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AULKNftft, Manager r tnttrrt at IV rott at Bern, t., Mil CUM M "wriut MtbT, 3D Vol. XIV. evoted, to the Interests of tlie Mountain People DEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY 8, 1913 One Dollar a year. No. 46 The Citizen SO WE MUST SOW It commonly said that we slinll reap as wo now, lul it is just as true that wo map, If wo do not sow ire rrn nerd, nntl brier, nml IhinllrH, There Is a fruitage ' neglect anil laziness just as loti nti f til of its kind an there in of Industry and thrift. Junt an bountiful? It in a hundred fold morn bountiful. It taken uo effort to got weeds to grow, but it coots great effort to keep thorn from growing or to kill them. And no with (lien. We are at no expense in their breeding, but they are our mont costly crop, when measured by the toll of disease and death thnt tbey exact, .So wo tuiint now, Tim bent wny to prevent weeds - to kill in to sow grans or grain; and the bent way to lessen the crop wcedn of flien, and dinenne, and death in to now scalier (loner needn, not filth; flion do not like llowern now health canttition. W'o are now at need time, but we can anticipate the harvent. "Men ilo not gather nraiK of iltorn, nor flu of Ihhtle," "IIV iliiill reap n ire hane howii" and an we have not sown. Is 1 Knowledge it power and the way to keep up with modem knowledge ii to read a good newspaper. Fire centiia oopj. Skutari Evacuated The Montoucgrlns havo buwed to tho will of tho great l"owcra nntl announce their Intention of giving up Skutari or placing It at tho disposal that of tho Powers. It la rumored such concessions were offered them as to prnctlcnlly offset tho lona of Skutari If It I finally wrenched from hltnBClf King of Albania, has been ordered by tho l'orto to renounce his claim and retlro with the Turkish troops Into Constantinople, and to another grave bltuatlon Is relieved. of tho rowers Tho Ambassadore at Ijondon arts In nlmost dally rw- ' A Great Convention Tlio Kentucky Educational Associa tion, which adjourned after a four days session In JxuIsvIHo last Satur day ovenlng, was tho greatest In many respecta ever held In Kentucky. In the first placo It was most large ly attended, every section of tho state having good delegations, train loads pouring In from many quarters. In tho second placo It was a nota- bio gathering from the standpoint of the suLJccts discussed, and tho In terest manifested In them, noted educators from many states of tho Union ns well as tho most distinguish ed in the stato being on tho pro gram, and arousing tho audiences to eral' European war. Esad Pasha, who recently proclalni-r- d then. It la reiorted that tho troops have fllrtn nml It Im already been wlthdrawu, thus bringing to an end the danger of n gen ' soon. tiro Balkan nmlutliln (lint fhn en problem will bo settled International Peace Gathering Mayor (lanor tonually opened tho International Conference Monday, which meets to arrange for ktho celebration of tho one. hundredth "anniversary of the signing of tho treaty of Ghent which marked the beginning of on unbroken era ot peaco among all English speaking peoples. CAN'T DO WITHOUT IT Nora, Ind., May .', 1113. In Now York, Delegates weru rescnt from every English speaking country In th world. At a luncheon at tho Waldorf Astoria, Chauncy M. Ucpew declared that tho friendship between English Scnk. Ing peoples Is eternal and that In tho midst of war wo nro at arms for lieaco. great enthusiasm. Third, the Association was marked In another respect the pcrsonel of the delegates. No ono could mingle uwuu mcni, near mem, soo uicm without realizing that an educational advance has already begun In Kentucky. Speaking of tho declaration of principles, the Louisville. Herald calls It an Educational Magna Ckarta. Part of tho tlmo cf tho gathering Saturday was taken up with tho election of officers, a good deal of Kentucky spirit being shown tho worso and tho better. The now president Is N. C. Hammock ot Morgantlcld. (I CAUSE TH' TEAMS AIN'T MATCHED." Bryan Fails in his Mission Secretary Dryan's mission to Cali fornia seems to have proved a failure, both branches of tho legislature n having passed tho land bill. The vole was practically unanimous, fear being expressed that tho mea-i- ' uro was not drastic enough. Tlio Secretary declared that he look ed to tho people of the state for ll- nal Judgment through a referendum antl-allcI J WflRLDNEWS Doan Editor: Ntw Chapter of Horrors Will Elect I am glad that you sent mo a rePresident Haitian Election Japanminder that my subscription had exese Formulating Protest. saved mo lots of trouble and pired. It I encloso amount for renewal. VNEW UIAI'TER OF HORRORS I would bo lost without Tho Citizen. Stricken Mexico Is still suffering student of Bvreo, and I am a former from tho depredations of tho lawam always glad to hear from there. Zapatlfctf, ns well as wldo spnad with less I think of 'my school dayu Insurrection, a train having Iwn many sweet memories. blown up by tho band near La Very truly yours, Cascade, Saturday, killing one hun Snlllo Wilson. dred and twenty people. A military escort was on the train, every mem CARIES FOR ANIMALS ber of which was killed and n whole On our agricultural Page, this week, block of buildings destroyed. will be found an interesting artlelo MEXICO TO ELECT PRESIDENT on tho prevention of contagious disOctober 26th has boon .agreed eases among animals. by Uuerta, Diaz and the Cabinet as Thle Is an interesting subject and tho dato lor tho Presidential election our readers will bo glad to know of In Mexico. tho work being dono by tho stato to Diaz Is expected to bo tho leading "Ollie nnd Sammy rode away together, up the green arched road, and the little company in the mill shed stood watching them. As tho finely formed young woman and her inferior escort panned from sight, a tall mountaineer, from the other side of Compton Ridge, remarked, "I doue heard Preaching' Bill nay t'other day, that 'mighty nigh all thin here gee liawiii', balkin', and kickin' 'mongst th' married folks comes 'cause th' teams ain't matched up right.' Dill he 'lowed God 'Imighty'd fix'd hit somehow no th' birds an' varmints don't make no mistake, but left hit plumb eaay for men an' women t' make blamed fools o' tbeirselves." f Everybody, grinned in appreciation, and another spoke up: "According t' that, I'll bet four bits if them two yonder ever do get into double harness, there'll be piecea o' th' outfit strung from th' parnon'n clean t' th' buryln' ground." The Shejihent of the Wit I vote. Ilryan In leaving transmlt-ite- d the President's criticism ot tho act, and cavo assurance, of the friend-- t ly Interest of the national government. The legislature through Its apokes-- I man thanked him Jor his visit, and expressed appreciation of tho govern ment's spirit Tho bill Is ready for the governor's signature, but he has agreed to withhold It until Mr. Dryan has a chance to confer with Presi, dent Wilson. Mr. UNITED STATES NEWS IN OUR OWN STATE uin deeds were given us for gallant dating; Great griefs were given us for patient bearing; Great thoughts were given us for gracious sharing. Should I be coward when the great deed callsme, Should 1 be weak when sorrow's weight appals we, Should I be miser with the great thought's gold, Then for my frailty is my birthright sold. Southern Agriculturist. (heat nave stock. For this work the stato Is to Iw oomaseaded. Our only regret Is that so little can bo shown by comparison that- ie being dono for U conservation of health among human beings. - candldnto although It Is thought that General Huerta, tho present President, will cuter the race, and posMbly Francisco Do LaUarro cso. . HAITIAN ELECTION Ttio Haitian Congress ccted, Sunday. Michel Oresto President of tlio SHOULD GROW FRUIT Will Be Greatest Educational Occasion Ever Known in Kentucky Republic to succeed General Tan Credo Another Interesting article 'on jingo August who died last week. Serious At tho coming Commencement, cul- - And nil ot them will provo that they 7 Is ono showing that tho state upends dlsordera are uald to havo occurred KovcnUvn million dollars fon foreign uurlng tho election, troops havlns mlnatlug, Wednesday, June Ith, Be- - aro conimpetcnt and ready to say grown fruit each year, and pleading rea College will glvo Collego degrees something In .two minutes. These been called out to establish order. brief addresses are a great featuroat for tho checking of this drain ujton to twenty graduates. Normal diplomas Derea. As President Frost often rePROTEST COMINd our resources by giving attention to Academy diplomas to minds us, Abraham Lincoln gave his Tho Jnnneso Ambassy at Washing to twenty-ninfruit mining In tho stnle. " received a copy of the Cali- Uilrty-clgh- t, and Vocational diplomas great farewell speech upon leaving ton has making Uie total Springfield In less than two hundred PAGE TWO fornia Allen Land Hill which awaits to twenty-soveGovernor Johnson's signature, and number of degreea and diplomas ill. words; equally brief was Napoleon ui On page 2, In our editorial rolumns, Resides this nearly as many certif- congratulating his soldiers; and Wolfe under definite Instructions from will bo found an interesting tribute Toklo U preparlne a form ot protest icates will bo given for vnrious at- In exhorting his army In tho attack to tho country woman, ho being to bo presented to tlio United States tainments; sixty-eigcertificates for en Quebec. A great speech doesn't tailed tho call of tho earth. Government Immediately after Secre- completion of tho Foundation School, havo to bo long. Othnr interesting articles will bo tary Bryan's In addition for comTho addresses from distinguished return to Washington. (and twenty-tw- o found In theso columns. It Is not thought that tho protests pletion In tlio Model Scliools) besides visitors will also have unusual value of President Wilson will have any others for tho short courses In Agri- this year. On Wednesday afternoon THE CITIZEN FOR NEWS effect ucn Governor Johnron. And culture and proficiency In various our chief speakers aro Hon. James J. Wo aro being told that Tho Cltlien tho next movo after tho passage 'f industries, as well as a largo number Brltt of Ashvllle, N. C, one of the orators of the South, and Rev. Is unequalled for 1U presentation of tho bill will iioaslbly bo a legal one, Of Dlbles to those who havo excelled H. Qrant Person of Newton, Mass. The real tho constitutionality of tho measuro In Ulblo study. tho news of tho week tho being tested In tho Supremo Court And then tho speaking' All who re- address to the religious societies on nows. It comes, of course, In n conceive dogreos and diplomas In tho Nor- - Sunday night Is given by Rev. Dr. Os form anil culled; that Is, un- of tho United States. densed final and Academy Department will car E. Maurer of New Haven,-- Conn., important cventa, of which no many speak. Tho Academy graduate have a which Is tho sent of Yalo University. of papers aro full to tho exclusion NATIONAL TUBERCULOSIS fcejarato graduation exorcise, Saturday The address to tho literary societies practically everything that Is good, ASSOCIATION night. Tho College and Normal gradu- on Friday night will bo by Rev. Dr. are loft out. Readers of The Citizen ates speak on Wednesday morning. Turner of Philadelphia. can bo assured that when they havo Tho National Tuberculosis Associaperused Its rolumns thero Ih really tion convenes In Wnnh!ngon, today. nothing of niortnnccthat has trans- This Is tho 9th annual session and "Tho Present World Situation a Y. M. C, A, CONVENTION pired upon tho globe during tho past It will bo tho object of tho shakers jChallongo to tho Christian .Men jf Cincinnati, May I5thl8th. week with which they am unacquaint- to review Uio work of the past ten America." ed. years. gatherOno of the moxt Interesting CHAN6ES7NBETErVSTEACHIH6 Homor Folks of Now York Is tho ings of tho year will bo tho 3Sth Intor SPECIAL POEM In his address proposes FORCE President, and Young Don't miss the oem on our 8th to show what tho methods In uso national Convention of tho Men's Christian Association In Cinpngo "Answered Prayers." It is havo accomplished In tho reduction of The closo of the cchool year will cinnati, May ISth-lStIt was Intendworth going a long way to find. tho death rate. Tho Secretary, Dr. ed that this Convention should bo in witness several Important changes In Livingston Fairand, will review tho Los Augeles, but, on account of the tho working force of Rrea College, Mr. Imrlo retires from tho Tutorpresent fighting forces of tho move- fact that sonio very vital queBtioijji CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE Academy, afment. upon, it ship of English in tho aro to bo discussed and acti'd PAUE ONE ter threo years effective Bervico and Many other, speakers aro on tho pro was thought best to meet nt a cenEditorials. gram and tho eutlio field of tubercu- tral point so us to have a more rep- will bo succeeded by Mr. Arthur S. News of tho Wook. losis prevention, nnd tho prevention resentative gathering. Jno. R. Mott, Hancock, a recent graduate of Wesley, PACK TWO. an University of Mlddletown, Conn. of other diseases along with cooperawho recently docllued tho ministerEditorials. )osltlon tive methods will bo discussed. Eddy Miss Parker retires from tho ship to China, and Sherwood ToniKrnnce. of Teacher of Cooking in tho Vocation, will return from their tour of India, hominy School Lcuscn. nl Schools ofUr a year of good work, FORMER BEREAN EDITOR China, Korea, Japan and other counPAOE THREE by Miss and will bo succeeded contries so as to bo present at tho Train IIoyh and (ilrls Right. Tho Citizen la In receipt of Vol i, vention and will bo accompanied by Tyler, a graduate of Wellesley Hodtcy Sjenks of Railroads. CoRego and Cincinnati University. No. 1, of tho Russel County Advance, other lenders In tho Association PAOB FOUR a pamr published at Russel Springs, World Movement, including lletch.'r Important changes aro Indicated by Local Nows tho retirement of Dccu Matheny from Ky. Drockumu and C. T. Wang, of China, Madison County News. Tho Editor la Mr. I. M. Tullsr, Galen M. Fisher, of Japan, and E. C. tho Academy and Dean Dlusmore Homo Town Ilelpt. from tho Normal. Roth of these men soveral years ago a student In Curter, of India. Fred II. Smith of tho PAUE FIVE havo been long and prominently conwho seta for himself n high Men Religion Forward Movement and Story standard In Journalism In his "Saluta- nnd tlio International quartet who nected with Uerea, and they will bo ljcal News, tory" in tho first column of the nro now carrying tho Men and Reli- greatly missed. Dean Matheny was PAOE 81X himself a graduate of Rorea Collego. first Issue. gion message around tho world will Stflal Story. His future plans nro not yet aimounc- Tlio Citizen congratulates the Edi- bo at tho convention. Somo of tho . ed. Dean Dlnsmoro has not only been PAOE SEVEN tor on tho quality of his first platform themes will bo: Poultry. a collego worker, but a prominent man and wishes 'him great success In "Recent Progress and Present Out- In business and politics. Ho goes to Agriculture, Homo Courso In his undertaking. look on tho North American Field." an important position In connection Contageous Diseases of Animals. PAOE EIQHT "What Religious Message Should with tho nowly established Normal Ilryan and Clark havo burled tho Eastern Kentucky Nows. hatchet, but they had better be tho Association Uring to Young Men?" School at Kent, Ohio. scorched for stiletto and brass knuck. Markota. "Recent Progress and Preeent OutTheso changes will bo noticed more loo. Answered Irayer. look on tho Foreign Field." I fully later. I e, ht fore-most Ro-rc- a, Is-s- Commencement 1913 May Expect Killed by Moonshiners Pension Act The Japanese Rumpus Financial Legislation President Declared Constitutional Construes Keeps his Promise Or. Lyman AbPrimary Law Jail Delivery Webb U. S. bott out of Peace Society Cleared Forest Nurseries. Recognizes' Chinese Republic " I KILLED BY MOONSHINERS Another Cure for Consumption r Two deputy United States marshals Bold Train Robbery. wero killed and a third wounded by THE JAPANESE RUMPUS moonshiners In Cumberthe ( President Wilson la having tho land Mountains above Plkevllle, Ky., same trouble with California and the Sunday. Tho officers had destroyed 'Japanese that his predecessors bad. tho Illicit still, and wero on their When Mr. Roosevelt was President way back to Plkevllle, when they the trouble aroso over the act of wcjro fired upon from ambush. A ne In exclud- - gro girl, who revealed tho still, escapthe San Francisco Schools Continued on rre Hit ed, carrying the nows of tho disaster, and led a rescue party bock to tho scene. Posses have been formed, SENATOR J. K. VARDAMAN and aro scouring tho country for the outlaws, who may bo dealt with in a summary manner, if caught. tOKr PENSION ACT CONSTITUTIONAL ! jH J The Confederate Pension Act passed by the last general assembly was declared constitutional by circuit Judge, R. L. Stout of Frankfort, Saturday. The coso will now be appealed to the Court of Appeals, tho contention of the jitato being that Confederate BOldiersrendered no service to tho stato during tho war of tho rebellion, and therefore, should not bo pensionTho defense beforo tho court ed. claims that they did render groat service to the state, "building up the state, and making it bloom ltko a rose." CONSTRUES PRIMARY LAW The assistant attornel general, in rcsponso to many Inquiries, mailed to tho clerks of tho various counties of the' state an opinion late lost week which hclds that tho law applies only to tho dominant parties, parties controlling at least 20 per cent of the voto, and that others cannot enter tho primaries. Futhcrmoro persons 'styling themselves Independents cannot voto, Inasmuch as tho election is held to detcrmlno tho candidates of specific parties. In the third placo no to wrlto tho naniu , ono will be allowed lot a candidate upon tho ballot, tho i I nc Continued on James K. Vardaman, the new senator from Mississippi, le one of the most picturesque of the Democrats who have come to Washington under He wear his hair the new regime. long and affects a big black slouch the summer hie clothes are alwaye white linen. hat. In I't FERTILIZER Better and Cheaper Than Ever Equity, Globe or V. C. You can't afford to buy until you get prices, terms and analysis on one or all of the three best brands made, at CHRISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE MAN" BEREA, KY. Page Two. a savings account to their credit. After It reaches a certain tho sum Is taken out ot U10 family newspaper for all that la rig ht, rchool savings bank and placed to tho trua and Interesting. child's credit In a regular savings bank whero It begins to draw thrco I'ublUhrd nerjr Thursday SI IWrta, Kjr per cent Interest. Hazel Baldwin, aged six years, Is tho bank's youngBEREA PUBLISHING 00. est depositor. Christian Herald. (I new penile!) J. P. Faiilknar, Editor and Manaiar. THE CITIZEN bavo qulto PANAMA-PACIFIC May 8, 1913. The Citizen INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915. SUNDAY Lesson VI. SCHOOL, Second Quarter, For May 11, 1913. SERIES. (Conducted ELECTRIC SPARKS by the National Woman1! Chrlattan Temperance I'nton.) THE INTERNATIONAL . Subscription Ratos I'AYAM.K IN ADVAKCK One Ytar . . Secretary Ilryan Is tho winged Mercury ot tho administration. il.oo to 13 TWO VICTORIES ARE NOTABLE Temperance People Highly Elated Over Events Recently Enacted at Nation's Capital. ' ' Mi Monlht Three Montht or Kinit" Moner Kn,l monrvbv I't-offic- e Oritrr, Draft, HrgUtereil I.rtlrr. or one ami twos stamps. tent The Jle after jour narat on label uliowa to Why couldn't Austria Hungary have what date your suWrlpllon la aiil. If it ia not after renewal thanrnl within three m-ekvindicated her military prcstlago while notify na. MUnInf number wilt be Rlailly Mipplletl If we the Turks wore still behind Scutarla's are notified. IJberal term (len to any who obtain new walls. inscriptions for us. Any one sending us four yearly autwcriptlona ran receheTheOtiien free Today's failure may mean tomoriWhinuiclf for one year row's success. Advertising rateaon application. Pres. Wilson refers applicants to other peoplo In a way that nihkestho third person almost as conspicuous as tho first person used to bo. Text of the Lesson, Gen. all, 25.40. Memory Verses, 39, 40 Golden Teat, Commentary Prepared by I Pet. v, 5 Rev. O. M. 8tearns. Phnntnh'H third day birthday party ) suggests other of last Iwwoii third day Incident, and thero nre many, nil pointing nnolntcd eyes to tho greatest of nil third day events. 111 resurrection from lht dead with all Its benellts tn iM'llovers to be fully enjoyed at our resurrection from the dead. Now we Inive it third year story of stiililcti und marvelous exaltation from n dungeon to n throne, from n place of darkness ami sulTcrlng to tho moM prominent place In tho power of Pha o rend. "It c.tno raoh to grunt, for to puns nt the etui of two full years (ill. 1 1. Two years of forgetfulness on the part of the tiutlor, two year of continued httmlllutlim for Jiweph, and then "It wnt fuoiigli." God's time ofaw ilelheriiuce for His faithful servsnfB hncl come. Pliantoh's dreams, which nil the wlu men of Kupt could not Interpret, led the butter tu remetnlHT his faults ami to speak to Pharaoh of tho prlioner the young Hebrew who wns servant tu the raptalu of the guard and who could and did correctly Interpret dreams (ill. Then wu Joseph made to run out of the dungeon, hurlng shnved lilm self and chntigi-i- l his raiment probably with uiort haste thnn he had ever done (verse 14 msrgln) lu bin life If the iiicHMMiger told Joseph why he was wanted we may Imagine that pot slbly Joseph had visions of deliverance near nt bund, As hu stood before Pha rnoh the king said that ho had dream ed a dream which no one could Inter pret. but he had heard that Joseph could miilemtnud and Interpret drcama. In his reply Joseph ncknowlttlgt-God. anylug: "It Is not It) me. God shall give Pharaoh an answer of peace" (rerc 15. Iti). Pharaoh then told Joseph his two dreams and added, "I told this unto the magicians, but there wait none that could declare It unto me" (verso 211. We may easily imnglno Joseph lifting up bis heart to God as he listened to the king's recital of his dreams. What a picture a man who had been shut away from the world and all the wisdom of the world for years In the presence of a great king, but more con scloiisly In the presence of the King of kliie and In communion with Hint anil therefore knowing whnt all tbe wis iloui of this world could not teach him! We see the same great lesson In the ruse oft Daniel and his friends, for when all the wlsilnm of llabylon could neither tell the king his dream nor Interpret the dream when he told It nor rend even four words written by Gtsl Daniel by tin Spirit of God could do nil The mislcni sholarshlp. so called, or the wMotp of this world Is Just ss helpless tisliiy to understand the things of (Sod. fur theySniu only lie known by the Spirit of liisl (I for, II. 111. Jo ei1i U'liig n mini In whom tbe Spirit ty the Spirit III of God was. tie the dream to the king and saw as be told the kins: that !od was show log Pharaoh whnt He wns about to do He also told I'harnoh that Inasmuch as the dreHin wits douhled It was the thing was established by God nml that He would shortly bring It to puss (verw ir.'i, I'he Hug was so Im pressed by the supernatural power In this mail that hi' at once promoted him to the highest pl.ire of xjwer, saying. "Only In the throne will I be greater than thou" (verses ;t!l. till. Could anything be more thrilling than such words us those of verses tl to 15 addressed by such a king to n man Just out of prison? Iteint carefully mid try and grasp the situation-yesterd- ay In tlio dungeon, where lie had lieen for years: today next to the king, ruler over all I'g.vpt. clothed wllti royal apparel, rid l lug In the chariot, every kneo iHiuing to lilm, und no one able to do an.Mliliig without hi permission: Consider tils new inline signifying "Tho mail to whom secrets are reyealcd." and see him married to n princess (verse 45. iiiarglui Is It any wonder th.it he called hi Hot sou ManiiHseh sayliig."God hath made me forget nil my toll." und his second llpliralni, saying, "God hath cmisisl me to be fruitful lu the land of my iillllctlonr (Verse 51. .VJ.i And ho was an Israelite' Oh, how the suggestions rrowd In concerning lilm to whom Nathaniel said. "Itnbbl. I lion art the Son of God, Thou art the King of Israel" (John I. 4!h Then bow wonderful that Joseph was Just thirty ears old! (Verse Id. Compare Hike III. -- I. l He was seventeen when hi brethren sold htm (xxxvll. I'l. so he had thirteen years of suffering, (tut he lived to ho III) tl. '.Hi. so he had eighty years of exaltation, long enough to forget a lot of hard things, What will an eternity of glory mean compared with our brief time of trial here? Some of MUs HiiIhtmIiou's typical suggestions on this chapter are his being raised up from the prison, tils being tilled with the Spirit, his depend ence upon God, his wisdom, his authority, every knee tinwlng to him: his glo,7. Ids friillfnliicss I Keel. Iv, 14: John v. in. '.tl; iv, ft: xll. 'J4; Arts II. til; i. .IS; Col. tl. :i: Phil, II. 10: Isa. Ii. d. 7: llll. II: lel. III. Hi Joseph alone had control of the coin, All had to go to him. and nil countries came (John vl, IS; II. Q; Amos (III. II; Isa. xllx, Gl. e The two, great principles of total abstinence and prohibition have Intely received wonderful Impetus the flrit In , latter being taken up by tho wings. I will be a feature of the structure CnflyrUht, till, hj tntarnatlnnal Ripoilttnn. of tho FESTIVAL HALL, where the conventions greatest world will be 380x200 feet, lth ranama-raclne will meet In 1915 at Washington, tho second In the passage by the last congress of tho bill of regulating Interstate shipment liquor. I the attitude ot the administration A or HOW MUCH 7 KRNTUCKV ASSOCIATION. NAMING THE BABY Give tho baby a namo suitable for being, and not for a mere Do plaything, a kitten or puppy. not treat the young Immortal as a Joko. No namo llko Haho or Uud or Pussy or Major will help tho boy or girl toward manhood or womanhood Thero arc tho good old Ulble names, and tho names of great men and wo men whom wo admire, and the names of our ancestors of whom we may bo proud. Such a namo may be a real gift, a truo (endowment to a baby at tho very start. a human j THE SALT OF THE EARTH woman is, environment, tho possessor source atonco so intelligent ablo that it behooves those " , "ine country uuiu ei of a reand cap- who ob- gift of a great The tweuty-Qftpreld.ut of the 1'nlted State nan a native of Nile, (X Somo of the best arguments against love for his fellows, a genius for symborn In 1A43. Mr. MrKlnley wni the twenty-fourtmini to hold the oflo the liquor traffic come directly from pathy and good cheer. By bis large but Is called the twenty-fiftbecause Sir. Cleveland, having bees) those engaged In tho business. If and noble nature be strengthens the elrvted the aecond time after im Interim, Is known i. the twenty an4 their minds could be read, It would president. McKlnley roue to the run1", of major In the civil war. be discovered that they rate their busispirits of meu and women and children twenty-fourtwho come (o lilm. He became a lawyer, served aeveral terms in congreas with cousplcuoua ability ness none too highly, snd would be Oe pays bis debt by' giving himself snd was elected governor of Ohio In 1891 and agsln In ISItt. He defeated glad to be out ot It were there no In service. William J. Bryan for the presidency In 1KM and HXM). PreaUient McKlnley financial reasons In Its favor. A Chit !. 1!X)1. waa asftaMlnated by Leon Czolgotz at Buffalo, N. Y How much do you owe? cago dentist, an ardent temperance You owe wbat you are able to do and worker, has among his customers the be. If you arc able to speak or to sing In reply to more livable, r want to know-- wife of a saloonkeeper. i little or to paint or to write or to build you query as to why she continued to how- many places the standard of his lnitn in lwtnr n rnrit In en In n must give to that one thing tbe best as ho gave he cross has been set up. What Is patronlte him, Inasmuch HAS FOR fish and she looks on nnni of these ' at ,s ,n J011 no custom to- - her husband, she said 'uccess. and what Is true success arc "b,c Tmpnthize and you things as an 'adventure' or a unique help, ou encourage It .must remajn.taie thjt "If you had patronized our saloon, , Forc.Y,ermir to and cheer, even In would not have seen me In your office experience, but simply as part of , a 8ma way yotJ owe your word man, cahnot nve oy again. a nation, like a My husband and I long ago ' much tho day's work. DEVIL WOULD TEACH THE DOC- -' bread alone. made up our minds never to employ "Because she lives with the actual- "en oecome so wrappea up in ma a doctor, lawyer, or dentist who used Where much is given much is re- TRINE THAT LIFE CAN BE BUS- - ' terlal things, the external, the visible our goods. When It comes to that kind itles of life, sho is not likely to put ' quired; where little U given that little TAINED IN ONLY ONE WAY. and the tangible, they seem to forget of service, we went clearheaded Is required. undue emphasis upon Its is a soul to save and a soul to Are you p.'iylng your debt? Comfort, neatness and cleanliness, T Is the time of the trlplo tempta there feed and that there Is such a thing aa tion in the wilderness. The con above style, are desired in her home. of life. Man needs fellowthe rOWER. vernation is between Christ and ship, bread Her table is supplied with palatable DEFEAT CAUSED BY DRINKING com 1 have learned that every appetite exgreat In goodness, the munlon.the Illble. the church, Satan. One and wholesome lood, neatly served. cept the appetite for duty muat be d great In evil device. Three Sho docs not worry about the lack of and enchained and clamped to the other Who Shall Grow? One Great Battle In American War for temptations are hurled In quick suc utmoat restriction tf you would have Union Caused by Officer ConWho Is It shall mount up on wings laco centerpieces, or monograuimed come to you. David Belasco. cession and as quickly parried and as eagles, shall run and not.be weary, fused by Liquor. linen, or tho position of the knives Mako bread from these Not long ago 1 stood on tbe banks of repulsed. and forks; she knows that If she is the Mississippi, near Keokuk, where stones. Cast thyself down from the shall walk and not faint? Who shall ' go gives tbe folIn grace? General O. O, comfortably dressed In neat, clean the giant dam, costing several million pinnacle ot the temple: worship the grow strength to Who la It will vic- lowing among Howard strength, from from other Instances of dedevil. Mark the audacity of Satan befitting the occupation In dollars, is being completed. clothes tory to victory, till one day they ap feat through drink In the American The work Is second only to that of be would attack the Son ot God, he pear before God? It Is that one;who war for the Union' "In one of our hand and suitable to the weather she ia truly a woman. She the Panama canal, and when tbe wa- would storm the citadel ot heaven. If has heard the words. "Man shall not great battles we suffered defeat, and many of ua have believed that the asks, 'Will it wear well?" when she ters are harnessed thousands of borse the devil would persistently attack live by bread alone." the wisest, noblest and best of earth, pathetic mistake which caused tbe defeat was Do you remember the goes to buy, and sho is a ver astute power will be utilized. Looking at tbe army of men, tbe think not you will be free. We hear storv of Erau. who, for one morsel of due to an excess ot whisky drunk by purchasing agent, keen at a bargain, him saying, "Make bread out of these meat sold his birthright? locogreat dredges and cranes and For you the officer In command. I had the tesknowing exactly wbat she wants and motives, and thinking of tbe the atones." expendiknow that afterward, when he would timony from an officer who was with what sho wants to pay for It. The devil would teach the doctrine have Inherited the blessing, he was re- him that pitchers of liquor were ture of money and labor und nervous "There is Just cne phrase that fits energy, one naturally asks. Why? that life can be sustained In only one jected: for he found no place of re- brought to his table, and that he and way': Ills program Is to eat and llvo; pentance, though he sought It careher 'salt of tho earth.' Let us by all Power! And what is ower? those around him drank as freely Nobody knows. The engineers know take plenty of bread and refuse to die. fully with tears. means put her in a class aiart and from them as If they contained only how to get it. but they do not know Fill the cupboard and the cribs; let yield her the respect due her." WoIs It possible to sell the spiritual The orders the commander the barns burst with the golden grain; birthright? Yes. How much does water.were the direct opposite from wbat It Is. gave man's Homo Companion. then boast thyself of tomorrow. Say Satan ever offer for It? Never more How do they get It? those he would have given bad he not By reMtrlctlug the flow ot tbe waters. to thyself: "Soul, thou hast much than a morsel of meat. It was all ho been suddenly confused by drtnk. A A SCHOOL SAVINGS BANK goods laid up for many years; eat, gave The electrical forces are generated by the mother of the human race heavy loss of men and material, and drink and be merry." That Is the desired, piling and 8he saw, The'most distinctive savings bank onto a up tbe waters free, pouring them devil's program. It Is Ingersol! say- In the garden.fell. What she she get a dreadful defeat for our cause, was dM turbine left the power she ate, sho the result." in tho world is not a national bank or ing, "One world at a time, one life at In return? A morsel of meat. a time." The man who listens to that a Bank of England, but a llttlo savevery age. Satan It so with humans. It So It has been in Protest That Counts. ings bank in one of tho public schools They get power only by restricting argument Is listening to materialism. .and the soul strike a bargain. It Is a great thing for the voter to With a quick flash came the words. A In Cincinnati.. Under the guidance of themselves. He who by "subdued, enfor the spiritual birthright? make his protest against the liquor Miss Salllo Webb, the teacher, over chained and clamped restrictions" lim- "Man shall not live by bread alone." mess of pottage, a morsel of meat or by hie. It Is not necessary that we live at nothing more. Man shall not live by traffic In prayer-meetina thousand little children are saving ' its himself, denies himself, becomes all; but, anyway, we are not confined manner of life, but If he would really powerful. bread alone. their small change which formerly tell the government, aa well as the to one method of subsistence. Only May the food we eat, the life we Lord and the people, that be wants was spent recklessly for sweets and i There Is no other way, way Is the successful In the most narrow and contracted receive, the strength we gain, cause the saloon closed, there Is but one The dlltlrult trinkets from venders who gather in way You pay tbe price of selfhood by sense do we live simply because we those who come after ua to say, as baked a loaf and ate It, but because they see the work we did, "There method by which he can be recogfront of the school building and reap denying elf. nised; but Just one law under which Ood wills that wo live. a harvest ot small coins from the were giants In those daya." Ilev, his opinion can declare Itself, and If utily tbe young could see this! Is Darn Too Large? children. They want the easy way. They Walter L. Ferris, Congregational his conviction make Itself felt, and Hut thla is evidently a blow at ma church, Pekfn, 111. This plan of allowing tho children I'licKiKe t tit line of leust resistance bethat law and method are fulfilled to deposit their small change In this cause they shrink from the pang of terlallsm. We hear much these later when he drops Into a box a ballot that days as to our accomplishments. So Faithfulness. They want ease and lu Little unique savings bank was tried out In self calls for prohibition. Frances E3. Wilmany farms tilled and landa opened Many of us are not called to do ls rd. ono of tbe grades last winter, and it dulgence and latitude and the sun- up; so many millions of bushels of great things for God. but alt are called proved so successful that tho sav- shine wuy. wheat and corn; so many bales of to llttlo faithfulnesses wrought out Is worth while which I Only ( ings bank was formally opened to the bard to that cotton; so many miles of railroad In the common tasks at hand. A beaBest Strike. get. , wholo school at the beginning of the When some ioor youth struggles up built, and so many ships set afloat on con light of hope to the humble soul Many and urgent are the quastlona high seas. This may be Interest faithful over the lowliest tasks done present school term. The first week ward to sun-eswe are surprised, when the that the working men and women of Is the great lesson brought In over 4160 to the credit of as s mutter of fact we should expect ing from the point ot statistics. Uut as unto the today must help to decide. Dut whatthe scholars, and two assistants had IL Having hjs way to make, tbe oor is this all? Can we see no farther of Christ's parable of the talents. As ever may be aald of methods In genthan granary and crib? Is the. barn some one has said, we can be glad God eral and of apeclal methods to bo called upon to help take caro youth restricts every appetite but that so large we cannot see tbe sky? as did not say! "Good and successful strikes In particular, as of duty, uud be develop wwer. char temperof the many deposits. Tell me, rather, how many churches servant," for some of the most faith- ance woman I am 'confidenta that Tho children make the deposits be- scter. success. have been built for man shall not ful have been failures from a world- best strike Is to strike against the Do you want power? fore school, at noon and alter school. live by bread alone. Tell me bow ly standpoint. In the truest sense, saloon and then to strike against the It taunt come through hardship and all So eagw are tho depositors to place self denial, by subduing unwholesome many souls this year of our Lord have plain faltlifulncs Is the highest suc-ce-s. politicians and parties that do wrong It wins God's approval and to the worklngman. their coins la saving that a long line appetites, by restricting yourself to decided to make heaven their home; Those are the how many young men and women there are no limits to his power to two strikes always forms right after school is dis your one chosen Held of endeavor. that will pay Frances R. I have gone out from halls of learning use that gives absolutely faithful Wlllsrd Power nitiies by restraint missed. Several of tho older scholars .world to JisJp makeJhJiJiredj i men-folk- serve it to admire. She can hitch the torso to tho buggy, and drive him, too; sho can round up the cows that have broken thru tho pasture fencs, and mend the fence; she can put out tho flro in tho chimney when the s are far afield; she can adtreatment of the minister first-ai- d very best to bad burns or cuts or broken arms; as well as such minor ills as hcrnct stings, chilblains and jstono bruises; she Is apt to be a pretty shrewd Judge of cattle; sho can make and mend her own and her children's clothes; she knows how to euro meat, to shoot a marauding hawk, to prune a roesbush, to make What do you owe jour world? Certainly you owe as much as has been given you. If not more. If tho world has given you mucbyou owe much, if Httlo you owo that little. Nature has endowed you with some gift or grace or talent. You were given your to lent to serve your day and generation. To Illustrate: Edison was born with a genius for Invention. Think you that genius wns given him for selfish uses, merely to make money? Certainly not. Primarily Edison invents for the social benefit of this world. Incidentally bo makes money. Hut bis best reward comes In other ways than money, It comes In The Joy of Invention. In the satisfaction of doing a social service. And in the esteem and favor of those whom be serves. O- rA woman like Melba or Nordlca Is born with n gift of song. She cult! Tnrpn her rntp nm! (lollphfa mat nil uencea and Wlns But her fortune. best reward Is In the delight of the song itself. In the pleasure she gives, in tbe appreciation of her public. She Is paying her debt Tbe composer of a sweet song, the painter of a great picture, tbe archl tect of a One temple, the publicist who serves tbe public money to these Is the least of tbclr reward. Is born with the breadth of 280 feet, the When a few da) a after March 4 the vast auditorium with a huge stage morning papers reported that this was to be a "white ribbon administration" there was great rejoicing among tho temperance forces, and from National W C. t, U. headquarters tho follow Ing message was promptly sent otcr the wires: Mrs, Woodrow Wllaon, the White House, Washington, I). C.:Wo are Inexpressibly glad for the noble decision made by the Wilton administration In of wines and regard to the non-us- ' BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBVVaaaibN wSaVjMBaaaaaaaaV . i I iaBSaali WILLIAM h liquors. The beneficent example, safe for all to follow, will bless numberless lives and brighten countless homes. A In comhalf million mon with other millions Interested In humanity's weal, are wafting you to-day their heartfelt thanks. LILLIAN M. N. STEVENS, President National Woman'a Christian Temperance Cnlon. The temperance principles of Secre tary and Mrs. Ilryan are well known, and It Is said that most of the cabinet members are total abstainers. Mra. Champ Clark, leader of the congressional set, at her entertainments serves nothing stronger than fruit punches and lemonade. "The banishment of wlnea from the tables of the first ladlea of the land Is," commented tho Chicago Tribune, "one of the most striking social changes under tbe new- administration " "Likely to become a popular fad," said another paper. whlte-rlbboner- s, - BAR THEIR OWN CUSTOMERS M'KINLEC. Liquor Dealera Won't Patronise Professional Men Who Drink Want Individuals. Clear-Headed h nt h S.-p- - I PRICE SIN tm , 'I sub-due- sue-cc- well-dress- How-muc- . sai-rlllc- s Ird sin-sic- May 8, 1913 THE CITIZEN. Page llirctf. TRAIN YOUR BOYS AND GIRLS RIGHT Don't Lit Them Waste Time WRECK OF THE 10:10 BY HAROLD CARTER. It was a alack evening In the office, I remember, and a group of us were sitting; chatting around the reporters' on Useless Studies, table farthest from Dunning, the night editor, who had looked around rather frownlngly once or twice, as If the WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT? conversation disturbed htm. Ilroad's fiancee was to arrive that evening on thn 10:10 from Washington, and Proud, who had been celeA Bo Trained For a Profusion l Not brating In honor of tho event, was Apt to Bs Contantad or 8uccaaaful telling us all the details of their Farmar Yat Agriculture it t quarrel and reconciliation. Quit at Important at tho Claaales ot "Shhl" said somo one; and Just tha "Ltarntd" Profeatlona. then a boy entered with a lata edition of tho "Planet' wet from tho Could vim In rear n fiut' trot-- press, and handed It to Dunning. tliiR boric or a um1 Meady fiirui Mi"Mr. Ilroadl" he said sharply, and lium! If you tin twaKt lu tlx early youth to n in ti wlin trained n Malilefuli then, changing his mind, left his seat niul hurried toward us. "Mr. Ilroad, of fancy cuddle xloekY Can you ex- I want you to go out to Crayflcld Inpect your I my to ko throtiKh th' nrill-- j stantly, Tho from Waalilngton unry ritml IiIkIi whool iiml lino him hae been wrecked outside tho station. "May hitched" nu the farm? These Hurry, and telephone all tho news. propositions arc Itcntliiil. The nvor-- i And say, try to get a list of tho dead." age county IiIkIi school hold up Ideals. "My Oodl" and nut teaches tophi tint will necessarily down Into his said Ilroad, burled Bank seat. Ho his lead the Isiy In IkIi fur n city career In face. In his hands and his shoulders tin' learned professions, wo called, shook convulsively. exHomebody Arc you ami J to blame? Of courau plained thn altuatlon tn a few words, art-- . It In 'only necesMiry for tho and Dunnlng's face took on an expresBiri-nt- , tin- - taxpayer, the everyday sion of Intenao sympathy. He placed Tolks whii hi'ld tin' purse strliiKN tunny: one arm about Ilroad's shoulders and "Here, we have hud enough of nn edti drew htm to his feet. uM Unit It In musty; cation that Ik "Too bad, old he an education that Is all book, (live I guess you'll be man," now said. "Hut crary unless you Dint tits get our chllilruu an education to Crayflrld as soon as possible, I at home." them for lift' so perhaps It would be tho kindest i that Mill fit peo- thing to let you cover tho aaalgnmcnt." This new ple for lift- - Is tiiiiiliitf, but It Is coinlnc. "Yes, I'M go," cried Hroad. pulling too slowly in ilit- - romitry. Our very himself together. boat young IiIihmI In Mug siphoned out; Then, one after another, he detailed of the country unit Into the city. tin tint utssl this tint! new Mood; us; one to tho railroad offices, another to the president's house, another to tho ronitry does, his club. It la quite easy to nay that the cry, catch tho general manager at aaalgncd I was among the fuw not I rlnlntr, "Hack to tho farm." Hut It and, retreating to my desk, waited. la not nt all easy for the city man to' Wo did not like to think about the (to In fact, the city man, tho man tired slid turn In a his city, rati hardly go subject. It was too ghastly for conhack to tin soil with any degree of certainty that lit- - 'will succeed. Ho lurks tin- - technical part of farm work tlint come through tlally roiitnct with live, growing things, that contact Iniy haw hml allien which tin- to notice, things. the day he llrst mi'iii at ull too If these Mlalfiin-ilstrong simply pick up tho Kentucky Educational Directory of Utl'J. Turn to the list of inmity IiIkIi schools on page .14 ami run through them. Out; of nbout IS" approved IiIkIi schools HI are clalcal or KiiKllah IiIkIi schools are scientific high and only thirty-Ms- . Continued Attack on Railroads Disrupting America's SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Berea's Vocational Schools Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined with general education. FOR YOUNO MRN Agriculture, Carpentry Printing, Commercial. FOR. YOUNO LADIES HomoSclence, Drostmaklng, Cooking, Nura-Ing- , Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Power By President ARTHUR T. IIADLEY Yale University Oenoral Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with ome vocational training. No matter what your prcient advancement, we can put you with others llko yourself and give chance for most rapid progress. 3rd Door of etfl Berea's General Academy Course 1 M-- 11 10-1- CUE not nltercil. I nm American nntiott may LOSE ITS GREATNESS if tho shown by recent unreasonable attacks on railroads For thou who are not expecting to teaih and who are not going through College, but deslro more general education. This Is Just tha thing for thoso preparing for medical studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives tho best general education for those who wish a good start In study and expect to carry It on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School expeet to teach. teacli through the winter and spring, course of study. District School." a" afraid that neither tho public nor tho government is awoke to tho real state of thing. In our endeavors to control porntions wo TOO OFTEN TRY TO LESSEN' THEIR EFFICIENCY INSTEAD OF INCREASING IT. Wo nro appalled by ono railroad accident, and wo suggest that every ongino should have two engineers instead of one. A fast train runs off tho track, and n government officer suggests that people ought not to want to travel so fast. IF THESE VIEWS PREVAIL THE DAYS OF AMERICAN GREATNESS ARE DONE. A PEOPLE THAT BELIEVES IN DIVIDFD SPONSIBILITY AND WA8TE OF TIME HAS NO FUTURE. THERE IB COMPETITION DETWEEN NATIONS, WHETHER THERE BE COMPE-TITIOWITHIN THE NATION8 OR NOT. IF WE ARE CONTENT TO TAKE THINGS EASILY, GERMANY WILL BE ONLY TOO QLAD TO GET AHEAD OF US. N Tola give the very best training for thoso who Courses are so arranged that young people can summer and fall and attend school through the thus cajnlng money to keep right on In their Read Dlnsmore'o great boo;, "How to Teach a 5th Door This Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College and provides Is tho straight road to College best training In MathematSciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy Is now Berea's largest department. ics la-r- iiltu-atiut- 6th Door This Is tho crown of the whole Institution, courses In all advanced subjects. standard Tlii-citie- s Questions Answered BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with Its affiliated schorls, Is not a money-makin- g Institution. It requires certain fees, but It expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as porslblo for students to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students coma 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 What is to bo dono in tho face of this state of things? In tho first placo, wo must CONTINUE TO REWARD THE EFFICIENT MAN. Tho fact that competition will no longer do this automatically must make us all, as part of our public duty, lend a hand to tho men who aro getting things done. Wo shall deal with tho problems of corporato regulation and with tho abuses of corporate management moro effectively if we are willing to apprcciato efficient service. Wo must develop a system of FIRST CLASS TECHNICAL TRAINING AT LOW PRICES, like that which has boon so successful in Germany. The great obstaclo to good technical training in the United States in the pnst has been tho idea that public schools charge. ln-u- ought to lw free. to Now TbfTT wali 'ditched on" t Be "far side of CrayHeld at 10:02." I wrote. "A broken rail la believed to have been the causo of the accident The engine and the first three cars plunged down schoila. Juat wi I'ihk as our country boys are' pushed throuuh school that are classical In their tendencies Just bo Inns., will our rural imputation drift city) ward, for their education tin devrt-- j opol them must carefully for that life. IK YOUR HOY IS TO FARM TRAIN HIM TOR A FAHMKIt. IP YOHt ItOY IS TO UK A run- rKSS.O.NAI. ,M.. THAl.N Itl.M I! I THAT DlltKCrtON THIS 18507 U50T IS 1913. Would you plant and harvaat aa in "Ysa, I'll Go." SO free-handeI I I Would you light your houaa aa In Tersatlon. There was nobody but liked Ilroad, big, generous-hearted- , Would you cook ovar tha firs aa in s 1850? of an hour elapsed. "muni loadar" as Dunning sat stiffly at his desk, writWould you In 18507 ing lndefatlgably, glancing over flimWould you bratd raiorbaeka aa in sies and casting copy aside. His face I 18507 If eterythliiK on your farm anil In was blanched; the situation seemed your home hear the mark of 1013 why. to have affected him as much as any will you Inxlftt upon a that was of us. Once In a while the telephone would ring, but It was alwaya local planned In ISM)? a report from somo of the If your children are to live and earn( newa or assignment. Thero was no a llvlnc lu inn would It not le bettor men on word from Ilroad. to Klve them a illl". education Three-quarter- uf J i I "If she's among them," began Kemp and wo knew he meant the dead "Ilroad won't telephone." "O yes, he will," I answered confidently; and at that moment the telephone rang so sharply that somehow I knew It was Ilroad calling from Cray-fielDunning took up the receiver and held It to his ear a moment. Then he called me. "It's Ilroad," ho said. "He's calling and says he has a good story. Don't go Into a booth; take It down hero. I've told him to go slow. And say," he added, "don't let blm get away without giving you the list ot the casualties." I took up the receiver and at the first sound I knew that Miss Phayro was safe. "How la shel" I called. "Fine," an-- i swered Ilroad's voice. I thought there waa the suspicion ot u sob In It. "Are you ready? O, Miss I'hayre? Just a trivial Injury, thanks, old man. Tho Tlanet' story was Incorrect Now then." I began taking down the story, while Dunning looked over my shoulder. "The 10:10 train from. Washington man who" Suddenly Dunning pitched over and fell to the ground. He had fainted. Kemp ran to raise him, and, temporarily diverted from the telephone by the occurrence, I found myself glancing at the copy of the "Planet" In Dunnlng's drawer of his desk. On the page facing me I read, among half-opene- an embankment; the remaining cars left the metals, but did not overturn. The passengers all e3caped with minor Injuries except one unidentified the list of the dead: ton." cCopyrlnlit. 1911. "Mrs. George Dunning of Washingby W. a. Chapman.) All except those with parents In Berea live lu College buildings, am many assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and (ratting 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 expn. ses. Write to tha Secretary before coming; to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the best, but as students must attend clas ses regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary article at cost. LIVING EXPENSES 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 trashing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, (1.35 a week. In the tall, and $1.60 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and !s returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction is a fre gift). The Incidental Fae for most students Is $5.00 a term; In Academy and Normal JC.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 ure as follows: SPRING TERM Incidental Fes $ 6.00 .. .. $ 6.00 $ 7.90 Room Board Tho great German gun kings, the Krupps, have tnado commercialized warfare a moro Important consideration than dollar diplomacy. , 4.00 5 weeks (.76 5.00 1.75 17.75 6.00 S.76 18.75 Amount due March 26, 1913 Board 5 weeks due Apr. 30, 1913 . .... 15.75 (.76 2S.6O (.75 24.60 (.75 25.50 BY ALL MEANS. Superintendent Marker hai the right Idea, lie promises to establish an agricultural cntirHo tn the Went Liberty aVIgh M'h'xil. That should have been Buie nt the oiitxet. Wouder If there' Ue nny who are no shortsighted as to opiio.se? We Iioh not. An awful howl BICKNELL (& Number I. HARRIS, Real Estate Agents Room Board Total for term If paid in advance., $22.00 FALL TKRM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION HCIIOOLS $24.00 ACADEMY ANI NORMAL $ (.00 $25.00 BEREA, KENTUCKY A FEW OF THE BARGAINS WE ARE OFFERING Five room residence on Jackson Bcren, Ky. Has bath and water in house. Incidental Fee 7 $ 6.00 5.6O ber. Sandy loam, clear of stones and lays rolling. Thirty acres in grass, forty in wheat, sixty acres Strtet, would be raised If moiiio one should propose to take history , crauunar or. This is a rial nice and convenient home on cne fresh cleared, has been cultivated only two years. civics out of the curriculum. AgriculFour room tenement house with barns, one new ture l Just at liiiimrtant as either of of the best streets in town, lias concrete walk in framed, nine room resident building, ceiled and I.lekliiK Valley front, also concrete walk in rrar to liatn. This papered. This farm will cost you $20.00 per acre. properly would be cheap at $2, coo but we nuan Number 7. We also have residence property to sell it. Give us an offer. and building lots in the beautiful College town, Number 2. One large two ttoiy conciete stole $500 IN GOLD FOR PRIZES lierea, Ky., for sale on reasonable terms and IN CORN AND TOMATO house in the best business part of Hercn, almost prices. GROWING. new, cost over $2500. Owner says it must sell as Number 8. lilue grass farm, in Clark Co., thirhe is making a change in business. Now you, TWO CAPITAL Pltl.KS OF teen miles south of Lexington, containing. 107 Mr. Man, who have been looking for it chance lo j2.vi in (loi.D k.u'h aim: hy mu, j. h. mtku-haown one of the best business plnces in Ky. strike acres, well fenced, lays almost in a square, pike vou hows and g1hi.s running thru farm. Residence and all necessary while the iron is hot, this fine building only fi8cowho aim: mkxihkhs of buildings in good repair, and as good blue grass cu'hs wohking in kbn. Number 3. Almost new, two story ivmii iccni land as there js in Clark Co. This farm can be TUOKV. IT IS H01'i:i THAT house on Hoone St., nettr Chestnut St., cn the hill. had now for i 100.00 per acre. This is a great TIIKSU TWO IU'(1H PHI.KS Good garden anil barn, some ftuit and a large ciswii.i. cAi si: Tin: young- bargain. Write to us at once. PL'SII TO 8TKKS Til Kill tern. This is one of the most dcsitablt- cn cs in oitops to Tin: limit. Number 9. We have some very tine boundaries Herea. Can be bought for f2 100011 goodteims. Till: HOYS' COILS' CLUH of white oak, chestnut oak, poplar and other kinds hoy who is champion Number 4. Nearly two acres of land, good four of timber for sale. If interested write us. foh thi: statu and room cottage and bam on Chestnut St., just out ghows moui: THAN wo Number 10. The best farm anywhere near lierea. Ht'SIIi:i.S OF COHN ON IILS side of city limits. .No Town Tax to pay. A achi: WILL HKCI'.IVi: $uso Just outside of corporation, containing 100 acies, great bargain at 1350. IN GOI.Ih all newly fenced, and in four fields, wattr in inch Tin: GiitL who i:xci:i.s Number 5. One two story (rame business house field. All kinds of fruit, best farm house in the IN 11 Kit TOMATO CANNING on Main Street, Russell Springs, Russell Co., Ky. country, goodlarn and out buildings. This farm OTHF.lt ALL Till: OVKIt gihls in Tin: ci.un womc Worth 1,400.00. Good terms. can now be had for 125.00 per acre. IN Till: STATIC AND UANH hiH) QUAHTS WILL OVUK Number 6. Farm laying two and one half miles If you are in the market for anything in our line, U50 IN GOLD. from Russell Springs, Russell Co., Ky., containing write us what you want, and we will try to please you. 450 acres, 300 cleared and under fence, rest in tim these.-IMiloiliil of-fi:hi- :d weeks 10, 1913 .. .. Oct. 29, 1913 9.45 $20.05 9.43 $29.50 7.00 9.45 $22.45 9.43 $31.90 COLLKOC $ 7.00 7.0") . 0.4". $211.45 Amount duo Sept. Board 7 wooks.duo 9.13 $32.90 Total for term If paid In advance $29.00 $3I.40 $32.40 n - - I This does not Include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Fall Winttr Total Sfrig $12.00 $10.00 $38.00 Stenography and Typewriting .. ..$14.00 12.00 10.00 38.00 Bookkeeping (regular courae) .. .. 14.00 5 .00 7.00 6.00 13.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) Business course studies for students In other departments: 27.00 9.00 7.60 10.50 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 1S.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 of Instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. (.(C 1X0 1.80 Arlth., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 In no case wli; special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea It there Is the will to do so. It 1 a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time in tha publls schools going over and over the same things, when they might be Improving much faster by coming to Borea and starting In on new studies with some of the beat young men and women from other counties and states, Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing; that they are above 15 years old, in good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea studsnt or some reliable teacher or neigh bor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Spring Torm opened Wednesday, March 2Cth. HURRY. For InfomaUo or friendly advlec write to tho Secretary, able-bodi- ed D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. I Pace Four. THE CITIZEN. May 8, 191,; (TTST wTirforc'e t fid" IdamnorcnAhU ' lo . abandon trade nnd competo with you. la In tho end your own condition forced Into more limited opportuni- talned by Mr. Church, and Mr. Thom- last Monday night. The guests en OOOOQOOOOOOOOOOO I son, and Miss Kills. joyed a two hours entertainment In Mrs. D. Walter Morton was visit il the form of a "Dcostrick Schulo" 0 the latter part of last week by her tnught by Mrs, Marsh who ruled o mother, brother, and nephew. with a largo hickory Btick. 0 mother and nephew are remaining, Ono of Uio most enjoyable features o NfcWS OF BKREA, AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A tho latter having entered school at of tho evening was tho vocal selecVARIETY OF SOUR-E- S Berea. tions given by tho Imrlo Brother. Tho Y. M. C. A. held their Sunday Refreshments wero served after night meeting out of doors last weel,, which tho guests departed .declaring ' PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS Just arrived, a car load of the Prof. Rumold speaking on China. tho cronlng most enjoyable. Mrs. Frost and Miss Bowersox left, latest Improved farm machinery, such Community of Fellow AtiltUneo ac drills, harrows, planters, cultivat- Monday morning, for NormaC 111., KIN6ST0N NEWS to Octt Intsrtita of ; ors and plows of the James Oliver where they will visit tho bcIiooIb. Town or City. Kingston, May 3. Mrs. M. Flanery President KYust entertained tlu was called to Beattyville, Wednesday, I and the J. Q. Case brands at Chris-man'CITY IMIONK IrtS (ad.) teacher of tho agricultural departThere Is a disposition of the Amer& Trust Co. to seo her mother, Mrs. Eager, who Office over Berea Bank Saturday night lr very III. ican to disregard many of the usual Mr. II. K. Kcllch attended the re- ment at his houso-lcs- t cent C. B. Convention at Jit. Sterling. In order to mm Mr. and Mrs. N. W. j Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hoen spent Sat- things that make for good followshlp There aro a great many men and DAN H. BRECK Mr. D?n McGulrc, who was called to McLaln of Hinsdale, 111. urday and Sunday with Uie latter's ' women who profess and doubtless Plans are in progress for a new brother, A. P. Settle, day?, returned to Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock Lexington for a few at Big Hill. feel warmly for tho success and welcement walk six feet wide to belaid ' Mr. and Mrs. school, Monday. neighbor, but Jchn Howard are re- fare of his congenial INSURANCE Mrs. Jim Pauley, a former resident from tho frout door of the chnol to joicing over tho arrival of a girl. who commonly overlook frequent opWill ilgn your bond. visit Lincoln Hall. of Berea, now of Mlddletown, O., I Mrs. Maggie Golden of sjient portunities to do tho neighbor a good Richmond, Ky. ed a few days last week with old Tho moving trucks from the Elec- tho first of the jvr ek with BereabrothT, turn In a business wny. Pbone 505 her tric Wheel Company of Qulncy, 111., Richard Golden nnd family. One citizen whoso friend is In a dlf I friends. profession or tmdn Mr. Krank Jones is having his house havo been received. 'This will enabl' North Bound, Local Mr. Chos. Powill made n business fcrent business occasions, will carelessly let pas " tho coilego to movo small wood 'ti trip I 7:00 a. m. 10:66 p. in. on ParKway St. repainted. KnoiTllle to Richmond, Friday. when a kind word of recommendation a. m. Portor-Moor- o Drug Co. Is In- buildings with much less trouble. :5I 1:07 p. m Tho BURBA Mr. S. A. D. Jones of Richmond was would get him a Job, or make him a A farowell reception was held at In 7:46 am. stalling a new soda fountain. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati this vicinity, this week, rnnvnsslng client or secure him a trade, or win Mr. .Too Coyle U visiting Mr. and Boono Tavern, Monday, for Mrs. MuI htm a, customer. South Bound, Local for county attorney. p. m. Mrs. J. M. Coylo this week. He ex- llen, Mrs. DeGroot. and Miss Orr. 8:15 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati Mr. I.c Peters made a business ' In fart, distant competitors of this Miss Edith D. Tranter of Cincinnati, trip 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. pects to tako In the Union and II. K. neighbor or friend will get a boost and BEREA to Berea, Saturday. O., Is holding an exhibit in Lincoln Many a 7:00 p. m. 5:60 a. n. debate whllo here. Knoxville Mr. Ed Fownr nnd Mr. McD.mlett tho neighbor be forgotten. doctor has lost a prescription fee, and Express Train. Mrs. J. M. Coyle has been sick for Hall this week representing the Ameri- of Itorca nrc building John Powell' a lawyer a client, and a mechanic a can Book Company. She has n fine rhlmney No. 32 will stop at Berea to Uko some days. . this week. contract, and n clerk a position, and display of text books. O., RichGrass seeds, plow, and wire fence on passengers for Dayton,. Miss L)dla Young, who Is attending many merchants paying customer, (ad) mond, Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Colum- at Welch's. Tho girls of tho College Department school In Berea, spent a few day because their social nelghluirs or Mrs. Thos. Iogsdon visitand points beyond. Mr. and bus, O., spread supper for all the members of with her parent at this place. friends forgot lo p'nk a business South Bound. ed J. M. Coyle, Saturday and Sun- tho College Dining Hall at Van Winkle Mr. C. F. Parks made n business recommendation. 8:00 a. m. day, while Mrs. Coyle visited rela- Grovo last Saturday night. Cincinnati The writer, nay the Houston Labor trip to Berea. Saturday. f 11:65 a. m. Journal, has heard It said that social tives and friends at Urassfleld. BEREA Miss Alberta Norvell sent Sundny friendships aro more oxpenslrn than Dr. Botkln, wife and Mr. Felix No. 33 will stop to take on pasSILVER CREEK ITEMS profltablo. If true It Is a moral and sengers for Atlanta and points ba- -, Estrldgo and daughter, Ada, in Dr. and Monday at her home near Whit s School economical wrong Tho Silver Creek Sunday Botkln's new machine left Berea at Station. ond. This quality of neglect has mads a Next Sunday night the Christian will give an all day meeting nt the 7 a. ni., Sunday North Bound end motored to struggle for existence 4:45 p. m. Camp Dick I'alnt Lick, Lam aster, BEREA and tired callousness in the conflict S:50 p. m. Robinson, Bryantsvllle and Shaker-towCincinnati of human affairs. Tho same prinwhere they took dinner with and ciple of mistaken selfishness neighborly Indifference has been feed- at Chrlsman's (ad. I C. A. Kstridge. They returned by way Krazlcr carts Ing the growth of that unpatriotic cf Harrodsburg. Danville, Camp NelMiss Hilda Welch with her Sunday son spirit, which patronizes the mull order and Lancaster, arriving In Kospent a very pleasant School class system. The system which If on rea at 7 p. m. by practise and by legls. afternoon, Monday of this week, Miss Effio Ustridge entertalnul latlon, will lead to tho closing up of tho Welch Knob. quite a number cf young folks Tuesmany local stores. Mr. J. W. VanWlnklo of Mt. Vernon day evening, April 29th, her birthTo send off for your most valuable In"" town at tho first of the week. was day. Many interesting games were articles of mertuudiso to "big mall largo delegation from tho played, refreshments served and a Quito a s order factorleH," perhaps whose Is financed by a group of caplChristian Endeavor Society of this most delightful tvcnlng reported by tallsts who are silently building up a place attended tho State convention those present. great syndicate or trust to destroy the held at Mt. Storting from Friday unOld Hickory and Studebaker bug local merchants, the local middle men. til Monday. gies, better and cheaper than ever Is to create In the end In this country Special fertilizer for oats and grass, at Chrlsman's. Notes with security a condition where there will be no corn, tobacco or truck gardens at accepted. tad.) competition In prices. At tho satna (ad.) Chrlsman's. Une John Welch sold a fine young jersey r a re .creating a si tuition H. Gabbard underwent a cow Mrs. B. last week for $t0. surgical operation last week at the Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Baker are re- ana Gibson Infirmary In Richmond ijolclng over tho arrival of a baby FOR SALE is reported as doing very nicely. girl at their home on Boone St , delight-full- y Tho Senior Class were most Ono tract of land, set en acres, on Thursday, April IMth. entertained at supper, Monday east side of railroad In Conway, Ky. Mrs. W. C. Holder and baby of evening, at the hospitable home of London, One good eight room dwelling built have been visiting with her Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Taylor. on modern style, known as the Hart parents, Mr. and .Mrs. James Early (cr Keep your oye open for bis several days, property; finished In good stylo with (ad) "Buggy Day" at Welch's summer kitchen, good well, good barn, T)nr1nlnli Lt Inct Thnrt.i1nv fnP good garden, good store Iiouh", Word has been received from Dallas , mc hj vWt for On feet, and other out buildings. Texas, cf tho arrival of a HtUo son t(mo Wg fftlhw He wl thci good four room cottage as guod ms at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kumm new, wdl finished, about fifteen young Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis are remcmbtr Mf U(, A fruit trees. I will sell for 3,r,0 on ed by hoUs of Berea people who re- Qf r easy terms. For particulars call mi joleo with them In their happiness. MonHv or address me at Conway, Ky., or V. No other concern dares to give a J. C. Gentry and Claude Lunsford S. Wyatt, Berea, Ky. guarantee like Welch's. Why? Be- from Hamlltcn, O., were In Berea, (ad) W. M. Hayes. cause they haven't got the qQality. Sunday. 'Endeavor of Uw Union Church will Sliver Creek Baptist church, .May IStli, (ad) ' Mr. Murray Smith of Richmond H havo an Echo meeting of tho Conven- Dinner will bo served on the ground, Mr. Charles Coylo of Mitchell, Ind., spending a few days 7,098 GHILDREN IN MADISON being cordially Invited, at Boone Tavrrn tlon held at Jit. Sterling last week, everybody la spending several days In Berea for a quiet rest. Evorybody come. and requested to bring a basket of j COUNTY with rclatlveo. George Reynolds, who left a shoit The Vocational Seniors enjoyed a dinner. Mrs. J. Andrew Sharp aud children There wero 7,0'JS children of school time ago tb take charge of a farm days outing last Saturday at Anglln Come and enjov the following pro-- 1 of Raleigh, W. Va., camo last Friday near Louisville, age In tho last census of Madlaou has returned to Be- - Falls. Tho day proved ideal for n gram. to visit with relatives In Berea. County, It Is of vital l:niortauce to rca on account of the Illness' of his 'picnic end every member of the class 9:45 A. M. Tho Metsrs. W. B. Harris and J. J'. wife. each ono of these who shall be Counshowed the picnic spirit. The day will Devotion P. C. Wilson. BIcknell, returned, Monday, from a ty Superintendent for the next four The Ladles Aid of tho M. E. long be remembered by the class as Recitation Clyde Lewis. trip to Russel Springs. years. Prof. Harvey H. Brock, wha Church arc prepared to supply lunch- - ono of tho most enjoyablo days In It looks like everybody Is going to es to any and all picnic parties, and their Senior yea- -. The party wascon- - Recitation Mary Dooley. Anibr(s , is a candidate for this office, has had Special Music The Misses (ad) Welch's. years of oxporlenco In both County a telephone message to Mrs. J. K. ducted by Prof, and Mrs. Marsh. Pitts and Pohl. t and HUh School work. His exiierl-euc- o Miss Lou Phillips spent from Satur- Gott will secure the Information d.'slr-eMrs. Dlnsmoro has been engaged lo Recitation McCoy Franklin. day until Monday visiting friends in Is ripe to tao bold of uny pirns-- of teach English and literature at tho I Recitation John Jones. Berea. tho work. (ad). Wisconsin Summer School at Oskosh Sunday School Work Dlscutwd Miss Nannie Robinson who has been COLLEGE ITEMS this Bummer. Oscar Wilson. in Raleigh, W. Va., for some time, Speclnl Music Tho .MSiS Ambros, VlHtT QHfc DOLLIVR. Mr, Henry Llchtwardt of the Col- Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, tho Evan i3 visiting in Berea with her mother Pitts and Pohl. eeliKt. whose thm- - cre.it .lavs In He- - 'lego Dept. undorwent an operation, nnd sisters. Mountain Problems John t'lnnlv,vl at 'rca aro remembered by all who were (Saturday, at tho College Hospital. He Tho 3rd aunual "Buggy Day' Reading I. O. Bowman. Welch's, soon. Don't miss it. (adj jboro at tho time, ban recently snt will be able to bo In school again Solo Miss Ella Pohl. Miss Jcnnlo Baker was In town, Sat-- j his friendly greetings to the College aeon. Opportunities for Making a Good urday. from Duncdln, New Zeland, where he Mr. Blake Gross Is Just recovering t Life Lloyd Hampton. Mrs. Johnson, mother of Mrs. Na- lc carrying on protracted meetings. from- - an attack of typhoid fever. Mrs, Howard conducted a Welch, Is In a very feeble statu - j Look and Live Robert F. Spcnce. than Dr. and Mr. ami Mrs. Mullet loft for Mndl2:00 V. M. . of heal tli. party of Normal students to Uncle son, Ohio, yesterday. Mr. Mullet has ' Dovotion McCoy Franklin. . by Tom's 'Cabin, Monday afternoon. Tho been Supt. of tho Garden 16 per cent fertilizer Is known for Srcc!al Music even body. Sold at Welch's, (ad) day was nil that could have been cx- the pan three ears. They will oo ' Parablo of the Good Samaritan Dr. P. Cornellus'has Just completed jpected, and a most pleasant time was mtsBed by their many friends. Marlon Roed. nice woodeu business block on reported. h Mr. Oscar Wyatt who underwent an Solo Miss LUllau Arubros". Short St near his home at the corn- Tho usual Tuesday program of operation for appendicitis, April 2Uh, Fills 2 Baskets er of Shut and Center Sts, divided cbapel was omitted aud dJ- - Is almost well and plans to go home j Lecture L. F. Flclden. Five cars of fertilizer now on sale a j partment chapel was held Instead, this week. Quality and Weight MR. JONN L, JONES being (ad.) eeveral of tho departments Chrlsman's. Miss Blanche Nlcclla who was opor-nte- d are found in every article purchased with lectures. Dr. Ratno spoke favored on for appendicitis, tho 2Sth of Mr. John L. Jones died at the home to the college students on "Nov?l April, Is getting along romarkubly o( bis sister, Mrs. Hawkins, at Blue hnnt. In It nnv ivnnilor tlmt u Imu.. Reading." Dr. Roberts spoko to tho well. Sho plans to be In school In a Lick, such a hi"; trade? We wuut yours, last week. Normals on "Great Educatoru I havo few days. Mr. Jones returned to this county, at ths Known." Messrs. Durham and Spcnce, while after nn absence of forty years, last Tho Foronslo Literary Sockty was Palace Market, at Loulavlllo attending tho Kentucky fall. He was born In Virginia nnd presented with their charter at their years of age. Teachers' Association, last week, vis- was fifty-nin- e and regular mooting last Saturday night ited In SImpsonvIlle, Friday morning. Funeral servlcou wero conducted by Proaldent Frost, who gave a pleasU. B. ROBERTS, Proprietor. by tho Rev. Howard Hudson, and the ing talk to the tnombers. Phone 57 VOCATIONAL SENIORS Intonnent was in the Berea cemetery. Coyle BuJUlng. Main St. Prof, and Mrs. F, O. Clark and Mr. on Morton visited at SImpsonvIlle lrof. and Mm. Marsh entertained their wcy homo from Louisville last the Vocational Seniors and faculty -I Saturday attorncon, and were enter- i LOCAL PAGE Ht l3 H K)ME TOWN I' HELPS oooooooooooo DR. BEST, DENTIST oooooooaouaoooot No-Mir- y If you desire to prosper and hare friends patronize home Institutions give tho neighbor who koeps the store a chance to live and prosper, A country cannot be lifted upward In civilized advantages, unlet there he a community of fellow assistance, and the Interest of all classes, Is furthered In helping each other and not In dragging each other down. Keep your money circulating at home. To Clean Muddy Oirmtntt. It Is always belter to let mud dry before attempting to remove It from cloth garments. In nine .cases out of ten a good brushing will be alt that is necessary for renovation tho next day If tho stain still remain It Is because gcraae of some kind was mixed with tho mud, and lug mixture may be applied: Aqua ammonia two ounres, rain water one one tcaspoonful, saltpeter qtinrt, shnved while soap one ounce1, Mix well and let stand over night. Shake Pour n little of well before using. this on tho spot, rubbing well with n piece of flannel or a songe. If the spot does not disappear with the first application, repeat When the cloth Is clean wash off with clear water. This mixture will not Injure tho material, and Is most excellent Woman Manages Qreat Store. Mrs. Charles Netcher of Chicago la acting manager ami owner with her cfiltdren of one of tho largest depart tnent stores In tho world. Tho store covers 15 acres of floor space, represents on Investment of more than and employs upwards of M5.000.000 three thousand persons. Hit year ago when her husband died the store occupied an old building. Mrs, Netch er has replnced it with a fireproof structure more than five limes n large as flio old one. 'Besides managing her store Mrs Netcher I bringing up three sons and a daughter. ties. I -- hard-hearte- n, BUGGIES "The best Buggies in the World" further-encourage- busl-nes- , at Welch's PARRY, HOUGHTON, PHOENIX, SECHLER and BANNER Business Man: You don't want the people of your community to patronize mall order bouse; of course You breach you don't. the sound doctrine of "patronize homo Industry." "keep hom dollars at home." etc Good; amen' 'But do you practise It? T Do you send your printing to It you do, do you get any returns through the channels of trad at Of course you do NOT. Hold up your town and patronize tho homo printer Mr Prsctlse What You Prsach. "Politeness Is to do and say tho kindest thing In tho kindest ay." rr 26) j i If you want to get Clothes, Shoes or Furnishings that will satisfy you in every way, come and see the excel- ' I I lent values we now offer in New Suits New Shoes New Hats New Trousers New Shirts d. I I j IX-pt- - i at Our Store New Caps New Underwear I New Hosiery New Ties Meat Grocery The Racket HAYES & GOTT The Quality Store BEREA KENTUCKY Store se CLARKSTON MAM STfUKCT. aear Umk TILCPHONK NO. 40 CALLS W. O. MOORE, at the Nicely Stand For oil 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 lr car load lots. Plows, Disc Harrows and Farming Implements Mav 8, 19 1. v SENIORS ENTERTAINED THE CITIZEN, MRS.LYDIACOYLE Mrs. Ldla 'Coylo was born in Madison County, Kentucky, on April 4, 1828 and was ono of twelve children born to John and Fannie Hudson, four of whom survive her, Mrs. Mar)' Gabbard of Oarrcd County, Mrs.Jono Martin nnd 'Mrs Hallle Martin of Jackson County, and James Hudson of Ilhome, Texas. At tho ago of nineteen she was married to Williamson Coylo of Madison County. To them wero born thirteen children, three of whom died In Infancy and three after reaching ma; lie L'lvc of eleven mcmbeni of th Union C. and two of the Christian Church, OUTDOOR MEETING AT SETTLEMENT Next Sunday, tho meeting at Hatts Settlement will 'be held out of doors In Mr, Davis' grove back of the scho l house, at 3 p. m. Mrs. Roberts has been successful in theso meetings which havo been well attended. A largo gathering Is cxitect-e- d next Sunday. IN OUR OWN STATE Contlnyrd from Hint I?, MRS. NEI MCHINE HAD LOTS OF FRIENDS By J. M. CARSON. velocipede, with ltd rub ber tires, sent by hla Uncle Tom for bl birthday, created quite a stir when It arrived After It waa taken from the crate all the family admired Ita perfect mechanism and Ita beauty, but Leonard anld nothing. "What do you think of It ion?" ask-Leonard's father. The boy came out of hli trance with a deep algh of aatlafactlon, "(Jec, but won't the kid all bo Jealous!" he said rapturously. The long hall between the dlnliiR room and the living room waa Imtnedl ately turned Into practice ground. I.eonard'a father Rare him somo expert advlco The boy learned quickly All that evening and the next day was devoted to hard, atcady practice. "I think you can rldo well enough to taku the wheel out of doora tomorrow," Leonard' father told him at the end of the second day of train- d Among the many joyful occnslonn which Seniors look forward to with anticipation in their last Collcgo year aro tho round of dinners Riven iri their honor hy their various Col- lego ITtifossora and friends. Ono ot thceo delightful events was ruatltcd, Monday evening, when the Seniors gathered at Mr. and .Mrs. II. I". Taylor's hoapltablo homo at fl: 45. After a fow minutes pleasant conversation on tho veranda, tho guests wero assembled In the dining room nnd n, delicious four) course dinner was served by threo of the young ladles from tho Junior clnnn. On repairing to tho sitting room amusements wero engaged In which woro of a very varied character anil turity. Tho curvlvlng children aro T. I. Coyle, Mrs. Nannie Champ, Mrs. Margaret Ilcngo, Mrs. Artemcsln Youm?, A. I,. Coyle, U. 8. Ooylo and John W. Coyle. she leaves thirty grandchildren and fourteen great grandchildren all of whom aro living. She was an earnest Christian having united with tho White SpritiFS Itap-tlChurch In 1S, still keeping her membership thcro until the date tif her death, which occurred at the homo of hor eldest son. T. J. Coyle, nt May 6, 1913. Her husband Williamson Cojle dl"d st He-rc- a, ing. "I don't want to take It out yet," replied the boy. "I want to learn a few trlcka first." And he proceeded to Irarn trlcka that consisted of riding without holding tho handlebars, riding with one foot or holding with one hand, and rarlous combinations of k aa he chose to call It, would mako a great Impression. ScTcral of the boya In the neighborhood were the proud possessors of elocipedes, hut notio of these had rubber tires, nor were they painted with uch beautiful colors and atrlpcs. Then, too, Leonard had been having luarrela with some of the boya lately and now was his chance, to even things up. With an air of conscious Importance ha walked out Into the htreet, trundling hla velocipede him, before mounted It, and rode away to the corner, then turned back. Immediately the report waa spread the Leonard had the swellest bike on the street. II) the time he returned to hla own doorstep a small delegation waa awaiting him. "Hello, Len'" cordially went up from every throat. "Hello!" answered Leonard. "Got a new bike. Ien!'' "Yep." "Oee, It's swell, ain't It, boyaT Where did you get It?" "From my I'ncle Tom." "Itoes It go good. In?" "Dandy," laconically replied Leon- these Interesting performances. The next day waa Saturday, All the children were playing out of doora. waa now ready to make his sensational appeaarnce. He waa curtain that Ma velocipede, or his "bike," U Next Sunday, May 11th, will observed as .Mothers' Day at tho SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS SOCIAL Union Church, It Is Intended especially that recognition shall be given Mr. Taylor's Sunday School class to tho mothore of Ucrea, tho women entertained at his jwho havo helped to make It what It wns delightfully home, Tuesday night from 7 to 'Ji'M. I Is, and also to the mothers who hav?, Music was one of tho striking fea- Jundor adverse conditions, sent oit tures of the program. After tho mus'.c, children to bless tho world from the (speeches wero given hy some of the mountain farms. members of tho class. "Two I'ersonel It Is intended that Uiere will be veral addresses. Come early to at of tho Class was given by A. K. Wobh " The speaker laid great stress uikjii cure a seat. the possibilities of the Individual member of tho cuibs. of J. N. llarrold gave a speech on ''OpTho following announcement from portunity" chiefly tho opixirtunltles tho Cincinnati Knqulrer has bo.'n which Ilerua College affords. "Athletics" was discussed by Wal- sent Tho Citizen: "Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rhlnehatt ter Hatch In a very striking" way, ot liar wood C. l.'owinan gavu the annouueo the engagement White,their to l'rophecy. In his uddress hu (laughter, Miss Kllzabeth "Class '.Mr. Homer II. Russell ot Clarksburg, emphasized very strongly the Th'i wedding will be a June In life and what it takes Ind. highly entertaining. Ono of tho stunta which created peals of hilarious laughter wait a jor- fonnanco which might well bo called a "barnyard concert" In which the merry cluck of the hen, tho lusty crowing of tho rooHter, tho contented grunt of tho pig and tho car splitting bray of tho donkey had prominent party. Another entertaining, and ono might say, instructive feature of tho evening was u marriage scene from which Mal 1, 1881. many eurkcbHoiih for similar occasFuneral services wero conducted at ions wero obtained. In addition to tho Iterwi cemetery by l'res. Frost. these, Mr. Taylor played nomo beautiful selections on the organ, German MOTHERS' DAY AT THE UNION Wings were Bung, and Miss Taulbe CHURCH or gnvu a witty and clover prophecy Altogether It was one of tho class. Commemoration of Berea's Great the moat enjoyablo evenings which Mothers. tho Seniors havo had this year. Rebecca Jano Mcilono, wlfo of Mr. Ned Mcilono of Narrow Gap, for many (years tho efficient agent of The Citizen, died at their home, Monday j evening, about f lvo o'clock. Mrs. Mcilono had been In jioor health for a number of months, frequently, It was thought, at the point of deatn but rallying each tlmo and improving so that she could go about her work. And so her death, Monday, camo somewhat as a surprise to the friends of tho family. Tho deceased was a member of the Narrow Gap branch of the Union Church, and for a number of years had been striving to live a consistent Christian life, winning the respect 'and loo and sympathy of her neigh- -' bors. Sho Is survived by her husband and two daughteis, Mrs. I'lgg of Ind-- I lnna, who could not b reached with tho announcement of her mother s ' death, and Miss Mary Mel lone. The third daughter, Mrs. Tom Huff, died I J I HARTS CABINET KOPt.B who have warm friends ara healthier and Impplrr than those who hav none. All th wealth of the world could not buy you a friend or Py you for tho Ion of one. self. of food Is Pt The manner ot preparation and iervln at Important as the food ItTESTED RECIPES. attorney gcnoral declaring that Guru khould be no blank spaces. JAIL DKLIVKUY Nino persons made, their escape from Uio Fayctto County Jail at Lexington last week by sawing thru the Iron doom, and lowering themselves by ropca mado of bed clothes from tho third floor. Several wero accused lierta just a month ago. Funeral services were conducted, Tuesday afternoon, at the Narrow Gap In InChurch by Rov. Howard Hudson, terment was in tho Iterea cemetery, Pres. Frost having charge of tho Services there. HOME DEPARTMENT SOCIAL interesttTmanTbereans dlffer-ent,calllu- gs An Interesting company of members of the- Home Department of the Union Church Sunday School met for a social afternoon ot a most pleasant character on Wednesday, the 20th. Tho leader,. Mrs. Hudson, has Inspired llfo and spirit Into the wori:, which has doubled the membership us a result of her active efforts. Tho afternoon was varied with a to chort program, largely musical, which Mr. Taylor contributed with appreciated selections on the organ. Tho Misses Ambrose, Pitts and I'ohl gavo a pleasing vocal number aud Miss Lucy Smith a recltutlou that added to tho occasion. Following th"" program was a licriod of social visiting with refreshments, a very enjoyablo feature. A number ot thoso present ure not able by reason ot infirmity to get often to Church, who on that account appreciated tho occasion tho more. Surely Mrs. Hudson and those who assistod her so splendidly must f rewarded for their efforts. - d Wo wish to thank our relatives and others for their "Kindness during the recent Illness aud death of our father, John 11. McCollum. Wo express our appreciation also ot tho faithfulness of thu attending physician, Dr. Uodkln, the efficiency wooden aworda. Will you come?" of tho undertaker In conducting the "Sure I'll come," said Leonard. "And you kin come to my movln' funeral and tho consoling words if pitcher show wlhtout payln' no pins, tho minlbtera In charge of the serROBERTS-LAN- E Leonard," spoke up a third. vices, tho Revs, iirookshlrt! and C. E, CONVENTION "Are all you klda goln' to be good at Mr. Tom Roberts and Miss Lydl.i me?'' asked Lane woro married, lust Thursday, at The largest C. E. Convention ever "Sure, wo are," they answered In BASEBALL NEWS tho brldo's homo near Slate Lick. held In Kentucky was that of May chorus. ITjo Rev. J. W. Lambert was the knid, 3rd and 4th at Mt. Sterling. Dele "Well, said Ionard, "I was goln' to Tho second of the scries ot baseball officiating minister. gates crowded In from all parts of the give all you klda a ride on my new me play games scheduled tor Uie season tool; bike to.be good at mo and state. S01110 of tho speakers were Mr. MOTHERS DAY AT BAPTIST In all the games, and tl. but placo on tho main athletic field, MonLeham, International Secretary of th you'ro oil good at me any v.. . so I day afternoon, between tho College CHUR6H C. E. Union, and Mr. Daniel Poling, guess 1 don't havo to give you rldo und Normal teams, tho latter winning Field Secretary of the Ohio State on my bike." by a score ot 18 to it. A largo crowd Mothers' Day will be observed In Endoavor. Tho meeting was an en- Off ho rode at full speed, going through tho whole Hat of hla tricks attended, and tho gamo was a very tho Bona Baptist Sunday School next enthusiastic one, and an effort Is beInteresting ono. Homo runs were mado Sunday. ing mado to push the Christian Enas be went by Brown, Jones and Chambers, and All parents and friends ot the deavor work to tho front. Halo starred in stealing bases. school aro especially Invited. Tho Borea delegation was oomiiosed Modest Scientist. Tho lineup was as follows: tittle, village of Nyack Near tho College Normal there Uvea In modest retirement upon Hoffman ss the farm of his fathers and of his own Hlllmaii Albovhood George William Hill. Vanllook Gabbard c though ho Is perhaps the greatest Hrowu GTO cvi. D.C& A. P. SETTLE'S STORE :b Kerr genius that this country has as yet Harrison Jones lb and look at their large stock of borne, It Is safe to say that not one Halo Chambers it DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND EVERYTHING KEPT person In a thousand, even among Gllllgan I people of education, la familiar with Dakor IN A FIRST-CLAS- S STORE cf T. Parker his name, much less with his work. Lewis Prices very low on everything Martin S coles rf Hut among astronomors, both abroad Douglas 3b and at home (possibly more abroad J Parker Large stock of Ladies' trimmed Hats at the lowest price than at home), he la recognized aa being one of a very few to whom of the present day owes most Hero again dlscovorlos form no part of this notablo career; and, In fact, so far as records go, Hill may Money-Savin- g Lies in never havo used a telescope. Ills greatest work la In connection with Intelligent Buying poriodla orblta, tho best method yet devised for handling the problem ot restricthere bodies under certain tion. Dr. Frank Schleilngcr, In Sciy. ard "llet you can't do no tricks yet." "Sure, kin. Tricks Is eany" Leonard proceeded to do a few of his very best ones. The spectators were properly fascinated by the exhibition. "Say. Len, I'll let you ride on my hand car. If you want to. I didn't mean not h In' that time when I didn't let you," Leonard made no reply to this offer. I ain't mad at you," came "Ob, from another boy. "You kin come and play cowboy In our yard this afternoon If you want to. I got some new 1 to make a person successful In any one of them. The orchestra again played wh.lu an Ice cream couise was served. Mr. Griffith and Mr. MacGregor sang ceveral solos, atter which all departof ed for their respective places Rhode. A CARD OF THANKS event." j SURE, HE WILL Miss White is a niece of Mrs. J. Dallas, Tex., May lit i:i W. Stephens of Hcrea and has been a frequent visitor In our midst. Tho Tho Citizen, Bcrea, Ky. announcement will be of Interest to Gentlemen: her many friends aud acquaintances The check enclosed Is sent you ny who remember her visits with plea- W. D. Kills, Jr., who arrived Into tho sure. world on tho morning of the first Inst, Junior is a 11 pound boy with blue TEXT BOOK EXHIBIT eyes. He thinks ho will like to read Miss Kdlth U. Tranter of Cincinnati, your paper. Both mother and son aro O., representing the American Hook 'doing fine. Youra truly, Co., is exhibiting u display of text W. B. Ellis. bookH in Lincoln Hall this week. Editorial Note: Ttie exhibition Is esecially fur the Normal students and Miss Tran- ; Mr. Ellis Is a former Bcrea student, ter tak';s great caro in helping those marrying before he left Berea, Miss Bertha Hulett. Their relatives and who plan to teach familiarize themj friends will rejoico with them in their selves with the various text books. good fortune. Adil a little lemon Juice to the butter with which lettuce sandwiches are spread. Gelatine Ambrosia. Soak half a box of gelatine In a cup of cotd water; when well softened add two cupfuls of boiling water and of a cup of sorious offenses. A rowurd of yi' of sugar. Let this thoroughly dissolve for the arrest of each has been of- before adding the Juice of one and a halt lemons with the grated rind. fered. Strain, and when the mixture begins WEUIJ CLKARKD to thicken, put In two oranges cut In Illchard S. Webb, charged with thin slices and add a half cup of house burning by sotting fire to tho shredded cocoanut. Serve cold. offlco of Prof. F. Paul Anderson of tha Spanish Chicken With Rice-CState University last October, was de- up a chicken for frying. In the frying pan put half a cup of olive oil and clared not guilty by tho jury last Satheat gradually, adding two bruised urday, cloves of garlic. When the garlic la yellow, lay in the chicken and cook B. K. VS, UNION until well browned; add two sweet red peppers cut in strips, two white Tho debate between the Beta Kapiia onions sliced, and continue cooking. When the onions are brown, add and Union Literary Societies on four tomatoes sliced and a quarter of Wednesday was one bf unusual inpound of rice, cover with water or terest and has brought out much a stock and simmer until the rice Is comment by professors and tender, adding more stock 'and salt it ot tho Institution. necessary. Tho question In short was, Resolved, Indian Dressing. Rub the yolks of that all corporations doing an inter- two hard cooked eggs through a state business should be required to strainer, and add a fourth of a teaspoon of paprika, one teaspoonful of take out a Federal charter. powdered Messrs. Jesso Murrcll, Roy Hatch salt, half a teaspoonful of sugar, a few grains each of cayenne Vogcl representing Beta and Carl and white pepper, a tablespoonful ot Kappa upheld tho affirmative. Messrs. lemon Juice, two tablespoonfuls of vinLoyd Hampton, Hoy House and Wilf cup ot olive oil. egar, and liam Dean in behalf of Union contenWhen well blended add a tablespoonded for tho negative. House aud Vogel ful each of red and green pepper cut In fine pieces and one teaspoonful of dcllvared rebuttals. Both sides admitted tho evils of parsley chopped fine. tho present system of corporate control and each plead for publicity. As a mcan3 for bringing about publllclty Woman Contractor. and correcting the evils of overcaplll-zatloScharmegendorf, a growing and reInterlocking fashionable suburb of Berlin, prides Itbates and false reports, tho affirma- self on possessing the only woman tive made strong and telling arguj builder and contractor in Germany. ments for the Fcdornl charter. This Is Frau Henkel, who has now car. The negative objected to the Feder- rled on her business successfully for al charter on tho grounds that in four years. The fact that she was the making the change it would upset proprietor and manager of the firm of business, rob thu states ot a large Henkel became public only the other The public portion of their revenue and destroy day, however. Inquire Into authorities the busiwere asked to the balance of power between the ness, as there was an allegation that States and Federal Government. Th?y It waa not an Independent concern. proposed the plan of a Federal liThey found that Frau Henkel was the cense working under tho direction of real and effective manager, and that the Interstate Commerce Commission she employed her husband as master of the works. The suggestion that she as a remedy for the existing evils. Tho decision rendered by Rev. Da- was acting for some one else was unvid Phillpson, Jackson W. Sparrow founded. Dundee Advertiser. Esq., of Cincinnati, 0., and Prof. C. F, Rumold of Berea who acted as Judges Even In Those Day. was announced hy Mr. H. E. Taylcr George Washington was tossing the two to ono In favor of tho affirma- stiver dollar across the Rappahannock 'Ivor. tive. "I forgot to tip the waiter at the last inn we stopped at," be explained. "Almost every one you meet knows "You know bow they talk about yo more on sonio subject than you do. when you overlook such things." liberty Turn that side of him towards you an ' FT even n tnose daJr tne watter was known as a despot. absorb all you can." three-fourths ut one-haln, stock-holding, ! 't , , 1 aV''''tn-'- " fBBBBaH!BBBBBBT:erlaSHfi THE BIG HILLiSTORE Ba!lMBMBMtMa1alal''H BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBKsBBBBBBBBBBBn tBBBBBBHSPBBBBalBBBBVe vlaaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiVI Power ence. Cata and Monkeys. eight Aa exciting battle between monkeys aud thirty cats occurred on the United States battleabtp, Minnesota, a fow days ago. The trouble occurred while the Mlnnesotta was In a hoavy storm off the Florida coast tbrue days out from Vera Crux. The moakeys, which bud been collected by junior oflicers. got looso and made a concerted attack on the thirty cats, which are pets of sailors aud whose duty is to keep the big ship free from rats. The monkey puisued the cats all over tli ship and despite nianv uralont. 11. iieu In baiting them. STUDY THE FORMULA OF Hanna's Green Seal Paint AND YOU WILL FIND IT RIGHT Spreading Power Durability and Beauty combined This beautiful property lies on the south side of Chestnut Street, Berea, Kentucky. , the lot being 60x300 feet, fronted by a concrete walk; a concrete basement under the whole house; arranged for furnace-heat- ; house also fitted for gas lights. The house is constructed of good material and is well built. It has double doors, the top floor being of hardwood handsomely finished. The first floor rooms are finished in hardwood, the second in hard pine. The building is also storm sheeted and is plastered thruout with patent wood fiber plaster. There are three beautiful tiled grates with oak mantels with large trench plate mirrors. The water supply is from a deep bored well on the back porch. This is a most beautiful home. We are going to sell it if we can. Any one wanting a good home in Berea with an opportunity to send his children to school will find it to his advantage to write to Bicknell & Harris at once. We wilt be delighted to give prices on this property or any which we have. And we like to have calls also for we can show better than we can describe the property. There have been some good bargains in the way of vacant lots and residence properties sold on Jackson Street recently. We have still some splendid offers to make properties running in prices from 5500,00 up to 4000.00 right in Berea and just out of Berea. We should be pleased to have any one take up the matter with us. Yours very truly, J. D. CLARKSTON, SOLD BY Berea, Kentucky. Baria, IICKNELL & HARRIS, Kentucky Page Six. THE CITIZEN. I May 8, Tlmnrvefy thought of gowl. 191 3- - His Rise to Power BY HENRY RUSSELL MILLER bcneToaToH'coiiTil nd Tim. 1wlsli I himself Into n cliliTF nnd liegnn lo Ink could keep hi in out Hill wo Dunitock. Ho'll mende nro net In our opinion Bhochnn's eyes hnunted htm. John go on fighting, now he's started, until was n noriunl young ronn, nnd he wan be breaks himself against four linnl- capnble of knowing the Joy of n tank noss or becomes like you." welt dono. Hut not thin sort of tnnkt He cot up nhruptly ntul went Into tie could find no elntlon In a triumph the honso In the library lie round won nt the cost of direct personal mis-rJ mice Dunmende Ivcforp his desk, to others. Thcro was Rlnyton, for scratching nwny nt nn opinion With zamplo, h handsome, plenitnnt young thnt henry dignity which he Imparted man who lookcl tho crlmtnnl not at even to the smnllcst nctlons of life the II. He hnd not hnd tho courage to Judge waved Murehcll to n went tand trial, nnd he hnd broken ball nnd 'Thnt ion of yours gnve m Mim fled, leaving n nick wife. Bho nnd the thine of n surprise tevdny. Look ns child lorii since the fnthcr'n flight now though Sheehnn would hnvc to go nrcr Iny together In n grave. Blnyton hnd the rond. tnles," Murchell ndded In- not dared lo return. Perhaps ho did quiringly, "there's n chnnce to win on not even know of the double tragedy. appeal?" In his dreams John often nnw Slnytou's "No. John tried his caso cnrefnlly hunted fare s It must now appear He lecnnio conscious thnt his head There were no errors." "Kr nbout whnt ought to he the wns aching, thnt he wnn tired nil over, very nerve In his liody throbbing. For sentence, do you think?" It would not lie correct to any thnt more thnn six months, over slnco his the Judge assumed n Jndlcl.il nlr; thnt. lection, he hnd been working Incessantly, feverishly tnwnrd this dny. The release from strain allowed his mnl treated, protesting tody to Ih heard. He got up nnd left tho ofllec, ns though fleeing from the problem. Ho tnld n roondntiout courso awny from Main street out Into the country. He tramped determinedly nlong the pike. (Whig his lungs with tho tonic air. It hnd been n good "growing season." His wny took him between fields of clean young corn nnd barley and onts nnd occnslonnl cool, green wood lots A fnrmer, driving n pnlr of henvy farm horses doing' duty nt the tongue of a squeaky spring wngon. rattled up behind him. "Howdy. John! Wnnt a llftr "Howdy. 'III! No. thnnk you. Just taking n little eicrclsa nnd soaking In ' 11 this. Cranshawe reined In bis tram. John 11 "An- - we It In New Chelsea, nre you leaving soon. Mr. Ilnlg?" nuked If ' put Wish I could "nave J t top!ed. "I.lttlo mlto too smart for 'em today, weren't ye?" 'They had tiecn so bold, they made it easier" Crnnshnwe nodded. "Be smarter next time, I reckon 'f we glvo 'cm n ohnnct 'F we give 'em a chanct," he repeated reflectively "Ds farmers, we're feelln" pnrty good about theso trlala. Feel like we didn't make any mistake Inst j I I 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 stats machine, snd Bheehan. local boas of New Chelsea, offer the nomination for district attorney to John Dunmeade, Dunmeade ts Independent In his political Ideas. Dunmeade will accept the nomination. Hli father, a partisan Judge, congratulates him. ills Aunt Roberta urges John ta call on Katherlne Hampden, daughter of a capitalist. Kathtrlne Hampden Is a worshiper of success. She and John are friends. Jeremy Applegate. a political dependent John and the state ticket In New Chelsea lives Warren Blake, s model young bank cashier, connected with Hampden In "high finance." They try without success for John's aid. The rottenness of politics In his state and party as revealed In his campaign disgusts John. He calls upon Katherlne. Catherine's peril In a runaway reveals to her and John their unspoken love. John publicly "turns down" the' machine of his party. Joh"n" will not compromise with his conscience even for the sake of winning Katherlne. and the two part The course of his son Is disapproved by Judge Dunmeade. John Is elected and puts 8heehan on trial for political corrup- Is convicted and flees. John meets Hair, a novelist, who ts Introduced to him by Warren make. tlon. Bheehan lafeTTfie buzz of convesuddenly censed The ludge was returning to the bench. Sheehnn, wltb Wblttredfe and Murchell, took bis eat by tho table. They were followed by John. Then the Jury Hied back luto the box. "Gentlemen of the Jury, hearken to your verdict us the court hath recorded It You And the defendant guilty as Indicted. And so bay you nil?" said tho clerk. The Jurors nodded. Sheehnn fell back In his chair with an audible gronn. Two big tears coursed ludl-crously down his fut cheeks. Hut no- body laughed. Ho plucked anxiously at Murcbcll's sleevo. "Hnvo I got to go to Jail?" be whim-pcre- A GhTfTjcTur rsion I fP 1 I Murchell drew away from the touch. "Not unleis our frleud Whlttredge bns forgotten bow to delay Justlco." Tho Jury wns dUchurged. Whlttredge Informed tho court that the defense would move for a now trial, ball was renewed, aud the court was adjourned. The audience slowly made Its way out Into the square, where little knots of noisy, excited men gath- ered. , .John saw S heeban standing forlornly byTbeliTble. The "Dig. fxitidd'oUs Uguie with the misery shining out of Its eyes seemed very pathetic. And. nfter all Bheehan vena the worst victim of the system. Impulsively John went over to him. Sheehun suddenly seized one of John's hands In both bis own "Johnny, can't you get me out of thi- slet me off? I'll get out of here never go Into politics ngnln. so help me!" John's heart gave blm n wrench as be shook his he.id "I wish I could Sheehun," he replied honestly. "But you're out of my hands uow." ne turned nwny sadly, no sense of triumph In his victory. When ha nppenred nt the door of the courthouse some one raised a cheer. It right" passed nlong from group to group, un "I Inferred from his speech," he nn til nil In the square bad Joined In a wered with n twinkle, "thnt he held short, sharp snlute. It wns not on hys some such opinion. Were you nt the terlcal demonstration, but unusual for trial?" calm, self contained New Chelsea. It "I was not! You mny sit down. lasted only 'n few seconds. she commanded, making room for hint "Young num." said Senator Murchell, "because I wnnt to nsk yoji n que "enjoy this moment. It won't Inst tlon." He obeyed. "What have you long. You nre nt your apex you are been doing to Hugh nnd our John? a hero nmong your neighbors. Hut This bouse has been like a funeral they are cheering you, not whnt you ever since these trlnls began. Hugh said." has been ns grumpy ns ns it dog with "Not me, but what said. They see a boll. And John he doesn't any a principle." much, but he feels It It's this polities' "You're not the first mnn who has I wish." she concluded vengefully, "a held that delusion to bis sorrow" plngue'd enrry off nil you polltlclnns." "But, Itoberta. who'd run the coun try?" CHAPTER IX. Miss Itobertn sniffed. "I guess the Criticisms and Wilss. UOl'I.K sold thnt Scnntor Mur. j country could run Itself bettor than . .. ... . ii legni1.' riit .il It I. .In ,m ilrt 111 cueii iiiaiiiiiiiuoi 'So there's coolness between the residence In New Chelsea only Judge and John, eh? I suppose they've issjjjm becnuse an uivwrltteu Inw re quired each end of thu state to be fallen out over tho trlnls. Nnturnllyl represented In the sennte. nnd the va 701111 Is Just a hof headed Idealist, vlillc tho Judge Is a practical man." enncy which he hnd been elected to (III "A practical maul" sho sniffed tnrtly. had been from the western district. Tlils wns only half a truth He really "If you'd been doing for the Judgo for liked these men nnd women nmong nenrly thirty yenrs you wouldn't call whom his yotiib had been spent, who him that. I guess. Why, ho even belooked u(ion lilm half familiarly, linlf lieves that you're going to put hlui In tho supreme court." In nwe. nud who. until the late upris"And you don't?" ing and the advent of John Dunmeade, 'Of course not! I tell him so, but ho had followed uuqucstlonlugly his po ,n- - Ua' I"'1 P lltlcnl gospel Most of the time he j won't with his own Importance nnd selfish ospent, from the exigencies of his sttlou, lu Washington or In the big noss be won't listen to sense nnd tries house In Adelplila; but ns be grew to tuako bis sou's llfo miserable." "Itoberta." he wild abruptly, "try to older ho came to look forward more and more eagerly to the summer keep Jo.hu out of politics." "Because be Is lighting you?" months that supported his "legal residence." be said sententlously, "might Ho looked, hesitating, toward the old beThat" a sufficient reasou. But I'm not colonial house across the street Then thinking of that It Isn't the game for be started toward It. Must tho habit a man of hli sort" of s lifetime. I broken .merely Jie "X2il jHthVt J.hnk of that when you 1 cause son of flint house ffiulTeveled ' n lance against hlra? And. besides, there wns n small mntter of business to trnnsnct He perceived the figure of nn old woman on n bench under the trees, darning Industriously, nnd he Then smiled nt first In amusement. the smile beenme gentler. He Bho looked up ns he approached. held out his hand. "Good afternoon. Miss Itobcrtn." "Good afternoon, Will Murchell." She continued ber darning. "I'll not shake hands." she nnswered his ges ture calmly "I don't think I'll ever shake hands with you again. John says you're a dangerous man. John Is h' i""1""" - fall." "Murchell says you forget." John smiled back. "Be'n nt ye n'rendy. bns he?" CrnnI consciously, he always wore. It mere shnwe nsked shrewdly. "He'll be at ly beenme hemler "What should you ye harder. tieforo ye're through. Ye suggest?" got 'em scared, Mebby we'll ferglt an' I Murchell made n slight motion with then mebby' we won't But I gness his hand to Indlente thnt nny suggesthat'a our lookout, not yours. So fur's ln'er. tion from lil wns a negligible matter, ye're concerned, nil ye got to do Is go I 3"M Dunmende resumed Ills book, Is no be and nnswered. "Would four mouths nhend nn' try to finish up the Job ye'vo Now- - the Judicial temperament too much?" 'inilse But as John went part. I K,vpn started. 'F we don't do our One must remember, of guess we won't hnve nobody to blnrae I 'ow'J ou n ' r001" JnK n"n course, t tin t four months for Sheehnn mende experienced a novel sensation but ourselves " ,n tlic ,,rlef moment allowed for would be n heavier sentence than a "The question Is. am I big enough wl,Icn year for another" The Judge cleared for the Job?" reflection he was at loss to define. I 110 decided Hint It was his gen- his throat "I'll tnle It under coosld .1...I nil, ft. IV ..i I 1, 4. erous nnttire asserting Itself to give his erntlou." "Be son shawe contradicted quickly. A queer smile softening the lines of He mny have cause that enn't bo answered till yo've been another chance. his mouth the senator snt staring nt the mistaken. tried. The question Is, nro ye goln' to ' portrait of Thomns Dunmeade "John," Be that ns It may, before John bad be scared nut by a Job because It's big, passed quite out he said nt lnt. "made n good of the room he was or nre ye goln to Keep up wunt ye ve recalled by an unexpected ' "Walt!" eb. Judge?" any ye He returned. "Yes. father?" "The elocution wn good." was the started? T do don't, thero ain't be It An we'll soon j carefully "1 supKwc," said the Judge gruffly, considered answer "But to body else to "vour father's Interest can have no think a Dunmende should voice such back where we stnrted.' John nodded slowly. Cranshnwe did wcRht with you. It ought to le clear I rabid radicalism, such wild sentiment to you without suggestion from tie that alltles! John's course will not affect not pursue the point "I sec Steve Hampden's back," be If you persist In attacking Senator the matter we discussed last winter, ' remarked casually. "That girl o' his Murchell you make my lifelong ambl will It?" was nt the trial. Came In late an' bad tlon Impossible." My ln "You mean Ihe Justiceship? "Are you still taking that seriously? fluence In the organization Is a little to stnnd by the door whero I waa uncertain Jim at present Thte trials atandln' She was with some young Tho senator has been teasing you nlong rally last with the promise of n Justiceship for city feller. Seen her at tbe haven't helH-- either" ' "I have thnt nlsn ngnlnst my son." fall too. She seems," ho grinned quiz- ten yenrs. Don't you know by this ' the Judge said nngrlly "He tins made zically, "to take consldcr'ble Intrust In time that he has no Intention of giving It to you?" It more dllllcult for his father to realize ye. 80 tongr Soon he was out of sight around Ion n lifelong Besides." he nd "He gave you n nomination." "Yes, he hnpened to believe he could He ts turn In the rond. ded. "nttncklng my best friend John swung rapidly along for nn hour mnke uso of me. It seems to be solely too selfish nnd set In his opinions to 'n question of the senator's imlltlcsl He until the sweat oozed from every pore consider his father's Interest 'doesn't get It from me. He Is." tho of bis liody Then ho threw himself necessities. I I doubt thnt he needs you. fnther." under a tree by tho roadside. Judge concluded, "hi mother's sou." He pondered his problem. Yet b The senator did not smile. "His "Thnt menns. I presume," the Judge knew Unit it wns m wered. not by 'HI said bitterly, "thnt I count for nothing mother's sou!" He was not sentlmentnl man He Criinshnwc's homely wisdom, but by against your notions? But I might did not "love the memory" of Anne the Inscrutable pur)oso' of tbe force hnve known It. Good night!" he re him Into the fight pen ted. Dunmende nor Indulge lu sweetly snd which hnd luiN-lleretrospection He thought of her now He could not withdraw from the task Out In the clenr night John walked merely ns marking one stage of bis to which he had been set Whither? slowly nliout. More than ever he re was n question thnt he ueeded not to nllxed the price which they must pay IK-- reniemlieri'd her as development. n gehtle yet high spirited thing full of answer, so long its n straight piece of who would be voices. ardent enthusiasms nnd with an tin road Iny nheiid He thought sadly of And he abuknble belief-- It struck him now ns I1I4 father's displeasure. CHAPTER X. almost pathetic-I- n the goodness of her thought of Katherlne, whom, It np Apples of Eden. fellows mid the ultimate triumph of penred. the winter had not taught to the summer before hnd been "the right" There must hnve been, he forget him. He had not learned to for gny, what shall we sny of get Work could dull. It could not thought, unsuspected posslbllltles-p- os that which now opened? The klbllltles that had not been realized In wholly st I tie. the longing for her. And center of gnyoty wnn Knst He him since be could love this womnn. ' yet he hnd not been unhappy. villa wns the He wns fur from ready to ndmlt thnt knew that he could not say no to that ridge. Tho Italian sccno of one continuous house pnrty. their realization would have been prof-- ' which was calling liltu Into servlco. It wns Inevltnblo thnt John nnd He walked home through tho cnlm of Itnblo. j "His mother's son. I guess that ex- sundown. At 'he corner whero stnnds Knthcrlno should meet. It happened plains blm." Ho rose. "About that the Farmers' bank he met Wnrreu one morning n few dnys after the Warren tiheohnn trlHt when John was leaving Justiceship I'll seo whnt can be done. Hiake nud n companion. But I promise nothing deuullely so far stoped blm to introduce the stranger, (ho postotllco with his dnlly mall, A Halg, n lanky, cadaverous Individual trap drew up In which sat Kntherlue abend. You understand thnt?" "Certainly." the Judge assented. who was the author of a much criti- and n young mnn John remembered n saying of hers concerning one whom "But expect you to do your beet 1 cised novel. "Tho Brethren." feel," he ndded with dignity, "that my "I beard you twisting Murchell's toll "people wero npt lo sneer at ns n services to my country and to my par- this afternoon," Ilnlg drawled. but whom sho thought "splen"If ty warrant my expectation. And I you don't mind, I'd like to congratulate did because ho hail had the brains nnd ought to draw tho old soldier vote to you on your nervo. I've been wonder courage to make his own tight and lug whether you nro merely n brave win." He had no dllllculty In Identithe ticket." "And. Judge," Murchell concluded, man or n specimen of thnt splendid fying Hint man with Gregg, of whom genus, the fool Brother Blnke Inclines he had heard more than once. Gregg "think over the Sheehnn sentence wns nnjittmctlvB fellow, n few years think It over " He went out of the to the latter notion," room. "Yes. Wnrreu would," John smiled. older tfinn John, of nthlello build nnd "I do," said Wnrren solemnly. On the next Saturday morning James "I plensiuit innuner He Joined KntherBheehan, found guilty of conspiracy to don't believe lu agitation. It hurts lue In conuratnlatlng John on his ro- falsify election returns, was summoned buslnt'KH-ii- nd the agitator." ently acquired fn me. to bar and sentenced to four mouths' "Wo expect to see you often nn the "In New Chelsea, .Mr. Ilnlg, wo dnlly county workhouse. offer thanks for pmsperlty, good wenth rldgo. There will bo teunls. Ho will "hard labor" In the Out before the npenl which he took er nnd the old party," mnke you piny," she said to Gregg, Hntg's ready grin broadened ns he who responded pleasantly bad been refused by tho higher court bo had left Benton county for parts un- plnced n blind nn Warren's shoulder "I'd like to hnvo the chance. Mr. known "Hero, Mr Dunmende, but for the Diinmeaile. I've been hearing nliout John Nought refuge In the' cubbyhole grace of (2nd, stand I, My people yojr gujue' that Benton county provides for Its wanted to mnke mo a banker." (Continued next week.) "A dollar. Mr Halg." John put In. district attorneys. With a sense of relief be filed away bis notes on the "held close enough to the eye will bide 4 The runner may uot got rlcb ; Sheobau case lu a cabinet marked tbe rest of creation." quick, but when be doe get UilB. hnckLed. "iiaWjtha good. 1 "Finished Boslnesj." Tbeq be, thTW ;; rlcb be gets rich light. "Think ovar the Sheshsn case it over. think I'm here for my henlth. Doctor told me I'd been working too hard or not hard enough, I forget which, nnd thnt I needed fresh nlr for my liver. Bo I trolled up here nfter the Hnmpdcns, where, by tho wny, Ilrother Illako nnd I nro dining this evening." "Yen, and wo'd better ntnrt." Warren suggested patiently. "Ah, these flery lovers! Come nround and seo me, Mr. Dunmende." John promised, and they parted. Ho reached homo to bo soundly scolded by Miss Itobcrtn for his tardiness at supper After niiper he strolled Into the llbrnry. Tho Judgo wns rending by the desk, tho light from tho lamp throwing his mid, henvy fenturen Into sharp relief. He looked up inhospitably ns John entered. "Husy, JudgeJ" John generally called him Judge, feeling not without reason thnt his father took more pride In bis ofllce thnn In tils paternity. Of Inte ho hnd hnd especial reason for this belief. "Not too busy If you hnve anything I supose of Importance to discuss. you etect me to pat you on the buck because you've sent nnother mnn on the rond to prison?" "1 hnve felt thnt you weren't In full sympathy with It" "I am not " The Judge laid his book on tho desk nnd snt stltlly erect John wns Immediately cnnhled to sympa. thlze with those unfortunates who before his father. were nrrnlgned "Now thnt the case Is ended. I mny penk frankly. As n Judge 1. of course. approvo of the punishment of crime. But I don't npprovo your going out of your way to nitnek your pnrty and fine, clenn living Senator Murchell. gentleman, who has nlwnys showed the wnrmest friendship for your family." Judge Dunmeade spoke with re strained emphasis. "And baa created a pernicious machine." John ndded Incautiously. "Which elected you to the office you now hold." "Your memory Isn't good. Judge. Tho inarhlno nominated me. The people of Benton county elected me. you may rcmcmlKT." "You couldn't hnve leen nominated without MtircheU'a Indorsement." "That I'm sorry to say. Is probably true." John said, wishing that he had not entnrcd Into tho room. "I'm nor- 0 ' lev' nixmi iu tio"u iiikui. John. "l.ord, no! " 111 ! .i., ,,. ft ' sK-ec- h ' 11 111 11 11 I 1 spec-ulntor- t. ', May 8, 1913. THE CITIZEN several plans and arrangements between tteso two extremes. Advantages of the colony plan are, first, small flocks on free range: sec ond, no expense for fencing: third, mere is less need for scrupulous attention to cleanliness nnd providing regular iuppllcs)f nnlmal urn) vegetable feed during summer months. This plan, however, has the following disadvantages: I'lrst, cxtrn cost of labor In caring for fowls In stormy weather, when It will often be dllllcult to get around to feed nnd enro for the fowls regularly: second, Iiourcb built on tho colony plan, If built as well, cost moro than n continuous house of the snmo capacity, for partitions, which may bo constructed largely of wire netting, arc much cheaper than two end wnlls; third, tho colony plan allows but ntsiut 100 birds per ncre, while the continuous houso system, with suitable yards, allows 450 to GOO birds per acre. The first consideration In locating building Is n suitable location for tho poultry house or houses. If possible It Is best to select an elevation having n natural drainage away from the building, for damp ground means cold i ground. If the houso can be built In Ice of n windbreak or a hill or In i tho front of farm buildings, so much tho I better. A dry. porous soil, such ns j sandy or gravelly lonm, Is preferable to n clny soil, for tho former Is more I easily kept In n sanitary condition. If It Is Impracticable to select n soil thnt Is naturally dry the will should be made dry by thorough underdralnago. A purely sanuy soji snouiu not De selected. , . J Hi FRUITS COULD BE KENTUCKY GROWN , Svm HOME COURSE IN SCIENTIFIC INTENSIVE FARMING Conducted by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S., Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. . AGRICULTURE THE Contagious Diseases of Animals Tho great work being dono by tho State Veterinarian, backed by tho Stato nnd national nuthorlttcs, In controlling and checking Infectious diseases of animal Is gaining prominence nnd encouragement from stock owners. They aro demanding nss;st-nnc- o in wiping out diseases, and aru over ready to take all precautions to avoid tho introduction of tllseaso Into their hords. Tho stock ownor Is realizing that Infectious diseases may .bo diagnosed, restrained, prevonted and even eradicated by tho Intelligent uso of rcllablo biological laboratory products, Buph as vaccines, toxins and nntltoxInH, bacterlns, nnd tils understanding of these products, together with their prop.-- r him. convinced has application Whoro Is tho stock man who would question tho reliability of black I'R vacclno to savo his herd from black teg? This vaccine Is used more than all others combined, nnd saves many young herds from complete destruction In black leg season. Tho shlpiiere of horses and njulea aro using bacterlns and antitoxins on their horses and mules to prevent catarrhal fever or Influenza, and they aru lowering tho mortality duo to diseases Incident to shipping. ThlB Is a wonderful proventlvo and has cut tho mortality In tho St. Louis stock yards to 1! per cent, where Its universal uso tho loss wan from 15 to 20 ier cent. at a figure below tho cost of produc$17,000,000 Spent Outslds tion. The eradication of bovine, tubercuState Each Year. losis Is making headway. Many towns reallzo this source of danger and havo sanitary codes that necessitate tho tuberculin listing of all dairy SHOULD GROW THEM HERE, cattle supplying milk for human con- sumption. This woo first Inaugurated by tho State Hoard of Health, and the Aehoela Art Striving to Halp Solvo dairymen and cattlo owners now Probltms That Will Confront Our Chlldrsn Useless to Talk to Oldsr Importance of having reallzo tho Farmsrs Boys' Corn Clubs Point their herds freo from tuberculosis. I afe SEVENTH ARTICLE DAIRY HERD. By HENRY E. ALVORO. C. E... Former Cbltl of Dairy Division, Bureau of Aalmal Industry, United States Department ol Agriculture. nnc-ffisa- ry for tin success iijkjii fuiiilnmcntnl conditions, t tie owner of t lie business hlinseif, or otherwise tuc agent or manager who tins the Immediate con trol nml personal direction of the work, unttirnl fondness for aul maul linvo ruals. prompting to generous nml kind treatment, us well ns gonl judgment In elrctlon, breeding i)d care. It U not audlclcnt Hint la should Ikj n horse-maor foud of cnttle In general. For best results tin utiould havo n special liking for tile dnlry row over and aboro all other animals, fecund, the cattle must he phI uf their kind and of a variety suited to the work. Third, the farm should In specially adapted to the brunch uf huslwndry In view. A food dairy farm Ik pretty certain to be food for general fnruilng. but many good farina In general are not suited to dairying. The dairy farm should he carefully selected, nil the requirements of tho tiiinltiPKM Mng well considered. Yet many disadvantages so far as the farm Is ronreriied may lc successfully overcome by the skillful dairy man, anl dairying In some form la profitably conducted without any farm, so that this condition. Inixirtnnt as It Is, cannot bo regarded as essential. Fourth, It Is well to study the charncter of the accessible ninrkets and the means of communication. location and tho Una n TIII2 pursuit of dnlry farming As sunlight and warmth are essential to success, the buildings should Other things being face the south. equal, they will bo warmer and drier. When a dlnx't southern cxKuro cannot be obtained n southeastern Is preferable to a southwestern exposure, for fowls seem to prefer morning to afternoon sun. A gentle slope facing the south Is the most suitable. It Is lien! to build the houses during tho spring or early summer, for then they linve time to dry out during the hot days. I.uuiler Is often rather damp and should be- thoroughly dried out beCement tloors and founfore winter dation walls will olo have an opportunity to dry thoroughly, nnd thus may bo avoided much of the dampness so often attributed to them. The sire nf the building required will depend largely on the nurater of fowls to be kept and on the size of the flocks. From forty to fifty, seema to tc about aa many as It safe nnd economical to keep together With flocks of this size about live square feet of floor space should bo allotted to each bird, which - will sufllce In most cases where caro ful attention Is given to cleanliness If the fowls are kept and ventilation. In smaller (locks more floor space per bird will be needed. Where the climate Is so mild that It Is unnecessary to keep the fowls confined, except for a few days at n time, less space per bird will be sutticlent The smaller d Weed A breeds, lielng mure active and restless, room as the require about as much larger breeds. In tho current issue of Farm and For the greatest amount of floor Fireside thero npears a very Interspare for the least cost a building esting' aud informing article about should tie squnre, for, other things be- "Sweet-cloveran extract from ing equal, the nearer square a bouse Is the less lumber It will take. It is. which follows: "Since colonial days thero has however, out of the question to have a grown along our roadsides a legume large houso built squnre. The building should not be so wide classed as a weed by farmers, weed that the sun cannot reach tltf back of c"iiimls;jonn, aud even exiwrlmont the house, otherwise It will be damp. station officers. Fourteen feet Is n convenient width If "Until lato years the only steadfast there nre no nlleywnys. friend of sweet clover has been the Photo by Ttnnrsm (icrtmenl nation I The house should be built aa low as beeman, whoso neighbors have iu jiosnlhle without danger of. the at- - many cases 'uttered imprecations JKItSBY CALVES. tendants humping their heads against him, accusing him of scatterdairying to he followed may be the colling. A low house Is more easi- ing tho seed with of malicious Intent. largely controlled by tho markets. In ly warmed than n high one. "Tho antagonistic attltudo Is underWhen ermnnont houses arc to tie some cases tho markets form an es sential condition, but modern .facilities built It Is usually most economical to going a change, and tho agricultural for tratiKiortatlou make the locution erect them on fotmrlntlons made of press now contains many articles by who are loud in their of the da4ry farm with relntlou to Its brick, stone or concrete. These should 1h? built deep enough to prevent heavmarkets comparatively unlmiwrtaut. praises of this 'new discovery' which Like almost all other occupatlona at ing by frost nnd high enough to pre- promises to make their poor lauds a water from entering. profltablo stock range for horses, catthe prese.it day, dairying has become vent surfai-Where large stones or bricks are not divided Into sevcrul distinct and spetle and' sheep. cial lines These differ mainly as to readily available good walls may be "Protein Is the most expensive con the form of product and tho manner made from small stones In case none of disposing of It Milk or cream may of these foundation aiaterlnls Is availa- stituent of farm feeds. Comparative ble the building tuny be erected on be produced for delivery to consumers, and this delivery may be direct or In- IKtsts There are three general styles of GOOD ROADS MAXIMS direct The same products may be delivered to a factory for manufacture roofs -- the single pitch, the gable roof FOR YOUR CAMPAIGN. Into butter or cheese, or the milk prod- or double pitch with equal sides nnd uct of the herd may be worked up at the combination with one 'ong nnd one bo me and there converted Into butter short pitch. Put the National Demand Into a Ftw The single pitch roof Is the enslest to or checs. The prudent dairyman Wall Chossn Words. It gives the hlphcst vertical should first consider which line of buildbusiness he will pursiio. In so doing front ev posed to the sun's rays and Tho following good roads maxims throws all the rain water to the rear. be must have regard for all bis location, markets, farm, Hut In order to have thx back wall of have been prepared by an olllclal of bulldlnga, water and Ice supply, the la- DUltlclent height to nllorr n person to the organization which Is promoting his own pref- work conveniently In the rear porttou highway across tho coutluent. to be bor at bis coinmand-a- nd of the house It Is necessary to have the known us tho ocean to ocean road: erence and prospects 'for profit. n very If you want to kuow if good roads front wall very Borne dairymen prefer a "general ch requires re a good thing ask a horse. purpose cow," which la n member of a slight pitch Is Good roads promote prosperity; bad milk producing much more lumber for the front side specially family from one of the lecf grades or than In the case of the other two styles. roads provoke profanity. In considering roads remember that grades of such stock. An animal Is The gable roof provides for a garret thus secured which has a large frame. spare, which may bo tilled with straw, thero nre few towns that look so good Is easily kept In good flesh oud fattens thus helping to make toe houso warm to tho farmer that bo will kill his horse to get there. nd dry. aoon when not milking heavily. Such Was It In your township that thi The floor may be of earth, wood or one also has targe en Ives, profitable for veal or for growing as steers. foment. Kurth tloors ure excellent pro Ignoramus pulled the sod Into the mid Even If rfm-l- i nnlmals are not so pro- vided they nre kept dry. Kxrept In die of the road? Good roads will Increase health, hapductive while In the dairy their meat very dry climates, however, they are making proclivities may make up for ipt to be damp. Iloaid tloors nre usual- piness, education, religion and morally short lived unless air la Allowed to ity. It. Thero are two or three of the Good roads will decrcaso profanity, breeds of cattle which claim circulate under them. A good cement to possess combined iuiillt!es for meat floor Is the best, for It Is easily clean- (. discouragement, back taxes, sheriff's nd milk. On the other hand, many ed nnd very durable. It should be cov. I ales, sour grapes and grouches. Improved roads are a good trado f Inch or dairymen (Including the writer) prefer ered with 3f lino soil or sand and plenty of litter mark for any community. cattle of the distinct class or type Good rouda Invoke a blessing upon adapted to dairy purposes In constructing this floor the ground any people who build them. to the depth of should bo alone. This class Includes various Good roads will keep people In tho aiid breeds, all having tho marked three or four Inches nnd then filled In bring city peoplo to gravel to country characteristics which distinguish the with small stones or coarseCover with the freshand will air. milk producer. Owners of nuch cows make a good foundation. Did you over hear this? "Tho roads expect them to be so profitable aa milk-er- a about ftm Inches uf mortar made by producing quality mixing thoroughly while dry one part were so bud that the ouly way he that their beef or four parts could get to town was by telephone." nd the dual dlsjiosltlon of their car- jf good cement to three Tho good roads cumpulgu Is au old then wetting with water casses may ho entirely Ignored, and if sand and thoroughly. one, but there Is such a thing as putmixing the calves, eicent so far as wanted to ind ting old JriilsniH Into such new fofni So-calle," stock-groweclrcutu-atancea-tb- e hlgh--unleused-whiden-topeJ one-fourtone-halfam-lllea Tho lawnilowo no Indemnity for diseased cattle, and tho problem of eradication Is purely a public health and public .spirit problem. The owners aro to bo commended for the manner In which they havo cleaned their herds of this disease. The United States Uureau of Animal Industry recognizes this fact, and to foster and encouraga tho eradication of tuberculosis from tho herds, has extended tho services of cxpcrtB, frw to cattlo owners, through tho efforts of (ho Stato Hoard of Health and the Llvo Stock Sanitary Board. While the city of Lexington can rightly boast of a low bacterial count In their city milk supply, wo must not overlook tho dairies at I'adueah, where every animal furnishing milk to consumois lit that city was tuberculin test'd for the owners, freo of charge, by tlovernincnt men. A total of approximately l.COO dairy cows were tested, and all diseased, as shown by the test, weru slaughtered before the pub Tho uso of nntl-ho- g cholera scrum lic and owners, and every animal has established Itself with tho swlno condemned proved on tnost mortem 10 breeders. Tho loss from this dlseusc bo diseased. Such work can not help alone would cover Uio deficit In tho but havo a great Influence on all Stato Trtasury. Tho demand for this cattle owners and make them realize scrum Is about four times the cajiac-It- y tho Importance of keeping healthy of the Experiment Station laborcattlo in their dairies. 'Tho dairymen atory to produce it. In the past three at I'aducah deserve great credit and years, qualified men have vaccinated tho consumers of that city can safe20,000 hogs for Kentucky farmers at ly say that their milk comes from a nominal prlco This work has ne- dairies that are carefully and honest- cessitated from cue to flvo exerts lj operated by progressive and In tho Jkid, whoso services have been owners. .May their Influence freo to tho owners, their expenses hav- be spread to evety town in Kentucky, ing been paid by tho Experiment Sta- tnnd reach every consumer and every tion. This work of stamping out chol- - producer, until It can be honestly em has saved farmers large sums of (Eald that thero is not a cow in tho money, and, In order to make It dairies of Kentucky supplying milk avnllabto to every swine owner, the for human food, that has tuberculosis. qualified veterinarians aro being comTho milk consumers must realize that missioned to administer serum In their tho milk supply must bo free from icspectlvo territories. Tho serum is dlscaso and from cattle that have furnished by the Experiment Station been tuubcrculln tested. Way to 8ueess. 0 sn, estimated that there are 0.000.-00npple trees of hearing age In Kentucky at tho present writing. Our annual crop from theso trees Is something like .1,000.000 bushels of inferior qunllty. We spend $17,000,000 for fruits of nil kinds that, could bo Is It grown In Kentucky. It Is useless to talk to many of the older farmers, for they will tell you: TWENTY-FIV- E JONATHANS OUT. HEADY TO 8E.VI) ' great ns it was two i - V MM H.- -. ' mailed to the homes of the students Ibis spring will bo about five times us years ago. The first year the .work was Inaugurated t.ooo trees were grafted, "Inst year 8,000 and this year nbout 20,000 will go on their mission of education. With such work being done by teachers here and there orer the state the children nre sure to see n new vision of Kentucky ns a fruit stnte. POULTRY NOTES The canonizing end. bo-fo- ro season is at an Start the trap nests if you are keeping a record of your winter layers. The battle with vermin Is a never-endinone, because the lice never g I J quit. The early pullets are beginning to lay, but, as a general thing, eggs are hoot onArrixo. very scarce. "Oh, yes; when I was a boy you could The best remedy for sick fowls is rnlso nil the fruit you wanted to. Hut tho ax, but with proper precaution now wool, I reckon It's Jus run out." get sick. It must be the new generation with t they won't Two or three applications of kerowhich we deal if we nre to save this reBcaly legs annual expenditure of $17,000,000 sene to can be makes as sura a found. some time In the future. We cannot medy as There aro those who begin with go out to every farmhouse In the state nnd hare a chat with the farmer and scrubs, intending to keep purebreds his boys and girls, so we must find n later on, but they seldom do. It Is possible for the hens to lay way to tench them easily nnd effectively. when The Hoys' Corn clubs point the way when shedding their feathers, but not growing the new crop. to success. They hnve been made posChaff about straw stacks makes of teachers sible by the everywhere In the country, nnd tho good scratching litter and the sooner same Is pollile In fruit culture. At It is hauled up the better It will be. Is overcrowded, If the poultry-housone of our normal schools numbers of the young people who nre training for kill off some of the older birds. Keep teachers nre getting ready for till stocked up with young thrifty layers. Those old bens may be valuable as new cnisnde. Almost any afternoon this spring Inl "keep sakes" but the young and vigor-pu- s ones will produce the most eggs. Becoming Valuable the basement of one of the big buildings, tables littered with roots of analyses of sweet clover, alfalfa, red young apple tree, twigs from itnnd clover, timothy and cow-peshowed nrd vnrletle. thread, wired tags am' i knives might have been oen. ex- only the alfalfa and cow-prthat As rapidly ns deft fingers cut root. ceiled swtet clover In percentage of nnd twigs to fit snug, they were protein, the alfalfa by one per cent wound with thread nnd placed In small anu mo cow-peby three per, cent. bundles. Thee bundles of ten, (If Considered from tho standpoint tiny trees were then of teen or twcnty-tlvof BOURBON POULTRY CUKE digestible nutrients, we find the fol- sent to the country by parcel ot. down a chick's throat curei lowing comparative values for the dif- These trees were tp be planted In the A 'cw drops In the home gardens of 'the pupil teachers ferent feeds: drinking water cures and prevent cholera, dlarrboe and carefully cultivated for n year beand otherchlck diseases. One "Sweet-clove- r hay $li.40 per ton fore being set out permanently. Wc bottle makes Kallons of Alfalfa bay That the Interest in this real vita, 20.16 per ton medicine At all druggists. Sample and booklet on 1)1. hay 11.12 per ton work of education Is growing Is shown eases of Fowln" sent FREE. Timothy hay Bowbon Rtmedy Co. UilirUm. Ij 9.S0 per ton bv the fact that the number of trees Cow-pe- a hay 19.7C per ton Shelled corn 20.10 icr ton' far-secli e I ONE e M Red-clov- Pennsylvania Sunday Schools. the state of Pennsylvania there persona enrolled aa aro 1.917,929 members of Sunday schools, and It Is expected that by the end of the present year the enrollment will reach 2,000,000. One out of every four of the state's population Is a nerabtr of In some Sunday school. as To make them take on meaning Tor tho first time. Many tin article has been, advertised Into fame nnd popularity by u catchy phrase, while many a man bus found his reputation estab llsbed or enhanced by a few words rightly joined. The man who can put tho national err for good roads Into a' few well chosen words which carry tho "punch" with them mid absolutely refuso to lie forgotten will be deserving of as much prulse when the campaign Is at nn end us any man who goes out nod uctually performs the manual labor In the highway. "Yes, our new wagon 's a Studebaker the only kind we KNOW9 "The Studebaker idea has been in our family for We have never thought of buying any other kind of a wagon." "It's true, we're continually being ottered other wagons costing a little less, with lots of promises as to what they will do. But we noi0 in our family what a Studebaker will do. A few dollars difference in price doesn't mean much. It's the iervice a wagon gives that we considt' most." "Long service for a fair price means more every time than short service for a few dollars less." sixty years. "That's why we stick to Studebaker and "Stick to StuJe-bake- r' is a pretty good motto for a man who uses wagons." "Studebaker wagons are built of good stuff. They're made right by people who've had yeais and years of experience in making them right people who are trusted the world over," "Studebaker wagons latt, because they're made to last."' "Look out for the dealer who tells you hi wagon i jut as good as a Studebaker. That' my advice after a good deal of capetience. and the experience of all of my people. You get Studebaker and you've got a safe investment. Su mbt DtaUl t writ m. BETTER ROADS WILL BOOST OUR INDUSTRIES. Good SytUm of Highways a Boon to Manufacturers, Largs and Small. The manufacturing Industries will receive an Increased business from the general stimulus of agriculture. Industry und commerce that will result from the building of n great system of stnte roads. Many millions of dollars are In allied Invested Industries that would receive ImjUi direct nnd Indirect benefits from the exieudlture of state funds for roads. A prosperous state can ouly; be kept prosperous by Its Investing In Internal Improvements that will best develop Its natural resources. Good roads are recognized us the most potent agency for general prosjierlty that Is within the power of the people to utilize. Better Roads. clt-lie- STUDEBAKER HIWVOIK MlNNIarOUS CHICAGO South Bend, Ind. KANSAS DALLAS SAN VSAMC1SCO CITY CITY SALT LAKE roSTLAW), OIC DINVIS. t Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. Paint Lick, ono day last week. Ely Ilullen and family vlalted J, W. Todd and family, Sunday. John R. McCot-turO, J. Judd vlcltcd his sister, Mrs. Robert Campbell, last Sunday night. Harry Eversolo passed thru, Tuesday, moving to Anvil. Tho doath of Fred Malncu8,"Bon of I). W. Mnln-ou- s, occurred April 20th. Wo extend our sympathy to tho bereaved family. Tho ' Misses Nclllo and Oracle Jackson spent last Tuesday, with their aunt, Mrs. Ella Judd. Miss Fan- , uio Malnous Bpcnt from last Friday to Monday with hor grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Koyclto Ncejcy, of Sturgeon. May 8, 1913. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Eke H'orttipaitart (tkllitr itttt rttttt la n, la lU ( not (or pUltUoB, tut trWtsct t4 UJth. Ij ttt ntltri. lit rirf Witt fUloly. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Representative Wo nro authorised to announce 1). 0. Wood of Jackaon County as a can didate for Representative of the 71st Legislative District, comprising the CounUco of Clay, Jackson and Ows Icy, subject to the action of the Ite- publlcan I'rlmary. Aug. and, 1913. For Representative ! We axe authorized to announce W. R. Reynold! of Jackson County as a candidate for Representative from tho ISAACS Counties of Jackson, Owsley and Clay Isaacs, May 2. We arc having some before the Republican voters at tho very pleasant weather at present August Primary. 1913. Your votes are and people are very busy planting (ad) respectfully solicited. corn. Tom Truett hod a plowing, yesterday. Mrs. Mary Mcintosh vls.t- For Representative Mrs. Annie Brewer, Wednesday. Wo axo authorized to announce the od candidacy of II. Clay Baldwin of Ha- Tom Brewer Is putting a new picket Georgo tha, Jackson County, Ky., forltepro-eentatlv- o fenco nround his garden. nnd Harrison Edwards, who went to Disof the 71st Legislative trict, composed of Clay, Jackson and Canada last fall and afterwards to Owsley Counties, subject to the ac- Idaho, returned to tills place recently, Mrs. Ruth Settlo of Hamilton, O., tion of all voters at the Republican is visiting relatives at this place. Primary to be held Aug. and, 1913. Jim Ingram has gone to Cincinnati to work. For Superintendent Geo. Pennington s cheap store. Lucy Eva Peters Is still on the sick list. Peters returned homo from Annvlll', .May 2nd, where sho has been attending school. 11111 Hamilton has goao back to Livingston r The farmers are nil busy planting corn. Molllu Peters has been very sick with ihuomatlsm lor tho last month. Charlie Cook and Luther Bowles havo gone to Lexlng-toNancy Culton, from Hamilton, 0., Is visiting friends and relatives in Jackson County. Riley Cook is on the cick list. n. ago 79 year.i, died at tho home of his daughter, Urn. Hannah Johnson, of Uerca, Tuesday. His remains were laid to rest In the Vlars grave yard near Rockford last Thursday. He leaves a wife nnd twelve children. Miss Boulah Vlars Is somo better. Miss Lula Waddoll la visiting hernia- ttr, Mrs. Minnie Purkcy, of llerca. Wlllard nnd Bernlce Todd and Myrtle McColIum visited Hob Bowman and family, Saturday nlght-M- Iss H,rthn UNITED STATES NEWS Rullcn, hwlng nnd Lucy Wilder were Continued um rgr one guests of Mrs. 1. (Minn and family. , Japanese Chlldtvn, while tho nlght.-Cllf- ford Martin and cnt troub,0 ttrl808 OVcr i(.K,8. Precman Oggof Garrnrtl County the Japaneso for excluding ted friends and relatives near Rock- flom tho ownerimp of rva property, ford, last weekHro. Klsh expects t ta necdK-ss- , however, for' any one preach at Scaffold Cnne next Sunday. u fcol nlarmed nl tho ,)ri)H,H.ct!) of vlK-lall- ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely frmm Roy ml Qrmmm Thm Pun mmmo only Baking Powdmr ,,,1 pros-Saturd- Cromm ofTmHmr NO ALUM, NO UME PHOSPHATE ',t J ROCKCA6TLE COUNTY hereby announce iny candidacy tor to tho office of County Superintendent of Jackson County, and earnestly ask tho voters and all good people Interested In the, cause cf education In the county to give me their support. Nolther my Individual Interest nor the individual Interest of any other by candidate should bo considered any voter in deciding whom he will Support. The question should be, "Who Van and will do most for the cause of education n our county?' I am glad that almost every voter Is personally acquainted with me. He knows me educationally, morally, and socially. Uo knows whether 1 have brer said 1 would do a thing and lolled to do It. He knowa whether 1 have done my utmost for tho schools and tho people of my county. He knows tho conditions of tho schools, when I was elected and their present condition, and ho knows of the Efforts put forth by mo, working both day and night, In an endeavor to make tho conditions better. So If the people of tho county believe from all the 1 11181'UTANTA tho wide Pacific 'Ocean because, while Blake, May 1. Tho farmers are Japan was victorious In the war with preparing their corn ground and tilatit- - Kussln. yet that war w'us u Ing some of .their corn. Tho nconlo ! drain on tho resources of Japan and think that apples nnd caches are oho would hardly bo foolish enough t not killed by tho frost and that embark In another war so Hoon. thore will be plenty of fruit of all . FINANCIAL LEGISLATION kinds. Wm. Amlprenn-l ,nw. hns hm definitely decided by rnmii a all been down with the measles, but Congresa to make on effort to are better at this writing. We heard Currency Hill. It Is a fact that the that Manse Goodman was drown M volume of money circulating In this In the Ohio flood but never have country Is not sufficiently large to learned the truth concerning It. We ' meet the requirements of busltu'ss would like to hear, If any one knows. I when prosperity 3 nt. Mil tide. ,cver tlicro Is n demand In the West Conkllng, .May 2. Born to Mrs. for largo sums of money with which Daisy Barrett, the 20th, a girl. Her to movo a largo crop, the finances or name Is Nannie. Wo are sorry to nn- - tho Eastern Banks have to be so tbo death of a good old verly strained that they are frequent- - OWSLEY COUNTY iii.a k e war with Uieso llttlo Islands across BATTLE WITH POLICE CINCINNATIMARKETS , Corn No. 2 white low car 62C6c, VI MONSTER SUFFRAGIST MEET- - mxed ear 6t614c. JfWG.IO. pntcnti Flour Winter ING IN LONDON OFFICERS IN ,nnr' M.MW4.70, do family I3.60O ENCOUNTER. , 3 Kf( )(J M,r 3.40(f 3.f.0. low gradi S3 ItiffS.SS, hnrd whent patents (J I. fancy S3.fi6ff 4.26, family S.S0& Mtempl of Socialist to Deliver Speech 3,7s, Northwestern blended rye flour on "Forbidden Territory" It Signal ti.3ft 4.45. rlty pure S4.60ff4.60, city blended 14.25(14.65. for Demonstration. Hay No. I timothy $18.60019. ttnndurd timothy $17 "Off 18.26, No. 2 , fistic iss ! When-(OKKi.i- Dlsputanta, May 3. Log rollings cro still In progress. The spoke factof ory has closed down on account tho boiler. Tho owner has ordered a new one. Farmers In this neighbor- hood are getting along nicely wun their work, about 25 per cent of the corn crop being planted. Saturday, May 3rd, Is call meeting at Clear Creek church. Jack Jones of Dreyfus, Madison County, was on Clear Creek on business, ono day last week. Marlon Abney and family have returned to Hamilton. Oscar Chasteen and family have returned from Hamilton. Taylor Abney got his face poisoned very badly last week. th 6t r Ihomas made a business trip to Brush Creek last Monday. UAl'LKV. Gaulcy, May 3. Bob Bullock was home from Boston, Saturday and Sunday. There was nn Odd Fellows' march, Saturday, at Red Hill. A large crowd attended. W. Bullock and Clarence Howard ar working at Plne-vill- e. Chester and Edgar McDanlel of East Bernstadt are vi3ltlng relatives hero this week. Married, Mr. tWdeel Filpot to Miss Nola Wnthen. Died, tho llttlo child of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Metcalf, last week. It was burl ed at Red Hill. Mrs. J. O. Hcnson nnd Miss Pearl Ponder, of Livingston, lslted Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bullock, Sunday night. Mrs. James Bond and Miss Mamie Huston visited with Mis. Mary Bond, Saturday and Sunday. -Mrs. D. M. Ponder visited her mother, Mrs. Martha Mulllns, last week. MIbs Margaret Tiond Bpent Sunday with Mls3 Malla Browing. Andy Bullock, who has been very sick for two weekB, Is net much bettor. Died, Mrs. James Hurley, May 1st. Sh-- i 1'iilun Nrwa 8rvlr nvatrin london. Barred from Hyde Park, uhleh ns been the ceni of many riots the past several weeks. London .LffraKetle. precipitate another scene 9' wild disorder which for a time threat- ?ned to result In a nerlniis riot. Only the Intervention of Jnmes Klvcx Hnr Socialist and Independent labor member of the house of commons, who as chairman of the prevent Nfper timothy SHJM4.7S. Nn. ... wMte MQ29c. standard whlo 37144380, N0., 3 36Hif37Uc No, 4 white .UJ3Ge. No. 2 mixed 35tf (.lfi3c. No. 3 mixed 34ff3Rc, No. 4 mil-lie- . ed :!3f34e Wheat No. 2 red ll.OJfl 1.12. No. J , Jvrr i,'llUNo, No. 3 timothy clover mixed $K.017. No. f'ovrr mlied I14.25ff-I5.26- . 8 vU"tT ,J ,5ff,r'' 16.S0(J 16,76, 1 ANSWERED PRAYER . Which upward to celeMial mountains led, And when I woke beneath the morning's brain. Around my rrtingplace frrh manna lay; And, praising God, I went upon my war. For I was fed. I ankrd for ttrrngth; fur with thr noontide heal I falntrd, while thr reapers tinging sweet. Went forward with the iheates could not bear. Then camr the Master with his blood ltnlned feet. And lifted me with sympathetic care. Then on his arms I leaned till all was done; And I Mood with the rest at set of sun, My task complete. I asked for light; around me closed the night, Nor pulilinp star met my bewildered sight, gathered ly a tempest near. Fur storm-cloudYet in the lightning's blazing, roaring fight, I saw the way before me, straight and clear. What though his leading pillar was of fire, And not the sunbeam of my heart's desire? My path was bright. God answers prayer; sometime when heart arc weak, He gie the ery gifts believers seek, lint often faith must learn a deeper rest. And trust God's silence when he does not speak ; For be whose nanir is Love will send the best. Star may burn out, nor mountain wall endure. Hut God'i trur, his promises are sure who erk. To 1 s ajkrd for bread; God cave a stone instead. Yet while I pillowed there my weary head, The angle nude a Udder of my dreamt, I The fd a stampede. place In Trafalgar square during 1 meeting held under the auspices of free speech defense committee, xnd disorders, many tlmen culmlnat-- , Ing In ntlcun between the crowd and police, continued for almost two hours. By the time the marching Social!.! i. abor ami other organliallona. with bands playing the Marseillaise, reach- - r,'i ilMi, Poultry-Ur- 09- - N- - red Cctf 1.05. 4 ns, tr,p (4 ia nnd under) 15c. old rooal-tht- ! rs lOe, springers (I to 1H lb) 30tf 36e, (2 lbs and over) 2fr26e; ducks (4 lbs and over) 16c. white (under I ""' over) 16c. P"" lSex heavy (over lb.) P vjr,, BOod to choir.. $7,SO(r8, com-e- Trafalgar square, 20,000 persons ' mon to fair $5.50ff7.25, heifers, extra had gathered there and as many more Sfi S.2R, good to choice K.25ff8, com-i- n mini to fair tS.25(f7 16; cows, extra the surrounding streets. ;.7&7, good to choice 6.26f 8.6C. ciunmnn to fair 4.60(f6, canners $1.60 FLASH SENT BY JAPAN. , ..sm ,7ft "' ,S.3r,fMU. butcher steers, extra "' $8.10 fi ..60. Hulls s Bologna $6.250 7.36. fat bulla facts and circumstances that the interest of Jackson County schools would bo best promoted by me, I shall bo very thankful. Yours for better education and more of It In Jackson County. J. J. Davis. - Extra $K. fair to good mmm and large $5.60 0 7.60. Washington. Boron Chlnrta. to make'' Hogs -- Parkers and 10c protest against the alien land lower. Light shlpTS 16cbutchers Good foimal 7. lower. by the California Ieglsla int pigs steady. Selected heavy $$.50 bill enacted ture and now awaiting the signature good to rholce packers and of Gov. Johnson. Thin wan the word butihers $S.60fj S.f.5, mixed packer sent from San Francisco, following I IS.40fi S.Co, stags 4.76ft7, common to" tho receipt of a Tokyo cablegram by ! ' 1",l"e heavy fat sows $6.604r7.H5. hlpiMP STLMty 7;9or' - 'JK"' 1 Japanese newspaper there. The and less) $507.75. (too message adds that the position taken S.65, Clipped Sheep Extra $5 655.7S. by the Japanese government In that KOOll l0 choice $5.2641 5.60. common' to' mo united states government in re - fnir $4f(5, wool sheep $4.606.50. sponsible for the finding of a satisfacCllptx'd Extra $7,60, good tory solution of the situation In Cali to choice $7(1 7,40, common to fair $5 fornia under its treaty obligations to lit;. 85, woiil lambs $6fi8.26, spring lambs $7..r0Q 12. Japan. Sacramento. Cat. Japan has cabled to Its ambassador at . 's- thr Selrrtnt. JAPANESE San AVIATOR KILLED. TOO MUCH SPEEDING. JACKSON COUNTY Mauldcn, May, 3. Mclvln Hoicomb, from Oklahoma, has been visiting In this vicinity. Mrs. Fred Montgomery was thrown by a mule, Tuesday, and was very badly hurt. Ben Farmer has a very sick baby. Andy Montgomery started, this week, on h:s drumming trip, selling tobacco. W. P. u uunu Bi uca inn, mo sna. Farmer left Friday for Lexington. Frank Bond Is 011 tho sick list this A. O. Frost is working In the stave week. Died, Apr. 27th, Geo. Hllard woods this week, near McKeo. baby. John Griffin Is Improved slight- - - FKIVKTT Privett, May, 3. Leander Madden, con of Simpson Madden, died, May 1, of pneumonia fever. His remains were cemetery. laid to rest in the Mrs. DeYoung visited nt L. J. Peters' last Sunday evening. Mrs. Steve Farmer and son, Hubert, went to Pond Crock, last week, trading at ly mhui Ho wl transfer It to Island Crock for opera- Danl I tlon. H. M. Andersen" and Day contemplates leaving won for O. The Misses Huth and Mabel McColIum are visiting In Boon vii6 this week at tho home of their Mrs. grandfather, K. E. Campbell. Andrew SUemore visited her parents, To Mr. and Mrs. John Margraves, at the end of the week. Win. Blake, Jr., 1 am a candidate for the nomination for Superinten and wi.'o visited u sick relative, Sun- dent of Schools, subject to the action of the Republican partv, day. Dudley Woods nnd Mrs. F. 1 to have been employe at the State Primary August 2, 1913. tcacn tno 'Blanu Ulty graded school. I believe 1 need no introduction to a large majority 01t Many ot our farmers aw planting the people of the county, having served as superintendent m tu,s w- - Ur' c- - M- - Anderson, I nocKKoiii) uucKiuru, aiay 0. .isb reo ni:e, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hobt, White ui jionun, jjiu., is visiuug ncr granu- parenU. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Gulnn of near this place. Mrs Bessie Anglln and Mrs Anna Llnvllle visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Anglln and family near citizen, John S. Wilson, on April 2sth. His remains were laid to rest the 29th. He leaves an aged wife and fuur rilldron. Mrs. Cora Bowles has ty- hnntlsni of Frank u,,i uurch and sister. Mis. Caleb Brownirg. was wtne88Cd by & largu audlcntv. rtrnmn tho holv ordinance 3nri bclng aamnste7ed by our faithful pastor, Eld. J. W. Anderson.-Jaim- .-s Llttlo and son recently purchased from tho ,at0 wlliow of ..Newton Bureb, ,..Tln ly near tho breaking c!nt. m th" statesmanship of Congress Is to Ikj exercised towards providing lor rn currency whlih will expand In accordance with the demand nnd iiulrements of healthy biiHlness. Thin bill will develop tne fact as to whether Congress contains within its membership a Senator or Itcprcseuta- r-( VWVY. ALrHhU J. HfcNHT Tonko Takelshl, lapanese aviator, who was trained In thr United States, was killed while making a landing from a flight In Ja- pan. according to a cablegram re-.- J celved by the Japanese American, a Japanese paper. Takelshl en-- j to land at the government reservation of Turkakusa and his r plane struck the ground with such force thut It wan smashed to pieces and the aWator crushed beueutli It Takelshl wan well known In Pacific, COilBl r,eH. where he learned to op- erate a biplane. Ilc was miikltiK t tie trip for the Osaka Anabl, a newspaper. I'ninrlHco. bl-a- Shelbyvlllc, Ind. Shlri Nigh, 38 years old, was killed Instantly, his wife was probably fatally Injured and Hoger Smith was seriously hurt when the Nigh touring car went rolling from the highway Into a field. Mr. Nigh started from his homo near Morris-loca- l town for a drive w ith his wife, old son and Smith. He was letting the out to 40 miles an hour when he 0t control, and the machine left the hlghwny, rolling over three times, Smith was Injured about the head. leu to luvcstlgati) tho claims of the of new remedy. Ho Is so confident Its wotth that ho la reported to bo willing to bear tho of the uxiK-ntu- I , m. e;,o. the Voters of Jackson County: rrrTr - .... Mum 1 from January ,906 to January 19,0. During my term in office endeavored to faithfully perform the duties incumbent Bowies, Kimbo Shepherd und cms. n,J lA upon me as a public servant, striving earnestly for progress i'ri' M88C8 Hacker tpeut Thursday night with ot tne public schools and for the improvement of conditions ,nBa EVa Williams. we are glad to report Nathan Bowles able to bo out generally in the county. advocate a high standard of efficiency for both intellectually and morally; for intellectual development anothor apartment to his dweiims and morality in the county can never be raised above that of u..-- J. w. Andcnxn, accompanied M,BS 1 1 mAwK AAAl it liafl(r; ' 1 ueiong to no set ot men or clique termed in politics a " String " by which means men sometimes ride IMISKV into office over the will of the people. believe in clean elec- - Posey, May 2. Itov. Harvey Johir tions and will use no illegal or dishonorable means to procure son filled his my election, nor sanction the use of such means by my friends. Sunday. Miss Mabel Moycrs visit- Uyilcn la8t Buny Whether I am qualified for the office I seek, is for you' 00 Mlau night and Sunday. Tho Misses Cyn- to decide. Consider the matter earnestly and vote for the thia and orucio Hail ot Heidieburg .best interests of the children of the county rather than for past visited friends and relatives, last Nveok. Mrs. Nancy Herd and Cynthia favors or personal preference. Flanery spent Sunday with Mrs. Respectfully, d Wilson. Miss Winnie Tf r if... and bur brother, Hoy, took dinn. v. miNibK. ner with Georgo Jackson, lost Sunday. 1 iSS ih I Mury J'cCoHum, hltt B'8tor' made a business trip to Major, Thuni- day afternoon. 22! Klli-abe- th How-lan- J. Htnry, chlsl of the btateu, the recognition paiMirs he'lug SUttt delivered to tho iiroH-- authorities ut Pekln by tho Amorican Chnrgo. tlve who has really mastered tho ANOTi IICII CUItB FOIt CONSUMPgre-a- t uubjeit ct finance, which Is TION A Chicago physician, Dr. Peter II. cocond In importance to uo question Kiigland,' Ducket, Is reported to havo discoverbefore tho country today. Franco and Gormany have never ed a euro of consumption nower than been known to havo a panic In tlm-Uio reputed Frlcdniann cure. of peaco ouch as wo had In 1907 which Lorltnor visited Washington last was not only a panic In times of week to urgo tho public health serv- floods In the United weather bureau at Washington. s affif was a panic In the midst Investigation. of unusual prosiicrliy and if our flu- It In claimed for the discovery that have been auclal laws governing banks and flu- - nearly one hundred ance had not been so uutl(uut 'd thut treated cuccessfully. panic could have been easily proven The government refuses to mak-eany report on tio Frledmnnn dlucov cry at present. KKEPS HIS PUOM1SK BOLD HOBBKItY On leaving tho ivcrnorshlp of An unmasked robber at first seemfor tho Presidency, Mr. Wll-co- n declared that ho would come hack ingly a lassengor In tho chnlr car of to tho slato to fight for his ollcle-.j- , a Kansas City Southern train last would Friday night succeeded in robbing If there was dangu:- - that they not be carlcd out, and, on evidence passengers of $1,600 In money and bclng produced that tho forces of cor Jewelry. Ono passenger, a millionaire ruption nnd evil were again practical- In a Pullman berth, having given up ly In control, ho n,cnt several days . his valuables, fired at tho robber, and man speech niaklug In the statu last week, was himself shot. Tho hold-u- p o tho left the train, It was thought, In which ho tried to strcngthm of the elements ef reform. f ly wounded. Ho met with a good of opposition 10LY0AMV STILL PilACriCKl) from cortaln legislator!, who ns-ntAt a trial in Salt Lake City, last ed his coming cs an Invasion c f Mate wcek, ono John T. Thorp ticknowleds-"'k1'lh1 that ho Is living In a statu of iwlygamy. This Is said to bo th HKMOVK Dit. ABBOTT Dr. Lyman Abbott, of Tho first admlsslexi ot tho practice of Outlook, was removed from the list mado by a Mormon In many ot tho American years. of Peaco Society In session at St. Louis, Saturday. Tho objection to Dr. Abbott "What oil is to machinery, polite- was tint ho signed tho appeal of tho i hcbs Is to every day life." navy l'guo for Jarger appropriations. . HECOCiNlZK CHINKS UKPUBL1C ' Tho Chinese Republic was formully recognized last.l'rlday by the Unit d i lace, but I , t- d. New-Jerse- sorloun-Lackbon- ( de-u- l - 8' ! . I Tit. HruJ nio.1. on lrnUljllltr. mile marks litlita wUIih.I r im !A lH4tM 1, .kill Iwa or tut FRCC 8CARCH "J rurt Iui.k nrfrrriMi 'l PATENTS BUILD FORTUN18 lot nurfri'aUiuklrUt.llliuw, lulluluvciil aihI mii ytw nuiuy. Wiltl4Ml4 jiim. D. SWIFT PATENT 303 Seventh SI., Wathlngton, D. LAWYCRS), k CO. C.