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The Citizen MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AI'IUL 24, 1013 and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XIV. Olio Dollar a year. No. A'i A Pointer for the Japanese tho twenty partment at Washington that IhJ battlo Dhlpg aggregates :ifll,fui as entire United Stateo fleet will bo U23.C0O of Iho Itoosuvt'lt fleet. sent on a pleasure cruise around the And tho loinparlsun of muzzlo energy world beginning next Jnnnury. Is moro striking. Tho l'JO" flint agout that tho licet will gregated 6,300,000 foot pounds, whllo It is tainted greatly exceed In sUo tho famous tho present fleet totals 0,.".0,000 foot squadron sent around tho world In pounds nearly twlco as large. Tho wlso can bco In this announce1907. It will bo m large, In fact, that no ono port can accommodate It bo ment a llttlo bluff to tho Jnpanone, It will bo distributed; for lustnnce, In tho Jingoes among wlioni urn urging tho Mediterranean, when It arrlvrs their government to Immediately wiro of GET A WORRY BOOK Disregarding California Stands Pat pressure from Wash It Is niinouticed from tho Navy De- tho Canal. Tho total tonnage thorc, to various iorts. Tho plnn, as lit first outlined by th Secretary Daniels, was to send fleet westward through tho I'annina Canal Immediately after lis opjnlng, but later It was thought best to go eastward and returning to como thni tho Hawaiian and l'lilllpplno Islands and send a floot to tho const of California to protest against tho proposd njlen lnnd laws of that state Tho JntanoBO will no doubt bo wise enough to Interpret tho purK)fc of the United States. Move to Annul Treaties A meaauto that Is considered by Bcme u wlso ccuntennove to tho opposition of Omit Britain to tho Panama Canal legislation of tho Tall administration by Senator ChamberIt proposed lain calling uion tho Government to Immediately tako steps to nbroKnto treaty of lflOl tho nnd Uio treaty which preceded It, the jClayton-llulwa- r treaty, of 1802. Tim claim Is that, If theso treaties Justify ! Great Ilrltaln In Interfering with this are the jokes of to morrow. Look over "Tho worries of your past lifo. Wlint urn tho incidents that )ou find funny now? You laugh livery onu of them was n worry at the time it happened. as you look hack at past worries. Well, why not laugh at the worries ns wellr of to day and "Worry doesn't get you anything or anywhere. There's no uso worrying about things that nni past. "There's no use worrying, either, about what's going lo happen. NoImmIv knons that. Ilemember, too, the worst never happens. And why worry now? You either can help or can't help what you are worrying about. If you can help it, go ahead nnd do it and stop worryingIf you can't help it, what good does worrying do? " 'Hut,' you say, '1 just can't help worrying.' How absurd! Of course jou can. Try this pliin. Sit down calmly and ask yourself wlmt is the very worst result that can come from your present trouble. Look it in tho face Iwldly. Square your shoulders and say lo yourself: 'Well, if that's all, I can ace that. Lots of worse things have happened lo millions of other people and they have survived. I guess I can.' "Most worries are over moro trilles. Probably George Washington's wife used to worry when be got home late for dinner, but what di (Terence does it make to either of them now? everything that worGet a Worry Hook. Put down in it ries you. Look nt it n week from to day. How many of the things jou are worrying nliout will happen! The longer you keep a worry book the shorter will grow the entries, " American Mnyatine to-da- y California Legislature ueoms to bo determined to pass th? so called alien land laws which nre claimed by tho Japanese to bo contrary to treaties with tho United States. Tho Government at Washington seems to concedo the pclnt. It has been ington, tho trying to claim that the laws nre general as to all aliens In an effort to appease tho wrnth of tho Japanese, the populaco nmong whom Is demanding war. But tho Legislature replies to the administration by preferring to make tho lawj specific as to the Japanese only. Hobson may bo right after all. UNITED STATES NEWS IN OURJWN STATE Government In anywlso in the control of the Canal or legislating for tho Canal, It was not Intended sound tho best solution to tho situation would lie tho nnnulment of the treaties. THE HEROES OF PEACE It is not the soldier only that in (lravo. Anil not only on the battlefield are heroes found. We are not so sure but that the greatest heroes, the truest heroes, are the heroes of peace, the heroes of the men and women, boys aud home, of the wayside, of the city streets girls that risk their lives on the spur of the moment without the glare of trumiel8 or the beat of drum and with no thought of reward risk lifo not for friend or relative merely, those to whom they are obli gated, but for the unknown, even for the stranger. Aud there are many hiicIi. Since the founding of the Caruegie Hero Fund in MMM, the Commission has made 7'2U awards aud has 1,102 cases pundiug. Hut of course the Commission never hears of half or a tenth of the heroic deeds, but the report of these 723 cases one likes to line is refreshing reading. It makes one optimistic these brave men and women, boys and girls up alongside of the who attempt to destroy their own cowards hundreds of others lives aud sometimes succeed, or who are quick to commit murder, waste1 life rather than preserve it, as the Carnegie heroes have done. It makes one renpect humanity. No, tho world is not eutirely peopled by cowards and criminals. There is a goodly number of those who are willing to lay down their lives for their fellowuieu. 'than ! TIMELY ARTICLE A very timely nrtlclo for all farmers will be found on our agricultural Peace in Sight Agai- n- Reign of Ter- -' lgu. It treats of tho platting of ror In Mexico To Suppress the corn, the time, tho preparation of the Suffragettes - Belgium Strikers Win coll, etc. No farmer who reads The l China Asks for Prayers Pope Cltlieu and expects to get tho ,best Improving. results from his crops should Ignore this nrtlclo. I AGAIN AGREE TO ARMISTICE Threo of tho nllled Balkan states FOR TEACHERS i notified the Kuroean loweis, Lite last week, of their acceptance of the g wc publish n very On page 2, are to luggestlon to teachers as to jieaco proposals and hostilities during tho conference helps In their geography cIass:H, call- bo discontinued to bettlo mluor ing attention to tho United States Vhlch Is to bo held wan Greece that topographic mam that con bu se- conditions. Before, It nlgn nnd now Montenegro cured for practically every locality, refused to ASK HER holds out and wishes to continue the tho maps showing tho locations of the county roads oven nnd tho eleva- bombardment of Scutarla.The othrr Some Pertinent Remarks on the Wo allies announce their Intention f man Suffrage Question, Reprinted tion of local mountains. urging Uio Moutcnegrans to dcsjst and from the Outlook. Join with them. Later, the fleet ef the ' ON THE SUFFRAGE PROBLEM Is I'twors blockading tho Montonegrun I The Woman Suffrage question King two questions: cue to wourn. ono nu ultimatum to ports Wo aro publishing this woek alto, a vory Interesting nrtlclo from the Nicholas declaring If firing did not to men. To women: Do you wish to share in current Issue of the Outlook entitled. Immediately ceaso a force would be tho responsibility for the government r- "Ask ller." It Is a very Important lauded to coniiel reert to tJfelr of tho Stnto? contribution to tho discussion of the lUC8t. i Inter-citinI WORLD NEWS , I moro theso voted. In other words, 00 per cint of the women who registered did not vote, whllo only t to per omt of the women qualified vote took tho trouble even to regls- tcr. Tho number of registered voters who fall to voto In general elections average about C per cent of the total. canvas conducted A houso-to-house In 1911 In 102 districts In England Wopinn's suffrago prcblcm. I BOOSTS Forward mud. FOR BETTER march out a ROADS. of tha n- Coed roads T ceasity. rt buainttt - tl i! T I No road ia ao aapanaiva aa a bad road. t 11 Jolts and blows againtt (ha bumps and into the ru a dettroy roaaa. Tha insistent demand lor im- proved roads comes trom the farmers and the people in the r 4- - ! '. i X, 4- - . .. m . T T The man who haula any load 4 over a wagon road ahould figure tha cost of transportation. Build made for the traffic that will pass over them. rural districts. J J J CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PAGE ONE Uditorlals. News of tho Week. Ask ller. 1'AGB TWO. Editorials. Tciiipoiauco. hnmluy School Lessen. Schools Urged To Ubo Topographic Mai. l'AOK TUKKE Story. Kentucky Having Ilrlsk Awakening. I'AUK KOUK Ixical News Madison County News. l'AOE K1VB General Nows. Tho Chlldrer.. l'AOE 81X Serial Htory. l'AOE SEVEN Poultry. Homo'Courso In Agriculture. Preparation, Planting and CultlvutUn of Uio Corn Field. Ask Your Congressman. l'AOE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky Nows. Markets. uhowed twlco as many women opposTo men: Will you accord to women ed to suffrago as In favor of It; and n share In tho resiKinslblllty for the only ono in six of the women, npKING HAAKON pealcd to was positively favorable to government of the State? Tho women ought to have a chance it. Tho Louisville Commercial Club Is Tho figures aro as follows: to answer tho first question before organizing a trado extension trip thru The Anti. l'ru. NVutral Nurviljr. tho men answer thu second. Eastern Kentucky to start May 2lst. K.SW 57.063 47.22 2I.TU8 li35l men hae a right to know whether A thousand miles wilt bo covered aud A render of Tho Outlook recently J la voting to woman the ballot they twenty-cn- o cities and towns visited jure according to her a privilege which sent out a thousand letters to a thoufrom Lexington cast to Mclloberts sand women, living in Now York bhe dcslrcE, or imposing on her a res- and over tho C. nnd O. down tho Big ponslbillty which alio does not desire. State, asking If they would be In Sandy. I of having tho question whether Tho present Indications are that 'fator BELL EXONERATED ji.il.. n oltmlt tllllll It... 1 t U'lull they wnnted'to toto put to vote, and Former Insuranco Commissioner, C. if so, how they would vote. Thero voto; that tho majority aro oppos( to W. Bell, whoso administration has GS0 answers, of which 110 said ed to woman suffrago or nre Indiffer- were been under a cloud for seme time, !s that they would net vote on tho quesent. exonerated by the Franklin County tion if It were presented, nnd If they Tho Now Ycrl: "Sun" publishes a (Jrand Jury, which has boon Investiletter from a correspondent, from did vbto they would voto against It. gating the charges against him. Thu Theso women livy In small towns, tin wo quote tho following para, which verdict ,1s that Bell had nothing to second tier of cities, nnd In New York graph: do with the shortage In his DepartIn 1892 there wua placed tivu the City, and represent nfl tho different ment, tho blame being accredited to classes from tho collcgo nlumae to btntuto book of Massachusetts a law Lee E. Hampton of Hnrrodsburg. tho worklng-glrlIn this case only allowing women to voto In the el.v:- FLOOD VICTIM .Hon of local school beards. Tho scliool "c a six declared herself favorable Tho body of Maricn Jones, who was woman suffrage. affairs of each town nre administer- - ( lo Admiral Dewey, who celebrated his drownod April 6th, but not found unIn view of theso significant facts seventy-fiftby a body of six or eight persons birthday recently, attri- til tho 17th, wn3 brought; to his home In the courts of ed t According to gossip butes hit continued good health and Is 'called tho schcol committee, a part tho present voters, beforo they vot County, tho Europe, King Haakon of Norway strength largely to horseback riding. nt Oakdale, Breathitt KUlit) losing favor and may resign his of whom aro elected at each annual to Impose tho ballot on tho women, (Continued on rRe "tewn meeting. I have lived for the havo a right to know whether tha throne. I. last twenty years In Dedhnm, n fain- - women wish It. And It Is very easy jous old town about ton miles from to find out. Ask them. KHO.M IU1) 'iX WOItSE Tho cltuatlou In Mexico grows evn j Dostcn, Juctly proud of Its public , Let tho Now York legislature und where Indeed tho first viifo that a Mltton for the ballot be moro alarming. ltejortu lito iu tho In th week were to tho effect that telegraph public school In tho United States was placed In every polling-boot- h statu next fall.and every woman over poles for a dlstanco of fifty miles established In lfilO.c-- tlrroabout. A years of ago. and a resl- had been uwd by Federals and Iteh-el- s ' moderator occasionally of the unnunl twenty-on- o In ti:ni as glblieta uion which She town meeting and as actively mi rtst. dent In tho district bo given an ed In town politics I had an opportunity opportunity to subscribe to It. Sh bodies of their foes were left hang, ing. if observing to what extent this pro- - should glvo both her namo nnd vr Tho Iioiki of thu Kcdorals Is snld to vision of the law allowing women to residence. And, to prevent fraud, a bo based upon ,i lean which would be voto on reboot matters him been t ali- Stato official might well bo present en ndvnntngo of by tho women of lVd-- i to tako her oath or declaration to hard to secure as long as tho Unit ham, Thu figures nru taken from the tho fact that sha Is n resilient nnd uf States refuses to roccguUo lluerta. ngo. Tho next day wo should know luminal roiwtB of tho town: AI'TKIt THE MILITANTS Mal Womvn Mala Wimwn how many women lu New York State Tho English Government Is tiogln-nln- g War. Vulrr. Vutora. Yr. . . 1.670 6 deslro " otes for women" enough to to take tho suffragists scrl us-l- WX. l.MI You enn't afford to buy until you get Ui IMU vm l.KU it. S slBn n petition mndo ready nnd con- nnd a movement to declare their IM. 1.513 I'.oi II l.X7 prices, terms and analysis on one or 101 MM, II7 . . 1.611 venlont for their signature. Tho ex- organization Illegal and thus outlaw-thorn- , ik; 1.7111 I'.HIH, IIC 1'J7 1.43 In- 56 penso would bo Inslgulflcant; tho all of the three best brands made, at VI I. Is on foot. Another bill Is bel.47li VII. 1.725 1.171 mo. 2 lW'J fore Parliament giving tho authTl-tle- s m formation obtalucd would bo Invnlu- 7 1.HM 1.574 nni 7H I.KSI i.i'H mil tho right to release tliosu that I'.'ll i able. 74 1.642 1.V48 72 For If this were done, when tho 1!U l.t.41 go on n hunger fctrlko hut to Imme,Tho remaining hundreds of women, prcscut voters lu tho Stato cninoto diately rearrest them nnd Imprison them when nuy attempt Is nindo to approximately equal lu number to the vote, as they will a llttlo later, on men, did nut vote. crento a disturbance. (tho Constitutional Amendment glv- Tho New York "Times," comment- - lng tho ballet to women, they would ' THE UELGIUM 8TK1KE to 'know whether they aro voting Tho lklgliim strlko has practhmlly ilng on this paragraph, adds: Connecticut women havo long had glvo It to women who want It, or up tho country to business closed during tho past week, but It Is mid tho right to voto at school elections, voting to tmposo It on wemen who estimates do not want It. that tho ollvo branch of peace will Tho Hartford "Courant" I Wo submit this plan to nr.y renders soon bo offered tho'strlkors by tho thnt thero aro 18,000 women of vot- Government, a bill being propotrd to Mug ago In Hartford. Only 1,010 wero of Tho Outlook who cbanco to be in J Cuniluurd on pnge fiv registered; losa than 10 per cent of (Continued on I,at rce) I 'i - :r Bryan and Clark Bury the Hatchet Breckinridge and Wooley Land Jobs D. A. R. Elect President Crane Dolan Ditmitted Deaton Trial Goes toSt. Petersburg RepresentPostponed Nightrlder Threats-Moun- tain ative Expelled Head of Weather BuClinic Booster Excursion reau Dismissed. Bell Exonerated Flood Victim Brought Home Deadly Street War. UUltY TIIE HATCHET At a barmonny dinner given by BRECKINRIDGE AND WOOLEY their friends In Washington, Friday, LAND JOBS Secretary of State, W. J. Uryan, and Henry S. Breckinridge and Itobt. W. Speaker of tho House, Champ Clark, Wooley wero nsmlnated by the Presishook hands nnd agreed to bury the dent, Wednesday, for Assistant Secrehatchet. tary of War nnd Auditor of tho InterSpeaker Clark has been very core ior Department respectively. Tho ofat Mr. Uryan since tho Democratic fices pay the 3amo salary, $5,000 a National Convention nt Baltimore year. Brecklnrldgo aud Wooley are nearly a year ng ), attributing his de- kinsmen and aro also related to feat (and rightly so) to Mr. Bryan. Desha Brecklnrldgo who Is seeking Both gentlemen have Issued statethe Collectorshlp of Internal Revenue ments In which misunderstandings nt Lexington. seem to be cleared up and they promFIFTH TRIAL FOR DOLAN ise to work In harmony for the good The case of Thomas J. Dolan, chargof the administration. ed with the murder of Patrick Mooney ANOTHER SERUM more than a year ago, and who has A sorum Is now being used by phybeen trial four times before In thu Rockefeller Institute uf Fayette sicians of the Circuit Court, was called at Now York In the treatment of pneuLexington, Wednesday, tho jury havmonia. It Is a discovery of Dr. Clar ing been summoned from Clark Counence A. Mcwilliams, anu, wnue tuey ty. Aftor hearing tho evidence and do not claim that It Is a positive cure the argument cf council, the case was In every cose, It Is said that patients submitted to tho jury Into Friday. who have been Inoculated havo been On Monday tho Jury was dismissed, greatly benefited, tnd It Is hoped that no verdict having been reached, and, few months It will bo so within a at tho suggestion of the prosecution, perfected aa to bo practically a speciDolan was freed. fic. It Ib a kind of cntltoxln. TRIAL POSTPONED ELECTED AFTER HAnD FIGHT The case of James Deaton, charged Tho Dcughters of tho American Revolution, In session In Washington, with conspiracy to murder former la3t week, wcro In almost continual sheriff Ed Callahan, which was to wrangle over tho presidency. In fact, havo come to trial In Winchester, It Is said that administration and Friday, was postponed until tho 2sth forces havo been In order that the defendant's witness at war for tho last five years. The might bo secured. NIGHT RIDER THREATS balloting finally resulted In tho elec , Night riders were reported active tion of Mrs. W. C. Story of who was escorted to the chair late last week In Livingston County. Many plant beds having been destroynnd plead for hanncny during her ed and tobacco raisers being warned not to attempt to put In any crops (Contlnurd on rage l.lchl) this year. Tho Sheriff Is on the hunt cf thu ADMIRAL DEWEY outlaws. BOOSTERS' TRIP New-York- 1 'H vllDk -- h ls J FERTILIZER Better and Cheaper Than Ever I d Equity, Globe or V. C. y, , . ll . I I CHRISMAN'S BEREA, KY. "THE FURNITURE MAN" , I ; . I i Page Two. MAKING OF THE KRAUT. Today nt the tn tile I ate some umier- kmut nnd the tang of II harked me A family newspaper far (II thet It rlht. bBCk , ,h,. ,1(1j of mT nTh(xi when trui and Interesting the making of the krnttt wn n high family festival. I'uhtltlird ever) T!iiirly t IKtea, Kjr liver help mnlic krnut There Is no mysterious formuln In BEREA PUBLISHING CO. the composition of the lititnMe. albeit (Inrnrporalnl) nutritious edible. It Is nothing more J. P. Faulkner, Editor ind Msnifer. t tin ti enhhngen nnd Mill, lint The mnklng o It! Subscription Ratos Pnther would buy n strong barrel FAYAM.K IN AHVANCK which mother cnrrfnlly denned nnd, One Vest . I'00 scalded. We children cut the enhbngen , Sit Month from the garden nnd piled the hends ... Three Montlu In the smoke house nwnlttng the pn '. THE CITIZEN PANAMA-PACIFIC April 24, 1913, The Citizen INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, SUNDAY Lesson IV. 1915. JCHOOL. Second Quarter, For April 27, 1913. (Conducted tiy the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union,) IN THE Test INTERNATIONAL SERIES. 23-3- DECLINE ! J USE OF LIQUOR centitamp.. Semi money hy rit-)fficOrder. Irart. RraUleml or KtpreM Motiejr Letter or one and two The dale after our name on laliel hows to lon l.pal.1. If it U not what dale jour chanted within three weeka after renewal """y ""- 'Liberal terma Riven to any who ohtain new plane. . . , for u. Any one sending us four T,. fnrly uMcriptloncn receive The cttiten iree ' strings, the henrts Ihmiic discarded, the for one jear Ailtertling rates on application first Inyer went Into the barrel, a little ' more salt, nnd thenM KM ft Kit arenotihrd. Mllne numlwra will he gladly vipplled If we ' - nrn..thn .' Hie After Slipper. '.. whole fnttllly being present, fnt hep first sprinkled a llltlo 't In the Ixittom of the barrel. Then the krilllt cutter wn plncoil over tho tub nnd the slicing tn'gnn with motion like t tint a cnrpeiiter uses with his ..1.1....1 Amailng Decrease In London of Use Much Wines and 8plrltt Credit Olven Mrs. Henderson. 'of of the Lesion, Cen. xxxvll, Memory Varies, 26, 27 Golden Text, I Cor. xlli, 4 Commentary Prepared by Rev, D. M. Stearns. "A, Woman's Diary" In The Queen ., I I Copvrlsht. 1 J. br itl- - ThoaloniperJ Tho stomper wn fashioned like a mnul. In the lcglnnlnc II wns fine fun for n Ivor to tnmp the cut cabbage Into n hard pnek. ISy nnd by the task .I -0 tuvAnn... ............. ....I i cunugeii i"aim" rtu- tWlll yoti ever forget to your dying dny the compenntlon afforded by lift- -- 1 . I ICK.VrUCKY PRIS ASSOCIATION, ONE CENT POSTAGE Its Ixittom the dclectnhlc shavings? And thus proceeded the mnklni of the krnut. ench Inyer of some four inches being sprinkled with snlt and Investigate tho "actual financial, phy- - j tamped until the Imrrcl was full and slcnl and working conditions of thu mother snld: "You should have been In istnl fifrvlr-o- ' n carded bv bust- - bod twochildren ngo." hours men all over tho country ns ucbs When yon cot tip In the morning a tho Initial step towards one cent lut-ted 2,200 topographic atlas sheets, layer of brine covered the top of the SCHOOLS URGED TO USE TOPOpostage. ' covering nbout 10 per cent of the barrel. Father put a wide board over GRAPHIC MAPS Postmaster General Durlesun Indi It. with n rook for weight, and In ten United .States, and on retelpt of 13 cates that thwv have been so many days you could relNh that rare delicacy United States Geological Survey Will from any teacher It will supply 0 conflicting reports ac to tho gencm! that epicure never kno- wMake Special Selections for Use of different map3 selected with special "Pigs knuckle mlt kraut." conditions of tho department that h Any School or College. reference to the particular r.ijuln- Mostly nowndava cabbages has decided to have a full and com- menu of the class It Is to tho geography of th. nd tho krnut " 's nc'' plcto Investigation made rftth a view in ini3 hinti cn Eecgrii,h!c .,. ,.mi i msiruci . i,. ..made "tn' fnrrnrNva nnrl .M l.v th. itnit.i ..v " .m w.. to aetormining the exact status ti '8tudv. This aeloctlon will "w'""1. STocers. but what would you not give nnd colleges a strong effort Is beliwi, affairs. Ides tho map covering tlm area could you go back to thoae dnys-a- nd , nmUe uy tne Unltod staU,H Hw)oR,. Now that the parcels iost Is In urniK imiK irom mni ccnoiess snoro cal niuaim viiuui- WW uio uw oi ,i, td such " a map Is published), otluT oU"'J i actual oneratlon nnd bldi fair to ho h ii extended during the nuxt few yirs, fun nnd the flno family spirit and the , Government topographic mnps, Tlirs? na)j Bhowng n the ,,Uyalogrnphle maI)S contain so many deulls of In- It Is claimed by business men gener- - homely feel of the krnut makln- -' ,n ,hc Uu,ul Xmma t(J fl I II taFuu ,t . oriAU'ttirf oirnn ihn c .. i vk States Bcacoast foundas. hilly country. ally that their cemand for a one cent nre i.nouses nnu ,arm . M letter rate should bo heeded. They high and precipitous mountain tmu Hud Johann Swl- ovcry agon road, with which of t to tho fact, that tho post of- - nau. her brother: Hwam fcf nnum One of the most beautiful things lu course th school children arc fnmll- tmbIo ,akc3 urcaB g10wlllK fico dopartniont Is now realizing an dl.ns. enormous surplus, something llko nature Is the close relation of brother lar, that It Is nald to bo an easy mat- - forvatH fttras wlth woojia,,,),, llltl.r. Children of the same fa- ter for teachers to enlist the Inter- nl C3,000.000 por year, from the letter lakes nre alike and est of tho pupils In this now ,y,w , mall. Although letter mall constitutes , ur "C"001 maP- - i unuersiauu-. but fourteen percent of tho iwhuio 'V. ,n Ing f Maps Sold at Normal Prices. of the particular nias represent- of tho Ucpartmcat it pays about seven - ,'t'l..,"U lnS their own localities It Is but a It less than CO maps are desired, a Dercont of the revenue received IVhUp iiitu nt fhf phlhlrttn ttinv In. from all classes, and It Is evident tint heitt more of one oareiifs dlrH.slHon bu8Slon of short steps to lead the special selection of a less number w ill this Is a decided discrimination again than the other, yet If you blend the I'UPU to an appreciation of the dlf- - bo made on request and furnished nt of countr)- - iortrayed tho retail rato of 10 cents a copy. two dispositions you will have neither fercnt tyiH-useis of first class or letter mall. tho disposition of the father nor of the on maps of other sections of thu Most of theso maps, each of which mother. United States. JIoBt of the standard on tho Ecalo covers about VINDICATION THAT DOESN'T Urother nnd sister nre the sum of the atlas sheets of the Geological Survey ' n.iw ' ,.r imioom ,.r,.u ' VINDICATE ,' .,.,. father and mother mid plus or" minu- s- ot , .. , ,m .w.Kk IIIUUU Uh a WOi 11.1 OUlll'JIUK llccnus- efecalo of 1 mllo to 1 Inch, a scale and engraving of 3,S00 to IC.OOOeai h. which flierc Is a kind of vindication A long line of ancestry Is behind which shows tho physical feattures tf and tho wholesale price of C cunts defeats ltseit. in ineir nasio 10 -- viudicate" Frank M. Ityaii, whom they Llko or unlike, the relation U a aa the country ln very Interesting de- - apiece covers only about thu cost of paer and printing. If tho areas wore Rlood Is thicker than tall. as president at their ru- - cred kinship curvcytd nnd thu maps published by eem session ln Indianapolis, the ln- - j water The tie that binds them is the Show Altitude at All Points. turuatlonal Association of Uridgennd tie that tugs nt the heartstrings With theso maps tho pupils can a commercial couevrn. theso maps And yet Structural lrcu Workers have placed determlno tho attitude of tholr lioms would nt'tU to b" 80111 fof Sadly it mutt he written, the tie l . ... . vtiri'.iw n . themselves lu tho attitude of either i ... nnu uie steetiness or inns nnu inoun- - rnnn I" r,i sf ,.in j k u declaring their absolute belief ln iicss The members of the family nre tains, estlmato thu grade of wagon, " "'"I' ainmi i Ityan's luuoctncj or their unqualireads, work out 'Simple engineering by c feet' unmounted (In threo cscutteritl and letters aiu infitnuenL fied approval of tho relations he sus Sometimes snihler sllll-t- he relation problems such as tho ilralnniro nf ttons), for 60 cenU. This may be In- tained to tho notorious "dynamite Is t.evcrcd by vurlaiire or rupture swamps, select dam sites for tho con- - (cuaei in any wnoiecaio order as part brothers-mig- ht conspiracy," for aiding and alettlu j Other HUteri-ni- id stmctlon of rcjorvolrs to supply wa- - or 1,10 s- - Applications and reinlt- which he and hia nsaoclates wero con- - well emulate the eftort this (Jcruinti ter to Imaginary towns or for lrrlga luiici-- biiouiu ix) mauo io tne Directvlcted ln open court aftvr a fair trial. woman makes to find and reconcile her tlon, lay out imaginary trolley or or of tho United States (ieologleul Ho Is now out on $70,000 ball, and un- - brother railroad lines or canals along the Survoy, Washington, D. C, who will less granted a new trial, intiat face Wilson Is also "human" cnouRh to most feaslblo routeB. establish hsik- - promptly fill all ordors. a soven years' prison sentence at baseball. out and signal stations on high joints hard labor. Hocklu, tho former Cod can forgive sin. but lit; wont for tnu COutrol of forest fires, and raesiagts win ua snori plan many other ' l'resiueniai tary and treasurer of tho association bless laxluess. similar activities. another of the convicted consplra- - lr iwrsooally delivered. Government Will Co operate With Success In anything requires ttlnglc tors-w- ho la now In jail, did not IV)UUc8 , a gfod game but a IlllK,lt Teachers. ness of purpose. receive oven thu compliment cf a The Geological Survey has publish- lKJOr busne83, single vote for but was chiefly lu th Wisdom consists utterly repudiated by his former as- soclatos lor the leason, as reported. Judicious uso of tho bluo pencil, that ho had given old to tho detec- . .. Pel haps Cougrecs Intends to cn- i no . tivo. sweetness as shown In ills tho ns- - force tuu J'strlhutton of Report vl the condition of the Owtley County Deposit Hank, doing bimlnes, and light to consumers, tho Migar ' cociatloa bids dcflanco to ,)u.ic t tbe town of llooneville, County of Owtley, State of Kentucky, at the cloe of I growers ... .,.! to furnish the sweetness und . i.i-- i. onlnlnn ii i .i. bulnrj on the 4th ilir of April, 191,1. thu Standard Oil .Company, thu light. more scnslbld cleAction ou tho part of Postmaster involving Uencrnl Albert S. UurK-son- . tho apioIntment of a commission to " I er motor at I'auama Pacific Kxposl j r.oiurt oi mostructure llulldlog one tho tho largest of tho exnosltlon nnlaces. non. inn will be of approximately 275 fcot fiont by 800 feut deep, covrrlim nbout 210.000 square icei. or more tnnn five acres. Tho dome, which surmounts the center of the front portion of the building, la 130 tect hlKh and surmounted with n turret composed of the prows of modern motor boats, each carrying n searchlight This point will bo used by Mr. Itynn. the chief of Illumination of tho cxpoil- tlon. for the purpose of lighting up tho grounds and adjacent buildings. troupa at the base of the building will convey, nllegorlcnlly. the uses ofOther trlclty, gat and other mechanical devices which compose tho motor eleo Ita modernity Is In harmony with the rmture of tho exhibits which It will hou.e. ..i4.iiiiii viiamier is einuiematic oi inni triumpn or modern portatlon, the automobile. The groups of statuary surmounting the Iraniattic win uo nueKuricaiiy cnrricu otu io typify tne triumph of the motor over the elements. The main group In front will be a sort of rpindrlgn of nutomo- biles typifying the conquest over the land On tho sides will be allegories of the motor boat and the aeroplane, respectively typifying the victory over the sea and air On either side of the entire length of the building there will be a frieze 10 feet high In bat relief, giving tho history of transportation from tba early log cart up to the most modern development of the automobile Panama. raclfte tntrrnailnnal Kirmattlon newspaper the other Saturday declared that: "Tcmpernnco Is a sign of the twentieth century No one who knows their Indon that Is, of the West Knd and the smart restaurant enn fall to be Impressed by the amailng decrease In tho use of wine and spirits. Champagne, port, and other expensive wlnea have almost disappear ed; PT"' ft! suppers the ""Mirrient " J """ ' Tn" wton'n of ,0;In3r n PcU0UB' or- - ln "r,ct dr ,Ir n,kor of bnrley ,tn,U, wa,'.rt pr ,cn,onail Diet cures, the care of her "" 'me "'r """I'l' ,,ml,,, " M" 1 nX tranaformatlon. hv" brought about this It doea one good to 'h,e now ,0,n' bstalners. Even the smart K no " nDOUl ,n onoon iriaom or MSf wine, but content drink 'b'mselves with lemonade, and this ... " ",,.( 1 I prod I J"" oun-pcl- nt , "'"'" Uer"n JiJltuZtJS ! tv-fl- s .,.., n.m .,..i.. ... lctunt .. "t a Our lesson vercs ttxlay tell of hl being Mtrlpt-i- l of his coat of many col ors or (ileces, rust Into n pit, tnken up again nnd sold as n slave for twenty pieces of silver and taken down to Egypt nnd sold to Potlphnr, an ofllcet of Phnraoh's unit cnptaln of the gttnnl As his father wnltrd and wonderel con cenilng his precious (sty they brought home tils coat, which they had dl-In the blood of n kid of the goats, nnd said. "This hnvu we found-kn- ow now whether It l Ihy son's coat oi no." So Jacob was led to supiwiae that Tfkkjinh hail Imm.ii Lllli.il tir n ulld Iwnmt : ', nnd he refusal to l romfortol. lie hnd sorely decelvnl his father, and having sown the wind he reaped the whirlwind. Turning to Joocph, we ml him both aa a slave nnd us a prisoner fnUely nc niHiwI unit tt Itm irlw.itMMl nnll DO NOT ADVERTISE SALOONS ed n protperviin man. for the Iird wna with him. In Potlphnr's Iioiim- - nil tluil Booster Never Makes Prominent Menhe had was put In Jocph'a hand, nnd tion of Number of Drinking Places even In the prison the keeer put ev Town Could Boast Of. erythlng under his enre, and whatsit ever they did there he was iIm- - doer of Did you ever know of a town or It (xxxlx. Ml. So the yenrs county or state which deliberately ad pnsHtil with Joicph. who was wild foi vertlsed ltielf as being possessed ot a servant. wIiom feet they hurt with numerous saloona and pjaces where fetters, lie wn laid In Iron. Until thr liquor could be purchased? Did you time that Ills word mine the word of ever read a "booeter" that enumerated Uie l.ord tried hlniPs. cv. 17 llli. In "The Stud. of "the Tmh." by Ml at the head of Ita column, or at the foot, the number of saloona of which Ada It. she noti-the fol lnt of nnnlogy. giving the the town advertised could boast: An lowing employer never puts In his advertise- - New Testament nnd other rcferencrs. ment for help, "Drinking man pre- - I am glad to quotr them for those who . -are Interested enough to look up the ; ments appear even In the liquor Jour references, giving today only those from nals for sober and abstinent em- the two chapters we hate lookttl at. ployes, and to quote the llattle Creek The good fettling his dock Enquirer, "The argument that a wet (John x. II. Hi by UN I'nthci county la better than a dry county (Matt. 111.17) Haled, envied mid ills! never goes past campaign use It lletetl by hi brethren (.loliu III. Ill, 20; never gets Into community advertis- vll, xv. 2.1; Mark tv. 10; l.uke xlx. 14) ing." Ills preeminence shown In hi 11 rfitii-riil- lt llalM-rsboi-s boura of the morning " in reply to assertions occasionally seen In the press that Washington society women are drinking more every year. Mrs, John n, Henderson, wife of a former senator from Missouri, la quoted as saying that both men and women drink less than when she first went to Washington. "Some of the smartest women In town do not serve liquor at all. and even ln the dlplo matte corps the use of liquor Is not so general as It was a few years ago," she declared. "I have not served wines at my dinners for many years. The substitution of fruit Juices and mineral water no longer causes remark. I attribute the decline In the Uie of "luor ,0 thp nmi Interest In hygiene. Strict observance of the laws of health la distinctly fashion able. Women are cultivating health strength and beauty, and hey forego any Indulgence that would overthrow the rules of health." Some years ago Mrs. Henderson, whose palatial home was one of Washington's social centers, causedi all the wines In hr'r cellara to be emptied Into the gutter, and her Influence has been no small factor ln bringing about the change In sent)' ment. at bH suppers In the early We begin today some studies u (h,,. life of Joseph, who wns tn many n most wonderful type of the Jnrd Jww f'hrNt. The Spirit has told us by Paul that Adnm nnd Kve simeeit Christ nnd Ihe church both by nnaliigy nnd contrast We have seen much In the death nnd resurrection nnd mnrrlnce of Isanc, hut no character Is ipilie so full typlcnlly No one enn Iw a a Hint of .lnph, . ... f iin- tTI of n,ri,. w, nUu flir nut there nre .pille n iiuiuNt who Cnu-- e of Incidents In their lives or om clnl m.ltlon are suggestive of Christ. We nre to have seven studies In the , hU( nflJ , ,ho (f W In chapter xl this lesson must touch . xx)x H W(ll fl( XX1V) .' Wfk nfp ,r0(ItlCP,, , j nt of teen ns a shepherd with his liretlau (vere 2i. There weje two pectH thing nlxiul him. for neither of willed he wns rvxiiillile he was loved by Israel more than the others hemtie Im wns the son of his old nge, nnd the Lord gave him two dreams which In dtcatcd nil einlt.itlmi iiIkivc his breth ren nnd even nlxvr his parents (verses 3 11). llcrntiM of Ills fnllier's love nnd these dreams It Is written that his brethren tinted hlin nnd they hated him yet thr more and they envhil him nnd ns they anw til en coming, being sent by his father to seek their welfare, they conspired ncnliKt him tn slay him (verses rt ,..,,,. I. ,, 4, 6. S. II. 18. Ih.I dreams FRAUGHT WITH UNTOLD RISKS Chance of the Next Generation Looking at the Alcohol Question In Its True Light. I ?yytt'nK go to his brt'llireii !'?" 7. H; Luke xx. lit; (Col. I. I Si (U!Ui Ills father olwerv- - "" John il's. xl. III. lib He OWSLEY COUNTY DEPOSIT BANK - and ment In tho labor ranks should with regret. Clnlstlan Herald. law-abidi- low '. . Overdrafts, secured anil unsecured Stocks, Honda and other Securities Say, that man Wilson has a way Duo from Hanks years n sister adver- After tlfty-twUses for a brother to whom she wants with him. Ho makes Teddy look llko Cash ou Hunt! to be "reconelletl before she dies." an amateur. Checks ami other cash items The woman Is Mrs Ocslnna !ohr- - I Hanking House, Furniture and Fixtures Ungland has to guard hor Jail to fan of New York city, who uks Information concerning her brother, Jo- - j. Suffragettes from breaking tno WANTED HER BROTHER.. Hayo they put Congress on benclus . .1... ....... noun mil ....1 so ocuLKiliouau;. . U'll..n. ...Ill ivvi homo? I I KKSOl'lJOKS Loans hiiiI Discounts . rl. .t I ., If we can safeguard the young to the utmost, and not only keep alcohol away from them, but make them reatlxti from early year tho terrible Ills that It brings to body and soul, then there may bo some chance ot the next generation looking at the whole subject tn Its true light, and our children may realize that abl)5,:i:i! 115 stinence Is not fanaticism or asceti$ 2,001 81 cism, but rational In re0,100 (X) spect to something which la fraught 11,822.1.') with untold risks. Sir Thomas Har3,0 II) 05 low, Physician to the Late King Ed224 05 ward. self-contr- chll-dren'- a .3,000.00 $12H,():10.89 bann Stnluau. who disappeared I n. Nicholas of Montenegro la one king they can't ecaro or buy off. Total The advertUemeut lepresetits the effort of u sister to heal p wound now more than n liulf century old In 18T.0 tho Stnluau family lived lu Young Staliimi. then In the Germany. early twenties, became Involved In leaving the some sort of a scrape nitneriaua in tne uenii or me nigui. uu asked liH sister, now Mrs. Dohriiiau, to go with him to the station Hut because of the trouble lu which the brother wns Involved and distressed by the escapade, turned away from blui nnd refused to go. She has not heard from him since that night. And now The years have come and gone and long with them the hope that she might meet her brother or heur from him. Palling lu this, she holds out the utterly ollvo branch In her solicitous dvertUemeot. nted LIABILITIES Capital Stock, Surplus Fund jiuiil in, iu cunIi . . $ '25,000. 0 5,000 00 Tho Idea of Mr. Hryan letting Peru Undivided Profits, less eipeiiHCH and taxes paid 58.10 thu Deposits Biihject to check get ahead of us In recognizing 158,020 OU Culneso Uepubllc. , Time DepoHita 3 ,840.07 80,072.7:) Bills Payable 0,000.00 Suffrugetto Insurance may develop Into largo annex to tho life, fire, $120,0:10.80 Total nnd casualty Insurance, business. STATU OF KENTUCKY I ( ftet' County of Owsley. With Walter Pago as ambassador We, T. C. Fuller and Clius. livorsole, Cashier uutl Assistant Cusliiur tv England and Thomas Nelson Pagu "mentioned" for Italy, It should not of the above named Dank, do solemnly swear lliat the above statement is true to the beat of our knowledge and belief. take long for tho literary administration to l.avo a complete book. T. C. Fuller, Cashier. Ciias, Hvebsole, Assistant Cashier That Republican triumph In the Correct - Attest: Clins. Kvursole, T. C. Fuller, Directors. St. Louis election eocms to bo about Subscribed and aworu to before tne this 17th day of April, 1013. tho only fly In tho ointment, or ray My Commission Expires February 20, 1010. of light In the gloom, aa you choose Charles Hogg, Notary Public. .. to consider It. .. . 1 Orand Jury en Liquor Business. The grand Jury of Christian county, Illinois, ou December SO last, 'embodied In Its report the following par graph: lie It Ileiolved, That we deem It high time this nation dissolved part nership with this and .hon's studies In mttir.. seven-business. It will help hoiih. to reuieinlK-- r that tenths ot our findings are caused dl- - "Whatsoever things were written nfont- rectly or indirectly by the um of II- tme wvn. wrllleii for our learning. (,uor that we through patience and comfort "" of the Scriptures uilglit have luiie." Beys Negleoted. tn,i (tmt tlelnicw were our exnm "You letl.lators pais laws for the p0 ,llt.M1 i,,,,,,,,,.,! , protection of the birds and th tyims" (limn xv. t; I Cor. x. fl, 11. why not protect the boya mnrglni. I havu no doubt but that Jo Jtunka lsot" Mra. Florence D. Illchard, ,eph was suitaliiiil In his siifferlngs president of the Ohio W. C. T. U., at by the glory set liefore him In his Uglalatlve hearing on the license dnnis. for Miice he could lnleriret question. tt,c (IiViiiiik of others, ns i kIiiiII nee family-wrecking went from Hebron iffllowMilpi. nunc to Khechem and was found uuiiderliiK In the Held (John xvl. '.'S; xvll. 21: Iv. 4. ft: Matt. xlll. :W; l.uke Ix. .Vj He uent after his brethren to wJB their welfare, and his father told him to bring hlin word again (l.uke xlx. 10: xv. I; John xvll. I.'ti They con spired ncnluit him. nxx ked hlin. strip-K'Ii I tn. put him In a pit. sat down nnd nrttTMiiril hlin Into Kgypt for twenty pieces of silver (Matt, itvll, 1. 28. nil. Il; xxvl. 1ft; II. It; Mark xv, Ps. xl. 2; IxU, 2. II. I.M. He Int'iiine a slave to nil ollleer of Pharaoh, but the Lord wiih with tilt it nnd mailt nil that he did to prostr (Isa. xlix. 7: llil. 10; Phil. II. 7: Johu xvl. 321. Those who oppressed 111 in were hlcssvd for his sake and placed everything under his care (Uph. I. 3: Iv. 32: John ill. :tr.: Il Tim. I, 121. lie wns n goodly Mrson, well favored, yet without sin (Song v. Ill; Luke II. f.2; Hub, Iv. Ifti, Many other texts may be added to the"-- , anil we will quote further analogies from Miss labor ,, fr Brewer Hope. Th church people can drive at when they try. and we know IL Our hep Il ln working after they grow tired, and continuing to work If6 days In tba year. New Tork Brewer.' n our next lexsou. f,i unmt imvp under- atood Hoiiieihlug of the slgiiincnnce or his own, It true of every redeemed ,oul. as It win. true of Joseph, that ev- ,Ty ti;i In the wn nf humiliation l (tep tuvnnl n thr ud a kliiyiloui. I April 24, 1013 THE CITIZEN. Page Three. ON SLCriON NO. 12 What Wc, Us and Company Did With a Firm Hand to Guide the Undertaking. BY JOHN PHILIP ORTH. tf iTd. hnd been surveyed within two mile of Major Charlton's country homo, and tin- - retired nrmy officer had Hindi-hid for and secured the grading to ho done on section No. 12, Tim mnjor wan a widower with only one child a duughtrr named May. Hhn hnd returned from school and waft waiting, na all girls must wait, and It waa generally understood thnt ho waa rnther strcng-mlndefor a young girl. It waa rnther IndependNot ence than that aho wni mannish, but that tihu rode nround thn country on her pony without a chaperon, fished, awam and hunted at her pleasure, and could bent her father at billiards or at almoat any other game. When thn major came homo nnd announced that he hnd secured tho contract for aectlr.n 12 Mlaa Mny applauded nnd anld: "Vou will want a bookkeeper nnd a paymnater, and I will serve aa both" "Hut you don't understand what of help I must employ," he re- A through nm rallrond llii! country a , "KorelRiiers, and mostly ltnllana. It but that will be n tough crowd, doesn't acarn mo." "Too tough a crowd for a girl to be mlied with. I fUall count myaelf lucky to get along with a row every two weeka. I am told that I rnn't carry my contract through, do the beat I can." "Don't you believe It, daddy. We, tin and company will atari In with n firm hnnd and not let the pndronea or Illack Hand take the authority out of our handa. I ahan't expect to do much Imialng, but If cnlled upon to take a hand I ahan't run away from "I ahall, of courae, get a man for bookkeeper and cashier." observed the father na ho turned away Ilut he did not From the time the work began until the offlce of the contractor waa ready to atep Into, Mlaa May apent moat of Mr time on the ground, suggesting and boaalng. and when the hour arrived she took off her hat and glovea and opened the booka and pocketed the key of the aafe. "Walt until you aee the aort of laborers that are coming!" aald the major aa he shook his head. Two daya later 300 men arrived Italians. Slavs and lluna. They had their own quarters, but they could not fall to hear of the glrl'a presence. Indeed, ahe inuat como and go In their full Bight. They were a hard lot and one or two men dominated all the others. One of the leadera visited the office to aay to the major: "Why you have,the girl here?" "It makes no deeference. No girl hould be here. She mnkea mistakes and we are cheated." "When you think you have been cheated come and tell me so." "Hut the men don't like It, You must get a man to take her place." Two or three of the unaucceaful bidders had evidently tampered with the men with a view of getting up a atrlke at the very outset. It waa a puerile excuse they advanced, and It aroused the major Into aaylng: "I ahall not get a man. If you want to raise a row go ahead!" "It Ib not mo, but tho men." "Tell them to atrlke at any hour they want to!" "Unity for you, daddy!" exclaimed the daughter a the fellow left the of- It." "She a my daughter." aho 0look a to and fro men and heard "yio didn't want you to come, hut I am cot going to let them run you ofit They won't atrlke until they can And a better excuse," Neither did they The rood bed for the new rallrond ran parallel with the highway for a mile and na Mlaa May received black fice. "I Fifteen minutes later every laborer had thrown down his tools and waa cheering nnd whooping. They made no other demonstration for some time, but at length they formed In a solid body, nnd armed with plrka, shovels, axea nnd atones moved down on the ofllcn and surrounded It Then the major did n foolish thing, but one perfectly logical from the standpoint of r a man of arms. He throw open and stood there nnd defied the mob. He waa not armed, but one can't look for honor In auch a crowd After a long minute, In which the men hurled a hundred Insults at him the major waa atrue.k In the head by a atone nnd fell bnck Into thn office unconacloua. Miss May dragged the body back and cloacd and locked the door. Thero was no rush of the atrlkera. 8hn went to the telephone nnd called up the house and the cook and aald: "Mary, tho men out here have struck and nre making awful threata do down to the road and tell thn first man that cornea along that father la badly hurt and I am locked In the office." "I get you. nnd I'll aend n doien men!" replied the cook na ahe hung up the trumpet and made a acoot. Mlaa May was bathing her father's wound when the whooping nnd the rocks began to pelt. It was only a temporary structure, and thn splinters soon began to fly Amldat the fuslladi- - tho leader of the mob waa heard shouting: "Come out here wo want you! If you don't come out we'll try dynamite." "And I'll try bullets!" anld the girl to herself as n rock came through the window and missed her head by an Inch. There were hoots of derlBlon as the soldier's daughter rested the barrel of her revolver on the sill of the same window nnd piilld the trigger. She fired low, to take her tnrgeta In the lega, nnd out of six bullets five drew howls of pain. Thn mob broke back at her shooting, lugging off the wound' a ed, nnd after nn Interval of ten approached under the lender cover of a dag of truce and called out "Open the door to ua or we use dy" namite and blow you all to No answer waa ventured, nnd In a quarter of an hour the mob was rendy to carry out the threat One aide of the office waa without windows, thus making a safe approach, and a man waa creeping forwnrd with a charge that ,would have rent everything to pieces when the panting and girl heard the hoots of an auto, and next moment the popptng of revolvers The cook had obeyed ordera nobly. Aa It chnnced, the flrat auto to come along contained four men. and It needed but a word to aend them apeedlng awny. In five minutes after their arrival tho mob waa In flight. When four men get together, In an auto or on tho atreet corner, there la at least ono young man among them. If aaked to go to thn rescue of a maid con and her father hardly keep pace with him. It waa tho young lawyer. I'hllllp Fayram. In this case. He waa on his way over to the county aent to try a case, and tho old gray heads with him Of course they were witnesses. couldn't aee any romance In tho rescue, and they even imlled In a cynical and superior way. but others through different eyea. The atrlkera enmo back after two or three daya, and the major'a con tract wna finished without further ! trouble. The wounded legs went to I the hospital to bn cured In time, nnd made reply In time the warrior-fatheto a question "Yea, by (leorge. take her'" And aome time after pence had been restored the lender of the strlk-- I era was heard saying In the mnn who waa creeping ui to place tho dynn- j mln-Utepale-faced chain-lightnins KENTUCKY HAVING BRISK AWAKENING Everywhere Are In SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRINGYOUNG 1st Door Training that adds to your general education. money-earnin- g PEOPLE power, combined with Berea's Vocational Schools State Things Happening. A FOR VOUNQ MEN Agriculture, Carpentry Printing, Commercial. FOR YOUNO LADIES llomcSclence, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nurs-inSltl'P.IIVIMOH'H R.CIIOOL tlfijT-ounty- Stenography and Typewriting. super-viso- r NEW SCHOOLS Aa BEING BUILT. school Fast as Laws Arc Psittd For th Batttrmtnt of Rural School Countlat of Thsm 8teurs Takt Advantag Sarvfcaa of Exptrta and 8alet Taaoh. r Mora Carafully. There never wna n time In the history of the old commonwealth when Its future looked ns bright na It doe In this yenr of 101.1. No mntler where one goes In thelength nnd breadth of tho state one hears schools being Many new buildings nre being erected In tho place of thoso wbleh have ao long been n. disgrace to the communities thnt have ermltted them to exist. Plans nre being discussed In many localities for Inrger grounds nnd lietter equipment Tho teachers nre Mm.' more cnrefnlly selected than In the past, nnd there Is n general feeling Nlstnncc. that achool problems should be fairly Close and constant supervision la met nnd solved. the price of success In nny business, This feeling has reunited In marked and our bndly scnttered rural schools activity In educational mutters In nil nre no exception. We hnvc not got sections of the stnte. Tho county au- the returns from our expenditure of thorities have tnken ndvnntnge of the money on our rural schools because new educational lnws without delay. there wns no supervision to learn The Inst legislature passed a law al- where the leaks were und bow they lowing county hoards of education to might Is' stopped or repaired. to oversee (he provide supervisors Money mid money In nny amount work done In the schools. At once needed will come ns soon ns superviover forty comities (00k mlvnutage of sion makes the public know thnt rethe new law, nnd secured the aervlcei sults will be obtained.. Our children Of ono or more experts to assist the hnvc been taught In nny fashion that county superintendent In this suiter-visio- suited the Individual thnt wns In the nelghliorhood "kcepln school.' work. Daviess county decided to try n rnththe children did not know what er unique plan of supervision, which was the mutter when they failed to seems to have worked admirably dur- mnke suitable progress; neither did ing the school year thnt has Just clos- their parents. Kvery one knew thnt tho Interest of ed. Instead of striving to reach the 106 smnll schools scattered over n both the children nnd their parents large county thnt Is often cut to pieces tlnggcd. They nlso knew thn( many by swollen streams thnt flow through of the older children dropped out of they were thoroughly tint bottom hinds the Itonrd of, educa- school tion decided to have fifteen supervis- illssiitlxtled. ors. Iteports from comity superintendents These supervisors were nil teacher all over the state show thnt there Is of strong personality nnd wide experi- new spirit both In the tencblng force und among the children under this ence. All of them held first class cer- new Influence of suerislon. It Is a tificates and had had normal training. simple proKsltlon. It Is thnt Iwth Of course there wns not enough teachers nnd children nre becoming g supervision over 105 schools to keep conscious of definite work that Is fifteen supervisors busy, so each of done tu a thoroughly systematic s ur her, own little manner. them. . n Nat-urnll- y 11 bo-luInui-lithl- hnd taught from Monday throng Friday there would have been nc tlnnj for visiting the other six school In his group. The phlli outlined for this school year tins been for the supervising teacher to hold school from Tuesday through Saturday, thus leaving Mon day open for visiting the other schools Ily visiting three schools each Monday the supervising teacher would be utile to reach nil six schools once every two weeks. This makes It possible for the county superintendent to hnve n report from nn expert from every portion of the county twice n month. With the supervisor handling n smnll group, bad roads cannot make the work Impossible. There Is also tlx added ndvnntnge that at the opening of the school yenr, when many young and rather Inexperienced teachers are In great iiccU of help, tlm supervisor li clo.se ut hand to give the required ns ounii If the 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Ocneral Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others llko yourself and give chance for most rapid progress. 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For thote who are not expecting to teach and who are not going through College, but desire more general education. This Is Just tho thing for thoso preparing 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 to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young people can toad! through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on In their course of study. Read DIosmore'o great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door 6th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College - This is thu straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy lc now Berea's largest department. This Is tho crown of tho wholo Institution,courses In all advanced subjects. and provides standard Questions Answered DEItEA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with :u affiliated schorls, Is not a money-makin- g institution. It requires certain fees, but It expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its student, g.vtng 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 FAMI LY, with careful regulations to protect the charaetor 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, am many assist in work of boarding boll, form and shops, receiving valuable training, and petting 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 expanses. Write to ths Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with difftrcnt people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warns wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoe are necessary. THE STORK furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umhrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING FJCPENSES are really below cost. Tin College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffiee or extras, $1.36 a week, in the fall, in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedand ding, 40 to 60 cedts for each person. SCHOOL FEES ore 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 core of school buildings, hosnital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teach trs oil our Instruction Is a free gift) The Incidental Fee for most students Is $5.00 a term; In Academy and Normal $0.00 ana $7.00 in Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: WINTER TERM $1-5- Mile fool I fool all fool but the ft ith astonishment"." "What's the meaning of this?' de young laldeo. She big heroine! She inanded the officer, sternly. don't yell and whoop ahe shoot!" Hut Itafferty did not disturb him (Copyright, 1913, liy the McClure News-p.ilHyixltrate.) self. "Shure," ho replied, "1 thought ye'd Prlvata Rafferty Explained. left me to freeze to death so fer con It wns a snowy, windy night and vanlence Jest laid myaelf out in ould Private Itafferty, on guard, quickly got coffin. An' bebad, ye can plase yerselt an chilled. ubout callln' out the firing-partThu snow drifted into his sentry-bo- going on wid thu funeral." until. In sheer deaperatlou, ho moved that rude shelter to a sloping Studies of the Vernacular. position lu the lee of tho buttress of "Sayjen, wossatchoogot?" the wall. "Watchamean?" f From a locker ut the foot of tho "Youreat Insumpun ! " he abstracted a largo Union Jack, "Snuthlnbutta wadagumklt." and wrapping this round him he crept "Well, canchaglmmychunk?" "Solllgot." into thu box and tried to make himThe tlmo seemed "Yougotchoomerve." self comfortable. dreadfully long nnd presently Itafferty "Qultchertlbbln!" dozed off to sleep, to be awakened la"Awculltout, girls!" warned the ter by the flush of a lantern In his floorwalker, who bad happened along eyea, und, looking up, he found an and overhenrd the conversation. Chi officer nnd Ihe sergeant eyeing hlra cago Tribune. Tou that day: " rr 1 x Tlt-Blt- flag-stuf- VOCATIONAL AND (SCHOOLS FOUNDATION ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLEGE Incidental Fee Room Board 6 $5.00 6.00 $6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 - $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 weeks .9.00 Amount due January 1, 1913 Board for 6 weeks, due Feb. 12, .... $20.00 9.00 $29.00 BICKNELL (2b HARRIS, Real Estate Agents BEREA, KENTUCKY A FEW OF THE BARGAINS WE ARE OFFERING Five room rcsiek-- cu on Jnckscii Ky. Has I nth ami water in house. Stuct, This is a rial nice mill convenient home on me of the bust streets in town, has concrete walk in (runt, also concrete walk in nnr to bain. Ibis properly would be cluap at $2, coo but we niian to sell it. Give us an offer. Number 1. i lk-tea- Total for term If paid in advance SPRING Incidental Fee Room Board , 5 S28.60 TERM $ S.00 S30.70 $ 6.00 5.00 6.75 17.75 6.75 24.60 S3I.70 $ 7.M 60)0 6.75 18.76 6.75 25.50 cursing under their breath, It would have been folly to pay any attention to It. NothlnK morn was heard from the leader aa to the glrl'a leaving, nnd It two weeka before another call waa made. Then the leader announced: "We were hired to work nine hours a day, and you urn making It ten. Wo must havo an hour off or more pay." "Every man of you was hired for 1 , ten hourn a day." replied tho major, ahall not shorten tho time by "nnd n minute nor Increase tho pay by n Ho am I." "I think they strike, eh?" "If they wnnt to." "If they do then they will break and destroy." "When thoy begin to do thnt there will be aomo shooting!" "So? So? You aro not a v'so man." "I am wise, enough to aee your game." "Will they atrlke?" asked the girl of her father. "Suro to, after coming with a third cent. "The men nre very angry." Number 2. One lari;e two Moiy concitte stoie house in the best business part of Derm, almost new, cost over $2500. Owner stiys it must sell as Now yen, he is making a change in btitints-sMr. Man, who have bun loolirg ft r a it ante to own one of the best business plans in Ky. strike while the iron is hot, this fine building 011I) i8co. . Number 3. Almost new, two sloij icwn 1 ice m house on liuonc St., near Chestnut St., en the hill. Good Katden and barn, some fiuit nnd a lare cistern. This is one of the most di shuttle en is in Herea. Can be bought for 2100011 j;ocd teitns. Number 4. Nearly two acres of land, nood four room cottage and t arn on ClicMnut St., just out side of city limils.f No Town Tax to pay. A great bargain nt f 1350. Number 5. One two story frame business house on Main Street, Kmsell Springs, Russell Co., Ky. Worth f 1,400.00. Good terms. Number 6. Faun laying two and one half miles from Kusse ll Springs, KustcU Co., Ky., containing 450 acres, 300 clesimi and under fence, tost in tim Sandy loam, clear of stones and lays rolling. Thirty acres in grass, forty in wheat, sixty acres fresh cleared, has been cultivated only two years. Four room tenement house with barns, one new framed, nine room resident building, ceiled and papered. This farm will cost you 20.00 per acre. Number 7. We also have residence property and building lots in the beautiful College town, Uerea, Ky., for sale on reasonable terms and prices. Number 8. Blue grass farm, in Clark Co., thirteen miles south of Lexington, containing 107! acres, well fenced, lays almost in a square, pike running thru farm. Residence and all necessary buildings in good repair, and as good blue grass land as there is in Clark Co. This farm can be had now for 100.00 per acre. This is a great bargain. Wtite to us at once. ber. weeks 26, 1913 4.00 8.75 15.76 6.76 22.60 Amount due March Board 6 .. .. weeks due Apr. 30, 1913 . Total for term If paid in advance $22.00 S24.O0 'S25.00 "And they may even nttnek ua?" "They certainly will." "And wo?" "You hnd better stay home for a few daya. "And inlsH tho row? Well. I guess not! Wo each havo a rovolver, und can mnko It very lively for them." At 9 o'clock next morning tho leader delivered his ultimatum eight hours a day or a strike. "Strlko awayl" was tho reply ol tho major. pretext." We have some very fine boundaries oak, chestnut oak, poplar and other kinds If interested write us. of timber for sale. Number 9. of white The best farm anywhere near Herea. outside of corporation, contninirg jooacus, Just all mwly fenced, and in four fields, water in eaih field. All kinds of fruit, best faun Ioum in the country, good bain and out buildings. This faun can now be had for 125.00 per acre. If you are in the market for anything in our line, write us what you want, and we will try to phase Number 10. you. This does not Include the dollar doposlt nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Fall Winttr Total Spring $36.00 $12.00 $10.00 Stenography and Typewriting .. .,$14.00 12.00 36.00 10.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .. .. 14.00 7.00 18.00 6.00 5.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) Business course studies for students In other departments: 7.C0 27.00 9.00 10.60 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 1S.0O 5.00 6.00 7.00 of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. I.IC 1X0 1.80 Arith., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 In no case wll". special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea If there Is the will to do so. It Is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time In the publls schools going over and over the same things, when tbey might be Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies wltk some of the best young men and women from other counties and state, Applicants must bring; or send a testimonial showing; that they are above 15 years old, in good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Spring Tarra opened Wednesday, March 2Cth. HURRY. For Information or friendly advice write to tlw Secretary, able-bodi- D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Pa Re Pour. I'HE CI 1'IZEN. April 34, 1913. HICKORY PLAINS ITEMS For-tun- ooooooooooooooooooooorooao. Wilson Holds the Reins t FOUNDERS' DAY c Hickory Plain, April 21. John Tho Lexington leader Is urging President Wilson by Uls tnet, his many of tho pitfalls of his predecos- and family of Whllos Htntlon various patriotic societies of tho city readiness to consult nnd the fact soro who have nttetnpted to modify spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ilttd to Inaugurate a movement for what o c may bo known ns Founders Day or Hush. that ho will go tw.ro (ban hall way tho tariff. o NEWS OF BHREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A And the President Is Hiking Ilia Tho (Undo Sunday School dijoy.'d Lexington's birthday. It Is said that c to meet Congrara way from nil ,the VARIETY OF SOURCES country Into his confidence also, nnd nn outing on Robes Mountain, Sunday, tho city was named after tho battlo c tho White House to the. President's It would were of Iioxlngton, the first Inhabitants Mr. nnd Mrs Kllhu lllckucll scni Hint for oneo wo may room In tho Capitol, In fact has won have a great reduction In tho tariff visitors nt Wnllaceton, Sunday. hnvlng establish d Uicmsclvis 011 i.f without putting business Into n holu. Mr. 'Pun (luest nnd family cf Hob' tho site of the blue grass cnpttol Tho 3rd annual "Buisgy Day" at great prestlgo since tho opening Congrcsi, nnd It Is freely predicted Altogether the new administration town, Jack Clark nnd family of Whites j n,oul April 19, 1779, four years after Welch's, goon. Don't inlts It. (ad) that his administration will escape Is mcetlnc with raver. Station will leave In a few days for tlio famous bnttle. Rev. Kcltch's llttlu daughter fell Gcrmnntown, O., to mako their home. removing an old rhurch In the and broke her arm, Sunday. Dr. M Tho College is mnklng arrangements Tho Normals won In a game Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Burdens were city,, last week, n tombstone wns 0ITV "a Cornelius wus called and net th baseball with th Vocational by a to InsUll nn lee plant In connection shopidng In Ben'a, Saturday. found bearing tho names of Jam- Office over Berea Bank A. Trust Co. nmi Sno (s sported to im Retting ccoro ot 11 to 3, Monday afternoon, with tho Power Plant, so ns to give Mrs. Delhi Terrill Is slowly Improvwho were mild nnd Margan-- t Llmta-jalong exceedingly well. - -on the main athletic field. A good better ecrvlco at the Hoarding Hull ing. to havo been among tho first settlers F.dwin S. Fee of Clarksburg, ninny witnessed the game, and It is and Tavern. In tlmo DAN H. BRECK this may make Mr. and Mrs. Pnl Lewis npnt Sun- of tho city. Mrs. Llmtsey died In Ind., attended the funeral of Mrs. hoped that baseball enthusiasm will Ico better and chenper for nil Keren. day with Mrs. F. M. Dill. u 17U3. Lludsoy 1783 nnd Mr. Llndsny Fire, Lite, Accident, and Live Mock on continue. Mon,tay, returning home, Chnrley Evars had a horse to fall Mrs. Uoyd Wynn of Pnlnt l.lek has said to havo, been n brother-in-laINSURANCE Wednesday. .Miss Lula SiKinccr, n former stu- - been vlnltlng her cousin, Miss Nancy over an embankment nnd kill himul tho n'nl founder of the rlty, ColWill sign your bond. The little sou of Hev. and Sirs. dent of tho Normal Depattuient wlics self last week. ff, nn Academy student. onel Robort Patterson. Richmond, Ky. Chas. S. Knight, who lell one day homo Is now In Middb'town, O., had A number of Bercans nre ;intlclp:U-In- g Phone 505 last week, breaking two teeth and a narrow escape Irom tho floods In BIG HILL ITEMS rT FOR SALE going to tho l'Mucatlonal Assocla-tlobiting his tongue. Is reported better. thnt city, nnd was left entirely desNorth Bound, Local next to bo held nt Ixnilsvllle Big Hill, April 21. Mr. Win. Haley ou 0ll0 tract ot ,,nJ( M 7:00 a. m. 10:66 p. in. j Klvo cars of fertilizer uow on sale a titute. KnoiTlllo week on Wednesday, Thursday and has resigned as poctmaster here. ,,, ot raron,i Conway, Ky. 0UBt (ad.) 8:62 a. m. chrlsman's. 1:07 p. m OK RE A The Senior Academy boys planned Friday. Mr. James Hazelwood's family have 0no g((oJ cgnt room ,wclnK built 7:46 a-6:30 p. m. Cincinnati a trip to Angllu Fulls, Monday, for Tnp jiRS0nary Society of tho The Mlss'-- s Hon man and Frcsl had on modern style, known as tho Hart Dound, Local !tlgt C,.,rc, j,as thltty yardo ot line the eutlro class. A delightful trip, of I, joint birthday dinner nt President umallox. Mr. James lllgnlto hns rented Mr, pr0jM-rty- ; finished In good stylo with 8:16 p. m homcniads carpet for sale. For any course, was to be expected, owing to j Fro8t' 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati lasl Saturday. Apr. lath. The re Philip Hayes com ground to tend 8ummCr kitchen, good well, good 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. information call on .Mis. Tom tJulnti. the beautiful weather. Urn. B12REA wm. cKlt eUl!lllll present, nnd nn this year. (good garden, good store house, Slxtio 7:00 p. m. 5:60 a. a, 1'hone 100. Knoxvllle (ad). uterary bociiy win enjoyable lima wnE miorted. inc hraiiKiin Mrs. Nittle Treudwuy nnd MUs fect nnd otllcr oul buildings. On-- ! Express Train. DIs-I- n Mrs. Iaura Jones has Just received give an open mooting, Saturday night. TUl, Eleventh Congressional v a Susie Hrnndenburg of Richmond paid KOOj four 111 nn tnV.i EOC.i cott.co Jg wm BU,p a Iin. their room, in the Industrial Build- - ltIet Teachors' Association was held Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Manous n visit new, Wd h well finished, about fifteen yOu4. on Daasengen for Dayton, O., Hlcn- ing, to which they nru inviting U10L, ijarltttirvlllo last week. The meet- Fine outing hats for excursions limy last Saturday week.. fruit trees. I will sell for 3,SM tf mond, Ind-- . Indianapolis, Ind., Colum glris from tho Foundation Schools and I B wn8 vory 100rly ntlclul,i. partly be had from fifty to seventy-fiv- e Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hnrrlsou visited easy terms. For tartlculars ou bus, O., and points beyond. se. them. Chestnut t;t. Vocational girls of Fquudntlon rank. jon ncc0unt of the lateness of the In this neighborhood, Sunday evening, or address me nt Conway, Ky call U. cents. Call nnd or South Bound. (ad). Mr. Jns. M. Montgomery, an assist- - .season, nnd partly owing to the fart Store. Mr. R. L. Ambioso has been taking j8 yyatt, Berea, Ky. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati ant of W. P. Weatherford at the j that Superintendents were busy with the school census tno past wock. .Mrs, W. H. Porter and daurfht.-r- , W. M. Hay. .. 11:55 a. m. tiKREA census reports. Those presr-n- t Mr. and Mrs. Ora Colin nud two In Southern Conference gave an enter-.thevisited No. 33 will stop to take on pas- Frances, ot Lexington tho meeting, ihuuging children from Illinois nre spending Berea from Thursday until Saturday talnlng moving picture exiKisltton at reorganized HARVEY H. BROCK sengers for Atlanta and points the chniK'l last Saturday night. Illus- It from the Klevcnth CotigreKslonal l few dnjs at M. 1). Settle's. of last week. Mr. Lincoln Cnstin-- l is very III with For County Superintendent-- Mr. Frank Wheeler visited with trating tho conference which Is to District Teachers' Ass'iclatlon to the North Bound . be held at Black Mountnln, N. C. Upper Cumberland Educational and tuberculosis. friends in town Inst week. 4:45 p. m. BliREA Born In Madison County; atU'ud.d In- - out Mr. Jessie Neely Is able to !:50 p. in. Cincinnati Secretary Morton preached nt th' Public Schools at lxlngton, Ky., again. .Methodist church last Sunday morn- is homo gnuluated at Kentucky, now TransylRobinson Miss llernlce vania University, In 1SU3; taught In Special fertilizer for oats and grass, tag. from school. County schools and afterwaids oerved nt corn, tobacco or truck gardens Just arrived, a car load of the (ad.i latest Improved farm machinery, such eleven years In Richmond as High Chrlsman's. WHITES STATION NEWS School teacher, I rluclpal and SuperMr. and Mrs. W. D. Logsdon spent as drills, harrows, planters, culthatStation, April St. Miss intendent Whites ors and plows of the James Oliver Sunday with J. M. Ccylo and wife. Holx-rt- , Subject to th" uction of the Demo Lucy Cochruu and nephew, tho J. Q. Caso brands at Chris- Mls3 Salllc Bodkin who has be?n and Saturday. (ad.) cratlc imrty luthe August Primary were shopping In town, days In Berca return- man's. Blinding a few left. Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Woolf Mr. and Mrs. Pal Ccnuilson o! Hick Your vote will bo nppri-ctatred homo, Tuesday. Monday, for a short visit with Mr. ory Plains wore visiting Mr. Dlllard A." Roebuck of Paris was In D. Buggies in "Better ask twice than your Anderson uud family, Sunday. rnd Mrs. W. II. Porter In Lexington. Thursday. once." Mr. S. B. Combo nnd family have NonEarl Mcl'hercon who has been Tho Misses Grace Adams and Lucy moved luto their neat and attracthe Welch btaylng with her aunt, Mrs. Barclay. Ogg were In Richmond, Thuisday. has left (or Corblu. little house which has Just ben erectMr. Jack Clark and family havo FOR RENT, A five room cottage on ed on Center St. Sis. Mrs. accompanied Parkway and Chestnut Ml 33 Nancy Moycis, moved to Ohio. HOUGHTON, (ad) PARRY, PHOENIX, j by the Misses Cora Newton and Sam Masou shipped a ulco buikh of Laura Jones. hogs tho other day. line Miller, 3pcnt from Saturday unt Mr. nud Mrs. Judge T. J. Coy SECHLER and BANNER Mrs. Will llendreu from Duliith bus spent Monday In Kingston with Mr. ' Monday at her homo In Richmond, nijirk l.i'i iw.u oMtiwt or in, H Iieen visiting her mother, Mrs. Grass seeds, plow, nnd wire fence end Mrs. Geo. Young. fur rHEI SCARCH murt (ad) at this place. Itrn.l Mr. Wm. Phillips cf Frankfort at,- - at Welch's. Hud Dunn bought a new buggy the Mr. Morton's Sunday Schcol class BUILD FORTUNES tor r i,i ,,nM.. .1 r .k f.,n.oi 'other day. n... W .1, ' 'ou,15 mcn aRtl a number of addi- He Phllll.m nt Rieh!and. Sundav! I TherJ will, bo a pie supior at the ' tional Invited guests enjoyed nn exreturned home, Monday. ' Menelauii house, Saturday cchool ceedingly pleasant and delightful evenMiss Mary Coylo will spend this night, tor tho Ix'iioflt of the rhureh. ATCflT LAWVCna. ing together at the Parish ltoiw, week with friends at Paint Lick. ' Mrs. Flank Blown has been visltlni: ( 1303 Seventh ft, Waihlnnton.D. C.J Tuesday. Keep your oyo open for the big . with her sister at Iiowell, tills 16 ier cent fertilizer Is known by (ad) "Buggy Day" at Welch's Grade Fortuuo visited the MIrs' s ' Welch's, (ad) Mr. Stephen Langford spent Satur- everybody. Sold at llruwn, Sunday. A largo number of the students day and Sunday in. Berca. . nt Tilers will Im singing serli-'beautiful Alfred Wood, n Berca student, spent took advantage of the Whites Station Cbapi'J every Tuesday weather, Monday, nnd went for un all" Sunday and Monday with his parents night. day outing. The Volunteer Mission at Wlldie. Miss Ina Plugleton H'iit Sunday Study band went to Brush Creek ! (ad.) Frazler carts at Chrlsman's with Aunt Mary stu- - j Caves, a party of tho Vocational Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Bodkin returned The Hitter brothers gave the young It tvtrt rr 11. thnm ' The Duncan IRuto is being moved Industrial Association, the object f folks a party Saturday night. ImniA lie nt nnd several other parties to various 'Tor '.."i a n6w automobile which tiny purchas points of wero the Mlssi-- Grueo Parks, back and away from Putiium Hall ho which Is to unite all tho forces for interest in the surrounding ed whllo away. as to Kivo zpaco for a nice grassy tho betterment of its clubs, farms. Nannie Harclny, Iua Plngb'ton, Anna community. Mr. Edwin Fee was here fiom Indiinstitutes, etc. rrci amitn ana j'ror. Brown, Hlanrho Smith, Kettle Ijiiii-Imr- t, lawn in front of the hall. ( Old Hickory and Studebuker bug. ana to attend tho funeral of Mrs. Fay. Alfa Robinson, Annie Cochmn, Mrs. Roberts Is resuming her btu- - .Lewis attended from Berea, the form-die- s , trloa I in and n nn ti . . I. n Tho best buggies In tho world In the Llfo of Christ In the W. C. or shaking on "School Sanitation," .Mary nnd Juno White; the Messrs. at Chrlsman's. Notes with security A. l Tax- - Cum Fortune, Fnrrla Mniipln, Hurber ' Welch's. fnd whllo tho latte: spoko 011 lad.) Miss Ada Estrldge gave a'scolal acceI'teI- Jmlth, Bob Coelinin, Horace Burton, Emogene Best was visited by atlon. Miss Tll Sunday meetings of Harts Miss Smith gave a ruc'ptin for Lyman Klklns, Iiiiwrenco Brown, Hugh last Saturday evening from seven hci mother from Mnysvllli-- , O., to ten o'clock to a largo mini- - ,llemont wcro well attended. Mr3. Rob- tew days last week. her mother and father of Ikiltnue nnd Johnnie Parks. All hnd an entoy- and .Mr. Smith spoke, In th ber of young men and young wemen able time. 191 J 'Ohio, last Thursday evening am-- 1 .Mrs. F. B. Peckhum, of the Thero will be a general gatheiin ot tho town at her homo on Chest- Mrs. Robinson and daughter, Alfii. College graduating class, drove over iarlor of Boone Tavern, thu Camp Fire girls soon. LoqIj. sK-n- t nut St. In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. of Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Taylor assist last Tuesday evening with h'-t" her parents' home at Newhy, Madl- lo,,t Public notices. Bodkin, who wow lecontly married. non County, last Saturday. I'! "y Miss Hepsa Mayfleld, cn .daughter, Mrs. Ilallle Maupln. Tho evening was an exceedingly enMiioi iirown wns shopping In ! It looks like everybody Is going to who tertalned U10 Vocational graduutlng A numbor of tho delegates joyable one to all pieaent. ev u- - rea, i nuay. Welch's. (ad) atteidcd tho contest, Monday nlsht, class at their nouto last .Mrs. Robert (Nxhrun has Mr. David Cola of Sand Gap was on The Wednesday night prayer meetwere accommodated at the Hoarding tag. The niums welt- very beautifully In town, Monday. .Uecorat-- d in applo blossoms, and th" tin sick list. ings at tho Union Church are callliu Hall du-istay. their Tho Christian church held a roclal out largo crowds. I. ... ... u- - -ui.ninv. n- furinei- - student ut music rendered by Mr. Taylor and Tuesday night from to S:30 on ot Mss Smith added much to the delight the Collego, but now Manager Dalnt) Don't you want the one girl tho lawn just In front of the church. the St. Louis brunch of tho Diamond ful program of the evening, COLLEGE ITEMS The ovenlng was very pleasantly Rubber Co., spent a lew hours In B- - refreshments wore ulso s"rvcd, end to say the same of you? You tspent. Rev. Call F. Michel, minister of the rea jiomjay, Wth M. L. Spink, ami a most enjoyable time was reported Dr. and Mrs. ifcxiKin, accompanteu .Mr. Klmberlaln, u Civil War voter can be sure she will when I'resuytenan Luurcu at tiarian, ami renewed numerous old acquaintances, by Mrs. Welch and daughter, Hilda, trusteo of Borea Collego was a It had been fifteen years since ho an, died last Satin day at his homo on you arc wearing your Globe over to Lexington, Sundny, in tor here last Wednesday and Thurs- - 'was In school here, and ho was great- - Dejot Street. Funeral services were "Neecie-MoMet- i" Monday afternoon, by J. new machine. day. Ho led worahip at united chapel tneir y Hurprl3ed asd Suit. elated with the conducted, Mr. TVrrlll, State Student Secretary j Thursday morning, nnd rendered two j improvements made In that time, W. Parsons. Tho members of the Beof tho Y. M. C. A., was In town, Sun- - selections of music, which were much And you'll be as proud of ireslclciit and Mrs. Frost start on rea G. A. R. were present at day and Monday. appreciated by tho nudlenc". Wednesday night for Atlanta. Ga yourself, as she is of you. No otuor concern dares to give a jirs. Austin, wifo of Rev. Austin of Pres. Frost has been apiK)!nUd a Miss Myrta Hatcher who was re- - ( guarantee liko Welch's. Why? Be- - thy Presbyterian Church at Collego dclegato by Gov. McCreary to the So- ccntly called homo on account of for you'll have that conficauso they haven't got the quality. mi, Cincinnati, Ohio, who made Be. ciological Congret-- meeting In that tho Illness of her sister rejiorts that dent "just right" feeling. (ad) rcu a visit during tho winter, is city. He Ic also to give the oHnlug alio is much improved. Prof. Calfoo returned, Saturday, spending u few days at Boono Tavern. address ut a Conference of Church Come in and choose the fabric you llov. Chas. S. Knight together with Workers In the Mountain Regions, from Richmond, Va., where ho atlike from over 500 handsome his wife and family left for Chicago which convenes ut tho sumo time as tended tho ICth Conference Mr Edu- ' the least money for cation In tho South. Mr. Hudson wus u few days ago. tho Sociological Congress. samples. We'll take your t the In attendance and took advantMrs. Wright of Columbus, O., an also Mr. Chas. Vouug, Field Secretin y measure, and friend of the College spent age of tho opportunity to visit HampLeague Palace Meat Market from Interested of tho Prohibition guest of ton Institute. Prof. Calfee returned I Chicago, spoko to united chapel, Tues Wednesday In Berca. ns and Grocery ' Mrs. Front, while on her way back by wuy of Washington, The GlobeTailoring Co. ilay morning, allowing what a big Sir. 'A. J. Collins of Clay County U. B. ROBERTS, Proprietor. problem tho liquor question Is, and fiom tha South. Cincinnati spent, Monday, with his son, Ben, Coyle Bulk! ing, Main St. Phone 37 j outlining Dr. und Mrs. Cowley returned, yesthe work of tho organiza will do the rest. Muncy, Ind., whero thry who is lu school here. tion wim wuicn tie IB connect 'd terday, from among the various colhgts of our (vent to moot Mrs. Cowley's mother, Iff tnenattj guarantor who was on her way to California. j land. fit, ll'trlmanihip tinj LOCAL PAGE ooooooooocoo DR. BEST, DENTIST ooaoooooaouaooaoao ' , r 1 u Hup-Sou- th J I J ,, ir d. j j BUGGIES "The best the World" at . lfc-te- a, 1 s, .j.t Id. swift & co. I we-k- I Thou-prese- s I 11 Vi J sn-thlr- ty ttB&n J J r fr i ig - 1 0 look so 1 stulish c n does in that neW suit sawJack; W I vlsl-dro- I Best Groceries all-w- 11 The Store TELKPHONK NO. 40 CALLS 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. see CLARKSTON Plows, Disc Harrows and Farming Implements MAM STRUCT, Dtlivtrj, Prices $20 to $40 I'rtmpt T HAYES & GOTT The Quality Store BEREA KENTUCKY ur Book April 34, 1913. THE CITIZEN throughout tho world of spring. Tou remember tho line: In lh Wlnnlnn, Ooi, tli (lrt Workman, K Paee Pive THE CHILDREN PIN Seeds Praise Morgan Tho Hoard of Directors of the Southern Hallway Company, meeting upon April 11, 1913, unanimously adopted tho following mlnuto: John Plorpont Mogan, Founder of tho Southern Hallway, died at Home, March 31, 11)13, after a long life, full of distinguished honors and abounding In bcnoflt to mankind. Ills noblo character and his splendid caresr Justly have received recognition In'ovcry country und from rulers nnd people nllke. No citizen of this republic without official position of nny kind ever has attalnel such eminence nnd tiono became a widow and returned homo with an Infant son. Her mother died and for thlrto:n years sho cared for her Invalid father. A cocond mnrrlago was Interrupted by tho death of tho bridegroom. Sho then ramo to 11 J rea whero her brothers, John, Samuel nnd Arthur Hanson were living. Her son, Carl, entered tho College. Sho taujht a Hlblo clasu lu tho Collego and was active lu all good work of tho community. After tho graduation of her son, they went to tho University of sho where Illinois, at Champaign, acted as matron In the Y. M: C. A. Home. Hero sha formed lasting friendship with ninny young men who becamo missionaries In foreign landu. Sho kept In touch with theso friends and her correspondenco was world wide. From them sho received innny tributes of affection. of On account of tho 111 health her son cho went to the South, but reho failed to recofer and ihey turned to Dorea where ho died. She returned to Illinois cud Uok up again tho work thero until 111 health required her to Icavo It. Tho remain-- , tier of hor llfo was Client In Ucrea. Mr. Keltch spoke, feelingly of Mrs. Fay's service In tho Sunday School her of his church and emphasized life as that of a prepared and willing' worker, socking not a place of honor but. only a chance to bo useful. Prof. Hobcrtson, as a neighbor and friend, cpoko of Mrs. Fay's fine personality, he? strong Intellectual ability; her sympathy, which showed Itself lu Interest for young people. In support of every good work In tho community; and her deep religious life. Tho following verse, found In her room pinned to tho photograph of her son was rend: "Ho knows, ho loves, he care. Nothing his truth can dim. Ho gives tho very best to thoso Who lenvo th'i choice with Him." THE DAYTON Harrowing- hUiiifil a eeeit. you nre only finishing tho work he began, A great thought for tho planting time, Isn't It? And now, good luck to every Farm World boy and his garden, planting and caring for the latent lives shut In the dry kernels, Ho In rnprlchl, HIS, by C M. Rhiilts.l MONEY FOR BOYS k. 17 p. a7coni"est for Planting Should Carefully Assorted. ' In the fourth nntimil contist of tin; Be Kentucky lnterrollrglnte l'rolilb;tion Tims for Performing Tstk varies According to Latitude! and Seasons Onlont May Be Put In Earl-U- r Than Other Plantt. (Uf KATIIKItlNt: ATIIISIITUN Oltl.M.) If there la ono time of the year that t better than nil thn reat. It la the time, when tho seeds are put Into the ground. Tho sweet, warm air, the ninny aky, blue aa a million and, more than all, tho smell of the fresh, tnolit earth, nil seem full No wonder nil the of Joyful promise Doeta blossom out In thn stirlnic : even a horanblnck rnuld write ixictrv If It rmtM Now for the planting. Your ground la (11 na lit ran be see how mellow and warm It la! your seeds are carefully tasted and sorted, and each kind Is tied up by Itself In a little cloth sack that will not break If you carry It In your pocket, I said your aecds were sorted Are you sure you remembered to do that? You should have spread them all out on a white oilcloth laid on the table one kind at a time, of course- - and have picked out all that wero broken, or not well Mled, or that did not look right for any reason. Of course all foul seeds should be taken out, too. It looks like quite a task to do all that, but It Is really not half as hard to remove the foul seed as It Is to dlK up the weeds they will raise; nnd It Is far more profitable, of course, to plant good seed than poor Otherwise, you would not hare taken all the pains you have been at to secure the very best seed you could. How deep are you coin to plant; Does each kind of seed require to be put at thn same depth! You can find these things out for yourself by trying a little experiment Make a box frame of strips large mouth to hold a pane of 7x9 window glass: It should lie about four Inches In depth, and ha,ve wooden -two-Inc- Association, held In Ilorea, Monday r.lght, first nlaco vine won by lien a Collego nnd second plnco by (loorge-towThe prizes wero f .U nnd $1U respectively. Tlitj furtunato tinkers wero Mr. Itamlolph Sellers on thu subject, "Tho Scientific Attitude," and Mr. Jumos II.- Harnett, speaking in tho subject, "Tho Crisis." Tho other Institutions taking art wero Asbury College, W'llmorc, Ky , y 'r. J. II. Matthews, on represented tho subject, "Away With ltacdiUB,' and K. K 8. N. School of Itlcliinolid whoso representative waH .Mr. C. V, Hnley, subject, "Kducatlon Ulltl The Saloon." A largo audience was attracted to tho contest, tho various Institutions sending delegations. Mr. Lewis llrntcher of Georgetown, President of tho Association, presided. Music wns furnished by tho Keren Collego orchestra. Ilefore the decision of tho Judgin won reudrcd, the audience was favored with a unique address by the Kov. 1). W. White of n reiireoenllng tho Ioulsvlll League, llu spoko on. "A Field for tho Collego Man In tho FiKht In n. Antl-t'a-loo- Kentucky." Tho Judges on thought und coiiii!-llo- n wero President Dnbney of Cincinnati University, Prof. J. W. Fruit of William Jewell College nnd Prof. A. K. South of Ohio Northern Univerwere sity. The Judges on delivery tho Kev. 1). W. Whlto of Iiulsvllle. 'Dr. II. J. Patrick, Pnlnt Kick, nnd Charles W. Yung tf Chicago. Tho contest won a very Interesting one, each of thu speakers presenting n flnu apK3irnnco nnd handling his aubject admirably. And each deservc ed tho hearty applause that the gato Mm. Hut wlillo ench of the addressed wus good and made a tplen-di- d ImpreBslon, that of Mr. Selleis, Korea's representative, was masterly both from thu atnndiKilut of though) nnd delivery-Mr- . of Sellers had tho ndvantage llm othwr speakers, la tho first place, in his subject, "Tho Scientific Attitude," nnd !io uced thn full advunt-ng- o ' thus gained by exhausting Its ecok and showing that It Is the ccletitlflc attitude that must Milvo tho liquor problem, and that It will solve It. Ho had another advantage In I ho deliberate manner of his address, IMTfecl self iioss'Hsiou nnd admirable kIho. The coutest wan the chief ivent of a two days' convention of the Prof hibition Association, the sessions which closed Tuesday noon. The winner In tho content tho state's representative In tho Interstate contest which Is lo bo held oomo tlmo this summer. Tho Association wn--s organized four yenis ngo, Oooigetown winning tho first contest, Traurylvanla thn second and M rea, third and fourth. audi-'cnces -- Device IB Showing FLOOD by Eye Scene Described Witness. Proper Plsnt Seed. Depth to nds and bottom. Set In a (ouple of panes for sides, and fasten them In place with llttlo wooden buttons. Kill nearly full of rich, damp earth. On the ends mark a scale of Inches, beginning at the top of the dirt, Put down Into the soli, next to tho glass, thn seeds you wish to study, tho first one Inch deep, the second two Inches deep, and so on One-hal-f of one side canhe used for corn, and the other half for beans, whlln thn other sMe ran be used for onion sets, tomato seeds, or anything else you wish, As the seeds sprout, you can easily tell which depth Is best, and plant your field seeds accordingly. A big rIssh bottle may be used In Iha nui u'nv tint ( Tint iitlttn nil handy na the box The nicest kind of a bug to drop seeds from Is an apron, such as carpenters use. This should be made of some stout cloth, such as denim or duck. A yard Is enough for one, and you can surely coax mother or big sister to make It for you, He sure to plant your seeds In rows far enough apart to cultivate with a horse. Kven the smallest of garden stuff, such as onions, lettuce and radishes, may be cared for much easier this way. plan of putting Thn such "small fry" Into a raised bed Is not n good one, Not only aro they hard to keep freo from weeds, but such beds dry out badly It Is far better to put everything In rows. Tho time for planting varies so much with different latitudes and seasons that thero Is not much ubb trying to mukn a rulo for It. You know that seeds must have warmth to grow, so know that It will not pay to be In too big n hurry to get them lo whlto thero Is danger of frost Onions, though, may be put In earlier than most other things, us they delight In the damp, cool weather of early spring, and will tako no hurt from slight frosts. Hut the tenderer plants, such as corn, potatoes, tomatoes and the like, will not stand 'much cold, and It pays best to wait tilt settled weather before MRS.MNAFAY Mrs, Anna II. 1'uy, for many years resident of Herea, died on Saturday evening at tho hospital an the result of an operation. Her body was taken to tho homo of .Mrs. .011 Hanson und thq funeral services wero held nt the Union church on Monday, April 21st, at 3 p. 111. Ilurlal was In the llorea cemetery, lu tho llunsoi) lot. A largo number of friends were lireu-cnt tho funeral nnd tho floral tributes wero many and beautiful. The music was furnished by Prof. Illgby, Mr, Dick, Miss Ambrose and MIsh Cornollus, with Mr. Tnylor nt tho Tho pall bearers were J. irgnn. W. Stephens, T. J. Osborne, Kdwln Fee, Dr. Preston Cornelius, Dr. W. (i. Host and Prcf. J. It. Hobcrtson. Iter. II. II. Huberts of the Union church conducted tlio services and remarks wero niado by Kev. 11. F. Keltch of tho Christian church and 1 whose home Prof. J. U. Robertson Mrs. Fny lived. Mr. Itoborts sioke of the ueeil of a fuller realization f tho after-llf- o and boro witness to tho mature Chris, tliiu character of Mrs. Fay. lu a conversation at the hospital u few dayu before her death clio said to him that It would bo 'all right whichever wuy It weut." Ho referred to tho leading facts of her life as follows: Miss Anna Hanson, wus torn In Hruckcu County, Kentucky, In 1SIU. Sho wont to Obcrlln Collego whore tilio became a Chrtctlan. Falling lir health, aho spent bo mo tlmo lu thu west, after which she returned to Kentucky and bcc&nio tho choor und comfort of hor parents. Sbo was mnr-rle- d to Calvlu Fay, but In threo years 1 11 Kltnwood Place. O., April 14, PJI3, Mr. and Mrs. I.. J. Flanery, Herea, Ky. .My Dear Father and Mother: I arrived homo yesterday, alter an absenco-o- f three weeks, well and hearty. Hut very different, indeed, was tho return trip tc tho picturesque vltw presented as I went out thru miles of the most densely populated part of Ohio. Itulu and devastation marked tho slto of what had once been thriving towns and villages. Heaps of tho debris of wrecked nous's could bo seen on all sides. Beautiful lawns nnd parks wero now bare beds of gravel or caverns washed out In which wus burled the accumulated treasures of that once beautiful city of Dayton, and many of lu Inhabitants who y, ere clothed lu flue raiment and bedecked with jewels were now fished out of tho flood. Words fall to describe tho horror of tho desolation and destruction 1 first saw In Dayton. On every sldo wero heaps of dead bodies of men, women, children, horses, mules, cows, dogs, merchandise, groceries, barrels of whiskey, sacks of coffee, ladles' f Ino Bults, hats, nil In 0113 conglomerate mass. I was not an eyo witness to tho flood but was In Dayton before began. tho search for dead bodies We had to build two miles of railroad before wo could reach tho main member of! tho Christian church; always doeply religious nnd his dally accord with his deserve St more. Ills fame, Illustrious llfo was In living all thoso years a de In his llfctlmo for great achievements profession grcattly planned will abldo In tho vout imnsuan nmi aywg in ino nnppyi years was pssuranco of a blissful immortality. come, to It for Mr. Phillips Is survived by his wife, founded upon Integrity and maintained by devotion to high prin- two daughters and two sons, b?sld?s ciple. To this general recognition of a largo clrclo of friends nnd relatives his personal character tho Directors who wilt mourn tho untimely death cf tho Southern Hallway Company cf such an esteemed gentleman In the must add a special particular tribute, community. tor to Mr. Morgan moro than to any JOINT MEETING OF RISCILLA other la due thi creation and tho development of the Southern HallAND CLIO CLUBS way, ono of the first of tho many reTho annual Joint meeting of tho organizations Justly Identified with Prlscllla and Clio Clubs was held at his nnmo. tho homo of Mrs. Preston Cornelius In fclaweshlpo, and pilgrims wero Thursday afternoon, tho 17th. Tho woman, as they came, wero presentthey all." ed with ribbon bows of tho combinAnd pilgrims they wero Indeed. Tho ed colore, which BOrvcd as sotivcni.--s lines of Chaucer u Prologue to the o( tho occasion. Tho affair was Canterbury Talcs seemed to describe delightfully Informal. Mrs. Charles them exactly. Last Thursday afterHubbard took tho members of tho noon travelers along Dig Hill like club on a tour through oriental counwero greeted by a strange and wondar-ftries beginning with Egypt, and stopvision. Some thought that tho ping in Palestine uul Arabia, going warm April sun had mado them dozo east by way of India, Uurmah, Java, they pinched Singapore, tho Philippines, Hopping at off into slumber and themselves to see If they were realtho principal ports of China, Japan' ly awake. Tho thoughts of some drift, and Korea, coming back by waV of ed back to tho wardrobes of their the Pacific ocean to our own country. great grandmothers; Soma thought TO mako tho Journey more real, curiof their own childhood days and os which Mrs. Hubbard had collected others thought that they saw be- tn her own Journey around tho world, fore theni living realities of tho Prodi- representing tho handiwork of these gal Son. people, wero shown. Mrs. Davis apMen without n country. peared in tho costumo of an Arab Girls without a fashion plate. In Sheik, Mrs, Tnylor es a high casto tact citizens of tho world belonging Mohammedan of Nazareth, nofrcsh-mcn- ts to no particular period of tlmo and wero then served and an hour having no fixed location of abode. of conversation closed a pleasant afSuch was tho comimny of pilgrims ternoon. who fleeing books and tho wrath to cotno betook themselves to the hills. FORMERSTUDEHT SUCCESSFUL Warm and breathless, but merry In Mr. S. W. Grathwebl, now at Fore3t heart this company arrived on tho summit of a wooded hill a few miles Grove, Oregon, writes that he won from the halls of learning long be- tho Stalo Prohibition contest, In which fore the tun bad thought of slnklm; ho received two firsts In delivery and to rest. An hour or two was spent two firsts in thought nnd composition. lu drinking In the beauties of nature The Interstate contest will be held and enjoying the broad views stretch- at Lincoln, Neb., on May 23rd. This ing far and wide on every side, and Is Mr. Grathwohl's second victory this year, since ho won the state oratoriIn delighting In the Joys of companionship. Then tho ftro was kindled cal contest some months ago. Mr. Grathwehl Is a student at Paciand tho hungry pilgrims partook ns fic University near Portland, Oregon, liberally as possible The sun set In rosy splendor watch- where Prof. Robertson taught for ing the merry company with a genial many years. It Is good to know that they smile until tho very top of his head Dcrea students lead wherever sank beneath the horizon. Then tho go. moon rose and when she saw the HOMES'WANTED happy sight her features mellowed light of her counteI and tho silvery The Kentucky Children's Home Sobrightened up tho evening ciety ha3 a" number of llttlo children nance Ishailows. Tho boyt and girls gathcr- -' In nscd of good homes. They .have id around tlio blazing logs and tho moro boys than girls but have chilwoodlands rang with tho echoes of dren of both sexes from .3 to 'J yeara sweet songs. of age. Theso children are to bo placGradually the moon roso higher In ed in the Stato of Kentucky In good tho heavens bstokenlug that the hour Christian homos, where they will ,of pilgrimage was drawing to a close tlio advantages of education and land tho party wended its way home- religious training. No ono who lives ward along the moonlit read. And a long dlstanco from school need apthen It was that travelers returning ply as our children must attend school from their visit to town and tho regularly, nor do we placo children dwellors along tho roadside knew who where they will not be sent to Sunlie strangely clad company was. For day Schcol and church. clear and sweet on the evening nlr If any of tho readers of this paper this song rang out: can glvo such a home to a child, we "O, yes we'ro tho Juniors, don't hopo they will writo to tho Kentucky you see, O, can't you understand Children's Home Society, No. lOSt! The Juniors hold tho knowledge key Baxter Ave., Louisville, Ky., and get In this C 0 h I. E G K particulars. Weil bear tho silver nnd mnroon In triumph o'er tho lad ASK HER O, who aro wo, can't you see the Continued torn Pirtt rgc nineteen fourteen band. tho Legislatures of thoso States in which Constitutional Amendments arc MR, JOHN C. PHILLIPS pending. And wo suggest to tho Committees tho wisdom of Tho funeral services of Mr. John C. Phillips, who died Friday uftoruoon urging on tlia Legislatures of their legislation for getting at In Ucrea at the homo of his daughter, States such tho real wish of the women. The Mrs. Jerry U. Hlehnrdson, wero conSunday af- Outlook. ducted by Halne po.-fe- f ( I I f rmilil Mj- - ji F iili-a- tn thnunrt WOrWS cam sa . n nml trims klmlly resdr a frrllnst. thing. You know not my supreme hpplne at htvlnn one on rartli whom I can call friend. Chnrlt Lamb. TIMELY DISHES. Sour Cream 8plce Cake, Heat two eggs until thick and lemon colored, add a half cup of brown sugar and, slowly, a half cup of New Orleans mos of a cup of lasses and sour cream. Sift two cups of flour, two tcaspoonfuls of soda, n tablespoon-fu- l and a fourth of ginger, ono and a fourth teaspoonfuls of cinnamon, a third of a teasponfut each of salt and cloves. Sift twice, to blend well, and add to the first mixture, beating continually. Hake thirty minutes tn a moderate oven. They may be baked In gem or muffin pans. Goldsmith 8atad. Take half a cup of apples minced line, add a fourth of a cup of celery and a fourth of a cup of hickory nut meats, a fourth of a cup of minced olives and green peppers mixed. Mix all with mayonnaise dressing and serve, it for extra occasions, in pepper cups. Put a pint of real Veal Croquettes. three-fourth- ul through the meat grinder, add a of salt, a tablespoonful of lemon Juice and a generous sprinkling of paprika. Melt three tablespoonfuls of butter; add two tablespoonfuls of finely minced onion, three tablespoons of a fuls of flour and cup of veal stock or milk. Cook together five minutes, add two eggs well beaten; stir until thick. Mix with the a veal and cool. Shape, allowing rounding tablespoonful for each croegg and quette. Dip In crumbs crumbs and fry In deep fat. Serve with or without white sauce. Calf'a Heart. Wash the heart, remove the tough portions, stuff with a good stuffing, season well with salt and pepper and bake In the oven for two or three hours, basting during the roasting. Serve with boiled onions. three-fourth- t FOR SALE Eggs from Pure Blood Barred Plymouth HockB. Nicely barred and profitable layers. Prices reasonable. Mrs. G. A. Ballard, Paint Lick, Ky.. It (ad) F. D. No. 1. de-ri- vo CflThe vacation season sends a flood of good chances to you through the classified page. 1$ Caretakers, substitute clerks, stenographers, office help, traveling companions in raci Antl-suffra- upset things generally. Many new alliances are formed during this season. Watch for your chance. Prof. tn track. I pulled the first train of soldiers Into Dayton. Tho volumo of water was to ono fourth mile, wide und from to twenty-fiv- o foet deep. I will not harrow your feelings by describing tlio narrow escapo I had whllu out on tho road. Sufflco It to say tliat I was delivered from Imtureo-fuurt- Phillips' old homo near Don't wait for coveys of mosquitoes. Goochland, and the Interment follow ed with appropriate services In tlu Take tho singles. family graveyard. When tho grim reaper called Mr. Phillips from our midst, it tcokaway cno of Hockcastlo County's best and goto cW. D. C& A. P. SETTLE'S STORE most highly respected citizens; a kind and neighborly gentleman to nil and look at their large stock of who knew him and a beloved husban DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND EVERYTHING KEPT nnd fothcr. Ho was In tho 71st year IN A FIRST-CLAS- S STORE of his ago wh?n ho answered tlio Prices very jpw on everything. call of Him who docth all things well. Early lu llfo ho becamo a consistent Large stock of Ladies' trimmed Hats at the lowest price ternoon v.t Mr. THE BIG HILL STORE hs tn The True Value of a Paint is in its Durability minent peril. If wo oxatnlno tho criminal records of ono great city or tho mortuary ctatlstlca nnd tho causes thereof of our own stnto tho loss of llfo Is npiwll-Inbut wo are not Impressed by theso fncts only when It Is brought to our very doors nnd affects our own lives do wo deplore our loss. I will start out on tho road ngtiln tomorrow. Affectlonntely your son, E. B. Flanory, g, Hanna's Green Seal Paint IS THE putting them In. Planting over, the year's work la Now for the pleasure fairly begun. of watching the lovely green things oomo to life, and push up through the a wonderful mellow earth. What thing II Is the life that teems "Made - to -Wear Kind 9t JUNlbTsPIIMAGE nine and twenty lu a company Of sundry foil:, by a venture yfulle "Well J. D. CLARKSTON, Borea, PON SALK BY Kentucky J Page Six. THE CITIZEN. s elnT af" ITie noTTTiwesT corner "oT ITIS will make me anliohftro'ulelaFXniP-that'nil I can sny." square, where Mnln and North streets He turned and walked toward the tnret Before n l the rough Itoanl rear of Hip platform. The silence con hastily knocked j speakers' stand, and liberally liodcikcd with tinned Slack laws fell slacker- Tne i Bain and lithographs of Lincoln and of fringe of farmers stood motionless, be. Reck, the candidate for treasurer. In wlldercd, slow to grasp tho signifimany rows of pine lynches. front are cance of the short ech. Through Over all falls the while splendor of the the silence the voice of Jim Rheehan, full October moon, to lie dimmed when first to recover presence of mind, car the four kerosene torches guarding the the speakers' stand are set daring and rled overHod's crowd to Maina street or tune "For sake start smoking, and by many other lights. Debouching Into Main street from something!" This to the band. laughed. Tho band began other roads come a steady stream of to Some one play "When Johnny Comes Marchstrong and slow s tit hIs. gaunt and moving as tbe human freight they ing Home," of all tunes! People began draw, slijlng awkwardly nt the lights to rise from their seats. It was not necessary for the chairman to anUnshed In their eyes by reckless, mis chlevuus Isjys. Tbe steeds are safely nounce the end of the meeting. On the stnge John faced a wrathful hitched In various churchyards, and gather In the square In tableau -- I'arrott. Sherrod and Shea- the drivers shifting, serious groups. (Jrnduully the square tills. A hoarse hum of voices rises'. The air becomes charged with j an unnatural excltcmelit-t- he sense of an occasion-br- ed of the strange lights j aud bustle and the presence of many ' men. John between handshakes has time to feel It. Ills lagging soul. Jaded un-ah- s April 24, 1913. n great ileal fo me " as ours Her voice dwindled away lulu silence He wns hnrd put tn It to keep a tight grip on himself, to light down the long lug surging within htm. Insistently he tried tu think r.f W as she was, an unformed womnn of essential selfishness, of generous rnprlces. He had not yet foiled 'lie solution to the problem prcscnM to him by his campaign, but His Rise to Power BY HENRY RUSSELL MILLER ' - ho felt blindly Hint It wns leading him Into paths whither she would not fol low, Into which he. If he yielded to bis longing, would not could not-- go alone. He had sometimes thought he felt lu her that which would carry her to great heights; yet be knew she was now of the earth, earthy. She was a creature of luxury. He thought of bis last year's Income and laughed un- pleasantly. "Why this sudden hllarltyr she manded. de- ' denly resMjuslve. by much questioning, leaps forth sud j ' I sense of oneness with them. Murchell and hU machine. Sheehau and his con trol. seem far away, unreal, Impossible The candidate. procrly acclaimed, and their imrty of distinguished cltl tens are on the platform. The benches are tilled. Around them standi n fringe of men. mostly farmers, who In the rush for seats have ticen too alow John, sandwiched In lietween Sheehau and Congressman Jenkins, looks out over the audience, n strange question lu his eyes. He Is seeking a "reason," as though It were to Ik? found written on the faces of (he men be tore mm. These men are the people. The ower of It the power and (he glory! lie thrill under a Read of This Stirring Battle Against Civic Evils That Are, and For the Honor and Justice That Should Everywhere Prevail SYNOPSIS Senator Murchell. leader of the state machine, and Sheehan. local boss of New Chelsea, offer the nomination for district attorney to John Dunmeade. Uunmeada to Independent In nil political Ideaa. Dunmeade will accept the nomination. His father, a partisan ludge. congratulates him. Ills Aunt Roberta urges John la call on Katherln Hampden, daughter 11 1 capitalist. Katherlne Hampden la a worshiper of success. She and John are friends. Jeremy ApplcKate, a political dependent, cam palgnafor John and ths stale, ticket 'In New Chelsea Urea Warren Olake, a snodel young bank caahler, connected with Hampden In "high tlnance." Tbay try without auccesa for John's sld. The rottenness of politics In his state and party as revealed In his campaign disgusts John. He calls upon Katherlne. "Katherlne's peril In a runaway reveals to her and John their unspoken love. John publicly "turns down" the machine f his party. CHAPTER VI. The Call. Ilin Consolidated Coal company was a fact, a splendid, epoch making fact The Inst stubborn holdout. surrendering to Hampden's skillful negotiations, to necessity and pressure of public opinion, hnd heen led trion Hampumphantly into cnmp-ni- id den' terms. Among the hills west of town thine began to ImpiMMi under A spur from the bin forceful direction. A vilrailroad was being constructed. lage of rough shanties wan hastily thrown together to house the colony of miners that wax to lie brought later. An iitmosptiere of businesslike haute pervaded New Chelsea. The ptlce Vof real estate promptly advanced. isions of expansion, of prosperity. II I'd the eye. Crutishnwn one day explained to John why he and hla Deer township elghboro had capitulated. "We got to tuke what wo can Bit It takes a lot o' money to develop coal we hain't lands. Ilumpden has it-- an' We found he'd gut all the rlKht o' ways. If we could Hnd any one to boy our coal, he couldn't 'a' shipped, 'ceptln' over Hampden's! right o' way. I don't like to lie held up. but It's my only chance to leave anything fer my feller "vtTTu" iiioneyTms TTie wTJlpT hiitnl over the feller with something to sell or develop. Trouble K even when we know It's wrong, we don't want to chance It. hopln' that some day It'll give us a chanct to make money tho same way." "I'd hate "Oh. no!" John protested. to liellcve that. I can't believe It. speMen aren't all of the cies." "Well." said "HI, a little ashnmed. "I don't kuow as I liellcve It myself. Guess I'm a little peevish over beln' I outbargained by Steve Hampden. wish." he added thoughtfully, "you could le lawyer fer the company. It looks like us farmer won't hnve much say In the business. I'd like to have some one on tho Inside who could tell us what's goln' on." "No chance of that, 'HI. Hampden doesn't think much of me." He did not tell Crnnshawc why bo hnd lost tho capitalist's favor. The net result of his quixotism, he thought with some bitterness, was to win Hampden's hostility and to put himself out of the way of protecting his farmer friends. And late In October occurred his party 'h rally. It was necessary to marshal the badly shaken party hosts. For Into Renton county had marched n young mnn who. In n single opposition speech, broke through the defenses so painstakingly reared by Jeremy Applegato and his fellow soldiers. None other than Jerry Brent A big, rawboned. homely fellow, uncouth In manner and sometimes In grammar, but with a crude, passionate eloquence that always carried his audience with him. He had been a coal miner, a Inbor organizer, and had. after a Htrugglo ho common that description stales, been admitted to the practice of law. yenro of his life In all the thirty-liv- e the elm ore of material dishonesty had never U'en raised against him: he was still xior. And he was counted n rising man In the opposition party, not with the of his party bosses, however. They considered him a radical, unsafe andcardinal crltno In nn honest mid unmanageable young Itcspeetahle people sneered nt his "antics." It was mild that his eyes were fixed 011 the next nomlnntlon Tor governor, Bven with this suspicion rankling In their minds tho bosses dared not so Mipular was he among lalor men-refhim opportunity to speak during the tiN. use I JoHn. nn Inconspicuous him. It seemed listener, to ldm ' I beard Brent's Kenton county speech unanswerable. Brent. It was true, dealt In terms of suspicion, not of facts, but It was a suspicion that found a swift echo In the hearts of his audience. He frankly said ns much. "We don't govern this state." said Brent. "One man. Murchell. picks out our officers and tplls 'cm what to do while In office. Von people don't gov ern Benton county. One man. Jim Sbcehan, Murchell's tool, chooses your commissioners, your treasurers, your sheriffs, your district attorneys." John winced. "And It's wrong, my fiod! It's wrong!" the orator cried passionately. It troubled ! . , I . would be wrong, even If these men were honest And I blame yon for It Von hnven't the right to shove your resM)nslblllty on other men's boulders, and they haven't the rich! to take the power." The mnn's hot. rough eloquence found a lodgment where least expected tn John's heart, already sensltlred by his own discoveries nnd questionings Jprrv Itrpiit was rlirhl. I The oldest Inhabitant could not re-- , member when the old party had been so vigorously attacked. To stem trie tide of revolt John felt It strongly In bis canvass nn old time rnlly was to be held In the square. Shcchnn Instructed John us to tbe part which the latter wus to piny, "You're to speak. Hit er up hard. Tell 'em nil nbout us beln' the friend of the farmer. It's your chance. Parrott and Hhcrrod'll be there. Pnrrott's no slouch of a speaker, but you ran beat blm. Farmers like n good speech." "I don't know that I caro to mako tbe Sieech." "Don't you want to im elected?' Shcchati demanded "I guess so. Ves." with sudden vigor and 'n short laugh that Sbcehan did not understand. "I do" "Well. then, nlay up your Independence Tell 'em there's no strings tied to you," "I can tell them that-w- lth truth." Rheehan looked long ami hard nt hlin. Then he chuckled , "Of course. And don't forget the shite ticket when "It J children." MI hoie It will nil turn out for the hirdly bent." wild John, fcarlng-- ho It might not bo turn knew why-t- hat I out geetns.Mkej" you're talkln'." When he wns alone John fairly writhed In his self contempt nnd hatred (it I he bos. He prepared a tine speech, and then came the night of the rally the pomp am panoplv of war. sulj Crjimihaj!yjfvJlliB stand wIJj.Jolm umlef the big; preliminary secch the chairman Intro duces Heck, candidate for treasurer, as I Inconsiderable now as he will be wheu Then comes I'nrrott. a fa in ottU-ej moils coriKiratlon lawyer, whose feature somehow suggest that he Is well I named. He Is adept In tbe use of those phrases which elicit enthusiasm, but do not convince. After him Mark Sherrod. state senator, n tall, suave man with a magnetic something nbout blm. One of his e.ves has a slight coat and gives bit face a sinister expression which not all his undoubted attraction can re- He Is a coming man. Already Imove. In the big enstsrn city. It U , whispered that he Is planning to suc ceed Heck In the treasurersnlp. Anil after him the Hod. (i Washington Jenkins, congressman from the district. Llncolulan In ligure, shrill and nasal of Tolce. but with the old campaigner's j fund of stories aud a rough and ready eloquence that catches the crowd In ' spite of his time woru arguments. I The front t.eats roar tbelr approval. From tbe fringe of farmers, Jim Sbee-bs- n observes, comes only grim silence. There Is an uneasy sense that Jerry Brent's suspicions have not been an. wered. I Through It all John sat, hardly moving. But within him was tumult. He was contrasting tbe grandiloquent, virtuous phrases with the machine as he bad seen It. And he knew that In the devious devices of which be could not belp hearing hints In bis campaigning he had caught but a glimpse of the thing the machine. He did not believe that go-s-l employs evil to Its ends; by Its agencies a cause was to be Judged. He sighted along the line of those who Beck. I'arrott, profited by The line was lost Sherrod. Murchell lu the mlt of his incomplete knowledge. This knowledge, his rankling ' suspicions. Brent's questionings, rose " up to confront him. demanding n He could not find It And the people the sturdy, patient, hard headed men out there were they such dolts as to In? fooled by the hollow mockery being enacted before them? Ho could not believe it. And yet he be who doubted was expected to play a part In the mockery, to give the lie' to his Inner consciousness, to befog tbe Issue In tbe mlniN or the listeners, to take bis place in the ranks of the machine. Tbe sccch In his pocket burned to tbe skin. The tumult was still raging when the Hon. Wash Jenkins concluded his florid peroration and the applause died down Vaguely, as from a distance, John beard the chairman introduce "New Chelsea's candidate" and the sudden cheers that rose. He did not realize, although I'arrott aud Sherrod did. that In tbe cheers was n quality not felt In the other greetings that night He rose mechanically. He hardly knew when Hheehiin. grasping his arm. shouted Into his ear: "Don't forget the state ticket. I'lu.v It up hard!" He stood silent liefore them. The with Its smooth well conned spci-ch- . period, the dramatic climaxes, to which UN clear, flexible voice lent Itself so beautifully, refused to be uttered. He could not speak the lie he bad preuinsl: a "reason" he had not. At last "words came. In a dry, suppressed voice. He did not mean to be facetious, and no one laughed nt his grate, protesting Irony. "We have heard tonight of the past glories of our party, and of glories that are of the nation. I hall not lest repetition dull their point. ' I have been asked not to forget the stale ticket. In fact, to play It up hard. I need hardly speak for the gentlemen who have so eloquently sokefi for themselves. I presume they do not wish to be saddled with responsibility for any of my shortcomings, nor do I wish to lie Judged by theirs I am a (candidate for oillce. If you think mo the sort of mnn to administer that office honestly and well, without fear or favor, and as my own man. I shall be bnppy. If you don't think that, yon can't believe that, any natll'M hhdury . "rea-son., t, I The speaking tieglu. After n short "Don't forget the state ticket. up ha HI ban. Play it Shccban. "What the but tbe suave Sherrod, minus his suavity. Interrupted. "What do you mean if yon can't support the ticket you had no right to speak at all. You abuse courtesy, young man." "Not yours, at any rate." John answered, and walked from the stage. He could not have done otherwise. bad not eyes for tbe curious glances, many of them more friendly than be could then have believed, cast toward blm. Walking swiftly with eyes cast down, he would have passed without dates?" "It's rather ugalust the forces behind noticing the faahlonablo trap In front of his home bad not a volco from It them. Bud nietlusls anil general sun I probably couldn't piclon. I guess, called to him. make it clear." "John. John!" "Just that? I do not think." she said slowly, "that I like It. after all. I'm CHAPTER VII. fur dlsapisilulisl you" The Wilderness Road. "Would you have me He? For that's stopped and stared at her In what it would amount tu." i: "hatherlne! astonishment. "Oh." she cried, "that's not a fait What are you doing here?" nay to put It I'm so ambitious for "I.lstenlni? tn the stswhes. you! That's unwomanly, ton. supof course. I wanted dad to come along, pose, but I don't care. I am ambitious but he said no. 'his Interest In tolltlcs for you. And I do so admire the men was practical, not sentimental, and he who get along! And In hi1IIUs you preferred to take his vaudeville could go so far. Vou have Senatm Vou don't know-hostraight. He was In quite a luiil friendship Aud you humor because I wanted to come But much he admires you I am here." hae bnilns nnd squilarlty Do you "I wish you hadn't come." he said, know uh.it would dn If I were a mini would go Into hiIIcs serl like you? still In a daze. would master methisls nnd "That's kind. I'm sure." She tossed ously ber head In burlesque hauteur. "In- conditions anil adapt them to my pur stead, you might offer to drive home hic I would keep on until the organ with me. Williams ran stay here and Izatlon was mine And then wheu m I would remove. Ill drive back when you return." IMiwer was He shook his head. "I'd better not." tie I iv Utile. I lie ells I saw. aud when He still wanted to get I hud Mulshed and measiirisl my com he muttered promises against the gissl I had done I awny by hlnielf to think "Please!" She leaned forward and know the Isiiinii-- would be lu my fa urged him softly, "IF our Inst chance or" Hut he merely mulled bitterly. "And for n good chat. We go away tomorI suspect that by I lie time I'd got tbe row morning." He tried honestly to resist, feeling isjwer In the fashion you descrlls'. I'd Instinctively she spelled dnnger nnd have the sort of man that that every hour with her added to the doesn't use Ids mwer for good," danger. But he made the mlsinke of "What nre you going to do about It?" looking at her Always she was re "About the election?" lie shrugged venllng some new charm for him and. his shoulders In Indifference "Let "em despite his Inner warning, now bred In heat tne, I suppose haven't thought He called abend as far as tomorrow." him a sort of recklessness. himself a weakling, n fool that played "Now that It's all over I can admire with fire. And. so styling himself, he your refusing to make that speech It assented. Soon they hnd left the town was splendid In a way. Vou see. I behind them nnd were howling nlong can appreciate unselfishness In the abthe moonlit road. remedied," stract or when It can't John. letting the rally and the prob "I b id ou that wasn't unselfish. It lem It presented drift Into tbe back- was Involuntary." he Insisted "Hut ground, gave lilmserr up to a I can add to the inldcnee your kindly, the hour. The white even If inlsfakcil. Interest In me and of splendor of the moon, undlmmed h my future And you mustn't sneer at smoky torches, the silent majesty of voiirself," he added gravely. the bills with their shndows nnd silvery She turned to look lalrly Into his sheen, alone were real. The crowd of eyes. "Do yon still think It necessnry faces teerliig Intently nt him through to let me down easily?" she nskvd the half gloom, the struggle within quietly. him ns he stood before them. Ids Ironic rigid, mills biting His body rejection of the part assigned him, Into palms lu Ihe elTorl tint to tnke n fantastic seemed unreal, creatures of her In his arms. For. without reasondream. And the girl beside ldm. like ing, he knew that to accept now what him smitten Into silence, was real, very she unasked hnd olTereil would ls to real. place himself In her power And that "It seems." she said, "thut I must he dared nut! Font long moment their oggresslve. But then always take the eyes clung, then at Ihe same Instant so what can I on nowr hunt me out they both lisikisl hastily away. I I d '1 suppose most people would Tin silent minutes lengthened as Ihe Do you think me tall me unwomanly, cob drew them slowly up the face of that?" Behind them lav the val Kast ridge "I do no(." ne answered unsteadily. ley. always sautirul, never so won expect the licncilclary to lie "Vou can't drous as In the pallor of night: but critical," I wonder? Or they Jookisl sJcijdfHstlvjiheiiil, "Do you mean that. (Continued next week.) Is II only your nice way of letting me down easily? But I am not conferring. Tho foct of truth aro slow, but A a friendship I am celling. such they never Blip. Selected. In-.Miin-hell'1 1 and out around the crowd. He was daied at his own act. A heavy sense of treachery waa upon him, yet he lie made his way quickly behind It "It's a Joke I've Just thought of you wouldn't appreciate It." "Was It," she pressed him "was It about your seech tonight?" "Indirectly. I supise." he replied. "Will you tell me nlsiut that? It whs tbe reason one reason why I wanted 'you to come homo with me. I'm f two minds alsiut It. Of course, I didn't understand what It was all about, ex cept that you were expected to say far Any more and something different. one could see that the men on the platform were nngry. But one had the feeling that somehow you were finding and asserting yourself doing something rather splendid. I know It made to snuffle she raid Aunt llolierfa It was n cold In her head. I heard one man near ns-- n big. hulking farmer-sa- y, 'By Joshua! I always thought there was couslder'ble of a mnn under that white skin of Johnny Dun meade's.' He didn't mean to te funny, Another, a different sort of think man, laughed and said, 'Now that's the cleverest more yet. It's a grand stand play, but It'll make him If he's big enough to follow It up It'll gel him a following.' " I She liKited up nt blm Inquiringly He saw again the eager Interest In her eyes. "It was neither splendid nor crafty."-hsaid grimly. "1 was eiM ted to rant and lie alxiut tbe virtues of candidates I've no faith In. coer up a lot 'of thlngi that, tt seems, can't be an ready. But awered. I had that when It came to tbe point I couldn't sny It That's all. Shevbao and the organization will probably knife me t me If only as a under cover and t j horrible example to the next young man woo onppvus niong wiiu a huh Ing conscience." "Why." she exclnlmcd Incredulously, "that would elect your opMjnent. wouldn't It? Senator Murchell won't allow It. surely." "Senator Murchell will be the first to recommend tbe knifing." he laughed to susiicvt that the shortly. "I senator Is a false god." "What have you against the camll 1 U-a- l' recklcs-enjoyme- nt -- J April 24, 191 Ing THE CITIZEN In limited number of early plants by nieans of a ahnllutr box placed In a south window uf ttio dwelling. Aftor the plnnt nppcur tliu box should Conducted by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S., be turned each day to pruvcut lbs Insiauctorin Animal Huibaudry, and Special Investigator plant drawing towurd the light. Tbo most common method of start-Inearly plant In tlio north 1 by Preparation, Planting and Cultivation of the Corn Field Dicnni of a hotbed. In tho north tbo hotbed Nhould be started In February Tho wet spring and tho holding in li now entirely dlccrcdltcd. Neither or enrly In March. It U denlrable to of. cold wenthcr U causing farmers ttclenco nor ptactlco longer support have a supply of straw or loose inn- much uneaalncus about corn plant-n- , tills theory. Corn chould bo planted "u " "" m inruw over mo nU and, as a result, may lead to much from ono and ono half to throa Inches A DTIfl C PltTTH AK 1 l.L.C. I nllinti In case of extremely cold wenthcr. In depth, varying with typo of soli corn being put Into tho ground During brltit dny (he hotbed will VEGETABLE GARDEN. Shallow tho soil Is thoroly prepared r and molsturo conditions. dent very quickly from the nunhlne on whero tho It will bo neceiwnry to recelvo the aeed. This prnctlcu would planting Is pruforablo , the glim, mill molsturo content of tbo xurfaco soli venti ! during the enrly morning by provo to bo a- - mistake. Ordinarily, By W. R. BCATTII-- , Anilttant llortlcul slightly ruMng the minIi on the oppo- with proper earn nnd cultivation, no Insures good germination. Under norsite aldn from tin; wind. Cnro nhould serious concern over rcsulU need io mal conditions It l best to plant lurlfl, Bureau ol Plan! Indtutry, be (liken In vrntlhitlng to protect the hnd If cornls planted in Kentucky the rows of ccm thrco and a half Department of Agriculture. plnntH from u dnift of cold nlr. To- - any tlmo between April 2oth nnd fect njiart, to row both way3, nnd to ward evening cloto tbo naih. pfant from Uirco to four kernels to .May 25th. HotbeiN Hhould be wntercil on bright In preparing clay soils for corn, tho hill, Copending upon tho fertility menu of thp home gnrden the d")'" onii In the morning only. After uspcclul caro should bo taken not to ,of tho cell. production of the vegetable the hi nhould bo well Corn Is a plant which required work tbo laud when so wet tlmt pudfor the fninlly In direct- - Hinted. ly under control mid In innny In (he north Hid tine of the cold dling will tako placo or that bnking much water for Its growth. Hence, to produc3 tho best crop possible It Is canon Is the only wny whereby clean, frntno U for hardening off plnnts that will follow. Tbo disk harrow Is gen, havo been Blurted In the hotbed, pro- - erally tho bust tool to follow the plow necessary to keop down all weeds and frcih prodiire inny ! secured The work of curing for n garden Is parntory to netting them In the gnrden. and after this aomo form of mnootli-In- g to prevent tho evaporation of molsusually done at npnre timet, hiul for In the south the cold frame U made to hnrrow should bo usid, repeating turo fram tho utirfacc of tho soil. tliU ronson nlone'tbe Incntlon nhould tnko the plmt of tlio hotbed In start tbo hnrrow Ing unt.l a Bmcoth i.nd Thcao two thlngu may bo accomplishbe nenr the dwelling. Many MTHonn Ing early plimti. ed by good methodn of cultivation. (lood noil for n need bed, a specially very finely pulvarlzcd oed bed Is. obprefer to plant the garden In n illfTcr- When tho boII Ih not too It Is prepared plnt-- for starting plants, con tained. If clods (orni during the buru good practice to run a splko tooth stats of one purt of well rotted ninnure, rowing they should bo pulverlz-- d two pnrta of giMMl garden loam or rot- with a roller,, or sometimes a good smoothing harrow, or somo form cf ted nods mid one part of sharp, tine drag may do this wcrk well. It should wcedcr, over tho corn field three or . naud. The mumire should be thorough-- ' bo added that each day's plowing , four days aftor planting. This will ly rotted, hut It nhould 'not have been Miould be sufficiently worked ami destroy most of tho early weeds, be weiiuier nim me smoothed on tho snmo day to pre- sides breaking any crust which may 'IfcfaKJsM'! ' ."tro"K,u . hed out of It. The nddl- - vent tho evaporation of noil moisture havo formed over tho germinating , 11011 01 lenr inoin or eni win tend to needH. This work would often ( make the mill better adapted for need which will bo much needed later by tho yuua; plants if done lat. Mix all the Ingredient tho corn crop. Tbo extra work of un, lied pnr.i-together In n heap, stirring well with n hitching from tliu plow and hitching er Uian four days after planting. Thu hovel, after which the soil should be to tho harrow wilt bo mora than com- first regular cultivation should ta sifted and placed In Imxes or In the bed pensated by beneficial results to the given flvo or six dayo after tho corn ready for Miwlug the seed. crop and tho greater coso of gettlm; Ih up, and thereafter cultivations Weed secdn and the spore of fun- - tbo ground In good condition. should bo repeated after each rain, goun dlnenKex may lie killed by placing Tho best tlmo to plant corn th and besides, often enough to keep the soil In prim anil baking It for nn Bocd bed being well prepared Is down all weeds. Shallow cultivation hour In hot nven. mulch Is tho whenever tbo soil la warm enough forming a surfaco u ' No definite rule can be given for tho depth to which Need should be plant- and moist enough to Insuro quick best for a dry season, while even ed. In nil cao the depth should be germination of tho, seed. According to during wet times' tho cultivation a fink lino or OACUrtowan. The need IhmJ should Ik nei- Hunt In "Tho Cereals In America" chould bo In no caso deep enough to nt location every five or six yearn. A uniform. nor too wet. ther dry tho temperature at which malzu will break tho roots of tho corn plants. gentle alnpa toward the south orsoutli-eai- t Plants grown In n home, hotbed or gcrmlnato most rcpldly Is from 01 During tho first part of tho growing la most denlrable for the produccold frame will require to bo hardened to 03 degrees K. Irobably In practice coawjn tho cultivation of the corn tion of early crop. It In an advantage to have protection on the north nnd , off before planting In the gnrdcu. field corn' Is nearly alwaju planted crop should bo so thorough that it Hardening off In unually ncconiplUhal will not bo necessary to continue northwent. by veutllutlug freely nnd by reducing beforo tho noil has reached this tcni- - I Good natural drainage of the garden lierature, but tbo time of planting cultivation longer than tho time when area Is of prime Importance. The land tho ninoiint of wnter applied to the Miould bo sufficiently ;ast this work begins to break down tho lato at hould hsvn sufficient fall to drain off plnut bed. The plant bed should not to escape all danger from freezing corn. become too dry surplus water during heavy rnlns, but Home plant require protection from and frost. Tho old tlmo notion that H. U. Hendrick, Assistant Agrothe fall should not tie so great that tho soli will bo wnshed. The nurfare of the direct rayn of the sun In summer tho changes of tho moon havo home nomist, Extension Division, Kentucky the garden nhould not contain depres or from cold In winter, and tbcro are bearing upon succeccful corn growing ' Experiment Station. protection Ion. Waste water from surround- unite small. Seedlings Ing land should not flow toward tho w',l,e AskjYour Congressman Some of These Free Gifts ot nmuy ot the garden crops are garden, and the fall below should be B,)l through the t0 "tvr lMr will be no danger of that there "Many country iooplo never enjoy Is valuablo and Interesting. Tho k flood water backing up. The garden cr"Bt for"i"l "" "'" m" Bf,cr heaTJ' ' of Agriculture Is one of tho " Ih """wry either to ell tho good things they might have fn,n' hould not tm Imnt.il nlong the bank of n .tream that will W Ibible to over- - b"'Hk Ju "unt w"1' n s,,',, rHkc or for Bevornl reasons. They cither do most interesting volumes ever print"eM 11 not know that tho member of Con- ed, and It Is unfortunate thnt copies flow during the growing neanon. , plants fn.m cold In gress from their district can do many p.re net or opened in many country ,"r A good fen.vnr.iund the ganlcn plot "t,v,'rMl kl,",H of niaterlnU are tilings I wm,,'r l almont IiiU.nhminUI.Io. for them, or else thoy nre too Jiomca. !'" Wham the work In to In. done ma n r "If thore Is a little lake cr pond In boughn, ntriiw, manure or leaves. Indifferent to try for theso freo gifts. by mean of home t.mln the nr range Sometimes they feel sure that when tho neighborhood where tho young ment should l nurb an to glte the Tl'!'r" "re " ""n,,,,'r ,,f c.ro,s of " ,n,I ono gots'somethlug for nothing, it folks llko to flea, It may bo stocked longMt (nmlble rown, and straight nut' leal nature that may be grown far doesn't amouut to much, but In this with fish freo of charge", and a man north, pnivld.Nl they nro properly lino nhould l)o followed. Tor hand during the winter. Instance one doesn't get something will bo sent with tho shipment, so the arrangement rnn Ih quite Several of the annual crops can be for nothing. Every taxyer in the there Is absolutely nothing to do but different. Ilorte ciilll. ntlon I matured much earlier In tho nprlng If country helps provide tlio money for carry them to tho pond. In tho largo whenever HnNtile. Tbo s.vnn.l matter for ctiunlderntlon they are planted In the autumn nnd tho glfta tho Government lavishly hatcheries flea are producd by tho I tho location of permanent crop and Protected during the winter. A mulch through lu public servants. thousands each year, and a simple . rw or .enven .onus a "Eveiyono knows that seeds uro quest through your congressman re" amall fruit. The ar.-i- i devoted to th will Protwtlon. but cnro should bo given cold fraino and nce.1 UnI nhould hotted. away freo every year, because bring a Bupply to your neighborhood. he declde.1 iik,ii. but these may lie ,"k'" ,,,Mt ,l"' ",,l!,'h ',oc,, not ro"",n there Is much contention about this Of course, they are small when thy hlfted more or len from year to year I rcpient nhallow Cllltlvntlou nhould subject, but it is not generally known come, but In a few years they will w rnnventent nlnre or IotiLm! In employe.1 fer moat garden crop. that there are also valuablo plants grow and multiply In a most gratifyoutnl.le of tho Limlen. If it i.art of the land I low nnd motnt, nucb crops nn and during dry wenthar tho depth and shrubs given for tho asking. If ing manner. If there nro many appliIly any group of young people celery, onion and bite cucumbers Hhould not exceed two Inches. want to cations, It will bo necessary to. await hoiiM ih, nlnre.1 tliero. If nart of the Keeping uie nunacc noil wen nurrci beautify s tho tho your turn. n ls mulcn ls church-yarr',"'' noil I high, warm nnd .try. that l the w'" d or the pretty grove "Each member of Congress has tho proper location for enrly crop and forme,!, nnd. while thin layer of quite dry. where public meetings are held, or privilege of naming ono cadet for nriNl quick, warm noil. The 'J' divided noil will that tbo encapo of molnturo even their own homes, they should West Point and two midshipmen for " laud may Ih mvnpled nt all time. your Ily writing to There nre very few nolln that are not hrougli the pore of the noil. A mulch Invustlgnlo and sou what can bo done Annapolis. consisting of line manure, clipping for them by their member of Con- congressman ycu emi find out If there Improved by nonie form of drainage. "lp lnw" ,,r nnJ' lmllar material, gress. Tulip buim, plants, Autumn fc the time for plowing hnrd shrubs nnd is a vacancy, and how to get tint or stiff clay nolln, enpeclally If In o "Pread to n dNtanoe of ten or twelve things from the botaulcnl gardens are place If It Is open." Farm nnd Firepart of the country where freezing t I"1'1"" nround the plantn. will preserve all within the reach of the congress side. Inken nine... Siindr loanin nnd soil the moNtnre. hut the 'lllllch tdiould not men, thnt contain a large amount of huinun lie n heavy an to exclude tho air. "Then thoro nro public documents A cniHt forming over the noil after a may be plowed lu the nprlng, but the Tho farmer may not get rich S tlx" ir $ work Hhould be done early In order ruin or watering In detrimental to lelutlng to crops, plants and get x plant growth uud nhould be broken up Insect enemies, animals nnd their T quick, but when ho does plant-thnt the noil may neUle before rich he gets rich right. nn noon an the bind can be worked. To diseases, and other froo literature thnt proo-e.Ing. In the mint hero ntate this munt be i.crompllnh.Nl by mean of It Is denlrable frequent cultivation. to plow the garden enrly. plowing much .(LlLaBllBBBHBBIBlBBBBBBBBBBlllaa. Hmidy nolln will earlier than heavy clay noil. In the garden greater depth of plowing should Kiiport of tho condition of Tim JackHon County llnnk, iloliif IiiihIiickm be pracllc.Nl than for ordlunry farm nt the town of MuKoo, County of Jackson, Sttito of Kentucky, nt tho elonti cropM. Kubnolllng will be found ndvnu , oi iiiisinonn on i no un day or April, r.n;i. tagoou In mont ciinen. I In ml spading should bo resorted to only lu very sinnll 0B0W, nrmlos or rMMANSST botmd RESOURCES WITH K.NI.AHOKU 1'IT. (anion or where it in ttenirnine to pro- IxjaiiH and DincouulH , I 03,022.17 . pare a small nren very thoroughly, "lu "tl" ' nulllclently Overdrafts, secured uud unsecured 520 08 After plowing the next Important 'le ,e"nl,U!11 usual ten Stocks, Bonds and other Securities 1,000.30 ten In to H.niKitl, nnd pulverize the d.r' 38,040.00 soil. The pulverizing process should til niiiet'AiiiK III .lieIn Ilium. It lliu null Due from Hunks too wet. n it ; Cash ou hand 0,003.50 extend nn deep nn the plowing. Home ndliervsJn aball There nre number of one borne culti75.75 furilenern prefer to cut the laud thor- vators that are esvcclnlly adapted for Checks and other cash items oughly with a dink harntw before plow2,031.00 work lu the gnnlen. The hand tools Hanking House, Furniture and Fixtures ing, to that when It Is tnru.Nl by the should Include n spade, n spading fork, plow the bottom soil will tie fine ami ; Total Nteel rake, n ten foot measuring f 105,001,55 mellow, Aftor the plow the dink or a cut cutting barmw I again brought Into pole, n lino for laying off rows, n stnud- , I.IAHJl.lTIES hoc, a narrow hoe, dibbles, a trow-olplay and the pulverizing process com- nrd an assortment of hand weeders, a Capital Stock imid in, iu cash 15,000.00 noil In n trifle too dry pleted. If tho watering can. u wheelbarrow, and If Surplus Fund .' 2,000 00 and contain lump It may lie nece' ' tho work Is to lie done largely by hand Undivided Profits, less expenses mid tuxes pnid 1,050.75 ary to imo n roller or clod crmher. 172.770.80 For garden crop there Is no fer- the outfit should nlno Include nome Deposits subject to check form of wheel hoe. tilizer that will compare with good, Time Deposits 14,774.00 87,511.80 lu the control of Insect nnd discuses . well rotted bitrnyiir.l ninnure. Chick that Infest gnnlen crops It Is often j n, pigeon and nbeep maiiurcH rank $105,001.55 Total high as fertlllxers. The manure from possible to accomplish n great amount y adopted for drop- of good by careful naultnry manage-- STATE OF KENTUCKY, ) fowl U ,u' ping tn tho bllln or mws nf plant. ment. In the autumn any rofuao that J County of Jackson. frequently apply remains should Im gathered and placed Market gnnleiier We, D. G. Collier and J, K. Iluyn, President uud Cashier of thu above 2,o00 pound of high grade fertilizer In tbo comiKist heap or burned If diseased or Infested with Insects. Several unined Bank, do solemnly swear thut the above statement is true to the per acre each year. And protection best of our knowledge and belief. Mnrty of tho garden seed lone their of tho garden lnot-tduring the winter under boards and D.Q. COLUEH, President. vitality after one yeur'ti tlmo. uuy looso material that may remain In Throughout tho northern states It U J. It. HAYS, Cashier. dotlrnblo to start plants of certain tho garden. Deud vine or leave of Subscribed and sworn to before uie this 10th day of April, 1013, crop before the danger of front has plants nre frequently covered with disD. O. COLLIER, Clerk Jackson County Court, pue4. Thn nlmplont method of start- - ease n pore and should bo burned. By JOHN FOWLER, D.C. HOME COURSE INTENSIVE FARMING IN SCIENTIFIC n AGRICULTURE - rir n be-fo- ro I BV y J w, mm WW ivjfV" " 1 us'cd Immediately, are JurstasRa7d' al large clear ones, but they will not sell well on tho market, and If tent In with good eggs will spoil the trade. Therefore, they should be kept and used at home. No eggs should be washed, for the packers claim thoy will cot keep well. All eggs from stolen nests, whoso freshness Is doubtful, and all Incubator eggs should either be thrown away, boiled for the little chicks or used at horrio. They hould never bo sent to market. Ilot-to- n SELL ONLY THE FRESH EGGS eggs need not bo discussed. Any person who will send one to market Soma Farmers Deliberately Impoa on deserves all the penalty possible from Small Merchants by Giving tho puro-foolaw. Goods Known to Ba Stale. When eggs havo been properly gathered, handled and kept previous (Ily A. O. PIIIL.UFS. Kansas.) to taking to market, tho question Selling eggs Is one of the handiest of the number of trips to town should ways for the farmer to get a cash bo considered. In hot weather the or trade return for his produce, during eggs should be marketed two or three parts of the year, and If he can times per week, and oftener If all Increase tho efficiency of the machinIf that number of trips cannot ery which produces and handles thcao bo made, with a neighbor eggs he ls putting Into hla pocket good and havo him alternate days lu the hard cash. trips which must be made. Almost every housewife who Is In tho fall and spring egga should compelled to buy eggs constantly be marketed at least once a week. clamors for some method which she Many buyers have bad trouble In Nomay pursue In order to always get vember with eggs classed as "held fresh eggs. There Is no housowlfe eggs." These are common, because who has not some time or other had most farmers believe that after frost the great displeasure of handling spoil- eggs will not rot so quickly, but nevered or rotten eggs. This almost con- theless they do evaporate and the air stant occurrence, with the possible cells In them show the candler that exception of the winter months, prac- they are stale. tically compels thoso who lecture and Therefore, the more often eggs are carry on experiment station work to marketed, the greater are the chances) plead with tho farmers who produce that they will be good. the eggs to put onto the market betpos-ilbl- e. nn www Page Sevea ter produce The egg loss each year Is enormous and Is beyond all reasonable Justification, and the blame lies, at least tn part, with the farmer for the following two reasons: First, some few farmers deliberately take to market eggs which they know are not fresh, because they know Make-Uof Broilers. A broiler should havo a good, plump breast, broad back, clean yellow leg and yellow skin, and small comb. Such la the American epicure's Ideal p 11 but these requirements bar out such breeds as Brahmas, Cochins, Lang-shan- s, or any crosses on them, on account of the feathers en their legs. They bar out all fowls, and put a damper on all large-com- b blrda like Leghorns, Minorca, eto. Such being the case, the Wyandottss have easy sailing; and, besides, being quick growers axe more desirable for , this purpose. whlte-sklnned J h For Ycar-Uoo- l'ltliiir '".. pro-tcti- recom-mende- "'n-- Eggs 8hould Be Packed In Neat Cases. that the merchant Is compelled to take them or lose their trade. Second, and by far the greatest reason, Is because of ignorance on the part of the farm er as to what and how to sell eggs. When the bens on the farm are producing enough eggs to warrant the farmer's taking them to town, arrangements should be made to handle all of them properly. A convenient and clean place should be provided wherein the hens can lay. The nat ural tendency of a hen Is to go off In the weeds and make her nest. This should not be tolerated and any eggs found In such places should be marked and kept at home. When the clean, fresh eggs aire bathered they should be put In a clean, dry, cool place until marketed. Even though the place la clean and cool, If It la not dry, molds, eta, will commence development and the eggs will soon spoil. If the egga become damp and they happen to be In contact with any colored material they will Immediately become stained. Good egg cases in a cool, dry, clean place, kept up off of the floor, make an excellent receptacle In which to keep eggs previous to marketing. Before these eggs are aet aside for market, they should be gone over by the fanner as he collects them, and all small, stained, dirty, doubtful. In cubator and rotten egg should be removed. .Small as4 dlrtx e&&S- - U -- WHIT LEWIS Will make tho season of 1913, ou my farm two and ono half miles cast of Kingston on tho Muddy Creek Tload, nt 110.00 to Insure a living colt. Money due when maro ls bred and parted with. Lien retained cn colt until Borvlce fco ls paid. Due dlllgenco will be exercised In care of mare but not responsible for accidents. Whit Lowis ls by Rex Teavlnc, 6 years of age, 15 4 hands high, fine 3-- saddle and harness horse, E. C. Lane, R. F. D. 2, Borea, Kentucky. andotbcrctilclcdSeaHea. One WctKittle mates u eallonn of medicine At all iruugista. .Sample and booklet on"Dl-eaneiFowln" ntnt i'ltEE. Bourbon Remtdy Co. Uxisftaa, of BOURBON P0LITRV CtliE down a chick' tliro.!t c.re gai-i- j A few tlop In ihe drill ilng water curen and prevents cholera, diarrhoea lj. "Js' bchool-ground- flne-tho- I . In-- JACKSON COUNT,Y BANK lPl-U.- "Such shipments mean Studebaker has the confidence of the farmer" think what that mean. This enormous output means that Farmers the men who know depend upon Studebaker wagons to do their work. And. a Studebaker wagon never fails. It is always ready to do a big day's wdrk end to keep on doing it. There are thousands of Studebaker wagons that have been in service from 20 to, 40 years. A StuJtlaht wagon U a real business aaaet. Whacta, body, frame, axlca and running gear have been tested and reteated by riprrtt. You can buy cheaper wagons but they're not SluJciatrt, nor will they last like SluJebatr wagons. Whether In city, town or country, for business or pleasure, there it a StuJthatr vehicle to meet your requiiefaicnts. Farm ws,tont, trucks, contrsctors' wagona, buggies, surreys, runabouts. each the best of its Iiony carriages, business and delivery wagona Studebaker harness also, of every description. Stt our DtaUr or wrilt uu Every year over one hundred thousand horse-drive- n vehicle are sold by Studebaker. Over a million Studebaker vehicles are always in use. Stop and J 1 eH-clall- s STUDEBAKER KEW YORK MJNNKAfOUS CHICAGO DALLAS SALT LAK8 CITY SAN South Bend. Ind, KANSAS rXANCISCO DIMVIB CITY rORTLAHB. 0X. Pane Eight. run citizen. lsltcd her aunt, Mrs. Matilda 1'arkcr, Mondny and Tuesday. MUs Maude Anderson visited nt tho home other giandinother, Mrs. Emily McCnilum, Sunday. Tho Doctor wns called, Thursday, to seo Klmhci Shepherd, who has Indications of pneutnonla. Win. McCollum and John Wilson got their partnership raft off on tho Into tide. Tho nv.w story is real good and we nro anxious for tho arrival of The Citizen each week. died, April 10th, nfter a lingering Illness of consumption. Ho was a member of the Kast Pittsburg Baptist church. Ho leaves a wife, three sons and two daughters behind, Tim were Interred 'In the Southnrd grave yard on Friday, Tho Infant of Joo Ilnziott was burned to denth ami H tho remains were brought iw Jill n burg to bo burled In thu I Ittsburg cemetery, Wednesday. School Is iro ' grossing nicely. Albert Fleehtrr very poorly with erysipelas. 1 1 11 1 j April 24, 1913. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Wo It not for pabllcatloa, but erter4Mtt fMliH hIm l.fd u lull ly ttt ntllit. faith, an YldtKe of tt4 1I Witte pUlnljr. rn Jonnlo Whtvl t" Apr. Posey, April 13. Miss Efflo Hyden INTUTOWN STATE jcr of Nina Is lsltlng her sister. Mr, visited her sister, .Mrs. Calllo tex-toweek.-M- rs. Mary Umbert, thia Contlnuril (mm Flril last week. Miss Pearl Mclntlre rol Martlu, who lias been quite sick 11. Rowland, latter pult of last week. Tho drceas'd is improving slightly. J. II. Umlwrt visited her sister, Mrs. C. was nineteen years cf age. He Is Bald made a business trip to Mt. Vernon last Saturday night and Sunday. one day last week. .Mrs. Noru Wren Fred Malnous Is very low with splnnl to havo been one cf a rcscuo party home-bake- d and Miss Lydla Lcvctt wero llcrea meningitis. Robert Uonds and Jcuac whose boat capsized In the streets of Hamilton. Withdraws from County Clerk Race jlsltors, Saturday. Several from h.ro Herd havo been trading hors.'s. STUCKY HOLDS CLINIC attended church at Falrvlcw, Sun-- I Misses Winnie and Clarice Rowland To tho Voters of Jackson County. spent Inst Sunday with Miss Rebn Dr. J. A. Stucky was In Hlndman 14 Having changed my rosldonca from day. Mrs Julia Kldwell of Illinois. Williams. Meosrs. Kinory Flnnery the W. C. T. U. Industrial School at Jackson County, I hereby give notice I Is visiting her sister, Mrs. D. 1.. Poyn-- many friends that I have with, tcr, at pUscnt U. L, I'oynter recent. and Quluton Wilson went to Ivondale, j ,i,0 end of U15 week, accompanied by to my O., Inst Monday. Mrs. Emerson Hoi- - three trained nurses mid Miss Linda drawn from tho race for County Clerk ly moved to his property near Boone. comb and Mlsa Lcnnlo Malnous of Neville. Sam Abrams and II. Levctt of I urgently ask that my supportand Conkllng spent last Saturday night Dr. Stucky Is nn eyo specialist and ers ubo their influence and cast their Jackson County visited the family of J. Lovett, Saturday. Willie Isaacs tf and Sunday with relatives near here. Miss Ncvlllo is the President of the voto for Mr. D. G. Collier. Thos. Rowland end Chnrllc Peters Kentucky Society for the prevention Madison passed thru here, Sunday. Yours respectfully, nre hauling logs to the river. Horn of blindness. These eye clinics have Ceo. Lamb recently moved in tills J. E. Parsons. CINCINNATI MARKETS a been held for two or three yearn vicinity. Mrs. Susie Smith is visit-lu- g to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ilowmnn. under tho direction of tho Society mother, Mrs. Molllc Ryrd, boy. April 13Ui. her JACKSON COUNTY ISLAND CITY and have proved n gnat blessing near Hat Gap at present. Oscar Sims, Cum No. 2 whit fi:fif.3r. No. I McKKK Island City, April 17. W. S. Peters to sufferers from Trachoma mid oth r RESULTS IN, TWO DEATHS AND white CI fi 62c. No. 4 white r.Sd'COHc. was who has been In Indiana for ssmo McKec, April 21. County Court No. 2 yellow A2t?r3c. No. 3 yellow 61 time, visited home folks mar Snider, Is visiting friends In this neighbor eyo diseases. WOUNDING OF FIVE STRAY In session here today. There was fffilHc. No, 4 yellow RSfffiOc. No. 1 Terry Gentry left, Monday, STREET WAR Truott last week. Mattlc Coyle of llockford hood. BULLET KILLS CITY JUDGE. mixed Gift 2c. Nn. 3 mlied fiOCfCOUr. largo crowd In town. Jesse In a street war at a cnrnlwil, berecently moved to Muncy, lnd. A. with his team to drive a drummer No. 4 mixed f"Of9Hc, white ear 60O1 waa In town, tho 21st. 1. H. Hayes thru various parts of the mountains. ing held In Franklin, two men wero 2c. yellow ear COIJtMr, mined ear 60 D. Levctt has been sick for a bought a fino saddle and buggy horse IsStave work is still a success at J62c. killed outright nnd others will possiRcw Over Woman With a Carnival Mr. Grout visited home folks, May-- No. 1 Richmond recently. D. G. Collier timothy at $17.60011, land City. F. Bowman who has been bly dlo. Trouble came up over n Company Starts Trouble Crowd Sunday, standard timothy $16.5017. No. 2 timmade a trip to Grccnhall, Friday. working nt the Kings Mills returned It Stampeded. to a boy for the by tho sheriff othy $ir..r.0fj 1fi. No. 3 timothy 113.50 IIOCKPOIUI largo line of Mrs. Lou Fowler has a home a few days ago. Wm. Mays, U. use of piofano Innguage. The sheriff ft 14. No. 1 clorer mixed ttC.C0(fl7, n Rocklord, April 21. Miss Uoulah S. .Marshal, left. Sunday, t'ntim Nf ladles' hats for sale J. C. ltussvil and Brvlc No. 2 clover mixed $14.51)4716.50. No. for his hindIn a large crowd was later aecosted visiting J. It. Hayes, Vlars, who haa been sick for the quarters oon, Ed, were Franklin. Ky. In a plmol duel here 1 Hover $12.50013.60. No, 2 clorei at Richmond. G. J. Gentry by tho boy's brother and father nnd !.6ftll.ti(i. A larco fire was In tho past tliroa months, is now in the lie- - Just returned nn.inv. Beattyvlllc, where In self defense killed one and mortal' City Judge I, II. (loodnlght nnd Will Oats- - No. 2 while- 3Sc, standard woods near town a few days last lea hospital. She is slowly Improving, he conveyed two moonshiners before ly Injured tho other, and In the fin- T.iylor, 45 years old. ere ulnln, nnd whltn 37ft37'4c. No. 3 3Ci73CHc. N. James Taylor, 25 )enrs old. son of 4 white Sunday were r--the town. Last Saturday and week, but did no damage to M. Beatty, U. S. Commlsaloner.-J. re- 34r36Hc. No, 2 mixed 35 al lade of shots tlie Killce Judge Will Tuyior. m fatally wounded, No. 3 mixed .14 'ifi 35e, No. 4 j. k. Holcomb is worse than he has SUar church days at the Scaffold while four others were allghtly wound- mixed 33ft 34e, Leonard Cano Baptist church. There Is been for several months. ed Tho Cllflon Kelly hows, or CarWheat -- No. 2 red $t.tlftl.!3. No. S day school at th-- j Baptist church at and Wick Lalnhnrt made nival Co., have been, how lug at the red $1.0441 1.62, No. 4 red Sfirftll. Uerea last week. Tyra Lain- - j 10 a. m. Also Sunday School at th trip to Kkks 1'rlme firsts fair grounds here for a week, nnd It 16ic, lints c ordinary firsts second! hart went to Rock Lick, Saturday. ' Union church at 2 p. 111. Everybody wns nt the conclusion of n performMiss Myrtle McCollum Born to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rader, must come. ance when the shooting began. James I34P. With a cl.imp on her head like a cage lor her hair Poultry-- - Hem, heavy (over 4 lbs) visited Bertha Bullen, Sunday. Mr. Tnylor had an nltercatlou with ont 13c, (4 recently, a fine boy. She sits all the day on a stiff little chair lbs and under) 16c, youiiR tnjr-pof the showmen over a woman, who Robert Bowman and daurih a"d And answers the calls that come over the wire 12c. rooster old roontera 10c, cloveh bottom appealed to Sheriff Robert (lomiett for springers (1 to lb) 30ft 4oe. (2 Ibi Smith tcr. Mary, were In Scaffold Cane. From people of patience and people of ire, Apr. 21.-J- no. piotectlon, The sheriff threatened ami over) 20ft25c; ducks (4 lbs and Mattlc L.nvlllc visited Pearin and arover Hunter puss- - Sunday.-.M- rs. And " N'umbei 1" she queries of noble or churl, young Tnylor with nrrest nnd fjulcted over) lfie. while (under 4 His) 13c; Mra. Etta Abney of CI. a A wonderful voice has the telephone girl. on their way to New him for the time. Young Taylor, how-erc- turkeys (S lbs nnd over) 17c, young Creek, Sunday. J. R. McCollum an. Hays Hope church. tho 19th.-R- cv. found his father nnd related to 16c. She has to be pleasant and hustling and keen, er Scaffold Cane went to "mil,- of $7.3508.26. extra him his experience wlih the sheriff, JS. Smith filled his appointment at Clo- - larasburgand are now In Bcrea. Mr. 0ftK.4O. butcher steers, extra $Sft With a temper-unruffleand ever serene, Saturday whereupon the elder Taylor went gun- S.25. Kood to choice $7.604f 7.90, comver Bottom Baptist church. There are forty-fiv- e things she must think of at once, ning and nt sight of Cornett opened mon to fair $5.25ff7.25. heifers, Engle's court on McCollum Is very sick and Is net tx and Sunday.-Sq- ulro extra Or some rough subscriber will call her a dunce, C. Vlan. wm. fire with a big revolver were pected to live long-$8.:5, Kood to choice $7. 50ft S. 15, comfollowing cases the 19th. tho Since it seems a general custom to huil Sunday, to seo his slater. mon lo fnlr $5ft7.2S; cows, extra $6.78 continued; Shelton Brockman against 47, Rood to choice $6.2SftC.75, comThe blame for your grouch on the telephone gitl who is in tho hospltxd.-M- an James Rose and George Perry against Bculoh. PUBLIC TIRED OF mon to fair $4.25ftC.16. rannera $3.50 tho Com- - ucl Bullen of near Wlldio visit, d. 4.25. It's wearisome work on the nerves and the brain, J. A. Cain and others and MILITANT TACTICS ft Hulls IloloKna $7 ft 7 60, fat bull Wesley Bullen Saturday night. -Pmonwealth of Kentucky against GeorB Continual hurry, continual strain, Dan and $7.257.75. ern- The cause of continuance was Born to Mr. nameMrs. Elmer McCollum. And Central gets tirtd as other folks do Cnlves-Kx- tra $7.75ft8, fnlr to rooi! Louis. -hoy. His Is London. The tide was turned on tho absence of C. P. Moore, attorney And needs to be thoughtfully treated by you $6ft7.60, common nnd large $507.25. the suffragette, and Hyde park, hereCorn to Mr. and Mrs. Harris Durha are very much on one side-Pe-ople So think of her doing her best 'mid the whirl. Hoks Selected heavy $9.20ft9.25, tofore a popular meeting plnco for tho Kood to cholcn packers and butcher boy.-- Mr. and Mrs. John Guinn Hayes behind with their work.-- Gar And try to be white to the telephone girl I followers of .Mrs. Emuiellne Pnnk-hurs- $9.20ft9.25, mixed packer J$'Jft9.20, to Richmond on business the ted - M. Bullen and family. Sunday. probably will not be a Mecca st.iRs $6 5( (17.60, common to cholc lltrlon lit it Ity. ls 16th.-- Wm. Short aud other U. S. I -- Next Saturday and Sunday are for advocates for the ballot for some heavy fat sow $Cft8.50. common tn church days at Macedonia. Rev. passed thru here the 17th t time to fMimc. tli anlYrn. choice heavy fat sows $6ftS,60, extra At to - Childress of Johnctta expects Hick"Kh- - -- nippers $7.K0ftl. pig (100 gcttes had plenty of evidence that the' on a moonshine rald.-O- wen Nancy Bullen. who has ' nell got his hous.. and almost all Its largo tide Is In South Ftrk Itlver. ceivea a wounu ironi wi.icu ue Ul ,i public has tired of tho militancy, and, ,0! M..v- .7.1. - -,ii rn reia-agfU.WU, fiUVU l(J contents destroyed by fire a few days oeen visiung uer inenos unu Thcro Is a large number of office twenty-fou- r hours later. The sheriff nl ,ne Protection otlereil by larRfi fuitiMVt Uvcs In Illinois, returned home last bodies of police saved the women from, 4.7c, woo, he,.pluiiiiuuti (i lair 11 ip Wilson Lakes has rented from seekers In this county. It will go Re In exonerated from blame, It scms J4.5o6o. 'lie nanus or uie angry mons. At CilpKd Lambs Extra $7,60. Rood to I. F. Dsan tho place lately vacated week. Mr. and Mrs. Gartleld Gabpublican by a largo majority.. W. A.J iiriguion me simraReites were chased cjiolce $7 ti 7.40. common to fair $S? oaru visitcu uortie and Joim stepu- by Tom Purvis and haa moved Into Revenue officers Hosklns Is sick. UNITED STATES NEWS off the esplanade nnd took refuge In 6.75; wool lamb JSftSSO; prlng It. A. W. Uakcr an attorney from ens, Sunday night. Bro. Hudson tf captured Broncr Gabbard and his partContinue-.one Iroin a nelRhborliiK house. This wns sur- In nil $SftS.10. Engle's court Berea expects to preach at the Unl- - ner in a moonshine distillery last McKeo attended S. A. rounded by bowling thousands, who FIRE IN JEWELRY STORE. CltANE TO ST. PKTEKSDUKi; the 19th. America Dean Is visiting 011 church next Sunday nt 11 a. 111. and took them to London. bombarded tho place with stones and 2 p. 111. Win. McCollum and sisCharlvH It. Crane of Chicago, ap- smashed every window. In defiance of her grandmother, Mrs. John Smith of and Term Haute, lnd. Fire In the rt ter, Mrs. Sarah Guinn, went to GARRARD COUNTY pointed by President Tuft Mlnnlsfr the ban on meeting at Hyd6 park the Shirley this week. h" Swopo-Nch- f Sunday, to ldt their sick father, P"1"1 Jewelry I.ICK.. Women's Social and Political union to China and recalled before he sallKN'OII ki:uiiv Co. caused a loss of (J R. HcCollum. Bertha Bullen visPaint Lick. April 20 Mr. and Mrs. ied, has been offered the ost at St. attempted to carry on Its prop.iRand.i time threatened an $25,000 nnd for a HatK-- r Kerby Knob, April entire squaro In ited her bister, .Mrs. Mao Bullen, Sun. Oscar Gabbard buent Saturday night Petersburg by President Wilson. He there. Londoner had nntlclpateil that filled his regular appointment at this such attempts would be made and 20,-- the business section. Firemen wer day night. James Balllnger, aud nnd Sunday with friends in Uor.-- nnd will likely accept Sunday. Our next place Saturday and. 000 nsxembled at the suctomary meet-- ' hampered becauso of the intense hcit. family of near this place, have re- attended church at the Uaptlst church, REPRESENTATIVE EXPELLED but finally succeeded In confining th meeting will bo held the fourth Satlng place. cently moved near the band mill at Sunday. Wo aro having spl ndld Tho New Hampshire L"RldIatur biazo to tho three-storbuilding. Tha urday and Sunday so tho pastor van Wildie. Repros ntalhu MAYOR SENTENCED TO 15 YEARS. damage was wrought In a largo stock weather for farming now, and the last week, expell-bo present for th'.-- Memorial Services. of fine china, heavy silver plat and farmers aro taking advantage of it. Clifford L. Snow of Muuchestf'r for Nola demons who has been sick OWSLEY COUNTY has offering to sell his vote. Snow was Prnxper William lllcamxtliam who Paris. Eugene lirou, art goods. Tho inorchandlso In th to be out again. The. Mis3?3 U nblo MIlITIl POHK been seriously ill is thougat to be elected as a Republican, then Joined mayor of Gentilly. who was charged front part of tho store wni not damLizzio and Lavado Wild and brother aged except by water. South Fork, April 17. The lain Mra. the Progressives, but during the last with an attempt to murder .two aged some better at tnls writing. visited their sister, Mrs. Elmer Click, still continues and farmers are women near Chantllly some time aRO, Nellie Gabbard of Ueiea v.slted with few weekB voted with tho Democrats. Sunday. A baby Saturday night and with their work. Cluy Griffith has been sentenced to 15 years' linprls thesis tho appropriation nets ha vi fumlly lat week. JHIEF MOORE DISMISSED boy haa arrived at tho home of Aaron of Klkatawa hnj moved to histauu her con. Will, and The Willis L. Mocre, chief of thu oumeiit. being motive alleged whb rob- pnsbrd either tho uper or lower Charles Drawn, our merchant, and Mr. and Mrs. N. H. WilPowell. bery, it which ho purchased from II. C. Ever-eolclaimed that family havo moved into Mrs. Mc'Jol-lum'Weather Bureau at Washington, was loht heavily in speculationlirou had houses cr havo. boon brought to a arliams wero raado happy over the on th point wliero th'sy aro practically iui- of this place. Mrs. 11. C. Combs 21 years summurily dismissed by 1'rts. Wilson house. Frtd Parker, rival of a fine boy in their home, Apr. nnd little daughter, Ncvlyu, of Bo.ne-vill- o bourse. mired. To meet these overtures nnd of age, died at his homo near Paint last wek. Mc.ru has held the office 13th. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Fred spent two weeks with offers of exhibits, tho exiioslllun orApril 10th, of tuberculcsls, af- clnec tlie Cleveland ndiiilnlstratlon. Turner, April 10th, a girl. We havo parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Ullbert, Lick, ganization Is bending eveiy nJrgy THEJ.ASTJALL In ter an Illness cf three mouths. He Ho offored hla resignation to Uienew prospects of a good fruit crop of this place. Miss Ireno M. All;n of to bo la Kf Ulmi when tlie tlmoconifa had been married only u?vtn mouths. administration, but, after It was subvicinity. Mr. Jake Perkins tf Ilnonevilln flnont tu-this hur There will bo plenty of elbow room to furnish tlu necessary Information broth-oi- s mitted, charges wero preferred ugalnst Ho leuM-- a father, elster, two Ureyfus stayed over night with Jas. , ,)f at the annual mcetlnz of tho Kon- - us to rules ami regulations of thu I . JUm Jant.t u Cau,llljt a wifo to mourn his d'ath. him by tho Socrotary of Agriculture Click. .Friday night, on his way to th,B lllace.M11.3 Cu,0(J LMMnnnl A kwvI.iMi.ti ailbm anu The aud S. customs, railroad routes mid rates, remains wore burled in tho I'n.nt and the President dismissed him biCiover Bottom. Ut!f brotlll.r( Fcx Nvho !iro ntton,,. will bo held In ho City of Louisville facilities for transKirtatlun, wiirchous Lick cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Jam 0 te ro tho charges mado imlille. TVNKU lng school at Oneida, will 011 April 30, May 1, 2 ami 3. It Is ox return lng and multitudinous things that Somthlng llko n wearing big smiles ovc.r is expec! Clyde .Moyers of Wilson atu Tyner, April 20. Farmers nro ulout home, Saturday. that at least 5,000 teachers must bo ready when thu first com uddltlonj at their home 0:1 ed to develop. will bo present. Tho Association bus mission comes hero In May to ready to plant corn. Farmer and Doonevillo visited his aunt, Mrs. I. the two stnit April 13th. They wero named Edgar been growing In popularity, more actual construction woik and nrrango Pearson's big moving picture fehow was It. Gilbert, Sunday. The measles aro uiid Edna. M.s. Fannlo Drockman WORLD NEWS raging in Hoonevllle now. teachers havo been attending, nnd (for assembling tho exhibits. well attended at our school hous Herbert Cuiitinurd Iroin I'lrit Vtt greater Interest h.vi been manifest 'd Tuesday night. W. H. Reynolds said Marshall of Wolf Creek has typhoid canio over from I)well, Filday, tObce her mother, Mra. Mary Gabbard. yeir for tho iwst tight years, grant tho changis demanded in thu bis fino saddle horse, Jackson Hoy, fever. NUGGETS Doss Parsons and family of Uerca suffriigo W. J. until it has become a difficult matter liiwe. for seven hundred dollars. CONKI.INO havo moved to tho Henry Wyllo proto entertain th Association In the CHINA ASKS FOR PRAYERS Junes, sold a span of young mtiUs Conkllng, April IS. Miss Faiiulo perty "If bolld hiipplness we prize, now owned by Prof. Dinsmoio As showing the piogre.B t)wanl (umaller towns of tho State. Many for $340. Miss Chnrlotto Nantz, cf liowlcs was calUd home from Llcrta That jewel within our bosoms lies. of Horea. Saturday aud Sunday were i luiwitii'i, nli.i.u l.nwn .Bit,. Itwul London, will bo visiting In this Mel Christian thought In China, tho new lust week to seo hur sick brother. And they are tools who roam; Wilcould not nity for tho next two weeks. M s. Ho Is elowly Improving. Wm. Park- - regular preaching days heie. Government appealed last week to all cultnble accommodations Tlio woild haa nttlilng to bestow; liam Collins and MHs Amanda WeavIs very sick tho Christian org.iulzatlons thru ut always bo secured. Hy goli.g t Louis-vlll- o with tir, a merchant, of this place, went Armlnla Moon From our own uelvee our Joys must er wero united In marriage, Saturday tho country to grippe. nil tcachc.-- who dcslio to atChester Jonca and slsfr, to Iouisvlllo recently to purchase Bet aside Sunday, the flaw night, April 10th, at tho hmm .f . 157.1,. r,r ,. tend can obtain suitable nccomiiuda-tioii..i ' Nora, havo boon visiting in London his spring ttccl; of goods. Mlts Do ' ', And tlmt dour hut our homo.'1 ... UI daye. Mr. and Mrs. J T. cla Stajifleld of Clay County pass3d Iho brldo. Tho brldo Is the daughter , for a few .. ,,'-- DVIIIIIUII ... "It Is posslblo to sprout an acrou l. ..!.... i. r. Moms visited in Mildred, Saturday an thru hero a fow days ago on her way of Mr. nnd Mra. Alten weaver 01 ,in In a groenhouuo, but it Is not posthis place and tho bridegroom n ton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Kuglo to Massachusetts to visit her mother. This action fs very phasing in all THE SAN DIEGO EXPOSITION slblo to mako an oak grow th.ro." Mr. Horry Collins of Rockcastlo inlsslou circles, ns it Is said cf Gray Hawk, wero tho guests tf J. W. Anderson returned home last if that "A man's diary s a record In youth County. W. K. Jonce and wl(e, Sunday. thcro Is no otu.'r euch oxamplo in night from a short visit with his San Diego, Cal Apr. 28. Six h'at s of his sentiments. In middle age of tlio history of the world. It la but have made appropriation for Tho Sun Master Coleman Ilcynolds 1b balling con, Claude, at Ilcrca. John S. WilLAUREL COUNTY his actions, In old ago of his reflechis prlzo seed corn at a dollar leu years sluco tho Uoxor outmgtB Diego Ex08ltlou amounting to $10.",-00- 0 tions." riTTHIIIIIU! son Is Blck. Jasper Andersen of bushel. Tho farmers ought to take adUoonevlllo visited relatives here, Pittsburg, April 12. Tho Red Men s und tin contrasts In conditions nro m and two county organizations havo vantage of this to uecuro good stcck Friday. Miss Suslo Parker wus thu Hall, tho grocery store of Ott and marked as to bo ulinott uubellevnlile. appropriated a total of $300,000, with "Who then Is freeT Tho wise man corn. W, It. Itader lest u good guest of her sister, Mrs. Tom Hoi Jones, tho barber chop and oMco of THE POPE UET1ER a right to Increusu this If necessary, who can command himself." maro recently. Uncle Alfred Johncomb, Saturday nnd Sunday. A num- tho Acmo Coal Co. wero burned, Fat 'Ilio Popo has rallied during tho tn $100,000. "Every 0110 can tamo a shrew but son has his mill dam put back and 'u ber of folks from this placo uttend-t- d urday night. Other states and goveriumntH have, Tho storo of George week from his serlouc lllneca and ia who hath her." ready to do all tho grinding that the reported to bo able to bjo visitors. through their legislative bodies, taken him church at Walnut drove, Sunday. Vard waa robbed, Tuesday night. people desire. Mrs. Charlotto Servlco was conducted by Ilov. Al- Bloodhounds wen brought but they He Is still troubled with pains In the necessary action to appropriate a "Contempt of a uan Is the tAai-p-tU very sick with lagrfppc. bert Howman. Mrs. Dcsslo Holcomb failed to find tho thief. Nosh Murray chest and serlou3 cough nt night. roprof.M total of $2,330,000 mor. In all of I -iM.-.- MIks n, es ANNOUNCEMENT For Representative We are authorlied to announce W. R. Reynolds of Jackson County n a candidate for Heprcaentntlvc from tha of Jackson, Owsley and Clay before the Republican voters nt tho . . Ymip vote nro AUKUIL 1 IIUIUIJ mia. (ad) respectfully solicited. ! ! ROCKCASTLE COUNTY hounk Absolutely pure rt .!,.. The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar w Makes delicious foods of maximum quality at minimum cost Makes home baking pleasant and profitable KENTUCKY DUEL 11 few-day- Wf-lfr- NnpT - A 3S--- -- 11 -- CENTRAL 15-i- M'-Je- , 1 e?tuTere lr r. Cattle--Shipp- 1 1 vis-we- nt t, rcu-Marsha- 'hr li'.-l- o. - J.V'lr I p--gr Bo-re- a, ' 21-I- tcv. 1 y be-bi- e, B ' hr ' I ,i.v ' ' ' t I J I ! n..-n.- J s ..- : "J"---- ,,', ''Z , e. l'r Itey-nol- I