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Uitof DEAN SLAGLT-.Clrtul.lU-m M.n.i.r f nun ' S OFF I3EIIEA COLLEGE HEREA KY 1 CE a JMrM m Ikt rW-nlt- at Krm, A., at Mml Devoted to tlie Interests of tlie Moiritari People Vol. XV. Klvo CcnU The Citizen IlKllIvA, Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with Jnodern knowledge is lo read a good newspaper. a copy. .MADISON COUNTY, KCNTUCKY, JANUAHY 15, 1011. Ono Dollar a Year. No. 20 Program of Berea's Winter Term Tin Winter Trim moves on like a great procession, livery day now groups of students are coming tn to join llu in my nml Hits Chapel Ih full lo tln lop of Iho upper balconies. Ami, by llu way, I ho Chapel is Sunday I ho scene of big "doings." night eleven students reported upon Iheir visit lo (lit; great missionary convention al Kansas City. Tucs-ila- y tnoniEiiK. Prof. Iliimold gave a wonderful, srionlillc, account of his experiment regarding tobacco. Ami al every meeting I lie music and the march ami good fellowship give bright moment dial will live in Hie memory thru life. 'I'll j new Laundry Is in full operation and the last rooms in Ihe new Knnpp Hall will Id! in use this week, 'l'hi' special exhibit on Sex Hygiene lias been open for some days in the Industrial Building. The Boarding Hall is more popular than ever. Above all, Hie slmlenls are enjoying splendid good health. Life has zcsl and Minor to It this wilder in llerea. Is He two-faced." "Two-Faced- ?" UNITED STATES NEWS'IN OUR OWN STATE (5 Better High School Teachers. Doings of Congress and President Hupl, llamlell and Inspeclor Wilson. During Ihe pasl two weeks the llhodes are interested in a hill which Congressional Committees have been will help provide high school teachon various bills. The ma ers for the slate. Such a hill, moI working jority members of llio Judiciary deled upon those of other 'stales, House Coinmillee have, prepared tlie will enable any standard rollcge legisla- which maintains a Department of proposed hill on anti-tru- st tion, and is ready for Pres. Wilson's Kiljicalion to recommend students approval. Tlie hills cover Ihe inter- who have mastered the proper prolocking direclorales, trade relations fessional courses lo leach without two-faceand prices, and injunction proceed- examination like students of State institutions. ings and damage suits by individuals. Respect the Flag. During his Soul hern trip, Pres. Tlie Louisville Commercial Club A CRIMINAL'S APOLOGY. Wilson said he was pleased with tho lias drafted a bill for presentation way business interests id the coun- before Ihe Legislature which will WORLD NEWS Oh, yes, I'm gnilly, tight enough, try are acting. He has an anll-tru- sl make il illegal to deface the AmeriII ain't no use to throw a bluff, reform message lo read to Congress can Hag by using iffor advertising guess, Society An' yel, Willi in a few days. purposes. It will also make it unVolcanic Disaster In Japan. Kin share Ihe guilt along o me! Government to Sell Billion Feet of lawful to print any word, sign or Kagosihma in southern Japan has I lo weep an' whine. two-faceain't the kK.l picture on il, or to mutilate, deface, Timber. Hill, say wot Hint ire, wol Hiance suffered what II is feared will Secretary Houston approved tho ilellle. defy, trample upon or cast be the tnosl serious disaster priryo lo was mine? proposed sale of a billion feet of contempt upon it. in the history of Japan. Volcanic II is humiliating that such n law standing limber from the Knihah eruptions wilh accompanying showHorn in a duly, reeking slum National Forest in Northern Ari- should be necessary in Kentucky, tit sunlight never come, ers of ashes ami cai llnpiakes have Where d zona, and Ihe construction by the but our heartiest support should two-faceAn' sinned fur food an' slimed for resulted in the loss of thousands of purchase of '2(H) miles of railroad be given lo the, hill. lives. Jn addition, an immense tiair two-face- d thru one of the richest portions of General Simon Bolivar Buckner Through all iny years of hohood dal wave swept over Iho country. the we.l. Ashes have fallen lo Hit- - depth of Dies. there, The limber will be out gradually .Laden with years and lienors, Gen. While evil things an' low an' mean six inches over a wide extent of years. oral Huckner, veteran of tho Mexiover a period of Ivvenly-ilv- e territory. Telegraphic eominunien-lion- s Was nearly all Ihe life I seen, This project is (lie most gigantic can ami Civil Wars, even by wireless are interceptof Of course, I growed lo he a lough, launched by the Forestry Service Kentucky, died at his homo in Hart A hoodlum and a had young rough I ed, Iho several warships have been since its creation, and so carefully County hist Thursday. sent o tin- - scene of disaster, (iovern- have the plans been mapped nut fJeneral Huckner was among tho meiit buildings, a great number of Hut even then I might uv lieeu Candce Tells How It Feels To Be Tarred and Feathered thai by (he end of the contract few remaining veterans of llio Mexiresidences collapsed wilh Hie earlh-- j Deformed to be more use lo men period, the land bared by the cutting can War and was the last Lieutenant ipiakes. III our lasl teller we told how Ihe furnished lard lo loosen il and soap If every lime I left the (rail will have been reforested by a new (eneral of the Confederacy. There are about 'iNi F.urnpcans and They didn't slam me into jail mob brought us to Pill-ina- us and water to wash it out. growth and Ihe scenic lieauty will As governor of Ihe state he was Where thieves nn' all Hint rotten Americans in Nagasaki, which is inwhere preparation had been We were surrounded by a large remain The annual cut considered one of Ihe wisest and cluded in the zone of the earlh-iiiake- s. made lo (ar and crew. feather the aboli- crowd of local spectators wild were will be iinniarred. 10,000,000 feel. less (ban most patriotic governors we ever The ashfall extends lo tin tionists. Would leach me worse than all I not slow to express their sympathy had. He vvas prominent as a "Sound north ami reaches several very hu- Express Rates Lowered. knew. Tlie leader had been provided witli u. liven the felloxv from the purlanl cities. Itelief expeditious Willi a keg of tar; this in hand, he llluegrass who saluted us when we Cxpress rates will be lowered ap- Money Democrat." His body was buried at 'Frankfort have already been senl out, hut the O'jjycs. I'm guilt); that is Hear. llrst rode up, with Ihe cry, at the proximately 17 per rent thriiout the density of the ash clouds hanging country Feb. 2nd. The several com- with full military honors. lop of his voice, "Hang 'em, hang Hilt every guy who's lisleiiin' here -dilll-cu- ll. He vvas born, lived and died in tho 'em, bang 'em higher than Hainan; panies will improve their service An' all ou swells an' goodly folks over Hie ea make navigation The population of Kagosihma, Why do they not come down to the to comply wilh Ihe new regulations. log house buill hy his father in I80L Who sniff at ine an such-lik- e blokes which is almol completely buried Loses Thru Greed. Is guilty, loo along o' me llluegrass and preach (heir incen- One express olllcial of a largo exin vulcanic ashes and stone, was II was recently proven at Neon, An' will be till the world is free diarism?'' liven this fellow was just press company said t lint tho holion.oon al the- last census. The adas boisterous in bis praises of us day express business for 1013 was Letcher County, that it doesn't alOf sttnkin' slums an' rotten holes and curses against tin mob as he 25 per cent less than it vvas in 11)12 ways pay to hold on to poperty That poison people's hearts an' souls joining island, Sakua, is (bo center ; wailing for a higher price. An' cheats Vin from Iheir very birth of the disturbance, and has a popuwas in his llrst salutation to us due lo die parcel post. I H,.o hundreds Mr. John Bent ley was offered prlco From any decent chance on .earth. lation or 15,000. "You'r a d n sight belter men than Divides Millions with Employees. perished hcucal h (ho streams of I I artr- - No man I uiii'tdho kind lo weep an' whine, t mi. that The Ford Automobile. Co. will after price until .Dually $50,000 was could I a. Hut, say, wot chance--vv- ot way ami live. I'd kill him, etc." Hiance inollon lava from llio Volcano, share ils profits with its employees, reached for seven lown lots which The eruption slatted .sud We lold him we would not harm in addition lo the regular wage. IL Ihe L. it Ii. wished for a was mine? denly. Hundreds rushed lo Ihe sea la hair of Iheir head if we could; is estimated that .$10,000,000 will be hi:hton iiitAi.r.v. ' shore and boarded vessels which Still asking a higher price, Iho that they had our sympathy anil divided yearly. Working hours will carried them across the tluvo miles pity much more than we needed he cut from nine to eight a day. No case was referred lo the courts and THIS WEEK of water, while ashes, stones, and . theirs. man over twenty-tw- o years of age Mr. Ilenlley was paid $19,500. particles or hot lava were railing Our Poems. Kendrick wanted his hair clipped win get less man Jf5 a nay and tin: Dr. Gatliff's Generosity. Helton Hraley is one of the pop- upon the decks or the vessels. .More in getting rid of the tar. wages of many will have increased . off to aid On Friday night, Johnson Hall was Geo. Candee 100 per font. ular poets of Ihe day. This week man .hu eartiuuaKe shocks were The distribution of dedicated al Cumberland Collego This man. Love Ibis was his name at we print two of his productions. recorded. pulled Ins scissors out of his vest prollls will lake place wilh every Williamsburg, Ky., the gift of Dr. addressed Hro. Kendrick; "Young i ue volcano roscmiiicti an enorTim poem on the last page is pubpocket and kindly did the clipping. pay. A. (latliir, who is selling a great exman, you are not married and are At present there are 15,000 men lished in honor of our friends, the mous piece ot llreworks, glowing While we were jollying each ample to die rich men of Kentucky from the lop lo Ihe bottom. Many evidently seeking a nigger companemployed, but an addition of 5,000 in using fanners, who, as Mr. Hraley exhis wealth and business villages were buried in streams ot ion." "Come out here," (leading out other on our good fortune in receiv- men will presses it, "are wealth creators," be made. ability in the' cause of education. door,) "and I will give ou lilting ing so little personal damage, and in lava. and "help to feed the world." Gives Chance to Backsliders. Tim occasion was a brilliant one, preparation for your courtship.' having such oflleicnt helpers and Mexican Rebels Victorious. A. 11. Triinbull The llrsi pnge poem is :i bit of of Can including addresses hy Pres. Frost "As for Camlee I shall have nothing such a big job of propaganda work tii'ii. Villa believing that the Hiiorla O., is going lo take a hand of Herea, Ion, philosophy of a criminal, and is Pres. Adams of Georgegovernment is crushed in the north lo do with him. He has a family and done as those fellows had just per- I of "Hilly" Sunday converts, worth our serious consideration. who town, Prof. F. D. Perkins of Louisof Mexico, is beginning a campaign is a neighboring citizen;" (I .should formed, who should come hobldng have broken pledges made lo the ville, ami llev. It. C. Itisner of Knox-villhave enjoyed this exemption and im- in hul Hobby Jones, behind one of Page :t lolls you why il would be to hi southward. It is his present plied compliment more if I had tint those two fellows who, evangelist two years ago, to Pitts Tenn. a good plan lo set that piece of plan as far as announced to lake realized dial this lawyer, Mark Har- on Iheir way back home, discovered burg, Pa., where Sunday is hold State Legislature. ground out to strawberries next Mexico City. ing meetings. He is going to pay all Large numbers of Ihe Federals din, probably, had more respect for him resting and eating pie in a expenses or The Legislature is at work. Ninety-nspring. the trip, and give them gunmen in Jackson Co. than friendly neighbor's house. They and civilians have taken refuge in some new hills have been offered a chance lo become converted ine Ihe t'niled States across the border he had for me or my family. He fell il incumbent upon Ilium to treat again. in Ihe llonsu ami three in tho Soil-at- e. was in Ihe habit of attending Cir hiin to a little tar so they brought CONTENTS THIS ISSUE. he thousands of (hose refugees are And a full list of committees Dynamiters Held Guilty. I never knew him 'in for that purpose. When he Page 1. Progress of Iterea's Winter giving Ihe t'niled Slates authorities cuit Court al McKee, The Iweiity-rolabor union of- have been appointed in both Houses. .occupation in caring for them and of his being there again. "Pull off was on his knees hat and coat off Heals convicted in Indianapolis were Woman Suffrage received its llrst Term. your coal, or leave it on as you ami vvniie mo administrator was gelling them properly distributed setback when the proposition lo ineditorial "Is Ho dipping up the tar, Hro. Kendrick defeated in Ihe court of Appeals please. I'm going lo give you a litvite ils advocates lo address Iho &'oom -- "A Criminal's Apology." Heavy Snows in Russia. tle anointing with tar to match the asked him lo put bill little in "the and must suffer punishment unless House was laid on An unparalleled snow storm has the lahlo hy a ixows- - xoirnme Disaster in vxont poor old man's gray hair." The fel- an appeal lo Ihe U. S. Supreme sweet odor of your honey love." vote of 57 to 33. Japan. buried die suburbs of SI. Petersburg Court proves more successful. OIT went his hat. coal and vest, low for some reason complied with A list of the bills shows how many I'. S. New s Mix ides Millions wilh in a snow iiiuo feet deep. Forty Hens Build a Scboolbouse. and watch which were held in (rust the request and immediately mountimportant matters need attention limployccs. thousand soldiers and laborers have ed his horse and sped away. Last Faster, the women members by a bystander. The tar was put lie! school law in many particulars-- ; Kentucky News Slate Legislature. been set to work lo open I lie streets I had another good opportunity to of Jhe Lutheran church or Herron, only in his hair anil whiskers, tho die litpior law in many particulars; Ilow II Fools lo II.! Tarred and and railway lines. Olllcial reports in good measure. A cry was made decry against slavery. And I lold Neh., agreed (o put aside the eggs lienally for purchasing registration Feathered.--Georg- e announce 150 deaths from cold, and Camlee. for feathers. Hut no feathers for Ihose people that dial example of laid by Iheir hens on the twenty eertillcales; game protection; that a number of peasants in Lithurail such a job from that landlady! liven ils evil effects would do more to six subsequent Sundays following road PAGE 2. Thoughts That Improve rales; and many others. ania have been devoured by wolves. tho landlord ordered them out of propogale abolitionism than I could Faster, (he prollt from Iho sale of Health. Necessity for economy is recog Martial Law in South Africa. his yard into the street. Some ono do in preaching for years; that it which was lo be used in building Current Wil ami lluimir. The attempts or strikers lo dyna- said (here were shavings behind the reminded me of the way my father an additional school house for the nized ami everybody professes to ho Sailor Hivaks up His Funeral. in favor or it, though many wish to How (iod Helloes Us. Itev. .las. M. mite Ihe railroad bridge of South house; "lets have some." This call treated his seed corn with tar be- church. increase expenses in some direction Africa has led to a drastic rule by was vigorously cried down by dis fore planting in to prevent the black Last Sunday it was announced Cray. which will benellt their own friends martial law. The government an- gusted members of the mob. birds and ground sipiirrcls from that 50,000 hens laid 050,000 eggs or ind locality. PAGE 3. Mountain Agriculture nounced dial dynamiters will he I was by Hro. Kendrick's side trypulling it up after it had sprouted. an even 5i,l(id dozen in twenty-si- x The most important matter of all, shot on sight. Government regula- ing to keep tho tar from dripping He smeared it with tar by immers- days, bringing $1.1,000. Tlie conFarmers' Week at Lexington. tions in use during the time of war on his Hollies. While doing this a ing it in a mixture of incited Inl tractors are preparing die construc- a fair adjustment of tho legislative Parasite of Poultry. districts, is referred by tho House, will he put in force o safeguard hoi headed fellow from London, cried and warm water, then lo dry il tion of the building. Strawberries Caslly Cultivated. to a committee of which II. (J. Sunday School Sermon "Tin) Good tralllc by railroad. oul, I believe Camlee is just as had ami prepare it for handling, mixed Pres. Wilson Joins Fire Company. Blades is. chairman. A desperate attempt was made by Samaritan." While spending a few days in as Kendrick is, "Hero" (grabbing the it with clay dust. I told them thai dynamiters lo rut oil4 communication paddle "Old fellow, strip oil your this tarring of the seed which wo Ctilfporl, Miss., recently, President Burley Society Must Pay Taxes. PAGE 4. Herea News. between Capetow n and llio northern duds if you wish." He put the tar were sowing would preserve il till Yv ilsou acted as lire chief and help Tho new board of City Commission College Items. cities, including .Mafekiug, PHoria, only in my hair nml whiskers. I ic it would spring up and bear an ed save the home of Judge J. II. ers of Lexington, reversed die ac and Johannesburg, by wrecking the ing a hot day the tar was in my abundant harvest. Nevilo from die lire. PAGE 5. Madison Co. News. Fire Chief tion of die old Commission and steps great railroad bridge llfty miles eyes in a minute's time. This prediction was literally full- - CampU'll sent a letter to President ire being taken to collect somo Ilcpoii of City Treasurer. north of Kimberly. Fortunately the Taslless People. Thai whole mob, but two who ) It'll. When the war cloud burst. Wilson inviting him lo become an $IH,000 in hack taxes from which attempt was only partially suceess-f- ul went tho oilier way, were on their and these people were called upon honorary member of (lie (Julfport the old Commission freed the Bur-le- y PAGE C. "Cy Whitlaker's Place" in damaging die approach. The-mai- horses and away for Loudon in live lo secede from the Union, they un lire department, which ho accepted. Society. (continued.) bridge remains unharmed. minutes. While they were mount derstood Ihe meaning of it all, and $13,000,000 For Kentucky Lumber. Turns on Gas, Whiskey Flows. Short Story, "ller Check." Congress of Salvation Army. ing their horses I called out to them, were found on the Union side. IT, S. Deputy Marshal M. Ii. Welch The llftures of tlie lumber output I have no doubt that some mem'Ten thousand delegates represeninviting them to call on me at my of Nowata, Oklahoma, had suspected of 1012 are just out. 01 1,200,000 feet PAGE 7. Of interest lo Women II fly-focountries are ex- homo in MeKee. "Yes," one fellow bers of thai very mob were found that whiskey vvas sold in a certain if lumber were cul, Ihe value being "Don't Sacrillco Health lo Fash- ting pected lo attend Iho congress of Iho replied, "you'd he d n glad lo see among (hose dial took Iheir guns place but vvas unable to llud it. Hy $13,000,000. ion." During 1013 there were thir Children's Hour Verses; a story, Salvation Army to bo held in Lou- us in .McKee." I (old hem would upon their shoulders mid marched an accident of one of his assistants "Ilow Iho Hear Lost His Tail.'' don Iho hist of June. The American treat I hem Ihe best I knew how. I and died in defense of Iho Union in lighting the gas burner, be touch- teen (Ires covering 13,180 acres and delegation will bo Iho largest dial could not see them but I heard Hag. They saw that I he war was tho ed a valve dial caused whiskey to destroying $1,750 worth of stand Young Folks Column. any foreign country will send. The (hem galloping off in haste. creation of slavery on the Southern pour from die chandelier. He ar- ing timber. PAGE 8. Kaslein Ky. News. entire second cabin accommodations Next thing on the program was to side and tho defender of liberty on rested the long suspected proprietor What am we doing to replaet) Poem, "Tim Fanner." of the Olympic, sailing Juno rjOth, clean Ihe (ar out of our hair and the Northern side. on a charge of selling liquor. these forests? (Continued on I'.iko rite.) (Continued on I'ago Five.) Cincinnati Markets. (Cunlliiiutl on Tare File.) whiskers. The landlord very kindly (Cunlliiui'il on iMgc rite.) d. A man said of a prominent politician the other day, "He is What docs that mean? It means that he will not tell his (rue opinion or speak out his true intentions. He will talk with yon about some public measure and jjive you to understand that he is in favor of it, and yet when he is talking with somebody else he will give him to understand that he is against it. .Thai means he has two mouths! d The man, perhaps, is a coward. He does not want to tell you to your face that he is opposed lo the things that you are in favor of. And, perhaps, he is treacherous like tin Indian. Me does not want to stand in the openi Me wishes to put you off your guard. He gives you to understand that he is in favor of the things you desire and then goes and works against them behind your back and in the bushes. Politics has been a great school of treachery. Many politicians have been We hope a better day is coming, and that an increased number of our public men have principles which they are not afraid to speak out and stand up for. A man who has faith in righteousness and truth and his fellowman never wants to card ry his measures by any methods. And sometimes people are tempted to be in family matters, and neighborhood matters, and school matters and even church matters! A Good Word for Laurel County ( half-heart- ; Saku-ra-jtm- I I right-of-wa- y. I I or e, uoii-Loud- ur Two-Fared- ?" - -- ur 1 I'iige Two. THE CITIZEN. FROM 8HESR HABIT. Jniumry IB, IDIl. H : The Citizen fsmllf newspspsr for all that It right, true and Interesting. PuMWied every l lie-e- (RMEERHI MORGUE KEEPER DEAD; .j.i..t.tv.j,..-.- r - Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Iiirtir'inriit-,WM. C. FROST, EditorJn-CMe- f RUTH McFALU Office Editor DEAN SLACLE, CircuUlion Mnt er l Subscription Ratos I'A YAllt.lt IN ADVANCH One Ynt . Alt Month. Three Month . 1 1. CM cent Money office or Kpre Send money hy Onter. Draft, Ke gluleml l,etter, or one And two Te lUte after your nnme on t.iliel lio wlit ilate yrmr nulncrlptlon l rlt. If It tmp. It , j I to not j Mining mimtiers will are notified. notify m. tressing place?" AT "CORPSE" "Madam," he replied. "I am here for LOOKS robbery at n seaside hotel." "How very Interesting!" said Miss MufTUt. "Were you er the proprie- Strange Case of Mistaken Identity tor?" Answers. Leads to Unusual Happening at Blissful Ignorance. A story In tho Berliner Iltustrtrte Zettung describes another Instance where "Ignorance Is bliss." A man went to a Judge and asked whether ho could bring suit for slander against a man who had called him Missing Ont. Thought Affair Very Funny. Hamilton, Man Miss MufTUt had recently Joined tho "Band of 8lsters for Befriending Burglars," and was being shown over a prison for tho first time. One prisoner, evidently a man of education, Interested her more than the others. He rose and bowed to her when she entered his cetl, apologizing for the poorness of his apartuicnts. Miss Muflltt could not help wondering how this refined man came within, tho clutches of tho law. In fact, as she wm leaving tho cell, she said. "May 1 ask why you are In this dis- SAILOR BEAKS UP CORPSE IN HIS ARMS Caretaker at Chicago Dentistry College Is Killed in Grewsome 01 FUNERAL Man Mourned as Dead Greets His Sorrowing Friends-Tr- eats It as Joke. How Good Refines Us Dr REV. JAMES M. CHAY, D. D. of Montr B1J lattiuU Elevator Accident. Chicago. Hero Is the story of a tragody that resembles, In horror and In cumulative effect, thoso strange, unearthly tragedies related In tho book of Kings, wherein tho dead arise TliXT and slay. purifier James North was the caretaker In charge of tho morgue of the Chicago College of Dentistry of tho University of Illinois at 183G West Harrison street. Ho was thirty-siyears old, and ho lived with his wlfo and three children nt 7429 South May street Tho other night North failed to return home, ills body was found the next morning at the bottom of the elovator v Qs7 x fn He kIiuII nit an n refiner ami of silver.- - MmIhiIiI M. nupplle.1 If we Liberal term given to any who ohlaln new UL"cilption for in. An) one endlne n in four free earl ubcriptlon can recelveThr Clti-eforhfmclf for one jear. Adrerllting rates on application. MrMBI'.K OK Tho words refer prlmnrlly to (lod's dealings future with tho nation of Israel, wben he will comii again In the person of HI Calling Gone. KKNTL'CKY TRUSS ASSOCIATION No No Whiskey Advertisements! Immodest News Items! Beck See that Uttered looking chap orer there? Call Uh huh! "Well, he used to be one of the most prosperous cartoonist In the land." "What happened to him? Lost his talent." "No, but his specialty was making grotesque, drawings of women's fash-Ionand now the styles bare surpassed his pictures." I A Sensible to attended with as llttlo excite- ciTc--1 slitnulatini; and upon one s outlook, energies, and ment as possible, activities; and upon all bodily ftme- Forebodings. tions and powers.. A falUni: statu "Dat boy," said Uncle ItaBbury, "Is ' of the mind induces a chronicall bo lazy that he aln' never g'ineter git gloomy outlook and produces inev- to heaven." "Why, ho doesn't seem to be doing itably a falling condition of the body. The mind grows, morcovei, any harm." "No. But ho'U never climb no goldinto the likeness of the thoughts o"o most habitually entertains and lives en stairs. He'll Jes' sit around an wait fob. an an' finally start with. Every thought reproduces of de other way elevator do goln's 'cause easier." its kind. Says an authoritative writer in The Only Way. dealing more particularly witlt the "That artist who went Into the effects of certain types of thoughts Maine woods naked, and proved that and emotions upon bodily condi- modern man was the equal of primitions: "Out of our own experience tive man, by living there for two we know that anger, fear, worry, months, must at least have saved hate, revenge, avarice, grief, in fact money." money he to "If all negative and low emotions, pro- -' should he wanted his save family Into the have sent dupe weakness and disturbance not woods." only in tho mind but in the body as I well. It has been proved that they J MUST BE. actually generate poisons in the body, they depress the circulation; they change the quality of the' blood, making it less vital; they affect the great nerve centers and thus partially paralyize the very seat of tbe bodily activities. On . (he other hand, faith, hope, love, 9 forgiveness, joy, and peace, all sucli , emotions are positive and uplifting, and so act on tho body as to restore ' ami maintain harmony and actually to stimulate the circulation and j nutrition." The one who does not allow, himself to be influenced or controlled by fears or forebodings is the , one who ordinarily docs not yield to discouragements. He it is who is using the positive, success-bringin- g types of thought that are continually working for him for the ac"Most old maids are usually thin. complishment of his ends. The "Well, a woman with sharp elbows things that he sees in the ideal, his can make her way through the world 6trong, positive, and thereforo crea- without the assistance of & man." tive lync of thought, are continual M"-You Know b ly helping to actualize in the realm J or the real.-Ila- lph Waldo Trine in., wuh Ctlll achieving, itlll Dursulnsr. Woman's Home Companion. Iife-pivi- np From the looks of you. my good fellow, I'm nfrald you hare ' appendicitis. Let mo have your pulse, THOUGHTS THAT IMPROVE will cost you let me i The operation HEALTH. see let mo see Tlio type of thoughts we enlerla it The Patient Hold up a minute. nnl Doc. Get the pulse first and tell me lias its cITecl upon our enerf-'ir- s (o a Treat extent upon our botttiy the damages afterward. I'm tho ami state-!- . Strong, clear- -, low to bo operated upon In this par-cu- t, positive, lioneful tlimiplil lias a tlcu,ar case' nnd 1 want tho diagnosis The Doctor Patient. Hamilton, Ont. John Thompson, able seaman, slipped Into town a few days ago wearing his sea legs and a broad smile, to attend his own funeral Thompson was supposed to have lost a rhinoceros. "Why, certainly," said the Judge. his life In tho recent galo which swept the Great Lakes. Tho waters give up "When did he coll you that?" few of their secrets, but In the case "About three years ago." "Three years ago! And you only of Thompson there could bo no doubt. His father had Identified tho corpse start suit today!" "But. your honor, yesterday I saw and had It removed to his homo for funeral services, thus lnylng tho a rhinoceros for the first time." for ono of tho strangest cxanv pies of mistaken Identity ever record' NO PEACE. fd In Ontario. When the body was found Thomp son's father looked for tho "J. T." tat. tooed on the arm. He found this and a scar on the shin. He failed to find tho eagle tattooed on tho back of his ton, but believed the other marks suf foun-datlo- m iawSSSSw "k his son, to purgo them with Judgments, nnd restore them to fellowship with himself In the blessings of tho age. Hut they may be employed profitably Mil-lenl- In tho experience Visitor You seem to bo always having trouble in this town. Native Why, friend, thero's no' brand of trouble that wo haven't had at ono time or another In this town. Strange. t'v never known a sailor bold Who didn't seem to be Bo fresh you'd think he'd neer allied Upon the salty sea. ficient for nil Identification purposes Thompson wait In Toronto when of his supposed death He thought It would bo n good Joke to remain away until the day of the funeral. Mourning friends nnd rela tlves by the score had gathered from far nnd wide nt the Thompson home. They were engaged In the customary weeping nnd wnlllng when John Thompson himself, as big as life nnd wearing a thirst, arrived In Hamil ton. He walked Into the Duffy saloon nnd ordered a drink, "Orent heavens ejaculated Mr. Duffy as he beheld Thompson, Then Duffy swooned. He had been ono of the most tearful mourners at the wake tho evening before. Then Thompson strolled casually down tbe street to his home, the parlor of which was filled with mourners. d Across His Chest Lay the Corpse. shaft of tho school building The peculiar net Ions of n dog belonging to James Mitchell, a watchman, led to the discovery. The dead man lay upon his back. In his arms, ncross his chest lay the body of a corpse 1'pon that was n largo table. The corpse nnd table. It was said, had been used Friday afternoon In a chiBsroom clinic. North had been dead for twelvo or fourteen hours, It is believed It la known that North was sent to the classroom, which Is on the fourth floor of the school building, about 3 o'clock In the afternoon. The class had been dismissed, and be was to re- turn the corpso to tliu morgue For some reason, however. North went first to the fifth floor In the elovator. which he was operating himself, and the elevator was found there. Hut North, It Is believed, walked down to the fourth floor, and pushed the table containing tho corpso Into the hall. He must have forgotten that ho left the car on the floor above For he opened the elevator door and backed Into the shnft, pulling the table and corpso after him. TRAGEDY r ik "It is very curious to mo," said Slithers, "what a musical voice Mrs. Brlghteyes has, and yet whenover she speaks in French It Is hard and raspingalmost metallic." "Oh. that's only natural!" said Bingo. "You see, Mrs. Brlghteyes learned French by phonograph, nnd she has mistaken the Imperfections of tbe records for accent." Judge. Critical. "The natural refinement of the character cannot be wholly subdued," said one London policeman. "Quite so," replied the other. "What has happened now?" "A militant suffragette has turned a bomb Into police headquarters. It was a perfectly good bomb, but she didn't approve of the decorations." hand-paintefem-Inln- o Cause and Effect. ' ! OF SILENT WOODS Nlmrod, Leg Broken Among Rocks of Lonely Mountain, Finally Dies From Exhaustion. Mlddletown. N. V. A tragedy of the great, silent woods has been discovered In tho Sbawangutik mountains There was brought to town a few days ago the body ol the victim, an uniden- Ktaa tjssl9 nThr" tbtjr Ubor-a- nd Always In It. Mr. Fuss (furiously) It's mighty strange you can't look after things a little better! Here I want to shave and there Isn't a drop of hot water here. Mrs. Fuss (Icily) It Is strange! Why, that's the one thing I've never been out of since I married you! Judge. BE THE GOAT. The Mourners Fled. vlelng with one another In recounting the many virtues of the deceased. As Thompson swaggered In tho mourners fled precipitately and In tho confusion Mrs. Thompson fainted. Thompson looked at the corpse In the casket and then called "his" funeral off. When the excitement subsided Thompson told of tho Joke ho had played on hla friends because he thought It would be fun to walk In and surprise them. The corpse mistaken for Thompson has not becu Identified tified man, believed to havo perished by starvation nfter having been In-Jured by u fall among the rocks of the . Cim don't waMI Playing Both Ends. "I shall hare a farewell series In America," explained the prominent acAmbition A greased pole we pick tress. "And then you will retire from the ' out to climb. stage forever, eh?" "Not at all. My manager Is even Love One of the diseases that we aenow arranging for a welcome-hom- e soon outgrow. ries on the other side." Elastic Phrase Fire minutes' walk Unsafe. ifrom the station. "I am Just wondering whether It Eiperlence The doctor that cures would be safe to propose to that girl I have been going with?" :us of our follies. "I don't think It would." "What makes you think she would Pessimist A fellow who Fletcher turn me down?" Sixes his bitter pills. "I don't. 1 think she would soap Hard-LucStory The one that you up." 'never gets published. Something He Cant Talk About "Has the count committed himself, Affinity Tho woman you should yet, daughter?" have married, but didn't. "No, father, but he has looked unutMemory A faculty that Is most terable things." "Umph! It that's the case, his debts 'kind to those who havo learned to formust bo preying on bis mind more get. than I thought they did."' Common Senso About the tnostun Inept Description. common thing we meet with In this "I understand that Mrs. WaUorby's world. hist social affair was a howling sucJollier A fellow who advUes us to cess." choice of an adjective Is rath"Your look on tbe bright side wheu there er unfortunate. Tho affair was a Isn't any. In which a number of vocalists Marriage A lottery in which It has took part" become fashionable to take more than Its Meaning. one chance. "When a dog licks your hand. It Is sort of postal Ilemorse What wo feel when we a "What do you act" mean?" fail In doing what we shouldn't have "lie puts on you thereby the sUsap done. Judge. 4 his approTsX" PATENT DICTIONARY j mu-ulca- QUARREL AND BURN LICENSE But Girl "Make Up" With Sweetheart and Second Papers Are Obtained. Denver, Colo. Charles R. Kggleston of Chicago came to Denver to wed Miss I rro a Dell Lacey. The affair was to havo taken place right away, and Eggleston went to tho court house and obtained tho marriage, license. The next day he mado a second trip and obtained a second license With him was Miss Lacey. And It wns tho young lady herself who blushlngly admitted tho reason for two licenses for ono wedding. "Why, I thought you got a license yesterday?" said Clerk "It was all my fault," broko In Miss Lacey. "Wo quarreled that Is, I quarreled and. well, got angry and tore tho license up, and to mako sum, I burned It. But I guess I was In tho wrong. Everything Is all right now, though; thcro will bo no more destruc- "You need ezerclso, old man. Come out and go skating with mo." "Why, I haven't been on skates in twenty years." "Well come right along; I'll get up a party." A Modern Qalt U real! IJfe la earnest!" Btlll we new Mcltements crave; Home of us get thrllU a plenty, "Turkey trotting" to the grave. 'Ufa tion." and his Preached 60 brtde-to-bo Encouraging an Author. Manuscript Header Here Is a manuscript from some writer I never heard of. Great Magazine Editor Well, no use discouraging the poor fellow. Kick It around tbe floor so It will look as If it had been carefully read and seed walked out of tho oftlco laughing. it tack. years Without Pay. Gulf Mills. Pa. The Itov. John Con-arwho preached nearly half a century without pay, Is dead. For 36 years ho ministered to tho spiritual wants of tho Christian church without a penny's compensation. Discovery of the tragedy was made ' by John Dlverleln, of Ellenvllle, while' on a shooting trip. Dlverleln, while. tramping through the woods, saw the j body of the man crumpled up In n ledge of rocks at the base of a high cliff. It took half nit hour's arduous work to reach It The hunter found that one of the legs of the dead man had been broken and there also was a severe cut on tho bond. Ilroken twigs and occasional signs of blood showed Dlverleln that the victim, after the accident, had attempted to drag himself to a camp or to some place where he could attract aid. Hut the Injuries overcame him, and when ho revived It was only to faco slow death by starvation. Tho wounds were not sufhclent to havo caused death, and It Is believed that lack of food and water, rather than of medical attention, killed the , man. Tho body was greatly emaciated, and several days, It Is believed, nor ldolators, nor elapsed between the fall and the time when death mercifully ended Ills ter- udulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind, nor rible sufferings. Tho dead man's gun was found on thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, a ledgo almost a quarter of a mlln from nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inwhere his body was found, Indicating herit tho kingdom of Cod. And such the probable point of tho fall It also were somu of you; but yo are washed, shows tho distance tho man had but yu uro sunctllled, but yo are Justidragged himself over the rough hill-- , fied In tho namu of the lird Jesus, side before he became too weak to and by the spirit of our Cod" (1 Cor. What a testimony, nnd yet move. how often has It been repeated In tho history of tho saints from that duy May Now Hop, Yonkers, N, V. Hobble skirt wear until this! Verily, Cod Is a rellner us trust him. Let ers may hop, but needn't skip or Jump, and a purifier. says l'ollco Cuptaln Cooloy, and he us obey his word. Lot us follow the example has ordered his cops to hoo that auto- j even as of Jesus Christ, and "walk us yield ourIsts slow down to enublo tho women to I selves ho walked." to his spirit, that ho may be cross the streets with dignity. glorllled lu us. Let the year that Is Just uhead of us, If we llvo, and If tho Posed In Lion Cage; $12,000. Derlln. Kimny Dustlnn, prima don Iord tarries, be one In which na, was paid 112.000 for posing for the "Our ftulil shall shine out with a richer slow. "movies" In a cage of Hons. A film As company Insured her Ufa for 1125,000. who it mirrors a Form above, by us. Lm! o'er thu fire, unseen Willi u look of Ineffable lavs." "nelther-fornicatorC;D-ll- forest. of every Individu al Christian believer In the present time, (led Is rellntng nnd purifying every one of us who Is truly his through faith In his dear son; nnd the closu of the old year and the opening of u new one, Is a good tlmo to consider Kiniu of tbe uys In which he does It. He reltnes us by the example of that Min He sets him before us In his word ns one who sus always well phasing In his sight. Obedient to his earthly p.ireiits, fulthful ns u workman at his bench, content In poverty and obscurity, meek mid lowly lu In art kind nnd tender to his fellow-nieu- , reviled, but reviling not again, trustful, hopeful, loving, holy alwujs ii nd without sin as we guze upon lilin In his Inspired ortniltiire In the gosw pels, how long to be like him. If wo posses his spirit at all, what a refining and purifying power theru Is In the story of his life! 2 Ho reftneH us by his providences. How wisely, how patiently, and how lovingly Cod deuls with us every one, and how universally Is It true an David said, that his "gentleness" makes us great (! Samuel 22 3C Whom the liril loveth he chastencth" (Heb. 12 C). but think what this chastening has meant to all who havo served him - Jacob. Moses, David, Daniel. I'aul! Hut provithese are joyous dences as well as grievous ones, and they are refining nnd purifying too. It was the great draught of llslies which Peter did not expect, that caused him to cry out: "Depart from me, for I urn a sinful man. Oh. Ixird" (l.uko 0:8). What do jou know of this experience? 3. He refines us by his word. We recall the testimony of tho psalmist, "Thy word have I hid In my heart, might not slit against Thee," that (Psalm 119:11). The Intercessory prayer of Christ for his disciples, "Sanctify them through thy truth, thy word Is truth" (John 17.17). Tho teaching of I'aul to the Itomaus, whero ho siiys (C. 17. Ii) "(Jod be thanked, that ye were tho servants of sin, but yet have obeyed from thu heart that form of doctrine which was delivered you. Ilelug then made free from sin, ye became the servants of righteousness." Whero could we flnu n clearer statement of the refining power of tho word of (5od? First, by nature, we were servants of sin. Then, wo heard the word of Cod, "'the form of doctrine," as I'aul rails It, the messago of the gospel. This we obeyed, wm believed In hi m of whom It spake, and wo began to inquire nbout his will and to seek to do It. Immediately thereupon, and In so far, we became free from sin, No longer did It continue to hold the old power over us, but Instead we became "servants of righteousness." Like our holy exemplar, we ecu Id saygk "I delight to do thy will, oh, Cod!" 4. Ho rellnes us by his spirit, 'ttia holy spirit Is a divine person, tho same as the father and tho son, and he dwells within every true believer In Jesus Christ. "If any man have not the spirit of Christ, be Is nono of his" (Itomans g.y), His ofneo work In tho believer Is to sanctify him, to lead and guide htm Into all truth, and to take the things of Christ and show them unto htm (John 10:13, It). Of course, this means that he uses tho Illble, tho word of God, and hence tbe necessity that lu all our reading nnd study of that word, wo bo continually In prayer for tho spirit's aid. Hut, oh, what wonders ho works lu such a case! "He not deceived"; says I'aul to tho Chrlstluns nt Cornlth, 1 -1 0 lt J J January 15, MM I. tin: t'.ITIZBN. Pago Three MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank S. Montgomery, Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. Soak the mixture mid feed about four pounds lo every 100 pounds weight of hogs. At t ho Wisconsin experiment station it look 5 pounds of com alone to produce a pound of gain, bill only I pounds of the above mixture lo produce Die sane gain, For young growing bogs and pigs these two feeds should he mixed about half and half. Cracked inspiration. wheal and cracked rye well soaked Dairying. make good wilder feed for piu.s. Do you tenlim that old Kentucky Plan lo thrash out some rye this U rapidly liccoinlng a dairy region? summer for hog feed. Sliellty Comity leiuli in t li f h lino of Mix a lit tie sulphur Willi your hog industry. In fact there aro mi many feeil mid keep cracked coal and allilinn Jersey cattle in that romily Unit es before Iheiii all the lime, and Ihey it is known as the "Jersey Isle of will not h very apl lo gel sick. HoMolns, IIki breed America." fruit Growing. kept by Herea College, are rapidly Kentucky is making phenomenal growing in favor. They are coming Iti-- culture. fl"'t in by the rarload from Ohio and tho sl'l,l,'!' Norllieasl mid being bought by Ken- - Thursday was horticulture day at lucky farmers and dairymen nt ".MiiKton. ami (lie fruit growers prices ranging from gino to $::.(). present went home determined to These cows when properly fed win ding up the standard of our own Ihal or any oilier section of give from four to six gallons of fl'd Tim Hpilzhergen. New- milk Hint will produce from one and "' -vbalf to two mid a half pounds of!'"". '"Iley, Stamen Winesap, and ',Pod butler a dav. This will keep delicious displayed from (he stale or the ordinary family in butter ami Washington were about one hair milk, furnish a valuable pari of Hie, li"'"r I" double the sie or our mHut the "Hides on display. iration for several pigs, and enable the good housewife to sell 2 to ,n superior quality of our apples and "'" '.rlainty of increasing the size worth of butler a week. Another valuable use of milk is!1'- Proper culture and ferlilii.ing borne with the detcr-i- s to muke cbecH- - from it. If any itno Interested in cl so making and '"biation to grow good fruit until wishes lo have Ibis valuable food every noy mm girl In llie stale has plenty of apples lit: year round. In his house alt the lime at practically no expense, I shall be glad lo Peaches will alo be nioiv abundant give a simple account in these col- and heller in quality year by year. umns of how good cheese may be The il.iys of fresh and canned peaches from Oeorgia, Tennessee, made at home. Michigan mid elsewhere are nearly Teeding Hogs. at an end in Kentucky. Tuesday was bog day at LexingBerries and Grapes. ton. The owners of half a dozen difMerries and grapes are rapidly ferent breeds of bogs were there and of course claiming that their coming o the front. IK carloads particular breeds were the best. of straw berries were shipped from Probably the most popular breeds Mow hug lireeii, Ky., last spring. in Kentucky are the Duroc and the 'Ihey brought .0hki clear money Poland China. However, the fact lo Warren Couuly. These berries was clearly brought out in the gr ew on iiboul 1,000 acres. It was tilso clearly shown that speeches and discussions lliat more depends upon the man than tin; grapes an- - very easy to grow and breed of hogs. The best Duroc, gilt are probably more profitable than that Merca College farm ever pro any oilier fruit except apples for the hired might go into the hands of a '"dinary farmer to raise for home careless or poor breeder and feed use. Anil yet bow few neonle have er and not bring in $100 in three grapes. We expect lo have a gnqie club years time. On the oilier hand, if a man got her who raises plenty off organized this spring in Merea and Kentucky. rowpcas and clover, keeps several extending all over rows, is willing to pay out a few The Corn Show. dollars for middlings or wheal and There were not many more exhibtankage, and is a judicious breeder, its of corn at Lexington last week It is not an impossible thing lo than we had here in Merea last Nov., realize as much as SI.WX) in sales. lint the quality was belter, beCorn alone is not a good feed for cause men and boys who brought bogs no more than it is for a cow. corn there had seen corn shows beHere is a good ration for a fatten- fore, while our people had not. Wait ing hog in winter. Mix shelled corn until next fall and see what we of or corn meal with shorts at (be rate this section of the stale ran show in of 80 lb of corn lo I'd lb of shorts, j the way of prize corn WEEK AT LEXINGTON, Last week was " Fanners' Week" ut tin: Kxpcriiiu'iil Slntlon at Lexington. 'I'ht nltendiinro was not what it uliiuilil he, hut hundred of llio lenders in the ilovclopinoiil of tlio various liraneliea of farming, slock raising, ami fruit growing were Micro lo receivn now Ideas ami FARMERS' l- -:i 10 STRAWBERRY THE FRUIT FOR COSMETIC UF THE MACUAS fn an effort to counterfeit tho pale benuty of their Caucasian sisters the women of tho Macua trlbo of the Portuguese colony of Lourcnzo Marque, South Kant Africa, have Invented n sort of face panto which, when applied to tho human countenance and allowed to dry, nssumcs tho appear, anco of a fine, white enamel. This paste when allowed to set properly Is perfectly waterproof and very Clastic as It adjusts Itself without cracking to the flexing of tho facial muscles. Ono coat of the cosmetic when expertly applied will retain its pristine purity for a month or more. Although tho materials from which tho enamel Is compounded aro well known and easily obtainable throughout the region the art of mixing thvm Is known only to a few old women of tho Mncua people. Theso Ingredients Include a certain variety of white and very hard wood which, when rubbed upon a block of pumice stone with n small amount of "ant" oil, produces a whitish mlxturo which la tho baso of tho enamel. This mlxturo muBt be put through a number of secret processes before It Is ready for use. IKIlTMTIONAL : MASSES IS EASILY CULTIVATED Strange That Fruit That Adapts Itsolf To Varying Conditions of Climate and Soil Is Not More Generally Grown In a Commercial Or Amateur Way SUNMrSOIOOL Lesson Dy B. O. CIiIchk'o.) Ixpirlmrnl, the 8KM.KIIS. Dlrrctnr of Kvsnln Moody Illulo Institute, LESSON FOR JANUARY THE GOOD 8AMARITAN. l.i:RHO.V TKXT-I.u- 18. neighbor an iOI.UKN Ve TKXT-'Th- ou 10:23-1- 7. thyself."-Ma- rk shall love thy 12:31. "' - ''' SHRINE OF JUJU IBIRI , Strawberry bed, properly mulched for the winter, Kentucky Station Farm. The strawberry Is the fruit for the masses. It Is often called the cosmopolitan fruit, because It so readily adapts Itself to varying conditions of toll and climate. It Is rather strange that n plant so comparatively free from disease, so easily cultivated, and so reliable, Is not grown more both In a commercial way and In an amateur way for the home. It has been estimated that only one farm home In thirty Is supplied with the delicious fruit Kentucky la admirably located geographically for producing berries on si large commercial scale. Located, as It 1b, between the North and tho South, the berries ripen Just after the Southern crop Is over and before the hulk of the Northern crop Is ready for market. Agricultural - "r ''" 1 When the plants are ready to set the roots shodld be shortened and car. ered with mud or wrapped In a damp cloth. In planting see that the farth Is placed firmly about the roots and that the crown Is lovel with the surface of the ground. It Is a very good plan to' pinch off all but two or three of the older leaves, In order to lessen evaporation of moisture. Keep all blossoms down the first season, During tho month ot December the bed should be covered with a mulch of clean straw or leaves. It la a good plan to apply the mulch just after a frost or heavy snow, because this will have a tendency to hold the blossoms back In the spring and lessen the danger ot loss by frost. In spring, after tho gronth starts, the mulch may be loosened where It Is too heavy for the plants to push through. Tho mulch should be left on until after the fruiting season. At Uie close of tho fruiting season tho old bed should be cut over with a scythe or mowing machine. Let the leaves remain for a day or so, until they dry, then burn them. After this, take a small plow and turn the land between the rows, leaving only six or eight Inches ot the old row, and harrow the land In the same manner as outlined for the first season. Very often growers are disappointed because their beds refuso to bear fruit. The plants are thrifty, and In the spring they blossom well. Men who aro making a business ot strawberry growing know that there are perfect and Imperfect varieties. The perfect will bear anywhere, but the Imperfect varieties need some of the perfect kinds planted near them, in order to Insure fertilization. Probably no other parable given by Jesus except possibly tho Prodigal Son, has mado such a deep Impression as this one. It has Inspired altruistic service, promoted tho Idea of the brotherhood of man, and served to crystallzo Christian thinking and service. I. "What shall I do?" vv. (1) Tho first question. This lawyer In his test question Implied that eternal life was dependent upon his BONG works, a well nigh universal Jewish Idea. With a truo teacher's skill, Jesus drew from his own knowledge of tho law nn answer to his question, viz.: that, on tho ground of doing he must love tho Father with an undivided heart; with all his soul, the seat ot his emotions; with all his strength energies; and with all his mind his Intellectual powers. The evidence of such a love Is that he must love his neighbor as himself. 25-2- Summarized the Law. (2) The second question, (v. 29). Jesus bad not said anything J.o this lawyer about belief, or faith, for he was not yet ripe for that Idea. He had summarized the law and by this law Jesus must teach him. Itom. 3:19, 20; Matt. 22:37-40- . It Is ono thing to read and summarize the law, and quite another to rightly apply It. It Is quite possible to be ultra orthodox In vffltawflttfl j Ha-le- Aroma A popular Kentucky berry. PARASITE OF POULTRY Blood-Thirsty Pest Causes Great Loss to Industry. druggist at about thirty cents per Caro should be taken not to parasite of poultry get any ot It upon the hands or face The worst smarting. against which the poultryman and as It will cause lntetibef pound of Shave or chop "comfarmer have to contend It tho hard soap, add to a gallon of soft wamon chicken ralte" or "red chicken bring to a boll a place of tte." There are other speclea they ter, dissolveon thetire and Itemovo from soap. to ffnet which attack poultry, but the fire and stir In. while hot two galy Tbla do much leas damage. a thick, This pest cautea great lota to tho lons ot kerosene. which makes bo kept may Industry of tho country by creamy emulsion stock solution. For poultry kept aa a killing adult fowlt and chicks and cut- bo waonly uso dilute with ten parts of soft ting down egg production. It not ter. It Is better to apply It hot It posattackt poultry but boraca and eveu the. Oiy II. C. PIEHCE.) Hens Attacked by Common Chicken Mitt Cease Laying, Become Poor In Flesh and Littlest In Action Rtmedletfor Eradication. two good ones aro here Riven: cake of Shave or chop one laundry soap Into one pint of soft water Heat or allow to stand until a Stir in ono Joup panto Is formed. pound of commercial cresol and heat jr allow to stand until soap paste Is dissolved. Stir In one gallon of kero-jenFor use, dilute with fifty parts jf water, which will make a milky colored solution. Commercial cresol Is n coal tar byproduct and may be obtained from pound. e. one-hal- blood-thlrat- man aa well. Hent which are attacked by mltea ceate laying, becomo poor in flesh, dumpish, and listless In action. Tho head and comb become pale and the bird presents a sickly appearance. These aymptoma are caused by tho Irritation and loss ot blood duo to nightly visits ot bordra of theso It aeema hardly hungry parasites. belle- - blo that fowls could bo killed b auch small pests, but they are to many In numbera that their total capacity for blood Is enormous. Their ravages are most pernicious on sitting hens, as hero they may have access to their host at all times, causing a rapid lota of blood. Attacks upon sitting hens often result in the hen leaving her nest or In her death, spoiling thu batch In either case. Kveu If tho lien doeH withstand the ravages of chlcka aro tho mite, tho attacked as soon as they eiuurgo from thu shell and aro often killed In a nowly-hntche- sible. Kxtrcme caro should bo taken that theso mixtures do not como In con tact with eggs that are sold for Kggs sprayed with tnblo purposes. cresol soap solution tasto of carbollo acid. SEVERAL HUNDRED KILLED. Klght hundred natives ot the Island ot In the New Hebrides group, recently were killed by volcanic eruptions. Passengers on Incoming steamSydney, New South Wales. Am-bri- Strawberries are not exacting when It comes to soils This fruit requires a great deal of moisture, but It never thould be planted on land that does not drain well, becnuse, like all other fruits, It Is very Impatient of "wet feet." In general, early kinds seems to do better on a light soil, while the later varieties attain a higher degree of perfection on a somewhat heavier type of soil. In planting out a bed avoid land that has recently been In sod. It Is better to plant on land that has been In cultivation for a season or two, because sod land Is very likely to be Infested with the larva of the white grub. This worm lives upon tho root ot tho plants and oftentimes I a great deal ot harm is done before the cause Is known. Planting may be done In the fall or spring with successful results, but one year with another spring planting appears to be better. Distances for Klondike An early ripening market planting vary In different sections. In Berry. general tho rows are placed about three feet apart and tho plants are Varieties differ so widely in differ usually set eighteen Inches apart In ent sections that It ia hard to recomthe row. mend any certain list. It is best to It the space la limited and berries follow the advice of your nearest rearo desired for home use the "hill sys- liable nursery, because they usually tem" It used. If this plan Is followed, are In a position to know what varietho Individual plants are placed close ties succeed under their soli conditogether and all tut runners are kept tions. Tennessee Prolific, Oandy, Samcut back. Kor all general purposes the ple, Haverland, and Aroma succeed narrow matted row system Is used. If well throughout Kentucky. Tennessee this system Is followed, one should Prolific, Oandy and Aroma are perfect plan to get a matted row of plants varieties, while Haverland and Sample twelve to fifteen inches wide, with the are Imperfect. J. H. CAIIMODY, Individual plants about Ave or six Department of Horticulture, Kentucky Inches njart. Agricultural Experiment Station. TOADSTOOL PARK, NEBRASKA One of tho strangest formations the west Is known aa Toadstool park, lu Sioux county, Nebraska. This "park" Is distinctly In a ttate of nature. There aro no fences around It except tho natural mountain boundaries and no signs of "Keep Oft the dross." In fact there la no grass to keep off, for the region Is ono ot sandy aridity. The toadstools are formed of sandstone, th) under portions having been eaten away by wind and weather, leaving caps which maku the rocks resemble huge toadstools or mushrooms. Tho "park" is several ncres In extent and Is a part of the "Pad tho formation constituting lands'' of the Pakotas. At a remote geologic period this entire area was covered by a layer ot this soft sandstone many hundred feet in thickness, but the great bulk of It has been worn and washed way during the slow progress of the ngea until only relatively small portions now remain as natural wonders. This singular region was a generation or more ago Infested by stage robbers and other "bad men" who utilized tblt uninhabited portion of the country aa a retreat. In IN THE PRISON OF SILENCE i short time. Tho best remedlea for mltea are cleanliness, sunlight and spraying with disinfectant solutions. Tho poultry house and fittings should bo so The bulU as to bo easily cleaned. walls should be smooth and as freo frem crocks as possible. Nests, rootB ard dropping boards should b caMly removablu to allow aproylng of their entire surfaco and tho walls beneath them. There aro several preparations for the eradication or miles or wriica I ers bring terrible details ot the eruptions, describing them as having been so sudden and violent that they ex. pected to see tho entire westorn side ot the Island disappear. With a terrific roar, which was folowed with a derapid succession of artillery-lik- e tonations, all of the craters ot the volcano entered into full activity, spouting flames and lava and throwing out bowlders. MAKING ARMS FOR HUERTA. Tokyo. The nrtennl at Tokyo Is manufacturing a quantity of arms ordered by tho Mexican government, which It Is expected will bo shipped i Entombed In a grim castle on the outtklrta of IJibon are some of the most miserable men on earth. These are Inmates ot Portugal's "Prison of Silence." In this building everything that human ingenuity can suggest to render the lives of Its prisoners a hor- rlble, maddening torture Is done. The corridors, piled tier on tier Ave stories high, extend from a common center like the stokes of a huge wheel. The cellars are narrow, tomb-like- , and within each stands a coffin. The attendants creep about In felt slippers. The silence It that of a grave. Once a day the cell doors are unlocked and the half a thousand wretches march out, clothed In shrouds and with facet covered by masks, for It Is part of this hideous punishment that noue may look upon tho countenance of bis Few of them endure tbla torturo for more than ten years. prisoners. at an early date. Japanese ofllclals explain that this Is merely a matter ot business and Is not Indicative of any unfriendliness to the United States. see why a man gets to worked up that ho wants to kill the umpire. And a man can't see why a woman bawls when sho goes to the theater. Chicago Journal. A woman cant of belief, and yet to fall far short of doing. The force of this second question is then, "Who must I love?" He avoids asking, "Who can I love?" Tho question was not as to who will be neighbor to me, but to whom shall I be neighbor? In answer to this In exploring the Eket district of Ni- Jesus employs this wonderful parable. geria, Bast Africa, P. Amaury Talbot (Note: Explain the nature of a parafound many ceremonies and customs ble and the Master's frequent use that seem to bavo come down un- thereof). changed from tho tfino of the vv. II. "Go and do thou likewise." Ho discovered a secret society That this story Is not alono bearing tho name Ekkpo NJawhaw a parable but a literal experience is (ghosts tho destroyers) whoso juju pretty generally believed. "The way is Ibirl Hong. To Invoke tho aid of of tho transgressor" Is a Jericho road, this terrlblo spirit against an enemy, and the traveler therein Is bound to ono must pluck a leaf and call upon be "stripped," If not always of his tho name of the Juju and that of the prosperity, then of his character, and " man to be Injured. Tho offering must will ultimately find himself then be flung into creek or stream that It left to himself he will sureIt may be borne Into thu Holy bay. ly die, Rom. 5:6; 6:23. Jericho means Directly it reaches the shrine the Juju "curse." Who then Is the man I can will Ho In wait to drag to death the neighbor? Any wretch that la passone against whom his aid has been ing along tho Jerlco road. RememInvoked. ber that Jesus Is dealing with the second half of the summary of tho law. Three classes of men passed this BORING CLAM OF PACIFIC man; (1) The Priest, of all men the help The phola, or boring clam ot tho most likely to Image that fallen one, of God In whoso northwest coast, Is ono 6t tho most created In the worship be led. It is easy to find an known to science. curious creatures Although almost universally known as excuse for this exhibition of Tho danger of robbers; of tho "rock oyster," tho bivalve Is a being suspected of complicity In the member of the clam family and makes crime; the duties of his Important ofIts homo In rocks of varying hardness that are covered by the sea ex- fice; the danger of contamination; a work not suited to his position in life. cept at very low tide. judging Tho creature begins boring Into the Let us beware ot too hastily ledges when very mtnuto, using Its the priest until we examine ourselves sharp shell as a rasp. The shell Is (2) The Lcvlte. Perhaps ho had replaced by secretions as fast as worn seen his superior In the temple woraway. When It penetrates tho rock ship; he drew nearer than the priest, about six Inches, It ceases from Its perhaps for the purpose of InvestigaThe labors. Its nourishment Is obtained tion, but offers no remedy. (3) roan This ostracized from the Infusoria swarming In salt Samaritan. Tho phola Is considered a would have been snubbed and cursed water. great delicacy by epicures and Is In by the wounded man under any other He therefore couli demand at the summer resorts along circumstances. the coast. In many localities the certainly have been excused had he clams are blasted from the ledges followed tho example of Priest and Lately quite a trade Invite. He is a type of Christ dealing with dynamite. has developed on Puget sound for the In grace with one who bad no claim clams, which are found In great pro upon him. Note tho steps: (a) "He fusion on the shores ot the Inland Journeyed," are we to be found visitsea. They are shipped to many rail- ing the places ot .great need? (b) "He came where he was," evidently road centers. net from Idlo curiosity, but to meet a case ot need, (c) "Ho saw bin." MUSHROOMS IN QUARRIES Too often our eyes are blind to the misery about us. (d) "He was moved1 In France, mushrooms are cultivated with compassion." The compassion In subterranean quarries at a depth ot Jesus was an active principle. of 60 to 200 feet from the earth's sur- Does misery move us to action? Does face. These quarries have been found It send us to cases of need, or do we extremely profitable in this connecwait for them to knock at our door? tion, owing partly to their equablo (e) "Ho bound up his wounds." Not temperature and their freedom from acting by proxy; not sending him 'to draughts, provision being mado, a public Institution. Real charity Is for their proper ventilation. The accompanied by warm, sympathetic. beds aro formed ot manure, covered Christ-like- , human hear(s in action. with about an Inch of fine, white, (f) "Drought him to an Inn and took stony soil, In which the spawn or caro of him." mycelium Is Introduced at a depth ot Love It Costly. a few inches, and In rows eight to It cost the Samaritan much to act ten inches apart. The length of tho this way. Racial pride, aesthetic rebeds Is variable, and In general they pugnance, obligations, commercial aro approximately 20 to 25 Inches perhaps family duties, to say nothing wide and ot the same height. of tho actual expenditures ot time and money. Rut love Is a costly thing.. Jesus himself fully portrays this picANOTHER LEANING TOWER ture, John 3:16. The road was away Pisa ia not tho only placo to pos- from God's city, Jerusalem. It is not so much the doing as the sess a leaning tower. At Warn pes, France, there Is ono which dates back motive that compelled the doing. It to the sixteenth century. Recently was not duty but desire, compelling, It waa thought that this tower was love, that Jesus is exalting. Altruisleaning too much, and an expert In- tic service never saved any man, I.. vestigation was ordered. The ex. Cor. 13. On the other hand, to mako pert have come to the conclusion that high sounding professions and not to. the position of tho tower has not ot- give a tangible, material evidence, tered by a millimeter during tho past which will afllrm that profession, Is tho note of Insincerity, Jas. three centuries. Cardinal Itlchelleu Tho teaching of this story had the tower examined In 1639, and 2:16-18- . tho truo and acceptable motives a comparison of the figures then arrived at with those of the present ex- 'or altrustlc. neighborly services, origperts shows no difference that can inate In a love for God that embraces be measured by scientific Instru- - man's threefold nature, body, mind Phn-rooh30-3"half-dead.heart-lessness. bow-ever, d t our teaching and In our statements ind splrli. Pago Four. 1"" ; Jfinnary is. C0LIE1E ITEMS ton. ooooooaoooooeo I NEWS VOTE EARLY VOTE "YES." LOCAL PAGE OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES DR. BEST, DENTIST CITT I'HOMK Office over Berea Bank 183 & Tiust Co. DAN H. BRICK Fire, Life, Accident, and Lite Slock INSURANCE Will ttfln your bond. Phone 505 Richmond, Ky. L. & N. TIME TABLE North Bound, Local 7:00 a. m 10:55 p. m. Knoxvllle 1:07 p. m. 3:52 a. m. BEREA 7:45 a. m. C:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound, I.ocal 8:15 p.m. C:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. BEREA 6:60 a.m. 7:00 p.m. Knoxvllle Express Train No. 33 will stop to take on gers for Knoxvlllo and points South Bound 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:55 a.m. BEREA No. 32 will stop at Berea on passengers for Cincinnati, points beyond. North Bound 4:45 p. m. BEREA 8:50 p. m. Cincinnati passenbeyond. to take O., and Mr. J. W. VanWinklo of Ml. I Vern-w- a lli II t t visiting friend-(il the week. iiml , in Berea Maggie Sunday with Mrs. parents at Carlorsville. Mr. Hiimimuul of Rockcastle Couu-l- y has lict'ii visiting with Mr. W. H. Harris on Boone PI. Mr. .1. K. Baker ami family have iiKived to tin- fit rm formerly lielonp-in- g to .Mr. Tho-- . C. Wyall. Mr. Jim. W. VanWinkle of 1 III., is visiting with relatives in Ilerea this week. Mrs. Lucy Gordon of Lexington lias been spending several days with her niece, .Mrs. J. O. Harrison. Mrs. Fcllnn. who has hcen making an extended visit with relativf s in the north, returned home last week. Mrs. C. C. Hliodus of Pineville is with her little win who is just recovering from an attack of typhoid fever. Judge I. M. Morgan returned to l.etcher County Saturday after spending a few weeks at the Davis house witli Mrs. Morgan, who accompanied him as far as WinchesHuh-elm'- s ley-wor- th, Mrs. Holeolm ItnliiiiMin Mrs. Mr, J. II. Collin, a well known traveling salesman out of Kiiowillo iii town Saturday. Miss Floy Hhuer who has been isiling wilh homefolk at Yellow Springs, Ohio, since Christinas day, relumed to I Wen Sunday. Mi Bla7.er resumed her dulies at the Welch Department Store .Monday. Mr. A. C. Webb slopped oer in Ilerea Sunday night on his way home to Dreyfus from Richmond. Miss I'earle B.itsjn, accompanied by her little cousin. Julia I t;i n- - ni. returned to her limne al Lexington last Friday, after spending several days with Mrs.'Sallie Hanson. Mis. II. C. .McCreary is very ill al her home on Center Street. Mr. Jack Creech or Richmond is spending :i few days wilh his am t. I wish to Mr. A. J. Smith. i rami in Mr. (!. C. Pin-keof Shelbyville, formerly of Aimville, Jackson Conn information London, Ky. ly has recenlly purchased an inler-- t est in Ogg's studio. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Huletl or! Ilockforil visited in town lat Fri- lay. I lieu- - little grandson, .Maurice, and Kenneth Caiiliclil. went home with them to slay until their school begins. . Mr. and Mrs. John C. Kirby or' Atlanta, 111., came to Berea the first of last week In visit witli relatives II has been thirteen years since, Mrs, Kirby was here. Kirby, Jr.. who has Mr. been isiling with home folks since Christmas, left Sunday for Middle- -' town, 0 where he has a position m a paper mill. The little six year old son, Cecil, of Mr. Kb Ogg, who underwent an operation for appendicitis last Thursday, is gelling along splendid- ooooooo Few If any rilircus of Berea feel that there is danger of the Bond Issue Mile l'ing lost Saturday, bill loo great a sene of safety Is nl- -j ways a danger. The cause needs your vole, and needs il early in the day. By noon the light should be won beyond a possibility of re- else. If any one feels uncertain as to how to vole, let that Nrson look al the picture and plan or the proposed building now in Hie Lyceum Bulletin board in the postolllce and then go and lake a look at our pre- sent school house. ' rves h best in Public education (,s well s private, and ii aim nave a next it can ha year by giving a strong vote inr the Bond Issue. It is coming, anyway, fur Ihe lax-inpower is already in the hands of Ihe Trustees, but only by issuing bonds can we have at once what our children 'and our town so badly need. "'''a J ly Mrs. C. I. Ogg continues very ill at Hi); hospital. Dr. B. II. Roberts day night from Lincoln Institute, where lie has been helping to establish a Union church. Mr. C. C. Hliodus ol Piueville, who has just recovered from an attack of typhoid fever, is in Berea for a few-day- returned Mon- We are glad to report that lillle F.unico, the daughter of Arthur Frost, is recovering from a severe attack of pneumonia fever. Mr. F.smer Towery and Mis Jen- - Miss F.mma Oldham or Richmond spent the past two weeks visiting with her sister, Nellie, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Martin near ter. Itooue. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Kinnard are visiting in Berea for a few days. Mr. Mr. J. A. Carter of Harrodsbtu-g- , Kinnard is a traveling salesman. Ky., was in town Monday. They are located at Des Moines, la. Miss Bertha King was in Richmond Mr. and Mis. .too. W. Powell or the llrst of the week. Kingston were iitor.s to Berea FriMr. William ltuford and family, day of last week. They have recent- who were on their way to Lincoln ly sold their lieautifiil farm al thai County, visited over Saturday .nnl wcre married la- -t Monday in Richmond at tlie Court House by Judge Sliacklefoiil. .... I.'.- At,.u I. ,,t h'er sister. Mrs. S. it. YlaVw, visited over Saturday and Sunday Mr. C. C. Coyle of Canada, ton ot Judge T. J. Coyle, slopped off in town frtr a visit witli bis parents, or. his way lo Jacksonville, Fla. -- place for Si 1,000 and are planning to locate in Ilerea. Mr. Rise Davis, a prominent business man of Livingston, was a Berea visitor one day last week. Mr. Joe Johnson, who has recently moved into the Dr. Cornelius property on Center St., made a business trip to Lancaster last Friday. Mr. I). O. Bowman, Secretary to President Frost, was in Richmond on business last Thursday. Mr. Hurry Dison is spending a few weeks at the Davis house. ,Mr. F.. T. Fish attended a meeting al llh'hmond Monday, of the Board of initialization of which he is a meiii--lie- r. Sunday wilh Kb Wilson. Mr. James Cosby of Richmond spent several days in Berea last wei.'k. Mr. Irvin Serivner ot Lexington was in town last week. Professor L. V. Dodge was in Richmond hiil Saturday to visit all the new officers of the O. A. It. Post. Mrs. Mary 11. Dodge al tho same lime visited and addressed the Women's Relief Corps there. FIRE ON CHESTNUT STREET. Miss Bottle Abill returned from Hichmoiid Sunday, where she has been visiting for a few days. Miss Nancy Myers of the class of 'I.'I visited with Miss Bertha King Monday and Tuesday or this week. Mr. John Welch spent Sunday with friends at Speedwell. The house on Chestnut Street in which Mrs. Porter lived, was badly damaged Wednesday morning by a fire which caught from a defective Hue. Nearly all of the household good were saved, and' thu bouse was well insured. Mrs. Porter is moving lo the house on "Richmond Street, recently vacated by Prof. Ilaine. FAREWELL PARTY. Miss Welsh and Miss Cameron entertained about twenty guests very pleasantly in Miss Cameron's parlor at Boone Tavern, Saturday night, in honor of Miss Anna L., Smith, who left Monday for her home in Bellevue, 0. The occasion was a "surprise" to Miss Smith, anil was greatly enjoyed by all present. order and between llfly and sixty gal beted around the cheerful tire- place. a spicy tt'H'T llobin.oii provi-niaslcr of ceremonies. A literary and historical stunt, several catchy Hackselections by Stan-el- l. speak- mn-lc- al It seems that Ihe Knglnh ling residents or Peking. Ihe capital ell. Kerr. Douglass and Moore, n garden, or- or China, have a great Union church, i botanical walk in IJ.o laylor. ice , by the secretaries, Kan selections by Mr I'llns is alle abundance, all and leaders nf all missionary de- - rream and cake in p.ar- - "lHled the night with music and liuatious which have I t Ihe capital cilx as well as by eares which Infest the day took i i nvv Ihe American Minister and leading ' omiu The girls as usual declared the (veil business men. boards ing "Ihe best ever" and all reached Tlie several iuissionar support a Union home in tune lo ireeie Miss Bower- have united to so s cheerful ;iiptoal and good- Prolesianl Church, and commi-sion- ed Robert I'-- Speer to Iiml a pastor. uighl beuedirliou. Ill looking oer (be men titled for HABIT A CHAIN. position, lln great and We a iv controlled by our habits. Mr. Spew -- elected He.Cha. F. At llrst we manage tliem, but later D.D.. Dean of I terra's Colle-IgiaAnd Dr. Hub-liar- d they manage us. Habits young are Department. will sail for China before the like lion's rubs so Unify and funny! Have n rare what kind of habits end of !'ebruar. Dean Hubbard is a graduate or 'on are evolving soon you will be Amherst College, was once a Pro-- j ' in their power, and they may eat lessor al Central Uimcrsity at D.ui-ill- miii up. It is lidlut that chains us K.. then pastor eat ami west: to the treadmill and makes us sub;has been a great traveler, belting ject to Ihe will of others. And it ' Ihe globe only two years ago; nud is habit that gives mastership f position of Dean for yourself and others. lias held the Industry is a habit. Men who go two years at I Wen. II is a greal contribution that Ilerea is making to bed any old time and gel up cause. when they feel like it are never in to the dust nods worse they are never DR. COWLEY'S SUCCESSOR. healthy. Muldoon says that the man who has to gel up at C o'clock in As successor to Dr. Itiil'i l II. Cowley, (lie College lias appointed Dr. the morning never has inmmnia. If of Columbus. O. oii have to get up at 11 you'll go lo Paul D. Dr. Mossinan completed two years iied at to. and this means you'll gel -i WEDDINGS. The Kan-a- s City delegates gave a or collegiate work in the Uimcrsity Ihe habit of going to sleep. , ery interesting and inspiring ser- of Ohio, ami a roll medical course On Thursday, Jan. 8th, nt 11 If oti acquire the habit of studyo'clock, a large number of invited vice at the Christian church Sun- al Ihe Starling School of Medicine ing and readim: good hooks from guests met at the home of Mr. and day murium:. at Columbus, O. He is recommend7:30 to ViU) six eenings a week Mrs. Isaac Dooley, Prospect Street. ed by the faculty of State Univer- Mitfll soon Iiml it a delightful habit. Old Friends. The occasion was tlie marriage of. I know a great writer in England sity ami Ihe Medical school, by Dr. Mr. Alfred Meese, a" graduate or ll"'ir daughter, Margaret E, to Wil Baldwin or the famous sanitarium who writes every morning from K Ihuii I' Wvim. After the ceremony W succeeds Ralph I'alon, 10, as at Columbus, who lias been a lire o'clock lo 11, and he writes at no was performed tlie guests were in- - principal or the Mi School at long friend or IWea, and others ill other tune. He has acquired the lo the dining room where all rain. Ohio. whom the College has coullileuce. habit. At 8 o'clock his brains liegin Mr. Paton is secretary or the partook or the good tilings wilh He visited Berea witli his w ite a rew lo the up. and he tlnds it easy and The dustrial Department or tlie Y. M. C. daxs ago. tlie table was laden. pleasurable necessary to concenbride and groom took the noon A. at Lorain. Dr. Mossuian will spend tlie llrst trate mi his work. train for a short wedding trip, af- - Miss Viola Schumaker, for several hair or the Winter Term in special is a The habit of tor which they will be at home to j years a teacher in tlie Normal study in eye and throat work, and result of the habits of industry and friends at Conway, Ky., where partmenl. is studying at the Univer-M- r. take up Ins residence in Berea the concentration. And I hope I've jsity r Berlin. She hopes lo secure middle of February unless needed made it clear that concentration is Wynn is in business. Her ooner by some emergency. Dr. and the result of pleasurable, useful efRev. Howard Hudson performed , her Ph.D. degree this year. lt address is Mostrasse, IW-'li- n Mrs. Mossinan will occupy tlie house fort, or industry. the ceremony. W.. Oermany. vacated by Secretary Morton. ANo I hope I've made it clear that Mr. HI i Cornel ison and Miss Nora Word comes from Mrs. K. II. Yo- for industry lo be the llrst quality Welch were married last Wednes- cum that she and her family are BIBLE CLASS JOLLIFICATION. must at tunes relax and the day. Jan. "tli, at the home of Rev. located on a ranch nt Bellota, Cal.. A jollfllcation meeting of Mr. TayIiml rest in change through play-- be KnglMi, pastor of tlie Baptist thirty miles from a railroad. a child run, frolic, dig in Hi'1 church. They left on (lie early Maurice holds his diploma from lor's Bible class was held last Friday night at his home on Prospect garden, saw wood -- relax. Minneap audi train Thursday for Winchester the stale as an agricultural expert returned in their new Met, ear, and "is reducing theory lo practice Street. Social privileges were in olis Tribune. which Mr. Cornelison purchased on the ranch. there. Miss Louise is al present al Hie Announcement of Herbert Lee old home at San Jose. Henry's marriage to Miss F.dith Bach Mr. and Mrs. Stilwell. of Jackson, Ky., was received last Visits of the alumni are always week. The wedding took place Jan. Even at a High Price; but we are Selling enjoyed but when Mr. Stilwell caino I, tOli, al Ihe home or the bride. to Berea for his honeymoon his visGOOD SHOES AT A LOW PRICE Last week, Mrs. Barber and Mr it was greatly appreciated. Mr.1 Pennington were quietly inarrleo. Stilwell was one of most popular Mr. - M. Oentry, one of Korea's colored students who graduated in tool and Is now principal of color-- I Is nt Portsmouth. 0 has cl rvetlnly ,(,C),Ved n Life Slate Cerlir- Icale from the Stale or Ohio. His superintendent says or him, "Mr. (entry Is one or I he most highly relined, gentlemanly and scholarly colored men I have eer known. He lias pul the schools in the best condition they have ever been in. He has more than met my expectations. I would mil trade him for nnv oilier ,.0I,.( (,.iM..r j the stale." - Smith, who has been M!H Ann! .(..nographer to President Frosl for .. Illimi,,,,. ,,f years, left Monday for her home in Belleue, 0., where she will remain with her mother, who is in feeble health. We are sorry to J. lose Miss Smith from IWea. Miss Lillio Moore, who is connected with the new-- hospilnl at Gray Hawk, Ky was in tow n SaturMAIN ST. day of last week. Miss Alice K. Douglas, Assistant C.ND. L. Dean of Women, has lieen called 1, the Illness of her mother, lo her NOTICE. .home in Wellington, Ohio. BEREA REPRESENTATIVE AT THE rent or engage to work Mr. Harmon Teater of near Nicho-lasill- e, CAPITOL OF CHINA. Madison County. For Jessamine County, brought I,.-- .. i,r ili. missionary u ii write to A. S. Sutlle, Ills smi and daughter. Rice and Myr- - . ..." n,n,. Kii...l:iv niuhl. (ad lie to Berea Monday lo enter school, j .y,Ht brought out a great u- Watch this Space for BARGAINS B. RICHARDSON BEREA, KY. ,,..,,.t - STOVES Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves,' Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, lei-sa- ii '' Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Huh-lliar- d. le I ' e. .Mo--m- . 11 I.o-vit- ed re I)e-th- eir i d-I- pet-so- Good Shoes are Cheap the DIES Tlie death or Mr. Robert. L. RichR. L. RICHARDSON at Lebanon, The Racket ardson, who was struck by a train Ky., on New Years' eve, occurred Wednesday morning al four o'clock at the St. Mary and Elizabeth hospital of Louisville. Mr. Jerry Richardson went to Louisville early in the week, and was with his brother at the lime of his death. Owing to the fact thai tho Union church, of which Mr. Richardson was a member, is undergoing preparations for llio Annual Dinner, Baptist friends have kindly ottered their church, and tint funeral service will be held there today al two o'clock. men in the class of 'OH. He is cm- -' ployed by the Legal Department of the International Harvester Co. al Chicago. Mrs. Stilwell was Miss Helen Bar- -' ton, a daughter or Dr. Win. K. Bar-- I ton, a trustee of Berea. I The young people will make their home al Oak Park, 111. The best wishes of tho Alma Mater go with them. Society Open Meetings. Instead of the usual debate, this year the two men's senior societies gave open meetings, Phi Delta receiving in the Upper Chapel and Alpha Xela n the Parish House. Both meetings were well attended nud Hue programs were rendered. The Phi Delta Meeting was devoted lo a debate: Resolved that the signs of tho times indicate (he down-ra- il of Ihe Reuhlic. Wo are relieved to know- - That thu decision was in favor or tho negative. ly At tho Parish House a regular program was rendered, consisting of music by Ilia A. '.. orchestra, an orallon, a dialogue, society paper nnd debate. r Come and let us show you the values we are offering A A A A WALK-OVER- L . SHOES for Men N KRIPPENDORF-D1TTMAN- for Women Store see CLARKSTON L2R Hardware and Groceries MAIN STREET, Near Bank 1, and BUSTER BROWN for ChiWren The sooner you investigate the advantages of wearing Our Shoes the better it will be for you and us 0 $0 BEREA, HAYES '"e . C81, Cash Store" . . GOTT KENTUCKY L Jnnunry 15, MM I. Till: CITIZEN. THE CITIZEN PREMIUMS. Pago Five Sad lo ay Hint wns the. last linio I TACTLESS PEOPLE. around the Inhlc slid out of tils was ever there. My health failed ellair and under llio tnhle. (Hy Rev. .fames I.. Kldcrdiro in C. nnil I had In leavo Kentucky. Occasionally llio tactless blundcr-c- r E. World.) M.v next, nud probably last letter, discovers his rnislnkc, only lo go Ami I confess llial I have no UtThe tactless arc those who lack on from had to worse. An amateur ile satisfaction fu thinking thai I will lell of Clay in .lackson County the ipiick or intuitive, nppreclallon ln IP gtMIn f n Rreal painl ronlribulrd a liltlc mllo Inward the polities. of whnt is lit nnil Nghl to say or er, remarked: awakening of (hose people In a sense "Splendid picture, REPORT Or CITY TREASURER. do, nnd especially llio ready dis- really. Allow inn to compliment of their peril ami I heir obligation. Report of City Treasurer covering crimination Hint leads them to avoid you. Hut why did you choose such Well, wo koI hack to I lie Mnbloy neighborhood when it was loo late receipts and expenditures from Dec. what would oiTeml or.dislurh. .lust nn ugly model?" hecauso there nro so many things "She's my sister." for tilts funeral. II hud to ho posl-pon- 10, Mill! lo .ran r, Illlt. to annoy and Irritate, we appreciate "O, pardon! How foolish of rnol tigain. Wo slald thai night Credit hahinco last report Dec. HI, 11112 $ L'OoVJS thi! efforts of those who hy their I ought to have noticed the resemwith a yoting man whoso couragewisdom, patience, and sympathy blance." l.OAMH) ous wife Insisted on IkivIiik it "nnr-aloi- l" Taxes paid ilHSUCi .straighten out the langles, smooth The late Lord Leighlon onco join- that wi wnnlil preach in their Finos collected 105.00 me ruiiicu spiru, nmj pour cooling ed n group of. ladies who were In. use thnl. night. Hut the lmhniitl License Issued standing hefore ono of his palnt-Th- e 82.70 oil on the heated machinery. wns loo limiil to .lainl for II, So the Hall side walk Loan net. SH7.0S tactless are the witless, who ings, Jusl in time to hear ono of preaching hail to ho given up. never know they are blundering the number say, "It's n tiorrid pic-unthe young husband gut his Total r,.1IOT)(l they si;e the cloud of resent- -. lure simply horrid!" wife up at 2 o'clock next morning Total expenditures from Derem-li- er ment, whereas Die lartful may nd- -j "I'm sorry, hut it's mine," Lord to get hreakfaxl for us so we could 10, I !i 2. lo .Ian. ft, Wit as per minister a needed rebuke so ad- - Leighlon exclaimed involuntarily, net off hefore daylight. Wo got n "You don't mean lo say you cancelled vouchers herewith tiled roilly that it wins a friend instead good early breakfast, all l ight. of making 1111 enemy. Archihishop hough! the thing?" questioned the !?."i,101.22 Hut we, persisted in delaying our as a part of this report Cr. hal. Ilerea Nat. lady. Tail would often say lo his socrc-Jsamounting until after "sun up." Hank "No; I painted it," the artist lary, when answering some prat- HKU5 In duo lime we moved on our way lliug correspondent, "Tell him he is humbly replied. iinmolesled, of eonr.se; Kendrick nud Cr. hal. II. II. , T. Co .10.1 i nu idiot, hut say so kindly." This The critical lady wns momentari.loneii hack to McKee, ami I on to is just what tact is capable of do- ly abashed; then she said easily, 22rt.5il Total Clay County to fill another appointing. "(), you mustn't mind what I say." ment. When I got (here I found Less chks. outstanding 7l.2.'i "No, Indeed, you musl'nt," another The tactful man says neither too Hint a report of the tarring inciI.V2.3I Actual balance tr2.3l much nor too little. Al a business began earnestly. "She only said what dent had preceded me. II producmeeting I In; chairman announced: everybody else is saying." ed some omharasstiicut among my Total "Mrolher Skinner suhniils his resMuifess Store, Virginia. friends, hut nothing serious. ignation as a member of (ho soWhen I got hack to McKre I found Officers and Committees. ciety. What action shall he taken IN OUR OWN STATE that Hro. Kendrick had tlowu to the (Continued from Pago One.) The following olllcers and com- upon il?" He wrote hack lo Hro. North. "I move, sir," responded one of the mittees are published so that the Mines in Full Blast Again. Hlautou that ho felt much happier Who are the pro- parliamentarians present, "Hint the The mines which cut down their on llio Ohio side of the "hig ditch' people will know resignation he nrcepted, and that a per persons to look into matters coal prices last month, are running than he did on Ho Kentucky side. concerning town business and to vole of thanks he tendered Mrolher full capacity with the coming of the That is the lnl I have ever heard of Skinner." cold weather. In in. Where I he? Who can tell whom complaints can he taken. In reply to the question of Hie Olllcers: Mayor .1. L. (lay; Police I'.ll.'l saw great development in the llio? Judge, A. Isaacs; Councilmen, .1. K. very talkative hoarder, "Why do I had taken much pleasure hi Maker, .1. W. fowler, L. A. Davis, C. they say as 'smart as a steel trap'? coal region of Eastern Kentucky and still greater expansion is exported thinking of the lenient treatment we C. Proton, .1. H. Richardson and I cannot see anything so intellectuin HMl. had received from the imili anil of I'rof. C. I'. Ituioold. al about a steel trap," Mr. Pepper the many new warm friends the City Clerk and Clerk of Merca answered in his sweetest. voice, "A UNITED STATES NEWS lairing had made for us and our Police Court. W i. Itel. Mod I rap is called smart because (Continued from Vagc one.) cause and the ntly good iulhieuce it knows exactly the rigid lime to It. II. Chrisman. City Treasurer. il would hae in all that hill counup." shut Democratic Official Guilty. MnrMial. .1. A. Collins. try. Hut my greatest surprise and Street ColllliU'isionel', W. .1. Taltllll. In which resect the steel trap Arthur A. McLean, Treasurer of Miprenic satisfaction came when I was wiser than the married man New York Stale Committee, pleads City A4cor, W. L. Harrison. went down immediately upon my wlio didn't know enough lo leave guilty of accept ing campaign conCity Attorney, W. A. Ihunmond. return home to Mem the poorly conhis la-- l sentence unullered. He had tributions from corporations. SenCommittees: cealed taunts I expected from my Street Sidewalk: Chas. C. l'ieon, been married several years, and his tence suspended. polilican enemies lo lint! those who I. A. I lax Is. wife said lo him one night: "You were most oppixed lo my teaching Finance Claim: .1. W. I'owler, J. do not speak as affectionately to me WORLD NEWS. raving mad at the leaders of (he II. ItichanUon. as you ued to, Hal. I fear you have (Continued from Pago One.) moli and full of unfeigned sympathy Sanitary: L. A. Davis, C. I'. Hum-ol- d. ceased to love me." for mo. They seemed to take the "Ceased lo love yon! There you has been rharloivd for 700 American Inrruig performance as a personal Building: Chas. C. Preston. .1. K. go again. Ceased lo love you. Why, olllcers and soldiers who go to atI llisillt to thelilees. I had hefore Maker. love you more than life itself. tend this congress. Flood in Belgium. heard of their estimate of myself Now shut up, and let me rend the Law and Order: .1. W. I'owler, .1. The very disastrous flood situation and of my miinu; "Cnndoo Is a K. Maker. paper." gentleman hut hi leaching is abin Ilelgium was checked hy a sudden There are bluff and blunt-spokAuditing: C. F. Itumold. .1. II. ominable!" folk whose tactlessness is simply drop of the temperature twenty IticlinriUon. rudeness, sometimes almost brutal degrees which converted the rain lint what tihoul that funeral? in its frankness. Ian Maclaren into a tierce blizzard. The snowfall What heeainc of if.' Well, (lie climax of my joy in my Kentucky life PLAY TO BE GIVEN AT NARROW lells of a pnrishoner of Dr. Normnn thruout Melgium was many inches Macleod, who, when her husband deep. Already the rivers have became to me at that long delayed GAP. Light young people from Silver was sick, sent for the minister of gun railing. The enormous losses funeral, four or live years after the clo-- e of the war when I was called Creek will give a melodrama, "The Hie next parish. Answering the call, caused by the Hood are now made this good man did not recognize the apparent. Thousands of houses n re hack there to ollictate. Such a Last Loaf," at MNs Fox's school-hoiicrowd of intcroMcd and welcoming in Narrow flap, Saturday worthy pair as of his parish; so ho covered with a deep coating of mud. people one seldom meets! They night al seven-thirt- y. This play asked, 'T'o what church do you be- Firemen are pumping out cellars nnd spraying with disinfectants to were, new horn citizens, and they was recently given at Silver Creek long?" prevent an epidemic. Miles of road"Dr. Maeleod's." Ml ill They were all my "old with great success, ami will Is) "Then why did you not call him way have, been washed out. Tho friends." Though mmiih of them did presented at Narrow (Jap hy machinery in many mills and facnot know- it (nor did I) al the time of members of (hat commun- to your house?" This "Hoot, moil," answered Hie mis- tories has been destroyed. I was tarred; some owned up and ity. Ailmisxjon. ten cents. Mowinan. tress "di ye think we wad bo ris-ki- n' means a long period of suspension of asked pardon. Ono good old Maptist Charles our Nourman wi' the tvphus wbrk and consequent loss of wages preacher came forward with mois and a prospect of suffering among fever?" COMING EVENTS. tened eyes and cheeks, grasping my! ....... n l I : I I the idle industrial population. My the bedside of a sensitive wouro. i.niiuce, l SI 'N DAY, Feh. 1st, College Chapel, ii.ioii aim saying, The snowfall has blocked Irafllc man attacked witli pneumonia a was not in the moh, hnt like the dispel Meetings hegin. most benevolent-lookin- g young man in the Gospel" (referring WEDNESDAY, woman snid by rail in parts of Hie country and Feh llth, 7:30 p.m. in clear tones: "There is no hope. I many telegraph lines are down. lo .Saul of Tarsus "I consented lo it Concert, The Chicago Ladies see the death-mar- k Snow Troubles in Switzerland. on her face." and I want you to forgive- me for Orchestra. A very heavy snowfall which I tint." This is not quite so had as the remark made by a Scotch wife to covered Switzerland a few days her dying husband, who turned his ago is now beginning to feel the face from the wall to say: "Lass, effects of the thaw, and there is that ham savors line. Ye may gi' consequently much danger from avalanches, which have swept away me a bite." 'Tut, tut, iiion," was the reply, different persons and in some in"ham is nn for the deein'. Oct thee stances cut thru the railroad lines, on wi' thy struggles. The ham is causing Hie suspension of operations on some of the roads. Lake for the huryin'." t A widow called to see a man who. Constance is rising at a dangerous 1. Sixty acre Blue Grass farm near Kingston, Ky., was slowly passing from this world, rate as a result of the continuous good (Wooni house, a bargain at $3,000. Terms to suit and said to him, "You'll see Tom,'' fall of rain ami snow for several Tom was her husband, "and I days. purchaser. want you to lell him I'm doing the MADISON COUNTY. acre farm 2 miles north of Herea, best I can. Im' trying to rniso Hie 2. Thirty-tw- o children right." Silver Creek. really worth $100 per acre. A snap at $2,000. Your Her dying neighbor, being a tactSilver Creek, Jan. 12. Ilev Chilown terms. ful man, gave her the prompt dress filled his regular appointment 3. The best farm in Madison county at the price. and over dial if he reached heaven, nt Silver Creek last Saturday and saw Tom, anil didn't for- Sunday. 176 acres 5 miles south of Richmond. Good buildings, get it. ho would certainly tell him. Miss Zelpha 1'ipg and Mr. Mallard all kinds. We are almost ashamed to print the price, Sometimes efforts to Johnson from Indiana were marho tactful may become amusing be- ried last Thursday nt tho brido's $62.50 per acre. cause so very obvious. home. We wisli them a long and "It is very good of you to give happy life. 4. One brand new dwelling house, large basement, 6 me your seat," said the lady. Mr. Jim Mratcher spent Sunday rooms all plastered, 4 grates, cabinet mantels, hardwood "Not al all. mum," replied Pat. with Mr. Mill Davis. lloors. Large lot, good barn, on Boone St., Berea. Price "It's a dooly wo all owo to the sex. Mrs. W. D. Lewis attended tho Some folks only do so when a wo- burial of her mother, Mrs Hooper, $1700. Terms to suit purchaser. man is young and pretty; hut I Friday in Winchester. say Hie sex, and not tho individual." 5. One large two story concrete block store house Mrs. Jim Mratcher spent Sunday Dr. James M. Angell, president or with Mr. and Mrs. Hob Harris. in best business part of Berea. Now rented and paying Michigan Hazlowood, The legal interest on $3000. Can be bought for $2000 Terms dinner at University, was invited to Dahalia Misses Hester Mr. W. M. the Chinese Legation in Ambrose and Washington. Tho doctor sat nt tho Lake spent Sunday with llio Misses very liberal. of the Remember, the above is only a few of the many right ofband dining-roo- minister, The ,j Iva and Maggie Anderson. a row Hour the Mrs. W. A. Johnson spent wus waxed bargains we have to ofler. ami slippery, ami Micro were 110 days in Herea last week with her rugs. Ho endeavoivd to inovoback. son, Mr. Wislnrd Johnson. Yours for a square deal, Miss Mrownio Kelley is visiting in his chair. It slipped and tho iliguilled educator slid under the her brother, Mr. Sain Kelley, this table. He arose much confused; hut week. not u Chinese said a word, or gave Several of tho young people from any sign of having seen tho incident. mound here aro attending school Ten minutes later his Chinese host at Herea this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Johnson and tried to move back his chair, and he, too, slid under tho table Ho got up, family who havo been hero for KENTUCKY and resumed his seat, and nono of somo time visiting bis mother, Mrs. BE&EA the Chinese mado n sign. Then, nt Sallio Johnson, returned to Indiana, regular intervals every Chinaman Sunday. GOOD WORD rOR LAUREL COUNTY (Conlliinril (niiii Pare One.) crc Tho Citizen Is not out to mako money. Every cent Tho Citizen makes is turned in toward making tho paper heller. our printing, and Wo uso nn expensive paper for good typo, and in eil In-o- tfl all ways spend lavishly to mako Tho Citizen as good as il can possibly he. Wo get no money from any political parly, and nono from advertisements of liquor or tobacco or dishonest schemes or fako medicines. We cannot furnish the paper for less than one dollar a year, sixty WHAT THE CITIZEN DOES FOR ITS cents for six months, llilrty-flv- o READERS cents for llirco months. Send in a postal order today, payable to TI10 In every community within 100 Citizen, Heren, Ky. , miles of Herea, you will find a few leading families, nnd in most cases INDIVIDUAL PREMIUMS. you wilt find that these leading As already explained Tho Citizen families lake The Cilizcn. It makes is so costly a paper to edit and pub- a difference. Tho family Is stirred up In a lish thai wo cannol reduco the price. Wo have, however, secured pleasant manner once a week "when three good bargains for our readers. Tho Citizen arrives. Any person who sends us ono dolTho children want to gel at the lar Tor a now subscription or a re- children's column. They aro learning to read and they want lo read in newal may by adding twenty-flv- o cents receive a premium worth one tho newspaper. Tho Citizen has ft dollar. Thcro are three premiums column on purposo for them. two for women: a jack-knif- e, Then perhaps an older boy or girl a pair of scissors, and a book tho House- will read to tho whole family what hold Guide. The Citizen has to tell of tho news company comes; and thcro aro llioso valuable farm suggestions by Professor Montgomery; and tho poems too which may ho learned for tho school exhibition; then thcro is tho joke which you wanted lo tell hut couldn't quilo remember, my, you nrc glnd you kept Hint; nnd those flno methods by Dr. McAllister which will mnkc your school better. There llicy nil arc llioso things which you would hnvo been sorry to forget safo in tho flic That Is, they aro Hiero If tho Citizen comes to your homo each week and you havo a pair of Citizen scissors and this new Every Day File. The Knife is razor steel, while orblnck rough born handle. . The scissors arc six inches long, razor steel, strongly black japanned handles. hinged, with en se re-ipi- es - The Household Guide is a well of llio world. It rests the father and hound book of 478 pages, illustrated. ' the mother to think of tho things Here arc somo of the things it con- outside their little valley. And there is the money value. Tho tains: mother saves money because of tho Rules for Good Health. Caro of the sick, homo remedies, things she gets from Tho Citizen. babies and children. The father makes money because or Meanly, Manners and Amusements. the things he gets from The Citizen. Homo Management, Complelo Cook And there is the education and tho Mook. religion of iL Tho nearby Sunday The Every Day File is a new School sometimes runs down, and premium desired hy many of our the preacher comes only onco a subscribers. It is a most handy month; but The Citizen comes every hook in which may bo filed news- week. paper clippings, letters, and all imAnd tho young folks aro profiled portant papers that aro in danger by tho news, the stories, and the of being lost or mixed up. Tho bright things that aro especially for picture show's it. them. Do you wish your larger Your scrap book is your trcas-ur- o boys and girls to be contented and house; in it is needed informa- happy at home, then give them Tho tion and help for each member of Citizen. tho family. Thcro is tho new recipe A family that docs not havo Tho which you saved for tho timo when Citizen is suro to drop behind. ' I Mr. Hoy Gadd spent Sunday with Mr. Will Anderson. ' For Sale! well-meani- ng Hickory Plain. Hickory Plain, Jan. 12. Mr. Tino Roberts purchased somo hogs al tho Mickuell sale. Mrs. Maupin and daughter, Ida, were shopping in Richmond Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murdelto aro suffering from colds at this writing. Tho Misses Ethel and Gladys Ponder of Wallaceton are visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Dan Maupin. Mr. Elihu Mickuell had a salo Saturday and will leave with bis family for Michigan shortly. Miss Ethel Mrown of Whites Station and Mr. Robert Hutchens of Nicliolasvillo wero married during Hie latter pari of December. Their many friends join in wishing them a happy prosperous future. Mrs. Curt Terrill is hero al present for a visit witli relatives. Mrs. Tilden Combs and children hnve returned from an oxlcndcd visit witli homo folks in Perry County. Mrs. Geo. Mitchell, formerly of Hobtown, was buried in Adams graveyard last week. Mrs. J. L. Cdrnelison and Miss Mary Adams wore in Richmond Saturday. It. L. Potts of Whites Station sustained a slight injury from nn auto accident on a return trip from Millershurg recently. Middletown, Ohio, Middlelown, 0 Jan. 10. Wo are having some lino weather hero; havo scarcely had any winter yet. The Miami Raycyclo Co. which has been closed down for somo timo I has opened up again. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy L. Hudson attended tho burying of Mrs. Tom Standirer Thursday eve. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Maupin rrom Kingston, Ky., arrived hero Wednesday to mako their home. Mr. Roy Hudson has rented a store house on Garfield Ave., and has gone into tho grocery business. Wo wish Mr. Hudson much success in his new business. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. York havo returned Iroin a pleasant visit to their children in Dayton. Homer Swainey lott Tuesday for Massachusetts where ho will bo in school for somo time. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mrooker and little son R. A., who havo been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hudson, for somo time, will leavo tor Missouri in a row days to mako their homo. Mr. J. M. Sandlin has returned trom a business trip to Richmond, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Horaco Cox and Miss Florence Lamb trom Franklin, O, were visiting hero last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joo Slandafer of Richmond were called hero last Wednesday by the sudden death of Mr. Standafer's sister-in-laMr. U. M. Lyons and Roy Hudson wero in Cincinnati last week buying w. m Bicknell b Harris just received nows that Powell or Kingston has sojd his farm for $15,000 and has bought in Herea. Little Lester Powell Hudson spoilt Thursday with Sirs. Mert York. Mest regards to The Citizen and its many renders. J. C. goods. Wo havo Dealers in Real Estate " H Ml It rf MM ''m'm II Wm HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commlitlon. Writ! lor pile lilt mentioning this ad. AND HIDES L0UISVILLE,KY. JOHN WHITE & CO. Six. camp!" growled Captain Cy. "All this TUB (JlTiZBN. ing rule. "Now there'll bo fun!" de trarcd one delighted Individual. In order when Alvln'a chair"Any-(Mug- January 15, iOl i. Cy Whittaker's Place By JOSEPH C. LINCOLN Copyright. I5CS. by D. Appleton O Co. teacher. Cy champions rtioebe Dawes against Atkins, and she Is elected teacher. Cy Mrs. IJeasley as housekeeper. Hmlly Cy discharges Mrs. Beasley. Richards Thotnss. aRod eight, arrives at Cra cUc orphan and has come to live "She is an with him. although he did not Invite her to do to. but he srows fond of her Cy Is furlo-is- . and keeps her. He nicknames her "Hos'n.' and sho learns to love Mm. "Miss rtioebe Danes an3 Captain Cy save Emily from an ugly cow. The captain admires the teacher. Captain Cy. to help Thoebe. decides to run as a candidate for membership on U12 school committee. Captain Cy Invites 'Congressman Atkins to Emllv's birthday party, and tne decides to accept. Congressman Atkins gets a severe shock when he learns tho Inst namo and Identity ef the girl Emily. A mysterious stranger anives at Cy Whlttaker'splac, The stranger attacks Ilss rhocbe, and Captain Cy rescues her after a scene of considerable violence. A tempestuous town meeting occurs. Congressman Atkins makes the mysterious stranger his friend. The latter turns out to b a drunkard, one Thomas, who Captain Cy la the fither of little Emily la defeated for school commissioner. "then slic screamed, and her scream was answered at once. A pate swung back with n bant;, and she lieard some one running along t lie walk toward her. "Oh, Cap'n Whlttaker!" she called. "Come! Come quick, please!" How she knew that the person running toward her was Captain Cy has not been satisfactorily explained even yet. She cannot explain It, and neither can the captain. And equally astonishing was the latter's answer. Ho certainly had not heard her voice often 'enough to recognize It under such circumstances. "All right, teacher!" he shouted. "I'm comln'! Let go of that woman, you Oh, Ifs you. Is It?" lie had seized Mr. Smith by the coat collar and Jerked him away from his victim. Miss Dawes took refuge behind the captain's bulky form. The two men looked at each other. Smith was recovering his breath. "It's you. Is It?" repeated Captain Cy. Then, turning to Miss 1'hocbc, be asked, "Did he hurt you 5" "No, not yet. but he frightened me dreadfully. Who Is he? Do you know hlra?" s Neman Atkins want to Cy Whittaker's place. Cy unexpect-idl- y returns to hla boyhood home. Every one In Hayport venerates and ftars Atkins except Cy. Atkins opposes the selection of Miss Phoebe Danes as Cnr-riin!- in SYNOPSIS. tr to say 'It's nil off!' Hut I was too much of a cownnl, I guess. And now tho Lord A'mlghty has made me say j It You want your rights, do you? So? Then get 'cm if jou can, It's jou nud mo for It, and we'll see who's the best i man. Teacher, If you're ready I'll walk home with you now," Mr. Smith wns not entirely cowed by the captain. "You go!" ho yelled. "CJo ahead! And I'll go to n lawyer's tomorrow. Itut tonight, nnd lnldeof five minutes. . I'll wnlk Into that homo of yours nnd get my" ' Tim mntiiln ilmnim! Miss Dawns' arm and strode back to where his antagonist was sitting In the dust of the walk. Stooping down, he shook n big forollnger In the man's face, nnd his eyes gleamed ominously. "You'vo been out west, they tell "Yes? me," he whispered sternly. Well, out west they take the law Into their own hands sometimes, I bear. I've been In South America, nnd they do It there loo, .lust so sure as you go Into my house tonight and touch-w- ell, you know what I mean Just so sure I'll kill you like a dog. If I have to chase you to Jericho. Now, you can believe that or not. If I was you I'd believe It." Taking the frightened schoolmistress by the arm once more, ho walked nwny, Mr. Smith said nothing till they had gone some distance. Then he called after them. "You wait till tomorrow!' he shouted. "You Just wait and see what'Il happen tomorrow!" Captain Cy was silent nil the way to the gate of tho perfect boarding house. Miss Dawes was silent likewise, but she thought n great deal. At the gate I I . day I've been hatln' myself for the way I've acted to you. I've hated my self and been trytii' to spunk up eour-ag- o 's I she said: "Captain Whlttaker, I'm eer so think." He sat down. much obliged to you. I can't thank "Don't try, then. That's what you said to me nbout the cow." She gazed worriedly nt him. "Hut I'm almost sorry you were the one to come. I'm afraid that man will get you Into trouble. Has he can he What did he mean nbout tomorrow? Who is he?" The captain pushed his cap back from his forehead. "Teacher," he said, "there's n proverb, ain't there, about lettln' tomorrow take care of Itself? As for troublewell, I did think I'd had trouble enough in my life to last me through, but I cal'late I've got another guess. Anyhow, don't you frtt. I did Just the right thing, nnd I'm glad I did It. If It was only mo I wouldn't fret, He stopped, cither. Hut there's" groaned and pulled the cap forward again. "Good night," bo added and turned to go. Miss Dawes leaned forward and detained him. "Just a minute, Cap'n Whlttaker," she said. "I was a llttlo prejudiced against you when I came here. I was told that you got me the teacher's and there was more than a bint that you did It for selfish reasons of your own. Hut rvc had to Judge peo ple for myself lu my lifetime, and I've made up my mind that I was mistaken about you. I should like to apologize. Will you shake hands?" She extended ber hand. Captain Cy n, man." "No sign of Cy or Heman yet," Mr. Cahoon, criirllng his neck In the direction of the door. "It's tho queerest thing ever I sec." "Queer enough nbout Cy, that' n fact," conrurred Captnln Dlmlck. "I ain't so surprised nbout Hemnn's not contln', Looks as If Whit wns right -he always snld Atkins dodged a row where folks could watch It. Does most of bis flghtln' from round the corner Hello, there's Tad! Now you'll see the crown of glory set on Iitwo Snow's head. Hope the crown's pad ded nice nnd soft. Anything with sharp edges would sink In." Hut Cnptnln Cy soon had entered the hall. He was standing In the nlsle. nnd with him was Hnlley Hangs. Tbe captnln looked very tired. almost worn out. but he nodded coolly to Mr. Simpson. "Here I nm. Tnd." continued tbe captain. "Say your piece." Hut Tad. It appeared, wns not s to "say his piece." He wns earnestly with n group of bis followers, h'liially. however, he took tho plntform and mnde sneering remarks that plainly referred to the captain. Captain Cy held up bis hand. "Mr. Moderator." he nsked. "can I have the floor a minute? All I want to say Is that I cal'late I'm the feller the last speaker bad reference to. have Raid that I didn't see why that appropriation wns so hard to get say It ngnln. Other appropriations nre got. and why not ours? I did say If I was n congressman I'd get It. Yes. and I'll say more." he added, raising bis voice "I'll say that If I wns sent to Washln'lon by this town, congressman or not. I'd move heaven nnd earth and nil creation from the prcsl- dent down till I did get It: that's nil. So would nny live man, I should npx-louwins-perlng 1 1 thought so and died grlevln for him. She left n little baby girl, only seven or eight year old. When this man come back, well agnln, but poor, to look up bis family he found his wife had passed nwsy and the child had been sent off, Just to get rid of her, to a Thnt stranger In nnother town. stranger fully menni to send ber off, too; lie snld so dozens of times. A good many of you folks right hero heard lilm say It Hut he never sent her. He kept ber. Why? Well, that's I tho question. shan't answer It I All I say is, nln't accusln' nobody what's easy enough for any of you to prove, and thnt Is that It come to light tho child had property belongln' to ber property, land, wutli money!" He paused once more nntl drew his sleeve across his forehead. Most of his bearers were silent mUv, on tiptoe of expectntlon. "This man." he proclaimed, "this father, mournln' for his dead wife nnd longln' for tils child, comes to tin town where ho was to find and take you enough." He hesitated, then said: Her persecutor answered the ques- tion. "You bet your life he knows me!" he snarled. "He knows me mighty well! There was some nn plause. Heforc It had subsided Abel Leonard, one of the quickest wltted of Mr. Simpson's workers, was on his feet gesticulating for attention. "Mr. Moderator" he shouted. "I want to make n motion. We've nil heard the big talk that's been made. All right, move you. sir. that Captnln then! Cyrus Whlttaker be appointed a committee of one to go to Wttshln'ton. It bo wants to. or anywhere else, and see that we get the appropriation. And If we don't get It the blame's his! There, now!" There was a roar of laughter. This was exactly the sort of "tit for tnt" humor that appeals to a Yankee crowd. The motion was seconded half a dozen times. Moderator Knowles grinned nnd shook his head. "K Joke's a Joke." he said, "and we all like a good one. However, this meetln Is supposed to be for business, not fun. so" "Question! Question! It's been seconded! We've got to vote on ltt" shouted a chorus. "Don't you think seems to me that nln't In order." began the moderator, but Captain Cy rose to his feet The grim smile had returned to his face, and he looked at the Joyous assemblage with almost his old expression 1 "TOO'Tl SAID r.NOtTllll! A NOW would" LIT UC HAT And when he meets tbe man that's got her what does this rich man do? Why. fust of all, he's sweet-er'sirup to lilm, takes lilm In. keeps him overnight, and the next day lie says to blm: 'You Just le quiet nnd say nothln' to nobody that she's your little glrL I'll make It wutb your while.' All right so fur mayte, but wnlt! Then It turns out thnt tbe father knows about this land, this her. table man this rich man with lots of money of bis own turns the poor father out, tellln' him to get tbe girl and the land If he can, knowln' the father knowln. mind you-t- hat nln't got a cent to hire lawyers nor even to pay for his next meal. And when the father says be won't go. but wants his dear one that belongs to him, the rich feller abuses blm, knocks down him down with his a poor, weak, lame Invalid Just off a sickbed! Is that the kind of n man we want on our school committee?" The meeting was In nn uproar. "No need for me to tell you who 1 mean!" shouted Tud, waving his arms. "You know who ns well as I do. You have Just heard blm praised as bo in' nil that's good and great Hut I say" "You've said enough! Now let me say a word!" It was Captain Cy' who Interrupted, ne had pushed bis way through the crowd. "Knowles." said Captain Cy. turning to the moderator, "let me speak, will you? I won't be but u minute." Briefly he told the true facts. "As for the procrty," ho concluded, fiercely, "why, darn the property. I say! It nln't wutb much any how, and If 'twas anybody else's he should have It nnd welcome. Hut It's Hos'n's. and. bctn' what he Is, be shan't have It And he shan't have her to cruellze. neither by the A'mlghty, be shan't so long as I've a dollar to light blm wltb! I say that to you, Tnd Simpson, and to tbe man to whoever put you up to this. There! I've said my say. Now, gentlemen, you can choose your Ide." He strode back to his seat There was silence for a moment Then Dlmlck sprang up and waved bis fist-kno- cks Jo-sl- proirty. And then the kind, chari- hesitated. "Hadn't you better wait a spell?" be asked. "You've heard that swab call me partner. Hadn't" "No; I don't know what your trouble is, of course, and I certainly shan't mention It to any one. Hut, whatever It is, I'm sure you are right nnd It's not your fault. Now will you shake bands?" The captain did not answer. He merely took tho proffered hand, shook It heartily nnd strode off into the dark ness. of appreciative alertness. "Never mind the vote." he said. "1 realize that Hrother Leonard has rather got one on me. so to speak. All tight: I won't dodge. I'll be n commit' tee of one on the harbor grab, and If nothln' comes of It I'll take my share of kicks. Centlemen. I appreciate your trustfulness In my ability." This brief Bpcech was a huge success, if for a moment tbe pendulum of public favor bad swung toward Simpson, this trumping of the latter's leading card pushed It back again. The moderator had some difficulty In restoring order to the hilarious meeting CIIAI'TEH XII. MfYEB. CAPTAIN CT'H EH1 FIST BTIICCK Hill FAIRLY UKTWEEX THE EVES. Tard, you keep your nose out of this, d'you see! You mind your own business. I wau't goln' to hurt her any." The captain paid no attention to him. "Yup, I know him." he said grimly. Then he added, pointing toward the lighted window of the bouse ahead: "You Smith, you go In there and stay there! Trot I Don't make me speak twice." But Mr. Smith was too far gone with anger and the "spirits" raised by Tad Simpson to heed the menace In tho words. "Smith, bey?" be sneered. "Oh, yes, Smith! Well, Smith ain't goln', d'you ice! lie's goln' to do what he pleases. I reckon I'm on top of tho roost here! You can't talk I know what's what! to me. I've got rights, I have, and" "Wast your rights!" "What? What? Wast my rights, Oh, yes! Think because you've hey? got money you can cheat me out of 'cm, do you? Well, you can't! And bow about the other part of those tights? S'pobe I wulk right Into that douse and" "Stop it! Shut up! You'd better not- ""And Into that bedroom and Just say. 'Emmie, here's your' " He didn't finish the sentence. Captain Cy's big fist struck him fairly between the eyes, and the back of his bend struck the walk wit h a "smack." Then, through tho fireworks which were Illuminating his muddled brain, so heard the captain's voice: "Yon low down, good for nothln' is goln' to be n metnorla- blo town meetln'!" declared Sylvanus Cahoon with rising from n settee to gaze nbout hi in over the bends of the Toters in tbe town hall. "I bet you every ablebodied man In Hayport '11 be hero this afternoon. Yes, sir, that's meetln'!" what I call It, n Mr. Tlddltt was conducted to the platform. After thumping tho desk with his flat be announced that the gathering would "come to order right off, as there is conslder'ble business to be dune ami It ought to bo goln' ahead." He then proceeded to read tho cull for the meeting. This cere mony was no Hoouer over than Abed- nego Small, "Uncle Hedny," was on bis feet loudly demanding to bo In formed why tho town "hasn't done nothln'" toward fixing up the Has- Undo Hedny's sett's Hollow road. speech bad proceeded no further than fellow citizens, In the name of an outrageous I should say outraged portion of our community I" when be was choked off by a self appointed committee who knew Mr. Small of old and bad seated themselves near blin to be ready for Just such emergencies. Tho next step, Judged by meetings of other years, should have been to unanimously elect Kben Sal ter moderator, but as Captain Eben refused to serve owing to his Interest in the Whlttaker campaign Alvln Kuowlcs Mas, by n small majority. chosen for thnt olllce, Mr. Knowlen was a devout admirer of the great Atkins, and his election would have been considered a preliminary victory for the opiiosltlon bad It not been that many of Captain Cy's adherents voted for Alvln from a love of mischief, knowing from experience his Ignorance of parliamentary Inw and his easy go unc-tlou, nr Tbeu Mr. Myrlck was accorded the privilege of the tloor. In spite of Tad's protests, and proceeded to nominate Cyrus Whlttaker for tbe school comN mittee. Joslah Dlmlck seconded the captain's nomination. Then Mr. Simpson stepped to tbe front and. after a wistful glance at tbe door, began to speak. "Keller cltlzeus." be said, "it is ray privilege to put In nomination for bat "Tbat'a the way to talk I" he shouted. school committee a man whose name Cap'n stands for all that's good and clean That's n man! Three cheers for on. evcrybodyl" and progressive In this township. Hut Whlttaker! Come did not "come on." Rut everybody afore I do It I'm goln' to ask you to was evilet me say a word or two concernln' Tbe cheers were feeble. It present right on this mat- dent that the majority of those sometbln' thnt bears ter and which, I believe, every one did not know how to meet this unexof you ought to know, it's sometbln' pected contingency. It bad taken them that most of you don't know, and It'll by surprise, and they were uudeeldcd. Tbe uproar of argument and question bo a surprise, a big surprise. "Feller Hayporters," went on Tad. began again, louder than ever. Tbe "there's one thing we've all agreo or, bewildered moderator thumped his no matter who we've meant to vote desk and shouted feebly for order. for that Is, that a member of our Tad Simpson took tbe floor and In a school committee should bo an up- few words and at the top of hla lungs right, honest man, one fit morally to nominated Alonzo Suow. Abel LeonThere look out for our dear children. Ain't ard seconded the nomination. that so? Well, then, I ask you this: were yells of "Question! Question!" Would you consider u man fit for that and "Vote! Vote!" Eben Halters was recognized by tbe Job who deliberately came between a father and his child, who plzened tbe cbalr. Captain Saltcrs inado few mind of that child against his own speeches, und when ho did make one parent and when that parent come to It was because be bad something to claim that child first tried to buy him ay. off and tbeu turned blm out of the "Mr. Moderator." he said. "I. for houso? Yes, and offered violence to one, bate to vote Just now. It Isn't blm and done HI Is that tbe kind that tho school cointultteo Is so Imof man wo want to honor or to look portant of Itself. Hut I do think that out for our own children's schoolln'?" the rights of a father wltb bis child U Mr. Simpson undoubtedly meant to pretty Important, and our vote for cause a sensation by his opening re- Cap'n Wblttnker-a- nd most of you marks. He certainly did so. The cap know I Intended vulln' for hlui and tain rose to his feet, then sank back have been workln' for blm might again. seem like an Indorsement of bU posi"Gentlemen," continued tho speaker tion. This whole thing Is a big sur "last night I had an experience that I prise to me. I don't feel yet that we tuwt han't forget as long as I live. know enough of tho Inside facts to a poor man, a poor, lame man who'd give such an Indorsement I'd llko to been away out west and got hurt bad see this Thomas man before I deeld Folks thought be was dead Ills wife to give It r not to give It. either (Continued no.xt week.) 1 lug nny of my friends by a meeting with you." i "Mo It so, sir. I shall send a friend lo you." "Ono moment, sir The lady whose ion you have s Imltcd must not be brought Into this nlTair, nnd It Is lo your Interest, sir. that lb) renl enue should be concealed. Itelurn to your A Old friends. Presently I will it rise to leave (lie room. IMnee jour foot In such position (hat I may trip on II. I will retaliate by drawing my glove neniss your face. You ran then send your friend to mo without the true enuse ay F. A. MITCHEL of the difference between us being known." "Ah jou like. sir, Meanwhile you Ono evening, something more than may keep the check. If you kill me 100 J ears ago. n gentleman and a lady you may return It to tho lady who were strolling on the Mattery In the wrote It. If I kill yon- "city of New York. At Hint time the "You can take such action concernresidential urea iHirderlug the park, ing It ns you see tit. If you choose now which Inherits Its name from the old to decline It nud will give me n receipt New Amsterdam fort located on the for the amount of Its face this affair ground, wns a very different section need go no further" from what It Is now. Today It Is In Tllfonl made no reply lo this fur tcrsivtcd by elevated railroads, mid nwhlle. He was turning tbe matter loungers there nre chlelly etui- - over In bis mind. There were reasons tbe grants or persons out of employment. why he should reoslo from the iol Then In the house bordering upon the tlnn In which he bill he did not park Musi the most aristocratic fninl- - wish to glo up the plunder, and ho lies of old New York, might possibly rrtnlti It without iliilii-agThe gentleman mentioned was tall, to tils reputation Travers was not dignified mid wore the costume of the known ns a llghler. while Tllfonl came times, a beuver bat, milled shirt front, from the south, where dueling was blue coat with brass buttons nud n quite common, mid he wns nn expert llarlng skirt: his pantaloons, ns they With both sword ailil pistnl. were then called, tight except where "No. sir.' he ald nt last. "You have they inverisl his Units. The lady wore Insulted me. accused me, mid my honor the iHimiet of the period, skirt a la must be vindicated " With that he turned and went back dlrectolre. her shoulders covered with n lace shawl. She was n descendant to his companions of one of the original Dutch settlers' Nothing of the cunt crsnt Inn had litvn heard by them, mid when Trnver nud a widow. "1 nm going to ask you once more. aroe nud walked inward the desk to Mrs. Van .nihil, ami for tbe last time," pay his reckoning no one was aware said the limn, with that dignified court that n pnutiMiiliiii- - was to be enacted. llness which has now passed Into As he wns walking leisurely past tlu oblivion, "lo make me happy. You table where bis adversary sat the lat may remember that n year ngo, on this ter put out his foot, and Travers stumvery sp it. I asked you tiVhouor me bled ngalnt It. "You did that on purpose, sir," he by becoming my wife. You told me that you lived nnd would live only for . said. your son. Since then you have treated "As you plisise to consider It, sir." Trnversi drew n glme from n pocket tne. If pot us a lover, at least as a dear friend. It Is this that bus em and struck Tllfnrd with It lightly on Then he passed In ttio boldcncd me to nk you to reconsider the cheek. your refusal and confer me tho same leisurely manner out of the dingreatest happiness n woman can tie ing room. I When Tllford's stow upon it man." returned ti Having made this stilted proposal, him with Trovers' reply to his dial ho walled for a reply. In accordance lenge. the southerner knit Ills brows. with the custom of those times the Ity nssentlng to his enemy's plan he lady's hand reted on his arm. lie felt hid gheti Travers the chnnre of place? Tin- - conditions named and we.iMius. her hand tremble. After n few by the hitter were pUtols. In a dark of silence she wild: "I trust. Mr. Travers, that you will room, each party to be supplied with number of weapons not think me of the honor nn ii nl tn It you would confer upon me; nn honor, This plnced them on an equality, and am scarcely Tllfonl lot the advantage of tils skill I must admit, of which worthy Hut If my son required my and reputation as n duelist Tllford was an lniNistor and n swinundivided attention n year ago be needs It still more now. Since you nro dler, lie had furcisl letters of Intromy very dear friend. I will confide In duction nud had played young Van yon that he has liecome Involved- - has --unit with markiil cards. Hellevlng Involved me In a gambling debt. This that his true diameter would seou Major Tllfonl. who has recently come come out. be ile.lrcd. If possible, to get to New York, and who bus secured the iuuey on Mrs. nn Zandt s check social recognition by some of our best and disappear Hut In plnylng a has suceeisled In winning Neman's game he had left tbe check He sent word to tils , with Travers. from I'rank nt cnnls Mime $l.is)." "The rascal!" muttered Mr, Travers. adversary that In would niHilogtzo for "I have drawn my check for the tripping him and take Mrs. Van amount, and Trunk will tomorrow pay Zand I'm check to her nnd tear It to He has given me pieces In her presence If this would bo the Indebtedness. his solemn promise never ngaln to play agreeable lo Mr Trover, Travers wns unwilling to trust hlrn nt curds for money. Hut I kndw I shall have trouble In keeping him with the check so long as It was good from the temptation. Now you can un- nt the bank, but he took siilllclent derstand why be needs my first con- time to go there ami ropiest that it should not be paid If presented. Then sideration." The lovers were silent for n time. he sent It to Tllfonl. stilting that his They were standing on the southern proposed terms were accepted. Hut Tllford had time to try to get the most part of the Mattery looking Travers went to the A few ships were nt cheek cashed down the bay. anchor, while one wns coming under bank and was there In concealment full sail through the Nnrniwi. the when Tllford hurried In and presentsetting sun gliding her canvas. Present- ed the check. Travers confronted him. "You scoundrel'' he suld. "Sign u i ly Mr. Travers said: "Will jou permit me to hand your receipt for the amount you claim from j young Van Zandt and give It to me. check to Major Tllford. madam?" with this check, or go to Jail." "Wltb what object?" "It may lo better that your son Tllford threw up the game and When the should have nothing more to do with agreed to the conditions. receipt bad Iss-drawn and signed the m nn." "Perhaps you nre right. I shall con- nnd the check returned be was persider myself under n deep obligation mitted to leave the bank and tho city to you. my dear Mr. Traverx. If you nnd was never seen lu New York ' again. will act In the matter for me." "On the contrary. I feel highly The same evening Mr. Trnvera was ' honored by your confidence." announced In the drawing room of Mm Vnn intuit. They returned to Mrs. nn jindt home, n modest two story brick build-"Hnve you paid my son's Indebted- Ing, In place of which n modern sky- - ness?" she nskisl. scraper now stands, and Mrs. Van "I have, madam. There la the re- Zandt took from a lady's mnhognny celpt." writing desk with claw feet n check Ho handed It to her. Sho cast her and hatidisl It to Mr. Travers. Ho eyes over It and wns folding It when bent and kissed the hand from which bo tiniidcd her her check. She looked be received It and, carefully avoiding at It, surprised, then at him for an exturning bis back to Its owner, with- planation, drew. "There was no legitimate debt," he That Mttr.o evening n pnrty of gentle- said, "due from your son to IhU man men were supping at FraunceH tavern, Tllfonl, who was nn Impostor and n among their numlier Major Tllford. swindler. He returned your check and Mr. Travers entered the dining room signed u receipt for the amount ho bad I nlnltiwwl In iir,if.iriftp, In lull " tn and. taking a seat, called for wine. Then he wrote on the back of ono of "How did you prove blm such?" bis visiting cards a request for a few "I gavo him my opinion of ono who words In private with Major Tllford would tuku money In such fashion and sent tho curd to that gentleman. from a minor. He still pretended to bo The Intter arose nnd. going to the table a gentleman and ngrccd to surrender where Mr. Travers snt.lMiwisl mid snld: tho cheek to you lu iiersou. Instead of "1 am at your service, klr." j doing so, he presented It at tho bank. "I am commissioned to band you a I had taken the precaution to stop check for money tnken from a Isiy payment on the check and was at the In bis teens, who should have been bank to receive the rascal when ho protected lustead of swindled by you." came to draw the money. I gave him He bunded Tllfonl Mrs. Van Zandt's his choice between exoaure and Its check, but the latter drew back. He consequences and giving me, for you. had no sense of honor, but could nut these two puperH. tell to what this matter might lend. Mrs. Van .limit's ojc were dimmed Ho assumis) a sense of honor he did with tears. She yearned to throw hernot feel. self Into her lover's arms, but those "Are you uwnro. sir," bo said, "that were times of great formality. this Is an liiMilt no gentleman can "Mr. Travers." she said, ns soon as brook? Were It not for the prejudice she could control her voice. "It seems, engendered by tho re-agulnst the code that my son's Interests nre safer In rent affair between .Mr. Hamilton nnd your hands than In mine," Mr. Hun' jou kIioiiIiI answer for It on With great comsiure he encircles) the field or honor." her waist ami took her hand: then he "The prejudice against dueling you drew her to lilm mid kissed her, ipeak of urines from a murder, not an "Ah, madam, you have mndu tnu the iffulr of honor. I have no fear of lo.s- - supplest of men"' Her Check Story of New York ' td, I uu I 1 1 e 1 I ,r, Inmtnry ir, lim, THE CITIZEN. Pago Seven. A Corner for Women The Children's Hour VERSES FOR THE LITTLE FOLK, Young Folks VELOCIPEDE FOR THE vata more carefully a spirit" of Christianity. I A A Waate-Pape- r Daaket You ahould Thorn una s n Pig, Hint sal nlonc, a ru I nod pump. Ily ilny mid nlglit ho Hindis Ills monn: It would have stirred n heart of Ingenlout Vehicle, Invented by Allowt Boy to Coaet Down Incline or Pedal Up. throw away more of your work. . I a 1. WW MJ put MUOft IU t IUIO 1 WilU i I Jl vi You will take this SNOW to some trouble. anout and dust It whenever I am Penn-ylvanla- n, SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING JVTOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door nounced to call. Puck. Qreenbacka. Berea's Vocational Schools g VERSE FOfl THIS WEEK. Trust And God. (Jod to tinier all thy ways. in Him whntoVr bi'tiilc; Tlinu'll fl iid II i in In the evil days trust Moat Ingenious la the anow velociMono pede that haa been patented by a wring Ills lioofs and Pennsylvania man. On it a boy can i sen Iilin Inclines, "coaat" down or he can pedal up them. In Ha gen Hoc.'iiisM! hu could not jump. era) appearance thta vehicle resemlnvls Carrol. bles the ordinary velocipede but the front and rear forks are mounted on To runners, tnatcad of on wheels. There was a crooked man, be sure, there Is a driving wheel, but photograph. that Is Journaled and vertically movAnd he went a crooked mile, He May Be. able In the front forks. The vertical Ho found n crooked sixpence Mra. Neighbor They tell me your movement of this wheol Is controlled Upon a crooked slilo: by a lever In the handle. When the aon la In the college football eleven. He brought a crooked cnl, velocipede Is used to roaat down a Mr. Malaprop Yes, Indeed. caught a crooked mouse Flint Mrs. Neighbor Do you know what hill the wheel Is raised above the botAnd they nil lived together tom of the runner. On level ground. position he play? In a crooked house. Mra. Malaprop Alnt aura, but I tklnk he's one of the drawbsnka, Tit snow-covere- The term greenbacks as applied to money Is said to have been first uaed by the Hon. 8. P. Chaae, aecretary of the treasury, lo the legal tender note first laaued by the United Statea government In 1862, during the Civil war, an (illusion to the color of Ink uaed In printing their reverae aides. Thta tint was first produced by a Canadian and la very difficult to counterfeit or to Training that adds to your money-earninpower, combined with general education. 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It also gives the best general education for those who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. lovo Ituilils on a ruck Hint naught can move. Margaret DON'T A I'.. Sangslei. TO HEALTH SACRIFICE FASUION. Simple and SensibU Talk About Health and Comfort From The Lexington Herald. On a Poor Circulation. who are trouliled with poor circulation have cause to look upon Hie winter months with dread. They represent to them ehilldaiiis, chron icnlly cold feet ami hands, nose blue at tin: tip and lips hide aUo. ".Not only do I Miller from cold, hut I never can look nice in win ter," a woman said. She was one of those who are atDieted with a poor circulation, hut. slio never did anything to remedy it. She wore her clothes too light, and hound her ueek in high, tight collars. "It is (on cold lo stir out of doors,' she would say as she sat over her lire. Now, in winter a sharp, hrlsk walk excry day is more necessary even than in summer. There is nothing like plenty of exercise for insuring a good circulation. Of course tl looms in the house should hu kept suitably warm though duo regard should lie paid to ventilation also, It is a had plan nlwas to keep win dows hermetically closed. Have tire in the room hut leave the win dows a little open at the lop.Thero is nothing worse for the health than to spend the entire day in hot, stuffy rooms without going out. Of couru one. can go to extremes in this res lhoe An Ingenlua little device for spin ning a top has been designed by a Colorado man. It remalna to be aeen, however, If the top can be spun any better with It than the average email boy can do by carofully winding hla cord up and spinning hla top by hand. HOW THE BEAR LOST HIS TAIL. A wire frame has recesses Snow Velocipede. One cold day in winter a boy broke at the ends o'f the arms to receive the a Hole in ine ice aim caugui a or going up on Incline, tho wheel Is spike of the top and a spindle project great many llsh. As he was going lowered until It can get a purchase ing from the head. Ilelow this splndlo home with the llsh piled on his on the ground or snow and pedaled Is a circular groove around which the cord fits but It Is not necessary to sled a fox saw him. llko tho wheel of an ordinary velociwind the cord up. Just loop tho cord The fox was very fond of fish, pede. around this groove once, leaving one Whene'er tho gutter's muddy. No! whilst I grammar learn," says puss, "Your house will in n trice He overrun from top to toe, With Hocks of rats and mice.' Remains to Be Seen Whether Task May Be Performed Better Than by Small Boy With His Hand. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to teacft. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keepright on in their course of study. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School" 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and nil preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department. 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered It seems funny enough to rend of men who nctually inako nests like tho birds. Yet such men actually exist, both In Africa nnil Australia. The bush-meof tho latter country, who are among tho lowest orders of men, do not know ptiouch to build even the ing. When the boy was not look inir. simplest huts, so they gather grass big blnl wouud the fox shoved a Hue llsh olT the and twigs, exactly as n a thicket In the do, nnd carry them to sleil anil then rolled on uimseii. J A bear soon came along ami saw forlnb,R MRt horaog. er wnole fam. I he here j m08 curj Up together like so many fox eating the llsh. you get that llsh1;" asked Hruin. te pupping nnd sleep very snugly. As Spinning a Top. The fox did not care lo share bis She bushes grow up around the nest together overhead end long. Then pull the short end i ther often come dinner vilh the bear so he said: "Follow Ibis path until you come and form a kind of natural shelter, but j Rtuj in passing' through the groovo the no to the river There von will llnd a further than this the bushman has are cor(j revolves the top In the handle, r.m.,,r hole In' (he See. Stick Protection from the rain. There when the top haa acquired aufflclent in,,.,. .1 1. .. IflthP bush." momentum It will fly out of the handle -"rv I. " IIUHMllUff nf tl.nan nontH ... that long bushy tail of yours Into as It Is called 'In 'Australia, but the and spin on Ihe pavement. the water thru this hole; wait un- - bushman, nlthough very Ignorant, til the (Ish bite; then snatch out never fnlls to find his own home again, GOOD LIBRARY FOR THE BOYS nur tail." nor mistakes some other nest for It. The bear trolled off down l.'ie path And If he Is taken away blindfolded Method Permitting of Selection of One lo (he river. He found the hole for miles and allowed to go he will Book Each Month I Bettsr Than unerringly Haphazard Fashion. in (he ice and stuck his tail into start straight for home as been carried from the. water ns the fox told him. He as a cat that has bag. Indeed, the her old home In a iled. Every boy who Is fond of reading smacked his lips as he thot of the bushmen possess this homing Instinct line INh thai he would have for his to a remarkable degree, and In thla naturally wants to have a library of Cold Feet. his own, even If It be only a limited dinner. respect they are far ahead of civilized one. It a good plan to have some Soinu women cannot sleep at night He waited and wailed, but not a, man with all hla Intellect and reasonsort of a system about both the selecfor the cold. In winter their foul arc llsh would bite. As it was very cold ing power tion and the actual buying of the Usually like Mocks of ice, and as he had to beat himself with his fore-pabooks that go to make It up. . long as one's feet are cold one can LANGUAGE OF GIFTS. A method of purchasing that allows lo keep from freezing. Tonever get warm. the addition of one new book ever)' ward night it became so cold that "Oh, I could not wear lied socks," A Vallee Please travel. so often say once a month la much the hole in the ice froze over. A Uouquet Try to Imitate these. one of these chilly mortals said re better than the haphazard fashion of did not know this, for Now. Hruin A Necktie Your own taste Is ex contly. buying one "once In a while." This "It is such an old maid his back was turned to tho hole. ecrable. plan also allows one ample time to ish habit to get into." At last be rould stand the cold no Vou are pain- read and dlgeat the books as they are A Piece of Jewelry Now, sho was ipiile wrong. Much longer. He would go homo without I fully plain. accumulated, without alternating "a better wear a pair of cozy bed socks any llsh. He tried to put his fore A Chair You should sUy at home feaat and a famine," which is aa lnju your feet warm than have to feel to the ground, but something more than you do. and gel rlous to the mind as to the body. lie hours awake with the cold. I do was holding him by the tall. llottle I think you. In planning a library there are sev A you see It. not as a rule, advocate the use of hot "Thai must bo a big llsh that has know a good thing when should be ta- era! departments that must be con A Purse Detter care water bottles, but if you cannot get hold of my tall," said ho; nnd he beeldered. Make out your list of these ken of what money you have. under their proper headings, and then warm without one have one in the gan to pull still harder. Your nature work toward It, selecting first one of Poems A Book bed by all means, but and this is Al last he gave n strong, quick stands sadly In need of softening. kind of book, then another. In this important if you suffer from chil- pull; something broke, and Hruin Jacket Your ciotnes way the library does not become one A Smoking blains do not put your feet near it, fell heels over head on tho ice. smell dreadfully of tobacco. sided It becomes fairly comprehen because it is apt to aggravate this You can't tell a stve In a short time. A Box of Cigar He looked around to sec what had complaint. Among the department desirable happened. There wns his tail brok- good cigar from a vile one. If you begin wearing bed socks en olT short in the ice. A Fountain Pen You should .cultl: ' mv h mentioned: History. Btozra. I Unite, early in the winter, have warm phy, Poetry, Fiction, Science, Amuse- From the Iroquois. coverings on your bed and n warm memo, llHUUlliait.0, lllici, cayiuin- A tlon and Hellglon. nightgown also you will Hud that library shows a steady growth through your circulation will be much imFOR THE CHILDREN WINTER PLAYHOUSE all thoae departments, and as many proved and you will not feel tho more as the taste suggests, and means night. i, cold so much at a will allow. If no more than ono book Don't grudge, n lire in tho bedIs added to the list each year, but that room occasionally. This Is not realone of the best, the value of the col It can bo actual ly extravagance. lection cannot be measured. economy In some cases in regard to Literary Item. tho saving of doctors' bills. , Why Is It almost certain that Shake ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssmsmL-m Winter Clothing. speare was a broker! Becauso no man has furnished so Your clothing in winter should bo many quotations. warm, yet loose He particular in n and, besides, he was ipiite hungry. He was afraid of the hoy, but felt that he must have a llsh. At last he ran ahead some distance and lay down on the side of the palh as if be were dead. Now Hie boy wanted Hie skin of n fox to make himself a cap. So he picked up what he (hot was a dead fox and I hew him on the sled with the IMi. On he went grunting under the heavy load that he was pull This is tho crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. MEN WHO MAKE THEIR NESTS Bushmen of Australia Gather Twig and Crass and Build Themselves Very Comfortable Homes. ' ' il llt-di- d : ! 1 BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Bcrca College with its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g institution. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to cam nnd save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to pro tect tho character and reputation of tho 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, charge. All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings, and many assist inwork of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of fietV expenses. IPrife fo the Secretary before coming to tecure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, ete, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and 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 fino 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, $1.36 a week, in the fall, and ?1.50 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and Is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etd. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fe for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 and $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM Incidental Fee Room VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL tj COLLEGE $ 5.00 5.60 $ 6.00 7.00 $ 7.00 7.00 I Cut-Glas- s Board 7 weeks Amount duo Sept 10, 1913..:... Board 7 weeks, dut Oct 29, 1913 Total for terra If paid in advance WINTER Incidental Fee Room 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 9.46 $23.45 9.46 $32.90 $29.00 TERM $ 5.00 6.00 9.00 S3l,40 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 S32.40 $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 Board 6 weeks 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 $28.60 S30.70 S3I.70 Lm. I ' hI "P! regard to your shoo leather. Thin, open work silk stockings and paper soled shoes are quito out of place on ft cohl winter's day. With n nico pair of boots and cozy, warm gaiters you will feci a different person. Don't inufllo up loo much In furs. This is a mistake and Is very often the cause of throat delicaoy, which is dinicult to euro. If your clothing Is sensible- nnd warm you do not requiro to havo your neck lightly muflled. On the other hand, do not go to llio other extreme and wear blouses cut loo low nt the neck. Ily doing this you run tho danger of chest troubles, such as pneumonia, pleurisy and other ills. It is ono of tho greatest mistakes imaginable to sacriflco ono's health to tho exigencies of fashion. klassiLssasssssssssssssssW LaBBBBBBBBWaBLyH . JHBaVJflB - LHVV A siMs'sasaLllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllB M' JI ?tL m Mistletoe. According to an ancient Celtic le- eend. the mistletoe was formerly a forest tree; but having yielded Its wood for the Saviour's cross It waa condemned ever afterward to exist merely aa a parasite. Tho mistletoe waa connected with manv mystical Druldlc rltea and was highly osteemod for Its magical quail ties. So high was it In favor that the Druids styled It "all heal," and con sldered It an antidote for disease and Infection of all sorts. Trace of this favor may be In certain old English customs, (uch aa kissing under the mistletoe. d This docs not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or foundry. Special Expenses Business. muter SrimgFall Tttal Stenography and Typewriting $14.00 $12.00 $10.00 $36.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .... 14.00 12.00 10.00 86.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 7.00 6.00 18.00 6.00 Business course studies for students in other departments: Stenography 10.50 9.00 7.50 27.00 Typewriting, with one hour's use 7.00 6.00 of instrument 5.00 18.00 - Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. 43 Artists. Bring in a good slzod blackboard and have tho children see who can draw the best Santa Clcus. Tills will afford much pleasure for the llttlefoliu. Arith., or Penmanship, each. . . 2.10 1.80 6.40 1.50 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. d young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea if there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring 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 Bcrca and starting In on new studies vith some of tho best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they arts 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 tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Winter Term opened Dec. 31st. Hurry upl For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary. able-bodie- D. WALTER MORTON, Bcrca, Ky. Page Klglil. lasl week. W. S. Grant visited relatives near this place a row days last week. Arthur Coylo is attending school at Berea at present. Sinda l.evett and Mnry Thomas were In Conway one day last week on business. Allen Northern is reported quite sick. Nulo King recently moved with his fniully to Whites Station, where he Is employed as llagman on tho railroad. Ada Martin returned from Clear Creek a few days ago nflor a pleasant visit with friends and relatives, Rockford. Rockfoinl, Jan. 12. We are Ravine winter weather here. Mrs. M. J. Thomas, who has been sick so long is slowly impro ing. We are glad lo know she is belter. 0. M. Payne of Dispiilaula is In Lexington having his eyes treated. It is feared he will never gain the use of belli eyes as be is almost blind. j everybody seems In be sorry over his bad iiceidcnl. Saturday, Jan. Ill, was a call day for ll'l (. The call ' was unanimous for Rev. A. J. Pike! of Brodhead. The day of coming is, et lo be set by A. J. Pike. Mrs. Sarah Guinn of near the Baptist church was in Rockford today. W. II. I.iuville of Rockford is on tin' siek list. Aunt Susan Ogg of Clear Creek, who has been sick so long is no belter. J. J. Martin of Ibis place is on Iho sick list, but is some belter now. II. K. Northern was in Rockford today. J. M. and II. K. Billion pased I Iu u here Sunday. .iiimiiiiy in, iuu. churches, have Jusl received from the National Child Labor Committee a reminder Hint the lasl Sunday in January Is Child Labor Day. The Comin II looIs also asking several hundred college presidents, school principals and superintendents, teachers lo bring the subject of child labor before their students and pupils on Monday, the 2iHli of January. To all who wish to observe Child Labor Day, three pamphlets will be sent upon request tree or charge by the National Child Labor Committee. 103 East 22nd Street, City. New-Yor- k TESTING. PRECIOUS STONES East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else ii Ho eorreixindeae pattlihM not for putIlctlon, bit u The tlcsrt la (ill ilf trUtae efood by the wtltrr. pUtnlr.Mm Ultb. Writ JACKSON COUNTY. Privett. PriM'll, .Inn. 10. Mr. ntul Wood Sptirlork, who have boon very .sick with a bruised hand and rheuone matism are Improving. Kvr-rwas glad lo see the sun lasl Wednesday, as II had nol been seen before In n vvk. Messrs. .lames and John Anderson, Arch Pelers and Kdgar! Cook enjoyed last Monday as a hunting day, killing fourteen rabbits and some other game. Mrs. Mack An-- ) derson gave a iiuiltlng lasl Saturday. -- Pied, .Ian 51 h of consumption, Mr.1 LEE COUNTY IJortie Morris. Dr. Treadway and, Idaniay. wifo visited at Mr. L. J. Pelers last Idamay, Jan. I. Miss Tillie Isaacs at Tuesday afternoon. The social who has pneumonia fever is gelling the Hospital lasl Friday night was well. Mrs. C.leo Conifleton was burivery much enjoyed by the Senior1 ed last Saturday. Miss Alpha Corboys and girls of the Sunday School ned was the guest of Miss Martha class. The ollicers elected for the' Hughes Saturday night. Charlie Senior Class were: Thomas Hays, Cook and I.ul her Howies were in President, Lucy Judd, Vice Presi- Idamay Saturday drumming. Mis dent, Artie Hruniback, Treasurer, Bertie Price has returned home from Secretary, with, Kings Mills, and Arch Pelers, ()., where she has been Kva Pelers, Kliza Hunter and Hobl. for some time. Claud Porter and Neeley on the Social Committee. Our Bill Ross are interested in foxhuntSchool is planning to do good work ing. You can listen most any night this year. Joe Minter is teaching a and hear the horn blow. Mr. Ham subscription school at bis homo on Judd called at the home of Miss Hlaekwater Willi twelve pupils en Mary Sams Sunday. Miss Martha rolled. Hughes was the guest of Miss Martha Tincher Sunday night. Best Parrot. wishes to Tho Citizen. Parrot, Jan 10. David Hillard of Polana, 111., visited his son, Phee, of CLAY COUNTY. this place a few days (his week. Burning Springs. W. M. Harris of this place is atBurning Springs, Jan. 0. Mr. and tending the trial in Owsley County Mrs. Stephen Clarkston announce for the killing of bis son. Gilbert. the birth of a daughter, named Fields of Adclia, Clay County, Joyous Vehna. Mrs. Jobe llornsby been visiting his uncle, Klijnh died has after a lingering illness. She Corned, of this. place. K. D. Arnold leaves a very large family and cirand family have moved to Clark cle of Cunagin's farm. Mr. and Mrs. I.ean-d- er ory. friends lo cherish her memMrs. Anna Sandlin of Adella Gahbard have moved to Clarkey is very sick Parker's farm. Clark Cunagin has Mrs. Henry with lagrippe. Mr. and Maggard havo returned H. Hunsold his slock of goods to J. to their home at Hazard, Perry dley and has bought Hundley's farm. County. Caleb Rawlings has enterSeveral from this place have been ed the Model Schools of Berea. attending court at MeKee this week. J. G. While, accompanied by bis Mr. and Mrs. Levi Gabbard and daughter, Kva, visited relatives on brother, Taylor, is attending school in Berea College. Tho latter will Laurel Fork one night this week. Praycrmeeting at H. H. Dyches' take special work in the VocationSchools in agriculture. Miss Wednesday night was well attend- al Fannie Cole is at home after haved. Miss Gertrude Lewis of ing taught a very successful school Moores Creek is visiting relatives at near Oneida. this place. The Messrs. Joe Black, been suffering Geo. McCreary has from the injury Floyd Fields, Lawrence Cornell, which caused his paralysis some and Robert Gabbard and Miss years ago. Andrew Kneeley has Lillie Gabbard were entertained at moved to Oneida so that his chilhome of Adam Price Sunday the dren can attend the school there. evening. We wish to call tho people's attention lo the announcement of the Carico. winter school hero which begins the Carico, Jan. 12. The new railroad second Monday of Jan. Special at is progressing with one hundred tention win he given to the 8th men at work and more going lo j grade work. Elbert Huhhard. work this week. John Shelton, J.I member or the board of Supervisors, Angel and S. It. Roberts returned has been in Manchester this week. Saturday night from McKee, where they have been attending court. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. They report several indictments Gauley. made. Willie Faubus lost a fine Gauley, Jan. to. Green Gotten got horse recently. Mrs. S. P.. Roberts badly hurt in J. W. Spark's quarry entertained quite a lot of friends while loading a shot, one eye was 'Christinas. Among those present blown out and one arm broken. were Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Evans of J. W. Ponder is still very poorly. Lite, and Mr. Gilbert Reynolds of Mrs. Cabron Allen is on the sick "list McWhorter, .Mr. M. J. Reynolds of this week. W. B. Mobley is very Mauldcn and a host of others. sick at this writing. Spencer Mul-lin- s' We are sincerely sorry lo bear of little son is getting better. James Reynold's death at McKee. Miss Bertha Kinser is visiting her Born to Mrs. Win. Faubus, a fine uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. boy. His name is Joe. Our school Bullock. The smallpox is getting a elosed at this placo last Tuesday good hold in part; six cases on with a nice talk from the teacher, Piney Banch.this Circuit Court conRobert Johnson. Wo were sorry lo vened at Mt. Vernon Monday. Jno. givo up such a good teacher. Halconib lost a mule this week; al so Mr. Link Baker lost a mule. Nathanton. Rev. H. L. Ponder's new house Is Nathanlnn. Jan. 10. Hon. l).G. about completed, and he will move Wood is at Frankfort attending Iho into it m a few days. Mrs. Bill t'Jlt session of the legislature. Ponder of Jellico is with hnr .Miss Laura Reynolds of this place brother-in-laF. M. Ponder, for a and Mr. Grant Fryo.or Island City winie. Mrs. Eliza Frederick of were quietly married by tho Rev. Jellico is with her brother, F. M. Brown at the bride's homo New Ponder this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. Year's day. Miss F.thel Davis of C. Bullock are planning to go soon this place and Mr. Leonard Cook of lo London. Laurel County W. K. Green Hall were married at McKee Bullock caught an onossuin last December 31st. We wish tho young night without a dog. couple a happy and prosperous life. Aunt Virginia Daily, who has Boons. been in poor health for some time, Boone, Jan. 12. Saturday and is reported very low. J. A. Hunter Sunday were regular church days at of Sexton's Creek was at (his place Falrvlew. Miss Minnie Gadd or yesterday on business. Clear Creek visited relatives near Boone last week. Georgo and Ilico Gray Hawk. Lamb of Madison were in (his vicin Gray Hawk, Jan. 12. Cold weath- ity on business ono day last week. er still continues and the roads are w. . Witt or Harlan County is had and muddy here. Miss Sudie visiting relatives near this placo. Hayes entertained quite a crowd of Mrs. Maltio Coylo of Hockford atyoung folks at her home Saturday tended church at Falrvlew Satur night. Among IIio.-- j present wore day night. Oscar Sims was in Con Mr. Robert Bingham of Kthel, also way Sunday. A. D. Leavelt visited .Mr. Robert Neeley of F.thel, Mr. Hithe homo or K. C. Blair Stinday- .ram Judd, Miss Lucy Judd, Miss Mrs. II. Lhasteen is soino belter af.Mary Mathews of Bradshaw, Mr. ter a brief illness Mrs. Caner Tho Charley Turner, Miss Mary Turner mas is on the sick list this week. of Gray Hawk. Mr. and Mrs. Morris James Thomas is visiting his Saudliu paid Mr. J. II. Hegley a visit mother at Hamilton at present. Saturday night. Mr. Robt. Bingham James Lambert inadu a business trio passed thru Gray Hawk enrout'j to Mt. Vernon last Monday. Willie from McKee wjlh a cow which they Coylo was in Mt. Vernon ono day Jl. bought from Isaac Hays for $31.10.-Ou- ile a lot of young folks in and Gray Hawk are attending school at Annville for Iho winter term. They all report a line school. The Sunday School nl Gray Hawk is progressing nicely conducted by I he Rev. De Young and others. We hope (he day will soon come that we can hac a good winter school at Gray Hawk, for it is badly needed. I also hope the time will soon come when The Citizen will be in every home in Gray Hawk. SOME POSTSCRIPTS Concrcto tiles with tho upper portions porous to freely admit water have been patented by a Texan for undcrd raining. Swedish chemists have Invented n way for separating from coal tar tho finely divided carbon which It holds In suspension. Two of tho largest circuses carry their own electric plants. Illuminating everything from their largest to their smallest tents. To save tho tlmo taken for blue, printing a camera has been Invented for rapidly producing prints from original drawings. A competitive test of milking machines In Kngland by the Royal AgrI cultural society recently was won by a Swedish machine. THE My bands are gnarled and horny. My face is seamed with sun, My path is sometimes thorny, .My living grimly won Hy labor unremitting FARMER. And, though hy all my labor I win no mighty prize, I 'till can face my neighbor And look him in (In- - eyes; I am no speculalor I And hard and Forever hitter toil; am pilling My strength against the' soil. I Within the wheat-p- it hurled; am the wealth-creatWho helps to feed the world. or The city's lights anil glamour Are not for me to know, Hut neither is its clamor, Its squalor and its woe; Not mine its pleasure places, Hut mine the good brown loam. The air, the open spaces. The quiet peace of dome! One with the empire-make- rs Who bring a better day, I till my thrifty acres And how to no man's sway; My gold might heap up faster Were I to crook tin; knee. Put no man is my master And am strong and free! 1 " HERTON HRAI.EY. -- J. M. Hulleu one of Rockford's best farmers has purchased a three hor.-- e plow from J. W. Todd and says he is going lo plow at a depth of 10 to 12 inches. Everyone cannot do this here. W. C. Viars has lately put a phone into his residence near the church. De-Wi- ltc Posey. Posey, Jan. D. Oscar Judd spent last Saturday night nnd Sunday with Clayton Rowland. Mrs. Juriah Ily-dinvited a number of her friends to take dinner with her last Sunday. They all report a good dinner and a nice time. Willie Kincaid, who has been spending his vacation with home folks, returned to today, lo enler school. Miss Marian Kincaid gave the young folks a candy party Wednesday night in honor of her brother, Wil lie. They all reported a nice tune. The Misses Mae and Beulali nail ery of Sturgeon spent Wednesday night with Miss Carrie Jano Row- -j land. Tho mumps are scattered in (his vicinity and the measles are getting close. We are glad to know, that Fred Mclntire, who has had typhoid fever is improving. en lio ' A Christmas Stocking. It Is not always tho gift Itself, but the way In which It is presented that commends Itself particularly to the roMntont To fhrt lrl whn thtnka she la too old to hang up her stock- lijgs, send a pair of silk stockings, using ono to All, and roll up the other and stick It In tho foot The rest of the stocking should be filled with In- eipenslve trifles a home-mad- e Jabot, tie or collar, a handkerchief, some candy, nuts, raisins, crab apples, a card or a calendar, perhaps somo little kindly hints at her hobbles that will amuse her. Each of these ar tides ahould be wrapped separately In tissue paper and red ribbons, and the excitement of opening the mysterious small packages will often exceed the pleasure taken In one large gift that would havo cost no more than the numeroua small ones. Can you tell a real diamond from an Imitation? Genuine diamonds can best bo recognized by their hardness and high roflectlvo power. Tho diamond stays brilliant because It Is hard and Imitations become scratchFor an ed and dulled by friction. experienced cyo It Is not difficult to DY HEAVY WIND WHICH SPRANQ UP NARdccldo from tho nppearanco of tho faces whether n stonn la genuine or ROW ESCAPES. not for thoso of ronl diamonds nro seldom so regular as those of fine Imitations. With the latter tho greatest The Heavy Seas Droke the Cake In Children care Is taken, In Urtndlng, to smooth Two Twenty-TwWith Difficulty. and polish not only tho faces, but also tho whole form Into such n shnpo an to avoid differences In tho retire-HoUnion Nrw Htrvlce. U'nl.tn refraction nnd scattering of the I Cltll-.Madison, Wis. Twenty-fou- r rays. narrowIn tho grinding and xllshlng of real dren skating on Lake Monona brllllnnts, on the other hand, effort Is ly escaped drowning when n heavy wind suddenly sprang up and carried made to keep the original site as nearthe Ice on which they wero skating ly as possible, and no mo llttlo IrreguIn the faces nnd angles nru pre- out Into the middle of the lake. The larities ferred to nny diminution In weight. In heavy seas broke the rake In two In the middle of the lake, lenvlng 20 chil I lie Imitations the stipcrllutty of rheap material which may be wasted with dren on one part and four on the out making any difference enables a other. The children cried loudly for help perfect counterfeit to bo made. A necessary tool for testing Is the mid their cries were flr.any heard by file, which Is not nblu to Injure or residents on the lake shore, who put scratch a real iliamoiid, while on an out In rnwhoat mid rescued them. Imitation It quickly makes Ita mnrk. All of the children were taken off the lletter than the (lie la a fragment of Ice In safety hy the rescuers, who sapphire, becausu thu sapphire Is the were Sidney P. Itundell, Carl Louis ItodeflcM, and Dr. S. II. next hardest stone to tho diamond. Any stone, that can be scratched with ltoyce. Chief of Police Shaughnessy a sapphlro Is surely no diamond. If has dally warned skaters against Inka small drop of water In placed on ing chances on the lakes, but the tho upper face of a brilliant and touch- jouiik people have so far given little ed with a pointed pencil, the drop will heed to It. keep Its rounded form, while the stone HARRY K. THAW FOUND SANE. remains clean and dry. If the same Is done to a glass Imitation, the drop Concord, N. II - Harry Kendall spreads out at once A diamond plunged Into water will be plainly vis- Thaw, slayer of Stanford White, of ible and will glitter through the liquid, New York, nationally famous arc In while nn Imitation stone Is almost tect, would not be a public menace It he were released on ball, according to Invisible If a person looks through a dia- the report of commission appointed by mond, as through a bit of glass, at Federal Judge Aldrlch to Inipilrn Into a black dot on a sheet of while paper, the state of Thaw's mentality. The ono single point will be seen clearly report says the commission finds If several points appear, or a blur Is "Thaw Is not atlllcted with any of the seen, It is an Imitation. mental diseases from which ho was The white sapphire, tho whlto topaz, suffering when he slew Stnnford and rock crystal are commonly sold as white." "Where la Evelyn?" wero the diamonds, but more often Imitations tlrst words uttered by Thaw whon Inam made of glass. To recognize these formed of the commission's verdict. glass Imitations, treatment with acids Is also recommended, which remove REFUGEES FLEE TO BORDER. tho polish on the faces, while It does not affect the diamond, ruby, sapphire hunPresidio, Texas. Twenty-eigh- t However, an Imitation or emerald. dred Mexican federal soldiers, six made of glass yields to the hardness .Mexican generals, 200,000 rounds ol test, so that a chemical test la super- ammunition, two runnons, four large fluous. Held pieces and 1,500 civilian refugee' of tho United , were In tho custody SOME BURDENSOME NAMES States army border patrol as tho re-- j suit of the federal army's evacuation Perhaps the most burdensome, name of Ojlnagn, Mexico. Us flight to Amen ever given to a child was to tho daugh- can territory and tho occupation ot ter of Arthur Pepper In 1882. It com- the .Mexican village hy Gen. Franclicc prised one name for every letter of Villa's rebel forces. Villa had taken tho alphabet. In this way: Anna more than 300 prisoners during th llertha Cecilia Diana Kmlly ninny mad rush following evacuation of th Gertrude Hypatla Inez Jano Katu fortress. I tautse Maud Nora Ophelia Quince Rebecca Starkny Teresa Ulysls Venus AVIATOR DASHED TO DEATH. Winifred Xenophon Yetty Zeno. I', of course, provided In the surname, PepSantiago, Chile. I.leiil. Mery, a mill , per. tnry aviator, while making a flight I Hundreds of examples of this poor fell from a height of 3,000 feet and wai form of parental wit occur In the en- (lashed to pieces, tries for tho past few- - years. Noah's Ark Smith, Sardine Box. Jolly Death, SKATERS CARRIED OUT INTO LAKE 8UD-DENL- o Res-cue- d 1 Judas Iscariot llrown. Smith, Dovrll Johnson, Simpson, Merry Christmas Ktggott, Odious Beaton, Anno Iluinlnl Davts, aro the names of children probably living who will havo to bear them through life, unless they wash themselves clean with subterfuge. Thero waa for a long time a curiosity In nomenclature on tho Australian d CINCINNATI -- MARKETS pension MAKE MONEY SELLING OUR NEW BOOK "THE PATH TO POWER." OWSLEY COUNTY. Blake. Blake, Jan. 0. We have had tho coldest weather of the winter for the last two weeks. Robert Harvey is very low at this writing with pneumonia fever, attended by Dr. Maliffaey. Frank Bowman, who has been down with pneumonia fever is belter now. Ono or Walter Nee-ly- 's little children was burned to death last Tuesday, and was buried last Wednesday, wo extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved parents. Dave Bowman has a case ol smallpox. Dr. Mahaffey has got up the yellow. Thero is another case ol smallpox at Hooncvillo Mrs. Callle Peters and children have been visiting her lather, Henry Peters, lor tho last tew days. Isaac Peters' liouso was burned up last Monday night and ono readier bed ami three quilts were all he could save. Oscar Pelers and wife have moved to their now home which they built last sping. They say they like housekeeping Hue. Uncle Valentino Brewer was married last Saturday to the widow Deeds of Travelers Rest. JANUARY 25TH WILL BE CHILD LABOR DAY. on the Social Calen- w, (By Rev. Chas. Spurgeon Knight.) j It contains 22 i pages and 40 illustrations, and touches every phase of life from tho cradle to tho grave. The chapter on Sanitation and Health, and tho bulletins on canning vegetables and raising corn alone am worth many limes the price of tho book. Besides all this it contains much valuable information on Iho subjects of Farming, Fruit Heredity, Growing, Temperance Habit forming and Homo making, and closes with two strong sermons nnd a most interesting supplement. Tho book sells itself. Prico 33c. prices Special lo Christmas agents. 20 books, $3.00 10 books, $1.00. 3 books, .00. 2 books, .50. Sent hy mail at our expense. (Address D. W. Morton, Secy. Bo-rCollege, and send monoy order (ad) or stamps.) ea enter the leaven Smith." But tho officials of tho Pension department very pardonably abbreviated him Into Trlbby Smith." It Is not surprising that the names of Dickens' characters odd though they are should be found In real life, for It was from life that many of them were taken. Some, as wo know, wero copied from the names over shop doors, etc., but this waa not the novelist's only source of selection. Among his papers John Fvjrster found carefully drawn up lists of names, with tho source from which ho obtained them, and the longest lists were those drawn Education from the "Privy Council Lists." Somo of the names thus noted aro too extravagant for anything but reality Jolly Stick, IUU Marigold. George Muzzle, William Why, Ilobcrt Gospel, Ilobln Scrubbam, Sarah Catherine Two, Sophia Dooms day. Koaetta Dust, Sally dlmblet! -King-dom-ofGold-sack- list Ills name was Corn New corn Is outcd as follows No. 2 white CSfjCSc. No. 3 white 65f7G7c. No. 4 whlto l2(ft'lc 2 yellow .S(6'.ic. No. 3 yellow 6.' No. f)GS'.c. No. t jellow C24ffG4c, No. ? mixed CSe. No. 3 mixed 64Cf6Cc. mixed enr ti44.jG7c. whlto ear G4f?G7c, yellow ear tWfiGtic, Hay No. 1 timothy $19, standard timothy $1S No. 2 timothy $17, No. 3 timothy $I4.50 15. No. 1 clover mixed I5Q 16c. No. 2 clover mixed $13ft 13.50. No. 1 cloer $14.50. No. 2 clover $12.50. Oats No. 2 white 43fj43l4c, stand ard white 42fl42&c. No. 3 white 41V 41i,c. No. 4 white 39ft 4 No. 2 mixed 41 ' 414c. No. 3 mixed l0Hj41c. No 4 mixed 40ft tOHr. Whea- t- No. 2 red 99cft$l, No. 3 red OGfttSc, No. 4 red !3f!Jc. Poultry Hens (4 '.4 lbs and over), He; (3'4 lbs und over), 13V4: younp Htaggy roosters, 12c; roosters, 10c; springers, large, llfc:; springers, small, lfi'.ic; spring ducks, while (4 lbs und over), l.r.c: ducks ( under i lbs), 14c; turkeys, toms, old, lite; young turkeyi (9 Ilia and over), 18c. Kggs- - Prlmo 31V4c, first! llrsts .loijc, ordinary llrsts 2!V4c, sccondi 2.'.c POLICEMAN GROUND TO DEATH. All Prices on Metal Roofing are Off Get our price before you buy. Now is the time to make your Roofing Contracts for the year. Come and see us. a $6.G0 fat bulls fi.2.1fi fi.7S. Chicago. Patrick J. Conway, Calves-Kx- trn IO,7.r.? 11, fair tc South Park policeman, lost his life In good $Hf 10.75, common and large a vnln effort to save John Snekutls, of 5.!i0 10.25. Steger, III. lloth wero ground to death Hogs Selected heavy $8.45, good to chulco packers and butchers $8.40f under an Illinois train. 8.45, mixed packers 3K.35fti8.45, stag! $4.50fj7. extra 7.IGfl7.25. common to rholro heavy fat sows $.'fi7.80. extra $8, light shippers 18,10478.40; pigs 110 lbs and less) JGflH. Sheep Kxtru $4.50, good to' cholc $4ft4.4, common to fair $2.7Sft4. Lambs- - Kxtru $8.35, good to choice $8.1008.30, common to fair $G8. Cattle Shippers $ti.7.rifif8.25; butch 7. 854(8, good ors' steers, extra tc choice $G.K5Q7.7S, common to fulr "t.VU 6.75: heifers, extra $7.7B, good to choice 7.25ft7.65, common to fair $5f;7; cows, extra t6.2fift6.S0, good to rholro J.'.fioy 6.1,', common to fall 13,75 f .1.25 ; canners, $34.r.O. Hulls llologna ".7..ff C.50, extra SHARPERS j TRIM PASSENGERS. First Sunday Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager Tinihop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. Phone 7 or 187 dar. Fixe thousand clergymen throughoutthe country, members and correspondents of the Social Service Commissions tho ol various Plymouth, Kngluud. It Is reported that thero was trouble on board the North Herman Lloyd steamer Ueorge Washington during thu trip from arising from ulleged sharp practices by gamblers. Soverul persons are reported lo havo lost heavily, and It Is said that tw rorelgnera who were loaded dlco were accused of us! roughly handled In tho smoking room Just beforo tho steamer rcachod Plymouth and one was forced to dlsgorgs New-Yor- $500 of hla winnings.