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Citizen Knowledge is power tad tk way to keep up with moitrn knowlodge it to read a good newspaper. Vol. XV. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUAIlY Ono Dollar a Year. No. 28 Berea's Winter Term Booming weather Notwithstanding Iho unplcnsant now students nro still crowding In so Hint tho nltciulanco Is nioro tlmn a year ago after dropping a considerable number of students for lack of room In the Practice Schools. Tho routine work of registering students ami getting tlioin properly classified has never been performed so well as this year. Tho arrangements in tho dining room also have been very satisfactory. And Uio two now dormitories, Carolina Housonnd tho Wright House, arc a great satis DON'T QUIT. (By Marian Brewer) Keeping Accounts The Kentucky Commission of Rural Life makes, as one of its great recommendations, the suggestion that farmers ought to be more careful in keeping accounts. Of course, the farmer say$, " I don't have any big transactions, and there arc weeks at a time that I don't pass or get a dollar." All the same it pays a farmer to keep accounts. is a forehanded man, who is very prosperous and keeps no books. Let me tell you that he keeps books in his head. He takes time to think over the money he has received and the money hej has paid out. He does keep books in his head. And it is likely that he would save a great deal of time and worry if he kept his accounts ? on paper. The beginning of the year; is a good time to start accounts, and The Citizen hasaslced Prof. Livengood and Prof. Clark together to get up two articles of instruction for farm accounts. Let us make the new year (he biggest yet by getting more out of our farms, and takiner better care of all our possessions. UNITED STATES NEWS IN OUR OWN STATE faction and relief. There have been speclnl entertainments for new students almost every night nl tho College Chapel. Special arrangements nro mado to assist sludcnls who arc necessarily late In arriving. Special attractions nro offered this year in tho Agricultural Course, tho cabinet organ, tho business course in ils new quarters, as well as In the special course for teachers by Dean McAllister nnd other members of the Normal Faculty. 11)11 starts well! con-ducl- ed WORLD NEWS Fight and the crowd stays with you, Quit, ami you'ro out of Hie raco; For be who quits goes down and out, Transferred From Mexico to Brazil. Sir Lionel Cardcn, tho English And who lights slips Into his place Minister to Mexico, is lo bo transferred to Brazil. It Is understood Dig and you reach rock bottom, unofficially thai the transfer has Quit, and you find only sand; some reference to his lack of symIs for the digger, For tho treasure pathy with (ho American altiludo For the quitter the rilled land. in regard lo Mexican affairs. As furrow, England has committed herself lo Mow, and you turn a smooth the support of tho American policy Quit, nnd your tools gather rust; you soon learn to burrow; in Mexico, it is desirable to have her Itoot, and Keep striving, and pay you II must. representative In Ibis troublous time in sympathy with the national coin on tho win- policy. Tho world lays ils German Unrest. ner. .For tho shirk It has no use nt all; The political situation In Germany So un with you: wrestle, you sinncrl Is decidoly ono of unrest tinder tho conditions which Or don't howl if you go to tho wall. now prevail, as tho Germans consi FEATURES. SPECIAL der that more than nny great nation We aro glad to print this week Europo Germany is capablo or on "The High Cost of Liv in an nriicli! The public mind ing" by Miss M. Adelia Fox, a teacher Is seriously ngitalcd over tho as In tho Foundation Schools. Miss sumptions of the military to suprc Fox "hits the nail on tho head," and macy over tho civil government, wn Miiruesl Hint nobody will be any which have been clearly acknowl tho wjrsc fpr reading what sho has edged by nrmy officers in connectto say on tho subject. affair. The comTimJ twinni nn ti.'iirn H was written bv ion with tho Zabern . , manding colonel acknowledged that Alexander, a colored man, Charles he caused the arbitrary arrest of a and Is ono which wo might all well passerby nn the street because ho impress upon our minus. suspected him of laughing at tho troops. Ho announced that II was THE LOCAL PAGE. his intention to order tho troops lo Modesty ii a virtue wo admit, but fire upon the citizens if any further loyal liorcaiin are kindly interested Instills were offered the military. llicH''neighbors are doing; His idea of an insult was any do in w' nod if von have done anything worth rogatory remark or attempt at ridi mentioning just send word to Tho etile. He declared that he con Citizen and let us include it on the sldered the military power vested local paglk in him independent of nnd superior (o that of Hie civil officers. Had No Tim. , did you Mtaa Americans In Egypt. allow jour mind to pierce the ie- rer Americans aro flocking to Egypt in to rwmi tlmt tub great numbers for tho winler. Trips cret of the.uiilvcrn of up dull, cold earth In hut ttie the Nile either by steamer or by age Int, tlmt mini In nil liU glory I private vessels, camel rides occupy every but the koII we tread, which their attention. They participated breeze waft In hii ever shifting maze, a general celebration of Newto l found nnd lot In nil Infinity of in Years' Day. dust of iiturlin. reunitimrtlclen-t- he ed and dissolved ax lonK an time shall A Jury of Women in London. endure? "An event which had not occurred Chnrlen No-o- . I ilunuo nn I did. Yon years was the cm see. I've Imd to enrn my living! Stray for over thirty panelling of twelve matrons to sit in Storle. (be trial of Ada Williams a woman who is accused of tho murder of CONTENTS THIS WEEK. her own son. Sho was found guilty Keeping AcPAGE i. Editorials Small Fire Losses in Vienna. counts. LegislaVienna with a population of Keeping Well; Our Stale 2,098,000 over an area of 100 squaro ture. miles, offers a marked contrast in Bcrea's Winter Term looming. Tho Teacher and Tho Temperance Iho matter of lire losses lo American eilies. The losses for Iho last year Question, (continued.) from 1,002 llres amounted to $355, World News German Unrest. U. S. News First Aeroplane Service 000. During tho samo period New York City had 8,155 llres with a loss in U. S. of $5,820,000. Tho Vienna fire de Ky. New's Tho New Legislature. parlment not only responds lo calls PAGE 2. Thinking You Think. for lire, hut to calls for all kinds of On Tho Funny Side. accidents in the streets and private Mind is Ilestored by Shock of Fall. buildings. All Gifts of God. Heavy Rains in Argentine. PAGE 3. Mountain Agriculturo The Argent Ino Republic is a fac Does it Pay lo Half Feed Stock. lor of great importance in the Ilaiso More Dairy Cows. world's market for food shifts. He- Experiment Station Barn Nears cent heavy rains in tho Argentine Completion. insuring a large export of grain Sunday School Lesson "Mission of crops broke down tho market for the Seventy." corn in Chicago, causing a declino Ihal was marked. Seven hundred 4. Ilerea News. PAGE nnd eight thousand bushels of corn College Hems. was received in ono day at GalvesNews of Madison County. ton, llrazil is also a factor of imPAGE S. lleducing tho High Cost or portance in tho production' of the Living, by M. Adelia Fox. world's supply of corn. Now Parcel Post Hates. Legation Homes. Citizen Premiums. The diplomatic appropriation hill to be reported about February 1st PAGE 0. "Cy Whittnker's Place." (continued.) contains items providing for tho purchase of homes for tho American Short Story, "Not a Had Match." embassy in Mexico City, Tokio, Ja- PAGE 7. A Corner For Women pau, and Home, Switzerland. Iho Kileheu Cabinet; A poem, "Tho averago price of tho premises in (lifts I Ask." each case is about $150,000. Tho Children's Hour "Tho Cat, tho General Election in Spain. Weasel and tho Hnbhit." Tho Spanish Parliament has been Verses for tho Llttlo Folk. Young Folks Huildiug Dlocks of dissolved by King Alfonso, and n Snow; English and American general election for a now parliament was ordered for March 8th, Hoys. when deputies will lie voted for, and PAGE 8. Eastern Ky. News. March I5lh, when Iho senators will A Poem "It Mailers Much." bo elected. Cincinnati Markets. (Continued on pare Five) semi-nutocra- tic Sentliiu-iitul-Cliurlfs- f The New Legislature. Student Volunteer Convention. Tuesday was the opening day 61 Ilenresontnllves from Student Mis sionary Volunteer Hands of America, the legislature and was taken up numbering about 5.000 young men in the routine business of organizaand women, are holding a conven tion. The officers chosen were: tion In Kansas City, Mo. Addresses ' In the Senate: by W. J. Bryan, J. 11. Molt, J. CampPres. Pro tern M. 0. Scott. bell White nnd others. Clerk Major Wiley Dixon. Tho total foreign missionary con tributions of American Protestant Doorkeeper Cass Shaw. Ben Salmon. churches for the last year were $10,- - Sergeanl-at-ArRecording Clerk Gates Young. 398,000. For the homo missionary In the House: purpose tho contributions were Speaker Claudo Tcrrill. much larger. , Clerk .lames B. Stone. "Honey Trust" Adjusts Itself. Assistnnl Clerk James Wickor. Sergeanl-at-ArJ. P. Morgan & Co,, tho leading Oscar Vest. American banking firm, has with Doorkeeper Jeff D. Bowman. drawn from nioro than a scoro of Much important legislation comes great corporations. up this session, the moro interestThe necessity of attending many ing bills being: Tho abolition of board meetings has been a serious third class teachers certificates; Iho burden and this move seems to in increase of the saloon license from dicate a movement toward tho end $100 lo $100. ing of "interlocking directorates' Tho capital is crowded wilh and the adjustment of big business lobbyists of all kinds, coming to along tho lines of present public further the interests of certain sentiment. bills. The Governor's message point? If we pray to the good Lord to keep our folks from Foreign Potatoes Barred. out the necessity of economy in Secretary Houston of the Depart sickness, it is certainly our duty to find out how to prement of Agriculture issued regula Slate affairs, is opposed lo increas vent sickness in every way we can. ing fax rales or issuing Slate bonus, tions against the importation of Now, there are a great many sicknesses that God from foreign countries into refers to tho reduction of illiteracy urges renewed efforts to never intended. They are the punishment for our carethe United States, to guard against and educational facilities, favors bel arter lessness. potato diseases. bitration in labor disputes, favors a Tho countries now barred aro If a child has measles or scarlet fever and we allow Newfoundland, the Islands of St. workmen's compensation law, anda person to go from his room to visit a neighbor, we commends tho work of tho Slato Pierre and Miquelon, Great Britain; are to blame for starting disease in that neighbor's houseDepartment of the nations of Europo and tho Dom Board of Health, the is "everybody's business to stop contagion." Public Iloads, the Prison Commishold. It inion of Canada. College and Norma) And if people who are warm step out into the cold American potato growers aro wor- sion, the State Schools and approves the Slato suddenly, they are bound to get chilled. Or if they go ried against the uso of second-han- d Banking department. Ho also urges around with wet or cold feet, they are bound to be made sacks unless they have been thoroly that Kentucky appropriates money sterilized. weaker and more ready to catch any disease that comes to give us proper representation at j the Panama Exposition. along. Record for Submarines. Four little submarines completed Mine Owner Ends Life. A good father is always providing shoes and shelter tho 700 miles between Guanlanamo, Erie Martin, a wealthy mino operand good food for his family. And a good mother is alCuba and Cristobal, Panama, without ator, former president of tho Conways "watching the ways of her household" to prevent a singlo mishap. Altbo tho eea was tinental Coal Corporation, whieh them from falling into sickness. rough and under tho trado winds, controls eighteen mines in He the small boats maintained, their County ended his life Monday mornL. speed and position for the five days ing. of the trip. The Navy Department ul Mr. Martin was an activo and declares this to bo the longest trip business man and no ejjwtic-iThe State Legislature meets in Frankfort this week. on record for any submarines under known for tbo suicide. HiBdjttti They can only meet every otheryear and sit for sixty days. their own power. was brought about by shooting himThis provision of the Constitution is to prevent them from First Aeroplane Service in U. S. self thru tho temple. doing mischief! The Kentucky State Legislature in recent Good Roads Association. Tho first daily aeroplane passengyears has probably passed a great many bad measures, Following the good roads week reer and express service in this counbut we want to give our legislators credit for all the good try was opened Jan. 1st between St. cently observed in Christian County, the men of that county have orPetersburg and Tampa, Fla. they do and we hope this legislature will make a record The first flight was mado in twenty-t- ganized a permanent good roads asfor service to the public welfare. This association will hree minutes at an averago sociation. Really it is a great study to know what kind of laws height of eighty feel, and the return mako recommendations to the Fiscal ought to be enacted. A member of the legislature who trip was made at the same speed. Court and, as the influential men ol does his duty has got to be uusy night and day studying A faro of five dollars each way is tho county are behind it, much good for the public welfare. Let such men be watched and prayed charged, or ten dollars round trip. is expected. There aro other counties that for and honored. Rural Students Good Mathematicans. might follow this example to adProf. David Ftothrock of Indiana vantage. University says rural students are Farmers' Week at The Question better malhemathicans than city Tho Farmers' week Lexington. at tho Stato scholars. 250 students wero grouped Experiment station opened Monday. according to parentage. Prof. John F. Smith There will bo exhibits of poultry, Tho students from tho farm aver- dairy and beef cattle, sheep, horsce, In Professor Smith's last article CO per cent of thoso who died wero aged 82.t on their final examinations swine and farm products. Attractbo discussed tho relation of alcohol execssivo drinkers. 30 per cent the professional class averaged 74.5 ive premiums are offered and an in(o disease showing that alcohol acts wero occasional drinkers, and only and the business class averaged 85.6. teresting exhibit is assured. Only 7 per cent of tho farm class There will also be freo lectures on as a poison upon tho system weak- 10 per cent wero total abstainers. ening it and making it unlit to fight A German physician investigated failed lo mako a passing grado as agricultural subjects. germs, just as n drunken army is Iho reports of a number of insur compared with 13. i per cent of tho Troops Patrolling Streets in Whites-bur- g. unlit to fight tho foo and save tho anco companies some years ago and professional class and 17 per cent of The dispute between the sheriff of nation. Ho goes on to say: found out soma very startling facts. the commercial class. Tho young women excelled tho Letcher County and the Fiscal Court A very littlo alcohol makes the Tho records of tens of thousands of white corpuscles which composo tho men wero studied in this investiga- men in tho class. Tho women mado over certain settlements has become standing army of tho body drunk tion. They wero divided into two an average of 80 while that of tho so intense that the militia is patrolling the streets to prevent bloodnnd unllts (hem for patrol service. groups tho drinkers and tho ab- men was 67.5. shed. A pumbcr of arrests wero When tho typhoid germ enters tho stainers. Each group was classiRural Mail Carriers. made including the Commonwealth body nnd finds tho body guard fied according lo age, thoso between 50,000 rural mail Tho reports Judge, tho dedrunk it goes about ils deadly work 15 and 2i wero put into ono group, carriers show of thothey cover 1,003,-2- Attorney, that puty Sheriff and tbreo Magistrates. Now you thoso between 25 and 31 into anwith little interference. miles of highway, not including Tho men wero released on bail of can understand why tho man who other, thoso between 35 and 4i Into any portion covered twice. $2,000. is much nioro likely to suc- another, and so on to tho 74th year. drinks 61,000 miles aro paved or conTribute to Mrs. Roberts. cumb to certain kinds of diseases It was discovered that in every stone, flag or A touohing tribute to Mrs. Robthan tho man who is an abstainer. group except thoso between ID and structed of crushed of gravel, over shell; 18,001 miles erts, retiring owner of tho LexingEvery physician knows that tho man 2t nearly three times as many of 500,000 miles improved earth and ton Lender, was paid by thq colored who drinks alcohol is much more tho drinkers were sick during tho earth. people of Lexington. A "beautiful likely to die of pneumonia or tuber- term of insurance as of tho ab- over 275,000 unimproved 109,000 miles of road was bad part silver vaso was presented and acculosis or of many other seed dis- stainers. In tho youngest group year and 80,000 all tho year. companying it was a letter oppresseases than tho man who does not twico as many wero sick. Tho death of the 30,000 carriers uso ono horse vehi- ing much appreciation for tho couris not a question of sizo rate of theso men was examined drink. It cles; 7,000 two horso vehicles; 400 tesy and justice which tho lato Mr of body or strength of musclo but it and it was learned that in nearly automobiles; 350 motorcycles; 110 Roberts and his wifo always showed is a question of strength and fight- every group tho death rato of tho fivo bicycles. Ap- lo Iho negro people. ing condition of the white corpus- drinkers was about twico that of horseback anil proximately 5,000,000 families aro "It is easy for thoso in power to (ho abstainers. No wonder tho lifo cles. served. forget tho struggles of thoso lets In order that you may know that insurance companies do not liko to this is no mere theory I am telling insure men who drink. President Doesn't Appoint Relatives. fortunate, but a sign of true greatI give hero a number of instances I An investigation wus mado some Henry W. Woodrow, President ness when they hold out tbo hand where men who drink nro more years ago in a number of different Wilson's uncle, died Dec. 26th, 1013, of sympathy and encouragement to susceptible to diseases that kill. countries to discover how many peo- at his home, Chillicolbe, O. Mr. those who have a handicap in life." Our Agricultural Needs. Over half n century ago a cho- ple live to ho 100 years old. Tho Wilson was a prominent Democrat The Commission appointed by tho lera epidemic broke out in Glasgow. following table shows tho result: politician, and was an applicant for 225 cases were observed. It was disIn Bulgaria, I in 1000. appointment as Internal Revenue Governor to investigate rural condicovered that of thoso who wero abIn United Slates, I in 25,000. Collector for tho Columbus, O. dis- tions in Kentucky lias just mado a stainers only 10.2 per cent died; but In Spain, 1 in 41,000. trict. Tho nppolntment howover very extensivo report. Tho main of thoso addicted to tho uso of alcoEngland 1 in 65,000. In Mr. recommendations are: That elemenwent to Benah Williamson. hol, 01.2 per cent died. In Franco i in 250,000. Woodrow being ruled out by Presi- tary ngrictilturo bo taught in cvecy A few years ngo a Washington In Germany 1 in 700,000. dent Wilson's decision not to ap- public school and that teachers should be required by law to qualiinvestigated the personal doctor When this investigation was mado point his relatives to olllco.' fy themselves in elementary agrihabits of 105 men who had suffered tho favorlto drink of tho Bulgar-- ( Wage Increase to Navy Yard Men. culture, domestic science, hyglcno Ho learned that Inns was from sunstrokes. water and buttermilk but The wages of mechanics at tho and sanitation and rural sociology 110 of these men drank to excess, in Germany an excess of beer was Philadelphia Navy Yard wero in- and economics. That country lifo 230 of them drank occasionally, and used. wero bo bettered by soma such Somo reductions only 05 of them drafik liquors at all. Pnoumonia takes away about as creased. on rag-- Five.) (Continual on page Five) Death resulted in 110 of these cases. ' (Continued on Vigo Five.) Keeping cs Our State Legislature jjuc-ccss- s Teacher and the Temperance 89 , I orgauj-(Contlnu- ed t PflKi' Two. VALUE OF TALK. Till. CITIZKN. .Tnnunry 8, mil. The citizen 1 family newspeper for ail that It trua and Interesting, Pul.llKlml rlfht, Kjr emy T!mr.l)r t litres, BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Iiirrntrnll) OM THE , DTTT WM. 0. FROST, Editor-ln-CMRUTH MFALU Office Ed.lor lir Affl4t.Ani P. Circulation Mnffr Subscription Ratas I'AVAIll.ll IN AllVANCK One Voir Alt Month! Three Monlhi I H-- ... w .W m sn i 1, J 1' A V FUNNY HI IS ceit itnip. e or KM'tew Money Semi motirr by Order. Draft. KrslMeretl tetter or one ami two I 1 I A) . . ..v crmnrn' wiiimii mitr notify ii numbers will lie (tlailly supplied If we MUlne re notified. . J...H In iiiv wrhn ntitnlti nW I I subscriptions for ita. Any one ending n four What Allerl Him rearimLKriptlonacniirrceheTheCltirenfree . "Thoy tell mo you vo lost your hired forhiinv;if for one rar. Adverting ratraon application. man." "Yep, best farm hnnd I evor had." UK UFMRKK "Sho! What wux th' matter:" "Nothtn. John's a German, you know, and these here Germans Lev what they call the wanderlust. It's somethln' thet keeps 'em movln' from one place to t'other, an' don't let 'cm stay long anywheres." "That's queer, ain't It? How long had John been with you?" KKNTUCKY IKKSS ASSOCI TION "Only 11 years." ! . what (late pur MilcHptlon laliel how to The date after your name i oil nlil. It l ,... If not IB '(.., A young lawyer was defending nn ld convict on the charge of burglary in a state whero the court rules allow nch sldo one hour to address tho Jury. Vho young lawyer, somewhat nervous, onsulted a veteran member of the bar who happened to bo standing near How much time do you think I should nkc up In addressing the Jury?" he sked In a rather pompous manner, "Take the full hour," was tho gruff reply. "Tho full hour? Why, I Intended o tnke only fifteen minutes." "Tnke tho full hour," repeated the aid lawyer. "Hut why?" "Hecause the longer you talk the longer you will keop your client out of all." Ladles' Home Journal. IN FOR IT. PI "I Don't FLEE SCENE P HINDIS RESTORED BY ALL GIFTS OF OF NEARJiOLD-U- SHOCKOF FALL Man Is But Like Your Looks," Is New York I Man's Response to "Hands Order. Cabman, Who Lost Reason in 1908, Now Asscm-Up- " APIIIIASK we often use, "Tho spheres." wn owe to bling His Fortune. an ancient belief that the heavenly earth, made a Steward of His Possessions Lent to Him by the Lord. WILL RUN THEM Cashier's Antipathy Toward Saves DOWN WAS WORTH Hold-U- p $500,000 His Firm $100 Which In Cash Register Quests by Revolver Shots. I Broke Down Under 8tret of Actlvl-Me- n ties and a Nervous Disorder Devel-Wa- s Recovery le of oped Insomnia ture to Excite Wonder. New York. James Hebron, known as Dclmonlco Jimmy because he had tho cab prlvllego of Dclmonlco's for more than 30 years, and who lost his mind In 1007 through an attack described by physicians as "cxtremo rasthenta," has regained his mental faculties through an accident, and Is now recovering some of his fortune, estimated at $500,000, which disappeared while ho was unnblo to direct his affairs . This became known the other dny when Supromo Court Justice Seabury signed an order discontinuing four suits brought by Hebron ngalnst tho stock exchange llrtn of Wasscrmann Hros., for nn accounting of tho proceeds of stock which were held for his account when he lost his reason. In his suit It developed that his account was operated by a member of his family without his permission or knowledge, and the Wasscrmann firm made n settlement for $27,000. Hebron's recovery was of a nnture to excite the wonder of physicians. He Is now 69 years old and previous to tho time his mind became louded ho was most nctlve. Whllu maintaining his livery business at Delmonlro's, ho carried on n real estate business and worked In Wall street. The big men of tho street called hint Jimmy and he knew most of them by their first nnmes. In May, 1S07, he broke down under the strain of his activities. A nervous disorder developed Insomnia, and he went to Hurope for treatment. An operation wns performed on him In Dublin, but he did not get better. His mind was gone. He was helpless and useless. Ills business Interests fell away, and he was content to go about with his wife, lotting things tnke their own No Whiskey 'Advertisements! No Immodest News Items! THINKING YOU THiNK. lliinks he Uiinks when he does not think a lliot. It may lie he merely receives into his inimi Hit; opinions thai his newspaper or his friends force upon him. It may ho that he is loo ignorant (o think, for lliinking requires for a basis some- nctnal knowledge of (ho mailer thought about. II may be lllat he is loo prejudiced to think, and his suppose! I hols are mere outbursts of spleen or passion. It may be that lie has a command of' resounding' words, which persuade him that he is lliinking when lie is only talking. It may lie that he really did think, years ago.- - and ever' since has been turning over thbse old thots in the persuasion that lie is thinking new ones. There are many ways of fooling duo's self into the belief that one is thinking, and the majority of us client ourselves in this fashion. To think does not mean to discover a thot that is new to the world; few may hope to do that. Hut it does mean to discover a thot that is new to you to discover it, and not merely accept it from some one else. It is tho most glorious of all events to you. Nothing else will so stimulate anil develop you. Nothing else will so add to your force of character and your influence among men. Copyists, imitators, echoes, exist in abundance; real thinkers are rare, and priceless. Jf you would ,he a thinker, you must supply yoijrself with the material of thot. which is knowledge and experience. !You must live and learn. You must read and observe aiJ act. The acorn is very insignificant compared with the oak. Your thought will be very small, probably; but your Jifo must bulk big behind it, and then it will be vital. Tho oak is concerned with being an oak, not with making acorns; the acorns follow inevitably. He as much of a man as you can, and you will find yourself original thuls. thinking worth-whil- e, -- C. E. World. Many a mart - The Candidate Explains. "Do you believe In tho wisdom of the plain people?" tho candidate was naked. "Certnlnly," ho replied, "but being conscious of the fact that the plain people sometimes err In their Judgment, I'm trying to glvo them tho benefit of my experience In political matters, so they won't make the mistake of electing some unfit person to olllce instead of me." He Had HI Wish. A German peddler rapped timidly at tho kitchen entrance. Mrs. Kelly, None Got by Him. angry at being Interrupted In her A young Irishman was sent by bis open tho door and washing, flung backers to a neighboring city to box glowered at him. with an athlete living there. de"Did yez wish to see me?" she Ho was getting tho worst of It, as manded, In threatening tones. friends soon realized. The peddler backed off a few steps. "Come, brace up, Jim," cautioned "Veil. If I did," ho assured her with ono of his friends. "Stop more of his an apologetic grin, "I got my vlsh. blows." Thank you." "Stop thlm!" the unfortunato Jim irled. "Do you see anny av thlm get-tiNo Enthusiast by mo?" Harper's Weekly. "Your husband says he Is in favor of votes for women." The Easiest First. "Yes," replied Mrs. Corntossel. "The trouble with theso June brides on the Is that they try to learn about house"And what are your views subject?" keeping too fnst. Then when they see "Well. I don't see why we women the'r mistakes too late they become shouldn't vote If wo want to. Hut It discouraged." won't do any good unless wo neglect "Nothing Is truer. I say let them the house and hang around the polls try their hands at the Jams tho first to see that the men don't get mixed year; when they get more experience up countln' the ballots." It's time enough to hazard with the Jellies." JUST LIKE GROWN UPS. Too Much Preliminary. Actor I must Insist on being paid for rehearsals. 1 Manager What on earth for? never heard of such a thing. Actor Ilecauso lately I've had so many six weeks rehearsals for a ten days' run. Hut I don't mind giving the performances free. Hunch. n Chicago. "If there's one thing I don't like It's a hold up man," said Joseph Smith at 6 o'clock tho other morning. He was talking to two men each armed with a revolver which was pointed directly at Smith. Tho two were, or thought they were, about to restaurant hold up the Thompson which straddles with Its Ushaped rooms the southeast corner of Smith Is and Clark streets. the night cashier there. "Stick up your hands and back against tho wall." commanded one of the men. "I don't like your looks and I don't llk your trade, so get out o' hero In a hurry!" Smith's words were punctuated by tho roar of a revolver that he grabbed from beneath the counter and swung "We'd better bo good." Into Instant action "Why?" hold up men The pair of would-b"I heard doctor tell mother to take then roallicd thnt tho cashier was sinolanty of exercise." cere In his personal remarks, Tho hee! of ono of them passed, through A Valuable Fowl. thn Randolph street door a split secThe enRle I, beyond all doubt. ond ahead of a bullet. The other robAdmired of men. ber cracked tho Clark street atmosHut I prefer to yawp about phere by his lightning llko exit. Doth Tho UMful lien. escaped temporarily, but Han-dolp- h "As soon ns I nm off duty I'm going out and look for those fellows," Smith told tho police nfter the excitement had subsided "I'll find them, too," he added. "I've done It before." Two yrars ago, when Smith was night cashier of Thompson's restaurant nt Wentworth nvenue and West Thirty-firs- t street, two robbers held him up and escaped with tho contents Ho found thorn of the cash register after a three days' search and obtained their conviction They were sentenced bodies, ns thoy revolve nbmit thn n wonderful harmony dePresent-da- y lightful to Hip enrs of Ood knowledge of the stellar world hns, according to some, banished this pretty fantasy, but It has revealed to We us something more wonderful know thnt the whole physical universe Is In constant and Infinitely varied movement, and that this movement Is rhythmic. The movements of stars nnd planets, of molecules and Ions, of light and sound, are all according to tho Inw of rhythm. This Is true also nf all life. Thero Is constant rlso nnd fall the throb of tho pulse, the breath of tho lungs, tho beat of tho wing, the passage of every generation from youth to age. May not this Infinitely Intricate rhythm ronlly constitute some wonderful rich harmony for the Among thn multitudinous rhythms In thn midst nf which human life Is set Is the rhythm of tho seasons. Tho field Is block In winter, green In spring, golden In summer nnd brown In autumn. The wonderful alterations of sowing nnd tending and reaping nnd plowing arc repeated over and over ngaln from generation to generation Chnnges of civilization nrn continuous Man's habits ns ho goes about his work vary Indefinitely, but nature's rhythm Is the same from age lo ngo The spado gives place lo tho horse plow nnd tho horse plow to tho sfenm plow; niun Is nomndlc. agricultural. Industrial: but the seasons swing on as before he enmo to his Inheritance For. Indeed, this succession of tho seasons underlies nil huIf It man and progress should suddenly bo changed, civilisation In all Its ramifications would bo If tho earth ceasnt onco shattered ed In Its present mode of movement and Instead swung round tho sun so thnt theio should ho eternal summer on one sldo of tho planet and eternal winter on tho other, mankind would swiftly wither nnd die So complete nro we dependent on Cod'for all that wo hate nnd are All the Gifts of God. well-bein- All rourso. In May. 1911, exnetly four years from tho time his Illness began, he It Makes a Difference. "Jinx told me of a rlproarlng Joke that was played on some member of your club last evening. Were you there?" "Yes, I was there! It was an abominable, far fetched" ! Jinx did not tell mo that you were the man It was on." "O-oh- Punctuated by Roar the penitentiary. Smith's antipathy of Revolver. to terms of ono to fourteen years In A Constant Supply. "That chap has a kind heart. He has a chestnut tree on his place and "Oh. Effla! What has happened to every day tho children come and find nuts on the ground." your dolly?" "But that tree no longer bears." "The doctor says it's nervoas break"I know. Ho buys the nuts In down. He prescribed mucilage." town." I shot an arrow Into the air; It fell to earth I know not where A farmer swore It killed Ms cow; Ami I shoot no more arrows now. A One Lesson Learned. INDICATIONS. toward holdup men saved $100 which wns In tho register, (iuests In the Hotel Sherman, the Union Hotel und the City Hall Square, Hotel weru aroused by the shots fired by Smith and by Michael Levy, house detective In the last named hotel, who guve unsuccessful chase to tho fugitives who considered Randolph street hcnlthlnr than the neighborhood of a peevish cashier Stubbed Hit Toe and Fell. j and Mrs. Hebron wont to Hernnnls-vllle- , N. J., on a visit. The train on which they rode had pulled into u siding and In reaching the platform they had to cross the tracks. Ho stubbed his toe hu got pletely "I got i THINGS WORTH KNOWING protesting Hanking people; are against tho custom of washing money. It makes tho detection 'of counterfeits difficult. Tho. Uarbadoes are said to be free from, malaria because tho tiny fish known as "Millions" devour the mosquito larvae. I So you remarked to Katherlno that I looked as old ns the hills. Now, don't deny It; I heard you. you misunderJack Spott stand. I was merely comparing your age with that of tho Hill young ladles I am acquainted with twins, you know. ' Sllsa Elderlelgh Misinterpretation. Tho Indications are that the Chines will lead tho world with their aeroplane fleet In the course of a very few years. Silent "What aro you grinning at?" snapped Mrs. Gabb. "A funny Item In this paper," smiled Mr. Gabb. j "What's funny about It?" asked Mrs. new Chamber of Commerce at St. Gabb. "It says a woman has been made a Iiouls, Mo. Tho height abovo the silent partner In a business firm," relevel Is 495 foet. street "Did you know I was to be your plied Mr. Gabb. brother-in-law- , Jimmy?" A gas buoy broke away from Its "I a'pected It. Sis said she'd elap A Denatured Santa. and moorings In tho St. Iawrence "Well! Well! Another fool reform mo If I didn't tell you she was sweet drifted for two years? covering a distempered." er has broken loose." tance of 18,000 miles. "What does he want to do?" Human Nature. "He suggests a shave and a haircut Pennsylvania has one automobile Human nature I a funny; each 1C0 Inhabitants, which Is for Santa Claus, so the old gentlennn for My woes I deplore, quite a good deal more than the av- won't catch fire so easily from For, though I've some money, Christmas candles." My neighbor has more. country. erage for the whole j The highest Inland building Is the The maximum depth of the Pacific ocean Is near the Island.of Mindanao, while In the Atlantic a spot oft tho coast of Porto Hlco holds the record. Stella Why Diffusion. were the Smiths di- vorced? Ilella Incompatablllty; both fualonlsts. they wero The Arctic ocean la thought to be Anything to Quiet Him. the shallowest of all the great bodies "Ilaby cried this morning for an of water. Its greatest known depth Is but 9,000 feet. It has an area of bour." '.'Why didn't you give it to him?" 4,000,000 square miles. (. The Last Straw. "What Is sho mad about?" "He criticized the pics she made." "Told ber they wero not like his mother used to make, eh?" "No; he told her they wero." "Seers deal In futures, don't they?" "Yes, especially financiers." The Kind. and fell uikjii his face. When lo his foet his mind was comDOWN WENT MR. BURGLAR restored. Ah ho described It, up, and as Richard HI. said, Minneapolis Girl Outdoes Famous 'Itlchnrd was himself ngalu.' " Act by Shaking 'Possum bell metal." "I was as sound us Prowler From Ladder. said Mr. Hebron the other night, and a new horizon dawned on mo. I Minneapolis, Minn. Tho exploit of Immediately began to look after my Secretary of Statu W. J. Ilryan. who affairs again und brought suits against recently shook a tree In his back yard sovcriil firms. Wassrrmann Brothers and brought down a possum, was out- and others have settled with me, and done lu Minneapolis tho other day by others give promise of doing so. I a 1 fry ear old girl. think most of them rocognlzo tho Sho shook u ladder and brought fact that I wus not myself during those burglar. down a years old four years. I uin The herolno of tho Minneapolis now, but I feel as well ns over." story 1b Miss Hubo Noonan, who resides with her mother. Sho was tlcei-InMust Wed to Avoid Tax. on tho first floor when her persons of both brother came to her door. sexes In Prance aro to bo subject to an "Ooh. burglars," ho whispered be- Increase Vif 20 per cent, lu tho Income tween his chattering teeth. tax to bo Imposed by tho bill now The girl ran to tho back window. tho country's parliamentary bodThero was a ladder reaching to tho ies. Childless couples also will be t second floor. Shu peeped owl and taxed and rebates given whero two a man wan at tho top of tho lad- and three children are born der opening a window, "1 Just reached out and gave that Seared Tongues With Iron. ladder a hard Jerk and then scream Chllllcothe, Mo. Three llttlo girls, sho said. "Then I heard a 'ker- daughters of Jacob Morris, told Judge ed," plunk' sound, heard a man swear and Portcrfleld In court at Kansas City, then footitops as of a man running." that their aunt, Mrs. (lenrgo Stlnngle. Hy tho time tho family was aroused had burned their tongues with n red there was no burglar, but Mrs. Noonan hot stovo lifted and beaten thorn while Is ahoad ono perfectly good ladder. they wero tied to a post. The woman was released after a stinging rebuke. Poker Debts Unpaid. New York. Poker debts don't have Only Girls Born. to belaid In Now York. Justice J. V, Concrete, Colo. Kxports In eugenMcAvoy dismissed the suit of John ics am trying to find out why nothing J. McCraw to collect $1,272 and made but girl babies havo boon born In this him pay $2.1.66 costs. town In four yean. tllty-ning Paris.--Unmarr- ied be-fosaw-tha- dent upon the regular succession of tho seasons, culminating In the hnr-ve) What Is thu harvest? Wo think of It ns corn and fruit, nnd Hut the hnrvest Is other vegetables much more thnn nil these Tho harvest Is In nil our warehouses and shops. Hoots and overcoats, honks nnd bicycles, theaters nnd hospitals, nnd battleships nil these nro the harvest Just as really as loaves For they nro chops. and mutton things made for human use by moans nf the primitive elemental gifts of Cod In sen nnd soil and seasons. Hut he dors Hnrvest Is Cod's gift not determine how thnt gift Is to be used wo do. Ho gives us the row mnterlnls -- wo make the civilization. He gives us Iron and electricity nnd cotton wo make battleships and explosives Ho gives us tho wherewithbooks, al, and wo make pernicious sweating dens, nnd Ihiuor shops The marvel Is tho Cod permits us, thnt he allows us so to squander his riches. Hut It Is not nil squandering Thero Is another side to the picture Cod Is nlwnvs present hy his spirit to direct and aid mankind In the use of thn harvest That Is how good Is dono and progress Is maintained Thanksgiving and Dedication, Harvest, then, Is n proMr occasion for two things- - thanksgiving and dedThn thanksgiving Is obvious ication Hut Prom him come all good gifts Wo dedication should ho ns obvious must never lose sight of the fact thnt all wo have Is from Cod, and must bo used In n fashion well pleasing tn lilm. Ho does not give us tho harvest thnt wo may he gluttons, spendthrifts, self-Isluxurious, carried nwny hy wasteful fashions nnd guilty of foolish hikI costly hobbles. Knrh Is n steward of his possessions, he they great or Mnny people set aside a tithe small or other fraction of their "hnrvest" for (ho purposes of Cod. And tills Is good Hut more ImiKirtnnt nnd morn Christian Is the constnnt use of all our possessions as lent us by thn Lord Said John Woolmnn, "As ho who first founded thn earth wns then tho true proprietor of It, so he still remains; nnd, though ho hath given it to the children of men, yet he hnth never ullennted It, hut his right Is ns good ns nt first; nor can nny apply the Increase of their possessions contrary to universal love, nor dispose of luws In n wny which tends lo exalt some by oppressing others, without being Justly chargeable with usurpation."- Newton II Marshall. usu-all- our well-being- , then, Is depen- I i I Appropriate Gift, One of thu mission boards reports: "A very much nppreclated contrlbu-- I Hon of $12.66 for our work In Africa was received recently from tho members of a colored prayer meeting held every Tuesday night In ono of tho In Union seminary at classrooms Richmond, Va. A request accompanied tho contribution that It be sent to .Mr McKoo and used to supply some permanent need at the new station of Mutoto, where he works. The contribution Is In recognition of thn ' work which Mr. McKeo did In the coloiod Sunday school which he nnd conducted while ho was a student nt thn seminary." t Jnntinry fl, 101 1. nil.' r.n'tZKN. Pago Thrco MOST VALUABLE MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank S. Montgomery, Instructor Husbandry, and Special Investigator. DOES IT PAY TO HALF FEED STOCK) Hiivo you n row or lvo Hint you nn? running thru llin winter on com fodder nml n Tew nuliliiiis of corn? If Hint Ik so nml your cow is Riving six quarts or more of milk slio Is fulling off in llusli very rapidly, Tor it Inkos food o produro milk. If in Animal ME EXPERIMENT STATION BARN FOR FEEDING NEARS COMPLETION Detailed Descriotion of rVlodel Barn For Feedinn of Stirs In f Car-LoLots Contains Storage Room, Concrete Silo and Other Modern Equipment ad OF TREES giving more cowpea hay or heller still, buy some wheat bran or cottonseed tnenl, anil feed perhaps n pound of Hie latter or three pounds of the former. Iiran Is tho moro expensive of the Iwo in Hie long run bemuse it is only one-lhlas nutritious as high grade cottonseed rd LESS0N FOR JANUARY llio row does not got it daily, she A GOOD FERTILIZER. will Imvo to ilrnw on llio supply alio THE MI83ION OF THE SEVENTY. slornl up In tint llcsli of lirr own The use of llnely ground phos- phate roek commonly known ns body Insl summer. I.KRBON TEXT. Luke lOil-recently met A fuiidiuiienlnl principle in slock Hunts has not until MOLDliN TKXT.-- "lt H not ye that Pak, but the spirit of your Father that with great favor because It does not feeding is (lie fuel Hint llio nverngc ipeaketh In you." Matt. 10:20. generally give good results when nnfmnl refpiires linlf of n full Jesus "camo unto his own and his for Its exNIence. That Is, on used alone. Some of the earlier ex-- ! own received him not" Rejected In Indicnle thai it lias n half nil ion nn nnimnt will noillier perimenls ludca, be turned to Galilee, malting gain nor lose in weight if it Is do- practically no value as a suurro of his headquarters at Capernaum only ing no work or giving no milk. In phosphoric acid for plants when so to be rejected there also. "After tbeso New beef cattle feeding plant, Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. oilier words a half fed milk cow that used. Ileeenl investigations nl the things" (v. 1.) e. g., after his final deThe new barn at the Kentucky Acrl nnnrn nf tha hnrn 1. Atvi1a1 Intn has no shnller will have to feed up- Ohio and Illinois experiment stations parture from Galilee, and as he was on herself for whnl milk alio produ- show thai when floats Is added to cultural Experiment Station, for the equal parts, adjoining which are four ibout to perform his Pcrcan ministry. feeding of steers In carldad lots. Is concrete lots, 40 by 43 feet, without The ministry of Jesus Is rapidly hasces and for the extra supply of heal farm manure, it has a very high tening to a close, still there Is much she needs ahove what slio would get fertilizing value; in fact tho increas- rapidly nearlng completion. This build- cover. This division of the sheds and Is 36 work to do, hence the selection of hy (ho protection of a good linrn. ed crop production In Ohio due to ingstorage feet wide and 180 feet long. lots will allow the feeding of four sepA room for the .hose who shall go before him to preConsequently, she falls off hi weight adding the ground rock phosphate to ton seed meal, and for holding of cot- arate carload lots of steers on differ pare for what proved to be In each the grinding and in proportion to dm amount of the stall manure was nearly as large weighing of feed, takes up 20 running cnt rations, the relative values of :lty and town his last visit. which feeds for production of ecomilk she gives and Hie severity of as that obtained from ncid phos- feet at the east end of this building. A nomical gains In the I. The Seventy Sent (vv. weight on cattle can Verse Hie weather. As she falls off more phate. The ncid substances producconcrete silo. 14 by 36 feet, Is situated easily be determined and tho results ono tells us of the character of the niid more in llesh nml has her vital- ed during the decay of tho manure Just outside of the east end of the barn published. vork they wero to undertake, viz., to There is ample room In ity thus lowered she will of cours apparently make the phosphoris nc and Is connected to same by a chute this barn for the storage of a large be heralds; to prepare tho pcoplo igalnst his coming, 2 Cor. 6:20. There id in the rock more nvallable, and it to allow the silage as It Is pitched amount of roughage, as well as a large give less and less milk. from the silo to fall to the floor of the amount of corn and other concentrates. Is a plentltude of wc.-k- , but, "the .laNow, docs it pay to half feed a would seem from Ibese experiment The building Is so arranged that the which It was budded, was frozen to borers are few." They wero sent to milk cow? II certainly does not, that the comparatively inexpensive barn. the ground. First class nursery stocfV a particular people, "whither he him The and only when a family is romellcd Hoals might partially at least replace ning remainder of the barn, 160 run- man feeding the cattle will never have or the budding has been com self would come," 2 Tim. 4:8; Titus feet, Is used for the housing and to go out of doors for any of the feedhy Hie direst necessity to deprive phosphoric acid if used in cornier, feeding of the steers and as storage ing 2:13. No matter what may have 'been operations connected with the ex- manding from (10 to $15 a tree. her of proper feed Is it at all advls-nhl- o lion with the manure. uanter pears average In weight their limitations, the "coming one" room for roughage and corn. An open periments conducted. Water will be rrom Kxperimenls here in Kentuckx shed. 16 feet wide, with loft above, supplied from to do so. eight to twelve ounces. Thoy would supply all deficiencies. Jesus the city water works. Careful tests have heen made with have proven (hat good results can In forms one sldo of the building, and Large stock scales have been Installed are about the size of small canta commanded prayer, but also sent (orth f whole herds of cows to llml out the obtained from the use of ground a mouse and corn crib, 9 feet at the east end of the barn. These loupes. They will keep from ten to those same praying ones (vv. 2, 3). Prayer and work go hand In band ln cost of huller and milk production, rock phosphate when plowed tin wide, forms the other side of the struc- scales are provided with a comblna- - tw,cIve day,B a"er P'cklnK- - wnlch wl a sane Christian experience. Every and II has heen found that hy feed- der with some green crop like rye ture. These two divisions are connect- Hon stock and wagon rack, which al- - f"ow amp le, tlm64 for marketlng- - P1 Impression demands sufficient expresalley, which runs the lows the weighing of either cattle or ing liberally of the proper kinds clover, or cow peas, but that it is o ed with a ments very Idle value if psed alone on r entire length of the building. The loads of hay and grain without remov to Newhave been made from Whlttler sion, If it Is to make any lasting conof feed that butter ran he produced York and Pennsylvania with tribution to our characters. The largo shed part of the barn, which serves as Ing the rack from the scales. from the ordinary cow nt a cost not poor, lifeless soil. a shelter for the steers, faces the The building will accommodate the satisfactory results. There Is one harvest demands attention. We are Ill Hunt experiment to exceed 'J I cents per pound from two "enua' south, and Is left open for seed In pear about thj size of a sent into that harvest by the King the reason feeding of 80 or 100 year walnut. each a good ordinary cow, nod Hint n good money's worth" of ground Carol in: that It has been determined The rest of the fruit Is edl himself, "Behold I send you;".aqd that ling steers. E. S. GOOD, ble, excepting the peel. those whom he sends are not comdairy type of cow will produce, it rock nml acid phosphate were com- - steers make better gains In an open Animal Husbandman, Kentucky Expelled to labor alone, Matt. 28:20; at III rent hi pound nt the present pared. In nearly all cases the aci. shed than In a closed one. The shed periment Station. John 14:16. Jesus mentions fonr OLD FLAGS AT ANNAPOLIS price of feed stuff around Ilerea this phosphate proved superior at first things about those whom he sendS: winter. You can decide for your-- 1 but within a few years the roc! Like Lambs. There are only a few "Old Glories" self whether or not it will pay you i phosphate plots gave higher vieids WASTE LANDS BECOME PRODUCTIVE (1) Their character. They are to he In the Annapolis collection of 173 hisA high grade of ground phosphate to sell good butler nt L'5 cents per toric flags, but each Is connected with like "lambs " We have just had tha rock can be secured at not to ex pound. some It the honor figure of "laborers" presented, labor' I' Per ton in car load lots at Balanced Ration For a Cow. AFTER DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENT of Its Incident that gives There Is the ers who were sent Is this then a present position. Here is a good daily ration for a "'ren. Farmer building for the fu- 31 starred flag that flew as an en mixed simile? We think noL We are cow giving 1KJ pounds, 2 gallons ,ur'' wi" l,llls secure phosphate acid sign beside the sunrise flag of Japan to go forth to the harvesting work ah 1,1 annul -i the price commonly Srtmo nf wnen tne ciose-snu- t of milk: doors of that Is- - laborers, that la our work, but, la our r-.n-- ,; w,.. w. tha Ronofi. ...v f'"- - it i" mixed fertilizers. i vvrno v, iuiii utaniayc me land kingdom were pried open for characters, we are to be lamb-like- , 12 pound ear corn or corn and cob (2) Their environment, "among American commerce. The old flag that Prevention of Erosion boils can Be Worked Earlier meal. Lieut Charles Haywood defended so wolves." That Is to say, surrounding 10 pounds corn stover being about Disc nd Remedies, Improves Plant Growth Avoids Loss of Nitrogen gallantly In 1847 at San Jose, Lower each harvest field, and frequently enpliy- -l 12 pounds It I" nlnmi the amount of fodder that triilnii nntnui; California, Is there to recall the story croaching as far as they dare, are the rlmm Unit Hie Intni. tiililllty of u of corn grew on. rt nAH ha o n I I a tlmr iraMlunn t.l wolves, a type of the evil one and of The waste lands of Kentucky which ; (4) Good drainage also avoids the 12 pounds cowpea hay. ' may lie oiciinmi hy tlie iiiiihImi m m88ion hoUBO for over three his agents. Those who 'go thus Into, If the cow gives more than that "f Infiillllile" ii.in.ill,- -. fur It whh-1- . become most productive after Improve loss of nitrogen from the soil by the months against an overwhelming Mex- - or by the way of, danger will not carry bacteria; It re- - can force. Here t00 are a few re. any excess of baggage, 2 Tim. 2:4. amount of milk yon inusl increase from lime i time in,- - teeu nsMin ment are those which are unproductive action of .. I ...ei.l-.- . (3) In the third place, they are to. Ti from lack of proper drainage. We Illinpfl fno i nmnpn Hnnn n- - r.An.lna minaers or nistory . s saaaest war, our tho protein portion of her ration by 7 , "'"" . iZ "'"e-oemany areas, Including river and " T s me amount own c1t)1 war. gldo Dy 8de ln tno to forth with complete dependence have "ca;,'"V 4). The creek bottom land, drainage valleys of available moisture for plant 0ne case are" draped tho ensign of tho ipon God's providing care (v. growth; It Increases the available tlnton mnr.T-Konnmrr- n onrt tho exact letter of these Instructions Is and basins, seepage areas, aud areas plant food In tho soil. stars and bars of the ensign of the uot always incumbent upon his ambasDAIRYMEN AND FARMERS MUST RAISE MORE DAIRY COWS with Impervious subsoils where drain' oecause 01 me aoove naraea uenents Confederate cruiser Albemarle. The adors. chapter 22:35, 36, but the splr-- i ago would greatly Increase production. the drainage of wet lands practically m0gt recent addition to the collection it of absolute faith In a Father who Some of the benefits which come assures the production of a crop every 111 provide, (V. I). Nlcholls, Dairy Department cjuently bringing as much as VA to 8 must always possess his the ensign of the battleship Maine, a from drainage are: Kentucky College of Agriculture.) year. Although it might seem other-- which was recovered 14 years after representatives. cents per pound. (1) Prevention of erosion. Tho wise, a well drained soil will produce the catastrophe In Havana 4. As to their bearing, it must bo, While during the past this plan has Our attention has been frequently harbor. (v. 6). that of dignity and worked well, we believe that many particles of earth In a vatcr soaked n. larger yieiu tnan a poorly drained directed to that clnss of milk produc- Social demands consume a great deal ' ' forced to discontinue soil ore easily separated from each one In a dry year as well as In a wet REMARKABLE HYBRID ers living near the outskirts of large 'l FOWL ul energy ln diplomatic circles, and It ' other and are carried away by excess one. Drainage nlso permits the cultipractice, cities who follow the practice of buy weakness of because of tho essential surface drainage. Good drainage, cs vation of otherwise is here that many Christians waste worthless lands, the system which reaulrei ing cows when fresh, feeding tbuin j precious energy, as well as becoming that all cows, however good, go to the peclally In clay soils, brings nbout a often making such areas the most pro. , involved ln worldly practices. Tbelr "u kivo a proiiiauie uutcher after serving one year In the porous condition In the surface soil ductive of tho farm. The added yield ilrst thought upon entering a house amount of milk, at which time they dairy, this meaning the slaughter of and the subsoil which permits much and saving of labor from the drainage must be for the good of the home have become fat and then selling them thousands of good dairy cows and a of tho water from rainfall to percolate of wet lands should pay for tho cost (v. G). not for their personal comfort. for beef. Not only has this been tho consequent shortage In the, supply, through the soil Instead of running ln from two to four years, and It may If a "son of peace," (v. 6), dwelt there, prnrtlco of city dairymen but In sec- - Cows of average quality or even rather nway upon the surface. bo said that the farmer who has prop(2) Tilling one to whom peace rightfully beadvantages. lions more remoto from the city many Inferior grado cows are bringing from Well erly Installed tile drains where needed longed, their benediction would bring dairymen have depended largely en ICO to 1100 each. Ten years ago such drained lands can bo worked earlier has never been known to regret the exn springtime than wet lands. to that home a blessing. But If be be buying their cows. Mnny have even cows sold freely at less than They pense. f not there their peace was not to be gone so far as to depend entirely upon the present price. This means that can also be cultivated sooner after tho Tho best kind of drainage on the lost, for It would return to the giver. purchased cows to supply their dairy. raising milk cows Is at present a very summer rains than undraiued soil. farm as a rulo Is that secured by the (5) Their mission was to offer, not (3) It furnishes conditions neces closed drain. The open ditch Is a Thny have been encouraged In this by profitable business and many stock-th- e to force acceptance. They were not sary for best plant growth. Among high price of veal calves, nml have men will undoubtedly show their .'''1 1 means of carrying water, e beggars, .going from house to house . these are aeration, heat, moisture and especially In tilled fields, and In silt to tho extreme of selling off all dom by taking advantage of tho (v. 7), they had something worth both heifers and bulls, and tunlty thereby afforded and will raise bacterial growth. A free clrculailon of or fine clay soil tho crumbling and while and were worthy of their hire. Fniaklng no attempt whatever to ralso a few good young dairy heifers each air In soli is necessary for the oxlda' washing of the banks always makes It The fawning, cringing sycophants that their own milk cows. In the last few i year. Not only Is the raising of such lion or vegetame matter, a process difficult to keep the ditch well cleaned. pass for Christian workers stand reyears this plan has proven profitable ' stock profitable at the present time, which furnishes plant food for tho Brush and weeds which grow In tho buked before this teaching. However. Poorly drained soils open ditch are also a great hindrance becauso beef prices were so high and but tho best posted stockmen predict growing crop. this does not sanction tho dogmatic, fat milk cows sold for as much or more that it will continue so for a good are usually sour. Plants do not extend to the flow of water and present n bad domineering methods of some. They their roots Into standing water In the appearance on any farm. The best mail mo same, cows wnen irean, ire- - many years to come. are to accept what Is offered (v. 8), soil. form of closed drain Is that made from not demanding, "a worthy compensaTho evaporation of water from tho tile. The size to be used tion." The church of Christ stands soil Is attended with great loss of heat. In any system will vary greatly with condemned for the meager salaries As much heat Is required to evaporate conditions, but no tile with an Insldo given Its representatives, yet It Is also , ono pound of water as Is necessary to diameter of less than 4 Inches should raise 9C6 pounds of water through one ever bo used. It should bo remem- At a recent meeting of tho llrltish true that a man usually, and In the degreo of temperature. bored that tho carrying capacity of tile Zoological society there was exhibited long run, gets about what ho is worth. God's Truth. Tho molsturo needed for plant varies as tho square of the diameter; 1 living i.xumplo of a remarkable hy- growth Is capillary water, not water for example, an To build up character brings a far peacock tile will carry brld between a standing In the soil. If a sack of four times tho water of a game richer compensation, and moro lasttile. Uld a domestic hea (cross-bregravel wero dipped Into water and Thn mat nf Ind Lpeltorti). wtTn;h liml tiopn lirpil ing results, than to obtain earthly itt ...in ll- then removed ami permitted to drain, nccordlng to size from $13 to $150 per Whcadon of Ilmlnster, Som-- ! prestlgo, ease or wealth. Therefore tho molsturu remaining would repre- 1,000 feet. In Kentucky, where tho 'rs,;t' ,u lull hybrid, a large, 'he ambassador of Christ can afford sent capillary wuter, each gravel rep- presont use of tllo would hardly Justify 'nisiiy uum uiru, evidently a male 'o wan wim giaa cenaiwy uio iinai , resenting a grain of soil. in the building of plants for tho manu- jy us auracieu cousiueraule at- - ' ihmi"K up ui uccuuma, The buctcrla of tho soli which fix facture of tile, brick manufacturing entlon on account of its strange ap-- the mcaiulmo tho lowlier seats among nitrogen directly from tho air. also companies should bo encouraged to en rune 6 nnd Its rarity, being only the men, Luke 14:7-14- . However, these the nitrogen using bacteria which nio add this branch of manufacture to econd example of Its kind known. It ambassadors do havo an exalted work s mostly white. Irregularly marked, to perform. They had a commission found In the nodules of tho legume their Industry. ttpcclallv on the neck, with reddish for both body and soul. Tho Gospel plan's such ns clover, cowpeas, soyH. D. KKNDUICK. 9). - of color for tho whole beans, alfalfa, etc., must be provided Department of Agriculture, Kentucky jrown, aclearly derived from its moth- To Christ is to tho bodies man (v. r, and shows tho characters minister of men must with n liberal supply of oxygen from experiment Station. )f both parents. On Its crown Is a however bo accompanied by tho her- the air of the soil In order to grow and Thl srllrlo will l followml tr another rlr. hort tuft of feathurs, and on either aiding of the coming kingdom. That multiply, and so perform the function M ill 'irraiiik. r to.. Inr ulilrli ther l nm mm. Ide at tho baso of the upper man- - klngdou which Is everlastingly to bo of fixing nitrogen for plant growth. clent ipnc . itli Ihlx oi ir, bio there Is a small wattle, whllo the vlsiole upon earth, Dan. 2:14. 11. The Seventy Itecelved (vv. 10- Don't attempt to cut out btu..., uf nlfldle tall feathers are long nnd IC.) Theso heralds wero to proclaim Pick out the hens that are Intended tho ensilage, for It will spoil for sev 'urved, as In a malo fowl. that tho kingdom was "nigh unto you." for tho regular breeding pens. He eral Inches on nil exposed sides, ,n thlB "ectlon wo havo BCt bufore suro that tho selection Is carefully MAKES ARTIFICIAL DAYLIGHT us not only the probable ,,muu- manner A chill brought on by tho udder A mAchinn fnr .nnkin,. nninni.i whereby tho ambassadors may bo re-coming In contact with frosty ground daylight to be sed for matching col- - "'ed but also their attitude towards Stabled dairy cows should have two Is apt to ruin your best cow. ors and tints has recently been In. those who shall reject them. Jesus, by Jor three hours during tho middle part nted. It consists of a cabinet. 28 J y when they are left entirely De.plU the mod.rnlzatlon of Japan, there still survive In the village. ' Ono of the causes for weak Is many curious old customs, smon8 these being the K.kko dance. Th. parade undisturbed. he8flhlgth- - ""mounted by a dome- ,?Jto,e of thSic the result of compelling the ew"s to ' lanterns, for live on coarse foods. "1 ' ' 7he reject thembassadors of dn"r.! ?"haancs wai onginaiiy a nociurnsi ansir. mter mem Toiiow tne perform- hrn' mo Don t change breeds. Keep tho one He emphasizes this by saying ' a sneelal tvno thrnuirli nlnixu nf "H tt"'1 " (v- - 1C) that ho 18 hearJ lo lmprove ' ae.pl.eU Ut keePs ,ho cow" dmml crrylng small Qtbor Idow do tbe ,ng UB whon the pMture so(g horL' ugrlmeat. when these, hi. representatives, are jno 'nK' about in tho lower part of the cabinet beard or de,Pied- rn-ll). menl. What li probably tho most valuable tree In tho world, the Canter scgua-cntalso popularly called the Gantcr avocado and alligator Dear tree, was , planted at Whlttler, Cal., In 1905, by A- - " nidoout. u boro frUt at four years of age. When flvo years old It produced a crop of 1,300 pears. Dur ing the year 1912, seven years nfter planting, tho Qanter tree boro over 3,000 pears which sold nt from $G to so a dozen, totaling In nil. J 1.600, Huddlng wood from tho tree, sold at ten cents a bud, the same year, brought $1,706, so tho total revenue of tho treo for tho year amounted to tne phenomenal sum of 13,206, Tho (lantcr tree wns nnmed after A M. Qanter, who once owned tho ranch on which tho tree is planted. It Is a seedling, the seed having been part of some unsclccted seed brought, pre sumably, rrom Mexico and planted promiscuously, other seedlings which grow from the Bamo planting are con splcuous for tho Infinite variety of re-they hvo Produced. Ono tree, "V11 planted at the same time as tho fa mous Oanter, has grown to the same height as the Oanter (about 40 feet), but It never bears moro than 50 pears a season. Tho Oanter, besides being a prolific bearer, has demonstrated Its superior ity in nardlness during the severe frost which California experienced last winter. Iludded Oanter stock to seedling roots, survived, while In many cases the seedling stock to iNinMHONAL ' SUNWSCHOOL Lesson Hy I!. O. HW.t.Kns. Director of KvenlnK Driiiirttmnt, the Moody lllble Inntltute. i IiIcsro.) 'iC lalt a" , -2 !' r,o I Vi V. 7 .... ... self-respe- ... one-hal- wis-gon- oppor-fc-ntv- e. BKH hard-burne- Kakko Dancers of Japan black-winge- d ; ucci-puii- 1 I Xrn ""W" T "".y0 Sm".... ul "hETv fSfe S Zl Z g Pago Four. THE CITIZLN. January a, 101 1. NOTICE! C0LLE3E ITEMS he voters of the Berea Graded Ily order of the! Mr Claude Anderson, n college School District. Board of Trustees of Ihe Berea graduate of Hie clas '13, who Is Graded School District an election teaching at Buckhorn, was in Be will be held nl Ihe Berea Public rea Saturday and Sunday. FROM A NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED .Mr. I.eo. F. Otlllgan, principal of School Building, Saturday, January VARIETY OF SOURCES 17, 101 1, from (ho hours of 8 n.m the Iatuimillc Schools, Tntumvillc, to I iuii. for Ihe purpose of nseer-- 1 Tenn., spent several days last week , ... , n Maining tin will of the legal voters ' Her. Mr. Gllllgan was return- ... ... . ,. Lis work from his homo at ' Mrl re: who In Tlbeen in Georgia for. the "'K Trustees of 1miw, where ho spent Christmas, " "' ' some t me, has nrcep led a position Mr. Jack Wood of ildie, a faM '""""'ft I" nmouiit within' wiili Mr. fe. IR . ..calc. ((, con,ti,uonaI ,mU of 2 cenl ,.r ttuAenl ,,f tho Academy, was vis- Miss Addie Fish nfter spending of the CITT IMIONK 183 assess! valuation, for the iKnjr friends in Berea last Friday. Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co, more Ihnn two weeks with friends purpose of erecting and equipping Mr. Clark Wilson on his way to and relatives in Illinois, returned, a suitable school building. Pulaski County, where ho will ho Sunday. DAN H. BRICK All white male voters residing engaged in Agricultural work for The .Messrs. John Evans and Bert within the limits of the district, the U. S. Department of Agriculture Fire, Life, Acodeat, and Lire Steele Johnson, former students of Berea, and all while women over 21 years slopped off in Berea last week to INSURANCE who have been taking a special of age within the district, who can visit with his many friends. Mr. Will sign jour bond. course in Agriculture at the Uni- read and write, are allowed to vol" Wilson has been preparing for this Richmond, Ky. versity of Wisconsin, arc visiting on said question of bond issue. Phone 505 work at the University of Wisconsin their parents and many friends near for tho past two years. J. S. Gotl, President Berea. Mr. Hugh M. Oldlleld of the class & N, TIME TABLE L. W. O. Hayes .Mr. Win. Jones, traveling salesof '12, who is now a teacher at tho North Bound, Local BEREA, KY. MAIN ST. Military School at F C. Wyun .j Green Brier Va Knoxville 7:00 a. m 10:65 p. m. man, was in town out Sunday. l.cwfsburg, W. was a Berea viswho had his Mr. Frank Evans W. G. Best 1:07 p. m. 3:52 a. m. BEREA Monday of this week. 6:30 p.jn. 7:45 a. m. ankle broken in a football skirmish Cincinnati Chns. D. Lewis, Secretary. itor Mr. C. G. Degman of Reno, Nevada, last fall was able Monday for tho . Dound, Local South a student of Berea fourteen years Election Officers: 6:30 a. m. 8:15 p. m. llrst time to walk to town. Cincinnati Thu Misses Zula Davis and Anna UNION CHURCH NEWS. ago, is in Berea for the winter. 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. to. BEREA A. Johnon who has so W. L. Harrison, Judge Mr. W. At the prayenneeting Thursday Gnsip are in school at Berea for Mrs. Hnldcrman and her mother Knoxville 7:00 p. m. 5:50 a. m. faithfully served as Deputy Sheriff Joe Pitts, Judge winter and spring terms, real' ,liKnl tllL l,as,or nml "Hiers wl" Mrs. Sinclair, entertained i Express Train in this end of Madison County for K. F. Coyle, Clerk Ywl,!ivc a rl,orl of 1,10 Student Volun- - Tho Sunday School at Dreyfus is Canadian fashion n hapr 1v No. 33 will stop to take on passen- the last eight years, was sworn in Chas. Burdelte, Sheriff. , .I . iwr Conxention at Kansas City. rapidly improving with Jas. Denny 1. gers for Knoxville and points beyond. again Monday for another four year iears pari) i.m vm. of tl0 II1();,t important acting as Superintendent. Tlls was South Bound term. (Ul.-i- . n. . J JJililM111111 ,' IW IUt'"l f lllllfe If I IIIU IVMf"""'' 8:00 a. rn. Cincinnati Miss I'.lia l.unsford, teacher of gatherings for the year, the inllu- -' Mr. Frank Vose, Foreman Brick 11:55 a.m. BEREA layer, returned last week from Rock- enco of w hich will he felt thru Ihe primary das', gavo her class a To I I No. 32 will stop at Berca to take lege. Fla.. where he had a very I.... miiimhI ,...I,.t rtl.. ...... I... ji. Mi;iuv liiniif iiuii nir iii.iuv tens. .iiini.i i.ii iiimnimy on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and pleasant visit with his sister, Mrs. The report will be full of interest. in. from 1:30 to .1:30. All reported a points beyond. All are invited. Robert Walker and husband. Mr. nice lime. North Bound Mr. Fred Turner from Kcrby Vose brought some splendid speci 4:45 p. m. BEREA mens of grape fruit and oranges On Sunday next the preacher will Knob spent the night with his aunt Cincinnati 8:50 p. m. back with him. be Dr. Hubbard. In the absence of Mrs. Win. Jones. .Mrs. G. W. Herd is on tho sick delightful Newk Year's dinner the pastor who, with Mr. Osborne Tho Misses Nina and Bertha King was given at tho hospitable home and Prof. Dodge, goes as a delegate list. were in Lexington, Thursday and Mm Bessie Todd and brothor to Lincoln Institute to take part in of Mrs. W. A. Todd last week. KenFriday of last week. tucky corn-fe- d turkey and fairy bisthe installment and formation of James returned homo last week Mr. Ira Holliday. who was on his cuits received court attention. .the Lincoln Institute Union Church. from Illinois. They are planning to way to Kentucky Wesleyan to enter The annual business meeting with spend a few months at home. Those around the festive board fichool, stopped over in Berea last Mr. Carl l.unsford is contemplatthe dinner takes place on Thursday, were Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Stephens, Mr. week for a visit with his uncle, Mr. ing moving to North Dakota. 15th of January, at 5:00 p.m. the and Mrs. Thos. J. Osborne, Mr. and G. I). Holliday. Mrs. H. E. Taylor, Miss Maurinc Slate Lick. Miss Fannie Moycrs arrived SunFaulkner and Miss Grace Leahy. KNAPP HALL. Slate Lick, Jan. I. Mr. Charles day for a visit of a few weeks with The funeral of Mrs. Arthur BarThe finishing of Knapp Hall has rl.,.r returned homo Monday from relatives in town before going to ren, who died Friday morning, Jan. more tune man was expected Utingtiui where he had been spend-s- o j taken Richmond Slate Normal where she that the srhools have been late ut: holidays. will he in school for the rest of the 2nd, was held on Sunday at the home of Mr. Samuel Hollonsworth in getting started. They are now! year. u!lc. parks and son, at Blue Lick, Rev. Howard Hudson and ready for visitors. Any nrti. spent Christnias with her son, Mr. Ed Scrivncr and family, toofficiating. Burial place in the parents who call and sit a few j. parks, of Richmond. gether with his father and mother Berea cemetery. took Mrs. Barrett moments in the gallery will be con-- j r, jtoberts of Ohio is vis- havo moved to the Joe Adams farm a child six weeks old. Her Ivinced that their pupils will soon ltm relatives at this plcao at pres- in the country and will make their leaves husband and relatives have the ca,teh up in any loss in this late out. home thcro for this year. sympathy of the entire community. beginning of tho winter work. ur. w. m itoltorts of Villa Grove. Mr. C. II. Burdelte was in RichJohn, tho seventeen year old son Illinois, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. D. mond Monday. of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Guinn.died SERIOUS ACCIDENT. Parks one night laH week. Mr. A. C. Webb, who has been Saturday night, Jan. 3rd. He had Mrs. G. R.Thacker of Ohio was tho Mr. Robert L. RiohanNon, a well leaching near Berea the past fall, been a sufferer all his life, and for of Mrs. W. I). Parks from Sat known citizen of Berea. now travel-;gue- -l was in town Saturday of last week. the last four years wascondned to ing salesman for the Virginia Ciro- - unlay till Monday. Mr. Webb will be in Richmond this ' I ina Chemical Co.. while erosiug t lie bed, being tcnderely cared for by On December 22nd Mr. June Fow- winter studying law with Hon. II. C. his parents and sisters. The funerand Mis Nora McCormick sur- railroad track to Ihe depot at l.eb-lRice. al services were held in the Union was done to a turn and cranberry anon, Ky, was struck New Year's pried their many friends by driv- SCAFFOLD CANE BRIDOE. ' Mr. Arlic McGuire was called to Church at Scaffold Cane, with burial eve and seriously injured. Mr. mg to the homo of Hro. Bradford The new steel bridge over the Eliz- - sauce whetted the appetite. his home in Magoffin County Friday in the Scaffold Cane cemetery where abeth Branch of Silver Creek is a Those participating were Mr. and Richardson was immediately remov- -' and uniting in marriage. Mr. ht of last week on account of the ill- Mr. and Mrs. Guinn have laid to to everyone who passes over Mrs. Clyde Stilwcll, Prof, and Mrs. ed to a hospital in Louisville where ler it a son of Mr. J. W. Fowler of ness of his mother. rest three other children. Berea and Miss Nora is an only it. Of course, in tho summer time Horace h. Cromer, Mr. and Mrs. H. his right arm was amputated. Miss Lucy Holliday, who has been All Berea is deeply grieved that daughter of Mrs. Linma McCormick Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Ellis, and it used to be pleasant to ford the E. Taylor, ProL Peck. Miss Sinclair, spending the holidays at home, re- baby Junior, who have been visit- - branch, such an accident should befall one of Slate Lick. Many congratulations. but a great part of and Miss Margaret Holderman. turned to Pinoville, Ky., where sho iug relatives and friends here dur- - the year horses struggled in the Mrs. Krnberg returned Tuesday of her citizens. Mr. Chas. McCurd of Paris is visis teaching in a Private school. Reports today are unfavorable for iting her mother, Mrs. F, N. McCoring Christmas, returned to their! mud and over the rough stony ap- - night from a two weeks visit to Mr. W. B. Ponder, a former stu home in Dallas, Texas, last Friday, proach and could only draw three Cincinnati. mick. an immediate recovery. Prof. C. 1). Lewis will deliver a dent of the Normal Department, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis will he rcmem-- 1 quarters of a load into town. The little son of Mr. Cain has now a contract carpenter at Gadscn, bered hero as Berea students about pneumonia at this writing. This bridge is one of seven in lecture in Richmond, Friday, under MADISON COUNTY. Ala., spent tho holidays with his live years ago. Mr. Ellis is mana- this magisterial district which be- - the auspices of the Methodist Dreyfus. parents near Berea. Mr. Ponder re- ger in the mechanical department of long to the administration of Squire church. His subject will be "The Coyle. Dreyfus, Jan. 5. Rev. Jamos Hazlewood, and ho has a right to, New Patriotism." turned to his work last Saturday. the Fox Typewriter Co. at Dallas. Cole. Jan. 7. Wo ao having l.unsford filled his appointment at j The following delegates who at- - Sand Gap Saturday anil Sunday. some very cold and cloudy weather Miss Nettie Scrivner of Richmond, Mr. A. Lincoln Kirby of Fresno, credit and satisfaction. The county paid $075 for the steel tended the Student Volunteer Con- Ky., is at home with her mother on Cal., visited with relatives Henry Baker, who has been sick in this neighborhood. and Mrs. S. A. Rico visited Mrs. M. Center St. for a few weeks. friends for a few days, leaving for work, the town put in tho hutment vention at Kansas City, have return- - So loin: with cnnttitnnlinn died .Inn Mr. II. W. Coddington of Roanoke, his home on Christmas day and and till on the north side, and the ed and report an enthusiastic and ui amj was buried at Red Hill cem- - Powell Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Murray wero citizens outside the corporation with inspiring convention: Misses Blan- - elory. Funeral services were hold Ya., visited tho latter part of last reaching there probably on guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. m,. homo at 10.30 by Rev. Luns-'UCodday. It had been thirteen the help of the Collego provided the die Nicolia, Nellie Coe, Jesse Raine, wcok with Mr. and Mrs. Bert .Rico Sunday. dington. years sinco ho lias visited Berea, hutment and fill on the south side. Lucy Smith, Carrie Spangler, Mar- - for,.' The subscription paper for this garni Todd and Mrs. Hunt, Messrs. Nettye and Dewey Powell spent Uarvvy Hornsby has moved but ho likes sunny California betMiss Bcltio Azbill went to- Richsouth fill is an interesting one be- - Jack Imrie. Walter Davison. Bur-- ,t0 his new hom) erected by Mr. part of Saturday night with Mar-cau- se mond Monday of this week for a ter. of the names it contains and nio Franklin, Walter Hatch and Dr. jas. Lunsford. shall and IV'lla Alford. Judge F. M. Morgan and wife were fbw weeks' visit with Mr. Joe Az-h' to Richmond Monday and because of the names it does not Roberts. visitors and family. Reports from tho Convention will contain. A subscription paper, by Miss Pearl Balsin of Lexington, Tuesday of this week. tho wa-- , is a mighty good test of bo given at the chapel service Sun- Mr. J. W. Dooley after a few days Ky., visited last week with Mrs. Sal-li- o character of folks. Some peo- - day night. visit with his parents, in Berea, the think it is smart to shirk pub Hanson on Chestnut St. o I Monday for an extended trip Mr. J. K. Maret of Flanagan, Ky., left PRISCILLA CLUB MUSICALE. lic duty and let other people do the spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. thru the South. Mrs. Chas. Burdette made a very tilings which will be for their hene- Even nt a High Price; but wc arc Selling ' G. I. Ogg, who is very sick at the Miss Grace L. Cornelius, who has lit. But everybody will enjoy tho rliarining hostess when on Thurs-nehospital. GOOD SHOES AT A LOW PRICE been visiting with her brother at bridge and horses most of all! Iday last, with the assistance of Mrs. Mrs. C. M. Rawlings of Panola, Ky., Fleming, Ky., for the last two weeks Stephens and Mrs. Robertson, she MRS. MARY MITCHELL. was also with Mrs. Ogg tho latter returned Tuesday night. gavo a musicalo to tho members of In loving memory of Mrs. Mary t,,c PnsciIla cluI, am, llieir guc9l8. pari of last week. H. R. Prather, representative Mr. Mrs. Finest Bender who has been of Colo Manufacturing Co., of Chi Mitchell who died December 31st, The program of piano, violin and visiting her mother, Mrs. J. J. Scriv- cago left Tuesday for a si.x months lOI.'t, at the home of Mrs. Curl Thorp vocal solos, Interspersed with readner, for several days, returned to trip thru tho middle west and south near Kingston, at tho ago of seven- ings by Mrs. Calfeo and Mrs. Scruggs her homo at Richmond, Ky., last ern states in behalf of his firm. ty years. Her death was not un- was greatly enjoyed by all. Mr. Prather will return to Berea in expected, ns sho had been in poor After tho music dainty refresh- health for sometime, tho clinging to Ilenls woro semM, ai)( Mr. D. M. Golt was a business Anuuai II)0stnIca u,. no visitor to Richmond, Monday. ib inui Mp x Welc,,.g milo Sf)n Sam But iiupo knew a.iu wu.i u took her panl M)Ca hour followed. God best and It js ,0 ,I(J 10J)e(J amu9caiQ ,nay who has been seriously ill with home. Bos des her husband sho 1)(,como ono of lll0 Ivgtllar featurcs pneumonia is somewhat better. leaves a sister, Mrs. Coralio Adams of Ul0 ,.rlMia program t10 fu- of Boulder, Colo., and a brother, j,.et COMING EVENTS. John Fortuno of Tuscola, III, and a Come and let us show you the values SUNDAY, JAN. lllh, 7:30 p.m. Forhost of friends and relatives. Her CARD OF THANKS. eign Missionary Rally; Reports remains were laid to rest in a cho wc are offering We wish to express our thnnks from Kansas City Delegates. sen spot in tho Adams burying and appreciation to our friends of WALK-OVESHOES for Men WEDNESDAY, Feb 11th, 7:30 p.m. ground. Berea and Scnffold Cano communiA niece,- -' Concert, Tho Chicago Ladies KRIPPENDORF-DITTMANN for Women ties who wero so kind and sympa Maggio Leo Spence. Orchestra. thetic during tho illness and death i ond BUSTER BROWN for Children of our son, Johnnie. The sooner you investigate the advantages . Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Guinn. ooooooooooc i LOCAL PAGE To I oooooooooo DR. BEST, DENTIST oooooooaoo Watch this Space for BARGAINS '' rcr' a'' form-barteri- ng J. B. RICHARDSON ' .... ,, - ' i STOVES Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, ..- -I m I Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, , r. ed jm er I Fow-delig- New-Year- "J jr ill Good Shoes are Cheap w a R. The Racket Store see CLARKSTON L2J Hardware and Groceries MAIN STREET, Near Bank SALE. Having hold my farm I will now offer at privato salo nil my stock and farming implements, including I brood marcs, 2 colts, 2 thoroughbred Jersey cows, 3 calves and 03 head of hogs. (ad) John W. Welch. of wearing Our Shoes the better it will be for you and us A A HAYES BEREA, - CS, "Ws Cash Store" - GOTT KENTUCKY January 8, 1014. THE CITIZEN. tho results of tho hindering pro-res- s. Pago THE CITIZEN PREMIUMS. Five (My M. Adclla Fox.) Into five different test lubes a wns placed, and Inlo each Few questions are of moro vital iimny mnltiro people ns nny oilier culture a few yeast plants or cells importance today of tlio Every physician knows were placed. Tho disease. culture In tho high cost of living.than thatcontend Many dial t tin rnnn who drinks Is mncli llrsl lube consisted of 1 pari nlcohol moro likely to ilfu when ho becomes lo ww parls of oilier liquid; tho 2nd 'that the revised tariff will have a stick with tills license limn tho man contained I part alcohol lo W) parts l very appreciable effect in reducing who does not drink. In order to of other liquid; tho .Ird contained 1 'expenses. lint wo cannot wait lo lest this matter n doctor not very part lo t); the lib contained 5 per Hud out about (hall Wo havo a relong ago innde an Interesting ex- cent alcohol while in ono tube thero putation for being a nation of liber periment with Iwo rahliils. Ono he was only pure culture with no al al spenders. Now, it is not what we earn but what we save shows fed regularly with waler the other cohol al all. After a few hours the our sagacity and wisdom that in tho uso ho fed regularly with wine. Ho number of yeast cells were counted fact inoculated liolli with pneumonia in a cubic, millimeter of each kind of money. It is a well-knogerms and wailed for results. In a of liquid. The culture thai contain- I hat Americans "sot" n belter tnblo few hours the total alulalner, af- ed no alcohol had 2001 yeast cells than any oilier people. Tho French ter, being n hit indisposed, was run- in one en. m, in,; tube number t and other foreigners who como lo ning nhoiil as if not It i iik unusual contained 1,101 cells in one cu. in. our shores could almost live on the had happened; and the liplcr in.; lube number two contained W2 food lhal wo throw away. Many of promptly developed a violent case cells; tube number three had &r2, us would bo moro economical wero of pneumonia, look to his lied and and lube number four had only 0D it nol for Iho fear of the opinion of died. What is line of those rail-hi- ts cells in a cubic millimeter. Thus our neighbors who would consider is true also of men and women wo see thai tho presenpe of alcohol us sllngy. The old adage "that n woman can and every doctor knows II. even in very small quantities inII used to he the custom to give terferes with (he growth of cells sick people wino or brandy or in (he yeast plant. It Is not a whiskey very frequently hecauso long strelrh of the Imagination to It was thought that this was the conclude thai it will interfere seribest way (o help them get well. Wo ously willi the growth of tho cells know now thai this is one of the - the while blood corpuscles and surest ways to hasten their death. others-- in the human body. lany people still insist thai those I shall give one more illustration sicK Willi pneumonia, lulierculosls to show how the use of alcohol is and oilier seed diseases should have closely related to sickness and death. a plentiful supply of alcohol to I go again to the records of insurdrink, Iml (he wisest doctors know ance companies. If there are any better. II Is especially harmful in figures in the world that tell the cases of tuberculosis. Whenever truth they are insurance llgures. tho patient takes a big drink of Insurance tables are built upon n brandy ho drives another nail In thoroughly orient illc basis, and II Is his coilln. An Investigation was very necessary for Iho companies made by a great physician about to know the exact (ruth about the twelve years ago in a French sana probable length of life of individutorium where a large number of als before they can make a table of tubercular patients were being rales that will be reliable. treated and it was learned that A number of European life insurper cent of these patients ance companies made this investi30 were avowed alcoholics, 1T7 per gation which extended over a perMits Fox oenl were moderate drinkers, 27 per iod of more than half a century cent were occasional drinkers, and and involved the life records of mil- throw more out of the hack door I stock for homo use. This is as only t per cent were total abstain- lions of men. The companies divid- with a spoon than her husband can mistaken an idea of economy as it ers. In another hospital ward there ed the men into three groups, all bring in tho front door with a is for the good woman of tho house were 30 tubercular patients, 31 of tin; groups starling at the twen- spade" is well worth our considerlo send the eggs lo tho store, and whom were users of alcohol. tieth year of age. One group con- ation. Tho few spoonfuls of dough servo pork almost the year round In one province of France where tained (ho men who drank moder- or other material left in the cook- on the table, instead of cooking the people used a certain amount of ately after they were twenty till ing utensils, tho half do'zen pota- eggs in some of the many tasty of and healthful ways other than wine per capita the death rato per their death; the third group con- toes, tho safe drawer half-fu- ll swimming in grease. 1,000 people from tuberculosis was tained the men who drank heavily stale biscuits all of which eventuEggs and milk aro Iho most simple 3.3. In another province where peo- after twenty until their death. It ally find their way inlo the swill ple used three times as much wino was found that (he first group the pail, is nol considered a wasteful and nourishing of foods and are died on Iho average disposal of food hecauso it helps usually lo be had in abundance in per capita the death rate per 1,000 was 10.8 per cent. this giving to feed the bogs. Hut when wo most country homes. al Iho age of sixty-fou- r, years. realize that tho cost of food stuffs Now you must not suppose that them an expectation of The buying and making up of using alcohol causes peoplo to gel The second group the occasional forms the larger sharo of our expens- shoddy materials in order to havo a tuberculosis. The disease does not drinkers died on the average at es such improvident waste 305 days now waist or frock for almost every come from the alcohol, but tho use the age of 51 this giving lliein an of the year is a most expensive hab- occasion rather than the purchase of alcohol does prepare the body expectation of 31 years. The third it. Feed is cheaper than food. A little of ono good dress; carelessness in for tho disease. It weakens Ibo tis- group the heavy drinkers died on more care taken when Iho meal is tho caro of tools and farming imsues and Intoxicates the white cor- the average al the ago of 35, having being prepared, the combination of plements; Ibo failuro lo keep up the puscles, or even hinders their an exception of only 15 years. left overs into wJioIesomc and pala- odds and cuds and watch for small growth nearly altogether, so that Croup one lived their full time and table dishes, a little belter judg- leaks in the home and on tho farm; when tho tuberculosis germ enters died at Iho end of II years; group ment of tho amount required for tho running "storo accounts"; wasteful expenditure for desired momentary tho body to do its deadly work it two gave 13 years of life for 31 meal, which should bo so nourishdoes not have to overcome a strong years of occasional drinking; group ing and satisfying as to ovcrcoino pleasure; these aro the lilllo foxes "Vodyguard beforo it begins its three gave 20 years of life for 15 the children's habit of crumbling that destroy the grapes. years of heavy drinking. work of tissue destruction. I did a little tlguring You wbnder how tho presence of here and life? If you decide lo gel rid of peel to sizo of fourth class mail. of such matter greater In alcohol interferes with the growth was astounded to learn that every a portion of lifo for a lilllo drink- I of tho white corpuscles. You must heavy drink a man takes costs him ing, you can figure il out; take your size man i incites in icngiu ami girth combined can not be acceptremember that Ibo whilo corpus- an hour of life. This statement may drinks and count tho hoursl I shall now discuss Alcohol and ed for mailing. cles are cells. They are produced not be scientillcally correct, but it On and after March 10, 191 i, Tho in the marrow of the bones and in is nearly enough correct lo make Morality. ( To be continued.) parcel post will be extended so as a few other parts of tho body. As a young man think many times beto include books. The rato of postlo' Just what chemical process goes fore he begins In diink liquors of age on books shall bo one cent for How on when alcohol is present I shall any kind in any quality. NEW PARCEL POST RATES. not attempt to explain, but tho fol- many years do you as a young man each two ounces or fraction of an On and after Jan. 1, 101 i, tho limit ounce up to eight ounces and on lowing experiment will illustrate wish to cut olT at tho other end of weight of parcels of fourth clasi those weighing in excess of eight mail for delivery within tho first ounces the regular zono rato shall and second zones shall be increased apply. from 20 lo 50 pounds and in tho D N. Welch, P. M, Dcrca, Ky. third, fourth, llfth, sixth, seventh SEX HYGIENE. and eighth zones from 11 to 20 pounds. Lecture and Exhibit for all Pareats. Very important exhibit, which is Tho rale of postage on parcels exceeding 1 ounces in weight in tho being sent from city to city, touchthird fourth, fifth, and sixth zones ing instruction in sex hygiene has reached Herea, and is on exhibition t. Sixty acre Blue Grass farm near Kingston, Ky., shall be as follows: Third Zono Six cents for tho al tho Industrial Building. It is good house, a bargain at $3,000. Terms to suit Hi st pound and two cents for each open to parents, and there will bo purchaser. additional pound or fraction of a four lectures to explain the pictures ami charts which aro on exhibition. pound. Thirty-tw- o of Berea, acre farm 2 miles north 2. Fourth Zono Seven cents for Iho Tlieso lectures aro given in the really worth $too per acre. A snap at $2,000. Your first pound anil four cents for each Agricultural room in Ibo Industrial additional pound or fraction of a lluilding al II o'clock and 1:30 on own terms. Saturday and Monday. All parents pound. Fifth Zone Eight cents for the aro invited. 3. The best farm in Madison county at the price. Admission to both lectures and exllrsl pound and six cents for each 1 76 acres 5 miles south of Richmond. Good buildings, additional pound or fraction of a hibits free. all kinds. We are almost ashamed to print the price, pound. UNITED STATES NEWS Sixth Zono Nino cents for tho $62.50 per acre. (Continued from Pago one.) first pound and eight cents for each One brand new dwelling house, large basement, 6 additional pound or a fraction of a made duo to previously existing ine4. qualities and after special considerpound. rooms all plastered, 4 grates, cabinet mantels, hardwood ation of each individual case. Tho Seventh and Eighth lloors. Large lot, good barn, on Boone St., Herea. Price havo not been changed. Zones rates reductions total $1,500 and affect fifty employees. Tho increases total $1700. Terms to suit purchaser. Seventh Zono Eleven cents for over $50,000 nnd nircct 1,100 men. tho llrsl pound and (en cents for Huge Skeleton Found in Virginia. 5. One large two story concrete block store house each additional pound or fraction Tho skeleton of a hugo mastodon in best business part of Berea. Now rented and paying of a pound. unearthed near llluo Hidgo Springs, Eighth Zono Twelvo cents for Va., will bo sent to tho Smithsonian legal interest on $3000. Can be bought for $2000 Terms tho llrsl pound and twelvo cents for Institute al Washington. II measvery liberal. each additional pound or fraction of ures thirty feet in length, with a Remember, the above is only a few of the many a pound.. jaw four feet in width, ribs six Tho eighth zono rato applies also inches wldo, teeth five Inches in bargains we have to offer. on all parcels for foreign couutrlcs width and tusks llvo feet in length. including Canada, Cuba, Moxico, Yours for a syiare deal, IN OUR OWN STATE. Shanghai, China and Alaska. (Continued from Pago One.) Tho ralo on parcels for tho first and second zones is llvo cents for zatfon as tho "Community Welfare Ibo first pound and ono cent for nnd Progress Association," that tho each additional pound or fraction of country schools bo consolidated, having ono graded school for each a pound. As the first and second zones reach community. That agricultural ex150 miles, tho postage on a 50 pound ports bo appointed in each county. parcel to Cincinnati, O., would bo That agricultural account-keepin- g BERJDA KENTUCKY 51 cents. bo encouraged so that farms might L No chango has been made in res- - bo run on a business basis. THE TEACHER AND THE TEMPERANCE QUESTION. (Dmtliiunl mm Page One.) REDUCING THE HI0H LIVING. COST OF culture bread all over Iho house to Iho delight of the hens but lo Iho dismay of tho bread winner, will help lo remedy this useless expense. Men and boys aro Improvident when at tho country stores. A rainy day is tho storekeeper's bar-ve- st day. 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Long, a wealthy lum ber dealer, formerly of Shelby Coun ty, has given $1,000,000 to the Disci- plo Church, providing an additional llvo million be raised. This fund will bo distributed among various denominational institutions, $350,-0of it going to Transylvania. The University is to bo congratulated on its good fortune. 00 tho dance at important public balls, as most of the men dancers aro army men. Dancing of tho tango has also boon prohibited al tho most elaborato festival in the city hall during tho carnival season. THE BEREA GRADED SCHOOL. For Sale! WORLD NEWS. (Continued from Vigo One.) m Huerta Releases the Deputies. deputies, members of tho Mexican parliament, who woro imprisoned by Huerta last October, havo been released today. Tho former Minister of Justico and also of Publio Education aro still in prison. Tho judge of the courts declared in tho case of tho men released that thero was no ground for tho charge of treason which va3 mado against them. Twenty-si- x Portuguese Government on Verge of Collapse. It seems to bo only n question of a short timo till tho expected breakup of Portugal will tako place. All that prevents tho government trom boing overthrown at tho present timo is tho fact that tho revolutionists havo no acknowledged leader. Tho British and German governments aro negotiating in regard lo tho Portuguese colonies in Africa. Just what will becomo of Portugal itself no ono has been ablo lo pro Tho peoplo of Berea will bo given, an opportunity on Saturday the 17th , of January to mako ono of the best steps forward that they have ever taken. They will then bo asked to voto bonds for tho erection and equipment of a Graded School building. Tho Collcgo has done great things for tho community but it , cannot eflucato every one as peoplo arc learning at tho present time, and a community can rise only a9 all of its members aro educated. To accomplish this tho peoplo of Bo-r- ea havo voted a Graded School, and tho coming election is to determine whether tho school will bo built at once, by business methods, to or delayed until annual taxes sufficient to meet tho expenses. No one, knowing tho spirit of Berea people, can doubt tho result, but overy legal voter wants to register a "yes" to mako progress doubly sure. accu-inula- C. D. L. phesy. Tango iomiddeu. Uniformed olllcors of tho Austrian army nro forbidden by a War Ofllco edict to dance tho tango at publio balls. This practically bars AO Bicknell b Harris Our Conrieof Six Lraions will leach roil at Homa becomo a good l'EN MAN Tbeo leasoni art copiously illustrated ana tiara primed uiracuoni for practica and criticism of your work. Enclose 1 cent itiinn for Trial Lessou. S 1' A L I) I NO' S KANSAS CITY, MO POM'L COLLEGE. AT HOME ' Dealers in Real Estate PIIR " H M - MaS LP HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FUHS AN 9 HIDES Woel n Cammlnlon. WtlU for prlct lilt mentioning Ihli ad. AND HIDES JOHN WHITE M0.lsv7lw I'.IRP SIX. THK CITIZEN. January 8, 1014. "Hum!" tinned the captain nloud. "I guess he has been travel In" nights. Cy Whittaker's Place By JOSEPH C. LINCOLN Copyright. ICCS. by D. Appleton 6 cn Co. SYNOPSIS. Roman Atkins wants to u Cy Whittaker's place. Cy unexpect-idl- y returns to his boyhood home. Every one In Ilaypurt venerates and fears Atkins except Cy Atktns opposes the selection of Miss Phoebe Danes as Osn-:i.n- teacher Cy champions Phoebe Dawes against Atkins, and she Is elected teacher. Cy engages Mrs Beasley as housekeeper (leasley. Kmlly Cy discharges Mrs "com : in don't" Richards Thomas, aged eight, arrives at asked: Cy's ilico "Is this Cnp'n WhlttakcrV" Ts name es. 'TIs'StnTili. come t. "Bhe ts an orphan and has come to live "Yes." was the short answer. think of It John Smith. Funny you with him. although he did not Invite her "Well, cap'n. I guess you don't know should guess right, wan't It?" to do so. Cy Is furlo'is. but he grows fond of her me, though maybe you know some of The captain was In the dining room and keeps her. lie nicknames her "rtos'n." my family. Ha.h.i! Don't understand when Ilos'n appeared. and sho learns to love him. Well, you let me In nnd Dawes and Captain Cy save thnt, hey? Hiss PIij.-"Good morning, I'ncle Cyrus." she Emily from an ugly cow. The captain I'll explain the Joke." fald. "You'io been waiting. Inucn't admires the teacher. The captain's reply was calm and de- you? Am 1 late? I didn't mean to Captain Cy, to help Phoebe, decides to run as a candidate for membership on liberate. be." "1 shouldn't wonder If I understood Ou school committee. "No. no! You ain't late early. If Captain Cy InxTs'Conirreisman Atkins It. I received your letter today from anything. .Rreakfast ain't quite read) to Emllv's birthday party, and the law. Concord." he snld. "Come In. Don't" yet. Come here and set In my lap. I maker decides to accept. Congressman Atkins gets a severe shock The remainder of the sentence was wnut to talk to you." when he learns the last name and Idenll.y whispered, and tie listeners on the of the girl Kmlly A mysterious stranger sofa could not bear It A moment later ' He took her on bis knee. She looked up Into his face. arrives at Cy Wlilttajter'.ulacg. Captalu Cy entered the sitting room. j "What's the matter. I'ncle Cy?" she "Emily Itlchnrds Thayer." replied followed by his caller I asked "What makes you so sober?" the raptnln. cnrrled nwny hy enthusiThe latter was a stranger. He was "Sober? If you ain't the oldest young asm and off Ills guard fur once. a broad shouldered man of medium one for eight jenrs I ever saw! Whj. "To Km" began Heman. Tlieu lie height, with a yellowish mustache and I ain't sober No. no! Say. Ilos'n. do paused and for the first time In his brown hair. He was dres-seIn rather jou like your school as well us ever?" public life seemed at a loss fur words. shabby clothes, without an overcoat, I like It letter all the i "Yes. sir. be bad a soft felt bat In Ills hand. time." and He carried himself with a swagger, "Do. hey? And that teacher woman and after his eutrnucc there was a go on llkln" her?" perceptible nroma of iilcobol In the The child utxldcd emphatically. "Yes room. sir." she said. "And I haven't been He stared at the board of strategy, kept nfler since that orce." and the stare was returned In full "Sho. sho! Course you ain't! So measure. Ralley and Asaph were you think Itayport's ns nice ns Con wildly curious. They, of course, con- cord, do you?" nected the stranger's arrival with a "Oh. lots nicer! If mamma was mil) mysterious letter and the captain's here I'll never want to he niiyw hen perturbation of the day. else. And not then. 111:1.1 be. unless you Rut their curiosity was not to be was there too." satisfied, at least not then. "Hum! W.mt to know! Say. Ros'n. "How are you. gents?" hailed the how would you feel If you bud to go newcomer cheerfully. "I.Ike the looks somewhere else?" of me. do you?" I'd "To live? Have we got to? Captain Cy cut off further converfeel dreadful, of course. It:it If you've sation. got to go. 1,'ncle Cyrus, why" "Ase." he said, "this er gentleman No; I nln't got to go mix ".Me? and I have got some business to talk whores. Rut "twns you I was thlnl:!n over. know you're good enough of Wouldn't want to leave the o'd friends of mine not to mind If I ask man. hey?" you to clear out. You'll understand "To leave you oh. I'ncle Cyrus!" you will understand, boys, won't you?" ' She was stiirln? at him now. ntn' "WHAT'B Tn WATTEII. nktlAX?" ASKED he added almost entreatlngly. her chin was trembling. THK CAPTAIN ANXIOUSLY. "Sartln sure!" replied Mr. Tlddltt. "Uncle." she demanded, "you ain't he asked, und his band rising hurriedly. "Don't say another "What?" going to send me uwny? Haven't I hook. "1 fear I dldu't catch the word. Whit." And the mystified been n good girl?" name." Rangs concurred with a "Yes. yes-w- hy, The captain's lips shut tight. "No wonder." laughed Mr. TldditL of course! Dldu't have nothln' "Hello!" said n voice The pair "Cy's to crazy tonight he'd forgot his that nmounts to nothln' to stay for looked up. The man who had arrived own name. Know what you said. Cy? anyhow. See you tomjrrer. Cy." Tou said she was Kmlly Richards Outside and at the gnte they stopped j on the previous night stood In the sit ting rcom doorway. Thayer! Haw' bawl She ain't a and looked at each other. Emily saw the stranger nnd slit' Her last name's Thayer. Heman. "Well!" exclaimed Asaph. "If that Thomas. She's Kmlly Richards Thay- ain't the strangest thing! Who was from Captain Cj's knees. The captain j er's granddaughter, though. Her grand' that feller? Where'd he come from? rose. "Ros'n." be sihl. "this Is Mr. er dad was .lohu Thayer, over to Orham Did you notice how Cy ncted? SeemGood land. I forgot! Well, what of It, ed to be boldln' himself tu by main Smith, who's roln' to mnke us a III want you to shake hand-wittie visit. Cy? "Twould have to he known some strength." him " time." "Did you smell the rum on him," Every one looked at Captain Cy then. returned Ualley "on that t'other chap. The girl dutifully opproached Mr No one observed .Mr. Atkins for the I mean? Didn't be look like a reg'lar Smith nt.'d ox'onited her hand. He moment. When they did turn their no account to you? And. say. Ase. took It nnd ld It In bis own. gaze upon the great man he had sunk didn't he remind you of somebody "Is this the" he began. back In bis chair, the glass of lemon- you'd seen somewheres kind of. In a Captain Cy bowed assent. ade was upset upon the cloth before way?" "Yes." be said, his eyes tlxed on tin him. and he. with n very white face, They walked home In n dazed state, visitor's face. "Yes. Don't forget whin was staring at Emily Richards asking unanswerable questions nnd vou said hist tii.'ht " Thomas making profitless gnees. Rut Asaph's Smith sho k his head. "No." he re, Med "I nln't the Mm "What's the matter, Heman?" asked nuul remark seemed to sum up the the captain anxiously. "Ain't sick, are situation. that forpets unless It pays pretty well. you?" There's sooe things Ve remembered "There's trouble comln' of this, The congressman started. be declared. "And It's trouble for for quite u few yeurB " "Oh. no!" be said hurriedly. "Ob, Cy Wbittukir. I'm afraid. Poor old He looked the child over from head no! Hut I'm afraid I've tolled your Cy! Well, we'll stand by him. uuy- - to foot, und bis brows drew together In ' cloth It was awkward of me. I I bow. 1 don't believe he'll sleep much an ugly frowu. I npologlze real! I" tonight. Dldu't look us though be "So this Is her. hey?" he muttered He wiped bis face with his handker- would, did he? Who Is that feller?" musingly. "Humph! Well. duu't chief. Captain Cy laughed. kuow us I'd have guessed It. Favors never mliiil the tablecloth." be "Oh. "Mornlu". Oeorglunna." said Captain the other side of the house more the raid. "1 caliate It's too soiled already Cy to bis housekeeper as the latter un respectable side. I should say Still, to he hurt by a bath, even a lemon locked the back door of the Whlttaker there's n little brand of the lost sheep, one. Well, you've all htnrd the toast. house next morning. "I'm a little hey enough to prove property, huh? Full glasses now. Here's to you, ahead of you this time." Murk of the beast. I s'pose the psalm Ilos'n! Drink hearty, nil bauds, and Miss Taylor, being liayport born anil slngln' relations would call It. D u give the ship n good name." 'em. I" bred, was an early riser. If the heartiness with which they "Steady!" broke In the captain. Mr "Land sakes!" she exelulmed. "I drank Is a criterion, the good name of should say you was! What In the Smith started, seemed to remember Then the world got jou up so curly? Ain't sick, where lie was, and his manner the ship was established. assembly adjourned to the silting are you?" changed. room and yes, even the front parlor. "Come nnd see me. honey," be "No," replied the captain wearily. "I Not since the days when that sacred ain't sick, didn't sleep very well coaxed, druwln-- ; the girl toward him apartment had been desecrated by the last night, that's all." by the band be was holding. "Ain't Irreverent city Isiardcrs. during the tieorglauuu looked shurply at him. you got a nice kiss for me this line Howe regime had Its walls echoed to Ills face was haggard, nnd bis eyes mornlu'? won't Don't be scared. such whoops mid shouts of laughter had dark circles under them. bite." The children played "postnlllce" nnd IIos'u looked shrlnklngly nt Mr. "Humph!" she grunted. "No, I guess "Copenhagen" and "chip In, clap out," you didn't. Looks to me us If you'd Smith's iiiisbiiten cheeks and then at while the grown folks looked on. Captain Cy The hitter's fac e was "Ain't they bavin' u line time, cup'n?" becu up all night." Then she added absolutely devoid of cpresslon. He gushed Miss liiluucy. "Don't It make an anxious query , " 'Tulu't IIos'u sho merely nodded. you wish you was joung again?" ain't sick, I hope?" So Kmlly kissed one of the hrlstlltr; 1 say, Oeor"Angle." replied Captain Cy solemn"No. She's nil right. cheeks. The UWh whs returned fob ly, "don't tempt uie don't! If they glunna. you put on an ex try plate tht.j upon the mouth, i'lu wiped her lips keep on playiu' that Copenhagen and mornlu'. Cot tompany for breakfast." and darted away to her chair by the you stand right alongside of mo there's The hotisekis'per was surprised. table no tellln' ubat'll happen.'' 'Tor breakfast?" she repeated. , "What's your hurry?" Inqnlnd tho Angellne declared Hint be wits "Land of goodness, who's comln' for visitor "Don't I do It right? Been but she fuced the threatened breakfast? I never heard of company some lime since I kissed a girl little danger nevertheless nnd bravely re- droppln" In for breakfast." one, any bow." he added, winking at mained where she wus. "It'n a a friend of mine. Well, not his host. "Never mind: we'll know Mr. Atkins went home early Jn the exactly a friend, maybe. He's up In each other liettcr by ami by." evening, taking Alicia with him. Ho the spare bedroom." He looked on In wontb ring disgust explained that his long railroad Jour "What's his uame?" as Ilos'n said her "grace." 1 ney hnd-- cr somewhat fatigued him "What difference does that make? "Whnt In blazes!" be burst out when and, though he baled to leare such a don't kuow's bis name makes uuy odd the little blessing was finished, "yiin gathering, be renlly about gettln' his breakfast for him." put her up to that? A leftover from felt that under the circumstances hH "Ob!" she sultTed. "is that the way the psalm singers. Is It?" departure would be forglu-u- . Cuptuln you feel? All right! I euu mind ,iny "I don't know," answered the cop Cy opened the door for him and stood own business, She tain, speaking with deliberation. "I thank you," watching as. holding bis daughter by flounced oer to the range. do know that I like to have her do It the hand, lie tnurcliiil majestically "I'm kind of our of sorts today," be anil that she shall do It as long's she's dowp the path. Why. his at.thls table." said. "i"t some headache. Is-I d 1 -1 h li-Bal-ley1 ! 1 1 "tur-rlble.- " 11 Thought he ought to be here quick, I shouldn't wonder, lie does look tired, that's n fact, and kind of pnle, seemed to me." "Well, there, now!" exclaimed Mrs. Tripp, who was looking over his shoulder. "Did you see that?" "No. What was It?" "Why. when be went to open his gate one of them nrlior vity bushes be set out this spring knocked his hat off And he never seemed to notice, but went right on. If I. Ida hadn't picked It up that nice new bat would have been Inyln' there yet. That' the most undignified thing ever I see Heman Atkins do. He must be tired out. poor man.'" The next day Cyrus was sitting at home conferring with his supporters. There came n knock at the door of the dining mini. The captain went to answer the knock. They heard the door open, and then a man's voice "Ofil she shall, bey? Well. I reck on- ""She shall as long ns she's at this table. Is I lint real plain nnd understandable, or sbnll I write It down?" There was nn Icy clearness In the captain's tone which seemed to freeze further conversation on the part of Mr Smith. He merely grunted nnd nte his breakfast In silence. He ule n great deal and nte It rapidly. Ros'n depnrtcd for school when the meal was over. Captain Cy helped her nn with her coat and hood. Then, as he nlwnys did of late, be kissed her goodby. "HI!" called Mr. Smith from the sitting room. "Ain't I In on thnt? If there's nny kisses goln' I want to tnke a bnnd before the deal's over." "Must I?" whispered Ros'n pleading ly. "Must I. I'ncle Cy? I don't want to. 1 don't like him." " "Come on!" called .Mr. Smith. "I'm gettln' over my baslifulness fast. Hurry up!" "Must kiss him. Fnrle Cyrus?" whlsiered Ros'n. "Must I?" "No!" snapped the captain sharply "Trot right along now. dearie. Re a good girl. (Joodby." He entered the sitting room. Ills, guest had found the Sunday Ibii and was lighting one of his host's ligirs. "Well." he Inquired easily, "what's next on the bill? Anything goln' on In this forsnken hole?" "There's n barber shop down the You might go there first. I road should say not that you need It. bul Just u; u noiclty like." 1 WWVTTTsrsfsfTTTtfsfftT1 NOT A BAD MATCH By DON LA GRANGE. One day tho good Deacon Penny-bonof the vlllago of Delhi, found It necessary to drlvo over to tho tillage of Wharton, six miles away. He was hitching up his horse and buggy when Mrs. Hannah Savage camo to the houso to say: "Deacon, they say you are going to drive over to Whnrton today V "Yes, I am," was tho rcpty. "Got n load?" "Only a Jug to bo filled with Ho." "You kuow my sister Sarah Uvea I e, about four weckt after that drive to Wharton and back ho called at the houto of his pastor and said: 'Tattor, I know a wldder woman In this town." "Yea?" waa replied. "She's a church member," "Yes?" "Shu's a darned nlco womanl" "Ho enreful, deacon!" "I'm kinder thlnklu' thnt as I am nldowor and she a wlddnr we might make n match." . ' over thero?" "Yes?" "She's purty well off, and I'm purty well off, and and " "And what?" "Why, I've come to ask yuJ what you think about It" "Do you love her?" asked tho pastor after a silence. "Can't uny Hint thinking about her has kept mo nwnko ulglita." "Have you courted her?" "Not a darned court!" "Deacon, mutt I caution you again Have you about jour profanity I tpoken to ber about marrlago?" "Not a darned 1 mean not a word." "Then, at I gather from your wordt. If you marry this widow It Is a selfish tort of marriage on your part" "Why, I'd get a good woman and her property, and she'd get a good itiu mum uc vnrc-f-i lur, "Such matches are made every day," said the parson, "and I regard each and every one is an evil Every marriage should be bated upon love. If you should find yourself loving this woman then It would bo right and proper to offer marriage. Unlets this It the cate I shall hope thero will bo no marriage " "I guess that cuti mo out. parson. I hain't got no more romance about me than a bump on a dead log." Vnd It li highly prcbubte that the widow Savage did some more thinking, for within a week ihe followed the deacon's trail to the parsonage and tald to the pastor- "1 am terribly embarrassed, but 1 wnnt jour advice" "What It the trouble, sitter Savage?" wns asked. "If a man If a good man If a widower asked me to tnary him. and I did not ctactly love him. would I be doing right to mary him?" "Not according to my lights, sitter vou mutt learn to love him first." "Rut If I don't have the chance to CHAI'TKIt XI. ISS I'HOKRi: went to the boarding bouse for supper nnd then returned to the school room, where, with n lighted bracket lamp beside her on the desk. she labored until ll o'clock. Then she put on her coat und bat. extinguished the light, locked the door und started 011 her lonely walk home. Miss Dawes wns not afraid of the dark She bad been her own ecort for a good many jears. She walked brisk ly on. heaid the laughter nnd loin! voices In the barber shop die awn) behind her. passed the schoolhouse pond, now bleak mid chill with the raw November wind blowing across It, and began to climb the slope of Whit taker's bill And here the wind, rush lug In unimpeded titer the Hisidcd sal meadows from the tumbled bay out side, wound her skirts about her and made climbing dl"lcult nnd breath taking. She was perhaps halfway up the long slope when she heard In the In tcrvals between the gusts footsteps behind her A moment Inter a man's voice began singing "Annie Rootie." a melody then past Its prime In the cities, hut Hpu!nrlzcd In Rayort by fome departed batch of rummer hoard ers. She did not recognize the voice, and she did not particularly npprovc of slngln: In the streets, especially such today?" loml sinking. So sln ilisidnl not to "What match?" atked the deacon. "She's been trying to catch a man wait longer nnd wns turning to con be for the last five years." tlnne her ellmb when the pep-o"Rutb. who you talkln' ahoutr bird stoppeil bis vocalizing 11111I called, "Why, the widow Savago." HI!" be -- hoo'ed. "Hello, ahead "What'a wrong with her?" there!" "She'd like to change ber name to The follower broke Into a run nnd was soon b) her side. He was a strnn I'ennybone!" "Say, now," replied the deacon at ger to her Wbee! Wow!" he panted. "This s ho fired up, "you quit talkln' that wayl She hain't the slightest Idea of It. If no raci. trait:, iwiru. run up ntiii ni kin'' she has I hain't." take It onsy. j v off leg's got "All widdert want to marry again," easy as I uei' In It, and I dun t run !o Great mike, what's jour rush' said the titter. "Then let 'em marry, but none of Ain't )ou fond of coinpiny? Hello! I woman a woman!" ex 'em will marry mo!" believe It's When the widow- Savago got home "Well claimed the man hilariously. say. I dlilu'i then' wns 0:1 Mrt. Goodhue, a neighbor, dropped In loosn In tlil tall end of now hen to ask about the baby over at Wharton that couldn't walk. She was given, e you not tint Glrl.'e. I'm elm! t nn tee you much, but never mind full Information, and then sbe remarked: nro gray In the dark, hey? All cat 'Lots of folks thought It funny." You can't see me. neither, so we'll "What was?" take eac,h other on trust 'She's my "Your riding over thero with Deatweetbeart, I'm her beau." Say, Maud, con I'ennybone." may I see you home?" "Hut I don't ace anything funny r She wus frightened now. The about that" ptuce 011 the hilltop wus the "Well. ou hadn't been gono half an nearest house, utid that wus some hour when the story was around thnt you and the deacon had gone away distance off. "What's the matter. Ccrrle?" Inquir- to get married." I ed the man. "Upon my soul I The deacon and "Don't bo scared. wouldn't hurt you. I'm Just lonesome, me get married! Why, ho don't want that's all. nnd I need society. Don't mo, and I don't want him. If tho would corao along he'd find rush; you'll ruin your complexion. Here, come under my wing und let's plenty to do In this town!" How's mamtoddle along together. "Then then " "Then nothing!" ma?" What a curious thing Is human naHe seized her arm and pulled her Here were two people who buck lieslde him. She tried to free ture! were neighbors nnd friends nothing herself, but could not. Her unwelcome escort held her fust, anil she wns oblig- moro. They hadn't thought of each ed lo move as slowly us be did, It other onco a week, unless happening Rut now, because a to meet wns very dark. old maid and n gossipy "Say. what Is your name?" coaxed the man, "Is It Maud, hey. or .In la'.' neighbor made a few remarks tbey began thinking of each other. I always liked .lulln. Don't be peevish, "Ry gosh!' said tho deacon to himgood girl." Tell us; that's quick Jerk and managed self as ho sat down to milk the cow She gave to pull her arm from bis grasp, ghlng that evening, "tho wbbler Savage him a violent push us she did so He, wouldn't be such a bad match If a being unsteady 011 his feet, tumbled feller wanted to marry Htn. She's down the low bank which rdgid the purty good lookin' when she's got her sidewalk. Then she run on up the hill Sunday duds on, and sho can talk us fust as she could. She beard him like a streak and talk sense too I've heard sho was a savin' woman, and swear us he fell. She had nearly reached the end of had money in the bank." Atid ns the widow Savage cleared the Whlttaker fence when be caught away her supper dishes she smiled her. He wns laughing, nnd thai alarmed her almost as much us If he had und muted; Ik'cii angry. "So they thought tin'1 deacon nisi "Niiugbty. naughty!" be chuckled, me were going lo elope and get marholding her fust. "Tryln lo sneak, ried! Urn! Guess he'd be tho lust was you? Not much not this lime: man I'd think of, though I will say Dbl you eier play forfeits when you for him that he's and wns little) Well, Ibis Is a forfeit game upright. He pays his debts and never und ,ou're it. You must bow to the sa)s anything' mean of anybody If prettiest, kneel lo the wittiest and kiss I wanted to get married again, which the one you love best. And I'd let you I don't und the deacon wanted to get off on the llrst two. Come, now'. I'uy married again, which he dou't why-- why " up!" It Is highly probable that the dea-codid some more thinking, as in (Continued next week.) M "Yea, guess sho do, though I hain't much of a hand to keep track of folks' sisters." "Well, Sarah's not 'a baby a year old, and the writes mo that It can't walk yet. Something scorns to bo the flatter with his knees or back." "It sure orter ho walktn' at a year old. They1 say 1 wasn't quits ten months old when I could trot right out doors. Do you want to send any word to Sarah?" "1 want to drive over and back with you. "All right. You bo ready In fifteen minutes. Guen the old mare can take us both and not git tuckered out." Deacon I'ennybone was a widower. Hannah Savage was a widow. They had both lived In Delhi for years, and both belonged to the tamo church, but gossip had nover even hinted a marrlago between them. It bad never hinted that cither one of them would marry again. The drive to Wharton was made. The deacon went to get his Jug tilled with oil. and tho widow to tee ber titter and the baby. The baby was walking all right. The next day after Its mother had written about 'ts walk-let- s condition It bad got choked on a tpool of thread and been thook and dangled head downwards with vigorous hand! Ten minutes later It was taking Its first itcpt. The drive out and back waa pleas-xnt- . The tidowcr and widow talked shout the new tplre for the meeting bouse that was going to be erected he death of Silas White's cow the pluntltudo of potato-bugthe success of the late 8unday school picnic and evm the beat way of killing off burdocks to they would stay killed, but not a word nor a hint of anything cloter. They were Jutt neighbors. If the subject of the heathen of Africa had been brought up they might have dltcusted It for miles to the exclusion of all elte. The deacon'a sister waa his housekeeper. She was a old maid with tharp tongue, and when ber brother got back home the felt It her duty to tay something. She therefore remarked: "I suppote the match was at leatt s tour-face- iarn?" half-mad- e "Not a tpec" And then, as the deacon wat about to sny that he guened tho frost bad killed off the horse-fliefor good and nil, there came warning shouts of: "Mad dog! Mad dog! book out, s think that I'rovldence those things." replied lbs good man. though there was a bit of doubt In his tones It wai two weeka later and the l, widow was returning from the where the had beet, to order tome boards to repair her She met Deacon i'ennybone face to Ho waa bound for the mill to face order same shingles for tho roof of hit kitchen "Hope I tee you well, wldder." "And the same to you." "Did the frost last night nip our garden nny?" his "I sometimes a hand In taw-mil- pig-pe- 11 deacon!" He turned to tee a mastiff that was surely suffering with tho rabies coming down the street full at them. He didn't lose a second. He picked the oldow up and threw her over a picket leiice. and then tprang after her The mad animal came racing up nnd would nave made the Jump had not a big club knocked him down and afterwards battered the life out of him which took After the marrlago. olnce a month later, the deacon 11 - e asked' "Hanner. dear, when did you first feet thnt jou loved mo with all your heart?" "Why, It was when you chucked me the fenco!" she replied as she gave him a kits that lifted him off his heels, Copyright. 1913. by the MrCllire p.iler Ryndlmte.) oer Whit-tuke- Nii.i I BETTER TO ELIMINATE HAND World Will Improve When Machinery Takes Its Place as the Motive Power. Is fool-kille- The elimination of tho human hand the watchword or battle cry of d I 11 11 many of the workers for pure-fooAnd It Is the luws und rtgulations aim of many of the big producers of foods, too, Tho state of New Hump-isblr- e not long ago rendered a decio bu wrapped sion forcing bread when It was sold And some of the big factories where crackers und biscuits urn mado, for Instance, huva so fur eliminated the human hand that you see human bands only manipulating the big steel machine hands that touch tho food. So much for the efforts of statu nnd factory. How about your own house? Dous the human hum) have a too making of prominent part In tho bread? Even If It jour home-madIs your own hand. It hud butter not bo used unnecessarily in tho preparation or food From both the standpoint of health and tbut of economy, the use of tho human hum. when it s pobvlblu not to use it ought to bu uvoldcd Malm this the wutchwerd of your Mtchim, and so help advuuco a effort for better food and belter economy In Its musing e The Wit. u The Wit 'l.o. Illll! Whatcha doing since you left college? "Working in u cotleo factory " Starting from the ground "I gotchu up." Columbia Jet. ten .limitary 8, toil. I TIIK CITI.BN. I'ago Seven. JIM WAS INTERESTED Deeds of Hero In A Corner for Women The Children's Hour THE CAT, THE WEASEL RABBIT. AND THE Young Folks INSTRUCTIVE Many LITTLE Not in Wonderful FOR THE BOYS 8tory Teacher Was Reading, But In Her Crooked Tooth. SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door cial. iMnh'l Wehnlcr ili'lliifn InifiM' V an iiliiiling place fur iw' "a plnru of ami rest." SnniR people iimy roiniiler thai a very Koi"! ilclliitliitn Iml hi reality (hoy use thi'lr ImiiH'i iii safety alvi.. jilaccs where they tins free In ."ay ami do llilims which would not In? polite or proper elsewhere. nllVe-Kiiii- IIK rommon prnlilnn your, nilnr, rveryonf'a la not In fancy Hint ntrr fair In life I'divIiIihI It could What my then find how In make It fair. I'p to our mnn- -a very ilirrrrvnt thlngl My tiualnra la not to mimk- - myarlf Ilut mnkc the nbaAluIr t of what Ood ltuU-- rt has iwulc llruwiilnr. SEASONABLE IDEAS. To maVo a cheap door wax, use a pound of beeswax and three pints of turpentine. Cut Itio ui In small pieces, nnd put them Into a pnn. Set the pan In hot water nml let ttio wax welt. Tako It off the fire and add the turpentine to the wax. mixing thoroughly. Use when cold, To make good dual mr. use paraffin wax mixed with turpentine. Melt the wax and add enough turpentine lo mix well, then dip the cloth In thin Floor mop for hard wood Itoors can he made at a quarter the price of the txmghtrn vnrlcy. and fully an serviceable. The housekeeper who likes system keeps an inventory of most of her houiehold belotiKlURi. Thing arc arranged on aches or boxen In certain place, well labeled, and In her desk l a bourn book telling the number or amount of mid bag. box or drawer full of article. In catn of Illness or going nway any one unacquainted with tho bonne can find anything needed. overshoes, Underclothing, shoes, lints, wraps, furs. In fact nn) thing that Is worn or used, will rome under this list, and be helpful to keep Candle ends should never be thrown away, as this wax can be used In starch, to rub off the range nnd keep It black and shiny, or can be mixed with turpentine and used as a Moor polish. Curtain rings and pins may be brightened when black by boiling In vinegar and water, then rinsing and rubbing with a dry cloth. A box hooked to the porch at the back, on a level with It. will hold can bo easily rubbish and thing slipped Into It out of sight. Put a paper bag over the meat chopper when grinding crumbs, also slip ono over tho egg beater when whipping cream. A small hole will allow tho handlo to come through nnd you will not bu sprinkled with cream I, lt, Imt finding II rut jntitnr rnhliil once liverl in a nli e litlle limine in Hie ground. Ono ila he went lo market In buy souio t rtlihage. Whilo ho was" nway, n weasel mine hy nml mw tho litllo hmi.ie. He Hint it wonlil ho a gooil place lo live. So he rrepl in and Mimic himself nt home. My ami hy the rahhlt canio hack. "Don't yon know that this l my homer askeil I he nihliit. "What makes II yours?" said I lie weasel. "Yon have done nolliing to make, it yours except to dig a hole, In tlio earth. Do yon think tho earth belongs o you?" '"I'hls Is my house hy rights," said the rahhil. "I made It lo livo in." "Thai does not make, it yours," said Hie weasel, "Hut w(. will not quarrel any more ahoul il. If you arc willing, we will leavo It lo tho cat to say whose il is." "Very well," said tin; rahhlt. So they wont to llnd the old, wise and strong eat. When hey found the cat, they Imlli hegan lo talk lo hint at the same lime. "Come nearer, my children," said the cat. "I can't hear very well, and I wish to hear everything yon have to say." Still talking they came close to tl al. As soon as I hey wciv near enough, the cat caught (he rahhil with one iaw ami the weasel with the oilier, lie ale Hie rahhil and then Clio weasel. Then the house helonged A cat--nn Pretty Things May Bt Con You could have heard a pin drop In structed by Skillful Use of Toy the kindergarten that morning. Mlsa Stesl, Just Put on Market. Mary was telling a story to be true, Toy structural steel, from which an but all was so quiet that even her Ingenious boy may build anything voice had taken on a subdued tone. Jlmmlo was sitting next to Miss that a real engineer would make out Is now being Mary, and In addition to Jlmmle there of real steel members, widely advertised and la a feature of wcro 44 other children In the morning tho holiday exhibits. Rome of tho circle, all breathless over tho wonderthings that may be constructed In lit ful hero of this story of knighthood. tie by the skillful Use of this material It might have been an acctdent that are bridges, derricks, engines any- Jlmmlo sat there. Again, It might thing, In fact, from a toy wagon to n hsro been a schema worked my Mlsa A writer in Mary hcrsolf, for Jlmmle never lisminiature printing-press- . ths American Exporter (New York) tened to stories. Acrobatic performances, such as commends thin as a realisation of tho young mechanic's Idea to "build some- using only one leg of a chair, pinching his neighbor unawares, or tying the thing himself." The boy with a mind, he saya. Is seldom plait of the little, girl next to him to satisfied with shop toys. He would tho back of her chair, were all more dcalrnble forms of entertainment, according to Jlmmle's idea. In the chair he at least seemed safer, and there as a bare chanco that ho would listen. "Ah." thought Miss Mary, "I have found the kind of stories that appeals to Jlmmle. He likes this bocauso the 'hero so bravely overcomes grave difabove-mentione- d Berea's Vocational Schools g Training that adds to your money-earninpower, combined with general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commer FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not for advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For those who aro not expecting to tench 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. ficulties. The high Ideals held up havo aroused him. I must be careful to choose this sort of story In the fu- 4th Door Berea's Normal School A Derrick Built of Toy Steel. Structural to him. TOR a hundred times rather take a hammer and nails, and with what odds and ends ho can find work out somo Idea of his own than to possess a e mixture locomowhole houseful of ready-madwhich, to his VERSES THE LITTLE FOLK. tives nnd critical oye, lack many important deStitching. tails. The writer goes on: A pocket handkerchief lo hem "These outfits consist of strips of Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear! steel varying In length and having holes punched nt equal distances from How many stitches il will take end to end. Included In these sets are Itefore it's done. I fear. I also gears, pinions, pulleys. Hanged glvo Yet -- el a litrli and then a stitch,, wheels, axles, beams, etc., which the boy all the parts necessary to Ami siiich and stitch away, build up almost any kind of a miniaTill Milch hy stilch the hem is done ture machine. The strips are hold toAnd after work is play I gether by means of email screws nnd nuts, and the structures that can bo t. lloseli. built In this wny In a remarkably short space of tlmo by any boy aro deDOROTHY'S BAKING. clared to. be surprisingly real In appearance. Tho various metal strips (lt Duma A. I.entei aro formed In imitation of structural made a pie for father. She steel beams, and the youna engineer Of water, enrlli and sail; In this way acquires a knowledge of Ami father laughed, and said the the strength of materials and elementary engineering prnctlce which pie many weeks of study from books Had not a fault. would probably fall to Impress upon his mind. He also becomes familiar She mail.' a cuke for mother. n with the forms of many of the Of water, sand and earth; acworks of engineering said no one could tell quires a knowledgo of tho and .And mother subject How much that cake was worth. which cannot fall to be of great valuo to him In later years, even though he may not follow the engineering proShe mail.1 a tart for Mster, fession. And rnmped it 'round the edge, Is "Each piece of material Pol currants in the lop, and linked nicely finished with smooth edges and ledge. II on a miiiii rounded corners and nearly all tho I -C.hri-linii i well-know- She grew more dramatic as she continued, and the children more tense. She felt Jlmmlo's eyes fastened on her face, and knew that he sat motionless as he watched her. Could It be possible that this was to be the turning point of her career with him? Up to this tlmo he had seemed a hopeless case. She felt eager to reach the end, for surely she would get some Interesting response. Never had she seen Jlmmle so Interested, and sho believed he would express himself about the story. Sho had become so tense herself In her Interest that there was an audible sound all around the circle as she said the last word. Then, oh Joy, Jlmmle wns going to speak. What would It bo? Perhaps a resolution to be like this hero, perhaps but this Is what he really said: "Gee, Miss Mary, that crooked tooth of yours sure docs look ugly when you talk." BUILDING ture." This gives the very best training for those who expect to teach. Courses aro so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to kcepright on in their course of study Read Dinsmores great book, "How to Teach a District Schoox." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, IHrtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department 6th Door Berea College and provides standard This is the crown of tho whole Institution, courses in all advanced subjects. Questions Answered BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berca College with g affiliated schools, is not a 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 save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For' any who may be sick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra its money-makin- BLOCKS OF SNOW German Novelty Placed on Market for Amusement of Children In Construction of Forts. An Ingenious novelty on the German market ts an adjustable wooden form, of the kind used In concrete nnr--r--rr-T-,-i- -i ... I. rz . !fe " J She made a hun And made htm Al all the thing!-- , "Our Durolhx's . parts are Everything for hrother, dI which the boy would require Is Building Wall of Snow Blocks. come nnd look with the outfit, even to a quan- - i ami brother said: molding, by means of which children some cook!" can construct blocks of snow for varl oub kinds of snow structures, such as MAKE FURNITURE FOR DOLLY Eskimo Igloos, castles, forts and the like, saya the Popular Machanlcs. The manner of using the forms Is simply Little Chair for Parlor Set In Doll to All them with snow and tamp It House May Oe Made by Following nickel-platedsup-pile- charge. All except those with parents in Berca 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 ia expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their 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 is the best, but 03 students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary 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 tho fall, and $1.60 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 $7.00 in Collegiate course. Directions as Given. following the pattern drawn for )ou here you can make a neat little chnlr for the parlor set In your doll's house All the lines that nrj unbroken should be cut with sharp scissors or n sharp knife after the pattern Is drawn on cardboard or transferred to It When you cut on the unbroken lines fold on the dotted lines and turn the sections marked with s ctohh nnd Hy closely firmly. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION HC1IOOLS ENGLISH AND AMERICAN New Haven BOYS Incidental Fee Room Educator's Surprising Statement to London Times Opinion Entitled to Weight Georgo L. Fox of New Haven, who $ 5.00 5.60 ACADEMY AND NORMAL $ COO . COLLEGE 7.00 spatters. THE GIITS Of Tl , I ASK. 1 ( " These are the gifts ask Spirit M'rene: Strength for the dally task. Courage lo face the road, Oood cheer lo help me liear tho traveller's load, And, for Ihe hours of ret that come between, An inward Joy in all tilings heard ami seen. These are Ihe nim I fain Would have Thee take away: Malice and cold disdain, Hot auger, sullen hate. Scorn of the lowly, envy of the great, And discontent that casts a shadow gray On all the brightness of tho common day. Thesis tire the things I prize And hold of dearest worth: Light of tlio sapphire skies, Peace of the silent hills, Shelter of forests, comfort of the grass, Music of birds, murmur of little rills, Shadow of clouds that swiftly pass, And, after showers, Tlio smell of (lowers And of tho good brown earth Anil, best of nil, along tho way friendship and mirth. Henry van Dyke. f ! 4 s Miss Dolly's Chair. "My tooth Is loose," said William. A gold key will open any lock. paste them. This will giro you a nice "And what Is tho string banging out Zantibar Ivory Is the best little cbatr, which you can upholster your mouth for?" Extremes meet, but they are seldom If you like by neatly sticking cloth of "The string Is fastened to the on speaking terms. You to the Beat and to the back. Any landscape architect can make can also paint tho legs and other tooth." "Oh." the little girl returned, "I vnu mi echo to order. "woodwork" if you like, or you can thought your tongue was tied." It's never too lato to mend nor to leavo It plain white "enamel." early, olthor. Ono of the oddities In the news of the day Is a fatal automobile accident, has been an educator In that city for a long series of years and a student of school conditions in the English public schools for tho last 20 years, hns made the discovery that the aver-ag- o English schoolboy at the ago of nineteen years Is two years farther ad' vnnced In his studies than the aver-ag- o American schoolboy at the same Ferris Wheel Made From Toy Steel age and about the equal of the aver age German boy of tho same ago, tha Parts. Hartford Times states. As Mr. Fox tlty of good stout string, for evon this has arrived nt this conclusion after Is not always obtainable lu tho home. having become a veteran master In A complete manual of Instruction Is American schools and nfter having also furnished with each set, which personally visited two score or more shows cuts of SO different models English schools, his opinion Is entitled that can be built to weight, notwithstanding it is unsys"Small motors, countershafts and complimentary to the American transformers, also supplied, enable tem. the boy to construct his own power In a letter to the London Times Mr plant." Fox explains the methods by which ho made his deductions, and It Is a satis Wrong Guess. faction to note that bis purpose In William was sitting disconsolately writing the article was not to condemn on the front porch with a pleco of the American system, but to give twine fastened to a loose tooth and praise where ho believes It to be due. tuuiglng down out of his mouth. "What's the matter, Willie?" asked FACT AND FANCY. little, Annabeilo, who lives ucross the way. Of two evils why choose olther? Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept 10, 1913 Board 7 weeks, dut Oct. 29, 1913 Total for term If paid in advance WINTER incidental Feo Room 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 $ 7.00 7.00 9.45 $23.45 9.45 $32.90 S29.00 TERM $ 5.00 6.00 "$31.40 $ 6.00 $32.40 $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 Board 6 weeks 9.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 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 $28.50 S30.70 S3I.70 This does not include tho dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Fall Winter Total Sfrinr $12.00 $10.00 $14.00 $36.00 Stenography and Typewriting 12.00 10.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .... 36.00 14.00 6.00 5.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 18.00 Business courso studies for students in other departments: 9.00 10.50 7.50 27.00 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's uso 7.00 6.00 5.00 18.00 of instrument Com. Law, Com. Gcog., Com. 1.50 1.80 6.40 Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. d young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berca if there is tho will to do so. It is a great advantago to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time in the public schools going over and over the same things, when they might be improving much faster by coming to Berca and starting In on new studies Hth some of tho best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are above 16 years old, in good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neigh bor. The use of tobscco Is strictly forbidden, Winter Term opened Dec. 31st. Hurry upl For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary. able-bodie- President Wilson Is toad of music, hut hns a coor voice. Throwing tnouso traps at members It Is not true that the colonel In of parliament ts several pounds mora resulting from a reckless Joy ride by tends to change tha name of his Ulspolice authorities and employes In one ter Hay residence to "Tho Nutshell." humane than throwing bear traps. Kansas has the world's biggest apof the city machines. Even official poMaybu the sition and responsibilities seem help- ple orchard a 6?,000 acre one. The breath of a scandal Is an 1U duke who has Just got a di- less before tho advancing tide of tho wind that blows nobody any good. vorce has mot auother actress. speed mania. D. WALTER MORTON, Berca, Ky. Pago Eight. TUB CITIZBN. in tho Cook graveyard. Borllc ri., who has been sick for I January 8, 1014. short llme.-Dcn- nls, morning. tho littlo son Buy of Bcrca, and Fairy Sclllo of of Jnhnnio Morris, has fever, Mor-I- da Big Hill spent last week with tho OREGON TOWN Any old tlmo you hear man admit Simpson, who has been nick for Misses Flanery. that he may be wrong;, you can bat somo lime, Is slowly improving. G. Mr. L. 0. Powell of McKco spent that ho Isn't. P. Hacker filled his regulnr appointInst week with his parents at this nri8 BELIEVED, BY OFFICER OR RscerrripoaileiiM ptMlttitA salm ilxaed la (all bj the writer. Tat earn ment at Mt. Gilead Saturday and It aot (or publication, bat ai aa ivldtata c( food filta. Writ plilaljr. It a little man talks back to you, DERED BY GOV. WE3T TO Sunday. Tho entertainment and .Mrs. j. w. naies ctucrinincti a that's sass. Hut If a bit; man doea It, CLOSE ALL 8ALOON8. Christmas tree at Blaokwalcr pass- number of friends at her homo on that's repartee Annvllle. CLAY COUNTY ed off Dec. 27lh with quite a lot of Now Year's evening. "" " When two women bury the hatchet Annville, Jan. .1. Tho llonds, Fo- drinking and ill behavior. Miss Tho MisSCS Eva I.OW'is. Ethel Flan- - Col. Lawaon'a Fore PieWrrt lln All Vino. ono of them It always diguing It up to ley Coal and Timber Co. lias bought May Madden visited the Misses Mat-I- fo cry and Lydia Young, who liavo Liquor and Saloon Fixture and see If It Is still tbcro. Vine, Dec! 26. Christmas passed a farm of Cornelius Cope and part and Myrtle Farmer Saturday been spending tho holidays at their Took Them to the Depot. off very quietly in this vicinity. of David York's farm, Tho people night and Sunday. homes, returned to school at tho E. Moat men bcllevo that tho reformMr. E. L. Drowning is visiting his hero arc talking a great deal of the K. S. N. Weatern Ncwapaper Union Nwa Htrrlea. ers would effect more good It they McKee. at this writing. Mrs. M., L. prospect of a railroad in this counmother Mr. Willie Munda and family, who Uakcr, Ore. Indications that Col. II. would begin on themselvos. MeKce, Jan. 3. Miss Hello Englo Ferguson is very poorly with ty. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hall of this liavo been making (heir homo in K. Lawson hail cnrrled out his threat with phthisic Mr. Henry Clay of nlacc have recently moved to Hazel of GrayHawk Is visiting her sister Hurglii, moved to this placo lasl to tear out tho telcphono and tclc Ono reason why a woman Is superOrln Click of Kerby Sexton Creek spent Christmas with Patch. Mr. and Mrs. M. I,. Watson this week. ior to a man Is because It takes her graph Instruments at Copperflold week. friends at this place. School closed have returned to their homo in Klk Knob was In town Thursday and pearcd hero when It was Impossible to 39 yean to reach the ago of 26. at this place Wednesday witli good Valley, Tcnn. Miss Susio Watson Iriday. Iwo carloads of rnilroad kci in communication with tho little Moro men would donato a dollar to singing, plenty of candy, and a very wont homo with them for a few tools have reached East Bcrnsladt MAKE MONEY SELLING OUR NEW mining town either by telegraph ot BOOK "THE PATH TO telcphono. There will be another charity If they didn't bellovo that halt nice talk from. Mr. Teague, the weeks' stay. Eldon Davidson, who preparatory to the work on the new POWER." posse sent from Baker, SherlfT Hand of It would bo consumed In delivery. Drowning is traveling for a tobacco house of road which is being built from East Mattic teacher. Miss spent Christmas with relatives on Lexington, spent Christmas at tho Bcrnsladt to McKec Dr. anl Mrs (By Rev. Chas. Spurgeon Knight.) having declined all offers by volunProgress Is all right In some ways, teers, Deputy Sheriff Herbert will be Moorcs' Creek and reports a nice homo of John Medlock. Mr. David- Hornsby nro In Burning Springs but tho girls aro getting their It contains 221 pages and 40 illus-- ! the solo emissary. Hud Green this week. A merry crowd of young lime Messrs. Matt and from tho drug atom earllor son took a ten days option on Dannu passed thru hero buying cattle last vid York's farm. Tho Misses Lula folk gave Hugh Collier a surprise trations, and touches every phase make mi, fcu iu uiu uiiuiUK luwn Law-so- than thoy used to. personal service on Col. of life from tho cradlo to tho grave. week. Mr. C. C. Clark, who was and Sarah Mooro and their brother, parly Thursday evening it being his and others named In tho comA Princess can get so romantic over very sick last week, is able to bo in Alfred, have moved into tho house, birthday. Those in tho parly wero Tho chapter on Sanitation and plaints and Injunctions In tho case. Health, and tho bulletins on canning r his store again. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. which was vacated by Jerry xorK Tho Misses Grace and Vcrna Englo, Lawson had boon sent to Coppcrflcld a love affair that when sho gets a from a mutt she can Imagine the Morris and family, Mr. and Mrs. El- last fall. They are preparing to Emma Sparks(Fairy Reynolds, Ber- vegetables nnd raising corn alone to close saloons there, and suit hat Reynolds' and Lulu Reynolds, are worth many times tho prico of been brought In an attempt to prevent tobacco juice stains aro tears. la Chestnut and family, and also attend school al the Annville Insti- tha Chestnut spent Christmas with tute until tho school closes. Tho Messrs. Arch Reynolds, Stanley En tho book. Besides all this it con- this action. News was received by a tains much valuablo information on roundabout route from Coppcrfleld ol PHILOSOPHICAL Mr. and Mrs. Jim Short of Mauldcn. Christmas tree and entertainment gle, Orin Click and Wm. Clark. subjects of Farming, Fruit an attempt made by two of the offMr. and Mrs. Dick Masscy of at the Lincoln Hall Academy was Mrs. A. W. Baker has been very tho Growing, Heredity, Temperance, icials under arrest to oscapo. CouncilA sudden step from poverty to Laurel Creek spent Saturday and well attended. Tliero wcro many sick with grippo for the past two Habit forming and Homo making, men tvicajana ana warner seized a riches more often than not Is folplace. presents and a very enjoyable time. weeks. Sunday with relatives al this The stockholders of the aolllo speeder and wero starting lowed by slips and tumbles. and close's with two strong sermons Mr. Wm. Pennington killed a hog ou 11 wncn "JPPea Dy uwiom The Christmas services at mo Jackson County Bank received a and a most nlernsl nir Hiinnlemnnl. 12 per cent annual dividend Jan. that had three kidneys. men. Col. Lawson's forco packed up If science could also Identify Raplist church house were enjoyed The book sells itself. Prico 35c I all the liquor In verv much. Mr. and Mrs. Everett 1st after 6 per cent had been placed Special Christmas prices to Coppcrfleld andand saloon fixtures de- graft germs, fewer men of a certook them to tho tain sort would run for office. OWSLEY COUNTY. Hacker of this place spent Christ- in tho surplus fund. The earnings agents. pot for shipment to Baker on a train. per mas with the Itcv. Hacker of Moorcs altogether for 1013 were 18 20 books, $3.00 Sulphur Spring. The hare-antortoise tale Is all Creek. Harry Eversole, Jr., has been cent which makes the bank among 10 books, $1.00. right, but If the race were to the BILLY 8UNDAY IN PITTSBURGH Sulphur Spring, Jan. 3. Wo arc to Hazel Patch this week on busi- the best paying institutes in the G books, .90. slow there would be no records having cold weather at present. ness. F. J. Johnson purchased of Stale. .SO. 2 books, Plttrturg, Pa. A monster wooden hung up. Rev. Johnson is expected to preach W. W. Wilson a pair of mules for ESTILL COUNTY Sent by mail at our expense. tabernacle, built under the direction at tho M. E. Church Sunday, Jan. smnnill Fatriik'n hmicht of Robt. You may learn by heart the ruloa Locust Branch. (Address D. W. Morion, Secy. Be of Itev. nilly Sunday's expert builder. ' 4th, Ed and Sheridan Bowman, who fi nf WniHihnnr. a farm for for success ritaclosrd by a man who Locust Branch, Jan. 3. Wo aro rea College, and send money order huci the Immense crowds which ar wero indicted for felony and other $2,000. Miss Lucy Eversole will go inronging tne evangelistic meetings to has won It. but that la only a be(ad) causes wero arrested Wednesday to London for a few weeks to study having plenty of rain and snow here or stamps.) uicau uji ua i unuurg. me cnoir ginning. night by deputy sheriff, Chas. San- music Tho winter term of the seats several hundred, and there li If Diogenes were alive today, ho amplo seating space for 10.000 persons ders, and are now confined in jail Annville Institute School will open would run across many Interesting In the great, rambling structure. at Boonevillc Mr. Scaber Eversole Jan. 6, 1911. IT MATTERS MUCH. things while looking for an hoc eat According to T. T. Prankenbcrg, of Cow Creek, visited his sister, man. Judge. (By Charles Alexander.) who has Just Issued a new blograph ol Mrs. Ida Brandenburg, of this place. Tyner. the evangelist called "The SpectacA special session of court will be Tyner, Jan. 2. Christmas passed ular Career of Billy Sunday" the It matters littlo where I was born, held at Boonevillo beginning Monany drinking or tabernacle Idea was started by him Or whether my parents were rich or poor; day, Jan 5th, for the purpose of off quietly without In order to find a local building capadisturbance of any kind. E. C. and Whether they shrank at the cold world's scorn, trying some who are indicted for Charley Mooro have returned from MARKETS ble of holding the crowds that dally CINCINNATI Or walked in tho pride of wealth secure. murder. Robert Wilson, tho jailer thronff tO hP&r him. Thf AVnn.nllal Ohio. W. M. Bullock is homo from I live an honest man But whether Corn Old corn Is quoted as fol- ,.. . and jailer elect of Owsley County, haa Norwood. Mrs. Mary Doughty of And hold my integrity llrm in my clutch, . kimi rl.n.rf , mi. it,., . . K.t lows died suddenly at his homo Wednesvisiting in this I tell you brother, plain as I am, commodate these crowds. day night, Dec 2ith. Arch Branden- Titus, who has been as follows: No. 3 white 63 0 65c. No. vicinity for the past four weeks, It matters muoh. 4 whlto 61 burg and wife aro visiting friends 62c, No. 2 yellow 68c, has returned home. Mr. nnd Mrs. FAIL8 TO ELUDE CON8TABLE. No. 3 yellow GiQGVAe, No. i yellow and relatives on Cow Creek al pres R. D. Jones and family, Mr. and Mrs. No. 3 mixed 63064c. mixed II matters little how long I stay CO062c. ent. The school closed here tho 26th Tarrytown, N. Y. William Bailey, cor C4C67c, whlto car 6467c, yellow Simpson and family, of PittsIn the world of sorrow, sin and caro; of Dec. with a nice entertainment. Etias a horse trainer, employed by John D. eaf. 64066c. holidays in this viWhether in youth I nm called nway Notwithstanding the severity of tho burg, spent the Itockefeller. tried to enact the role of tI "'.tT?; cinity. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mooro my bones and pate aro bare; Or Iiv6 'till weather a large crowd was present. will be visiting for tho next threo But whether I do the best I can Harrison Mays, and wife, formerly man. ualley. astride a spirited horse, ir. r.n v ttmiim weeks at Pittsburg, London and To soften the weight of adversity's touch Miss Frankie Rose, left for Quickdashed through Sleepy Hollow and No. 1 clover 13J13.S0, No. 2 clover R. Reynolds seems to Corbin. W. On the fated cheek of my fellow man, Tarrytown, and when his head was Illffll.GO. sand, where they will make their bis Christmas be well pleased II matters much. Oats No. 2 white 42l443c, standhidden by a great coat ho looked the future home. Dock Harris has re- present, it being with girl baby. a fine role. Dut he did not deceive ono ol ard white 42C42HC No. 3 whlto 41G cently moved into this vicinity. L. C. and Roy Mooro and Elthe town constables. The latter gave 41 He. No. 4 whlto 39041c, No. 2 mixIt matters little whero bo my grave, Arch Brandenburg is engaged in Messrs. chase, nalley waa thrown from his ed 41 041 Vic. .o. 3 mixed 40Vi(f41c, gin Gipson of Louisvillo were visitOr on the laud or on the sea; 4 mixed 40tf40Vic. baling his hay prepartory to shiphorse, sustaining numerous Injuries to No. ing home folks Christmas. W. R. By purling brook or 'neath stormy wave, Wheat No. 2 red 98099c, No. 3 red ping to Quicksand. Maltio Moore his head and a fractured hip. Reynolds made a flying trip to Lex96Cf97c. No. 4 red 83096c. It matters little or naught to me. and Amanda Brandenburg visited Mr. ington Poultry Hens, light, 13c; heavy, But whether the angel, Death, comes down this week. Two new cases and Mrs. James Brandenburg of 13c; roosters, springers, largo, of mumps have developed in this And marks my brow with his loving touch MODERN COMMANDMENTS 14V4c; spring ducks, white, 4 lbs and Lower Buffalo Christmas. S. P. ,: r r i As one that shall wear the victor's crown, hub over. 15c; ducks, under 4 lbs, 14c; Cooper is in Winchester selling his ileum. Jiias milium .uuuiu I will study the language of gentle- turkeys, toms, old, 10 lbs and over, It matter's much. Joncor,0.. T?nn" lucd1 tobacco this wcek.-- T. W. Cooper is ness and refuse to use words that 18c; young turkeys, 10 lbs and over, whero she has been clerking in a hauling his tics to Beattyville. 18c. bite and tones that crush. drygoods sforo for her uncle L. Pet-- 1 Kgga Prime firsts 31VJc, firsts Whitley Mays and wifo left hero T .1 f t r . uoouman oi ' m. JO'.c, ordinary firsts 29 ftc, seconds Thursday for Lexington, where they ers. Mr. anu Mrs. in r I will practice patience at home 26c. Ohio aro visiting this vicinity. Mr. Abner of Clark county moved NEW HOSPITAL will make their future home. Arlest my testy temper break through Cattle Shippers I6.7508.1G; butchMadison County. lasl week on S. B. Kelly's place. He Colo broke out with smallpox thur er steers, extra )7.(0O7.7G, good to It was an impressivo occasion unexpectedly and disgrace me. pays $1,300 a year rent. Miss Hazel choice IC.7S07.25, common to fair recently. There are now several Sand Gap. Bicknell nnd Miss Ann Bickncll when on New Year's day tho Mary' I "1 remember that my neighbors 14.7506; heifers, extra t7.50O7.76, r. cases and unless thoy are quaraniii good to choice S7O7.40, common to Sand Gap, Jan. 1. Christmas pass- started to Berea to enter school this rMiifui 4111.11 lUtiuui mi itwj't kin have troubles enough to carry with' tined or segregated thcro will be fair 14.7506.85; cows, extra $6 0 6.25, ed off here very quietly. As tho New winter. Mrs. Bettie Gentry of Ok- Gray Hawk was formally opened out loading mine on them. A several more in the future. good to choice $5.7506, common to to the public and dedicated to the . Year begins, many changes are tak- lahoma visited Mr. and Mrs. II. G. happy New Year to Tho Citizen and ing service of suffering humanity. The "I will excuse others' faults and fair 13.25O&.50; canners $304.25. place about our town. Dave Bicknell thru Christmas holidays. f5.7606.26, Hulls Dologna extra its many readers is the sincere wish Colo has sold out here and moved to Mr. Jim Bicknell's two sons of Illi- funds for this building wero given failurestoas often and fully aa I expect . $6.3006.40, fat bulls $606.50. of the wriler. be lenient with mine. others Calves Kxtra $10.76011, fair to Hobinet, whero he is selling goods. nois aro visiting hero for a few by the Rev. Arthur H. Allen of good $9010.50, common and large Wo are sorry to loso Mr. Cole weeks. Mr. Jim Barker of Irvino is New York iu memory of his sister I will cure criticism with commen- $6010.25. Island City. ho was one of our best citizens visiting friends and relatives at this nnd fto construction nnd maintendation, close up against gossip and Hogs Selected heavy $S.30, good tom Island City, Jan. 1. Cold weather and merchants. Henry Cook has place. ance is under tho caro and direction build healthy lovea by service. choice packers and butchers $8.250V still continues. Frank Bowman is bought and moved to the place vaof tho Women's Board of Domestic. 8.30. mixed packers $8.20 08.26. a tags ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ill with pneumonia fever. Maggie cated by Mr. Cole and is selling goods. Missions of tho Reformed Church of trying $4.5007, extra $7.1507.25, common to I will be a friend under a. and Otio Mays left Monday for America. testa and wear everywhere a good- choice heavy fat sowa $4.6007.80, exDisputanta. The post ofllce kepi by Miss Mary tra $7.85, light shippers $8.1008.25, Short, Mays, and Gentry have Cook will bo removed to tho Colo Tho following program was carri- will face unchllled by aloofness. Christmas pigs (110 lbs and less) $608. Disputanla Jan. 1. just returned from a moonshine raid stand in tho near future. Claud passed olT quietly hero with a good ed out: I will gloat over gains never, but in Wolfe County. Circuit Court i .lnsffir,i nn,i ...ifn nrn p;nvin snow falling Christmas night. Joo Hymn by tho assembly. WOUNDED SENT ACROS8 LINE. only to convened at Boonevillo a few tlays, their nice new homo near tho Chris-ag- o Slieiirer of BlnnmiiiL'ton. Intl.. was Scripture reading by Rov. Worth- - amassa wealthy enrich others and ao gain heart. Presidio, Texas. Incessant cannon with over ono hundred indict-- 1 llnn church.-- Mr. George Brockman visiting homo folks thru Christmas. h,ton- adlng marked the sixth day ot the incuts. Robert Wilson, jailer of and family havo moved to their -- Henry Morris of Gravel Lick was, I'myor by Rev. Dooung. LUKE M'LUKE SAYS siege ot Ojlnarga by Gen. Ortega's Owsley County, died a fow days ago. beautiful home, on Chestnut Mrs' Worthing on visiting Bob Shearer Christmas. I Voca' SoI St. rebel army. The bombardment ended iUixg of greetings from tho Wo- A special term of Circuit Court Mr. and Mrs. William Alumbaugh, C. C. Thomas and Fred Shearer vis-- 1 Thin skirts show which way the without results except to Increaso the MiSSiOnS, wind blows. begins at Boonevillo Jan. 5lh to try who had been residing at IUI'11 8 Boaid Of DOIIieStiO - firwlil'a MlKlltiltnv dead and wounded on both sides. All Berea, in II. .H nl Mnlrrtho Gabbards from Buffalo Creek order to school their young son, havo and Mrs. Tyno Williams of near Address by Mr. Messier. the wounded were sent by tho attack. I Any girl for murder. Lucy Bcoknell left returned to their old home husband by Ing rebels and federals to the Ameral this Wallacetou called on friends thru I Words of dedication and prayer. posing as a can snare man hater. Monday to enter school at Bcrca. Doxology. ica sldo ot the river to be cared for place. Their many friends welcome Hie holidays. 0. M. Payno has been by tho Red Cross. Aa neither of the Albert Bowman is erecting a new them homo again. Dr. Settle's aru linvlnif Irnnliln After the exercises tho people liia nvoa hul fa A man may change his plan of life, contending armies maintains a hospistore house near Walnut Grovo nnd Hying ( their new hoiiio on Baptist somo better nt this writing.-Ja- kc-' of, w 10"' ,,,cl' were nboiu but bo tho booze. won't change his brand of tal service, 150 more wounded wsre will shortly be ready to accommo- - SUTll() school at u,,3 ,)laco 0,ose(, Harney was injured last week by a 0110 "undrcd, nspected a carried to United States territory wuaw,.,u.0.-- w. o. r, ", hospital and wero Dec. "3rd with niiicoenterlainmenl. tree falling on his leg as ho was """ consisting of left today for London to attend .Tim iMi,.n m.. a b'iveu refreshments ...m ,.,,H i,. (i ,imviiunnn iinrvnv Commissioners Court. teach at Berea, this winter. Mrs. traded for a new cow last week. Ho sandwiches, coffee nnd cako. Wo hope this institution may provo n Caura Drow recently visited her says she is tho best ono ever. JACKSON COUNTY. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Powell. Sam Witt of Iowa was hero last benefit to all wlio nro sick in this Isaacs. Miss Maggio Johnson passed thru week attending to business. J. 11. county and also in adjoining Isaacs, Jan. 3. Wo aro having hero last week on her wav to Monres Thomas built a chimney for Marsomo winter at present. G. A. Settle Creek. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Pearl shal Swlnford. J. J. Hamilton is Get our price before you buy. Now is the time has moved into his now dwelling Campbell, u flno boy. Walter almost dono on W. S. Shearer's It Was a Ltngthy Trip. V. Cornelius is now selling nuns and wifo visited relatives house. It. A. Swinford nnd wifo girl who bud Just returned from to make your Roofing Contracts for the year. hero The goons at tno placo just vacated by Sunday. spent tho 25lh with friends al Con- her six weeks' tour of Kuroio beamed Come and see us. ueorgo rennington. It. E. Taylor way. Sam Crouclier and fnmlly coinpaHHlomitely ou tho woman who has bought 300 cross ties from Maulden returned from Hamilton. Next Sat- modestly tonfesneU that alio hud been Harvey Fox. Jim Taylor Is visiting Muulden, Jan 2. Will and Ralph urday and Sunday aro tho regular abroad only once. relatives at this place. Mary E Farmer and Vension Andttrsnn. whn church days at Clear Creek. "Too bud." Huld tho girl patroulzlng-ly- . Purkey was a guest of her grand- - camo homo to spend Christmas havo "I alvrnyB feel so sorry for anyMADISON COUNTY daughter, Sarah Davis Thursday gone back to Lexington. Huston and body who Is not able to get back n nnd Friday. Henry II. Davis mado a Gifford Frost, who camo to this Kingston. How long wero you second tluio. HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager business trip to London, Thursday. placo to spend Christmas left Dec. Kingston, Jan. 5. Messrs. John there'" Sarah Flinchum of London visited 29th for their homo near Richmond, Webb and Green Powell and tho "Ten yearn." said the woman. Tinshop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. Phone 7 or 187 relatives in this vicinity tho past -- Died. Dec. 20th, Mrs. Borlio Mor-w-- Misses Mabel and Leila Flanery, Tho six weeks' tripper chanted the I ris. Her remains wero laid to rest Huda Powell and Grova Peters left subject. Now York Times. ! com-plozlo7 n let-toEd-mo- nd -2 -2 d East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else lino Is not expected Mor. Tuesday for Bcrca where, they will somo be in school for somo tlmo. to llvo but u Tho Misses Lucy Webb and Lois WIRES CUT IN When father talks In his sleep all night, mothor has a headacho next nrp T JJS.Ti 9c; f,n m ;i .!.ni so Bc-re- . I l"'"1 1 All Prices on Metal Roofing are Off Ab-hou- se. Berea School of Roofing ck