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No. 51 (The Citizen SCH30L TRUSTEES MUST SHOW THEIR HAND Knowledge li powei aad tJM way to keep up with uiiiiw knowledge Is to read a newspaper. gi Vol. XIV. Flvo cent a copy. Time Only for Tariff Tbo Domocmtln loaders of Congress aro sooklng to push tho tariff bill to to completion, and present It tho Sonato In u caucus Juno 25th. In splto of Proa. Wilson's coruest doslro that actlcn bo taken toward of reforming tho financial system tho nation, It la believed Uiat no currency law will bo enacted during this session of Conguss. Ratification of tho arbitration trea extending existing agreements with Great Britain Is opopscd by Senator Chamberlain ami O'Uorman on tho ground that (5 rent Britain that construoa tho treaty to mean this country ohould submit tho Pan. ama Canal dispute to arbitration. It Is understood that Pres. Wilson mi l ty, Meeting of Federated Women's Clubs Tho Federated Women's Clubs held their biennial oorslon at Mlddlesboro last wock The meeting was well atcatea of Uio causo of Woman Suf- ' i Ut tho 1 1, t J, This Is the time of year tvlien school trustees ore testrd. The office of n trustee is a very honorable one. Ah a rule, trustee receive no fo for their services, but are mipjioseri to bo elected because they aro men devoted to the public welfare who can bo trusted with tho interests of their frlloutnen, School trusted nre liable to great temptations and to much unjust criticism. Just becauso nome trustees do wrong the people ought to Ire especially careful to support and stand by those trustees who do right. Becrotary Dryan havo urged tho SenWo wish to utter no unjust or wholesale criticism. But it seems ators to withdraw their optmoillon to 1)0 the fact that thero are so ni iiiy cases of trustees who act for and allow tho ratification. tholr own interest instnnd of tho interests of tho children that the schools suffer. Many good teachers are put to much expense and anxiety because they cannot be sure that trustees will keep their promises or act for the public good. It is sometimes said that thi tho district had parsed, In tho is the greatest discouragement to the teaching profession that A commltteo cf the United 8tat-riddled cabins which bad been to teachers cannot be certain of just treatment at the hands of trustees. Senato U mooting at Charleston trustee Is u trustee. U is fcuilty if ho acts through fear or Investigate tho coal strike which hm used as Invest W(tlofll mfaver Coaualttee'a Tho if ii Ma one butinest to make it certain that the children get been raging In West Virginia for . 1. 'Iff?!. r..!,ir..i nvl tt,h iconiu me iuiiuiui liriisiee nulli oyer a year, ami which baa resulted 'n centered particularly about the fir' ...v vi.t f,Ai.L. vuu iii.w...fS w.a.'f.f.. Id the end the people will appreciate him. much eutforlug among the families Ing upou Holly Grove, a striker's camp, by an armored train, wBre It of tho miners. ent from all parts ot Coal Strike Investigation a but-l- tended, good delegations being pres tho state. Tho Lock, of tho Rockefeller Commission, j rograms, which extended thru ssver-- a' tuberculosis by Secretary French, of days and nights, were ot a highly Uio Stale Commission, and blindness Inter cat Ing and beneficial natum by Miss Linda Neville, of the Society for tho PrevrnUon ot Blindness. Many addroesoa wcro given by repreTho most important business tensentatives ot nou-a- f filiated organizations, tho purposi being to call atten- sion was that in which new officer tion ot tho clubs to those, various wcro elected, Mrs. R. II. Lacy, of lines of activities and secure their Franklin, being chosen president, and Mrs. Thomaa Jefferson Smith of , Two appeals were made by advo- - Frankfort, Secretary. frage, and tho Federation put Itsalf on record as In favor. Tho fight on hookworm was outlined by Dr. J.S. ( fW "VyM lost Jft-H.- r UNITED STATES NEWS IN Value of the Astor Estate fwci, 1 OUflJWN STATE 1 visited Recently tha committee mining camps In Paint Creek and o Cabin Crcclf, mid found there of Uw clv'.l war through which evld-enc- Is reported two persons their lives. Tho operators' side of the controversy has not yet been heard. THE HEFFERNAN-GARDNE- R FEUD NO FILTH NO FLIES. i in wi - rubbish " WORLD NEWS Emperor's h Anniversary Differences Disss trous Floods In India To Renew Treaty Mexico's Plight. m vr Twenty-fift- .ass? ehauld ba by tha Will Arbitrate hauseholdar. C covers should provided. b t, Not only gar-bag- with ontalnera tight but tin ,rubblih, should go into such container. Much of this rubbish can ba burntd. An old garbage can oana, rage. lawn clip-"f- c pings and hous h a I d with a defective, bottom will maka an excellent furnace. Such a can may bs Inverted and raised six or eight Inchee from tha ground. Numtroua hoUa may than ba punchad Into tha uppar and. This and will there-altaarva as a aerttn and prevent bita of burning papar or aah from menacing tha neighborhood. Whan tha back allay way and cellar are scrupulously clean screen tha houee. Screen every window and every doorway. Sea that tha ecreent fit and that they are free from holes. There is a little uae In aereenlng moat and moil doors If aoma windowa and aoma doors are Alao fllte can not protected. enter through very email holes, and thua only perfect acreens ehoold be uaed. ar win-dow- NOTABLE TWENTV-FIFTANNIVERSARY Emperor celebrated Tho German with great magnificence tho twenty-fift- h anniversary of his accretion to tho throne, Saturday, the 14th. The capltol wai beautifully decoraUd In honor of tho Jubilee. From every quarter of tho world carao a dtluge of telegrams and cablegrams of good wishes. Tho Emperor has accomplished his dearest wlh, Uiat of ruling for a quarter of a century without Americas war, and Andrew Carnegie, advocatn of world ir'acc, was In Berlin to congratulate him personally. WILL A It II IT RATE THEIR DIFFERENCES Roth before and sinco the signing Ihe of tho peace treaties between H Attention is being attracted from the mountains by the remarkable criminal record of Louisville. Some wehks ago (was it not Kaster Sunday T) there was such an outbreak of the criminal element as was probably never known in a city of equal size, about fifleqn people being killed or seriously injured by being shot or stabbed. A more recent outbreak is characterized as a "feud," and was the chief headliuo maker last week. Those of us who are'familiar with the hyphenated terms that hove made Eastern Kentucky famous, can hardly suppress a grin when we read of the Heffernan-Oardne- r fend of Louisville. Louisville and Louisville papers have been the mercenary vendors of many of Ihe exaggerated stories about Eastern Kentucky life, and if it were not so serious n matter, we would be inclined to point to the irony of fate in bringing home to that city the notoriety that has been so galling to respectable and mountaineers. Vi'e are not the defenders of crime in any sense, and have oflen bowed our heads in shame for the deeds of violence that we cannot help; and we must confess to a sense of shame for the record ol Louisville, the metropolis of the state. The ouly moral we would enforce is that it is a good policy to remove the beam before you call attention to the mote; or, as auother adage has it, not to throw stones as long as you live in a glass house. While we all do what we can to suppress violence and give the state a better name, let it not be forgotten that in history the Heffernan-Gardne- r feud of Louisville must go down aloug side of the ILttfield-McCo- y nud other feuds. Berea College Trustees Tho meeting of tho Collego Trustees following Commencement had a largo attendanco and took up the cf fairs of Uio Institulon, reviewing Uio past year and laying plans tor tho future. , During tho past year 1,735 differhave been enrolled ctudents ent showing nn Increase In every dapart-men- t, noticeably in tho College, the Normal School, and the Vocational School. This attendanco would have been greater If tho 'Institution had rooms to shelter a larger number. of the year Notable Improvements havo been tho addition to the hospital, Uie new tool houv near the Collego barns, extension of tho coal bunkers which aro to bo completed this summer, purchase of Uio Holllday Springs, nnd the Congregational Church property which la to bo fitted up for a music hall, and Uio erection of Putnam Hall, thn two now dormitory accommodating teachcrc and seventy Vocational glrli. o Tho dovclopmccl of tho new ou tho north 6ldo of tho Big Hill Pike la u pleasing surprise and quad-rongl- ilalknn allies and Turkey, friction was manifest between the allies, leading lu some roses to actual boulll-Uc- a but It Ic reported 'now from London that tho four littlo States have agreed to allow Russia to act as arbiter to their differences. Tho report lacks official conflrma-Uobut Is thought to bo worthy of credence. Such a settlement in earnestly to bo hoped for. ' KING OP ROUMANIA n, CROP REPORT tho regular Farm and articles en pago 7, then; It nlso a crop report Usued Juno 10, '13. Tho plan governing tho crop rciort-in- g la Uio samo as Is used by Uio It it believed Federal government. that this will icivo a more accurate summary of crop conditions than the. state lias ever jet gotten out. lultry Besides will give room for several other largo buildings when needed. "' Mr. Hunt and Jlr. Sralih, Instructors In Uio Normal Department, were advanced to the rank of Acting Professor, Dr. Elizabeth S. Holdcrman and Mlso Mary E. Welsh were abo advanced to tin rank of professor. Arrangements were made for Miss bperry, Assistant .Matron at tho Board, ing Hall, to make special studies in scIenUfic selection and preiwration of food this summer, and for a lar,;e number of other workers to perfect ihelr preparation for Bible teaching and other school work during the long vacation. Tho Collego is still hampered by the debt Incurred during the Adjustment strugglo and the President's Reunion of Must Issue Warrants State Editors' Meeting Butler Pardoned EpiBlue and Gray at Gettysburg Lives demic Among'Horse Looking for Lost In Subway Collapse "Remember the Raison" Serious Railroad a Lincoln Reply to Goodpaster Hot Wave. Wrack Roosevelt to Visit South America MUST ISSUE WARRANTS The Court of Appoala, Friday, ASTOR ESTATE APPRAISED tho action of the Franklin Tho ffltato of John Jacob Astor, Circuit Court, granting a writ of who lost his llfo In the Titanic disto Stato University to aster, has been officially appraised Mandamus tato Auditor Bosworth to estato Is thi compel This a. 88.O00.OOO. warrants'for $50,000 appropriatlargest ever appraised In this coun- lrsuo try, and Includes real estate in Broad- ed for Uio Agricultural Experiment Station. way, Upper Fifth Avenue, the Walts Hie Auditor had refused trie dorf Astoria, St. Regis, and other on Uio gtound that outstandbesides property in Rhlnc-bechotels, ing warrants exceed $500,000, N. Y. limitation. REUNION GETTYSBURG Tho Stato haJ now played Its lat Forty-flv- o thousand wearers of thj card In an effort to prevent tho bluo and gray will meet at Gettyspayment on the appropriations mado burg, July 1 to 4, to eclcbrato the by tho last legislature, and It would fifty-firanniversary of tho membeem Uiat tho time has come wheu orable battle. Thousands of visitor Its endeavor will have to bo directaccommoda-Uon- s aro expected. Sleeping ed toward increasing revenues to and food will be provided for meet the3o demands. charge. Artho veterans without THE K. P. A. MEETING rangements wllL alao be mado for The Kentucky Press Assoo'aUon was tho sick In ho;p!tals. lu session at Olympian Springs from COLLAPSE OF NEW SUBWAY Monday until Friday of last week. Thirteen laborers on the new sub- - Tho first days cl Uio gathering were Contlnutd on I'ikc Hive mado rather uncomfortable owlug tp tho cold weather, huge log fires in MRS. HARRY LANE the parlors bo! up necessary to keep up Uio spirit ot Uio editors. Many of the addresses may bo fitly characterized as "talking shop," but a few speakers wen taperted from outside, who both by their personality and their themes, wero able to enlist tho Interest ot every ono and bring Uio etragglers who sought the minshlno together. The Springs would be inviting in hot weather, and tho management seeks In every way to make one's stay 'pleasant. The dining room service Is especially good. The new officers of the Association aro John R. Lawrence, President, and J. C. AlcocU, Secretary, D. M. Hutton, J. R. Lemon, and J. P. Stcars are members of tbe Executive Committee. cd war-lank, thecon-WtltuUonol st pos-Mb- lo CANNING CLUBWORK On pago 3 will bo found an artlcl cn " Good Work of Canning Clubs,' put out by Uio Stato Department of illness. Two trustees made Important donations, Mr. Botlkuap of Louisville giving 500 for tho Improvement of the laundry, and Mr. Rogers of Brooklyh securing the "perpetual loan"' cf one of tho larger Mergenthaler machlncu for Ui6 Pilntlng type-tcttl- Education. This article thould tie- -, niand Uio special attention of Bj-rpeople, M a canning club has rccontly been organized here, anil many thlngB should bo gotten from thU articlo which will aid In adding Interest to Uio tanning Bcmonstra-UoKing given hero next Tuesday. throne oa n Department. Charles of Roumanla has been on 47 years. tha FLOOD3 IN INDIA CONTENTS QF THIS ISSUE PAGE ONE Disastrous floods aro reported now lu India in a largo district north ot Bombay. Many lives aro said to bo lost. Editorials. News of tho Week. Ucrea College Tmsteos. PAGE TWO "Edltorialo. , Tompcranco. Is Offered to All. ' PAGH THREE Canning Club Work. To Promote Christian Unity. PAGE FOUR Local News. Madison County News. llo'uio Town Helps. PAGE FIVE Kitchen Cabinet. at has notified Secretary Bryan Uiat bis government 1& willing to renew for another five year period his tho Arbitration Treaty between aud our governments, which expired by limitation August -- tth. It ts thought that tho Senato will ratify tho Treaty. o An American yacht scUcd by authorities last week becauso It ontcred a closed Japanese port, baa boon released, and what woa thought to bo a corious international Incident Tho TO RENEW TREATY Japancso Ambassador Washington Jap-anee- is passed. EFFORTS TO PACIFY FAIL For tha Littlo Folks. PAGE SIX Serial Story. Homo PAGE SEVEN Course in Scientific Agricul- ture. Crop RoporL Poultry Facts. Orchard Notes. PAGW EIGHT Eastern Kentucky News. Markets. Tho offorts of tho Hucrta government to pacify tho rebels throughout Mexico aro meeting with failure. It is reported that bandits aro growliig steadily more numerous and Etrougor, tho southern part ot Uio country being practically devastated. Tho now government has carried on three campaigns against tho Insurr gents, oach ono ot which Is now de- clared to have resulted in a failure, wbllo tho Fedora) army Is said to bo recruited from tho jails and war i'rlsons. Mrs. Harry Lane, wife of the new Wo wcro sorry that more did not United States senator from Oregon, Is coino and hope that in J SIC there a registerled voter and has exerclaed Unicoi, Tcnn, June H, 1913. will bo a much larger gathering. The her right of suffrage. She voted at Editor ot Tho Citizen: Censors, on whom rested tho responthe polls In the last election. The ns sibilities of arranging Our two weeks' visit to Borea for the ban- Lanes were married In 1882 and have rathor dlcappolnting becauso wo had quet and preparing tho two f ina pro- three children. to leavo without making the rails grams, aro to bo congratulated ot that wo had planned. Although my their 0UCCC6S. LUliUIIIIUlilLLUIIULIUIIIH much Improved 1 found health is Our niece, Miss Kneeland, who Uiero was a limit to my strength and rpent her vacation with us last sumUiat, as 1 had accepted tho office of mer baa gone to Harvey, 111., to Uio Woman's Department Socretary of visit her parents and married 6ister Relief Corps, I must be faithful to and brothcrc. She will return to us Its demands. So thero wan littlo olthor In tho fall or early winter. time or strength loft for tho visits On our return to Unicoi, wo stopthat wo had expected to make. How- ped at LaFollette, Tenn., to attend ever, as our prtsent plans will bring Uio wedding of Rev. Harlcy M. Raus back to dear old Berea in less cer and Mlsa Margaret Johnson. It than thrco months, whero tho new was a very pretty church wedding, homo is aeon to bo started, thero in and Uio brldo nnd groom havo our not much to regret after all. congratulations and beSt wishes for Ot courso I did not fall to call at a useful and happy llfo. tho hospital to soo tho dear nurseti, Sincerely youra, all of whom I learned to lovo Mary II. Dodge. becauso ot their faithful ministrations to mo during tho weeks that, SUMMER OFFICE HOURS wbtlo I woa tin re, seemed bo long, but now havo faded into a pleasant cfflco (kopt by his President's I rojolco memory. In tho conifoit which the llttla addition mado hut secretary), 10 to 11 dally. Secretary's office, 10 to 12 doily. winter has brought, ami also to sec, Treasurer's office, 10 to 12 dolly. now and hear, tho beautiful Bursar's office 10 to 12 dally. clock placed la tho corridor by ttv) ReglsUar'8 office, 10 to 12 dally brother of Mrs. Dr, Felton thru her Light, easy to guide and easy to pull. solicitation. From experience I know and 3 to 4, except Wednesday and Saturday. rewhat a comfort It Is when sleop Built strong and rigid hence long lived- Dean of Labor 10 to 12 dally. fusal to conio, to hear a clock strlko Library, 2 to C Sunday, Tuesday, during tno long boom of tho night. Well balanced and quickly adjustable-co- me It soomcd to us that tho Com- Thursday and Friday 6:30 to 8:30 in and 6ce it, you will like it. mencement events this year wcro p. m., Monday, Wednesday and SatUio "best over." It was a joy to urday. Storo, 10 'to 11 Mongreet the dear friends who camo to attend the Triennial Alumni Reunion. day, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, LETTER TO THE EDITOR EPIDEMIC AMONG HORSES some Richmond, Lancaster, and other Central Kentucky towns aro differing from n serious epidemic among horses. So serious has tbe disease become, a number of livery stables havo been closed, aid many farmera fear to go to town, owing to Uio danger of infecting their stock. Tho disease had been pronounced a species of what is known as black tonguo among animals. HOT WAVE A hot wavo has been scheduled for Uio entire community during tho present week ana Is on tlmo in most I Continued on rage Five tht 1 aai.irlTJ the for hard work in all kinds of soil That's Oliver No. 1 Cultivato- r- Likes work and lots of it A Cultivator that has all the good points many of which are exclusively Oliver. CHRISMAN "The Furniture Man" Page Two. THE CITIZEN ififlltTas seNUlt and only n harmful than the love of the Cleveland mother. True love elves up. Its happiness is found In whatever Is best for the tine beloved. It Is never tyrannical. It does not Interfere except for tin good of the other. The greatest klndnexs we can do for our dear ones Is to let them live their own lives In their own way. W e should not Impixe our wills on them unless very sure It Is necessary for their own welfareto help or save them. June :q, 19I3 The Citizen A Tlilsls' le-- is little family newspaper for all that Is right, trua and Intaraitlnf. rubtUhol College Training Fits a Man To Be a Good Detective going through college n young mnn plnya, but ho HAS TO Conducted by the National Wonnn'a Clirttttan Temperance I'nlon. HE SOMETHING OF A STUDENT TO GET THROUGH. A dunderhead will blunder by once in a whilo, of course, but BRYAN STANDS BY HIS GUNS most of tho bovs have to uso what is in thorn to pass their examinations. That is just what is needed for detcctivo work tho Secretary of Stat 8ervt Nothing but Grape Julea and Mineral Waters APPLICATION AND THOUGHT NECESSARY to pass a. hard at Function. examination. TRAINED MINDS HAVE A BIG ADVANTAGE IN DETECTIVE WORK, BUT WHAT IS NEEDED MORE IS THE STUDIOUS MIND, THE ONE THAT STUDIES ALL THE TIME. AS EVERYTHING CHANQEB IN THE STRIFE AND COMPETITION OF THESE DAYS, 80 DO THE CROOKS KEEP CHANGING THEIR WAYS. MMAJI0NAL SUNMTSOIOOL mry Tliurialay at llfrea, Kjr. BEREA PUBLISHING 00. (1 weorpomlc--l ) J. P. Faulknar, Editor and Manager Subscription Rates FAYAM.K IN ADVANCK One Year Six Month Three Montha Ii.oo 6o 05 I.EftflON TRXT Amoe 1:1-Secretary of State William Jennings OOI.DKN TKXT "fleek good, and not Uryan and Mra. llryan have the courvll, that ye may llv." Amoi 1:11 Disapproval of horeo racing Is at age of their conviction!. When, soon Irast one point on which the Queen after March 4, It waa reported that Amoa waa the third of tho minor of England and the militant suffrathe capital city would be under "white prophets and prophesied concerning are nou-ieribbon regime," some doubted. Liberal terma given to any who obtain new gettes agree. Hut Israel in the daya of Unlah, king of uDacriptioni tor us. Any one tending iu tour Mr and Mrs. Hryan'a drat dinner to Judah, about 790 II. C. Ida name yearly aubecriptlona can receive The Citiren free A fine Instance of the law of Wo havo high class crooks now, and they get into high places for the diplomatic corps gave cheering meant "burden" and hit prophecy retornimaeu lor one year compensation Is found In the fact Adrertliinf ratea on application, asiurance that total their operations. They are just as smooth as anybody, smoother than clplet would rule In abstinence prln veals a aoro one. Though outwardly that Alfred Austin didn't live lo state department prosperous, and victorious upon the too smooth, in fact. It TAKES 111011 CLASS MEN" functions functions of International battlefield, Indeed Israel's "golden read the things that wero written most men uimk or Importance as well as In hospitalities age," yet this prophet reveals that It about him after he died. TO DEAL WITH THEM. It takes men at least as smart as they of less notable character Instead of was an ago of lead aa well, for ha Frank Hitchcock's claim that a aro to learn what llicv are doing. wines and liquors, grape Juice au shows that associated with political bunch ol I'ostofflM npvltlates could ti Mil re I nnd mineral waters were and material prosperity waa a gross r.ot possibly find out In three montha served. Instead of champagne, red moral corruption: even aa wai the i of them come In the Ilo-- 1 alt tho things ho didn't do In four and humble spirit f the wise men of sparkling fruit punch, which bubbled case In tho declining daya of the years la pretty fair logic at any mnn Empire and a waa tho state of old. They have seen his star In the and fitted The innovation caused audi wide, Franco Just preceding tho daya of the rato. east and are come to worship him KBHTUCSK.Y rRBSS ASSOCIATION. French Itevotutlon. Tbla la certalnlM They are ready to lay at his feet the and not always accurate, comment Tho man who doesn't get nil that'J Holy Truth That Jesus Taught gifts which are most pleasing unto that Mr llryan gave to the public an a lesaon for our day. Illeaaed aa havo been ao abundantly, we need to coming to him Is generally lucky. htm. the gold of allegiance nnd tho explanatory statement. WHEN SOCIETY SHOULD FORGIVE. Put the Stamp of Universal'This waa the flrat dinner." he said, ' Pu,,n nd examine the framowork of frankincense of adoration May fiod The Jcau Vn I Jeans tire nut cunllued ity on Christianity. give us open eyes to see the open "which we have given to members of, oui" political and moral life, Mr. Wilson made Mr. Uryan to fiction. They ore found In real life. God'a Proclamation. door which he sets before the Chris- the diplomatic corps and therefore the There Is the case of I wile Denlou of ijecretary of State and then creat-- d They wera wise men indeed who, tian world of today, open eart to hear first time when we came Into conflict New Orleans. Woo to them that aro at ease la tho editor Metcnlf of the Commouer king, the cry of need of these people who with the social custom of serving wine" Z(on.. (TPnl6 x)i whlt indictment, While a mere boy, he and a playmate his civil Governor of the Panama after Inquiring for the I ,al(j jn Bnd of how manr CRn tng set fire to a church. The other lad Canal Zoae. Wonder If he Is trying turned their backs on rich and gay of old sent representatives to the l dinner "The seven other ambassadors then this present day. Tho atato of Israel Jerusalem, and set their faces to the Savior's cradle, nnd open hearts to turned state's evidence, and Dealon to wrec't Mr. BrynnV Commoner. obscurity and poverty of llethlehera. fulfill the Master's Inst command, to in the city and their ladles were in spoken of by Amos haa come down under another name was sent to prison. vlted to meet Ambassador and Mrs. through tho ages. We must not. ot He managed to dig his way out. wanSince there is a shortage of be.'f They were men of rank and wealth give the Gospel to all nations. Hryce, and aa all the gentlemen guests course, suppose that all were In that dered about the world for it time and, I.eople should eat less veal and give and learning from the far east repMeant for All Mankind. were from foreign countries thought state, but rather the majority. Anyeighteen years ago. returned to New the resentatives of all that was best and Jesus put the stamp of universality cahes a chano to grow up. noblest In the civilization of the old on Christianity. It was to he n unl- - It proper to explain to them the reanon one at all Interested or familiar with Orleans, married nnd settled down. for our failure to church life knows how iney nau oniy me seamiest. oriu. Three children were born to him. nr!)., rpiclon. not In the eems to hav been conform to what present-daThe cuorniom increase of Nation customary in this few are concerned with the fundamen, upiioriuiuues oi learning wnat was , He bad a happy home and was con. nhn,.. ,h.t al prosperity which the opening t,f the hope of Israel, matter and how It would vbo cam(! to Bpck for tal work of tho church, vis., seeking sidered a model citizen. mlt unvenia) "Ilellevlng that the liaue should be to save the lost. Not only our IndifferThen, like a stab In the back or a the Panama Canal will shortly bring bo reauzea; uui mey wero earnest In th. th . .. .i10,.i.i .nA men They had studied the heavens .ok for mpn .. fh(lr i.nmM blow In the darkness, some anonymous may cause the "money trust" to ills . met frankly in the beginning, I told ence to those of heathenism but ot our colve from over work. neighbors and companions. How much and the earth until their SOUls Wero ll.lnn of rnnmi.n n,! nn.,r... Ir, .11 them when we sat down to the tabl correspondent told of Don Ion's past. full of God Jn his glory and majesty. He was arrested for the boyish directions. It was to be a religion that Mra. llryan and I had been tee- are wo concerned with tho groans and Let 'em raise the price of beef years before. prank of thirty-threinese men yearneu to Know u ne. that should be satisfied with nothing! totalers from our youth, aa were otir tho cry of Intemperanco except per-hais whose glory Is In the heavens, would snort or having won over to shed a few crocodile teara Ills wife was prostrated by the blow as long as the average garden the whole parent before us, and had tie it stoop to cure the Ills of humanity creation," the tribes of men of every aorvtd liquor at our table, that when and straightway forget? Hut God by and was sent to the hospital. The going to furnish him nnd his neigh three Innocent children will have a bor's chickens all they want lor the They had heard of Israel's hope, the race and language, from the north to the president waa kind enough to ten the mouth of the prophet proclaims hope of a child to be born of David's the south, from the rising of the sun der me the portfolio of state, I aaked "Woe." We are not called to shadow over them to the end of tbelr next four mouths. race, who would bring divine mercy to the going down thereof, until "at him whether our failure to serve but to work, not alone to enjoy but lu lives. Tim. 2 12. If wo aro to Saving $1,000,000 In 17 years on u near to human need. They had a tho namo of Jesus every knee should would be any embarrassment to the to suffer, To the credit of the citizens of New escape the woe' we must beatlr ourOrleans be It said that a petition was talary of $1,000 Is the finest type or vague Idea that the time for that ful- bow, and every tongue should confess administration, and that he generously as was selves and not bo at easo. This of it once circulated and largely signed high financing New York has yet filmentmused, drawing a near; and ap- that Jesus Christ Is lnnl. to the glory left the matter to our discretion they "I suggested that thought It unfair course- refers to the war being waged marvelous behold of the Father." for Denlou's pardon. shown us. pearance t in the heavens w hich to assume that those coming to us against evil and not to any matter of Possibly by the time this reaches the seemed to call them away to seek abroad would Judge ua harshly our p?rsonal salvation, Phil. 46, 7 It. V. reader he will be a free man. Let u God's Gift Straw bats ci.u now venture out him whom their souls desired. Hence Pet. 6 7. This Is the ease or Indifto tolerate the main lis the Father.'01 ,,e unw""" hope so. Christ came to show without umbrellas. ,,,aa,1CH " ference to their long Journey to Jerusalem, nnd and the portrait-Chri- st's Vet this stigma will remain, and the portrai- tf" traditional custom, and of men out God's honor and tho ot Christ. their eager departure for Ilethlehem. llol1 our friendpity of It Is that it will also attach Indelibly printed upon the hearts e,re,,,,,, Tho man who makes a practice cf And when they arrived at the house Is mpn "hip would be made so apparent to The prophet then points to tho nato those he loves. or hanging around and giving advice In they were not offended by the poverty 'I""" And all became of Rome mlernble Christ came to save us from our 1 ,Bt ,aml our lul'Hallty 0 cordial tions that bordered about (verso 2) s inuld 0"'t,ook u,l w,,k and warns them that ltkn an they had V""y letter writer who was too cuwardly to Washington shoulJ bo particularly-cautiou- of the surroundings or the humble sins. What all men could not do. ,f lho just now. He may lie mis- mates. They recognized In the llttlo this one did upon the cross. '" KarM It aa a come and gone, risen to eminence and sign bis or her name. power and sunken to obscurity and deChild the object of their search; Incendiarism, especially of a church, taken f jr a lobbylsi. Christ came to stay Onco coming. 'Pakn,!"-hthey bowed beforo him and presented "My remarks were applauded by the cay, so also will Israel unless It beatlr is a crime and merits punishment: but could not go away Men can leave We "eer spent a more Itaclf. America Is stronr and proud Japan refuses to take any interest to him gifts as tribute from the east him, but ho cannol leave men. It company Is not a life of rectitude a sufficient to, the king of righteousness and love. wan not enough for Cod to but Is Just as weak as those that havo Joyablo evening, remain at a youthful fault a fault in. what Secretary Uryan drinks and atonement for "Tnal u a" ,,lerw u t0 the matter. gone before. W could not stand Were Men Truly Wise. a distance and send gifts to men. Insists on learning what ho thinks. probably duo more to thoughtlessness no more can e can insider the Incident halMavo and Christ Is the earthly Image of God; und What a beautiful picture It makes, and a spirit of mischief than to vlcious-ness- ? and The Mexican government Is no this adoration of the wise men. Truly and no one has yet Imagined a fen- - clo8ed. nJ the custom established ao we stand We may seek to put off tho far as we are concerned. Such cases are not rare. In various tloubt as proud of a loan negotiated they were wise men, with a wisdom, ture of that Image which Is lacking In evil day (verso 3) but whatsoever wo not of this world wise to recognlte Christ forms they crop up in many com- a of a battlo won. RAILROAD MEN BAR TREATING sow that shall we also reap. Gal. 6:7. the hope of the future, not In a monmunities. Israel relied upon the fortified mounThere's always an investigation of arch Burrounded by the world's pomp Prayer for Grace. Individuals are taught to forgive. soma sort to keep the Senate from and luxury, but in the fresh young Grant that we here beforo thee may Many Good Fellows Stop for Soli- tains round about, only to find later not society Should also forgive? such support to be a broken reed, for tary Drink and Run Into Party Child. be set free from the fear of vicissitude life of tho holy heaven-borShould not the man who reforms, who its real work. tho day of reckoning came (9:10). and the fear of death, may finish what of Frlenda In Saloon. Learned as they were, they had simovercomes an evil trait or deed, who Sinners scoff at warning, hell la a Keeping the resources liquid is ple hearth. They had had some remains beforo us of our course with' strives honestly and manfully to live myth. Judgment and death a long way out dishonor to ourselves or hurt to The Hallway Men's Temperance down the past, be honored rather than the modern policy, hut when the glimpse of the great truth that it Is w VI prices begin to ovaiorato Is anoth".-Uor- not learning the world needs so much others, and, when the day comes, may and AntlTreatlng , t II Vll Vf LIU k Ult, society la th thn rnlinP blamed? as life, new life. Would that ail wise, die In peace. Deliver us from fear nnd name of an organization lately start- - ca, n,a.ou. aml thn man paid his penalty; paid It lu This men of the present day were equally favor; from mean l.opes and cheap ed In Columbus, Ohio. Total abstln- - Wltnees his conviction, In bis imprisonment, In Intemperance in America. Jack Johncon has 3.17 long days to wise In heart. Wo thank God that bo pleasures, nave mercy on eacn in his ence Is the ultimate object In view, i.n.i,ni..M his years of life as a wanderer and esdeficiency; let him be not cast down: and while as yet all members are not c,.ln" tZA , ?" w",. , many of them are, who recognize that caped convict, in bis haunting fear of tpend In Jail and meditation. " ' support the stumbling on the way, and teetotalers, all have pledged them- - bo righteous God there is no other hope for man than discovery. a and overlook theso New Democratic cuss word In Wasi.- - the new birth, the pure, holy life. Rie ni last rest to me weary KoDert selves to refrain from treating or ac thlngsT Should not his account, and others "Where Stevenson cepting a treat. Its president, a (knowledge of thothere la no vision ington; "O, sugat." which came into the world when I like it, be balanced? need and the reHocking Valley conductor, says: Christ was born. Here at the very j sources at our command) tho people Kill Flies NOW. Its all right for Andy to congratu- beginning of tho Gospel we find the "We are going on the theory that perish." e. g., throw off restraint R.V.. LOVE MEANS SELF SACRIFICE. late the Kaiser nn 23 years of peac, true relation that should exist between if wo can stop saloon treating we can Prov. 29 18. Lacking a vision, nations, There is a pathetic story from Cleve- but when the entire delegation Gospel of Jesus i Today Is the tlmo to kill files. Right strike the hardest blow at saloon' families and Individuals alike perish. learning and the land of a mother who wanted to keep and particularly at drunken- Itather than to face tho issue (verse 4) now. before tho weather becomes loafjng, suit it looks like an attempt to Christ her children forever babies. Today the nations of the east are! warmer, is the time to clean up. thus ness. It Is not the fellow who hur- wo glvo ourselves to easo and to mothers, rub It In. Most parents, especially ries Into a saloon and takes a lone- tho enjoyu.ents ot on the march, and many look with ap-- destroying the eggs and eliminating tho sensual na-have bad similar yearnings. some, prehension upon the unrest evident tho flics beforo they nre hatched. drink ture, "IJecauso aentenco against thv This mother did not stop with longamong these mighty peoples. They The first lazy tiles of spring are be- that causes the most damage. It Is evil work U not executed speedily," e" ' o ing, however. She tried to defeat the boozer who seeks to make a bar therefore tho heart aro marching towards Jerusalem, that ginning to crawl into the sunny corSIMPLE ADDITION. of the sons of men and time. She did not teach her Mi permanent address, and Is always la fully sot In them to do evil" Keel. Is, towards civilization, knowledge ners. One fly now muy mean 10.000.-00conlittle ones to talk or wnlk. She ready when someone offers to buy. 8:11; and so to the ou. It later and culture, and woo be unto us Filth and stagnant water breed chant ot musto tinued feeding them baby food. She Then, too. many a fellow will stop In (verso C) they drink bowls we fall In our duty and opportunity. flies and mosquitoes. Flies and of win took them from the house only after mosquitoei breed death and disIt Is ours to point them to Ilethlehem. Iloil for a drink on his way home and run (verso C) and anoint thomselvea with Too much typhoid about. dark. Into a party of friends, and the Jig's cholco ointments but are not conease. See the point? It Is ours to show them the guiding your drinking vater. Swat the fly. She admitted no ono to their presup. Someone buys him a drink and he Star, that leads tjiem, to QirbiL. Many cerned about tho aflllctlon of Joseph, ence. She wanted them all for her feels In duty bound to buy another, j. tho chosen ones ot God. very own. and n third steps up, and soon they're Display of Wealth. It was by accident that the authori- PANAMA-PACIFI- C buying them In rounds ami In a short INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, ties discovered the sail plight of the Horo we, havo a torrlflo IndlctmenL time everybody's beautifully sousod " llttlo ones. There were three of them Naturally tho society Is very popu- - Theso people abounded In "superfiul-la- r two, three nud four years old. with the families of railroad men ties" (marg.) suggesting something Tho still crept about and very unpopular with the saloon- - of tho lavUh display of wealth we aro tho floor and cooed in baby fashion. keepers. , constantly beholding, each seeking to Such un Influence had the mother's! outvlA tho other, whereas God Is call- mind and methods upon him that they Ing the Christian to a llfo of ulmpllo- Liquor Makes Murderers. had stunted his physical growth, lie Mr Herry, the late hangman of Eng- - Hjr os the price of power. Tho Intern-lanwas not larger than u normal child of was reported a while ago to perate way some professed Christiana two. Yet all three children were have said. "You ask me If Intoxl-- ' load up with diamonds, thn straining bright and without natural defect cants have much to do with feeding to attract attention by means Of dress, With proper care and training they tho gallows. I tell you I have never aa well aa other forms ot display, would havo been us others. a teetotaler, nor remember mands that wo pauso and ask what The result was that the. mother was one ever being hanged, and In all the i will bo the outcome, let alono the of-arrested and the children bent to an I 600 executions I have been connected foct upon tho Kingdom. Boo I Petor Institution. with, nineteen out of twenty havu 3:3, 4; I Tim. 2:9, 10; Luko 6:24,' 25; Her selfish love defeated Itself Hy , been through drink." Matt. 16:24. seeking to keep her little ones forever "Thoreforo" (verso 7). "Hack of babies she wus not permitted to keep' evory effect Is an ndequato cauao." What Temperance Drlnga. them at all. More nf kcxkI than we can tall, Hack or tho fall ot Habylon waa a cop Selfish love Is always cruel, It does i Mor.. to buy with, mere to !!; rupt court, back of tho fall of Home not look to the happiness and well bo-Morn of coipfiirt, of rare; an enervated, morally emancipated I More to eat und mora to wrar, lng of the object. people ; back ot tho fall of Jerusalem Happlrr homes with facta brUhter; The only true love sacrifices self for' All our burna rendered llsliter; a disobedient race who trespassed tho good of others. Conaclenca Mean and mlndi much atrong- - onco too often. It Is easy to see tho falsity and fufT, In bringing this lesson beforo our Ceprrttbt. till, br Pauaina-I'acia- a !ntrnllonl Eipuiltlon. Debt much shorter, purses longer; tility of this mother's course, but her Hopea that drive away ell sorrow; youngor scholars wo can tell thu atory sin was only au exaggerated form of ulght panoramic view ol the Kxpoultlou shown above gives but a faint Idea ot tho magnificent picture Anl something Uld up for tomorrow. of Israel's outward prosperity and call a fault found in most of us. -- Tha W. C. T. U. Meuengtr. will be presented. Tho wonderful electrical Illumination that la planned will make not ouly tho grounds attention to thu fact that llko the tall In another aspect it appears In the and buildings ot the Exposition aa light as the bright California sunshine, but will Include, all tho beauties ot the oak, If Us heart is rotten, It will fall Care of Pauper. mother who does not want her chilbay and city. The progress of eloctrlcal lighting science makes possible a far more brilliant night effect than has and decay. Kmpbaslzo various other What a ridiculous policy to license dren away from her, who tries to keep ever bocn known beforo. In fact, scientific developments In all lines will ba utilized to make the Panaraa-Paclfltbeui from going to a distant school Interantlonal Exposition fully one hundred per cent greater and grander than any othej- - world exposition ever held. man to make paupers and then tax kinds of Intemperance, In speech, games, wealth, tobacco, eta. yourself to care for these paupers. orIrui.inarrJ;igo.or f.rjni a career. e or Kiprcm Money Send money by Order. Draft, Registered Letter, or one and two pa. cent Mini The date after tour name on label hon to what date your tuftacrlptlou It paid. II II u not chanred within three week after renewal notify ua. Mixing numSen will be gladly aupplied if we Pugilists would be Justified Inform-in- g n union for the sake of rvfuslni; t3 give Jack Johnson n card. i , ny WILLLIAM J. BURNS, Detective Lesson Dr H. O. flKt.LRTlfl. Director nf Kranlnr Department, The Moody IllbU Institute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR JUNE BUNDING 22 EFFECT OF SIN. IS OFFEREDTO ALL slmple-hearlel- f I new-bor- , 1 J .. v n,, , -- e "e" 1 - i il - half-free,- half-sobe- r. -, y. ,,, e 111 ! n5 -- fol-lo- 1 na-tur- 0 1915 1 d I I I 1 ln THK Juno 9. 1913 THE CITIZEN. GOOD WORK OF Page Thrte. CHAT OVERHEARD AT LOCAL STORE Two Mm Discuss Sctioolbook To Promote Christian Unity In 1910 tho I'rotcstant Episcopal Church appointed a commission to brink about n conference of tho various churches whoso nlm should bo tho promotion of ChrMlon unity. Tho commission Is now Inviting nil tho Christian communions thrujut tho world to untto with the Hplsco-pChinch In arranging for such i conference. More than twenty cooperating commissions have been whllo Invitations nru out to ninny others. Tho Episcopal commlaalon Is publishing leaflet explaining the scopo and methods of tho conference, and giving r. list of books on Christian unity. Thoso leaflets havo been circulated nil over tho world, beln sent freo to any who will apply to tho Secretary, Robert II. (lardlncr, ' Gardiner, Mo. Following out the suggestion of cl CANNING CLUBS and Womm Save thi Pnsintfilrls Law. Taught to Vogetablis. Brent, It is understood that In tho conference tho organ'zntlo.i oldo shall not bo made too prominent, hut strc33 Is to l)o put upon nplrltunl power. The aim Is In a now and full way to bring about n rededlrallon to God which will freo from past prcjudlceo. Ministers nnd laymen, both mon Bishop SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING JfOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnl- Training that adds to your general education. power, combined with BOTH AGREE IT IS UNJUST, AIDED BY THE GOVERNMENT. To Hava tha County Authoritlta 8alact Exptrte Furnlihid to Give Instruction tha Chlldran's 8choolbooka Oftan In Scientific Canning While Kentucky Maana a Hardship For tha Paranta Agricultural Department Loam Mod and a Loss of Valuabla Tim to tha Woman Ara Alao Show. rn Outfit Pupil. Ino Intaraat In tha Work. and women, in Kentucky, hnvo besn cnllnted In thla work to tho number of ono hundred and thirty-onnnd tho names of these Demons can be nocured on application, m thnt all who aro In accord with tho spirit of tho undertaking may find kindred spirits with whom they may e, FOR YOUNO MRN Agriculture, Carpentry Printing, CommerchU. FOR YOUNO LADIES Homo Science, Drosinklng, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Ocnoral Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with ome rotational training. No matter what your prctent advance-mn- t, we can put you with others llko youraelf and give chance for most rapid progress. j "Say, lllll, somebody toM me the county la to select the children's school-book- i for next yenr." "Yep, Ihnfa what the felleni round the courthouse any. It'n n new Inw fain." "No; I reckon they've gone hack to, tho one we liml good while ago. Well, nil I en mi y Ik I'm mighty sorry." "WhyT Don't you think our folk can select pood Kchoolliooka?" Coure they win. hut thnt nln't tho lut I'm drlvln'nt. Look here, you're sain' n f n rm name na I am, nln't 11 11 j . youj" J "Yep." "Well, Kiipixme yon Imy your lmy nn' irlrl n net of Imoka for school next fnll, . an' then 'iK.ut tho ('lirlatiun holiday' you go over Into the IHg Hull Hkln neighborhood Juat neroa the county whnt n hie thing It enn Im. 1 rememwell one time when I moved from one county Into nnother The move wasn't more than live mile tther, nn' the new hooka I hnd to huy for my four children coat me $l." "That's mighty tough, nn' I don't wonder you're klrkln' nlmut It." "If the coht of the Ixioka wna nil of It It wouldn't he ko hnd. I've cot heap bigger kick omnia' than juat the coat of the hooks." "Ity George, I hndn't thought nlout that side of the itietlon!" "Course you didn't, 'cause yoilr kid are Juat little feller, nn' they nln't been to achool long. Hut you wnlt until you hae n whole raft of 'em, like 1'vo Rot, nn then you'll understand ber mighty line" TIjo gaidcn behind each and every produce each summer farinhouxe more vegetables tliiin the family can When winter comes the fnrmcr line. ami lilt family linve to buy canned tomntoe, ik'iih, corn ami henna nt the , croaa mad store. The (llrli Cunning clubs thnt the develop United Stales government lug In nine counties In Kenlncky tills suniiiier lire part of n huge movement to check this huge Ion In lino food, and money Unit totals million annual-- ' ly. Beside the saving In money there la nnother (mint which la commonly: overlooked. In miming vegetables that are home grown the lintmewlfo la sure nr"t da article, " Thnt the work nuiy he done In tho mhhIIiIc DCH iiinnner, the United government Is furiiNhlng ex- porta to deuionatrnto thla homo can- 1 work. H10 dato of tho world conference has not yet been fixed nnd will not ho until such organizations have bocn effected .ib will make It suro that the tlmo 3 ripe for tho 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For thoM who are not expecting to tcath and who are not going through College, but deelro more general education. This is just tho thing for thoso preparing for medical atudlca or other professions without a collego course. It also gives tho best general educatlou for those who wl3h a good start in study aud expect u carry it on by themselves. Divorce Evil Felt by Rising Generation By 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expw.--t to teach. Courses are so arranged that young pooplo can tcacli through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on In their course of study. Read DInsmoro'n great book, "How to Teach a District School." Cardinal FARLEY of New York 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College This Is tho straight road Bte ' ' lassssssssssssy'""''"' tho home that contains the vital principles of human happi-'ncs- a that is the NATION'S STRENGTH, and it is the foundation of private ns well ns puhlic well being. Th state is only tho sum of the families that compose it. Relaxation of tho mnrringo tic endangers the integrity of the family and thereTHE FOUNDATION "OF TIIE STATE. fore rMI'KRII-- II is to College best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy lc now Berea's largest department. 6th Door , and provides standard This is tho crown of the wholo Institution, courses In all advanced subjects. S Questions Answered BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with :ts affiliated schorls. Is not a money-makin- g Institution. It roqiilres certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save In ovory way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the charac.tor and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. ( ALARMING EVIDENCE OF THE INFLUENCE UPON OUR RISING GENERATION OF THE SOCIAL CURSE OF DIVORCE, WHICH "STRIKES AT HOME LIFE, IS EVERYWHERE ON HAND, AND IT SHOWS THE GREAT INJURY DONE TO SOCIETY. TO THE HUSBAND AND WIFE THEMSELVES AND TO THE CHILDREN. 11 Every child has a right to a mother's heart, to a mother's arms and to n father's love. Every child has a right to a homo with its father and mother. Divorce and dissolution of family deprivo and ROB TIIE CIIII.D.0F THAT TO WITICn EVERY CHILD IS ENTITLED, and it works an irreparable injury to the child. Every right thinking man should raise his voice against the grow- fe thnt nometlmes n chlhVII lone n lot of vnlunhle time. ing evil. There's my oldest Ixiy. lle'a coin' on sixteen, an' he'a through the elehth grade nn' remly for the high achool. He'd been through almost two years of high achool work If he hadn't loit time HEALTH HINJF0R TODAY. tha twin' from one school to nnother." CANN1.M1 CLl'll AT VALLKT MTATlON. The man wna allent for n moment de-- J Propr Clothing. before he coiitluueil sadly: "The boy'a nlng work. The state agricultural loaning each of the nine The presence of clothing stimublc for his age, nn' now he'a Koln' to pnrtment la counties a home canning outfit, and lates by friction the circulation work ixvnuxe lie feel he la too b!g thcmsclvca nre nnd If of nonconducting matein' old to co through high achool. The the ('(unitiesteachers, parents furnishing wide and rial keeps the skin nt a normal chnngtn' round menu thnt my I toy Interested won't take n high ochool education like awake country girls to form the clubs. tcmixTature and the blood from lu Jeffcoou county clubs hnvo been being driven mm the surface of ho plnniied to. Just tho other dny I O'Han-- 1 the tody to the vital organs, thus saw In n paper where the nvernge pny developed nt Valley Station. During tho latter preventing Intlammatlous. confor the iiinii who hud only gone through lion's and Oknloua. .May the government exjiert jHxrt gestions, kidney troubles nuu vathe eight grades wna allilor-- t JtfX) less gave of throe demonstrations. Of course rious other ll's dependent uon than that of the feller who had had n there were 110 ripe tomatoes or beans high achool co"rse. the action of the blood and its If that's ho my In the country that early In the seatxiy'II Ntiiud to liw( almost SS.OiX) In vessels. A human Ixxly exposed son, no they were Ismght lu the city hard money In the next twenty years to cool nlr soon begins to lose and taken to the Hchoolhousea where ttf his life. Ile'M oo enough through Its bent by three different procwere to meet. Hoddes the esses- viz, by radiation, by evapthe change. In his school to buy him n tho clubs girls who were inomlers of the clubs. tlrat class form. oration of surface moisture and many mothers and Interested house-- 1 The men were lleut again for few The natural tiy conduction. kcvluT came nnd brought their dinmoments. At length one spoke up. heat of the liody Is necessary to ners so they might get the benefit of ' "Kinder atrango how all of us fellers all the work that was done. life nnd must tie maintained. I talk an' plan how things ought to he After the first lot of tomatoes had run at Wnahliiglou," lie Mild. "We been put through the canner by the talk of who should be president nn' nil xsrt In forty minutes the girls were to that. An' wo won't take the trouble straighten out M"hoollMk Inw thoroughly Interested nnd continued try to tho work. It wnx remarkable how In Kentucky that menus money out of work went with five girls as our KK.'kcta ewry time we move nn' fast the busy ns As one old farmer money out of our children's ockcts for expressed It: "Kvery year I've been on thu rest of their natural Uvea." my place I've made up my mind to "Say, let'a all agree to watch the plant fewer tomnto vines, for I hnvo little hit, an' let'a get more tomatoes than we can uso nnd schools Just busy with our next legislature nn' aee give nway. Hut I don't believe I'll cut If us fellera that aland between the them down In number this year If the 1111' feed folks can't have plow handles girls can do the work this fust I've icings fixed to suit our isicketbooka tfn' to make It better for our children." Is 11 11 11 "Whnt la It" "What hurt me HEALTH HINT FOR TODAY. Kep Your Mouth Clean. The mouth Is the most neglected mid III kept organ of the human Issly. Some authorities assert Hull our neglected and mouths are responsible for mole human Ills and losses of working elllelency than any other one organ In the tsnly. Core of the teeth cannot be taught too soon. Children In school should be taught the care and proper use of the "human grinding machine." This Is particularly true where children are not taught a few simple, regular habits about cleaning and brushing the teeth at home. Toothbrush drills are n regular course In some of our Jarger city schools. They should Ik In ever' school. mis-iim- Berea live in College buildings, am farm and shops, receiving valuable tho value of their labor. Except in 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 the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoe are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. Thi College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students lire, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week. In the fall, and S1.50 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 !s returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, bosnital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachtrs all our Instruction is a tree gift) The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal COO ami (7.00 in Collegiato courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments ure as follows: FALL TERM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL All except those with parents in many assist In work of boarding hall, training, and getting pay according to winter it is expected that all will have Incidental Fee Room Board 7 . weeks 10, 1913 $ 5.00 5.60 9.45 I 8.00 7.00 9.45 COLLEOS $ 7.00 7.00 Amount duo Sept. .. .. Board 7 weeks, due Oct. 29, 1913 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 v $22.45 9.45 $31.90 $23.45 9.45 $32.30 l Total for term If paid In advance '$20.00 WINTER TERM 5.00 6.00 9.00 31, 1913 11 S3I.40 $ 6.00 $32.40 $ Incidental Fee Room 7.M 7.20 9.00 23.20 Tha Nw Schoolbook Law, A affong effort Is expected to bo ran nt the next session of the general assembly to amend the textlxsik Inw, IKisslhly restoring the system of stnto The present Inw provides iclocllon. that each county shall clusise Its own textliooks through it commission commember of tho county posed of board, n member of the board of examiners and county school principal. The ld contract will expire next year, ml as no M'loctlnns have ever made by county commissions those In favor of state selections are desirous of securing legislative action restoring U before the county commissions hnve a chance to net. Vnder the old state system the county Judges, county iiiperlnteiideiits and county attorneys voted on the textlwoWs nnd a mnjorlty ruled. Homo form of legislation will bo considered by tho Kentucky IM11 rational association nt lis meeting In Louisville. April !10, and probably n draft of the measure favored by n will be prepared for submission to the general nssemhly. Kdllorial HnovllloKun. 11 11 U-e- .. 6 Board wocko 7.20 9.00 22.20 9.00 31.20 tar k. Amount dun Dec. Board 6 weeks due Feb. 14 20.60 9.00 29.00 9.0J 32.20 Total for term If paid in advance S28.50 $30.70 $3I.70 r E i Li V Ti:iti:.rn:i) WK AHi: INTHNHKI.Y I.N- - in TION OK A tiiu km:c- l'HKSIDKNT ok INTlCIt-1JSTK- TIIU I'NITUD STATICS. HUT WK Alii: NOT IN TIIU KI.KOTION OK T1U2 TUUSTHH WHO 18 f'M'4 ok 01m ciuu)iu:n. COMKOItT AND KDUCATION itKsroNsuii.i: kou tiik ; lioiiso also fitted for guS lights. The house is constructed of good material and is well built. It has double floors, the top floor being of hardwood handsomely finished. The fust floor rooms are finished in hardwood, the second o'llANNON'H CANNING ChVV. pi hard pine. Thu building is also storm sheeted and is plastered Just Iktii tlgiiring 011 It llttlo bit. and thruout with patent wood fiber plaster. There are three beautiful this little dinner that'll set 011 top of tiled grates with oak mantels with large Irt nch plate mirrors. a 0110 burner or coal oil stove The water supply is from a deep bored well on the back porch. will cull sixteen quarts of tomatoes ' This is a most beautiful home. We are going to sell it if we can. overy of an hour. That Any one wauling a good home in Herea with an opportunity to send la 20H quarts lu a ten hour day." "Yes," remarked om of tho house- his children lo school will find it to his advantage to vyrite to Hicknell keepers, "and the great beauty of It la. & Harris at once. We will be delighted to give prices on this or any which we have. And we like to have calls also for we with the temperature you ran get In can show belter than we can describe the property. 0110 of these cunners. you can ran anything nnd be sure of Its being perfectThere have been some good bargains in the way of vacnnt lots ly sterile. You don't hnve to use any- and residence properties sold on Jackson Stieet recently. We have thing will) bonus, for Instance, but a still some splendid offers to make properties running in prices from pinch of suit and llttlo water. 500.00 up to 4000.00 right in Uerea and just out of lierea. We long tlmo to get the "Well, It took the matter with us. old mothers In this part of tho country should be pleased to have any one take up use thermometers to test their cream to Yours very truly, furnace-heat11 o thrc-imrtcrpro-peit- lkT.s, Kentucky., the lot being 60x200 feet, fronted by a concrete walk; it concrete basement under the whole houe; arranged for This beautiful property lies on the south side of Chestnut Street, This does not Include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Winttr Fall Total Spring $36.M $12.00 $10.00 Stenography and Typewriting .. .. 14.00 12.00 36.M 10.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .. .. 14.00 18.0s 6.00 5.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) Business course studies for students in other departments: 27.00 7.60 9.00 10.60 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 18.00 5.00 6.00 ISA of Instrument Cosn. Lsrw, Com. OeoE, Com. y 11 11 before churning, and I reckon It'll take some lime to get them to use modern dinners with thermometers so they will bo certain of results In canning." BICKNELL & HARRIS, Kentucky Berea, In no case wli; special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at d Any Berea If there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time In the pubils schools going over and over the same things, when they might be improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting in on new studies wisfc some of the best young men and women from other 00 unties and state Applicants must bring: or send a testimonial showing that they srs 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 la strictly forbidden, Fall Torm opens, Wednesday, Sept. 10th. For Infonnatioa or friendly advice writs to the Secretary, able-bodie- Arlth., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 1.80 1.60 I.4C D." WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Page Four. THE CITIZEN. Mrs. Sinclair, Miss Sinclair, Mrs, Dr. Holdcninn. nnd daughter left last Friday noon for Port Huron, Mlchlgnr where they will epond tho summer. 2 Miss Douglao, AssUtAnt Denn o( 'h men, went ono day lost week to her homo In Wellington, O., whero she will spend tho summer. Prof, and Mm. F. O. Clark visited Mrs. Clark's parents In Kstlll (County une to, 1013 'flT. palKU-ftr- e held Up" TIiTTtl Dr.-- M. McMillan, assistant sanitary superintendent, and his assistants compute the cost of the city's cooperattoa of the work based on their survey of On city. Doctor McMillan reported tbat he haa found Manhattan very dirty tn spots, but that llrooktyn was dirty all over Now York Evening World jooooooooooooooooooooooooou 8 LOCAL PAGE NETS OF BEREA s s AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A Don't forget Mm. Laura Jones' closing out talo of hats Is on. (let a 15 bat for ?3 now. A good stylish hat (or $2. It will pay yoj to come and sea tbeso bargains. Bit; CITY IMIOMK IBS & Trust Co lino of children!' hats just In, cheap, Office over Berea Bank everything cheap. (ad) Miss Margaret Williams, who (or the past fifteen months has been DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life, Acadest, and Lire Stock In tho Nurses' Training School, St. oooooaoaooaooi DENTIST DR. BEST, INSURANCE Will sign your bond. Phone 505 Knoxvllle BEREA ClnclnnaU Richmond, Ky. p. . 1:62 a. 1:07 p. m 7:46 am, 6:30 p. m. South Bound, Local 8:16 p. m. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m BEREA 7:00 p. m. 6:60 a. Ei. Knoxvllle North Bound, Local 7:00 a. m. 10:6 Kxprou Train. at Berea to take on passengers (or Dayton, O., Richmond, lnd., Indianapolis, Ind., Colum-buO., and polnta beyond. South Bound. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:65 a. m. BEREA No. 33 will atop to take on passengers (or Atlanta and polnu bei yond, North Bound 4:45 p. m. BEREA 8:50 p. m. Cincinnati No. 32 will stop a, ALL PERSONS Knowing themselves indebt ed to me will please call and settle by July 1st, as I wish to close all accounts by that time. Palace Meat Market U. B. ROBERTS, Proprietor Houghton, Parry, I'hoeulx, Seehler and Banner buggies now on the floor (ad.) at Welch's. Mr. Alwin Duiter Todd left last Wednesday for Battle Creek, Mich. Mr. Todd will spend a few days nt that place, and will then goto Harbor Springs, Mich., for the remainder of the summer. Mr. J. It. Stewart of Boston, Mass., who la making an extended tour thru the South, was In Berea for a (enclave this week. Friday and Saturday, Mrs. Laura Jones has a great Sailor Sale. New rpeclal Hue of Sailors just in for this sale, all at $1.00 each. There will be preaching at the Blue Lick Sunday School next Sunday, Juno 22th, at 3:30 p. m. Miss Grace L. Cornelius, who has been visiting with her brother, Dr. A. fF. Cornelius, for the past ten days ut Crafts fllle, Ky., returned honv.', Monday night Hooslcr wheat Welch's. drills . (ad.) now at Mr. J. W. Dooley, traveling salesman out of Cincinnati, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents near Berea. Mr. Dooley left Monday (or Maryville, Tenn. New Hats, Ratine, duck and linen, midsummer novelties at Mrs. Laura Jones, Borea, Ky. (ad) McCormlck mowers, rakes and cultivators at Welch's. (ad) Wm. Duncan Is at home looking after his new house that he Is having built. Mrs. J. M. Covle made a vl3lt by the way of her sister, Mrs. Hord at Speedwell, Monday night, ami (rom there to Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Logsdon, Tuesday, and to her sister, Mr3. Berryman, Wednesday, arriving homo, Thursday. The Misses Grace and Mary Adams and Lucy Ogg were In Richmond, Friday. FOR SALE: An extra good milk cow. W. A. Ogp, Phone 117-- 2 Town Planning Taught KIN6ST0N NEWS week. With rare oiccptlona, towns and PLAN cities In the United Htatos have grown CITY BUILDING Kingston, June 16. Mrs. Elizabeth NEW Mrs. J. W. DInsmoro left yesterup In haphazard fashion Little, It any, day (or Kent, O., where Prof, Dlnj-aor- o Murray, who has been very sick (or la made to foresee future noeds recently accepted a position tho post two weeks, Is soma botte.'. Rectangular Arrangement of Streets effortprovide for them aa elttca expand. and That Prevail! In America It AbanMiss Clcmmlo Abrams of Richmond In tho new Normal School. Sho will Europe, however. Is taken town plan doned In Europe. bo with her husband for a few days, spent a few days last week with her nine very seriously Last aummerfor leaving toward the end of tin month cousin, ernn nuns. Tmb rectanular arranroment of example, a course In tho subject waa (or Oshkosh, Wis., where she will Mrs. Ruckcr lelt, Sunday, for Hamll. streets, which prevalla In most Amorl- - conducted at the Hampstoad Oarden tench In the Stato Normal Summer ton, O., whore sho will spend suvernl I can cltlea has boeu generally aband-week- s suburb, under the auspices of the Uniond In Europe. So haa the modlftca- - versity of london extension board. school this cummer. with her son, James. Louis, Mo., Is now In Bcroa for :t Mr. Horaco Bcatty and Green Powell Hon of It by the addition of radial This suburb was selected because It Reports from Prof. Dlnstnore Infew days' visit. avenues, 01 wnicn waamngion is sucn afforded a good opportunity for studydicate that ho Is highly pleased with rpont a (ew days last week in Gar a conspicuous example. Irregularity ing tho results of town planning meth-odWho Is tho next lucky man? The County, buying sheep. new position. He will return to rard Courses of lectures were given haa been substituted for regularity, al pivot beam Brown cultivator tor his Miss Kathcrino Bale of Richmond though there la no hard and fast rule' by experts from the practical, legal, Berea for a few days about the (ad) $27.50 at Welch s. Is spending thlo week with her aunt, about It Streets are laid out In engineering, survxylng and public August. Tho homo ot Mr. and Mrs. Henry first of Mrs. J 00 Bales. sweeping; curves or parabolas, as In health aspects, and on the developMrs. Taylor left Monday to vl.lt Muncy was brightened June 12th by Miss Bortha Harp ot Lexington Is parks or private estates. Ily this ment of the venture In foreign counIn Pennsylvania for a short time betho birth of a girl. spending this week with her aunt, means recurring vistas of parking and tries. Thero were also special .lectures fore sailing for England. Mr. TayHouse and three lots for sale. JfiuO houses are secured, at well aa the on suburb planning, garden city esMrs. Rollle Riddle. I cash If sold before July J St. O. W. lor remains ovir (or a week, after open as-- , tates, tho financial aspects of the subMrs. Whit Moody spent Sunday maximum or light, air, and which he will join her for the pecta. Even In the poorer quarters ject and so on, Hook, Berea, Ky. with nor mother, Mrs. Ballard. trip. this plan la pursued. This haa com Mr. and Aire. John K. Dean and chil Mr. and Mrs. Kit Parks of Berea pletely revolutionised the appearance Miss Loulso Frey left Friday for dren havo been ilsltlng during the Mlscnlef Done by Vitriol. pent part ot last week with the of the city. Several tons of vitriol were spilled past woek with relatives In Indiana. her homo at Liberty. Sho will bo nt ! tormct'a Parents at this place, Open spaces for parks and over an embankment, aa the result ot Bo3alo May of Salycrsr'.llo homo until tho latter part of Aug Miss are reserved at Intervals n collision during shunting operations Dr. F. J. EaklnS Rpctlt tho pa'--t ust when she sails for Europe has been making an extended lslt parents of Ioul- - I within easy walking dlstanco of al- - at Okehampton railway station, Devon, Mr. and Mrs. 11. B. Taylor were two weeks with his ' moil with Prof, and Mrs. May. . .... an England, recently A tank containing r avatv hnrnn TS.ir VIIIO. Miss Jesslo Smith returned Satur vlsltod from laat Saturday until Tuesuvm, ..,1 numerous that one la Impelled to be- - the acid was thrown over the embank- m, nH t,. "8Tn day from a visit with relatives near day by Mrs. Taylor's brother, Mr. dau'ghter, ar '0,okeK1 ,nt0 lhe ro,d JJln,n- - Th ! raenl Lcona. were the guests ..( sary lhBf Walter Benu3 of Denver,. Colo. as neces of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Flanery lait sary aa schoolhouses or police sta- liquid poured In streams down the A party of nearly thirty students roadway, and flowod through a Bold FOR RENT: Two houses, 5 and 7 Sunday. tions. Those open spaces are very and down gullnys to the river, where rooms (or $7.50 and $3.50 per month. left Berea soon after Commencement varied. Some are round, others are It killed 400 trout, many of which (or Battlo Creek, Mich., where they Seo S. B. Combs. square; some are sunken gardens, when examined wore found to have SILVER GREEK ITEMS have places tor the summer to work Miss Ruth M. McFall, of Oberlln, 0., others suggest an Italian villa. In thnlr skin peeled and bleached by the at tho Sanitarium. a student ot Borea In 190!, came to Silver Crook, Juno 16. Mr. Hill order that thoy may not obstruct acid. A number of dead eels were) The announcement of the marriage Berea last Friday. Miss McFall will Davis, who has been alck for Njvcral I traffic, the open spaces are often to I also found on tho banks of the river. Roy Eastman to Angella Anna one ,ldo of the treet The Imaglna- - . Tho hml nvlrinntlr ttitnnftfl nut nt th bo In The Citizen office during the of days, Is ablo to bo out again. Vocke, o( Napoleon, O., was received ,h- - .ilrn1. In ensuing year. rrH. Mrs. C. T. Todd spent Monday even tlon of the artist has been allowed by Berea frlcnd3. Mr. Eastman Is n free play In the designing of these l)de d,n wh)ch ,t nr,ded u,, acld MIsa Margaret Dooley who has been ing with Mrs. Mary Kindred. i neighborhood . ... . narks. u... tu .1 . Ik lIUbUf7... i Haili at Richmond came home, Saturday. graduate ot Berea Collego In the clas uctJirueu Mr. Roy and Alt Gndd spent Sun- tho roadway doge tbat touched the Judgo T. J. Coyle was in Cin ot 1909. Ho is now practicing law In day with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis. Ottawa, 0. NEW YORK IS TO CLEAN UP flowing liquid went howling away and cinnati on business last week. Mlaa Bcttlo Johnson spent Mon Henry C. Ingram, who will In at a safe distance licked tholr burnt Mrs. J. B. Richardson and chil day night with her sister, Mrs. Pat ) paws. remembered as a Berea student a Button Inscribed "For Health and dren, have returned from a very (ew years ago, Gadd. now engaged In tho to Be Worn by Million pleasant visit with relatives In Hamil Miss (irtcio Johnson Is visiting In Color Value In Plants. work of tho American Sunday Union, Citizens. ton, Ohio. Cincinnati this vcek. Color value In foliage Is a rery ImCarbondale, III., Is married and has Estridgj Mrs. from Paint Lick Miss Mary Kindred spent Frlda Thn campaign of the board of health portant olnt too often overlooked by a son. vlslted with Mrs. Felix Kstrldge last to have New York give Itself a whole garden owners. Homes surrounded by week. sale scrubbing, beginning April 1, Is heavy masses ot dark, somber foliage th4t cheerful. Inviting to Include tho dletrlbutlon of a million do not Mrs. Magglo Bengc has returiu-coat lapel buttons as soon as tho and hospitable appearance ttvery home to her homo In Oklahoma after a proper appropriations are made at should benr. Dark and heavy follago long visit with friends and rela should be kept In tho rear of a solid city hall. tives in Berea. On her way home sha background against which the brighter One button will read: stopped oft in Illinois to visit wttli "For Health and Decency, Clean Up and lighter parts 'of thn picture may As you come forward be dlsployed. her two brothers. New York City. 1913." Another, Intended for women shop- use more bright Incidentals also, la When you want a real wagon It's the way ot flowering or perennials. Be pers, will read: "Studebaker," "Old Hickory" or "We Don't Deal In Dirty Stores. consistent and Intelligent In the dispo"Webor" at Welch's. sition ot your planta and tho effect Clean Up! 1913," Mrs. John E. Colfee left a few days The gcnetal.plans of the artlecajn- - cannot fall to be harmonious. ago (or Tropica!, Gal., where tho will spend tho summer with her iarent3. HICKORY PLAINS ITEMS lln. Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Ballantvue. Mrs. iVlla Smith and children of Hickory Plains, June 17. Our SunEd Owens o( Livingston while un day school picnic, Suuday, was en- Whites Station were tho guusts, Sathis way homo by the way ot a joyed by all pnsent and also the urday evening, of Mrs. Maupln. delght (ell off, south of Berea, tho sermon by Rev. Howard Hudson In train running ever his leg. He was FOR SALE CHESTNUT SHIN6LES tho morning. tho afternoon Lu later moved to the College Hospital I have cevcrnl hundred thousand told tho children a missionary story for a surgical operation. which wan enjoyed by all. Mr. Hud- chestnut shingles and can ship on Mr. J. B. Richardson expects to son wilt preach here the vecond Sun-ija- y bhort nolico Write or call or phono go away next week (or a short vaca(or prlct. H. II. Wood, Wlldle, Ky. of every mouth. tion. Mr. J. A. Bongo boa returned from Several ot tho colored people of HORSE STOLEN Ohio, where ho has been at work, the town attended ConmuVncomont Mr. It. U Potts Is recovering IrJiii A sorrel niare, six years old, .whlt exercises of Lincoln Institute o( Kena (ow weeks' Ulneas. ftpot In forehead about the size of n tucky at Slmpsonvlllo last week. Mrs. Mary Burdette and daughter, dollar, 15 2 hands high, an extra Mr. J. H. Branuaman was lit Be Mrs. J. M. Klanard, spent Suuday saddle maru ot light, quick stop haa rea, Monday, on business. with Mr. and Mrs. Franks. teveral scars on left hind leg, cut Mr. Robert McSwaln, (ormer resi Mr. Zeke Edstcr and family were Ly wlro, has a few whltu hairs on left o( Berea, whose shoe 6hopwa3 dent tho gueats ot Bud Bush and family, jaw. Taken Monday ulght, Juno 2, burned iu the Main Street fire, 13 Sunday. from my homo In Owsley County. now residing ut MIddletown, Ohio. Hoed Cornellson, wife and bon o' Waa seen Commencement day nt Mr. and Mrs. McSwaln and their Byboetown were guests of Liberal reward offered for the Mrs. children are thlJ week visiting Mrs. Emily Barkor over Saturday. inaro (n addition to the $50 reward McSwaln's parents near Richmond. Mesaro. Harbcr Smith and Willi.? offered by the Statu for tho thief. Mr. George R. Faulkner, a student with her brother, John W. Johnson. Rltter spent Sunday with Luther Muu- W. St Clair Hogg. Trilby Ky. COLLEGE JTEMS Schools ot this j Mr. and Mrs. of the Vocational Lewis son, ooooo4ooooooooS Prof. C, F, Rumotd Is spending this week In St Louis on buolneos. Mr. llatidlllo Castollanoo, In sending his subscription (or Kentucky Hall, gives greetings to his tencherj and classmates, and says Borea seems better to him tho farther ho gcta away (rom It Hi Is to spend tho num. mcr In Chicago. Home Ruin THelpsT last play-groun- ' ,T" ' I I "Jy GO TO "The Stores That Made Berea Famous" B"-re- a. rlug3. (ad) Mr. Alfred Meeso left (or his home Iu Ohio last Friday, after spending several days with his many friends in Berea, Mr. Claude C. Anderson, pf tho class of '13, after visiting at homo since Commencement, returned to Berea, Monday of this week. Mr. Anderson will Bpeud about a month in Berea before going toBuckhorn, Ky., whero ho will have charge ot the De partment ot Acrlculturo In Wither-spoo- n College. Miss Olllo M. Parker, a teacher or tho soventh .grade last year, aftfr spending several days during Com- -. mencement In Berea, returned Thura- uay, 10 uer noma at Alexandria, O. M1S3 Docs Ma.sh, who has been attending a Bceton Cooking School returned to Berea tho flrtt of tho woek (or a visit. year, left, Tuesday, for Foraker, noma, whero he will spend the Elmer Okla- sum- - and mer. Mlss Lillian Ambrose spent several days of last woek with Miss Edith Ellis at Slmpsonvlllo. Four students. Arch Smith. James Simpson, Claudo Buchanan, and W. Dobblng, left, Monday (or an Island in Erie near Sandusky, O., where (lflss. Mr Sam Davis spent Suuday with they are omployed to work on a . Foroet Dowdon. !, ninnoinn Mr and Mra. Isaac Davis and chU- ,.,H.,f ,mm(m twi, 8undt w,th Mr' and M- who went, Mdnday night, to attend ?renT,K,t Chester, spent Sunday with Mr. and .Mrs. Joo Lewis, ISio MUsos Iva nnd Magglo Andvr- n spent Friday In Berea with their unt( Mm. E. II. Brookshlro. meetings begin Protracted nt allyar Crook. Ju 23rl' Charllo "rooKsntro wm preach and it is 11000(1 evory on0 attend tho :uocl-La' ko riYJLC CDCC TROUSERS OR VEST c.,i ..,. I For a short time only we are offering with every Suit or every Coat and Trousers a FREE Fancy Vest or a FREE Pair of Trousers made to your measure by ( The Racket Store see CLARKSTON DeeringJ Mowing Machines and Rakes MAM STRJCET. near Book TELEPHONE NO. tho Southorn Conference of the Y. M. C. A. at Montreat, N. C, Just out BIG HILL JTEMS from Ashcvlllo, more than a doz;n Big Hill, June 15. Mr.. Chlldera teachers aud college workers went preached at Pilot Knob church, Juno alone. Mr. Grant E. Lilly, Editor and own - !"1 Tho pastor, J. W. Parsons, was at or of the MadUDnian, Richmond, Ky , I Pilot Knob church last Saturday and was a Berea visitor yesterday. Sunday. Ho preached Saturday but gavo way (or Mr. Ponnlman o( Berea to preach Sunday. R j Mr. Ponnlman delivered a good ormon. The Globe Tailoring Co. Cincinnati Every garment is backed by the rigid guarantee of the makers. Take advantage of this NOW. 40 CALLS) W. O. MOORE, at the Nicely Stand For all kinds of FEED and BREAD STUFFS, Potts Flour and Meal in any quantity, Corn, Oats, Hay, Straw, Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed. We are able to furnish feed in car load lots. Sunday School was organlied nt Pilot Knob church. Sunday morning. ,The appointed time (or tho service will bo at 10 o'ch'ck. Every one Invited. Mrs. Julia Crump (rom Lexington, who was vlattln; in this vicinity, re-turned home last woek. I Mr. Nathan Castocl, (ormorly of this place, and Miss Eliza Lakes of jDuluth, wero married a (ew wooka ago. Mr. Joaeph Bouton spent Saturday night with Mr. Jesslo Noely. Mr. Joseph Roeco'a son Is able to bo about again. t 500 Patterns to Select from Prices $20 to $40 Let Us Take Your Measure To-da- y HAYES BEREA, '"e Quality - GOTT Store" - KENTUCKY June 19. 1913. sponge, will hold only a certain quan Uty of water. Do you suppose that they concluded that tllo drains should bo made shallow or deep? What do you suppose they learned about aolla having gravel or sand aubsollaf The next week, these boya came to school with small strips of litmus paper, which tbey purchased for Are cents at the drug store, aomo clean saucer, and aomo samples of aoll taken from different places. One touched some vinegar (acid) with the litmus paper to ao what chungo would be made In Its color; one touched some lemon Juice; anoth er placed a piece against a raw piece of tomato. Then they touched some dampened soda, wood ashes, and time. These they found to be alkallno; that la they acted much like lye, Thoy learned that by carefully mixing a little llmo water and vinegar no change In the color of the litmus paper would bo made. They had read that such a substance was aald to be neutral. They learned that tho water was neutral. The samples of aoll were separately mixed with rain water to a stiff mud, and a piece of litmus paper pushed Into each and allowed to remain two or three minutes. Three found that their papers were darkened from being wet, but that there were no marked changes In the color. The soils tested therefore were cla-ter- n THE CITIZEN, LETTER FROM THE DA6ERS. HOME CANNING DEMONSTRATION A recent letter from Mrs. Dager Dr. Mutchlcr, Stato leader of tho in Africa to Oorca friends, tells of boys' and glrlo club work will bo In their continued health and happiness. Deroa, Tuesday, Juno 24th to gtvo a It boars tho dato of March 17th, demonstration of homo canning acand speaks of a visit to ono of their cording to club methods. interior stations, ono hundred and Tho mooting will bo held In room fifty miles away from Klnt, where 37, Industrial Building, and canning thoy ottpecuAl to go and rcmlaH will begin about 1:30 p. Hi. Thcro during May. will bo talks to tho Corn Club boys They wo raorj than usually hop- - too. All club members both boys py In their work at Etat now, ow- nnd girls oro to bo present and all ing to tho fact that they have re- ladles Interested In homo canning cently gono Into a now homo which oro Invltod, gives them a commanding vlow. methodistconfer'ence Much of tho letter Is taken up with tho description of their homo Bishop Anderson of tho Methodht and their gaidcn, which furnlslioj Episcopal church will bo In Uorea, many good things to cat, much of Friday, Juno 27Ui, and will bo tho which docs not differ from our own leading speakor at U10 Lexington Disgarden vcgetr.blej; but in addition, trict Conference which convenes st thoy have, luscious pineapples and tho local church Juno 24th. Some bananas and many tropical rosea. of tho other leading speakers aro Rev. vines, nnd ferns. Ky., J. M. Melvln, D.D., Lexington, Thoy wish to bo remembered to Pres. P. J. Ports of Union College, many Borca friends and ac Barbourvllle, Ky., their 7). and Rev. J. Page live mm tower TWO SCORE ARE MSB Re-aul-ta a SERIOUSLY HURT TROLLEY CARS HAVE REAR-ENCOLLISION WAS RUNNING FORTY MILES AN HOUR, BOYS' TEST OF SOILS Interesting Experiments of Four Ohio Youths. Most Impressive Lesson Learned Wat from What They Did Rather Than from What They Read of Trial. ny CRIMINAL CARELESSNESS e- T IB difficult to be alwaya traa to ourselves, to bti al ways what we wish to be, what we feel we ought to be. As lone aa we feet that, aa Ions; as we do not surrender the Ideal ot our life, all rlirht. Our aspirations represent the true nature of our soul much Muller. more than our every day Hfe. M Wreck Occurs at a Sharp CurvWomen and Children Burled Under 8teel Timbers. 80ME BEST DISHES. Recipes which aro great favorites with ono person might not be at all appreciated by another, and yet It la safe to assume that most people en- Joy the plain things beat. Waffles. Mir and sift one and a fourth cupfuls ot flour with a fourth ot a teaspoonful of salt and a half teaspoon ot aoda. Separate the yolks and whites of two eggs, beat well, add a cupful of thick sour milk to the yolks and stir In the dry Ingredients, and add threo tablespoonfuls ot melted butter after folding In tho whites of the eggs. Bake on a well buttered waffle Iron. Finnan Haddla Cut fish in strips and put Into a baking pan, cover with water and place on the back of the range and allow to heat slowly; Four boya who wer members of the same country school had read about how the aoll had been formed by glaciers; they had seen the aoll on the hillside farm gradually removed by tiny atreama and deposited on thn nearby level farm. had noticed the effects of' PVrctlng and thawing on high bank TdJ the aldea of the ditches, Hut there were some facta about aolla that which they knew only by what thoy rend. Kach one resolved to contrlb- - rnor. a, n. nitAiiAM, lee of Agriculture.) Ohio cot- - quaintances. Walsh of Chattanooga, Tcnn, CARD OF Y. W. C, A, CONFERENCE The Mlsooa Bessie DoIIord, Nellie Coo, DIancho Nlcolla, Jossle llalne and Mabel Chang, delegates from the Uorea Y. W. 0. A. to tho Southern conference at lllack Mountain, N. C, returned laBt Tuesday morning. Thcro wcro nearly six hundred gtrU representing tho leading Colleges In tho South at this conference. Thl3 Is mora than twice U10 number of last year. Tho conforenco Is rcport-e- d to havo boon a success In every way, Tho girls not only enjoyed the many lectures and many new ocaualnt. anccs hut wcra Inspired and helped by tho beautiful scenery tho "Land of tho Sky" afforded. THANKS jfiey neutral Ono boy found his paper turned a brlcklsh red, That was decided to be an acid or sour soil. It was learned that It needed draining or liming, or perhaps both, to neutralize It. The most Impressive lesson these boys lenrned was from what they did, rather than what they read. What these four boya did any other boya of the upper elementary grades In any school can do. IN OUR OWN STATE Contlnunl from Hint Put I wish to sincerely thank our many friends for their kindness to us in our sickness, and for what they arc now doing for my children. J. K. Bulley. UNITED STATES NEWS Continued from ptge one places, Kentucky already having felt U10 sun'o sweltering rays. Tuotlay ' waa tho hottest Juno 17th known for many yearn, and so far, decldely tii". hottest day of tho year. Much suffering was reported and a few deaths. ute some simple apparatus which would bo needed In making somo sim- On Wednesday l"cal thunder bhewers tho ple testa of the truth of the state-nent- a succeeded In slightly reducing heat. made In the books. With lamp chimneys, thin muslin SEARCHING THE MOUNTAINS pans, they ntt some flat bottomed FOR A LINCOLN planned to And out for themselves Goorgo Grey Barnard of Now York, soil per- cculptor, wilt how rapidly different kinds of visit Clay County und mitted water to pass through them. other sections of tho mountains withfter tying the muslin on the bottom of each chimney they filled ono in a few weoka In search of a mail with very black soil (humus), one who looks like Lincoln, tho martyred with cloy, one with loam, and one president. Mr. Uarnard has been commissionwith sand (each containing the same amount of soil); to tho upper part of ed to inako statue of Lincoln for ach chimney they tied strings which tho City of Cincinnati, to be placed served aa balls through which to run In oue if tho parks. The head of the a broomstick. ctatuo has already been completed, Each end of the broomstick rested man on the seut of a desk. The pana were but tho sculptor wants to find a and placed beneath the chlmneya, At the of tho Lincoln t)pe physclally; same tlmo, exactly the same quantity ho comes to the mountains for his seeking man' ho a of water was poured on tho soil In specimen, says, "born boyund tho bounds of each chimney. Through which do you supposo the softening civilization, who has lived water ran most quickly? among str ng people nud has done Which was the last to permit It to a man's work." run through? BUTLER PARDONED Which one held the most water? Thomas K. Duller, who has berve.l Which one retained the leaat waan ludotermlnato sontenco in the ter? On another day, they filled the aame penitentiary for tho burning of Prof. chlmneya with the same kinds of soil, Anderson's offlco at tho State Unihumus, clay, loam, and sand, and versity, was pardoned, Monday, by act each one on two email chips on Gov. McCrwiry, on tho statement cf the bottom of tho Hat pans. 'Pros. Itnrkor that Uutter was a ilupi Instead of pouring the water Into of another, and stronger spirit. chimneys, they poured the same the REPLY TO GOODPASTER quantity Into each pan. Thoy did this Tho ItegeiiU of tho Eastern Kento learn from the experiment which soil would allow water to arise moat tucky Normal School Issued, Monrapidly. Through which do you think day, a caustic reply to the recent report of Stat a iuspoctor Goodpastcr, It rose most rapidly? Tho next Friday morning, each boy In which U10 financial manngemeut had a common thermometer and u cf tho school waa severely nxred. good sized tin can. Into each can was To an onlooker It looks as If the placed the same kind of soil. In the .Regent have the best of the argu center of each of two cans tho ther- ment. mometers wcro placed deep enough to allow tho freezing point to bo Juat CARD OF THANKS love the soil; In the other two tiny deep enough to allow them to We wish to express our heartfelt iln upright. thanks to our many friends and At tho first recess, the temperature belghbors for their helpfulncts and of each was read and noted. Into the kindness during tho sickness and can containing a and Into one having tho ther- death of our dear mother; also for mometer not so deeply covered, the tho beautiful flowers. same quantity of water was poured. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hudson, l SL way construction at Fifty-sixt- h and Lexington Avo., New York City, under wore entombed June 14th, rocks weighing several tons, by the collapso of tho celling, due either to a blast or tho giving away of tho Ncnj of tho men who Umbering. have been found wore alive. "REMEMBER THE RAISON" A memorial service- In honor of OBITUARY tho several hundred Kentucklann who Tho death of tho mother of Mr. lost their lives In the battlo of 1813, James Hudson occurred at the homo Ralson River, fought Juno Mm. at Monroe, Mich., will bo held at that of Mr. Hudson, Juno 11th. Hudson was born May 20, 1829. Sho place, Monday, Juno 18th. Lieut. Gov. had been sick nearly two years, but M'Dormott, will bo tho chief speaker. SERIO'JS WRECK bora her affliction with Christian As a result of a collision of the fortitude. Sho will bo greatly mlS-d- , as Ao was a devoted mother, a good 'first and second sections of the neighbor, and a truo Christian. Springfield Express In Stamford, Tho funeral services wero conduct Conn., Juno 12th, four lives were ed at her homo by her pastor, Rov. lost and many wero injured. It Is Koltch, and tin remains laid toro.it believed that the wreck Is duo to In tho family burying ground. tho ncgllgenco of tho engineer of Mrs. Hudson leaves two children tho second section In running by sigand ten grandchildren and a hoet of nals, ROOSEVELT TO GO TO ARGENrelatives and friends. The family haa tho sympathy of tho entire comTINA munity. Col. Roosevelt Is contemplating a trip to Argentina this fall to locturo CAMP FIRE GIRLS on progress mado in tho United States. A geuoral meeting of all Camp-flrbo held girls and guardians will MAURICE CONNOLLY Wednesday, Juno 2Cth, at 6:30 in front of tho Library on tho Cotlcge campus. At this meeting honors will be conferred. All Interacted are very 22-2- 3, o Western Newspaper Union News Service. St. Louis, Mo. Forty persons, most ly women and children, were Injured In a rear-enstreet car collision on the Creve Couer Lake line, in SL Louis county. Fifteen of them will die, It Is said. A score of others were bruised and cut by flying glass. The accident occurred near Overland park. Both were open-ai- r cars, running on a four- minute schedule, and crowded with about 100 plcknlckers each. The trolley of the first car came off Just as It rounded a curve, leaving the car In darkness. Defore the trolley had been replaced, the second car, running at a speed of 40 miles an hour, crushed Into the rear. Tho cars were Interlocked and both telescoped. A passenger ran a mile to telephone for a wrecker. Nineteen of the Injured were taken to the Missouri Baptist sanitarium and others were treated by physicians at Overland. The others helped one another to bandage their wounds and wero brought Into town on a wrecker. The crash knocked women and children out from either side of the cars Into the gulley beside the tracks. The chrleks of the children, frantic moth-erand other Injured passengers who were burled under timbers and steel brought farmers and automobiles to the scene from a radius of halt a mile. cars were twice the The open-ai- r length of the city street cars and had only awnings as roofs. Criminal carelessness Is charged by the police. It Is said by them that needless time was lost In replacing the trolley pole of the forward car. This was the scene of a smaller accident two years ago. a simmer a half hour, drain and separate tho fish Into flakes by using two forks. Add a half cup ot thick cream and four hard cooked eggs, thinly sliced. Season with cayenne, add a tablespoonful of butter, melted, and sprinkle with chopped parsley. Cook a pint of potaCodfish Ball toes, quartered. In threo pints ot water until tender; drain, mash and beat until smooth; add a tablespoonful ot butter, pepper and salt, if needed, and a cupful of picked codfish. When cool add a beaten egg, form In balls and fry In deep tat. Cinnamon Rolls. A delicious cinnamon roll can be made ot ordinary biscuit dough, rolled out. spread with butter and thickly sprinkled with brown sugar or maple, It you are fortunate enough to havo It, then a sprinkling ot cinnamon, and roll up and cuL Put In the pan as close together as possible, as In tho raising they spread ouL KILLED AT "DEAD MAN'S CURVE.' Atlanta, Ga, J. M. Murphy, an At lanta shoe manufacturer, was Instant ly killed when his automobile. In rounding "Dead Man's Curve," on the with Poachtrce road, collided head-oa trolley car. Three men riding with Murphy escaped with minor Injuries. WIFE SEES HUSBAND KILLED. Pittsburg. Pa. W. B. Burd, 54 years old, holding an Important position In the operating department ot the Penn sylvanta railroad, was killed when an automobile In which he was riding overturned, pinning him under It. FOR SUPERINTENDENT cordially Invited. PRES. FROST PREACHES SUNDAY I I Dr. Roberta holng away In North jCanollna, Prtfc Frost will preach next Sunday. Summer Is tho time to improve In goInK to meeting. The President will have a five minuted cermon to children at tho beginning and let them leave If they wish to beforo tho main sermon. SPECIAL MEETIN6 Uxors aro 103 teachers omployed In the county schools of Madison County, Each ono Is vitally Interested In who will be tho next County Superintend cnL Flanery tamo hom9 with her son Inlaw, Mr. Gabbard, who visited Borea Mrs. Flanery spoke Commencement. to Mr. Gabbard's Sunday School last Health officer Sunday attoraoon. Smodley haa again warned Hamilton milk dcalora that with the approach of summer weather they must keep milk not warmer than fifty degrefs when offered for sale. The dirt and debris left in tho streets of Hamilton by tho recent flood has been practically cleaned away now. The cost ot this work amounts to about River J 100,000. Tho great Miami between Hamilton and Dayton, O, U being surveyed, prior to the plans ll ot building a for tho prevention of any more floods in those cities. Dayton nlone subscribed over 12,000,000 tor this purpose. sea-wa- Rev. W. H. Hopper of liurnslde, Ky., bogan on Monday of this week meeting special a twclvo days at tho Silver Creek Chaiel at Whites Station wlUi a splendid attendance. Tho public la most cordially Invited to attend thteo meetings. every ovcnlng at 8 o'clock jiromptly. W. C. Dolivo, Acting 1'astor. Making Them Lighter. jou going to make some doughnuts today, dear? She Yen. Arthur. "The kind with the holes In the cenHe-A- re Sor-vlc- os deeply-covere- d Tho "Yes. Arthur" "Well, you renieinlicr the last you Waneta group of tho Camp Flro Girls will glvo an Ice crvum made wen rather heavy." "Yes, I know, but I'm gulnc to remesupper on tho Christian Church lawn, Saturday evening, 6:30. Admission ft dy that tilt time. I'm golni; to make the holes bigger Statesman. and 10 cents. 1 ICE CREAM SUPPER ter?" Grapevine 8lxty Years Old. If any of our readers are Interested In grapevines they should call on Jason Lanterman, near Paulina. He has a vine that measurea a little upward ot ninety feet and is Bupposed to be CO yoars old, and continues to bear HAMILTON, OHIO LETTER fruit yet We doubt If many of our nurserymen could beat this. Marks-bo- ra News, In Sussex Register. Hamilton, O., June 14. Juno 9th was tho coldest day In any Juno In MOTOR CYCLES COLLIDE. tho history of Ohio; the thermometer registered 37 degrees. Mrs. Moody Oakland, Cal. Three persons wers Cackson, who was sick In Mercy iiospltal, Is about well. Rufus War-ro- n killed when two motorcycles collided has returned from a visit with on "Death Curve," on the Oakland football boulevard. The dead: John a sick brother at Travelers Rest, Wesley Hotfelt, 19 years old; Miss NaOwsley County, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. talia Shutllff, 19; George Soma, 21. Ed Flanery returno.l home recently, The accident occurred when Sousa ilnMBsJjsifcisiBK siswW.M.itl after visiting In Kentucky, Tennes-ce- o and Miss Shutllff, who wore returning and North Carolina. They at to Oakland, essayed the "Death Curve" at a speed estimated at 70 miles as Commencement at Berea. tended Mrs. M. Gabbard nnd twins accom hour. Hotfelt was traveling in the opposite dlreotlon. Sousa looked back Maurice Connolly Is the first Demo panied Mrs. L. K. Klanory aa far as and be went Into the curve. Mm. crat to represent In congress the Elmwood, Cincinnati, Friday. Third or "monkey wrench," district, of Missouri. He waa born In Du buque In 1878, and was educated at Cornell, New York Law achool, Ox ford, England, and Heidelberg, Ger many. Prof. Harvey H. Brock who Is actively canvassing for this office, was a county and High School teacher for years and U In touch and sympathy with every phaso ot the teach(ad) ers work. WE ARE ALWAYS ON THE JOB Protection from Lightning The question of how best to secure protection from lightning is one of the gravest that now confront fire insurance companies. Able men are at work on the best solution of this problem and there is no doubt of electrical engineers and comwith the petent inventors this problem will be solved. April, 1913 World Progress Our Weather Proof Combination is absolutely the best and cheapest protection against Lightning, Fire, iWtnd, Rain and Snow Insist that the house in which your children go to church and school be protected with one of our weather proof combinations. sssaawwp'iissiiiisiiiiiuiiiisjsiiiniiiiiiiiisiiiit'' m 1 Thn other two cans of soil remained dry. At the close of tho school, the1 thermometers wero read again. Which soils showed tho highest temperatures? Which the lowest? At another tlmo they punched holes at different heights In the sides of some old tin cans; the cans were then filled with the same kind of soli and the same quantity of water was poured Into each can. It was observed that little or no water ran through thu holea while It waa Rowing downward through thn soil, but aa the soli became from the bottom upward the water began to run out. Tho bottom of tho pan represented a blue clay, hard pan, rock, or hard layer through which water could not eaBlly pass. Tho hole In tho can represented the underground drain through which what water the soil could not hold would (low away. They learned that the aoll like a d any-oth- KNOWLEDGE AND INTENTION Otheiwiie called "THE WILLINGNESS TO PRODUCE" THE GREEN SEAL people have the necessary "THE KNOW HOW" and KNOWLEDGE INTENTION and the good Green Seal Paint will Convince Yon Formula on evfy package. Berea School of Roofing NEW CAMPUS, BEREA, KY. On Saturday in Office Phone, Office 7 Home 181 FOR SALS BY J. D. CLARKSTON, Berea, Kentucky Page Six. THE CITLZEN. June 19, igtj. His Rise to Power BY HENRY RUSSELL MILLER ing to make n touch." Hutch Maley of New Chelsea, former "heeler." doubtless! John, curious, found n seat in the lobby and waited. He Janglied Inwardly, not pleasantly, it the recollections called forth by the name, which he had almost forgotten, Hutch Maley was the first to lo convicted In that crusado of nearly six years ago. Ho had not long to wait. Maley was the same bestial creature who had stood trembling lu the dock and marched away, mouthing Imprecations nnd large throots. to the penitentiary. That he wns prosperous, the yellow diamond In his necktie loudly proclaimed. He rolled toward John, grinning affubly. "Howdy. Johnny?" He did not offer to shake hands, for which John was thankful.' "How tiro you, Maley?" "Me?" Maley drew up a chair anil deposited bis huge bulk In It. "Ob, I'm llvin' on No. I Kasy street. Tlicso here Is good times fur fellers like me." With an apparently unconscious gesture he lovingly stroked his paunch. "So I should say. Same old KnrTe'Tack, again. 'Same Is Mnley. Tamlly."" roachlne. "A little lilo to think of them. Isn't I guest," he laughed, knowing his Well tt was for John's melting trust It? Tho sentenco would hnve to Ihj In himself nnd his fellows that he guest. "It's some political bum wantserved." ! "I got n half Intrust In a booze Joint, my business. As fer profesh', j That's 1 in sun a sintcsuian. uuiy yuuu have n line time glttln the goods on mo now. I learnt." he grinned, "a lot from yuh. Say. I'm wnntln' sump'u." "What can I do for you?" "'Tnln't fer me." He assumed an air of extreme caution. "S'posln' they wuz n feller wot never done yuh 110 dirt and at the same time, not !cln' In yer game, yuh got him foul. An' then s'posln' he heat It, not want In' to servo time, an' then, Mn' up ngnlnst It In a pertlckler way. he wanted to seo yuh. Would yuh see him?" "Slayton or Sheehan?" "Sheehan." "I guess I'd see him. Where is bo?" Maley winked solemnly. "I don't know mithln' till I know yuh won't have him pinched. That's the point-w- ill yuh hnve him pinched?" John thought a moment before replying. "Well. I guess I wouldn't so long as he stays out of my Jurisdiction. I couldn't make him more harmless now by having him arrested." "Then go In the little room back o' the bar. an' I'll have blm with yuh in no time. He's waltln' not fur away." In a few minutes Mnley returned, leading the fugitive. There was an embarrassing moment as John roso to greet the man whom he bad broken. He hesitated, hardly knowing how to address him. Sheehan's band started forward In an uncertain gesture, then dropped buck to his side. On a kindly impulse John held out bis. The other caught It almost eagerly In a soft, damp clasp. "I hope you are well, Sheehan." "I look It. don't I?" The fugitive gave n half hearted laugh. John was obliged to confess to himself that he did not look It. His cheeks, once so rubicund, were sallow and pimply. Flabby pouches had gathered under his eyes, which were furtively restless, as though continually' on the watch for some pursuer. He was fatter than ever. Hut whereas his stomach had formerly tecn of the 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 Mchlne. and Sheehan. local boaa of New Chelsea, offer the nomination for district attorney to John Dunmeade. Dunmeade to Independent In his political ideas. Dunmeade will accept the nomination. His father, a partisan Judge, congratu-sate- s him. Ilia Aunt Roberta urges John to call on Catherine Hampden, daughter of a capitalist. Catherine Hampden Is a worshiper of access. She and John are friends. Jere-M- T Applegate. a political dependent, cam tmlgna for John and the state ticket. Tn New Chelsea Urea Warren Blake, a aaodel young bank cashier, conneoted with Hampden In "high flnaace." They try without success for John's aid. The rottenness of politics In his state as revcaiea in ms campaign disgusts John. He calls upon Catherine. Katherlne's peril In a runaway reveals to her and John their unspoken love. John publicly "turns down" the machine f his party. JofirT will not compromise with his eo. science even for the sake of winning Catherine, and the two part. The course of his son la disapproved by Jadge Dunmeade. John Is elected and V Ls Sheehan on trial for political corrup- ToulTTvus Iiniie ijlcoI City one night Murclicirwas fully master of himself speaking at a nubile meeting Ho was once more. "That. he remarked. often laughed at for proffering old "would be a fitting residence for you. fashioned oratory In tbe day of the. In the meantime, we'll put it out of ublquitious newspaper, liut It was tbo your power to seek the nomination only way In which ho could reach tbo from tbat quarter." people, since tbe columns of tbe subHe left the room abruptly, returning sidized press were not open to blm or immediately with Watklns. lie care- his crusade. Ho went awny from tbe fully closed the door behind tbetu. hall heavily downcast. Tbe audience Then he faced the two men. bad been small, anything but enthusi "WntUns, It's fortuuate that you're astic, and he had spoken poorly. There cashier In the treasurer's ofllce." is no discouragement like uuto tbat of Wntkins agreed. the man who believes be has a message "Hecause from tills minute I am j to give and knows that ho has deliv state treasurer. Sberrod will be al- - ereil it Inadequately. lowed to sign voucnera tnat 1 approve Ug waj. t0 the UoM took ulm alon. -- umis an. iou win report 10 me ; tne city-- principal street. He walked once a week in person. And not a lowly. scrutinizing the passorsby with voucner must he cashed until U. ha, that Interest In rltv tlimn which th. by me. You understand?" country bred man never quite loses, Wntklns looked at Sherrod, then lie came to u corner where another back to Murchell. He nodded. crowded thoroughfare crossed. Ho Sherrod will do nothing to disturb , stopped and leaned against the wall of this arrangement. If he tries let mo tiio bank that stood there. know. Good day!" The theaters were Just letting out, Ho went out of the room, quietly and around blm swirled a stream of closing tbe door. humanity, the sound of many voices and twice as many feet rising In a peculiar, unmusical roar. John wonCHAPTER XVI. dered as the endless stream of huA Deserted Jordan. IllE consternation in the royal manity swept by him If It were true, palace was great when the, as Haig hud said to him once that news camo that tbo belea- WO men in 1,000 lu tbe cities were guered stronghold had fallen. dependent on the thousandth, and that Tbo Michigan had won into tbe Steel bIx men had It In their power to "turn on a panic," to "put on the screws." City. Two men wero scrambling over each What, If tho screws wero put on. other, turning tbe state upside down, would these men do fight or submit? Hut It was not tbat which made the because each lusted for power and hated the other. Victory by either, if load of decpondency hang heavier. one might Judgo by the past, meant Once, seeing a thousand men gathered corruption, thievery, oppression, in- In the square at home, he had thought justice, and it would be won for blm of the iowr there, "tbe power and by characteristic means. The people the glory." Now he saw the people, not In their Immensity, but In .their knew it, so many men Between the two camps wandered a infinite multiplicity: lnm.lv Vftt.u. iirntlm, tmn.tu.i. da. with so many Interests, each living in ' .1... his own restricted snhere. Was Hnlir in...- -! it. to preach. II was the sort of man t,lc" ris"t? ,,ow coul1 n dreamer or to whom other wen gladly entrust their 0 tl'0llHaui dreamers by word of t0 Ull"k what most important privato affairs. He '""th tench tucw wns n1ir.1i i.v .r..i,.iv i.v .iti I,, their lives taught them not to feo- ltheir prob- ldeals. for the pure function of gov "at " ,BOclal Problem ' ernment. He had put aside prefer- lem, that political putrefaction was ment, money, love the trio of rewards their peril, that the masses' Interest for any ono of which men dally sell was their Interest? Ho wnlked on, tortured by doubts, their souls-t- hat he might be the fitter yet clinging, as the shipwrecked marifor bis task. clings to ills raft, to his dwindling And as bo went about tbat spring ner preaching his crusado scanty audiences faith In the people. As he was passing through tho loblistened carelessly or with suspicion by of his hotel the clerk motioned blm bred of many deceptions and syste to the desk. "Say, there's been a big matlc miseducatlon; let us be Just tough guy In three times tonight ask-I I I graceful rotundity of prosperity. It hnd now liocome a paunch, like unto Maley's own. "Sit down." said Mnley hospitably, "an' have n drink on me." John sat down, but declined the drink. Sbeehan nnd Maley ordered whisky. The drink seemed to restore to Sheehan a part of his nerve. Without further preliminaries ho blurted out. "I want to go back." John waved his band and remarked, "The railroads are still running," a pleasantry that seemed lost on Sheeseml-actlv- han. vir "It's that cursed sontenco that's troubling me." "That's nuthlnV Maley Interposed cheerfully. "It's only four months In Sbeehan Is convicted and flees. John Mats Halg. a novelist, who Is Introduced to him by Warren Blake. Bale and John visit the Hampdens. Hake proposes to Kathertne and la rejected. He praises Joha to tvsr, Murchell has a visitor. The visitor Is Sackett. head of tbe railroad, trying to keep the Michigan out of the Steel City. He wants Murchell to retire. Tbe Utter cannot o John to stop his attacks on tbe John and Kathertne meet Bhe still thinks John a follower of impossible Ideals. He loses In his fight for cleanliness In state politics and falls UL Murchell offers financial aid to tbe ma-his- s. John recovers and continues his fight, aided by Halg. In the Steel City he meets Xatberlne, who Is courted by Gregg, a Knanclally successful man. Murchell loses control of the machine to Gherrod and retires nominally from poll-tiSherrod gets drunk, and a messea-ge- r Is sent to Murchell for aid. Bheirod has embezzled 1900.000 of state money. Murchell resumes control alt- -' aiding his roe to conceal the crime a' make restitution. Hence he planned, not consciously to reseek bis old power and resiionsl-billty- , but from his castle In the forest to make sudden, unexpected forays to harass those who had deprived him of his glory. Then came the opportunity delegates. I can be nominated governor even from behind the bars of the '" I pejlitentlary!" InJIrenjllyjsponsJveH InjUffit Ifltj. There Was an Embarrassing Moment I got a year lu tho tho workhouse. pen." His tone might have led one to believe him boasting of a distinction. "I should think," said John gravely, "you would find It almost a relief to havo It served und over." "So I would," answered Sheehan, with an emphatic sincerity that was ' got a Savjtlt'sJmpoilaijLjind n.otlabo doubted. "Hut I've lever to oen family. And he remembered having make of revenge nlso heard I lint In former days Sheehan the gules In the road back to suhad lieen very proud and fond of his premacy. virwife nnd children Under the stimulus of sharp, sucful tue nmong his to them. cessful action he felt almost tho I "I didn't think you'll let me off. You strength of tils prime. Whirring reformers -- hero was bltternoss-"o- ro wheel struck from rail 1111 Iron song of always lient on sending someliody to triumph In which his soul Jolned-t- ho me mad. exultant shout of tho viking nfV jan. nut will you do thls-gl- vc two or three months until the wife turning victorious. 4 gets out of thc hospital and I've got ltut he found n Sherrod who hud had things straightened out some? Then time to think, to measure the situation. I'll take my medicine. who hnd recovered his nerve. And of John thought rnpldly. In the begin- Sherrod this may lie written: he was ning of his crusade he would have en- a great fighter, cunning and daring, forced the law rigorously nnd merci- conscienceless, proud, disloyal yes-- hut lessly. Mlevlng that In punishment even his treacheries were aclay henllng virtue for tho state. Now complished with n certain reckless he hud learned its futility, nnd the grace and decision that gave them broken man in front of hi m had al- the seeming of the lorn master's Inpunished enough. Surely stinctive strategy. And he hnd what ready he could show so much leniency and Murchell had not. a personal magnetbarm no one. ism that often won faith even where "I'll do that much for you glndly." Interest failed; though be lacked what he said. "And If you need any legal made Murchell 'great, Inflexibility and help In straightening out your nffalrs self control. Coward he was not. AlI'll lie glad to help you." most any man. U'aten by tho saroo upright knowledge of crime and Imminent disSheehan suddenly sat the red rushing to bis sallow face. covery, with so much to lose, would "It's that sanctimonious Hlake." he have suffered n lapse from courage. said angrily. "He's gcttln' after mo Hut the hour of cringing and weakbecause they think I'm afraid to come ness was past. back. Dirty crookt Thc bank's tryln' Murchell found him In thc same hotel to collect some old notes of mine that room, through the open windows of I which a biting wind had swept wasn't suppsed to be paid." thc lust "Not to U paid? Why?" trace of the fetid fumes of tobacco "Political notes. Ixik hero.1" Shee-hnn-'s and whisky. Murchell carefully closed face lighted up In a slow, can- and locked the door and. without ning smile that todcd no good for speaking, sat down across the tablo Warren Hluke. "Do you want to make from him. Sherrod's eyes, cool, not a big play?" defiant, but aggressive, menacing aJohn, too. sat up, suddenly alert lmost locked with Murchell's steady "Just what do you mean?" . oues. "Have you lecn percolatln' around "Well?" The voice was cool, in politics for six years an" not known j - Uent to Wilder." said Murchell. about the Farmers'? There's always almost Itifii whisper. "He Is selling a few easy banks for the politicians. your securities today at the market They get state deposits. See? An' then He will lend jou the balance, Todish them out to tbo polltlclnns on morrow n man will conic with the notes. Sometimes the notes are paid, cash." an' sometimes they're Just carried "And In return?" Sherrod kuow the along. My notes wasn't to be paid prince. I helped get tbo Farmers' its becauso "He wants some charters In Adelphht deposly. It used to be one of the easy and some traction legislation. lie will banks. An' I guess It Is still. Klso explain lu detail when you see him. 1 why Is n bank that's friendly to Mur- hare promlMsl him lvhnt he wants, chell carryln' deposits under Sherrod? You will .eo that he gets It." I guess they must be gettln' pretty "Yes. The balance you say It is si shaky, because I ain't tbe only one lonn. How am to repay?" they're after. I've been sklnnlshln' "That Is for you to say." Murchell around here, seeln" some men I used paused, then added. "I understand push-Ito know, an' they tell me Hlake's banks are still paying for tho privilege a good many old notes hard." of state detMislts." "Hut HamiNjeu and Hlake. with their How much do Falue nnd Watklns ' stock, wouldivt let" know?" -"Stock! I bet they haven't ten shares As much as guessed." - cnn apiece. If you want to find tbat stock thlr mouths shut." you've got to look In tho tin boxes of Again silence, broken first by Hher the farmers or In tbe estates of the roil. Ills lips twisted lu n faint sneer, j widows an' orphans." "Are you waiting for my gratitude? 1 "Hut their Inst reiort wns line." have none. I'm sick still, but I'm "That's easy. You Just curry the not afraid, as I was yesterday, and I notes as assets. Assets!" understand the sltuntlon. You haven't "See here. Sheehan!" John was stern. this for me," ' "Havo you anything but suspicion for "t there any reason why I should I do'lt for you?" this?" "Ain't suspicion, the kind I've got. Shernsl begun to feel that he could enough? You go after 'em an show longer endure the other's contemptu-eup. I bet you'll find em rotten 0us. relentless gnzo-th- at. In spite of Those eusy banks iilwnys do bust up his will, Ills own uus wavering. The or Inter. I s'ioso I've got to coolness vanished. sooner He almost hissl I pay. I've got property nn', if they sue. j out his words. Cv ' Hut." be j ..y,,,, I cau't make any defense. .r,. ,.Xpectlng to gloat concluded vengefully, "somebody else ov,.r ,,. iMu-- t vinJ Vo ,mnk 1)C, . has got to pay too." cnuse you've caught me with tho goods "Sbeehan." John snld coldly, rising. on ywl-rt- , K,t.ror Mug. You "you're letting your desire to get even wn't. Everything I am. Hill Mur-ge- t nwny with your common sense. I'll j clicll. you are. s'K)se when you were not destroy confidence lu n bunk, ruin yo lml ,ll( ,arMm nroim,i to pray It by going after It on mere suspicion. ovor V0Ui ,i,itst vou? when you wer As for yourself." ho ndded, more kind praying did you tell tho purson how ly, "If you report at my office next Sut- - ; )oll Kot , ,H. m r)olir urday morning with nvw ball ill go t least." Murchell suld quietly. "I before the court nnd ask that execution didn't steal It from the treasury of tho of your sentence be postponed untllyour state." affairs are easier." With that ho left Under the taunt Sherrod seemed to Only a few days remulnetl before the lose ull hold 011 himself. Ho sprung During the two terms of to his feet. Ills fnce was convulsed. primaries. olllce John hud acquitted himself with Ills voice and the pointing bund shook skill und fidelity. Fear of blm had lu n very hysteria of hate. doubtless restrained tho machine from "You dure cull me a thief! You! many characteristic depredations, but How about the market tips you got victory was well nigh hopeless. He had for your votes lu the senate, the bribes become a candidate ugalu only that tho you authorized to bo given, tho blackfight might go on. In tho faint hope that mail you levied for your iutluenro In something might occur to turn the tide the legislature? Maybe you culled In his favor. In tho absence of thc un- them legal fees? You lawyerwhen foreseen he would carry the townships there Isn't business man lu tho counby a slight majority, but New Chelsea try would trust you with n cnsol" and I'luinvlllo would go strongly Into Murchell's eyes hnd come a against him. Tho llttlo city had grown steely gleam that In a suner moment remarkably lu population and Impor- would havo restored Sherrod to self tance. John wus an old story lu which control, but now wns unheeded. Hut It bad lost Interest. It got the Impress- his volcu continued cold, cuttiugly conion that In turning deaf ears to bis plea temptuous. it was righteously squelching a shal(Continued next woalc.) low, impudent, self seeking upstart among tbe farmers John met Kveu Oreen forage must Do diswith tho unresponsiveness of discour- cretion and sparingly at red with profirst or agement. They would vote for him, fuse sweating will result and some- most of them, but It would be perfuuc . Ume, c0c and weakpBgi torily. hopelessly. They wero dUap- , .......... net n nnnv ' pointed. The reform that had begun nandv to uga ,... 1 tlln. r ? s utivao aut so uusplclously six yeurs before was to go after tbo cows with or to run failure, with 110 other the tread power In ending lu dismal operating tho new fniLLiliau to evolve a uew and stronger farm separator. 11 trlc klnd-fnlth' ln-e- "It wouldn't If you snld tbo word." r Sykes or Crlswell. Their faith surJohn shook bis bend. "Hesldes, I'll vived. He met tho trio, tho night not be district attorney much longer, the primaries, at Crnnshawe'n and my successor mightn't be com- home on the tilke. Thev did not lire- plaisant." ' tend n vain optimism; they knew that 8heehnn leaned over tho tnble nnd thev fnriyl rlefimt. clutched John by the nrm. Ills face ( ..At nnr rnp.. remarked Crlswell. at twitching nervously. "1 guess you thc clo(l. of ,ne ,il!l(.u,on ....,. tmi think fellers like me haven t got nuy ynn t coo0 ughtln" heart? I,ct me tell you something. , .., nM cmnnhawe kindly. I've got a wife nnd two kids that I ...n .,... hn.n., ,.,,, ,,, ,.. u think as much of as If I was it edu- mebby It hasn't. An' then again In cated reformer. I haven't seen them another It has. It's like what I once In nearly five years, for fear you would told ye. Ye'vn showed us the way. trail me throuch them. Hut now thev If we hain't follered. It's our own are In trouble. Money affairs nre nil lookout. Ye've dono your part." balled tip. And the wife's got to ho "Ye have." agreed Sykes solemnly. I tinder nn ousrutlou. don't And when he left nil three made a tvhethcr she'll it ill I throuch or not point of abating hands with him. ought to be there to take care of to wreak tho sweetest of all revenged, tbem." who had thrown him A doubtful blessing to them. John to save that thought, studying the dissipation mar- over, to torture his enemy with tho red countenance. Still be was not sense of Inferiority und obligation, warrior soul lcaHd-- to there to pass on Sheehan's vnlue to his perbaps-t- ho could meet an occasional Crnnshnwe o ,, ,,,,.. 11 rii ' tlt 1 1 kt--- ,,n. ,. 1 11 11 fr " .-- June tg, 1913. THE CITIZEN Is recovered In U10 manure anq goes to onrtch the land. Hay from the leguminous crops clover, lupines, alfalfa, cowpea, etc. contains about twice the Conducted by PRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M. S., quantity of digestible protein thnt hay Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. from the grasses does. The seeds of these plants (cowpea, soy bean, etc.) Crop Report Issued June 10, 1913 are exceedingly rich In protein nnd can tnko the place of exenslve commercial feeds. Hy growing and feeding Tho May crop report is Issued cn Hurley and a fairly largo crop of nioro leguminous crops the amount of nn cntlroly different basis from any Dark. Many complain of cut worms grain required Is diminished, the value Blue-f,rreport. During the last win- both for tobacco and corn. The of the mnniirc Is Increased, nnd the soil previous seed crop will bo a short ono. Is enriched In fertility. ter, based on tho 1010 census, tho Tho condition of grasses la given as The byproducts resulting from the fitnto has been divided into nlno crop Uluegrass, 8S.6 por cent; Clover, 81 manufacture of flour, glucose, atarch. por cent; Alfalfa, 80 per cent., and cottonseed oil, linseed oil, fermented reporting districts and each district Orchard grasscj. 84 per cent. Tho liquors, etc., are extensively used for Riven a porcontogo weight In proporfeeding purposes and tncludo many of tion to the yield of that crop In thnt drouth has affected pastures In Westthe richest and most prized feeding olstrlct when compared with the ern Kentucky, but In Contra! and stuffs. Hominy chop, moat and feed total yield for tho State. This Is Postern Kentucky tho pastures are result from tho manufacture of hominy tho plan governing tho crop reporting pood. Cattlo aro reported In good and contain the gum and coarser por- for tho Federal Government. Thcro condition; hog cholera Is not bo bad tions of tho corn. nro now throo sparato sots of report- as during tho winter months, and The establishment of beet sugar fac- ers reporting In this same way to tho condition cf sheep and lambs tories In this country has led to tho throo separate heads. Wo bellcvothls Is ununually good. Young poultry has production of Immense quantities of sugar beet pulp as a waste rontcrlal. will glvo us a more accurato summary dono well, and there Is a splendid crop of young chickens, turkeys and Professor Thomas Shaw expresses his of crop conditions than tho Stato has other fowls. ever yet gotten out. belief that sugar beet pulp can be fed Tho condition of apples Is 8.1 par Tho splendid prospects for a go-imore advantageously to cattle and sheep that arc being fattened than to crop May 1st, lias been generally cent, peaches 7S.5 por cent, peara dairy cows. The New York Cornell maintained up to Juno let. A great 01 per cent, plums C7 per cent, cher- experiment station, however, found dcnl of complaint comes from Wefltcr.i ; rios 61 J, grtptn S3 per cent. The that this material gave good results Kentucky of lack of moisture. Cen- strawberry crop has been fairly good. with milk cows. In practice about ten and Eastern Kentucky suffered Raspberries will bo a medium crop. pounds of pulp per day ore fed to sheep tral There Is evory promise for one of cat- from the Bam a cause during the firot pounds to and fifty to seventy-fivtho largost blackberry crops tho of the month and liave suffered cn tle. The nmount in the latter case, amount of moisture during t'la Stato has ever had. however. Is said to depend on the cat- There Its a disease known as 'CaI tlo, and more may be given up to 100 iattor part of May. However, most pounds If they will eat it. The pulp of tho ciopu nr-- In good condition, tarrhal Fever or "Pink Eye" among ' Is believed to effect n considerable sav relatively speaking. Wheat ehows con- horses In several countlcc. The ing In tho amount of grain required for dition of 85.7 per cent nnd is filling Is proving fatal in many infattening. stances, and fanners are warned well. Tho ctrn crop Is not all plantSugar licet pulp can be successfully ed, but there is an indicated crop of against taking animals into towns preserved In silos and makes n very whero the disease Is known to ex91.5 iter cent Tho condition of plantfair quality of silage. It Is relished by ist and aga'.nct working them If tho cattle, even the slightly spoiled por- ed com Is reported as 90.S per cent. animals onco become Infected. This tions not being distasteful to them. Tho oat crop 89 4 per cent and condiAs the sugar beet crop Is an exhaustive tion 79.4 icr cent. Tho condition of department has on hand directions ono and the fertility of the soil can bo ryo Is 56.4 jicr cent. It will be noted for handling this malady, a bulletin maintained by feeding the pulp it be- that an early drouth affected the rye ,rciarcd by tho State Veterinarian, comes quite nn Important matter that end oat crops considerably. The same Dr. Robert Graham, and, directions farmers growing sugar beets should is true of timothy. Tho condition of for disinfecting Infected stables. combine with It the feeding of the pulp Iiotatoes In given as 93.1 per cent, In- Thcso will bo ent free upon applicawhere practicable. dicating a splendid crop. 52.8 per cent tion to tho Department. Molasses Is another product of the There has btcn a largo corn cron of an avcrago crop of Dark Tobacco beet sugar manufacture which achas been transplanted which tJicws planted, tho stand is almost erfect, Eucumulates In large quantities. In ' rope It has lieen found to possess con- condition of 81 tier cent. 57.5 per and farmera er? urged to try shal- siderable value for feeding. Tor this cent of the Burlcy crop was trans- low and frequent cultivation for the nnnwHA If hnu Itfin nilxiwt wlttl neat- - planted by Juno 1st, with condition 'f coming rwason. Tlio old idea that I "' I ' dried blood, beet pulp or with n mix- -' 81 tier cent. TI13 tobacco plants In tho three or four plowlngs woro sufficient ture of feeding stuffs, such as bran Dark district are reorted small and to make a corn crop should bo abandand pnlm nut meal. In order that It scarce, Indicating a shortage in the oned, and if possible, plow five, six, might lie more conveniently handled. crop, whllo In the Hurley district or seven times, but plow shallow. The effect of drying hay Is not to they aro r:ported In splendid con- Tho farmer can 'very nearly count on belessen its digestibility, as Is often lieved, liny stored for a long time, dition and plentlrul. Excessive rains getting an extra barrel of corn for even when kept dry and not allowed to havo occurred throughout the State every extra plowing he gives his corn. heat, npiwars to lose a part of Its val- since the first of June, nnd every If it Is only a bushel It will nearly ay Its cost. prosjiect 13 for an average planting of ue ns food. Experiments nhroad hnve indicated that cooking or steaming coarse or un- j If tho Liondon Suffragettea abolish pnlatnble food wns ndvnntngeous. not iOlo and golf, they will endeavor to HEALTH HINT FOR TODAY. on account of making the food more make politics sufficiently Interesting nutritious, but In inducing tho animals Carbolic Acid For Burns. to compensate for tho loss of sport. to eat larger quantities of It In ten Three cases have come to light trials made by experiment stations recently in which puro carbolic there 1ms not only been no gain from acid was applied to burns, cads-lu- g cooking, but there has been n positive Immediate cessntlou of pain, loss. with u subsequent cessation of The Mississippi station concludes Inflammation. The corroded skin from three years' work that "the milk came off In a few days, leaving ami butter from cows fed on steamed a new skin and causing absocottonseisl cost less than that from lutely no Inconvenience or troucows fed on raw cottonseed nnd but ble, not even a scar or contracas much ns little more than one-hation of muscle. In one case the thnt from cows feil on cottonseed meal. of BOURBON POULTRY CUBE burn was very extensive, coverThe butter from steamed cottonseed Is ing eutlre head, face, neck nnd fiown a chick's throat cures superior In quality to that from cither . c.ir-sA few drop in tne hands, and In this case a hypoor cottonseed meal." Tho drinking water cures and I raw seed prevents cholera, diarrhoea dermic Injection of morphia was Texns stntlon finds it ndvantngcous to and other One glveu. The patient recovered ouc txjttlo makes u gallons of boll cottonseed for steers. without a single scar, although medicine At alt druggists. It will pay to Experiments show that Sample and booklet there was sloughing on the end soak com for steers If It can be done canes of Fowl" sent KHEE. of the nose and rim of the ears. Soaking wheat Bourbon Rtmsdjr Co. Uiiirtaa. Ij. , for 0 cents a bushel. for pigs Is quite generally I aa e ) dU-raI I I lf HOME COURSE IN SCIENTIFIC INTENSIVE FARMING OIOARI) AGRICULTURE TWELFTH ARTICLE. FEEDING FARM ANIMALS, NO. 2. Br E. W. ALLEN. Assistant Director ol the Office of Experiment Stations, United Statea Department of USE Veteran OF ELECTRICITY GOOD USE FOR CORNSTALKS Arlculture. Inventor of California Has New Device. Spreader Property Placed Prevtert the Branches From Interfering and Twisting Around. We have about 1,700 young apple tree set out two years ago. Lst year, while pruning them, I caught c to a trick which Is of great value to me and which may be to others, sajrs) a writer in the Rural Now Yorker. A great many of the young trees, espe- - 4Hrd one-half feeding should feeding concise and approximate stntemcnt of tho amounts of tho different nutrient required by animal, as Indicated by tlio result of exxrlroentji and observa. Hon. They are Intended to apply to tho an-ragcondition. Tho local conditions will hare much to do In determining how clowely tho feeder can to ndtiero to the standard. jtph stnndanl for a cow of 1,000 pounds weight and giving sixteen and pomidn (about eight quarts) of milk per day esllt for two pounds of protein, eleven Htind of carbohy-dratepound of fat, and which would furnish 25.850 calories of heat, but ns the rarliohydrates and fat servo practically the same purpose In nutrition nn excess of one may make up for a alight deflclency of tho other. In making allowance for tho difference In milk yield of different cows uniform basnl ration enn he fed to all the cows and the nmount of tho richer grnln mixture varied to suit tho demands. For example, n basnl ration might be made up of twenty-flvpounds of corn silage, eight pounds of rowrn liny nnd three Kunds each of commcal and wheat bran, which would supply 1.1.1 ounds of protein nd a fuel value of 23.712 cnlorles. To tlilsi could bo added a richer grain mixture comiKwed of two parts of gluten meal and one part of cottonseed meal, tho amount of this being varied according to tho milk yield of tho cow. Two IN standard fur animals Judging the rnliio of n It bo borne In mind Hint standards nro simply n "Artificial Hen" Promteee to Be Sue- cets When Power Is Abundant and Cheap Can Be Attached to Any Incubator. An electrical Incubator has been de veloped by C. L. Byce of Petaluma, Cal., a veteran maker of Incubators, saya the Popular Electricity. The electric "artificial hen" la perhaps the most advanced product of his Inventive, genius and promises to be a com mercial success when electrical pow er is abundant and cheap In the dis tricts devoted to poultry raising. The Inventor describes his device ma follows: 'Tor several years in our e if I Cornstalk Spreaders. Z s, four-tenth- s cially Wealthy, were hard to get Into shape, and very often two broncho which I couldn't afford to lose would grow up straight side by side or twist around. To overcome this I used spreaders made oat of cornstalks. I ' ! lABjBBJSailttiflBBBBJSJBJBHHWlvT-- - asBsBHk ssaaJsVfB aVs9BBaH L1)R0P on-Div I'hoto by Uampton Institute. IN THK fASrUUK. Electric Incubator. experimental rooms and at poultry shows and fairs we have used the electric current for hatching and brooding and many dealers have made use of a single globe in their show windows to keep the chicks warm when exhibited there. Our company was the first to use electricity for artificial brooding and hatching, and as far back as 1906 we hatched chicks In this way at the California state fair. "The regulator controls the flow of the current so nicely that the temperature Is almost perfectly even. Of course the device Is practical only la places where a twenty-fou- r hour service Is maintained by the power companies and where the price of the current Is not excessive. To use electricity for our lncrbators It Is not necessary to purchase special complete outfits. The device Is simple and can be attached to any of our Incubators at a trifling expense. It Is connected by simply screwing aa ordinary electric plug Into the lamp socket of any standard electric light fixture and turning on tho key." POSSIBLE Disease REMEDY Interfering Branches. have never seen these ustd before-Th- e cornstalks are light to carry around In your pocket and are easily cut Into right lengths. I use them s about or Inch thick, cut them wedge-shape- d on each end and spring them In tight. The I one-fourt- h three-eighth- pounds of this mixture would bring tho ration up to 1.1)7 pounds of protein and 2it,lntt) calories, Mhlch would meet the requirements of cows giving twelve to llfteen ounds of milk a day, while four pounds would bring It up to 2.M) MMimls of protein and 30.2SU Tho Maine stntlon compared the calories of lieut. suitable for the cows value of chopped and unchopped hay giving twenty to twenty-tlvpounds of for cows and found no evidence that milk, and ho on, live or six pounds of the chopping hud any effect The Inthe grain mixture Mng fed to the diana station found that steers made I heavier milkers. better gains 011 cut than on uncut A ration continued of ten (tountls of clover hay. Cutting corn stover was shelled corn, live ihiiiiuU of wheat ' found advantageous nt tho Wisconsin brnn, two pounds of linseed meal (new station. process) and ten )uuds of corn fodder use In this country of some kind Wr steer would furnish protein nnd ofThe succulent feed nearly tho whole corresponding approximately to ' year round, to keep up tho appetite Tiy JUiy requirements of yearling steers. and the 'general condition of tho nut-- I Tho exclusive feeding of shelled corn, mats, hns bivoma qulto general. In as Is often practiced In tho middle Europe roots nro largely grown for this west, given n poorly balanced ration. purpose. In this country roots are Admixtures of other grains or by- not grown to any grent extent In comproducts give better balanced rations, parison with corn, which furnlwbcs a and such rations havo usually been larger nnd clu'nper supply of food more pmtltiible. A common afound n given area thnnnny other practlro In fattening steers In tho south crop. from Sllngo proves more ncceptnble pounds to stock Is to feed fifteen to twenty-fou- r than dry fodder, and they will of cottonseed hulls nnd six to eight consume n larger amount of dry matter pounds of cottoiiNt-emen!. This Is In that form. It Is found adapted to not n well balumvd ration. It could bo nearly nil kinds of farm nnlmnls, inImproved by Niihitltiitlug two pounds cluding horses, sheep nnd pigs. comment In place of nil equal nmount Soiling meuiis tho feeding of farm of cottonseed meal or by substituting auliunM more or less confined on green silage for part of the hulls. , forago fresh from tho fields. Partial As n result of experiments inndo for soiling Is much more common, being govern I years nt the Massachusetts I rolled upon to carry tho nulmnls over stato station the Mtitlou recommends a period when pastures nre short. The tho following proportions of sktmmllk Wisconsin station found thnt ono aero and cornmeiil. uccordlug to tho weight of soiling crops was equal to about of tho pig; f acres of good bluo two nnd Tigs weighing 50 to 70 ponmls, two ounces of comment per quart of sktm- gruK.s pasture for feeding dairy cows, and tho Connecticut Storrs station mllk. PlKs weighing 70 to 1M pounds, four kept four cows from Juno 1 to Nor. 1 ounces of cornmeal per quurt of on soiling crops produced 011 two and f acres of bind. Partial soiling Ilgs weighing 111) to 200 pounds. six properly conducted will bo found a ounces of coriiineal per quurt of profitable practice 011 many farms. A considerable number of proprieround for pound buttermilk has not usunlly given qulto ns good results as tary articles sold under trade names sktininllk. sru found 011 tho markets In this counHut another Important consideration try. Analyses of samples of these wliero fertill7.ors or manure Imvo to feeding stuffs collected from tlmo to bo relied Umiii Is tho nintuirinl vnluo of time show that nono of them can, tie n feeding stuff, Keedlng stuffs differ regarded tin concentrated feeds In the widely In (his rcect, wheat brnu and common acceptation of the term. The cottonseed meal having a high iimnu-rin- l basis of the better ones is linseed or value, while that of cornmeal la flaxseed mottl or jtomo cereal byprodrelatively low. If the mamiro Is care- uct They are usually Hold nt exorbifully preserved a large proportion of tant prices, ranging from 10 to 20 the fertilizing' constituents of the feed cents a pound. I recom-nmnde! o I ma-terl! I I 11 oue-hnlskim-milouo-halskim-mil- FOR ROUP Af- la Difficult to Cure and fected Birds Should Be Removed to Roomy Coop. Roup may bo known from an offensive discharge from the nostrils and swelling below the eyes. The swelling In some cases entirely closes the eyes. This disease Is known as roup, and is difficult to cure. Remove all the healthy fowls. Put the affected ones In a warm, dry shed or roomy coop. Wash out the nostrils and mouth Application of Spreaders. center pith forms a cushion tho shape) of the branch, prevents bruising and hugs tight so as not to be shaken out by storms. In the first Illustration, one shows the cornBtalk, two side) view, and three properly notched for spreading. TO MAKE BORDEAUX H Cx TZ.x s ine six tn JiuueuuKcr we vc j iiul passedthe only kind to invest "f 'it JLt "The only kind because, as I always say, when a man puts money in a thing he wants to know that he's going to get the worth of it out again." "That's plain business as I look at it." "That's why I say the price doesn't tell you anything at all. There's only one thing that talks except the wagon itself. That's the name of the maker." "When you buy a Studebaker you're buying a vehicle that has behind it and in it sixty years of experience sixty years of success and sixty years of reputation for the square deal. That'a why a Studebaker always looks good to me." "My father used to say that Studebaker honor wu as sure ai a United Statu bank note. He was talking after having in' with warm water, using a small syringe to do so; then put a piece of camphor the size of a hickory nut Into one quart of boiling water and hold the fowl's head over It for ten minutes; repeat three times a day. Also give one teaspoonful of cod liver oil at a dose twice a day. It tho swelling closes the eyes, open them and syringe out the yellow matter and wash with warm water into which a drop of carbollo acid has been thoroughly stirred. Fowls that are badly diseased should be killed and burlod; Clean out the house, dust with fresh llmo, fork up the yard and spread over It a thick coat of fresh lime. Add a few drops of bromide of potassium to the drinking water. Give no other water. This is tho best method to use. air-slak- MIXTURE First Eaaentlal Is to Procure Qood Materials and Second le to Stick to Formula. Studebaker vehicle! aince he was a lad, and he told me hi father before him said, 'Be safe get a Studebaker.'" "Vehicle builders can't hold that sort of reputation now., days vrithout delivering the goods. A Studebaker wagon ha the best in it. That's why a man gets the mail out of it why it's always an economy." "Dealers may say to you something e!e I 'just a good.' Out when you buy Studebaker, you're making safe investment every time." See our Dcaltr or write ui. ukJ Beat Poultry Tonics. Fresh air, sunshine and exorcise aro the best poultry tonics. Dut fresh air does not mean drafts In tho houses, nor does sunshine call for exposure to hot suns during tho summer. The houses should be so constructed that fresh air can constantly be present to drive out bad odors and purify tho atshould be ablo to reach every corner to destroy any germs that might be lurking In dampness. The fowls should exercise by scratching that a good circulation of the blood may be stimulated- - The above are the throe best medicines la thf poultry doctor's are. Follow Directions. mosphere. Tho sunBbluo STUDEBAKER NEWYOBK MINNEAPOLIS CHICAGO DALLAS SALT LARS CITY SAN South Bend, Ind. KANSAS CITY DENVER FRANCISCO PORTLAND, OKB. It Is better to follow closely the rections that accompany each di- WASItnunN. UnWersltr ttsrm, St. Paul, Minn.) The first consideration in making nordoaui mixture Is good materials. The second Is stick to the formula. The method of mixing has been fre quently discussed and has varied to some extent, henoe the present accepted method will not be out of placo in spraying. The correct proportions to use aro four pounds of copper sulphate (blue vitriol), four pounds of the best stone) lime, and fifty gallons of water. sulphate To dlssolvo tho copper put five gallons of water In a wooden tub and suspend the copper sulphate In a sack, such as a salt sack, Just be low the surface of tho water, and allow It to remain over night Slake the lime separately. It has been shown that there should be full dilution of the lime and copper sul phate before mixing, therefore dilute gallons, each mixture to twenty-fivbut do not pour ono into the other; both solutions should be poured at the same time into tho spray tank so that the two streams mix white falling. Well made Bordeaux is an adhesive spray, bunco carefulnoss in mixing wilt be ropald in rainy weather if directions and formula are closely llmo sulphur followed. The weak solution. Is for many reasons, better for summer use on apples, than Bordeaux. Pull directions for the use of Bordeaux mixture are given In Bulletin 121 of tho Minnesota ExperiI By F. U. e ment station. l Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. June 19, 1913. Having decided not to enter tin I hopo my friends will not crltl-cls- o Primary for mo for taking this action. 11 for County Court Clerk, I thought It duo my retiring now I erenpo tho hardship, friends to mnko sorao public state- worry and aggravation of a heated tk ilttM lull ly tit wrtttr. lit rrmt R tomtfMdeaet rbllk ment as to my reasons for to do- campaign, and so do my friends. ( feed fMk. Writ ptately. 11 rH4Kt It aot lor pktltlc, kit ing. I wish 'to say now that I was not Although I had not campaigned a In any "string" or "tlo up," single day, I lisvo talked with many In this campaign or over In my life, ANNOUNCEMENTS family Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Dyche, of you, and I am most confident that with anyonoor more candidates. Such Mr. and Mrs. 0 R. Davis, Mr. Ed I could modern-tim- e For Representative hao won tho nomination Ilea as theso havo been n great Inround Murray and Miss Rcna Taylor had I made thj offort, and every justice to mo, and nlio to thoso We aro authorized to announco 1). ucro gueets of Mr. and Mrs. F. Cor friend with whom I havo talked Is O. Wood of Jack3on County as a can whoso names have been associated uellus, Sunday. Mrs. Nancy Vaughn of tho sorno opinion; but In order to with mine In this connection. dldato for Ilcprs3ntatlvo of tho 71st visited Mrs. Sarah Davis, Friday. Legislative District, comprising tho G. C. Purkoy of Shelbyvllle, formerly do so, I might havo been foroed to Now, In retiring, I wish to than!; resort to methodand practices which Counties of Clar, Jackson and uws a citizen of this place, will trawl pro not commendable, nnd I would my many friends who have support-eley, subject to tho action of tho Re mo In the twist, nnd especially for J. R. Waocor. and Co. again this much rather retire from office with those who havo pledged mo their publican Primary, Augend, 13U. year. Tho Mlrocs Paraleo and Llzile sorno and the good will For Representative Hurley attended tho singing at II and friendship of tho good people support In this campaign. Tho peoplo of Jackson County have We are authorized to announce W. C. Davis's, Saturday night. Mr. and than to win another term by any R. Reynold! of Jackson County as a Mrs. R. L. Taylor aro the parents of other than an honorable and clean honored mo often, and I love them for It. 1 havo tried to repay you candidate for Representative from tho a flno ten pound boy. Tho funerals campaign. by making an honest arid clean offi Counties of Jackson, Owsley and Clay of J. H. Denham, R. E. Denham and I am opposed to the use of moncial. I wish I might have nn nnswor before tae Republican voters at the Mary J. Copo were preached at Green ey or whiskey votto debauch the August Primary 1913. Your votes aw Hill Baptist church, Sunday, June corrupt tho ballot, I am op- from each of yon as to whether or (ad) fcth, by Rev. G P. Hacker nnd Eli ers and I respectfully solicited. posed to the common habit of not have dono co. jah Comott. I am not retiring In tho Interest For Representative making and publishing campaign Ilea KKimr kmoii We aro authorized to announco the In order to prejudice tho voters of any candldat". I only 'hopo yoi Kfcrby Knob, Juno 16. Saturday against any candidate. I do not want will vote) for clenn and efficient candidacy of H. Clay Baldwin of Mrs. Ambroso Rd was aorved at tho groom's homo Vernon, Jackson County, Ky., forliepro-ccntaUv- o and Sunday will bo our regular tho offlco bad enough to cngago In nnd qualified pooplo for office. church meeting days. Rev. Parsons a camplagn in which such prnctlc-'-s er visited her tlster, Mrs. of the 71st Logtslativo DisMartin today. Their many friends wish them Vory truly yours, f Crooked Crock tho last much Joy and suc.ves. Wm. II. Ciy . VanSant. trict, composed of Clay, Jackson and delivered an Interesting sermon to aro to bo resorted to. D. G.JColller. of tho week. J L. Ball was called mack baa bought his family a bef Owsley Counties, subject to the ac- an audience at the graveyard near , to Jackson County, to sec hit ulster, tlful Kimball piano. Mr. and 1. tion of all TOtors at tho Ropubllcan tho head of Owsley Fork the Becond oomo teeth pulled. Nora Welch vt skiiastian Sunday of June. Our Sunday School Primary to be held Aug. 2nd, 1913. bebastaln, June H. Mr. nnd Miss Mrs. Nflllo Robinson, who Is very Elijah Furman announco tho birth Bradshaw visited her niece, Delia Is Interesting with good attendance Spurlock, of a son. Llcyd Bogley has sold Saturdny night and McNeil, tho Cortland missionaries, 111. last For Superintendent of Schools of School will begin tho first Monday Sunday. his homo to Daniel McDonlrl for Several from this vicinity visited Mrs. D. B. Gabbard who Is ItOCKI'OHII Jackson County In July, with Miss Bertha Reynolds three hundred nnd fifty dollars. and Albert Un". ate planning to attend tho picnic . ck,, yeoreraay I am a candidate for Superintendent as teacher. Orau and Bess 0 Cllc E. II. Mrs. John Smith Is recovering from Jtorlifcrd. Juno bard have returnid homo from at Annville, June 24th. of Schools of Jackson County, subject hao come borne to spend the sum r.rcctLfclro of Bcrca filled hla nn attack of Malaria. Tho firm dolni; whore they havo been attend Republican voto tho action of the rosKV enls r' Scaffold Cone, Sat- business under tho nama of Howard L.er. Mr. and Jjrs. G. W. Johnson ing collc.TO for the past six month. ters at the State Primary, Aug. 2nd, went to Richmond, June 2nd, to urday and Sunday. Mrs. Rao IK'r- - and McDanlel has been dhnolvcd and roecy, Juno 13. D. W, Malnous han Miss Sophia Baker of Cortland . T.i - .1 r. 1913. Your support Is earnestly sollct-e- d meet their ti....L. little duaghter on her way returned homo from Richmond, Ky , ,'ohn Wilson of Malcom is now tho and will bo duly appreciated. home from the Danville School wherj whero ho has been attending school. latter's partner Tho board of eduRespectfully, she has been for the past 9 months. Tho Misses Nellie and Graclo Jackson cation met hero last Saturday to H. F. Mlnter. -- The corn crop Is looking well passed thru her,. Saturday. U. his appoint m7 but visited their cousin, Miss Susie Jack ! rlday. teachers. The only ono ap. tho oat crop will bo cut short on ac son, lost Sunday. Win. Rowland li sons aro working for Mrs. M. (lab-pointed for this placo was Mini Haa-geFor Sheriff of Owsley County 1 Mrs. J. J. Martin, Ran IX'rlnger and .,. 11.. Tho other appointments will be and hnnl mipv Rnl.l n1 n,l S bm a candidate for the office of count of so Utt'e rain. Miss Grace sick at prcccnt Jeeso Herd " anova visited Mrs. Mary inado later. sheriff of Owsley County, subject 10 Sparks gave the young folks a social, Chester Doolcy made a trip to Perry vismng Air. Mrsr Ellsha (lab- - Vaughn and family of Boone. Sun- the action of the Republican Prim- Saturday night which was much cn- - County to deliver pictures, thn first SToTme,frtt.,'Cr U VCrr every 'joyed. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wil 7Wto" 0t.J W' ary, Aug. 1913. I hope to meet of this week Miss Efflo Hydcn vis ivuu b uuDin, ouuuuy, wero .nr. nnu voter and If I fall In getting to see liams visited tho latter's parents U ited MIS3 Marian Ktnrald last Satur KTI'IKIKON. MARKETS Mrs. Jamcft Ralston and son, Hoduy CINCINNATI you I earnestly appeal to you all for Dreyfus last week. Mrs. Elmer Clio: day night. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Row Sturgeon, Jun? 16th. IVIbert Cook of Paint Lick, Rev. Brookshlre. Jlr. visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs land visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. your Influence and support In the Corn No. 2 white 63tfc, No. 3 who haa lxen rJck Uie past two anJ Mr0 Jonn ulnn, Bcrta and John George Wild of Clover Bottom, Suncoming primary. W. Rowland last Sunday night. whlto 63 63 He. 8tophcns, Hugh Ltnvllle, Lynn Brock, 61c. No. 2 ? yellow So. i whits E9WQ fay. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Powell anl Tho M133CS Olllo Hughes, Alice and wcks Is able ir bo out again. Respectfully, 62Q62c No. 3 yelchl'dren ate visiting relatives in Es Lena Evans visited Mr. and Mrs. D. it. Mrs. V. S. Brewer's health Is great- - H- - E- - Bullen nnd family, Robt. How- - low 61HC62C, No. 4 yellow 60(f61c, John W. Frost till County for a few days. Mrs. J Wildcrs 03t Saturday night and Sun ly Improved. Rev. Harvey Johnson , man nnJ fnjlly, Rev. Childress and No. 2 mixed 6: 6 62Hc, No. 3 mixed t'ow Creek, Ky. will preach at Bethlehem Vlras whu 61H(T62c, No. 4 mixed 68069c. whit D. Hatfield spent last week at Be day. They report a flno time. Sclioil Kcv' RalUnger. Beulah ear 60Q63c, yellow ear 59 C 82c, mixed For Assessor of Jackson County house, Sunday evening, June 22. nn8 3Wa 8'clc so long Is no bet- - ear 6S(?61c. leu bavisx some dental work done. 10 HANUOAI'. authorized to announco A baby f,Irl ai rived at the homo of Wo aro IIcr 8ls'c Mrs. Rosa Dalton. of Several young people from Sturgeon Hay No. 1 timothy $14.50016, James Hamilton of Tyner as a candi- Mr. and Mrs. John Clemmons on Juns No. 1 Sand Gap, June 14. Owing to tho httended church nt Hock Springs. uerca is with her, Miss Addlo Sluu standard timothy I13.60(f14. timothy I12.7&&13, No. 3 date for Assessor of Jackson County, 6th. continued ccol weather crops aro punday. j ho social at D. T. Strong's n,lu Mr- - ""mo .vicvonum of Scaffold JlO.&Oail. No. 1 clover mixed timothy $13, No. eubject to the action of tho Republilooking very bid. Mary Cook ond Saturday night, was greatly enjoy- - Can0 wcro moJ"rlcl a few days ago, 2 clover mixed $10011.60. No. 1 clorei MAULDEN Wo wish them a long and hnppy life. $10. No. 2 clover $7. can Party at the coming primary Mauldcn, June 13. Most all tho Maggie Durham, who have been sick ed. F. N. Brewr la elerklmr i' to be held on the 2nd day of August farmers aro over their corn the first for somo time, ar Improving. Sever- W. Wilson at Travelers Rest. Oata No. 2 white 42043V4c, stand-arFnd white 41 HO 4 2c, No. 3 whlto 41J GARRARD GOUHTT 1913. Peters of Berea is In this vicinity time. Stephen Farmer who has been al from this place attended Com41Hc No. 4 white 38039c, No. 2 mixed I'AINT LICK. Visiting with rriends and relative visiting hit con at Richmond return mencement at Berea last week. 3HC40c. No. 3 mixed 3939Hc, No. Paint Lick, Juno S. The ladles' 4 mixed 38 038 He ed homo, Wednesday. .Mrs. Ed Est JACKSON COUNTY Mrs. J. W. Williams has returned nnd taking subscriptions for The Cltl- Wheat No. 2 red fl.0SOl.08, No. 3 ridgo from Cincinnati, is visiting her lrom Dreyfus where she had McKKK been zen. Drummer W. C. Marcum fm.n'A,(1 will M Saturday, June 14th, haw l tho Wallaceton Baptist red 7cO$1.03, No. 4 red 78090c. McKee, Juno 16. County Court was father, Geo. Amyx. Bartio Monis has visiting iclatlves. Mr. and Mrs. 13. MancDcster was held up two dajs,a Uaxaar Eggs Prime firsts 18c. firsts 17c, in session hero today, and there was a very sick child. Dentio Amyx ut K. Durham visited relatives at Wind ai aiurgeon whllj Brewer, the black church to dispose of carpets, (jullts, ordinary firsts ICHc. seconds 14c. aprons, and also tho same evening a very large crowd of people In town. Hamilton, O., Is Maying with his tavo last week Poultry Hens, heavy, over 4 lbs, Rev. James of nmim, repaired Ills wagon. Lola a ,)l0 "Pl'or at the 15Hc; 4 Iba and under, 15Hc; old So mo of tho candidates spoke in tho grandfather. Geo. Amyx. E. B. Flan- - Madison County recently couducted Ambroso of Bera Is spending a few Ucy Court House In tho afternoon. Every- cry left Monday to tako Bob Picrson a series of meetings here. Rev. Mar- wocks witn friends In Owsley County. KlIUU Piact c" lor ' w'ueflt of tho roosters, 10c; springers, 1 to 1H lb, 26030c; 2 lbs and over, 18 020a; Wm. Napier is doing a good busi churcl1' Everybwly Is Invited to the ducks. 4 lbs and over, 12c; white, unbody is talking politics. Jas. Hayas to London for moonshlalng. A. C. cus Isaacs of Sinking Valley conductpl 8ul'lcr nt ' 3" - m. ljst S111ness for tho Rlversldo Woolen Mill is at home from Louisville for a two Frost and Riloy Simpson are work der 4 lbs, 10c; turkeys, 8 lbs and over, ed servlcca herj, Sunday. Albert day "BnlnlK cliuck a tree in 16Hc; young. 15c. A fine colt belonging to weeks' Visit. Miss Marguerite Park ing in tlio stave woods near McKcj Powell of Dry Ridge was a visitor L. Jl butchhas gone to her home in Ohio for a this week. ian over a high bank and Ci' Gulnn s pastuio, killing five horse, er Cattle Shippers $7.268.10; good to at J. R. Durham's, Sunday. Luth-- r steers, extra light $7.8508, lew weeks' vacation. Dr. Zwcymer of daughter, Susie, of choice $7.3507.76, common to fair thin past week. Edwnnl l"Jcff Little, one of our leading candidates killed Itw-Dounurxicit Holland, Mich., was In town last Doublollck, June 12. R. M. Ward, for County Judge, was recently In Cook Is sending this week in Clay ' Danv"lc. "I., caino for a day's visit $6.6007.25: heifers, extra light. $8, Tilth her father and mother. R. II, good to choice $7.6007,90, common to County cellng fruit trees. Wednesday. Miss Ellen Bradshaw candidato for County Court Cler'c, this vicinity In behalf of his candi cows, extra $6.25, fair $5.2607.60; 'Super ana family visited Ebb Las returned home from a trip to was In our midst, Tuesday. Cash dacy. Miss Anna- Powell, candidate good to cliole $6.5006.16, common to man un'' 'am"y t lowell, Saturday Livingston and ioulsvllle. George and Nannie Isaac3 of Hamilton, 0., for County School Sunt., left lau COUNTY fair $405.40; dinners. $3.2604.25. unl Sunday. .Mtc Eva Webb left for Heffner and son, George, of Loulsvillo jaw visiting friends at this placo week for an extended canvassing Bulls Bologna $60710. extra $7.H I'lTTxiiuiMi Pittsburg. Juno 13. Mrs. wore in town, Monday, on business. this week. Catcda Sparks of CinMiss L..nora 07.26; rat bulls $707.26. trip in the uppci part of the County. jaura wKrsv:ilo, Saturday. Calves -- Kxtrn $10.26. fair to Eood Hiram Hogg, Jr, of Doonevllle wa3 cinnati is visiting homo folks for a Hoover and Hamilton of Irvine, uyiey died last Saturday night after ' ' nr80ns 13 visiting with her brother's $7.60010, common and large $5,500 In town, Monday, on business. Mrs. few weeks. The Misses Pollle and agents for a picture enlarging firm, a two wcks Illness. She waa forty- - 'nml'y. Mr. and Mrs. Has Parsons, J.75. W. II. Clark has returned from a Magglo McCollura Hogs Selected medium shippers spent Sundiy wero recently soliciting vor!i here. ivo years old and leaves four chil- this week. JH.hOU8.S5, good to choice packers and tvenlng with the Misses Stella and -- A girl receiatly arrived at the dren, her mother and a host of relavisit to Richmond and Lexington. butchers $H.75O8.80, mixed packers CLAY COUNTY Dr. W. 1. Amyx of Livingston came Flora Sparks. Mlsa Stella Spark3 home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Chris- - tives and friends who mourn tho Iojs. $X.r,50!U6. stags $4.5006.75, extra IIUHNINU SrilINC!, to town, Sunday, on business for a spent Saturday with Mls8 Pollle The funeral service wero conducted $6.86; common man on Hollard Street. They call to choice heavy fat by Rev. B.II. Cole, Sunday afternoon. days. Will Fowler made a trip Burning SprlnRS. Juno 12. few Matin sous $5.6007.76, extra $7.8007.90; Mrs. Blrida Martin spent her Mary Frances. Myrtlo Powell of light shippers $8.6508.80; pigs (IOC to Borea last w?ek. Dr. and Mrs. W Sunday with Mrs. Salllo Martin. -- Hugh Is visiting her sister, lira. Tho body of tho deceased was htandafcr bas returned from Hazar.l lbs and less) $5.6008.70. II. Horncoy returned home, Saturday, Mrs. Bctllo Martin visited her daugh In tho PltUburg cemetery ami .y bringing with l.lm his linrmt Dr. Settle of this place. Rev. Frya SheejK-Kxt$4.3504.60, good to from Pennsylvac:a, where they hav? ter, Mra. Ellor Sparks, Monday even- and wlfo of Ohio, aro visiting rela tho side of her hubsand. who waa iaddlo outfit ard Is now ready t cholco $404.25, common to fair $2.7S been visiting for a few weeks. Mrs. ing. Leonard Martin made a business tives here. For tho first tltuo In bix killed near KJiuee by a train a few 'lFv custdmorc nwillng biwinesa 03.85. heavy sheep $3.6004. Spring Lambs Extra Eli Bakor and daughter lrom Berei to Wildle, .Monday. years, J. It. Durham attended Com- Jiara ao. Wo extend our sympathy of that kind Lust evening Wllllnni good to cholco $7.5008.60, $8,600,8- - 'M 1 commrf aro visiting A. W. Baker this wee'.:. Thompson and Mss Clara Montgommencement at Berea, the 4th hut. ic wo Dcrcavcd orphans. NATIIANTU.N fair $507.26, heavy lambs (75-9Ed Strong and Harry Evcrsole, Jr. ery wero marrloJ. A wedding dlnn.-u- ib in I'luBourg $707.76, yearlings $3.50 0 5.60. Nathanton, June 7. Several peoJ. G. Durham writes that he will vu6u of Annville were in town, Monday. guln. Mrs. Sallle Colo and hcrthreo ple from hero attended church at go to Black Mountain, N. C, In a rons Wm. Alumbaugh and son, Major, o Egypt last and daughter, who nro now few days, to attend tho Southern V, Saturday and Sunday. Berea were in town, Monday. A. B. Holcomb has recently had his M. C. A. conference. C. S. Durham, living at Mcldrum, havo been visit jug CLOVKK BOTTOM dwelling nowly painted by J. 0. candidato for County Surveyor, was past reiaiives at this placo for tho two weeks. Clover Bottom, June 15. Mr. A. C. Rowlett and T. H. Hurts l:i Berea last week. I.eonard Report of tho condition nf Tint Jackson County Bank, dolnjc luiNliieas' Blcknell has returned homo from Hosklno of Estill County who has ROCKCASTLE COUNTY nt the town of McKmi, County of Jncknon, Htnto of Kentucky, at thu close Hamilton, O., whtro he has been for been viclting relatives hero has of bilsInoDH oil tlx ft la day of June, 1U13. 0W8LEY COUNTY IIIMI1TA.NTA some time. Rev. Hayes Smith fillhomo. Mrs. Martha J. Hurst KAUNKNTVILLE Dlsputanta, Juno 14. O. M. Payne RESOURCES ed his regular appointment at White visited at Egyp-- . last Saturday and We have haa boon sick. Mrs. Susan Ogg is Loans still Discouuls Earnestvllle, Juno 16. Springs, yooterday and today. Chas. Sunday.-- D. $ fj 1,203 01 O. Wood has been in had two frosts here the past wee, still vory sick. Married on tho 11th. Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Norwell has gout to Ohio to work Clay County canvassing 788 87 for tho past which bit tho corn In spots hero and Miss Vlrglo Payne of this place to Stocks, IJonds and other Socurities 1,8:17.1)7 for a few days Born to Mr. and Mr; two weeks. Mr. Tyao Williams of near Berea. there, but did but Utile damage. $0,40S!-tDuo from Dunks Cashio VanWlnkie, a fine girl. Utr FKIVKTT have caused the Jack Frost visited us ono night lull Cash on hand Tho cool nigh'. ',() L84 name 10 Addle. Tho Infant child of Prlvett, Juno 13. Married at tho ground to got very dry, making the I week. Jaaon Williams was In our Cheeks and other cash items Mr. Green Smltti died Friday, Juno homo 244.42 of tho bride, Frank Tho midst this week buying shoep and Uaiikiug House, Fiirnituro and Fixtures 2,(13l!()5 lttn. Clay Baldwin and wife and uaisy umicck. Wo wish York toMlo crops look somewhat puny. them a hapj Owsley Circuit Court will hogs. W. H. Thomas vlslU-Sum children aro vlBltlng friends at Clov- and prosperous life. Misa Nora Jones next Monday. Several of tho Jury- - Shearer of Wlldlo last Saturday. -er Bottom, this wook. H. N. Dean is spent 1100,718.57 last Saturday night at the men havo bocn summoned from this Dob McQueen luu finished taw In.' canvassing for County Attorney. homo of L. J. Peters. Tho Rev. Cul-to- n nelghboriiood. LIABILITIES B. N. Mlnter Is rt luuibor for Jack Jones. The trainers ISAAC preached at Abner Spurlock's la-candidato for Justice of tho I'lac1, aro taking advantage of the flno Capital Stock paid iu, ill cash 16,000.00 Imaco, Juno IS. Crops aro looking Tuesday at 3 p. cy Peters U and Logan Gabbard for CoiuUibla for weather and r.re-- getting tholr corn Surplus Fund OOO.'oO very proepjrous Wheat is good, cats lowly Mrs. W. II. Met-ca- lf Wild Dog precinct. clean. Tho first Saturday nnd Sun-da- y Uudivided Profits, less expenses and taxes puid Husteu 1,822.37 are improving very much since we is rapidly Improving. Saturday wife and baby aro both in next month Is our regular Deposits subject tb check $75,247,20 aro having plenty of rain. T. H. and Sunday nro regular church days very ill. Wm. Metcalfs little daugh- church days at Clear Crook. Time Deposits 13,140.00 88,300,20 Little had a fmo work mule get ak Oak Grove. Blllle Smith's baby Oltl.ANIIO ter. Flora, aged six, died last week. his log broken recently. Mrs. Mary It: very sick with stomach trouble. Sho was a sweet little girl, and a Orlasdo, Juno 16. Mrs. Naucy Ball Total fl00,7ia57 E. Purkoy has returned to her homo Mrs. Josio Anderson was at A. J. precious gem to give up. II. N. and Mis. Ellen Baker wore called to on Moores Creek. Mrs. Abo Cuna-ElSTATE OF KENTUCKY, ) Hamilton's last week having bomo Mlnter and wlfo were blessed with Wlldtu this week on account of the of Ettawa, Tenn., Is visiting dental work dote. Tho Uouuty j Jackson. Rovs. Ander u twelvo pound girl on the 10th cf Illness of Mrs. Mujor Ball. Miss Mary relatives aecr hero. meeting son, Saudllu tnd Metcalf will preach The . Wo, D. O. Collier and J. It, Hoys, President and Cashier of th ... It k . ni ... this month. School will open at Helton ono Miss Ethel Head were i rtuui oiiu- - rarrvtrs, Sunday, was at Gray Hawk tho first Saturday Bradshaw district, July 6th, with ft. tho fteiU of Mrs. Charley Thomas, numed Hank, do solemnly swenr that the above statement is true to tho well attended. Aunt Rachel Rob-bi- and Sunday in July. Mr. and Mrs. A. Caudill best of our knowledge and belief. as teacher, Thero are 104 Sunday- ,- Crops aro looklug fine. died, Monday, June 3. Her re- Cirant Hamlltoa visited D. 0. COLLIGIt, President. tho lattorVs pupils in the district and tho teach Annlo Robinson and sister, Carrie, mains wero laid to rest In the Green parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave J. It. HAYS, Cashier. York, er asks a helping hand from all tho of Jonui t'a were In Orlando, Monday. Hill cemotcry, Tuesday. She was lrom last Friday until Monday. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of Juuo, 1013. patrons that tho school may be a Saturday and Sunday wcro' regular loved, by all who know her. We ex- Miss Lena Floucry D. O. COLLIER, Clerk JncUm County Court, of Grcenhall was success. All patrons are earnestly ln church dry at Maplo Grovo. Chas. tend our sympathy to her bereaved In this vicinity last week By JOHN FOWLEIt, D.C. to have vlted to attend tho first day. Thomas made a business trip to M t. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Eke To the People of Jackson County ROYAL tthr Baking Powder is the greatest of helps to perfect cake ct and biscuit making. Makes home baking pleasant and profitable. It renders the food more digestible and guarantees it safe from alum and all adulterants. Da-th- a, Mi-nd- J 1 16,-Jt- ff-. Re-re- a, regula-nppoln- tn , 1 - i- Su ,,B,C,"ry. 'l7 ........ n. 7 1 M'te;7ArS - J rr d 1- Walk-Brew- er - Hrocli-LAUR- 1 rn t-- lp r JACKSON COUNTY BANK ttal m.i-Lu- Imp-ovin- s-. Ilrau-duubur- . -