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Manager A' KHirrfrl nWtf Fnttupxt at Hnm, rJ vM mili mnttrr v., iu Kfwi Devoted to tlie Interests of tlie M:oznta.in People n The Citizen DEUBA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, APRIL 10, 1913 Knowledge la power aid U way to keep up with modera knowledge is to read a food newspaper. Vol. XIV. Fivo contn copy. One Dollar a year. Mo. 41 New Crisis in Balkan Affairs Tlio Powers, who hnvo undertaken rla, arc released to do battle nlong to bring about peaco between Turkey tho Tchalga lines. Tho Montenegrnns, ordered by the and tho Ilalkan allies, arc meeting Powers to cease firing upon Scutarla, with dlfflcultleo. Inasmuch aa the continued their bombardment, where Turka refused Uio terms formerly upon their port has been oiocKaucu by tho allies end brok" o(f the by worships from Italy, Austria, Omit negotiations tho four llttlu slates, Ilrltaln and France. Ordered by the now, although agreeing to the media-tlo- n commandment of this fleet to cense of tho Towers, refuse to dis- firing, tho General In charge of the continue tho fighting until an ngreo-incn- t Investment defies all Europe, and la reached, and, Adrlanoplo hav- tho king "declares that Scutarla will ing fallen, nil Uio forces, except those bo his capital or ho will havo none. Will tho Powcra baek down? needed for tho Investment of Scuta- Pro-poe- HOW Thv. A DRUNKARD CURED HIMSELF American Muuttziiie him been ofTeriti prizes for tlio bent letterH on tlio subject "Overcoming Had HabitH." Tho following letter from n man who cured himself from drunkenness won second prizv. It is published iu tlio March number: "Seventeen jc.ir I hail the drlnV habit; eight, the drink habit had inc. I was "If during the last lx year of t tin t (purler-centurobcr once, I do not remember It D.ijr bv day, I ndded to the trength of my weaknes until the dlfente and ditearc It Imd In unstrung, broken, truth become brought me, nene-rackepalsied, to the verge of delirium and (Ungraceful death. "Then, when without bnindr and ever more brand, I could not lift food or drink to hit Hps I took the fug end of n nils- pent life that remained, ami made a man of it. "How? Not da by day, hour by hour, hi the habit grew; but initnnt by Inttant i with every Inotant a poignant agony of body and ninil. Moment by moment, I postponed the drinking of the brandy carried In my pocket, though eery moment of ihone lirt il;iy ai a tulfcrlng such .11 1 trust may never again fall to my lot. Kxery liber of my being, distressed, cre.tmed out, 'llrandy! Ilnindyi If cer you nerded It, you need It now!' Hut always my answer was, 'Not yet. In a second or two perhaps, but not yet.' " Many times during that first terrible day, and the scarcely less dreadful days that followed, I asked myself if I could live another hour a half hour tlfteen minutes without brandy. I did not know. A second? Perhaps. I was not sure. My heart fluttered; brat fast; beat slow; threatened to stop; and, seeral tiinrsrdld stop or so It seemed to me for more than a minute, while I grew cold and numb, and broke out In clammy sweat at every pdre. Time and again I felt myself on the ery threshold of death. Kleh and blood, I felt then, surely could endure no more, and life persist " At last, weakening, as I now marvel that I did not weaken sooner, I drew forth the llask that seemed to hold my only hope of life; opened it; with two hands, shakily raised It to my lips. "Then came the thought, ' If I must die of brandy, I can die without mure; if not, I can live without any.' And again I said, ' Not yet. In another moment, maybe; but not yet.' " That was six years ago. After the first month, I threw and hae tasted.no intoxicant since. awiy my flask method was based upon the " My thought that ail of life is measured out In fractions of a second; fraction that Is all the life we and that, for the brief present have, any torture is endurable. "Tile means of Instant gratification of the craving were kept d characat hand as, without such prnrision, the ter of the cure is lost and, that lost, nothing remains. Willi it, ami with h determination lo succeed, any man, I hclicte, can control and compter any habit. moment-bv-momesecond-tu-secon- Takes Up Husband's Work Mrs. Annn Trout Itolierts has as loyalty of tho entlro force, who made sumed tho editorship In chief of tho paper a success under her husband tho Lexington Leader, thus taking up her own success is assured. So far as tho pen of her husband, who died Tho Citizen knows, Mrs. Roberts Is Easter Sunday. tho only woman editor of a city dally. Tho Leader was founded and owned t The editor of the Lexington Herald, by Mr. Roberts, and It will soon tho chief competitor of tho Leader, Its twenty-fift- h anniversary. Mrs. In tho Issue of Apr. Cth, speaks very Roberts has been an active helpmeet flatteringly of Mrs. Roberta's quallfl- to her husband In his labors upon the ' cations, and welcomes her to the paper. Having the and ranks of newspaper men. cele-brato Berea's Spring Cleaning Following the custom of several freo ride on tho city wagons to the. previous years, tho Mayor and City city dump. And not only nro all citizens urged Tu?sday have set aside Council to rcmovo rubbish, but aro request-- j nnd Wednesday, April 15 and ICtli, ed to white-was- h fences and out-- I y and Free as General Clean-u- p buildings. days. Honorable mention and a bouqun Circulars have been Uued outlin aro offered for tho best kept yard ing the program for these days, and or garden during the summer. Again, The Citizen urges every one the ladles of the Priscllla and Clio Clubs, as usual, will see that they to JOIN THE FIGHT for cleanliness, health and beauty, and urges aro distributed In the homes of th town and maka a canvass In the In that tho campaign not only last for terest of a more beautiful and more tho two days designated, but that It bo kept up three hundred and Blxty-flv- o healthful Bcrea. days, five hours, fcrty-clgCitizens aro called uKn to have seconds during everything about their premlsjs that minutes and forty-si- x they do not nesd and their neighbors the) year. "It cost3 little to be clean. It may do not want collected In boxes and barrels at tho front gate, ready for a co3t much not to be." I Haul-Awaht Serious Charges Against Ambassador Wilson Tho second Vice President of the Mexican Houso of Deputies Is reportl)'1 ed to hnvo laid liefore the Stute partment at Washington chnrgea Wilgainst Ambassador Henry Mr. Wilson Is accused of being son. morally responsible for th aKsafslna-tlo- n of President Madero and Vice President Saurcx. a Tho Slato Department lRhued statement thnt no hucIi charges have been received, but a later announc-mon- t was niado that they had been received but not read. It Is not known what courso will bo taken by the Government. Tho wlfo of President Madero In New York, In a statement from that the charges, going lu- city. THE CITIZEN COMMEKDED On pagi 3, will bo found au article by Mr. J- W. VnnWInkle of Mt. Verand non appraising tho newspapers urging the reading of a better class of periodicals. It may be of interest to our readers to know thnt In his appraisement Tho Cltlien Is given flnit placo by tho writer. The article ohould bu read. I the to detail aa to her plena to American Ambassador for protection for her husband and his refusal, and "then her Insistence that he Bend a telegram In oodo to President Tuft which oho says ho promised to do, but as It apiK.r8 wttH not done. Tho ambacsadol lo accused of being In complicity with the Huerta coup and being virtually responsible for tho overthrow of the Madero 'Oovernment. Developments In the situation are awaited with great Interest. MeanMexico while, it Is reported from that Huerta Is willing and ready to drop tho reins of Government in favor of a new provisional president in facorder to satisfy tho opposing , tions. UNITED STATES NEWS IN OUR OWN STATE WORLD NEWS Other Powers Not In Sympathy uba's New President -- German King George Captured Buried To Greater Extremes. Air-Shi- MEASURE YOUR HARVEST NOW Next fall hp shall bu gatlierinK corn and fruit froui the fields which we uro tilling now. Wo shall not gather an j tiling except from the fields that are this spring grubbed, plowed and planted. There will bo some accidents from storms that wo cannot help; but on tho whole our harvest will depend on the plans we liiy mid the work we do right now. If you can't buy an acre Adjoining your farm, Plow deeply. u are now plowing by you can cultivate an extra 0110 under the acre Things that grow luve to have soil, and the going deep enough deeper the soil the bigger the crop. 1'lau crops abend so that the laud that tins been planted to corn for many years shall have n rtst from corn, ami produce cow peas or clover or some other crop. Use good seed. 1'lau now to select your best corn enrs next fall. Plan work ahead. Now for deep plowing and careful planting: a little later iix the fences so that crops shall not be destroyed by ptock. Let us get all tho good crops that God intends for us this seat-on- , Uncle Sam Extends Powei Majority One Conviction The Eleventh Wants a Plum Western Union Loses of Six To Recognize Chinese ReStanley's First Gun New College publicOnly One Lacking In EngHead Kentuckians Drowned at lish Prison Present in Nashville Dayton Two Judges for McCreary Tho in Middlesboro Drummed County By Way of Winchester. Out of Town Miss Roosevelt Married G. O. P. Commlng Back. UNCLE SAM EXTENDS POWER Recent official surveys in the canal zone have established the factth.it tho two Islands of Tortolloond Torto-Ut- a limit, aro within the three-mil- e and consequently In tho canal zone. Tho Islands are Important, owing to s. the fact that they have rich pearl tlsh-erle- TO PREVENT CANCER We call attention to an article on page 5, reviewing a recent bulletin Issued by tlio State Hoard of Health on tho prevention and curu of cancer. Tills article ought to be an uml wo commend It to every reader. er C OH Q U ER IN oTlU M NOT IN SYMPATHY Tho proposal of Secretary Hryan that tho other great powers Join with tho United States in rccognlilng the Chinese ltepuhllc on April 8th did t with general approval, some j not m of the nations preferring to withhold their recognition until they see further how matters go lu China. They think best to await the meeting and action of tho Chinese Assembly and tho election of a new president. NEW PRESIDENT I'Olt CUBA j Tho recently ehcted President of Cuba, is Mario Mcnocal, He will take j office, April 20th, and is opposed to ( ONE CONVICTION on trial In tho Winchester court accused of false swearing In the Callahan conspiracy trials, was convicted and given a sentence of from one to five years In the penitentiary by tho jury Saturday M. C. Smith, . Flood Subsides and Rehabilation Begins waters of the Ohio and Its greatly subsided tributaries have during tho past week and traffic has been rapidly .e3umed to and thru tho smitten districts, and everywhere thcro Is great cctlvlty on tho pan of authorities and Individual citizens in cleaning up, nnd removing debris and preparing for tlio reconstruction of tho devasted districts and vho rebuilding and repairing of homes. Tho And as a result of tho great havoc wrought, the question Is being discussed far and wide as to methods of prevention of such dis asters in tho future. Tho danger on the Mississippi is not pnsscd and will not bo for a week or so, but authorities aro on the look out for breaks In tho levees and !t Is hoped tho crisis will pass with much less damage from that source We havo long thought It jiosslble for a thinker In Uio last stages to get hold of himself and make a pian out of tho remants of himself. We ar glad to present, this week, In an editorial, u description taken from an article lu the American Magazine of such a successful struggle on the part of a man long addicted to drink. It was a hard struggle, of rourt-e- , but thcro was victory In the end, In fact victory from the first, And wo bellevo that the same methods, practiced by other drinkers, will have ii like result. BACK CIPRIANO CASTRO than last year. BREAKS ANOTHER TARIFF GRIND BEGINS Shortly nfter tho assembling of Congress in an extra session, M011 day, leaders Iu the House presented tho tariff measure which proves tho removal of all duty on many arti cles of food and clothing nnd reduction on all necessities. Meats, flour, bread, lumber, coal. harness, milk, cream, hogs, corn and printing paper aro all to be placed 011 the freo list, but those who are able to lnd'ilge In luxuries will have to Iiy nioro for them than heretofore. To mako up for tho deficit In revenuo which is estimated to bo nbout eighty millions, the party Is fortunate now in having at Its disposal a now method of taxation ow- PAGE POEMS Almost no feuturo of The Citizen has been inoro favorably commented s wu publish on upon than the eighth page, and It hardly teems our necessary to call attention to them or to n particular iioem, but the one In this issue J of such high quality that wa do not want any one to iiiIkh It. It la said to be President ikx-iii- T Pres. Wilson added another to the lung list of precedents ho has broken since, assuming office, Mar. 4th, In delivering his message to Congress from tho rostrum of tho House of Representatives, Tuesday, Instead of sending it and having It read by the clerk. Some objection to this Innovation was voiced among tho sudd members of the Senate, hut what at first promised to grnto harshly upon Senatorial dignity proved to be such u plens-a:- it acquiesced after ten minutes deliberation. There aro eleven other witnesses In tho recent trials indicted for and it is claimed by the prosecuMAJORITY OF SIX For some time after the November tion that the alleged "Alibi factory" election, it looked as If the U. S. in Breathitt will be broken up. It was owing to the readiness with Senate might be equally divided, ex- which the accused in the Callihan (Continunl on Vagt KlRht) trials could prove that they were somewhere elso on tho day of the SENATOR O'GORMAN killing that the jury failed to convict, and the court la commended for the step It took In postponing the trials until all perjury charges could bo cleared up. THE ELEVENTH WANTS A PLUM The Eleventh District is making a strong plea for one of tho plums to be handed out by the new ad ministration at Washington. Senator James seems to havo things In his 'hands, all Democratic Congressmen vanishing Into Insignificance, before his massive bulk, and so statistics have been presented to tho senator showing that the Eleventh District has been more loyal to Democracy, and has cast a larger vote In recent j years than tho Eighth, at the same (time, never having been recognized at. tho plo counter. It Is thcroforo asked that tho Danville collectorshlp bo given to an Eleventh District man. Senator O'Gorman of New York It proferably Ben Smith, recent candi-openopposed to submitting to arbl- aato fop Conercs3 on tho Democratic tratlon the matter of Panama canal . . , rates, declaring the case would be preperjury, ly Wilson's favorite. CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PAGE ONE judged. I Continued on page Phe Editorials. News of tho Week. I' AUK TWO. Editorials. Temperance. Snmliiy School Lessen. Story. PAGE! THREE NewHpapor. Tim Home mid 1'amily PAUK KOUK Loral Nowh Madison County News. Ai Five Cent Menl. This photograph of Qencral Caitro, former dictator of Venezuela, who hat been trying to enter the United 6Utes, was taken at Ellis Island, where he was detained. tho main policies of tho present administration. Putter government for Cuba la hoped under him. I GERMAN A1USH1P CAlTUItED A Herman dirigible balloon cross ed over tho French border last week and lauded In a military reservation. Great excitement followed but the balloon was ullowed to go after proof had been given that It hud only lost Its way iu tho fog and accidentally lauded oyer tho border, KINO GEOHUH IIU1UED King George of Greece, assassinated! u few weeks ago, was hurled at Athens last week amidst tho most ImiKjsIng ceremonies ever witnessed Contlmifd oil luge fie light PAGE KtVB on Cancer. .Sows. General Adu'rtlblng 'Milks. PAGE SIX Serial Story. PAGE SEVEN ItaM, Poultry. Vuluo of Good Heads, it&fnu Course lu Agriculture, PAGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky News. Markets. affair that tho carping critics and their voices were lost in pretty general applause of the ing to tho recent ratification of the of tho nncbnit custom, out of luconio tax amendment. And It Is use since tho time, of President John to tax nil Incomes over four Adams. thousand dollars. Tho entlro address of tho President Tho status of sugar In the bill is only consumed about fifteen minutes, giving some trouble ns there Is cerand would havo been nearly five tain to ho a split lu tho Democratic mltiiiten shorter save for tho Introduc- ranks. Senators and Representatives tion which explained his purpose In from the cano sugnr districts of Louiscoming beforo tho body. iana nnd tho states which have the Tho preface to tho message Is ns beet sugar Industry, havo announced follows' their opposition to freo sugar, and "I am very glad Indeed to have it is likely that nn ngreement will bo this opportunity to address tho two reached by which thero will bo u HouseB directly and to verify for mygradual reduction on the sugar schedself tho Impression that tho Presi- ule. dent of tho United States Is a person, In n statement of tho framers of not a mero department of tho govern- tho bill It Is snld that It has been ment hnlllng Congress from some Iso- tho purpose to reduce tho tariff to lated Island of Jealous iower, Bending a basis of legitimate competition. messages, not opeaklng naturally and with his own voice; that ho la a hugood habit is a true friend. man being trying to with . A Wo punish ourselves when wehato other human beings In a common service. other people. "After this pleasant experience tho God never falls to promote shall feel quite normal to all of our faithful worker. dealings with ono another." ul to 1 FERTILIZER Better and Cheaper Than Ever xI Equity, Globe or V. C. You can't afford to buy until you get prices, terms and analysis on one or all of the three best brands made, at CHRISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE MAN" BEREA, KY. J Page Two. THE CITIZEN Gamble with your wife If you mum Ramble, It kecp the money In tho family. Of coumo thoro aro germs In kisses and many a girl has caught a husband that way. Is Ono of the charms of baseball that If you cannot play you can qualify as an expert critic. April to, 1913. The Citizen a family Why the Fly Should be Swatted Twice on the Farm In Farm and Flrcsldo appeared recently tho following. "Wo are told to 'swaf tho fly. It'n not giving the fly his deserts. Wo should bo told to swat him twice, to bo sum he's dead and Uiat he remains dead. Wo don't treat him fairly as to titles. Wo call him only the typhoid fly, when his right nume Is typhoid, tuberculosis, cholera, dysmenentery, smallpox, cerebro-spln- al ingitis, contagious ophthalmia, diphtheria and other diseases fly. "He starts out alono at the beginning of tho season, and at the end his family Is increased to 7,000,000 grown-upHo rarrp.'s s. nrpar true anal (1 SUNDAY Lesson II. SCHOOL. for ill that It right, Interesting. rublUhnt every ThiirwUy at Hrf, Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO. corporntfii) J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rntos FAYAKUt IN ADVANCK Year . . All Month! Xhttt Monthi One I1.00 60 JS Fortunately thcro la no Halley's comet this year to steep misfortune In superstition. cent tump. they are Its best patrons. The dte after your name on label ahowa to nhat fdate yonr rulnKtlpKon la paM If it t not From all that can bo learned egg ehana-vrwithin three; weeka after renewal notify ua. rolling has made a greater hit nt the Mlaalna numbera will Ik iladly upplird If we White House than log rolling. are notified, liberal tertna (riven to any who obtain new aubacriptlona for ua. Any one aemllnc ua four yearly aubacriptlona can receive The Cillren free A CMTIC FROM MARS. lor himself for one year. Suppose Advettltlnir rate on application, MrMRICR And now tho Parcel Tost which was to havo put tho Express Companies of Kaprtaa Monty Send money bjr Order, Drift, Kfgiiitrnl Lrtttr. or one nd two out of business, Is kicking because as many as 5,000,000 bacteria on (ho outsldo of his body, and a good many on tho Insldo. "Ills blrthplaco Is tho exposed and outhouse, and were filth unknown upon the earth tho domestic fly would not and could not exist. "Ho visits tho unscreened stable and Is moro than attonUvo to tho tuberculous cow, and, tor a change, files out and rests and suns himself on the put In tho sun to drain, air and dry. This exposure of unscrwn-I'- d milk cans and palls to the fatal dseae-breodln- g flics is universal, and they, when so exposed, undergo contamination, nnd tho milk becomes man-ure-hemllk-utcnsl- ls Second Quarter, For April 13, 1913. TENDENCY TO SHORTEN LIFE Inauranc Companlta Testify to lief That Ua of Alcohol I to Longevity. All BeDan-gero- u cirvr"'' THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. 10-2- Teat of the Lesson, Qan. xxvllL Memory Verses, 2022 Oolden Taut, Qan. xxvlll, 15 Commentary pared by Hev. D. M. Stearna, Pre- Gatun Dam and Spillway or KKNTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION. THE EXTRA SESSION OF C0N6RESS special session of Congress the met, Monday, to reviso tariff downward will undoubtedly take up other Important matters before it adjourns. Tho country seems to be les3 affected commei'lally no 4 Industrially by tit ptosrrcts of a tariff reduction than formerly when threatened with a revision. This Is no doubt due to the fact that It Is beginning to be realized tliat every lmiortant industry In this country can live and flourUh without the slightest bit of ' tariff protection. The which . currency'reTorm As soon as tho Houso passes the to the Senate where, of course, such rapidity of action cannot be expected and It will probably take sixty days or more before tho Senate passes this bill. So during this time the House of Representatives will have to sit In Idleness If they do not take up other matters of legislation, and It Is quite certain that they will make material changes In our Currency Laws, which will render the Currency more elastic and more resi.ouslve to the needs of commerce and business. This subject has suffered Immeasure-abl- y from neglect by Congress and is not regulated by such modern meth- ods as prevail In Great Brltlan, Franc and Germany, whore panics have never . been known to occur in times of peace and they should never occur here. A small amount of statesmanship can make great Improvements In our present antiquated currency laws and It Is believed that this will be done j before tho special session adjourns. ELECTION OF Tariff Bill which will be done without delay the bill will then be sent or not at all. Our craze for entertainment: Tbe Mnrtlan would watch tbe stream of people as they crowd into the vaudeville and picture shows. Entering Into these and the other places of amusement, he would show us bow the spectacular things appeal to our loro of sensationalism. Listening to our complaints about the high cost of living, be would point to our clumsy methods of distribution, our middlemen's profit, our demands for quick delivery. Noting how our big factories utilize the byproducts and make fortunes out of waste, be would be amazed at the way our common people squander our substance. And our Impatience: Do would note our way of passing snap judgment We prejudge things. We become excited about trifles and overlook tho weightier Issues. Our changeable moods: This Martian critic would witness bow calmly we permit abuses by our political favorites; bow when we wake up to tbem there Is much excitement: bow when tbe abuses are partially corrected we go to sleep gain. Our reforms must go In wave 8uppose a friendly critic from the planet Mars should some day drop down on us? What would be say? I fancy he would criticise our extravagance and waste. Our singular cruelty: lie would wonder at our disposition to kick tbe man who Is down, our contempt for tbe man who falls. He would bo puzzled to understand bow a humanitarian age, boasting Its churches and schools, should be so disposed. Our standard of success: Very soon be would discover the fact that our standard of success Is the dollar. It would take blm a long time to figure out why we should lay tbe emphasis on property rights rather than human rights. Suppose Suppose this critic from another world should. In tbe very kindest and most sympathetic way, call our attention to these defects In our civilization. Would he be characterized as a brutal butter In? Just as I may be characterized for supposing such criticisms? LEGLESS BRIGGS. Myron L. Brlggs of southern Michigan farms a big farm "without a leg to stand on." Which Is literally true. About eleven years ago Mr. Brlggs. then a motonnnn on tbe Grand Rapids street railway, lost both his legs In an accident and was In tho hospital for fourteen months, part of the time hovering between life and death. When be recovered he bad enough money which he and his wife had saved to make a first payment on ninety acres of land. The street railway company paid tbe hospital expenses, but nothlug more. It may appear strange that this badly crippled man should have cbosen farming as a business, but be was reared on a farm and enjoys the work. ne nnd his wife are great workers and scientific farmers. They study and practice tbe latest principles of agriculture. They take and study the leading farm Journals. Tbls legless man now has tbe best farm In bis neighborhood, equipped with good bulldlugs. silo and modern machinery. How does be do it? lie Is very strong and healthy, and lis arms are as brawny as a black' imltb's. and his grip I like a vise. He "walks" on his hnnds, swinging his body between hln arms aud taking fairly good strides. lie rides In the seats of ht farm machinery without tying himself In. and It Is wonderful how he Is able to maintain bis equilibrium on uneven SENATORS BY VOTE POPULAR Last week Pennsylvania ratified the amendment to the Constitution of election providing for the United States Senators by direct vote of the peoplo instead of thru legislatures as heretofore. With tho ratification of one more stato tho total number that have ratified will be thirty-si- x thus legally amending tho constitution. Not a single state has rejected this amendment showing how heartily the people are In favor of this change In the method of choosing our Senators, Something Is evidently wrong when Democrats decline good Jobs with a . . large salary attached. in New York continues to lead prosperity. A commission now finds that Sing Sing will have to be en- larged. "Make the men good and the girl will be," says a witness before th Chicago vlco commission. Of course, fcr vice versa. When It comeB to the brewing the South and Central business, American Republics have Milwaukee beaten to a frazzle. Only they brew mostly trouble. wero Among the chief criminals thoso who In tho flood district raised the price of food to tho poor suffer- i , j , ' , , ers. Another moral of the floods Is that dams muct bo watertight and flood proof. surfaces. And above all In bis work be is as happy as a lark. Mr. Drlggs can put tbe harness on his borses, hitch them up to a sulky plow or a Belf binder, go to tbe fields alone and work all day, whistling and singing at his task. 000 years In a strange land, After And. mlud you tho Turks ought to bo glad to get When be got out of tbe hospital tbe only hope held out to him was to go back homo in Asia. on tbe streets and sell shoe strlug Plum trees are in full bloom and and lead pencils. soon the pluma will bo falling tu You, farmer, with two good legs-Ch- eer up! Washington. Be an optimist like Hrlggs. If half Only 131,603 persons have applied a man like Brlggs can whistle and for tho 10,384 Jobs in the gift of tbe sing at hi work, you abould be able new administration. The 120,000 that to about for Joy at your. Brlggs baa a flQe farm, but, more cannot be accommodated will be able to work off their enthusiasm later wonderful than his successful accomplishments. Is tbe legless man behind by taking examinations for the classithe farm. fied service. was tho name of Lot's father, In Ur trnforo Abrnm waa It was also the name called out. of tbe place where Abrnm tarried until Teruh. his fatlwr. died (chapIt was from thence ter xl, ' all rame to I tbe wlfu of Isaac. ly to grow. It would bnvc heeu a long Journey for Berkshire Life No. Drink datrue-tlv- Jacob from lteentheba to Bethel In one to health. day (ttetweeii forty aud fifty mllesi. ao Fidelity Mutual Llfo association; It waa pcrbapi III second night out No. Less vitality and recuperative on which be bad this remarkable expowers. perience. That matters not. however. Hartford Life: No. Moderate use It wai tbe (I renin or vlilou that countlays foundation for disease. ed rather tbnn the time when. Massachusetts Mutual Life: No. That one who had acted as Jacob Drink causes organlo changes y bad should hnve such n revelation expectation of life nearly from the Lord Is the wonderful part of the traiitiirtlon. There are. howMichigan Mutual: No. Drink ever, two very prominent facta In all to health and longevity. tbe Scripture which continually atMutual Life: No tract our attention. One Is the exNaw York Ufa- No. ceeding sinfulness of limn, with bis Pacific Mutual Life: No. Predis- deceitful and desperately wicked heart, poses to dlseaao. and the other li the exceeding rlcbea Provident Savings Life Assurance of tho gracr nnd loro of God. exsociety No. Drink cuta abort life It does not matter as to the kind of pectation. ladder, whether steps of atone or some Security Mutual Lift: No. Drink other kind. But tbe great fact Is that Photo by American Prat Association. ahortens llfo. Jacob snw a way of accesi from earth Union Central Life: No. .Use tends to heaven, nngcls ascending and dedam at the Gatun spillway on tbe Panama canst U said to be on scending, and bo heard Jehovah from the greatest engineering feats of the present day. Tbe tremendous to shorten life. United States. No. Use affecta the top of the ladder talking to blm of It may be readily appreciated when It la known that it heart, stomach, liver and kidneys moat grncloiixly and In such words as holds back tha water of tbe artificial Gatun lake, which la eighty-fivno mortal could expect or by any feet above sea level. The amount of cement used In the Gatun dam la aald VITAL QUESTION OF REVENUE means deserve. to be even greater than that used In the conatructlon of the mammoth IrritaItecauov of Jacob's unwnrtbliiess and tion dams In the arid parts of the United States. This dam la of crescent From tbo wondrom grnco of God notwltb-atandlnhape. It Is surmounted by thirteen large pier and two big abutments. There Cost to National Government oven have ventured to apire fourteen opening, which may be opened or closed tndpndntly of each I Saloon Evil la Comparatively Light propriate and havo proved In world; Income Is Immense- ther by valve gate. wide Journeying the comfort of The moat dangerous phase of tbe verse lf. The Ia.u. ..ho stood above the ladjjThero was a million different sounds revenue question Is the national one. mixed up In It! My, It was awful!" Tho cost to the national treasury from der and apoke. the words of love and "A woman's club meeting out the aaloon evil In comparatively light, grace, no doubt refern-- to that night and the revenue derived I a very and that event when ho said to A DARK, FOGGY NIGHT there?" "Verily, verily. I any unto "It wag a woman's ship. I was tho large aum. The reports of the comonly man on It. How I ever lived missioners of Internal revenue. Issued you. Hereafter ye ahull see heaven open and the angels of God axcendlng through It Is more than I know! One August. 1910, show receipts of By J. N. PHILLIPS. This Immense revenue and denceudlng upon the Hon of Man" of tho women mnrrlod me, and all tho rest were Jealous and there was a lot paralyzes the moral nerve of the au- (John I, 51), Some day when the New and little Jerusalem shall hare taken lta place of trouble. I offered to walk tho thorities at Washington, "Won't you tell us a sailor's yarnf plank and I tried to Jump overboard, help In controlling the evil can be ex- over tbo enrth and the elect church asked the new boarder of the bos'n. glorified nnd the elect Israel all rightThe bos'n took a big drink of water but all the women started to cry ev pected from that quarter until the eous and the holy angela ahull all ba work In the various atatea Is far ad" ery time I mentioned such a thing. and began: "When I was a plnit In adIn perfect accord with the 'They mado me let my hair grow vanced. "A pirate!" gasped Ihe new boardor the kingdom long, and curled It and tied pink rib- I Government officials and tho public ministering tho affairs er. we may think of and understand this In it. I had to walk polite and generally will some time ba convinced "Yes, I used to be a plrut. It isn't bons vision moro fully. Menntlmo let us talk polite. I can't tell you how I that It is a short sighted economy, think of Him who It "the wny. the generally known, but I was. I sailed very poor financiering, to foster an Insuffered!" I tho Sorry Sue as a plrut" truth, tbo life." who locatne man for I'm glad thore's something you dustry which makes ao many people ua. Tbe ladder waa set up on the "How did you come to give It up!" In the degen-- I rcaulta where you from It "That's Just what I was getting can't telL" said the now boarder. eratlon of whole families, and throws earth. You Htnrts Htep onJust If you will, It may are. ready to tell you how I come to give an army of Incapablea upon the state It must lx with both feet clean off up plrutln'. We had been llvtn' high Dog Detectives. and upon "charity." Imagine this na- but for seven months on the gold which The latest from Mole street, Wich- tion free from drunkarda, and with the earth, artunlly In Christ. It reaches heaven; It Is not too short we'd taken out of a church at Juana-pataita: the criminal and pauper population reTo mount day by day we must look Bird dogs have been leased for the duced to when we sacked the town there. of lta present show We hadn't done any plrutln' nor season by the Santa Ke, Flock Island ing how many more people there up steadfastly and see Him who Is flgbtln' for so long that we was get. and Frisco railroads to be used In would be earning regular Incomes and In heaven for us. Run with patience, tin' pretty rusty. Somo of us had Kansas and Oklahoma In detecting paying legitimate taxes! Facta per- looking unto Jesus. TI10 angels will forgotten bow to plrut In the scien- quail amugglers. Shipping quail from taining to thla side of the question be alwnyH ministering (Heb. ill. 1, 2: tific way. We was good Individual one state to another Is prohibited by are piling up in prohibition atatea. 1, 14). Notice tho four "imholds" of plruts, but we didn't have good tam law. Sportsmen forget this law and counties and towns, and are doing verses 12, 13. 10. Between tbe time after a season's shooting either In I much toward answering the revenue of Jacob's leaving borne and this work. night's experience It looks as If the "I set the boya on edgo by giving western Kansas or In Oklahoma bring J argument of the working somo true them a good roast In'. You see, I was back suitcases and boxes flllod with For obvioua reaaons thla argument la Spirit bad In Jacob' heart, and tbls penitence I not the head plrut I told them they birds. so conaplcuoua where the terrl-- I and message was As a rulo trainmen are unable to tory covered by prohibition la local: special revelation were a bunch of tlddlewlnkers and wo turn homeof It players. I got them so excit- detect a suitcase filled with quail. I and the mora local the proposed law the result Father When runs to meet tennis always Dogs are sent through the coaches at I the leaa opposition from tha fiscal ward tho ed that they were greedy to tackle a us, according to Luko xv, 'JO. fleet of warships If necessary, Just to frequent intervals In the quail Rea- suuiapoim. I Such overwhelming graco made Jason and permitted to sniff baggage. show me they were game. I figured cob feel somewhat as Simon Peter did A Dutchman's Logic If there Is a dead quail thereabouts out that they would scuttle the next A temperance meeting waa being when the Ixml filled tbo ships with the dog detective points. The owner ship In good shape. "Depart must show what his suitcase contains. held In a mlaston hall, and aeveral ashes and Peter said. man, O from "We didn't have long to wait for a Lord!" Sometimes the dogs get anxious and speakers had dealt with the evils of me, for I am a sinful ship to scuttle. It was a dark, fog- get a point on a cold rememfried chicken, alcohol and the benefits of sobriety (Luke v, 8.) Wo do well to us and gy night. The boys were asleep down but no harm Is dono. They never let Among tho gentlemen on the platform ber that tho Lord Is ever with be to below. I was ablo to lash our ship any was a genial Dutchman, who that every place with Him may by. alongside the other craft that we why contraband quail getpay That's there aaked to apeak, and after aome us tho Iiouhu of God and the gate of railroad companies out sev- waa were to scuttle without anybody else eral hundred dollars In dog detective habitation he did so In the following heaven. knowing anything about It. Tbo pillow becoming au anointed manner: "I shall tell you how dot vaa, hills. Kansas City Journal. believers are "When I got the ships lashed toI put mine hand on my head, and pillar and tbo fact that II, D) suggest that gether good and tight I went below there waa one big pain. Then I put called stones (I Pet. Trouble With Corruption, upon tho earth and roused the boys. Wo climbed mine band In my pocket, and there Instead of being prone "The trouble about political cor- wo aboard our prize and opened the door nothing. Now there lah no more we may become upright anointed livthat led down Into the cabin of tbo ruption la that It Is never open, and pain In my head. Tbe palna In mine ing stones to tho glory of God. straightforward," said Frank J, Ulce,, Jacob's vow In verses 20 to 22 may hip. body la all gone away. I put mine mayor of New Haven. good. If bo Is bar"I had no moro'n opened the door the reform In mine pockets, and there lah be good or not so "Political corruption Is circuitous, hand gaining with God after all the grathan the doggondest nolsn I ever Indefinite; you can't put your finger I ahall stay wit the tempert0. So cious iiHsurnnces, as our authorized verheard came out of these! The boys on ance." it sion would Hcem to Indicate, then his pale and shivered. I tried to turned I my vote "'No, language und his spirit wero poor Inhut the door till their wits came nobody,' sir,mannever sold to me. to Time to Think. onco said a deed. But If bo said, "Since, on seeing back, but wasn't quick enough. Every have been mad striving to that, God will Ih) with mo" (verso 20), "Lawa "'But, Oeorge,' said I, 'I saw tbe one of the boys made a break for give you G only two keep men sober on election day, but his words are I letter. Ho bus been conrival our own ship and when they saw day candidate election.' f what we want Is to keep tbe citizenbefore tho sidered by somo a very menu man, but that we were lashod tight to that dia"'Yes,' said George, 'I don't vote, ship of America sober every day In bolical craft so we couldn't got though. He Just gave It to mo for ths year, so that they will have had If any who read these words do not give tho Urd ut least a tenth of their Inaway, they ran and Jumped Into the notbln'. And whon a man comes along full time to know what liberty meana, come uro they not meaner than Jacob? ea! and gives you 15 for nothln', why, It' to know what the welfare of America No further Incident of his Journey 1 "It was a terrible sound that had no more than common decency to vote meana." Archbishop Ireland. but he certainly bad j mentioned, frightened tbem. I was something of for him for nothln' In return.' " enough to think about und to coma society man and I had heard the Peril, Loa and Inefficiency. fort and sustain him for years to come same nolao before, and wasn't aa Science and bitter experience are In that vision. Ho reached his destifrightened aa the other. Btlll, It may be, says teaching that the use of spirit I de- nation, met bis cousin. Whatovor tho weather Jtucbel. at tbe made my blood run cold, all right structive to the efficiency and health-fulnea- well, helped her to water her father's he, was nothing to do. All my nut there of all who use It. In the busi- sheep, for she kept them, and waa Whatever the weather may be men had drowned themselves, and If I to heartily welcomed to world home. tho songs yu sing and tho ness alcohol, the great struggle I had had any lenae I would have keep and alcohollo brain out He loved Rachel, agreed to serve yo wear smiles done the aame. They found rest In responsible position, for tbe selfish even years for her that she might beof the bosom of the peaceful ocean, That's a makln' the sun shlno every- - reason that It mean peril, loaa and In- come bis wife, nnd ther seemed unto " while I whoro, Riley. efficiency. Journal of Inebriety, ! hi 111 but a few days for tbe love be "Dut what was that nolaar asked ,. aad to her (xxlx. 0 20). the new boarder. Somewhat Difficult In Hon. ill. 12. we find tbls sflrte-ken- t: tonguo Is per"Lady," said tha bos'n, was It 1 Juit about aa eaay to buy reHe who governs bis "Jacob Ued Into the country of woman' club going on. It was a fectly able to control all his passions. finement a It I to grasp a aunbeam. Byrla, aud Israel served for a wife, WffianXjiotjBf, SPitt full. mOJ '.Chicago Record-Herald- . Channlng. ind fur a wife be kept abeep." II run 11 ft IP n- Insurance companlea have long recognized tho fact that even the moderate uie of alcohol ahortena life This la evidenced by the answers mailt to a question sent out to various companies by a New York paper. The question read aa follows: As a rule, other thing being equal, do you consider the habitual user of Intoxicating boveragea na good an Insurance risk as the total abitulner? If not, why not? The replies were: Aetna Llfo: No. Drink diseases the system. Hankers' Life- No. For habit la like- Isaac, lis ring Indorsed the going away of Jncub, blessed him again, and thla time truly, ami sent hi in away to hi mother'H peoplo that be might find a wife among the daughters of taban, Ho Jacob went bta mother's brother. out from lleersbcba. where Isaac seems to have continued to livo since the record In chapter xxvl, 3'J. 33, and went townnl llnrau. and he died fejjgSiiafeS''-.- M"C3Waaial5 two-third- s. a - THE e g 1 d Inl I n I one-tent- h In-e- - a Ts It THE CITIZEN. Page Three. FIVE CENT MEAL THE HOME AND THE FAMILY NEWSPAPER dm! '0 schools. While tho secular newspaper holds an Important pln';o In the family, the ATTENDANCE 100 PER CENT. Christian weekly has a more Import ant place. It Is truu that we do not devoto the tlmo and attention to a Colored High School of Owontbore religious paper that we do to our dalAmong the First to Offtr Full Four lies, yet, when wo do turn our attenYoar Inilrucilon In Household AH. tion to them, It Is like separating tho Kvory Girl Pupil and Sovtral Boy chaff from tho wheat. Wo have the Now Enrolled. clean wheat left, and thru the winnow s ing process, tho chaff of Impure, Threo year ago, when Tory few nnd social filth nro the more efhigh school In Kentucky were offering a cotirxA In ilorneMtc science, tlio fectively eradicated from our individColored IIIkIi school nt Owpnalioro ual life. Tho press of the present day, as made n The ttonrd of there nt that time, llko many In the past Is tho exponent of popothers In the Mate, was hnmperetl by ular thought, contradictory often, lack .of fniiilH. The Itonnl bIko had coming, as It does, from various view before It the experience of other points and iktsoiis of different deschool where the expense account of grees of Information, yet as a whole, the doiucMIc Hrlence courito hnd proved qnlto n Imnlen. It wn n difficult It expresses the combined wisdom and protiletn. hut the fnculty of the high Intelligence of the various communischool felt that the work could lie put ties which couiK)Bo any particular pen a ImnU thiit would mnko It constituency, oelf fHiBliilnliiK'. Whllo not personally or pnuinlarlly Todny (he Colored High school of Interested In any newspaper, I want OweiixlMini linn n four year course In to point out sKcltlcnlly some of the tomextlf oolence and will grndunte excellencies of The Cltlien as a weekeven Klrl that hare taken tlilx full (ourae. IlurliiK theoc four years only ly. First, It represents a school of three girl have failed to take the course, and this year 100 wt cent of thought, not wholly new, to the lieo-pl- u It reaches, yet ever seeking to the Klrl In the high school take domestic lleildes these girls. wcuro and publish that and that only, It nitght he well to add that there are which may bo conducive to the best eight l.vs enrolled In the classes, so interests of all sections. Nothing will that the llgiires should really read bo found In It nt any time not in 100 per cent plus. harmony with this thought. A tlve cent dinner and lunch counter Second, lleing In some resK-ctthe by the domestic sclenro debandied partment hnre mnde this splendid official organ of one of the foremost work M)HNllile. The cost of material Institutions of learning In the State, In tmth rooking and sewing classes It has advantages In editorial manageha lx'n met each year by the Inmrd ment and In press facilities found no. of education paying a deficit of about where cIkd outside the plants of S a month. dally ncwspaisTs. A glance each The preparation of this Ave cent din- week at the "Contents of this Issue" would seem to 1m a drflnltu loss In ner will convince tho nverngo reader that some of the technical training, but It appears otherwise when one visits the In It will be found a "Hill of Fare," unusual and superior to that of any chool. It apears to ln of absolute value In other County weekly. Third, It is clean and wholesome n the general training, as the girls are used In small relays, so that each girl every department. hi the' school comes fo"ttil" special While politically It may not work oner a week. The class book, t'o the views of some of Its 'ii la carWuliy kept, shows exactly wnli readers It- - Is nonetheless dean and the work the pupil baa done each time wholceome and In no wise calculated he Vias been on duty for a dinner and to vltlato the best regulated iolltIcal luncheon. If she has made biscuit and after- taste. My purpose. Is chiefly to suggest, ward cleaned the stove this week the next she will probably prepare a salad even urge, the Importance nnd value in the of a good family newspaper, and clean the refrigerator, clean and puro In sentiment and discreet In Its utterances. I do not claim that the religious weekly Is absolutely Indlspenslble, yet If tho cholco falU to the rejection of ono or tho other, the religious weekly should ho retained. What has been said of reading in general will, 1 hope, prove to lx- - of uso to tho readers of The Cltlren. And I plead with teachers to put all tho energy and patience they lossess In teaching pupils to read In Its truest a mr. riorr ur.u Bonse. Fnllure in this Bpells failure all rutin1 of the school year she will hav along the line. coverrd a certain "dellnlte amount of J. W. VanWInkle. practical housekeeping work. There Mt. Vornon, Ky., Mar. 28, 1U13. Is the added value that she has prepared this food In iimutltlrM sufflclent Keep thy tongue from, evil, and for an ordinary family, and not In thy Hps from speaking guile. 34th I's. poll-ticedit-ratio- n t s con-lorm )' It la doubtful whether the mnaa of SOLVED PROBLEM parents or teachers fully recognize tho power of tho family newspaper In tho formation of character, or tho of knowloJgo obtainable thru It Hilpid Reduce Expmses of Its' columns. Those who rend, as a to rule, nro more largely Indebted this soiirco of knowledge than to the Domestic Science Course. Woman Ought to Do What Men Have SIX 1st Door '.eL'; FOR ASPIRING JKORS YOUNG PEOPLE monoj-earnlnjf Berea's Vocational Schools power, combined with Training that adds to your genoral education, ' 1 FOR VOUNO MBN Agriculture, Carpentry Printing, Commercial. FOR YOUNG LADIES HomoScicnce, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nun-In- Stenography and Typewriting, Failed to Do By Dr. FELIX ADLER. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education tor thoso not tar advanced, combined with ome vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, w can put you with others llko yourself and give chance for moet rapid progress, 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course Educator tlic callings nnd professions womnn ought to do what men What is man's fnilurol liavo failed to do. It is ono sidcdncfs. The men who arc engnged in wealth getting what arc they working for? How arc they working? Thoy nro working ns if their ONLY INTEREST IX LIFE WAS TO GATHER MONEY. If men aro pursuing art it is art for art's sako and not for the sake of tho social vnluo of art. This is ONE SIDED-NESScience is pursued today ns if it were tho ONLY INTER- For thuM who are not expecting to tenth and wUo are not going through College, but desire more general education. This is Just tho thing for those pro paring for medical studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives tho best general educatlou for those who wish a good start In study and expect 10 carry It on by themselves. IN 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best tralnln g for those who expect to teach. Courses arc so arranged that young people can teacll through the summer and fall and attend school through the wlnttr and spring, thus earning money to keep right on In their course of study. Read DlDEinorc'o great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door 6th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College and provides This Is tho straight road EST IX LIFE. Mere mnn hns not succeeded in reconciling the truth of science and religion, hut there will never bo a reconciliation until a mind is found to show the truth common to them and which both share. WOMAN HAS ALWAYS KEEN A JIAKMOXJF YING INFLUENCE. Woman has nlwnys stood for the unity force, nnd porhnps the will effect the reconciliation between science nnd religion. FIELD TODAY THE GREATEST LACK IN THE INTELLECTUAL SCIENCE FOR THE 8AKE IS THE "EACH FOR HIMSELF" ATTITUDE OF SCIENCE, ART FOR ART, LAW FOR LAW, ETC. THI8 DIFFERENTIATION IS THE BREEDER OF DISCORD. to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and nil preparatory subjects. The Academy Ic now Bcrca's largest department. standard This Is tho crown of the whole Institution, courses in all advanced subjects. Questions Answered BEREA, FIHEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with :u affiliated schorls, Is not a money-makin- g Institution. It 'requires certain fees, but It expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of Its 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 be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings, and many assist In work of boarding boll, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and petti ns pay according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expen-se- t. Write to the Secretary before coming; to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with dtfftcent people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate la the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, ,warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas kci overshoe ar aeoatrry. THB STORE furnishes books, toilet -- article, work uniforms, x " '3 umbrellas and other nccetaary articles at cost. really below cost Tin College asks' BoVat LIVINO EXPENSES are for the fine buildings in which students live, charging .only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and "ashing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, in the fall, In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedand ding, 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 )s returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hosnltal, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; In Academy and Normal I COO ana $7.00 in Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental tee and room rent by. the term, board by the half term. Installments ure as follows: fl-6- Motherhood must become a vocation. Motherhood must become INT ELLECTU A LI ZED. Love is to be intcllectunlizcd. Lovo is not to bo blind, as it hns been. Woman's great desiro is to work for tho best of her offspring. Is it not enough to desire that, but to KNOW WHAT IT IS? So motherhood must become scientific. It must have a knowledge of the mcntnl life of the baby, of the character of the child. Even after the child has gone to school the mother MUST BE PART OF THE STAFF OF THE SCHOOL. Civic Reform Gained Only Through Perseverance By Rabbi STEPHEN S. WISE of New York civic patriotism is to become a civic religion the pitfalls of religion must AVOID THE DANGER OF SCAPEGOAT-ISM- . Let us not make a scapegoat of some single political force or organization nnd thus try to explain away civio inefficiency nnd civic unrighteousness. Such an orgnnization as Tammany Hall is supported not only by tho active suffrago nt all times of a very large minority of Now York's citizenship, but, above nil, is mnde possible by tho INDIFFERENCE . IF i AND LETHARGY OF THE MULTITUDES WHO DO NOT CARE nnd, moreover, by tho inefficiency nnd incompetency of many of thoso who set forth to lend tho forces to reform. BE A WINTER TERM VOCATIONAL AMU SCHOOLS FOUNDATION ACADEMY AND NORMAL It might he urged that a high school school, and that not n our schools are not preparing girls for lunch room service. This Is all true, but the greatest Indictment brought gainst our schools today Is that they do not give our hoys and girls a grip The on live, real, everyday things. work In this school seems to give Ibis and at the same time helps to sustain Itself w hile giving all the pupils something that W wholesome to eat at a remarkably low price. There are high schools all over the country that cannot afford domestic science. There are many others where the girls are doing laboratory domestic science, and a large percentage of the pupils go to the corner grocery or a for their noou cheap confectionery luncheon. The value aa well as the economy of serving the children with an appetizmeal, Nclentlllcally ing. Inexpensive prepared. Is obvious. Their health Is conserved and a practical coiirsu In domestic science Is made possible. Is It not possible to gain both things t the same, time by a carefully prepared course of study? It certainly Is worth thinking about, for people everywhere are looking to the school for more real every day efficiency. I iiunntltle. MATTER OF CONTINUOUS AND CIVIC REFORM MU8T BE IS NOT TO CIVIC RIGHTEOUSNESS CEA8ELES8 STRIVING. ACHIEVED BY SPASMS, COVERING A FORTNIGHT BEFORE ELEC"There Is nothing that costs so TION OR BY PAROXYI8M8 OF CIVIC WRATH, WHICH 8UB8IDE IMllttlo and goes so far as courtesy. MEDIATELY AFTER ELECTION. Incidental Fee Room Board .. 6 weeks . .. .. .. . I 6.00 6.00 9.00 I 6.00 7.20 9.00 COLLEGE 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 132.20 BICKNELL fe HARRIS, Real Estate Agents BEREA, KENTUCKY A FEW OF THE BARGAINS WE ARE OFFERING Number Amount due January 1, 1913 .. .. Board for 6 weeks, due Feb. 12, Total for term If paid in advance . $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 SPRING $28.50 TERM $ 6.00 $30.70 $ 6.00 6.00 6.76 17.75 6.76 24.60 $31.70 $ 7.00 COO Incidental Fee Room Board 5 i. , Street, Ik-rea- Five, room residence on Jackson Ky, Has bnth nnd water in house. This is a real nice nnd convenient home on one of the best streets in town, has concrete walk in front, also concrete walk in rear to barn. This property would be cheap at 2,ooo but we mean to sell it. Give us nn offer. ber. Snndy loam, clenr of stones nnd lays rolling. Thirty acres in grass, forty in wheat, sixty acres fresh cleared, has been cultivated only two years. Four room tenement house with barns, one new framed, nine room resident building, ceiled and papered. This farm will cost you $20.00 per acre. Number 7. weeks 26, 1913 4.00 6.75 6.76 18.75 6.75 25.50 Amount due March ., .. Board 6 weeks due Apr. 30, 1913 . 16.75 6.76 22.50 Tout for tens If paid In advance $22.00 $24.00 S26,00 Don't A rut In the road Is bad enough, but a rut In. your life work Is Infinitely worse. 'Ret out of the nit and come April no, May 1, 2 and to annual meeting 8, to the of the Kentucky Educutlonal associaforty-secon- Gt Into Rut. It'll do you good to meet new faces and see some of the old onea again. If II do you Isgood to see and know that thoroughly alive educaKentucky tionally. It'll do you good to sec over ' r0 peoplo together who arc Interested In education. If If tion. you nvr thr,you'd ought vr thtro. to go. go. want to We also have residence property and building lots in the beautiful College town, Number a. One large two story concrete store Herea, Ky., for sale on reasonable terms and house in the best business part of Herea, almost prices. new, cost over 2500. Owner says it must sell ns Number 8. Blue grass farm, in Clark Co., thirlie is making a change in business. Now you, Mr. Man, who have been looking (or n chance to teen miles south of Lexington, containing 107 own one of the best business places in Ky. strike acres, well fenced, lays almost in a square, pike running thru farm. Residence nnd all neccssnry while the iron is hot, this fine building only i8oobuildings in good repair, nnd ns good blue grass Number 3. Almost new, two story seven room land as there is in Clark Co. This farm can be house on lioone St., near Chestnut St., on the hill. had now for $100.00 per acre. This is a great Good garden nnd barn, some fruit nnd n large cisbargain. Write to us at once. tern. This is one of the most desirable homes in Number 9. We have some very fine boundaries Herea. Can be bought for 2100 qn good terms. of white oak, chestnut oak, poplar nnd other kinds Number 4. Nearly two acres of hind, good four of timber for sale. If interested write us. room cottage nnd barn on Chestnut St., just out Number 10. The.best farm anywhere near Herea. side of city limits. No Town Tax to pay. A Just outside of corporation, contnining 100 acres, great bargain nt $1350. all newly fenced, and in four fields, water in inch Number 5. One two story frame business house field. All kinds of fruit, best farm house in the on Main Street, Russell Spriugs, Russell Co,,Ky. country, good barn and out buildings. This farm Worth J1.400.oo. Good terms. can now be had for $ 135.00 per acre. Number 6. Farm laying two nnd one half miles If you are in the market for anything in our line, from Russell Springs, Russell Co., Ky., containing write us what you want, and we will try to please you. 450 acres, 300 cleared and under fence, rest in tim - This does not Include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry, Special Expenses Business. W'inltr String rail Total Stenography and Typewriting .. ..$14.00 $12.00 $10.00 $36.00 12.00 10.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .. .. 14.00 36.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 6.00 5.00 18.00 Business course studies for students in other departments: 9.00 27.00 Stenography 10.50 7.50 Typewriting, with one hour's use 6.00 7.00 18.00 6.00 . of instrument Oosb, Law, Com. Oeog., Com. I.IC 1.60 1.80 Arlth., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 In no case wli; special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man "or young woman can get an education at d Any Berea It there Is the will to do so. It Is a great advantage to continue during wlntor and spring and have a full year of coptlnuous study. Many young people waste time In the public schools going over and over the same things, when they might be ImprovU6t ing much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies sons of the best young men and women from other counties ud states, Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are above 16 years old, in good health, and of good character. This may ba signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Spring Torm opened Wednesday, March 26th. HURRY, For InformaUoa or friendly advice write to the SxreUry, able-bodie- D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Page Four. 1'HK CITIZEN. April, io, 1913. amuo efcwnfllls and 2ioaoaoaooooooooo9oooaoaooooooooo Meanwhlln some of our olectrlo pioneers havo quletty gnno ahewd At tho Invitation of tho Madison White Hi I), Monday, Apr. 7th. and havo already been using sawdust Red House, Tuesday, Apr. 8th. Fiscal Court the State Board of a for years as ono of the Ingredients for Union City, Wednesday, Apr. 6th Health has arranged to conduct a making that exceedingly hard grinding a T ll . I . ,1 tVn nn.l Pnllnm NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A ' matorlal carborundum, hookworm campaign In the county, i"' April 10th a VARIETY OF SOURCES To produce this a heavy current U i L. II. Shirley will bo In chargo of the Speedwell, Frl.lwy. April 11th. a passed through a com of roko surdispensaries. Dr. Shirley will uo in Richmond, Saturday, April 12th. rounded by n mixture- of carbon, sand, the County Court room at Richmond Kingston, Moi hy, April 14th. salt and sawdust. Which again goea 16 per cent fertilizer Is known by every Saturday In April to give free Dreyfm, T.test!n, April lBth. TOWN NEEDS NO APOLOGY to show that marvelous results can tin everybody. Sold at Welch's, (ad) obtained from the most commonplacn Klrksvlll WVrimaday, Apr. 16th. examination and free treatment, and Miss Lllllo A. Moore of Gray Ilnwk, Ingredient when the mnglo of tho Nowby, Thursday, April 17th. Small Town Oftan Belittled, Out It It his itinerary for the County Is as was In Berea, Sunday. electric current Is available, Popular Valley View. Friday, April 18th. Mean There Only Where Fullest Mechanics, CITY I'llONK IAS Mrs. V. B. Bowers, accompanied by fotlows: Infl of Life May De Found. Richmond. Sr.turday, .April 19th. Sc. Trast Co. of Elk Park, N. C, who lier husband Office over Berea Bank Is visiting in Berea for a few days She Knew. There havo been too many apoloA number of Academy studi'iits G0LLE6E ITEMS Tho library and household effects of was in Cincinnati on business the had a very pleasant dinner on the gies offered for the small town the DAN H. BRECK community which Is not no largo but a man who had once entertained la a Mr. Abnor Stllwoll, a former Berea banks of Silver Creek, Monday. first of the week. They will leave that all of Us people know each other. lavish way went sold at public aucFire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock Berea for their heme the last of College, student, Is located In Chlrago Such places havo been belittled and tion, and among tho persons who tho week. law office of Locsch, Scofleid iu tho INSURANCE ridiculed, but certainly always by went to the salo wero many who hail KINGSTON NEWS No other concern dares to give n and Loesch. Ho Is nlso a student In those, who cannot appreciate the tru enjoyed tho fallen family's hospltntlty. Will sign your bond. n Chicago night school ot law. guarantee llko Welch's, Why? est, sweetest and fullest meaning of r cups was When a set of '.Richmond, Ky. ' Phone 505 Miss Leslie Ileoce, for several years life. Kingston, Apr. ".Tho Mlssts they hacn't got tho quality. nut un one woman said' "There are - , ony The small community may be a lita college student In Berea, wrltrs to five of thoso, not six." Tho auo-tl- e and lA'lla Plunery and Ixds Buy, (ad) worl.l unto Itself, Its horizon may tlonper consulted his catalogue, and North Bound, Local Mr. F. I. Jones and family, who hav her friends that she enjoys her work who are In school nt Heren. spent a end off when? 7:00 a. m. 10:CG p. m. the cotton fields begin replied' "Thank you; you aro right," KnoiTllle as Latla teacher In the High School few days with tho Mlss. rlaner.v'J on tho fouth, with tho fair grounds on and proceeded with tho sale, J:B2 a. m. been staying at Bocne Tavern for nt. Pandora, Ohio. 1:07 p. m BE HE A parents, the west, the schoolhouse on the , Then tho woman whispered to tha 7:46 a.m. soveral months, have moved to Dan6:30 p. m. Cincinnati Ml 3 Myrta Hatcher left for her ville, Ky. Miss Laura Murray who lias been north and tho railroad on tho east, one sent to bor: "I knew I was right, South Bound, Local home at Loesvllle, Ohio, Wednesday siiendlug the winter with relatives In but surely Its affairs aro as Important treatise my husband dropped orio of The Infant of Prof, nnd Mrs. Lewis, morning. 8: IS p. m. C:30 a. ni. Cincinnati Clay County, returned home, Friday. and as vitally Interesting as thoso of thnt set the last tlmn wo dlnod thore." 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. born Sunday, the 6th, died Monday BEREA Mr. Frnnk W. Smith of Dellovue, a great city, where humanity consists Now York Tribune, 7:00 p. m. 6:60 a. ra. night. Knozville Mrs. Will Cornellsun is very sick of meaningless atoms and where tho O., Is visiting liU daughter, Miss AnExprcas Train. Mr. Tom Baker and his family who na L. Smith, Pres. Frost's Secretary. with Ingrippe. sweet responslvo chords of hearts An Outdoor Necessity. beating In unison never vibrate. No. 32 will stop at Berea to take have lived here for many years, mov- Mr. Smith has been In St. Augustine, Since John Powell's barn and all "An inventor! What has be evor may never bn the whir of Dayton, O., Rich- ed to Indiana, Saturday. There on paasengcrs for Ma., for n month. outbuildings got burned, he has de- happening events In the small commu- Invented?" mond, Ind.. Indianapolis, lnd Colum-buTho new driveway leading from cided to tear away his house and nity, Just arrived, a car load of the "Don't bo too fast, Tho man has but the least Incidents that may O., and points beyond. latest Improved fnrm'machlncry, such Big Hill pike up tc Putnam Hall is build all anew on a higher jwrtof occur to any of Its mysterious hu- got a mighty good thing, it's a South Bound. nc drllla, harrows, planters, cultivatnearlug completion. tho farm. man lives Is not unworthy of notice. I'ortaliln kiosk with four wheels and a 8:00 a. m. roof." Cincinnati ors and plows of the James Oliver Tho members of the Convocation None of Its characters aro too lowly heavy Miss Eva Lewis who has been at "What's It for?" 11:05 a. m. BEREA bad supper at tho Boarding Hall last and the J. Q. Case brands at Chrlsto fill some niche. Its "Why, It's for tho uso of lane-cen-t No. 33 will stop to take on pas(ad.) Friday evening and were addressed Richmond for tho past six months hold that tolerance toward each other man's. will bo at home after April 4th. sengers for Atlanta and point which exists among members of one bystanders who prefer to take do Mrs. Chas. Adams and her sister, by Pres. Frost. Mrs. Jas. Watt Rhine Mrs. Mark Flanery stient n few dajs faintly, and there Is a dormant patriot- chances when tho aeroplanes befla gave an account of Mrs. Booth's l, Ella, visited their sister, Mrs. ism In hearts of Its truest citizenship to tumble." North Bound work, and Mrs. Frost made nn an- - with h"r mother, Mrs. Eager, of of Brush Creek, Saturday and which only needs some outsldo Inter4:15 p. m. who bos been very sick. BEREA nouncement concerning tho Summer 'Sunday. FOR SALE ference to warm into being, 8:30 p. m. Cincinnati Assembly at Black Mountain. Mrs. John Ilendrix of Lexington The test departs from so many i Mrs. L. A. Wadklns was very 111 Hsgs from Puro Blood Barred Ply- Miss Nancy Huff, n member of thi is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs pleasures, when a man ceases to last week but Is Improving. Reynolds and his sishimself with some certain mouth Rocka. Nicely barred and , Identify Mr. Will Dr. Bodkin was called to London, and It Is only of the small- - ( fltabie layers. Prlcea reasonable. ter, Mrs. Nannie Gentry from Hamil' Saturday. er places that ho can roally feel htm- - Mrs. 0. A. Ballard, Paint Lick, Ky., It ton, O., nro visiting relatives in self a part. Thoso of a small place j The Misses Dooley Welch and Ada jj, j0, j, (qJ) Berea this wecU. share their pleasure and their sorrow I Rstrldgo were In Richmond, Monday Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lewis spent last -' together Family names have a slgpQfl , Sunday with Mr. J. A. Collins and and Tuesday. ulflcance Houses are homes. The I The best buggies in the world at acres, on Ono tract of land, sm-family. very trees and fences have about thou (nd) least sldo of railroad In Conway, Ky. Keep your eye open for the big Welch's. an atniosphero of reminiscence. Judgo T. J. Coyle was In Win(ad) The big places may have larger Ono good eight room dwelling bulK "Buggy Day" at Welch's chester and Lexington, Monday and stores, wider stroets, busier crowds, ,on modern style, known as tho Hart Mr. J. A. Collins, the marshal of but humanity is the same the world uroicrty: finished In good stylo with Berea, made a business trip to Rich- Tuesday. over, and humanity Is at Its Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Logsdon and mond, Monday. lummcr kitchen, good well, good where acquaintance and k Insh p s good garden, good store house, 24it ... daughter, Geneva, were in Berea, Sat-- 1 Miss Grace Blanton spent last Monpossible. And when the brief span of i day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. urday, on their way to Drassfield years has passed, says tho Yazoo City . foet- - B"d olhcr out and Speedwell where they will spend four room cottage as gtd n C. C. Blanton. (Miss.) Sentinel, we would prefer to a few days with relatives. well finished, about fifteen yoyng have the slow, sombre procession fertilizer now on sale a Five cars of The Misses Grace Adams and I.urv wind down some quiet village, street, fruit trees. 1 will sell for 3,2M ou (ad.) Chrlsman's. lOgg spent Friday night In the coun and to have tho grasses above tho easy torins. For particulars tall cn Mr. Preston Tipton of London, Ky., try with Mrs. J. T. Cornelius. grave blown by tho breezes that aro or address ine at Conway, Ky , or U. was In, Berea at the- first of the week. fresh from the open Melds. 'S. Wyatt, Berea. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Jones and children are Mr. Kldd Richardson and wife who (ad) W. M. Hayea. Iharo. been making an extended visit visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fowler, I Trade at Home. with relatives In town returned to this week. f Under tho above heading the Frazler carts at Chrlsman's (ad.1 their home In Cincinnati last week. (III.) Journal prints the follow.. Sunday, Air. G. B. Porter returned, Mrs. Nora Smith and children of Ing editorial appeal. It would he a ' Richmond, visited with her parents, from a business trip to Cincinnati. good Item for other pajwrs to copy: Mr. Basil Aldrlch stopped off In .Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fowler, Sunday. "Just about now the mall order Berea at the first of the week, while houses of our large cities, with an eye Mrs. Kinney and family, former for tho spring trade of tho smaller I icn his way north, to see his sister. residents of Berea are moving back cities or towns and of tho farmer, nro Miss Hazel, who is a nurse In the from Corbin, where they have been sending out bulky and Illusive cata- - I College Hospital. living for some time. logues by the thousand. Experience The 3rd annual "Buggy Day" at Miss Maxte Ponder was In town, proves that, taking all tilings Into acWelch's, soon. Don't miss it. (ad) Tuesday. count, to buy of such houses costs Mr. Owen Low en who has been in moro and brings less satisfaction It looks like everybody Is going to some time came home Hamilton for than to buy of the homo merchants. ' Welch's. (ad) last week. Money sent out of town to theso Miss Scrlvner of Richmond visited houses for what can be bought equalMiss Ruth Westbury formerly of ly ns well at home Is Just so much Berea, sister of Mrs. Prultt Smith, with her cousin, .Miss Pearl Scrlvner, check to the growth and prosperity married Mr. John Clemer of Glendale, who Is here in school. went to Paint Brack Maupln. Academy Department, of the home town, and of the farmers Mr. II. E. Bingham is at home for Lick, Sunday. O., April 2nd, at the home of Mr. Mr. and .Mrs. Kit Parks of Berea flint rithirM ulin Flint In th Inun n and Mrs. Eben Handy, well known to a few days. for the least, money Miss Boatright, together with Miss spent part of last week with the form- - rca(ly mnrk,.t for ,i1(lr (.Kg() Ulllter Kstridge Mrs. Felix spent last Mary Bercans, who now resides at that er's parents at this place. and all other produce. E. Downey and Mrs. C. B. t the place. week at Paint Lick. Mr. Dan Riddle made a business trip both cf Columbus, O., Grass seeds, plow, and wire fence Mr. and Mrs. Clcmer will make Palace Use of Sawdust. a trip to tho mountains early to Berea, Saturday. (ad) at Welch's. their home at Glendale. Every now and then the dally pathej week, in and HICKORY PLAINS ITEMS Mrs. J. B. Rlchardbon and Miwi Special fertilizer for oats and grass, pers bring In nn Item about some ono an Sophomoro class enjoyed U. B. ROBERTS, Proprietor. Mary Harris spent Sunday with Mrs. ' Tho - who Ib trying to utilize tho sawdust corn, tobacco or truck gardens at Hickory Plains, Apr. 1. Mrs. Arall day outing at Mallory Springs, Phone 57 Chrlsman's. (ad.) Richardson's father who has been Monday. A party of Normal students nett, mother of Mrs. Pallia Wilson, wlileli aertim'ilates all too rapidly at Coyle Building, Main St. Mrs. J. Burdette who underwent an very 111 'for a few days, but Is 1m- - a,1so visited tho same place at the was burled In tho Mooro graveyard operation for a tumor at tho College rtpni.lnff same time. Tho party was conducted last week. Hospital last week was able to be Born to Mr. and Mrs, Curt Terrlil, HAY FOR SALE: 111 per ton, W. by Prof. Peck and Mrs. Holderman. taken homo, Monday. u baby boy. His name Is Harvey. A. Ogg. Borea, Ky. Phono 117-Middle-'burProf. J. W. Ralno was In j Charley Preston of Berea has purMrs. Laura Jones has just returned Miss Martha Muncy went to LouisKy., last Friday to give the chased tho John Cabbard farm for from Cincinnati with a full lino of ville this week. Sho was accompanied exercises of address at tho closlug hats, velvets, ribbons and anything by her brother, John Muticy and wife. tho Hlch School at that place. The $3,C0O. blue CounLlttlo Ethel Ponder of (Jnrr-aryou want in tho millinery line, (nd) Mr. I'oiu Maker and taiully left, subject of his address was "What aro ty has been tho guest of her grandFOR RENT, A five room cottage on Saturday, for Cincinnati where they ROWN "SETBrains For." Mr. W. A. Adams, a mother, Mrs. Maupln, tho past week. OIF1LS FOR Parkway and Chestnut Sts. Mrs. to remaiu until they can go rea graduato of li12. Is Principal of Joo Gilbert and family visited Mr. (ad) Laura Jones. thing in aro tho on to Richmond. Ind. the School. Gilbert's father and family ntSjH'ed-wel- l, Capt. Short. U. S. Marshal, of RichOld Hickory and Studebaker bug- when Tho btudenls aro taking nn unus-gleSunday. mond was In Berea on business, Monbetter and cheaper than ever ual interest In athletics this year, Mr. and .Mrs. Dan Hiddlo visited at WEAR.. aiso day, at Chrlsman's. Notes with becurlty I All ct,UsaiUc gamo of baseball Kingston, Sunday. Judgo Holliday was a business vis- accepted. tad.) t Mr. and Mrs. Pal Cornellsun athletic field wn8 ,,layed on xl0 lnal itor In Lexington, Monday of tills Mr. Chas. Adams Is Improving his between tho Normal and Vocational Friday and Saturday with DlllardAn- week. icsldeuco on Chebtnut St. by hav- tianis, Monday. Tho scoro stood C dorson and family at Whites Station, Mr. Loo Gilllgan, who has Just ing It newly painted. to fi. closed his school at Tatumvllle, Tenn . MRS. THOMAS HUFF BUSTER BROWN Mr. Walter Hitter left last week Tho Academy baseball toam demaking Horca a short visit. Is for his homo at Dayton, O., where feated the town team on tha main Mrs. Thomas Huff died. Saturday, ho has been summoned to aid In the ftthletic field by n Bcoro of 12 to at her homo on Big Hill pike. Sho flooded districts. loaves a husband and two small chilMonday. dren, ono a mere Infant. Funeral services wero held Sunday afternoon, nt tho home and the burial was In tho t Hookworm Campaign for Madison 11 woodworSJ' fur-nac- o LOCAL PAGE . oooooooooeoo0' ooaoaooaooaoaoaoaooaoa DR. BEST, DENTIST I after-dlnno- Mn-lx- '1 s, wire-glas- s fellow-being- s Las-wel- Bcat-tyvlll- o, BUGGIES "The Best Buggies in the World" ; '"t lrn, ' at Welch's Bd ul"g. . HOUGHTON, - PHOENIX, PARRY, SECHLER and BANNER ' Met-cal- ( Best Groceries Meat Market Grocery h 2. e5olvldT THAT right ii;tpr Shoes ct DOYS"FOH SHOES you want ) sp-n- for style and comfort. "right thore" They're The Racket ivra v see r Plows, Disc Harrows and Farming Implements MAIN STREET, near Bank TELEPHONE NO. 40 CALLS clArkston cemetery. FARM FOR SALE W. O. MOORE, at the Nicely Stand For all kinds of FEED and BREAD STUFFS, Potts' Flour and Meal in any quantity, Corn, Oats, Hay, Straw, Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed. We are able to furnish feed in car load lots. acres moro or less. About 70 acres near Man I den, Jack-- , son County, Ky., Ono half In high utato ot cultivation. Balanco In woods. Good timber, smooth. All under fence. COO panels plunk fence. Balance rail fenco. Good new five room cottage, small barn, and storo houso. Good stand for general store. Good well at kitchen doov. Handy to churches and school. On public road. Mull dellvor- cd threo times por wook. Good borhood. A bargain at $1,000 If taken at once. Address, M. C, Lock Box 2t3, Sovcnty-fi'v- o HAYES BEREA C8), GOTT KENTUCKY '"9fe Quality Store" Lawrcnccburg, Ky. (ad) April 10. 19 '.V THIS CITIZEN, Pace Imagine iMvc A Fight on Cancer Great Increase of the Disease Due to Public Stupidity. of State Board of Health Bulletin. Summary Ixi dono until tho public Is A few yenra ngo It was thought 'can could not ha aroused until thero In agitation nuch that consumption has boon wltncsccd In the casn of cured and It was not thought that It mi tuborculosls. Hut what ran tho pubIt began Birds Police Earth and Air Illrds work moro In conjunction with mnn to help him than does any othor iorm of outdoor llfo, according to a recent artlclo In an exchange. They pollco tho oarth and nlr, and without their services tho farmer would bo helpless. Lsrks, wrens, and thrushes search the ground for grubs and Insects. Tho food of tho meadow percent lark consists of seventy-fiv- e of Injurious Insects and twelvo per cent of weed seed, showing It to be n bird of great economic value. Sparrows, finches, and qunll eat n largo amount of weed soed. Practically all tho food of tho treo sparrow consists of seed. Examinations by Prof. V. K. h. Deal, of tho Hlologlral Survey of the Department of Agriculture, thnt n slnglo treo sparrow will cat a could ho pravcnlcd. Then to bo recognized thnt tho disease could ho prevented, nnd then tho preventive measures led to curntlvo oneB, and tho wimo process Is now thought o In resist to cancer, a scarcely l(a dreadful and fatal disease. A bulletin recently Issued by the Stnto lloard of Health calls attention to tho frightful Increase during yenrs of cancer, nnd death resulting from It. The statement Is madn thnt ono woman In every eight oor thlrtyflvo years of ago, nnd ono mnn In every eleven dlo of cancer. ourpnssed by no other Is Cancer dlscnw nH a cause of death In women nnd slightly by tuberculosis In men, and while tho denth rato In tuberculosis Is declining, tho death rate from cancer I" Increasing at a rate, If unchecked, which will within n few centho human race out of turies swi-eexistence. As evldenco of tho truth of this statement. It Is shown that cancer Increowd tlx fold In (Ireat Ilrltaln from ISM) t 190".. nnd In tho United Slates from nine per ono hundred thousand In ISJO to so venty. seven per onn hundred thousand In lltO'J. These figures only Include the registered deaths from cancer, many having bfen assigned to other causes to savo Uie feelings of U10 victims' nl lic do? Just hero tho Hullctln Is of grrAt vnlue, nnd Its entire contents should bo read by every ono. Hacked by nil tho best medical authorities It states that, "Cancer Is primarily a local permanently curablo In almost every case, by removal or destruction of tho Incipient growth. Moreover, tho dlBcano nearly always Indicates Itself wlillu In this local curablo stage, anil In about fair firths of tho rases begins In reglonH which are nccessl-M- o to surgery." Now the trouble with the public Is, that nobody bcliovco cancer Is curablo nnd that every Imdy thinks that If nn operation Is performed tho cancer will return eooner or later. And for this reason, since thero Is no pain lor sumo months after the disease, begins, nn oHTatlou Is put off until It Is too late, and tho cancer does leturn nfter nn operation. It may be said, therefore, thnt It In delay and not tho cancer that kills. The Bulletin's Advice Since cancer nearly always Btarts dls-oas- quarter of an oulic" of weed seed da'jy. In a stato tho bIzo of Iowa treo sparrows alono will consume, moro than eight hundred tons of weed seed annually. This, with tho work of other g birds, saves tho farmer an Immcnso amount of work. and chickadees scan every part of trunks nnd limbs of trees for Insect eggs. In n day's tlnio a chick-adc- o has been known to eat hundreds of Insect oggs and worms that are very harmful to our trees and vegetables. Warblers and vlreos hunt the leaves nnd buds lor moths and milter swallows, nnd night hawks nro busy day and night cntch-In- g flics that bother mnn and beast. Hawks and owls nro working silently In daylight and darkness to catch sccd-enllnNut-hatch- es (I ADVERTISING I ft It TALKS ADVERTISING COMMERCIAL HAS VALUE In Most Influential Force Building Up Modern Business. By JOHN moles, mice, gophers, nnd squirrel. LEE MAHIN. The Hamilton Flood Sketch by an Eye Witness On Tuesday, Mar. l!."th, Hamilton, Dayton, Mlddletown nnd other towns along tho Great Miami river were visited by tho greatest flood In the history of Ohio. Tho river began rising rapidly, early In the morning and by noon tho greater iortlon of Hamilton was under water. No ono dreamed of such a flood. and without n word of warning thouIn sands of peoplo were marooned their homes, where they staid during tho flood, except thoso who wcroswei away with their houses and some few who were fortunato enough to be rescued from a watery grave. Tho four bridges over tho Oreat Miami river at Hamilton wero swept away, dividing the city Into nn Eastern nnd West Hamilton. Communication was cut off, tho lights put out and tho city water supply destroyed leaving tho city crippled and in son1 need of assistance. deMnrtlcl law was Immediately clared, nnd soveral companies of th Ohio National guard wero hurried to tho scene. Ilellef stations were established Just as soon as possible. The Ited cross Society and Christian people have been working to relievo the flood sufferers. It Is hard to tell just how many were drowned, but up to the present time 70 bodies have been found at Hamilton. The dnmage estimates will hero--Ical- I I families. No Rsspsctor of Persons And the dlttoaso Is no rvspector of prrvoni, tho rich and tho oor, the toller and tho Idler, tho temperate and tho Intemperate, the young and the old nre all subject to tho Anil nothing Is being done, it to Is said, nothing by tho public, check Itc spread. And what can bo doneT Nothing THE PI EPSILON PI ANNIVERSARY o. a harmless tumor, or scar or Mem-Is- h or often a little sore, which can easily bo removed, ermunently removing tho cause of cancer, tho o of tho bulletin Is that n good surgeon should b consulted for every such tumor, scar, blemish or sore, nnd that no quack or Ignoramus or nlmnnnc should be listened to thnt encourages procrastination or offers a euro by any other method. The Bulletin's Promise And tho public Is promised In the liulletln If this advice Is carried out Uiat prevention will soon overtake tho disease, nnd that ultimately the mny terrible scourgo vanish possibly before a real cure Is In ad-vlc- run up Into tho millions. Tho Champion Coated Pnper Co. not only suffered loss from the flood, but had ono of Its mllln consumed by fire. Tho people hne taken courage and aro working hard to clean up thejclty and their homes. The manufactur- Ing establishments arc employing hunureus or men ngain getting ready to resume business at nn early date. A temporary pontoon bridge has been constructed over the river nnd no ono Is allowed to loaf around the streets. If fonnd doing so ho Is arrested by the soldiers nnd forced to work. It Is an experience In tho lives of - INTERESTING Mr. Wm, C. DEMONSTRATION The program offered by Tho I'l Kpsllon 11 delighted the parked audience, Tuesday night. Tho hit of tho evening was tho .Musical Comedy, Julius Caesar, In which the iarts were takin most cleertly by girls, was awn In whoso resourcefulness the striking costumes evolved by uud au audacity that stopped In Its levy at nothing lu tho houwi. Certainly Shakespeare never In his wildest fancies ever dreamed of llrutus so ixiwltchlngly bloodthirsty as Mlfs Swe;tlatid. nor of conspirators m) open and musical lu their protestations to a Caesar so mild to fate, llepeated and submissive of laughter, and most hearty lals applause, showed the appreciation f the hearer. Ikrenns evidently have tho play spirit and know how to play It if the opportunity comes. Tho oration preceding byMlssNor-ol- l discussed lu n comprehensive and bcrlous milliner thu subject of child Vannemnn of Cincinnati, representing the K. I. Dul'ont de Nemours Powder Co., was In Ilerea yesterday demonstrating the use of M)wder nml dynamite. In the break-Ir- g up of the soil lu preparation for cultivation. The method is recommended especially for orchards and t ly the Hamilton people, that can never Ik forgotten, nnd many think It was the Judgment of God sent upon us for Hamilton's sinfulness. We have all reasons for believing It and no renson tx doubt It. It may bring tho regeneration of the city with a more people to live In It. 'After tho flood began to recede on Thursday morning. Mar. 27th, messengers camo Into Hamilton and awoke the people of the West Side, telling ,them to get out of the city, that 30 feet more water was coming. Hun- dreds fled In their night clothes to the high hillR west of the city, but fortunately this was a false report ItJod-fearlng nnd should have reached us two da) s farller. M. Gabhnrd. IN OUR OWN STATE Ccinlinurtl from forests. Three demonstrations wt-rgiven, two on the campus and ono In the west end of town, CARD OF THANKS Fltt I'oi! We wish to extend our thanks to our friends nnd neighbors and especially tho Hrother Masons for their loving kindness to our di ceased fath r and husand, J. W, Adams, during his sickness nnd death. Mrs. J. W. Adams and family. WORLD NEWS Continurtt f rom Mill Vgr labor. Miss Howies' address of welcome was a model In Its brevity and joint. Tim audience generally exKrlenced a most enjoyable evening. Y. M, C, A. NOTES elect Scoles of tho Y. M. A. announces 1ih cabinet appoint- merits for tho ensuing year as fol- lows: IJorrol Hint, HU'le Stud) ; It. K. L. Murphy, Flnnnw; Jerome Membership; I.uther Case, Uollglous Nevlns, Personal Meetings; Work; llnrtmnn Mchtwardt, Missions; Vei Douglas, Social; Henry Murrell, Deputation; Frank Flelden, Town. Tho nnnual meting nt which tho outgoing officers will present reports nnd the Incoming officers read their Upper imllclm, will occur In tho Chnpvl nt C:30, Friday night. Tim first meeting of thu new cabinet will occur In tho Association Wednesday night, April ICtli. nt V. U-sll- lre. j Athens. All tho Courts of Europe wero represented. IX) U HEATER EXTREMES Tho English suffragettes aroused by wllnt they consider nn unjuft sentence t, ImiKMted uKn their lender, Mrs. to for Inciting her followers make incendiarism violence aud threats of reprisals nnd declare that they will not stop now at destruction of proierty but human llfo Is In danger. Mrs. Parkhurst Is to serve three ) ears lu prison. Many of her militant followers are also serving Jail sentences. It would seem thnt people who cannot obey the law are hardly competent to bo Intrusted with tho making of tho law. In other words, every blow tho suffragettes of England nre striking dsarages their cause among tho moro sensible of their own sex nml crtalnly among the npiioslto sex. In modern Park-hurs- . ' "Success, my boy, is tho aim of all, Hut to live that Joy to tho full, Yuu want to get thero Through the door marked PUSH Aud not through the door marked t!:30. ' l'ULL." Money-Savin- g Power Lie in Intelligent Buying STUDY THE FORMULA OF Hanna's Green Seal Paint AND YOU WILL FIND IT RIGHT Spreading Power Durability and Beauty combined J. D. CLARKSTON, SOLD BY Berea, Kentucky. MUST PAY THE U. & N In tho case between the L. & Itnllroad Company and the Western burial. Union Telegraph Company to setTWO JUDGES tle tho right of tho Western Union Two Judges are still attempting to on the L. to keep Its lino and poles hold the reln3 In tho now County of & N. right of way, a Jury of tho McCreary. Tho Court of Appeals reLouisville decided, Federal Court at cently directed the governor to IsThursday, that the Western Union sue a commission to one, J. E. Wilmust pay Uie I.. & N. J500.000. The liams. Wllllanu has assumed the verdict Is considered a compromise, robes of offlco by vlrtuo of his al-- 1 as tho L. & N. Insisted upon a much leged election, on the strength of the larger nmount, and the Western decision of tho Court of Appeals, beUnion a smaller nmount. An appeal fore tho governor Issues tho com-- I to tho Supreme Court of tho United mission. At tho samo time his power successfully to cope with comMates mny bo taken. Is handing out legal opinions. mercial problems, but an added abilEIJLST CMS STANLEY'S The affairs In tho new County aro ity to Influence the human mind Ad It Is nnnounced from Washington In bad condition, owing to the strife vertising will produce active desire , will open over tho County that Representative Stanley seat and the fight where none, or at least only that of a latent kind existed before. Advertishis camitalgn for tho United States for offices. ing, by employing the powerful mental Gonntorshlp from Kentucky at HY WAY OF WINCHESTER forces which psychologists call sua April 2Sth. Mr. Stanley s Tho C. & O. Railroad In an effort gestlon, can create hab8ieech Is looked forward to with to open up communication after the first its among tho people which an alert ho Is ex- I flood from Cincinnati a great deal of interest, as to the East commercial mind will utilize to build pected to vigorously attack began Friday to dispatch Its trains up and foster a business, Beckham, bis only opponent at by the way of Winchester over the A thoroughly equipped advertising present. Mr. Stanley nnd his frleuds, L. & N. Instead of skirting tho Ohio man must, then, know something of however, hope that Gov. McCreary to Ashland. Tho first train for ten the fundamental conditions which unwill enter tho rnce, as thoy think days ran over th'j main line to Mays-vill- i. derlie commerce. For Instance, credit, being an essential feature sit comthat will divide tho Iieckhnm followSunday. merce, rests upon absolute Integrity ing. and a rigid adherence to NEW COLLEGE HEAD principles. Advertising also without College has a new Georgetown tho fundamental principles which are president, Dr. M. II. Adams of Franknecessary to commerco Is no moro fort, who was for some time pastor advertising than Is love the mawkish of Unptlst churcheo at Majsvlllo and sentiment which some novels depict, II the love which founds nnd maintains rankfort Ho resigned the secretaryhomes whore tho wife and mother are ship of tho Kentucky Baptist Educherished objects. cational Association to succeed Dr Advertising must secure attention, Yager, who recently resigned as presl-- d but It must come from tho right kind nt ot Georgetown. of people and In a way that produces KE.NTUCKIANS DROWNED AT respect for the article advertised. DAYTON Hence, nil possible knowledge of tho Six members of one family, former human mind. Its mysterious and sub-timanifestations, and the Influence of affirmation, argument, color suggestion, or an appeal to the ImaginaBE PREPARED tion, must enter Into the deliberafor accident!) and sudden sickness, tions of the mind that plans and executes an advertising campaign, Have your Much Is Watted. Medicine Case Well Supplied with some til the common simple Notwithstanding tho wide prevaeven day remedies for the cure of lence of mlstnken Ideas nbout advercommon ills. This is of much im- tising and Its true functions, the portance to people who live in the money spent amounts to millions annually, and much of It Is spent with They should be country Intelligence and great effectiveness, Prepared for all Emergencies though I believe as they cannot run to the drug store tion Is wasted In much the larger pora desultory when sudden illness or accidents ap- along HneB that even a manner gambler pear. would despite for their lack of JustifiUse tree thought aud prepare for cation. the inevitable. Lives may be saved, Tho men who have made a success pain alleviated, disease stamped out of advertising have not looked at It as a matter of luck. They have beand valuable stock preserved. Select a few things with which you lieved Its great powers wero subject are familiar. Come to us and we will to Immutable laws and have sought Illusfill your orders with fresh drugs at to become familiar with them. trations, words and space, and the lowest prices. cost of the same, while carefully weighed and considered, have been DRUG CO. subordinated to the main purpose of Tht Rtxal Stort producing a mental Impression. I can ' ' , Cyn-thlan- a. I n Kentucklans of Grant County, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Porter and four children were drowned In tho recent floods of Dayton, O. Thslr bodies have been N. brought to Wllllamstown. Ky for This la an age of advertising. Within the memory ot oldor men tho ambitious youth was urged to enter tho church, tho army, tho law or the sciences. To engago In trade was to lower social tone. Now business Is generally resognlicd aa a science. It Is becoming more Intricate and complex, requiring the highest grade of Intelligence. Commerce In Its higher altitudes Is shown when, nfter gathering the products of Industry, It goes farther In changing their form and character Into other articles specially suited for tho higher needs of men and women. Then, by evory possible means stir- "tag Interest, creating desire, educat-ng appetite nnd developing new wants. It makes a stable market for the newly created and more complex commercial products. In this way the standard ot living has generally been raised to Include as necessities articles the need of which was unknown to the grandparents of the present generation. In doing this, commerce requires the wonderful new power which the mere trader never possessed. That power, with its skill, thought, resources and Judgment, virile energy, largeness of mental growth and equipment, combined with a creative force that accomplishes things, Is called advertising. I have previously defined advertising as Influencing the minds of people. It Is faking others think as you desire. It means utilizing all those forces which produce Impressions and crystallize opinions. It is tho creating of prestige, that quality ' which causes others to accept a statement without question, Creates Conditions. ' The merchant who, through his Idea of what will please the popular tante, makes his calculations, giving orders to manufacturers for six months to a year In advance, requires great fore-rigand Intlmnte knowledge of the fickleness of taste. Yet he does not possess the positive force that advertising, when studied and skilfully employed, will glvejilm In his business. He only deals with conditions as he finds them. There Is no effort to create conditions, bat simply a shrewd adaptation to existing circumstances. Advertising rests on the supremacy of commerce. It requires stable business conditions for Its existence nnd development It Is. therefore, a higher form of mental activity than the successful exercise of ordinary commercial transactions, because it goes farther. In demanding not only the 1 Millet, the painter of The Antelui," testing colors and canvas, and demanding only the best the market could afford, regardless ot price, but never asking the dealers In artists' materials to submit bids. The host service and the best artloles cannot be secured by asking for competitive offers In price. The place of advertising In modern business Is secure. It occupies the most Important position notwithstanding Its true functions are so largely misunderstood. The merchant princes, the monarchs of manufacturing, and the generals of distribution have found advertising absolutely essential to tho upbuilding and conduct of their enterprises. Advertising thus gives a manufacturer the power to produce trade for the thing ho Is best equipped to produce. It eliminates competition. It creates, forces, builds. It makes things happen. Advertising is so many-sideIn Its character that It deserves attention In connection with every department of a business organization. Aa already stated. It will produce desire; gratified desire produces habit, and habit produces business. Hut advertising does more than thtn. It makes sales. Not In the same sense as the salesman, for the brainy salesman Is only given larger fields for usefulness and greater d for his efforts when ha with advertising. The ono thing that should convince the average business man who has not given much tlmo and thought to advertising Is that It has commercial value of the highest order; that It really Is a higher evolution of commerce and a marked Improvement on average commercial conditions, as Is evidenced by the growing spirit on the part of owners of advertising space to restrict tho use of the same to customers whose business Is desirable, and also to censor the text matter and. In some Instances, even to tone down the too free use of heavy-face- d type and vary display. Napoleon would have made a grand advertising man. When sought for to 'quell a riot raging In the streets of Paris, he was found in his attic, alone and diligently studying the streets of the great city. When confronted with the success of his later campaigns and realizing the Importance of having he masses with him. he carefuly calculated the effect of waiting before announcing hlB victories until he was able to date his dispatch with the name of the palace of his defeated adversary. This Intelligent combination of accurate knowledge of the real fundamental and subtle forces with the power to attract and hold the ephemeral popular mind la the wide range of ability that the advertising man who succeeds today must possess. Advertising of Cities. emoluments Advertising Is the life of trade. The merchant advertises his goods to secure new customers and to attract old ones. And for the samo reasons cities and towns should advertise. It Is surprising to note the number of towns throughout the country that adopted some form of publicSt Louis merchants through their chamber of commerce will spend $200,000 in 1913 to advertise St. Louis. The state of Minnesota has adopted a law permitting villages and towns to collect a tax, the money to be used to advertise the community. Kansas also has an advertising tax. And then the peoplo of eastern villages and towns are taking so many people South Carolina has from the east. organized an association which Is spending a large advertising appropriation, while the various Michigan and other resorts on tho lakes are publicity In conspicuous matters have ity. throughout the state. Ad Hints BEREA By J. R. HAMILTON. Ib tho cheapest Advertising method ot salesmanship. Ninety per cent, of the people are predisposed each day to read tho news. Therefore you must seek to find the news value In your advertising. The store of today has be-come a public institution and has got to lead a public life. The storo of tho future will deal In human Interest more than in commercial Interests. It will advertise, moro personality and less merchandise. It will be as much of a woman's club as a woman's buying place. Wo aro putting the best brains Into business; therefore wo have to get tho best brains out of business. For tho question, "What kind of typo shall I use?" the answer Is the samo as to "What drinks shall 1 drink!" anything you please, only don't mix them. When you havo done your best you are all through. If your advertising Is stupid you have no right to blame the people for not reading it. Wo wero taught nearly tlfty years ago that a store must have a code of ethics the ame as a man, yet most ot us haven't learned It even today We have nothing to offer but a price and the man with a better price licks us to a finish, Every merchant, manufacturer and advertiser who tries to build his city Into a better city, builds himself with the city. Not to change the style of a woman's gown every season Is suicidal. Pa Six. THE CITIZEN. trump Hie wenry mile nbcfiii of Idui. He drive ...it Into Hie country, nrow wrinkled ns he He tin April o, 1913. His Rise to Power BY HENRY RUSSELL MILLER mctit. neckto o of Hie nfleriKMin. match. He wns rending, with n slow n llelil In In tlie Jogging horxo earn Hint overlooked no ayllnble, the ninn It seen papers on the desk. When ho hud rend the middle of which to In h.iyrnke. driving he nrrnnged them In two nent lit. Jeremy' lnill the mini deeond from thempile, which he Inhfled "Options He hl Kent nnd walk slowly over to the Granted" mid "0itloim Itefiiscd." fence. As till task nil completed Stephen "Howdy, comrade." j"ii.vb .leremy. Hnmslcn entered the kink, with n Jeremy." "Howdy. pleasant nml In leply to the clerks' re"(Soml ImrreHtln' weather." spectful greeting. He made hi wny "I'nrty gissl," comrade agree. There Into the cashier's ulllce. In not n cloud In the ky w I'hewl" he ,,,.,,st ed. drawing n ....... . iln. ,1.. , ,,, Jeremy. I'nini n Smoke?" uggi-- t ,,, ,, ..,, ... 1,ni,,1v bulglng iwcket he draw forth n clsnr , 11 11 1.0 ejes for '" the mini He pulls d clanrco: envlonsly tnrougli pnr(Ulon t ,Ihj cashier, Ter, hnmlHonip nml cool looking in - ..,- , 111 0,k, reine .... . . .. . mlt 0 .... ,1.. Iwctlvc value of the utoek nud the necessity of tieliiK nil In one compnny to prevent price cnttliiB und the oportn by ilt v tn limirove the community up new business?" Jeremy retorts again to the building "I did lint we're not trying to lin-pocket. " Keep that and smoke till prove the nimiiiiitilty: we're trying to now," he oilers gcneromly. The farmer make money for ourselves." "I'm nfrald. Warren, you were the lights the clgnr From another pocket Jeremy draws forth his own weed. This wrong - mini to send after those op- pocket I not so well filled nnd contain I lonx.'"1 "I was." .tld Warren calmly. only "three fers" for Jeremy's own contold von so nt first. I'm not a clever sumption. tnlker." After further preliminaries Jeremy "I don't want to He up nny more ensh open fire. In this Hum I have to. How would It "S'poso yon'ra goln' to git Into line work to send John Dunniende nftiv this fall, samo a ever, comrader 7 jl casually. The farmer leans on the fence lu nn c g 11 1 arks girdled l.y CTiidy red nnd Bold Lund clgiirs. costing S1' They nre very the hundred. At home rcmne three Isixe of them, recently piirchnod Jeremy linn netsled n new milt mid hi wife n new tires for more Hum yenr. These Itmirles. however, mint Is- - HitMmi'd. The fninier hold the clBnr to hi noe. snltllng nppmvliiBly. "I'll "'P It till lifter Kilppcr" lie desilt It rreftilly on the Isittom rnll of the fUcelii-lilhi; will ex Jo?. 11 cxl , u.nrr(1l mcnts townnl liltn. At one Hampden merely glanced; the other. "Options MI,i t,0 lw piles of docu- - 11 IlcfiiMsl," he opened nnd rend rapidly. ! All Deer township proper- tie. Why won't they sign?' wnnt ensh. not stock, for their toal." ,.,' , , "UVifon't know 'iniTch about high flnnncc In Now Chelsea. Hut I rend the pnpera sometime. It In almost n classic, I should My," John replied. "Substantially the plnn of nil promotion," lUmpdcn n Breed. "Let's nco If I got you right. You tnko tho option In your own name, agreeing to pny for the coal In stock of your compnny. Then you agree to turn tho properties: over to tho company for n little moro thnn twice thl consideration, out of which you pny the farmer. Thin Rives you control of tho compnny Hint owns the conl nnd It hasn't cost you n cent. Tho money for development nnd oiwratlng you lend security first tho company, Inking morlBnBe lionds." Ho tiesltnted, looking directly nt Hnmpdeo. "Thnt hard-lKlves the farmers a square deal, does It?" eyes conThe piiills of Hnmislen' tracted suddenly. "Certainly It doea," ho ntiswert-with mime emphasis, "since It converts. properties thnt hare lss.'fi rating themselves up In tnie Into 1 didn't sty," a pnsluclug imKiMltlon. he lidded carelessly, "thnt your fee oiiBht, In my oilnlou, to bo nlxnit $10.- W-lii stock. "Worth how much?" "Worth par," Hampden answered with conviction. "i:ventunlly." "I'how! Voil haven't Impressed me , s n man who would pay city price j for country butter. Mr. Hnmislen." John replied thoughtfully. "Just why ! o much?" to earn It." "Yon will U- - exs-ctesaid Hampden dryly. "Are )ou In the habit of questioning fee Isvnuse they y ire large?" "I'm not hi tlie hnhlt of gHtlug targe rtes. Only I'm not quite clear bow ton exs.-c- t me to earn a fee of $10,000 In stock worth nttltudo suited to comfortable argument. "Well, I don't know's I am." "With Johnny Dunnieode on the. ticket "I'll vote for him. He's all right I don't think Does my law work. much of the state ticket, though." Forthwith Jeremy launches Into a passionate defense of Ids pnrty. In which the tariff Is freely mentioned, rteferenee I made nlo to the dn) when comrade nnd he shared blanket together on the red soil of Virginia. He talks rapidly, dreading to hear tho argument which he cannot answer Comrade Is not unimpressed, but Is far r from conviction. Read of This Stirring Battle Against Civic Evils That Are, and For the Honor and Justice That Should Everywhere Prevail luri'fdf my youthful nia'fmTyT here jusi how "Which would te doubly abnrd. Ifa . surveiriiffiTe to Senator Murchell. leader of the state often John Dunmeade Journeyed to the Having had one chlekenpox. machine, and Sheehan. local boaa of New like Ugly house behind the hedge. It was you nre thereafter Immune." Chelsea, offer the nomination for district not. however, thanks to the duties of attorney to John Dunmeade. Dunraeade They laughed gnyly. to Independent In his political ldeaa. On the terrace little tables were set his candidacy, ns often as he would have liked. Dunmeade will accept the nomination. and John renew ed Ids ncqlinlntnnce Bis father, a partisan Judge, congratuIlnmpden. n short, with Stephen But there were other mntters de lates him. Ills Aunt Roberta urges John stocky, pleasant voiced man. who In manding the attention of John Dunto call on Katherlne Hampden, daughter ao way recnillcd the marauding pi- meade, nominee for the nfllee of disof a capitalist. grace of the bosses' Katherlne Hampden Is a worshiper of rate that rumor had him. AIo with trict attorney by success. Bhe and John are friends. Jere- Mrs. Hampden, a lady who tolled not choice. For he saw nn army, whoso my Applegate. a political dependent camnor spun, hut was always tired and discipline and weapons and effectivepaigns for John and the state ticket talked in a languid. Honeyed voice. ness caused him to wonder, go forth There were also Warren Illnke. sol- to war. Not with pomp and panoply-t- hat HIS face became suddeuly grave. emn was to come later. This wns the nnd handsome, nnd hi mother. Thinking of her Inst words, he looked time for scout and reconnolssnnce, for old fashioned, down nt the quaint, a shy, faded old woman, frightened in the drawing of maps, the selling of drowsing town that lay nt the foot of the presenco of "society folk," and strategic position nnd for numlierlng the knob. Far nway across the hills not altogethel happy In the Sunday the enemy. The enemy the people-Jo- hn hovered a perennial cloud, smoke of splendor of best black silk and bonperceived, mnde no counter prepPlunivllle's mills. Already It was benet. Mrs. Hampden said Newport arations, did not even see the necesing whimpered that tho sudden return would be deprived of the Harapdens' sity. of the captain of flnnncc. the building presence that summer, because she Jeremy Applegate one day gave John big housfl with Its nlr of permaof the bad the new bouse to open and, more- a new point of view. Jeremy was an commercial nence, were not without over, preferred to remain with her soldier, a cripple, nud n clerk In significance. John wag a young man husband, who had Important business old the recorder's office. riven to sentiment. matters to oversee. "I'm almighty glad." said Jeremy, "I was thinking of New Chelsea." he "Sim means," Katherlne whispered, "that for once I've got to work for a said dryly. "So the old order chang-eth- . dad caught n tartar In Wall man I got some respect for. I'm a Tho world of fnshlon and finance "that pretty specimen of citizen, ain't I?" he at our door. Our street." comes Later the Wakes roe to leave. War- exclaimed bitterly. "I got a Job. exploited." peaceful valley Is to be I'm fit for It? ren with surprising tact covering the Wby've I got the world moving "Can't you awkwardness of his mother's fare- Guess you lawyers thnt have to rend and .New Chelsea with It?" He was not looking ut the shadow, wells, nnd then, unostentatiously gen- my kinky h.mdwrlto know bctter'n that. It's because I'm an old Holdler but at her, silhouetted against the sky, tle, escorting her awoy. Hampden caught his wlfo yawning and a pegleg and the kind of shrimp strong with the strength of women go round whlnln' to his friends whose fathers have tolled close to the daintily. "Well, Mnrla, tInco you're so that'll eager, palpitating with life, for Ured, wo might as well go In and leave about his Job so's to get them to loll, life. lie wondered curiously whot these young people to themselves. The vote the ticket. Vesslr, I'm that kind. manner of womiui she was, what lay chaperon has no standing In New Chel. I fit for my country all right, but I did it becanso it was my duty, not so's to under the precocious hardness that sea." After a languid good night to John be able to get a Job and beg for votes could see only the picturesque In a ovcrty stricken Italian Mrs. Hampden went, with nn air of afterward. I was a man then. Now ramshackle. I'm a parasite. For nigh onto twenty village nud could dismiss with a care- utter weariness, Into the house. Hnmpdcn, however, for tho space of yenrs I've done It, because I can't luugh the fate of a chick in a less one cigar, remained on the terrace mnke a llvlu' any other way, for good hawk's clutches. can reThe line of shadow passed the sum- chatting pleasantly, during which time men and bad men, for them I respect. spectmostly for them I can't mit of East ridge. The valley lay In John discovered that even Steve Hamp twilight. They watched until the sun den, hnnl driver of men and daring I ain't allowed a mind of my own nor a sank. peculator, had a very likable side conscience, and every time I go I feel like n pup. Do you "Htiall we go down?" and took a mighty pride in his daughTogether they went slowly down Into ter. When the cigar bnd been tossed know what It is? It's hell, that's what tho valley and Its twilight to her borne. away Hampdcu rose, shaking Lands It Is." "What we need." said Johu. "Is civil "We have now seeii," she said, "a cordially with John. sunrise and a suuset together." "I'd better take my own advice. I service." "Civil service! They've got civil serv'"And the evening and the morning have to work tomorrow, but don't Did you ever were the first day,'" he quoted you miss thin fairy night. Come ice In the postofilce. around often. John. And don't let this hear of a postmaster or his clerk that wasn't In ihiIHIch?" "I wonder what the next day holds." girl flirt the head from your shoulHut n grumbling soldier often is a "Auiit Hoberta." be laughed, "hopes ders." that I'll fall In love with you." "I'm already fearful for ny peace good lighter: . witness Jeremy on a at the It "How iierfcctly absurd! Although it of mind," John laughed. "Hut I shall scouting establishment of Silas Hicks, livery tnlgbt redress the balance, unless," she come often, thank you." Iwln-n ojleg,cjiiiuol dle4jliJiiujx!jibai!!uJiLauffer a re-. Eoujd. le. evidence of n officious Piii'-- SYNOPSIS "Well, I don't know." he says slowly And then brings forth the thing that has been haunting Jeremy's night nnd days. "I'm bothered some nlsiut that trust compnny business. Looks t me as If some of Murchell's politicians was at tho Imttom of It. When they git to foolln' with our banks. It's time to mnke a change. If we let 'em go on, how'm I to know that my bank ain't mixed up with 'em?" There I a silence, while Jeremy braces himself for his duty. "1 know. Isitherln' me. too. lint." It It's ho looks nway and tries mnnfully to keep the whine out of his voice, "I'm nskln' you ns n favor to me to overlook It. Thev've served notice on mo that I've got to tiring in my list for the whole ticket or my Job goes." There Is another silence, n longer one, whllo the farmer chews his cigar reflectively. "Well," he says at last. "I'd like to do ye a favor, Jeremy. I'll think It over." Is-e- "I'm sorry, but tnoM- I can't do it" "The usual legal matters chnrter. organization, conveyances nnd so on. And." casually, "helping us to sign up the Deer township procrtle " "They don't like the proKiltlon?" "They're the only one who hnreu't ncceptisl It. They seem to tie holding out under the advice of this fellow Warren nodded. Craiisliawe. Is It?" "We think iuu can awing them Into line." "I see." suld John thoughtfully. Ills brow wrinkled In u troubled fashion a he gazed reflectively out nt the clerk sweltering behind the ence. Hampden and Warren waited patiently for tils answer. At Inst lie raised his eyes to Hampden's, "I'm sorry, bnt I cau't do 1U" "Why not?" llatiiHlen demanded. to "Tills fellow Craiishnwe linpH.-n- s li n irrxHl ileal of a man. He nnd his uelghlMirs nre clients of mine lu a amall way and friends also. think. They do me the honor to trust me. I shouldn't care to iidvtse them In this matter." "Why not?" Hampden demanded again. "Ix-- t us sny." John smiled, "that I am lu Mlltles nnd don't want to complicate my vote getting." "Thnt Isn't your reason." 1 J I I ! CHAPTER IV. The Naiarlte. ANT years lie fore there had come to New Chelsea a shepherd to lead the I'resbyterlan flock and to die, leaving his wife, a shy, plain little woman, and her son. to struggle with the problem of existence. She must have struggled effecUvely. for New Chelsea bears witness that never was recourse had to Its ready charity. Some credit must be given to tho son who, when public schooldays were over, bent himself to the problem; a moon faced lad who at the blinked uncouiprehendlngly teasing and pranka of his former Slow, patient, unobtrucboolmates. sive, of the sort thnt despite sundry time honored maxims usually finds recognition reluctant, he yet won It quickly. When those of his generation whose fathers had been able to provldo a college education returned on tho threshold of manhood to liegtn life, they found Warren Illako already. In tho eyes of his nelgliliors, a success, assistant cashier of tho liairk and own. er of certain small mortgages, but not nt all tsiastful over It. He continued, eveu when he liecame cashier, modestly una w nre Hint he had bocomo a model young man. He wax a literal man who took all things seriously, his duty to his bunk, his treasurcrshlp of Ho wa tho I'resbyterlan church. rarely known to laugh. New Chelsea had found no explanation of him. It was admitted that even Judge Diiumeade, who had a liking for sonorous phrases, had. fulled with his "triumph of tho commonplace virtues." And It continued to choose Warren Itlake ns treasurer for those organizations requiring such an officer, executor of Its last wills and testaments ond trustco of Its estates, of which trusts he always rendered prompt nnd exact accounts. And now, all New Chelsea knew, lie and Stephen Hnmpden were organizing a company of fabulous capltullza-Hon to work the coal fields. One morning In mid July Warren was as usual at his desk. Tbo day had already become hot nnd stifling. The clerka at tho counter grumbled profanely at the rule, promulgated by Warren, fhnj Jofhiillo them to appear 1 options? We could make him attorney for us nml the company and give him stock. What do you think?" Warren took several minutes to consider this suggestion. "He can do It if any one can," he wild at lost. "He I very popular among the farmers. likes him. I like him. too. thoneh lie I alwav Inushlng at me.' "Eh? Why does he laugh at you?" Hamislen Inquired. "I don't know." answered Warren evenly. "I shall ask him sometime. Shall I send for him I" "Yes." Warren opened the door and sent oiie of his clerks with the message. Then be sat down, staring thoughtfully nt the smoke from Hampden's cigar. Hamislen took up a pad and pencil and began to mnke some calculations. "He won't do It." Warren said sud- denly. Hnmpden looked up "Why not?" from his penciling. "He's honest." "Aren't we honest?" Hnmpden demanded sharply. j you will have It. It Isn't a proismltlon that I can conscientiously recommend." "You Impeach my honesty?" "I do not go so far, sir. Honesty Is n matter of Intent. I think 1 understand you will conyour (stint of view-th- at vert their Idle coal, ns you say. Into an Income proierty and by starting a new Industry will Indirectly bctieflt the vf nolo volley, wnicn is prounoiy true. Hut the mlut Is that the coal, tho on !nilisicnnuie eiemeni in me suuawi.n. la theirs, and in return for it they should at least have control." "The conl has nlways been there "Well." John irald regretfully, "If furnish the Initiative and the brains and the money to make It use W I ful." "I see that. too. Hut don't you think Initiative of this sort Is ometlmes er "Do you know of any capital that will offer better terms than I dor "I do not." John confessed. "And It strikes me." ho added gravely, "that you arc taking ndvnntage of that fact to gouge" the word slipped out; be corrected himself hastily "to drive a close bargain with the fnrmers.' Hampden abruptly straignienen up "You may stick to In his chair. 'gouge.' Do I understand thnt you fuse tho Job?" " have trying to explain my I overcapitalized?" I ' ' After thirty-fiv- e years' acquaintance cam-palgul- smll-Ingl- exK-dltlon- s It Warren "We'ro answered calmly. "He is. We're try-- 1 Ing to take advantage legitimately, of course-- of the farmers In a bargain. the thing he likes to fight" "Not nt all," Hnmislen contradicted coldly. "This is a straight business reaious- "proposltlon, and I guess he'll not be "I'm not deeply concerned with your sentimental when we offer him, say, reasons." Ilnmixlen remarked shortly, stock. We can let He picked up n document and pointed-hiten thousand-- ln have that much without losing )y begun to peruse It Observing that control." John did not nt once tnko tho hint, he "Oh! "I don't think ho'll take It," Warren looked up. nodding carelessly auu us Good morning: insisteii wiinoui wnrmui. Isn't a fool. He doesn't need money. John rose, flushed under the curt disHe's the sort that people tako to, whe- missal and went out of the bank. ther he hns It or not. I'm not like that. "I told you so." Warren said. I've got to have money to get people's "Can't you say anything more origirespect. You're thnt kind too." nal than that?" Unmix! en exclaimed "Kb?" Hiimislen stared, half amus- Impatiently, Warren couldn't, ao ho ed, half angered by Warren's matter of held his peace. fact explanation. Wnrrcn was not In "What I'd like to know." Hampden the habit of talking of hluisef. "Turn- added reflectively, dropping tbo docued philosopher, have you? You'd better ment. "Is why Murchell let him be tick to banking, where you're at nominated. A young lawyer who rehome." fuses a big fee for sentimental reasons A few minutes Inter John entered the has no place In Murchell's machine." bank. Hampden greeted him cordially. ne wns talking to himself rather than Warren listened patiently while the to Warren, other men used up a few minutes In nut this was attacking whnt bad alpleasant preliminaries. They came at most attained the sanctity of a tradilist to the purpose of John's summons. tion, an Institution proudly cherished "I suppose you've heard of our coal by New Chelsea! "Murchell Is a smart proposition?" Hamislen suggested. man," Warren was moved to protest, "Yes." ho likes Dunmeade. And maybe a good deal of legal "and Is "Thero will be smart enough to guess that John work In connection with It." tho stock may lie worth In a few rapid, terse sentences Ilampden outlined his plan of organizaHampdeu looked at him sharply, but tion. Mindful of Warren's prediction Warren's face was as expressionless and seeing John's face grow gravely aa that of tho soldiers' monument. dubious he endeavored to mako his ex"Well." the capitalist reirjrked pbllo fact. planation quite matter of Murcbelia business, "Of course," he concluded, "you're sopbtcally, "It's nqjjnlne." familiar with the details. There Is (Continued next week.) nojjjlngjiew Id H10 plan" nothing-oven-tually." April 10, 1913. rich In potash, but deficient In phosphoric acid. It should, aa a rule, be used In connection with the solid dung, the one thus supplying the deficiencies of the other nnd making a tnoro evenly balanced manure. Itarnyard manure Is a very variable aubstnnce, Its composition and value depending mainly upon (li ago and kind of animal, (2i quantity and quality of food, (3i proportion of Utter and (4) method of management nnd age Ordinary barnyard manure properly cared for may le assumed to contain BARNTHIRD ARTICLE on tbe average one-haper cent each YARD MANURE. d of nitrogen nnd potash and per cent of phosphoric acid. Mature animals, neither gaining nor ly W. H. BEAl of (he Office of E losing weight, excrete practically nil the fertilizing constituents consumed erktKtt StitloM, Depirtaeit In the food. Growing anlmnts may ol Africa! tart. excrete as llttlo aa GO per cent of the fertilizing constituents of tbe food, milk cows excrete from (S3 to 85 per A CCOHWNCJ to recent statistics cent and fattening or working animals thers are In too United 8tate, from 85 to 03 per cent. As regards the fertilizing value of equal weights In round numbers, 10,r00,000 horses, mules, etc., 01,000,000 of manure In Its normal condition, probably stand In the cattle, 47,000,000 hog nnd 61,000.000 farm animals following order: Poultry, sheep, pigs, Kiporiments Indlcato ttint If horses and cows. sheep. these animals were kept In stalls or pens Tho amounts of fertilizing constituthrouibout the year and tlie manure ents In the manure stand In direct recarefully aaved tbe apiiroxlmate ralue lation to those In the food. Aa regards of I ho ftrtllUtng constituents of ttiu the value of manure produced, tbe conmanors produced bjr each bone or centrated feeding stuffs, such aa meat mutf annually would be $27, by each scrap, cottonseed meal, linseed meal and wheat bran, stand first: the lebead of cattle-- I'JO. by each bog S3 and guminous plants (clover, peas, etc.) seceach sheep by ond: the grasses third: cereals (oats, valThese estimate aro based on tbe corn, etc.) fourth, and root crops, such ues usually aligned tn ihophorlc aa turnips, beets and mangel wurzels, add, Ktuah and nitrogen In commer- last The nitrogen of the food exerts a cial fertilizers and aro posilbly souie-wba- t too high from a practical stand- greater Influence on tho quality of the point Professor HobcrU bas suggest- manure than any other constituent. It as a conservative estimate of Is the most costly fertilizing constitued f--0 ent It undergoes mure modification tbe tsIuh of tbe mauuro produced dur- In the nnlinnl stomach than tbe mining ret en winter months on a small eral constituents (potash and phosfarm carrjlug four horses, twenty phoric acid) nnd rapidly escapes from cows, fifty sheep and ten hoe. tbo manure tn fermentation. Tbe seof tbe cretion of urine Increases with tbe InIf we n sMi tun that annually lost by crease of nitrogenous substances In tho ralue of mauuro present luetbods of management, and food, thus necessitating the use of larger amounts of litter nnd affecting both tills estimate la undoubtedly a conservand value of the manure. loss from tbls tbe amount ative one. tbe total obvious, Htates, aa Indi- The use of watery foods, as Is source In tbe United bo produces tbe same result cated by tbe first figures, would Itarnyard manure rapidly undergoes about I708.4M.OOO. or, using ItobertV chnnge. When practicable to remove figures, tbe annual loss for each farm the manure and spread It on tbe field would amount to 183.33. at short intervals the losses of valuashould be clearly understood that It ble constituents need not be very great when the farmer sells meat, milk, vegetables, etc., from grain, bay, fruits, bla farm, or neglects to Bare and use the manure produced, bo removes from his noil a certain amount of potash, phosphoric acid and nitrogen that must sTflaHsVisam s be restored sooner or later If la to be maintained. Spring tht Tims to Haul. Bpeaklng of the loss of valuable constituents by lencblng. etc., tho Kansas statlou con eludes "that farmyard mnnuro must b hauled to the Held In spring, other kSsAMsHMattjBH wis the loss of mnnuro la sure to be very great, tbo wnsto In six months of tbo amounting to fully gross manure and nearly 40 icr cent of tbe nitrogen that It contained." It Is the prevailing opinion of chemHBBHButfBBBBBBBBBBBBBBmmH HMtftSMMSBHSJBKBHBKBHBBBKBHBBBH ists as well as practical men that apwhere It Is practicable It Is best to ply manure and urine to tho soli In UANU1IE WAUU.N WITH tbe freshest osslblo condition. Tbe LOAD1NO rnou luitN to wkaox. TBOLLKT fertilising constituents of well rotted msnure nre more quickly available to but when the manure must be stored plants, and the manure Itself Is less for some time the difficulties of presbulky ami easier to distribute. On tbe ervation are greatly Increased. The deterioration of manuro results other hand, fresh manure mixed with the soil readily undergoes a fermenta- from two chief causes, (al fermentation which not only Increases the avail- tion, whereby ultrogen. either as amability of Its own fertilizing constit- monia or in the gaseous state, is set uents, but also assists In rendering ' free, and (hi weathering or leaching, soluble tbe hitherto Insoluble fertiliz- which Involves a loss of tbe soluble ing constituents of the soil. In fact, fertilizing constituents. The loss from even with special precautions to pre- destructive fermentation may be largevent Injurious fermentation under tho ly prevented by the use of proper and by keeping the manure feet of the animals nnd In tho heap, tbe greatest return Is likely to be got moist nnd compact. Loss from leachfrom mauuro applied In the fresh con- ing may bo prevented by storage under Excover or In water tight pits. dition. tremes of moisture and temerature Methods of Applying Msnurs. In applying mauuro to the field three are to be avoided, nnd uniform and methods are pursued: First, the ma- moderate furmeutntlon Is the object to nure la placed In larger or smaller bo sought To this end It la advisable beapa over the field and allowed to re- to mix the manure from tbe different main some time before being spread; animals thoroughly In the heap. second. It Is broadcasted nnd allowed Effsct of Fresh Manurt. Where Improvement of the mechanto lie on the surface for some time or Is ical condition of the soil Is tho principlowed In Immediately, and. third. It applied In the hill or drill with the pal ouject sought fresh manure la best adapted for this purKe to heavy soils seed. It haa been the general experience and well rotted manure to light soils. that probably the best way to utilize Where prompt action of the fertilising barnyard mauuro Is In combination constituents is desired the best results with such materials as supplement and will probably bo obtained by applying conserve Its fertilizing constituents. fresh manure to the light soils, alCertain substances, such aa kalnlt and though excessive applications In this superphosphate, which are sometimes case should bo avoided on account of employed as preservatives, may also tho danger of "burning out" of tbe soil be used to advantage to Improve tbe In dry seasons Fresh manure bas a fertilizing value of the manure, but It forcing effect and Is better suited to la necessary to do more than thle If a early garden truck, grasses and forage well balanced fertilizer U desired, for. plants than to plants grown for seed, as has been shown, barnyard manure such as cereals, or to fruits. Direct considered simply as a supplier of ni- applications to root crops, aucb as sugtrogen, phosphoric acid and potash la ar beets and otatoca, or to tobacco comparatively poor. often prove Injurious. The manure should bo spread when carried to the and Usd. Should Be Summarizing the experience of ob- field nnd not left In heaps to leach. The rate of application must bo deservation In the use of bnrnyard It may 1m said thnt it Is tho most termined by Individual circumstances. Important manurlnl resource of tbe As a rule It Is bettor to manure lightform and abotild be carefully aaved ly and frequently than to apply a large It represents fertility, amount nt longer Intervals. and used. One of the best ways to utilize barnwhich Is drnwn from tbe soil and tuust be returned to It If productive-oes- s yard manure Is to apply It in connecIt uot only tion with such fertilizing materials as Is to be maintained. enriches the soil with the nitrogen, supplement Its fertilizing constituents. phosphoric acid and (totnsh, but It also These materials may be either comrenders tbe stored up materials of the posted with the manure or used sepsoil more available. Improves the me- arately, except In rase of a nitrate, chanical condition of tho soil, makes it such aa nitrate of soda, which should warmer and enables It to retain more never be composted with bnrnyard ma- n nure on account of danger of denltrlfl-catiomoisture. and loss of ultrogen. As Is well urine Is by far .the moat valuaTbe ble part of tbe excreta of animals. It known, barnyard manure Is lasting In Is especial1 rich In readily available Its effects and In many caaes need not nitrogen, ifnlcb rapidly escapes Into be applied so frequently as tbe more tbe air if spedal precaution are not toluble and quick noting superphostaken to prevent Its loss. It U also phates and potaah and nitrogen salts THE CITIZEN Page Scrcn TJceaslonal articles have been printed calling attention to the fact that e men were reaping the vast profits which rightfully belonged cold-storag- HOME COURSE INTENSIVE FARMING Conducted by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S. Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator IN SCIENTIFIC RAPE Kapo a grown In tho United Status primarily as a forago plant, but In Europe it Is qui to widely grown, main, ly for U10 production of oil from the seeds. This oil Is 'used for llliimlnntln purposes, for table use and for lubricr tlon. Ilnpo belongs to the cabhago family and haa tbo fleshy character of tho loaf of cabbago. In shape and goncral appcaranco tho leaves rescm-bl- o tboso of tho rutabaga or stock turnip, but the roots aro like tboso Tho leaves grow very rank and aro awoct and tender. The plants grow to a height of ono to four foot, depending upon soil and season. Tho principal uses of rnio for forago aro for pasture or soiling for sheop, hogs and sometimes cattle. It is, ofcourso, Impossible to euro mpo so that It may bo used for hay, neither Is It satisfactory for silage purposes. When pastured tho stock should bo turned on when tho plnnta reach tho proper size, usually six to tight weeks. IJoforo it Is eaten down vory closely tho stock should be removed In order t glvo tho planU an opportunity to "end up new leaves. If bandied Inthla way a field will furnish pasturage for a long period. When used for soiling punoscs, that Is, cut and fed, rapo should not bo cut too closely or It will bo killed. If cut from 4 to C indies high three cuttings can often be secured. When sheep or cattle arc turned on rains it Ib well to glvo them somo dry feed previously or they may bloat seriously, cspcclully If the rape Is wet. Hogs aro not affected, however, and can bo turned on at any time. Tho greatest danger from bloating occurs when first turning on the pasture, for after stock become accustomed to feeding on It they can bo turned directly on rapo without much danger. Stock will sometimes refuse to eat rapo readily at first, but thev soon learn to relish It. If fed to dairy cattle, rapo should bo feed after the milking period, othcrwlso tho milk is Hablo to havo a cabbago flavor. Ilape Is very palatahlo and makes a splendid feod to uso In connection with grain for fattening hogs and sheep. It la very cheaply grown and Its use will In many cases greatly cheapen meat production. Those who havo grown It aro very enthusiastic In Its pralsu and consider It their most of cabbage. AGRICULTURE profltablo crop. It Is not suitable for feeding alono, for although very nutritious It contains a largo omount of water and would require tho consumption of too great a bulk In order to satisfy tho animal. Itape requires rich land, In fact It cannot bo too rich. Tbo addition of manuro and In somo cases, nitrogen fortlllzcrs, Is necessary to glvo the maximum yield. Tho land for rapo should bo well prepared and finely MM COLD STORAGE EGG INDUSTRY Infallible Rule It for Parmer to Mar kst Product aa Boon aa Possible Aftar Laid. (By M. M. HASTINGS.) e lf one-tblr- JJ. '. one-tblr- 1 produc-tlveneit- JKKESU The cold storage egg Industry la a pulverized. Tho seed may bo sown development of the last twenty-fir.very early and until as lato as Aug- years. Undoubtedly the Industry as ust. It takes a rather bard freeze to a whole baa been of great benefit to egg producer and egg consumer, injuro rapo and It will furnish pastur- bothhaa tended and toward the leveling of age until nearly Christmas If lato the price of eggs throughout the year plantings aro made. It Is usually and has resulted in a large Increase In largo enough to pasture In four to tbe fall and winter consumption. This means a larger total demand and a eight weeks. Itape seeds arc very small, about consequent Increase In price. Owing to the fact that eggs are llko black mustard seed. Three to flvo pounds aro sufficient to sow an spoiled by hard freezing, they must be kept higher, temperature acre. It may bo sown broadcast and meat at a butter. Temperaturesthan of and harrowed in lightly or covered with a ' from 29 to 32 degrees Fahrenheit are - J used in cold storaae of eggs. At such brush as Is sometimes done with turnip seed. Sowing in drills 2 Inches temperatures the eggs, It kept In moist apart is considered by ninny the best air, become moldy or musty. To pres storway to plant it. It is claimed that vent this, the air In a stock will not tramp the plants so j age room Is kept moderately dry, badly when sown In this way, as they which shrinks the eggs, though much more slowly than would occur withhavo a tendency to keep between the out storage. The growth of bacteria rows. In addition sowing in drills al- - ' In cold storage la practically preventlows for cultivation and in weedy land ed. If bacteria are In the eggs when this Is, of course, an advantage. Kapo T 7 can be used as a catch crop In many cases to advantage, liy disking laud after the removal of wheat or oats and sowing rape, some good fall pasture can often bo secured. Hape can be sown in oats about 3 weeks after tho oau aro up and not Interfere with tho growth of tho oats to any great extent. After tho removal of the oats tho rapo grows rapidly and quickly furnishes good pasture. The seed are sown broadcast and covered with a harrow If care Is taken tho young oats Egg Room In a Large Eastern e will be injured very little. Mapc may Plant. cultialso be sown in corn at the last stored, the growth will be checked, vation and furnish late fall pasture. but There is but one variety widely eggsactivity will begin again when the are warmed up. grown In this country. This Is the Speaking generally, the can first-clas) to the farmer, and advising the farmer to send his own eggs to the storage house or to preserve them by other meant. As a matter of fact, the cold storage of eggs hat not of late years been particularly profitable, there having been severe losses during several seasons. Even were the profits of egg storing many times greater than they are, the above advice would still be) unwise, for the storing, removing aad selling of the farmer's Individual case) of eggs would eat up alt possible profit When eggs In the hands of large operators are properly preserved la cold storage, the best and most methods known are in reality at the farmer's service. Because of the severe competition that prevails la egg storing, the farmer is paid all the Increase In price which the bustneet will stand. A comparison of the summer prices of eggs now with summer prices before days of cold storage wilt substantiate the truth of this statement. effl-cle- Use Charcoal Freely. Charcoal should be freely need in the poultry yard. Pounded fine aad mixed with the soft feed fed to the fowls, It cleanses the system of impurities. As It acts upon the blood It acts upon the life of the fowl. When the blood Is thick and clotty, a dull, sick chicken will soon follow. Thla blood means vigorous circulation, and on a good circulation of blood, health largely depends. It your fowls lack activity, they need something to stir the blood out of Its sluggishness. It Is AA place, and when needed, grind or pound some fine and mix with toft food. best to keep the charcoal in a dry ft Turkey Growing. Turkey growers In middle Tennessee report a very poor crop thla season. Not 20 per cent, of the poultry hatched were raised, owing to the cold while the poults were very young. AH told, there will be scarcely half an average crop. Do give the later summer-hatchechicks a chance to eat their meals without being run over by older birds. Excited men and women make excited birds, and that haa a bad effect on the mechanism of Cold-storag- the birds. Sell all the old hens that you do not Intend to winter. At this season they command a reasonably good price In market. Get In your winter supplies and utensils this Includes the Incubators and brooders, and what new stock you must purchase. Tou may think you know a good deal about how to raise poultry, but the deeper you go into it the more surprises you will find. cold-storag- e be secured of Dwarf Essex. Seed almost any soedman. It should always be bought by samplo and tested for germination before being accepted. Tho seed costs from seven to ten cents tcr pound. E. J. Kinney, Asst. Agronomist, Ky. Agricultural Experiment Station. 1 w KBVkSHXl oue'-hal- f THE REAL VALUE OF GOOD ROADS They Are Chief Essentials Growth of Prosperity. In HsElViBiBBBH BOARD OF CONTROL NEEDED Several Altrt Businese Man, an Experienced Lawyer and a Competent Engineer Would Make an Ideal Organization to Handle Work. A busy, growing nation such I egg, while not unwholesome, Is Inferior In flavor and strength of white egg to a fresh egg. The can be very nearly duplicated In gross appearance and quality by allowing egsg to stand for three or four weeks eggs, In a dry room. when In case lots, can be told by the candlor because of the uniform shrinkage, the presenco of mold on cracked ment and only .11 I pounds on the &uft eggs, and perhaps, the occasional sand road. These figures nre only ap- presence of certain kinds of spot rots proximately correct, since they are av- peculiar 'to Btorage stock; but the abvulm-s- . erage but sufficiently' close to solute detection of a single give us some Idea of the relative value egg by candling Is, so far as of good and poor road surfaces. Ilcfore the writer knows, impossible. fully realize any district or stnto With the present prevailing custom the value of goml roads special action of holding fall eggs without storage This facilities. It is frequently true that on Its part must Ik- - necessary. action must embrace three things a eggs placed In cold storage In April iioupolltlcnl organisation whose pur- are superior to current fall and early e eggs are pose H to provide good roads, a prac- winter receipts. tical and economical construction nnd usually sold wholesale as goods, but are retailed simply as maintenance. There should be one or more good "eggs." The fall eggs offered to the conbusiness men on the board of control. A lawyer of some years' experience sumer cover' every Imaginable variation In quality, and the poorest ones sold may or may not be stock, e Cold-storagcold-storaCold-storagcold-storag- e cold-storag- e water cures and prevents cholera, diarrhoea and other chick diseases. One 60c bottle makes 12 cations of medicine At alt druggist. Sample and booklet on of Fowls" seut KKEK. Bourbon Remedy Co. loiaftw, ty. CIRC down a chick's throat cures Sapes. A few droi.s In tbe Of BOURBON POULTRY- - as ours certainly requires Internal Improvements to keep pace with our prosperity. Our prosperity Is measured by Industrial activities nnd such activities aro scattered In all parts of our great commonwealth. There are several essentials to promote tills growth, and ono of the chief ones Is good roads. Investigations have shown that tbe average horse can exert at a walking pace a traction pull of about to of his weight. Assuming this to be shout tbe correct value, what effect will the kind of road have upon tbe load the horse Is able to pull? On one-elgbtone-tent- h TOOK ISOlNIEltlNO WOKK HOAD HUt.NKD THIS aBssaBBHBsai BBBBBaejpeaBBiABaaaaaBSBsaaBji BBBBDPIar .shmsssbs 8vd ma-nu- I should be a member and there should be represented on tbe board of control nn engineer who knows his business. The engineer should also be chief enwith as gineer of the construction many assistants as necessnry to csrry Some 011 tho work of road building. have states of our commonwealth made the state engineer the chief engineer of a road commlsslou whose personnel Is composed of business men, lawyers and engineers who receive no snlary and are apolnted by the governor of the state for u definite iierlod of time. There ure several methods of organization, and only exjterlence will ellmlnute the undesirable elements, leaving tbe good. What might lx successful In one part of the country may In another. Italpb bo unsuccessful Parshall. Colorado Agricultural College. To Aid Roadmaking. Owing to the large amount of good roads construction now In progress in Louisiana a state highway engineer has been appointed who will he nt tbe sendee of nil parishes to Indicate proper methods of mad voiistructlou and to see that roads once built are properly W. E. Atkinson of Mouros protected. bns beeu appointed to tbo new position, lie la a graduate civil euglueer who has been In charge of much road conIb "Young man, when you buy a buggy, be sure it '9 a Studebaker" Sound advice from the man who has been driving one for twenty years. When you buy a Studebaker buggy you nre buying all the skill, experience and science in buggy building that half a century can produce. You are protecting yourself against the mistakes of younger builders. You will always be of the Studebaker nameplale, for there isn't a buggy on the road that is its equal for style, luxury and good looks. Flexible bent-reac- h KSBf TUB DHAO AT WOBK. an asphalt pavement It requires thirty to seventy pounds pull to move one ton, on a sand road 100 to 200 pounds pull to move tbe same load. We might conclude that tho limits are as 30 to 260 pounds for tbe best to tbe poorest surface. Tbls one horse, say, of 1,000 pounds weight could draw a load of Ave tons ou the smooth asphalt pave struction ner, plugless body, double-ironeshafts, are a few of the special Studebaker features. The new shifting rail is enough in itself to make you buy a Studebaker buggy. d close-fittin- g gear, graceful lines, solid cor- Trwki Milk W.i.u likBa Dump Wcm St our Dtaltr or urilt ui. STUDEBAKER NEW YOBK MINNSATOUS CHICAGO SALT LAKJL DALLAS SAN CITY South Bend, Ind. KANSAS CITY CENVKB rKANClSCO fOBTLANO, OSX. roulaiana. A' Paqe Eight. THE CITIZEN. April 10, 1013. Two friends of mine have framed mottoes hanging In their rooms. One says In dlsagroenlio black tyio: "Life Mini tifti lr.nl! y lit tutu lit tint Ho ertepoec Is only ono cross after another'" Hut ot food Itth. Write pUlnljr. li not (or piMlcitloa, kit i tho second motto sings happily In red letters (our Inches lilch: "IjiiikIi If It you always. And when they come In kills you, nnd you'll die with a smile ANNOUNCEMENT homo from Loulsvlllo last week after tho door, blotting out tho sun- Jon your face." having an ocratlon performed is do- nt light with their cold, thick wings, lovo I .Which motto is tho best? ChrisFor Representative ing well. James Anderson who has nnd light and happiness disappear tian Herald. Wo aro authorised to announce W. been In tho army for tho past three Reynolds of Jackson County as r years R. and hla brother, llobert, who tho Sunday School at Maple Grove, hero tho latter part of last week. candidate for Representative from thu has been at Lexington for ono year Sunday. Miss Mnttlsha Singleton and Mr. and Mrs. Will McCollum made n Counties of Jackson, Owsley and Clay have returned homo to stay this rum- Mr. W. Singleton were In Mt. Vernon, business trip to Clay County, Sntur-dabefore tho Ucpubllcan voters nt the. mer. llcllo Flanery of Grecnhnll vis- Tucd3ay. Miss Ella Adams of Your votes aru and on their return stopped over August Primary 1913. was tho guoat of her sister, Mrs. (adJ ited her uncle, L. J. Peters, last Satrespectfully solicited. urday. Tho Country talk now Is a Stella Loswcll, Saturday and Sunday. night with relatives nt Island City. Mrs. Ida Burch Knvo a candy social, railroad thru this vicinity which we Mrs. Molllo Singleton nnd daughter, Tuesday night. Heads are In n very LOST EVERYTHING IN HAMILTON hopo will bo realized In tho near fu- Mary, visited relatives hero, Satn bad condition. The Conkllug mall Jame3 Spurlock and family urday and Sunday. ture. FLOOD Miss Myrtle delayed four daya the latter part of havo moved back to their old home Mason attended church at Pine Hill, last week on account of high water Tho CltUcn Is In receipt of letters near Prlvctt. Tho high waters didn't Sunday. John Robinson nnd family Threo twelve foot oplar logs wero Mr. David Turner of Adela.Clay do much damago In this locality. to from of this placo has moved to Co u way takeu from Mrs. Emily McCollum'H County, written by his daughter, Mrs. Lucy Peters Is nblo to bo out of bed mako their future homo. Mrs. Hat-tl- o place, the value of which nmounted stating again. Mrs. W. I). Mctcalf Is ImprovNancy Held of Hamilton, O., Mason who has been In poor everything they tiosscssed, with ing some. Eva Peters Is attending health Is Improving. Mrs. Bud Wil- to that ciiw citi:i:K tho exception of the clothes they had school at Annvillo tills spring. Sher- liams was In Orlando, Monday. Cow Creek, Apr. 4. Circuit Court on, was washed away in the flood, man Smith will leave this week to HOCKFOHII is In session at Hoonevllle. V. It. .and appealing to her father and attend school at Annvlllc. Rockford, Apr. 7. C. I. Ogg and Gabbard sold to Sherman Howlund of houseKKKHY KXOII brother for money to start to family o( Berca and Mr. and Mrs. Whlto Oak several hogs for 6 els, Sunday Kerby Knob, April 6. keeping again. part are as follows: School at this place has been chang- J. C. Bullcn visited Mr. Win. Lltnlllo per pound. John Noble, an old citizen Tho lettore in Sunday.-Thc- rewill be of this place, died last week. Then and family, ed from 10 o'clock In tho morning unDear Father: Sunday School at tho Union church has been a good deal of hIcKihss In A flood struck us Tuesday and last- til 2:30 In tho afternoon. Wo hoe at Scaffold Cane next Sunday nt 3 this vicinity for the last few weeks. ed until Thursday evening. Wo were to havo better attendance. Oran and p. m. Bro. Culton preached at tho J. K. Gabbard has nUnuloiitd upstairs and the water was up to the Bess Click are visiting home folks Bro. church last Sunday. of moving to his property in step and ready to como In on a few days. Sadie Powell, accompani- Baptist last Fish expects to preach at the Union Booncvllle this spring. This section d us. Wo had to go from our house to ed by her cousin, Elsie Williams, Vlars of tho county was visited by one of Sunday. Bculah her parents, Saturday and Sun- church next another through the windows, crosswho has been sick for so long Is slow- tho worst storms for man) yearn on ing on1 two bed rails. John hud gono day. Win Iteeco has returned home ly Improving. Aunt Helen Gulnn is Mar. 22. Wednesday nlgl't of last week to work and did not get to us until from Ohio where he had gone In Brtn and wo had heavy thunder nnd a large Thursday when ho waded In water search of his two sons whom he ablo to bo out again. arms. We wero In the house feared had been drowned 111 the flood. John Stephens visited Mr. nnd Mrs. tide. South Fork river wns fuller than up to his Mr. It had been for twenty yearn. Thi fifty-fohours without anything to Ho found them allrlght. A baliy girl L. P. Martin, Sunday. Born to boy. Ills prospects are excellent for a g'Kd eat and of course became very weak arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs Win. Rich, a fine Clyde. Aunt Vina fruit crop this year. from the nervous strain and want ' jonn Durham, April uth. Xolu Clem-o- f namo Is James day last wcoit ond food. mons has been seriously 111 for tho Crouchcr died one M:ii.vri.iN "The flood came very unexiected- - past week. O. J. Rogers of Mote, was burled In tho grave yard at ScafSebastian, Apr. 7. Died April 4th, ly, tho largest reservoir breaking ow- - Madison County, stayed over night fold Cane. Ethel and Ruby Stephens Mrs. Margaret Rice. Her death was We saved noth- - I with James Click, Saturday night are visiting their grand parents, .Mr. ing to n cloud-burs- t. we had on. Wo had enrouto to wind Cave. lne but what Just recently furnished our house. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY "John was in ancthcr house which WILSON FAVORITE l'OF.M OF PR ESI IIOONE by a floating house and was struck Boone, Apr. 7. The fifth Sunday Tfo trrm. ita fnnndallnno wv V tfcVn ' nieetlug was held last Sunday at Fair OPPORTUNITY caught to a telephone post and I View, conducted by tho Rev. Bryant swam to another house, and when It f Cartersvllle. Mrs. Matte Coylehas By Edward Rowland Sill floated away swam to another and recently moved to Munlco, Ind.. wheru . ao on. He had no change of clothing will make her home. Mrs. Car- s"0 from Tuesday until Thursday night,' This I btliclil or dreamed it in a dream; rol Martin is very sick. Nuto Mer- and part of thi time his clothing There ;pread a cloud of dust along the plain, acle of Conway was tho guest of A. was frozen on nlm. 7 And underneath tlie cloud, or in it, raged ID. Levett, Sunday. Mrs. Jno. North- "And wo wero not the only people .. A furious battle, and men yelled, and swords .Kaa ot tn,s PlacJ visited her slater, to suffer In this way. There were JJrs. Robert Harris, of near B . e Hill, Shocked upon swords and shields. A prince's banner thousands of others, and Just how . last week. Ben ', Bla r of this place .many are dead cannot yet bo told. Wavered, then staggered backward, hemmed by foes. nent to Harlan County last week. "The house I was In washed away . A craven hung along the battle's edge 8 io' h,e " coal about an hour after I was rescued. It ' "J And thought, " Had I a sword of keener steel y" is awful to think that we now have The blue blade that the king's son bears but this nothing for ourselves and little chll- - . e,r1' 3rd' Blunt thing ' " he snapped and Hung it from his hand, nkl?' dren. But, as I have said, there are of near Brinel Ridge many that arc In the same cond! And lowering crept away and left the field. passed thru Boone, Saturday. Oscar tlon. wounded, sore bestead Then came the king's son Rich "John saw a faiher pull threo of Itoone,of Rockford visited friends In and saw the broken sword. And weaponless Saturday night. Geo. Lamb his llttlo children out of the water of Berva was with home folks, SunHilt hurried in the dry and trodden sand, dead and lay them one by one on day. Ethel Young of Snider visited And ran and snatched it, and with battle shout boxes. Ho has not found his wife Slnda Lovett, Sunday. .Mtb. Bettle Lifted afresh lie hewed the enemy down, and sister yet. King visited her father and mother, "We have spent all tho money we And saved a great cause that heroic day. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 1'oynter, Sunday. had except $1.93, and I shall have III.SI'UTANTA to ask you to help us start life again. Dlsputanta, Apr. 5. Ernest, the Wo will repay you as soon as we can. little son of J. H. Thomas, has been - very sudden, and is thougin to Your daughter, do very sick but is better. Mrs. Mar ami Mrs. A. F. Abney of near UisNancy Held, garet Shearer 13 not Improving very putanta. Wlllard Todd visited Berta duo to spinal trouble. .Our deepest 30 We6t Falrvlew, Hamilton, O. much. Bro. Will Rowlett attended and John Stephens, Saturday night, sympathy goes out to her bereaved Bert Martin visited Hugh Llnville ones. Born to Mr. and Mrs. KIII111 church at Clear Creek, today. W. S. JACKSON COUNTY Saturday night. W. C. Vlars, J. W. Carmack, April 2nd, a fine girl. -Shearer has about 100 cords of bark ISAACS Mra. D. B. Gabbard, who has been Todd and J. YV. Bullen went to Isaaci. Apr. 4. Farmers are about to l,eel tbla spring. John Young had Sunday. Henry Bowman and sick so long, Is bllghtly better. a bad ca of uld poisoning but Is done sowing oats and are very busy Conway were In Scaffold Floyd Wilder and Riley Gabbard are preparing for corn crops David York 80,110 better new. J. D. Thomas of wlfo of new ground for I). II. Gnb- "ear w llul0 was visiting his brother Cane, Sunday. Dan and Mae McCol- clearing a has traded his land to a part of C. lum visited Lula and Harris Durham, bard. Our farmers are progressing Cope's land. Arch Baldwin, who has ono mgnt last week. Bora to Mr. Sunday. Next Saturday and Sunday nicely with their spring work. Arka been seriously 111 with blood poison and Mrs. Leo .Montgomery, a girl. John McGuIro got his hand nearly tre regular church days at Fair View. Gabbard vlcltcd relatives ou Squabfrom a boll on his hand, is Improvto ble Creek last Sunday. Blllle ing. Frances Davis Is sick. R. E. mashed off ono day this week. The Bro. Childress of Johnetta exacts Is hauling goods for Mrs. M. preach. Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. P. floods of last week did considerable Taylor Is hauling lumber to Racoon Gabbard from Tnllega, this week. damage on Davl3 Branch nnd Clear Martin, a fine boy. Creek In Laurel County. Tlllle York iWvcral cases of measles are In the Creek. Elijah Abney's barn burued was a guest of Sarah Davis, Thurs OWSLEY COUNTY vicinity at present. Mr. NVal, the last MoD(la' It caught fire from a day. We aro glad to state that Mrs. (IIMiUMI Cortland missionary, was here one Mw ,ul11, Ho Iosl about half of his Mlnnlo Llttlo Is Improving some. Conkllng, April. 3. Born to Mr. and day thlB week Several of tho peoplo of this placo i cor,n a"1' a11 hls harness and wagons, Mrs. Wade Allen, the li.lth, a boy. Ills nM:v I'aylor Anglin, son of Bill Auglln, aro very anxious to hear from their namo la Pearl. Mrs. Vina Williams, t Posey, Apr. 4 Tho heavy rain last of Hl place, dropped a in tho flooded towns of Ohio. formt-'rrelatives who was very olck last week, wo are WOek caused considerable damage. havo been rescued and wrote to1 'rom n holster and shot hlm- - glad to report better. From a dozen Tho MIssob Olllo Hugh and Nunnlo back while others are unheard of as self dying instantly. Ho was laid to to fifteen iicrsons in this vicinity are Pendleton visited Scovlllo Rldgo list rest In tho Witt graveyard. Taylor yet. Miss j Thursday night. Mra. Goo. MulnoiiH recovering from tho measles. Abney Is putting up some wire fence rWVKTT Myrtlo Wilson who has been In the and Sirs. Melvln Dooley am still sick, Prtvott, Apr. D. Tho farmers in this week. hospital at Berca with measles re- Miss EHxaheth Scovlllo visited Mr. this vicinity think tho peaches are Oltl.AMIO nnj ji,g Sherman Rowland last turned homo a few days not killed. Wo aro having some very Orlando, Apr. 7. Mrs. Frank Slng- is seriously 111 with puctituon't ur,iay n, Sunday. Fred Malnous w nlco weather. Tho farmers are mak- - , leton and children of Winchester are Mrs. Chas Evcrsolo of Boonvvllle re- - improving very elowly from spinal Ing good uso of it plowing for corn visiting .Miss Martisha Singleton this cently sold her farm 011 tho left hand monlngitls. Circuit Court Is In and getting their oats nnd grass bow- - week. Misa Mary Durham wbb among of Island Creek to Jefferson Gay slon at Boonovillo at present. Miss ed. Court is In session at McKte her relatives on Crooked Creek tho for $1,500 Tho terrific wind and re- - Carrlo J. Rowland visited thoMlssa this week. Mllllo Ward who came first of tho week. Several attended cent flood did considerable damNclllo and Graeo Jackson hut Sunhavo day. On account of tho measles the ago. Farmers In this section their oats sown, and nro busily engag- Cllfty Sunday School Is being txiorly ed In other necessary farm work. .1. attended. W. Anderson and family paid 11 recent GABBARD COUNTY j visit to Mr. and Mrs. Ell Taylor. PAINT I.ICK. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Scale of .Major Paint Lick, Apr. C Born to Mr. and guests of Tom Holcomb and wero tho wlfn Kinntnv.MVrnnk Ilnrfh U'nft re- - Mrs. Bluford Jennings last Monday, n " Gabbard came rom celved Into tho love and fellowship of ' Maee- - Cleveland. O., to attend bis fathers the Primitive Baptist church at donla nt our last meeting, "aptlsm was funeral. Hut owing to high waters lato.-Ro- bert Peters deferred till tho next regular meet- - " ,am,,y ,t0 ,ul tht''rn,!W .nDl1 ing which will bo tho fourth Saturday purehasod from Mr. request 10"10 and Sunday In Aprll.-U- pou East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else !! The Two Mottoes Is a disease that must not by pills and powders nnd tonics, but by smiles and BongB and laughter. For If tho llttlo blue Imps find thnt it Is easy to pound lines Into your face nnd turn your heart Into lead they will stay with Melancholia from jour home. bo overcomo, I y, a clearing yesterday with about 20 hands. Ho got n nice lot of work SILENCE BROKEN dono. Died, Mar. 13th, Aunt Cella Ward. Sho was M years of age. John MnyB and family are plnnnlng to go to Oregon to innku their fu- ACCUSATION FLUNQ AT AMBASSADOR WIL80N 8ENORA REture home. Sunday School Is proPEATS CHARGES OF gressing nicely at Hradshaw. H. English has stopped all of his work hands ROJA8. In tho woods on account of Ids railroad being damaged by tho recent Derains. Miss Maggie (irllfie was the Former Secretary of State Knox sired to Investigate Overthrow, guest of Miss Hnttlu Metcnlf, SunSays Washington Official. day night. Mrs. Clair Hoggs has been very sick. Isaac Majs nnd E. L. GrifKcrvlc. '"trrn .NVmBirr Union .N fith went to Travelers Rest, .Monday, New York. Senora Sara Perez cn business. Edward Judd nnd Uliani 1. M.ulcro, IS Ma-der- Ho-r- tin-Ide- vls-ito- Jr., murdered Prealdent of Mexico, broke the silence she has maintained since the killing of her hunliand on UtuitKi. iii:i:k. February 22, to lay the moral tespnn-nihilitLaurel Creek, Apr. 7. Wet weath-for his death at the door of Wilson. still continues and the farmers are United Slates Ambassador Sfiuira Mudero repeals the cliargns getting lielilnd with their work. The recent flood was the largest evr tiled nt Washington by Luis Manuel llojas ngalust Henry Lane Wilson. known on Laurel Creek, damaging rcnH.1tUm.1l nnd farmers of Clay Coun- She mnkes Ihein her on If permitted (0 Hurlen ty sovernl thousand dollars. J. H. do nt, of dlM'loiture. Senora Madero will tell hor Howurd, a wealthy merchant nud f.im. t(irv to United Stales government er of this place, who has been In New' heads, she says Ambassador Wilson. Mexico for some time for his laalth, I nho declares, had knowledge In ad' writes that he will return In "May vnnre of tho coup d'etat, which overHe nnd take his family back with Mm, threw tho Madero gowrnuioul, and make his futuir ' homo In New ' conferred with lluerla nil I lie dlspotlof J,"1,,'ro ,ini1 vlCM President Charley Baker returned Mexico. homo from Heron n few days ngo, rino Miarcz nun auriseu ino uiciaiui to "do what bo thought bent fur the where he has liven In school the Intererts of the country" In so many I'hu death angel past three months. words Senora Madoro declares Anv visited the home of J. II. Ilornsby barK.'idor Wilson Informed her that at Lynn and took his li.lovid in- Pino Suarez could not he reloaded, hut fant, Cecil. The remains wore brouxht would hate "to disappear," b) which the Senora understood that he was la to this place and laid to rest In th Drown Mission cemetery. Luther Mar. die. gan was In Jackson County on busir Mays of Buck Creek have been visiting friends nnd relatives of this placo. widow of Kranclccu y - "" ness tho u five returned homo iiast week. (i. U. Morgan a few days ago from onrs stay In Arkansas OLD CUSTOM REVIVED Washington. Woodrow Wilson will to tho bouse of representative! Tuesday afternoon and personally read to tho assembled senate and house of representatives of the Sixty third congress tho message which he has written on the tnritT. It will bt the first time In a llttlo more than 130 jears that such a thing has been Washington and Adams supdono. plied tho only precedent. The custom died with the dure of Adam's term. go UNITED STATES NEWS Continue! Iiotu Mi;r our I 1)1-N- ', I l VmTM1"' i"" ftoY Be-re- a, Wll-Ha- , HOT BISCUIT, hot cakes, made with ROYAL Baking Powder are deiioious, healthful and easily made. Eld. W. Anderson accompanied by Chas. Hurch visited Rockcastle J. I church, the Cth Saturday and Sunday, tho result being an excellent meet- Ins and an addition to tho church. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. McCollum and chll- dren of Island City visited relatives Calves Extra $12.75ftl3, fair to good $10ft12.25, common and large death penalty. $7.50ftll. MISS ROSEVElP MARRIED Hogs Light shippers and pigs exMiss Ethel Roosevelt, the joullgesl 60c lower. Setremely dull daughter of Colonel Roosevelt was lected heavy nnd 25c to to choice pack$10, good married In Christ's Episcopal Church ers and butchers $9. 95ft 10, mixed at Oyster Bay last Friday to Dr. Rich- packers $D.75ftl0, stags $fiff7.C0. com ard Derby. Only thu closest friends mnii to choice heavy fat sows $7ft! light $8.25ft9.60; plgi and relatives of the bride were pres- !l.50. lbs andshippers$5ft7.50. less) (100 ent. Sheep Extra $6.60, good to choice O. O. P. COMING HACK $Cft'C.40, common to fair $4 li 5.75, In tho niayorullty election In St. Lnmbs Extra $9.50, good to cholc last Friday thu Republican can- $9ft9.40, common to fair $Gft8.75, didate, Henry W. Kelt received a pluFATALLY SHOT. rality vote of 2,l.iy over John R. Democrat. Tho Progressive canRudolph Warren, non of Havana. didate, who wus endorsed by Colonel Jere Warren, a prominent sugar Roosevelt, received only l.Gll votes planter, died In a hospital hero from out of 125,000 cast. n pistol wound In the nbdomen which ha received In a duel with Hannibal wealthy Cuban Mesa, member oa-- Mrs. l8aacS nnlo Brock-ElEvery teacher In Kentucky bliould family, a Tho two of a men recently young ,na and daughter, Pearl, visited her attend tho Louisville meeting of Hi" had several physical encounters, and uoU,r. ' Va,V (Ia"baru' haturUa' Kentucky Educational ABsociutlon on nro reputed to bo rivals ftfa woman'i nml Sunday' April 30, May 1, 2 and 3. Don't slay nffectlons. As a result Mesa chalCLAY COUNTY at homo and iiiIsm the friction with lenged Warren, which, according to other brains which Is so beneficial In the Cuban code, conferred the choice mi ncv Muncy, Apr. 3. Grant Mays hud rubbing off angleii and awkwardness. of weapons on Warren. bos-foSll-mod. es eept for the oto of tho Vice Presl dent, hut the work of thu legislature since has thrown the balance decide-l- y In favor of the that party now having a majority of six. REWILL RECOGNIZE CHINESE PUBLIC Tho new administration at Washington through the Secretary of State notified thu Repres'-ntatlvcof tho foreign governments of tho Intention of tho United Stall's to recognize the new Chinese Republic on April Mil. The note of the Secretary concluded by requesting consorted action on tho part of tho various nations. ONLY ONE LACKING Tho legislature of Penns)lvuula lust week ratified the amendment to the Constitution providing for the election of United States Senators. Pennsylvania being the 3fith, only ono more necessary to make the amendstato Possibly before this ment effective. ll read there may be a seventeenth amendment to the Constitution of the United States. AMERICAN SUFFRAGETTE IN ENG LISH PRISON Miss Zellle Eut'-rsoan American militant suffragette. Is In an English prison, sentenced for excessive militancy. Reports of cruel treatment hne reached this country, and the Stale Department has lioeu asked to make an Investigation. It Is doubtful If tho government will tuke a step that on Its face is 1111 Interference with English court procevdure. PRESENT, THO IN MlDDLKSIIORO Tho legislature of Tennessee last week proceeded to pa the Hot tlun over the governor's veto, nllhuugh 31 of tho members of the body were ab- sent from the state In Midrib'tilro. A motion to call for a iiuorum was voted down, and thu absent members counted as present, and not voting. The fight now will go (roin the legulatur.' to tho court. DRUMMED OUT OF HAMILTON Whllu acting us u humane ofticr under oath to preserve the laws, John Yorigan of Hamilton, O., was detect- ed last week In stealing piovlslous, which wero being consigned to biif- ferers from the flood. Ho was taken Ly tho military authorities and dium-meout of town. Thu executlou cf this sentence In view of thu tiopulacu Is considered tho worst punishment possible with the exception of tin s DECLINES TO YIELD. Cettlnje. Tho little kingdom ol Montenogro has thrown down tin gauntlet to tho six great powers. She declined to jlelil to the demand ol the powers to abandon her attompti to gain ponncMlon of Scutari, and hat oftlclally announced that "there will be no departure from an attitude which conforms to the necessities ol the state of war existing between thi allies and Turkey " CINCINNATI MARKETS ll ' d Wheat No. 2 red Jl.OStfl U. No. red lift 10C. No 4 red S'ltySc CornNo. 2 while 57f5Sc. No 3 while r,CJi57c. No. 4 white S34lj5c No. 2 ellow 57f5Sc. No. 3 J sCti 51 tifiic. No. 4 yellow Sail 53c. No. J mixed S7i5Sc. No. 3 mlnsl SGfriTc No. 4 mixed &3fy5rc. whtUr ear Hit f.'ic. yellow ear &2ft!c, mixed oat 61 ft 55c. Oats No. 2 white 37c. standard while 3M(37c. No. 3 3r4f3G4c No 4 whlto 35i1i3fi'4C No. 2 mixed 35354. No. 4 mixed .12ft.Hr Hay-- No timothy $lG.50fl 17.50. standard timothy $15 fiOfj H5.5U. No 2 1.50 ft 15.50, No. 3 tlmoth) timothy it 12 60ft 13.50, No. 1 clover mixed 2 No. M3.75TT 14.50, clover mixed $U.5iift 12 50. No. 1 clover mixed $11,501( 12.50, No. clover $y.50ftl!5O Eggs Prime firsts lC'jC. firsts 16o ordinary llrsts Kc. seconds 13 4c Poultry Hens, heavy (over 4 lbs) 15c, (4 Hih and under) 15c, young staggy roosters 12c, old roosters 10q springers i.'l His and under) 20a springers over 3 lbs) 16c, ducks (4 Hit and over) lRc, white Hinder 4 lbs) 15c. turkeys (8 lbs and over) 2lc, tur keys, young Hinder S lbs) 1012c; turkeys, toniH lUr, culls tie Cattle Shippers $7.50ft8.25; butch er steers, extra $8. 10ft 8.25, good to choice $7.25ft8, common to fair $5 if 6.75; heifers, extra 8.10ft 8.25. good to choice $7 50ft 8, common to fair $E ft'7.25; rows, extra $7ft725. good to choice $C.50ft7, common to fair $1.25 ftC.25; canners $3.50ff4.25, Bulls Bologna $Cft7.50, fat bulla 1 $7'fl 7.50.