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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): January 1, 1914 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1914 cit1914010101_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): January 1, 1914 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1ERJCA PUBLISHING CO. meTOATM) WM. C mOST, MmhCUrf VTH MFAtU DEAN SlCChrnUlUa Mtwiw JtarM, IV., m m Urn Ft tM omam XDevo-beel. XV. Pivo ConU a copy. kThe CitizenPeoe d way to knowledge Xmw1h ky iy with ae4ra it ta rea4 a yewer m4 U aewipastr. f4 No. 27 to tlie Interests of tlie Moonta.in IIEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUAIIY 1, 1014. Ono Dollar a Year. The New Term Beat Opening in Berea'a History Tlio Winter Term opened Wednesday. Tlicro wero more than 700 students registered the day before. Tho procession nl tlio early hour of 7:30 was n full ono and greatly enjoyed. Tho business of registration, which Is like organizing nn army in thret) days, was most skillfully managed. The new facilities made possible a great many pleasant changes. Students nro still arriving in largo numbers, and special efforts will bo mado to provide for thoso who aro kept away by tho necessity of finishing out their school teaching. Kacli night this week Ihoro Is a free Hand Concert, slorcopticon exhibit or other entertainment for tho now students. New Students and Old! Berea welcomes the students! Here come those who have just been home for Christmas, and those who have been out thru tho fall term to teach, and some who have been gone one or two years to earn money. We are glad to see you, every one! And we bless the new faces! Here arc those who are in Berea for the first time, to whom all is new and strange. We are glad to see you, and can tell you that in the course of a few weeks you will have more friends in Berea than in any other place on earth! UNITED STATES NEWSflN Calumet's Calamity. bodies, including those children wero carried of forty-fothru tho streets of Calumet, down the country highway and buried in a snow covered cemetery nt Calumet. Thousands of miners followed In the procession. Such were tho sad results of the panic started by a false alarm of II ro in a placo of amusement. Investigate the Copper Mines. Tho Chicago Federation of Labor has applied to Congress to investi gate conditions in tho copper coun try of Michigan. Tho resolutions charged that Houghton county is governed by gunmen who aro un der orders of mine owners. Tho labor forces proposed to enter on a Seventy-tw- o ur OUR OWN STATE Help the New Year Resolvers! Thousands of people are earnestly setting out to live better lives in the New Year! God cheer the men who "quit off" from one or another bad habit. Heaven help each soul that sets out to cultivate new virtues! Now a word to you who do not make good resolutions. Will you try to trip and hinder those who do make them? Just as surely as there is a blessing for those " who turn many to righteousness," there is a curse for those "who cause any weak one to stumble." WORLD NEWS ALMA MATER The Colleoo and the Student TO FARMERS. A wide awake fanner who is look IMPORTANT Mexican Conditions. President Hucrta has made tho statement that ho would resign tho presidency at the end of tho year and tako field against tho rebels in person. In that case, tho Minister of Justice will become tho Presi dent of Mexico. Tlio increased impoverishment of tho nation and the increase of rebel bands have re duced tho government to a desper ate condition. On tho government pay day, employees received their payment with hut llttlo delay, but it is nut expected that another loan can bo secured. T)io drastic measure of confiscating private property has been discussed in tho Cabinet. It is denied that supplies of ammunition are about exhausted. The banking siUialion is decidedly unsatisfactory. Stale bank bills aro not accepted ami somo of tho important banks aro subjected to a run. A Bank for Wisdom A good many people know enough to save their money. Very few people know enough to save their stores of wisdom. "What is the best way of doing this or that?" " I did know, but have forgotten." The Citizen offers a new premium "The Every Day File," which is a bank for storing up newspaper clippings, and notes, and all kinds of scraps of knowledge that are sure to "come handy" some day. Begin the New Year by a plan for putting away the wisdom and joy and experience that comes into your hands so that you will have it to use in time of need. Have a bank for wisdom ! (See page 8.) 1 iug out for the best interests of his business can make next week the most prolltable one of tho year by spending several days of it nl the Almual Tanners' Meeting at tho State Experiment Station at Lex ington. There will be demonstrations and speak Ingv'ofj tho highest order on subjects and dales as follows: Tuesday, Jan. 0 Swine, Dairy Cat tle. Wednesday, Jan. 7 Corn Day, Horses. Thursday, Jan. H. Fruit Growing, Sheep. Friday. Jan 9 Hee keeping, Poul try Show. Saturday, Jan. 10 Beef cattle. Reduced rates aro offered on all railroad. Man to go. PAGE SEVEN Four minimis of lliis page are especially for the mothers and young Wo hope to print here people. tilings which will be of peculiar interest and help to women, and wo invito suggestions from our readers. This week Ihoro is a little verso of trust, two good recipes from a friend; extracts from an article in Hie Farm and Fireside concerning the fatal results of gossip; and the experiences of one woman in learning from lur baby how to live mure sensibly. On tins page are verses and a short story for the little ones about a visit which a country mouse made to a town tnoiice. Here also are bright ideas for boys, together with riddles and games. CONTENTS THIS ISSUE. Now Students 1. Editorials and Old. Help the New Year Resolvers; A Hank for Wisdom; What "Votes for Women" Means. PAGE PAGE 2. Why He Failed as a Leader. A Few Little Smiles. Woman Oularguos a Robber. Thoughts vs. God's Sermon-Ma- n's Thoughts. PAGE 3. Mountain Agriculture Care of Stock; Value of .Manure. Former flow II. H. Glenn's Reason for Total Abstinence. Tlio Largest Wttlorwheel. Sunday School Lesson "Jesus and the Children." PAGE 4. Local News. College Items. PAGE C. Short Story-I'r- ico Continued Story. of a down. PAGE 7. A Corner for Women. For tho Young Folks. Boron's Six Doors.. PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky News. Tho Miracle of Rowan County. Poem Success. Cincinnati Markets. Spain and Japan Protest. Itoth Spain and Japan bavo made strong representations to tho United Stales Government with regard to the treatment received by their subjects in Mexico. They present to tho United States an urgent request for tho protection of their subjects Great Spokesman of the Suffrages ta Says They Intend to Change in Mexico. Spain has sent a war the Nature of Women. Home Life He Calls Slavery. shin to Vera Crur. The Stale De Girls Must Be Brought Up to be Exactly Like parlment has taken the matter in Men. Women Will Fight, Smoke, and giving it serious alien hand and is Vote Together till they Capture lion. Half the Offices. Cave Men Still with Us. Frank Edward Johnson, editor of Most men and women have a strong instinct against women's becoming the National Geographical Magazine, has just returned from his sixth men. Yet many of the objections to woman suffrage are without foundatrip lo the Hinterland of Tunisia tion. Women are good enough to vote, and smart enough to vote. and Tripoli, where he has discov But our antipathy to women's voting rests on the deep knowledge rs ered a nation of nuin that humanity is better off with a division of duties women for her boring possibly HX),000f in a section side and man for his side with kindly overlappings in emergencies. Civsupposed to bo hitherto uninhabited ilization rests on the home. living tho life of prehisThey aro Tho advocates of suffrage often fail to see how far their ideas would toric men. Some of the caves are carry them. on crags 3,000 feet high situated The Atlantic Monthly for December contains an article by the chief The dwellings often extend 150 feet "Votes tor Women" people in which he sets forth the into hard rock and are capable of authority for the full consequences of woman suffrage, and all thoughtful men and womHo also dis S.0O0 men. sheltering covered long stretches of Roman en should ponder his words. Highway. He is bringing homo a W. L. GEORGE IN "THE ATLANTIC desires lo remove an inequality, magnillcenl collection of photo MONTHLY" FOR DECEMBER Feminism purports to alter radically graphs of llie cave dwellings and tho mental attitudes of men and woThe Feminist propaganda which men. The sexes are to be induced Roman ruins. is bigger than llie Suffrage agitation torecognizo eacli other's status, and -- rests upon a revolutionary biologWater Famlno in Montreal. to bring this recognition to such a a water ical principle. Montreal is .suffering from Substantially, the point that equality will not even be famine with zero weather lo in Feminists argue that there are no challenged. Thus Feminists are inThe large men and that there arc no women; croaie its dilllculties. terested rather in ideas than in water main supplying the city lias there aro only sexual majorities. To facts; if, for instance, they wish to met wil.li serious damage. Water is put llie matter less obscurely, the make accessible to women tho prolieinu' distributed in tank carts Feminists on themselves haw fession of barrister, it is not because Steam healing plants aro put out of Woiniuger's theory, according to they wisli women to practico as and there is trouble in get which tlio male principle may be business, barristers, but becnuso they want Iiml" unlet- - for Iho railroad loromo found in woman, and the female men to view without surprise tho lives. The city is facing tho danger principle in man. 11 follows that fact that women may bo barristers. of lire and disease both. II will taKo they recognize no masculine or fem- And they havo no use for knightli-ncs- s several days to repair the sixty inine 'spheres,' nnd that they proand chivalry. foot break in llie intake pipe. pose to identify absolutely the conTho word 'inferior' at once arouses ditions of the sexes. Franco Has a New Premier. comment for liore tho Feminist often Now I hero are two kinds of people Gaston Douuiergue appointed Pre regards distinguishes himself from the Sufmier of Franco has formed tils cam who labor under illusions as fragist. Ho frequently acepts wonet, and is unw at Iho helm of Iho tho Feminist movement, its oppon- man's present inferiority, but ho supporters: both sides ents ami its French government. this inferiority to bo transient, lend to limit the area of its Ho considers that permanent. Envoy to Japan. Mexican in a few cases does eitho" nol A great celebration was given in realize the movement as revolution- by removing tho handicaps imposed Tokio lo Francisco do la Harra, spe ary. Tho methods are to have re- upon women, they will bo nblo to iiil niivfiv from Mexico to thank volutionary results, nro destined to win an adequate proportion of races. Japan for her participation in tho lie revolutionary; as a convinced but His. caso against tho treatment of Mexican centennial. Tho coininitleo cautious Feminist, I do not think it women covers every form of human nresented tho visitor u sword and honest or advisable to conceal this relation: tlio arts, the home, the other gifts, and later a procession fact. I have myself been charged trades, and marriage. In overy ono marched lo tho Mexican legation in by a very well-knoKuglish au- - of these directions ho proposes to front of which another meeting was thor (whoso namo I may not give, make revolutionary changes. Tho question of tho arts need nol held, criticising tho United States. as tlio charge was contained In a letter) with having 'let tho long detain us. It is perfectly clear private Safety at Sea. woman has had in tho past An American delegate to Iho Inter- cat out of Iho bag' in my littlo book, that Well, I do neither tlio necessary artistic trainConference on Safety at Woman ami national ing, nor tho necessary atmosphere Sea, Andrew Fruclitis, tho President not think it right that tho cat should encouragement; thai families or tho International Soainen Union bo kept in Iho bag. Feminists should of resignation to President not want to triumph by fraud. As have been reluctant lo spend money cabled his daughter's music, her painton Wilson because of his dissatisfac- promoters of a sex war, they should ing,their her literary education, with Willi tho report and of tho com- not hesitalo lo declare il, and I have tion of them by pany of which ho was a member. Ho littlo sympathy with tho pretenses tho lavishness demanded professional or business will sail for Now York tomorrow. of those who contend Hint ono may their son's while leaving every career. Feminists beliovo that when Oilier American delegates declino to nil ! men and women have been leveled, thing unaltered. side with Mr. Fruclitis. This pro-va- il. An essential difference between this state or things will cease to is now iii session at London, consideration 'Feminism' anil 'Suffragist! is that and Is taking into In tho trades, Kuglish Feminists what can bo dono for tho protection tho Suffrage, is but part of Iho great (Continued on page Five) er propaganda; whilo Suffraglsm on tho safety at sea. of seamen What "Votes for Women" Means cave-dwelle- bo-lic- I nviM-vllini- r con-f.iri.i- Fetleral Court at Maysvlllo ordered that tlio Cincinnati Now Orlennn Jk Texas Pacific Railroad pay taxes on (In additional assessment of 2,000j-000 before he will grant nn injunction against tho State Board of Valuation. Ho also ordered tho & O. to pay taxes on an additional assessment of $5,000,000 before hn wnnlri grant a temporary Injunction. Thfa is moro than an increase of 35,-0paid into tho Stale Treasury besides what tho counties and other taxing districts will rcccivo as a result of tho litigation of tho railroads. ThO Stato has C.nltplnrl 55,000 additional from tho Louisville & Nashville road, 33,017.91 irom llie Illinois Central, 3,870.31 strike. from tlio Union LiRhl. Heal fc Powpp Student Volunteer Convention. Kansas City, Missouri, embraces Company, making a total additional about 5,000 college students from collections of 120,917.25. 800 Universities and Colleges this Death of Colonel R. M. Kelly. week, to attend tho Great Volunteer Col. Robert M. Kellv. a war veter Convention. In addition, delegates an and for many years, editor of will bo present from fifteen foreign mo Louisvitio Commercial and a nations. Thero will bo 150 Chinese well known resident of that. itv students. William Jennings Dryan, died on Saturday morning. Ho nover Secretary of Slate, is ono of the recovered from tho shock of tho speakers. Tho president of tho Stu- death of his son who was killed dent Volunteers Movement is Dr. while operating an army air ship John R. Molt, who recently declined in California on November 24th. President Wilson's offer to make His fino personality gavo character him Minister to China. to tlio Republican parly. Ho was an He Flies Upside Down. able and forceful writer, and the At Frcnso, California, Bcachy, tho influence was strongly felt In aviator, flew bis machino upside Louisville and vicinity. down for an eighth of a mile, besides Outlaws Cornered. looping the loop several limes, Tho Hendrickson gang was cornBirthday of the President. ered in tho President Wilson was 57 years old and troops, mine by Sheriff's posse who aro ready for a He 28lh day of December. on the long watch. Bonfires blazed nl ihn received congratulations, letters and entrance to the old abandoned mine telegrams from all parts of the counsplendid rest between Pinevillo and Elys. Theso try. Ho is having a entrances were occupied by officers and the effect upon his health is of tho law with hundreds of people marked. Ho has won new honors as spectators on tho hill around. A While pitched for himself as a pasing on the road with his auto- pected battlo is momentarily exwith the outlaws who nummobile, ho discovered flames issuber about twenty. Tho trouble being from tho roof of a nearby house. gan with the murder of Thos. Miller, Slopping his machine, ho notified tho danger they were in last Wednesday. Tho present plan people of tho is to starve the men out. As there and set the men who wore with him at the task of extinguishing tho .fire aro six entrances to tho mine, they somo chance of escaping; which had not gained great head- stand Jews Celebrate Christmas. way. Rabbi Mueller of Louisville speakMrs. Young Again Superintendent. ing on tho celebration of Christmas As a result of the indignant protest of tlio women, Mrs. Ella Fiagg by Jews, says that theso people are Young is again Superintendent of making themselves ridiculous in the schools in Chicago, she has been tho eyes of tho world. Tho topic of reinstated and is again nt her desk. his discourse was "Confldonco in .Men favorable to her ideas have been Our Religion." Tho Rabbi must havo appointed to fill vacancies on tho respect for other religions, altho Board of Education occupied by tho Jewisn says tho Jews should tho ones who wero opposed lo her havo no confldonco in their own reefforts to keep her schools out of ligion. Tho celebration of Christmas, whilo permissible for Chrispolitics. tians does not belong to Jews. Cheap Beef From the South George Rumold, chief of the NaWestern Union Injunction. tional Convention of tho ManufacJudge Evans in tho Federal Court, turers, declares that tho South can Saturday, granted nn extension to raise beef at less than five cents a thp temporary injunction restrainpound. There is no doubt, ho be- ing tho Louisville & Nashvillo raillieves, thai tho supply of beef from road from interfering with tho Westho South will greatly reduco prices tern Union Telegraph Company in in the near future. tho uso of its poles and wires along Severe Gale on New Jersoy Coast. tlio road of its defendant. Tho inA tremendous gale and high tide junction granted tho proceedings on tho Jersoy coast has caused much for six months pending action of damage. Many of the fisher's homes the Courts. were carried away and ruined. Kentucky Press Association Meets. Several barges went astray and Tho mid-weAssociation of tho many sailors were lost. Millions of Kentucky Press rats wero driven out of their hid- this week at tho Association meets ing places along tho shores of Lexington. Largo Phoenix Hotel in numbers of tho Brooklyn. Money is being raised to members of tho Kentucky Press are supply tho needs of tho suffering. expected to bo present. An importLives Lost In Storm. ant session is in prospect. Two men drowned in tho East State Militia. River and ten men, the crows of two Congress has appropriated 5,000,-0barges wrecked on tho Now Jersey among tho different states for coast, lost at sea, is tho cost in huimprovement of tho militia. man lives of tho storm which swept tho Beroro receiving Fedoral aid, over the coast of New Jersey. Tho damngo dono lo property is esti- howovor, tho militia must como up to army standards and this means mated at 1,000,000 most of it borno a complete reorganization or our by tho northern coast. present system. Parcel Post Success. This aid is given in order to Tho first year of parcel post ends tho number and efficiency of January 1st nt midnight. Unofficial tho state militia. estimates assert that .1u,000,000 has No Marriages By Magistrates. been mado during this first year of Tho newly elected Judgo of Campsuccess of Undo Tlio operation. Sam's "Baby express" has far ex- bell County announces that ho will ceeded the oxpectations of posl of-I- not empower any magistrates or justices of tho peace to perform officials. marriage ceremonies. Hundreds Seek Employment. Ho stales that formerly agents Francisco is facing a critical San situation duo to Iho fact Hint hun- had acted as "touts" to persuade dreds of men aro Hocking to tho city couples to marry beforo certain to seek employment. Nearly 1,000 magistrates. Tho schcino was purearrived on Sunday. Tho city funds ly commercial and Judgo Boltz for feeding tho unemployed nro ex- , hopes to end tlio system. hausted, and work can bo furnished Meeting of Kentucky Press Associato only a limited number. Tho tion. is due to a report that tho city Tho Kentucky Press Association would provide work for tho unem- closed its meeting ployed at 1.50 for four hours work. Wednesday after a very successful-anLaw to Make California Dry. enthusiastiu session. Largo Petitions containing 11,015 names numbers of tho Kentucky Press wora present. (Continued on page Eight.) No Injunction for Railroads. Judge- - A. M. J. Cochran of tho a 00 flro-flght- er. ek 00 co iu-ll- ux mid-wint- er Berea's Winter Term 5 Great Departments Has Begun Hurry Up! ' Pf Twe. The citizen ft THE CITIZEN THE DIFFERENCE. right, an excuso for a story about him which may be now to England. Ithodet' and sense of Iniportanco S A ROBBER met with little opposition, as a rule, but a Ilttlo German clerk In tho Trans vnal government oITlcee at Johannesburg betoro tho war onco taught him a Ticket Seller Refuses Demands lesson. "Please attend to mo at once," thutv of Holdup Man Who Threatdered the Colossus. "I can't wait" ens Her Life. "When your turn comes, mister," replied the clerk. "Confound you, man, don't you know who I am?" asked Rhodes. POLICE THE "Oh, yes, 1 know you; but don't wor CALLED ry about me," was the clerk's unruf' ss January 1, 1914. I ' family newspaper for all that tru and latere sting. I A new book on Cecil Rhodes girts WOMAN AGENT Oil T- - USE EMPTY COFFIN AS LIFE PRESERVER Morgue Keeocr and Boy Struggling in Strong River Current Saved From Drowning. I Man'sThoughts ! vs. rubllshrd every Thiirmlyt litres, Ky. DEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Inrorporntrit) WM. C. FROST, Editor-tn-ChRUTH MtFALL. Offie. Editor FEW ' 60 I I God'sThoughts I DEANSLACLE.CIrtuIllonMntr Subscription Rates TAVAIILK One Ymr HI i Month Three Month ... IN AlIVANCH .... Ii.oo or lUptcM Monty Send money liy Order. Draft. HrgUlereit Letter, or one nd two cent timM. The tlatc sfter your nimt on Utel uliow to it la not wht ilite jour subscription l pflld. It renewal chanrnl within three weeki after notify us Miulnr numbers will tie gl'Ily supplied If we are notified Liberal term given to any who obtain new for in. Any one sending us four yenn,' subscriptions can receive The Clllien free himself for one year lor Advertising rte on application. MPMKUK OF , I A ability. brains. "Why do you advlso mo not to marry a girl younger than myself; you did It?" "I know "Well "And day before yesterday I read to her tho story of a man who died from KENTUCKY TRUSS ASSOCIATION ptomalno poisoning contracted while eating oysters " No Whiskey Advertisements! "I don't see " No Immodest News Itemsl No Reason to Work. "And yesterday sho served mo with A large, sloucby colored man went oysters for dinner." shunting down the road whistling like WHY HE FAILED AS A LEADER. a lark, eays the Washington Star. His Where Lights Are Low. His mind was nol (rained to grasp clothes were ragged and his shoes Marcella Does tho flicker of motion great subjects, to generalize, to were out at toes and heels, and he ap- pictures bother your eyes? peared to be In the depths of poverty, make combinations. Wnverly I havo novor noticed. did not for nil his mirth. Ho was not "nut you go Into a picture theater As he passed a prosperous-lookinevery day, you tell me." depend upon his own judgment; man stepped from the door-wa- y "So I do." leaned upon others; and was always houso a hailed him. and "And you havo nover noticed the opinion and seeking other people's "Hey Jim! I got a Job for you. flicker?" advice. Do you want to make a quarter?" "No; you sco I don't even see the Ho lacked courage, energy, bold-nos- s. "No, Bah," eald the ragged one. "I pictures. I go In there to tako a nap.' dono got a quarter." He was not resourceful or invenHAD HIM RIGHT. A Simple Question. tive. that hat the latest style?" asked 'Is He could nol multiply himself in Mrs. NoocaBh. others. "The dernier erl, madame," anHo did nol carry the air of a conswered the milliner. queror. He did nol radialo the pow"Well, you needn't try to avoid toller of a leader. ing a falsehood by Jabbering In a forThere was no power back of his eign language. What I want to know Is whether or not this hat Is the latest oyo to make men obey him. thing out?" He could nol handle men. "Yessum, It Is," answered the mil He antagonized people. liner, who was really born In Ko- He did nol bclicvo in himself. komo and only pretended to be French He tried to substitute "gall" for for professional reasons. "Do you approve of the steps taken to preserve Niagara Falls, and to hold off tho peoplo who would destroy their ' beauty for tho sako of tho power they . would generator' "Oh, yes, I guess bo, but thero would be a moro effective way." "How 7" "Discovery of somo practical way to harness tho power expended In gum chewing would furnish enough power to run all the mills In the country." I Substitute. fled reply. "If you wero In Capetown I'd have you discharged at once," roared the great man. "Yes," said the clerk, very coolly, "I'vo heard they dlschargo peoplo In Capetown for doing their duty. Dut this Isn't Capetown this Is a repub lic." Manchester Guardian. Suiplclout. then" if self-relia- nt, Ho did not know men. He could not use other peoplo's He could nol project himself inlo his lieutenants; ho wanted to do everything himself. Ho did nol inspire confidence in others because his faith in himself Quite Dangerous Enough. was nol strong enough. Ho communicated his doubts and his fears to others. Ho could nol cover up his weak poinls. He did nol know thai to reveal his own weakness was falal to tho confldenco of others. Selected. Stapleton That man Mlldway Is a good deal of a milksop; spends his vacations botanizing and that sort of thing. Now, I like a spice of danger In my amusement. Caldecott Well, you and your foot ball are not in It with Mlldway when It comes to danger. He discovers new varieties of mushrooms and eats them. Puck. NO REAL POET EVER DID. "Say, paw, what Is an optimist?" "He's a man who always thinks hell be ablo to pay you tomorrow." Up Against It For girls this year can go away Or quit the torrid towns. For tf they gain two ounces, say. They cannot wear their gowns. THE FARMER WHO IS SELFISH WITH HIS WIFE. "The farmer is ever ready to howl about oppression; but what would ho think if when lired out with his day's work and his own plans made, tho wife should forco him to make m or go ten miles for lemThis is just ons to mako lemon-ade- ? the sort of thing a man demands of his wife. "On Sundays ho will invito pco-p- lo homo from church with hearty-goolired will and tho women-fol- k, out with the week's work, must turn to and prcparo dainty meals, most likely for tedious and unthankful company. I have known farmers' wives to havo to work like slaves all day Sunday for twenty callers, use the last scrap of food and miss tho church servico on which they had counted. And not a visitor lifted a finger to help! Mine is an established rule: A plain substantial breakfast of fish, fried chicken, some cereal food or some-lunc- h, and at supper either leftover hits or something easily prepared. So thero is no great labor over tho noon meal, bul tho visitor ." must tako Farm and ico-croad 'pot-luck- But Hubby Pays the Bill. "I suppose," said the new saleswoman, "that you want a suit that will make you look attractive to your husband?" "Attractive to my husband I" echoed the shopper. "I should say not He wouldn't know If I wore a suit ten years old. What I want is something that will make my next door neighbor turn a pale pink green with envy." Poetic License. "Tho waters of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans don't actually mingle In the Panama canal." "Then the poetic conception of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans being wed"Why, yes, he considers himself a ded Is not strictly true?" real poet." "No." "I'm sure he Isn't." "Oh, well, I guess that's about as "Why?" close as poets ever come to a fact, "Because ho gets a regular Income anyway." from It" Fitting. A couple they, where each can fit The other's need enough; SOMEBODY TOLD HIM. For she has bought a motor car. And he knowi how to "snuff." Could Take Any Sort of Chance. He came home proudly and announced that ho had insured his lite for S20.000. "You aro so kind and thoughtful, Fireside Bulleti From Above. scientist htix driiwii attention to n fart nlxnit hitIhI wnrTiirt' tlmt nnlxHly A er say another word against your ting a motorcycle." dearest," she said, sweetly. "I'll nevget- Clothes and the Man. "The clothes do not make the man," said the ready made philosopher. "No," replied (he motorist; "and (t In BeeuiH tn liiivt' tlioiiKlit f tlmt If tin army linn itt tut iiemilniiH yet a man In a policeman's uniform overhnid It U HiiiNitltit! nt Itxelr. The does seem different, somo way," m nyt III liir U thriiwn Into tin- - ulr It down with exiictly I hi' hiiiiii' hn'iiI anil font with whlrli It went up. A bullet It'll vim I he muzzle of the rifle with treitifiiiiKiw force. A mile or tut up the fiin-Imiuiun exliiuixteil. the bullet mIiiwk. kiiik for n liniment mill then xtnrtx fnlllnc. pitlierlni: pure tlx It fnllx. till I iy the time It Inix the en rth fit I n It In trinelliitf nt octly the mime xH'eil nt which It xtnrt Weekly. up nitHiiii Ix tlmt when iHTiM'tiillciilnrly We Have Somo Friends, Too. "It looks like a long, dull winter." "To know that one doesn't owe a "What's the matter?" "Five of my friends spent the sum- dollar Is an oxqulslto feeling to have." "Who was telling you?" mer In Europe and will want to tell me all about It." How Queer Lovers Are. Tou are my all." the lover vowed A Detroit Bull. And then It Is to laugh "Did you over get an anonymous letThe girl who was his "all" he begged ter?" To b his "better half." "Oh, my yes, lots of them. Some of Why Do They Do This? them signed by tho best people In town, too." Yes, Miss Primp (who is forty-one- ) a Chance to Mlat. Too Good I was thirty only last weok. Think of Hp (ItnlletiHtitlri They rim--- , imt u Itl The Artful Widow. In n Iwti'k pew thlx ninrnlnir. Wltr. I with The Caller (aged thirty-seveMother Tom, my dear boy, how wonder? She (cnlinlyi Ther pin'mlily could you go and get engaged to that charming Insincerity) Dear met I couldn't have guessed you were more Di'tlml tliHt I wore n ilnwily but nml young widow without my consent? Tom Don't know, mother. I guess than four years my senior. I will be that I xlimiltlu't cure to have It seen. next month. I did It without my own consent, too. ( twenty-fivKirhnncp. reni-he11 e Br REV. J. It. RALSTON New York. An empty cofTln was tho means of saving tho lives of Samuel Kesster six years old, of &'J East One Hundred and Twentieth ntreet. and his rescuer, John Mornn , keeper ? "I he unrighteous TKXT I". of the Harlotn morguo, lato tAe other thoughts." afternoon, when tho boy fell Inlo tho man forak lilt Harlem river at the foot of East One This appeal seems strange, tor While the Argument Progressed 8he Hundred and Twentieth street. InSamuel, with somo of his playmates, Christianity Calmly 8old Tickets to a Score of dog, ' sists on Its rationPassengers Who Entered the 8ta was playing on tho pier with a tho '' throwing sticks Into tho water for ality, and rationtion, Keeping Nerve to End. nnlmnl to retrieve. Tho dog got tired ality Implies Chicago. For half an hour tho oth of leaping Into tho wnter after a tltno. thinking. Oo.l seized him nml tried to cr day Miss Elizabeth Llllt'y argued so Samuel says, "Come, lot throw him In Tho dog caught hold with a robber not to kill heP us reason togethWhllo the argument progressed she er, though your calmly sold tickets to a score of pa sins bo at scarlet thoy shall be as senders who entered tho East Thirty first street station of the Illinois Cen white as snow, trnl railroad. though they be red Miss I.IIlcy won tho argument the like crimson they holdup man departed without the shall be as wool." money from her cash drawer and with Jesus asked the out shooting her. question, what Tho robbor appeared at Miss Ml thlf.k ye of Christ? Thero must be ley's window and pointed a revolver nt sotBo reconciliation between this claim her. of reason nnd the text "Cemo across with that money or In the first placo wo must have In 11 shoot your head off," ho com mind tho person receiving the appeal manded. X11 Is unrighteous. He may be "Please don't shoot mo," pleaded with tho wicked man referred Miss Lllley. to In the same verso, but the matter "W?11, give mo tho money, then " of his unrighteousness, or unrcgen-erafenrs- s Two men came Into tho station at Is the thing now to be held this point and bought tickets, tho In nlnd. Then wo must consider the weapon after tobber concealing his sphfro of thought The man Is not whispering to Miss Lllley that ho asked to forsake nil his thinking, for would kill her If she signaled to tho In somo things his thoughts are cornatrons that her life was In dancer rect. Indeed, moro correct than those "Now' como across!" tho man de of the righteous man. Those things manded when tho const was clear belong to the unregenerate state and Miss Lllley tossed him J2.25 In stiver he thinks rightly on them. Ministers He threw It on tho floor In disgust and sometimes preach to their congregaflourished his revolver menacingly. tions on subjects that are not spirit "Give mo those bills. I know you I ual, and many that are In the paws havo got a lot of thorn. Hurry or I'll ' know far more about tho subject than After a Struggle, Moran Was Able to shoot you. I mean what I say." the preacher, and often smile, at his Reach the Coffin. "If you shoot mo you will hang for Ignornnco. The unrighteous man It," the young woman argued. "You of the lad's cont nnd hung on for dear thinks nuttn nrnnnrlv nn flnnnrn. mm- can't havo tho money. It doesn't be life. tner co and politics, but when It comos long to me." In tho struggle to releaso himself to spiritual things he Is out of his nrgument proceeded, tho rob from tbo dog's grip Samuel and dog realm. Here the person who may be So the ber becoming more and moro enrag- both tumbled Into the water. The dog of 'very limited Intellectual attained and tho young woman moro and released tils hold and swam ashore, ments may bo his Instructor. Tho Afmoro Insistent. Severn! tlmeB they but Samuel, being unable to swim, whs rican or Korean may know far more wero Interrupted by patrons entering cnrrled by of spiritual things, because born again, the swift current down and buying tickets. Thus Ono Hundred nnd Nineteenth than the educated Kuropean. "You can't have tbo money and if street. I we And that the appeal Is to the unyou shoot me you will be caught, for Attracted by tho other boys' shouts righteous person, and the sphore of thero aro hundreds of people around for help, Moran, who wns standing on thought Is the spiritual. Here la Lllley Anally said. The tho morgua pier, between here." Miss Ono Hun- where tho unrighteous man Is asked robber, convinced, pocketed his p-- dred and Twentieth nnd One Hundred not to think. And why? and Nineteenth streets, dived Into The words of the lord, "My thoughts tho river and swam after the lad. On aro not your thoughts' Imply that account of tho strong current at this there Is some unfavorable comparison point of tho Harlem river Moran did between the thoughts of the lord and not overtake him until near Ono Hun- those of unregenerate man. Cod's dred and Nineteenth street He sot thoughts are certainly always right Sumucl to put his arms around his If this bo true, man's thoughts are neck, and started to swim back. certainly wrong. When man stands Caught In a swirl of cross currents naked before God this fact will be as thoy approached tho morgue pier, demonstrated to the confusion of mulrescuer nnd rescued came near being titudes. carried beyond aid, when some work- I We may also say tbo unrighteous men at tho morguo slid an empty cof- man should forsake his thoughts befin, such as are In use at the morgue. cause they have been shown to bo Into the water. After a hard struggle usually wrong. That man has some Moran was ablo to reach it and held quite correct thoughts In the spiritual I sphcro may be conceded, on until a lino wns thrown him. or responsiDr. Kahn of Harlem hospital pump- bility would be lessened, but tbo law ed tho water out of Samuel's lungs. of his thinking It wrong. Habitually While ho was working ovor the lad, his thoughts are wrong. A compariSamuel suddenly got free and ran son of man's thoughts and those of home, with the physician and Moran the lord as given In the Illble clearly after him. He was caught In tbo demonstrates this. When Jesus was of his homo and found to be on earth he said to the Pharisees that all right. they thought In their prayers they I should bo heard for their much speakCAT ENDS HAWK'S FORAYS ing, that la, a prayer 20 minutes long was twice as good as one ten minutes long. Tho Illblo declares that Pounces on the Big Bird and Sticks men thought Cod to bo as ono of as Passenger on Last themselves. Simon Magus thought Flight that the gift of tho holy spirit could be had for money, and tho apostle pro"Now, Come Across!" Plalnfleld, Conn. John Walker, a nounced a fearful farmer near here, has been bothered has successors In curse on him. Ho volver and walked out As soon as he these days. Naaman by hawks, which havo was gone Miss Lllloy called up tho for months swooped down and robbed him of poul furnishes us an Illustration of how police, but by tho tlmo they arrived try. Complicated traps and ponderous men think as to tho conditions of retho disappointed holdup man bad disHo thought that the scarecrows had no effect upon the demption. appeared. bold hawks, which oven pulled th- - prophet Kllslia would come out and "1 don't know how I managed to call on bis God and past his hand derby hat off one particularly ferocious keep from screaming," Miss Lllloy said dummy. Tho other day, however, tho over the place of the leprosy but 5021 Lako Park later at her homo at cloud of gloom that has enveloped the nothing of tho kind. He was simply I bad to keep my avenuo. "I Just know Instructed by the prophet who did not Walker hen yard woo lifted when norve, I guess." tho family cat, captured ono seem overwhelmed with the great of the blggtwt hawks ever seen In this Syrian's magnificence, to dtp seven In RATS HOLD SWAY ON ISLAND section. It mcasurod four feet six times be the Jordan, and his flesh should as that of a little child. Inches. Whllo Mr. Walker and his family How squarely aro man's thoughts on Entire Population la Threatened With wore at breakfast they heard a com' redemption opposed to Ood's simple Extermination Rodents Even motion In tho hen yard. Members of requirement to repent and believe! Attack Cattle. Again, as long as man Is unregenthe family hurried out and saw the cat erate he has a principle In him that of volplaning to earth on tho back of tho Toklo. Tho entire population vitiates all right on tbo small Island of Nakaslilma of the hawk. Tho bird had attempted to fly, subjects. Here thinking be spiritual It may said sin Islands group In southern Japan but found McKlnley too heavy a pasTen lleth at tho door. Tho has been threatened with extermina- senger. A shotgun ended the hawk's be pure If the fountain stream cannot Is foul. Oaa career. Tho cut received a tion by a veritable plague of rats, of the tests of a man's regenerate meul. Nakaslilma U Inhabited by a dozen state Is his changed thinking on spiritfamilies, all engaged In agriculture ual subjects. He sees things differHunters Kill 10.013 Rats. The rodents Increased there at such Findlay, O. In nil organized hunt, ently, a new world has been opened an enormous rate that they absolutely to him. took posuesslon of the Island, ravag- lasting six weeks, 10,013 ruts wero killAnother reason for forsaking his ing the farms and devastating the ed In Amlnda township, a district near thoughts Is that be Is wasting time la crops, and actually attacking cattle here. In tho hunt, during which doing that which has already been corner of tho township was and other llvo stock. two sides of COO men and boys done, even conceding that he thinks The Inhabitants killed or captured may ask In wonder, am G.000 of them, but not before they had opposed each other. The end of the rightly. One lost all their provisions. Tho authori- slaughter was celebrated with a ban- I not to think this religious problem out for myself? No. It has already ties were forced to save them from quet. been thought out, and the record Is la starvation. Mcantlmo a campaign waB the Illblo. Borne one may say this InDetloffs Busy Day. organized from without to exterminate thinking, and Chicago. Joseph Dctloff took homo timates ready-madthe rodents. This wus a difficult matthings are to be suspectter, as they had burrowed retreats In a copy of "September Morn" when ready-madhis wife got through with him, sho ed. We do not suspect a suit of all parts of tho Island. turned him over to tho police and he clothes ready to be put on tf purchased at a reputable store, nor a was fined ft for disorderly conduct Overdose of Peanuts Fatal. piece of furniture, nor prepared foods. Oreene, Me. William Pbllbrooke, a Thts Is an age of ready-mad- e things, Chambermaids Strike. farmer and prominent citizen of this Day City, Mich. Refused an In- and If we hsve the guaranty that the town, dropped dead on a street in Lew Is reliable we may be content laton, from acute Indigestion brought crease in wages, chambermaids la the maker Ood has thought all these things out on by eating peanuts while attending largest hotel here went on strlko. No man could have done It ter dismantling all the guests' beds. a football gamo. jygyi 1 d I ves-tlbul- o I three-cours- o ev-cr- y e e Janunry I, 101 i. fHR riTlZKN. FARMER'S HEN HOUSE One Illustrated Used for With Much Success. Pag Thf . MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank 8. Montgomery, Instructor In Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigates CARE OF STOCK VALUE OF MANURE Have nil your livestock sufllcioijt The Largest Water Wheel MliTOlONAL11 Years abed room to comfortably bouse Have llinm Ibis stormy weather? you bulll that sliutl of poles covered wllb corn fodder described In Uicso columns Ibree weeks ago? Open ahcils arc suflleieitl sheller for sheep and for calllo tbal arc being fattened, bill tbn calves, milk cows, and bogs need more than simply a wind break and roof In keep off rain and snow for profitable management. Value of Shelter. Careful investigations liavo been made on llm value of sbeller, and I (junto tbn account of one experiment from Prof. Henry's book on "Feeds and Feeding": "A I the Indiana Station, IMunib tested Hie value of shelter with six grade rows divided into I wo lots of three, each, the lots being as nearly equal in all respects as possible. One lot was boused in the stable except on pleasant days, when an hour's exercises was allowed. On disagreeable days I bey were turned out lo drink and immediately returned to their stalls. Tim lot subjected to exposure was turned into the yard al H;00 a.m. regardless of the weather ami relumed to the liarn at 1:00 p.m. In a protected corner of the barnyard was an open shed furnishing shelfeed ter, and under this the mid-da- y of bay was given. Kvidently the cows most exposed were even then un der more comfortable conditions than are cows on many dairy farms nt the north during winter. W days, during The trial which time the exposed cows ate 512 pounds less bay, but 388 pounds more corn meal and IM8 pounds more bran than the housed Int. Du nlin the extra feed they shrank 33 pounds in weight while Hie shelter ed lot gained 2 a pounds and gave 101 pounds more milk. Plumli. suuimarmug the result. gives Hie following lluancial state menl: Saving in cost of feed eat- 23 ,.n Value of extra milk, 101 lb la-l- ... . ... I mem ciiruiui-- i Keeping II picmcius II) 1. ly housed. Saving the Manure Another important factor that we must consider right here is I lie sav ing of manure. Wo all have heard and some aro beginning lo acl as I bough Ibey believed that commer cial fertilizer alono will ruin our land. We aro beginning lo under stand thai when wn raise a 30 bushel crop of corn on a field and haul it all off wo are Inking nl least $15.00 worth of fertility at commercial fertilizer prices from every acre of Ibe Hold and we buy say ?2.f0 worth of fertilizer per aero lo make the crop. If you save all the manure carefully you can return about 75 per cent lo 80 per cent of the crop value lo the field. Suppose you save 80 per cent of lln $15.00 which is $12.00. Add your $2.50 for fertilizer to Ibis and you have only $1 1.50 $.50 gone Do you see bow important il is to save manure carefully if you wnnt to maintain your fertility. A few weeks ago an article In these columns gave the value of manure from a 1,000 pound cow as $2!L27 per year. A good barn will ejiable you lo save nl the very least $10 of this value that would otherwise be a lolal loss In you. So go back lo our figures on saving of feed and milk by shelter and add up and you will see il would pay you to put $200 into n barn for one cow, and il would pay you to put $1,200 into a barn for three cows and nn eipial value of young stock and 1 StlNMfSQM Lesson (fly K. O. BELI.KnB, Director of Rrenlntj atooay HiDie instltuu, urpanmeni, Chicago.) About Building Will Aeeommedata 140 Hens and la Really Built In Covered Sections With Roofing Paper. accompanylug Tho Illustrations show a practical fanner's hen house which has been In use with good success for two or three years, writes R. It. Slocum of New York In tho NaTho tions! Stockman and Farmer. house Is 12 feet by 48 feet and will It Is accommodate about 140 bens. really built In sections, or at iu LESSON FOR JANUARY 4 10:11-- BjjBBBB8BBsl Bsssssssssssswsi bbsssB JESU8 AND THE CHILDREN. humility, to serve one another; for Ood icmiiewi ins proua, dui givem grace 10 the humble." I Pet tZ. nm.nitM LESSON TEXT Murk Ti'TTnii ah..... t:30-4- ,.k least the arrangement Is repeated in each 12 feet, that Is to say each 12 feet has a window and an opening In the front. Tho enttro framework Is of 2x4 stuff except the front and back sills, which aro composed of two 2x pieces laid one on top of the other. Each end floor Joist Is two 2x4 pieces laid one on top of tbo other. The joists are 20 Inches apart from center. Tbo raft- - " ilSL mi 'tB SkiBBBBBHBSBTBIB Section of Front of Farmer's Poultry House. A Screened Open Front. D. Opening for Hens. era are 30 Inches apart. The whole building should bo set about 18 Inches from the ground on 10 cement or wooden supports. The walls and floor and' hard are mado of pine matched stuff. The root Is 12- Inch boards planed on the outside surfaces but unmatched. They aro covered with a prepared roofing paper which Is carried down the back of the house. Tho window Is made of two ordl nary window sash nailed together by means of strips along the sides. Tho storm sash thus mado In hinged at tho side and opens like a door. It Is a great convenience when cleaning the house. The openings In tho front of tho bouso are covered on the out sldo with lino mesh wire netting. On the Inside each Is fitted with a mus frame hinged so that It can bo made to close the opening at will Tho opening Is not closed except on cold nights and especially stormy days. A dropping board three feet wide runs along the back of the house, two feet six Inches from the floor for Its entlro length. Three feet of tho drop ping board In each 12 feet is taken up by a coop for confining broody .hens, In the front and back walls of each 12 feet are openings a foot square and G Inches from the floor to let the hens go In and out. The nests are placed it I'll I ISB ' bogs. Perhaps you doubl Ibis. I do not We now return to the New Testa finish those studies on tho life of Christ which were followed during tho year 1912. Almost as though it were an answer to tho question, "who aro for him, and who aro against him?" that was asked In tho last lesson for that year, we have presented for our study today, the relations of Jesus with children. In his teachings about children, as about so many other things, Jesus stands unique among all religious teachers. Tho events of this lesson occurred during tho summer of A. D. 29, during the time of his Percan ministry, which extended from his final departure from Galilee until his triumphal entry Into Jerusalem. Lust for Power. A Wayside Dispute, vv. As though by way of contrast, the lesson t committee has given us this as to tbo effect, up to this time, upon tho hearts of the disciples of those great truths Jesus had been teaching them, about tho method whereby he was to establish his kingdom. The disciples lusted for power, a wrangling which hod not yet ceased. Jesus wait- - ment and during this year 30-3- slde-llgh- ay you iniis-- l put this much money into barns, buL I do say you can make money tit it. But I will say Hint with $800 to $1,200 and pay yourself liberally out of il for the work you yourself do, you can build a good bank barn after the Pennsylvania Dutch style thai will scarcely freeze In Ibe lower stables during zero weather, anil build it large enough lo shelter half n dozen cows comfortably and all your other stock as well, besides till your machinery, grain, hay, etc. If you arc interested come and see me or write 2.79 me about it. Did you notice that big turkey Value of 231 pounds gain al in Karly's store ami wib-bon- e W.' 2Xh', per pound . window for several days afler Christmas with this legend: "I did. Amount saved by shelterDec. 25, 1913?" Did you ing three cows 18 days.. 91: If you watch your business on Amount saved by sheltering 1.20 Hie farm as rloely as Mrs. Early line cow 18 days il will These llgurcs should set every walcbes hers in the If you have be much easier for you to have a to thinking. fanner onlv one cow and no pigs or calves Hue turkey every Thanksgiving ami Hie $10 you could save by good sbel-- 1 every Christmas than Tor the iner-twould pay 10 per cent interest chants. And the mot urgent place good business tin $100 put into a good warm stable, to begin to practice If you have throe cows and an dpi- - methods on the farm is lo build nl vnlin. of voting cattle and hogs, good barns and other .shelter for all Hie $4V saved would pay 10 per cent the lock and save every bit of the interest on a .000 barn. And we are manure by keeping it under cover not now counting the saving to feed I until spread over Ibe Held where slulTs. bay, fotbler. etc.. and to im- - needed. leg-bo- ne er -I Hams, In northern Syria, Is Justly famous for Its huge water wheels. The city lies some 110 miles northeast of Damascus on the River Orontes, and upon Its banks are four huge water wheels used for drawing up the water for Irrigation purposes and also for supplying the town. The wheels are driven by the flow of the river on what Is known as the undershot principle; that Is to say, the wheel Is moved by water passing beneath It. The largest that shown In the Illustration has a diameter of 75 feet. (The great Laxey wheel, which drains the Manx lead mines, Is 72Va feet In diameter.) Around the outer rim of this Syrian wheel are the buckets which raise the water to be deposited In the aqueduct at the top. It Is undoubtedly the largest water-lifting wheel In existence and. like the others, Is built of wood with an axle of Iron. In winter and during early spring the flow of the stream Is partially blocked to reduce the rapidity of the revolutions, but on no account are the wheels ever actually stopped. Their creaking Is Incessant, day and night, year In, year out. Pangolin From West Africa MfcsK. id until they had arrived at Caper-laum- , and ther heat had cooled somewhat before taking any notice of the ilspute. In response to his questlon- ng they held their peaco, for, after reflection, they were ashamed of what lad taken place, v. 34. Jesus then p re lented to them a concrete examplo of what Is to be required of all of those who shall seek to enter Into this new itngdom. That was a more pertinent luestlon than tbo one they had just tella icon discussing. (Luke 18:16-17- ) is that these disciples desired to send .he children away, hence the words, Suffer them to come." Ever after, when this mean, low, ambition to be 'the greatest" came up, there must lave arisen before them, In memory. his picture. Ills appeal to children neets a well nigh universal response n the hearts of men. Tho fact that .he child was so near at haud Is sug gestive of the attractiveness of Jesus, rhe disciples were seemingly afraid f him (v. 32), not so, however, the ihlld. For us to receive one who per- 'ectly trusts blm Is to receive Jesua llmself, and to receive Jesus Is to re vive the Father, for he came as the epresentatlve of the Father, the full To en-evclatlon of God, Col. 2:9. tbo kingdom Is of course prel I Binary to any question of precedence, n that kingdom. Jesus taught these' lisclples that as a little child 18 eachabte (Matt. 18:3), so must ell be vho are to follow him. Thus Jesus contrasts the spirit of lumlllty with that of pride which they lad just shown. The lower we put mrselves the higher God will exalt us, Phil. 2:6-1Jesus rebuked bis disci-lie- s er il FORMER GOVERNOR R. B. GLENN'S REASON FOR End Elevation. JJ BBBrRBBBBBv teek the place of authority and io ruled. and taught them that rather than leader-ihl- TOTAL ABSTINENCE my younger days I used to use a little wine for my stomach's sake, but can say to you now that not one drop shall ever pass my lips. I can gire you the reason for the faith that is in mc. I have seen strong and brave and good men laid low by' this terrible t t me .1 acmon. rmnc -names oi seven oi my young menus irom it.- - uavs oi nijr i vouth come flittini; before my memory men some of them whose shoes I was unworthy to unloose. Where are these men today? Three of them nro in their graves, two arc in insane asylums, two aro a disgrace to their state all laid low by this demon. I have seen young men go out as men of promise only to bo ruined by this monster. I havo seen young women go out with elasticity in their IM i against the back wall over the drop ping boards. They could be placed under tho dropping boards by raising tbo latter. Ordinary galvanized pails are used for the drinking water and home-madhoppers for tho ground e they ought to take the place of i child, that they may be taught and 38-4- feed. 1 steps, roses upon their cheeks and sweet smiles upon their lips. Later 1 havo seen theso sanio .ffaBMBIHBBBBfli women watching and listening and praying, yet dreading to hear the return of a husband's foot steps, not knowing whether ho would come drunk or sober. 1 have seen the hat taken off the head, GOYERNOB OLKHJC I havo seen the clothes taken off the back, I have seen the shoes taken off the feet of little boys and girls of my state- .Itobcrt B. Glenn of North Carolina. As stated before, this bouse has been very successful despite the fact that Leghorns are kept In It and tbo winters slnco It was built have been ANIMAL severe. Muslin curtains aro arranged HOG IS ECONOMICAL so that they can be dropped down in front of tho roosts on very cold nights. Fifty-Tw- o Per Cent, of Food Eaten by Pig Goes to Make Growth FigThis houso was built for less than $150 Including tho cost of some hired laures Obtained by Experts. bor. The American hog Is tho most economical of onlmals. Of what a horse Small Stock Fattening. Forty-fou- r That chickens Intended for market eats 62 per cent, goes to waste. per cent, of the food consumed should bo divided Into small flocks per and should be fed heavily on fatten by cattle Is similarly lost, and 32 tng feeds while giving them range In cent, of all that shwp take Into their a small grass enclosure is the belief stomachs. Only 12 per cent, of what Fifty-twper of Prof. James Q. Ilalpln of the Col a pig eats Is wasted. lego of Agriculture of the University of Wisconsin. It has been found that A specimen of the remarkable pangolin, the first of Its kind to be seen In England since 1877, has Just arrived at the Zoo. A native of West Africa, In a wild state the animal feeds entirely upon ants, but during its Journey to London It partook of chopped goat'n flesh and condensed milk. From head to tall It Is covered with scaly armour. Its weight, and tno animal weighs more In proportion to the amount of fnod It consumes. SENSIBLE WAY By OF DRINKING OR. HARVEY IS ABSTINENCE W. WILEY. TIIE only sensible way of drinking intoxicating We is by the rule of total abstinence. not forget that alcohol is a habit forming drug, and the strongest men both in mentality and In will power may gradually become victims of a habit deadly to their career, humiliating to their friends and fatal to their usefulness. While I have not been an advocate of prohibition, I am an No one needs a law advocate of total abstinence. to permit him to refrain from drinking. I think the saloons are the curse of this country, UtU In l,oi- - nfTt w.. mnnhnnil and' their dreadful . V . nn lUIII II. ..W. ofTant nn nnlitiVa and Witdntion. It WBS the BUUl- terated whisky interests which kept back the pas- age of the food and drug act for many years. W - as a rule the averago farmer pays lit tle or no attention to the fattening of his market fowls, taking thorn to mar ket directly from the range. A mixture of four parts of ground corn and one port of wheat bran mix' ed with enough Bour skim milk to make It crumbly moist Is the ration according to Professor Ilalpln, who recommends that they be fed only such quantities of feed as they will clean up in twenty minutes. Rys a Poor Ration. Ilye Is tho poorest of poultry grains, Corn and buckwheat should be fed H&s&LIbbbi Excellent Hog Cot sparingly, as they are very fattening. Wheat leads as a well balanced food, and barley Is a close second. Feed Ing too much buckwheat has a ten dency to produce a white akin and light colored yolks In eggs. Corrects Bowel Trouble. drops of spirits of camphor In the drinking water will often cor rect slight bowel trouble In old and rvung birds. A few cent, of the food eaten by a hog goes to mako growth. A sbeep utilizes only 20 per cent, of Its sustenance for growing, which means, of course, the production of meat. These figures aro obtained from recent experlementn made by government experts, who And, as a result of their study, that the pig has what they call an "economic superiority" even over poultry. That Is to say, It produces more meat In proportion to American a byAssociation oa. wiutr. Elchtv-fou- r oer cent, of the carcass of a hog Is utilized as meat; of the III. Angels In Disguise, 10:13-16- . heef animal. 75 ner cent. Is edible, and of tho shefcn only Gt tier cent Thus This attttudo of Jesus towards those It appears that a greater percentage children about him (9:36) led others of pig Is available for food man or to bring their children to him, aad among these wero tho babies, Luke any other domesticated creature. 18:15. Try and picture the scene aa Jesus extended his bands In blessed Dilrv Cleanliness. blessing Absolute cleanliness Is tho first benediction. Wbat effect this we ronnUlin in maklnc sood butter: sanl may have had upon a baby's heart but we can Imagine tary surroundings come next and right are not told, responsibility for Christomperature, with attention to details that a sense of must have remained with In tho caro of cream, third. We make tian nurture parents, Eph. 6:4. Those in 20 to 25 pounds each week, wrap It In these of these children have set ua nnrrhment naner and sell' direct to the charge example in bringing them thus to keep a uniform a good consumer. In order to Jesus. To allow children to color we use one to four drops or vege-tM- early bernlnrlne to tho nound. tho reach the "years of undertandlng" life, teaching them the way of amount depending upon the time of fore unreasonable aa Is neglect teachIs aa year. ing children the hablta of physical cleanliness, until they are old enough Salt Cows Often. to understand sanitation, hygiene, er how A subscrlbor wants to know the laws of medical science. often cows should be given salt, and If As we look back over theso incifeeding It too frequently nas detrimen- dents we are Impressed by the fact tal effect upon the butter. Cows should that those who engage in such a silly, bo salted at least once a week. The nay, even wicked a discussion as to best plan Is to have salt under cover tbo matter of whether whnrn lha rows can RO to It at will. It be that they had a spiritual or temHock salt of course. Is best for this poral Idea of that kingdom stood purpose. dumb before him when called upon to justify themselves. Those who fain Feedlna Counts. would send the children away are reit ! tho full fovdliiK on good, sound buked, and It is revealed to them that food that makes tho paying differ these stool nearer to the Christ than ence between tbo plump, well ream-eredid the disciples themselves. Even chickens that command the best those not socially nor personally attractive may be received "In mj prices and the lean, specimens that are too often a drug name," I e., for his sake. rt e The ;i. Authority Denied, vv. iplrlt manifested by these disciples tv. 38) Is far from .having been removed from the earth after all of these ears. The ability U cast out devils .n the name of Jesus was evidence) mough In hli. mind that such persona were for, and not against, him, vv. 39, 10. It is not, however, the ability to :ast out tho devils, but rather the ract that a service had been performed "In his name," which bulked large In his mind. Such la the service that tiaa its reward, v. 41 and Matt 12:30. Set Good Example. oa the market Par Fonr COLLEIE ITEMS G. January W. Hook, Springdale, Ky.; Prof. S. C. Mnson, now In Egypt In tho Interest of tho U. S. Hurenu of Agri- I, 1011. LOCAL PAGE NEWS a jj c OF 1HRHA AND VIONITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 9 DR. BEST, DENTIST omr rnoHi tss Oflce oxer Beret Bank & Trust Co Mr. I). N. Click has jusl returned from a plcnsnnl Christmas visit with friends and relatives at Waynesboro and Stanford. WEDDIN0S. Miss Marv Emma Omr nml Mr. Harvey James wore married at tho DAN H. BRICK homo of Mr. Kgbort Ogg on ChristFire, Lkk, AcdJwt, mi Lite Stock mas day. Rev. Howard Hudson officiated. INSURANCE Tho marriage of Miss Bessio Will alf n row bond. and Mr. Robert Abney ocRiclNMxri, Ky. SOS curred Wednesday evening at Iho urtucs 1101110. Tho ceremony was L. & N. TIME TAILE performed by nov. English. North Bound, Local MRS. BAKER DIES. KnoxvilU 7:00 a. ra 10:55 p. m. Mrs. Jennie Baker who formerly 1:07 p. ra. 3:62 a. m. BEREA 6:30 p. m. 7:45 a. m. lived in Berea, died Wodnesday Cincinnati morning at tho homo of her daughSonth Bound, Local 8:15 p.m. ter in Gallipolis, O. Tho remains 6:30 a.m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. will bo sent to Paint Lick, Mrs. BEREA 6:50 a.m. Baker's old home, where a sorvico 7:00 p.m. Knoxville will bo conducted, and will then bo Exp rets Train No. 33 will atop to take on passen- brought to Berea for burial on Fri gers for Knoxville and points beyond. day. During Mrs. Baker's lifo in Be South Bound rea she was earnestly interested in Cincinnati 8:00 a. m. 11:55 a. m. tho religious activities of tho town BEREA No. 32 will stop at Berea to take and in all movements for the bet on passengers for Cincinnati, 0., and tcrment of tho community. points beyond. SALE. North Bound Having sold my farm I will now 4:45 p. m. BERG A offer at privalo salo all my stock Cincinnati 8:60 p. m. and farming implements, including 0. W. Johnston and family wero I brood mares. 2 colts. 2 thorough happily surprised on Christmas day, bred jersey cows, 3 calves and Co by the arrival of an only brother, head or hogs. (ad) John W. Welch. W. II. Johnston, from Roscoo, South Dakota. COMING EVENTS. Miss Lcla Baker of Lexington is SUNDAY, JAN. 4th, Sermon by Pres. making an extended visit with her Frost, 7:30 p.m. United Chapel. brother, J. L. Baker and family. THURSDAY, JAN. 8th, 9:30 a.m. Tho Misses Margaret and Sarah United Chapel, Lecture, Prof. Baker and brother, Willie, wero visRumold. granditing last week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam, Isaacs of SUNDAY, JAN. ltlli, 7:30 p.m. Foreign Missionary Rally; Reports Valley View, Ky. from Kansas City Delegates. Mrs. Walter Ellis of Dallas, Tex., spending tho Christmas MONDAY, JAN 12th, 7:30 p.m. Ly has been ccum Number, Montaville Flow holidays with relatives in town. ers. Tho Misses Lowcns entertained on Christmas day Miss Gertrude Todd OR CORNELIUS. and brother Claude of Kingston and Dr. Cornelius is moving to FlemMr. Oscar Harrison of Whites Sta ing, Ky., where ho will occupy an tion. important position under tho new Miss Dovio Mullins or Holder, 111., mining company operating there. fs visiting her parents and many His removal takes from Berea one friends near Berea for a few weeks of its leading and most highly hon Mrs. C. I. Ogg, who was taken to ored citizens, a physician in whom U10 Collcgo Hospital two weeks ago multitudes trusted in their time of with a sovero cold, is very low. need, and an active and loved mem Mr. Jas. C. Bowman returned on ber of tho Union church. Tho Doc the early train Tuesday with moro Mr. Ben II. Gabbard, representative of tho Vick Chemical Co., of lor practically began his practice In than eighty students rrom TenGrconboro, N. C, has been spending Berea more than twenty years ago, nessee, Virginia and North Carolina. his vacation with his parents near and has added to great natural gifts More than thirty or theso were now as a healer a world or practical and students. Berea and at Boone Tavern. Mr. C II. Porter and daughter, succcssrul experience. Mr. Glenn N. Porter or tho class of Mrs. Cornelius was rormcrly a 1012 has returned lo Berea and will Mary, of Cincinnati, O., aro visiting for several days with Mrs. Porter, teacher in tho Institution and her teach one division of the 8th grade who is hore with her. children who departure will bo regretted by all. this winter. Miss Grace Cornelius has been one are in school. Mr. D. Walter Morton left Tues or our best singers and rendered day for Madison, Wis, whero he Mrs. C. C. Ilhodus of Pinovillo was or tho solo parts or the Mes has a fine position in tho University fn Berea Sunday and Monday of some this week to see her son who is in siah last Christmas. Certainly our of Wisconsin. good wishes go with theso rriends, Mr. Arvid Siler or tho University (ho hospital with typhoid fever. and wo reel that Berea is making a or Tennessee, a former Berea stu Mr. Jas P. Faulkner who now has great contribution to the develop dent, is visiting iriends in town. Mr. chargo of tho Health Exhibit car of ment or Eastern Kentucky. Siler is taking courses preparatory Stalo spent tho latter part of the last week with his litllo daughter, A VISIT TO LINCOLN INSTITUTE. to becoming a mining engineer. Maureen, and his many friends in Miss Bowersox and Miss Welsh I Christmas at Ladies' Hall. Berea. report a very pleasant visit at LinMr. Elijah Ilolliday of Hazard, U. coln Institute They wero there There wero many merry Christmas 8. Deputy marshal), visited in Bo-r- from Thursday until Monday, Dec. gatherings all over town on Christ for a few days with his brother, 2, and wero delightfully enter mas day, but none merrier than that Judge Ilolliday, during the Christ- tained by Dr. and Mrs. Thomson in at Ladies' Hall Christmas night. mas holidays. The girls or tho Y. W. C. A. had de their beautiful and commodious Dr. George Portor met Mrs. Por- home, and by Mrs. Ellis at Eckstein corated a largo Christmas tree and hung it with gifts sent by friends, ter and children in Cincinnati, Mon- Norton Hall. . day. Mrs. Porter has been visiting They wero pleased with every one for every dormitory girl. At half with hor parents in Iowa for soveral thing thoy say with tho fine sub pasl seven all assembled, the candles wooka, stantial buildings set in a crescent were lighted, and a short program Miss Lou Phillips of Wildio vis- at tho top of a gently sloping hill, consisting or prayer and song was ited with friends in Borca for a few tho workers' homes at either end; given. Then Santa Claus (Alico body Donegan) distributed tho gills in days during the holidays. with tho earnest, Games Mr. Joe Johnson, a prosperous of students; with tho dignified man his most happy manner. ner in which everything is being and folk dances finished out tho farmer near Berea, moved into tho evening and gave tho only ChristDr. Cornelius properly on Center dnno. Thoy attended prayer-me- et ing and Sunday services and were mas touch which some or the girls St., Wednesday of this wcok. had. For sale a good davenport, if in- charmed with the work already dono in training the sludonls to terested call at the homo of F. C. sing Christmas Greetings. tho negro melodies. Maupin, Cenlor 81. Dr. Thomson is indefatigable. In Christmas greetings have been Maupin. Lillian (ad) addilfon to his duties as Principal received from a groat many former ho conducts all religious services Berea students and Iriends. Among with tho exception of tho Y. M. and others, wo mention Prof, and Mrs. Y. W. meetings, and teaches a E. Albert Cook, 4210 Dorchester St. Sunday School class. W Montreal; Louiso Froy, Zurich, Tho impression which all visitors Switzerland; and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. must gel is that of a well organized Marlelt, Lima, 0., Miss Carroll Hill, in Woodstock, III.; Miss A. S. Morrow, school, sanilary and all its appointments, and best of all San Jose, Cal.; Dr. and Mrs. E. A. developing christian men and wo- Thomson, Lincoln Institute; Mr. and men for future citizenship. Mrs. Andrew Ross, Lelpsin, 0.; Mr. ler ot-flc- Gifts Appreciated. The Kansas City Convention of Berea desires to express its warmest appreciation lo the many friends who have by their kindly donations mndo il possible for Borea's full delegation of twelve to attend the International Quadrennial Student Volunteer Convention at Kansas City. Among those who helped in tho enterprise nro: Berea College, $35; J. R. Rogers, Brooklyn, $37; Rev. W. K. Barton, $10; Jules Fnlk, 85; Bruce Barton, $3; Alfred Meese, $5; E. II. Embrce, Yale University $2.25. In the town or Berea: J. W. Hcrn-do- n, $2; J. II. Richardson, $2; D. N. Welch, $2; John Welch, $2; Chns. nurdelle, 32; Joe W. Stephens, $2; Dr. Best. $2; R. II. Cliristnnn, 92; Edgar Moore, $2; Dr. Roberts, $2; Tho Vocational chapel tor the Tom Adams, $2; Pres. Frost, 92; winter term will be in tho Indus- John Dean, $1; Mayor Gay, 91; Dr. trial Building in tho epaco rormorly Davis, 91. Judge Ilolliday, Mr. Hardin Long occupied by tho laundry. Com-mlllco Mr. A. A. Sledham or Ovcnrork, Letcher County, a former Borea student, has been lilting himself for a business position for tho expanding work of his county, and sends cordial greetings to old rriends In Berea. Tho Citizen Is In receipt or a letter rrom Mr. A. M. Clark, rormorly a Berea student, who is now cashier or The Peoples Bank at Harlan, Ky in which ho says that ho could not gel along without Tho Citizen, as it keeps him in touch with many or the best things in lire. Mrs. K. U. Putnam, long a Berea worker, will bo a visitor at tho President's houso next wcok. Mr. Robert Flynn is in town, bringing a sislor rrom Wagcrsville, Estill County, to enter tho Normal Department. The Commercial Department fs rejoicing in splendid new quarters in tho Industrial Building. Tho Secretary's ofllco is moved rrom the Library to No. 12 Lincoln Hall, whero it is moro conveniently o. associated with tho Registrar's culture; Mr. Luther Brown, Veigh, Mc- Ky.; Mr. S. W. Orathwchl, Prohibition speaker for Oregon, 411 Walker Building, Portland, Oregon"; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Barton, Now York City. Watch this Space for BARGAINS J. B. MAIN ST. RICHARDSON BEREA, KY. STOVES Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Steves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Wo join with Tho Citizen in wishing tho young couple many happy years to come. Mr. Burt Johnson and Jno. Evans returned Saturday to spend the boll-dawith home rolks. They have been employed as farm overseers for tho past two years in Minnesota and Illinois. Mr. James Galloway has moved lo the Mat Bellow farm. Little Joe Johnson was in Lexington last week selling turkeys and attending to other business. Mr. Ollio Terrill is spending Christmas in Indianapolis, Itul. Miss Lucy Barrett and Mr. Grov-e- r Gabbard wero married one day last week. Miss Lceana Mitchell who is employed as a nurse in Richmond spent the past week with her mother, Mrs. M. Mitchell. The Misses Annie Roberts and Alberta Nor well arc spending tho holidays in Lexington. with all who know her. ys Miss Ouey Todd, who has had tho mumps, is able to bo out again. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Hroughton and children of Rirlimond spent Christmas with Mrs. Hroughlon's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Jim Powell of this plare. Our school closed Wednesday, Doe. 21th, with a Christmas Ireo. A very largo crowd was present. Mr. Jesse Simpson, who has been in Illinois for some time, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simpson, or this place. Mrs. John Fortune and children left last week ror Illinois whero they will make their homo ror a while. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Moherly or Ohio aro visiting home folks at Panola. Mr. Marshall Alford attended tho Christmas tree at Dreyfus Dec. 2Uh. The Mimes Fannio Crow anil Nan nie Owens at Panola attended tho last day of school al Crooksvlllo. I and Mr. Clevo W00U gave very valuable assistance at the concert given lor the benefit of the delegation. The donation from the faculty amounting to 923 was likewiso ap- preciated. Tho delegates aro going in tho spirit or prayer to receive tho inspiration there awaiting. Reports will be mado in the churches so that all Berea may bo benefited by the investment. Kansas City Convention Com. J. W. Imrie. Jam Social. Tho old students always look forward to tho Jam Social as a grand reunion and meeting or rriends. It also gives tho now students a chanco to get acquainted and so is always enjoyed. This term's "Jam" was very successlul, well attended, the grand march was line, tho music by tho band, organ and violin was very much appreciated, tho speeches wero good and overy ono had a pleasant evening. Former Berea Student Wins Prize. Messrs. Hart, SchafTncr and Marx, of Chicago, annually offer prizes for papers on economic subjects. Tho awards for 1913 havo Jusl been mado, by a commltteo of five Judges, of whom Prof. J. Laurence Lnughlin, or the University or Chicago, was tho chairman. It is a pleasure to note that a former Berea studont, rrom 1899 lo '03, Arthur Suffern, MA, Columbia University, 1909, has won tho first prizo of 91,000, for a paper entitled "Conciliation and Arbitration in tho Coal Industry in the United Slates." Mr. Suffern married Miss Char-lot- to Catchpolc, also a Berea student. MADISON COUNTY. oa 18-2- Big Hill. Harts. Harts, Dec. 29. Christmas was Big Hill, nec. 29. School closed quiet and enjoyable at this place. hero last Friday, Dec. 19th, with Miss Mr. Leslie McQueen or this place Lucy Hayes as teacher, a nlco enami Miss Gertrude Bratchcr of Blue tertainment, and a treat for tho jl.ick were married at the homo of! children. Also a good talk from our tho bride. Wo wish them a happy trustee, Rev. II. L. Ambrose, who 'anil a long quiet lifo. has been so attentive and interested' Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kindred of in the srhool. It was a beautiful Indiana aro visiting his fathcr-ln- day and the house was crowded law, Tom Coylcr. with people. Attendance was good Tho Misses Mollie Robinson and this fall and winter hero and it is Lizzio McClurc visited tho Misses hoped thai the children will keep up Lake Christmas night. the interest which they havo in The Misses Ella and Daisy Lak! tho school. went to sec their brother, 0. M.l Rev. George Childress is lo bo Payne, or Disputanta, who has been tho pastor of Pilot Knob church Iho very sick. coming year. Mr. Tom Hazlewood gavo tho! young people a social Saturday! Rev. J. W. Parsons has been pas-l- or ol Pilot Knob church for about night. Thcro wero about thlrty-llv- o present. Evcryono enjoyed it to a ten years, whero ho has been a raithrul servant and done much finish. good. Mr. Parson's health seems lo Mr. John Dougherty is going to ho foiling, but wo aro very sorry Florida lo spend a tew days. Mr. J. W. Lake caught a red fox and sad to havo to givo up such a Wo on his form which ho sold for 95. noble and generous pastor. hope wo may bo able to get him again to preach for us. Wo wish Coyle. Coyle, Dec. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Green him health and tho most success. Christmas passed away quietly at Durham or Kingston paid Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Powell a visit last Sun- Narrow Gap at tho Christmas Irce, j and n nice time is reported in spilo day, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Alford were' ol tho rainy day. shopping in Richmond Wednesday. Tuis Abney and family spent Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Rico wero In Christinas with Mrs. Abncy-'- grandtown Monday on business. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hayes. Miss Carlio narrett entertained .1' Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Harrison and number of her young rriends Fri- daughter, Bess, spent part of tho day in honor or her birthday. holidays here. I I , s Good Shoes are Cheap Even at a High Price; but we are Selling GOOD SHOES AT A LOW PRICE fine-looki- ng Come and let us show you the values we are offering &0 $0 $0 $0 WALK-OVE- R. The SHOES for Men N KRIPPENDORF-DITTMAN- Racket Store Blue Lick. Blue Lick, Deo. 28. Rev. Z. Ball peached nt the Glades Christian clinch today. While hero ho was tho guest nf Mr. W. E. Johnson. Miss Gcrtrudo Bralchor of this place and Mr. Less McQueen of Harts wero quietly married by Iho Rev. Howard Hudson, at the brides' homo on Dec. 25th. The bride was tho youngest daughter of Mr. Frank Bratchcr and was very popular see CLARKSTON L9R Hardware and Groceries MAIN STREET, Near Bank 1 and DUSTER SROWN for ChiMrM The sooner you investigate the advantages of wearing Our Shoes the better it will be for you and us 0 0 for Women HAYES BEREA, C& "TJe Cash Store" GOTT KENTUCKY January WHAT 1, 1014. TMK CtTIZIN tho Feminists wish lo alter also tho conventions. II may not bo loo much to say thai llicy would almost bo content with existing laws if they could change tho point of view of man, mako him take for granted that women may smoke, or fight; cease to be surprised because Madame Dieulafojr chooses to wear trousers. Tlio llrsl Feminist Intention is economic, proceeds cm two lines: 1. They Intend lo open every occupation lo women. 2. They intend lo level tho wages of women and men. As regards tho first point, they are not as n rule unreasonable. If llicy demand Ihat women should practice the Inw as they do In France, preach (ho Gospel as (boy do In (ho United Stales of America, bear arms, as in Dahomey, 11 is not becauso they attach any great value lo Ihese occupations, but because they consider thai any limitation put upon woman's activities is intrinsically degrading. The economic chnngo will bo brought about by revolutionary methods, by sex strikes and sex wars. The gaining of the vote is, in the Feminists' view, nothing but an affair of outposts. Conscious propagandists do not intend to allow the female vote to be split as it mighl recently have been between Mr. Hoosevell, Mr. Wilson, and Mr. Tart. They intend to use the vote to make women vote as women, and not as cititens; that is to say, they propose to sell Iho female vote on hloo to the party thai bids highest for it In tho economic Held. To tho party that will, as a preliminary, pledge itself to level male and female wages in government employ, will bo given the Feminist vote; and if no party will bid, then It is tho Feminist intention to run special candidates for all offices, lo split tho male parties, and to involve them in consecutive disasters such as tho ono which befell the llepublicnn party in the last presidential election in the United States. Side by side with this purely political action, Feminists intend to uso industrial strikes in exactly tho same manner as do the Syndicalist railway men, minora and postmen of Europe; well aware Hint they havo captured a number of trades, such as millinery, domestic service, restaurant attendance, and so forth, and large portions of other trades, g in Lancasuch as shire, they propose to uso as a basis tho vote and tho political education thai follows thereon, to induce women to group themselves in woby means of man's trade-union- s, which they will hold up trades, and when they are strong enough, hold up society itself. Conscious of tho temporary inferiority of woman, an inferiority Irareablo to centuries of neglect and belittling patronage, tho Feminists propose lo increase woman's power by making her fitter for power. They nro well awaro that tho enormous majority of womon receivo but an inferior education, that in their own homes, especially in the South of Englnnd, they aro not encouraged to read tho newspapers (which I lielievo to bo a more- powerful instrument of inlet cotton-spinnin- Pace Ftt 1 "VOTES FOR WOMEN" MEANS (Continued from rr One.) ex- resent llio fact that women aro cluded from llio law, generally speaking, llio ministry, the higher ranks of business and of tlio Civil Service and so forth, and practically from hospital appointments; also that women nro paid low wages for work similar to lli.nl of men. They complain too thai Iho homo demands of women loo great an expenditure of energy, too much time, too much labor; thai tlio concentration of her mind upon Iho continual purchasing and cooking of food, on cleaning, on tlio cure of the child, is unnecessarily developed; they doubt if the horns, can be maintained as it It if woman it to develop at a free personality. With marriage, lastly, thoy aro perhaps most concerned. Though they nro not In Iho main prepared (o advocate freo union, they are emphatically arrayed againct modern marriage, which they look upon as slave union. Tlio somewhat ridiculous modlllcallons of Iho n few service introduced by couples in America and by one in Knglnnd, in which the word 'oboy' was deleted from the bride's pledge, can bo taken as Indicative of Iho Feminist altitude. Their grievances against tlio home, against the treatment of women in tlio trades; nro closely connected with tho marriage question, for they hcliovo that the desire of man to have a housekeeper, of woman to have a protector, deeply influenco the complexion of unions which they would base exclusively upon love, and it follows that they do not accept as effective niarriago any union whero tho of love do not exist. For them who favor absolute equality, partnership, sharing of responsibilities anil privileges, modern niarriago represents a condition of into which woman is frequently compelled to enter because she needs to live, and in which slio must often remain, however abomi-nab- lo the conditions under which Iho union is maintained, because man, master of tho purse, Is master of the woman. Generally, then, the Feminists are in opposition to most of the world mar-fl)iago sex-slave- ry institutions. Convention, which is nothing but petrilled habit, has lain upon woman perhaps more heavily than any law, for the law can be eluded with comparative ease, and she who eludes it may very well becomo a heroine, merely because we are mostly anarchist! and dislike the law. Every man is in himself a minority, and is opposed lo tho law becauso tho law is the expression of tho will of tho majority, that is to say, tho will of tho vulgar, of tho norm. Hut convention is far mora subtle: it is the result of the common agreement of wills. Therefore, as it is a product of unanimity, tho penalities which follow on the Infractions, of its behests nro terriblo; sho who infringes it becomes, not a heroine, but an outcast. Tho law Is, then, nothing by tho side of etiquette. Henco Feminist propaganda. Whilo the Suffragists wish lo alter tho law, For Sale! Sixty acre Blue Grass farm near Kingston, Ky., house, a bargain at $3,000. Terms to suit good purchaser. acre farm 2 miles north of Derea, 2. Thirty-twworth $100 per acre, A snap at $2,000. Your really own terms. 3. The best farm in Madison county at the price. Good buildings, 176 acres 5 miles south of Richmond. all kinds. We are almost ashamed to print the price, $62.50 per acre. 4. One brand new dwelling house, large basement, 6 rooms all j)lastered, 4 grates, cabinet mantels, hardwood floors. Large lot, good barn, on Boone St., Berea. Price $1700. Terms to suit purchaser. 5. One large two story concrete block store house Now rented and paying in best business part of Bere-i- . on $3000. Can be bought for $2000 Terms legal interest very liberal Remember, the above is only a few of the many bargains we have to offer. Yours for a square deal, 1. m o Bicknell (& Harris Dealers in Real Estate IERXA - - KENTUCKY leclual development than tho aver- tory measures of reform. Thus, in age serious book), and that any at- tho existing circumstances, they tempt on their part to acquire moro would accept a partial exlension of A. Information, to attend lectures, lo divorce facilities, subject lo an ade BY quate provision for nil children. In Join debating clubs, tends to lower their 'charm value' in the eyes of llio ullimalo condition, lo which I men. That point of view they are rofcr later on, this might not bo ne determined to alter in the male. cessary, but as n temporary expediEminerfce, Kentucky They proposo lo kill tho prejudice ent Feminists desiro lo protect wo Real Estate Agents, by tho homoeopathic method: that man whilo she is developing from Improved nnd well located Farms in Oldham County. well Is lo say, lo educate woman moro tho chattel condition lo Iho freo wo i. 113 acres well improved land, buildings and fencing in good rebecauso man thinks sho Is already man condition. Until bIio is fit for Good orchard, plenty of water, on pair, 3 big tobacco barns, all of it (00 educated. Briefly, to kill poison her new liberty, it Is necessary that good tobacco land. Prico $125 por public road. Prico $15 per acre. by more poison. For this purpose sho should bo enabled lo uso this 2. 49 acres of land, dwelling and ncre. Ihey Intend lo throw open educa- liberty without paying loo heavy a nil outbuildings good, good fencing, 10. 80 acres of flno land, good for tion of all grades lo women ns well price therefor. Indeed this clash on good pike, near L. & N. and I1- tobacco, big (obacco barns, fencing as lo men to rcmnvo such differ- between llio trnnsilory and tho ulli- tcrurban. Price $3,000. nil good, nico young orchard, plenty ences as exist in England, whoro a malo is ono of tho dimcullies of 3. 180 acres of land, 2 slory, ', of waler. Price $115 per acre. woman cannot obtain an Oxford or Feminism. Tho rebels must accept room dwelling and all outbuildings, Farms in Henry County. Cambridgo degree. They proposo situations such as the financial res plenty of fruit, new tobacco land, 17. 70 acres of land, well adapted to raiso tho school age of both sexes, ponsibility of man, while they strag- somo timber, land mostly level, near lo tobacco, dwelling and all out and lo not less than sixteen. Tho gle to make woman financially in- Inlcrurban and L. & N. Prico buildings, store room 20x40, object of this, so far as women aro dependent of man, nnd it is for this $5,000. good stand for business concerned, is lo prevent Iho exploi- reason that different proposals ap4. C20 acres of well improved land and shop. Price $3,500. tation of little girls of fourteen, pear in tho works of Ellen Key, Rosa in Iho heart of Iho orchard grass 18. 80 acres of well improved notably as domestic servants. Mayrcdcr, Charlotte Oilman, Ollvo belt, an ideal farm, a money maker land, on good road and on L. & N. Some Feminists fnvor coeducation, Schrcincr, and others, but theso for tho owner. Prico $80 per acre. railroad, dwelling 7 rooms and all on llio plan that it enables tho sex- divergences need not troublo us, repair, 2 5. I GO acres of land in good state outbuildings in first-claes lo understand each other, and for Feminism is nn inspiration of cultivation, mostly lovel, fencing good barns, plenty of tobacco land. theso build principally on tho suc rather than a gospel, and if it lays good, 14 miles of Louisville, near In- Prico $100 per acre. 19. 121 acres of well improved cess of American schools. A moro lown a programme, it is a tempor lcrurban. Prico $05 per aero. G. 132 acres of land with all im violent section, however, desires to ary programme. land, good dwelling and tenant place the education of girls entirePersonally, I am inclined to be provements, good orchard and plenty house, feed barn and tobacco barn, land mostly in gras3 clover, timly in the hands of women, partly lieve that the ultimate aim of Fem- water. Prico $50 per acre. othy, blue grass and alfalfa, 2 good 7. 132 acres of land, with because they wish to enhance the inism with regard to marriage is sex war, and partly becauso they the practical suppression of mar- dwelling, 8 rooms, 70 acres of bot- orchards. Prico $4,250. 20. 108 acres of land, in high consider thai continual intercourse riage and the institution of free tom land, on Floyd's Fork. Price $05 per acre. stale of cultivation, well Improved, between tho soxes tends lo deprive alliance. dwelling, all ultimate lovo of its mystery and Ono fcaturo manifests itself, and 8. 159 acres of land, on tho In good its charm. Hut both scclions fully that is a change of altitude in wo- lcrurban and L. & N., good build- outbuildings; 2 good barns, good oragrco that tho broadest possible man wilh regard to tho child. Indi ing lots, 9 room dwelling and all out chards, beautiful shado trees in the education must bo given to every cations in modern novels and modem buildings, beautiful view from cars. yard, on good pike, right at tho station. Prico $125 per acre. woman, so ns to fit her for contest conversation aro not wanting to Prico $125 per acre. 21. 205 acres of land, well located 9. 200 acres of land, in good stato with every man. show that a type of woman is aris frame dwell nnd well improved, 2 orchards, new So much, llien, for the mental re- ing who believes in a new kind of of cultivation, volution and its eventual effects on mnlriarchate, that is lo say, in a ing and all outbuildings, 4 room ten tobacco barn, on good pike, tenant per ant the position of women in the arts, state of society where man will not good house, 27 acres of bottomland, house. 75 Prico $70 good aero. piko, 22. acres, on tobacco barn and tobacco land tho trades, and tho schools. In tho figure in the life of woman except as house and all outbuildings, Prico $15 per acre. industrial section, especially, wo the father of her child. Two cases mostly In grass, largo forest trees 10. 220 acres of land wilh all im have already had nn indication of havo como lo my knowledge where Feminist atti- English women havo been prepared provements, bluo grass, clover and in avenuo, well located, a beautiful the main lino of tho per acre. tude, a claim to a right lo choose. to contract alliances with men timothy, somo bottom land, fenoing home. Prico $100 23. iC3 acres, just out of tho city good, 3 tenant houses, somo nice This right is indeed the only one for with whom they did not intend lo Currcys limits of Eminence, all buildings ' which tho Feminists nro struggling, pass their lives, this becauso they limber, land well located on good and a beautiful homo, most all Fork. Prico $50 per acre. and they struggle for those obscure desired a child. They consider that in grass, land is level and very ferFarms in Shelby County. reasons which lie at the root of our the child is the expression of the tile. Price $115 per acre. 11. 115 acres of land, well impro wish lo live and to perpetuate tho feminine personality, while after the 21. 58 acres near Eminence, all ved and in good stato of cultivation, race. It is no wonder, then, that the child's birth, the husband becomes dwelling, buildings new, designs upon a mere excrescence. They believe orchard, stock barn and tobacco Feminists should have barn, fine tobacco land, well located. water works in bouse; a modern the most fundamental of human that tho 'Wife' should die in child Price 8115 per acre. homo in every particular. Prico institutions, marriage and mother- birth, and tho 'Mother' riso from 12. 102 acres of well improved $7,000. hood. her ashes. There is nothing Uto land, near shipping point, stock and 25. 142 acres of land, on good In the main, Feminists are oppos- pian about this point of view, if we tobacco barns, plenty of water, good pike, near shipping points and land ed to indissoluble Christian mar- agree that Feminists can so rear orchard, fencing good. Prico $80 in high stato of cultivation, lino torange society as to provide every per acre. riage. bacco land, new barn, fenoing good. 13. 278 acres of flno land, 200 Price $70 per acre. Hut alterations in the law are woman with an independent living; Tho above are only jqst a few of minor points by the side of tho and I do not say that this is tho acres of first class tobacco land, emotional revolution that is lo bo prevalent view. It is merely one dwelling and all outbuilding in good tho many farms wo havo on our list engineered. Roughly speaking, we vievrvand I do not believe it will bo repair, 3 tobacco barns, good or and wo will be glad to show a; buyer t carried to tho extreme, for tho as chard of well selected fruit. Price any of our farms. Let us know reasonablo men and havo to-dyour wants, we aro always glad to women. Such notably was sociation of human beings in couples $125 per acre. 14. 50 acres of land servo you. Ibsen's view: 'Woman cannot es- appears to respond to somo deep Write, telephone or como to see ' cape her primitive, emotions.' But need; still, it should bo taken into and well improved, near shipping ho thought she should control these account as an indication of sex re point, mostly in grass, plenty of wa- us. Both phones. MORRIS & JONES, ter. Prico $0,000. inevitables so far as possible: 'As volt. Eminence, Ky. 15. 218 acres of first-cla- ss land, That part of tho programme bo soon ns woman no longer domia longs to tho ullimatcs. Among the ales her passions sho fails to SOCIAL PURITY EXHIBIT. her objects.' The distinction transitory ideas, that is, tho ideas between reason and instinct, how which arc to fit Feminism into the Tho friends of Social Purity and over, is not so wide as it seems; for modern Stale, arc tho endowment of rights of children beforo thoy reason is merely tho conscious uso motherhood and Iho lien on wages Iho aro born havo prepared a great picof observation, whilo instinct is tho Tho Feminists do not commit them unconscious use of tho same faculty; selves lo a view on tho broad social torial exhibit which has been shown in Lexington and other cities. bill as the trend of Feminism is to question whether it is desirable By good fortune and at somo ex and sex to encourago or discourage births. make woman Taking births as they happen, they pense tho Collego has brought this conscious, the Feminists can be said broadly to be warring against in lay down that a woman being in- exhibit to Berea whero it will bo stinct, and on tho sido of reason, capacitated from work for a period shown to all parents and citizens at 10 a.m. on Saturday and Monday, in Thoy look upon instinct as indicat- of weeks or months whilo sho is giving birth to a child, her liberty tho Industrial Building. ive of n low mentality. Every father and" mother should This docs not mean that Feminism can bo secured only if tho fact of sco this exhibition. II is something is entirely n creed of reason; indeed tho birth gives her a call upon tho new, interesting, scientific, and of MAKE MONET SELLING OUR NEW a number of militant Feminists who State. Failing this, sho must havo a BOOK "THE PATH TO paper, malo protector in whoso favor sho highest importance In half an hour collected round tho English you learn more of things you need POWER."' Tho Freewoman, havo as an article must abdicate her rights becauso faith that ono of tho chief ho is her protector. As man Is not to know than you have learned in (By Rev. Chas. Spnrgeon Knight) of their your natural needs of woman and society handicapped in his work by becom dates. life thus far. Remember the It contains 224 pages and 40 illusis not less nassion but moro. If ing a father, they proposo to ro trations, and touches every phase they wish to raiso women's wages, movo tho disability that lies upon of life from tho cradlo to the grave. to givo them security, education, woman by supplying her with tho HAVING A GOOD TIME The chapter on Sanitation and opportunity, it is becauso llicy want means of livelihood for a period sur (By William Shaw) Health, and tho bulletins on canning to plnco them beyond material rounding the birth, of not less than vegetables and raising corn alone temptations, to mako them indopen six weeks, which some place at three General Secretary of the United aro worth many times the price of of Christian Endeavor. dent of a protector, so thai nothing months. tho book. Besides all this it conmay stand in tho way of tho pas Among tho ullimatcs is a logical Can a Christian have a good time? sionalo development of their facu-litie- s. conscqucnco of tho right of woman Is all tho brightness and jollity and tains much valuable information on To this effect, of course, they to bo represented by women. So fun in tho world only for thoso who tho subjects of Farming, Fruit Growing, Uoredily, Temperance, profound long as Parliamentary Government shut God out of their lives? proposo to introduce Habit forming and Home making, changes in tho conception of mar endures, or any form of authority Do tho sad and tho serious alono and closes with two strong sermons riage itself. endures, tho Feminists will demand ploaso tho good God who mado tho and a most interesting supplement, Without committing themselves a sliaro in this authority. It has mountains and tho hills break forth to freo union, the Feminists wish to been the custom during tho Suffrage into singing, and tho trees of the Tho book sells itself. Price 35c. Special Christmas prices to loosen the marriage tie, and-the- y campaign to pretend that women de- field to clap their hands? agents. might not bo avcrso to making mar mand merely the voto. Tho object of Aro tho sombro and netural tints 20 books, $3.00 riago less easy, to raising, for in this is lo avoid frightening tho men, tho only ones that aro attraclivo to 10 books, $1.60. stance, tho marriage ago for both nnd II may well bo that a number Him who mixed llio colors for tho .90. 5 books, soxes; but as thoy aro well awaro of Suffragists honestly believe that gorgeous sunset, and crushed tho .50. 2 books, that, in tho present stnto or hu thoy aro asking for no moro than rainbow and scattered it over tho Sent by mail at our expense. man passions, impediments to mar-riag- tho vote, whilo a few, who confess autumn hillsides? (Address D. W. Morton. Secy. Bewould lead merely to an In thai thoy want moro, add that it is Docs tho minor strain alono mako creaso of irregular alliances, thoy not ndvisablo to say so; they aro glad tho heart of Him who stored rea Collego, and send money order (ad) lay no stress upon that point afraid lo 'let tho cat out of the bag,' tho melody in tho heart of tho lark, or stamps.) Moreover, as they are not pre but they will not rest until all Par- and made tho morning stars lo sing pared to admit that any moral liaments, all Cabinets, all Boards aro logelhor, and tho sons of God to damage ensues when woman con- open to womon, until tho President- shout for joy? LEARN tracts more than one alliance in the ial chair is as accessible to thorn as No, no, it cannot bo. And yet I course of her life, which view is is Iho English throno. Already in am rccoiving loiters constantly that AT HOME accepted very largely in tho United Norway women havo entered tho imply that, while goodness is desir- Oar Coatnof Sli Lattont will Uteb joa II Noma) to bacoma a (ood PEN MAN. Tbtsa lataona ara rd Stntes, and in nil countries with National Assembly: thoy proposo to ablo, It is not attraclivo and enjoy- copiously llluairatod and bara primed direction (or pnctlca and criticism of Tour work. Kncloaa lo widows, thoy Inrllno rather do so everywhere They will not able. cant atamp for Trial Laaaoa. SPALDING'S KANSAS CITY, MO OOM'L COLLEGE, to repair Iho effect of bad marriages, hesitate to claim women's votes for than to prevent thoir occurrence women candidates until they have Plainly speaking, tho Feminists secured the representation which desiro simpler dlvorco. they thing is their right, that is, mm HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID MmW What oxart form tho now dlvorco one half. FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES tako, I cannot at present laws would oa Cinlsla. LS Woolwatlonlai Ihli d. Writ lor prim Theso aco tho bases, roughly out- m mr im say, for Feminism Is as evolutionlined, on which can bo established ary as it Is revolutionary, and Fem- a lasting pcaco. JOHN WHITE SCO. lquisviumy. inists aro prepared to accept transi FARMS FOR SALE MORRIS & JONES 1- ' black-smith'sli- op, ss , ay well-locat- ed us . j I j '.IKA ' W ro-ga- AND HIDES 1 iU Start the New Year Right by Subscribing for The Citizen Page Six. nmld the grave-yarShe dlxiiWHiin-shrubbery Captain Cy and Bos'n slowly followed her. From the the red and white cow sent after them n broken spirited "moo!" During Bos'n wax highly Indignant. the homeward walk she sputtered like a damp firecracker. "Tim Men of her talking so to you, "It Uncle Cyrus!" she exclaimed. wnsn't your fault at all." By JOSEPH C. LINCOLN The captain smiled onesldedly. "I don't know nbout that, shipmate." Copyright 1908. by D. Appteton he said. "I wouldn't wonder If aho wns more than half right But, say. 6 Co. she wns all business and no frills, wasn't she? (In. Iin! How nho did spunk up to that belfcrl Who In the SYNOPSIS. 0nr-riint- n Heman Atkins want to dickens do you cnl'late she Is7" Cr Whlttaker' place. Cy unexpect- e e dlr returns to his boyhood home. Such was the captain's Introduction Every one In Hayport venerates and fears Atkins except Cy. Atkins opposes lo I'hoehe Dawes, ihe new tenchor of tbe selection of Miss rhoebs Dawea as "downstairs" at the village school. teacher. Cy champions Thoeba Dawes against who wns to become ti prominent fnc Atkins, and she Is elected teacher. Cy lor In Bayport life. nraa-eMrs. Beasley aa housekeeper. Emily Cy discharges Mrs. Deatley. CHAPTKIt IX. Richards 'Thomss, seed eight, arrives at OWN meeting was called for Uh i! an orahan and has come to live I I the 21st of November with him. although he did not Invite her With the summer boarders II to do so. Cy Is furious, but he grows fond of her gone, the cranberry picking ana Keeps ner. lie mcMnuit. finished, stntc election over, school and aho learns to love him. Hiss Phoebe Dawes and" Captain Cy save beguu and under way and real winter Emily from an ugly cow. The cnptaln not yet upon us Hayport In the late admires the teacher. fall distinctly needs something to en Captain Cy. to help Thoebe. decides to run as a candidate for membership on liven It This year thero were several que tljj school .rommHU. tlons to he talked over and settled nt Emily saw her "Uncle Cyras" coming nnd rushed Into his arms. He town meeting. Two selectmen whose picked her up nml. holding her with n terms expired were cnndldutes for re I.em Myrlck had resigned election. grip which testified to the nerve strain from Ihe school committee, not waiting ho had been under, stepped forward :o until spring, its he had announced that meet the stranger, whoso corn lag had be should do Then there wns the been so opportune usual sentiment In favor of better And she was a stranger. The cap roads and the usual opposition to It: lain knew most of Dayport's Inhab- also there wns tbe ever present hope itants by this time or thought be did. 3f the government appropriation for but he did not know her. She was a harbor Improvement. Mr Tlddltt was one of the select mall woman, quietly dressed, and her In bis hair, under n neat hlack and white men whose terms expired. hat, was brown. The bat was now n dun I cnpnclty as selectman and town trifle to me side, and the hair was the clerk .s:i)h felt himself to be n very To elect some least bll disarranged an effect not at Important personage. one else In his place would be, he was all unbecoming. She wns tnrklng stray wisps as the captain, 'with certain, a calamity which would stag' Bos'n In his arms, came up. ger tbe township. "Well, ma'am." puffed Captain Cy There bad been much discussion con "well, ma'um. I must say that was cerning tbe school committee. Who the slickest, pluckiest thing ever I should be chosen to replaco Mr. My aw anywheres. I don't know what rlck on the hoard was the gravest would I I declare I don't know how question to come before the meeting. Many names had been proposed at to thank you." The lady looked at him a moment Simmons' and elsewhere, but some of before replying. Then she began to those named had refused to run. and laugh, a jolly laugh that was pleasant others bad not nfter further consid eration seemed the proper persons for to hear. "Don't try, please." she Bald chok- the office. In the absence of Mr. Atkins Tad Simpson was our leader in ingly. "It wasn't nnythlng. Oh. mercy met I'm all out of breath. Yon the political arena. But Tad so far see. I bad been warned about that bad been mute. Walt awhile." be said. "Thero's cow when I started to walk this afternoon. So when I saw her chasing some weeks afore town raeetln' day. your poor little girl here I knew right This Is n serious business. We can't bave no more I mean no unsuitable away what was the matter. It must man to fill such nn important place as havo been foolish enough to look at The welfare of .our posterity," I'm used to dogs and cats, but I that ho added, and wo all recognized tbo haven't bad many pet cows. I told quotation, "depends upon tbe choice her to 'go home' and to 'scat' and all that's to be made." sorts of things. Wonder 1 didn't tell A choice wns made, however, on the her to He down! And the way I very next day but one after this dec book that ridiculous book at her laration. A candidate announced himwas- "self. Asaph and Bailey hurried to the She laughed again, and the captain Cy Whlttaker place with tbe news. and Dos'n Joined In tbe laugh. In spite Captain Cy was In the woodshed building a doll house for Bos'n. of the- fright they both had experienced. Mr. Tlddltt was all smiles. "What do you think. Cy!" ho cried. "That book was dry enough to frighten almost anything," continued "The new school committee man's as the lady. "It was one I took from tbe good as elected. Lonzo Snow's goln' table before I left the place where I'm to take it" The captain laid down his plane. staying, and a duller collection of ser"Lonzo Snow!" ho repeated. "You mons I never saw. Ob, dear tberel Is my hat any more respectable now?" don't say! Humph! Well, wellP' "Yes, sir!" exclaimed Bailey, "no's "Tes'ra. It's about on an even keel, I should say. But I must tell you, come forward and says It's his duty to do so. He" ma'am, you done simply great and" "Humph! DTIs duty, bey? I wonder "Seems to me the peoplo who own that cow must be a poor set to let her who pointed it out to him?" "Well. I don't know. But even Tad make such n nuisance of herself. Did Simpson's glad. Ho says that bo your daughter run away from yon?" "Well, you see, ma'am, she ain't knows Heman will be pleased with really my daughter. Bos'n here that's that kind of a candidate and so he my nickname for her, ma'am she and won't havo to do any more huntln. himI wero out walk In'. I Bet down In the He thinks Lonzo's comln' out by provpines, and I guess I must have dozed self this way Is a kind of special off. Anyhow, when I woke up sho idence." "Yes, yes! I shouldn't wonder. Did was gone, and tbe first thing I knew you ever notice bow dead sure Tad of this scrape was hearln' bcr ball." The little woman's manner changed. and bis kind aro that I'rovldence Is workln' with 'em? Seems to mo Her gray eyes flashed Indignantly. more satisfactory if we "You dozed off," she repeated, 'twould be get a sight of tbe other partner's girl In your charge and could "with a little signature to the deed." In the very next lot to that cow? with you?" de"What's tbe Didn't you know tbe creature chased manded Asaph. matter ain't flndin' fault "You women and girls?" Lonzo, aro you? Ain't be a good "Why. yes; I'd heard of It. but- "- with man?" "It wasn't Uncle Cyrus' fault" put "Good! Suro thing he's good! Noin Bos'u eagerly. "It was mine. I body can say he Isn't and tell tbo went away by myself." truth." Beyond shifting bcr gaze to the child No one could truthfully speak 111 of tbo lady paid no attention to this re- Alonzo Snow that was a fact. He mark. lived at tbo lower end of tbo village, "What do you think ber mother '11 was well to do, a leading cranberry say wtien she sees this dress?" she grower and very prominent In tbo asked. church. A mild, easy going person was It was Emily's best gown, tbe Mr. Snow, with an almost too keen prepared fear of doing the wrong thing and finest of tbe new "rig-outby Miss Taylor. Tbe girl and Captain therefore prone to be guided by tbo Cy gazed ruefully at tbe rents and opinion of others, no was distinctly pitch stains made by the vines and not a politician. pine trees. "Then what alls you?" asked Asaph "Well, you see," replied the abashed hotly. captain, "tbo fact Is, she ain't got any "Why, nothln' maybe, only I'm always suspicious when Tad pats Prov mother." "Obi I beg your pardon and ben, idence on the back. I generally figure too, poor deur. Well, If I were you 1 that I can see through a doughnut shouldn't go to sleep next time I took when there's a light behind tbe bole. Who Is Ixnzo's best friend In this her walking. Good afternoon." She turned and calmly walked down town? Who does be chum with most tbe path. At the bend she spoke of anybody?" You "Why, Darius Ellis, I guess. again. "I should be gentle with ber If I know It." . And Darius is on tbo were you," she said. "Her nerves are pretty well upset Besides, If you'll committee why ?" Well, I s'pose 'cnuso Heman Atkins excuse my saying so, I don't think she Is the one that needs scolding." thought he'd bo a good feller to have They thought she bad gone, but she there. But" "Yes, and Lonzo's pew In church turned once more to add a final suggestion. Is right under tbo Atkins memorial "1 think that dress could be fixed," window. Tbe light from It makes a Bho Bald, "If you took It to some one kind of halo round his bald bead every who knew about such things." Buuday." pas-tund THE CITIZEN. "Well, what of Itt Heman nor no- body tlsc could buy Lonzo finow." "Buy him? Indeed, they couldn't. But there arc some things you get without bayln'-t- be measles, for Instance. And the one that's catchln' 'em don't know he's In danger till the speckles break ont Fellers, this com mittee voted In rhoebo Dawes by Just two votes to one, and one of the two was Lcni Myrlck. D.irlus' was against her. Now, with Tad and his ProV' Idenco puttln' In Lonzo Snow and Heman Atkins settln' behind the screen workln' tils normal school music box so'a they can hear the tune well, Phoebe may stay this term out. but how about the next?" "ncy? Why. I don't know." "From what I hear, this Phoebe Dawes, for all her pesky down east stubbornness. Is teachln' pretty well, and. anyhow, she's ono little woman against Tad Simpson and Ilemnu Atkins and and Tad's special brand of Providence. She deserves a fair shake, and, by the big dipper, she's goln to have It! Look hero, you two how would I look on the school com- January i, moie information 'Ihen 1014. ' Cy Whittaker's trying to beat Undo Cyrus 'cause be Is gooder than they, but they cant, causo everybody loves him so." Gcor- glanna had some doubts, but aho kept them to herself. Among the things In Bosn's "box' was n long envelope, sealed with wax nnd with n lawyer's namo printed In one corner. Tho captain opened It, at Emily's suggestion, nnd was aston ished to find that the Inclosuro wns a will, dated some years back. In which Mrs. Mnry Thomas, the child's mother. left to her daughter all her personal property nnd also the land In Orhnm. Mass., which had been willed to her Place by her own mother. There was a noie with the will In which Mrs. Thomas stated that no one save herself had known of this land, not even her bus band. She had not told him became she feared that, like everything else, It would be sold nnd the money wnst- ed In dissipation. "He suspected something of the sort," she ndded, "but he did not find out the secret, although ho" She had evidently scratched out what followed, but Captain Cy mentally filled In the blank with details of abuse and cruelty. "If anything happens to me," concluded the widow, "I want the land sold nnd the money used for Emily's maintenance ns long ns It lasts." The rnptnln went over to Orhnm and looked up the hind. It was a strip along the shore, almost worthless nnd unsalable nt present. The tnxes bad been regulnrly paid each year by Mary Thomas, who sent money orders from Concord. The self denial retire Rented by these orders was not n little 'Never mind. Bos'n." said Captnlti Cy when he returned from the Orhnm trip. "Your ancestral estates ain't much now but n sand Ilea menagerie However. If this section ever does get to be the big summer resort folks are prophesying for It you may sell out to some millionaire und you nnd tue'll go to Europe. Meantime we'll try to keep afloat, If the Hnrnlss bank don't spring leak." On the day following this eonversa Hon he took s flying trip to Ostahle tno county seat, returning tho satno evening and saying nothing to any one about bis reasons for going nor what be had done while there. Bos'u's birthday was the IStti of No vember. The captain. In spltu of tho warmth of his struggle for commltteo honors, determined to have n small Celebration on the afternoon and evening of that day. The supper was a brilliant success. So was the cake, brought in with candles ablaze, by the grinning Georgian-na- . Toward the end of the tnenl, when the hilarity nt the long table was at Its height, nn unexpected guest made his appearance. There was ftTtuock at the dining room door, nnd Geurglauna, opening It, was pctrlfled to behold standing upon the step no less n than tbe Hou. Hemau Atklus, tupKsed by most of us to be then somewhere In that wide stretch of territory vaguely termed "the south." "Good evening, all." said the Illustrious one. removing his silk hat and stepping into the room. "What "a charming scene! I trust I do not In- f--rsl mittee?" "You?" repented the pair In concert. "You?" "Yes, me. I ain't n Solomon for wisdom, but I cal'latc I'd bu as near Ihe top of the barrel ns Dnrlus Kills and only one or two layers under Hlicn Salters or Lonzo Snow. I'm n ;andldate. sec?" "But-b- ut. Whit." gasped the town :lerk, "are you popular enough? Could foil get elected?" "I don't know, but I can find out You and Bailey Ml vote for me, won't you?" "Course we will, but" Thorp's two rotes. A "All right. hundred und odd more'll put me In Here goes for politics nnd popularity I may be president yet: you can't tell And, say, tills town meetin' won't le dull, whichever way the cat Jumps." This last was a safe prophecy. AH dullness disappeared from Bayport the moment It became known that Cap tain Cyrns Whlttaker was "out" for The captain the school committee. began his electioneering nt once. That very afternoon he called upon three people Kbeu Salters, Joslah DImick and Lemuel Myrlck. Captain Sailers wns chairman of se lectmen ns well as chairman of the He wns a hard headed old committee. salt, who had made money In tbe Australian packet service. Ho had common sense. Independence nnd con- siderotic Influence In the town. Next to Congressman Atkins he was perhaps our leading citizen. And, more than all, he was not afraid, when be thought It necessary, to oppose tbe great Hemnn. "Well," he said reflectively after listening to Captain Cy's brief statement of his cnndldacy, "I cnl'late I'll stand in with you. Cy. I ain't got any thing against Lonzo, but but well. consarn It. mnybe that's the trouble; maybe he's so darned good It mnkes me Jealous. Anyhow, I'll do what I enn for you." Joe Dimlck laughed aloud. He was an Iconoclast, seldom went to church nnd was entirely lacking In reverence; also he really liked the captain. "Whit, do Ho. ho!" he crowed. trude." But Cnptaln Cy rose to the occasion graudly. "Intrude?" he repented. "Not a mite of It! Mighty glad to see you. Heinnii. Here, give us your hat. Pull up to the When did you get back? table. Thought you was lu the orange groves " "Urn-bum- you realize that you're underminln' this town's constitution? Oh. snriln. I'm with you. If It's only to see tbo somcwheres." fur fly! I do love a scrap." "Ahem! I was. Yes, 1 was In. that With Lem Myrlck Captain Cy's pol icy was different He gently reminded neighborhood. But It Is hard to stay that gentleman of the painting con- away from dear old Bayport home tract, intimated that other favors might ties, you know, home ties. 1 came be forthcoming und then ns n clincher down on the morning train, but I spoko of Tad Simpson's comment stopped over nt Ilurnlss on huslncxs when Mr. Myrlck voted for Phocho nnd drove across. Ahem! Yes. The housekeeper Informed me that my Dawes. daughter was hero, nnd. seeing the "Of course," he added. "If you think heurlng laughter. I could Tad's got a right to boss all hands lights and making the Impromptu call. this not resist and the cook, why, I ain't coinplalnln'. I'm suro as nn old friend and nclglibirr, only If I was n painter dcln' a good, Cyrus, you will pardon me. Alicia, high class trade and a one boss barber darling, come and kiss papa." tried to dictate to mo 1 shouldn't bow Darling Alicia accepted the Invitadown and tell him to kick easy as ho tion with a rustic of silk and an ec Seems to mo I'd kick first could. static squeal of delight. During this But I'm no boss; I mustn't Influence affecting scene Asaph whispered to you." Bafley that he "cal'lated" Hemnn had Lemuel was Indignant a hurry up distress signal from Simp"No barber mus me." he declared. son, to which sage observation Mr. "You stand up for, me when that town Bangs replied with a vigorous nod. hall palntln's to be done, nnd I'll work showing that Captain Cy's example hard for you now. Cap'n Whlttaker. bad had Its effect In that they no Lonzo Snow's nn elder nnd nil that. longer stood in such awe of their repbut I can't help It Anyway, his place resentative at Washington. was all fixed up a year ago, nnd I didn't get the Job. A feller has to look CHAPTKIt X. after himself these days." OWEVEIt true Asaph's calculaWith these division commanders to tions might have been, Mr. lead their forces into the enemy's Atkins made no mention of country and with Asaph and Hnlley politics. He was urbanity doing what they could to help. Captain Itself. lie drew up to the table, Cy's campaign soon became worthy of of the Ice cream and cake and For awhhe respectful consideration. greeted his friends and uelghbors Tad Simpson scoffed at the opposition; with charming benignity. then ho began to work openly for Mr. "Won't It sweet of blm to come?" Snow. Later be marshaled his trusted Phlnncy to Keturah. pool table in the whispered MUs officers around tbe "And hi in so nice and everyday and back room of the barber shop and con And when Cap'u Whittafided to them that It was anybody's sociable! ker's runnln' against bis friend, as you fight and that ho was worried. It's past belli' a Joke," he said. might say." "It's mighty serious. We'vo got to Keturah replied with a dubious bustle, wo have. Heman trusted me shake of the head. "I think Captain Cyrus Is goln' to In this Job. and If I fall down It'll bo bad for mo and for you fullers too. 1 get Into trouble." she said. "I've preached to Bailey more 'u u little wish bo was homo to run things himself, but bo's got business dowu south about keepln' clear, but ho won't." "Games in t'other room now," orthere some property lie owns or some-thiand nays he cau't leave. But dered Captain Cy, but Mr. Atklus held up his timid. mind how lust get 'em. that's all." "Pardon mo Just a moment. Cyrus. Captain Cy was thoroughly enjoying himself. Tho struggle suited blm to If you please," he said. "I feel that perfection. He did not. however, for- on this buppy oecntlou It Is my duty get Hos'n. He took tbo child Into his and pleasure to propose a toast." He confidence and told her of the dally held bis lemonade glass aloft. "Pergain or loss In votes n If she were tils mit me," he proclaimed, "to wish own age. She understood a little of many huppy Idrthdajs and long life I beg pardon. Cyrus, but all this and tried bard to understand to Miss tho rest, preaching between times to what Is vnnr little frl"i'ir teiiiie?" (Continued next week.) Georglunna bow "the bad weu arr pur-too- k n' away Ilk stricken creature, try tag to realise the horror of tbe situation. Brill had been arrested "caaght lightning with the goods!" Like of her flash came tbe recollection "You word to him that morning: can beg, borrow, or steal the mod. PEARCE. "y ELLA 1 roust bav III" It wa her own When young Albert looked acros ,,ri into crime, fau,t 8ne hld the nnd ,ne aw the breakfast table and clalncd h)nv flushed, sullen face of his wl . hi Up and d(Jn h of hef oM. own feature, grow .tern and gloomy. ,y aI,artn)cnt noio paccd wrning h.r 1 was quite unfair and unreasonable hnndl n m lcnt ml,ery At Uraei for Rose to act In this peevish man sbo told herself It could not bo true; ner. Surely be had always done then tho sickening certainty gripped everything possible for her; gratified her, Drill had not appeared; the din bcr whims and Indulged ber beyond nor hour had pasted; no word had tho point of a husband's duty. Now, been sent to ber. At last. In a nervIn this last matter ho must be firm. ous panic, she put on ber hat and "It's no us sulking, Hose," he said, hurried down town. Bho must know harshly for him. "1 can't afford It; thn worst and tbat settles It" As she stumbled up tbe steps of "Can't afford It!" sneered Rose, HroM-nel-l Mack company' ofllces (be llftUig her eyes. "You can't saw without that there were light, burning gown lor your within, afford tho prtco of a and men moving about An wife, so that she may make a decent omcM ttopped flh6 he hn appearance In public. had nover been thero before and she "So tbat she may compete with was unknown. foolish, extravagant women whose bus- "Is Mr. Slbert here yet?" she hands aro better filed or more reck- asked faintly. Then, scarcely knowI do not less than I happen to bo. ing what she doing, sho pushed your need Is so great Hose. her way Into wa. think the offlco. A man's face peered at her from behind a little "Well, I won't wear that old silk wicket gate, volco called her and dress any longer!" Hose raised ber namo. eyes bright with tho sparks of flaring "Hose! What are you doing here?" temper. "1 won't. Drill Slbertl Her husband was walking towardj don't cure whether you can afford It her, and, with a low cry. Huso flung" or not I must have that gown. I'll herself Into his arms clung to order It today. You can beg, borrow, Mm. shaking convulsively and money I must have 111" or steal tbe "Drill! Drill, what have you dono? llencath his long, steady look, her heard oh, they shan't tako you passion had merged into a sort of nway! It's all my fault" panic, but sbo rushed breathlessly on "Hose, Hose, be quiet I'm all to the end of her speech, lly that I telephoned to the drug store. tlino, her husband was ou his feet, right Didn't you get my message !' reaching for his hat Ills tone mora than bis word, I wouldn't order It today. Hose." and Ills voice held a chill warning, and calmed her She swayed back, eyes reho went out without another word or garded him with beseeching "Isn't It true. Dill?" she whisa backward glance. Hose sat with reddening cheeks and pered, aw aro now of tho presence of angry eyes. Her slender, wlilte lin others. "Wasn't It you? I didn't get gers drummed nervously on the table. any word, but I heard I thought somebody arrested,? Tho Shu drew In a long, tense breath, and wasn't then a choking tob came as a prelude cashier?" "Yes. Dut why, you poor girl! to an outburst of tears. Don't you I'm only Stingy, hardhearted, that's what canhlcr know Oh, Hose!" tbe assistant here? Drill Slbert was! He had no compas Their glances met, and Hoso looked sion for her at all, no proper prldo away flushing deeply. Drill patted In his wife', appearance. Just be cause, down at the bottom of her her hand teudcrly. He bad read ber open heart, Hos" felt a twiugu of remorse mind as if It had been an I'll go book. home "Sit down a minute, and and a stirring of some lecllng akin to ouly stayed to you," ho she Inwardly railed with over the said "I I'll tell you all books. at her husband and emphasized her look It about later." own wrongs. Hose watched blm In a fascinated What mado It harder to bear was way as he moved to and fro amid the tho fact that Hose's dearest friend, a surouudlng. She felt as member of her club, and, llko herself. unfamiliar If they both h.d Just passed close to one of the committee for .he coming danger, ibe sense of reception to be held In the Turkish some terrible shame, that mingled with ber relief room of the St Moire hotel, bat. or made her very bumble. dered an exquisite creation of yellow Shu clung to her husband's arm cbarmeuso and whlto shadow lace; thoy walked up the darkened street a. and Hose had confidentially Imparted "It's been an awful day for tno. the Information that she would appear Drill," she acknowledged. "I'll never In a companion gown of black and again Dut be so foolish to absinthe green a striking but har- I'm so glad to have horridhere with me you monious contrast oh, my dear, 1 don't care If 1 don't They had looksd for samples to gown for a year!" gether and planned the sartorial de- have a new "You'll hive ono long before that" appeartails tbat shculd mike their Drill cheerfully "I'm sorry ance at the St Moire an artistic suc declared promotion bad to come to me In such cess. In her enthusiasm. Hose bad a way, but after tonight I'm to bo 's lost sight of tho tact thai her Mack company's head cashier .ncomo had been severely txed Drownell and you know what thai mean. Did of lato, and bo had advised tconomy you say fifty dollars, Hoso?" In every possible direction. News-r-1913. by the McClurs I'll economize alter this, Brill." (Copyright. tiymllcale.) offered coaxtngly she had "And I'll go to a cheaper dressmaker Jean's DUE TO TERROR Is awfully dear and I'll make It come ITS DEATH IS within dfty dollar.." Sho quivered Inwardly aa sbo said Sight of Circus Elephant Too Much for Nerves of Horse Already It, but she looked prettily prckuaslve. Exhausted. Drill could not refuse berl Hut Drill could and did; and now, Hose was A horso attached to a buggy and left to w ep and rngo In her defeat It was a bard day for Hose Slbert driven by Sam Drown, a North Main Tho worst passions of her childish, street merchant, dropped dead folimpulsive nature mounted In unusual lowing a fright when a circus eljpbant force and spread like flames. Lovo pasted along tbe streets. Drown went beforn Squire Kearney and reason were blotted out; atid when calmer moments would havo and got out an attachment agulntt one come to her, she stirred the embers of the khow s zebras. Tho instrument of her wrath with fresh accounts of was served by a deputy from Kearney's court and the parado went out grievances "I would order that gown today as minus cue zebra. Managers ot tbo circus finally setaid," she reflected bitterly "Hut puylugi there might be complications. I'll tled mutters with Drown by " wait Drill may change his mind by him for the horso. It was late one afternoon when aninight. It not wall, Jean's dressmaker mals .rom the show had been unwould trust me." This Idea was so comforting, withal loaded .anJ walked from tho train to so stimulating, tbat Hose's mood the Drown bad the buggy standing ne:r changed. She grew suddenly light hearted, gay, and feverishly restless. Decatur street Ills bone paid nok hunch-hacHer little apartment seemed toe con- attention to tbe camels, the oxen or other clustes of what fining to her; so, late In the afternoon, she ran In to call on ber neigh- circus men call hay animals. They bor, a young matron who was absurd- pattud without causing It to raise Its ly devoted to a year old daughter. eyes. Presently there came out of a cloud This wee personage proved such a diversion tbat tbe clock struck six of dust a giant elephant Ita Its head driver beloro tho visitor was aware of the was erect, and when speared It Just the least bit to --lako It hour "And not a thing ready for dinner!" mind thero came a noise like a boy a rain barrel and said Hose In alarm. "And here comes yelling down Mr. llesaler oh! ho mustn't see me." Drown's horse reared on Ita hind legs. It lunged forward and then felt Sho slipped behind .,.. ror.minn room . tbe portiere of over, l Here wat a kick or two from ih i... """-M- em. In the lock and the matter of tho lt BDd Jho an,al wft' DI,Patcn ,0 tn Nw ,,lU houto entered. Sho heard hit hearty greeting a. be walked Into the living York 8un- room at the other nnd ot tbe hall. It Qlrl Pl.ytd Qhott was ber Intention to step out InstantA ghost has been laid low at Paris. ly, but the (ringed edgo of the portiere had caught upon a button on Alarmed every night by mysterious noUes. some tenants of an apartment hir slpeve nnd detained her. "Excitement down town." she beard nou, aTe DOl,M 10 leave- - TD8 iwd n police, and Mr. Ilessler laying. "Another cathler lori1 nd gone vrong. I waa surprised Yes, nre detectives spent a night In tba thoy arrested him caught blm with house. At midnight the muffled beat tbe goods Urownell Mack company." bl'Kn 08 uau' Revolvers In band tho Whythat", where " began Mr., detective, searched every room until ut lllBl tney rund a little girl of tblr- Hcstler licr husband Interrupted. "8ure! I teen, Yvonno, Vancrevenlng. sitting In woudor .f tho little woman next door boT nlghtdres. on the side of ber bed and kicking tbe shaft conveying tbe know, yet" ttosu had stumbled over the (hreth- - water and gas pipes through the build-ol- d She said she liked to hear tbe half falutlng. of no apartment Brill was Brownell Mack company's neighbors In tbe morning talking about cashier! Her first Impulse hud been the gbotts of tbe night before. Tbe Ut ruth back and atk Mr. Messier If he metal carried the sound to every room knew what ho was saying to demand ,n the house. ' tat had crest PRICE OF A GOWN m dr,n M , If" 1 1 bus-band- "r gro-inds- tTl1, Jnnunry I, 101 i. THE CITIZEN Page Serea A Corner for Women The Children's Hour HOST TOO REAL. Young Folks QUITE AMUSING GAME "Detective's Note Book" Is Not Hard to Arrange. Pastlm Intended to Test One's Skill In Identification of Profiles of Villains for Whom Reward I Offered. I VERSE TOR THIS WEEK. All ns God wills, who wisely liocils To givo or to witholil; And knowelli inoro of all my neoiU Tlism all my prayers havo lold. J. 0. Wliiltler. RECIPES TRIED A AND TRUE. friend contributes thu following icciH8 and nssures us thai tint flhu Is not a very good cook, they have all Itirnod out beautifully: Steam Pudding. m I pi. sour milk; nip of brown cup of liulter; limping sugar; teaspoon of soda; I egg; I cup of inisins (other fruit as desired); Hour to make rather thick. Steam two hours. Serve with a pudding sauce. This is n Rood 8tilntiluto for the suet pudding. -2 -2 cup sugar; cup slightly warm water; .'I cups sifted (lour; cup if liulter or lard; egg; 3 teaspoons of baking powder; a pinch of gall; any llavnring desired. t 1 -2 1 Water Cake. DON'T BE A GOSSIPI In the current issue of Farm anil Fireside Hilda Richmond writes an article urging the development of clubs among farm women but she issues the following warning: "Only one thing is fatal to the happy social life of any country community, and that is gossip. If the ladies cannot find in the wide Held of housekeeping, cliicken-rai- s ing, preserving, care of children. public schools, music, art, reading public improvements, good govern ment, health, sewing, entertaining, and all other delightful houchold tasks, enough material to IKt the meetings abovu petty personalities, then the little club, or whatever it is called, is doomed. Whenever gos sip is allowed to creep into any or ganization people will begin to break up into little cliques or circles or groups, and the whole thing fails, LEARNING FROM BABY. We wns plnyln' horses Jus' the oili- HARVESTER WAS BOY'S IDEA er day. tAn' I was the driver, as wo 'greed 8uggeitd to Father Plan of Putting Large Scissor, tnatead of Sickles, in piay; on Reaping Machine. Johnny ho was harnessed as a horso you know, In 1830 Obcd Husaey of Ohio wa An' he cut up balky didn't want lo Inventing a reaping machlno, tho flrst go. oyer designed In this country. Ills i chief difficulty was the cutting device, An' ho kepi which wns throe largo sickles, set In an' a frame and revolrcd so as to cut 'round, Wouldn't let mo drive him, but a Into tho grain. It would not work satisfactorily. A young son, watching way I found, For while he was ravin' I picked up tbo experiments, asked his father why ho did not uso a lot of big scissors, a stick with ono handlo fastened to ono bar An' to slop his anlics, I give him a and tho other handle, to a sliding bar, lick.. thus opening and closing them. Hub-scInstantly adopted tho Idea, subNot a hnrd one, mind you jus' a stituting for scissors the two blades which are In common lillle crack; My IhT) way ho hollered, I thought usa today on harvesters, tho cutting action being quite similar to that of I'd broke his back; lie was all for qultlln,' said il was- scissors. From tho boy's suggestion he pern't fair, fected In ono week n machlno on As if they don't whip horses when which he had In vain exercised all they pitch an' rare. his Ingenuity for tho preceding two Lexington Leader, years. The principle of that cutting devfeo Is the principle of all of the great harvesting machines, and Its THE TOWN MOUSE AND THE benefit to tho farming Industry of tho COUNTRY MOUSE. entire world has been unsurpassed by Once upoir a lima n town mouse any other Invention for use on tho farm. Georgo F. Stratton, In St. went to see a country mouse. Nicholas. For dinner the country mouse set out the best food thai could bo got MUCH FUN TO SHOVEL SNOW in tho country. It was nothing but some dry corn and wheat. Janitor of Kansaa City Public School "Why do you live hero in tho Create Apparatus to Make Small Boy'a Pastime Useful. Held?" asked the town mouse. "Arc you content to live on corn and The yard of the Yacger school at wheat for tho rest of your life? Why, at home I have nil kinds of Nineteenth street and Indiana avenue Is large and the walks extend nearly good things. Come with nio to town around the block, says the Kansas I will show you things to eat thai City Star. When covered with snow, will make your mouth water." "I to clean them off Is a difficult job. should be very glad to go with you," said the country mouse. "I have wished for a long lime to leave the country." Thai evening they sel out for tho home of the town mouse. II wns night when they got to tho fine house in which the town mouse livy d FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door SIX POORS Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- Now that tbo fall and winter Is coming on, tho boys and girls will bo looking for something In the way of Indoor games to amuse their guests at their evening parties, and the boy or girl that can get up something new Is always In demand. A very good gaino which can be arranged without much trouble Is called tho 'detective's note book, and Is supposed to test tho skill In recognizing villains for whom a big reward Is offered, If you have nothing to go by but a picture. Tho apparatus required Training that adds to your g power, combined with general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commer. cial. FOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wa can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress 3rd Door For Berea's General Academy Course ( those who are not expecting to teach and who are not going thru College, but desire more general education. This Is just the thing for those preparing for medical studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives the best general education for those who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4 Is 4th Door Berea's Normal School training for those who expect t teach. that young people can teach through the sfsF Making the Profile. This gives the very best Courses aro so arranged summer and fall and attend school through tho winter and spring, thus earning money to keepright on in their course of study Read Dinsmoro'a great book, "How to Teach a District School." a smooth board, somo Bheets of which paper, a sheet and a candle. The board Is hung upon tho wall with a choir In front of It, but not too cIobo. About ten feet away have a lighted candlo, the other lights being put out. Ask a boy to sit In the chair, which should havo a back high enough to hold his head steady, so that the shadow of his profile falls upon a sheet of paper tacked to the board. Run around tho outline of this profile quickly with a soft pencil. Put a number on It, and the boy's name. Ask another boy to take tho chair while your assistant cuts out tho profile) you havo Just made. In a few minutes you will have half a dozen and you may stick In one or two fake profiles to add to the fun. Now hang your sheet whore the folding doors go, between two rooms If possible, and set your candle on a table In ono room, while your guests tako their places In tho other. Each person should have a slip of paper to write down opposite tho number you call out the name of tbo boy they think the profile belongs to, the numbers you have put on them being not In order of course, but any number you please, such as 46 and 81. Standing In tho back room, about of the way from the candle to the sheet, you can hold up a profile so that It throws a shadow, but the outline will be so big and look so curious that you will be astonished how hard It Is for a person to guess It, even If It Is that person's own profile. The winner at this game Is the one who gets the greatest number of correct guesses. It you have slipped In one or two fake profiles you will find that somo one or other will be sure one-thir- d 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course In This is the straight road to College best training Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory Academy Is now Berea's largest department Mathematics, subjects. Tht 6th Door Berea College and provides standard This la the crown of the whole institution, courses in all advanced subjects. Questions Answered BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with its affiliated schools, is not a g institution. It requires 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 Bave in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students coma from tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings, and many assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their1 expenses. 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 la tha best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniform, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week. In the fall, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 and money-makin- ed. It's a Poor Rule that Won't Work Both Ways, (liy I.. M. Thornton in Farm Journal) Hahy is always learning from me. and so one afternoon I decided that possibly I could learn something from him by applying lo my own g some of the rules mane for him. When he has a slight cold I al ways give him plenty of water and very little food nothing al all ilifll-ru- ll to digest. Thus with nn extra thickness of flannel over his chest to guard against croup or pnep-mou- ia THE BARNYARD. I feel sure that ho will recover within a day or two. When When the Farmer's day is done, similarly afflicted I have always In tho barnyard, cv'ry one, practiced, "feed a cold and starve .t Beast and bird politely say, fever." "Thank you for my food today." When baby is cross and nervous take him into a dark room and lie Tho row says, "Moo!" down with him. F.vcn though ho The pigeon, "Cool" does not sleep thepiiel and rest are The sheep says, "Baal" siiillcieut to restore his good nature. Tho lamb says, "Maal" When I get at outs with tho world Tho hen, "Cluck I Cluck I" I Iry to reorganize everything from "Quack!" says tho duck; the vegetable cellar to the family eat. Result, general discomfort for The dog, "Bow Wow!" myself and every one else. Why Tho cat, "Meow!" not n half hour of quiet in a darkTho horse says, "Neigh I" ened room? I love sweet hay I" When baby has a slight attack of bowel trouble I put a bandngo of Tho pig near by heavy warm flannel over his Grunts in his sly. stomach and intestino and Icavo il on until ho has entirely recovered. When tho barn is locked up tight, Sometimes I give a cupful of warm Then tho Farmer says, "Good-night- l" water. For a similar attack of my own I doso with drugs, sedatives, Thanks his animals, cv'ry one, narcotics, painkillers and nostrums For I ho work thai has boon done. of various kinds, finally ending with Maud Burnham. n visit to tho doctor. Why not try the flannel bandages? When baby falls, bruising his flesh or straining cords and ligaments, li A CHEERFUL TEMPER. batho tho injured place in water as A clieerful trmper, joined with warm as ho can bear. When I fall innocence, will mate beauty attracI rush for tho arnica or the chlorotive, knowledge drlielitful and wit form liniment bottle; and yet ho usgood naiured. It will lighten sickually recovers more quickly than I ness, sorrow, novelty and afil ction; can hopo lo. it will convert ignorance into an I keep baby in tho fresh air as amiable simplicity and render muoli as possible, I dress him in Addison. itseil agreeable. loose comfortable clothing, I give him simple food and insist thai ho Smallest Mammals. have a goodly amount of sleep. In snnilli-f- t of iniiiiiniiiln nre (he providing for myself I utterly Ignore The creamoiiKclIke shrew - iiiwturnl. all these things, to my own sorrow ture Hint hunt for worms nnil InxtTtH and sulTering. An egirxhpll In wixmIh mid ini'iiclnw. Haby is learning from mo day by would make n burn for a mother shrew day; why not learn somo lessons and ber tittle ones. from him? well-bein- "We will go al once to the pantry, for I know you are hungry," said the (own mouse. In the pantry on the shelf they found a bowl of cream, a pile of bread and other good things. "You are righl," said tho country mouse. "II is much better to live here than in Hie country." They had just begun to eat when a big cat came Into tho pantry. Tho two mico jumped to tho floor and ran into a hole. Tho country mouse was very much frightened but tho town mouse said "Don't be frightened; il is nothing but the cat, and slio cannot get into this hole." After a while thoy went lo tho kitchen. Hut beforo they could get to the table, a big dog jumped up from under it. "Hun back to tho hole," cried tho town mouse. When they got there, tho country mouse said, "You have many lino things in town anil I havo very poor food in tho country; but I can at least eat in peace there. I think I had better go back." So ho lcfl tho town mouse and ran bark to the country as fast ns ho could. Quintus Horalius Flacctis. - " A Snowplow Operated by Boy Powr. So Bernard M. C. Walter, head Janitor of the school, and bis little helper, Sammy, built a anowplow to do tho work. It may be hauled by a horse, but lacking such motive power, Wal- ter hitched 12 youngstera to the contrivance and In half an hour bad the sidewalks around the school and the school yard cleared off. Four boys ride the plow to weight ft down. It Is fitted with Iron runners. Tho question of taking turns was a difficult matter to solve and required severe commands of the principal. WINTER PASTIME $7.00 In Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM Incidental Fee Room VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION NCIIOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLKOB FOR BOYS Af- Velocipede Built on Sled Runners fords Much Amusement Where 8now and Ice Is Available. $ 6.00 5.60 $ 6.00 7.00 $ 7.00 7.00 Sled runners take tho place of the Profile Finished. two wheels on this veloclpodo so that It can travel on snow or Ice. A they know the boy and will write his spiked wheel with cranks on Its shaft name opposlto the number you call Is mounted at ono sldo of tho front out. runner. Tho novel part of the drlv- It Is better to confine the profiles to boys, because girls aro too easily ' recognized by the way they do up their hair, and besides girls do not make good villains for detectives to hunt. Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept 10, 1913 Board 7 weeks, dut Oct 29, 1913 Total for term If paid In advance WINTER Incidental Fee Room 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 9.45 $23.15 9.45 $32.90 $29.O0 TERM $ 5.00 6.00 9.00 $31.40 $ 6.00 $32.40 $ 7.00 ' Board G weeks 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 11.20 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 S3 1.70 Amount due Dec. 31, 1913 $20.00 Board 6 weeks due Feb. 11, 1914 9.00 Total for term If paid In advance $29.00 Snow Velocipede. Ing mechanism Is wheel slides up and so that it can be ground for coasting An that tho spiked off down In the fork raised downhill. the Decadence. action being tried In an English court had to do with a dlsputo ns to the quality and condition of a gas pipe that had been laid In the ground a number of years beforo. "It Is an old plpo," stated ono of tho witnesses, "and therefore out of condition." The Judgo remarking dry that "people-- do not necessarily get out of condition by being old," the witness promptly replied, "They do, my lord. If burled In the ground." In Dark Mark Twain' Walk. Upon a certain occasion Charles Dudley Warner, who was friend and neighbor to Mark Twain, asked him to go walking, and Mark, as usual, refused. Dudley summoned all bis powers of persuasion to no purpose. "You really ought to do It, you know," be said finally. "It's according to scripture." chestNo nuts on mo If you please," warned the humorist. "Olvo me your authority." "Fifty chapter of Matthew, verse the " said Mr. Warner, readily. It roads like this: 'And whoevor shall compel thee to go a milo, go with him, Twain.' " Needless to say, Twain went with Dudley for that walk. forty-first,- '$28.50 10.70 This does not include the dollar deposit nor jnoy for books or laundry. nrffl1 TTrniillciiB Pltetna.e lYinth Fall Total Stenography and Typewriting $14.00 $12.00 $10.00 $36.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .... 14.00 10.U0 12.00 36.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 7.00 6.00 6.00 18.00 Business course studies for students in other departments: Stenography 10.60 9.00 7.60 27.00 Typewriting, with one hour's use 7.00 of Instrument 6.00 6.00 18.00 Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. Washington' Death. Georgo Washington died the last hours of tho day, tho last day of the week, of tho last month of the year, of tho last year of tbo eighteenth century. Bare Truth. What Is that which no one wishes to have yet no one wishes to lose? A UJUU UUAU Arlth., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 1.80 1.60 6.40 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. d young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea if there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring und have Many young people waste time in the a full year of continuous study public schools 'going over and over the same things, when they intent he Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies "ith some of the best young men and women from other countien and able-bodie- Way. (sclnUl- - Why are fixed stars like wicked old men! llecause they sin till late Repairing a Cathedral. Alxiut llfty workmen mi nruiiinent ty employed In keeping St. Puul'x cathedral In repair. "Soleful." Why Is wit like a Chinese lady' foot? Uecause brevity Is the soul of IL states. Applicants must bring; or send a testimonial avowing that they are above 16 years old, in good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or soma reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, Winter Term opened Dec. 31st. Hurry up I For information or friendly Milvn-- write to the Secretary D WALTER MORTON. Berea. Ky. Page EiRht I THE CITIZEN January i, 1014. ing. Dr. Bolkln of Berea is tho at- -' In accomplishing theso results turned in toward making tho paper a difference. tending physician. Public School Mrs. Stewart has had only local better. Tho family is stirred tip In a closed at this place, Dec. 22nd. forces to assist her. Tho public Wo uso an expcnslvo paper for pleasant manner onco a week when Willlo McKlnsy had his foot cut off school teachers, tho ministers, other our printing, and good typo, and In Tho Citizen arrives. by a train near Conway a few days professional men and tho other pa- all ways spend lavishly to niako Tho children want lo got al the ogo. A. D. Lovcll and wlfo visited triotic citizens of tho county havo Tho Citizen as good as it can possi- children's column. They aro learning lo read and thoy want lo read In. his parents Saturday and Sunday. done tho work. Tho teachers havo bly be. tho newspaper. Tho Citizen has a. Tom Sims of Munice, Ind., is visit- homo tho heaviest portion of tho Wo get no money from any polisalM (IcMd U fsH y ths writer. Tit mom Mrrwa4MM rMllM! ing relatives and friends near Boono burden and aro entitled to tho great- tical parly, and nono from advertise- column on purposo for them. U tat tor Mktlaa, kit i aa rrkUmw H fot UlU. Writ saury. at present. Ervin lllalr of Harlan er shnro of commondatlon. Then perhaps an older boy or girl" ments of liquor or tobacco or diswill read to tho wholo family what County is visiting E. C. Blair. W. Thcro is nothing unusual about honest schemes or fako medicines. Inlnmcnt, but was disappointed by has to tell of tho news It. Grant and wlfo nro visiting his tho pcoplo who havo stood In the We cannot furnish the piper for Tho Citizen tho failure of Prof. Montgomery of JACKSON COUNTY. parents near this place. firing line. I mean thcro Is no less than one dollar a year, sixty of the world. It rests tho father and Ucrca who failed lo.nppcar and givo Doublellck. tho mother lo think of tho things special ability or quality that dif- cents for six months, thlrly-flv- o farming, as was expectChristmas us a talk on Douhlellck Dec. 29. Rockford. ferentiates (hem from other peo- cents for thrco months. Send in a oulsido their littlo valloy. ed. Several from this placo nre pased off quitcly and most every And there is the money value Tho Rockford, Dec. 29. Wo nro hav- ple. Tho teachers were for tho postal order today, payablo lo Tho bo at Dcrca tho 31st, body seemed to enjoy themselves. planning to mother tavti money becauso of tho ing plenty of rain and snow at this most part trained in tho common Citizen, Berca, Ky. Squlro A. J. ready things sho gets from Tho Citizen. Santa must havo been tho causo of Baker to enter school. was in this writing. Rov. G. E. Childress of schools of tho county nnd in the of Parrot, Ky., The The father makes money becauso of tho second snow this year. ago assessing Johnclta preached his farowell ser- Morchcad Normal School. A few a few days INDIVIDUAL PREMIUMS. Misses Pollic McCollum's and Stella vicinity tho things ho gels from Tho Citizen. mon at Macedonia, Dec. 28th, after have attended tho Slato Normal Sparks' school closed Deo. 10th, al fines against several of tho boys for being pastor of that church for two School at Richmond. They nro no As already explained The Citizen And thcro is tho education and tho being drunk. so J. H. Thomas'. All had a very years. His departuro was grievous better equipped for their work than is so costly a paper lo edit and pub- religion of 11. Tho nearby Sunday nice time. Robert Callihan and to all present, ns ho was well liked hundreds of other teachers among lish that wo cannot reduco tho School sometimes runs down, nnd CLAY COUNTY. Charlie Gabbard visited Iluthford by all. Mrs. M. J. Thomas, who has tho mountains. price. Wo have, howovcr, secured tho preacher comes only onco a Burning Springs. and Joseph Callahan from Sunday is this distinct quality three good bargains for our readers. month; but The Citizen comet every been sick so long is no belter. Mr. But there until Wednesday. Willlo and Gip Our 0. M. Payno of Disputanla is al- in tho majority of tho teachors; Burning Springs, Deo. 20. Any person who sends us ono dol- week. And tho young folks nro profiled sited their schools closed today with a very most blind caused by having medi- they arc filled with patriotism; thoy lar for a new subscription or n reSlcwart of Wildio by tho news, tho stories, nnd tho grandmother Mrs. Sallio Martin thru Interesting Christmas exhibition. put into his eyes sixteen days have seen a vision; they have" had a newal may by adding twcnly-flv- o cine Christmas. Tho Misses Pollio and ftoy House, our principal, will en- ago. Since that timo ho has suffer- dcllnito and common program and cents receive- n premium worth one bright things that are especially for Maggie McCoIlurn attended tho Holi- ter tho Department ed untold misery and it is feared have stood shoulder to shoulder In dollar. Thcro aro three premiums them. Do you wish your larger Collegiate ness meeting nt Pino Grove Tuesday of Berca College this winter. Mrs. ho will almost lose his eyesight. a common cause. They havo work- two for women: a Jack-knif- e, n pair boys and girls lo bo contented nnd night. Mrs. Calhcrino McColIum John Peters, nee Laura McDanicl, of Mr. Payno is n good citizen and wo ed logcther, and tho ministers and of scissors, and a book tho House- happy al home, then givo them Tho Citizen. visited her daughter Mrs. Allic Hamilton, 0., Is spending the holi- aro all very sorry that such an ac- oilier pcoplo of tho county havo hold Guide. A family that docs not havo Tho Callihan from Sunday till Wednes- days with her mother, Mrs. Scrada cident as this has occurred. Tho worked with them. Thoy have not The Knife is razor steel, white or ( day. Wallle Hcllard returned homo McDanicl. The many friends of Mr. Stephen Witt farm located near tho shirked Citizen is sure to drop behind. a singlo duty. Many havo black rough horn handle. Monday from Hamilton, 0. Geo. McDaniel aro glad to welcomo top of Scaffold Cane hill, has been (oiled from 7 o'clock in tho morning The Scissors nro six inches long, him homo after an nbenco of scvor-- al sold to some one in Hcrca. This is till lale at night doing their part razor steel, strongly hinged, with UNITED STATES NEWS Hugh. years in California. Jesse Mag-ga- one of the oldest settlements in this of Ibis great task. They havo done black japanned handles. (Continued from 1'igo one.) Hugh, Dec. 29. Christmas passed is homo again after an ab section. Wesley Billion's horse ran this on small salaries nnd received The Household Guide is a wcll providing for off quietly at this place. Tho sence at Hydcn, Leslie County, where away Sunday, the 28th. Tho har- no additional pay for working over bound book of 178 pages, illustrated. havo caused tho law, total prohibition In tho Slato of Misses Bertha and Bculah Fowler ho has been superintending the ness was completely torn up. No time. They worked for tho work's Here are some of tho things it conCalifornia, to be put on tho ballot visited friends and relatives in Be- - building of n business block for his tains: in (lie 1911 election. Bob Viars of son. Dr. 0. O. Maggard. Mrs. Dan-th- ls rca Christmas week. Rules for Good Health. The measure prohibits the snlo place has moved to Narrow Gap. iel McDaniel has been quite sick. Caro of tho sick, homo remedies, of intoxicating mid manufacture Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bengo of Mrs. Dr. Hornsby is recovering from babies and children. liquors in the slate except for mediG.1 SUCCESS Happy Hollow were tho guests an injury to one of her limbs. J. Beauty, Manners and Amusements. cal and scientific purposes. r. Christmas of the lattcr's parents, White, n student of tho Normal Homo Management, Complete Cook When the vision conies to your waiting brain and Mrs. Kindred. A. J. Rose partmcnt of Berea College, is spend-i- s And lights your eyes with a joyous gleam, Book. Don't give it up when it seems in vain, still sick. Frank Campbell of ing tho holiday with his mother, The Every Day File is a new Dream! Mississippi is in our midst. Bat Mrs. Katie White Wo all enjoyed premium desired by many of our CINCINNATI MARKETS and George Bongo visited relativcsi a quiet and pleasant Christmas with subscribers. It is a most handy Hut never stop with the dream alone; hook in which may ho tiled newsat Bobtown and Dreyfus last Sat- bountiful dinners and good cheer. Just shape and form it ns best you can; Corn Old corn Is quoted as foBy dreams accomplished arc true men known; paper clippings, letters, and all imurday and Sunday. The ncwhouso Hentz Maupin returned from his No. 2 llow: Plan! very danger yellow No. 2 whlto portant papers that aro in work near Cincinnati with a that is being built for Melvin 7Ct477c, No. 2 mixed 744 on Chestnut Knoll is progressof being lost or mixed up. Tho 75c. Now corn Is quoted ok follows: serious case of smallpox. Then toil and struggle must'hold you fast; ing nicely. No. 3 whlto G34CG4Hc No. i white picture shows it. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. You may not loaf and you dare not shirk; This is your burden from first to last, Your scrap book is your treas- WtUGlVtc, No. 3 yellow M0C4Hc, Smith of Crooked Lane made a busiOWSLEY COUNTY. 3 mixed 69 Work! ure house; in it is needed informa- No. 4 mixed C9ft60c, No. white car ness trip to Berea last Monday. Posey. CCOc. mixed car S9C2c. G. M. Bcnge visited tion anil help for each member of &9(rC2c, yellow car G4fG6c. Mr. and Mrs. Posey, Dec. 20. Our beautiful And if men scorn you and if they jeer Hay No. 1 timothy $18, standard the family. There is tho new recipe at tho following places Christmas: weather ha.s passed and brought us And war upon you by day and night. which you saved for tho time when timothy 117, No. 2 timothy 116. No. 3 Hatchers Run; Paradise, Ashhoppcr, a snow last night. Elmer, Earl and Stand up anil show them you havo no fear, Fight! company comes; and there are timothy $14, No. 1 clover mixed and Crooked Lane and reported a i.ermon Wilson returned homo this No. 2 clover mixed $13, No. 1 clover those valuablo farm suggestions $13.S0Crl4, No. " clover $12Q12.&0. Merry Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. M week from Kings Mills where they And, though you weary and though you tire by Professor Montgomery; and the Oats No. 2 whlto 43(f&3Hc, stnnj-ar- d Azbill of Diiluth aro visiting on havo been at work, to spend And, though your heart and soul are sick, 42Uc, No. 3 whlto WUQWAc, poems too which may bo learned Hatchers Run, This you must do, through Hood and flrc, The folks. Christmas with home 40041c. No. 2 mixthen No. 4 whlto whltt 3 Stick! for Hie school exhibition; Christmas tree given by tho graded mixed 41041c, ed 41V4042, No. there is tho joke which you wanted No. 4 mixed 40(f41c. McKoe. school at the Buck Creek house And so. at last, by the years you spend to tell but couldn't quite remember, Wheat No. 2 red 97W(T99c. No. McKec, Dec. 27. James Reynolds, Christmas evening wasn't a very The fret and worry, the zeal nnd zest my, you are glad you kept that; and 3 red 944C964c, No. 4 red 81r93c You win at last to the journey's end, ono of McKee's best etizens, died great success owing to so much Poultry liens, light 12c, hoary thoso lino methods by Dr. McAllister U0Stl 9 He; springers, largo 12 He; Friday night of pneumonia after a drinking. Willio Kincaid, who has BURTON B HALEY which will make your school bet- HVjc; roosters small 14Vic; ssirlng springers, few days illness. Mrt Reynolds had been in school at Barbourville, came ter. There they all are thosit ducks, white, 4 lbs and over, 15c; lived here for about twenty years, home last Saturday to spend Christ-H- e things which you would have been1 ducks, under 4 lbs, 14c; turkeys, toms, was a man noted for activity in mas vacation, but will return soon. sorry lo forget safo in tho flic. ' old, 10 lbs and over, 20c; young tur10 lbs and over, 19H; all Christian work. His church has also Mr. Lester Rowland who has That is, they are there if the Cfti- -' keys, toms, lost ono of its best members. His been in school at Richmond. They nun linrf. W. II. Slenhens has ntir- - sake and toiled in order to free zen comes lo your homo each week young turkeys, "0 lbs and over, 20c; culls wifo and children a good affection both wero visitors at tho Graded ctmscl a flno jersey cow. James Rowan county from the burden of and you have a pair of Citizen turkeys, Prlmo Sc. Kkkh lints 32H033c, firsts illiteracy. They labored to make ate father and husband. After tho school this week Vaughn's children aro with their and this new Every Day Filo. 31'ic, ordinary firsts 30c, seconds 25c. 10 o'clock Sun-- 1 reach all the people. scissors funeral service at t'nttle Shippers $C.7G7.85, extra uncle, Isaac Martin, at this writing. their schools $808.23; butcher steers, extra $7.C0 day morning tho body will bo inSturgeon. nlnrn linsclns- - They made personal appeals to peoTim cdtniil fit 7.75, good to cholco $C.25ft7.40, com-mo- n terred in tho McKeo cemetery. Slurgeon, Dec. 20. Grant Fry'p,1 willi Miss Annie Uocie as teach- - ple, taught old people in homes as to fair $4.75,G; heifers, extra Tho young pcoplo who are home for closed his very successful school pr S10 was a g00li gjr an,j Wcll well as in tho night schools and $7.2507.50, good to cholco $G.7507.1C, eleven-hundre- d common to fair $4.7586.50; cows, exthe holidays aro tho Misses Emma year last Tuesday. Miss Ethel Wil- - ikoJ by all who knew her. Hobl. ceased not until tho tra $6.1006.25, good to cholco $5.75 illiterates had Sparks and Fairy Reynolds, Stan- - son, who is doing private nursing n0vman, wjf0 and littlo daughter and fifty-tw- o s 06, common to fair $3.2505.25, Over been reduced to twenty-thre- e. icy Lncio and suss oraco tngie an at Louisville, is spending llio lion- - Marv were in Hockford Sundav. j $34.25. from Berca and Hugh Collier from days with homo folks. Miss Hattio Ora Viars is at homo for a few days 1,500 pupils wero enrolled in the $5.7506.25, extra Dolls Bologna State University. The Silver Lin- - Wilson, who has been in school at fnm, Illinois, yhero he lias been day schools and about 2.500 were $6.3506.50 rat bulls $GO6.50. Calves Kxtra $'2, fair to good ing Circle of King's Daughters gavu Berca this fall, spent Christmas wnrking for a win e. urn seems 10 reached in Iho night schools and $9.50011 75, common nnd large $G0 their annual banquet in the Chapel with homo folks and returned to ))0 we) pleased with his trip. home campaigns. Mrs. Stewart has 11.50. evening, the 19th. Plates Berea, Monday. Mr. Harl Tate who m.,aVi .January 10th, is the day set been tho director of all this work. Hogs Tho market was steady towere laid for thirty. After tho feast ,as been visiting the home of the .,, caj( a pastor at Scaffold Cano Tor Without her leadership it would day. Selected heavy $8.10, good to cholco packers and butchers $8,050" of good things to cat tho guests former thru Christmas vacation re- - (l0 veai. jon, yvc ,0,)0 au mcm-wcr- o have been impossible. Without out8.10, mixed packers $7.9008, stags entertained by toasts and af-- turned to Berea Monday. Roscoo i,ers'will be present. Mrs. Malissa side assistance, with seemingly in$ 1.23 0 6.S5, common to cholco heavy ter dinner stories. I). G. Collier, Hruwer leaves Thursday for Cin-- J Marlj made a Hying trip to Itich-wif- o surmountable obstacles in her own fat sowh $l.fi0ff7.G0, extrn $7.65, light wero at Green cinnati where he is planning to take jnnmi lasl overcome, with only her and two children shippers $7.75 0 7.95, pigs (110 lbs and veo( returning Sunday. county to less) $6.5007.70. Hall Saturday and Sunday to at- - a course of telegraphy. Delhert nca(j riio Citizen and get inform-atlen- d own peoplo to assist she has actho funeral of Mrs. Collier's cook loft Tuesday Tor Berea after ation as well as news, complished n task that no other brother, C. A. Minlcr. Miss Emma, spending vacation with homo folks. County Superintendent has ever atWAVES STRIKE LINER. Jones of Tyner is visiting her sis- tempted. Uabbit hunting was tho chief1 ter, Mrs. C. P. Moore. Sheriff Lit- - sp, t enjoyed by Hlano Wilson, Harl What has lieen dono in this mounNow York. Tho C'ydo liner Scml-- j MIRACLE IN ROWAN COUNTY tlo and C. P. Moore, County Attor- - - pate. Itoscoe. Norman. Lucian and THE tain county can bo dono in every nolo arrived nnd passengers told noy, aro in Cincinnati this week William II. Brewer for Christmas. county in the state. Pluck, WHAT THE CITIZEN DOES FOR ITS thrilling talc of a giant comber Hint In 1910 there were, according to other buying furniture- and Library for yr p., s. and Blanc Wilson found courage, leadership, a dcllnito proleft tho steamer hnlf wrecked. Tho READERS tho U. S. census, 1,152 illiterates in gram, a vision, an indomitable will vessel narrowly escaped being sunk their new office. it an easy task to cook the ChristRowan County. Now there nre 23! Hugh Wallace, with nil on board. Whoever possesses required. mas turkey on their new "Homo Theso twenty-thre- e aro classified as are In every community within 100 third olllccr, was on the bridge during Gray Hawk. theso can do what Mrs. Stewart has comfort" ranges that arrived just follows: of Heron, you will find a few a tearing gale from the north. Suddono; it will bo impossible to ac- miles Gray Hawk. Dec. 25. Tho Christ in time. The home folks wero much "Too stubborn to learn, '; Con- - complish such results without them. leading families, and in most cases denly out of tho boiling northwest masi tree nt Gray Hawk was quite pleased to have Clark Wilson homo ttvmctl inva,s r sjck during you will llnd that theso leading enmo a crag of water. "It hit us amid-shiJohn F. Smith. occasion. Thcro was lor the holidays. Ho returns t0,.,.,.,, q. Defective an and tho bemlnolo lay over," said t, 0; families lake Tho Citizen. It makes Wallace. sentsforall. Lilllo hearts were Madison tho 3rd. Idiots'. 5: 'moved in during closing An Outsider. mado glad by dolls and other nlco davs of campaign, 2, Suitor Your daughter, sir well, crpresents by Mr. and Mrs. Do Young. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. is tho result of a campaign ane MM me to come to you-s- he Tin's says and others. A. D. Privett is plan Boone. started by tho County Superinten- you no- - I unilersloml. rntcr-Qii- lte ning to put a now roof on his dwel Boone. Dec. 29. A nico baby boy dent, Mrs. Cora Wilson Slcwart, or Mr. Mr. ling house soon. J. U. Bingham is arrived at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. two years ago to wfpo illiteracy Let'H see. nre you Why. Itronson I'm Mr. Suitor- planning to build a now housosoon. jmver Thomas on the 2Uh. Mar- - from tho county. It is tho first prac- - Wllililes? Lender. There will bo a quarterly meet- - ion Povntcr died at tho homo of his .lomnneirniinn nf llin ability ing held nt tho M. E. church at fallori )Cc. 20th, after a lingering iof uiq ,)COpo or a political unit to A Mechanical Craving. That mei liniiliul craving which Gray Hawk, Dec. 27th and 28th by illness. Ho leaves a father, mother, t.,1ICalo all their pcoplo that lias got over Is u loiiiinnn one. .My tho new Elder, Bro. Ragan. Every- - an(i several sisters and brothers to1!,,,,,,, furnished by any portion of . Thcro body is invited lo attend. oss Tho body was laid tlu United States. No other county own father- - with n twlxt toward lis to walk iiliout with u bit will bo a dedication of tho new hos- - to rest at Fairview graveyard. Tho jn an America lias such a record. hoiYt'H-iix- i-d puai in, uray iinwn now leui s uuy bereaved havo our deepest sympa-b- y It is a demonstration of the cfll of Mtniw In lilt mouth. I have traveled across the Atliinlle with u mini vvho Iho Itov. DoYoung and others. iy. Juno Thomas, who has been ciency of tho rural schools when could not get iiIoiik without a "cold Everybody is invited to attend from Hick for some time, is no better. they aro enlisted in a common clwir." nnd the one InMed him from Lots of Good Business 12:00 to 3:00 p.m.-u- ur school closes .mis. Wheeler returned lo her homo cause. It is also a demonstration of I.lverHol to New York. And these Friday week. Wo havo bad a good at Nina a few days ago after a plea- Hie ability of tho mountain people iiuteH an- - written by n smoker with u teacher, Mr. Frank W. Jones. sant visit with her daughter, Mrs. lo handle thoir own problems. want u pipe, cold pipe in tils mouth. J. II. Lambert. There will bo meet Mrs. Stewart did not borrow her but the tobacco In it iimoiintM to about Clover Bottom. ing at tho colored church near Bo- - Ideas from anybody else. The plan a quarter of it si ounce u week. London Clover Bottom, Dec. 22. J. II. See," rea, Jan. Uli, conducted by the Holi originated with her. An old mother Chronicle. people. Everybody como out who could not wrilo to her daughono of our oldest citizens, died Argentina. cenlly with a cancer. Ho leaves 'i mid hear Iho gospel without ter, a father who could not road Thcro Is no free laud In Argentina, HENRY LENGFELLNER! Manager ' Sunday was Children's a good book, a young man who nor Is any other special Inducement wife, several children and many price. Tinihop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. Phone 7 or 187 offered to ngrleiiltiiriil settlers. friends to mourn his loss. Born to' day at Fairview. John Gadd of could not write out n song ballad Mr. and Mrs. Chailes Narvcls, the Clear Creek was in this vicinity a wero Iho peoplo who led her to THE CITIZEN PREMIUMS. P. S. The same to us. Don't forget us this year. lOlh Inst., a bouncing boy. His fw days ago. John Million of near start a campaign to teach every Call us up. Write or see us. Tho Citizen is not out to mnko name is Wm. Albert. Miss Martha Carlersvillo passed thru Boono i Illiterate in her county to rend nnd Dean closed her school at Long fow days ago. Mrs. II. T. Chasleon write. It was a great task, but ft money. Branch tho 19th with a fine enter- - who has been quilo sick, is iinpiov- - has been accomplished. Every cent Tho Citizen makes Is East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else rd do-M- Az-b- ill "l(tic. can-ncr- Sal-Frid- flaHMflflaflafl - cam-enjoya- p eye-sigh- d hi I Mae-terlln- We Wish You A Very Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR 1 re-'ne- ss Berea School of Roofing I Hurry in Your Subscription Begin with the Year!