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Five CenU a kThe Citizen DEUBA, MADISON COUNTY, KKNTUGKY, JANUARY, 22, 19H. iMwMf It power and Ue way te kMf nt wHk Mian knewledfe It io read a eed DiwtHltr. Mff. One Dollar a Year. No. 30 Progress of Beret's Winter Term hunllli Increase over I ho great numlier of students who wore received Inst arrievery year, hut In splto of everything thoy hnvo crowded in until tho Hoarding as llio Hall has 75 more (linn last year and Winter Term move on. nil nro well sealed nnd well served. Tho Collegiate Department nnd Tho lino of Hie new buildings proves very satisfactory. Al Knapp I lie Academy nro having examinations! this week us tho llrst half-ye- ar Hull lliey are ipiilo ready for visiends next Tuesday. tors. This boys In North Carolina Dr. Iluhhnrd, Dean of tho ColleCottage urn cheerful anil happy. Tho Commercial School In Its now quar- giate Department, starts for his new ters is expanding. The Normal work in China next week. Prof. work In all lines in umiMtnlly Ilumold will ho not lug Denu for tho present, and Dr. Chns. A. Mohr will satisfying. Most wonderful of nil is tho way come from Chlcngo tn carry tho now students nro taken earn of. It teaching work Hint Dr. Iluhhnrd wns tho Intenlion not to allow any Inys down. Tho (Inn wenlher, splendid of 111" students, nml constant val (if now students, gives ono n pleasurable excitement THREE STEPS IN ADVANCE. Why Not Take Them? The Legislature Investigates There should be dally prayer for the Legislature, now assembled nt Frankfort. They meet only once in two years for sixty days. Many of them are ed, and there are a thousand ways in which members of the Legislature may be deceived or corrupted so that they will pass measures which will not be for the public good but for the advantage of h few selfish people. Very properly they ,are beginning with investigations. Some of these may be but at any rate the first thing is to find out the truth regarding the public interests and the public business. We do not want denunciations or accusations, but n plain, blear, business-lik- e statement of the real facts. And to get at the facts requires patience and study. And another thing is that the Legislators must do their best to take up the most important matters. They can't attend to every little thing that needs fixing. Let them give us a fair districting of the state; let them give us a fair system of taxation; let them fix it so that public officials shall attend to the publje business as carefully as they would attend to the business of a railroad company or a bank, and without getting bigger salaries or "money on the side;" let them amend our laws where they are, for one reason or another, unjust or oppressive ; let them banish the liquor traffic which is an enemy to everything good in the state; let them see to it that every child has a chance for an education. If the Legislature can do these things, it can afford to omit a great many less important needs. Let us pray for the State Legislature. UNITED STATES NEWSflN OUR OWN STATE English Submarine Loit. engnged in naval drill with other submarine vessels in White Sand Day failed to emerge from tho waters in due lime. An instant search wns instituted lature. and nllho located in 100 feet of waAn important feature of the bill ter, thus far they have been unable in (ho provision limiting the hours lo ralso it. All the crew have of work for nil under 10 to H a day. perished. Owen H. I.ovojoy, general secretary Safety At Sea. of tho National Child Labor ComThe International Conference on mittee, asserts that stales which Safely at Sea concluded lis sessions have already adopted the 8 hour a at the Ilrilish Foreign ofllco on the day limit, huvo found it not only llHh Inst. They have planned for a benellciul to the children employed, treaty by tho various countries con- but positively advantageous to tho Incrncd in tho convention lo be put industries involved. pTn practice on the ttth of Decem Another provision Is the estab- ber. lishment of u 21 year age limit for Tho proposal of Hear Admiral night messengers, whoso inevitable Capps of tho U. S. Navy for making experience is a freipicnl summon- ships unsinkablo in great measure, ing to disorderly bouses. was ndopled. This plan divides a Goal mining is rated an a dangership Into lengthwise nnd crosswise occupation, especially for chil- watertight compartments; so that if ous dren, yet Kentucky llxcs the same either end is broken into, the vesago limit of fourtitMi for this work sel will still float. Also wireless as for ordinary kinds of employment. telegraphy equipment is compulsory Tho long list of roal mine fatalities for all ships carrying more than every year is sulUelonl argument for llfly passengers and cruising more a IG year age limit in mines. than 100 miles from shore. Important. Extreme Cold in Europe. wiMTER"!owika The dry condition of Mitt ol). in- iTljiivwoul cold ipyll.for Ufly years dicates that as much plowing a prevails in parts of Ktlropo. In possible should bo done wit h i it tho many places snow drifls arc eighteen noxt two or threeweeks in order feel deep. At Marseilles, France, to hold all the spring rains possible the temperature reached 17 below zero; the roads became impassable. in the loose soil. Mr, Montgomery will havo an ar- Numbers of people have perished ticle in his columns on this subject with the cold. At Madrid the dead body of a woman was found buried next week. in snow in the streets. Deligum FARM TALKS. is Antewerp Harbor is llerea has a government farm " frozen ip. In the department of F. S. Montgomery, port, Professor Ardennes Hie temperature fell bewho Kives valuable talks on pair.! low zero. Wild boars came out of .'I each week on tho best methods of the forests. Twenty-tw- o of these farming. In addition wo will have dangerous beasts spread terror in for the next few weeks talks by the streets of Cliiny. Many deaths other farm experts. The llrst one from freezing have occurred in appears in this issue. These and many other articles of value, with No Venezuelan Elections. nil tho Important news, nil the year The presidents of various Venez-ulen- u around, for only $I.K). Cenhave notified An English submarine d; Del-giu- m. Kentucky lags hehind neighboring stales in nllowing children under tn to work 10 hours a day, according to n statement issued hy tho National Child Labor Committee. A new child labor hill drafted by tho Kentucky Child Labor Association will bo introduced In tho present legis- WORLD NEWS CONTENTS THIS WEEK. PACE 1. Kdltnrinls, Money; Legisla- ture Invtrsllgntes. World News, Kxlreme cold hi Europe! U. S. News, (ioelhals lo govern Panama Canal. Ky. News, The Legislature. Alcohol and Morality, Prof. Smith. Horen's Winter Term. Three Steps in Advaiice. PAOE 2. The Man With One Tatenl. Something to Smile Al. Hear Visits City and is Captured. Temperance Notes. 3. Mountain Agriculture Prolllablo Work fur Winter, by Prof. Montgomery. Practical Talks on Farming. Ilroken Hock World Wonders Forms Face; Lace Copied from Spider Web. Sunday School Lesson, "Serving Jesus." slates the tra Government that because of the state war existing, it will be impossible lo hold the February elections in their respective slates. Tho 1 PAQE PAGE 4. Local News Mrs. Ilius-moro- 's death; Graded School Sure. PACE S. C. M. Clay and Jackson Co. -Politics. Memorial Service for Mrs. Dinsiuore. Whillakor's Place." continued. Short Slory, "The Gibson Hobbery." PAOE 7. A Corner for Women Mothers Civo Your Children Fruit. Children's Hour -- Verses From (Ireat Poets; A Slory, "The Enchanted Land." News For Young People Exorcise for Hoys; Illinois Youth was Plucky. PACE 6. "Cy PAGE 8. News from Eastern Ky. Madison County Items. A Poem, "I Will." Cincinnati Markets. Central Government lluds it impossible to restore peace under existing efforts to foment revolution. Time Up For Greece. The evacuation of Epirus should begin on (ho IHIb or January according lo the time limits llxed by the conference settling the terms between the Italkau stales and Turkey. II will probably occupy several weeks. American Teachers in Munich. The city authorities of Munich, Germany, have made arrangements with tho II. S. Hurenu of Education to receive not more than twenty-ll- e American teachers in Hie Schools of Munich. They are lo remain from April until July, and have special advantages for studying the .advanced methods by which Munich educates its citizens in the realm of indus trial training. Dr. Claxton, the I. S. Commissioner of Education, in commending die plan says, "It means Hie possibility of gelling at llrst baud llio experience of perhaps the 105.I notable industrial education system of Europe." Courses will be given in copper work, glass lithography, printing, panting, decorating, cabinet making and lino mechanics. The Bureau or Education at Washington will answer any inquiries from teachers who may be interested. Pres. Wilson Appeals For Japanese. President Wilson as the head of (he American lied Cross, lias Issued an appeal for funds lo aid the Jap anese sufferers by the earthquake (Coiitimu'd on rare Klvo.) Trade-Conliuuali- on g, gold-smithibook-binding, Fled From the Flood. The great dam on Stony Creek, of tho West Virginia Pulp and Paper (Jo. ot Dobbin, W. Va., broko early on tho nto ruing of Jan. 5(h, and a body of water 05 fect deep at tho breast of tho dam which was 1,075 feet long, hacked seven miles and having an average, width of two make-believ- e, miles was let go. Tho Stony Creek and upper Potomac valleys wcro A farmer rodo down tho flooded. valley tho day before, warning the people of the weakened condition of tho dam. Tho telegraph operator al Schcll sent warnings in all directions when ho heard tho noise of the rushing water. Thcso warnings emptied tho towns in the path of tho flood nnd saved great loss off life. 1,141 Miners Killed. 1,141 mine workers wero killed In and about mines of Pennsylvania during the past year. 055 wcro kill ed in tho anthracite and 520 in the 180,000 men bituminous region. work in tho anthracite and 185,000 in the bituminous Held. The coal production of Pennsylvania for the year is 2S8.000.000 tons exceeding tho record of 1913. Tim production of anthracite is esti mated at 90,000,000 tons and bituminous at 108,000,000 tons. Canada Advertises for Men. It was testified beforo tho Senate Lobby committee, that tho Canadi- -. The editor was once a boy. an government paid from $100,000 His father was a preacher, but was also a farmer. And lo $200,000 a year to tho Western the farmer and son had many pleasant visits when hoeing Newspaper Union for tho circula together in the cornfield. tion of matter purporting lo bo news articles, which misrepresented con"Sometime, my boy, you will begin to earn money , and have money of your own. You want to make up ditions in Canada and induced 300,-0Americans across tho border. your mind before hand how you are going to handle it. Reserve Bank Committee Make Tour. In the first place, remember that the money you earn is The reserve Bank Organization not to be used selfishly. You couldn't earn it if God had Committee is louring the, country not given you strength and chance. Of all the money and will hear arguments of tho big cities west of 11)0 Allegheny Mounyou ever earn, give a part lo Gob. Have some money tains, who are in tho light to secure that you will have, planned before it is ever earned to use Federal reserve banks. for the poor, for the church, orjto help some good thing Mutton Famine. so that you shall contribute your share to the progress J. K. Poole, of Iho Chicago Live of the Kingdom. , stock World, predicts a mutton fam ine within the- - nart flvp ycars.Th.o. next place! 'whenever' yon getHany west has been marketing ewe lambs money save a part of it. It will seem a big thing when and the future suppljr is sure to you earn a dollar, or perhaps two dollars a day, but you suffer. must rememler that you cannot work every day. And Secretary Lane of tho Interior Demore than that, when youfjet some money laid up, you partment informs Congress that tho can have the use of it in ways that will help you earn still government should conserve lands supposed to contain radium, tho new more. The very first-thin- g you need to do is to plan to remedy for cancer. get ahead." Cancer kills 100,000 persons every it seems good This seemed good advice then and year, 50,000 in tho United Stales advice now. We thought of it when we heard of a Al present every bit of radium young man, the son of poor parents, who had been helpin the bands of physicians in the ed to get a little education and dropped into a place United States works twenty-fohours a day at saving life, but stilt where he earned big money. It looks as though his father can only reach ono nut of a thouleshad never hoed corn with him, and given him kind sand. sons. For' instead of spending some of his money to Goethals to Govern Panama Zone. help his people and to pay his debts, and instead of layA plan for the permanent governing up some money so that he might get ahead, he is ment of tho Panama Canal Zone has been submitted to Pres. Wilson. It just spending that money as fast as he earns it. woud make Col. O. W. Goethals tho Every boy ought to make up his mind how he is goIIbI- - governor of tho zone and the if he ever has a chance to get some. ing to use his money retiring members of tho Canal Commission would lako charge of tho Tfce Question ceremonies for the opening of the canal in 1015. Col. Gorgas to Become Surgeon GenALCOHOL AND MORALITY eral. Pres. Wilson has selected Col. Prof. John P. Smith Wm. C. Gorgas of tho Panama Canal ment, the power lo scent the right. Commission for surgeon general of You must not suppose that everyone who drinks alcohol is a bad the ability lo make a nice decision the army. Col. Gorgas attracted man, nor must you suppose that regarding a moral question is all world wide attention for his sanithose who drink will always become impaired. It is like having an arm tation work in Cuba and later made bad. It would he unjust lo say that removed whilo under tho influence tho building of tho Panama Canal tho use of alcohol always ruins tho of a powerful anesthetic; tho keon a possibility by sanitating tho Isthmorals of tho drinker. It is just, edgo of tho surgeon's knife that mus. however, and it is important to say separates muscle and tendon and President Wilson Reads Message. In a conference with the Senate that the moral nature of tho man artery is never felt. It is liko beor the woman who continually uses ing asleep in a boat whilo drifting Committee, on Interstate Commerce of tho House alcohol is never so good as it would towards tho brink of Niagara. You and a be if no alcohol wero used. It is can not mako the patient believe Judiciary Committee, President Wilright from the scienlillo standpoint ho .is losing an arm, nor can you son read his message on Big Busito say that the use of alcohol tonds make the sleeper believe he is drift- ness, pointing out tho general Hues to weaken one's moral nature, tonds ing to certain death because his along which bo believes trust legisto mako the drinker revert from his senso of bearing and his ability lo lation should bo framed. present state of development to comprehond aro either asleep or Women's Grand Jury Not a Success. Tho llrst "women's grand jury," wards savagery. It may not drive dead. Wake up tho sleeper in either him very far in that direction, or case and ho will sea his condition. in California was not a great success again it may drive him lo tho point Hut herein lies the tragedy; tho in tho opinion of Judge G. II. Duck where ho will lose all his dove for sleeper cannot bo waked from tho of the Superior Court, who dischargwife and children lose his own anesthetic till tho effects of tho drug ed tho jury after receiving its reself respect, lose his senso of cour- have passed away. And it is often port. Kleven members of the, Jury tesy and obligation to his fellow Just as hard to convince tho drinker were women. Tho court criticized beings, lose practically all the moral that ho is being wrecked morally as it for lis unfavorable reports on sense that differentiates him from well as physically. Ho is drifting county oillcers, which ho told the a hog or some other unmoral ani- without realizing it; ho is degenerat Jurors wero based on inadcipiatn ing morally but heaven and earth knowledge and concerned trivial mal. Now the man who constantly could hardly convince him of it bo- -. matters. Anrfanlttiral Rill P.kai4. drinks would probably be tho last causo the delicate organism of his N The Agricultural extension bill, lo believe that a drinker is affected highly developed nervous system in this way. He cannot understand are so wrought upon by the deadly providing for Federal agricultural why anybody should say that he anesthesia of alcohol that the brain colleges, passed tho House 177 to I). Ho does not Is degenerating. cells, the marvelous vehicle of his The bill provides for an immediate it because tho poison has had mind, are thrown out of gear and appropriation of $180,000 of which such an effect on his dclicato moral ho cannot comprehend. After all $10,000 goes lo each state complynature as to render him iucapablo naluro is merciful oven when she is ing with the requirements of tho of realizing his true condition. .lust cruel. Whilo this active agent law. (Continued on 1'ijo Five.) (Continued on I'tro Fire.) here lies the great danger. Judg Kentucky Militia Rated High. In Hrlg. Gen. Mills' annual report, on the national militia Kentucky has a high standing--. Two Kentucky companies D, of" the second liir.mtry, at Whltcsbtirg' nnd L. of the third infantry, at Murray, aro graded as "excellent." 81 companies arc rated "very good." Kentucky stands ahead of her sister slates Indiana and Tennessee in the number of men in tho militia. New Mines Opened in Harlan. Contracts have been let for tho opening of four new mines in tho Harlan Held which will have an approximate production of 2,000 Ions a day. Tho daily output from that Held now Is 6,000 tons a day. Tho mines will mako a market for all Iho good things the Harlan farmers can raise. Eastern Normal Under Fire. The expenditures of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal Hoard of Ra gouts aro severely censured by Examiner Goodpaster and tho Board is to be summoned beforo tho probo committee to answer for thcso expenditures. Tho institution is $81,781.89 in debt withassets of $28,717.10. Wo nro confident lhat Supt. Crabbo will bo fully vindicated. Money Governor's Mansion Opened. Tho new residence ot tho Gover nor of Kentucky was opened for a reception Tuesday night. The building cost nearly $100,000 and is ono of the handsomest in the slate. Striker Found Guilty of Manslaugh- v 00 tfrAndiathft After deliberating for llvo and a half hours the Jury returned a ver dict of "guilty" against Thomas Kidwell, on trial for Uio murder of William Bell during llio strike last June. Bell was strike breaker and whilo working he was pushed off a telephone polo and killed. There wero two other accomplices, one of whom was recently killed In T;xas and the other ono has been dismissed. Kidwell is 'recuinunMidcd fur mercy, Saloon Keepers 9Ser Sap. Tho saloon keepers of Lexington aro attempting to ingratiate themselves witli Iho peoplo by forming a league to close snjoons on Sunday. Whilo llieir services are appreciated it Is believed that this action is only a sop lo appease popular opinion. ter, ur Teicher and the Temperance Prompt Payments For Teachers. Tho State School fund will bo distributed among the counties when it is duo this year for the llrst time-itwenty years. All the payments Ibis year havo been on lima and tho February payment will bo sent out immediately when it is due. Somo times this payment has been delayed until the following Juno. The Legislature. The llrst two weeks of tho Legislative session have passed without passing a singlo hill or receiving tho report or any committee on bills. Most of the time has been spent in passing resolutions and probing public institutions. Somo reports of the state inspector Goodpaster wcro found to bo mistakon and several censured institutions wero fully vindicated. Mr. Goodpaster, however, was sustained by the House and resolutions rellecting on his courage and competency wero voted down. Many petitions from all parts of tho State have been presented on various matters. Meanwhile much work is before the legislature and many important bills demand attention. Bills providing for further regulation of the liipior tralllc, tn prevent, mob violence and lynching, to hold another Constitutional Convention, to givo certain class cities tho right to commission government, to improve tho roads, (o promote agriculture, to improve the public school system, lo grant female suffrage, to regulate picture shows, to change child labor conditions, to prevent excessive charges hy public service corporations, to supervise insurance more closely, are some of tho more interesting matters to ho considered. The two amendments to tho constitution which this legislature was to legislate upon cannot bo settled because they have been sidetracked hy a technical objection. THINK OF POOR OLD DADI bo-lie- vo Madrid, Spain The wife of a bankto seven girls. All are alive and doing well, (hank youl Phy. slclani say tho case Is tho most extra, ordinary ono on record. er save birth Pnno Two. THE CITIZEN. Ininmry 22, I0M. The Citizen . BEAR VISITS A CITY AND IS CAPTURED Before Being Caught the Anima Finds and Devours a Box of Plums. Wallaco, Idaho. A bear, more hun gry than wise apparently, strolled Into Wallace at night and for an hour or two there was considerable cxclto- ment until tho animal was finally lassoed and tntdo a prisoner, llruln wns first noticed crossing the railroad GAT HOBO FRIEND TRAIN HITS A BUGGY; MAN ON COWCATCHER famlly'newtptptr far til that It right, true tnd Interfiling. rublUtjett every T:inrlIt netea, Ky CO. OF RAILROAD Arriving MEN BEJJEA PUBLISHING ' (lnrorinrnlrl) WM. C. FROST, EJitorJn-ChSRUTH McFALL. Office Editor DEAN StAGLE, Circulation Manager Beam Decides to Settle Down. Jim Phelps, Farmer, Lands on Engine Pilot and Travels Ten in California on Brako Miles to Next Stop. (Comliietr.l hy the National Woman's Chrtnllnn Temprance I'nlnn.) Subscription Ratos TAVAIILH IN AllVANCH hit Montht One Year . f 1.00 . . . fJ 35 Three Months this time word had been clrcu Bob Qlnter. Dob was puffing Indus- latod that llruln was Is town and OK MPMftKR triously on a fat, dark cigar, and bad searching parties were orgaplted. For cmccoeded in consuming about bait of It, causing the covering to curl up with tho heat. beam. "What in thunder are 70a smokUtile. Is known about Tom except ing!" asked Carmtchael. that ho appeared hero four months "A flno cigar," replied Qlnter. ago when a freight train pulled In sadly. "I "Ob," said Carmlchael from Santa Ann. Ho crawled out from thought it was an umbrella." PopuKKNTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION, the brake rods In true hobo style, lar Magazine. shook tho dust from bis furry coat No Whiskey Advertisements! and strolled Into the warehouse where Deep Dltgrac. ho has made his home ever since. No Immodest News Itemsl "I haven't seen Hcmmandhaw for Ctbooso crews tell of seeing him a week." at various points along the line dur I THE MAN WITH ONE TALENT. lug tho last two )ears, and it Is said Hint he camo originally from Denver, Tho roan marc slopped, panting "Was he seriously injuredr whero ho waa born In a box car of nervously after her plunge through "No, but he feels tho dlagTaoe deep- (ho Denver nnd Illo Qrande. the muddy slough at the roadside, ly-- " Charles Webster, employed at tho "Disgracor and the doctor hitched himself freight house, makes Tom his special 'Yet8; ft".,,T'n ,n fart of t.ho round on tho buggy-se- at for a word care, although all the other employes Willi the men. They were suhstan- there vie with 1)1 m for tho favor of the week and waa run over tial farmers of the neighborhood, by a m,,k wagon hobo cat. Hut Webster Is the only ! thriftily improving a slack timo by, one from whom Tom will accept food. Webster buys fleh from a fish bouso repairing the highway at tho town's Different. acrosl tho streot and keeps the cat "My gas meter la oat of whack." charge; and they turned bronzed,, supplied with plenty of food all the smiling faces toward the buggy and, "What's tho matter with Itr time. The cat scornfully refuses all "It Ilea. It doesn't register correct- iia nr.r.iinnnl. proffers of food from anyone else. "well have a boiler road tho next,"; Tom can Jump from the ground to througl, doc." said Hux- time you're the top of a box car. He demonstrates He Wtt Lassoed. lay Ames. That old culvert s been this rcmarkablo feat of agility sev UJW a nuisance for years it wasn't built "Then f Mu on the wrong side! more than an hour there waa no sight eral times a day, whenever the notion of the animal, although the town waa strlkte him to take the sun. He will right, and it let all the water settle Well send a man right out" scoured by the searching parties of fight a buzz saw, and no dog ever on the left side here." men and small boys, all anxious and made him run, according to the rail As Thing Are Going. '"We've got an expert on Iho conwilling for combat. road men. "Did you take an summer boarders crete work," Andrew Fowler put in, Finally the bear was sighted In the yearr Ills friends In the freight house with a wink at the doctor and a this "Tea," replied Farmer Corntossel. rear of the blacksmith shop at Fifth watch every outgoing train lest T010 nod toward a man who was bent and Pine streets. He was lassoed and some persuasion with a pick over the mixing-troug"Joe knows cM- - folk, ls oln. t0... wa;Ua. after b8 , . 1. 1 v .. -- 1 1 tir.. jone aa farm Bands one o tbese days handle was led to the rear of the .111 uuuiil iiiai, 11:11 )uu, nolo ... Metropolitan lodging house, where ho lifcen telling him he ought to take a an' we thought we'd kind o' get 'em was given quarters for the night. lilg contract somewhere, pick out acquainted with us an' mebbe hare During the excitement several per call on their services." first a good wife, and settle down." sons unknowingly walked Into the "A man ought to make use of furry quadruped and then there was HAD HI9 NUMBER. Mich talents as the Lord's given the usual scurry to give him plenty or room. liim," Joe Murch drawled, lifting a sweating, unshaven face. "That HE WAS TOO TIRED TO LIVE there'll bear a little more gravel, boys." Laziest Man In the Country Diet; Wtt 'The "boys" chuckled. The sound In Bed for Fifteen guffaws followed the doctor Years. to the first turn in the road. No doubt it was some fresh joke on 1 sLsasa Jerseyvllle, 111. After fifteen yean aaaam Joe Murch, the doctor mused, as he of complete rest, during which time aflKaaWLamJjaaaaaBKSaaaaaaaaaaaa ..BLaafleaaaaaP recalled the limp swing of the man's he refused to get out of bed on any long arms, and his pale, eyes, account, even to get his meals or be shaved, John Muncray, the most tired Joo had not an intellect of the first SBBBBBSM aBBBBBBBBBM farmer In Illinois, died at the count' order, and every one was inclined home here. Muncray was seventy io'make sport of him. years old. but since his retirement An hour later, in the poorest colfrom action of any sort at tho age of lage on Oak Hill, a faded woman met fifty-fivthe physicians attending him (hp doctor. could find no trace of physical dis"Ho was took bad a little after ability to explain his utter laziness. He died, apparently, because he was midnight," she said, as she quieted weary of breathing. her. sobs with an effort. "Of course laaaP Soon after his arrival at the county I knew what you told mc, but I "Did I ever tell you about that farm fifteen years ago Muncray was didn't think it'd come so soon. Mr. girl that was dead stuck set to work doing chores about the Murch down here's been awful good. on me Crawled Out From the Braks Root. barns of the Institution. He yawned before I married yout" Seems as if he happened in tho very "John, you're been drinking again." continually and groaned occasionally. become Imbued again with the old nights I couldn't keep an eyo open a The men who worked near him used wanderlust and "hit the road." to say that for his age be was about minute longer. I don't know what I Weak Heart The caboose crews aro especially as agile at ducking work as anyone eager to get It anyone leaves ma a should have done if ho hadn't; there him. and It ls said the Hundred thousand dollars. Vm they had ever encountered. wasn't anybody elso who was will-i- g Los Angeles men have a In hopes they'll kindly break U Finally, one blustery March day standing rewardrailroad for anyone who to take tho trouble. To me one plunk at a time. of $10 Muncray lay right down next to some will bring the famous railroad cat to "I heard him praying with John work he was doing and refused to get their town. The Barker Bluffed. twp or three times, after I'd laid "The barber never annoys you about up. Physicians were called and he down. John asked 'im to last night, tonic or sea foam." was put to ,bed, but examination showed that there was nothing the "DEATH-PROOF- " and ho was just as quiet as could be MAN UNHURT "Never." after that I couldn't help thinkin' "Never tries to sell you a shampoo matter with him. Ho, however, proof a baby goin' quietly lo sleep. I'm or a masage that you doat waat tested that he was 111 beyond words Emerges From a Crash With Ruffled and refused to get out of bed. He lay Hair Once Fell One Hundred suro I don't know when there's been What's your secretr and 8tvsnty Ftst "I've got htm on the denslve. Tm contentedly until summer, rolled over a prayer said in our house before." during the fall and lay flat on bis back As the roan mare jogged slowly trying to sell htm some life lnavr-- the following winter; ditto tbe next Kansas City, Mo. U E. Trout, down the stony hill, the doctor was four seasons and ditto the next four- known among his friends aa "the man thoughtful. Andrew Fowler might teen years. who can't be killed." the other day The Doctor Agreed. "lead in prayer" at the next midwas sorted out from a pile of wood "Repair work has cost me week meeting, but there had not than tbe original machine," stormed POLAR BEAR ATE ESKIMO BOY and scrap Iron that had constituted a motorcycle and a buggy and found been a prayer In that neglected tho physician. "Repair work does pay better," said Arctic Explorer Returns With a Grew. once more to have "narrowly escaped homo on Oak Hill for years until certain death." Trout was precipitatsome Story From the Far Joe Murch's illiterate sentences had the automobile man. "Ton find It ao ed among tbe scraps by a collision. North. borno John Folsom's dying wishes In your basinets; don't you, door He was found to have sustained a And tbe doctor finally admitted that to tho Father's listening ear. And His balr was he did. New York. Dillon Wallace, the skinned knucklo. in the belief that thoy did so, John Arctic explorer, tells of visiting an mussed up. Folsom had fallen asleep, liko a Five years ago Trout fell 170 feet Irreparable village called Nartartuk, Eskimo tired child in its mother's arms. "WeVo been robbed! where be found the natives astir over from tbe top of an office building Youth's Companion. the senior member of the West SMe a recent tragedy. An elderly man upon which he was working, crashed meat market. visiting the village with his sixteen-year-ol- through a skylight at the bottom of "Every cent la the son woke up one morning to tbe light court and landed on bis feet Shakstpeare's Name. find a big polar bear standing over on the smooth tiles of the groundIt has often been a puzzle to ato. gone. I npote," his floor. He was Jn a hospital a fewbody of bis son. "Ifa worse than that! A side of a the dents of Shakespeare why bis name It has been stolen 1" Tndsya, The Eskimos attacked the bear and days with bruises, abrasions and spelled In so many different ways. killed It When Its body was exam- sprains. Shakespeare himself Is said to have About a year ago Trout was somer The Decline ef Ute ined It was found to be much emasigned his name ou different occasions They say the host tat Is consider ciated. Its attack on the boy created saulted over a fence Into a cabbage "fihakspearo" and "SliEkespore." and ed a very brUUaat woman." great surprise, as no one could re- patch when his motorcycle collided learued disquisitions huvo been writ"BrtlBaatl I rtkould amy the waal member of a polar bear being driven, with a cat. At that time his left arm ten to prove which Is the proper spell- Why, ah were a white tilrer dress even by hunger, to kill a human was fractured. Tbe cat was killed. ing, None perhaps wits more amusing with a rt lassoed crown aad perfeetty being. Trout has advertised bis business rope of pearls." thou the "weather" reason given In by using as a delivery wsgon a 1831 by Albert Smith, who averred top buggy bitched to a moHits Mothsr Instead of Cow. Nataral Result that be bad found It In tbe llurlelan Clark Station, Ky. Mrs. Barbara torcycle. Ills latest mishap resulted "Have yen read thla artleU afctwet a Welter, wife of a farmer residing near when this contrivance ran Into tbe manuscript. It was as follows: Hgaterar 110 dyd Shakspeare spell ti a name? here, waa struck pn the head with a curbing at 25 miles an hour. Trout Te weathem mayd ye change, we saye, No." rock thrown at a cow by her young was arrested recently for driving his fio write It at ye pltaie; Thea da. TImm te ta tmtk am& son, and received Injuries that may motorcycle 50 miles an hour with bla When ye tonne ahone he niayde bye A; son on the handlebars. prove fatal. When watte h took liyt K'ea. Hy or lttpreaa Money Rend monry tiy Onler. Draft, Reiteml I.etlcr, or one and two cent atampa. The date after our nmne on label atiowa to what date your nulncaiption U paid. If It I not chanced within three weeW after renewal notlly ui. Mlulnr numben will he Rb.lly uilled If we are notified. Liberal term Riven to any who obtain new Ukcrtptlona for ua. Any one ending u four earlubcriptloncan tecelieTheClttien free one year. iorhfmlf forrate on application. Advertising fixl-offic- e One on Q Inter. walking downJeete Oarmlchaol town In How York with bis friend. tu tracks opposlto the baseball park Becoming frightened nt tho hoadllgh of an englno, ho crossed the river, crawled over the retaining wall passed through tho library park nnd walked through the Kelly flats, finally entering the woodshed of John Ma' honey, whero hq devoured a box of plums. Momence, III Jim Phelps, a farmer living five mllea from this city, knows somewhat of tho history of his country. Ho knows that way back yonder DENVER a fellow by tho namo of Paul Revere FROM HAILS had a bit of an exciting ride assembling tho recoptlon committee for the Train Crews Tell of Seeing Him at Ilrltlshcrs. And ho has heard say and Various Polntt Along the Line Dur- read that quite n spelt later an Irishing Two Yetrs Was Born In man, Phil Sheridan, had a ltttlo Jog of a few miles just to get Into a ruction. a Box Car. Yes, Farmer Jim knows about these Ban Diego, Cnl. Tom, hobo cat, box- events, but If either llovero or Shericar tourist, sensational high Jumper dan over had such a ride as he himself railroad hsd on Thnnksglvlng ovo he's willing and character, has made his headquarters to bet they were satisfied tho rest of at tho Santa Ko D street freight house for tho last four months. Ho ls to be bocii almost any timo. sometime sleep ing on a bale of cotton and sometimes outnlde on a favorlto box car brake well-know- " "'J'll . FACTOR IN ACCIDENTS. During the last few years a number of very startling accidents have been clearly traceable to mistakes of persons using liitoxlcsnts. In most casea thlt fact Is suppressed, since, If known, tho responsibility would center on some Individual and become the basis for dsmsgo suits. Dr. T. D. Crotbers of Hartford, Conn, who has insde a study of alcohol's connection with recent disasters, gives some of his findings In Investigating tho causes of railroad and steamship casualties, factory explosions, fires, automobile and the like. We quoto: "Laboratory studies and the assertions of the most competent ozperU testify to the fact that no appreciable dose of alcohol Is safe to the human body. To many men this seems a very extravagant claim and seemingly contradicted by ezperlenco, when apparent good work la done by persons who use spirits. Tbe laboratory shows that the action of spirits Is that of an anesthetic on the senses and In this way the Integrity of the brain Is Impaired and the evidences of tbe outer world through the senses aro deranged, lowered nnd leseened. The laboratory shows that reasoning undor these conditions ls very apt to be faulty. It lacks In rapidity and accuracy. Conclusions aro renchod on Insecure basis and Judgment of ovonts lacks clcurmws. Laboratory studies show a cell and motor derangement and toss of control, which may be slight at first, but later Increatod. The ordinary caution seemt to bo diminished and persons act recklessly, and both say and do things which later are proved to be faulty. Tbern la a species of egotUm which follows the anesthesia from spirits that ta very misleading and dangerous." WORKING OF WEBB LAW. Talking recently with a deputy sheriff In Portland, Maine, whose special duty It Is to look after Illegal liquor sellers and their accomplices, Mrs. Stevens, National W. C. T. U. president, asked him bow the Webb law was working. He quickly replied, "That Is the thing which has broken their hearts, and broken their backs." "We went," says Mrs. Stevens, "to the rooms In the county courthouse where the contraband liquor Is stored awaiting legal proceedings. It Is then either emptied Into tho sewer, or disposed of In somo other legal way. . ...... . IJ I 1 110 uvifuij rwuifj surprise new nuiu, n boen einrettod to see ao much lfnuor In Portland, but all thero Is In these three rooms would not be sufficient to stock one llconsed ssloon In Hoe-toNew York, or Cblcaio.' He fur tber said. 'Hut for tbe Webb law we could not have touched any of the stuff In the large room, and very little of what Is in tho other two rooms. " 1 There Was a Crash. their natural lives and that goea for Tam o' Shanter, too. Thanksgiving eve Phelps was jogging home from Momence. It was raining. Hut the curtains of the buggy kept out the rain, thcro was a plump turkey and all tho "flxlns" for a bountiful dinner stowed away under the scat, and the sorrel mare Hetty knew every road for miles around. So Jim let the mare chose her own way and gait he should worry. Hut hark! and llkewlso hist! As the buggy topped the grade of the Chica go & Eastern Illinois railroad tracks , the shriek of a locomotive camo ' through tho fog. Kfermcr Jim roused himself In a twinkling, snatched tho whip, and cut llctsy across tho flanks. Tho mare leaped forward, bringing tho buggy squarely on the tracks. There j was a crash and splinters of the buggy flew In every direction. Hctsy also flew, but apparently unharmed. Hut Farmer Jim what of hlml Well, when he camo out of a daze be found himself clinging to tho cowcatcher of the speeding locomotive. He yelled for help and clung on. Tho engineer couldn't bear him above tbe roar of the train. 80 Phelps rode ten miles to the next stop at Sollltt Then ; he tottered down. The station crew saw blm and called a physician Hut Jim had only a few bruises. RAT TIES UP SEVERAL TRAINS I h. 11 1 -- 1 r ox-li- ke e SaF77 swell-lookin- g Rodsnt Eats Off Insulation of Signal Wire Causing the Circuit to Ground. Del. Three Wilmington, exprcst trains and four fast freights on tbe Pennsylvania railroad wcro held up at Moore'a Station, between this city and Philadelphia, by a rat. Traffic on the system was most effectively blocked for 30 minutes by the rodent, which had eaten off the Insula tlon of a signal wire, causing It to ground and thereby put tbe entire signal system out of commission. Tbe engineer of an express train dis covered the trouble when the signal at Moore's Station gave him a clear track when he knew another train was but a short distance ahead of him. He stopped his train and then tho other signals at the placo started to act queerly. An employe from a near-btower waa notified, traced tbo wires to tho station, and, after tbe platform bad been torn up, discovered tbe dam aged wlro and evidence that the rat had gnawed away the Insulation for five Inches, He made repairs quickly, but In the meantime trains continued to arrive and had to stop till all was clear. four-trac- RISKS TAKEN BY MODERATE DRINKER. Two surgeons stood over a man who waa near death from taking an anaesthetic so near that both believed he would never pull through. They did heroic work to save him. and for some time It teemed their efforts would bo In vain. Life's current ebbed and flowed and sometimes seemed to ceaao entirely So tense were the moments that the sweat ttood on their foreheads. At last there wat a faint glimmer- - of hope, and when It waa teen that death for a time had been beaten, one of the doctors, a leader In his profession In this county, stood up and said: "The longer I practice medicine, the more clearly I see that the use of alcohol Is hurtful to the human body." The man bad not been a drunkard. He had been what Is called a "moderate drinker." Whisky had put htm In condition that made the anaesthetic a poison to htm. Exchange. ABOUT EFFICIENCY. Temperance work today ls very Ucal as compared with the sontlmea-ta- l exhortations of yesterdsy. In these days when "efficiency" Is so gen. eral a watchword In the world of business and labor, we are finding not so directly that a man Is a knave who drinks to excett, or even at all. at that he It a foot. A runner who ties a weight about bit leg It no greater 1 d ba-ee- half-eate- n d Sentancad to Walk 76 Milts. New York. Edward Leo and John boys who Nolan, seventeen-year-olran away from home, were arrested at Mlddletown, N. Y on a charge of Illegal train riding. Tbey were re leased on their promise to walk the CARNKQIE'S PRACTICE. 76 miles back to New York city. "Well, you know glasses are used both over and under the nose. I alStill In the Cams. ways use mine over." The speelal Huntington, Pa. Uncle John 8 se gvest at a Philadelphia banquet sosaa made good his assertion years ago, Andrew ver, eighty, Carnegie, touched that he was still a good hunter by ao wine the whole erentng. ,Naturally bringing In a large buck after a day's this aroused considerable curiosity tramp through the mountains. among those present and at length oae ventured to ask the famous millionaire Paints His Chlcksns. H he were an abstainer. Mr. Carnegie Chicago. After several of his prise repllod as quoted, showing ate white leghorn chickens hsd disap- action on this occasion waa that but Bsi Olaeon painted greets of Us peared, Martin constant practice of striet Um rings around the neeks of tboee re-d 1 dunce than the worklngman or the merchant who puts a dram of liquor Into his digestion or bla brain. It ta capable of proof by figures and diagrams that the drinker of even an occasional glatt of wins or beer or whltky Injuret the work of both his hands and his mind, while the habitual drinker sews up his mental and manual machinery permanently. This Is the gospel of the new temperance movement Almonte (Canada) Oa aette. pnnetpiea. 1 January 22, 1011 THE CITIZEN. Pago Thrco BROKEN ROCK FORMS A FACE MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank S. Montgomery, Instructor In Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. PROFITABLE WORK FOR WINTER. plowed deeper in winter than in spring. (You should go down eight or ten inches) Distributes labor. Mellows up soil. Kills insects, etc. Orchards young or old that havo been in sod n year or two should by all means bo plowed in winter and sown to cowpcas or rapo for tho lings to grow well on and at I he 8amo timo impruvo tho soil. You cannot expect an orchard to do its bcsl without feeding tho trees. Pruning. February nnd March is Uio best season for going into tho old orchard and pruning it out so it may pay you tho profit it should. Do not go at tho Job with an ax, for you will clfr.tll Inttlpn llin Ipnna flnl n p u w i vv u rrnnA urn ' J iigniw ii M.i'i saw nnd a pair of pruning shears and observe tho following flvo rules for apple trees: 1. Cut out all dead wood. 2. Cut out all water sprouts. 3. Saw off all limbs closo to the trco so they can heal over. . Don't destroy fruit spurs (tho liltle, crooked, knurly, twigs that bear apples year after year.) 5. Open up Uio top by cutting out all limbs that cross and nib each other, so that tho sunlight and air can get through (ho tree. Peach trees should bo thinned out a great deal and tho ends of most limbs left on should bo cut back about a third of last year's growth. Work In Timber. As far as possible every farmer should plan ahead how many fenco posts, how much lumber nnd how much wood ho will need until tho middle of next winter, and get all that wood cut and corded up to dry out, and all'olhor timber needed on tho farm should be in readiness for next season. (Don't destroy good growing timber for a few cross ties.) If all (his work is out of (he way by spring you have (ho wholo summer (o properly plant, cultivate, and harvest good crops of corn, cowpcas, rye, oats, sorghum, clover, soy lieans, potatoes, peanuts, melons, etc. Also to spray the orchard, thin (he apples, peaches, and grapes, and have a good timo generally. Care of Stock. Don't neglect your live stock for anything; for it is through them you should get your profits for last ear's crop, flead again my article in, The Citizen of .Jan. 8th, and uso your best Judgment in carrying out all I tune suggestions even to saving all the manuru nnd scattering it very thinly over the field you havo just plowed, or else keeping it in the dry until you can haul it. PRACTICAL TALKS BY GOVERNMENT Ono of tho occrcls of success on tho farm la to keep overyono prollt-abl- y employed ttio year round. As increases it becomes population mnrn nnri more necessary to culti vate loss land and do it belter so that live acres will produce as much as ten or fifteen now do. This Increased production will of course require moro work, and wiso planning will cnablo most farmers to keep profitably employed at homo all tho year round so it will not bo necessary for many to bo off to public work in slack limes at home, for there should bo no slack limes. Hero are several jobs that will keep most of us busy until tho 20th of March when oat and clover seeding should begin: Ditching. Plants do not thrivo with wet feet any better than do animals, and if the ground bo full of water nearly to tlio surface at planting timo tho roots will slop growing downward when they come to the water, and in most subsoils they will not go much deeper all summer even after tho water has gono down. Consequently tho crop docs not pay for tho labor put upon it. Many limes, ono or two crops after ditching will pay all expenses of putting in tho drainage and the land will be in good condition so far as drainage is concerned for a lifetime. Winter is the timo to do ditching for then you have running water to help you get tho proper fall all tho Tlinri Inn Din i' FARM EXPERTS No. I. County Roads New Game Laws Tick Eradication. le flnft and digs easily and (ho weather is cool. Always plow out a good furrow with tho team, then tako a plow and dig up the bottom of that furrow two or three times, and your ditch will bo nearly half dug by horso power. Put In cement or burnt clay tilo if you can possibly alTord it. If you cannot do this make a box drain boards mado in of thrco six-intho form of a trough. Turn these troughs bottom sldo up In tho ditch after nailing elects four or five feet apart across tho open sido of tho trough. Use inexpensive beech boards and this ditch will last for bull-tongue ch years. Winter Plowing. that can possibly bo dona in winter should bo finished tip beforo tho rush of spring work All plowing comes on. There are a dozen good reasons for winter plowing, very important among which arc: Easo with which the work can be done. It can be Archer's Oracle In Japan IhBBBHewMIVIelVenRBIrjBBVT B HPLf bTwsTsYsaobs ""lABHKil 79s3iXeaB?BiOH hflVsMWlsiaKsT During a great storm several years go four or five largo boulders broke and fell away from a rocky promontory at Farwell point on Governor's island In Lake Mendota, Wisconsin. Later It waa noticed that the remaining rock of the promontory was In tho (Official News Summary of Up to Date shape of a remarkably expressive face. Matters Compiled by the United Tbe nose la sharply pointed, tho lips States Department of Agriculture.) aro thin and compressed, thero la an aggressive, eharply pointed beard, and to a bulletin Just tho ontlro expression Is that of stern ACCORDING Uio office of public timated that the cattle raisers arc los- aaoetlciem. Aa the rock la of granite, the United Suites of agriculture, coun- ing about $3,000,001' annually through it la probable that the profile may endure for many generation It not centy roads pared with v I trifled brisk are devastations caused by the tick. Other southern states nre being bene- turies. Had this singularly striking becoming popular in many states, und work of the rock face been fashioned by nature a owing to the general satlsfacUon which fited as the result of tho couple of centuries or eo ago when 0 department, and up to dato about the roods so paved are giving when miles of territory bare been freed Lake Mendota and the region about properly constructed it Is probable that from the tick. According to tbe off- was inhabited by Indians, there would the use of brick in road building will icials of the department, tick eradica- be today a dozen aboriginal legends continue to Increase rapidly. tion Is of such vltnl Importance to the and tradlUons of the "Great Stone adrantages which southern states that there should be Spirit," the "Guardian of the Lake," Tho principal roads constructed of vitrified brick no letup until tlio complete destruc- etc. A It .la, tbe curiosity merely attion of the tick Is accomplished. When tracts the amused attenUon of visitors. possess are: They are durable under heavy traffic this has been done tlio south will bare BRITISH MLUMBIAFORESTS taken n long stride toward tho successconditions. ful development of Its cattlo Industry. They afford easy traction and a good The forests In Ilrltlsh Columbia are Reports to the department from its foothold for horses. agents In Tennessee, where tbe cattle a part of tbe few great bodies of commercial timber not yet materially reThey ore easily maintained and kept Uck eradication tins been successfully clean. conducted, show that In Ilrndlcy coun- duced by destructive lumbermen, and, They present a very pleasing ap- ty, where the tick has been complete- with the exception of Siberia, Brazil, ly eradicated, tbe price of cattlo has and tbe Northwestern United State, pears nee. more than doubled, that the interest In the timber wealth of Ilrltlsh ColumOn the other band, the principal disgreat uplift to bia Is unparalleled In any other counadvantage Is the high first cost Tho live stock tins been amore pure bred try, alnce It contains not leas than tho people and that defects which frequently result from cattle has been brought In than ever 100,000,000 acres of forest land. At lack of uniformity In tho quality of before. tbe present rate of cutting, making , It annual tbe brick or from poor construction It Is stated that tbe Increased valua- no allowance for 2C0 year growth. up to use aro usually to bo traced to an effort to tion of the bides at cattlo that have would take nearly reduce the first cost or to a popular been freed of ticks will almost pay merely the mature timber now standfeeling that local material should be thrco times the entire cost of tick erad- ing; the annual growth of tho forest ication. Tbe largo percentage of the In even now, though they are not yet used even when of Inferior quality. adequately protected against fire and Proper engineering supervision Is chrome leather produced Is finished waste, not less than Ave times the emphasized by the department In the with tbe grain on. Consequently all present There is, annual cutting. construction of roads. Many commu- Imperfections on the grained side, such however, need for a prudent policy of past liavc expanded large as is caused by the tick, are very pro- forest realization and protection. Innities loathe A few" yearn ago, when sums In efforts to Improve public roads nounced. cluding the formation of forest rewithout Drst having obtained tho serv- practically all tbe upper leather was serves In such areas aa are unsulted mado from bark tanned stock, all of ices of some one competent to plan for agricultural use. and direct the work. The results hare tho leather was buffed, or, in other usually been very unsatisfactory. One words, tbe top was grained to enable COPIED FROM SPIDER WEB of tho mistakes most commonly practiced Is the constructing of some expensive type of pavement on a road where the locality Is faulty or the grades nre Impracticable. Even In constructing good earth roads It Is doubtful economy to dispense with the services of a competent engineer., nnd If any considerable quantity of work Is to be done such services should certaluly Imj secured. Since brick pavements are probably moro expensive to construct than any other typo of pavement at present used on county roads it Is very important that .their construction should be carefully planned and well executed. Cattle Raising. Reports to thv United States department of agriculture show that cattle raisers In Mississippi during tbe last year received a net Increase of over $2,000,000 In the value of their cattle as the result of the war tho department has been making, thrwch the bureau of animal Industry. oiT.hc cat' tie tick. However, there ore u number of counties In the state that nre still In quarantine, nnd as a result It Is es200.-00- r a hadze conspicuously exposed, bearing th numlr of his hunting license. In order to minimize shooting accident Manitoba requires hunter to war a white coat or sweater and cap, and Saskatchewan Insists that thoso who bunt big gamo must wear n complrto outer ttult and cap of white. The lattor province has recently made tho penalty for accidentally shooting a person a fine rnnglug from $.VW to 1,000 or Imprisonment for six months and suspension of further license privileges for ten years. Connecticut lias provided that any hunter who shall Injure a fence or let down a bar without replacing It hall f 01 felt bis hinting license and the license privilege for two years. Connecticut. Pennsylvania nnd British Columbia require license applicants under sixteen years of ago to furnish tho written consent of parent or guardian. Vermont has a similar restriction for those under fifteen, nnd Oregon does- not penult children under fourteen years old to hunt except on the premises of their parents, relatives wear MfMONAL ShNMSQIOOL ! Lesson (Py K. O. BKLl.KTtH. Director of Evening nrn.irimrni, me Moody nibie institute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR JANUARY 8ERVINQ JE8U8. 25 SMO. 1:1-I.ndSON TKXT-Lu- ke :S72; i. a ye did OOI.DEN It unto one of these my brethren, even the least, ye did It unto me." Matt. . IO:3S-4TKXT-"Inssmuch SBtfEB&Ji9 or guardians. The first section of our lesson text has no connection with the other two.. It la taken from a time several months previous to the time of tho Perean ministry and was undoubtedly chosen aa an Indication of the company who traveled with Jesus and his disciples,, and who provided for his needs. Wo. must remember that Jesus was not) supported by a board, a church, nor by somo phllantbroplcally Inclined fellow clUzen. It Is to the second two sec-- " tlons therefore that we devote our. chief attention. Different Classes. I. Thoso who would follow Jesus, 9:57-62- . Read carefully Matt 8:1922. Thrco different classes are here represented: (1) Tho Impulsive follower (v. C7, 58). This is the man who Is. moved by a sudden desire to accompany this marvelous Teacher, but like, tho man in the parable, does not to build his house. This thought Is. emphasized when we read (Matt 8:19). that this man was a acrlbe, one who. would not be expected to make such, a resolve. He must have been deeply stirred by what he had seen and heard In the life of Jesus. Such a well, but it is soon revealed to him that he did not realize what, was Involved In his promise (v. 58).. Jesus showed the man that to go "whithersoever" with him means to resolve-promised same-treatmen- and count the cost ere he starts share bis experiences, his fare, his t quarters, and 'to receive the he received, 2 Tim. 3:12. It Is a mistake to tell folk that the road. of righteousness is a primrose path.. The road of disobedience Is a rough-one- , as the man who went to Jericho-round- , still the road of righteousness Is a narrow one, Matt. 7:13, 14. Every .follower of Jesus must be willing what he took, and to receive, what he received, John 16:20; .1 Pet. e 2:21. BL LVW7 LBflHHLKRHH Eiiw This sentence (v. 58) has done-morto give us a comprehension ot the earthly surroundings ot our Lord' than any other In tbe gospels, 2 Cor. 8:9. (2)' The procrastinating follower (v. 59), Jesus did not forbid the first man, he simply showed htm what wa Involved. This man, however, Jesus, invited to a place as disciple learner.' That he was willing to accept Is evident only he was not yet quite ready, "I will, but." It is not at all probable that this man's father was awaiting burial; had his father but just died, and awaiting burial, Jesus would not have prevented. Rather he was indicating a father about to die and that he would follow after bis father's-death- . Hence tbe sharp words ot the- ' Master, "Let the dead bury the dead." A proper duty, a sacred duty, but not so proper nor so sacred as to have pre-- r cedence over the claims ot Jesus, MatU - G:33; 10:37. i Popcorn New Farming Industry. The department of agriculture has announced an Interesting Investigation on the value of Hipcoru as a breakfast food and states that $1.&0 worth of raw material cun bo mado to produce $30 worth of popcorn on a piece of land forty feet long by twenty feet wide. 1 The department recommends popcorn J as a valuable breakfast food superior im rB to many of tho market varieties. A quantity con be grown protitnbly. and when there Is a surplus not wanted for homo consumption It can bo dispos& bi h ed of to merchants or to consumers direct at n good profit. Dlffor-Miwuys in which popcorn can t bo prepared as n food aro suggested by tho department, some of which are: Two teacupfuls of white sugar, half a cupful of com sirup, two ounces of ibocolato and n cupful of water. Put these Ingredients Into a kettle nnd took them until the sirup hardens when put In cold water. Pour over four quarts of crisp, freshly (rapped In torn of the Japanese villages the people In the dreee of old Japan ehoot corn and stir well to Insure tho uniarrows by turns and foresee their own fortunes for the ensuing year In the form coating of the kernels. results of the shooting. On that day the villager and Inhabitants of the neighboring districts assemble In force to witness the contests. The picture Game Laws For 1913. shows on the left an interrogator of hie fat taking careful aim at the bull's-Tho department of agriculture, whll three other archers In knesllng posture await similar Inquiry Into through the bureau of biological surtheir future. Archery la a very popular form of amusement among the rey, has Issued the fourteenth annual luminary of the guine laws of tho United States nnd Canada, Out of Her Head. Prepared For a Longer Campaign. Tho bulletin contains, among other Tho class wait studying the division You itccm to Bhu (of the mitmrliNi or dcclumlH. Tlio toucher hud taught feel It very keenly tuiit I have refused things, n brief synopsis of the new tame laws enacted In each state and Unit when tliey had u you. tier pupil province and a series of tables show. sum In division It Is sometimes nee -ae n matter Ing (of the lie the provisions relating to seasons, oesnry to add cipher oti tlio right of filet. I Just cut ii season ticket out txport sale, limits and licenses. Tbe of the decimal point to carry tlio proc- here. Kllegende Walter. central objects of tho bulletin are to ess out fur enough. Tlio little girl at present In convenient form tbe restricthe board wished to divide "0 ljr G.O, On More Turn. tions on hunting which affect tho enand alio did not know bow to proceed. A I'michiuun, Mug troubled with regsays to put some noth- the gout, was usked what difference forcement of the federal statutesgamo "The teacher ulating Interstate commerce In ings ufter the 'M." npuko up ono of there was between Unit mid rheiium ind Uio protection of migratory birds tbe class. Usui. md ti' show the trend and general "Where does the teacher get tlio "One very great difference." replied of legislation from year to year. nothing?" fluked the Kit at the board. "HiipiHwe you tako one monsieur. Some novel laws enacted by the leg"Out of her head." eoku up the In- j Use, put your linger In, you turn the islatures are found In the bulletin, formant, with no thought of the hid- , screw (III you eiin hear him no longer. imoug them Mug that Ohio and den meaning of the words. Indianziit U rheuiiiutlNiii. Den a'poso ,vou Pennsylvania now require a licensee to apolis News. give him one turn more, .at Ih gout." PP. SBHBJSnBHSjBH &ys KJMjt r 4!ji sSBnirlia9 A CHAMPION STEER. bh!!!! n great many Imperfections from tho clnss of stock Infested by tbe tick. Tanners then could buy cheap bides that wero covered with imperfections nnd make fairly good leather. The situation today is different the public Is demanding good shoes from leather. Hides that have been Infested with ticks aro graded as No. 4, while 'the same hides If freed from tick marks would grade No. 2. The difference In the price of these two grades of hides is 3 cents per pound. Tbe average hides of Tennessee steers weigh about forty-twpounds. Therefore tho effect of freeing the cuttle In Tennessee of tick alone would Increase the valuation of each bide $1 or more. the tanner to eliminate emu The women of the republic of Paraguay, South America, are famed for their skill In lace making. Tbe design of the handkerchief here Illustrated Is adapted from the web spun In the trees by certain spiders of that coun- try. A y tnwiii-Wcll.- con-lltio- n 1 Her Eyes Upon Him. well known writer was present recently ut a dress rehearsal of n comedy played by amateurs. Tho rehearsal went well, but the hero, It., seemed rather bard niiTI cold. The novelist next to n charming womsat In n an of middle live. Sho said nt tho end Sugared Popcorn. of the third net. "It goes beautifully, Make n sirup by boiling together two doesn't ItV "Iteaiitlfully " said Hie gentleman, teacupfuls of granulated sugar and a tencupful of water. Poll until the "Hut II doesn't make love to that sirup strings from the spoon or hard- pretty u'lrl In as indent a manner ns I ens when dropped into cold water. could wish Ills loveinaklng. In fact, Pour over six quarts of freshly popped strikes mo iik tamo nnd spiritless." The woman frowned. "He won't put corn Jind stir well. any more spirit In it while I've got my eye on him, let mo tell you." she said Popcorn Balls. York Mull. "I'm Mrs. 1."-N- ew One pint of sirup, one pint of sugar, two tublespoonfuls of butter and u Two Strings. teaspoouful of vinegar. Cook till tbe Ho frowned In perplexity on bearing sirup hardens when dropped Into cold once more that she was not ut home. water, llemovo to back of store and "I wonder, Jimmy," he nld bitterly. add half u teasswnfiil of soda dis"If jour sister realizes that I have solved In u tublespooiifiil of hot water her to three tnxl rides und and then pour tbe hot sirup over four treated (his month?" quarts of freshly popped com, stirring four concerts she realizes It." said the "You bet till each kernel Is well coated, when II boy. grinning. "That's why she's ran be molded Into balls or Into uuj small keeping her engagement to .loo Johndesired form. son a sis'ret." Pittsburgh I'ross. o ready to serve our Master. From t. B we know that not every home was; open to receive Jesus as was this one in Ilethany, John 11:1. Though this) was Martha's home (10:38), and therefore she felt the burden ot hospitality. yet she did not hear the word as did! her sister Mary, Mark 4:19. Marthaj was occupied with duty . and Mary with Jesus. Martha was occupied with many things, Mary was occupied with the "ono thing needful." The result-wathat Martha wan "diatracted" (11. V.). while Mary was at rest. Jesusj wants his disciples, his followers, to alt at his feet and to learn ot him. He knows all about duty's dull demand, but tbe one thing needful is, first ofi, all, to learn ot him. Martha's lovo prompted tho service, but thore was doubtless much pride that accompanied It. Jesus, as wo have seen, was not cumbered with much comfort, and It Is doubtful that he was desirous of a big dinner. Jesus docs, however, commend communion with himself as. being, "that good part." Afterwards, when death invaded that circle, it was. Martha that bad tho most inUmato-dealinwith our Lord, boo John, chapter 11, hence we conclude that sho learned on this day tho lesson Jesus sought to teach, viz., that In the lit of quiet communion (lea, 30:15) wa shall receive that strength that is absolutely essential, it we aro to serve, Wo must not allow him acceptably. tho dally, legltlmato demands of duty to Interfero with a life of full, free, fel-- i lowsbip with the Master. Summary It has never been recorded that Jesus ever complained of tbe hardships ot life, yet he had hlv Intimates who were glad to minister to. his needs. Tbe call to companionship with Christ, tho call, "follow me," Is: tbe most stupendous program yet pre- sented to man. Tbe perfect disciple,, as well aa tbe Ideal woman, Is tbeonot who Is a blend ot tho divergent char-- , acters of Martha and Mary. It Is at' the feet of Jesus we are to receive that equipment which ts necessary for effective service. "Making excuses takes nuch time that bad better be put into .mik'iiR good.'" g II. Those who did follow Jesus. . We now turn to consider4 this little company who were even 10:38-42- Ever Ready to Serve. I s Pago Four. THE CITIZEN. UNION CHURCH NEWS. January COLLIIE ITEMS 15, MM. ooaooaoooottoottoeel LOCAL PAGE NEWS 2 OF BRRKA AND VldMTY, OF - GATHERED FROM A ' VARIETY SOURCES DR. BEST, DENTIST PIIONK 188 Oficc over Berea Bank & Trust Oo OITT DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life, INSURANCE Will kadi, awl Lhre Stock lifn your bond. Mkmm 505 Richnonri, Ky r i vole of thanks for the splendid sun-ce- ss one between the Foundation and that attended their efforts. The Vocational Schools. The game was p. m a close one, the score being tables were most attractive. a. m. in favor of Hie Vocational team. a. m In the second game, however, the Next Sunday there will be Vocational went down in defeat be- - i of members. p. m. for the second Academy, the score MRS. DINSMORE. community for every member of the a. m. 1. being BIUd Cattl. a. m, Swiss rovvMI have lieeu IntroducMrs. .Margaret Campbell Dinsmore, family. Dr. Crotliers, who was for Exercise in various forms is at ed Into the Himalayas as protection lending more attention than ever wire or Prof. J. W. Dinsmore, or years pastor or the (Ireenllehl Express Train village, was also for rattle ncnhist tigers. No. 33 will stop to take on passen Kent, Ohio, died on January llth, church, a near-b- y an intimate friend of the family, beyond, gers for Knoxville and points afler a short illness. South Bound Mrs. Dinsmore .was horn in Mason. and spoke In a very impressive man8:00 a. m. Cincinnati Olii ar Cincinnati, in May 20. ner. A host of warm friends and 11:55 a. m. BEREA IHM. In Hum Profes-o- r and Mrs. acipialnlances lilted the church. A No. 32 will stop at Berea to take Dinsmore came to Herea, and Prof. Dinsmore Society of South Salem, on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and Dinsmore was Dean of the Normal whirh was organized several year points beyond. Department, until his connection ago, is .still nourishing, and the members or this Society attended North Bound with Kent Normal School in HH3. BEREA 4:45 p. m. Prof. Marsh attended tin- - funeral the service in a body. Prof. Dinsmore appreciated very Cincinnati 8:50 p. m. of Mrs. Dinsmore, which was held at South Salem, Ohio, ami through much the llowers and words of him we learn Hie details of Mrs. sympathy which he received from Mr. Frank Wheeler of Knoxville, the Herea friends, and he was great- NEWS FROM DR. COWLEY. a former student of Berea, was in Diumorc's jtickness and death. Word comes from Dr. Cowley, ''"'bed when he heard of tho On Friday, January 0th, Mrs. Dins-j'-- v Herea, Friday of last week. who is now at HOI Monterey Road, more was taken ill with a slight at- -! "'"orial service which was iichi Mr. Earl Phillips of Wildie was 1'nrnh House. tack of indigestion and lagrippe.l 1,1 visiting friends in Herea (he latter Ninth I'asadena, Cam., I lint lie is having n flno vacation spending all Prof. Dinsmore did not consider her part of last week. ECHOES FROM KANSAS CITT. of his timo in bed, and has quite III !l SJ.ri'lklltt nildll il iiill lfl. I ll'hd 11 Mr. Hen H. Gahhard, travelling t the Kansas City forgotten how to work. He can re no wise alarmed. She remained salesman, who lias heen in Berea port no progress l"ll"U'l...l....l t ...uv .,i.ion nave in his condition as about the same until the following r""" "1 '"..o..-.-for a few days, left Monday for a yet, hut hopes to he able to write Wednesday. January I tilt. I'p to ! t';','n M'reml.t.g abroad thru the few weeks' trip in Tennessee and churches of the tow ii and in other an encouraging letter in the near Ibis t im.. frii.n.u hn.l ...ii.nI North Carolina. future. Herea friends look forward visited Willi tier, nnd she had con- ways Hie great message which they Mr. Thomas l.ogsdon of Paint eagerly to hearing news of improve versed with them in her usual received at Hie gathering. A week Kick was in town on business last ment in Dr. Cowley's health. bright and cheerful manner. About ago last Sunday the full delegation Saturday. Kav.. evidence of tho noon she Ml asleep and Prof. Dins-!- "f !"' FIRE ALARM SIGNALS. Mr. Edwin Taliim, an employe, of mote, who had been with her dur power (hat had moved (hem in their Citizens will wish to become fa thu L. & N. Railroad, is relieving Mr, ing the morning, thought she would report to I lie United chapel audiKghert Davis here for a few days. miliar with the fire code given beget a good rest, nnd planned to ence composed or students and citiMiss Mary Tatum left Sunday for low, and we suggest that it be cut meet his class in tho afternoon. At zens. Their report has opened the eyes Indianapolis, where she will visit out and placed where it may easily few minutes after olie had gone to sleep, her heavy breathing attract- or many or us who did not realize for several weeks with Mr. and Mrs ho referred to. The code as here printed gives tho district and ac- ed Prof. Diiismoro's attention; lie rully what Hod is doing in the world Chas. Clift, formerly of Berea. com:juying collego bell signal. saw that there had bivu a sudden today. Thru the addresses of such Miss Bertha Kingvleft Saturday Main College Campus, 2; two lap ind serious change. A physician doViVled men as Wm. Jennings Hry- Miss King has for Newhern, Term. Industrial or College Ham, .1; was called, who arrived in it few iii, John R. Moll, Robert K. Speer, accepted a position to teach in tho minutes. He said at once thai Mrs. Samuel M. .weiuer ami many other Newhern High School of which Mr. three laps. this winter. THE BEREA GRADED SCHOOL prophets every delegate at Hie conProspect or Boone, ; four laps Dinsmore M. K. Vaughn is principal. SURE. The llrst game between the Col and that had a stroke of paralysis. vention was lifted into greater visLadies' Hall or President's House, there was nothing he could Mr. Bert Coddington, who has heen Last Saturday the citizens of Be- - lege and Academy is to be played do. lb' five laps. physician. ions of the possibility and opportuncalled II for some few weeks, left Monday rea showed themselves not merely Monday, the 1.15th, anil Captains however, who in another his state ity or bringing Hit; world to Christ. Town, West, G taps. continued for Shelbyvillo, Ind., where he will willing to talk for. but to pay for a Douglas and Hembree are working Our delegates have brought back Town, East, 7; seven taps. ment. .Mrs. Dinsmore remained unreceive treatment. graded school when they carried .their men up in splendid shape One short ring means lire out. conscious until Iter death at live to their neighbors Hi., visions nnd Miss Bettie Azbill, who went over The regular gymnasium work tin twenty-livHie Bond Issue vote by 213 to 30, inspiration which they received. e in the afternoon. to Richmond last Saturday to see Out of the 2t'J votes cast H0 were dor Bowman is going forward in FOR SALE. On Friday afternoon the body was The other delegations from all over lier nephew, Mr. Azbill, who was One hundred acres of Blue Grass those of men, and 100 of women. line style and more of our students taken to the home of her childhood the United Slates ami Canada are thrown from an auto and injured, land; 12 acres bottom, rest rolling; While a slightly larger per cent of will know how to stand and walk at South Salem, Ohio, where her spreading the same message to their relumed Tuesday to Berea. lots of timber; posts enough to women voted for the measure than and breathe, and more will "per- - rather had been pastor or a vigor neighbors ami there are manifest Mr. J. W. Coyle, who came down fence two farms; watered by did men, the men of the town wore spire' than usual we are sure signs that Hie watchword of tho ous country church for twenty-liv- e College Girls Receive. from his homo at Hamilton, Ohio, springs, ponds and creek. House for the measure more than 5 to 1. years. Her father and mother, older Volunteer Movement, "The Evangelast Saturday to attend the funeral insured for 61,000. Good liarn; good The trustees are very busy now, Monday night the young men and lization or the World in this gen.services of It. L. Ilichardson, return orchard; sugar orchard. Will grow ind ground will he broken for the faculty of the College Department sister, and her own little baby girl, eration" will he fitllllled. ill rest in tho cemetery at South cd Monday of this week. as good crops as $100 land. Will building early in the spring if no were most delightfully entertained Watch Hie glass covered bulletin Mrs. J. A. Henge was called to sell 12 head of cattle, K horses, CO unforseen difficulty presents itself. by the College girls at Ladies' Hall Salem. Prof. Huggart, who had been a in lite corridor or Lincoln Hall for Oermanlown, O., Tuesday on ac bbls. of corn, 3 or A tons of hay, After a half hour's reception in tin; Many people adjacent to the pres echoes from the convention. count of tho illness of her mother 1,000 hinds of oats, shock fodder, if ent boundary may desire to come West Parlor, the guests were taken teacher in the Academy at Soul It Salem, and who now has charge of TOR SALE. thru the girls' rooms and saw how Little Harold Matheny is just re- wanted; or farm alone. Investigate. into the district since nn the same church or which Mr. t2 acres Blue grass farm for covering from an attack of pneu- It will interest you. Located in building and high class school is as Hie "oilier half lived." The rooms Campbell was pastor, conducted the I monia. . Madison County close to school and sured. Suuh persons should see a were all most charmingly arranged services. He had been at South sale, mile from Kingston, (l miles from Herea. house, nil Pictures, pennants, Mr. J, W. VanWinkle of Illinois churches, i miles from Urassfleld, 2 member of the school board at and decorated. Salem during Mr. Campbell's pastor- - necessary 70 bearing has come to Berea to occupy his miles from Dreyfus, Ky. If desired once, for this is the best and easiest rugs, cushions and fiirniulre were do, and spoke very sympatheti fruit trees; place well watered. For father's old home on Richmond would trade for town property. time for outsiders to he admitted. all arranged in the most tasteful, cally and highly or his work, ex- further information and comfortable manner. A. C. D. L. Street. J. E. Pittrnan, Dreyfus, Ky. pressing (ho esteem or the entire Riddel!, Kingston, Ky. write J. Refreshments had heen served in Mr. dhd Mrs. Eli Cornelison are the West Parlor, hut many of the COMING EVENTS. moving Into Ed Scrivner's house on OBITUARY. rooms offered sweetmeats, one of Center St. Mr. II. L. Richardson was born SUNDAY, Feb. 1st, Collego Chapel, taking the pains to add cpii-uiMrs. Oscar Hayes underwent an August , IK77, in Estill County, Ken them Gospel Meetings begin. to (he mnrshmallows, no doubt operation at tho Collego Hospital a' sou of Dr. E. D. tucky and was last week for appendicitis and is riltmSDAY, Feb. 12, Lincoln's Birth Iticliardson. Ho was a student in as a precaution against malaria. day; address in Collego Chapel very pleasant The doing very nicely. taught in for all occasion was Berea Collego in 1800-0- 7, by Dr. Guns;mlus. Even at a High Price; but we are Selling concerned and will always The Misses Nettie and Emma Oldthu public schools in Estill County he remembered as one of tho red ham were visiting in town last GOOD SHOES AT A LOW PRICE for sometime, after which he came Delind With Thanks. week. Speaking of burglars, ttiero I a story to Herea and was a prominent and letter days of lilt I. Mr. W. D. l.ogsdon of Panola was of a man who prepared to meet possi RARE MUSICAL TREAT. successful merchant several years. visiting his daughter, Mrs. James ble burglr.ru by purchasing a small re At (he time of his death Mr. RichIt was the good fortune of some Coyle, last week. volver. It vvjih a nice little nrTalr. with ardson wits employed by the Virginia-- of Keren's music lovers to attend the Mrs. C. I. Ogg, who has heen so "For Burglars" neatly pngraved on the Carolina Chemical Co., of Cin- piano recital given by Fannie sick at the hospital, was taken to butt, nnd lie was very proud of It. tiut cinnati, Ohio. Bloomllcld-Xeislc- r, in the Normal one evening he forgot to take It upher home last week. Mr. Richardson is survived by two Chapel at Richmond, Friday evenstair to bed with hlui ns usual. Mrs. II. C. Woolfo returned last ..... ...I-- .. U'lii l. vnuic .! III iiuminiimn I.. IUL' small boys, live brothers, and live ing, January 10th. Mrs. Xeisler is i.f week after an extended visit with morning he found th house deslied sisters. in Hie front rank of modern virtu relatives in Carter county. of all valuables nnd n noto lying be- He was a member of the Union osi, and her splendid genius Is now Ide the revolver: "Thanks, but I alchurch in Herea, and left good evid recognized everywhere. ways carry my own! The Burglar." ence that ho wits prepared to meet Her technique was marvelous, but Philadelphia Ledger. his Savior. The funeral service was I one almost forgot that in tho won-hein Berea on Wednesday, Jan- - derful interpretation of every lumi Laborious. The better positions that a man nary tltli, conducted by Dr. Rob her. It was not necessary that one Come and let us show you the valves be a musician to understand music boasts be could hare had If he waul- erts and Rev. Howard Hudson we are offering 0 Jt and its message that night. As she ed them never seem to materialize 8ucca. when tho aforesaid man Is out of a Job played the Erl-kiby Schubert, WALK-OVE- R. SHOES for Mm Success hi most things depends on tho child's cries and wants work. New Orleans of "Mejn Vater, knowing how long It takes to succeed. KRIFPENDORP-DITTMANN for meiu Vater" could bo so plainly ' Montesquieu. deep-voicreplies heard; then the BUSTER BROWN for ChikJrw of the fattier; and at the last when The sooner you investigate the advantages the child "war tot," a strange hush of wearing Our Shoes the better it will be was over the whole audience. Sho took her listeners from the Dvorak for you and us J( i "IIumoresiue" to the Chopin "Fui neral March" and made them real; each number told its own story, anil oiks heard and understood. "?Jfe Cash Store" MAIN STREET, Bank Richmond is to bo congratulated BEREA, on having secured Mrs. Zoisler for KENTUCKY its lyceuiu course. 15-- 13 21-1- L. & N, TIME TABLE North Bound, Local Knoxville 7:00 a. m 10:56 1:07 p. m. 3:52 BEREA 6:30 p. m. 7:45 Cincinnati South Bound, Local 6:30 a. m. 8:16 Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 BEREA Knoxville 7:00 p. m. 6:60 Mr. James Wager, who was op ended on u( the hispllnl last week for nppontlicll ts, is recovering ijuilo rapidly. Mr. Fslmcr Hudson, who has charge of an agricultural export tnont station a( Sacnton, Ariz., vis ilod friends in Herea last week. The Citizen has just received n Idler from Mr. Joe K. Adams, of Houlder, Colo., whose childhood lioiiio was in Korea. Mr. Adams sends greetings to old friends, and is always glad to hear from any who may care to write. Ho adds Hint the latch-strin- g is out to Herea friends who may chance, to visit beautiful Moulder Miss Whllhoiisu of I.eliaiion, who attended (he funeral of Mr. II. I.. Richardson, relumed home Sunday aflor spending a few days with Mr. I. It. Iticliardson. Judge (I. 1). Holliday made u Imsi nest trip to Hazard the llrsl of the. week. Mr. Jno. It. Richardson of llamil Ion, Ohio, has heen spending several days with his uncle, Mr. J. II. Rich ardsou, and family. Mr. Jack Wood visited in Herea I'uesday and Wednesday of this week. Judge T. J. Coyle of Jackson Conn ly is in Herea this week. Mr. John W. Welch spent several flays in Asheville, N. (!., recently, church without hesitation announ- Department, has been visiting for ced it Hie best annual meeting in several days in Heren. (he history of the church. Basket Ball. The commit Ice in charge of Hie dinner, of which Mrs. Heorge Dick The basket hall season opened was chairman, received a hearty Monday nflernoou with two games, The annual dinner of the Union church was nl tended by n company that tilled I lie Parish House In Its utmost capacity. II was nn occns sion (hat resulted in deepened fellowship and social life. The annu al business mooting which followed, held Hie attention of the company until half past eight. The reports were of unusual interest, nnd wcro received with close ntlentlon. The election resulted in the choice of Mr. Spink as deacon, Mrs. Todd as deaconess, Prof. Dodge ns trustee, and Mr. Dick as Sunday School me annual rom- Mipertnioniioni. mlltees will be appointed this week. Some of the oldest members of the Professor Snillh delivered nn address before tho student body of Stale University on Tuesday tinder Hie nusplces of the Y. M. C. A., on the subject of the Country Church. The Rev. Dr. Howard M. Jones, former Professor of History In He tea College, is now rustiraling on is, Smoky Hill Farms, Auhurndale, and wishes to lie remembered to his many Herea friends. Mrs. Jones is making useful campaigns for belle living among I lit farmers, speaking all through Kansas, Missouri and Miss llepsa Mayllehl, a graduate of last year from the Home Science - " t Flab this winter. f t STOVES Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves. Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, "'' 1 '''''los r -2 ne Good Shoes are Cheap -- .- ld The lLacktt ed hi Woam Store i see CLARKSTON l Hardware and Groceries N.r HAYES C& GOTT Jnnunry 22, IIMI. CASSIUS TJIK CITIZEN. M. CLAT AND JACKSON COUNTY POLITICS Oeo. Candee. ry Mr. Clay wns a persistent man hut not n radical abolitionist. Ho xvas nn abolitionist ns anli-slnve- I'ngo Five. 'jefeiml can touch our lixes with an ninseen spirit hand, and you to whom she gave so much of her life may FATHER OF PSYCHOLOGY. be sure that her rich mother-lov- o in ils natural Thtory of Dr. David Hartley, tho Fawhich was thwarted channel of outlet will follow you llirouh'houl our lixes." mil Mrs. Itobeilson Mrs. Calf liiucheil upon Mrs. I XnsinoroV activities in the work of the Woman's Club movement in Herea, of which she was the founder, and of her connection with the Stale Federation, emphasizing her more than ordinary ability and interest in (ho work of the club for the betterment and enrichment of women. Two of the Normal slui'iils, Miss Matilda Kusler and Mr.Tliomas Frye, expressed hi a few winds the loxu of the Normal students for Mrs. Diusmoro. Miss Kusler dwell upon her readiness to give help and to c.xcry girl in the ilepartmcut. and her motherly spirit which watched oxer and guarded Ihem. In behalf of the boys Mr. I 'rye spoke of the great influence which she had exerted upon the lixes of so many Normal boys. "Her inllucuro," he said, "w ill ho felt not uiily hy the students xvho came in cnulart Willi her, but w ill lie passed on and on lo hosts of mountain boys and girls." Miss Curxvin also took part in the ervirv and an appreciation of Mrs. Diiwnore's life xtill bo printed in next xveek's issue of The Citizen. Mrs. Dinsinore's death is a great grief to the whole school and town and many people in other departments feel that the loo have lost a friend. Muring her long resilience in Korea site made a host of ncqtiaiutnn-ce- s thruoul the whole of Eastern Kentucky and by her xvork xvith the Extension Department she carried tlio message of llereu to many homes. by-he- r MRS. DINSMORE'S MEMORIAL ORIGIN OF A NOTED PHRASE. SERVICE. "I'd Novor Allow the Constitution to A mornnrlnl service to Mr. Pins-moCom litwnn Frlondf." t xvns liy tin Nortnnl Department in the Parish House Frl- -i In one session of Uie leglslnluro tbo represcnta-tire- s lay morning, .tnntiary loth. A Nexr York city Deniocrntlc ramps, and were split Into two qiuirlel oniiKt Mrs. Dinsmnro's there were two rivals for leadership. hymn, "Lead Kinilly Light," One of these was a tliurutiglily good unit tlio l)iaiilirnl Neoleh song, licnrtcil. icrson who "Flow (lenity Sweet Aflon." High was nfterward for sercrnl years In tributes wnro miil lo Mm. Dim-mu- m congress. He tin (1 been a local Hingis-tmt- o nnil wns called judge. He wns by those who took purl. always willing to rote for any other "Hail wo gathered line a year ago member's bill himself, and he regardn Normal Department said ed It as nnrrow minded for nny one to Prof. I.oxvis, "oih wboin xve liail oppose one of his bills, especially If the Iciiriiril to call "I'lii1 Mother of the opposition wns upon the ground that It Department' would have been wltli was unconstitutional. he to ih. Today wo are gathered to pay On one ocrnslon with had a bill Impromoney obvious a tribute of bonor anil love to her priety for tliu relief of some miscreant as ono wbo has gone on before us whom he styled "ono of the honest lo a Hold of fuller lire." yeomanry of the stnte." When I ex"Knrh ouo hero who know tin plained to him that It wns clearly unsweet spirit of Mrs. Dinsmore and constitutional he answircd, "Me friend, don't touch little her own, iinrullleil lifo while among the constitution us, will lio liflril by her di'parturo tli I tics like that." and then niMiil. with an Ingrntlntlm: smile, "Anyhow, I'd lo a higher plane of llxing." never allow tlio to come "When she left us last spring, between friends." constitution slit; assured us that her spirit would At tlio time I wns looking over the ho with us in our Joys, our sorrows, proofs of Mr, Ilrycc's "American and I told him the IncThat promise and our struggles. can ho better tilled noxv limn over ident lie put It Into the first edition before, as she is freed from (lit of the "Commonwealth." Whether It Is entanglement of physical things In the Inst edition or not I cannot say. Prom "Theodore Itooserelt An rn In-liite Inipiiy-gO'liick- to his own personal pracllco and was in favor of progressive abolition. He stood solid xvith the of his day nnd xvns n poxverftil chninpioii of their cause, lie stood for the emancipation of nil enslaved people nnd, of course, xvns opposed to the Southern Deniocrnt lc. policy of pushing slaves and slavery Into free territory, and to Northern Democratic Squatter Sovereignty; that is, leaving the sctllc-me- nl of that question to settlers in the noxv territories. Ho xvas ready lo light for the maintenance of frcc- - cal friends; Ihcn the more conservative Ilppublirans; then IhoKnoxv-nolhing- s. This program xvns made when these fellows thought thai Kentucky had gone out of the Union with its Southern friends. It wns a great scheme coullscntion. Hut tills divulged program tended ultimately, and Immediately to consolidate the great mass of the Jackson people against secession and for the Union. From nnolhcr session of the Knights, immediately nfler tlio tiring on Fori Sumplcr, txvo disguised men were sept out to pell tho xvin-dohi iuds of the A. M. A. School hotiso xvhere Miss Prnlt xvas then leaching nnd xvhere txvo young men and n hoy, students, xvero lodging on guard. xv mous English Philosopher. The first attempt to explain psychological phenomenon on physiological principles wns innilo by Dr. Dnrld Ilnrtley, the Kngllsh philosopher, xvho was born In the year 170.'. In his great work, "Obserrntlons on Man Ills Frame. Ills Duty and Ills Hxpccta- lions," published In 174 'J after patient Investigation covering sixteen years, bo elaborated his epochal theory. Hy tlio development of tils hiw of asso ciation and cutrlly by the law of trans fen-nebe accounted for nil the phe nomena of the mental constitution. According to him, the whlto mediiltnry substance of the brain, spinal marrow and the nerves proceeding from them, Is the Immediate Instrument of sensn Uon and motion. When a sensation has been frequently experienced It nc quires a tendency to reent Itself spon taneously. Ideas are but these reetltIoiis or relics of sensation nutl In their turn remit other Ideas. Thus the slcht of nn apple recalls nn Idea of Its tnte. and this recalls other associated Ideas. In this way Hurtle? nmnints for all bu man emotion. .Milwaukee Sentluel. e JBssBssBssLisBisBisBisBislr&il Bright Boy. globe. "I don t know, ma'am." xvns tlio reply. "Well, now." pursued the teacher. "If I were to bore a bole through the earth nnd you were to go In at this end. where would you come out?" "Out of the hole.- - replied the pupil, with nn nlr of triumph.-Ne- w York Globe. Her Test of Bravery. She I would never marry a wbo Is a coward, lie About bravo would he nave to be to your approval? SheWell. he'd to have courage enough lo Itoston Transcript. man how meet have Ilolillns up u kIuuv before a bright little boy In school tbo teacher asked what country Is opposite to ns on the Difforonco. What 1m the dlfTeicine tietween a )ewpler and n Jailer? One sells watches, and the other xvntches rells. A Slight xor John may nave bad his faults, but his heart wns on tlio right side. WngKs-- ls It possible? No wonder he died Jack Yes. No Wonder. For Sale! ' i. Sixty acre Blue Grass farm near Kingston, Ky., house, a bargain at $3,000. Terms to suit good nt purchaser. acre farm 2 miles north of Berea, really worth $100 per acre. A snap at $2,000. Your own terms. 3. The best farm in Madison county at the price. acres 5 miles south of Richmond. Good buildings, 176 all kinds. We are almost ashamed to print the price, $62.50 per acre. 4. One brand new dwelling house, large basement, 6 rooms all plastered, 4 grates, cabinet mantels, hardwood floors. Large lot, good barn, on Boone St., Berea. Price $1700. Terms to suit purchaser. 5. One large two story concrete block store house in best business part of Berea. Now rented and paying legal interest on $3000. Can be bought for $2000 Terms very liberal. Remember, the above is only a few of the many bargains we have to offer. Yours for a square deal, 2. Thirty-tw- o Bicknell & Harris Dealers in Real Estate 1ELUDA KENTUCKY CASSIUS M. CLAY Heing out doors I heard the rack dom on every inch of free soil, which xvns the contention of all Re- el and xvent immediately down to publicans. Their early party name investigate nnd if possible lo ren xvas "Free.soil." While a radical der any assistance to the boys. It Republican, he parted with John xvas a bright moonlight night. could see no one at the front of fl. Fee nnd other radical abolitionists xvho championed immediate the building, so I xvent down a back abolition. He did not stand by the xvay to the village lo reconnoitre. All was quiet on tho streets. Com Hereans at the lime they mobbed out of the state hut did ing tinck on the front strcel I met some damaging characterizing of the txvo fellows xvho had their Brother Fee for which I criticized coats turned wrong side out and him in a private letter. He replied, their hats slouched doxvn over their in defense of his course, that a xviso faces. I knoxv them. One of them general xvould retreat when retreat did not knoxv me. When wo met xvas necessary as xvell as advance greeted them xvith usual Kentucky, when it is to his advantage to do so. "hoxx'dy." The one xvho did not He xvas a little fearful of the knoxv mo asked, "What mout your Jackson county radicals. But when name be?" I told him "Candee." the election campaign xvas on the I had seen him shift some bright radicals and conservatix'cs of Jack- instrument from his right hand to son united and called Clay to come the left next to his companion up nnd give us a Republican speech. evidently to conceal it from me, not I xvas appointed committee to sepd knowing xvho I xvas. When I gave him the invitation; which service him my name I heard no response I performed as giacefully aslcou'.d, hut saxv suspicious movements inviting him to be my guest, also. which set mc on' a double quick Ho replied, referring to our form- away from them. In a minute I er letter controversy; if you are for heard the report of the revolver xvar I am for xvar; if for peace, I and the dropping of stones at my am for peace. I will gladly go up heels which I had outrun. I xvent to the school house and His appointment and help you." xvas llioroly "norated" In all that called the boys out, for their proWe tection and for consultation. hill country. greeted llrsl xvent to my bouse and informed A great mass of people him. I doubt if a single man in the. women folks of what had hap Jackson county xvho xvas able to be pened. I xxas out door when I first there xxas absent. The xvoods xvero heard the stoning of the school full of saddled horses and the meet- house and did not return into tho ing grounds xvero covered xvith peo- house until after my encounter xvith the marauders. Then the young ple. He gave us one of his characpoxverftil speeches. After men and I xvent out and stood guard teristic the speech the banquet (at our on the hillside opposite the school house) of corn bread and bacon; house for several hours. We con hot com dodgers; a big pone of cluded that nothing more would be likely to be doing by tho enemy corn bread raised corn bread donated by Mrs. Hob Nichols; siring that night. When xve got back to my homo beans, brought in by near neighbors; a scant supply of blackberry we found Mrs. Candee, Miss Pratt pie (a great rarity, even in that and the two babies closiled in the blackberry country) which xvife chamber of our log house. Wife had made; and coffee. That all xvas armed xvith a carving fork. Miss might have a tnsto of the pie il xvas Prnll had no weapon of defence, but depended upon Mrs. Candee to pro cut in mere mouthfulls. tect her. Noxv nil this report about banIn a fexv days I xvas xxaited upon quet food stuff comes from my xvife's hy the Deputy Sheriff and warned memory box. My memory is too by him to leave tho Stale or be killshort to retain such items about ed. Those fellows as xvell as all tho eating. I do remember some things, rest of us, then supposed Kentuoky I remember that ( perhoxvever. xxas in tho secession. We, xvife, sonally invited some scores ol Miss Pratt, myself and tho babies friends and strangers to como up took warning and fled for tho and cat dinner "xvith tho general;" north. accepted tlio that about seventy-liv- e Our removal xvas tho carrying out invitation; that when ul the first of number ouo item of the proMr. Clay took in the situation gram table of the Knights of tho Golden and cried out "Candee do you feed Circle above mentioned. It was u the whole, constituency of Jackson good deal more than that. It xvas the County?" I ansxvered, "I hax'o u effective summons to tho whole few friends, Mr. Clay." I counted forces of Jackson County, all xvho xvould eat salt xvith mo as most of whom had been threatened my friends. I could not believe ouo xvith liko treatment, lo combine and of them would injuro a lair of my exorcise the little gang of sccesh head. Knights. Well tho results of this meeting In six xvecks time after xvo hid xvero most gratifying. lefl tho state tables were turned. When the election came on Micro The. big secesh mogul, Judgo li, xvero four tickets in the Held; Brock- xvas driven into tho wood near enridge, Southern Democrat; Bell his country 'homo where his xvife F.verit, know nothing; Lincoln, He- - carried his food to him for several publican; and Douglas, Northern days. Three men told me (after the squatter sovereignty. xvar) that they watched for him nt Democrat, Hreukfnridgo led, Hell nnd Event his homo day and night for several followed. Lincoln had nearly u days to shoot him as they xvould third of tho Jackson County vote. xvatch for a xvolf at his burroxx. Douglas less than twenty votes. When the call xvas made for After the election xvar signs xvero Union soldiers, more men enlisted ominous. Knights of the Golden in Jackson County than xvero sube. ject to draft. And at Lincoln's last Circle organized and operated in From a secret session a spy election ho got every voto in Jackreported their program. II xvas lo son save less than ouo dozen. This first remove Candee; then his radi- - xvas probably tho banner majority e anti-secessi- on Fau-InisMe-Ke- vole of any county In Iho Union. I il has on the much more highly do- - $ am proud of my Kentucky homo veloped nnturo of a human being county. will bo doubly disastrous? In Its subtle nnd deadly xvork il altacks llrsl of all those cells that havo most THE TEACHER AND THE TEMPER to do with lifting tho man above tho ANCE QUESTION. beast. Those cells that differentiate (Continued from Ftge One.) man from tho snail, the monkey and Hie hog and mnko of him a distinct known to the chemist ns Cll'OII is ly rational and morally responsible quietly tearing out tho moral fibers being tho only such in all creation of tho man il is at tlio same lime adare the very llrsl to he blighted by ministering nn anesthetic that alcohol. The most fragrant and deadens xvhile il (enrs,. most beautiful flowers in our climato The average dog when xvell train do not bloom at noon timo becauso ed may become one of man's most the sun's rays destroy Just llioso faithful friends. Many incidents arc qualities thai make them most desiron record xvhere dogs have saved able. The cereus, the lily, tho human life. The SI. Bernard will have learned to bloom In hunt for travelers lost in the snow; the night time or at evening when the mastiff will guard n baby in the sun's rays will no longer desthe Held; the shepherd will light for troy llielr beauty and perfume. his master as xvell as for the sheep: F.vcn floxvers, you sec, havo learned many other breeds will stand guard to avoid the influences thai blight at the ham, tho gate or doorstep and nnd destroy their liner natures. no barm can come to the master or Many men have not yet learned to his property till the faithful guard he xvise like the floxvers. is vanquished. Hut take the genIt is xvell knoxvn that tho first tlest, the most (aithful dog you can lime many young men aro exposed Mud, mix alcohol xvith his food and to the dangers of immoral lifo is drink, feed him witli gentlemanly xvhen they are under tho influence drinks used hy much polite society of drink. II is also true that thouand you will make a ilend of him. sands of girls lake their first lesson Instead of guarding your horse, ho in the ways of the under world will slink nxxay; instead of protect- while under tho Influence of alcoing the baby he will tear Its flesh; hol. Tho explanation is simple eninstead of returning your caress ho ough. Tho alcohol inflames their will snap your hand; xvhen you offer natures as xvell as their throats, to piny xvith him he will fly at your arouses all that is animal in them, throat. A bell or a whistle drives nt the samo time deadening their him into a tagc of howling; insom- sense of propriety and moral right. nia drives him from his kennel Given a pair of young bloods with nnd sends him howling plaintively their animal natures aroused with about the premises. He grows afraid some drug, their moral natures of noises and manifests symptoms by the same baneful inmuch like those of delirium tremens fluence, nnd tho path they choose in a human being. He avoids tho xvill very likely bo tho ono that food poisoned xvith alcohol if ho leads straight to the devil. II has can detect il because his own in- been true in tens of thousands of stinct leaches him to beware of it. cases, is true in thousands of coses When he does his own choosing he today, and xvill continue to bo true xvill take none of your choice xvhis- - as long as a human being has not kics or your light wines. Strange the sense of tho dog or cat or the that a dog has sense enough to let fioxver that causes them to steer alcohol alone, but a man has not. clear of the thing that blights and Sad commentary this on a man's destroys their finer qualities. superiority over a brulel You must remember then that' When a kitten is fed xvith food alcohol tends to destroy the best into which alcohol is poured il un- that is in us courtesy, love of dergoes changes much like those friends, chastity, purity of life, sense affecting tho dog. In its natural of obligation, ether higher qualities condition tho kitten is playful, op because it attacks the higher preciative of attention, loving. It nerve centers first of all and turns purrs, washes its coat, keeps its back the tide of evolution, causing body clean, behaves sin a decent the man to revert towards the savmanner. But when lUihas choice age in mind, in morals, and in all wines xvith ils food for a consider- the finer qualities that entitle him able time il forgets its manners and to be the king of created beings. resents all efforts at friendliness in the household. It grows ugly' when WORLD NEWS. it is petted and becofnes a little sav(Continued from rare One.) age liko its remote ancestors. The kitten, like the dog, has sense en disaster, which brought hundreds ough to let alcohol alone. Its mas- of thousands face to face xvith exTelegrams of sympathy , ter is not nlxxays so xvise. I believe. treme hoxxexer, that it is generally con have been sent to Jnpan, with inceded that a human being is about structions to the Japanese Red the only animal in existence that Cross Society to draxv upon the does not knoxv enough to' let alco- Navy for 2,500 yen contributed by holic drinks alone. Perhaps there the U. S. Navy in recognition of xvill como a time, xvhen ex'en man courtesies shoxvn the fleet xxhen visiting Japan. The Japanese xvar-shi- ps xvill grow as xvise as the other anihave taken charge of tho mals over xvhom he is lord and master. situation in the disturbed islands,, Noxv if alcohol xvill cause the dog and are bringing aboul a scmb.anco or the cat to revert lo the savage of order, they are aiding the hy distributing fuel and supstage of his remote ancestors, can you not readily see that tho effect plies to Hie needy. no par-alyiz- cd . .. The Berea National Bank No. 8435 Report of the condition of THE BEREA NATIONAL BANK, at. Berea in the State of Kentucky, at the close of business, Jan. 13, 1014. RESOURCES $139,108.51 Loans and Discounts 2,771,33 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. 25,000.00 U. S. Bonds to secure Circulation 0,500.00 Banking House, Furniture, and Fixtures 3,000.00 Other Real Estate owned 34,307.18 Due from approved Reserve Agents 170.14 Checks and other Cash Items 2,725.00 Notes of other National Banks 210.03 Fractional Paper Currency, Nickles and Cents LAwruL Monet Resebve in Bank viz: 7,021.00 Specie Legal-tende- r notes 3,049.00 10,070.00 1,250.00 of circulation) . . Redemption fund xvith U. S. Treasurer (5 Total LIABILITIES Undivided Profits, less Expenses and Taxes paid National Bank Notes outstanding Individual deposits subject to check Certified checks . . 226,142.00 25,000.00 25,000 00 732 00 25,000.00 14U,oDU.4U Capital stock paid in Surplus fund 550.00 226,142.09 ) Total above-named j J. L. Oay, Cashier. Correct Attest: John W. Welob, J.J. Branaman, D. N. Welch, Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of January, 1U14. J. M. Early, Notary Public My commission expires Jan. 7, 1015. State of Kentucky, County of Madison, u: bank, do solemnly swear I, J. L. Oay, Cashier of the that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. PIIHA AND HIDE3 L mm mm MM fAAV " 'mr HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES WmI on CtaalMlon. Wilt lor pric Hit mtiiUoolag this U. JOHN WHITE & CO. uuisvillcky. I PngO Six. shoulders and endeavored to lift hi from his scat. Tor tho lovo of goodness. Whit," groaned Joslah desperately, "stand up nnd answer hltul If you don't we'll founder sure." The captain smiled grimly and shook bis bead. Ho had not taken his eyes from the face of the great Atkins since the latter begun speaking. "What." bo replied, "after that 'put iitunder' sockdolager? Man alive, do you wuut me to add Sabbath break-In- ' to my other crimes?" Tho vote by ballot followed almost Immediately. It was pitiful to see the erstwhile Wlilttukcr majority melt away. Alonzo Snow was triumphantly elected. But a handful voted agnlnst blm. Captain Cy. returning from the town meeting to the Wlilttaker place, felt lonesome. War was nlteady declared, aud the reasons for It mattered little. The first skirmish might occur at auy moment The situation was desperate. The captain squared his shoulders, thrust' forward his chin and walked briskly up the path to tbe door of the dining room. It was nearly 1 o'clock, but llos'u bad not yet gone. "Hello, shipmate." he hailed. "Not headed for school yet? Good. I cal'latc you ncedu t go this afternoon. I'm thlnktn' of hlrln' a team and drlvln' to Ostable. and I didn't know but you'd like to go with me. Think yuu could without that teacher woman bavin' you brought up aft for mutiny?" Bos'n thought It over. "Yes. sir," she said. "I guess so. If you wrote me au excuse. I'd love to go, Uncle Cy." The captain removed bis coat and hat and pulled a chair forward to tbe table. "Hello!" he exclaimed. "What's this -t- he mall?" Itos'n smiled delightedly. "Yes, sir." she replied.' "I knew you was at the meeting, and so I brought It from the office Ain't you glad?" Sure! Yes. Indeed! Much obliged." He smothered a groan and picked up tbe mall. Hum," be mused "the Breeze, a circular and one letter. Hello! It isn't possible that Well, well!" The letter was in a long envelope. ITe hastily tore It open. At the inclo- eure he glanced In evident excitement Then his smile returned. Bos'n." be said after a moment's reflection. "I guess you and me won't have to go to Ostable after all." No ticing the child's look of disappointment, be added: "But you needn't go to school. Maybe you'd better not You and rne'll take a tramp alongshore. What do you say?" Oh. yes. TJncle Cy! I.et's-sh- all we?" Why. I don't see why not We'll cruise In company as long as we can. hey. little girl? The squall's likely to strike afore night" be muttered, half aloud. "We'll enjoy tbe One weather 111 THE CITIZEN. Pen-bod- y January 22, 1014. Cy Whittaker's Place By JOSEPH C. LINCOLN Copyright. 1908. by D. Appleton 6 Co. Cn-:itn- Every one In Drport venerates and fear Atkins except Cy. Atklna orposes ths selection ot Mill rhoebe Dane Cy champions rhoebe Dawra against Atklna, and she la elected teacner. cy housekeeper. cures Mrs. ueaaley as Ileasley. Emily Mrs. Cy discharge Richards Thorns i, seed eight, arrive at TSb dlr Heman Atklna want to Cy Whlttaker"a place. Cy unexpeet returns to hi boyhood home. SYNOPSIS. Uachr. ie en ornhnn and haa come to IIVS lth htm, although h did not Invlt her do so. to Cy Is furious, but he grows fond of her guiu erp iibi. no iiinuiti and aho learna to love hint. "Hiss Thoebe Dawes anll'Captaln Cy save Emily from an ugly cow. Ths captain admires ths teacher. Captain Cy. to help rhoebe, decides to ran as a candidate tor memDersnip on the school committee. Captain Cy ln1lea congressman Atkins to Emily's birthday party, and in law aaaker decides to accept. Congressman Atkins gets a severe shock when he learns the last name and Identity f the girl Emily. A mysterious stranger arrives at Cy Whlttaker'ajilacx. The stranger attacks TMUs rhoebe, ana Captain Cy rescues her after a scena of considerable violence. A tempestuous town meeting occurs. Congressman Atkins makes the mysteri ous stranger his friend. The latter turns ut to be a drunkard, one Thomas, who la the father of little Kmlly. Captain Cy la defeated for school commissioner. A fight occurs oetween captain Cy and Thomas. Legal troubles arise over Cap tain cy's guardianship of Emily. Miss Phoebe visits the Widow Bessley. roosbe investigates some matters per talnlng to the past. 1 CX?s Bloc It's a qufcer thing to come up at town moctln', but it's up. Iludu't we better adjourn until next week?" He sat down. The meeting was demoralized. Some were shouting for adjournment, others to veto It out A straw would turn the scale, and the straw was forthcoming. While Cap tain Cy was speaking the door had silentil opened nnd two men entered the ball and sought seclusion In a corner. Now one of these men came forward the Hon. Heman Atkins. Mr. Atkins walked solemnly to the front Tbe moderator's gavel descended. "Order!" he roared. "Order. I soyl Congressman Atkins Is goln' to talk to us." The Honorable Heman faced the cxcited crowd. One band was in tbe breast of bis frock coat; tbe other was clinched upon his hip. till It's time to shorten sail." They walked all that afternoon. Cap tain Cy was even more kind and gentle with his small companion than usual He told her stories which made her laugh, pointed out spots in tbe pines where he had played Indian when a boy, carried her "pig back" when she grew tired and kissed her tenderly when, at the back door of tho Whit-take- r place, be set her on her feet again. Shortly after their return Miss ward?" Dawes came to Inquire about Emily's Then from the rear of tbe hall Mr. absence from school. Thomas en me. Suddenly steps sounded on tho walk. Hut tbe drunken rowdy of the night before bad been there was a whispering outside, and transformed. Gone were the scrubby some one knocked on tbe dining room beard and the shabby suit Shorn was door., the unkempt mop of hair and vanished The situation was similar to that of the Impudent swagger. He was dress the evening when the board of strategy ed in clean linen and respectable black, called and "John Smith" made bis first and bis manner was modest and sub- appearance. But now, oddly enough. dued. Only a discoloration of one eye Captain Cy seemed much less troubled. showed where Captain Cy's blow had lie looked at Miss Dawes, and there left its mark. was a dancing twinkle In bis eye. Is It" began tbe lady In an agi He stepped upon tbe platform beside tated whisper. tbe congressman. "Tbe boardln' party? I presume likely." CHAPTER XIII. "But what can you do?" said Heman, "my "Stand by the repel, I guess." was name bas been brought into the calm reply. "I told you they this controversy by Mr. Simp had most of the ammunition, that ours but son directly and In Insinua ain't all blank cartridges. You stay tion by er another. Therefore it is below and listen to the broadsides." my right to make my position clear. They beard Georglanna cross tbe Mr. Thomas came to me last evening In dining room. There was a murmur of distress, both of mind and body. Ho voices at tbe door. The captain nod told tue his story substantially the story which has Just been told to you ded. "It's them." he said. "Well, here by Mr. Simpson and, gentlemen, I believe It. ilut If I did not believe it. If goes. Xow. don t you show yourself. "Do you think I am afraid? Indeed, I believed blin to have been in tlio past shan't stay 'below,' as you call It! I all that his opponent has said, even if I believed that, only last evening, shall let them see" Captain Cy held up his band. spurned, driven from his child, penni"I'm commodore of this fleet" he less and hopeless, he bad yielded to the weakness which has been his curso all said, "and, that belu' the case, I expect his life even if I believed that, still I my crew to obey orders. There s nothWhy, yes, there in' you can do, and should demand that Henry Thomas repentant and earliest as you sco him Is too. You can take caro of Bos'u. to. .the housekeeper, now, should be given his rightful op- Georglanna." In here quick." portunity to become a man again. lie send Bos'nthere," whispered Georglan They're Is poor, but lie Is not shall not be na "Mr. Atkins and Tad and that friendless. Xo; a thousand times, nol Thomas critter and lots more. And You may say. some of you, that the they've come after her. What shall Is not my business. affair I affirm wo do?" s that it Is my business. It is my 'Jump when I speak to you; that's as a Christian, and that business tbe first thing. Scud Bos'n In here." should come before all others. I have Emily came running. Miss Dawes a child of my own. 1 know what a put au arm about her. Captain Cy father's love Is. And after a sleepless stepped forth. night I stnud here before you today Thi'y were there, as Georglanna bad determined that this inun shall have said Mr. Thomas on tbe lop step. my mouey which you his own If and Simpson on the next lower, will, I'm sure, forgive my mentioning and behind them Abel Leonard and a and my unflinching support can give group of Interested volunteers. It to hliri. That U my position." He "Evenln', gentlemen, said the cap paused und with right band raised tain, opening tbe door briskly. launched his dual thunderbolt "Whom "Evenln," repeated Captain Cy. God hath Joined." be proclaimed, "let Quito u surprise party you're glvln' 110 one put asunder!" me. Come In." Tbut settled It The cheers shook tbe "Cyrus." began the Honorable At walls. Amid the tumult Dluilck and kins, "we are hereto claim" IJalley Bungs seized Captain Cy, by th Give me iny daughter, you robber!" "Fellow townsmen," be began, "far be it from me to Influence your choice in tbe matter of tbe school commit tee. Still farther be It from mo to in fluence you against an old boyhood friend, a neighbor, one whom I believe er had believed to be all that was sincere and true. But. fellow townsmen, my esteemed friend Captain Salter lias expressed a wish to see Mr. Thomas, the father whose story you have beard today. I happen to be in a position to gratify that wish. Mr. Thomas, will you kindly come for- IB -- busl-nes- He-ma- n demanded Thomas from his new po aclnded. Cy had hired Lawyer tare of dismissal. After that the man sltton In the rear of the other two. of Ostable to look out fur his Ah n matter of fact, Mr. vanished. "Mr. Thomas." said tlcman. "please Interests. Itogers, not ono of my six guest can remember that I am conducting thl Angclltio I'hlnney was having the recollect tho topic they were disaffair. I respect tho natural Indlgna time of her life. The perfect boardcussing when I entered the room nnd Hon of an outraged father, but ahem ing house hummed like a fly trap. discovered that the diamonds were Cyrus, we arc here to claim" nnd Mrs. Tripp bad deserted to missing. "Then do your claltnln' Inside. It' tho enemy, and tho minority meaning "Xow, what am I to do? The case is chilly tonight There's plenty Asaph nnd Ilnlley-li- nd kind of little optor-tunlt- y a singular otic, and I do not caro to of empty chairs, and we don't need to to defend their friend's cause, call tho pollca Into the matter, alhold an overflow mcctln . Come ahead even If they bad dared. Ilemnn Atthough the loss Is n greater ono than In." kins, bis Christian charity and high I can afford to withstand. The gift The trio looked at each other In mlndedncss, tils devotion to duty re-to my wife was rather an Important hesitation. Then Mr. Atkins majes ganllcss of political consequences nnd matter financially." Up smiled ruefully tlcnlly entered the dining room the magnificent speech at town meet Mr. Itogers put up his notebook nnd and Simpson followed him Thomas tng were lauded and exulted. The Bay By CLARISSA MACKIE donned 'his lint. "Abe." observed Captain Cy to Leon port Breeze contained n full account o "Where Is Pint Shah now, Mr. OIIh ard, who was advancing toward the the meeting, and It was read aloud by son?" he asked. steps, "I'm sorry not to be hospitable, ".Mr. Hnrley?" Inquired tho whlto Kcturah amid bymui of praise from "Down nt Shorecllffe, I presume. He but there's too many of you to Invite the elect haired, elderly man, stepping Into tbp wns there ot noon when I motored up at once, and 'taln't polite to show par Up at the Cy Wlilttaker place tbe private office of the Junior member of , to town." tlnllty. You and the rest ure welcome days were full ones. There also le"Can you take me to Shorecllffo at tbe law tlrm. Fit on the terrace or stroll round to gal questions were discussed with "I am Itogers," snld that young mnn once?" the deer park. Good night." Georglanna, the board of strategy, Jo "Certainly; my enr Is nt the door." lie closed the door In the face of the slnh Dlmlck occasionally aud more courteously. "My partner, Mr. Hnrley, Itogers dictated a brief message for disappointed Abel nnd turned to the infrequently still Miss Dawes as par has not yet returned from lunch. Did his partner and left the office with Mr. you wish to see lilm particularly?" three in the room. Cy in the dls ticipants with Captain It) five minutes they were Gibson. "Well," he said, "out with It You've cusslons. Humors were true In so far "Xo. Either one will tin," returned spinning toward the Thirty-fourtcome to claim somcthln', I under as they related to Mr. Atkins' appeal tho other hastily. "I wns directed hero street ferry to ting Island City. by my friend Dr. Brown. IIu gave me stand." to the courts and the captain's retain Khorecllffe wns n handsome estnle "I come for my rights!" shouted Mr. Ing Lawyer Penbody of Ostable. Mr to understand that jour firm did a lit- on the north shore of the sound, mid Thomas. Pea body's opinion of the case was not tle detective work now nnd then." Mr. Gibson and the young lawyer "Hardly that." returned Itogers, pine- - reached the gates within au hour after "Yes? Well, this ain't state prison encouraging. ..1. ..Ior I'd give 'cm to you with pleasure. in mi in.-- , ..tl...., "You see, captain," he said when his In.. inun- r... t.l.. viiein niiu leaving lingers' office , , , Heman. you'd better do the talkln' client visited blm nt his olUce, "the his own seat, "but In the course of otirl A , practice we have chanced uon a num. hnn get ahead faster." , We'll probably odds are very much agnlnst us. The tll0 ,,,, ber of curious cases tho we were for- , The honorable cleared bis throat and, court appointed yuu as guardian with COIlltdotl, pecu,nr waved his hand. tbe understanding that this man tunalc enough to unravel. As a . natter Vnsatlon along his spinal column "Cyrus," he began, "you are my boy Thomas was dead. Xow he Is alive of fact, we an- rather fond of that sort , ho ,m.t . ,,.rc, ,Blpo of thing, although It Is not a branch of hood friend nnd my fellow townsman ami claims his child. Moro than that He felt lu that moment that Pun Under such clrcuru and neighbor. he has the most Influential politician our business." Shah knew the reason for his coming The visitor frowned thoughtfully for as well as many other things that lie stances It gives tne pain" In this county back of blm. We a moment nnd then looked sharply at would not divulge. "Then don't let us discuss painful wouldn't stand a fighting chance ex subjects. Let's get down to business cept for one thing Thomas himself, the young hiwjcr. He followed his host Into the library "In spite of what you nay perhaps 1 ami listened Intently while Mr. Gibson You've come to rescue Bos'n Emily. He left his wife nnd the bally; desert that Is from the 'robber rm quottn ed them, so she said; went to get work be JcweW ... got her, he says. Deacon Thomas We can prove be was a delicate matter for me. It Is lu tho' ;,.. ...... lull lll . III llir.rill at tin so's to turn her over to her sorrowln' drunken blackguard before he went line of detective work, but It requires telephone. The table wns between Is that It? Yes? Well, you and that he has becu drunk since he unusual tact, something that the aver- two Preach windows that otctid upon father. age detective does not posses. This Is can't have her not yet." came back. But they'll say Atkins the front veranda. "Cyrus." snld Mr- Atkins, "I'm sor and his lawyer that the man was des- not the mere shadowing of a suspected "Were the windows open last even-Ing- r party. It Is an euOeavor to find a thief ry to see that you take it this way perate and despairing because of your nsked Itogers. among a group of people none of You haven't the shadow of a right refusal to glie blm his child. They'll "They were Isith closed. It was whom could possibly l guilty of chilly and we were enjoying a fire We have the law with us. and your sold him up as a repcntnnt sinner nnx conduct vill lead us to Invoke It Th tous to reform and needing tbe little theft" He leaned buck and smiled nt on tho hearth." lingers was silent for a lung time. constable Is outside. Shall I call him girl's Influence to help keep him Itogers look of dismay. "Tough pruM)sItlon, ehr Ills eyes wandered from one spot to straight That's their game, nnd they'll "Bather. It sounds Interesting. With- another. Once they glimpsed t In"Uncle Bedny" was the town con play It be sure of that It sounds consulting my partner I'll say that comer of Pun Shah's snow-stable and had been since before the reasonable enough, too, for sinners have out will turban take It up as a recreation after outside the door, and ngaln he was war. The purely honorary offlco was repented before now. And tho long wo business hours." given blm each year ns a Joke-- Cap- lost father coming back to his child is sure that the man's Jetty eyes were "Done!" icturncd the visitor heartily. regarding blm from a heavily bended tain Cy grinned broadly, and even the one sure thing to win applauso Drawing a eurdcaso from his pocket, curtain Tad was obliged to smile. that separated the library from the gallery you know that" be laid n bit of pasteboard on Itogers from a smaller adjoining study. "Don t be Inhuman. Heman," urged Captain Cy nodded. desk and leaned back In bis chair. "Well. Mr. lingers. I nin wondering the captain. "You wouldn't turn me He stopped, rose and. striding over "My name is Gibson James Addison over to be manhandled by Uncle Bed to the window, stood looking out if you exonerate nil my friends. .My he snld. nodding town ml tho theory dm Gibson." ny, would you?" not permit of suspicion How does she feel about It her card, "and my Ismse was rubbed last pointing to one of them." remarked "This Is not a humorous affair" be self?" asked Pealssly. evening of $10,000 worth of Jewels." gan the congressman, with dignity, Why. that's tho Bos'n? Itogers sat up In his chair and lis Mr. Gibson nt last. "Her? "My theory. Mr. Gibson. Is that all But the "bereaved father" had been hardest of all. Some of tho children tened Intently. k your guests were accessory to the prospecting on his own hook, nnd now at school pester her about her father. "It happened nt iny country home nt deed."six he peeped Into the sitting room. I don't know's you can blame 'c- m- Shorecllffe. My wife nnd I were enterHere she Isl" he shouted. "I sec young ones are made that way, I guess taining six friends from Manhattan. "What? My deur slr- "her! Come on. Emmie! Your dad's "Walt n 1110 ut. sir. I did say that comes home to me cryln'. all people of refinement and Impeccabut she come for you. Let go of her, you wo they were accessories to the deed, but 'Oh, Uncle Cy. ho nln't my ble honesty. man! v hat do you mean by holdln' and It's "During the evening Mrs. Gibson It was qulto unconsciously mi on their truly father. Is he?' and 'You won't on to her?" let hltn take tne nwny from you, will mentioned that she hud Just received a psrt Have jou several .strong men The situation, which was "not' hu on the place, men whom you can morous," Immediately been me much your till It seems as If I should fly necklace of diamonds as a blrthdny trustr out of the window. The poor little gift from me. and she brought out tbe less so. The next minute was a live "Yes. There Is Baker, the gardener, ly one. It ended as Mr. Thomas was thing! And that puffed up humbug Jewel enu ami displayed the necklace with tils assistants, besides my chaufto her f lends. It was greatly admired, picked up by Tad from the floor, where Atkins bio win' about his Christianity altofeur ami the second I've seen heathen Injuns, and 1 was about to close the case and gether. Why. may I man. four he had fallen, having been pushed vio and all! askr lently over a chair by Captain Cy who never heard of Christ, with more replace It lu my safe In tho library "Please summon them to this room, uos n. rrigntencu and robbing, was of Ills spirit Inside 'cm. There! I've when both my wife and myself were and after that," continued lingers In 11 shocked you, I guess. Sometimes I summoned to the telephone- by an clinging wildly to Miss Dawes, who low tone, "have the man. Pun Shah, bad clung Just as firmly to her. Tbe think this place Is too narrcr and urgent mesiage. Was the message really au urgent sent In." captain's voice rang through the room. cramped for me. I've been around, Mr. Gibson smiled grimly. "So that's Thats enough," he said. "That's you know, and my Xew England one'' proved to be an error. There It, is it? I couldn't see how the rascal It enough nnd some over. Atkins, take btlngln' up has wore thin In spots. had n chance. Excuse me. If you please, that feller out this house and off my Secm's If I must get somcwhercs and was some mistake ntsiut tbe number. while I send for the men." and the Mr and Mrs. Gibson called for premises. As for the girl, that's forus spread out or I'll bust" Ho left the room nnd Itogers waited to fight out In the courts. I'm bcr He threw himself Into n chair. The were really my brother and his wife, there alone. Presently he hcarl n who lived over on (he East road." guardian, lawfully appointed, and you lawyer cloped blm on the shoulder. So jour ubsence from the room wns stealthy footstep behind his chair and nor nobody else can touch her while There, there, captain." ho said. a hot breath on bis nock. He Jumped that appointment's good. Here It Is, "Don't 'bust' yet awhile. Don't giro renlly u necessary?" Just In time to the wicked' "So It appears." right here. Xow look at it and clear up tbe sbtp. If we lose In ono court "Did any one eutcr or leavo the room knife of Pun Shnh. whose dark fuce out!" wo can appeal to another, and so on was conviilsisl with anger. ne held for the congressman's In up the line. And meantime we'll do a during your absence?" Itogers had whipped out a revolver, I cannot find that any one remem spectlon tbe document which, inclos- little Investigating of friend Thomas' bers. I hare questioned tho servants. and so the two were standing facing ed In the long envelope, had been re career since he left Concord. I've each other when Mr. Gibson returned ceived that morning. His visit to Os. written to a legal acquaintance of and nil uru uuunltnous In the protest that they had not entered tho room with his four servunts. table, made some weeks before, had mine In Butte, giving blm tho facts "What Is this. Pun Shah?" demanded been for the purpose of "applying to the as we know them and a description that evening." Who brought the message from the his master quickly, but the man only probate court for the appointment as of Thomas. He will try to find out bowtsl his heud lu silence. telephone?" Emily's guardian. He had'npplled be what the fellow did In his years out "Your man wns nlsjut to kill me," "Pun Shnh. my Hindu bottler." fore tho news of her father's coming west It's our best chance, as I told Itogers was silent for a long time. said Itogers coolly, "because I bare to life reached him. The appointment you. Keep your pluck up and wait and then he nsked one more question. discovered that be Is tbe one who stole Itself had arrived Just In time. and sec." "Did Pun Shah enter the room when your diamonds." Mr. Atkins studied the document "Is It Hsslble? Pun Shnh. what harajl pea ted this conver The captain bo culled you and Mrs. Gibson outside. "Hutnpbl" he grunted. "Humph! I you to say?" see. Well, sir, I have some Influence sation to tho board of strategy when or did he stand In the doorway?" The Hindu fastened a look of deadly He merely stood In the doorway and in this section, aud I shall sec bow he returned to Itayport Miss Dawes hatred on the young lawyer and, long your your trick will prevent the bad walked homo from school with gave the message." Muy I bnve the names of tbe six snatching on his turban, drew from Its child's going where she belongs. 1 Bos'n and bad stopped at the bouso folds the string of diamonds that hod wish you to understand that 1 shall to hear the reort. She listened, but guests who were present thnt evenso mysteriously disappeared. Ho flung it was evident that something else ing?" continue this fight to tbe very last." the ornaments on the floor nt his mas Mr. Gibson nodded. "Yup. So I've heard. Well, Heman. was on her mind. Itogers drew forth a pencil nnd note ter's feet and with a swift, gliding Captain Whlttnker." she asked, "has I ain't as well up In tricks as you claim to be. nor my stockln' Isn't as it ever struck you as queer that Mr. book. "Please glvo a brief description movement vanished from the room. Xo one made a movement to follow, well padded as yours maybe. But Atkins should take such au Interest In of each one as you mention the name. 1111 Instant later they saw the while there's a ten cent piece left In this matter? IIu is giving tltuo nnd not forgetting to give me the chief and disapthe toe of It I'll fight you and the counsel and money to help this man characteristics that mark each Indi- flicker of his white turban ns he peared down the drlvewoy. skunk whose 'rights' you seem to have Thomas, who is a perfect stranger to vidual." Mr. Gibson dismissed bis servants Kiret. there was Uodney Stone, the by does he do It?" taken such a shine to and, after hltn. poet, n dreamy young chap, with tils with a gesture, dropped the string of Captain Cy smiled. that, while there's a lawyer that'll "Whyr ho repeutcd. "Why, to down lovely wife, who is quite content to diamonds lu bis coat pocket, and faced trust me. And meantime that little Itogers. girl stays right here, and you touch me, of course. I wus gettln' too evcr- - shine In the reflection of bis glory. "How did you fasten tho crime Usm "Then came Dr. Uitliner. 11 brilliant her if you dare, any of you! Anything lastlu' prominent In iwlltlcs to suit 'mi Shah so quickly? I had evidence him. I'd got you In ns teacher, and f physician, now driven to death with more to say?" ( be keeps that no one saw him enter tho room, But the bonorable's dignity had re- bad l.onzo Snow as good us licked for an Immense practice. (loudness knows oil his present puce without cessation and" school committee. turned. Possibly he thought be had Itogers put up hand. "It Is easily said too much already. A moment what I might have run for next, 'cord- - from work lie will end In a madhouse. explulncd. Your butler possesses un in' to Ilcnmu's reason In', and I simply Besides Dr. Uitlmer. there was Mine. later tbe door banged behind the dishad to be smashed. It worked all I'liielll, the prima donna, who. as usual hypnotic isiwers. He simply comforted boarding party. hypnotized guests In yourdraw. Captain Cy pulled his beard und right. I'm so unhealthy now lu tho you no doubt have heard, possesses Ing room, the six took the diamonds from be sight of most folks lu this town that I an emotional temperament iih welt laughed. they go buine and - sulphur ns a wonderful voice. of all neath their iioscn und dlsnptieared. "Well, wo repelled 'em, didn't we?" cal'lato smoke their clothes after they meet were the lliixfordii, father and son. They might bate been puzzled by the ho observed. "But. as friend Heman me, so a not to catch my wickedness." busy Willi street men. almost too Incident which made them accomplices I says, the beginuln's only begun. But the teacher shook her head. fugged out to, recollect what the neck- In his crime, but they were quite InnoWish be hadn't becu you here, teacher." "That doesn't seem reason enough to lace looked like live minutes ufter my cent of any wrongdoing. In fuet. they Miss Dawes looked up from the task me," didn't know what bad happened after sho declared. "Just see wbut wife bad displayed It." of stroking poor Bos'n's lialr. Mr. Alklus has done. He never openThose were the six who were lone he left the room." "I don't." she said. "I'm glad of It." ly advocated anything In town meet- with Mr. Gibson sat down und drew his the Jewels?" Then she added, laughing nervously; ing before. Yon said o yourself. check Isiok toward him. "Yes." "Cap'n Wblttakcr, how could you bu so Even when ho must have realized that "This Is such u gratifying exhibition "And they ure all unanimous In hay cool? It was like a play. I declare you bad the votes for committeeman ing that not one pen-oentered tbe of your cleverness. Mr. Itogers. that l you were Just splendldl" he kept still. Ho might have taken room during your nb(iiee?" must show my iipprcelutlnii in u submany of them from you by simply 'Yes. although It Is singula, that stantial way. Ilete Is a dusk for XIV. CHAPTEIt coming out aud declaring for Mr. Mine, rinelll and Mrs. Itisluey Stone $1,000. Shall I make It out to oil perAYPOItT was boiling out with Snow, but be didn't And then all at both declare that Pun Shah stood lu sonally or to our linn 7" rumor and suriulu-- . Ileinun once he takes this astonishing stuud. the doorway for a moment mid re ro Hurley ,v lingers." said the Jun had appealed to I ho courts, garded the ciiiipany rather strangely ior partner dizzily. "Hurley ought ! TO ac COKTIHUSTJ. asking that Contain Cv's an Mine, resent. , liavo something In make up for losing forn few polutiucut as, IWn's guardlau, i)0. re ed the linpert;ieiice mid made a ges- - the fun of this Job." Kc-tur-nh The Gibson Robbery A Smart Piece of 1 Detective Work h 1 ,,,,, ,, ,, ,., usg hen-Hint- 's - tar 1 - 11 Ef 11 11 January 22, toil. TUB CITIZKN. Pago Seven. A A Corner for Women ..h'.l The ChilaWs Hour From Great Poets. NEWS rortfie DEVELOP Exercising CHILD'S MUSCLES VERSES FOR THE CHILDREN. C3HlhisBBBBBBBBBrBBBBBB VERSE FOR THIS WEEK. Ho still, my soul I Thy God doth un- dertake To guide Iho future, as Ho has llio past; Thy liopc, thy confidence, let nothing shake, All now mysterious shall bo bright at last. J. Horlliwick. Tho mountain and tho squirrel Had a quarrel, And tho former called tlio latter "Little Prig"; Dun replied, "You nro doubtless very big; Hut all sorts of things and weather Must bo taken in together, To mako up a year And a sphere. And I think it no disgrace To occupy my place. If I'm not so largo as you, You aro not so small as I, And not half so spry. I'll not deny you mako A very pretty squirrel track; Talents differ, all is well and wise- YOUNG PEOPLE AMUSING Device Attached to Table Pedestal Has Been Designed-Spr- ing Holds Him Up. SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRJNG YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door LITTLE FUN MAKER For developing a child's muscles and otherwlno exercising him a Now Tork man has designed the accompanying attachment for tables. Through a slot In the pedestal of the table a horixon-to- ! arm Is thrust and pivoted. A short Berea's Vocational Schools MOTHERS, GIVE TOUR CHILDREN FRUIT. In tlio December American Magazine. Henry Dutmcis writes a little article entitled "A Now Curo for Drink." Mr. Dclmcrs says that ho fcn has been in the saloon business for twenty years. Ho is not a drinker himself and nono of his sons drinks. Out of his experience ho recommends Iho following euro for the liquor habit.: "I found early in my experience that as a general rule there are exceptions of course a regular consumer of fruit was not a very good customer in my business. On thu I'tlier hand, a typical 'booze fighter' seldom touches fruit. I always kept onto apples behind tlio bar for my own uso, and I often experimentally ( iTered ono to n 'star customer,' who refused. The almost invariably moro I looked into this matter, the more llrmly I becamo convinced that these twY habits clash. Not caring to have my boys acquire the ono I Mioculatcd them with the other, and I havo found that tlio fruit habit early acquired acts as a perfect anliquor habit. tidote to "I mention apples especially because they arc something like bread, one noVcr tires of them, which is more than can W said of peaches, pears, and oranges. And apples, thanks to cold storage, can bo had ,i largo pari of the year. If it happens that I havo merely imagined that the fruit habit offsets tho drink habit, I know that two apples a day will haw a valued influence on tho health, good temper, and morals of any child. "I havo novcr claimed to havo dis covered that fruit juices act as a. liquor antidote, although I have years. talked it for twcnty-llv- o "Somo thrco years ago an article appeared which claimed a Nebraska physician as tho discoverer of tho theory. Tho good doctor and I will never quarrel over it. Ho can havo tho glory. I do not need it. I am only too glad to seo that my views havo gained some scientific back ing. "If you remove the desire for drink, tho liquor question will solve itself, and while poverty may not be banished tho general welfare of the peoplo will be much improved; and if my scheme is never adopt-- I id will feel a thousand times for my pains if I can only convince tho mothers of our country, thoso who have the means to do so, Hint to implant the fruit habit in their children is tho best assurance for a temperate life." ro-pa- downward curved end of tho arm Is tautened to the bottom of tho pedestal by means of a colled spring, and on tho other and longer end of the arm in a ring to support a child. Tho child coming of tho long au- can walk back and forth until his leg With the ontortaln-meat- s tumn evenings and the are strong enough to bear his weight and parties which they bring, unaided, the spring supporting him In comes the old question: "Isn't there the meantime, while a bracket limits somotblng new that we can playT" the lateral movement of tho arm In It Is always difficult to find any thing altogether fresh and original, and some of the older games, a trifle worked over and freshened up, will be found quite as Interesting as anything elso. For lnstanco, there are many word games, but not ono la ly put known If I cannot carry forests on my quite like tho little as the "word rhapsody." In (flaring back, this game each of the guests Is called Neither can you crack a nut." upon to choose one word. This word Ilalph W. Emerson. la written upon a little card furnished by the hostess. It may be on adjective, a verb, a common or proper noun, or any other word that may Once a trap was bailed suggest Itself. The cards aro then With a piece of cheese; gathered up and the hostess writes all the words on a large pleco of white It tickled so a little mouse paper with a red pencil, so that, when It almost made him sneeze. hung up, It can bo seen all over the room. Then each guest Is Invited to An old rat said, "Thero's dangcr-D- c write a short story In which every careful whero you gol" Exerciser for Child. one of tho words appears, all of them "Nonsense!" said tho other, being used grammatically and In a ono direction. Even after he Is well "I don't think you knowl" manner to make sense. The time of developed a child will probably find work should be limited to ten minriding lots of pleasure and utes. 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Women should bewnro of the hat which Hhailrti the eye "lints which obstruct the vision of the wearer weaken the eyes." wild it doctor recently. "A girl of rb:htcvn who wears the 'beehive' or ottier overhnncliiK lint will tlml thnt by the time nhe Ik twenty tier sight Ih almost fl weak ti that of an old woman." Auother doctor, when hIiowii two model of the beehive hats which aro so popular among women nowa days, aald that such hut not tmly weaken tho ulsht. but also Induce tmld ness through being worn so close to Unbent p. Ht Appl Pudding. Peel, coro aud slice sutllcleut apples to nil a baking dUb, butter tho dUb thickly and put In tho apples In layer, altcrnatlug them with stale cake, crumbs and a little butter, using two of the butter, melted, to n pint of apples. Let tho Inst layer be a thick oue of cako crumbs; put In a moderately hot oven until tho apple re tender, then bent together two eggs nd two tahlesiKMiiful of siifur (more If the apple are tnrt), add one cupful of milk aud pour over the apples. Iluko a rich golden color aud "servo with s cream. strong, sound oak. For. a boy of ordinary stature the height aboro the ground should be ten feet. The best way of setting the posts Is to bed them In concrete. Dig your boles three feet deep and erect the timbers In a perfectly upright position. You will need a level to do this, and you must havo light slats or props nailed to the uprights to keep them from moving while you are shoveling In the concrete. The concrete mixture Is one sack of cement (100 pounds) costing 40 centa, and eight cubic feet of broken stone and sand or river sand. Mix It thin and put In around the posts, a little at a time. Fig. 5 makes the Idea clear. It will take three weeks for the concrete to set Arm and hard and during that time you must not touch the posts. The top cross pleco has two holes bored for the rope, and a rounded notch "- Y- for the rope to slide In. The cleat Fig 4 Is used to shorton the Concerning Ambtr. rope by tying It around same. Fig. 2 Many children wear tarings of id-he- r shows the shape of the awing seat and ImmiI uhut their necks, and very the method of setting It In place. often they lire curious as to where A holt hour's dally practice on this yellow beads device will go a great way the pretty transparent toward come from. keeping a growing boy in good condiAmber Is a fimlllied vegetable ren- tion. Begin with ten minutes of light in, found In greut nbiliidniiee on the work and gradually Increase It. shores of the Itultlc sen. It is derived probably from a variety of uxtluct Juvenile Wisdom. treo. The word electricity comes from The elderly visitor with the benig(ireek word elektron. which means nant countenance was addressing the tho amber, because nmber becomes 8unday school on the subject of kindelectric when rubbed. ness to dumb creature. According to n very old fuhle. amber "Children," he said, "In the downof Phae-thoIs the tear of the sinter town district of Chicago, In the very who. after hi dentil, were turnheart of the city, you will see thoued Into poplar tree. Ily some, amber sand of pigeons, all plump and well Is, said to be a concretion of birds' fed. Somebody looks after them. Why do we feed and cherish them?" tenrs. " 'Cause you're 'frald you'll have to use 'em fer meat some day," haxarded Rults For airli. Look your be-- t by nil ineuus, but be a deeply Interested little boy In the Infant class. your tiost nlxo. A healthy girlhood I the best foil n Longest Sentence. dntloti for a hnppy life. For the longest sentence on record Know about cooking, aouxekeeplm: we must go to the French. In "Les and domestic economy. Itemeiuta-- r that a good dnughtei Miserable" Vlotor Hugo ha one sen. tence that runs through a hundred makes a good wife. Accept only the best men as youi lines, and earlier In the book. In one husbands, paying as much attention ti of the cbspters descriptive of Watertheir character as to their personal ap loo, there are over 60 line without a fall stop. peart nee- flfteen-year-old negn-lively n. King who bad the power to let two children visit his enchanted land onco a year. They must bo very good children and could slay only a few hours and those that had been there never forgot, for it was very wonderful. It happened that a Utile boy and girl went onco together and they never knew how they went or how thoy got homo, but they were sure they bad been there. When they awoke the nexl morning after their visit they nlhtfcd their eyes and said: "Where is Jack .Frost ami his wonderful house and the King and tho golden palaco?" Jack Frost had met them at the gato outside the Enchanted Land and had taken them to the King, who had told them bow glad he was to see two such good children and said they could go about and sec everything they wanted to; so Jack Frost went with Ihcm, nud showed them hi.s crystal homo with big icicles hanging from the roof and bis ice pen that he used to write with when be came down to earth very cold mornings and wrote things on the windows for the children to see. Then thero were the storehouses whero all the snow was kept waiting to fall over tho earth and let tho children have fun coasting. There wero so many other things that tho children hardly had timo to see them all before they were taken bark to the King who gave them a small red ball and told them it was time to go home, but to keep the ball to remind them that they must all bo good always. So they said "Good byo" and, yes, there was tho red ball right in their hands so it must all bo true now what do you think? was tho red ball from the Christmas treo or from tho Enchanted Land? Lexington Leader. painters, remarks the Philadelphia For many years letters have held certain distinct forms, which gave them their names and classes. Sign painters, however, are cultivating the artistic side of their trade, and from various signs displayed all over the city there seems to be a great unanimity of opinion among them as to the apeparance of certain letters In one of the alphabets. This new Idea seems to be a tendency to fill In and "balance" blank spaces. It was first to be observed on tho letter "L." The painter saw-fi- t to add a frill about the middle of tho space between the base and the upright Next the letter "O" of the series was attacked and the ornamentation went In the middle, making the familiar letter resemble an old Greek "theta." "A" and "V" and "Q" havo been the latest to be Record. touched up. If the Idea spreads much further the entire alphabet will change it face. Alphabets are suffering a change of form at the hands of modern sign ILLINOIS YOUTH WAS PLUCKY 4 ric.3 n While Hunting for Squirrel Boy Hiding Place of Wolf and "x Cub Kills Them All. Ola-cov- Parts of Swing Trainer. A boy of fourteen, In Illinois, started out with a dog, a revolver and an axe. hunting for squirrels, and found something else. After getting Into the deep woods, the dog suddenly charged a hollow log, and barked furiously. The boy tried to "sic" him on, but without avail. Then the boy kneeled down and peered Into the cavity, and saw a whole lot of eyes gleaming at him. When he recovered from his surprise, he took another look, and made out the group to f be a with six cubs. She snapped her teeth viciously, and would have come out had It not been for the presence of the cubs. The boy was a strategist. He sharpened some stake with his axe, and drove them into the earth In front of the opening; and having thu Imprisoned the wolf, killed It with his revolver. When she was dead, the boy up ended tho log, tumbled out the cubs, killed them with the axe, and then marched home with seven scalps, for which he received a handsome bounty. she-wol- BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g institution. It requires certai't fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students coma from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding halt, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except m winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their" expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the best, but 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 rest for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, in the fall, and $1.50 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two, First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc This is paid but once, and la returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fes 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 by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM VOCATIONAL AMD Incidental Fee Room FOUNDATION SCHOOLS $ 5.00 5.60 ACADKMY AND NORMAL COLLKOB $ 6.00 7.00 Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept 10, 1913 Board 7 weeks, dut Oct 29, 1913 Total for term If paid In advance WINTER Incidental Fee Room 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 9.46 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 $ 7.M 7.00 9.45 $23.46 9.46 $29.00 TERM $ 6.00 6.00 9.00 S3I.40 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $32J0 S32.40 $ 7.M 7.2 9.00 $23.20 9.00 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 TO UNTIE CAPTIVE SCISSORS $28.50 S30.70 $&20 S3I,70 Considerable Amusement Is Furnished by Releasing Instrument When Once Fastened. amuseA neat trick for affording ment at an entertainment of young people Is shown In the Illustration. This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Winttr SrimgFall Ttal Stenography and Typewriting $14.00 $12.00 $10.00 $36.06 14.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .... 12.00 10.00 86.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 7.00 6.00 6.00 18.00 Business course studies for students in other departments: Stenography 10.50 9.00 7.60 27.00 Typewriting, with one hour's use 7.00 6.00 of instrument 5.00 18.00 Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. 1.80 Arith., or Penmanship, each. . . 2.10 1.50 6.40 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $16.00 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 Berea and starting In on new studies with some of the best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must brine or send a testimonial showing that they are above IS years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher er neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, Winter Term opened Deo. 31st. Hurry upl For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary. able-bodie- y The Captive 8clsor. Fasten a pair of scissors securely with a piece of string to some convenient article. Can you release them without cutting or unfaatenlng the string? The sclasor can be easily released by passing the loop upword through the handle, and then completely over them. D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Kjr. Pago Elglit, TUB CITIZEN. .Innunry with her brother, William Wlnklor, of this place. Mrs. Jim Chaslecn and Mrs. D. C. Rice, were tho guests of Mrs. Jim Powell Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Thomns Alford worn shopping in Richmond Thursday. Mrs. Curk Tharp is sick at this 22, 191 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Wo la lot eenMpo ! aMUbe (or tiMlcattoa, t mm IM tlfMd la fill by tat wtlttt. trMtaet ( rood UIU. WriU (Ulary. n gone to McKco to help R. M. Ward JACKSON COUNTY. in the clerk's office. Married, Jan 3rd, Mr. Andy Montgomery to Miss McKee. Lucy Hamilton, both of this place McKVo, Jan. 7. Circuit Court H. Farmer has recently purlast Wednesday, without chased a $rl organ. having transacted much of the liuM-neponding. The grand jury reTyner. turned an indictment against fircen Tyner, Jan. 17. Mr. and Mrs. G. Mallicoat and Klnier Anglin for mur- W. Moore have returned home. der. They are charged with compli- Married on the 15th, Miss Hcrllf.i city in the killing of Hen Drew Bullock to Mr. Allen Gray, of Brad-shaHcvcral weeks ago. Anglin was alWe wish them much Joy. lowed hail In sum of $r,000 which Henry Combs of Berca was in this he has failed to give. Mallicoat was vicinity last Saturday and Sunday. not granted hail. Both aro in jail. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. LucianGlp-so- n, The new Jail has hecn completed a girl, (he 0th. Jess Mooro is and was formally received by the erecting a house on his farm for his Fiscal Court last Thursday. It is n father-in-laCalvin Mullins. jail, as good as C. P. Moore of MoKee came up to his modem, any in the Slate. Dr. Anderson has lai-for a load of hay Thursday. moved into the property of Wm. There are several new cases of Baker. Attorney H. C. Hazlcwood mumps in this vicinity. antl W. B. Begley of London attended Circuit Court. W. J. Lankford. Hurley. who superintended the new jail Hurley, Jan. 18. The Rev. G. I). building, and his wife will leave to- -; Bowman failetl to Mil his regular imrrow for Alabama, where he is appointment at this place Saturday to superintend the building of an- and Sunday. Jake Gabbard is somo other jail. Mr. and Mrs. John Fow better. Joe Williams gave the ler entertained a few of their friends young folks a social Saturday at their home last Tuesday evening night. All report a nice time. Mr. They served ice cream and coffee John B. Isaacs and Wm. Callahan of and all present enjoyed their hospi Sand Gap visited at Pal Gabbard's tality. Work has commenced on the Saturday night. W. R. Gabbard, railroad from East Bernstadt to Mc- who has been Very poorly, is some Kee, about two miles of road have belter. The Hurley postbftlce will been completed, and 125 men are at be moved lo Jake Gabbard's in the work on the road. Some of the late near future, Mrs. Gabbard being the marriages in Jackson County were postmistress. Charlie Gabbard and B. A. Teague of High Knob and Mag- Robert Callahan visited at Horse gie Morris of McWhortcr; Lloyd Lick Saturday and Sunday. Tho Blair, Egypt, and Mary Welch of new railroad is the leading talk at Welchburg; W. A. Gray, Privett, and present. Grover Gabbard purchasBertha Bullock, Tyner; J. S. Brock- - ed a young mule of Ed Gabbard for man, Eglon, and Malvn Johnson, Mc- $100. Mrs. Cat Shepherd visited her Kee; Armps Lakes, Loam, and Polly sister, Mrs. Nathan Gabbard, Satur Jones, Eglon. Oren Click of Kerby day night. Frank Gabbard and Knob and Miss Bertha Reynolds of Green McColIum were the guests of McKee, will be married this evening Riley Gabbard Sunday. Good luck at 7 o'clock at home of the bride's to The Citizen and its many readers. father in MoKee. Jackson County. -- -S. ss w. w, Doublelick. Doublclick, Jan 14. We are having some fine weather for the time of the year. Mr. and Mrs. fluthford Callahan are all smiles over the arrival of a twelve pound boy, Jan, Oth. He is the seventh boy; his name is rtuthford. Wiley Hurley, deputy sheriff, is in our midst this week, summoning all of ttic boys to appear at McKee before the grand jury. Miss Pollic McColIum is slaying with her sister, Mrs. OIlie Callahan, this week. Drummer Mullins was caling on the merchants the past week. Harvey Thomas of Moorcs spent Saturday night and Sunday at Perry McCollurnJs. Tho Misses Merca and Grace Callihan spent Sunday with the Misses Martha and Liddie Hcllard. Mrs. Beth Martin visited her daughter, Mrs. Eller Sparks, Monday. Several of the boys and girls aro going to Berea to school this winter. Joseph Callahan has moved to his new home near Sugar Camp Branch. Willie Hampton who was shot Christmas day, and is in Richmond hospital, is improving. Sand Gap. Sand Gap, Jan. 17. Mrs. Dora Tut-tl- e, who has been sick, is much improved. N. J. Tuttle has returned from Estill County where he went to buy a farm. He bought a nice farm and will likely move to it in the near future. Ilev. James Luns-for- d of Dreyfus recently preached a few nights at this place and lilted his regular appointment at Bethel Saturday and Sunday. Ilev. Luns-for- d is talking of moving to this placo in the near future and being an undertaker. OIlie Rogers of Mole, Madison County, has bought the.Ligo Reeco placo of Mrs. Doc Lunsford and is now a citizen of this place. Hiram Gray is visiting friends at Red Lick. Waller Abrams and wifo of Clover Bottom visited relatives hem Saturday and Sunday. Ellis Abrams visited J. W. Williams antl family Sunday. George Drockman went to Cincinnati last week to buy goods. Will Brock- man of Cincinnati was hero during Circuit Court on very important business. Sam Sebum and Sallie Carpenter visited relatives at Dreyfus last week. Bigo Camel of May-app- le visited relatives hero last week. S. B. Chrlsman and family hero Saturday visited relatives night. Annvile. Annville, Jan 18. Mrs. Worlhing-to- n, teacher of tho Normal class at the' Annville Institute, has been sick for a few days but seems to be im proving. Mrs. Worlhington is an excellent teacher and her class appreciates her work very much. Wilson Lewis has purchased a lot from Elias Casleel. Cornelius Cope has moved to his farm on Wolf Branch. Green Hillard and Frank Moore are erecting new dwelling houses. Rev. D. S. Smith moved his dry goods and drugs into his new store building. Mr. Bonds has over 100 men to work on the new railroad. David York bought of Charles Tavlor a fine pair of mules. John Soxton is building a chimney for Billie Wilson. Several of the citizens of this place are go ing lo McKee Monday lo attend County Court. The Misses Lula and Sarah Moore and Mr. Alfred Moore are visiting home folks from Friday evening until Monday. Mr. Terry Gentry, who is attending school here, visited home Saturday and Sunday. M. B. Eversolc is visiting friends and relatives in London from Saturday till Monday. Charley Medlock and Garfield II ignite who are working on the new railroad, visited home folks Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David York, anil Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pennington were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred York Sunday. -- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smith or Egypt were tho guests of tho Rev and Mrs. I). S. Smith Sunday. Born to Mr. ami Mrs. Lewis Cunigam, a girl. Harry Eversole, Sr., was in Boone-vil- lo last week on business. ed OWSLEY COUNTY. Island City. Island City, Jan. 15. The coldest night of tho winter was Monday night. Klisha Gabbard, who was in Koonevillo Jail under indictment for tho murder and conspiracy of the killing of three men at Buffalo at the primary election last August, cut his throat with a razor Monday morning, Jan 12th, at 6 o'clock. His remains were taken lo Buffalo for burial. David Bowman, who has had smallpox, is improving nicely. J. D. Moslh, Eva and Willie Cliailwi'll will leave Saturday to niter Berea College. Frank Bow man, who has had pneumonia, is improving very fast. Isaac Peters' house and contents were entirely hurried to the ground one night last week. It caught from the stove.Maulden. The Rev. Fox of Boonevllle will beMaulden, Jan. 7. Riley and Frank gin a protracted meeting at Walnut Amyx, wlio have been visiting Grovo in n few days. Good results friends and relatives at this place, always come from The Citizen. have returned to their homes in Tennessee. S. A. Farmer, who has Conkling, Jan. 10. We've been been making the assessor books for t ii. II .1. C. Miller has llnislicd (hem and Having me coition weawicr oi j t. ino m Slate Lick. Stale Lick, Jan. P. Mr. Jim Ogg, who has been sick for Ihe past two weeks is recovering. Mrs. It. Raliuoon is on tho sick list this week. Mr. Richard ThacKcr anil wife. uli Oscar Thacker and wife visit"I WILLI" ed their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Paiks of Slate Lick, last "I Will" hns a spirit that nothing daunts: week. Once he gels his eye on (he thing he wauls Mr. J. M. Kimiaril and brother, He rolls up his sleeves, and ho pitches in Harry, of Den Moines, Iowa, were With a splendid zeal that is hound to win. Slate Lick visitors last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. I), Parks were "I Will" never hesitates lest he fail-- In his heart he's sure that he will prevail. Ihe guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. No mountain can halt him, however high; Kinnard of llerca Sunday Mr. and Mrs. June Fowler, T. M There's no task so hard hut he'll have a try. McCormirk and mother, Mrs. J. W. Harts. Miss Hazel Young of Richmond Wollaro and Mrs. Carrie Wallace "I Will" sets his teeth when things start off wrong, He just grins, and mutters: "This can't last long. visited with the Misses lako from were Ihe guests of Mrs. W. D. Parks 1'uesthiy of last week. I'll take a fresh start; and Adversity Thursday till Saturday. Will he going some if he catches me." Mr. John-to- n Mrs. Sam Eden continues porly. of South Dakota is visiting his brother, Mr. C. W. Johnston. "I Will" has a pyuch hid in either hand; He has training, strength, and a heap of sand; Mr. W. B. Lake and Abner Ever- - CINCINNATI MARKETS He swings his hard lists in the world's grim far.. sole who have been working for the Corn New corn Is quoted as folAnd he bangs away till the world gives place. Fidelity Portrait Co. in Livingston lows: No. 2 white 7lHr71Hc No. .1 have returned lo Berea. white 69(f70c, No. 4 white 674769c. "I Will" understands in his own strength lies Mr. T. J. Lake, our merchant, has No. 2 yellow 66r,8e, No. 3 yellow 64 The one chance he'll get at tho things men prize. been lo Lexington on business Mfifir, No. 4 yellow G263Ac. No. 2 Discouragement, failure nothing can chill Mr. Joe VnnWinkle is going to -- M 66068c. No. 3 mixed 64R6fic car 66069c, white ear C6B69c The stout heart of him who declares, "I will!" move lo Foxtown. jellow ear 68070c Stanley Payne of Dispulaula at CHARLES R. BARRETT. 1 Hay- - No. timothy $19Pi?2r.. tended Sunday 8choo at (Ills' place. utandard timothy ltT 18.25. No. 2 Sam Robinson visited Forest Dow- - timothy $I7 17.25. No. 3 timothy $15 016.50. No. 1 clover mlied $16fyl6.S0, den Saturday night. No. 2 clover mixed 114014.00. No. 1 Mrs. Lee Kern Mithave entered. Mr. Jim .McQueen visited rela Boonevllle. clover $14.50015. No. 2 clover 13r chell gave a social Friday night. tives at Blue Lick Saturday night. 13.50. Boonevillo, Jan. 9. Quite a crowd Those present were: Mr. Oata No. 2 white 42H,43c. Hand antl Mrs. Mrs. Tom Barrett is very sirk at attended the called court at Boone- Ed Johnson, Mrs. Dyke, ard white 42043ic. No. 3 white 41 M Messrs. T. (his writing. vllle for the last two weeks. Mr. N. Golden and Wm. A. Qilc. No. 4 white 33H041C, No. 2 Fietchcr; mixed 40ViC41e. No. 3 mixed 40 Elijali Gabbard committed suicide Misses Hallie ScoA'illc, Eliza Kingston. 40Hc, No. 4 mixed 3841r39V4c. in the Boonevillo jail where he was Wheat No. 2 red 99Hctfl. No. 3 Charlotte Cole, Mary Mc Iliju-haKingston, Jan. P. The Misses Ora confined for killing two men in Buf Flora Dunaway, Flora Ficch-te- r, and Elizabeth Flanery spent Satur- red 9i4fr98Uc No. 4 red S395c. Sidney Gabbard of Upper Poultry Hena (4 Vi lbs and over). falo. Vessiu Action, Lillian Newland Buffalo was put into the State pri- and Henrietta Zimmerman. Hot cho- day with their two sisters, who are 13c; 3V4 Iba and ovtr). 124c. younr rooatera, 10c: taKKy rooatere, 12c; son for life. The lawyers were Harry colate and salad were served. Mrs. in school at Itcrca. Mr. John Powell, who has had a aprlnKera. lance, 14c: aprlnrem. imall. Evorsole, Floyd Bird and E. E. Mitchell gave some splendid music. 15c; aprlng ducks, white (4 Iba and severe attack of stomach (rouble is over), 15c; ducks (under 4 Mil), 14r; Hogg on defendant's side; the law All enjoyed a nice lime. slowly improving. turkey, toma, old, Usic; young tur yers for the Commonwealth were Miss Nannie Morris spent last keva (9 lh nnd over), 184c John Eversole, Ira Fields and Judge Kaita Prime flrata 33c. flrets 31c. week wih relatives in Jessamine MADISON COUNTY Topner. Born to Mr. and Mrs. D. ordinary firsts 30c. aeconds 26c. County. W. Barrett, a bouncing boy. His Cattle fihlppera lfi.758.10; butch Big Hill Miss Nellie Lawson spent Sunday er steers, extra $7.8.108, good to name is Ralph. It is thol that the s, Big Hill, Jan. 18. Mrs. Moses choice $0.85 0 7.75. common to fair with Mr. anil Mrs. Geo. Motnly. smallpox Is no worse in this vicin who suffered an injury to her Miss Verna Park, who has been JS.7r.fifi.7r.: heifers, extra $7.70. Rood ity. Mr. Frank Brandenburg has arm is improving. to choice $7.250 7. cr,. common to attending Ihe E. K. S. N. at Richmond $.1(77; rows, extra $6.2506.60. goodfair to been improving his dwellings. Mr. U. T. Carpenter has a boy for the past six months will he at choice 15.5006.15. common t fair $3.75 Messrs. Tom and Cecil Seals caught very sick with pneumonia. 05.25: ennnera $304.50. home after February 1st. a line polecat and a tine opossum Mrs. Sherman Settle is very sick. $5.9006.65, extra nulla noloxna Suda anil Green Powell, who are $6,75. a short time ago. Melvin Bowman fat bulla $.256.75. H iss McIIone is very sick. attending school at Berea, spent the Calves Extra $10.50, fair to rood made a business trip lo Boonevillo, Mr. Ned McIIone's wife is sick. first of the week with their parents $8.5010.23, common and large $5.50 Jan 17th. Carter Bowman purchas Mrs. Tom Pigg is sick. WI0. al this place. ed a flue mule coll seven months old heavy $8.3O0.35 Hogs Selected Mr. Mack Maupin is sick. Mrs. Geo. Moody spent last week gave $120. Mrs. Nor- -; for which bo cood to choice parkera and butcbeS( Mr. Louis Moberly, who shot himwith friends and relatives in Harlan $8.3008.35, mixed packera $8,250 ella Brandenburg of Bracken County self accidentally, is better. Con nly. S.30, ataea $1.25 ft 7. common to choice is visiting friends antl relatives in A series of meetings is being held Mr. John Powell sold his farm to heavy fat sows $507.75, extra $7.80(7 this vicinity. Melvin Bowman and mi the Big Hill at this writing. plga Rant Curt Parks for l.r),KM) and is think- 7.90. lba and shippers $7.908.35, (110 lesa) $Cft7.85. Boss Brandenburg visited the SunRev. Chllders tilled his appointing of locating in Richmond. day school north of Buffalo Sunday. ment at Pilot Knob church last LOCK JAILER IN CELL. Hurrah for The Citizen and its Saturday and Sunday. Dreyfus. many readers. The play given at Narrow Gap Sapulpa, they Okla. I'retendlnfe Mrs. Win. Jones Dreyfus, Jan. last Saturday night by Ihe Silver was called lo Kerby Knob Thurs- were fighting, Turner, holdup man, Earnestville. Creek folks was ery much enjoy- day lo see her sick daughter, Mrs. and Johnson, horan thief, lured Jailer Jon Hereford Inaldu tho Creek county Eamestville, Jan. 18. We are ed. Walter Williams. Jail and locked him In the cage, makl.oyd Halo has gone to Illinois. Mr. .las Lunsford was visiting in ing Kood their cacape. The timely arhaving a nice January so far. A Wo aro having some nice dry Berea Tuesday and Wednesday acconspeeial term of Circuit Court rival of officers, attracted by the JailFarmers have companied by Mrs. Kindred. vened at Boonevillo last week and weather at present. or crlea, prevented a wholeaalo empweek before for the purpose Of no excuse for not going lo work. Samuel P. Howard of McKeo spent tying of tho jail, which contained" halt Rev. Parsons was here to attend the early part of (ho week with a dozen murderers. The escaped men trying four of the Gabbards on Uparo still at large, although per Buffalo in (his county charged lo the baptism of Mr. Rogers. friends at this place. were put on their trail at Mr. antl Mrs. Hay Maiuous visited Mrs. Addio Coyle is improving with the murder of Pilaris and once. Gilbert last August at a pri- friends and relatives at Lowell in mary election. It ended in Elisha Garrard County last week. I'ucle Bob Harris has moved hack Gabbard, last Sunday night, committing suicide by cutting his throat to his old stand to sell goods. Mr. I. A. Hunter of this place has with a razor. Ho was tho father of tho other accused. Ono of his boys recently bought Ihe farm of Mr. Sidney was tried and convicted with Sieve Green on Red Lick. Jim Withers and John Lakes are a life sentenco to the State prison. Get our price before you buy. Now is the time Trial of the others was put off till out buying cattle. March teem. John II. Botner is sellto make your Roofing Contracts for the year. Coyle. ing out his personal property to Come and see us. Coyle, Jan. 17. We aro having move to Dayton, O. He has been working (hero and has comn homo somo very nice weather for tho timo after his family. Logan Gabbard. of tho year.Miss Bessie Powell, who has been our new constable, is rapturing tho boys on every hand. Tho boys will in Illinois for tho past two years, have to quit their meanness or ho is visiting homo folks now, hut will will gel ilieiii. Four railroad men gti back in about four weeks. HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager Miss Belle Tharp was tho guest passed up Little Sturgeon last week viewing out a route for a railroad. of tho Misses Powell Wednesday afTinthop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. Phone 7 or 187 Everybody fa , anxious and hoping ternoon. to get n road built. Miss Eliza Winkler penl Monday Mc-Carm, Es-teblood-hounCla-born Sulphur Spring. season for tho past few days. Tho Sulphur Spring, Jan. I7 Dr. Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan was here recenlly quarantinHacker died, Jan I3lh of bronchitis. Elisha Gabbard, aged 72, com- ing and vaccinating against smallmitted suicide by cutting his throat pox. Mr. Richard Mays has been at in tho Boonevillo Jail Sunday night. Uuicksand for somo time. Deputy Ho was on trial for murdcr.-'Wn- do Sheriff Chas. Sanders mado a busiAllen is suffering from a severe at- ness trip thru hero lately. Quite tack of pneumonia. Kathleen Mc- a large crowd has been attending ColIum Is recovering from n scvnro court at Boonevillo for the last two attack of pneumonia and gastritis. weeks. A. J. Mays and Ballartl BegRose Anderson hns Just recovered ley are jurymen from here. John from n recent Illness. Henry Bow- Bowman has moved from Tnllega to les has mumps. Enoch Holcomb has Lower Buffalo again. Miss Amanda sold his farm on Doc Creek to his Brandenburg and Mattio Mooro vissons, Emerson and Green Malnous. ited Mrs. Alpha Mooro Sundny. Tho Edgar Wilson and Hugh Bishop Sunday School has been closed for somo time owing to (ho danger from have Just returned from Ohio. Tho Misses Fannie and Myrtle Wil- smallpox. Arch Brandenburg is at son visited their cousin, Ada Wil- Quicksand at present. Tho Rev. son, Sunday. M. A. Wilson is hav- Bailey is expected lo preach at the Willie ing his house repaired. Mr. and Reform church Sunday. Mrs. F. F. McColIum visited Mr. and Moore of this place altondcd church Mrs. J. W. Anderson Saturday night at Long Shoal Sunday. Mary Taylor and Sunday. Tho graded scliooli and daughter, Elsie, have returned closes at Island City, Jan. 10th. The from a visit lo friends near Beatty Misses Marl ha and Eva Chadwcll vllle.. and Miss Lethn Ball will leave the LAUREL COUNTY. 171 h for Berea where they will out- -, Pittsburg. or school. David Bowman has) Pittsburg, Jan. ID. Revs. David smallpox. Chas. Blake isonthesick and Blevins Asher have been con list. T. A. Bickuell is teaching aj ducting a revival at the East Pittssubscript ion school at the Shepherd burg Baptist church. There were school house. Eli Taylor has pur-- j six additions to the church. Mrs chased a handsome range stove, J. R. Adams is on Hie sick list. price ?83. John Lytlle has made a Mrs. Clarissa Colo visited at Mr. B. temporary move from Island Creek II. Cole's Sunday. School at this to Sextons Creek. Success to The place is still progressing nicely. Citizen and its many readers. Several children from rural districts Ma-haff- ey writing. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Lain entertained n number of ytiung friends Tuesday night. All report n good lime. Mr. Jesse Simpson visited Mr. James Chasteen antl family Frldnv. Miss Carlic Barrett was the guest of Mrs. Willie Tharp Friday afternoon. We are sorrv lo hear that Viola Rikor, who has consumption, Is no heller. Blue Lick. tilled his regular appointment at Glades Sunday. First and third Sundays are regular preaching days at the above place. Little Sallie Tisdale of Whites Station spent the past week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Tisdale. Messrs. W. J. Tidale and John Johnson were in Richmond Friday on business. Miss Eva Harris, who has pneumonia, is convalescent. Mr. Hen Gay has sold his place and will soon moe to Jackson County, where he has purchased a farm. Theiv are two cases of smallpox reported in this vicinity. Miss l.eana Mitchell hns returned home from Richmond. Mr. Will Reeves nnd family, Geo. White and family will leave Wednesday for Illinois, where they expect to make their future home. Geo. Reeves, who has- lieon here on a visit will return with them. Mrs. Tom Taylor anil daughter, Ella May, were guests of Mrs. Sallie Harris Monday. Rev. Peel very rapidly. Wo sincerely hope, she will soon bo nhlo lo bo out again. Mr. Thatl Drew of Salllcsaw, Okln., was Ihe guest of his sister, Mm. Jas. Lunsford, Thursday. The school nl this placo In progressing with .1 no. F. Lunsford ns teacher. Mrs. Sallie Reynolds has returned home from Quicksand whero sho has been visiting her sister. Mrs. Burke preached to a largo ntlcudanco in the Christian church last Sunday. Miss Anna Glossip was called home from college on account of (he illness of her baby sister. Salesman S. R. Davis Is homo for a while. Thomas Winkler was with his brother at Berea over Wednesday night. Corhill Pittmau, who has been ery low with fever, is rapidly improving. The Sunday School al (ho Christian church is progressing nicely with eighty in allenilanec nnd 11.27 collection, Jan IKIIi. Wo will boglad lo see more people out. Claud Lunsford of Sand Gap was wilh his parents Saturday arid Sun day. All Prices on Metal Roofing are Off - Berea School of Roofing