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FAVLKNl., Manager Kolfrtd m Iki foM-t- t CO MP at terra, AV, " IDe-voted (Im rfTHE IYEIIEA. to tlie Interests of tlie MoianteLirL People MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY 15, 1013 One Dollar a year. No. 40 Citizen Knowledge li powet and the way to keep up with noin knowledge li to rend a geo4 newspaper. Vol. XIV. Five cents a copy. House Passes Tariff Bill Tho Underwood Tariff Mill was pasr. od by tho Houso of Representatives, last Thurpday, tho voto being 281 to 139. Klvo Domocrats voted agaltiBt tho bill and two Republicans for It. Tour ITogrcsolvcs oppoBed WHICH WILL HE THROW DOWN? Children have a method of their own of tenting each others olTecliou for their little circle of acquaintances, It is a game they all play at. It goes something like tho following: Mary In Willie. If you had lletlio and Nora and Katie on top of the houso, which would you throw down and kill, which would you leavo up there to starve, and which would you take home with youf Willie known nt once what ho would do, but for appearance sake he seems to deliberate for a lrng time, and then announces that ho would have to take, say, Kntie home with him, leave Dettie to starve and cast Nora down. Then Willie turns questioner and Mary must tell how she would dispose of George and llarry and Sammy. Her reply is, of course, equally deliberate, but the " 'pou honor" pact nt the beginning leavea no doubt in Willie's mind that the one she would tako home with her in tho one she lores the best. Berea First in Athletics As wo go to press iicwb comes by Transylvania took third place with long tilstnnco telephone from George17 points whllo Control University town that Berea carried away the brought up tho rear with 1 point. highest honors In tho Kentucky Tho silver cup awarded to the I Athletic Association meet making tho highest number held there yesterday. of Knt8 fell to Lcren's crack athlete, Bcren. led with G8 points, 21 points Uenjamln Collins. ahead of Georgetown which followed Details of the meet will appear next Berea, with 37 poIntB. week. tc nt It. Thero was great rejoicing In tho llooao when the Speaker announced tho voto. Tho bill has gono to tho Senato whero it will bo dlacusaed and possibly sovcral amendoffered, but there la little ment prospect of n change. It Is thought that tho Houso will supirtcd It and four-too- n now tako up tho matter of currency reform. In general tho country does not Boom to bo disturbed as heretofore when sweeping changes were being tnado In tho tariff. There aro a few croakers, however, who ray, "dark daya for Industry" may bo expected. Hut they will hardly eonio unless they aro forced by high financiers, for tho rcaion that tho majority of Republicans as well as Democrats want a reduction In tho tariff and turned down Mr. Taftbe-caus- o of his failure to carry out tho Itepubllran platform of 11)07. Treasury Nearly Empty Tho Court of Apeal8, Thursday, decided the case of the state fair officials against tho state. And now ell departments of tho Government for which appropriations had been mado and which tho stato authorities had refused to stamp as interest bearing are authorized to present their claims and havo them so stamped. As there aro only $365,871.88 In the Treasuty, $96,120.21 of which has been duo the teachers of the state slnco tbo first of February and $205,000 due on warrants already stamped as in Presbyterian Assemblies Meet Is tho chief center of Atlanta church Interest this week, something flrtocn hundred delegates dlko two million church mem-bofrom tho four Presbyterian having gathered there. They are tho Northern ITonbyterlan Church, tho Houthorn, tho United and Uio Assoclato Reform Prcsbyter-la- n Church, tho latter holds Its meetings, howover. separate from the ra cussed and religious education will be an Important topic. It was expected that tho "confession of faith" would ooiuo up for discussion, but tho Individual churches or synods settled that matter adversely, deciding to hold on to tho "elect Infant clause" 'thus committing tho church still to Uio bollcf that somo Infanta are fore- -, other three. Tho matter of union of tho different branches la to bo dis- amiable tho somewhat mythical gentleman, affectionately called "Uncle Sam," whose oflicial residence is Washington, who is being forced rathor reluctantly to play at this little game just now. And the matter in the more serious for our "Undo" for the reason that he in confronted with not a supposed but a real ease. He actually has two cstitnablo ladien on top of the house or some is an There whero even more dangerous and is asked to decide what he will do with them. They are Minn Slate Right and Miss Christianity. His dilemma in aggravated by the fact that while be'haa been constant in Iiih professions of love for the latter he has just recently pledged bin affectionn to the former after a prolonged estrangement. Lest some one may fail to appreciate tho above, we point to recognize your right an a President Wilson saying to California, sovereign state to pass the Japanese Alien Land Law; and, on the other hand, Jupantse statesmen citing two fundamental teachings of the Christian religion that Qod hath made of one blood all nations, and the Golden Rule and declaring that the issue of pence or war depends upon whether we are willing to practice the religion which we profess and of which no claim to be the chief exponents. While our "Uncle" no doubt already has his mind made up, he in seemingly deliberating and in the brief respite dispatcher one frantic message after another to Mits Stain Right renewing his vows but pleading with her for love's Bake to saro him from having to againHt Minn Christianity by making a supreme sacrifice of herself by climbing down off of the house top without his nnnistance. 1 da-cid- terest bearing, tin actual cash balance Is seen to be reduced to a very small sum. IJut this Is not tho worst. The outstanding warrants, Apr. 30th, amounted to upwards of two million, more than a million of which were Interest bearing. And Inasmuch as practically no revenue will bo received until late In tho fall, and there 1b a possibility of the Court of Appeals deciding the confederate pension act constitutional, tho state may be declared to be practically bankrupt. ordained to eternal death. I UNITED STATES NEWS.IN OUR OWN STATE OUR SPECIAL FEATURE fen-tu- ro u suffrage bill enmo up In the ator Albert J. BevcrldgunndN llousu of Commons again last week ot Ita kind. It can bo secured In pamphlet form and was defeated by a voto of 2CC to from Tho CltUen or from Tho Secre- 219, or a majority of 47. Tho marked tary of Berea Collcgo for ten ccnU change In tho veto on tho measure to Uio recent l.i freely attributed ijKstpald. militant tactics of the suffragists themselves. POULTRYIiABEMENT The women, however, seem notlo by All poultry raisers will prollt bo checked but quickened In their reading Uio artlclo on pago 7 of our nefarious course, attempting to wreck, homo courso In oclcntlflc agriculture with dynamlU, St Paul's Cathedral series. This la tho Sth artlclo of tho and declaring that they ham just beeorloa and deals with the poultry yard, gun their work. special attention being given to th DECISIVE RATTLE IN MEXICO housing of fowls. A hard fought battlo between Federals and Iniurrectoc occurred TOMATO CULTMRE near Ouaymas, Mexico, last Friday. On pago 7 will also bo found a Tho loss Is estimated at about four special ortlclo ou tomato culture, full hundred on each side, tho Insurgents captured fedInstructions being given as to tho winning. Twenty-fiv- e preparation of tho soil, setting of eral officers wi-r-j executed. Tho Federal forces were aUo deplants, etc., on a tenth aero plot. feated In an engegoment at 1'nrrnl, a itch mining ceutirln tho city of ChiINCREASED ACRE Y(tLD huahua, Saturday. to agriAnother artlclo of Interest PRUSSIAN OFFICER SHOr culturists, found on our agricultural The Prussian Military Attache f page, shows tho advances that have liavarln wus killed, Tucbday, lining been inailo In agriculture during the fired upon by an assuBsln. A sergeant lost twenty years, tho Increased yield of jiOllgo was also killed. Tho assassin per acre of tho corn, wheat, barley, la thought to bo crazy and was oats, ryo and tho hay crops Mug cerlously Injured by tho crowd be given. fore ho could bo rescued by tho po- niwis-terplec- Wo are running as n special this ww-k- , an ortlclo recently reprinted by tho College trom the Saturday Evening Tost on the young nui and collcgo life; his choice of work and his share of play. Tho article Is Irom the pen of Sen- WORLD NEWS Suffragette Defeat Themselves De cilive Battle In Mexico Prussian Officer Auasslnated Another Typhoon. DEFEATED UY OWN TACTICS-Th- e STORY WON'T DOWN If the fact that a story persists and ''gains credence as the daya go by can be taken as in any sense proof of its truth, there must be some basis for the claim of the compact between Governor McCreary and Congressman Stanley. The Congressman is reported to havo made denial of tho charge while the Governor seems to thiak it bent to remain silent. Nevertheless the report persists that Stanley is out of the race for the Senate, will run again for Congress, support McCreary for the Senator-shi- p in 1014 and in return be supported by McCreary for Governor the following year. The Beckham supporters profess to believe that the scheme has really been hatched and the claim is persistently made that the liquor interests of tho State are behind the compact. Mesnwhilfi the voters are beginning to think that the Governor had better get busy in the interest of the State's finances if he expects to get to the Senate or anywhere else except to political oblivion. Goes Further Than Taft Old Claims Marshall Lands Job Accounts Short to be Settled Reorganize Q. O. P. Follow Each Other to Death To Cincinnati Strike Before the Bar Fight Consumption Wets Win of the House. Moonshiners Captured Object to Their Pictures Ford's Home BurnGOES FUUTHEIt THAN TAFT Dy an dxecuUvo order of President j ed. Wilson, lost week, all fourth class MARSHALL LANDS THE JOB postmastershlps paying more than j Ben Marshall of Frankfort, endorsed open to compeUtlvo $180 are thrown by Congressman Cantrill and Senator exam nations. President Ttift'B order only Included tlioso drawing a salary James for tbo position of Collector of tho 7th District, won out over greater than $5(Ki. Editor Breckinridge of the. LexingSETTLED OLD CLAIMS TO BE ton Herald, who had the backing of An International board met In Treasurer McAdoj and at least the Washington, Monday, whoso business friendship of Pres. Wilson. It is to tako up a number of long CantrlU's methods aro scored In a standing claims of tho United States recent Issue of the Herald, proof beagainst Great Britain and vice versa. ing presented that telegrams against Some of the cases date back to the Mr. Breckinridge were sent freely Continued on Page Five from Lexington with forged signatures of prominent ciUzens. HELEN W00DR0W BONES 1 ACCOUNTS SHOUT May I be There to See Wednesday, June 4th. The Berea Commencement is in many ways the most interesting gathering known in this part of the world. There is nothing like it. It begins early. The band strikes up and the procession moves from Ladies Hall towards the Tabernacle at ten minutes past eight. By half pasty eight two thousand people are seated in the Tabernacle while other thousands are moving over the grounds to visit various exhibits. In the Printing Office the press and typesetting machine are on exhibition. In the Industrial Building may be seen the woodworking machinery. The Laundry and Agricultural shows, as well as some schoolrooms in which students' dressmaking and hand-mad- e furniture are shown, attract hundreds of visitors. In Science Hall are sliown some of the wonders of electricity and modern science. In Lincoln Hall tlier are still other sights, and part of the time the great reflectoscope shows pictures to an admiring throng. In the Library nobody reads the 26,000 books, but everybody sees the great picture of The Hoy Lincoln, the sword of General Cassius M'. Clay, the hunting knife of Daniel Boone, the ancient books showing the beginnings of the art of printing and book binding, and the autograph letters of great men. But let us hasten from these attractive exhibits to the great Tabernacle. From 8:30 until 9 come the industrial features. We shall see the trained nurses bandage up a boy who is supposed to have his shoulder broken. We shall see the agricultural graduates prune and set a young apple tree; and we may see the carpenter boys build u house in ten minutes. At precisely 9 o'clock a cannon will be fired which gives notice to everybody that the Industrial Department exercises are over and those of the Normal ready to begin. Berea's Normal School is famous through ten states for its training of country school teachers and for the high grades which its students get in all examinations. Twenty-nin- e young people, representing not only Kentucky, but Indiana, Virginia, Tennessee, Oklahoma and North Carolina will come forward with brief speeches. In the middle of these Normal graduating speeches two guns will be fired to give notice that people who wish can leave the Tabernacle while others come in, and at 10:20 there will be three guns to notify the crowd that the Normal graduates are through and the College grad- Contlnued on Page Eight The accounts of the Treasurer of the city of Louisville, Lloyd Gates, hvho rather precipitately resigned his poet ten days ago, were found by an expert accountant to bo irregular, Items Involving the sum of $3,344 being in question. Later advices chow that the deficit will bo mado good by tho former Treasurer. FOLLOW EACH OTHER TO DEATH Five miners followed each other silently to death at Owensbore, last week. An old mining shaft was being investigated, tho Superintendent of tho mining company, C. F. Frozier, descending a ladder to determine tho I depth of tho water in tho hole. No ' report could bo received from hlra. and ono after another four miners followed him. Later they all were discovered In Uio water at the foot of tho ladder dead, having fallen ns they doeccndcU, being overcome by black damp. TO FIGHT CONSUMPTION Tho joint session of the State Board of HealUi and tho Stato Tuberculosis Commission wa3 held In Frankfort, last week, and a cooperative campaign outlined for tho coming year. Tho tuberculosis exhibit car, formerly used by Uio has been secured and will Continued ou I'ae 1'ive THE HOUSE FLY llco. ANOTHER TYPHOON there will be found, mattered through tho luge of Tho Cltlien, brief articles on tho fly nuisance. A beglnulng Is made this week with tho history of tho tly In pictures on our Mh pngo Instead of u Itoein. Another Injunction to swat tho fly will bu found ou pufie For several weeks to come 4. Another typhoon swept over tlu; Phllliplnes n few days ago, doing great damage to property and resulting In a loss of niuuy lives among tho native h. So lnr the report Is no Americans are killed. LAWRENCE Y. SHERMAN THE ORATORIO On page C, will bo found. In condensed form, tho btory of Esther. This Is tbo subject of tho oratorio to b' rendered by the Harmonla Society, Monday evening, Juno 2nd. Wo nio running tho story lu order that thono who oxiect to bo present on that ocmay faniWnrlxu themselves casion with It. CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PACE ONE Miss Helen Woodrow Bones of Rome, Ga., Is now private secretary to She Is Mrs. Woodrow Wilson. cousin of the president and makes her home at the White House. The Xoung Mai and College Life His Choice of Work and His Share of Play By SENATOR ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE From The Saturday Evening Post Republished by Berea College Editorials. Nows of the. Wook. Young Man and College Life. PAUE TWO. Editorials. Teuipornuco. fannday School Lessen. PA(1B THREE Doctoru to Run Tho Government. I'AUE FOUR Local News Madison County News. PAGE FIVE Local Nows. PAGE SIX Serial Story. PACE SEVEN Poultry Management. Rnlaiug Tomatoes. Yields Cluing Up. Brick Roads. PAQE EldlT Eastern Kentucky Nows. Market. A Day In a Fly'B LJfo. Mr. Sherman was sleeted United States senator from Illinois for the short term. ing men. No busluess general ever selected his lieutenants with more accurate Judgment. Ills opinion on wen and affairs was always worth Nhllo. And ho thought young wen who meant to do anything except In tbo learned professions wasted time by going to college So when, searching for my final answer to the question this moment being asked by so many young Amorlcans, "Shall I ro to collegot" I answer In tho affirmative, I do so admitting that a negative answer has boeu given by men whose opinions are entitled to the greatest posslblo respect-- I admit, too, that nearly every city yes, almost every town contains conspicuous the very least, Collls P. Huutlngton was a notablo practical success. Ho wa3 wlso with tho hard wisdom of tho world; and ho had the g nlus of the great captain for choosTo say I illustrations of men who learned how-t"get there" by attending only the school of hard knocks. Ccrtaluly tho two most distinguished bus'ness careers In New York havo been made by young men who never saw a col lege. 1 o havo a man In mind whose performances In business havo boen as solid as they are astonishing. Twenty ' years ago he was a btroet car conduc- tor. Today ho controls largo propor-tle- a In which ho Is himself a heavy 'ownor; and a dozen graduates of the ' s uulversltles of Europe aud America beg the crumbs of business 'that fall from the table of his affairs. Wendell Phillips' Phi Beta Kap-- J pa address demonstrated 'that tho ro- lormers oi mo wunu, uuu muoi ui thoso whose memories aro the beloved and cherished treasures of tbo raoo, wore men whoso vitality bad Continued ou rage Two high-clas- 1 f Page Two. THE CITIZEN WASH DAY May 151913. The Citizen A vcrsltlcs nnd of American polytech- IJtieral terras given to nny who ohtain new thrall? uy tine HiSTiimu. iui lis SX&'SZ', In tho first place, though Sunday yearly Mitxriptluiiscnn teociteThe lor niinscii lor one year lis declared to bo a day of rest, most Advertising rate nn application. - of us need a rest after Sumlay before wo can get down to real work again, MKMni:K or When will women learn tliat Mon- family newspaper for all that If right, .1 i. any is iiu uay w wuaiw itn. .......... i. tvuyuiui m- . trua and Interesting, lltn Mfitlil'lir .ala..w1 tl.n ilLllnill I'uWWinl every T.inroUj t HeTi. Ky wash certainly hnd muro mlsgultletl rim bit I on than foresight. Some ono BEREA PUBLISHING CO. ha fliirrfAetrtH tltnt tutrhntia IliP I'll (liieorMinilrl) grlni mothers landed on a Sunday, J. P. Faulkner. Editor .Vd M.n.f.r. BBd ncCf from ,helrlong s.a reasonable to suppos" Subscription Rates thai ovxrytLg they had was d.r.y, l'AVAIII.H IN AIIVAN'CK a general washing day would be the One Year first thing thought of. ,Hl Monthi Wo havo outgrown the tallow tan Three Month dies and tho spinning wheels, the Semi mHev ty of ltprc Money Dutch OVens and tho COWllldo boots, Order, Draft. KeRMered Letter, or one ami two but tho washday still sticks, with cent tamps. to ho 11 The Arte after jmi'r mme on Inconveniences. Its t paM It It U not what itete your eluiue.1 within three wreVi after renewal Why does not tllO American hotise- notify in. wlfo arlso In her dignity nnd declare Mi.sinp ntimliers will te Rlmlly 5ipptlnt if we her emancipation from Its Illogical are notified. v, . . tinio-honor- KH.VTTCKY I'KlfrS ASSOCIATION. ENF0RS1N3 LIQUOR LAW Tho decision of tho Court of Appeals, last week, encourages tho belief that the liquor laws are to be enforced. John Duff, living on the Perry County sldo of tho North Fork of tho Kentucky Klvor, carried whiskey over the river in Jugs to Will Oliver and Bob SUernore, and collected off t.f them on tho Ureathltt side, Breathitt territory not being dry. Tho Court of Appeals holds that tho sale was mado in Perry County and Duff's fine of ,100 and twenty days in Jail stands, crossing tho river being declared as I 'Si.. I a subterfuge to evade the operation law n question about prohibition prohibiting when courts to and officials do their duty-h- ew tho line. of tho local The 7b '1"' T tf HAND-MAD- QUEER MEN Generally, Men are "queer," too. all tha't a man has to do to bo '"queer" 1? to prefer tho quiet ot bis home la tho ovenlngs and refuse to "drop in" on his neighbor.!, or to go out to "dinner-parties- " that are a wearlnes3 to tho flesh, or to prefer his own hearth-ston- o to thu club. Let a man bo studious, Intent upon reading, and ' hTpIous lulu hn lives, nnd luu at onco ho is "necu- liar." In other words, If ho prefers to 11 vo apart ftom tho world he is "queer." If. tor reasons best known nmrnra in tnt.-,- . n tn v,i,nir t, . Ma fnmllv sn,in wp.,'n wniL- 3 instead of going to church ho is "ec- u .....-!...- .. .o 1L UU bvio UI1U UU lO CUUklll., a oi i00 .i..., c.itii a American. orain, oulu. off wiUi that Judgment. Moro gener- 1B1 , , I havo'known without tho aid of the Itoset.a Stone, ally ho is an atheist. going tnronehth, menns of a Kiieplnl "ivvetn. mon to bo stamped as "queer" or as but by '" whoso ouly crlmo I could "atheists" . . to mareh i,w n find out was that they took advan- - translated tho disk, and thus Tho , 11 of Abraham was given to h.s tage o, tho only day they had to get ?ook bayonet exorcises an a breath of God's fresh air on a """worn, mere wero nono to tnat- - and myself chauced upon. They wero ,cnE n!s translation, for then none .1 ..... ...I sprlng or summer Sunday morning ...1.1. ... 'ty of .n'o, , , ,h,,.M.. n,i i. could road the Egyptian, and bo i"Tu""7. w,lu a" lno was neglected a real fight no point . o .i. . i"--l"u "u" 'i'i'-u-.....i oi.. most Invariably the men who made 10 WBtan .anguage nas oecomo . tho criticisms wero thoso who were Intelligible, and recently or XllTttl tno spending Inherited either not if. , Hlshon Spalding of Utah asked tho " 1 and devotion, they ,ttielr .leading Egyptian scholars to verify had not added years of palnstaklm Smith's translation. I know a man, living in a small or disprove drill which an American soldier would Christian Herald. community, who, in a quiet way, has, havo refused to submit to on tho perhaps, helped mere young men to ground that it was an unnecessary get on their feet, and made the YOUNG MAN AND COLLEGE LIFE hardship. A collego education Is precontinued from rim rage way smoother for more uufortunate cisely that kind of a preparation for people than any other man I know. not be6Q rC(iuced Uy college training, tho warfare of llfo. wealth goes out con- - and whoso kInship wjth the pooplo His But mind you, theso Japanese solBtanUy, but with that sense of tho and onen068 wlth tho soli had not diers and their officers wero In earnfitness or things that alono is worthy boon divorccd by tho artlflcal reflne-o- f est. Thoy meant to show tho world tho namo of cnarlty; tho kind that ment 0, a f0i ut j.hliipa that, small as they aro in staturo and in never known. was bitter even fanatical on th's recent as their adoption of modern Ono day tho minister of tho village subject, and was, in himself, a living methods has been, they, nevertheless was' deploring to mo tho fact that denial of bis own doctrlno. would try to bo tho highest typo of my friend was so ''queer." soldier that ever marched to a battle"Queer?" I asked; "in what way?" Two Sidesjof a Big Question field. If you go to collego. young man, "Why, ho novor spends tho lord's Kemeraber, then you who for any you havo got to bo In earnest too. Day lu church." reason have not had those years of You havo got to say to yourself: "1 "Do you know why?" I asked. mental dlsclpllno called "a collego nra going to mako moro out of what "Oh, yea!" was tho answer, spoken oducatlon" that this does not excuse Is In mo than any man with llko abilwith that obsoluto authority that Is you from doing great work In the ity over did beforo." You cannot so becoming to a minister of tho j world. Do not whine and declare that dwadlo remember "teachings of tho lowly Christ; ho is you could have dono so much better every day and ovory that. ofImaglno hour everyan atheist." it you had "only had tho chanco to day that you aro In tho real world An atheist! And then 1 thought ot go to collego." You can bo a success and In the real conflicts thereof Inmy friend; as devout a man and sin- - if you will, collego or no collego. At stead of in coliego with Its praccore a Christian aa God ever mado, least threo of those famous magicians tice conflicts, nnd handle yourwho, for years, was living a o' business which Chicago, tho com- - self precisely no you would if wblcu contained tho tragedy of a morcial capital of the Continent, has your wholoaroer depended upon each wlfo suddenly dying cf heart dlscas-- j given to the world, men whoso legitl-mat- o task sot for you. If you mean to go In a church, and who sluco that morn oporatlons In tangible merchan- to tho collogo for tho principal pur-poing ba-- novor been able to enter a dising aro bo vast that thoy aro alof Idling uround. wearing a church building. most weird, bad no collego education small cap and good clothes, and beAnd so cosily, so lightly, was ono and very little education ot any kind. ing tho adoration of your mother and adjudged an atholst, aud that by a 1 thiol:. Indeed, that very few ot your sisters on your vacation, you man ot God! Ladles Homo Journal. America's kings of trade over attend- had a good deal hotter bo nt work at ed colfego. There are tho masters of somo gainful occupation. College la deed Is trivial.' "No railroad management, too. Few of not helping you If that Is what you tbom havo been collego men; al- nro doing: It Is hurting you. "Not what you read, but what though the collego man is now ap- When Education Is WorseThan Useless you remember will make you wlso." pearing among them witness PresiGo to collogo, thorcforo, say I; but dent Cassattoftho Pennsylvania Sys- go to ecllego for business. Thoso drill "Tho best kind of sympathy la that tem, a real Napoleon of railroading, years ara tho meat Important ones of which lends a bud." yho is a graduato ot the German unl- - your llfo. ' tu,uu :Z:lZ ... ,u .. ..... ' Heightening up, the .V children's "Sunday best" must bo . 1,ost8 ot wl ,K5 , th10'" brushed and pressed and put away, answer; Jtlre the depleted pantry needs refllllDg tho dslro, n,or"' f ,h, after tho usual merry Sunday night " to decide this cu-raid of Jack and Jennie and their f,ouns f thr,M !laV'! young friends, and tho clothe miut ,"1w,,y,l orlltT money (o8l,end bo gathered up, sorted and made . w ready for tubbing. Table linen should i"" """" and yet are inspired with high bo darned before going to tho wash, resolve to make tho most of life. bad rents lu children's drssts and And I know ho'v devoutly they pray waists either mended or caught to- that they may choose tho better part. gether to prevent further tearing, and Still, with all this In mlttd. my tho worn places In sheets and pillow Is this: Go to college. Uo to tho slips reinforced by turning the s- tin:s best posslblo college you. I'atlent- or setting a pieco under them. Any ly hold on through for tho sternest dls- class of mending that tho laundry tub rlllllnn villi pnn utnliil until Mm .mirdu or Iron is likely to make more of a I.. completed. 1' It will not be fatal to task should bo dono beforehand. Jour success If you do not go; but logical .Monday With this as tho wu bo LWuV hcro,hm,;Mcha"cc to the world It you do go. I do not meat. ?h rvnil M1 that yur mlnJ wl b siu Inna i , nnn tin much more knowledpo that will bo .. , . Mn tl to you If you go thn-u- h co. laundry-dalego than If you do not go through woman feels herself bound to do college. Probably tho man who keens her work at Just such n tlmo nnd at work at tho business ho Is "J " ItoT Zr ,n CarS whra othcr mcn ar0 Etu' college acquires more information up modern woman's cherished that will bo "useful" to him In UU prerogative, "to do what I pleas, practical career. Hut the collego man when I please aud how I please." who has not thrown away his collego Southern Agriculturist. life comes'from the training of h.s Alma Mater with a mind ns highly HIS E RELIGION disciplined as aro the wrist and cyo Some timo about 1835, Smith, fco of tho skilled swordsman. .otody contends that a collg.. ho writes in his diary, received from Michael H. Chandler somo mummies adjs an ounco ' ura'n power. Hut if and two or threo plecfrs of papyri. colleso opportunities aro nut waated, They were ordinary mummies, Just such m,nd as tne sti"lent does havo llko tho millions of others found in U developed up to the highest ' and tho papyri contained tho slbI lK,lnt ot efficiency. The college stock Inscription? and drawings which raan wno ,ias not scorned his work any given situation a P- -eain thotomb3of all mum- i,r,-a-l ucnl amcKcr than his brother mlcs. Remembci. that at that tini. ... who. nl.lllfv l.n 1U. .... ; "rst aBJ'l'ua" grainmnr uau not ",u with- onnnl mo university. A man """"B oi apiwared; tho only Kgyptlan scholars wero.Champolllon and two or Uiree who ha3 bocn Instructed in boxing is . moro thnn n mnrpti trf n r. ..I otnerH wiin worn irvini? rn 8"e 8 M " .M 1 .. ,V . nnd braver man tins l "o meaning oi mo bgyniian enarac- er, wuu mo am oi tne ureeK trans-.- leaned tho "mnn 'v irtLri... i XJ"UV .... .. ... COlletro unit "" 3eua ""lon oa " 1 U0UB" galn uT,h tinnw1l.iiMsubstituted for musd0 tho Egyptian language could riot Tho house needs nic schools. And Hums did not go to coll go, nor did Shakespeare. Somo of our greatest lawyers "read law" In tha unrefined but honest nnd strengthen law- lug environment of the offlco. Lincoln was nut a cohere man. wna Washington. So do nut j Nclthcr fam'ly n!,d !"cuso yursclt " 'our ...1 . ",u """" ........ ,H" ....... " ,u" ' h!ul a Thai ts n0)'er. jn. cnn w,'' ,ou " 1 m e0 ro'wt c', " Ul ,nt " ,m.v lo ler uiau in lu iut fill 11 uuiu liu'iu stentu. And remember that tonn of tho world's sages of business have closed their llfef, wUdom with tho deliberate optulun that n collego education wna a waste of time nnd an ,0 0vcr.rcflncim,nt 0 ' Doi, ilnd, 1 ou see, I am trying to tnko Into "e5,",t very possible view of th.s nucrtlon; or I know how despontto a matter It la to hundreds of thousands of my young country- mea- "y they nro kn?w ,ltw old-tlm- o ,i.i 1 fl,VU J, ' ,r inU-n-- s- '' ad-vl- - . g y. T Z ' t, '"tand " . m ' ' jn I ;ri. .. self-earn- u11' ...-- .... " I f Jl .... Z r T .njJ V ' - co ""lans ! I Ufe-sto- ry so i , Ilo In earnest. I know I havo said Utat before; yes, and I am going to say It again. For If yuu aro not going to bo In earned quit: get cut' Itcsolvo to get absolutely everything thcro Is to bo had out of your Lesson VII. Second Quarter, For experience; nnd then get It. Oct May 18, 1913. It, I say, for Utat Is what you will (Conducted by the National Wmuan'i ClirlMlan Tempernm-- Union ) havo to do. Nobody Is going to glvu It to you. Tho spirit with which )ou THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. enter college Is Just as Important us HELPING TO PAY THE BILL going to collego at oil. It Is moro Important. Per If a man has tho spirit Next to Heredity Principal Cauie of Text of the Letton, Gen. xlll, 317. Insanity li Use of Alcohol, Says that will get tor him all that a colMemory Verm, 15, 10 Golden Text, Dr. F'errlt. lego duration has to give ho has tho Gal, vl, 7 Commentary Prepared by spirit that would make him triumph Rev. D. M. Stearni. America Is not Infrequently' accused In a contest with tho world even If of worshiping tho "almighty dollar" to The kovcii yeitra of plenteousne" ho did not get his ecllego cilucntlori. tho exclusion of higher Interests and were ended, nnd thu seven yearn of 11 would only be a little, harder for pursuits, nnd thu accusation Is nut ento come, nnd the dearth him; that Is all. Hut If a man has not tirely unjustified. Hut at times one Is dearth besnu forced to doubt whether tho nation, as wnx In nil the InmK nnd even In Cgypt, that mingled will and wish for a colnnd nil countries ciiine Into Hgypl to lege, education flaming throuxh his a whole, really hits n clear conception r.7l, One coin. Joxeph In buy corn (xll, fi young veins which makes him cap- of tho valuo of that Is said on good authority that ap- might Infer frutn'xll. .V, that some ot It going to able ot any sacrifice to get through proximately $21,000,000 Is paid by the the Kgyptlunt rather dHII-ecollego, 1 tlo not soo what good n colpeoplo of this nntlon ovcry year for Joseph Hie Hebrew, and no appealed to lego education will do him-n- o, or ido support of the insnnn, nnd rarely riianioli. but he In Id them low by say. any other kind of an education. Tho do jou hear any taxpapcr or decent Ing, "Oti unto .lieph; what he nalth Quicker uch a man Is compiled to citizens objecting to this enormous tnx to you. dii." So It on mo to pans that lu It hud boon In tho prhon, mako his own living without help for tho enro of theao unfortunates. Yet nil l.g.vpt. Hi Dr. Albert Warren Ferris, well fitted whtitMeer they did .liweph was the from any source, the hotter for him. door of It (xxxlx, '."Ji, How like th So, If you mean business, but havo to speak with authority, says thnt Kroat tttillt ron.ornlng tho Lord Jestn, next to heredity tho principal cause not decided whether It Is better for of Insanity la eitiier ih tnrro Knivimoii in nny uui thu uso of alcohol, not you to go to collego or not to go to necessnrlly In excess but most fre- cr" (Aeln Iv. I". nnd how iMrehlng college, scttlo the question by quently In moderation" an ovll which nnd hiimlllittlug to liuinnu pride l.i the deciding to go to collego. society not only tolerates but upon fart that If any who know of Mini will Then pick your college. That Is tti which It sets tho seal of Its approval not nccept UN free gift of lllmma Important a matter as chootdng your by legalizing the business of making they etttiuot ! mhvimI! More i a gre IVugtit In occupation in llfo. Ono college Is not ! nnJ -- clllng drink. Kvery tax payer contnit. Corn hnd to bo Kgypt. hut Jeotii Clirlst. having obtain rr. sl,oul( consider the question from tho im eo.l n nnotli.T for vmi. A vlownolnt of th writer In Good cd eternal redemption by the sacrifice of colleges mny bo equally excellent r Health who says, "When you see your of iiintsoir. givei it rroeiy to In tho ability of their faculties, lu como out of n unloon, remain- - ever will." tho iMjrfectlon of their equipment. Hut ber that his whisky Is but partly paid Jneob Mid to hli coin. "Heboid, I havo hoard that there Is oorn In i:gypt" each has Its own atmosphere and for nnd that you pay tho rest." j (xlll. not have hoard tin- lie traditions. Each has Its personality, ' It you may apply such a word to an WHO IS THE GUILTY PERSON?, lesM some ono had told. Many have never hoard of eternal llfo In Christ Institution. And you want to sdect j few toll, or soom to havo any-titho place whero your mental roots Young Men Stand Orunt of Their How Ik It? la It US worth telling. will strlko Into tho earth most mull- Crimes While Man Who la Moit nothltig to jou? Ho you enro? Indue ly and tako from tho Intellectual soil Reepontlble Goes Free. time there appeared before Joseph, surrounding you tho greatest jossible among thoo who cittuo to buy corn, No erne knowa better than the mon hli ton brother. Itonjainln having amount of mental forcu and vigor. Tako plenty of time, then, to find who preside over our courts of Justice lioon loft nt homo, nnd Jooph knew cut which, out ot a score of colleges, that tho criminal who should bo on them, but they did not kuow him (tern-trial beforo them la, in tho majority 3SI. Twenty yearn may have made Is tho best ono for you. Study their of cases, the legalized liquor trafTlc. moro I'h.'ttiRo In (tome than In others, j "catalogues," talk to men who havo "Kvery day," aaya Judge I'lncknay of thoy would never havo thought of been to theso various institutions, tho Chicago Juvenile court, "thcro am 'tut seeing In tho ruler of Kgypt tho boy rend every reputable article you enn ' cases brought before mo of young of Koveiileeii whom they had sold ns n find about them. Keep this up long boys who haro broken tho law while slave, nnd n to IiIk, to thorn, foolish enough and you will become conscious under tho Influenco of liquor. Thay and nbittnl dreaux, thoy had no doubt tantl tnB brunt of thelr actions, while long hIiico coaxed to give them n of an unreasoned knowledge that such ' thought. and such an institution is not the tne 0.n".upon w.h.om ..lhu goes tree. Jooeph had forgiven them nnd had place for you to go. Finally wrlto to aponaiuiiuy anouiu law And upon whom falls the roaponsl . learned to aoo the banil of (Jod In It . ii t, hi '' ,or lho mty "luor tnmc: ' '" "PtHTtutilly hnd come of tho group of colleges, one of which of thu drink.mniiH crlmlna, ,t II)ay bo , roturil ,ou. for tholr hatred, but tho, you mean to attond. get aald. na ou will Illahon Mvrlel in Huco's mn.i mtit,,i...i n,,.i n..,vinii .( somo sort of an answer from each atory said of Joan Valjean. "This aoul tholr orwit rLi .ilmIihI him. Thorn I of them; but If It lo only thn-- lines Is full ot darkness and aln ts commit no life eternal for nuy except penitent that answer will breathe something ted, but lho guilty person la not tho aluiier. and larnel ni n nation inu.'t of tho spirit ot tho Institution. Of man who commits tho aln but ho who become penitent beforo they can be pmducoH tho dnrknoas." In dealing itavetl. but n sight of Him will do It all. course, tho great universities will anwith crime then the question to bo Hpliw, ho ihviimmI (hem of swer you very formally, or perhaps considered Is who reduces tho dark- to which they replied. "Wo tire trim not at all. Their attitude is tho im- ness? men. twelve brethren, tho mini personal one. They Bay to tho world of ono man In the Innd of Cuuaati; nnd. and to tho youth thereof: "Hero wo GOOD yoittiKo t l Hilt day with CONDITIONS IN MAINE hrhiitil. aro. Wo aro psrfectly prepared. Wo our fat her. ami one U not" (verso 11, havo on hand a complete stock of Rev. Tvvomey la Finally Convinced 1.1). When wo consider tlitIr treatment education. Tako it or lcavo It. It Is That Treatment of Salcona In That of Joseph uiul of tholr father nt that time thev iniiKt havo elmnireil greatly not of tho slightest concern to us." State la Right Kind. to havo Tiifonio true tneii; hut If they A Small College May Bo Great If a rattlesnake croaaed my path." meant true men ni men go. or true In I havo no quarrel with that attitude. said Hov. Joseph Twomoy of Portland, tho M'liM of tholr not Ih'Iiii: xplea. but Theso great uulvorsltles aro going on Mo., In a recent sermon, "I would not having iiiuie truly for corn nnd naught " MnmN nil right tho assumption that you already stop to nrguo with It. or plan to find I boy w.iul.l luivo tlmo lodo como ttnii. havo character and purobc ; that you an excuso for Its existence, I would uit i nlready know what you aro about. kill it at once Tho saloon Is a dan rtu.ii i in unit IK heroIII K llll'ir I III IV lilt; f 111 prUon. And H another third day They aro ready tir you If you aro ger that must bo wiped out. Wo pun-- j story of deli veni nee. for on tho third Inli tho murderer whom drink has ready for them. And If you aro not crazed so that ho takes llfo In IiIh day Joseph miked with thorn nnd ready for them, If you aro only a druukon frenzy, but wo do not touch ngreod to let nine of them return homo rich person or a mero stroller along the man who sold him tho drink, nor w1"' corn, provided ono was left u prls- tho highways ot llfo, what Is that to do we attack tho state that licensed oner in nil iisxiiraneo (hat when thoy thorn? Why should It bo anything to him to sell it. I havo lived In Maluu came ngiiln for com thoy would bring them? Why should It bo anything to over six years. 1 came with a preju- their younger brother with tbom, Then anybody? Tho world Is busy, young dice ngnlnst tho prohibitory law. It thoy talked with ono another lu guilt of long of man. You havo got to mako yourself took a great deal to convince mo that ago. forpretencethoy tholr which felt that they wero It was worth while. Hut I now. say worth whllo If It pays any attention what I havo said many times, 'Port- now Hiirrorlug, and thoy remembered to you. tho anguish of hN boiiI as lie Ixvsought land, In proportion to Its population, compared with thoso places with them not to deal mi with him. but to The Ozone of Earnestness whose life I am Intimate, is tho let him return to hit father, yet they Making suro always that tho colCleanest place, so far as tho evils from would not hear Mm. I wonder If thoy lego of your choice Is well equipped, tho liquor tratnc are concerned, of did not hoar those heartrending cries solcct tho ono whero you will foel which I know.' Maine's treatment of inntiy n time during thutu twenty tho most nt home; other things bethe saloon la tho only ono which can years The memory of some ing equal, go whero there art) tho bo defended." will constitute no small part of torment of the lost, for It wna wild to tnost men In whoso blood burns the tho rich man who was In torment, "Son, flro which Is racing thru your veins. Looks Silly. remember" (Luke xvl. 'J.D. Sins forGo to tho college In whoso atmosProfeasor Nichols aaks thia perti- given mid blotted out by tho blood of phere you will find most of the ozouo nent question: "Is It common semie Lniiib will not bo remembered of earnestness. It may well bo that in tlrnHA n mnn tn baII Itnilnr tfinn the nKnl"'1 "V,s"; 25)' nml Iu'0, not you will find this thing In ono ot the lock up another man for buying It. and "y J" ' smaller colleges, of which there aro levy a tax on the cltlzon to tako cars stood nil thoy were saying,P" but ""' ho so many and such excellent ones scat- of the man who buys?" He says further that across tho face ?!")ku. .,u hem through nn Interpreter tered all over the nation. Cort-ilnniey inigiii not kuow mm juu of overy tax receipt there should bo ll,,,,rt wos Krt'nty touched. thoso llttlo colleges have this advanprinted In red Ink. "Tha liquor trafllo yrt; tage: their students aro usually very Is a direct enomy of overy taxpayer lu "ml l,c ,"rm''1 ll,H' ttn wept, but returned ngiiln and com- pofcr boys who havo to struggle and the land." inuiied with them, Then, retaining deny themselves to go to collego nt Simeon it prisoner, he commanded to cause of wealth. all young men whoso determination (1(,lr m to do their part In tho world Is so The laat census shows that Kansas , Rllck lllul Kre lem m,vMon great that hunger 3 a small prlco to la the second rlchost state In tho for die wny pay for that preparation which thoy Unlon and that while the per capita when they renchnl homo wltliout n K .r,..,80U,rl.i. U s""1'0" m,a ' think n college education gives them; their father, nnd 1300, that of Kansas ! $1,700. When that they could not go ngaln men whoso resolve to "mako someunless a banker of another state asked for thoy took Itenjaml.i i.lao. Jacob was In thing of themselves," as tho common an explanation why Kansas had so Krcat distress, si hat lleiijamlu saying goes. Is so IrresUtlblo that much larger per capita bank deposits d ,.X(.lllrm.d most thoy simply cannot enduro to stay than his own state the reply was, illullId never B uMry, "All theso thing,, uro iigalnst away from college. Kansas puts her money n tho Jianks. (vmu ,f ,l0 , tMm(, mv0 Such men havo hard muscles, mado while you put yours In the saloons." ,een the outcome ns wo now kuow It strong and tonso by youthful toll; how differently ho would have felt and Why He Changed His Vote. great lungs expanded by plow In tho tkl.d! llt N wn wrltt(l f()r us iUnt w m,Kl" ,,ul,uvo thai all things, tleld or axo In forest, norves of steel S?m. i tmf day children however dark they look, are for our toraporcd by days of labor In open taf. when one. of them, whose father o,, (oul. vllli .JS,, ,f w wollU, v air and nights of dreamless slumber ,ft,d: (!""- - 1,14 Wtvci love ," l0Ve which theso hypnotics of Nature alsays men mL vote for sa-- W0Uld Cll8t , 0f , , ways Induce. Theso men liavo strong, loon, are to blame for u. having such t(yl,iCnl Mll(8 s. gges- tirm mouths, clear, honest eyes that ft waaVhT ,ton 0,1 tl,ls a" concerning " nith look you straight and fair, and a Ui0 ""0 L ' ns" that though tnJ " wrM nn.l even Ills own know Him mental and moral constitution which , ,. ....... ,. saloons." ..... tlull. fit thoso physical manifestations. The l oblfty-oyc- d man novor Tho first and moat seductive peril m.V gets to such colleges. Fellows llko to. a young man I. the drlnklnf o f, 'ViS,11, W- - 205 lv- ,0: ! Joll llquor.-And- rew Continued on rage Three Carnegie. SUNDAY JCHOOL. col-le- y "wmwo-neighbo- ' lt v ,p,,wl "' e Ilrt '" 's thiii, tnr 'y,", ly UE!. ,. r!.!2 .T n,!. MMnT LZL Z ?VT, I i,,,,,,,,,,.. woak-cblnne- d, "iV.u ff ",' ...... i May YOUNG j 5, 19 13 THE CITIZEN. ly Page Three. man than tho sheer felicity of doing otructlvoT Ono of tho best of thtso courage them, do not sneer at them, mind That will only weaken yourself, men a man with a superb a real man's worl: In th9 world? Ctmtluutil from nxr two) trained uald to mo on this llcvo In other young men and you While I am on this subject I might bcllovo In as well cay another thing. IX) not very subject: Uicso earnest student will soon find yourself believing In tho honor of mcu, tho vlrtuo of "1 confess that I camo out of col- - .yourself. think that you havo got to Btnoko In tho' sacrcdncea of homo, and order to be or look like a collego man. lego with my Initiative atrophied. ) j That Is the most Important thing that tha American pcoplo hnvu a mis- A plpo In tho mouth of a youth does was afraid to do anything. I was a- - of all: bcllovo in yourself, sion In tho world marked out tor them not mako him look llko a college man I would mako a mistake If II Do not underestimate your strength, by tho Hulor of tho Universe. or any other kind of a man. It aim- - did anything; afinld I was not j Do not fear to attempt any task, And thcHO uro Just tho men among ply makes him look absurd: that is well encugh equipped to do tho i Thcro aro things you would llko to whom you ought to spend your do very well; sail In nnd do them' all, And If thcro Is over n tlmo on (things that suggested themselves; llfo If you aro ono of Uie same earth when you do not need thu afraid thnt If I did try to do anything Do not bo afraid of making a mistake. kind. stimulus of tobacco It Is while you (everybody would criticise what I did; Do not be afraid Uiat you wilt fall Hut you know what kind of n man are In collego. For tobacco Is a afraid that my old collego matco Supiiose yon do fall. Millions have you an), and, therefore, you will find wonderful vegetable. It Is, I believe, would laugh nt me. And I confess In failed before you. nut do not ever out, It you senrch with care, what tho only suUitanco In tho world which humility that I myself acquired tho adlnlt to yourself Uiat you havo fall- collego Is tho best for you. I Insist Is at tho same tlmo a stimulant nnd .habit of Intellectual suspicion toward cd. Try It again. You will win next .everybody who does try to do any (tlmo sure! "If at first you don't suc- uion tho Importance of tills boIic-tlo- a narcotic. ' It U a real, practical problem. real thing. I find myself sneering at 'coed, try, try ngr.in." How much sense College No Place For Decadents You will nevor havo a moro ImporVery wctl; you aro too young yet (young men who aro accomplishing thcro Is In these common maxims )f tant task BCtyou In coIIckc, when you to need a heart stimulant, too young j things." tho common pcoplo proverbs not finally go to collego, or even through- to need anything to booUio your Confirm this confession by drop- - written by any ono man, but axioms out your outlru life, than to select norves. If, at your tender nge, your ping Into a club when) such men that spring out of tho combined In- - , tho college which Is going to do you r.urvMi nro bo Inflamed thatlucy must gntber and hearing tho talk about tclllgcnce of tho millions' tho most good. So go about It with be aoothed, and It at the very tun- - tho ones who aro doing tilings In tho all Uie euro with which you would riso of your llfoycur heart la no fee- - world. You will find thnt until the .J list otand n3lde, and watch jotir- plan a campaign It you wcro a gener- ble Uiat It must bo forced with any ' men who aro doing things havo actu- self go by; al in tho field, or conduct an cxjiorl-tneyou had better quit cot- - t ally dono them, done Uicmwell, nnd j ctlniulant, Think of yourself as "Ho" Instead If you wcro a scientist In thu lege. College Is no pluce for you lr forced hostility itseir to accept wnat of "I." laboratory. you aro such a decadent; yea, and ! they have dono as good, honest pieces Pick flaws; find fault; forget the word of definite helpfulIn these This on" you will find tho world a good deal of work tho talk about them man la you, 'clubs will bo that of harsh crtUclsrn, ness on this subject: Do not chootto harder place Uian college, And strive to mako your estimate any particular collego bauHo you of Cut out tobacco, therefore. For n cneerlng contempt and prophecy ring truo. nt to bo known as a Yulo man, n young fellow In college Ills a rldlcu- - falluro. Guard ngulnBt that habit night i' Tho fruits of others then will dwarf nrard man, a Princeton man, a lous affectation noUiing more. Why? and day. You had better become an and shrink, Cornell man, or any other kind of a Hocauuo you do not noed tobacco yet: 'opium-cate- r than to permit this jnr-UiLove's chain grow stronger by ono world carve man. Remember that tho Is why. Tho time may come when alysls of mind and soul, mighty link, less than tho snap of Its fingers what you will find tobacco helpful, but It , Ucllevo In Uilngs. Ucllovo In other When you with "Ho" as substitute you sec other particular collego man you arv. What will not bo until you hnvo boon out young men. When for "I" tho world cares about Is that you of collego a long time. As to whether young men trying to do things In Havo stood a3ldo and watched yourshould bo a man a real man. It won't tobacco Is good for a man nt any business, politics, art, tho professions, self go by. Strickland W. o help you a bit In tho buslnes of stage of llfo tho doctors disagree, nnd bcllcvo In tho honosty of their you "whoro doctors disagree who shall deyour llfo to havo It known Uiat nnd their ability to do well what graduated from nny particular col- cider' Ruskln says that no really Im- thoy havo started out to do. Assume If you aru In mortal work has been dono In thu Uiat they will succeed unUl they lego or university. "The' foundation of every state Is politics It won't glvo you a vote; If world clnco tobacca was Introduced, prove that Uiey cannot. Do not dlo- - tho education of Its youth." you nro a manufacturer It will not but wo know Uiat this Is not true. add a brick to your plant; If a mer- 1 "would not be understood as having chant it will not sell a dollar's worth a projudlco for or against tho weed. of your goods. man shall uso Whether a Nobody can s what collego you went It or not Is something for himself to to. Nobcdy cares whether you went dccldo. Personally, 1 liked It bo well to collogo at all. Uiat I made, up my mind a long time Hut everybody cans whethir you ago to give It up altogether. Hut aro a real forco among men; and Uiero Is absolutely no excuse for a t everybody caroa moro and moro as It man young enough to still lie In col- clearer nnd clearer that you lego to use It at all. And It do oro not only a forco, but a trained not look right It surely docs not. disciplined force. That la why you Tobacco lu the mouUi of youth has ought to go to collego to bocome a something confmpUblo about It. 1 By Dr. CHARLES L. DANA, Professor of Nervous Diseases at trained, disciplined force. Hut how will not argue whether this is JusU- Cornell University and where you got your power! tho fled or not. That Is tho way most world of men and women, la far too reoiilo feel about It, and even it Interested In Itself to bo Interested their feeling Is a prejudice thcro is In that. no uso of your needlessly offending is in tho direction of hygiene, the scienco of the PRESER No Cushions! that prejudice. go to VATION" OF IIEALTII, as opposed to therapeutics tho And when you do finally And, of course, you will not distako ca.ru of yourwelf llko a grace yourself by drinking. Thero Is science of curing disease, that we must look for tho greatest man. I ara told that there are men absolutely nothing lu It. If you do not development in medicine. In collego who have valets to care think bo have your fling at It nnd Thcro nre, however, Bomo incidents connected with tho hygienic thcra. their room and their learn how surely Intoxications ap for st clothe. Think of that now I Don't pies of gold always turn to the bit- - Icrasado which may very well have a favorable influence on tho do anything like that oven If you nulled In tho ratine. Hut when :.: r fYVfJS TTTT? .nA'.nT nnn TTrmimn TT?nT aro a hundred times a millionaire. ;you do find how fruitless of every- DTJIUTIOX 0F HUMAN LIFE and prolong9 it most notably in you who read thing Of oourso you wca't but regrets dissipation is. be ; , , ., i.f i vj this because not ono out of ten thou- honent with yourself and quit It. He the cases ol people who nro leeoio in ncaiin, wno nro cnromc invuuuB. young Americans cau afford to honest with the mother who is sand ut'ln other words, it gives n LOXGEIt LEASE OF LIFE to those havo a valet thank Heaven' Hut homo praying for you and quit ! services of a physician. don't do any of tho many tilings which Hut this Is weak advice bo honest who nro most Hkeiv t0 rcquiro the of belong to that llfo BUT THERE IS ANOTHER ASPECT OF HYGIENE. UNDER WHICH wlU, that mother who Is at home of which tho keeping of a valet Is u praying for you and never begin It. ,THE DOCTOR WILL GRADUALLY BECOME A MORE IMPORTANT flaring Illustration. Later, when ou That's Uio thing never begin It' ' MAN IN THE COMMUNITY. THERE IS A GROWING TENDENCY ON havo "made good" with tho world Also, Uiero Is boiiio distinction In THE PART OF MUNICIPALITIES, STATES AND NATIONS TO CALL j man to help you with your person- j never beginning It for bo very many in THE DOCTOR TO REMEDY CONDITIONS WHICH AFFECT THE al affairs may not be amiss. It naves havo taken Intoxicants at one tlmo HEALTH OF LARGE BODIES OF CITIZENS, AND THE TIME IS r time, certainly. Hut I am now talking another. PROACHING WHEN MEDICINE WILL BECOME A PART OF STATE- of tho young man In collego and he So distinguish yourself and don't CRAFT AND WHEN DOCTORS WILL DIRECT AFFAIRS MORE AND needs no valet and chould not be ever take sUmulants. naword tLAWYERS LESS. ono. jtnau; and you will be a very little of a Don't let kind friends litter up man, very little Indeed, If you have got your room with a lot of cuHhlotiaatid to rcaort to tobacco and liquor to add such Btutf. to your blood and conduct that touch Tho world for which you nre pre- of dcvlllchtiess which so many think me paring Is no "cushiony" placo, let Is a necessary part of manliness. Intoll you; and If you let luxury relax deed, between fifteen and thirty years yout; nerves and scften your brain-tissu- I of age your blood will bo quite full nnd make your musclts mushy enough of tho untamed and dostwrate. n Bltnllar mental and moral condition I do not object In tho least to this will dovclop. And then when you go mustang period In a man's lite. , (Okut Intj tho real llfo you will find wltd was It Uiat was said or His- - j What xomo sturdy young barbarian with a marck? "Tho man who nt thirty will Spartan training nnd n merciless lu art scuttle a ship, at sixty will rulu n elbowing you clenr off the earth, nation." For, mark you, these strong, fearless, The More Fun the Better masterful young giants, who nre every Is a fellow to havo no fun? you day maturing among thu common peowill say. Of courte, have ull thu tun ple of America, nsk no quarter and you want; Uie moro the better. Hut glvo nono; nnd It Is such fellows you you need stimulants and tobacco must go up ngnlnst. And when you to key you up to Uie capacity for do go up ngalnst them thoro will be fuu, you aro a solium person Indeed, no appealing to father and mother t What 1 mean U Uiat you shall do '' help you. Father and mother cannot nothing Uiat will destroy your holp you. Nobody can help you but fectlveneus. l'lny, sports, fun, do not yourself. You will find that tho rush-Io- n uo inat. mey increase your enecuve- 1' business and tho mandolin busi- ncss. U'aiitiful property lies on the south side of Chestnut Street, Go in for aU.letlca all you J ness, nnd all that eort of thing, do please; but do not forget that Uiat Here a. Kentucky. , the lot l.e.nK 60x200 feet, fronted by a concrete not go In rou! life. t ie whole house; arranued for U not why you uro going to college, (walk; a concrete basement under Consider West Point and AnnniiollB. furnace-lu'at- : house also fitted for Kas lights. A young man Is a mnlo animal, Tit My undorstandlnit Is thnt tho men The house is constructed of good material and is well built. It ter all, and those who object to his whom tho nation la training thoro for has double floors, the top floor being of hardwood handsomely rioting llko a young bull on proper tho skilled dofenso of tho Uepubllc, times and placet) ore In a periKitual finished. The first floor rooms are finished in hardwood, the second who, therefore, must bo developand in hard pine. The building is also storm sheeted and is plastered quarrel with Nature. ed Into tho very highest types of thruout with p.ttent wood fiber plaster. There a,re three beautiful Don't Sit in the Seat of the Scornful tiled grates with oak mantels with large fronch plate mirrors. manhood, nro taught to cleun Ono tiling I must warn you against, and polish their cwn shoes, make The water supply is from a deep bored wrll on the back porch. their own bods, caro fur their own and warn you uuprcmcly; the critiThis is a most beautiful home. We are going to sell jt if we can. guns, and do everything else for cal habit of mind which somehow or Any one wanting a good home in Herea with an opportunity to send themselves. Do you think that Itlsn other a collego education does teem his children to school will find it to his advantage to write to Hicknell true & Harris at once. We will be delighted to give prices on this progood training for our genorals and to produce. Till a is especially Well, of the groat universities of ourKast. perty or any which we have. And we like to have calls altf for we admlralB? Of course you do, then, do you Imagine Uiat you aro Nobody admires those splendid Insti- can chow better than we can describe the property. going to havo an castor tlmo In your tutions moro than I do; but has not ev. There have been some good bargains in the way of vacant lots business or proteoslon than tho of- ery ono of us many times heard their and residence properties sold on Jackson Street recently. We have ficers In our army and navy! Don't graduates declare that au Irrojiarablo still some splejidid offers to make properties running in prices from You mischief had been dono Uicm while. $500.00 up to $4000.00 right in Herea and j'ust out of Uerea. We you bcllovo It tor a minute! aru not going to havo an easier tlmo In thooo unlvorsttleo by tho culti- should be pleased to have any one take up the matter with us. thnu they. You oro going to havo n vation of a sneering attltudo toward Yours very truly, especially toward every good deal harder tlmo. And by "hard ovorybody do& tlmo'' I, do not mean an uuhappytlmo othor young man whom thoy eco What greater Joy can thoro bo for a ing anything actual, posltlvo or ron- MAN AND COLLEGE LIFE wo-mu- n, , ld col-lon. nt ! at , n. pur-posn SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- g Training that adds to your general education. power, combined' with VOR, YOUNO MBN Agriculture, Carpentry Printing, Commercial. VOll YOUNO LADIES HomeScIenco, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nura-In- Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Ocnoral Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others llko yourself and give chance for most rapid progress. 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For thuM who are not expecting to teaih and who are not going through College, but desire more general education. This Is Just tho thing for thoso preparing for medical studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives tho best general educatlou for thoso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to teach. Courses aro so arranged that young pcoplo can tctcli through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on In their course of study. Head Dlnsmore'o great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Tbla 1b Uio Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College and provides standard straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy ic now Berea's largest department. 6th Door This la tho crown of the whole Institution, coursea in oil advanced subjects. Questions Answered HEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College wIUi JU Doctors, Not Lawyers, Will Soon Run the Government ad-leg- o, I T eco-tere- i it-- ' J AP-Jo- affiliated schorls. Is not a money-makin- g InsUtutlon. It rcqulrea certain fees, but It expends many thousands of dollars each year for Uie benefit of Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save In evory way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulaUons to protect Uie charaetor and reputation of Uie young people. Our students come from Uie best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be sick tho College .provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings, am many assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except In winter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of thelrexpen-ses- . Write to the 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 classes regardless of Uie weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoe are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet arUclea, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. Tin College asks no rent for Uio fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffeo or extras, $1.35 a week. In Uio fall, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc This Is paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hosoltal, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuIUon or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students Is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $C00 ann $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 TKKM Incidental Fee $ 5.00 $ 6.00 $ 7.30 ISootn , Board 5 weeks 4.00 6.75 15.75 6.76 22.60 5.00 6.76 17.75 6.75 24.60 5.00 6.7C 18.75- Amount due March 26, 1913 .. .. Board 6 woeks due Apr. 30, 1913 . 6.75 25.50 es Total for term If paid in advance S22.00 FALL TKKM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION hCIIOOLS 1 5.00 S24.00 ACAUKMY AND NUIIMAL $ 6.00 S25.00 Incidental Fee Room Board 7 weeks 10, 1913 5,60 9.45 7.00 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 COIXEGK $ 7.00 7.00 0.4-, Amount duo Sept. Board 7 woeks, duo Oct. 29, 1913 .... $20.05 9.45 $29.50 $23.43 9.45 $32.30 1 Total for term If paid In advance S20.00 $3I.40 S32.40 ! 1 This does not Include tho dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Winter Spring fall 1'otal Stenography and Typewriting .. ..$14.00 $12.00 $10.00 $36.04 12.00 10.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) ,. ., 14.00 36.M Bookkeeping (brief course) Business course studies for students In 7.00 6.00 6.00 18.00 other departments: Stenography TypowrlUng, with one hour's use of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., 10.50 7.00 9.00 6.00 7.60 5.00 27.00 18.00 BICKNELL HARRIS, Com. S.1C 1X0 1.80 Arlth., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at d Any Berea It there Is the will to do so. It Is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time in the pubjlo schools going over and over the same things, when they might bo ltnproT-In- g much taster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies vitk some of the best young men and women from other counties and state, Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, Spring Tona opened Wednosday, March 2CUi. HURRY. For Information or friendly advice write to Uie Secretary, able-bodie- Berea, Kentucky D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Page Four. THE CITIZEN. SWAT THE FLY BEFORE IT IS BORN. The four principal steps In organiz a campaign ngalnst tho fly aro as V follows: First To educate peoplo as to the deadly naturo of tho fly. Second. To kill on all winter flics. those hiding about tho hoiiscs. watting WHICH OF THESE IS BEST their season to foragu. Homes, Third. To do away with nil breeding Trading With Catalogue "Sight Unseen," or With Merchant places for flies. Who Helps Pay Local Taxes Fourth. To trap all (lies which happen to escape. Catalogue houses or home merThe extermination of the winter fly Is n problem fur the Individual house Noto tho following quota. chants wife. Don't let one fly escape. Hunt , tlons CATALOOl'E HOUSE. for them nil nnd kill them party In the spring, for the winter lly Is tho parent You buy "sight unseen." You buy (usually) Inferior good. of mi minor's terrible swarms. I You pay spot cash. To do away with the fly breeding You are subjert to liulcllnltu transP'nces Is merely n matter of cleanll-I'rlencas- - clenn "dines, gnnlcns nnd ynrds. portation or other delays or damClcnn, !,nd. J,"'?"- - ages. aro nroe v It en. You fir In t aire sustaining n Giant Houso ' Carrying out tho fourth step, the sale' or Corporation or Trust, at some of fly traps should be encouraged In grout center, every store. You help trndo congestion nnd To sum It nil up, swat the lly before colossal fortunos at remote points to It is born. the damnge of local Interests, With shortages or damages or discrepancies to adjust, at nrms length you are at a disadvantage. You cannot possibly hope for anyFLY FIGHTING MAXIMS. thing like exchange trade. Your doubtful advantage or profit Be up to date. Swat tha fly. Clean up and boost. In some Instances, Is more offset by Eternal vigilance should be conditions beyond your control or t your watchword. vntir lnflmnp The fly le a home wrecker. HOME MERCHANTS, Destroy it. You can make selection. When the fly comes In the You get what you pny for. door good health goes out the You ran have reasonable credit If window. you wish nnd are worthy of It. It's not work that kllla man, but worry. Swat the fly. You get what you wnnt when you want It. You buy of your resident friend or neighbor, helping to pay locnl taxes to support jour public schools and home Industries, and employ home people. May 5, 1913 Miss Clara Detlord, a student of th S ? Normal Dept., left for her homo In o l'ulaskl County Inst Monday. Miss draco Englo spent tho latter o part of, last week with her parents, at o McKee, returning Monday, with hir NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A o brother. VARIETY OF SOURCES Last Thursday tho students met for 0 united chapel nnd wero addressed by Rev. Phllllpson, nnd also by .Air. .1. Miss UnJta .Mason has been coniolt- - W. Sparrow, of Cincinnati, n represent cil to Icavo school on account of her latlvo of tho Sons of the Revolution! health. After going to her home In Both of these gentlemen had been Sandusky, O., shu expects to go went. procured as Judges for tho Junior DeOld Hickory and Studebaker bug bate which occurred IAS CITY I'HONK tho previous Berea Bank & Trust Co gles, better and cheaper than ever evening. Office over nt Chrlsman's. Notes with security Mr. anil Mrs. Harrison llruiinumnii accepted. (ad.) from Wlldlo visited nt the home of Mr, II. Harris Is building n new Mrs. Nannlo Brannnman, Monday. DAN H. BRECK Former Students nnd Alumni! Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock dwelling on the proiicrty ho purchased on boone St. from J. K. linker. If you can not come to Berea this INSURANCE Mr nnd Mrs. J. l Ulcknell were Juno, have Berea como to you, by Will sign your bond. In Hlchmoiul, Friday. Lotting a copy of tho Senior Book. Richmond, Ky Urcss Boeds, plows, and wire fence Phone 505 CO cents, postpaid. Address (ad) at Welch's. Secretary D, W. Morton. Korea. Ky. Don't leave Uerea withStudents! North Oound, Local I K 0 A CONTEST 7:00 a, m. 10:55 p. m. out subscribing lor the Senior Hook. Knoxvllle 3:62 a. m Only 26 cents. Seo any College Senior. 1:07 p. m BEREA Just arrived, a car load of the Tho annual contest of tho Ken- 7:46 a.m. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati latest Improved farm machinery, such tllck" Intercollegiate Oratorical Asso-a- o South Bound, Local drills, harrows, planters, cultlvnt- - , elation will bo hold In Georgetown, 8:16 p. m 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati Jay evening, Stay 23rd. 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. ors and plows of tho James Oliver UEREA Uerea s representative, Mr. Louis J. 7:00 p. m. 6:60 a. ra and the J. Q. Casa brands nt ChrlsKnoxvllle Karnosh, Is planning to glvo the same (ad.) man's. Express Train. t oration, "Medicine for the Mob," Miss Graco Parks of Kingston No. 32 will stop at Berea to take Saturday and Sunday with Miss Dora which so easily took first place In on passengers for Dayton, O., Rich tho homo contest twforo Christmas. mond, Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Colum Ely at her home on Chestnut St. FOR SALE: House and three im- Tho Citizen predict another triumph bus, O., and points beyond. for Mr Karnosh and Borea on the proved lots. Hydrant and flno w.-South Bound. In yard. G. W. Hook, Elm St. Berea, night of tho 23rd. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati There will bo flvo contestants repKy. 11:65 a. ra. BEREA Taylor Muncy Is spending a fw resenting all schools In tho AssoNo. 33 will stop to take on pas sengers for Atlanta and points ba- - days with his mother and father, Mr, ciation except Transylvania. Should Berea capture tho medal It will mean and Mrs. H. .Muncy. ond. North Bound John Welch purchased a fine auto four successlvo victories In oratorical 4:45 p. m. BEREA mobile last week. . 8:50 p. m. Cincinnati Judge T. J. Coylo Is attending court In Richmond this week. Frailer carts at Chrlsman's (ad.) Mrs. Maggie Benge from Oklahoma Mrs. Ella Stivers and daughter of Is visiting at tho homo of her broth Kingston woro visitors In town, Sat er, Mr. T. J. Coylc, on Chestnut St. She does not expect to return home urday. Tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Joo before June. Watson on the Walnut Meadow pike Mrs. Everaolo from Hyden has been has beea brightened by the arrival of visiting at the homo of her daughter, a fino boy, he has been named Lewis Mrs. J. C. Stelle. She returned homo, Davis. Saturday. Special fertilizer for oats and grass, Mrs. Judge Lou Lewis from Hyden corn, tobacco or truck gardens at has been spending a few days with (ad.) relatives and friends in Berea. Chrlsman's. Rev. McMurry will preach a serDon't forget May 24th, Subscribe mon especially for teachers at the now for tho Senior Book, 25 cents. Baptist church next Sunday mornMr. and Mrs. Will Hanson and chil ing. All teachers are given a cordial dren from Illinois have como to sicnd invitation to bo present. tho summer with Mr. Hanson's father No other concern dares to glvo a and moth'er, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel gaoaoooooaoooo9ooooooaoooaoooooo LOCAL PAGE I era' Ink. They san't get out expensive catalogues, but they can do bettor by using spnen In local publications, which takes less money and Is mora effective. Tho Chicago mnll order houso that hud n Judgment of over $13,600 assessed ngalnst It for dishonest deali ings Is probably a fair pattern tor tho Tho parcols post law Is earnestly championed by the mnll order houses. j Tho mall order houso novor gives 'your boy n Job, nover paid dues Into your Idgo, never subscribed money (for your church, netcr did your com- munlty any good. Tho mnll order houso preys upon tho prosperity of thousand of towns. vamIt Is n veritable pire, Tho mnll ordor houso convicted of swindling Its customers should bo a warning to buyers. Gold bricks nro numerous In the mnll order business. Those who buy of homo dealers who get their printing done at home help homo Interests, Look for bnrgalns In the ndvnrtlslng I columns of your homo pnpers, not In mnll order catalogues, s depress tho value of their own Investments when they deal with mnll order houses. The moro a man buys of mail order hoiiKfti, the worso ho Is off at tha end I ui ma ill blood-suckinHomo-ownerV. s ing I iv owoototoioaoaoaototoaM.oiotoaoaoioaoaoaoiofloooi rest. DR. BEST, DENTIST o "'I!" ""T8 I t sp-n- Ireland's Increasing Prosperity. Ireland goes on booming Industrially She raised four million shoop last year, shipped nearly thirteen millions of llnun from Belfast to tho United States alono, and other exports wero: Cattln, 115,734, 575; butter. $17,883,-C0Of the and eggs, II3.C37.050, acres of the "old sod." 2,300.000 are In hay, 12,500,000 In pasture. That Is more than of the total acrwage of the Island. The Irishman gets his potatoes out of 587,000 acres. New York Press. three-quarters 0, BUGGIES "The best Buggies in the World" at Welch's PARRY, PHOENIX, SECHLER and BANNER HOUGHTON, Served Her Right. certain lady, who was always anxtous to let her friends know that she was not the sanm ago as her husband, once remarked to a visitor: "My husband Is fifty years of axe ference. Reciprocal business Is often practic- and there are ten years between us." able to your own bonoflt. The caller, with an exclamation of You promote a wholesome and surprise, said. "Really, now, why you look as healthful feeling of Interdependence young as ho does." Penny tectorial. that is a mutual benefit. You nld In of business, to tho benefit of your own community. You seldom havo difficulty In making satisfactory adjustment of dif- a a healthy distribution A WHICH IS IIESTT HOME TRADE POINTERS The dollar you send to a mall order house never comes back to you again. Mall order bargalns.are usually dear ones. be. guarantee like Welch's. Why? they haven't got the quality. so Hanson. The mall order catalogue Is a heart others." less deceiver and la so Intended to Merchants should fight the mall order evil with Its own weapons print- Most Advanced of Tea Drinkers. From Vienna Consul General Dcnby writes: 'The Austrian! probably us a Dinner average quality or tea tnsjj any other people In the world, except perhaps tho Russians, nnd these two nations prepare their tea for drinking In a more Intnlllgunt way than (ad) C0LLE6E ITEMS Joseph Coylo returned to his home Prof. Horace IS. Cromer preached in Hamilton, 0 Monday. In Harlan, Ky., Sunday. Miss Ella Adams, Miss Mattlo Mc- Mr. Thos. Frye of the Normal De Gulro from Richmond and Will Braua. partment conducted services at the man spent Saturday and Sunday at Sunday morn Brush Creek with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Methodist church last ing. The Misses Ambrose, Pitts and aswell. sang, and Mr. Morton was also by Pohl 16 per cent fertilizer is known present, and assisted In the services. everybody. Sold at Welch's, (ad) Mr. Chas. J. Llvengood of Clnclnnat Dr. Botkln and wifo spent Sunday last Monday with tho Doctor's mother was a visitor of tho college and Friday and Saturday. at London. It looks like everybody is going to ralMr. T. J. Coates, Supervisor of Ru contests during tho past two years. FREE SHOW Schools at Frankfort, Ky., was to Welch's. (ad) All success to Berea's representa give a lecture to united chapel last A troo show tor tho students was Mr. Richard Pigg has been spendtive. given In tho chapel last Saturday ing sevoral days with friends In Be- Tuesday morning, but was unable to till his appointment. night conducted by President Frost. rea. BASEBALL NEWS Tho Normal Graduating Class went Tho college band rendered several Miss Hattlo Carr returned, Monday, ' pleasing selections, tho ladles' picnic to Potts' Mills, Montrlt an extendod visit with relatives out for a after The second of tho 6erles of base cong, music was furnished on tho vio day afternoon. The beautiful day was in Williamsburg. played conducive to a most enjoyable time. ball games this cc&son was lin and banjo, and Mr. Norman Imrle Miss Laura Spence of Richmond The Student Volunteer Band en between the Normals and Academy recited several humorous productions. spent part of last week with friends joyed a trip to Brush Creek Caves men, Monday. Tho latter won by a Part of tho hour was spent In movin Berea. last .Monday. Prof. F. O. Clark ac- u scoro of 8 to 3. ing pictures, and slides wero shown Mrs. Lcttle Gay Cay wood and chil The lino up was as follows: companied tho party of fifteen mem- of tho student parado that afternoon. dren are making an extended visit oers, Academy Normal ana tne caveo were well exwith relatives in town. 'nTrrow gap MacGroagor Illllman ss plored. Five cars of fertilizer now on sale a Phillips c Vanilook Mrs. A. E. Thomson of Lincoln All day services will bo conducted , Chrlsman's. (ad.) 2b Hembreo Institute Is vlsllng with Dr. and Mrs. Brown at Nat row Gap nest Sunday. Mr. Mr. Chas. W. Matheny, a former Harrison lb Hunter Cowley this week. Hudson Is In cbargv. Berea student, now of Harrlman, If Bush Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Herndon wen Halo Tenn., accompanied by his fathsr, Couey NO BOOTHS TiTlSYEAR P guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dlnsmore Baker spent a few day3 of last week with the Lewis cf Jones at Booue Tavern lost Sunday. Voted by tho City Council that the friends In Berea. 3b Jameson Tho Utllo Dulco Literary Society Martin ordinance permitting tho renting of A party of young people went on rf Parker Palmer booths and othor street privileges on a fishing trip to Ford, Monday morn- was entertained at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Roberts last Saturday night. tho streets of Berea, Ky., be suspended ing, returning Monday night. BISHOP MG DOWELL IN BEREA Tho regular program was given, after for ho year 1913. The little Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Z. which refreshments wero served. Wm. GUmoru Best, Clerk. O. Logan Is very sick. Dr. McDowell, one of the youngest Mr. J. C. Bowman was called to Borea Collego will sell no booth Mrs. Andrew Sharpe and children, Altamont, N, C, on account of the and greatest bishops of tho Methodist privileges this year on any of Its Mrs. B. R. Robinson and Miss Nannlo Illness of his mother last Saturday. church, Is to bo In Berea and speak grounds. Robinson spent from Monday until The Misses Welsh, Raymond, and In Chapel, Friday afternoon nt 4:30. Wednesday In Blue Lick, visiting Mr. Smith spent from Saturday until SunBishop McDowell Is ono of tho great Y. M, C, A. WORK GR0WIN8 men of our tlmo, a speaker In the and Mr. Maupln. day on Robes Mountain. During tho post year eight new Miss Deulah Young enjoyed a visit Tho friends of Mr. nnd Mrs. Garcia, samo class with Bryan and Rooue-vel- t. Wo bavo waited mauy years to mountain Young Men's Christian As- week from her brother of Baldlast both Oerea students for several years, win, Ky. havo received word that a little son catch this visit nnd everybody should "oc'a"4"3 "vo been organised with has arrived In their homo, ills nam" put asldo othor engagements and be ' u''ne3 ranging in vaiuo from flvo 10 mjny mousauu dollars. Jn each Is Edmonds, Mrs. Garcia will bo re- there to hear him I InRtiLnp. thttflA hllllfllnpn worn clvitti membered as Esther Isaacs. bjr mlnlnB companies. Theso nssocla- BLUE LICK Mr. Garcia has a good position In tlons aro open every day In tho week, Hamilton, O. Next Sunday evening Instead of the -- nil are tho only uplifting Influences Tho Academy graduating class had ' tnos places. their class picnic last Friday after-- customary preaching services nt 3:00 A! U'fipL'O ru In About 30.000 industrl- Vn t .,.- et.A LVislnrn nl I ,t.. .'nlnlr A I noon. Boardlnc the southbound in ."w"v wo ww uavo boon reached In th Is 7 School services at 2:30, there will bo . i i Wcblng service at 7 o'clock and mnnW. This work Is directly super- htLXa rau8lc Song Vised by tho State Committee of the " "h AT,0" terrD: Borvico will begin at C o'Flock, and Kentucky Ablations. aU aro cordlallr lotted to como early V.... walked hon, in Vh -.- -Ul enough to Uko part m this also. happjPi ( i N I C? TAXJOTICE Tho city tax for the year 1913 Is now due. Remember the six percent penalty and six cent Interest will bo charged on all taxes not paid by i.t August 1, 1913. So look mo up and pay your tat, and savo tho 12 per cent. W, L. Harrison, City Tax Collector, Berea, Ky. (ad) If you want to get Clothes, Shoes or 7,098 CHILDREN IN MADISON Furnishings that will satisfy you in every way, come COUNTY There wero 7.09S children of school ago In tho last census of Madison County. It is of vital Itnportancn to each ono of theso who shall bo County Superintendent for tho next four years. Prof. Harvey II. Brock, who Is a candldato for this office, has had years of experience In both County and High School work. Ills expert-o- n co Is ripe to tano hold of any phus: of tho work. (ad). and see the excellent values we now offer in New Suits New Shoes New Hats New Trousers New Shirts VlnaT QH-DOILMI Fills 2 Boskets at Our Store Quality and Weight are found in ovary article purchasm here. Is it nuy wonder that we have such a big Irudo? Wo want yours. at the New Caps New Underwear - The -i, Palace Meat Market and Grocery U. B. ROBERTS, Proprietor. Coyle BuIMbig, Main St. Phone 57 New Hosiery New Ties Racket Store "iri'l1" redJ' . HAYES & GOTT The Quality Store BEREA KENTUCKY I TELIPHONE NO. 40 CALLS W. O. MOORE, at the Nicely Stand i i For all kinds of FEED and BREAD STUFFS, Potts' Flour and Meal in any quantity, Corn, Oats, Hay, Straw, Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed. Wc are able to furnish feed in car load lots. Plows, Disc Harrows and Farming Implements MAJN STRJOCT, CLARKSTON L9R Mav 15, i q i THE CITIZEN, FORDS HOME BURNED 1 1 1 Pag Jfive that most excellent paper The Citi- Tho homo of Col. II. C. Ford of ....... t r.i.ii a. Thero aro 103 tradicra employed In Imumiunuuiu uuuil'U, nuiuiuajr family members of tho tho county schools o( Madison County. Each ono I vitally Interested In who had narrow escapes. Tho loss Is cstl 'wilt bo tho next County Superintend- - mated at ten thousand dollars. Col, Ford Is a member of tho Governor's cnt. . "inff. Prof. Harvey II. Ilruck who In actively canvassing fur this office, MRS. RICHARD L HARQREAVES was a county and High Hchool teacher for years and I In touch nnd with every phaso of Uiu teachers work. (nd) JUNIOR-SENIO- R FOR SUPERINTENDENT The Story of Queen Esther Ahasuorus, king of Persia, gavo command to chooso out of tho virgins of his realm all that wero most beautiful. When ho had collected n stent number, tho most beautiful of all was adjudged to bo Esther, a Jewess, whoso parents wero dead and who had been brought up by her uncle, Mordecal. Tho king had given command Hint thlu maiden should bo most daintily clothed and cared for, and, when she was brought ticforo him, ho fell in lovo witli her at sight, and made her his wlfu. Her undo then moved to he I Shushan to bo near Esther, whom loved as Ills own daughter. Tho king had mado a law that none should approach him on his throne, unless they woro called, and men stood about his throne with axes ready to slay any who dlsoocyed tills law. However, If, on tho nppronch of anyone, he held out his golden scepter, they should not bo slain. Some tlmo after this two men plotted agalnHt thu king's Ufo. This known to Mordecal, who warned Esther, and tho king was saved. Mordecal was not rewarded for tills deed then, but was allowed to bo about thu mlaci, and a record wus mado of his netlou. Hainan, Uio most powerful ruler of tho king's realm, was ultowed free access to thu king and was worshipped by all Uio people, almost as a god. Rut Mordecal refused to bow down to any but Uio true God. This bo angered Uio proud Human that he decided to have revenge. He, therefore, went to the king and basely misrepresented the wholo Jewish nation, and secured an edict to have them all destroyed. be-ca- RECEPTION stu-den- ts Every social gathering of Mr a Is dcllghtiul, but unco in n whllo thero Is ono which Heiins to ctand uhuvo all others "xir excel-lencIn quality whoso memory Is swoctor and lingers longur In tho minds of tho participants. Such 'was tho reception given, Monday evening, by tho ihuw of '11 to tho class r.f 13. Tho Jows woro terrified, nnd Mordc. cat urged the queen to go to tho king unbidden, though against tho law, and Intcrccdo for her pcoplo After much urging tho queen decided to go, oven If oho should perish. On approaching tho king sho became t,o frightened that sho fell before Uio king Jn a faint. Tho king's heart was touched and ho caught her up nnd extending his golden scepter, assured her that her tetltion should bo grant cd, to thu half of his kingdom. Then sho Invited tho king and Hainan to u banquet. That night tho consclcnco stricken king could not sleep, and ho called for tho Scrlbo to lead the court re cords, und tho account of Uio king being saved by Mordecal was read whercuon, tho king declared that Mordecal should be rewarded. At this point Hainan entered, and king exclaimed, "Oh, Hainan, what shall I do unto tho man whom tho king dcllghtcth to honor." Tho conceited Hnman, thinking, of course, that Uio king meant himself, replied, "Let him wear the royal ap parel, and rido on tho king's horse Uiru Uiu streets, and let tho king's most noblo prlnco declare before him, "Thus shall It bo done unto tho man whom tho king dcllghtcth to honor." Tho king then commanded, "Take the apparel and the horse as thou hast said and do even so to Mordecal Uio Jew." Following thla, at tho banquet, when tho king again asked Esther far her poUtlon, sho exposed the base revenge ful plot of Haman. At this tho enraged king ordered Haman to be hanged on tho gallows which Haman Uio Assembling at ladles Hall at 7 . ru., each senior lobed In his cap and gown and escorted by a Junior, nnd with several members of tho CUlegu Faculty, a prooeailon was foriikd and marched In stately tnuuner beneath tho friendly beams of thu mooti to tho hoHpltabtc homo.of Prof and .Mrs. J. It. Itobcruon, Tno Seniors wero no greatly and Joyfully surprised r.t tho sight which presented Knelt on their arrival that Uivy could s.arc ly find words to express Ih lr d lUht and appreciation, for thero In thu center of tho spacious lawn was a lofty maypole with Btrvamcis ot ma.zu and blue, tho Senior colors, stretching out on every side from tho top of Uio pole to tho ground. A row f Japaneso lanterns encircled tho lawn and alter they wero lighted, tho Senium woro asked to wlud tho jole, tho bluo streamers being given to tho girls and tho yellow ones to thu boys. When It was wound they wero ak-o- d to roveroo their position and unwind It, and then kneeling at tho foot of tho polo, every Senior girl was crowned with a beautiful wreath of tho locust blossoms and roses, by Junior boys, and tho Senior boys received a white roso from tho fa.r hands of tho Junior lassies. Tho guests wcpj next seated on tho lawn and a moat hearty and cordial address of welcome was given by Mr. Scoles, tho president of tho Junior class, which was responded to In earnest and heartfelt words of appret. ciation by Mr. PortiT, the Senior Tiny "scrolls of fato" attached to bunches of violets by tho Senior colors wero then distributed and furnished much amusement when read, for In prophetic words they foretold tho future of each person present. But after this camo a most myfcter-leu- s and aweuomo thing, for out of a burning bush at ono side of tho lawn was heard a prophetic voice, relating tho praiseworthy qualities of tho Seniors, and In bits of witty rhymo depleting soino of their marked charptv-den- aj MUM Btti j MBP 4 j I I Orace Bryan, youngsst daughter of ths cretary of stats, probably will spend a grsat dtal of tlms In Washington. 8h was married only a short tlms ago to a young business man of Lincoln. Ntb. UNITED STATES NEWS Continued I rum war of lbl2, the total amount Involv ed being suvan million dollars. Tho tribunal was arranged for by 'special agreement In 1910. TO 0. O. P. In At a conference of Republicans 2G Chicago consisting of United States Senators and thirty two other Republican leaders, representing nine states, proposal B looking to tho cf tho party wero dls-- j cussed. Tho National Committee meets in Washington May 21th, and r, this conference was a seeking to give tono and direction to tho Committee's work. Tho matter 'Jt reorganizing on progressive lines was discussed. j BEFORE THE BAR OF THE HOUSE Ranker Chas. C. Glover of Washington, was ai rested and taken be- t foro tho bar of tho House of Representatives, Saturday, and thero rep rimanded by Speaker Clark for violating tho privileges of tho House. Tho offenco of Mr. Glover wub an assault mado upon Representative Sims of Tennessee ou tho streets In Washington for a speech tho latter had recently mado. Tho accused read a detailed aMogy. STREET CAR STRIKE IN CINCINNATI Tho employees of tho Cincinnati Street Car Companies went on a etrike, Friday night, and by noon Saturday nearly every street car in tho city bad stopped running and citizens woro having a good deal of I troublo getting to and from their places cf business, old bicycles, carts, 'drays and other discarded means of travel of former days being brought into requisition again, oven some people using their long unused legs. Serious rioting waH reported Sunday resulting In Injuries that may prove fatal to two. This was duo to an effort of tho comiKtnles to uso strikebreakers or "scabs" on their curs. ( fore-runne- rct one had prepared for Mordecal. COLLEGE DAIRY HERD SHOWS HIGH PER CENT OF BUTTER FAT ing edition will bo sent to all parts of tho United States for 50c iostpald. Thero aro several kinds ot foods that might tako tho placo ot tho potato, and for variety It Is well to occasionally miss a meal and substitute one of them. Tho cheapness and availability ot thu potato Is a great .factor In Its popularity. Rice, macaroni, bread crumbs and combinations with theso foods will mako quite a variety to use in placo of potatoes, occasionally. Rice cooked until tender, mixed with a llttlo butter, sprinkled with grated cheese and onion. Repeat with another layer of rice, and bake. Makes am a llttlo better, already, though a most nutritious dish, which may bo thoso nearest may not notice It. It served as a vegetable. shall be my effort to merit all that Rico and tomato, baked In layers the partiality of theso friends has and well seasoned with cayenno peppromptod them to say. .My purpose Is per, makes another acceptable dish. Rice, plain boiled, served In a pretty to wrlto to each, as soon as is exmound, garnished with parsley, will pedient, and to call upon those In make a most acceptable addition to when Mrs. Oodgo and 1 mako Tho rlco may bo well seaour visit there, beginning on tho 23rd beefsteak. served on soned and a plate, aa on Inst. does mashed potato. The 9th of May was an Ideal one Macaroni With Nuts. Take a cuphere. In point of weather. The day ful ot cooked macaroni, put It In th was made a notable ono for me by bottom of a buttered dish, sprlnkls tho surprise breakfast party which with any kind of coarsely broken nut my de.ir wife had planned and tho meats, add a cupful of white sauce, picnic dinner In u grove, arranged for cover with buttered bread crumbs and bako until the crumbs aro brown. by hor and my brother and sister-in-laHominy Is another food rich in nuProf, and Mrs. Lawrcnco. triment which may be served as a With renewed Uianks for all re- vegetable. Season, and serve well cooked, as potato with meat, or It may membrances, be combined with cheese and white LeVant Dodge. lte-rc- a, zen. On Uio occasion ot my 7uth birthday, yesterday, May 9th, I was tho happy recipient ot a host of congratulatory letters. My heart prompted me to undortakc, at once, a prompt personal acknowledgement to tho writers, I had responded, In a hasty way, to two or throe scoro of thorn, when, lot today's mall brings another of letters and ostals, I strike my colors! It Is easy to see that I cannot promptly respond to all theso valued greetings, dolnR It with my own hand, wlthoitt seriously crippling tho work dovolvlng upon mo In connection with an Impending Sunday ncrvlco and tho Grand Army Encampment Just following. If Uils llttlo letter npears In thu next Issuo of Tho Citizen, It will sKedlly reach tho cyo ot very many of tho valued friends who have written. Theso will pleaso receive It as an assuranco that I am deeply moved by their assurances of friendship and lovo. I hopo to bo mado bettor by theso many and evidently sincere expressions cf appreciation. I think I avn-lanc- $BINET tltlp J. Do thy Hten draff wearllr? to hoar thy brnthrr's burdnn. Ood will bear both It nnd Kltxaboth Charles. B THY burden hart and henvyl th. POTATO SUBSTITUTES. acteristics and eccentricities. Tho last feature of tho evening was tho serving of Ico crvnm and Individual cakes, after which thu company took leave each ono feeling that his cup of Joy was brimful and IN OUR OWN STATE ConllniMtl (torn f mi " bo sont ovor tho stato In the summer. Tho launching of an educational catupalgd was discussed and ono of the plans Is to Introduce an antituberculosis primer In thu schools. THE WETS WIN Tho long contested local option election In Georgetown was declared to bo a victory for thu whiskey fcrces by tho Court of Appeals, Saturday. Tho election was held In PJU and most of tho voters In favor of local optlou remained at homo because they understood that thu election was PUBLIC ATTENTION Somo questions have arisen of late of In regard to tho butter fat content Tho members ot Uio Berea Cemetho milk from tho college farm dairy. tery Association are spending a good To satisfy not only ourselves but the deal of tlmo and money to rid Uio grounds ot all rubbish, weeds and Inquiring public also, Prof. Montgomery and myself havo Just completed unsightly material from Uie prem 'lses. They earnestly desire Uio co an official test of tho entire herd. Tho entire herd gavo a general av- - operation of all owners of lots to crago of 3J per cent which Is .5 per spend a lltUo Umo on their property cent higher than tho general require- In Uio cemetery before the 2oth of ments of tho laws of tho country and May In order that Uio friends who cities controlling the sale of milk. gather thero on decoration day to Somo of our cows tested as high as 4 lay upon tho graves of Uio dead some per cent, which Is extra good. The little token ot tender memories and lowest any cow tested was 2.7 Jcr affection may get tho impression 'that wo do havo on Interest, and cent, which Is not very bad. I novo been told that the college that wo do care for tho resting placo herd was tested about two years of thoso of our loved ones whom we ago, and tho general average at that havo laid away. Fraternally yours, tlmo wns about 2.5 per cent. So you Jas. A. Burgess, can sou that tho latest test shows Secretary for tho Association somo Improvement In the butter fat content of Uio milk now produced. FIRESIDE INDUSTRY PICNIC I will say In conclusion, that the cream can not be separated from Mrs. Ernborg, tho superintendent of milk by tho gravity process as milk from Berea's Flrcsldo Industries, gave a easily as It can from tho the most enjoyable ouUng to her staff of other breeds of dairy cattle; globules of fat being heavier do workers on Tuesday. Evidently weav not rise to tho top as readily as ing and the loom coexist with the holiday spirit. A well loaded wagon tho other. took the party to Bear Knob where W. L. Flanory, Supt. I Mrs. Barrett mado all welcome. The young pcoplo played games. Mr. Lewis BTOK THESENJOR furnished the music and all learned Tho Berea College Senior Book pub- tho grace, spirit and charm of Folk lished by the graduating classes will .Danco. Mrs. Frost brought a welcome addibo out May 24th. Eighty pages of school news, pictures of all the lit- tion to tho party and all wero merry. erary societies, graduating classes, Play is good for all. It was agreed nthletlc teams and other organizations that Mrs. Ernberg Is a vcreatllo and will mako It a feature Interesting to charming hostess nnd that tho picnic every Btudcnt In Berea, as well as I was a success. former students and alumni. It will HEARTFELT THANKS contain a brief and Interesting hisHol-steln BIB HILL ITEMS Big. Hill, May 12. Itev. J. W. Parsons filled his appointment at Pilot Knob church last Saturday and Sunday; also preached at the school houso Saturday night with a large audience at both places. Mr. Parsons preaches twice a month at Pilot Knob church, second Saturday and Sunday and tho 4th Saturday and Sunday. On Uio fourth Saturday services will bo held In tho evening. Tho other appointments as usual. bauco and baked. Hominy Griddle Cakes. Add hominy to a grlddlo cake batter, and cook as usual, or add to muffin mixture and bake In the form of gems or muffins. Bread Crumb Omelet. Soak. a cupful of bread crumbs in hot milk, add two well beaten eggs, season with cayenne; add two tablespoonfuls ot grated cheese; season with salt and When set, cook In an omelet pan. place In the oven to bako the top. ' tost Saturday. Mr. Patrick Keeco and family spent a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Roece, but returned to their homo In Jackson County, Sun day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Tiff Chasteen spent Sunday with Mrs. Chastoen's mother, Rev. II. L. Ambrose was very sick Illegally called. Tho point at Issuo was tho failure of tho sheriff to post notices of tho election at tho tlmo Indicated by tho law, tho court holding that tho word "shall" referring to tho exact number of days wus not mandatory. MOONSHINERS CAITURED Flvo men, accused of being mom-bor- a of tho band of outlaws that killed two revenue officers and wounded a third, moro than a week ugolu Piko County, woro cuptured lato last woek. Two members of the band aro still at large. Thu meu submitted without a struggle, tho posse surrounding them in their fastness being so larso that rusistunco was useless. OBJECT TO TJIEIlt PICTURES A great many of tho guests at tho big society event given by Mr, and Mrs. Lollua at their homo neur Lexington, some days ago, aro entering strong protest to tho use by moving picture firms of films made during torical sketch of Berea College, Unicoi, Tcnn.. May 10, 1913 an Alumni Department, a Funny Sec- Editor of Tho Citizen: KINGSTON NEWS tion, and will bo bound In a hand-som- o PR1SCILLAPICNIC I feel compelled to ask another fa- cover In three colors. The stu- favor, In addition to tho mnuy courte Kingston, May 12 Misses Mabel Tho members of tho Prlscllla club dent edition will cost 25 cents. Mail sies already received from you, thru and Leila Klanory, who are attending with their husbands and families school in Berea, spent from Saturday gathered to tho numbor of soventy ou until Monday with their parents. Prof. Robertson's lawn last Friday Mr. Beverly Broaddus, his two sis- ovouing with their baskets of good things and held a picnic Buppcr. oo to 1, C& A. P. SETTLE'S STORE Tho odor of frying bacon and the and look at their large stock of fragrance of ooffeo together with tho DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND EVERYTHING KEPT evening breeze whetted tho appetites, whllo conversation and Jokes made STORE IN A FIRST-CLAS- S tho tlmo pass too quickly. Prices very low on everything Mrs. Stophcns and Mrs. Robertson Large stock of Ladies' trimmed Hats at the lowest price acted as hostesses for tho occasion. vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Benton, who liv ed hero several years ago, wero vis iting In this neighborhood, Sunday. They now live at Bybytown. Mrs. Kato Green. Mls3 Magglo Abrams, who Is In cchcol at Beroa, was homo over Sat urday and Sunday. Tho hookworm doctors wero here tors of Panola and Eva and Hugh last Thursday and found 11 cases out Lowls spent Sunday at the home of of 56, nnd ono tape worm. Lewis Brandenburg. Mr. Tom Logsdon and wife of Paint Claud and Gertrude Todd of Brass-fielLick visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Haley, wero tho guests of Suda Powell Sunday. last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Haley spent Sun Mr. and Mrs. Kit Parks of Berea day with J. M. Haley. spent a tow days with the former's George Plgg's baby was burled nt parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curt Parks. Narrow Gap last week. Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Moody made a Mr. Fargay Caldwell, from Wallace- - business trip to Richmond, Friday. ton, paid J. II. Wilson a visit. SaturMrs. Elizabeth Murray bought a day and Sunday. now horso and buggy, Monday. Mr. Joe Clrcillls Is vlslUng in this Miss Ethel Laweon spent Sunday d, In Plttaburjj. i Visitor "I noUcs barrels at houso corners under the pipes that receive the water from tho eaves and roofs. Why don't they let this rain water run Into the sewers? Native Because they are The thrifty. That water from the sooty roofs has a market value and many Plttsburgs families all to their Income by bottling it. The Visitor Bottllnc ltT What forf The Native Ink. Tho with Verna Parks. Hardly Complimentary. A widow not 100 miles from Blahoy Auckland had been in Uio habit ol THE BIG HILL STORE d. living any old boots she had to spar to a customer for bis wife. Not bar !ng bad any for some time, be called and asked the widow if she had any boots, adding: "Ye see, my missus be such greet, lang, ugly, splatherlag feet, that Aw canna get a pair to fit her only yours, an' she a an wear them Exchange. comfortable." FERTILIZER Better and Cheaper Than Ever KNOWLEDGE AND INTENTION KNOW HOW" and "THE WILLINGNESS TO PRODUCE" Othetwiie called "THE Equity, Globe or V. C. J THE GREEN 8EAL people have the necessary KNOWLEDGE and the good You can't afford to buy until you get prices, terms and analysis on one or all of the three best brands made, at INTENTION tho big-- event. said that practically every part of tho ontortalument was bhown in tho eight hundred foot of film, even to tho danoo. And tho pictures arubo clear that tho distinguished guests can. bo recognized. Tho protest niuy spend Its forco in indignation, though thoro aro threats that tho courts may bo resorted to. It is Green Seal Paint will Convince Yon Formula on CHRISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE MAN" BEREA, KY. eyry package, FOR 3A1X BY J. D. CLARKSTON, Berea, Kentucky. Page Six. THE CITIZEN. afTifT shoes, upon which n tiilti coating of dust had settled. Halg surveyed him and then stretched out over the dashboard h lean shnnk, the trouscr of which had not felt nu Iron for many n day. "Tou'ro n regular dude beside me." "Oh. have It your own wny," John ngreed with as good grace ns possible. Ho could nut well explain that he nnd Katherlne had been In love, that he was still In the same case though she had probably recovered, that he had persistently stayed nwny from her fof the sake of his cnce of mind, and Almost any excuse for yielding will serve u lion one Is resisting it weakness to which one Isith wishes mid does not wish to succumb. On the shaded enstern terrnce they found a small group of young people of lioth sexes, llnlg saluted them with n triumphant hall. "I've brought him! Now, jou broker tnnn. I'll Itet you $10 be can heat you, best two out of three nets." Kntherlue rose nnd came forward to meet them. CJregg dccompnnlod her. nluiost with the nlr of a host. It seemed to John. They greeted the newcomers cordially, Kntherlue with such a notnhle absence of constraint that John, "In" had nerved himself for nn ordenl, was rather heavily let down. He could nlniost have believed that she had forgotten the ride home under the October moon. It was undeniably pleasant to loll luxuriously In the comfortable wicker chair, wntchlng the play of animated young faces, from whose freshness neither work nor worry had subtract cd, ngnlust the background of green-awarand Howerlng shrubbery. Occasionally he tossed u light word on the eddy of conversation. He noticed that when he sjioke all, especially the men, Bhowed interest. Ttrat, too, was pleas, look"c7T d May 15, I9'3- - His Rise to Power BY HENRY RUSSELL MILLER ant. Later Gregg reminded Read of This Stirring Battle Against Civic Evils That Are, and For the Honor and Justice That Should Everywhere Prevail SYNOPSIS Senator Murchell. .leader of the state machine, and Bheehan. local boss of New Chelsea, offer the nomination for district attorney to John Dunmeade. Ounmeade la Independent In his political Ideas. Dunmeade will accept the nomination. Ills father, a partisan Judge, congratulates him. Ills Aunt Roberta urges John to call on Katherlne Hampden, daughter of a capitalist. Katherlne Hampden Is a worshiper of success. She and John are friends. Jeremy Applegate, a political dependent, cam. palgnsfor John and the state ticket 'In New Chelsea lives Warren Blake, a 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. Katherlne's peril In a runaway reveals to her and John their unspoken love. John publicly "turns down" the machine of his party, Jo fin" 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 busted." puts Bheehan on trial for political corrupThe promised Journey to the rldgo tion. had not yet been made. Bheehan Is convicted and flees. John One nfternoon Halg found him busy meets Halg. a novelist, who U Introduced In his olllco. "How's the bosslet? Had to him by Warren Blake. Halg and John visit the Hampdens. a shave today? Keeling conversational? You nnd I nrogolug out for a little Blake proposes to Katherlne and Is He praises John to her. Murchell drlre this nfternoon." has a visitor. "We'ro not I hope you nre. I'vo The visitor Is Backett, head of the At- got things to do." lantic railroad, trying to keep the Mich"This American habit of Industry Is igan out of the Bteel City. He wants Murchell to retire. The latter cannot In- becoming n posltlvo mania. Are .vou duce John to stop his attacks on the ma- coming peaceably or will you go anychine. John and Katherlne meet. how?" "I'll do neither." John continued his "HutT nftliough (ireps spent nearly every week end on tlie ridge. John writing, Halg seated himself, "All right." did not keep lilw promise. Indeed, b deposited his feet on tho desk besldo bad little, time for recreation, and that John nnd commenced nn apparently little was put In with Halg. with whom Interminable monologue on the apocrybo was rnpldly cementing a friendship. phal cleverness of n dog ho onco had Tbo Juno primaries were at hand. owned, John felt less pride than responsibility John threw down his pen In disgust when lie found that he was expected "I surrender," ho groaned. "I'll go to to lead the campaign to capturo tlio get rid of you." county nomination) from the machine "Thought I could persuado you end that, by tacit cousent of friends Como right along. I've got a buggy and enemies ullke, upon lilin devolved outside." tlio task of choosing the reform ticket John put hi papers away and meekHo Rave much thought to this task. It ly followed to tho walling vehicle. was not simple There were many tin. Halg drove, 'chattering volubly of worthy gentlemen, ho discovered, will-lo- g whatever came Into his mind. Hut to ho swept Into otllco by the wave when Halg turned Into the rldgo road of popular protest. And ho could hnve John Bllrred uneasily, learned here, had ho been bo minded, "Going anywhere In particular?" that even a reformer must employ tho 'Anywhere you'd like to go?" "Xo-Q- j Wisdom of the serpent. lie achieved I guess noL" results si whjcji a ,iolltlelan might vvliTeli were on TEe ' 'TheH e'll""go""Fo the nampdens. whole very promising In tlio Unlit of There's always somebody there." his Inexperience. "Oh, no, we won't!- - Let's go bark , In Hals John found nn unexpected like the south tbo other direction. novelist hid road better." but Invaluable 'aid. The Tho once been a political reporter "Oh, you dol Why not Hampdens?" j reform ticket was nominated. Mur"Well, you Fee," John began to exchell. cynically willing to let the re- plain lamely, "Hampden nnd I aren't form wave run Its brief course, withon very good terms and" held his hand. Hereft of Us familiar Don't 1 know that7 ne "Lord! weapon, fraud, the machine was easily spends most of bis time enumerating thoroughly conquered by a people Even riumvllle cave the reformers a small majority, nalg hailed John as n "little boss." John' Indignantly rejected the title. "My work Is done, or, at least, will bo when they're elected. I can't interfere with them then." "Say. aren't you afraid the cows will take you for n bunch of nice, green, succulent clover? Just wait," Hale grinned, "until they're In ofllce. Make no mistake, sonny: you'll need to keep a tight 'rein on them About a year from now I expect to see somo pretty little, homemade Illusions badly have "SneereflTbut T "I've brought him!" fool yon are.. I sometime thluk his list Is incomplete. Hut what difference does that make? lilm. There's a Wo aren't going to I want fellow up there (Jrogg-th- at you to play tennis with." "I haven't hud a racket In my hand all summer," John protested. "Mat'ht nlchts nusl I'vo never seen you pliiy, but you can beat lilm. You'vo got to. He's got my scalp so often I bavo to take revenge by proxy. Huskies, you need n little frivolity, You're beginning to take' yourself seriously, nd that's a bud sign." "Hut I'm not. fixed up fr.lU" Johu the different kinds of him of the promised match, nnd when they had donned flannels It wns played. John lost, although after the first set he gave bis optionetit n hard game, (iregg proved a generous compieror, finding more excuses for his lucky victory than John could hnve devised. The latter enjoyed every jvolnt. especially when Unlg, grumbling something nbout a "thrown match," paid his let. Afterward, In the physical contentment consequent uon hard exercise and a good tubbing, he stayed to dinner, a very gay. Informal nffalr served on the terrace by candlelight. John was almost regretful when the time came to leave. Late that night, going over the day. be found that he had talked n great deal with Katherlne, but never alone. He was leaving. "I nm very glad you came," she said brightly. "You will come again?" "And nm glnd. I certainly shall." Then It whs he thought he caught n question lllckerlng momentarily In her eyes. Hut the question. If there at all save In his Imagination, was gono before he could make sure. He was silent during the drive homeward, and Halg. busily humming the pilgrims' chorus motif, did not try to Interrupt his thoughts. Hnlg's parting shot as they separated was, ".Vow I've shown you the way, go up there often. You'll be a brighter nnd nobler innii for It." John went, not often and always In nalg's company. It Is true, but oftcu enough to keep burning brightly the Ores within him. If Julio's love nffalrs remained In statu quo those of another advnnced at lenst to n climax. Amid tho cares of banking nnd trusteeships Warren Wake found time to contribute to the gayety of the ridge that Is to say, he was frequently to lie found on the Hampden terrace, nu Inconspicuous, often half forgotten listener to the nimble gossip nud badinage. ,Had he been more obtrusive It Is probable that snublx-Into staybe would have i ing nwny. Hut que does not greatly resent tin nttentlous of a shadow, nnd one day ho proposed to Kntherlue nntl was rejected. "Why don't you marry Johu Dunmeade?" he asked abruptly. She turned on hint angrily. "Warren! That Is nn" ho Interrupted "An Impertinence," ngaln evenly, "You will allow me this I'm not likely to bother yon time. You were In love with much again. Lilm last Hummer. And you aren't the sort that forgets. Nor Is he, I think. IIu will go further than any of us bo'll go better. Ho Is what you need. With me with (iregg you would be merely a pleasant Incident. You know that yourself. I think you're lighting ngalnst that knowledge. Don't do It" It wns the longest speech she had ever beard from his lips. When they were Hearing homo sho turned to him again. "I didn't know you nnd ho were friends." "Wo nro not." ho replied simply. "Ho doesn't cure for me." "You nre mistaken nlxmt him nnd me," she said steadily. "Hut that you Oh, could plead for him when you I call that flue. Warren!" sho ended Impulsively. "I'm thinking of you," ho said. "Since can't have what 1 want I want you to have what you need." When he left for more than nn hour the sat. chin cupped In one hand, gazing out over the green bills. Once "It's Just a Jumble," she sighed, "What I want. I wish I weren't so Hho did not Indicate I wish he" what she wished, nnd she was not referring to Warren Illake. 1 1 "Afew TaysiriTeT"fTnr senator's re- fTenriirrrorsoinell.luiTfo do wKli Ms turn New Chelsea wns vlslled by a mood. Then another vision wns nccordod monarch. Hut he came Incognito, with a notnhle absence of regal splendor. To blm-- a fat white horse lazily drawBllas Hicks, nt the station, appeared n ing nn ancient top buggy In which sat short, square whiskered, slcrt mnn who Senntor Murchell, for nil the world n prosperous farmer passing Into nge sked to bo taken to Senntor Murehcll's ninld peace nud plenty. home, A minute later enmn a knock: at his "Senator's out to the farm," Sllns re- dooi, "Come!" he said. hack-mesponded In the oimilsclcnco of "Afternoon, Tbo senator entered. John." "Then take me to the farm." "What can do for you?" Arrived nt the farm, lie received an"Humph! Don't seem cry glnd to sco other command-t- o wait. A hired mnn me. You might ask me to sit down," was repairing a broken plnce In the John iHilnted to n elinlr. "Why fence. I'ro m him royalty demanded to It's your courthouse, Isn't It?" kiow tho whereabouts of the prime "Understood you'd taken n mortgngo minister and was told to seek lilm In on It yourself Intely." Murchell snt the potato patch. down, looking genially at John. In the middle of the potato patch tho "So you think I'm n bad man nnd a beheld the figure of bis minister, dlsgrnce to the state?" tho senator Invisitor arrayed In a pair of the hired man's quired at last. overalls nnd it straw tint of enormous "WVli. Just about that," John said brim, busily hoeing. Toward this truly quickly. rural figure Snckett for our monarch "Told Miss Itoliertn I'm a bad man, Is no other than the president of the didn't you?" great Atlantic railroad mnde his wny, "1 could hnve said that you are n considerably to the damage of the vines shameful force In politics; that you beneath Ids feet. have exploited n great party nnd the "Careful!" admonished the senator. Ignorance of the people; thut you hnve e "Walk between the hills." built up n machine for the solo Saekett lieenme more careful. "How of looting tlio state; that you have are you, senator?" wer by compelling pubgot and belli "How'ro you, Saekett?" lic servants to use the Inilucnco of Their hands met, to part Instantly. their olllce to poriietuate your machine "What." Saekett demanded. "Is tho nnd by buying the votes of the matter with Hhcrrod?" There's probably n lot more, "He wnnts too much," Murchell an- If 1 only knew It. I've never henrd swered briefly. that yon used your Mwer for any good "I was talking to him last week." thing. Without profesiou or business Murchell turned on lilm suddenly. you nre n rich mnn. How?" "Told you I ought to get down from "Humph!" grunted Murchell, who the head of the organization, didn't he? had listened w ithout display of feeling. Told you that Adelphln nnd the Steel "Doesn't mean much. You'd hnve hard City nre turning against me, that he work proving nuy of It." wants to Is- - governor nnd that the Bteel They relupsed Into sllenc. John people want Pnrrott for my Job In the looked out of the window, awaiting In senate, didn't he?" cold slleuce the senator's next words. "You fellows," Saekett exploded Ir- Murchell preserved his usual Impasritably, "had liettcr settle your squab- sive front. It wns not tho first time bles or you'll give some Incendiary the be had encountered the Intoleraucc of chance to step In nnd raise Cain. The youth. Hut never before, wive during trouble Is Shorrod Is close to the Steel the Shcohnn trial, hnd tho intolerance City organization, nnd the Michigan Is pierced the crust of the man. trying to get Into the city." Tho secret He broke the slleuce. "What do you of the royal Irritation Is out A com- want to do?" peting monarch Is making ready to In. "A good many things you wouldn't rode his dominion! understand principally, I suppose, to Murchell smiled bitterly. "So that's smash you and your organization. It? For twenty yenrs I've been doing That prolwbly sounds funny to you." your dirty work. And now nt the Murchell did not Inugb. He merely first thrent of competition you'ro ready felt pity for an unpractical young to throw me over without a scruple dreamer. if you think It's safe! It Isn't safe, "You can't smash the organization." Saekett" "It must Ik- - smnshed, tiecatlso It exeyes snapped angrily. "I'Te Sackett's ists to deprive the ieople of the right my duty to my stockholders, of whom you nre one. Can you keep the Mich- of self government" "A pretty phrase. It's common sense igan out?" don't want to gov-erpolitics. The "I don't know, so I won't promise. themselves-th- ey can't. They need But have I ever fnlled you yet?" you can do It You're some one to tnke the burden from them. "I don't lelleve you going to smash us?" too unpopnlnr with the organization. How nre Is- simpler than you think. "It may Tou've been too strong handed. Things tho people are ripe for n revolt. Why. you can't Senator Murchell. you Whenthey'll smash arc understand what even control your own county!" "When I give up hope for this coun- you." "Vou The other smiled pityingly. ty," the setintor answered sharply, "you can talk. All that's 'tiecn said think tiecause you'e sent a few poor before. How do you exiect me to keep devils to Jail you're n man of destiny, these hungry coyotes In line by quot- don't you? You think I'm merely a ing Oolden Utile Scripture nt 'em? Do wicked old fellow who's got ower you want to go back to the old guer-rlll- nnd Is using It for his own selfish ends. If were Just that you could smash days. Saekett?" nm Saekett stared moodily nt his feet. me. Hut I'm more than that Murchell took off his old strnw hat nn Institution -- a part of a necessary and leaned ngalnst the tree. He wait- Institution, one that society, that property, that business, can't get along ed until Snckett was ready to speak. You enn smash William "Almut I'arrott." Saekett said after without. a long pause. "Mncfiregor nnd Kllck Murchell that Is, put some one In his place. Hut you can't sninsh the Instiwnnt him for senator." I like tution. And you can't Judge n system "He's slated for governor. by Its Incidental errors." my Job." John smiled, not very happily. "I've "Hut Sherrod wnnts to lie governor." The weakness of "He'll tnke what lie's earned nnd enn heard that get." Murchell said shortly. "I'arrott your argument Is that the errors seem can hnve Itoseben's place four years to Ik essential. o eminent Isn't, or from now maybe. We'll see." shouldn't 1m, merely u matter of force, "Hut they wnnt him to have your nor oxlt only as the servant of propplace. They say." Saekett explained erty, even If all you sny Is true. And with that brutal frankness which we I've got to go on." naturally associate with royalty, "that "And where'll yon come out?" you're nothing but n MIltlelnn nud "I? You will try to break me. You n lot of unhave been Identified with may succeed. Hut you will observe popular things, while i'arrott Is n line lawyer nnd could easily work up n ns n statesman, They figure 1 hesl-tnte? pur-posn a 1 1 u he could get 'em more. And they don't enro whether the Michigan gets in or not. They think they'd get ltetter rntes. And they're nfrald that you and Shorrod with your squabbles will spill the milk. I'm afraid of that too. Senator, you're getting to be an old man. You've had enough. Why don't you retire?" "Old, nm I?" exclaimed Muroholl humbly. "Wnnt me to retire, do you? Well, I won't. And I'll tell you why -because the organization, the power. Is mine. Set your mind easy. I'm too old to learn new tricks, I'll not turn ngltntor like these dreamers nud fel lows with n grievance, Tho Michigan won't come In, If I can help It, Hut Bherrod won't he governor, nnd I'arrott won't get my seat, I'm not going to give up what I've worked for nil my life. You tell 'cm that I like my Job nnd that I'm not too old to run It. And. Saekett." he added, "play fair--play fair!" Sacked left, wondering If In nn enlightened, opto date monarchy n prime minister could have more (wiwer than bis liege. Saekett would have been surprised had he known that the senator's mind wns not on the conversation Just ended. He wns seeing very dourly tlio eyes (if a young woman and measuring himself ngalnst n young man who once hud been, gray-gree- Mr "You've gone out of your way to attack me. You're a fool." that I hae little to lose. If I bad lunch-ywon't understand thls- -l os I'd lose It gladly." "Did I huy I wuh going to hrenk foil?" Murchell demanded testily. "I caino here today to suggest thut you come out for Wash Jeuklns' srut In congress." John's reply was nlmost bitter. "So I have Impressed you ns a hyiwcrlto trying to get kicked up out of tbo way. 1 IWouJ, I'm nut for sale." (Continued ntxt week.) mi CHAPTER XI. With a Grtat Price. )IIN was standing at tbo win dow of his courthouse olllce. Senator Murchell. after several weeks' The of loneliness was absence, bad returned to bis "legal Uliou hlin nirnln. It nun- - I... residence." On his roundabout Journey tbnt the sight of Katherlne Hampden homeward ho had been Interviewed by sauntering down Main street In niauy reporters concerning n rumored wjJJiji bellunnoled sumniox ge.uorganization. IT com-njiu- - revolt In the May 15, 1913. THE CITIZEN Fige Sevea ' ralso for tho dairy, nre given little Which of theso lines of policy should be pursued every dairy- man must determine for himself. Conducted by I'RANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S., Koine dairy cattle nre noted for the Instructor In Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. quantity of milk they produce, others for the IiIrIi quality or richness of their milk, which menus they nru good hut- Raising n Tenth Acre of Tomatoes tcr producers. Some combine ipinntlty tlo them carefully to a stako nt Location of riant. and quality. least 4 foct tall driven In tho woll There nro cows of' nctlvo habits Clioone, it K?8lblo, a which forngo well on each plant. In tying, bo careful wide rnngo of sandy or gravelly loam located so leanty pasture mid will profitably soma protected from EIGHTH ARTICLE POUL- work up tho courser kinds of food In that It Is well by being well up early to uso makingsoft twlnotlo or other maaround the first a from terial, autumn frosts winter. There nre others which hnvo any narrow valley stako and a lcop under tho baso of a TRY MANAGEMENT. proved their capacity fur making good U10 bottom of returns when more closely confined which may bo upon tho farm. While lout and around tho stem, bo as to and subjected to high feeding. Some tho richest soil la to bo found nttlio avoid cutting tho stem of tho plant By A. ARTHUR HELL Asalilnnt Animal rows give gretit How of milk for n bottom of tho hill, that location Ix as It Increases In size. ll1iRb.1nJ111.1n, Hiircau ol Animal In comparatively short era son. nml others more subject to Iroat than ono nt tho In thoso sections of tho country are tinted for an even, steady yield of top of tho hill. Choose an area which which havo a long growing season and dustry, Unllcd Slates Depart milk tho year through. As 11 rulu. tho Is level or only slightly sloping. M( na- It Is not desired to secure fruits for mcnt ol Agriculture. different dairy characteristics named ro off tho area bo that It will tho early market, tomato soed can )kj pertain to different breeds, no that il 1G squaro rods. This can planted In tho open at tho samo time every dairyman Is likely to find some contain safest way for those who 0110 breed of dairy cnttlo liettcr suited bo dono by using a taio or polo lUHi that corn Is planted aud will yield a nl)oiit to make their II rut to his wants thnn nny other. There feet long nnd first laying off 1 squaro fairly good return of lato fruits. Tho nt Minllry rnlnltiK In to Is no "piilal clieeHeliinklng cow. Tho rod, then Increase this In each dlrve-tlo- n dlstanco for planting can bo tho samu according to tho available nreu as abovo suggested for tho transplant, Htnrt In n small way with n best butter cow Is also the host for cheese. This fact has been demon low fowls mill lenm tin loudness I until 1G squaro rodn havo been laid vd plants. itrntisl beyond dispute. before making large Investoff. A convenient plat Is ono 2 rods Cultivation. There lire two very different wnysof wldo and 8 rods long. ments. Mistaken will bo Hindi- - nml Tho tomatocB Bhould havo frequent forming n dairy herd ml of maintaindltllctilt problems will lm ninny Maka tho land moderately rich by chollow cultivation to prevent comfor milutlon lirforo huccchs In ing Its sire mid quality. It may bo tho U3o of stabio manure, and If petition from weeds and to maintain (Inno by buying or by breeding, nml ! any largo measure will nUaliicd. U10 plants seem to lack In alzo of a looso mulch of earth over the An soon nn It In found to lx n paying these two methods mny be combined. The purchasing plan Is practiced to follngo or vigor na they develop, ground to prevent evaporation and to investment more rnpltiil tuny be put a considerable extent by those who eprlnklo a tablcajioonful of nltrnto of tnko up and hold water which falls .n Into t tic plant Another good plnn for tho beginner produce milk fur town nml city supply. soda over nn area!! foe tin dlnmi't r showers. A3 Boon as tho ground Is who wishes to learn tliu nrt of poultry In n few cases It has been known to r.bout tho baso of each plnnt, exercisIn fit coudlticn after a shower, culkeeping I" to secure n immUIoii with bo successful where the work of the ing caro to prevent tho Baits coming tivation should bo commenced. The herd was to make butter. Applied In some- successful poultry limn. One or In contact with tho foliage. Another drier tho soaaon tho moro frequent Its extreme form, cows nre bought two years of work on n large, prnctlcnl when matured mid nt their prime. method Is to place a tablesioonful of should bo tho cultivation, bo as to plnnt will l found n great help. Judged iiliiiost exclusively by their nltrato cf soda In a watering can nml prevent tho formation of a crust or Is not very lniHrtnnt. When to highly fed, so ns to water tho plants with tho solution tho compacting qf tho eoll as a remilk yield, but the fnll of tho year Is a good time, keep sfendlly nre gaining In flesh, nnd nro about four times during tho growing sult of walking bctwoecn tho plants. for then stock can tie purchased for old, usually to the butcher, ns noon Loason. Pruning and Staking. Imh money than nt nny other season. as they cease to Ik; profitable ns milkSetting In tho Held. Tho plants which aro tied to stakes ers. The bull may bo of nny kind so Ordinarily tho tomatoes should not as abovo suggested should bo carefullong ns he gets the cows In cnlf, as ly pruned, bo that no side branches the calves nre of vnlue only as caus- bo plac.Hl In tho open until tho earling "fresh" cows nnd nre disposed of iest strawberries havo begun to col- develop on tho ono, two, or three as noon as possible The tlrst niodlll-cntlo- or. At planting time, If tho plantB c talks which aro tc bo tied to the of this system Is to keep extra aro to bo tied to stakes, which Is un- stakes. It tying lo carefully attended good cows for severnl seasons mid tho doubtedly doslrablo for this work, lay to, tho fruits will bo exposed to the next to rnsi heifers from some of the off tho rows feet apart and set the air and sunllglit and will ripen more bcit milkers to replenish the herd. plants 2 feet apart In tho row, which evenly than when lying on tho This wny of making up' n herd and keeping good Its numbers requires will alluw 07 plants In each row, mak- ground or partly shaded by the follngo of tho plant. abundant capital nnd rare Judgment In ing a total of G03 plants on tho acre. buying mid In selling, It cannot bo In a few wocks. wo will tell about recommended (o one lacking experiNot moro thnn three shoots should Bpraylng tomatoc3. Next week wo will ence, nnd even the shrew d'buycr runs bo allowed to develop from near the havo an article oa cultivating and cront risk of Introducing disease. baso of each plant. As they grow cpraylng potatoes. SfEflT CTIITAWI'.I) llOOflT AXD I1IMIED The other extreme Is to begin with 110X1. n few well selecttsl nnlmnls ns a founAcre Yields Are Going Up It Is also ndvlsnble that the fowl he dation nnd gradually build up the herd new quarters before to the size dilrcd by Judicious breed-Inmovril to their "For twenty years past tho ten- - Just topped a ihlrty-bushaverage nnd imfunii increase. This method ' dency In has they tipgln to Iny. If tho all tho leading crops has jor acre. time, mid time which may ho had cxirlriirv In (xiultry keeping It tnkes been toward steadily Increasing yields "Potatccs went Just a bit over seven will Ik? nil rtxlit to purchnso eggs: money, but It Is by far the safer nnd per acre. Tako corn, in 1S!0 tliecoun- - ty bushels per aero in 1892. Then they otherwise he should liogln with the more sat Isfaefury In Its results. ' In starting try's average yield of corn per acre climbed upward till they were ninety-wa- s A desirable combination fowls nml thus Rain some knowlcdgo twenty-thrc- o bus. nix bushels In 1912. and ono-hanmltfy tiefore attempting Is to buy the tiumlx'r of cows desired of carl tic for nnd good animals of the sort determin- per acre. It has fluctuated since then, j ..1Jariey. increa3,d to ralso rhlrki-na- . Its average yield If one's means will with good atfdiud seasons; but the may ho ed In nilvnnce. 1'or convenience, chicken penult Include n few superior cows tendency has been steadily upward, from nbout twcllty.ono aIld 0Iie ualf classified ns egg breeds, uient breeds, to twenty.tlvo nna ono lmU bctwt;on general purpose breed nml fancy or and n first class hull nt any rate. Lot and In 1912 tho average reached tw en 1S90 aud 1912. the cows selected bo such as havo hnd breeds ornamental bushels, tho highest It had two calves and perhaps three, so that "Ityo tnado tho greatest projioTtlon-a- l The egg breed Include tile small or they may be Jutlgisl by their own de- known U that time. gain, going up from eleven and medium sired fowN, which nre very velopment nnd yet be young enough to "Wheat shows a llko experience. In to sixteen and one-haactive, quick 111 iiniture. producers of Improve mid tx In full protlt for some 1S90 It was a fraction below twelve three-fourtbushels In tho Dame, Interval. whlto shelled eggs, usually nouslttcrs yearn. With n herd thus formed bushels averago per aero; In 1912 It or nt Inst hut poor Mtters nml rather "Duckwheat roso from thirteen to nt once the work of Improvement got up to a fraction abovo fourteen poor mothers The various varieties by breeding nml selection. Sell promptbushels. Tho Increaso was steady and ovor nineteen bushels In tho same good ly any cow of Leghorn nml .Minorca nre which proves unsatisfaclK3rlo1- j representatives of thin class. tory and replace her by the best In- porslstcnt. "Hay went up from 1.2 to 1.4 tons "Oats In 1S90 averaged a trifle tin- they are inir sitter some other crease of the herd, or purchase occan few other fowl, sionally nu animal which will raise tho dor twcnty-flv- o brecil, or nt bushels. In 1912 they per acre." Farm and Fireside. should he kept If natural methods of average quality. Inciilintlon nre to Is- - employeil, On no A dairyman can hardly bo advised count of their early maturity It Is not to buy at once full stock of pure uncommon for Individuals to begin lay- bred cattle of any breed If bis sole obing nt the nee of four nml ject nnd dependence for profit Is to bo months. Thine breeds ilo not fntten the dairy product of the herd. Such as reaillly under onllnary comlltloiu an a venture will necessitate large Investthe larger nml less active breeds. The ment and should Include the breeding fowls of this class have lame combs of registered animals, for sale at refind wattles, which make them rather munerative prices, as a part of tho scnslthe to low temperatures. business. Well bred and well selected It Wears Best, Costs Less to , The largest fowls nre represented In grade cows of tho line of blood declass, nml theso breeds nre sired nee m to be the most protltable the meat Build and Is Never Dusty, especially suitable for tho production nnlmnls for the practical dairyman or of large roasters. They nre tdow nml at least the best to begin with. If en somewhat sluggish In movement, with terprising and progressive the owner little desire for foraging, easily con-- , will hardly be content with grades LITTLE REPAIRING. only, lie may begin with only his bull NEEDS fined by low fences, rattier slow to re. iHTsUteut Hitters and rather Inillf pure broil. Presently ho will want n ferent layers of law brown shelled; registered cow tin mutch, then one or egg. Many Miultrymen, however, nre two more. If Laid Properly With a Smooth Four Kef tine very good esc yields from them The bull Is constantly referred to ns Inch Concrete Bate, a Two Inch Sand The Unburns, Cochins and I.nngshnus "tho head" of the herd, and that trite ' Cushion and a Cement Filler Good belong to this class, saying, "The bull Is half the herd," In Any Weather. Tho Keneral purpose class Includes should never be forgotten. The grado nre of fair hIzo and which dniu may be selected and largely refowls which Tho proper dimensions of a brick will also iinsluce a good ipiantlty of lied Uou to give size, form, constitu- highway where they havo been In uso ABOVK, LATINO TUB CONCHKTK UA8K ; LAYIM1 THK UlllCKH. production to her brown shelled eggs. Ah ono bus to tion nnd capacity of for n uumlKir of years Is fourteen feet make frequent sales of Uesh In the heifer calf. Its dairy quality, the In- In width, with n seven foot clay track tntlou until It lauds In Its place, and ihnpt of Hurplus cockerels and hens, bred Hwer to Increase the rlchuesa of It Is on tho side. Many of them nre built then ufter It becomes hardened tho carcass ns well as egg production milk, U derived from the pure bred Biro. throughout, and width, with a seven uniform In character The general One cow may prove a poor dam or fnll about nine feet In should be considered. any expansion and contraction which purpose breeds nre usually good sitters to breed nnd still give profit In milk. foot clay road on tho side. we nre often called upon to explain is Such roads nro built in tunny parts of almost eliminated, because that Is takand good mothers. They have medium Such n loss is comparatively trivial 0 If this country nt a cost of $8,000 to sired combs and wattles and endure and the fault easily corrected. Hut en up lu compression..- - Hut whatever a mile, says a writer In Good remains may bo taken care of simply cold weather' well. They occupy a tho bull falls or proves n poor sire tho medium position between the egg and entire Increuhe of a yenr may bo lost Roads. They hnvo underneath that a by menus of an expansion cushion meat breeds ns to size, egg production In getting a bull get the best, or nt four Inch concrete baso. That four alongside the curb. and docility. Tho I'lyinouth Hocks, least approach that standard as nearly inch concrete baso is advisedly tnado As to the curb for n country highway. Wyanduttes. Orplngtona and Ithodo Is- as possible. A common error among smooth. Upon It is placed a two Inch It is udvisablu simply to build It flush can land Iteds are irooil representatives of dairymen Is to use tmmnture bulls and is uniformly com- with the pavement, ho the teams to dIsKse of good ones before their aand cushion that puss ou or off that pavement without this clnss. pressed by using n hand roller weighlet or hindrance. As n rule, tho breeds In the ornnmcn-ta- l merit as sires has been fairly proved. pounds. Two thlugsnro As to Us quality, after a pavement are not so well adapted for fnrm Hull calves are cheap, and young bulls ing nbout 350 Vou Is thus constructed. It Is utmost impospurposes ns nre the breeds of the other ure considered much easier to handle, accomplished by that method. three classes. The Polish. Exhibition nut It Is good advice to the buyer to havo n uniform wenrlug plate, you sible for It to get out of order, aud 1 Games, Btlkles. Sultans, frizzle and purchase a bull of some age, whose have a Biiprt of the wearing surface urn almost Inclined to refrain from ofnnntams ure representative ornamen- progeny proves his value as a breeder, that is uniform, and yet It has re- fering tho facts with reference to the rather thau 4 calf of exceptional pedi- siliency, so that neither the brick nor durability of brick pavements thus contal breeds. In the manner of housing fowls we gree, and to the owner, having a slro tho cement that Is placed between the structed. We never have hail a brick have two uystoms, widely different In ef proved excellence, to keep tilm aud brick Is at nil Injured In surface aud pavement lu this country to cull for retheir extremes. At one extreme Is the tiso him for years or as long ns ho . will last Indefinitely. After this fouu-- ' pairs In twenty years, nnd that is somecolony plnu, which consists In placing' ihows himself latent nnd present dntlon Is thus prepared tho bricks aro thing worth while that the American Inam uot an people ought to know, mall houses for small flocks far enough Of course the duestlon of too close ' upon It with tho best edge up. advocate of the iimj of brick generally apart to obvlnto tho necessity of breeding Is not forgotten nnd must not placed ; The . and after that tho pavement Is smooth nnd you must have fences, thus Riving free rntiRe, with but bo overlook! by the breeder. tnluglltiB of tho different flocks. writer Is a thorough believer In tho use ed, aud then It is ready to receive tho the sand clay roads, you must have the llttlo water bound mueiiduui. you must have of mature bull's of known value as application of tho cement filler. At the other extreme wo havo tho In the implication of the cement filler tho water treated roads we have heard apnrtment house. This kind sires. The chief objection mnde to bulls of the secret of obtaining the quality Is so much Hbout Hut uoii excessively of house consists of n series of separate pens, under one roof, opening di- some age Is that they nre likely to be that the cement tiller shall bo made in used roads over which would come conrectly Into a hallway In the rear, or vicious and dangerous. Hut the great the proper proportion and that propor- - tinuously In almost uulluilted uumbers hating doom between the pens without majority of bulls of all the dairy breeds tlon Is ono to one of tho cement and automobiles, trucks, farm wagons and tha hallway, or opening into n hallway can be handled without serious trouble sand. The only way to keep it In that trulllo of all kinds, there is but the one pavement Unit is economical to con and also Into one another. There are If properly reared and managed. proportion Is to keep it In perfect agl- - HOME COURSE INTENSIVE FARMING d bo-sl- DEPARTING FROM OLD TRADITIONS High Schools Aid In Develop- -' IN SCIENTIFIC ' AGRICULTURE ' 11 ing Kentucky Fruit Growing, 60,000 TREES IN ONE PLOT. 11 Extentiva Apple Growing Association! Launched In Rowan and Hardin Counties Movement Means Wider Use of Agriculture and Horticilturt-IRural High Schools of the State. Tho present year has seen a great Impetus given to the fruit growing Interests lu Kentucky. Two different sections of the statu have launched upplo growing extensive associations. Ilotli lu Rowan nnd In Hardin counties the work has been helped nnd developed by our state de giirifeifs "for the summer's growth. In Hardin county It wns bet to plnnt nnd cultlvnto tho 00,000 young trees In ono nursery plot Whllo plans wejo being discussed as to tho best plnco nnd manner of caring for this nursery work tho agricultural class of tho county high school offered to tnko tho trees nnd carry them through tho summer until transplanting time next autumn. Just next to the high school nt n fertile piece of sod land wns broken nnd carefully prepared for tho tender young stock. The day tho planting took plnco wns mndo something of a gain day for the students, especially ns two experts from the state agricultural station, a government oxport nnd n Louisville newspaper man enmo to liupcot tho work. When the 00.000 trees, enough to set 1,500 acres, were stacked In tho side yard they did not look ns if they would require much time to plnnt. Hut nftcr tho bundles were opened nnd tiny home do-eld- TIIIC y Kiiics. 'S3da 11 pnrtmcnt of ngrlculture. The depart mcnt hns furnished these counties - mm man seuoob dots JSt HKi-nx- BTOCK. out touno e ono-ten- th C0.000 NEWLT GRAFTED AirLE TREES. with four standard varieties of apple trees frco of charge and baa also agreed to advise and train the mem-- ' bers of tho association In the care and general cultivation of tho young trees and orchards during the next five yenrs. When tho newly grafted young trees were received by the association in Rowan county they were divided among the members, to be placed In , ? cl lf struct upon such a highway and that Is cither granite or brick. Of course a granite pavement would be out of the question, but brick Is not prohibitive In cost for excessively used roads, and It Is the solution of the problem as to the material for excessively iimm! high ways that the American people demand. Although I cannot go Into iletalln and recite nil the evidence of the ecunomli' value of brick roads on tin e eesslvely used highway "f this rnun try, I will state two or three of the advantages. Traction resistance Is le- -s than that of any mail. It does nut originate dust, anil a farmer with the utmost comfort can have his house by the side of the hlghwny without the dust Hying hi his window nnd yard Vou can get nbout any time of the year Hut thv cnler virtue or tliat roau Is that it is never out of repair, and It Is good for use night or day, winter or unimer. wt or dry. - , I I bunches thnt could be held in one band were seen to contain seventy-fivor a hundred small trees tho boys stared first at the bundle's nnd then at the well worked ground. The splendid part of this work lies in the fact thnt the high school is stepping outside of the old, narrow, musty limits of educational tradition and Is doing something of very definite value for tho community. It will undoubtedly be of great benefit to tho boys who do the work, their fathers, their friends and neighbors. In gaining a new view point of what education will mean in the coming years. The development of Kentucky's resources should be tho first aim of every citizen, and when the enormous practical vnlue of this work Is realized It will give a great Impetus to every form of agricultural endeavor. If this work Is a pronounced success this year It will naturally mean n wider use of agriculture nnd horticulture In our rural high schools over tho whole state. When this comes It will also menu that each community will be willing to put much larger sums of money Into Its school than It h.--.s in tho past. Let us hope that many high ,l,1q w,,1nn,l,l KOhOOlf "'III .!!, t.,rf lf 11 ADVANTAGES OF otie-hn- lf THE BRICK ROAD Oourbon Rtnrndv (V l;-- - Of BOURBON I'OL'LTnY CUE downa chick's throat mr Faixjs. A ft. vr droi In the drinking water cures an! prevents cholera, diarrhoea and other chicle diseases One Wc bottle makes 12 eallont. of medicine At all JrucKlsts. Sample and bnoltlet on of Fowls" sent FHEK. iT ! ! m:-ti- I $10,-00- Sir! Studebaker wagons are made to back up a reputation.' "I know, because wagons of every make come into my shop for repairs, and 1 have a chance to see how few are Studebakers." That's the opinion of thousands of blacksmiths who know the quality of Studebaker wagons. The owners never regretted that they bought Sludebalicrj. " Yes 1 Tested materials, accurate workmanship insure a wagon unequaled for durability, and this careful selection of wood, iron, steel, paint and varnish has been a fixed rule with the Studebaker Company for sixty years. That is why a Studebaker wagon runs easiest and lasts longest. It is built on honor. Whether you live in town or country, there s a Studebaker vehicle to fill your requirements for business or pleasure and harness of every description mado as carefully as are Studebaker vehicles. See tut Dealer or urllt u STUDEBAKER MINNIArOUS South Bend, Ind. DA1XAS SAM CITY KtWVOlK I CHICAGO SALT LAKS DHV1 KANSAS CITY rOHTLAND, OU, FBANCISCO 1 c J Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. May 5, 191J. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else lto May I be There to See Continued from First Pace otrtiooefe for li Mt rolicOct, psMltstt t ! tvlttxe li4 It lull ( rood t) tti (Hb. lie ttirt Wilte Bttkoly. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Representative Wo are authorized to announce 1). canO. Wood of Joclaon County na a Roprcsjntatlve of the '1st didate for Legislative District, comprising Uio Countlco of Clay, Jackson and Owsley, subject to the action of tho Republican Primary, Aug. 2nd, 1913. For Representative We aro authorized to announce W. R. Reynolds of Jackson County as a oandldate for Representative from tho Counties of Jackson, Owsley and Clay before the Republican voters at tho August Primary 1913. Your votes aro respectfully solicited. For Representative We aro authorized to announce the candidacy of II. Clay Baldwin of Hatha, Jackson County, Ky., forRepre-centatlv- o of the 71st Legislative District, composed of Clay, Jackson and Owsley Counties, subject to tho action of ell voters at the Republican Primary to be held Aug. 2nd, 1313. For Superintendent of Schools of Jackson County am a candidate for Suierinteiident of Schools of Jackson County, subject to tho action of the Republican voters at tho State Primary, Aug. 2nd, 1913. Your support Is earnestly sollct-e- d and will bo duly appreciated. Respectfully, H. F. Mlnter. r Sirs. Nora E. Colo and little son, Merle, who havo been visiting relatives here for two weeks, returned homo to Hamilton, 0., lost Sunday. for Dob Oabbard left, last Tuesday, Hamilton, O., where he will work, this summer. Porn to Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, May 6th, a fifteen pound and was died boy. The baby graveIn the Cunaglm burled yard. Tho mother is very poorly. Ova Tussey of Mlddlefork and W. M. Lakes of Isaacs attended church at this place, Sunday. Rev. Cornett of Clay County Is visiting his son, Elijah of this place. Mrs. Leatha Tussey of Mlddlefork visited her daughter, Mrs. Maria Gabbard, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Susie Cunagin has been sick for several days. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gabbard are visiting relatives at Hurley. Church at this place the fourth Saturday nnd Sunday, conducted by Rev. Tllford Cornelius. IK AY HAWK Gray Hawk, May 12. Cold weather The Rev. Louie still continues. Sandlln preached to a large, crowd H Gray Hawk, Sunday night. Mr. Clay Underwocd, the eye specialist, was In town a few days, last week, selling glasses nnd doing work on clocks and sewing machines. G. W. Tlnchcr was In our midst one day this week, 1IUKN1.NO SPU1XOH UMi oft" MM Malin Burning Springs, May 8. Standafer has returned from a trip to Perry County. Joseph Raw-linwas recently married to Miss Drucllla Hornsby of Caution. Their many friends wish them much happiness and prosperity. Mrs. Lloyd Des-le- y and family havo returned from a Mt ft K A visit to her father, tho Rev. Smith oM mot LOAUM of Egypt. II. W. Carmack Is home assisting his son, Grant, In gcttlug their new ground ready to plant Crn- - J- - W. Montgomery has gone to Hara'Iton, O., to do masonry on bridge work.John Howard of Laurel Creek, would bo best promoted by , who has been In the west, returned me, I shall bo very thankful. I I (. Yours for better education nnd 'last night to close up his mercantile M.Ir 1 sir it 1 He expects to locato I business. In more of It In Jackcon County. lw MY ' -i eC wm NdTteo- J jNow Mexico. f The Athletic league Sit ttut awtix J. J. Davis. n iK ox mi ( Jhf had a box supper, Saturday night, toon. For Sheriff of Owsley County and realized about twenty-fiv- e dolCoffman In New York American. !T hm a candidate for the office of lars. They expect to buy a basball sheriff of Owsley County, subject to outfit with the proceeds. They will tho action of the Republican Prim- announce an Ice cream festival later. Blnco the flood. Jas. R. Gabbard and ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ary, Aug. 1913. I hope to meet every Gill White returns this week from H. C. Mabon, trustees of the two 1IOONK voter and If I fall in getting to see Berea College Normal Dent. Tho schools on Indian Creek, have been Uoone, May. 12 Regular church wr. iyou I earnestly appeal to you all for son of Regley's Is very sick. taking tho census. There were 76 j vices wcro held ut Falrvlew, Sunday. your influenco and support In the (youngestCampbell, Wm. Columbus Thomp- in thq lower district and 118 In the Mrs. Carrol Martin, who lias been coming primary'. son and Cleo Campbell of Caution upper district of school age. Miss very sick, la recovering. M. It. Wnt-klRespectfully, j Bpcnt today with friends here. with Florence Baker is confined who Is very sick has been taken John W. Frost Among the many useful needed Im- - tuberculosis. Hon. Clay Ualdwln, to Richmond. J. H. Lambert made n ow Creek, Ky. provemcnts are the new cellars of and a young man by the name of business trip to Mt. Vernon. Monday. Messrs. T. C. McDanlel and Bcgley. Wood, spoko at Booneville, Monday, Dr. Gibson of Richmond was hero JACKSON COUNTY i no rarmers aro busy finishing plant- - In tho Interest of their candidacy ono day last week. Mrs. Nora Wren MeKKK lng thcl- - corn nnd are now anxious for Representative. Is on tho sick list. Thro ww meetMcKcc, May 12. The Commencefor a good rain as all vegetation needs ings nt tho homo of Andrew Ilyrld, ' ment exercises of the Academy la3t it very much. Robert hKHAsTIAN Suiiday, conducted by tho Rv. Owen Rawllnn and week wcro well attended and enjoyNed Roberts Alton of CartorBVllle, and the Rev. Mc-wife of Manchester visited frlendn Sobastaln, May 10. ed by all. Rev. John Vandennulen of here this week. . made a trip to Tallegn, Monday. Lamb of Copper Mrs. Jcssio Louisville gave tho principal address. Dlllte Williams left, Sunday, for his Smith and Miss Fthel Young wir l.Al'lti:i. CIIKHK. Ills subject was "Jean of Arc." Miss Married, last chopping in Uerea, Saturday. Laurel Creek, May S. Owing to tho homo at Nowfound. Graco Knglo was at homo a few days dry weather, farmers are getting done week, Richard Gilbert of this place CM MAX from Dcrca last week for tho Com- planting corn J. S. Howard Climax, May 12. It Is vcrydiy and returned, and Mls0 Ka'0 Mason of Sugar Camp, mencement. I. R- - Hays bought a bug- Wednesday from a six months stay near Doonovlllo. Wo wish them a cool In this part. Isaac Rector, Grant gy last week. J. J. Davis is nttend-In- g In .Now Mexico. Carlo Clark and sis- happy and prosperous life. Mrs. Pot- - j y0rk and McKInley Rector vlslUnl ut a superintendents' meeting iii ter, Stella, wcro wclcorao visitors at ly Itakcr of Cortland visited her brotl Klrksvlllo tho 3rd, 4tti and Sth of lUcbmond thlo week. People from H. L. Morgan's mouth. Tho Uuckeyo Christian last Sunday. Luclau er, Ellsha Gabbard, Friday night. town aro making sovcrnl fishing trips Morgan visited friends on Sexton. Miss GIp Dakor passed thru hero, y s-- church holds meetings every fourth to Laurel Fork. Fred Jones und Ed Sunday. Dr. P. J. Keith's family vis- - terday, on her way to Cortland. Most I Saturday and Suudny In each month, Strong were In town, Friday and Satlted relatives of this placo, the past every one hero has his com crop Kverybody welcome. Untie Kobmt urday. Sam Standafer of Clover Iiot-lo- woek. Church at Ilrown Mission, planted. Mies Sophia Ilaker has re- Legor of Orlando visited his brother was In town, Saturday. Au exSunday, was attended by a largo turned homo from Uuckhorn Collcgo fit this place tho 1th. amination was held Friday and Sntur-da- y jI crowd. Miss Nannie Howard visited wbero sho has been attending school GARRARD COUNTY for those who wished a dlpl ma relatives nt Adella this winter. Harlan Ilaker and WalUio past week. l'AIMT I. UK. in tho common school branches. Moss Rev. Raker, who has been In school ter Molntosh aro visiting relatives i.t Paint Lick, May 12. Mis. .Mary 10. was the only applicant. D. J. Farmor 'at Oneida, the past winter, has re-- j Island Crook at present. Gabbard und daughter, Nannie Soper, Collier and wlfo wcro visiting at turned home, und Is preparing for KAUM.NTVII.LK attended tho fuucrul of her slater. Welch burg, Saturday and Sunday. j tho examination. G. D. Morgan made Earncstvlllo, May 12. We are hav- Mrs. Lydla Coylo, Tuesday. Mrs. Oscur Miss Fairy Reynolds Is going to (a business trip to London tho past ing vory cool nights, with boiiiu frost Gabbard and Miss Leova MorrlB unon a fow weeks visit. StuuUy i week. this morning and yesterday morning, ited friends In liurea, Saturday and Knglo went to Dona, Monday, to tul.o but doing but llttlo damage Wo urn Sunday. R. H, Soper and family vishis sister, araco. 11. F. Mlnter nnd OWSLEY COUNTY also having somu very dry weather. ited his sister, Mrs. Addlo Gentry, bui. wlfo were visiting rolatives at Green COW t'UCKIC Hall, Saturday and Sunduy. Horn to Cow Creek, May 9. Most all our Tho ground Is getting bo hard th" day. Mm. Mary Gulnu and threo farmers can hardly break It, but most children of Mercer County came, SatMr. and Mrs. J. It. Hays on the itli citizens aro busy planting corn. Lewis Mooro Is building a now ad- - of them are about thru planting com. urday, for a two weeks visit uithhei Inst, u fine boy. Tho Soclotles of the Welfare purcnts, Mr. und Mrs, Dun Uotklus. dltlon to tho Grassy Drancli School I'Aiuior Urn. Mary K. Gabbard and son, OsParrot, May 10 Abel, tho llttlo hcuso. Miss Hcttlo Frost and Robert Knights and Sisters met, yesterday, ut Drndshaw school with a good crowd. car, visited hw daughter, Mrs. Fau-nl- e Cunaglu, has been tick Eehymer were married recently. bon of Dan Urockman at Lowell, Saturday Jeff Campbell of Frankfort Is visitseveral days with pneumonia fever. Several citizens have gono to Ohio and Sunday, Farmers are getting ing J. T. Gruy at this place. along nicely with corn planting. Jackson County I hereby announce my candidacy for to tho office of County Superintendent of Jackson County, and earnestly ask the voters and all good pcoplo interested in the cause cf education In tho county to give mo their support. Neither my .Individual interest nor the individual Interest of any other candidate should bo considered by any voter in deciding whom ho will support. Tho question should be, "Who yon and will do most for the causo of education in our county?" I am glad that almost every voter Is personally acquainted with me. He knows me educationally, morally, and Ho knows whother I have socially. (over Bald I would do a thing and failed to do it. Ho knows whether 1 have done my utmost for the schools and tho pcoplo of my county. He knows the conditions of tho schools, when 1 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 or tho county bellovo from all the facts and circumstances that the In- torcst of Jackson County schools For Superintendent of Schools of trading horses and buying cattle. Mrs. Nancy Culton of Hamilton, O., la visiting at Gray Hawk for a few days. W. R. Englo, our hustling merchant, has a now Henderson wagon, He 13 also agent for same. DOUBUCLICK. untcs ready to begin. Here will be mi interval for music and another change of seats. People who are tired of sitting in the Tabernacle may leave and others who have been strolling through the exhibits in the different buildings will come in. Ten young ladies and ten young gentlemen graduate from the Collegiate Department this year. The majority are from Kentucky, but there are representatives from Kansas, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Tennessee and North Carolina. In the middle of their exercise there will be three guns to give notice that the end is approaching and at twenty minutes before twelve there will be four guns to indicate that the graduates have all spoken and it is time to crowd the Tabernacle and witness the presentation of the degrees. The Harmonia Society sings its wonderful anthem, then the classes will come forward one after another and to receive their degrees and diplomas with the farewell words of the President. (The Academy graduates receive their diplomas Saturday night and the graduates of the Foundational Schools on the previous Thursday.) Besides the giving out of degrees and diplomas, prize Bibles are given to those who have done best in Bible work. And then comes the jolly lunch hour. Friends who never meet except once a year will lunch together on the grass or under the pavilion by the Library and swap news and stories. At one o'clock begins the educational addresses. the Two great speakers are engaged for this year Rev. H. Grant Person of Newton, Massachusetts, and the Honorable James J. Britt of Asheville, North Carolina. Nobody ever enjoys a day more or carries away better things to remember than those people who attend a May I be there to see! Berea Commencement. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pun Economizes Butter, Floor, Eggs; makes the food more appetizing and wholesome The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream o! Tartar BERTSCHE JAILlD CONFERENCE ON EASTERN KENTUCKY A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A FLY. 7v ' of Double Lick, May, 7. Several this place attended church at Pine at Grove, Sunday. There is church Pine Grove tho fourth of every month. Everybody come. J. F. Dean passed thru this vicinity, Saturday. Several of this place are planning to take tho examination at McKeo on the 16th and 17th. Miss Pollle who has been In school at Annvlllo for some time returned to her home, Saturday. Mrs. Ollle and Ellen Calllhan spent Sunday at Perry McColJum's. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard m m MO KSIITS C4 J tot wa Tim OUT"u Martin spent Sunday at Jno. Martin's. CLAY COUNTY ' A ImM.lly called but ImiKirtanl conference on the educational nnd IndusSAID TO DE HEAD OF A CRIMINAL trial InteroHU of Baatern Kenutcky TRUST CROOKS RUSHINQ of was "A In Richmond, Tuesday TO COVER. thl week. Tho occaidon nai u vlult of Dr. A. P. IJourlntidof Washington, I). C, Numerous Politician! and Policemen Secretary for tho Conference Are Involved In the Ring, Deof Kdilcntlon In the South. Tho mem-lieclares State's Attorney. wcro entertained very handsomeWtatrrn .Vwpatr Union Nwi 8rrlc. ly nt tho Normal School by . Dr. Chicago. Gambler, confidence men Crabbo and other Itmtructors r of Rural T. J. Coatcs, and clairvoyants who hnve noured Into Chicago since the police shake-ufol - Schools for the state, presided, nnd tnudo bv Irvine ihn PAi.nih.i inii,,u. in v.v nilil rrautf h nnd ri'twrtfl York, were given a severe Jolt when ! President Frost, Lewi und I ri ll became known that tho police had structor Smith of Ik'ntt, Smith and arrested Harney DrrUche. As proprie- Uhers of the Richmond faculty, and tor of a West Randolph street saloon, Superintendent Davis of Whitley, WilUertuche Is said by State's Attorney son of Hell, Kvans of Knox, Davis if Home, to have become the protector MlssSlev-a- rt of gamblers, thuR. lr tappers and Jackson, Thomas of Knott, of Rowan, Mr. Kubnnks of the all kinds of confidence men, and for School Journul and others. many months the protection money Tho chief thought of the conferenie paid to him appeared to prorldo Immunity to the operators here. His was thnt tho mountains needed more seeming power to grant Immunity en- money, and must get It out of th.' ticed a crowd of New York criminals land by better tillage and farm man- to this city when they found that the agoment. ami that Uio teachers mu.t protection" game was up In New somehow atari things In the upward York for the tlmo being. It Is said. Hertsche Is charged by the state's at- direction. torney with being the head of a great eyes might chwed b criminal trust and his arrest Is caus I Oh, that mine ..... ..tn Mm f nucw wiivvi ua ..... ,ivv ... - . ijv w ing the crooks much anxiety as j Q umrness might possets mine tar Tliat where to move next. To what concerns mo not to ht ar; YANKEES FLEE WITH MEXICANS, That trutli my tongue might always rs th'-ruSuK-rvlsop Pit. v-- Uo Tex. Americans and Mexican residents of the rich mining town of Parral are fleeing for safety, with Kl Pao, From ever speaking fIUhly. Thomas Kllwood. l- I...I... I -- .. I . a AAA .fc.f-- k. A faA i I J , I i Cn-ck- No. 4 yellow G7Cf No. No. 3 mixed mixed JSftSSHo. No. i mixed 66f CT'je, while ear CilfC'c. yellow eat CCJiGSe, mixed ear 6?fC7c Hay No. 1 timothy $17.60 18.25, standard timothy Jl.S0trl7. No. 3 timothy Jin.DoJr 10. No timothy 3 13.60flH, No. 1 clover mixed VWt 10.50. No, 2 clover mixed JHOH.f.0. HUNDREDS OF LIVE8 LOST. No. 1 clover tlMl 1G, No, 2 clover til H. Manila. P. I. The worst typhoon exOats No, 2 whlto 39iT39'4c, standperienced In years struck the Islands, ard white 38'439c, No. 3 whlto 374 causing many deaths and wrecking Jf39c. No. 4 white 3BHff3Gc, No. 3 several small steamers nnd numerous mixed 3Gxj3Ce, No, 3 mixed 26 tP lighter craft. The known fatalities at 3iVjC. No, 4 mixed 3434V4c. Wheat- - No. 2 rod fl.084rl.il. No. 3 sea total 100, but the total death list No, 4 red HGcttll.Ol. from the storm Is swelling with Incom- - red f 1.05ffiri.07. IV.. An !..., 1lr' ll..n. 4 lbs and under. '!fl 16c. old roost- !nt".rrr!"' their bt'"fvfd belloved, 10c; It Is ori j0c. sprlnKcrs. to to 14 lb. 30i no Americans lost their lives. 3,C; 2 lbs und over. 20G26c; ducks, 4 Iba and over, 14c, white, under 4 c; turkey. 8 lbs and over, 16c; STUDENT KILLED BY AUTO. JUUIIK, HIT, Cattlo- - Shippers S7.2SQ7.86. choice Mich Allan W. Tull. of to extra JSiiS.IO, butcher steers, exDetrolt. XT ncytin fl n nnini)ikr r t ihn Diinlns tra $7,900 8, good to choice 7.25(3 law class at the University of Michi- 7.85, common to fair J5.254T7; heifers, gan, was struck by an unidentified extra il.WQH, Rood to choice $7,509 automobile nnd died a short time later 7. 85, common to fair 5.25tj!7.26; cows, extra fG.50flG.76, good to choice $5,85 o! his Injuries. , 66.40, common to fair $405.76; evacuated when the constitutionalist forces came In sight Riding every-thing, from burros to bicycles, the ref-- ' ugees are on their way to Chihuahua City It will require a week to make the 200 miles. It Is thought a battle will result before the arrival of tho ref- usees at the state capital. Already rumors have come back of fighting. In which groups of Insurgents have be-gun to harrass the rotreatlng federal column preliminary to nn actual at-- ' tack. CINCINNATI Corn- - No, 2 white MARKETS No. I C9V40 C90I.9HC. No. 3 1 whlto 6014c. No, 2 yellow 68 'Hi fi2fl24c, r.ljjfitttc, so. t white 2 CSc. &,". jellow fi964c. j V. A ' can-ners- j HEALTH HINT FOR TODAY. J UullBIlologna 1Q1, fat bulls $G.767.25, Calves--Kxtr- a $3.26(14.60. extra $7.10. $9.26, m Ue-r- Car of Babies. Walch eiiptvlally Hie nose mid eyes of the child. If I lie child has ii hud cough do lint let It lie ncgleetttl. but take the Imliy ut once to n doctor for treatment Symptoms of mtIoiis bronchial dlMunlerx nre iixiiiilly evident nt the Htnrt. nnd nilleli siektien.s run be nvolded by proper precautionary meiixures. (live the bableii plenty of fri'sli air, but do not let Ilium become chilled. Watch the ejex mid var for any slgiii of koreuehM unit have Hiieli nllinentu promptly remedliMl, Do nut let a xllglit cold develop Into n greiiler one that may lend suddenly to membra noun croup or diphtheria. CleanllncHS und Hcrnpiiloin care of the Imby'H e.ven. ears, iiost' and throat mean tin saving of many Mouth of worrlment for you mid pertuips even the life uf the child. Ho not bundle up the baby too much simply Simply iimko It Is winter. sure the child Is warmly clad. J7.60Q9, common 8.76, and fair to good large $6.60l Hogs Selected heavy $8.4008.60, good to choice packers and butchers $K.4&O8.50, mixed packers $8.3608.45, stags $4.50JfO.G6, extra $0.76, common to choice heavy fat sows $5 607.65, extra $7.76. light shippers $7.8508.60, pigs (100 lbs and less) $507.75. Clipped Sheep Kxtra $6.25, good to choke $4.8505,16, common to fair $4 0 4.76, wool sheep $406.75. Clipped Ijuubs F.xtra $7.60, good to choice $707,40, common to fnlr $5 (sj6.S6, wool lambs $4.6008, spring, lambs $7011. STUDIES NOT TO BE BLAMED. York, "Social Inebrloty" Is used by Arthur C. Harris, president of the board of education of Montclalr, N. J., in respect to the con dltlona alleged to prevail among the school children of that town. Ho says the studies are Improperly blamed for the "results of tremendous social pace, under which the children labor." lit declares that the parents act with great Impropriety In allowing the children to take part In social affairs that New thr term destroy thtr health and nerve fore.