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The Citizen UF.RKA, Knowledge it fewer aai U way to keep ay with atden , knowledge U io rod a newipaper. f4 Flvo CcnU a cop. MADISON COUNTY, KHNTUCKY, JANUARY 20, 101 . One Dollar a Year. No. at The Revival Meetings and the Preacher n with.,, song service Heron Is very fnitiinale in having Ii at seven-lhirlf -i in imii am ii.- ono week set apart from business licgiiuung ai scvcii-iiiicrand from study for tlm express pur- preachers in tho collego slalT, Presipose of considering (Im nffnirs of dent Frost, Professor Ilnine, Brother religion nnd our relations to ench lloheiis, and Ilrother Knight will tin Kvery church on hand to cooperate and render all oilier and lo Hod. There member In Beron ought (n make I his assistance in their power. n lime of great orsonal profit, a I will he. a tine chorus of sinners. Unto of considering Iho obligations y, u. The One Thing Needful Money is goad, but only good to spend for something else. We can't eat or wear money itself Strength is good, hut only good to use for worthy tasks. The strength of nn idiot or a madman is of no 1 UNITED STATES NEWS'fN OUR OWN STATE value. The Preacher. and (ho privileges of I li professed Yon will want lo know ahoul Bishchristian. II is a lime to lay aside op Sellew, who is lo ho Iho preacheuros and vexations, to forgivo old er. Ho is n native of western New Ho was educated at DartYork. mouth College, taught school for it few years, then went into business in connection with the Dunkirk Iron Works', and later he became nn oil Subsequently operator. he laid aside business and gave himself to Iho work of the ministry in the Freo Methodist Church. For many years lie was in western Pennsylvania, where he became well known for his vigorous and successful efforts. He was made n bishop of his church a number of years ngo. He has traveled extensively, not only over this country, but in mission lands. Ho spent some limu in South Africa, in India, and has visited China and Japan, in all these travels working with the missionaries for the up building and strengthening of their work. He is considered an especially effective speaker on mission ary topics. For many years he was Blthop Sellew president of the board of trustees grudges, and to open thu heart for of the Clieshrough Seminary of tins incoming of Hid blessed Holy which Brother lloberts nnd Mrs. Spirit. itoberts were principals. He is (he Kvery eitir.cn of Berea, whether a founder of Iho Gerry Homes in professed christian or not, should Chaulampia County, N. Y an instilake this tium for n careful consid- tution designed for homeless childeration of his personal relationship ren and for aged people. It would lo God; to look at himself in the add to the interest of some to know light of eternal things; to consider that be is the brother of Mrs. llobhimself as belonging to two worlds; erts. He is a forceful, direct, and conami to so prepare himself to live in this world that Im will bo lit to live vincing preacher: not disposed lo forever in tho world to conic Shall bo sensational, but bo deals with wo not take these things into seri- facts, and is not afraid to hew close to the lino and preach tho truth as ous consideration at this time? The meetings will ho held in the he sees it: moreover lie is apt to college chapel. The llrst revival make you believe Ibal bis view of ncV. Sunday service. propcr-vvllUb- onight when Bishop Sellew will him, bring your neighbors, and you preach. Tin; services will ho held will come again. A SUGGESTION d Christian may become wholeThe hearted, newly blessed, a true soldier of the cross. The bewildered sinner, who has tried in vain to find happiness in harmful excitement, may be forgiven, and born again so as to make a new start. Next week is set apart by Berea College for Gospel, Meetings. It is a time lor every body to seek for this one thing needful. Life is short. God offers each one the pearl of great price. "The Kingdom of God has come nigh unto you." half-hearte- The one thing needful for an immortal soul it to be right with God. We all know, without Bible or preacher, that we are not right with God. The Gospel means "good tnews" or "glad tidings," and the good news is that we may get right with God. Facing Our Temptations (A Sermon delivered in the Congregational House at Chautauqua N. Y., Aug. 3, 1913, by Rev. C. Rexford Raymond, of Brooklyn, N. Y.) .Vole: Brother Haymond is lov ingly remembered as a former Superintendent of extension work for Berea. He will ho our Commence ment Orator next June. Text: "Wherefore let him that Ihiukelh be slandelh take heed leat be fall. There bath no temptation taken you but such as man can bear: but Cod is faithful, who will not sutler you lo be tempted nbove that ye are able; hut will with tho temptation make also the way of escape, (hat ye may be able lo endure it." I 2or. 10:12-1- 3. This text reminds us thai temptation is n fact facing each of us. We are tempted not to face our tcmpta- - arrested development which is so pathetic n fact in human life. The unlimited capacity for growth is tho mark which Ood has put upon Uie human soul, and it is always sin lo be less than your best. President King has expressed it in this way. I summarize his argument: "Growth, influence, freedom and sanity depend on tho enlarging of the circle of interests." And it is the defect of modesty which lays us open to tho temptation of timidity and lazion tho ness. Thus ono hand nnd timidity on the other aro typical attitudes which make us all liable lo fall. Mow ill all wi recoanixe our tiai- tatlok? How may I recognize mine? Hoy.wJH yoii .recognize yours? I make uifee "suggestions. First: To ignore your speoiflc temptation means that you yield lb it. Second: Don't bo afraid to face the facts of life. If you are wiso physically you will bo willing lo put yourself in tho hands of a physician. Indeed, if you aro to get your life insured you must do this. Your examiner will consider every organ of your body. Ho, will nolo your weak spot and, kuowing that 'weak spot, if you aro wise, you will make it your business to make (bat spot strong. You will not say that bo- cause your heart is sound you will ignore threatened tuberculosis of tho lungs. But this is just tho temp tation in our spiritual life. You will say, "I am not templed to drink," and feel strong in that fart, ignoring the temptation which is your Now there is a great weak spot. .similarity between this medical ex animation and the facing of tho facts concerning your temptation. Because wo all know that people aro afraid lo face the facts about their body just as wo aro unwill ing to face honestly and fairly tho fuels concerning our moral imperfections. But if wo aro to succeed in living at our best wo must bo willing to face tho facts. Third: If you have decided thai you will not ignore your temptation and if you aro willing to face nil the facts, you can most easily and directly recognize your peculiar temptation by contrasting your life with tho great and successful lives of the past and the present. This is the great value of reading biography. Contrast tho facts concerning the lives of others in great crises with tho action of our own soul in similar critical moments. Supremely valuablo for this is the life of Christ. Faco tho life of Christ nnd tho best among us must say with Paul, "I count myself not yet to have apprehended." Three or four common temptations of life among tho multiludo of temptations occur to me at this moment as illustrations of ways in which ho who thinketh ho staudcth may easily fall. First, thero is tho temptation to be unforgiving. Stu dents tell us that people differ very much in this respect. Thero aro two Sonjo peoplo kinds of memories. remember easily only happy things. It is not hard for such peoplo to for give. For they naturally forget tho unpleasant things. Other peoplo have what Is called an Indian mem ory. They easily remember only Iho unhappy things of life. A slight, an injury, fancied or real, " ll is a fine thing to be able to WORLD NEWS travel nnd see tho world; but if you cannot do that, the next best thing is lo read a newspaper which contains news from nil parts of the world. A special feature this week is the series of world wonders on page 2, including Illustrations and descriptions. CONTENTS THIS WEEK. Berea's Hevival Meetings. Editorial The Ono Thing Needful. Facing Our Temptations by How 0. Itexford Haymond. World News Antarctic. Kxpcditiou. U. S. News To Fortify Hawaiian Islands. Ky. News Oil Output Increased. PAGE 1. PAGE 3. Primitive Currency. Velocity of Light. On the Funny Side. World Wonders. Hides Wild Moose. "Suffering Notes: Temperance Trades." PAGE Agriculture 3. Mountain Winter Plowing Important, The Hyo Crop. Practical Farm Talk. Feeding tho Dairy Cow. Sunday School Lesson "The friendly Neighbor." PAGE 4. Berea Personals. College Hems. Un- Kansas City Convention. to Mrs. Dinsmore, F.uphoinln K. Corwin. ' Mercy Sunday. PAGE PAGE 6. Continued Story, "Cy Whittakcr's Place." Short Story, "Accused." PAGE 7. A Corner for Women Kgglcsa llecipes; Smooth Hands in Cold Weather. Tho Children's Hour Let's Pretend Daddy's Hcdtimo Story. Progress I vo Young Farmer. Our Much Abused Language. Children (liven Lays. PAGE 8. A Word of Warning from Mr. Knight. Eastern Kentucky News. Poem: "I Can't 1" Cincinnati Markets. Continued Cold in Europe. The long continuance of intense cold in central part of France brought out numbers of wolves from I lie forests. A little girl returning Tho from school was devoured. searching parties found only parts of her apron and u few bones. The w robl is growing more intense. zero is registered in parts of the country. It is feared that the late wheat crop will be destroyed. Intense cold prevnils in northern Italy. Aviator Temple Killed. The tlrsl English Aviator to loop the loop, (ico. Temple, was killed at lleudou while making a dilllcult A gust of wind turned bis dive. machine upside down, and it crashed to the ground. Danish King Speaks for Phonograph. Tho tlrsl European monarch to preserve his speeches by phonograph is King Christian X of Denmark, wlio repealed into a phonograph his proclamation and the public speech that lie delivered from the balcony of the palace at tho time of his coronation, Paris and Athens Linked Together. A projected new lino of railroad connecting the Piraeus, Alliens nnd Larissa lload with the Oriental Hail-rowill give direct connection between Paris and Athens, nnd reduce tho time of the journey to GO hours. The contract for the building of (bis road was signed at Paris by the Creek Minister and the French contractors in the presence of tho Greek Premier. Tho road is to be completed within W months. No Peace Till Huerta is Overthrown. Gen. Carranza arnounces that leaco will bo established in Mexico with tho triumph of tho Constitutionalist order. This is his answer to a lined of messages asking for peace in Mexico sent by various peace societies in England, Itussia, llelgiuiu, Portugal, Switzerland, HolAmongst these land and Spain. were messages from prominent Spanish publicists anil politicians. A serious uprising of the Serrano Indians in tho department of Pueblo is indicated by anittaek on a train on tho Hidalgo llnilroad. Tho train was ditched and llrearms wero taken from tho passengers, who report (hat in thai region thero are at Uo-toad Rev? C. Rexford Raymond (Continued on Fire.) lion. Wo often discuss temptation with the thought that it is peculiar to other classes of people. We think of it tr peculiarly common to young peoplo and to people who are not Bui Paul reminds us Christians. thai he who Ihinketh be slandelh is (lie one to take heed lesl ho fall. Whfe temptation is common to young people, there is a certain kind among those of of mature years who aro members of the church and who have achieved triumph of character, which makes such persons subject lo very dangerous temptations. In mature years when wo aro not conscious of the scrutiny of others, many of tho safeguards of youth aro gone. Tho young man knows that ho is under the eye of his parents, his employers, his teachers and the new friends whom he is constantly making. This scrutiny makes him watchful over himself lesl he fall under the condemnation of those who aro in position to advance his interests. But thoso of us who aro in tho stormy forties aro deprived of tho advice which is so freely given to tho young. Advice is not given unsought to thoso who aro of advanced years. Further, tho temptations of the religious sheltered life in mature years aro increased becauso a certain conlldenco born of achieved results replaces tho caution observed by one who is experimenting amid the problems of life. Now the which gives temptation its insidious power is tho defect of tho valuable quality of and thus tho very power which comes (o us by years of growth nnd achievement should make us "lake heed lesl wo fall." There is another quality of life, beautiful in itself, which also contains the germs of peril. If is tho defect of timidity is tho defect of modesty. Everyone admires modesty. But ex cessive modesty is a temptation to stop growing. It is tho cause that co self-relian- ce, self-relian- (Continued on rte Fire.) Normal Appropriation Cut. Federal Prison Reforms. Following the Investigation of thu Attorney General Mcltey nobis has made investigations in Iho Federal Eastern Kentucky Slato Normal, it prisons during the past few months has been ordered that tho annual ami has worked out plans for tho appropriation be reduced to $r0,00n. radical changes in the method of It is also recomiiieiidcd'lhal a small operating them nnd in tho handling tuition he charged. Tin? IH,O0O farm must bo sold. II. of prisoners. "lie contemplates tho abolition of the convict system in is tho opinion of tho Legislature making articles for the market. Ho that a knowledge of Agriculturo is is known to ho opposed lo the idea not necessary for a school teacher and therefore the Slato Attorney is of convict labor. instructed to dispose of tho farm. Speaker Clark Busy. Tho intentions of the Regents of Speaker Clark declined an invitation lo attend tho Democratic din- the school aro recognized as honest ner last week. He explained that ho and sincere, bill were thought to had declined all dinners nnd social bo mistaken. We aro sorry lo seo such action timet inns except those bo must attend in liis ollicial capacity. He has taken. no lime for banquets and docs not Bell County to Get Deer want to dig his grave with his own A 2,000 acre trad is being laid off 1 eel as umsl of tho public men and on Iho soul hern side of Pino Mounarmy and navy officers did tain in Bell County for tho use of twenty deer which will soon bo sent Alaska Bill Failed The Sonalo passed the bill for a from Wisconsin. government-constructennd owned d Kentucky once had plenty of deer railroad in Alaskn, 1,000 miles long. and it Is good to seo them coming The building of this railroad will back again. open up the great coal fields. The Tho preserve on Pino Mountain peoplo of Oregon, Washington and will make an excellent homo Tor Alaska aro overjoyed over tho pass them and other wild animals arc to ing of the bill bo placed in it when they can be obFund for Red Cross American Aca tained. demy. Smallpox Abroad. Tho rtockefellcr Foundation, an Many cases of smallpox have nounced the appropriation of $10- ,- broken out in the construction 000 a year for ten years for tho sup- enmps of tho L. Sc. N. between Paris port of the American Academy of and Winchester. The camps are Arts in Rome, and of 910,000 for tho under strict quarantine, but despite relief thru tho American Fled Cross all precautions several cases havo of suffering in Bulgaria duo to, tho developed in Paris. Balkan War. In Letcher county this disease is Standard of Admission to United also spreading and tho health officers States. nave issued warnings, makiiw It a Congress lias been advised that criminal offense nunisliablo hv the problem of Asiatic immigration heavy fines for persons infected could be solved by raising tho stan- with smallpox to go into public dard of admission so as lo include places. in tho list of excluded aliens thoso Every effort should bo exerted lo persons not able to pass tho physi prevent tho spread of disease. cal tests required of recruits for the Legislature Still Investigating. United Stales Army. The legislature lias not yet rotten To Fortify Hawaiian Islands. down to real work but still con A bill lo provide an cxlcnsivo sys tinues investigating. Monday a ser- tenr of waiT fersSiftr aiaiiist Hawaiian Islands is proposed in the ham J. Shackelford and Percy Haly annual fortifications bill, reported for lobbying. Tho basfs of the to tho House Jan. 23rd. The bill charge was a quotation from tim provides $157,000 to build fortifica Cincinnati Enquirer which states tions as a part of tho War Depart that these men had an important. ment's plan lo establish a strong but unofficial, part in the onraniza- military post supplemental to the of tho legislature. Ono of the arti Hawaiian naval base. cles of tho resolution for investiga The Hawaiian Islands arc tho tion reads as follows: center of the Pacific trade routes, Whereas, the statements con and whoever holds them will exer- tained in said publication, if uncise very great inllucnce, if not con true, are a libel on tho integrity and trol in time of war. independence of the General As More Firms Adopt Ford Plan. sembly, and if true, aro an evidence Co., of the degeneracy The Stamhaugh-Thompsof this body, now, wholesale hardware dealers, of therefore bo it resolved," etc. Youngslown, Ohavo adopted a buch reports should bo thoroughing system similar to that ly probed for they retlect upon tho put in effect by tho Ford .Motor Car honor of the stale. Company of Detroit. Half of last Other action of the legislature is year's pro tits will bo divided among reported elsewhere. the employes, each receiving an Stanley on the Stump. amount equal to three 1110111113' exHon. A. O. Stanley lias como to tra pay. This is tho tlrst Ohio linn Kentucky from Congress to push his to follow tho Ford plan. campaign for obtaining tho United Thu Danbury Silk Mills of Web- States senatorship. His speech at ster, Mass., has raised the wages Winchester ignored Governor of its. employees ten per cent., and and David K. Smith as cana plan is being perfected by which didates and was completely given the employees will share in Iho over to an attack upon v. company's prollts. Beckham. Mr. Stanley scored Mr. School Thruout the Year. Beckham heavily for his favoritism "The practice of closing tho pub- towards trusts, and lays upon his lic sellouts during the summer .shoulders tho blame for Kentucky's mouths is primitive and preposter- being known as the worst slato in ous and the most important prob- the union in tho protection of lem of today is to keep the city boys trusts. from three months' of loafing in the Callahan Murder Trial up Again. streets." These aro tho words of P. Tho next circuit court in Clark 1'. Clnxtou, Commissioner of tho county will deal with tho Callahan United States Bureau of Education. feud trial sent down from Breathitt He is in favor of a plan for continucounty. D. F. Deaton was convicted ous school thruout tho summer, so at tho last trial of being an arch that two million children may bo conspirator in tho murder but tho trained in vocational work. case was appealed to the Supremo Storm Sweeping the Pacific Coast. Court, "lied" Tom Davison is tho Tho worst storm that Southern next man lo bo tried. California has experienced in many Wrecked Bridge Throws Men Out years, is sweeping that region sinco of Work. Telegraph wires aro Jan. I'.lrd. F.ighl hundred employees of logdown and the electric tralllo around ging camps aro idle becauso of tho Los Angeles has been badly crip- destruction of a bridge at Quickpled. sand on tho Kentucky River. A hook on a log that was being-movemil's "Whit Coal." over tho bridge on a rolling Uraall Is tho richest country today In "white coal" (water power). TI10 fall machine caught, and before tho maof tho Igiinssu on tho frontier of Ar- chine could bo stopped tho bridgo gentina Is superior In extent. In height was dropped into tho river. Tlie loss is estimated at $50,000, nn J In volutuo to Nlflgnrn. The fall Isuassu, or the Santa Maria, Is and thero aro eight hundred men of the fifty meters. That Is seven meter out of work until it can be restored. Coal Mines Bought Up. mora than that of N'lagnra. Its power All of outside capital is not going hag been measured at 14.000,000 horsepower. It Is known that the full or into Kastern Kentucky, for deals Bete QueUas, on the frontier of Para- havo just been closed which transguay, baa about 5,000,000 horsepower, fer 18 mines in western Kentucky to and the cutaruct of Paulo Affonso, on tho Deep Water Coal and Coko Co. tho Sao Francisco river, composed of of Pittsburg. several falls, hat a total level differ This llrni handles foreign trade enco of elgbty-oumeters aud 1,000,000 and plans to erect u largo coal yard 1 on profit-sharMc-CreEx-Goe horsepower. Le Ureal! lCcouoiulijue. (Continued on race Five.) Pngo Two. THE CITIZKN. January 29, 1014. The Citizen A family nswspapsr tor all thtt It right, true and Interesting, rubtiahrd ever)- - T!mrl.i) Jit nttra, Ky RIDES WILD MOOSE FOR "MOVIE" FILM (Conducted by the National Woman's Christian Temperance. Union.) BEREA PUBLISHING CQ. (Inrnrnrntei1) f WM. G. FROST, EditorJo-CRUTH M FALL, Offlc Editor DEAN SLAGLE. ClrtuUllon M.n.i.r Subscription Rates rAYAM.K IN AtlVANCK i Monthi. Three Month HI One Year fi.oo . . . 60 Protection for Diamonds Quldc Risked Life in Leap From SUFFERING TRADES. (8TUONC1 IIY CLINTON M. WllltDH Canoe to Back of Furious ItOWAIUI TO WOflKINf! MEN.) What Is It that keeps labor Buck. factories busy, wages high? Orders. a St. Paul, Minn. "Hob," a guldo, lias performed the difficult feat of riding a cantankerous moose through the waters of u northern luku MPMHI'.R or and lives to tell the talo. So does tne moose and so does a string of moving picture films. The little bay that was the scene of this adventure lay crescent-shaped- , the two points curving Inward toward each other, so that the gateway out to deep water wus only a little more KKNTUCKY 'PKRSS ASSOCIATION, than a quarter of a mile wide. One of tho points was a long sandpit borNo Whiskey Advertisements! dered by reed nnd Illy pads growing lu shallow water. No Immodest News Items! Hero they lay In wnlt among tho If They Had Lived. Hob's plan wan that one shadows. On one occasion a census clerk. In cauoe should head off the moosn and canning one of tho forms to see that prevent his gaining tint shallow water PRIMITIVE CURRENCY. tt bad been properly filled up, noticed and the shore. They wore to drive In the great diamond fields of Klmberley, South Africa, all kinds of prethe figures 120 and 112 under the him out. If possible, through the water Naili, Egos, Tobacco and Codfish at heading "Age of Father, if Living," cautions are taken to keep the workmen and other from stealing the precious gate, or at loast to engage him in a MacfiUmi of Exchange. stones. Our Illustration show the way In which the work compound are long and muscle-wearinand "Age of Mother, If Living." swim, nnd A curious medium of exchange in Hut your parents were never so protected, the gate of Iron piping with circles or barbed wire being when the right time came Hob plan Scotland not muuy yours ngo was old, were they?" queried the astonish- ned to approach In his canoe and perhandmade nails. This is equaled by i ed clerk. forin the feat. Switzerland, where eggs nre still cur- i "No," was the reply, "but they It was with a thrill or excitement rent coin. Eggs would be rather risky would ha' bin, if living.' that the watchers saw the bushes coin to deposit in the bank for sevsway Inshore, and heard the snap of eral reasons, but not so wheat and The Office Boy. dry twigs. Presently the mooe apoats, which have been used for all pur"Mr. Lane called again this mornpeared muzzling anion tho reeds nnd poses of sale and purchase in Norway ing, sir," said the new office boy, as aplashlng along the margin of the even been banked. The na- his employer entered. and hare hay He seemed to feel that all was crop of Mexico is maize tional corn "Very well. Did you tell him I'd not as usual, for every few minutes and not very long ago formed the chief (one to Europe, aa 1 directed?" be paused and gazed around, but as money of that republic. "Yes, air. I said you'd started this tho canoes were down wind, he did In the time of our ancestors to- morning." not scent the men, und seeing noth bacco was used almost exclusively in "That waa right, sonnle. And what Ing wrong he dropped to feeding. Virginia instead of gold nnd silver. In did be say?" Cautiously, and with no noise, the Newfoundland dried codfish was at "He wanted to know when you'd be canoe glided out like a cloud shndow one time a great medium of exchange. back, sir, and I said after lunch." Every time the moose's muzzle went It had the advantage of keeping inunder, the skilful psddler worked el definitely, and it is said that the NewWithout a Doubt lently forward, nnd when his head foundland miser got us much pleasure Book Agent Here's a book you came up, the paddle paused, silver- from the odor of his possession as can't afford to be without "Every wet, dripping and motionless Ho the though It were from Araby. Man His Own Lawyer." canoe worked to within 500 yards of In savage lands they used more curiFarmer Jonea (who onco had a lawous things as money. Salt circulated suit ) Humph! I think an honeater in Abyssinia; cubes of beeswax were came for that book would be "Every the medium in Sumatra, cubes of tea Man His Own Worst Enemy." 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The date lifter your namr on ltel how to what dute your uhctlpUon l paid. If It l not eek after renewal chanreit within three notify tit. Mining numben will le gladly nupplied If we are notified. Liberal term given to any who obtain new suicrlptfons for tit. Anv one tending in four yearly tntncrlptlont ran rVcelveTheCittien free forhrmitlf for one year Ailertling ratmon application. MAKES DEEP Hints Lott en Him. "I always did dislike men who hare no ear for music," said ono girl, "and now t dislike them more than ever. Charley Kovergo called to seo me yesterday evening. At eleven o'clock 1 went to the piano." "And played 'Home. Swoot Home?'" aid the other girl. "Yes. First I played It as a ballad. He didn't move. Then I played It at a waltz, a polka and then a ragtime." "And what did ho do?" "Ho said, 'Gracious, Miss Jones, what a Jolly lot of tunes you know! And all so different!'" represent manufacturers. On what does the manufacturer deWhen the Celluloid Ribbon Was En pend? On the retailer. On what does tho retailer depend? hausted the Monarch of the Woods Waa Left to Ita Own Course Held On the customer with needs to supply nnd money to buy. on by Ears. It Is tho homo market and tho foreign markets that keep the wheels of Minnesota That DIVES travelers Is what 130,000 commercial aro out for orders. They Industry going round. In what way does the saloon affect the hanie market? Jones, tho Kngllsh member i.et of parliament, answer that question: "I met the finished product of the saloon. He was lying In the gutter. He had no hat, the hat traJo was suffering, his coat was full of boles, the clothing trade was suffering; ho had on tho remnant of a shirt, the woolen trade was suffering; ho had on no socks, the hosiery trade waa suffering, he was dirty, tho soap trade was suffering, I can hardly mention a useful Industry In the country that was not affected by that man's Insobriety." Follow this man homo and you would find by an Inventory of his wife and children that tho millinery trade. underwear trade, tho dress goods trade, the ribbon trade, and a hundred other trades were suffering. Ixxk about his home, and you would find that the furniture trade, the carpet trade, the picture trade, the dinner-war- e and cooking utensil trade, and a Teaching Chinese Girls I I hundred more were suffering. Ho with the toy trade and the Christinas tree trade, all suffering because of one man's Insobriety, A round million men were arrested t for drunkenness and disorderly In this country last year, A mil Hon more eluded the watchful eye of our vigilant ollce, were sobered up In the hack room of the saloon, or stag gered unmolested "home." Two million makers of the home market knocked out of the market by the saloon' They have needs to supply, but no money to buy Add their wires and children, the usual average of four with mother, and you have consumers In the home mar ket impoverlahed by the American eon-duc- saloon' labor closn that tremendous leak, lift his brother from the gutter, send him home to h lit family sober, and with bffe pay envelope unbroken by the robber liquor traffic that gives Its customers only sorrow, disease and almoin In eichange for labor's wealth, and It would give up a new home margooda every ket for American-madyear equal to our present foreign market around the world! What could be done with that vast sum of money now poured Into the lap of the saloon? We could build 300,000 homes at $2,000 each, put 11,000 worth of furniture and carpets Into very oae of the 300,000 homes, $1,000 worth of clothing anil wearing apparel In thn closets of every ono of tho 300,000 homes, 100 tons of hard coal In every In the savings bank cellar, and 11.000 to thn rredlt of every one of those 300,000 homes; do all of this, nett year and every succeeding year that those saloons were kept closed! -- "PTitfrif ' J9ffiPiaaaaaaaaaaaaVPtl M .yy&MSSaKBl fl A seconds. Yet the sun Is a near neighbor com pared with the so called fixed which In reality move with Inconcelv able velocity, although the most pow erful telescopes will not show thai velocity as anything but rest Beyond the outskirts of our insignificant Rolnr system are other systems, nnd beyond them still others, so far ns tho sight of man. aided by Instruments, mny bridge the ghastly chasm of the Infinite. Distances beside which the Immense line stretching from earth to sun Is tin invisible point are now measured by means of Itoeiner's speclul discovery ns to the velocity of st-'rlight-Exchange. The Turkish Naval Commander astronomers to estimate accurately tin- enormous distances with which their .' Well, we don't seem to be able to sink science deals. Itoemer found that light ' an unfriendly vessel and we've got traveled nt the rate of 181,000 miles lu to sink something, you know. a second. Tho sun. being distant from Lucky. the earth 02.000.000 miles, nasties light pretty maid know a to us In eight minutes and fourteen I Who ham certainwinning way. such I Early Calculations Have Roemtr'a Stood tho Ttit of Tims. LaaaaaaaV aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV The first astronomer to demonstrate satisfactorily the speed of light was Ole Roomer, a Scandinavian scientist, who read his Immortal paper on thN subject before the Academy at Paris July 22, 1G7S. Itoenier's calculation and conclusions bnve stood the test of time and subsequent Investigations on all Important points. Knowledge ns to the velocity of War Correspondent Why, you Just light was of tremendous Importance to astronomical science, since It enabled aank a friendly vessel. The Chinese educational authorities are adopting Western methods In their schools to an extent that would astonish persons not familiar with the progress that the Orient la making. Our Illustration shows the Interior of a school for girls. delt Railroad Through the Air I Astride, Clinging Like Grim Death hair-trigge- r At bridge I mean, her dabta are paid 'Moat every time aha playa. Tempered Condolence. Neighbor And how's yer guld man this mornln', Mrs. T am son? Mr. Tamaon He deed last nlcht Neighbor I'm real sorry to bear that Yell no remember if ho happened to say onythtng about a pot of green paint before he sllppet awaT Punch. Carefully Explained. "You advertise 'no mosquitoes,'" aid the summer boarder, as he slapped his cheek. "Yes," replied Farmer Coratoisel; "we put that in tho same aa come hotels aay 'no dogs,' meanln' that they will not be wanted." A 8ur Sign. "I think our servant la planning to go somewhere else to work." "What makes you think so? She seem to be quite contented here." "I know, but ahe told me this morning that her grandmother Is not expected to live." lu many Italluu cities there formerly existed what wns culled "pletra or a stone of Infamy for the puulshiueiit of bankrupts. In Venice one stands near the Church of St Mark, and in Verona und Florence they are near the old markets. On n day In cornlvnl week the old time custom was to hove all traders who had become bankrupt In the preceding twelve months led to the stone, mid one by onu each stood on Its venter to hear the reuding of h report of hU business full lire nnd to endure the re- The Ston of Infamy, proaches beuped on him by liU credl At the end of it certain time tors. each bankrupt wuh partly undressed, and three o Ulcers took bold of hi shoulders ami three others of hi rfedgrng. knees and. raising him as high as they "Will you eUnd by me la the atar-prlacould, buuied him on the stuue delibeven If there la damgar of arerately twelve times "lu houor of the twelve upostles." the creditors crowing ret?" "WeH, I dare aay rom wwtt Sad like cocks while the bumping progeod at a ceeded. U Fun for Both. "He a good little boy, aammy, aaa father will take you to tho circus." "All right, father. And toother say If you don't behave yourself ah won't let you take me." a the brute, when at last some sound or scent of man touched the of his Instinct and, with a startled snort, whirl and splash, he, f , BaaaaTWSaaaaaaaaaalaaaaaaalaaaaaarW turned and fared the enemy Instantly how and stem dug In Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawl 'f A A J !Ti 4e?aaaaaaaaasaUYkaaaVaaSaat. furiously with tho paddles, the canoe leaped forward and the chuse bej.an With even and powerful strokes the moose struck out for tho opioslle shore, since the pursuers hud cut In behind him and prevented his return to the sand pit After him churned tho flying craft. The canoe thut had done the first maneuvering now dropped out of the game and Hob's canoo took up the DRINK AND DEATH RATE, pursuit. Kngllsh Insurance companies Inves Steadily it overhauled the animal 100 feet 50, 10 and now tho tigating tho death rate or various bow nearly brushed tho creaturn's vel- classes of people, havo anounced vet. Hob stood up, poised nn Instant that of 61,215 averagn peoplo, 1,000 u..u oiM.iuK nKutiy, ror a moment a die annually; of 61,315 total abetaln-ers- , smother of spray concealed the chief 60 die annually; of CI, 215 liquor actions, men Hob reappeared, grip- drinkers, 1,642 die annually, and In ping the iiiooso'b broad shoulders other words, the death rate for the with his bent knees, Ho had seized threo classes Is as follow: Avorage 1 BBsaaaa' , . '' ' i an ear In each hand, death rate, 18.33 to the 1,000; total abMr. Moose shut off tho power all stainers, 0.14 to the 1,000; liquor A marvel of engineering la this new monorail line, suspended In midair, at onco and storied to buck demier. drinkers, 26.82 to the 1,000. Kansas between Elberfleld and Barmen, Germany. The tracka of this railroad have ately. Is conceded to bo the dryest state la their roadbed In the air, suspended by very wide Inverted steel A moose Is no The the girder. The train la operated by electricity, Its truck wheels running along bucking, however, master of gave art of the Union.advent death rate, thore beHo he of total abstainers over fore the thla single track. An alarming rate of speed Is attained by the train. trying to kick his rider, was 17 to nnd American tourist visiting thla section of the country find great pleasure In his tactics. He now shook rhunged the 1,000-t- he tho 1,000. Now It Is 7.S to lowest In tho world. himself riding on thla line, which wlnda Ita way along the Wupper rlvtr. making the water boll, and then, with' a snort, dived below! QOOD FOR GERMAN ARMY. Hut plucky PLUNGES INTO STREAM. Hob hung on and when tilt) A Peanut Race. There Is good news from tha moose rose, l was still astride, army. At the emperor's order a At one end of the room place two Pittsburg, Perm. Seven people were bowls of peanuts, and at the opposite I do with him "What'll now?" manual on "Alcohol and Tobacco" has Injured, two seriously, when un auto- end two empty bowls. Two children ed Hob to thu canoes, In tho hout. been prepared confifor the Berries by Dr. mobile in which they were returning are each provided with a knife and at dence of one who has conrjuored his lluchlngor, one of the leading physififteen-foo- t from a funeral went over a a signal they place as many peanuts mount. cians of the raarlno. embankment Into Glass Ilun. as they can on the blade of the knife, "Tho films are all gone." replied When about 100 feet from the Glass and carry It to the empty bowl with the operator, "Might as well let hire VITAL QUESTION. Hun Schoolbouso a rear tire of the one hand. Depositing the peanuts, go or he'll be all In." It Is not a question of the saloon machine exploded. The shock of the they return for more. Each child Is So Rob dove backward, over the OTt thn lillllil 1.1 it., aalonal evidently dlsnrrani-aOXtlloslon thn allowed three minutes. A score Is moose's hind quarters, and swam to AND the blind pig. Chicago, with steering gear, for the machine turned kept and the one who has the largmeet the canoe, while thn mnn k.. T.tno arouud several times In the road, then est number of peanuta credited to his ng been set free, struck back uuuio, than Maine. Kansaa and Oklais plunged over the bank. lasted for the shore. name wins the prlie. oombmed. 100-yea- illM agggggggggM QREAT COMPARATIVE LESSON. Dr J H Kellogg of Hattle Creek sanatorium, In a stereoptlcan lecture, pictures thn decay of nations by a aeries of six trees dying at tho top. has the least dead wood, representing the fact that one per no a In every thousand in that country lives to pass the mark, and not a few live for half a century longer Thn United States comes next, but with only one centenarian In 25.000, Then the record grows worse and wroee Spain 44.000, France 190.000, England 200,000, Oermany 700,000. It Is not mere accident that the nation whose favorite drink Is buttermilk stands at the head, whllo the nation which of all theso countries la most given to beer drinking Is lowest In the group A Ilul-garl- a ' Oer-ma- n d 1 January 2t, 101 1. TIIK CITIZEN. use tbe American breed an probably the best" "Have everything ready beforehand and strt your hatching operations early In (lie year." Is the ndvlce of the department of agriculture In connection with the raising of chickens both naturally and Artificially. "A well ventilated cellar Is the best place to operate the Incubator. Bee that the Incubator Is running steadily at the desired temperature before lilting It with eggs. Do not add eggs to a inscblne during Incubation. Turn the eggs twice dully after the second anil through the eighteenth day. Cool the eggs once dully, according to tbe weather, from the seventh through the eighteenth day. Turn the" eggs before caring for tbo lamp. Keop the lamp and wick clean. Test the eggs on the seventh and fourteenth days. Do not open the machine after the eighteenth day until the chickens are' hatched. Ilggs snved for hatching purposes should not ho subjected to high or law temperatures. "The hen Is the moot valuable Incu bator for the farmer If she Is given proper care and attention. In cold wether plnre from ten to thirteen ck'Ss under the lien; In warm weather frotn thirteen to fifteen. "A'ways test the hen on china or nest ergs before setting. Use Insect powder freely to exterminate lice when necessary. February, March and April are the best months for hatching. If several hens arc set In one room It Is desirable to confine them in good nests. Straw and hay make good nesting "Hroody hens should be moved to the nest at night Whole corn Is a good feed for sitting hens. Water, grit and dust baths should 'also to provided. All eggs should be tested bj the seventh day, which often makes It possible to reset some of tbo hens. "Toe murk tbe chickens as soon n th;y are hatched. This will enable you to tell their ages later. Powder tbe chicks occasionally during tbc first elfcbt weeks. Chicks should not receive hours old. fevd until they are thirty-si- Pago Three MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank . Montgomery, Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. way through tho finely porous soil. WINTER PLOWING" IMPORTANT Tliero lias novcr boon ns much plowing, done In litis localiEveryone should read Prof. Lew-I- s' lllllo slory entitled "Tho Water Hoys." II contains greal lessons In regard lo preparation nf llio soil. Kills Insects. Many of our fields arc badly Infested s, wilh and oilier Insect pesls that can moslly bo killed by winter plowing and allowing llictn to freeze. Then loo Micro oro Insects that livo through (ho winter on tho corn stubbles, grass, weeds, etc., that would perish If this Irash were plowed under niul allowed to rot in the soil during tho winter. Manuring the Land. It is an excellent plan to scalier manure thinly over llio Held aflcr winter plowing; it then leaches slowly through tho soil leaving llio plant food in the soil from tho surface downward. Whereas, the strength of a manure that is turned under cannot possibly bo as thoroughly distributed through (he soil. Kvery farmer who keeps 20 or inoro head of horses and cattle should havo a manure spreader, lly Its proper use he can save enough over tho ordinary methods of handling manure to more than pay for (his valuable tool in two or threo years besides doing away with a lot of hard work. cut-worgrub-woim- PRACTICAL TALKS BY GOVERNMENT FEEDING THE DAIRY MmiONAL COWS SIlNMrSQIOOL winter has mil born in an good condition for continuing llio work as il Ir now. In fact old citizens lull mo they never saw tho roads as dry in January as they havn been this month. Tho average rainfall, at llerca during tho last CI years has been 1.2 inches for December and 4.1 incites for January. December Just past had .'l.fl inches, and January so far only 1.0 inches, making a deficiency of nearly 3.0 inches of winter rainfall so far this season with llio ground unusually dry in November. This means that. If (ho ground is left unbroken until April, tho rains of February and March, which arc more apt to roino in tho form of dashing showers than liko the steady rains of December and January, will mostly run off into the lstrcams. Whereas If tho ground Is broken H to 10 inches deep anil left unharrnwed a largo amount of tnolsturo can lie caught and held for the use of the coming crop. Deep Plowing. You can always plow deeper in winter than in spring. Tho wealh-- er is cooler and tho team can stand As a usual thing (he it belter. ground is inolster and softer, and there are not so many live roots in tho soil which of courso materially lessens tho draft. If subsoil below any previous plowing is turned up tho freezing and thawing and action of the atmosphere aid very inurli in bringing this soil into condition. So one can safely turn up two inches of subsoil in winter where il would be advisable to turn up only one Inch in spring. Sabsoilltip. If your ground is not loo strong and you have horses or mules not doing much it will pay you well to follow in every furrow of the breaking plow with a plow and dig up tho bottom of the furrow from 1 to (5 Inches deeper. This will give you loose earth down 12 to Ik inches and will wonderfully increase tho capacity of tho soil to hold moisture. Don't Plow When too Wet.. If your ground Is too wet to plow now it needs ditching. Do that work now as suggested in last week's Citizen. If plowed when too wet your soil is likely to puddlo and bake, so you may have trouble with it for years. On tho other hand if II crumbles tip properly when turned il will become more ami inoro porous with occasional freezing and thawing and will work up mellow in April in preparation for planting so thai every minute particle of soil will bear its burden of moisture holding plant food elements in solution ready for the delicate root hairs lo absorb as they tlud their hull-longuc ty as lias been dono ho far tills winter, and probably llio ground FARM EXPERTS No. II Use of Foreign Plants. Selecting Good Breed of Chickens. Returns From Good Feeding Are Prompt and Sure DRAW YOUR PAY AT ONCE Lesson Mty R. O. HKM.Knfl, Chicago.) Director of Evenln Department, the lloodr iMble Institute, LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 1 THE UNFRIENDLY NEIGHBOR. TKXT-Lu11:1-1- (Official News Summary sf Up to Date Matters Compiled by ths Unitsd 8tatss Dtpartmsi't sf Agriculture.) United States department agriculture Is distributing agricultural Institutions 00.000 foreign plants of miscellaneous types, among which aro the Cblncso wood oil tre. the Chinese Jujube and the papaya. The Chinese wood oil tree produces one of the best drying oils known. It la stated that the uie of this oil baa already had a revolutionary effect on the varnish Indimtiy of the United States. It has lurgely taken the place of kauri gum and has made possible the manufacture of a quicker drying TUB 1 permneiit sitting THE RYE CROP. tho ryo you sowed last fall? If your land is level enough to run over with a hinder it will probably be well to harvest and thrash il for seed. If seed ryo is as high next fall as usual It will pay belter than wheat on tho most of our soils. Vcr-hait may be well for you to sow grass and clover seed in llio rye in February or March. If you do not you can gel your crop of ryo off tho land the last week in Juno and sow it (o cowpeas on or before July 1 which will enablo you to gel an excellent pasture for young hogs, and perhaps a crop of hay and leave tho land in as good and probably better condition than when llio ryo was ps What aro you going to do with cut off. Rye for Pasture. On steep ground probably Hie best use to make of the ryo Is to pasturo il off with most any kind of stock. It is mosl nutritious when less than a foul high. Hut too many slock must not bo turned in or il will not last long. Borne stalks may grow up and head out. You can realize at least 80 ccnls lo 90 cents a bushel for your ryo and improvo land by turning in good hogs when it is nearly ripo and let them hog it down. Plowing Under. Probably tho best returns from rye arc to bo obtained by pasturing moderately until about May 1, and then chopping up with disk harrow the considerable amount of green growth left and turning it under for corn, sorghum, or cowpeas. FREE TO FARMERS HAPPY OLD AGE AND YOUTH Ambassador Choate Discovers Eighth Decade of Life Was Bert of All Oood World to Live In. has Ita peculiar compensations, the Philadelphia ledger declares. When a young man Is In college, or a lad at school, he often told by his elders that these are the happiest years of his life, and that he should niako the best of their brief duration. Old age will creep upon him and life will Impose an Increasing burden of responsibility, and he must gather the roses while he may before the cruel frost of custom, as Wordsworth called it, has nipped bis budding aspiration. Mr. Choate, while ambassador to England, said he had dlscorered that the eighth decade of life was the best of all. If an old man does not let himself relapse Into egotistical garrulity his recollections of a useful past may be a source of unfeigned pleas, ure to others as well as to his own retrospective mind. It was tho satisfaction of a life well lived to which 8lr Walter Scott could bear testimony to Lockhart, when tho Wliard of the North knew that tho end was near. Youth starts out on the long road eager and hopeful, buoyant to try Con elusions and refusing tho thought of failure. It Is a fine thing when a man Imports Into maturity and even Into old age tho "Indomitable soul" that will not surrender to tho years and has not been saddened by disillusion or by the loss of faith In human nature. It Is a good world to live In at fourscore or at tho rounded century an even better place than It was when childhood accepted without questioning an earthly paradise. 1 Bach era of our live lly special arrangement the Ilatc-ki- u Seed House of Shenandoah, Iowa, will mail a copy of their big 1UII illustrated Seed Hook, and a sample of their famous "Diamond Joe's Uig White" seed corn that has a record of over 200 bushels per acre, free to every .reader of this paper who may bo interested in tho Crops they plant. This book is n complete compendium of farming and farm and garden seeds. It tells how lo grow big crops and nil about best varieties of seed corn for your locality; also Seed Oats, Wheat, Barley, Spellz, Grasses, Clovers, Alfalfa, Pasturo and Lawn 'Mixtures, Seed Potatoes and nil other farm and garden seeds. This seed book is worth dollars to all in want of seeds of any sort. It's frco to all our rentiers. Write for it and mention this paper. The address is RATEKIN'S SEED HOUSE, Shenan704. doah, Iowa. Box (ad) Solving ths Marrtags Problsm. "The stenographer's leaving us to get married, sir." "Thnt iiinkcs live wo lost In the last two years by the matrimony route, doesn't Itl" "Yes, sir." "Then hire time. In cool weather ten to thirteen chicks are sufficient for one ben. while In warmer weather fifteen to twenty can It Is Hlso a drought resisting plant be cared for successfully. Never mix are muny wild cpccles on which chicks of different ages. Confine the There It can be grafted and which will ben chicks arc weaned. The grow In scmlurld territory or on alkali coop until tbe for hen nrd chicks should be well land. suffiventilated, easy to clean It IS doubtful whether there is any cient propoitloi.s to Insureand of comfort" fruit tree In the world thnt grows as rapidly as the puiuya or that yields In Common Distaste and Treatment. so short a time. There Is probably no "All dlsuubcd birds should be isolatbetter known fruit tree In the tropics than the papaya, which Is now well ed." states the department of agriculdistributed throughout the frostlcss re- ture In discussing the different discuses gions of the globe. Ths tree bears n so common among chickens and their delicate, wholesome and delicious fruit remedies. The several diseases aud especially valuable for Invalids and their cures us set forth by tbe departothers with weuk digestion. There Is ment are: constant demand for good varieties of Colds and lloup. Disinfect the drinkthis fruit In the south. It grows to ing Water aa follows: To each gallon perfection In southern Florida, and. of water add tbe amount of potassium since It has been successfully grafted, permanganate that will remain on the varieties of standard excellence enn be surface of u dime. cultivated. The Juice or the fruit furCanker. Sprinkle a lltt'e flowers of nishes the papain of commerce, which sulphur In tLe mouth and throat of the la used extensively as a digestive. bird and put some chlorate of potash In the wuter; also carefully remove the exudate with tbe aid of warm water Lessons In Horn Canning. To eliminate waste and save surplus, and apply a J per cent solution of to encourage greater production, to creolln to the diseased tlssu. Chicken I 'ox. Apply a touch of Iodine teach labor ami time saving In home canning, to arouse greater Interest In and carbolaicd vaseline to each sore. Gapes. New ground and vigorous efficient ami economic home management, to teach relation of borne man- cultivation will often remedy this trouagement to farm and business man- ble. agement and to establish a more direct Scaly Legs. Apply vaseline containroute for foodstuff from soil to stom- ing 1! per cent of creolln to tie affecthours ach. ed parts and uftcr twenty-fou- r Tho above are reasons set forth by soak in warm soapy water. Repeat the department of agriculture In the treatment until cured. Interest of home cunning, and here are Diarrhea In Hens. Low grado wheat some of tho results us advanced by flour or middlings is good for this trouthe department: ble; also give tcuspoouful of castor oil Greater huniiin etllcleucy through a containing five drops of oil of turpenproperly fed body: fruit vegetables tine to each fowl. and greens as substitutes for patent Dowel Trouble. Well boiled rice mixmedicine; greater Joy In living and a ed with a little charcoal will often longer life; fruit and vegetables for check this complaint Dissolve fifteen human diet every day, and the use of grains of crude outsell u In each gallon fruit and vegetables to keep out of of drinking water. graves aud pourhotisos. Demonstration Work In South. Selecting Good Brd. As the result of grass demonstration "Ho sure that the mulo at tho head of work conducted by the department of the flock Is pure bred. Pure bred poul- agriculture during the past few years, try means uniformity of products. Uni- southern farmers are beginning to formity of products means Increased grow crlmsou nud bur clover and othprofits If products ure properly mar- er legumes very exteusively. aud the keted." ndvUes tho United States de- demand for seed from tbe south ut partment of agriculture to farmers aud present has been unprecedented. From poultryuieu in order that they may get reports received from agents of the tho most protltnble results from pouldepartment. It was believed that more try raising. than 100,000 ucres would bo sown In "The Mediterranean or egg breeds crimson aud bur clover and vetch in aro Leghorns, Mlnorcas, Spanish, Ulue the southern states In the fall of 1013 Anduliisluti aud Ancoims: the Ameri- on farms where none of these crops can or general purpose breeds are bare ever been grown before. Plymouth Rocks. Wyandottes, Javus. Lespedeza Is rapidly spreading over Dominique. Itbodo Isluud Iteds aud Louisiana, south Mississippi and ArBuckeyes: the A italic or meat breeds kansas, and the department has bad are Ilrulunaa. Co:blns aud Laugshans. some very successful demonstrations and the Kngllnh breeds ore Dorkings. with this crop In south Alabama durOrpingtons and lledcaps. For farm ing tbe year. varnish which Is le;is liable to crack mdc from kauri gum. and It tins been found of special value In waterproof priming for cement Experiments have shown tbnt the trees can be grown successfully In tho United States. TUcy are being cultivated bear Tallahassee, 11 a. Tho Chinese Jujube produces one of the Ave principal fruits of China and haa been cultivated for at least 4,000 years. It Is highly esteemed In the Celestial Kingdom and has hundreds of varieties. The tree Is being successfully grown at Chlco, Cal., and the fruit has been csndleU In sirup and dried. Many of the varieties preserved have almost th! sUc. shape, color and flavor of dates It Is a fruit as delicious as dates and capable of being frown hundreds of miles farther north than the date palm. Trecs grown In VVcshlngton were entirely uninjured, bj temperatures 20 degrees below cero. Ilcsldes Its cold resistance, tbc Jiijulc has the great advantage of being ulmost Immune to frost In spring bcruufe the leaves and flowers appear very lute In the season. than that mm.;. 'i 'Wcrr A TEST StCK HEN n male When ho get stenographer this nmrrletl he'll be De- darn glml to hang on to his Job." troit Free Press. All A Gone. great-grandso- veteran, talking to bis a little lad of eight or nine years, remarked: "Nearly a generation and a half ago my head was grazed by a bullet at the battle of Chlcksmauga." The little boy looked at the old Thounhtf ul. nan's head thoughtfully and said: Diner Is there any soup on the bill There Isn't much grazing there of fare? Wulter There was, sir, but now, is there granddad T" I wiped it off, Livingstone I.ance. A Brooklyn policeman arrestee a man for biting his hand. The man awore be was only kissing It As no mark was on the hand, the magistrate decided that the policeman must prove the difference between a kiss nil hit a tn ttlA and nf ifAUmlnn' whether gracious acknowledgment of homage paid or Pasteur treatment was In order. Thta problem certainly beata the record. ' I LESSON ke Does Not Pay to Run a Cow on Half CIOLUKN TKXT-"A- ik and It shall b Capacity Big Amount of Milk Yields liven unto you; Keek, and ye shall And; knock and It shall b opened unto you." Are Secured Only When the Cow Luke ll:. Eats a Large Amount of Feed. ' The only record we have of this parIt pays to Iced good dairy cows'. able Is In this gospel. Thla portion of The returns are prompt and sure. You Scripture la usually thought of as befeed the cow, take your bucket and go ing a great teaching on prayer. It Is right around and draw your pay at that, and It la more than that It Is a great Illustration of the sound princionce. The first essentia! In feeding Is that ples of pedagogy employed by that an ample quantity of feed be supplied. wonderful Dlbls teacher, our Lord and It does not pay to rtin an engine upon Savior. I. Teaching by example (v. 1). There half capacity. Neither does It pay to run a cow on half capacity. Dig milk was that in the prayer life of Jesus yields are rcnjed only when tbe cow that was different than that of the religionists of his day, someeats a large amount of feed. It la also Important that the feed thing that Inspired the request, "Lord shall be correctly balanced, and shall teach us to pray." His prayer life was furnish the elements necessary to different, It waa effectual. Notice, In maintain the cow and to furnish the passing, the respect of the disciples material which go to make up milk. "when he had ceased." It then la one Next, the ration should be palatable, lesson the oncoming generation needs that la of such a nature that the cow to learn It Is that of reverence. Ills will relish It Pasture grass and silage prayers were too sacred to permit of are splendid axamples of palatable any Intrusion. His praying alio awoke feeds, as are aUo such feeds as wheat In their memory the prayer life of bran, oil meal and cotton seed meal, John the Baptlser. There la deep psyfresh and not musty, and bright, sweet, chology here. Observation, memory, perception, concept, all In their logical hay. Next tbe feeei shall be economical or order. cheap. Some feeds are palatable and Most Wonderful Prayer. The well balanced, but are entirely too exII. Teaching by formula (vv. pensive for cow feed. At times wheat human mind is weak and needs that bran, oats and oil meal must be placed assistance which la to be found In a In tbe class of feeds which are too ex- clear statement of truth. Not always pensive for profitable uae for feeding can we have the benefit of a strong In large quantities. Home grown feeds personality. Hence Jesus gives ua a are usually thw most economical, aa formula, or prayer, often called the feeds grown on the farm do not have "Lord's Prayer," hut mora correctly the producers' profit placed upon them. termed "the disciples' prayer." This Corn and the legume hays, such aa Is in some respects the world's most clover, alfalfa and cow peas form a wonderful prayer, certainly the most perfectly balanced, home grown ration. familiar. Lacking la personal proThose dalrymep, aa a rule, secure the nouns. It begins with that matchless greatest profits who grow large conception of Qod, "our Father," It descends step by step frpm a consideraamounts of feed on the farm. Another Important matter In suc- tion of bis hallowed name, his kingcessful cow feeding Is that the cow dom, and his will (Luke 22:42) In be given a sufficient variety. A cow heaven and upon earth, down to the tires if forced vc eat a single feed for queatlon of our need of dally food. It a long period without change. A mix- then sweeps backward through the reture of several different feeds serves lations of mankind to each other, to temptation, to. the power, of sin, back to whet the con's appetite. An ample quantity of good, clean (Matt. 6:13) to God once more, back roughage Is exceedingly Important to the Alpha and Omega. In it la InThis la heat furnished by clover, cow-pe- a vocation, supplication and adoration. or alfalfa, hay, corn stover or si- It sweeps the whole gamut, at loan's lage. Best results are obtained when need, physical, mental and spiritual It begins In heaves, It encircles tbe s roughage constitutes about of ths cow's ration by weight Ths earth, it rebounds to those realsas of following grain mixtures give splendid glory front which the Son came, and to which he returned. A study of the results when fed to milk cows: (a) 400 pounds corn and cob meal, prayers of the saints, living and dead, ought to be more emphasised. This 100 pounds cotton seed meal. (b) 400 pounds corn and cob meal, kingdom here mentioned Is yet to be ISO pounds dried distiller's grains, 100 fully established. A kingdom demands a king (Rev. 22:20);, its beginpounds cotton seed meal. (c) 400 pounds corn and cob meal, ning, though, la n the hearts pf men; 200 pounds wheat bran, 100 pounds It Implies entire submission to God's will (Luke 22:42); it delights In doing cotton seed meal. (d) 400 pounds corn and cob meal, that will (John 6:38, Eph. :6); it de200 pound grouud oats, 200 pounds mands an entire sanctlflcatlon .of our lives, and a desire that his will shall cotton seed meal. In connection with good legume hay rule In the earth (1 Theep., 4:3), The and sllkge tbe cow should be given fifth petition Is not the prayer of the one pound of the mixture for each unsaved sinner (John 9:31). Fellowf pounds of ship with God depends upon our willthree to three and milk given, when the roughage Is not ingness to forgive others (Matt 6:14, a legume. 1 pound grain mixture to 15; Mark 11:26); but that Is not the ground of God's forgiveness (JEph. 1:7; 2H to 3 pounds of milk. 4:32). God does not tempt men (Jas. A cow of ordinary size will consume thirty pounds of silage per day to ad- 1:13); he does permit temptation to vantage, and when silage la fed the assail us, such as modern economic conditions (Mark 1:12, 13), but God f. amount of hay required Is reduced never allows us to be tempted above Two good home grown rations ars what we can bear (1 Cor. 10:13). Volumes have beea written about thla as follows: (e) 10 pounds crushed corn and all prayer and yet Ita fulness has not even and clover hay ths been suggested. The teacher who the alfalfa, cow-pereally prays cannot be a failure, for he cows will clean up. (f) 10 pounds crushed corn, corn has the power of God behind his labor. stover at liberty, alfalfa, cow-peor He must, however, not limit himself to his prayer only (Phil. 4:6; Jas. 6:13, clover hay. The most Important constituent of a 14). The Christian's prayer, must be dairy feed Is protein.. Cotton seed in the name of Christ, which Is not meal, oil meal, wheat bran, dried dis- named here, for he was not yet crucitiller's grains, alfalfa, cow-pe- a and fied. The Holy 8plrlt clover hay are examples of feeds rich "A III. Teaching by parable (vr. In protein. The protein la used principally in the production of the casein parable la an earthly story wth a or curd of milk, and a large quantity heavenly meaning." Only the teacher Is required for thta purpose. The value who can translate truth Into terms .of of a feed Is largely determined by the "It Is like" has really begun to teach. quantity of digestible protein which Let us beware, however, of a wrong comparison and of to vivid details. it contains. Good results have been secured This la not a picture of God, only by when the ration consisted of corn si- way of contrast la he suggested. There are three friends here: (1) The needy lage, cotton seed meal and cow-pe- a or clover hay and corn atover. 'With one in bis Journey; (2) tbo needy one silage, cow-pe- a or clover hay, feed one who waa host, and (3) the needy one pound of one of the above grain mix- who was a selfish neighbor. The pauf tures to three and to four perism of tho second was Inexcusable pounds of milk given by the cow. It (Phil. 4:19); the wandering of the Is safe to feed tbe cow about all tbe first at night time cannot go unchalsilage she. will clean up. The same Is lenged (Matt 28:20). As for It was a moat unseasonable hour true of hay. The wise dairyman will grow silage and his friend's Insistence waa unreahay and will sonable, yet, his Insistence emphaslxed and corn and protein-ricbuy protein only to a limited extent the urgency of the request and the conand then In the form of such feeds as fidence of a friend. IV. Teaching by contrast (vt. cotton seed meal, dried distiller's grains, etc. A small amount of wheat Pedagoglcally considered this Is the. bran or oil meal may be occasionally application. Notice It is Introduced by added for the sake of palatablllty aad the word "for" and. the summary Is tho sum and substance of all good, the. variety. Ths mixtures mentioned above are Holy Spirit. Jesus contrasts bread,, only a few of the possible mixtures that which preserves life, with a stone,, which may be used with good results. which is dead and lifeless. He conMore complete Information on the sub- trasts fish, one of the moat commoni ject of profitable feeding and handling meat foods, with a serpent, which sigof dairy cows may be obtained by nifies deception, and an egg, which la. communicating with the dairy depart not only nutritious but reproductive-aweH, with a scorpion, which has In ment of tbe Stata University Expert It the sting of death. Each promise la ment Station. W, D. NICHOLLS, predicted upon a command (Jas. 4:2), ask, seek, knock, Kentucky CoUaga at Agriculture well-cure- d 2--4). two-thirdone-halone-hala a one-halthe-thir- d, h s Pago Four. THE CITIZEN. Mr. Hugh Albert Cameron, a of Miss Jean Cameron, recently January COLUIE ITEMS 29, 1014. oool look the examination for tho Rhodes COLLEGE vs. ACADEMY Scholarship in South Dakota, passThe II 1st basket ball game he ing the examination successfulIweeu tho College nnd Academy wns ly; but was barred from receiving played Monday afternoon. Tho gnrno NEWS OF BERBA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A I ho scholarship because of the fact wns hard fought and clean played. VARIETY OF SOURCES IN VALUES thai he was iiol n native of that The College men showed superior NO LET-U- P stale and had also received his ed- training ami team work. They won LASTS 12 DAYS ONLY ucation elsewhere. by the score of 2rt-l- !. Capt. Doug Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Hart of Welch regulates tho prices, others las did the most brilliant playing Ohio, have been visiting follow when they can. (ad) for the College, winning II points, Biggest reduction ever offered at any sale in 'n town for several days, and Capl. llemhree's fine work won Mr. T, L, Walker, Dress Goods, Ladies' and Misses' Coata, Men's and Mr, John VanWinklo who has of Lexington, was in Berea this eleven points for the Academy. Tho Ladies' Shoes, Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps. Prices been in town for some time Is ex- week. He brought his son who will line-u- p cm r hon it ibs wns as follows: cut from 20 to 50 per cent on everything consisting of oyer Beret Bank & Trait Co pecting his folks In arrive in a few enter the Academy. College: liaison, c; Douglas, r. f., days from Illinois. They will move Ladies' and Men's furnishings. Hackel, I. f.; Hughes, I. p.; Parker, into the old VanWinklo home which DUR0C-JERSEDAN H. BRECK HOGS FOR SALE. r. g. Mr. VanWinklo now owns. He has Academy: llembrtv, 0.; Bowman, A few head of stock hogs for 9.1lo Fire, Life, Acdfa, tmi lire Stock recently SALE BEGINS MONDAY, FEB. 2 , been placed in charge of at M. L. Spink, r. f.; Gray, l.f.; Hunter, I. g.; Philreasonable price. I ho INSURANCE manager for tho slate as CLOSES SATURDAY FEB. 14 lips, r. g. Berea, Ky. Range Co. of South Will sign your bond. All the men did excellent work Bend, Intl., with whom ho has been Kichmcmi, Ky. and each team is to be congratu Mmm 305 FOR SALE associated for a number of years. Just what you have been wanting, lated on lis good playing. Mr. J. B. Richardson, went to an Ironing board with adjustable L. & N, TIME TABLE Richmond Monday to give bond as stand. These were used in the old THE KANSAS CITY CONVENTION North Bound, Local R. L. Richardson's laundry. Only a few left. Inquire G. C. MeKnown. n student at Knoxville 7:00 a. m 10:65 p. m, administrator of BEREA, KY. MAIN ST. of Canlleld at once. Also a few ir Princeton I'niversily won the p. in. 3:52 a. m. estate. 1:07 BEREA We both lose money when you ons of different weights. (ad.) prize offered by The Cincinnati 6:30 p. m. 7:45 a. m leave Welch's. (ad) North American Student for tho South Bound, Local COMING EVENTS. best 1,000 word "story" or the VoMrs. Sam Warnock and little son, Cincinnati 6:30 a. m. 8:16 p. m. 12:34 p. ra. 12:33 a. ra. Vernon, of Williamson, W. Va are SUNDAY, Feb. 1st, Collego Chapel, lunteer Convention. Mr. MeKnown prayed in broken sentences to a place lo his brother, Dcllon Powell, BEREA was one of the journalists present God which lifted him up later a and has moved to Indiana to live. Knoxville 7:00 p. ra. 6:50 a. m visiting for several days with Mr. Gospel Meetings begin. changed man, with his outlook Tho Misses Era anil Nantiiu Johnind Mrs. Express Train . A. Adams on Center TIU'RSDAY, Feb. 12, Lincoln's Birth at the conference of college editors cleared completely. son spent Friday evening in Berea. during tho Convention held in KanNo. 33 will stop to take on passen Street. day; address in Collego Chapel Mr. Roy Gadd spent Saturday At one of the luncheons, given sas City, December .list, 11)13, to gers for Knoxville and points beyond. Miss Lydia Young of Kingston by Dr. Giinsaulus. Jointly by two of the the delega- uighl with his cousin, Willie KinSouth Bound was a visitor in Berea Saturday. tions, tho subject under discussion dred. Cincinnati 8:00 a. m. Mr. Win. Jones, travelling sales Mr. ami Mrs. John W. Johnson and In the afler-dluuspeeches was 11:55 a. m. BEREA man for David Ades Wholesale Drv "Why I Volunteered to go to the three children spent Sunday with No. 32 will stop at Berea to take Goods Co. of Lexington, returned Foreign Field." There sat by the his mother, Mrs. Sallie Johnson. on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and from a trip in Eastern Kentucky to Mr. Hubert llaelwood spent Suii- side of the chairman a young man points beyond. Berea for a few days. Mr. Jones jfrom the Fast who had signed a day evening with his grandpa, Mr. North Bound reports things to lie a little on the "volunteer" card that morning, hut Hiram Pigg. BEREA 4:45 p. m. dull order in that part of the state his signature had failed to produce Cincinnati Mr. ami Mrs. F.lmcr Lewis spent 8:50 p. m. at present. in him any enthusiasm. While. Sunday with his brother, Mr. Joe Look out for that shoe and Irous- me speeches were in progress mis Lewis. Mr. Earl Scrivncr's mother of Ir er sale at Welch's. (ad) man leaned over ami asked the) M. Ulnm ,, lmprovj1K lho vine, Ky, spoilt several days of last chairman if ho might speak. Messrs. Gilbert hen ook, of , Richard and UuMin)( now week with him. Benge, former students of Berea, ho arose,--a- s he expressed it after- - ,.. The Misses Florence Taliun and who moved to Lexington Dewarns,- - lie "Knew positively unit about Kdna Early wero visiting with Miss three years ago, was not speaking but that it was I Mr. Alfred Johnson has gone to visited in town help move Mr. Joe Vnn Estella Bicknell in Richmond last from last Saturday someone speaking through me." Foxtown to until Mondav Thursday nnd Friday. Winkle. Gilbert is a brick mason in New This man had given up a future r . ;.. incuirui ....I.. Mr., John A. Wyalt spent the week York City and Richard is with a ...I.I.I. promised I Inun ... li I smuyi which 'ml with his family in town. Mads ths Most of Hi Hats. llrni in Lexington. abroad for three years and a New n " When you go to Welch's don't Yo"k practice, had given up a big I Wbeu u,rii J,ll"ir Mr. A. J. Smith, travelling sales o!IL-erPretoria nnd fail to see the special stove man in man, and daughter, Jessie, who is fortune which until that time he f7"'un ncro ghen the to understand his cooking demonstration. (ad teaching at Livingston, spent the had planned to .so for his own frock e(J tall atJ( WlW pleasure, and Had set His will up of them. Tllt.r,. wan mil; one shop In Miss Ida Lewis left last week for week end with home folks on Cent against the will of his parents, who the place In which silk lints were Mid. Dawson, N. Mex. She will visit er St. were very much opposed to his de- - and this hud but four of them. The with relatives in Texas en route Rev. and Mrs. E. B. English en voting his life to work in foreign Transvaal legislators rushed off In a Mrs. Lucy Gordon, who has been tertained the young folks of the missions. Instances of this sort arc' lxH'Jp ,0 UUJ these four, but the hatter, visiting for some time with her Baptist Sunday School at their home being told by nil the delegates to "ot MnS mnd. iar his opHrtunlty niece, Mrs. J. O. Harrison, is spend last Wednesday evening. The ev their extremity. Ilu kuew there I ln !!,.. Cmv.i.ii,.,, ing this week with relatives at Big ening was greatly enjoyed by all. "lu .hr"? The atmosphere about the Con- - where ' else, no " 7 to a"' Hill. he wIL Mr. Boss Parsons, who is run vontn.li was charged with the spir- -, Hp offered to let then, out oo hire at Mr. Edwin Fee, son of Jojm G. Fee, rung Prof. Dinsmorcs farm near it and influence of "Service." The the rate of 10 shillings for ten minutes. one of the founders of Berea Col aint Lick, was in town Monday. leailers requested the delegates to Ilia hop wait close at hand. Four lege, and an old resident of Berea, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Kinnard, who gentleti.cn could present themselrea keep the "Morning Watch Hour," is in Berea on one of his semi-a- n avo been visiting with Mrs. Kin a short lime devoted to prayer and before his excellency. After ten minuual visits. It is always a great nard's parents near Richmond for quiet communion. U i(h this im utes they must silently ileal away and pleasure to the collego and all tho tho past few days, returned to Be troductinu of devotion the whole hand over their hired finery to another I Berea citizens to welcome Mr. Fee rea last Sunday for a few days be January 1th, inil. Dr. Talcolt Wil proceedings were in tune. Tho vis panting quartet It was dune, and the MISS CAMERON ENTERTAINS to Berea. fore going to their homo in Des liams, Director of the Schol of Jour-liam- s. ible efToels in their quantity were hatter still relent dreamily ai he reDr. and Mrs. Hubbard were guests the Big week in Berea every store Moines, Iowa. Director of the School of not startling, hut lho more quiet, al- calls have moment of Ills life, "It would tnt-i- . not fair to have Bold them, of honor at a dinner party given by has a sale but it looks like everyr.verynooy is nappy there is Miss Jean Cameron Monday night Journalism, Columbia University, though not less powerful in the lives not fair to my customer and not fair body goes to Welch's. (ad) another big sale at Welch's, acted as judge in the contest. The which they touched, personal re- to myself (ad) at Boone Tavern. The others pres Olobe. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Muncy have sults are certain to be left in the Mrs. J. C. Lewis of Lancaster who ent at the table were Mr. Fee, Mr. following is taken from Mr. moved to the Hulett farm out be- has been spending a few days with paper: 1'iiiversitic.s to which these thou"Ths Coralean Bandit." and Mrs. Taylor, Dean and Mrs. Mc Only thorn who hare traveled a Rood yond the west end of town. In addition to being a source of sands of delegates relurned, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Allister, .Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Frost, her deal In Italy can realize the depth of religious inspiration the Conven- through them later on in the Dr. and Mrs. B. II. Roberts very Smith, returned home, Monday. Mrs. Ernberg, and Mrs. Morton. A the resentment that Ii still felt there tion in its effect showed that the of the World. pleasantly entertained tho young On Monday night Miss Smith en pleasant evening was spent by all at the losses the oountry suffered age of miracles has not passed. Delmen and women of Mrs. Roberts' tertained a number of guests at through the "Comk-nISandlL" aa NaMADISON COUNTY egates there saw with their own Sunday School Class and several ad- Boone Cottage for her brother, Mr. poleon has turn dubtxil. The Italians RECEPTION eyes conversions of young men and Silver Creek. ditional invited friends, at their Verne Smith. Gaines and delicious have a saying about the French, "Arc Professor and Mrs. Marsh enter women who had much lo give and Sliver Creek, Jan. 20. Miss Mam- - tho Trench thieves?" "No, but bona homo Monday evening. refreshments contributed to a pleas tained at a reception Tuesday night who, under the power of tho domi mio Richardson of Hamilton, Ohio, parte in Rood part of them, are." And Games of various kinds inter- ant evening. when a visitor goes to one city after Miss Nettie Oldham is clerking in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Hubbard nant nolo of tho whole period, "tho is visiting her mother and father, spersed with social visiting and nnouier. sees one building after anothThose present besides the guests of evangelization of tho world in this Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Lewis. eoncluded with delicious choco- in Mr. E. F. Coyle's Dry Goods Store, er that was rohbed of Its chief treasMiss Mahle Johnson spent last Sat- ures by late cake and candy made tho ev- during tho absence of Mr. Jim Wag- - honor were Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, Mr. generation, which is lho motto of lie begins to underMovement, urday with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis. stand this hovase sentiment. It Is even ening pass nil too quickly. is who underwent an operation and .Mrs. Osborne, Professor and the Student Volunteer Mrs. C. T. Todd spent Tuesday stronger In .Malta, which island was Mrs. Edwards, Dean and Mrs. McAl gave it up willingly. The work was Mr. C. C. Ilhodus made a business for appendicitis a few days ago. vlrtuully swept clean of Its splendors evening with Mrs. Mary Kindred trip to Richmond Monday of this .Mr. Chester hrwin, who has been lister, Dr. Moore, and Professor done quietly and without undue The Misses Ella and ICnle I.:ikt of medieval niiil renaissance art by The evening was delightThe array of speakers inan employee of the Berea College Smith. week. The Maltese loot Is nil """I"1Mr. Chester Parks, accompanied press for several years left last Sat fully spent in games, and dainty re- cluded lho best in tho country itl spent Friday with Ira and Maggie I somewhere at the bottom of Alexan men with a message. Tho emphasis Anderson. urday for Miami, Fla where ho has freshments were served. by Mr. U. S. Wyalt, Prof. F. O. h,p " w,,lcb NbP" Mr. Frank Powell has sold bis1 ?(Until It tiiaTliit; was, of course, put on the need of Clark and others mado a trip to secured a splendid position running fuuuiKTXtl ttiure men and women volunteers, in tho FOR SALE. Lexington in his machine last Mon- a linotype for the Metropolis Daily foreign Held; hut lho need at home. of that city. day. 02 acres Blue grass farm for I.. f.. -! .1 i. 111 111 11. e various FOR RENT. One cotMrs. C. I. Ogg continues very ill i.iirisiiiiu 1 mile from Kingston, G sale, miles professions, wurK aim was not overlooked. at her, home on Walnut Meadow tage on Chestnut and Parkway. Call from Berea. bouse, all I'he aim of the whole meeting was, on Mrs. Laura Jones, Chestnut St., necessary Pike. 70 bearing tlrst of all, (o get tho Christian's Berea, Ky. Mrs. Ralph IWgby, who underfruit trees; place well watered. For outlook. Mr. Howard Switzer, formerly of further information went an operation at tho Collego write J. A. In one group from one of (he Berea, is also located at Miami as Riddell, Kingston, Ky. Hospital Monday, is doing splendidlarger Eastern Universities there ly. Dr. Gibson of Richmond per- telegraph oorator. was a young student who eamo to Mr. Jas. P. Faulkner, after spend formed tho operation. FOR SALE. lho Dual delegation meeting of the Mr. Clyde Pearlo of East Bcrn-sla- dl ing a few days in Berea, returned One hundred acres of Blue Grass period, held on Sunday night folvisited over Sunday with his Monday to Louisville, where tho His im sister, Mrs. Sallie Hanson, on Chest- Health Exhibit car of which he has land; 12 acres bottom, rest rolling; lowing tho big meeting. charge has been under the manage- lots of timber; posts enough to pression of the Convention mid its nut St. two farms; watered by power had not been favorable. He Mr. T. A. Robinson, optician and ment of local authorities for sovcr-- al fence springs, ponds and creek. days. Houso ' owned to being impressed by the jeweler, who recently moved to Cor- Mrs. Case who has been slaying at insured for $1,000. Good barn; good ''bigness" of the thing, hut his own bin, hy., was in town Monday of Hoono Tavern since October, and qrcliard; sugar orchard. Will grow soul had failed to get its insplra-as'goo- d tills week on business. , . .. . ...1. crops as $100 land. Will tloti. Ho confessed to the need of wiui.oo sou is enroued m me insti' i" the foreign Ileitis, ho saw tution, was called to New York this sell 12 head of cattle, i horses, CO 1-3 week on account of tho illness of bids, of corn, 3 or tons of hay, 1,10 immediate character of tho her husband. hinds of oats, shock fodder, if mand, hut for him it had stopped FOR SALE. CO ncres of laud in wanted; or farm alone. Investigate. H'oiv. Tho link connecting him ll,'ft tiail not appeared. Jackson county on Rockcastle River, It will interest you. Located in 0 miles from Livingston. Good road, Madison County close to school and Ho came into this delegation meet rich soil, soino limber, also coal churches, 1 miles from Brassfleld, 2 iug half discouraged. It came his bank. For terms write, miles from Dreyfus, Ky. If desired turn to speak, to tell frankly and plainly just what tho Convention Pres. Colo, would trade for town property. Franklin, Ohio. J. E. Pittman, Droyfus, Ky. had meant lo him. There was a hesitating pause, and then these simple sentences: "Fellows, I don't know what's lho mailer with me, haven't had tears in my eyes for ten years not sinco one of my very dear friends died. But I can't keep tlTem back I urn all at sea. I want you lo pray for mo and with mo. I am going "Ife Cash Store" MAIN STREET, Near Bank to pray now and I want you lo help LOCAL PAGE Cash Raising Sale DR. BEST, DENTIST 0ce Y J. B. RICHARDSON lar LOOK! For Our Great Stove monstration Next Week A Special Man Will Cook All Week at er J 1 s '' I w " ' n's Chris-tiauiznli- on Nai-oleo- - -2 !.- 1 live-roo- m Six-room- ed Prices on Ladies' and Misses' - I . ,1-- 1 do-1,0- 00 COATS REDUCED C& Large Assortment The To Select From Racket Store see CLARKSTON r Hardware and Groceries HAYES GOTT me." Ho BEREA, dropped to his knees, and KENTUCKY January 20, Ml I. THE CITIZEN. SUNDAY. Pago Five. TRIBUTE TO MRS. DINSMORE. let her right hand know what her cident, tho Home Ruin Hill will be- nlrles. Wo say in defenso that evEuphemla K, Corwln. left hand did. Hut she was always come tho Inw of tho land this year. erybody docs it, and (bat a man A Plea to do Our Duty Towards the ((liven at the memorial service, Jan getiing up boxes and oilier gifts lo Ho expressed nn earnest desiro lo must live. Whereas, of course, II Is Unfortunate Children and Cru 10th.) Help her pupils in (heir leaching, securo tho cooperation and good nowhere written that a man must oily Treated Animals of Tins llh or September lm was remember dial last winter sho sent will of Iho Ulsler men, hut declared live. Thli Land. was one of those excessively hot off two splendid Christmas boxes that ho saw no prospect of securFinally there aro all tho temptadays that visit this region occasion for schools lo two of her former ing this very desirable end. tions of (he body. I shall never for(Extract!! from n leaflet by Hie ally during tho first part of Bcptcrn pupils. She would often como lo get what Mr. Mod onco said to the Will Huerta Escape? American Immune Association) her. At that timo the two tlay trains tho library, (ako mo by (ho arm and Rumors provall at Vera Cruz, college boys when discussing tho organized humanitarians of The passed at Keren, and If one was late, tell mo I must come over and sec Mexico, that the gunboat Tnragosa perils of sensualism. I In; United Stales, representing "So long as over the other wailed for it. That day what a line box sho was packing Intends to take on board Huerta or you have blood in your veins and a three hundred societies devoted to I regret now that the train from the north arrive for other high officials. Tho gunhool nervous system you will bo subject the suppression of cruelly and tho llrsl and waited some distance from sometimes thought I was loo busy look on n largo stock of provisions, to tho temptation of sensualism." protection of the helpless, with n the station. A lady and a young In go. Including live cnttle, opparenlly for What I have been saying is that tho membership of over 50,000 persons girl walked over the scorching rail Through her childhood and youth a long voyage. It is also rumored routine of our dally lifo furnishes most earnestly petition all clergyand ties to this train, climbed upon .Mrs. Dinsmore was very frail. Hut that sho carries n heavy consign- (ho trial, the proving, (ho (emptatlon men in this country to devote one the platform and came through the her great ambition was lo bo n ment of gold. It is almost certain which may destroy us, or develop us, sermon each year to (ho subject of cars, scrutinizing the faces of (he teacher. Her only sister had died that her destination is Havana. which is meant by Owl to bo a means "Mercy, for the purpose of making In miiig womanhood, and because few passengers. At last they pausti Antarctic Expedition. of grace lo us. For our loxt assures an appeal to the most enlightened before a very weary and travel-so- il of this loss and Mrs. Dinsmore': Sir Ernest Shockleton 'Is lo lead us of nn abiding joy and hopo conand humane liedlnels of (he people etl lady and asked her if sho were frailly her parents tlitl not wish her Iho most perfectly planned expedi cerning Iho temptations or life. Our of this country in behalf of morn the "new librarian." That lady was lo leach. So she never realized this tion ever organized for polar re temptation will never bo too heavy. Ihoughtfulnpss and greater compas Mrs. Dinsinorn and the young lady strong desire until after sho mar- - search work. Ho expects (o cover heconti ny second, Ootl will givo us sion for our helpless words, suffer was Miss Crace Cornelius, whose lied a teacher, and came to Herea a territory of 5,000,000 square miles the power to endure it. Tho world ing and neglected children and duml I am sure thai those who hav mot her had recently passed away from the Weddell Sea lo Ross Sea, is full of people who could not withanimals. Wo were carried in (he "auburn' been her pupils will agreo with mo a instance of 1700 land miles. Much stand the temptations of lifo for a Tho extent to which the children through (ho hot and dusty town (o when I say thai she was a truly of this will be over absolutely new single hour unaided, but who do by of this laud suffer from cruel nod Iho entrance to Iho campus whicl great teacher. For she had the route. Ho hopes to determine tho Iho grace of God, moment by mo' blighting conditions or die degree was llien in froul of (ho Model Col ability lo enthuse tier pupils and dip of the magnetic nccdlo and set ment, in the very agony of temptaof misery, suffering and death which Inge, and as we emtio under (I to mako them love the subject they tle the questions whether Iho tion itself, find n way of escape. This man's liearllessness, cupidity and shade of the splendid old oaks In were studying. Many have (old mo mountains of Victoria are n contin- is the victory of life, nol trusting ignorance metes toil to (lit; animal froul of (lit; lingers House, the cool Unit she had opened a new worltl (o uation of Iho Andes range. The ex- self, not fleeing from tho facts of lift! in our mills! is not generally ness was most refreshing. The them in hooks. pedition will cost $330,000, anil will lire, hut facing our temptations and one-tenCertainly not enlied. house had an air of repose and Once in her Knglish literature lake about six months for its work. trusting God we live, moment by f (lie cases of inhumanity come (o peace, and Mrs. Dinsinore's fine cor class she had her pupils learn Ad Coal Carters Strike in London. moment, In the power of his abiding tho attention of tho so ture. dison's great hymn beginning: Ten thousand coal carriers are on presence. fifties and yet the last collected In many parts of the United States iho spacious firmament on high a strike in London, demanding nn statistics for Ibis country show thai Iho practice of observing "A Mercy increase of two cents a ton for Willi all Hie blue ethereal sky, over l!lO,000 children and morn DREAM GREAT DREAMS. Sunday" is already an established And spangled heavens, a shining loading coal. The pinch was not than i;ir.O,(on animals wen- cared custom. In England noticed until the 2ith when Iho And Than Strive Your Utmott to Make "Animal Sunframe, for by these societies in a single day" has been observed for over. weather turned cold. On that dale Their great original proclaim.' Your Dreams Coma Trua. cur. Thai these cases were not forty years, and each year ami she suggested lo them that many residents went to coalvards sermons To turn the face In the right direcmerely sentimental ones is alum from more than when they had learned it, they wih automobiles, hand barrows, ba tion unit then to travel on la unquesdandy proved by the fact that there are now preachedrecognition .'.ooo pulpits in should go out at night and repeal it ity carriages and hand carls for tionably the essential secret of all of (he were over :t7,0Xl prosecutions In day. We ask Hie assistance of all to to themselves under the starry home supplies. Many Ions of coal achievement. There ore, however, cercourt with a very large percentage whom this may come to aid us to skies. Some timo after, sho asked were carted lo (ho hospitals hv tain fact us well as certain Inner of convictions. forces t'otnmon to us all that can be Hit' utmost in making the practice how ninny had done so, and was de medical students. used ns helps along the way. Wo plead for a word from the lighted lo find that a large pronor uuiersal with us. In a r event little poem by Edwin pulpit in favor of those unfortu IN OUR OWN STATE tion of tlie class had given them Markbam we II ml these tinea: nate children who have no chance (Continued from rape One.) selves that interesting experience Great It Ik to believe the dream in life, who are brought up in hnv OUR SUPREME COURT. When we stand In youth by the (tarry Mrs. Dinsmore was a keenly in stream, els or under conditions directly In at Henderson where the coal will be tellectual woman; she was a congreater thing Is to fight life through Dut jurioup to their health, mind and Thers. Was a "Leak Thar Onea, but loaded on barges which will carry And a say nt the end, "The dream la true." stant reader and student of current morals; in behalf of the l,7M),000 It Wat Quickly Stoppad. it to iew Orleans and thence lo for Whether the dream, which may be events. She was interested in ev Mrs. Dinsmore "Yes; It la true ttiut supreme court children" between the ages of ten used as another term for one's Ideals, erything Hint went on in the world cign markets. decision leaked Id the old duys." re and tlftecn years, as shown by the Tho deal involves over 90,000,000. docs come true depends primarily upon One of my most vivid recollec census of (UOO, who are compelled. market an old time broker. "1 remem- tlinlitv mioii made me feel at home the self. The Intrepid and tbe brave A syndicate of Cleveland caniln! ber a certain lniKrtntit tult about During the four years of my stay in tions of her will always be her to work for wages in the United isls has also secured options on hearted, moreover, actualize more of twenty yearn "Ko. great waa States; In behalf of the thousands case of tbose tiny, It big Inthe way her home slit; was always the same work in the library with her stu twenty mines in the same district their ambitious or ideals than do tbe Its at faint hearted or tbe vacillating. It was and lens of thousands of little chil- as ttie Standard Oil and Tobacco suits kind friend, and I have since been dents. She would spend hours with This corporation has no connec Goethe who said: grateful that in v lot was cast tind them, showing them how to use re dren who are also obliged (o work of the present. A week before the de tion with (lie Pittsburg firm. Are you In earnest? Selxe this very minbooks, how to Hnd what was in damp and unhealthy mines, or in claim) came down the sou of one of the er the Dinsinore roof during those ference Shelby County to Have High School ute; llrst few months when I was receiv- in a book, leaching them how to What you can do or dream you can, beequally unhealthy glass factories, or Judges came Into my otllcc, and I told J lie Shelby County Hoard of Edu gin , are obliged to toil by day and some- htm that of the nine judges one would ing my llrsl impressions of the i it tody. Aud when the spring came cation have just completed plans Coldness Ithas genius, power and magic so,' oue would refrain .slilutiou, its atmosphere, and tho and they were leaving to go out lo ior In It times by night in the factories and decide 'so nud lite nuililing of a $50,000 Higl begin shops of (ho land.' Children brought from nnjr opinion, nod the remaining work nnioiiL' (lit! mountain nennln. leach, she would go down to the school building at Shelbyvillo. Tho Only heated; and then the mind grows Professor ami Mrs. Dinsmore had 'extension room" in the library and equipment up under these conditions am stunt- seven would muke n decision o aud of the new school will Begin and then the work will be comso.' been here about four venrs. and each pent! seend evenings with lliem pleted. ed in hotly and mind. They do not He smlleil and went away. Shortly fall would go into Hie mountains helping them select books, papers. be tho best available. Life, or rather life In a continually have the opportunities for educa- after the decision was rendered and Oil Output Increased. mil magazines to take with them and achieving form, tion, for rest and recreation, for the the matter had turned out as t hnd ami spend three or four mouths. Thai the oil industry is gaining expandingbusiness, and they is, after all, a unit showing I hem how they could who are normal moral growth which is nec- foretold this young man came back to was much impressed by I heir devoHeadway in Kentucky is shown by tbe most in earnest get from It tbe oltlce. lie said his father was tion to this nhase of their work make use of the material. essary for good citizenship. the mo fact that last year the nroduc most and In turn give tbe most back The last work she did with them There are thousands of children front!' worried over the leak lu the though it involved much labor and tion exceetlod the 1912 output by to tbe world again. Holpb Waldo Trine u this way hist spring was done in in the reformatories of the United court and asked me If I could help sacrillct. Thev started out that vo.ir In Woman's Home Companion. tuo.ooo barrels. Slates who are victims of condi- them trace the itourco of my Informa- about two weeks after I came and lie midst of her preparations to In all there are now forty seven I knew that all throtiKh tho fall their letters tion. I him move and when many people would tions which they did not create, but one of toldoltlclnl what Beginnings In Authorship. wells in operation. More aro being supreme court ste-the Tbe first appearance In print of that which tho people of the United negrophcrs bad been selling advance told Mrs. Campbell Mrs. Dinsinore's have thought they could not spare drilled. Tho last evening she Big Slates can control. In saving these copies of the decisions to very prom-tneu- t dear Mother and myself, of their the lime. Distilleries Cut Down Output successful author, Arthur I'endeonls. was a poem written to match an lectures, their caiiinini: and their came upstairs ami said she was children wo are saving this nation. of that time. What this Several of the largest distilleries broker which tho proprietor of a magWo plead for the speechless crea- broker puld for bis Information I, of meeting witli some boy or girl who very tired indeed, but with enthu in the state have announced plans found unexpectedly thrown on tures of Coil. Tlie conditions in re- course, do not know, but It was estab- seemed ambitious and promising siasm told me she had distributed to cut their output by half this year. azinebands. M. Jules Claretlc's drat bis gard to tho poor brutes have been lished that I wus correct as to where ami whom they expected to see in n that one evening more than 1,000 I lie high price of corn and our ov novel was composed under somewhat ueces, books, papers or magazines tho weak spot was In the court. sch'oo at Herea. even worse than they have been for erstocketl market are tho reasons similar circumstances. Edmond Den Since then every decision by the Karh fall while I I i vet I with tlrcm Flint is a wonderful record to keep the. children, as far as tho extent supreme court bas been written to loos they tlitl this same work, ami vou in ns my last ofllcial recollection of given. Let us hope that tho other tu. a prominent publisher under the second empire, bud widely advertised and degree of brutality is concernhalf will also bo cut down. hand tone copy), thus making It absoa novel entitled "Une Drolexse.'- - by u ed. The merciful man is merciful lutely Impossible for any outsider to Hits nutlieuce know in your own Mrs. Dinsmore. Insurance Companies Unite. Let us cherish her memory and , ami many of you as in to his beast, and surely every ono get the news In advance. This ex- families The union of tho Henry Clay Firo writer who signed herself Comtesse y to live according to her high Dash. On the eve of publication tbe (hey dividual., the inspiration who has an animal under his care plains In part why It now takes to Insurance Co. with tho United lady wauted tbe title altered. Tbe or control, whether it bo tho house- long for the court to announce Its deci- bl'OUKlit to inanv mountain homes ideals. American Firo Insurance Co. of Ken publisher refused to make any chunge Professor and Mrs. Dinsnioru loved hold pets thai are (orttiretl or tor sions." Wall Street Journal. lucky and Tennessee has been com and in order not to waste money bantthe mountain students; they were pleted. ed around for an author capable of WORLD NEWS. on their hearts nm! they were al Hon. II. M. Frohman, of Ghent, furnishing within four weeks a novel (Continued from rage One.) ways talking of them and planning '.. former president of the United which the title would at M. Cluretie for them. east 2,00(1 well tinned and organized American, will head the new com undertook tbe task and finished It well Mrs. Dinsmore did an almost in London any, which will retain the namo within tbe stipulated time. ebels. Standard. I credible amount of letter-writin- g. if the Henry Clay Fire Insurance South America at the Exposition. M'etn to recall her sitting at her South American republics will Co. A Sermon on Conscience. desk when I would roino into the Negro School Appropriation Cut. pcntl about $3,000,000 on tho "I knows why you wakes In de nightbouse morn than in any other After testimony given by Rev. C. time an' stares at de dark, an' pulls International Expos!- place. Having no children of their urn. I he Argcutmo llcpublic, Bra II. Parrish, Superintendent of tho do klver over yo' head." said llrother 1. Sixty acre Blue Grass farm near Kingston, Ky., own. living, they had taken tho il, Venezuela, Uruguay, Chile, Pe- - Home Society for Colored Children, Williams, "an' you orter know wldout boys hud girls of the mountains as t Louisville, tho annual appropri- - me tellln' of you. It's on account er II, and Holivia will be represented good house, a bargain at $3,000. Terms to suit ; their charge. ition by tho btato will bo decreased dat conscience you kicked Into de King of Spain Visits Argentine. I 'think I am correct in saying thai corner In de airly tnuwuln". w'en you purchaser. A special dispatch to Paris from from $10,000 to $7,500 as it is slated wuz flxlu ter leave de Mrs. Dinsmore had been in every that tho institution can be support' didn't think ter ax fer ter duy. Von acre farm 2 miles north of Berea, mountain county, but oue. Aud sho Madrid says that King Alfonso, ac 2. Thirty-tw- o It warm Its tl for that sum. ban's by de fire w'en you wuz. gwine really worth $100 per acre. A snap at $2,000. Your had not merely (raveled through, companied by the Premier and Min The report of tho institution was ter bed. nn' so It rlz up an' stumbled she had visited in the homes; she ster of tho Marino of Spain, will most satisfactory. Much good own terms. has 'round de room In de dark, ontel It isit tlie Argentine Republic in knew Iho roads and creeks and lived been dono is still strick a light In w'lcb you seen yo'own The best farm in Madison county at the price. with Iho people in her sympathies, June, taking about two mouths for work to bo but theretho negro more soul! Dat's bow come an' wby git 3. done for peo the trip. ami kept in touch with them by let 'roun' It ef you kin!" Atlanta Consti pie. Good buildings, 176 acres 5 miles south of Richmond. General Prohibition in Sweden. ters. Many, many letters from her The management of tho Children's tution. all kinds. We are almost ashamed to print the price, dear boys anil girls sho has read to Sweden is on the eve of adopting Homo was .severely criticized. mo, that I might become nrmininted national prohibition of tho use of A Gam of Chance. $62.50 per acre. "1 suppose." said the stranger with leoholic beverages ninl the uso of with lliem also. FACING OUR TEMPTATIONS. in tho gates, "the lid Is on all games (Continued from I'ago one.) Mrs. Dinsinore camu of staunch obacco. This is tho oulcomo of a 4. One brand new dwelling house, large basement, 6 of chance In this town." Scotch ancestry. Sho was not of series of years in which the governrooms all plastered, 4 grates, cabinet mantels, hardwood "Don't you believe It. stranger," re fusive, but steady and (ruo in her ment has bad tho benefit of the ickness, sorrow or discomfort of joined tbe native. "Tbe marriage lifloors. Large lot, good barn, on Boone St., Berea. Price studies of scientists of high rcputo, uiy sort is picked up and preserved alTeclions. Sho had keen insight by thoir minds. Now such peoplo cense office Is still wide open." Exinto human nature aud was nblo to who havo embodied their views in $1700. Terms to suit purchaser. change. tirious prohibitory laws. Tho ro tiro terribly templed lo bo unfor- seo qualities in people that did not iving. It is thoir besetting sin. 5. One large two story concrete block store house appear on the surface. Wo all re- suit has been so eminently satisfact The Resemblance. A great temptation of our day is in best business part of Berea. Now rented and paying member her ns a line conversation- ory from economic and social "I was always Interested In airship 1 the "passion material comfort." legislation legal interest on $3000. Can be bought for $2000 Terms alist. Sho would allow her thoughts standpoint (hattho ultimate is being John Rao callsfor the peculiar temp and llylug machines, so bought a theater." it idea of to How in her good English as pleas- framed with "Why did you do that J" very liberal. antly to Iho ignorant ns to those niversal prohibition of tho use of tation or our time. Wo easily meas"A theater bas wings and dies." these two articles in tho near future ure lifo by its capacity to satisfy Remember, the above is only a few of the many who could respond easily to her. hroughout our desires for indulgent ease. Soft the whole country. Swc- Last year a student from Letcher Just Goes Out. bargains we have to offer. county camo to Herea for the llrst en has been a leader in advanced sluggish selfishness is the (lower Juvenile Miuninn. when the lire goes Hcnco teasures for tho welfaro of its poo-l- e ami fruit of this passion. lime, anil roomed at my houso. Ho Yours for a square deal, out where does It koV .Muther-for many years. In 1870 (ho o.v- - arise tho commercial temptations of know, dear, You might Just 1 don't was homesick at llrsl and one day ns well when I was talking to him, I asked ihit of Sweden al tho Centennial our day, tho trado customs, (ho ad- - ask where your father goes when he vrtlsiug lies, (ho competitive riv- - coe out. Exposition in Philadelphia of ad him about his associations in the duced educational dining-roomethods nl- Ho said ho sal next acted (he attention nud tho care to Mrs. Dinsmore, anil when I said, "Then I know you have n pleasant ful study of the hcsl American edu- HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAI0 FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Mm lime til table," he said, "Yes, sho tlors. WMK WmM Wool on Commission. Writ lor pries talks (o mo Jusl ns my mother docs." Home Rule This Year. " ssm nst sunt Ion sa Ihll ad. Mrs. Dinsmore did not talk much John Redman, leader of the Irish KENTUCKY IEKXA about her helpfulness lo students; ntioiialists, declared in u speech at JOHN WHITES CO, she was ono of thoso who did not aterford, Ireland, that barring ac us th auli-criielly A MERCY mented by heedless children, tin checked by unfeeling parents, or the hundreds of thousands of beads of cattle (hat aro allowed to starve to death on tho weslcrn cattle ranges by Indifferent owners, who moke practically no effort lo save them, the responsibility for such brutality is I ho same. Wo nil know some thing of the underfed, overworked, harshly treated, Inme, decrepit, gall ed horses of our cities; of neglected stock; of nameless cruellies all around us which plead with voiceless tdotpienct! (o heaven for relief. Wo nsk Hie clergy lo lell (heir people (heir duly under these conditions in (lie hope of making (he world belter for all. As nothing can repay the service and friendship of faithful beasts, so nothing can relievo us of responsibility in Iho eases of untold suffering wo havo loo often allowed creatures to fro I because of a want of interest or ral-loIndifference. It should not be forgotten that Die suffering caused Is not the only evil effect of cruelly. The rellex action of brutality, upon its perpetrator ami upon society is demoralizing in the extreme. For the good of all and for I lie protection of our beloved country, we need more heart culture along with (he brain cul- For Sale! c Bicknell & Harris Dealers in Real Estate PI 111 A AND - HIDE3 v. - 1 Pago Six. with my strict scruples against the I might say no. As It Is, I say nothln" and wink my port eye." The ten tiny visit ended. .Mr. Tldditt returned to Bayport. On tbe afternoon of his return be nnd llnlley called at the Wbltlaker place, and there they were Joined by Miss Dawes, who had been summoned to the conclave by a note intrusted to llos n. "Now, Ase," ordered Captain Cy as the quartet gathered In the sitting room, "hero we are, hnngln' on your words, as the feller said. Don t keep us strung up too long. What did you THE CITIZEN. lowed by "mi "elderly person m a red cardigan Jacket and overalls. "Take the fust turnln' to the left. marm," he said, pointing. "It's pretty nigh Id East Trumet town hall. Fust house this side of the blacksmith shop, about two mile, I'd say. Windy day for drlvln', nln't It? That horse of yours Iwlongn In Bayport, I cal'late. Looks to me like Hello, Bailey! "Hello, Josh!" grunted Mr. Bnng, adding an explanatory asldo to the cf feet that he knew Josh At wood, the latter having once lived In Bayport, "But, say," he naked as they moved on once more, "have we got to go to East Trumet? JcrushyJ That's the place where tbo wind comes from. They raise It over there. Anyhow, they don't rnlso much else. Whose house you goln' to?" Ho bad asked tbe same question at least ten times slucc leaving home, and each lime Miss Dawes had cvndcd It She did so now. saying that she was sure she should know the bouse when they got to It. The two miles to East Trumet were worse than the twelvo which they had come. The wind fairly shrieked here, for tbe pfid paralleled the edge of nign sanu uiuns close ny tnc snore. " and the ruts and were trying to the temper. Bailey's "thank-you-marms- truth Cy Whittaker's Place By JOSEPH C. LINCOLN Copyright. lpo8. by D. Appteten A Co. And outt" only ask blm to recclvo tnc condl- tionally, This satisfied blm. nnd I was ,0L. """ "cl. of .V.' made null,, welcome. ' : tuner, iou nannru , nii dnllt Mt ,iy nave aw , w, mab8over, Tim next morning. Sunday, opened Ul1 ,he inw in you. i win not remain ion nemna nncnt nun iieiiiiimii. nnn nir snmru vara, no prison wans nnv vet been partook of (ho serenity of tho day. built strung rnotich tn hold me. When t am free, as the carrier plxron looks about Sunday brlngx relief In ninny ways, mm ror the niclit lie will take, I will lo- mid this Sunday brought an especlnl rcate you. And nhereter ou arc there relief to me. felt coinfnrtntilo tn the will t ro. Then awakening It mny be when the earth Is fact that I would not be troubled with And si on for ten minutes. after a nocturnal slumber. It duns. I passed some lime Phoebe ventured to repeat the words may bo when the mm Is pourlnK n flood of after break"out west," and her companion went light on hill ami vale. It limy be when you fast rending n morning newspaper. off on n new tack. She had Just been think yourself roncenled In thn elindowa One piece of Information I read espe1 west herself. She had been on a visit of evening, thatyou will come, but come I cially Interested me. It won hearted. will, nml my blmle cutting to her husband's niece, who lived In Into your when yourfeel shall serve you "Followed to Ills Dentil." An Italian eyes heart Arizona In Illnzelon, Arli. "It's tbe for the last time, and they will behold me had been found dead In bis bod with a aad aha learns to lov him. nicest town ever you sec," sho contln bending ocr you gloating In my revenge. knife sticking In his lienrt. The police Kin Thoeb Damn an3 Captain Cy nave atally from an uiy cow. Th captain ued, "and the smartest, most up to I panned In my writing and read over had discovered n clew to tho murderer, aJmlrsa th teacher. date place. Talk about the west belli' was completely wrecked. Captain Cy. to help rhoebe. decides to what I bad written. I was dissatisfied and his arrest wns rxcctcd. The clew "Teacher," he snapped as they reach onclvllizcd! My land, you ought to With It. Thero was not sufficient indicated that the man had been mur aa a candldats for membership on tka school commutes. dered from revenge. The supposed ed tbo crest of a long bill and n quick sec that town electric lights and telCaptain Cy lnviua congressman Atklna grab at his hnt alone prevented Its ephones and and I don't know what strength, rancor, bitterness, diabolism. murderer bad occupied n room In the to Emily's birthday party, and tha law- In It to suit me. I wrote It over, vivify same building with bis victim and bad starting on n balloon ascension, "get all!' taker decides to accept. This was but the Ixglnnlng. It was ing the plctiiretiun points nnd Intensi left a pnper on which wns given the Congressman Atkins gets a sever shock out n spell, will you? I've got to swear When lie learns the last nam and Identhy evident or bust, and 'long's you're aboard I oughly that Mrs. Beasley had thor fying the bate. Then I put it with my motive for tho crime. He bnd fled, but f th girl Kmlly. A mysterious stranger enjoyed herself in Blazeton nnd manuscript tn Its place ut tbo close of tho police bad a description of blm. can't swear. Wbat you standln' still arrives at Cy Whittaker's the sorrows of the bereaved De a chapter nnd made my preparations tt But what struck me fiat nbnrk was Th stranger attacks "Miss Thocbe. ana for, you?" be bellowed at poor Henry, that Hlgglns had hecu one of the ptin sire Captain Cy reecues her after a scene of that the murder had been committed leave my room. tbo horse, which had stopped to rest. clpal sorrows of considerable violence. I that enjoyment. The Two reasons Influenced my going. In In the botisu where had had my room I cal'late the critter thinks that last schoolmistress endeavored to A tempestuous town meeting occurs. turn the Congressman Atkins makes the myeterl the first place. suffered the iintwvcr-Ishme- and which I had left the day tefore. cyclone roust have blowed mo sky subject, but It was useless, As I read on another shock awaited us strangsr hla friend. Th latter turns usual to authors who havo not high, nnd bo s waltln' to see where I I fetched borne a wholo pile of at to be a drunkard, one Thomas, who recognition as geniuses, nnd I me. The murderer bnd lieen for some light. Git dap!' as the father of little Emily. Captain Cy them newspapers," continued Debby, attained time a lodger In the snme'hulldlng nnd ti defeated for school commissioner. "I guess I shall get out very noon They was awful Interesting full of wns expecting to lie turned out for non had been given notice tn move for nonA fight occurs oetween Captain Cy and now," panted Phoebe. "There's the pictures of Illaielon bulldln's nnd payment of rent In tho second plnce. payment of rent. He bnd been seen Thomas. Legal troubles ariee over Cap- blacksmith shop over there near tbo leadln' folks and alt And In some of I was lu love and had promised to to leave the house soon after the murtain cy s guardianship of Emily. Miss Phoebe visits th Widow Beasley. next hill, and this bouse in the hollow the back numbers was the advertise spend the week end with my U'trothed. der had been commlttis). a description rooebe investigates som matters per As to my Kiverty, I was expecting bet ment about Mr. Hlgglus. I do wish must be the one I'm looking for.' of him was In the hands of the police, taming to th past. They pulled up beside the house ft) could show 'cm to jou, but I lent 'em ter things when my novel. "The Ban and be was Mug traced by detectives, tSplaTn "WhTitaYer. Mr. TiaOTtF "says dit's lleienge." should be published; as the hollow. A little story and a half to Mrs. Atwood, up to tbe Center. If to my A sudden thought -- n horrible thought ladylove, I hoped to conceal tbat tbe night of Emily's birthday par real life." struck me. This Miss Dawes was plainly disappoint bouse It was. and. Judging by tbe neg 'twan't such a ways I'd go and fetch from her the pitiable condition me exty you and be told who she was by ac of my actly, I had been ense fittedleave my lectod appearance of tbe weeds and em. Mrs. A (wood's becu awful ulco notified to cldent and tbat Mr. Atkins seemed ed. to me. She took cute of my trunks nnd finances till I began to receive my roy room for nonpiiyinent of rent Grcst very much surprised and upset Is I wish we knew more," she said. bushes in tbe yard, it bnd been unoc things when I went west yes, and alties. "Who was on this ship with Mr. Thny cupied for some time. However, the afore that when ( went to Buyport tbat so?" My apartment was on the top floor of heavens! They ere looking for met to nere wns n pretty combination of er, and who sent tbe news of his blinds were now open, and a few keep bouse for l lint Capta.'n Cy laughed. mlscr'ble Cap'n a building In which there were many circumstances. In nddltlon to other fowls about the back door seemed to rooms. I possewsed an old satchel, but "His lemonade was upset. That's death borne?" hlttakcr. I ain't told you about that, 11 I noticed "Oh, I can tell you that," said Asaph. promise tbat some one was living there. but I will by and by. Them trunks no wnnlrolie except what I wore. uncertainties nlxiut me. I was In th.i special. Ob. yes! And be lost bis bat off goln' borne. But "'Twas some one boss doctor out there, The wooden letter box by tbe gate bad had lots of tblngt lu 'em that I didn't There were a nuiiitier of unsold manu- position of n murderer flying from dreaded that the police might wbat of It? Wbat are you drlvln' at gold mlnln' himself, be was. John died a nauio stenciled upou It. Miss Dawes want to lose or luive anybody see. My scripts In the closet, and In order to fill Justice. BOW?" of a quick fever; got cold and went sprang from tbe buggy and looked at diaries I've kept a diary since 185- 0- out tho Img I put them In It and, going come down onI me at any moment led her out Into the "1 was wondering If If It could be off in no time. Seth remembered that tbe box. with It out Into the hall, descended. A Calling Nina. and- ""Yes," she said, "this Is the place, that for some reason Mr. Atkins had a much, though he couldn't rcmcm man on tbe door below, seeing me. garden where we were alone and said; "Dlaries?" Interrupted "Sweetheart. I ntn aliout to be acspite against Emily or her, people or If ber the doctor's name. He said If I Will you conic la. Mr. Bangs? Yoo Ing at straws. "Did youPhoebe.a grasikeep diary started toward me. Thinking he might cused of linvliig committed a crime. he had any reason to fear ber." be Intending to stop me for my unpaid wanted to learn more about tbe Tbay-er- a con put your horse in that barn, I'm while you were at the Tbuyers?" Will you trust me as you yeitecdny "Fear! Fear Bos'n? Oh, my, that's I might go see Humph, well. sure, if y ou want to." cs. Now, why dldn t I think of rent. ! hurried on and succeeded in you've been readln' novels. never mind tbat. 'Twas Just foolish fanny But Bailey declined to go In. He tbat afore? More 'n likely tbere'd be eluding him. Emerging from tho bull, I. said you would?" "What crime?" she stammered, paldeclared be was going on to tbe black afraid, teacher, though I didn't ness, anyhow." sometbln la that to help you with that Ing. I felt satisfaction In knowing that suspect It of you." smith's shop to have tbat wheel fixed. geographical tree. I used to put down I had all my worldly possessions with ing. But Phoebe persisted. "Murder." He laughed heartily. Miss Dawes "To sec whom," she asked "some He would not feel safe to start for everything that happened and Where me and had left nothing In my room "Oh, heavens!" home with it as It was. He drove off. you goluT smiled, too, hut she still persisted. that tbe landlord could bold as secu you knew, a friend of yours?" one "Hero they come now." and Miss Dawes, kuowlug from life' rity for my debt. Alas. I bnd left one "Well." she said, "I don't know. Per Asaph turned red. Miss Dawes bad risen and was peer I saw several uieu passing through long experleuce haps It is because I'm a woman and little article that would bring me more "Friend of mine!" he snarled. "No, merely for show,that front doors are Ing out of the window, passed around the politics doesn't mean as much to me as trouble than If I had left abundant se tho gate. They came up to me. and Ir, she mine, no "I was looking to see If my driver curity, one of them, (tutting a hand on my to you men, but to me political reasons thankful ain't say friend of friend I'm main body of the bouse and rapped on was anywhere but I did not know it. to more a of "1 about." she I had In my pocket the wherewithal shoulder, said. "You're wanted." don't seem strong enough to account Bailey's here. If she's anybody's; one tbe door In the ell. Tbe rap was not thought perhaps he would replied. over drive "What for?" to pay my way to the suburban town for such actions as those of Mr. At- - of bis pets, she was, for a spell; a answered, though she could bear some to Mrs. Atwu.id's and get tbe diary for where lived my beloved. I "Murder." one moving about within and a shrill kins. Emily's mother was a Thayer, exetided "The one committed In patient of bis, you might say any volco singing "The Sweet By and By." you. But I Jon t see him. the apartCO cents for a ticket nnd, having fl! wasn't she? And the Tbaycrs once how, be prescribed for her. 'Twas that So she rapped again and again, but Just tben. from around the corner of more, Mpent It for some lived In Orbam. I wish we could And nsn to ment on X street?" deef Idiot. Debby Beasley, Cy; that's still no one came to tbe door. At last tbe bouse, petped an agitated face; an "Yes." ns gift for her. leaving with who 'twas. agitated forefinger beckoned. Debby takea centme n n newspaper. Her name was Brigga she ventured to open It. "What proof have you of my guilt?" me for Then I afore she married Beasloy, and she "That you will find out on your A thin woman with her head tied up stepped to th window beside her vial my satchel on was hired help for Emily Tbayer when In a colored cotton handkerchief was tor, and the face and linger went out entered the train, laid sent beside me, unfolded my pniier trial." tbe Mary was born nnd until John died." Nina's father, followed by ber mother in tbe room vigorously wielding a of slgbt as If pulled by a string. and, assuming n carelessness I did not Captain Cy burst into a roar of broom. She was singing lu a blgb Miss Pboele smiled. feel. lcgHii to read tbo news. My pov- and the rest of the family, came hurrylaughter. Bailey sprang out of his cracked voice. The opening of the "I think I'll go out and look for erty did not trouble me. I was used to ing from the bouse to learn wbat" was chair. door let In a gust of cold wind, wblcb htm," rihe si Id. "He must be near that But I dreaded lest my betrothed tho matter. A imiIIcc officer stated the rase, and when I demanded some evi Beasley!" he stammered. struck the singer In the back of tbe here. I'll bo right bark, Mrs. I leas should II nd It out neck and caused ber to turn around ley, Debby Beasley!" Nino, who wns nwnro of my coining. dence against me. after consultation hastily. Without stopping to put on her Jack wn at the station to meet me and with his fellows, ho drew a paper She wai that deef housekeeper "Hey!" she exclaimed. "Land sakes! et, she hiurled through the dining took me to her homo lu a little auto from his pocket nnd began to read; Bailey hired for me, teacher," explain fllusrniw. for this act of nerflilv nu ed tbe captain. "I've told you about You scare a body to death! Shut tbat room, out of the door and around the ber father bad recently given her. I handed ber. no, bo! So that's tbe end of tbe door quick! 1 nlu't hankcrln' for In corner. There she found Mr. Bangs tossed my satchel, containing no toilet shall surTtr You havelaw, I me over to tn dealt with by Hie wlU ba th mystery buntln'. We go gunnln' for fluenry. Who are you? Wbat do you In a highly nervous state. articles except a toothbrush, on tho law to you. t will not lie long behind "Why lldn't you tell me 'twas Deb floor of the vehicle and took my seat bar. No prison walla have yet been built Reman Atkins, and we bring down want? Why didn't you knock? Where's by Beasley you was comln' to seer" beside my adored chauffeur. Debby! Well, Ase, goln' to see the my specs?" Instead strong enough to hold me." "Stop!" I shouted, laughing hysterShe took a pair of spectacles from he demncded. "If you'd mentioned of driving mo directly home, she made Id lady?" the mantelshelf and set them on the that deef Image s name you d never a long detour into the country. It wus ically. "I know nhat that Is. I must Mr. Tlddltt's retort was emphatic got me to drive you, tell you that!' evident from her manner that she hud have left It In my room when" Coin' to sec her?" be repeated. "I bridge of her thin nose. "You admit It?" Yes, answered the teacher sweet "I beg pardon for coming in!" shout something of Imtortanco to nay to inu guess not! Godfrey scissors! I told "Certainly do." "You are Mrs. Beasley. ly, "I Imagined that. That's why nnd wan making an opportunity to say Seth, says I. 'I've had all tbe Debby ed Phoebe. "Ob. go on," walled Nina. didn't tell you, Mr. Bangs. Now I It A mmiii ns we were on n country Beasley I want, and I cal'late Cy aren't you?" "When I am frw, th carrier pigeon "I dou't want none," replied Debby want you to do mo a favor. Will you road she slowed down and said: Whlttaker feels the same way.' Go looka him for With emphasis. "So there s no use drive over to Trumet Center and de "My dear I.ulgl. I hox- - that what I take, I about Incnto )on, the night he will to see ber! I wouldn't go to see her will and wherever you liver a note and get a package for me? am going to say to you will not lead are there will I go- - It may be when tho W four wastin' your breath." la she was up in paradise After some strenuous minutes the Them you can come hack here, and I you to think that I do not trust you earth Is awakennng after a nocturnal for me." "DON'T OITE CP TUB 8B1P." lumbrr. It msy b when the sun Is pourvisitor managed to make It clear to shall be ready to start for home.' Implicit I.v. it Is papa who Is uncertain ing a Hood of light on hill and vale, II may out more about them while tbey lived Cn.VPTEIt XV. Mrs. Beaslcy's mind that she was not "Drive-dri- ve black. about a oil. He would prefer that I be when you think ouitelf concealed In nothln'! The tlere." 1 Its. BANGS," said the school a peddler. She tried to add a word of smith's out and won't be back for an should marry a man born In America, the shadows of e thing, that I will come, Asaph Tldditt pulled his beard Ilf but feet mistress as If It was tbo most further explanation, but It was effort other hour. His boy's there, but be'a whose family and antecedents we bladecome I will, and when youyour my thoughtfully. cutting Into )our heart eyea might learn about. You know that casual thing in tbe world, "I wasted. a big enough lunkhead to try ballln' you "Well," be observed, "I was kind of hall serve you for the last time, and have no relatives In America, and they will behold me bending over yo "'Taln't no use!" snapped Debby. out a dory with a fork, and that buggy want to borrow your hus cal'latln' to go to Orbam next week on a little visit. Seth Wingate over there band tomorrow, I want blm all day, "I can't hear you, you speak so faint axle Is bent so It's simply got to be In orderInto learn of your ancestry and gloutlng In my icvenge." Italy one must go there t As the man stopKxl rending I heard Barzllla Wingate's cousin, Whit is a too, because I'm thinking of driving Walt till I get my horn. It's In tbe fixed. I'd no more go home to Kctury status I have make mi Investigation. told a thud, and. turning. I saw Nina lying sort of relation of mine. Seth's been over to Trumet, and I need a coach scttln' room." with tbat buggy as 'tis than I'd Ob, papu Phoebe's wonder as to wbat tho my land of love!' what you have told me that you In a heap on the ground. Her father Orbam town clerk about as long as man. You'll go, won't you, Mr. Bangs?" n picked her up and wns about to carry Bailey, who bad been considering the horn" might be was relieved by tbe I've been tbe Bayport one, and he's The ejaculation was almost a groan. are descendant of the hist orient (hat jour father Is a member her uwuy when she revived and Inlived there nil bis life. Wbat be don't advisability of asking for a second cup widow's appearance a moment later There, at tho comer, ear trumpet ad up and looked with the biggest car trumpet ber caller Justed and spectacles glistening, stood of the Italian parliament nnd has been sisted on remaining, giving me a look know about Orbam folks ain't wuth of tea, brightened a cabinet minister. had ever seen. Pupa says. 'What of terrible appeal for my vindication. knowln'. If you say so I'll pump bim pleased. "There, now!" she said, adjusting Debby Beasley, llnlley appeared to proof have you of this?' nnd I can only "These fools," i cried "these con"Whv. ves" h nrnrprnl "I'll cn " about tbe Thayers and the Richards." wilt under her gazo as if tbo spectacles reply that I have your word for It. founded fools bine takeu the closing Mrs. Tripp ventured a hinted ques- - ,he Instrument and thrusting tbe bell wero So It was settled tbat Mr. Wingate twin suns. 1 believe And when papa nskH nie why paragraph of u novel I have uaPu ou under me tcaciiers nose. should be subjected to the "pumping" Hon concerning tho teacher's errand "How how d'ye do, Mrs, Beasley?" you and I say It Is because I love you writing for u threat to kill n man.been process when Asaph visited blm. He at Trumet The rer.lv helne nonrom. " "at. If you ain't a pcOUler. faltered Mr. Bangs. "I hope you're Of ho laughs at me." macblue agent?1 nil the Htupld aslulnlty ever heard" departed for this visit the following mlttal. the widow cheerfully nronhe- - wuat 08 you-se"My dear Nina." I replied, "have pa- Phoebe explained that sbo bad come smart' Bled that sho messed 'twn The Hllco forco looked nt each other, irntnir tn week nnd remained nn-nfnr nn l'cs," sho answered. "I'm pretty (leucc. I have written for such proofs doubtful iih to whether or no they bad Meanwhile several thtnin hatmened In rain or snow next day. "It's about ,ome dlstanco on purpose to see Mrs, of who nml what Beasley. am as shall con made n mistake. She was Interested In tho tolcr'ble, thank you. What was tb Bayport, time ro r the line storm," sbo added. "Can you prove what you say?" ask-r- d But it did not storm, although a Tbaycrs, who used to live In Orbam. matter, Mr. Bangs? Why didn't you vince any doubter. Meanwhile, though Ono of these things was tbe farewell their chief. of tbe Hon. Heman Atkins. Congress brisk cold galo was blowing when aft- particularly In Mr. John Thayer, who come In? Do you usually inako your I do not expect your father to feel sat isfied concerning me. it seems to me "Certainly. In my satchel I have my was to open at Washington, and tbo er breakfust next morning tbe "borso died In 1S54. She had been told that calls round tho corner?" The schoolmistress came to the res that If you really lovo me you will Hovel and the substitute for tbat honorable heeded tho call of duty. and team." with Bailey In bis Sunday Debby formerly lived with tbo Tbay- trust me." which I rewrole." Alicia and the housekeeper went with suit and overcoat and Miss Dawes on era and could no doubt remember a cue. You mustn't blame Mr. Bangs, Mrs. Had I not romance In my nature I My mortification him, and tbe big bouse was closed for the buggy seat beside him, turned out great deal about them. at pulling only of the boarding house yard and start"Ho wasn't tvould not be n novelist Itoiiiniiee led manuscripts Instead of toilet articles Mrs. Beasley, her bearing now with- - Beasley," she explained. tbe winter. me to take the ground that thero Is from my satchel wns overtopped by ed on tho twelve mile Journey to Tru In forty-tlvdegrees of tbe normal. responsible for what happened at Cap. And on tbo day following Mr. Thomgrew Interested. She ushered her vis- - tain Whittaker's. He Is tbe gentleman something In true lovo to ludtico n my delight ut having n vindication at as, the prodigal father, also left town. met In Trumet Center, which Is not much Hor Into tbe adjoining room and prof- - who drove me over here. I was going woman to trust the mnii sho loves hand. The nil Icemen went bock to A position in Boston had been offered tho city without me. and my escape to send blm to Mrs. Atwood's for tbe without culling on blm for Ills creden blm, ho said, and bo felt that he must of a center, Miss Dawes allcbted from fered her a chair. the buggy and entered a building tial. I went Into it rhapsody about this from arrest ctclted the sympathy of "What you so Interested In the diary.1 accept It. bearing a sign with the words "Metro. Thayers for?" inquired Debby. "One I beautiful faith In n loved one ami suc all my entertainers. wns InvlU'd to "Position offered blm! Um to bi conTntun). ceeded lu Infusing the sentiment Into remain till my credential catno from quoth Diinlck, the cynical, in conversa- polltau Variety Store. Joshua Atwood. of the heirs, be you? They didn't wns nil pretended to be and Italy, and when they nrrlved they conQood Catch. Nlnu. tion with Captain Cy. "Insiiector of Prop'r, Groceries, Coal, Dry Goods, In- - leave nothln'." "The doctor doesn't llko my symp was only concealing from my betroth tained u check from my fiitla-- that set No. the schoolmistress was not an sidewalks, I shouldn't wonder. Well, surance, Boots and Shoes, Garden ed my jMiverty. which my hopeful dis me up In good shape. please dou't ask me If I think Heman Seeds, Etc." A smaller slcn beneath heir, was not even a relative of the toms." Mnn nnd I ur now very hnnny to "Then whv don't rnn hnm .Anid position led mo to think would soon be sent blm to Boston so's to have him this was lettered "Justice of thn fa mil v. Hut she was was interested ended. But there wus not a single rea gether. have gleii up scribbling. out of tha war and 'cause he'd feel Peace" and one below tbat read "Post- - Just tho same. A friend of hers was avmntoms that will nlens.. i.im UoxiM I'1" my futher-lii-lan ,n ",jr w,,ru w,,jr s" inilng tuken me Into He Is rich and very handsome'-Pltt- sa relative an- dconsiderable safer than If he was loose on,co' ne emerged ji moment later, fol- - J'What Is your friend." inquired we burgh Post rami in one wiiom sue suw omy bis business. down here. Don't ask me that. for. Cturruaman Heman Atkln wants to mt Cy Whittaker's place. Cy uneipect dlr returns to his boyhood home Every on In Bayport venerates and Her Atklna aieept Cy. Atkln oppotei Dawes as U selection of Miss Phoeb taacher. Cy champloni Phoebe Dawes against Atkins, and aha la elected teacher. Cy Mra. rleasley aa housekeeper. Cy dlacharifs Mrs. Deasley. Emily Richards Thomas, a fed eight, arrives at CjTs nta.es. "h is an orphan and has coma to llvs With him, although he did not tnvlt her it) do so. Cy Is furious, but h stows fond of her SYNOPSIS. enifi M jIc. "Well," said Mr. Tldditt. with n glnrc at Bang. "I nsked Scth about the Tbaycrs and the lllchnrds folks the very fust night I struck Orbam. lie remembered 'cm. Folks used to call John Thayer a smart young feller, so Beth said. They used to cal'late that bed rise lilglt In the seafarin' nnd sblpownln' line. Maybe he would, only lie died some- whores In Callforny 'lone In 54 or thereabouts. 'Twas the time of the gold crazlness out there, and he left his ship and went gold huntln . And the next thing I hoy knew bo was dead and burled." When was that?" Inquired the schoolmistress. "In '34. I tell you. So Scth says." "What ship was be on?" asked Bat ley. "Wan't on any ship. Why don't you listen instead of scttln' there moonln'? He was gold dlggln', 1 tell you." "Ho'd been on a ship, hadn't be? What was the name of her?" "I dldu't ask. Wbat difference does that make?" "Wasn't Mr. Atkins at sea In those days?" put In the teacher. The cap. tain answered her. "Yes. he was," he said "that Is. I think bo was. lie was away from here when I skipped out, and be didn't get back till '01 or tberabouts." "So that was all you could find out. hey, Ase?" asked the captain. "Well, it's at least as much as I expected. You see, teacher, these story book nations don't work out when it comes to why MIssj Dawes shonld have changed color, but. according to Debby's subsequent tos tlmony, she did; sho Mushed, so the widow declares, "No," she protested, "Oh. no! It's a -s- he's a child, that's nll- -n little girl many Mrs. Pensley remembered things, but nothing at all oncoming John Thayer's life In the west "Ho never wrote home bu once or twlco nfcre ho died." she said, "nnd when he did Emily, his wife-- never told mo what was In his tetters. She always burnt 'cm, I guess. 1 used to hunt n re u ml for 'em when she was out, but she burnt 'em to spite me, I cal'late. Her and me didn't get along any too well, hlio said I tnikcu too much to other folks about what was none of their business. Now, anybody tbat knows mo knows that ain't one of my fatlln's. I told her so; says , Inquisitor "a mnnl There was no reason Accused Fortunately Vindi- through tha romance tinged eyea of a lover. Yet I succeeded In drawing from Iter an Impassioned statement that If I wero accused of being a mem ber of tho dreaded Carnorrn society, If I wero convicted o( being a perpetra- cation Was at Hand By OSCAR COX . tor of Black Hnnd crimes, still woulil sho believe that I was maligned and Innocent. I kissed her again nnd ngaln. telling her that her conlldonco In me had enhanced my lino for her tenfold. Hours had passed when we returned to her home. Leaving tm Nlnn went straight to her father nnd told him that my credentials wero expected shortly and till their arrival she would -- .5 - 1 & 1 1 1 1 rn "De-Debb- y 1 1 1 .i, wln' 1 pa-I'- e ya-asl- " 1 1 r nrili 1 -- Jnnuary 29, IOH. T1IE CITIZEN, Pago Seven. A Corner for Women . The CUdrei's Hour AAf. ' , I Verse for This Week. I LET'S PRETEND, No one knows heller llinn you children how lo play pretending games. And my, wuni run a isi To day suppose you pretend that you have n visitor. His namo is Mr. Henry Wndsworth Longfellow, and he is n poet. Now of courso everyone cannot write poelry, so our visitor Is a very unusunl one. Of course you nsk him to recite some of his poems, and then how ut.'iil von nm llml vou did. for volt discoer that ho loves children very! much. Indeed he has three daugh ters of his own nud you learn that! ho calls them "(Iravo Alice and laughing Alle-gr- a, Daddy's Bedtime twriVJt H SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Didn't Wake Up Until 12 o'Cloek. nrT J How Mr. Snail mt f rr. Was in lime For Supper. Berea's Vocational Schools do not nsk my cross to liixleraLniil, And Edith with golden hair." My way lo sec; So you see you can very easily ImaHoller in ilnrknoM just to fool Thy gine just what his daughters arc liatul, like. Ami follow Thcc You ask Mr. Longfellow when his Adelaide A. Procter. birthday is, nod when he tells you that It is February 27lli, you promise that you will learn to recite EGOLESS HECIPES - Molasses Ginger Bread. Two cupfiils of Hour, iiii:nun tor sifting; om cup of molasses h:ilf ciiii of your cream or milk, oin teaspoon of sotlii, one of Kinger, half teaspoon of salt, one penerous tablespoon of sliorteniiiK and ouo of cold water. Put the molasses milk, salt nud into the howl. Dissolve soda in water. Melt MiurteiiiiiK and add id;i water and shortening to mix iiiYn in howl. Heat well. Add the Pour iuU limn- - ami heal uuicklv. well greased pans and hake in quick oven twenty minutes. Serve hot. Hominy Crumpets. TliCbO must he set over night. Heat well together two cups or milk, four lahlespoonfuls melted hutter, four eups of Hour and a scant cup of well l.niioil lmminv. If the arKO liomlny is used it should he chopped. Add salt lo taste and put in warm place until half an hour heforo baking tea lime; then stir in mimnfiit of soda dissolved in hot water. Let them stand one-ha- lf hour, then hake very quickly in mulliii rings or lins, or drop by the spoonful on a greased baking pan Cheeso Toast. Tn.mt bread onlv on one side. Put of nni.ihiil potato on the un toasted side and dot with butter and Oralc a little cheeso .1 Utile narslev. over tlio potato. Return to oven un nl Rluwjti) is melted and potato is hot. Serve at once. one-four- th Smooth Hands In Cold Weather It is a perplexing problem for those who do housework lo keep llic hands rlean and smooth In cold wea t her. Tlio woman who must put her hand into water llfty times a day often suffers from chapped, red hands, which cause her great an- iiiiv'i tint mill piiiharrassmcnt. There are many remedies for rough hands, lint here is one within the reach of Tlio other day I read of two wo men who lived next door lo eacli oilier, and often exchanged houseKarh suffered from hold hints. ehapped hands, and neither had been able to llnd a suitable remedy, une day one of Ihe neighbors went away for two weeks. When sho returned sho was greeted' by her friend, who stretched out two soft, white hands Tlio oilier woman looked in amaze ment and envy. "You have secured a servant to do your work," sho re-- I "No. Indeed." said her "friend, "hut I've made a great dis FUNNY SAYINGS OF KIDDIES roverv." And then she told it. After you wash your hands, using Much Embarrassment In Church a pure soap, wipo theni dry; then Caused by Alarming Discovery of rub some of the soap into them Just Preacher' Small Daughter. . as you would cold cream. Thoy will Ono of the most embarrassing situ always be soft and white. allons In which I was ever placed, says Illldo Cowbara, the artist, In the Tlio following was contributed by Strand, was caused by a nloco of the teacher of one of our rural mine whose father was a clergyman and whom I took to church for tho .schools: Tho history class was studying first tlmo. Sho did not In the least know what her fathor did and for a tlio Civil War. lone tlmo did not observe him. Hut "Now. children." said tho teach Union men after sitting qulotly bcsldo me for or, "in tho Civil War tlio somo time, hardly daring to ralso her wero called Yankees, what wore tho oyos bocauso I told her she must be men cnlled? "Thero was quiet or sho would not go to church Southern a pauso and considerable squirming again, sho suddenly, In the. mlddlo of of the class, when at last a hand tho sermon, looked up and saw him, went no. "Well." said Iho leachcr. and screamod: "Auntie, look, there's "I think, Sir." said tho little girl, daddy up thero! And whatever Is he yelling about?" "that they wero called Doodles." Which reminds me of two little nophowa of ralno who were taken to a churchyard by a rery old and ploua aunt Sho, thinking to Impress tho ADVICE TO YOUTH. surroundings on thorn, said, "You The first mariner who ever went know, Jack and Fred, It Is only tho forth lo sea became llic guide and body that lies here. Now, what part of him goes to heaven?" "Ills head, I adviser of the next one. and to on. suppose." How idiotic would a sailor be toThere are probably many mothers day who turned wilfully away from who have had cause to stnllo at tho chads and soundall the maps and quaint additions which their children ings which long exrwrienced predeat times have made to their prayers. A little girl friend of mine was once cessors have thoughtfully provided taken to a ventriloquist entertainfor him! Is the young man or woment, which Impressed her very much. man much belter who turns away While saying her prayers that night defiantly from the advice of elders she asked God to look after all her who have sailed the sea of life? brothers and sisters and make her a good girl. Then there was a pause Tliat way shipwreck lie. and one beard, sotto voice, "AH right." cut-ore- eervono. some verses from his Children's poem to recite on that day. Ami here are Ihe verses: Come to me, 0 ye children! For I hear you at your play, And Ihe questions that perplexed me llae vanished quite away. Ah, what would the world ho lo 'It us If the children wero no more? We should dread the desert behind us Worse than Ihe dark before. , Mr. Longfellow is pleased that on will learn some of his verses, and he (ells you, as he puts you down from his knee and gets ready to go for ho has several calls to OUR MUCH ABUSED LANGUAGE make that ho would like to have you come to see him on his birth- Americans Notorious the World Over day. for Their Faulty Articulation-Refo- rm Is Needed. So you have from now until Fri day, February "Till to plan to lake That a reform In our habits of a long journey. speech Is necessary has long been conceded by tho more Intelligent perUNG FARMER son. PROGRESSIVE Americans are notorious, the world Southern Boy Cultivates Acre or u?nd over, for their faulty articulation; and this unwise economy of vocal energy With Extremely Pleasing Results has not only disfigured our language Member of Corn Club. to tho ear, but has also given aid and The Ropes Being Tied to the Whetl reformers of Tho com club boys are certainly comfort to tho Rim Will Easily Turn Around the coming to thu front, and they are. our spelling. Pole. If the word program, for Instance. many of them. In a position now to teach their fathers and grandfathers Is repeatedly heard as program (or the Popular Mechanics. Streamers of program), with strong accent on the different colors and flowers for spe first syllable and almost no vowel ctal occasions may be attached to sound In the second, why, It Is asked, make a pretty display. should It 'not bo' written as It Is pronounced? No wonder that our coun- CHILDREN ARE GIVEN TOYS try takes the lead In "spelling reform," having already so effectually English Railway Furnishes Playthings to Little Folks Who Are Travdivorced the spoken from the written eling First-claslanguage Strange and startling are. the tricks that mispronunciation plays with Playthings are supplied free by the spelling. lamentably common Is It London and Northwestern railway to to meet with the expression "would all children who are traveling first' of for "would have" In the corre- class and have a long Journey before spondence of the careless In speech. them, says the Popular Mechanics Tho new all but universal use of These playthings consist of miniature will for shall and of would for should Is probably duo largely to the greater ease of saying "I will" or "I'll," "we will" or "we'll." "I would" or "I'd." "w'd," than of articulating "I shall." "I should." etc. Thus the evil results of slovenly utterance show themselves In grammar " as well as la spelling, and tho stately structure of our ancestral tongue Is Southern Boy's Good Work. slowly but surely yielding to the InHoniethhiR about raising corn, Thu sidious assaults of carelessness, abuse, Illustration shows a southern boy Indolence, mistaken zeal In efforts at standing In his corn Held that pro- reform and other Influences. duced 140 bushels. This boy selected r pine land, PRINCE WHO HATES PORRIDGE an n ere of ordinary prepared It, properly fertilized and English Railway Relieves Tedium of cultivated Intelligently Ulth the above Queen Mary Compels Wales to Eat It Travel by Supplying Playthings to Despite Strong Dislike Good for result. the Children. JIB mountain lizards had sent out Invitations for a party," said daddy. 'They had Invited tbo llwmls, the beetles, the caterpillars, the moths and Mr. Sammy Snail, who wns a groat friend of theirs. Of course for such a large party they had made their plans weeks in advance, oven before they sent out their invitations. The party wns to be given on the It was n beautiful spot, the mountain lliards very top of n high mountnln. thought. Then they hung llttlo lanterns all around to mako 11 look 'festive,' they said. Tho Invitations they sent out read ns follows: " 'The mountain lizard family at home on tho top of the mountain Thursday nftertioon from 3 until 7. " 'I'. 8. IMenso come early, ns we're going to hnvo wonderful games first, which will wake you very hungry, and yon'll then more than enjoy tho good supper we've prepared.' "When Mr. Sammy Snail opened his Invitation he wns much delighted. 'Ah. that's splendldT ho cried. 'I'll start enrly In the morning, so I'll get there on time, and, though I'm not so very fond of games myself, I'll watch the others get tired and overheated, while 1 11 feel cool and restcu wuen supper time comes. I'll have to bo ou time.' "However, Thursday morning came, nnd Mr. Sammy Snail overslept lie didn't wnke up until 12 o'clock, nnd as ho opened his eyes and yawned he saw from his shell tho cnterplllnrs nnd other guests crawling up tho mountain side ns fast as they could go. Now. Sammy Smill lived halfway up the mountain side, so ns he saw what time It was he snld to himself: 'Oh, well, I haven't very fnr to go! I'll Just take another little nap.' So he turned over nnd went to sleep again. "On top of the mountain the other guests were having a good time. They wondered why Sammy Snail didn't come. 'He promised us he'd he on time,' said the mountnln I Irani. , " 'He menus to be. I think.' said one of the catcrplllnrs, 'but ho really can t help his laziness.' was time for supper, and still Sammy had not arrived. 'I do hope he won't sleep nil dny!' snld another mountain lizard, when nt that moment pulling nntl limiting, slowly crawling along, camo Sammy Snail. " 'I hope I'm not latcV he said. 'I overslept' At this all tho party laughed, and Sammy laughed too. "Hut when be saw he wns Just In time for supper ho was quite satisfied, delicious for what more could n snnll wnnt thnn plenty of sleep and then a supper party without having to get up nt crnck.of dnwn too?" T Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined with general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commercial. FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Eddcatlon for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not going thru College, but desire more general education. This is just tho thing for those preparing for medical studies or other professions with out a college course. It also gives the best general education for those who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This give3 the very best training for those who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring,' thus earning money to keeprlght on in their course of study Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is tho straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hlrtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Derea's largest department. 6th Door Berea College .', This is tho crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Questions Answered BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g institution. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to prr tect 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 hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of 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 rent for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, in the fall, and 1.50 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 and $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM Incidental Fee Room VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADCMY AND NORMAL OOLLCOB ' BlBIhBs9b $ 5.00 5.60 $ 6.00 7.00 $ 7.00 7.00 the Complexion. locomotives, cars, and other railroad From time Immemorial oatmeal has equipment, which are delivered to the had a reputation of being good for children without the making of any the complexion. Whether It Is due record, but with tbo understanding to oatmeal or not, the complexions of that they are to be left In the car the royal children, llko that of their at the end of the Journey. mother, Queen Mary, have always been ndmtred and envied; but Scotch Juvenile Football. porridge has always formed tho first When Willie came Into tho house courso of their broakfast. his face and clothes looked as If he Tho prlnco of Wales alono among had been poked through a concrete family hates It, says a London dis- mixer. the patch. Ono morning lately ho "Gracious! my son," cried his moth"funked It" and begged his mother to er, "what In the world hare you been lot him off "Just this once." Hut the doing?" queen replied promptly: "I want you "l'layln' football." said Willie. to grow up toll and muscular." "But how did you get so dirty?" Tho prince, who Is known to be very "It's the way the gatno goes," WilJealous of his sister Mary's Inches, lie explained. "You see, ono of the gulped It down. boys holds the ball In his hands and I stand right back of him. He yells throe, four. GOOD POLE 'One, two,passes tho ball Are, six, sevback to me, en!' and then all the other boys Jump1 on me Single Post, Set Securely In Ground and rub my noso In the mud." Where There Is Sufficient Vacant Space. Is Needed. "According to Gun tor." In America the abovo ohraso la used can In the same way that tho Kngllsh use An inexpenslvo bo mado of a single polo sot In tho the phrase "according to Cocker." Gun-te- r ground where there Is sufficient vacant was an emlnont English mathema spaco for tho turning of the ropes. The tician, who died In the seventeenth pole may bo of gas plpo or wood, long century. Ills name 'stilt survives In enough to extend about 12 feet above connection with the GunterB scalo and the ground. An Iron wheel Is attached the surveying chain, which Is often on the uppor end so that It will revolvo called Canter's chain. easily on an axle, which may be an Iron pin driven Into the post A few Beth. Iron washors placed on the pin under He In, In the names of places menthe wheel will reduce tho friction. tioned tn tho Bible, is the Hebrew llopoe of varying lengths are tied to word for house. Thus, Bethlehem Is the rim of the wheel. The rider takes the bouse of bread; Ileth ol, the bouse hold of a rope and runs around the of God; bouse of mercy. Iu pole to start the wheel In motion, then ntrmlugham there Is a thoroughfare be swings clear of the ground, writes called Uetbolom How, In which Is an J. Bera; Mitchell of Wichita, Kan.. In ! old Hebrew burying ground. Ileth-Olomeans the house of eternal rest. MERRY-GO-ROUND merry-go-rounI Ueth-eald- Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 10, 1913 Board 7 weeks, dut Oct 29, 1913 Total for terra If paid In advance WINTER Incidental Fee Room 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 S29.0O 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 9.45 $23.45 9.45 $32.90 $3I.40 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 TERM $ 5.00 S32.40 $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 Board 6 weeks 6.00 9.00 Amount duo Dec. 31, 1913 $20.00 Board 6 weeks due Feb. 11, 1914 9.00 Total for term If paid in advance $29.00 '$28.50 $30.70 S3I.70 $320 This does not Include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Fall H'iultr Spring Stenography and Typewriting $14.00 $12.00 $10.00 $36.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .... 14.00 12.00 10.00 36.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 7.00 6.00 5.00 18.00 s Business course studies for students in other departments: Stenography 10.50 9.00 7.50 27.00 Typewriting, with one hour's use of instrument 7.00 6.00 5.00 18.00 Com. Law, Com. Gcog., Com. Tlt Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 1.80 1.50 5.40 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea if there is the will to do so. It Is a great advantago to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time In the public schools going over and over the same things, when they might be Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies with some of tho best young men nnd women from other counties and states. Applicants must brine or send a testimonial showing that they are above 16 years old, in good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neigh bor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Winter Term opened Dec. 31sl. Ilurry upl For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary. able-bodi- D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. 11R0 Klgllt. THE CITIZEN. nois Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Oalleate Appatlt. Agio Opren, at present. Mr. and "It'a awful trying, this catering to a Mrs. Andrew Opron recently moved sick girl," Mrs. Douglas confessed to lo Nina, Ky. Tho Rev. James Mc- - the friendly visitor who had called to Knight of Harlaudo, is visiting his Inquire for Amy. "I believe this convalescent business laughter, Mrs. E. C. Blair, at prcs- from this vicinity conies harder on tne than lier real sicku wero visiting in Berea last Friday. ness," continued Mn. Douglas, withgot deep licit. put to -- Mrs. Mary I nomas is very low something "I'm that cat with Ita to relMi that aho'll wilh ronsumplion. W. Wilt re- I get all riled up sometimes trying to lumed to his home in Harlan coun- tempt her." ty a few days ago, after a pleasant Tlie visitor said something sympii visit with friends and relatives nl thetlc, and Mrs. Ilougla went on. this place. Mrs. Lillio Levett vlslt- - "Only yesterday," alio said. "I got her a Mirk chop and 5 cents' worth of d Ihe home of J. Lovelt Mondny. marshmallowi for her dinner, and If '.arral Martin returned home Sun- - you'll believe me she turned up her lay from Clenr Creek where sho had nose, and said she couldn't eat a mite." been visiting relatives. Mrs. Maltlo Coyle of Rockford was In Boona one Youthful Aesursnc. "When 1 waa your age." aald the day last week. Geo. Wren Is In tho limber business again. Ben Blair a tern parent, "I waa accumulating and brother Lewis aro In the spoko money of my own." business nl present. A nico babyi "Yea," answered the graceless youth, think girl arrived al tho home of Mr. and "but don't you It Is the public waa easier then than now?'' Mrs. Henry Oadd Jan 20lh. Tho small children of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wat Tyltr'e Rebellion. Wren who have been sick aro some Attempts to tlx hy statute the waget better. Mr. Mec Sims continues of Bgrloultiiml laborers In Kngland quile sick. Meetings wero held were- largely responsible for the great Tyler's rebel near Climax Saturday and Sunday revolt of IfWI. or "Wotn,,. lion." It represented despairing conducted by the Holiness people. effort of landowners to get back to O. S. Sims is employed on the rail the level of wncc before the black road al present. death came to make labor dear. Hut the lord of the manor overshot the OWSLEY COUNTY mar!;. lie wanted the day wage kept Posey down to 4 cents to 0 cents a day Had Posey, Jan. 21. Wo aro having he put 0 cents to 9 cents In the arhed Ihe pleasanlest January that we ule there inlsht bnve Invii no reMllon ' January 20, 19M. East Kentucky Correspondence Nsws You Qtz Nowhere Else lWcontiai4lM HBbf4 A WORD aaleat la (sU by ( (ood No Substitutes RETURN to the grocer all sent you for Royal It ast (at jMltatloa, est M ! trMtiM UIU. WflU fUlttj. tit writer. Ta MB OF WARNING. describing a delightful trip Kansas and Colorado, the pleasures of climbing Pikes Peak and crossing the Rockies, he lold of his approach to I ho land of I he Mormons, anil described the. lends and practices of the Mormon religion. It Is a polygamous religion, as degrading lo womanhood as some of the practices or Mohammedanism According to a Mormon's itself. creed, his hope of reaching Heaven depends upon the great number of wives be. has, and licentiousness and depravity prevail in the family life. The Mormon doctrine tenches' that the Christ was a polygamisl, Mary and Martha being among his wives. The Mormon church imposes the duty upon each young man of spending two years of his life as a missionary of his religion, and hundreds of supporters of the Mormon religion, arc travelling throughout the country, seeking to induce young women to go to Utah, where a fair and pleasant life is promised which proves to be a lifo of unspeakable , shame. Mr. Knight sends a warning to his friends of thu mountains that they cannot safely tolerate for an instant anyone coming in the name of the Mormon religion. On Thursday Insl, Rev. Chas. S. west end of Berea. Arnold, Ihe son KTilglil delivered a lecture in unitis recovering from After of Millard Brown, ed chapel on Morinonlsm. pneumonia. Mr. Beverly Hubbard through relumed after n business trip lo their homes in the Mr. Kiuuard, has have had in many years. Mr. Badly Expretied. Clayton Rowland is claiming lo en Mother-in-laIt l so kind of you. 1011. ter school nl Richmond Jan. M. liHcph. to take Hie trouble to drive Mrs. J. T. Mainous and son Joe me home! Son lo iuw-tn- n't mention made a trip lo Clay county tho first tl It' no troiilile tit all. (In tin mo if lb is week to visit her father. 'rory. It l the nirwt dHtu'litful drive Mr. Smith Jackson sold a cow lo L. I have had for some time!- - Loudon I'elecniph. M. Garrett for $00.00. Miss Elizabeth Scovillc mado a business trin The wise prove and the foolish con lo Beattyvillo today. Mr. Fred Mc- by their conduit that a life ol fe is able to sil up a liltlo now, Iutiro Vine. uiploycient Is the only life worth ending. Wlllliiin 1'nley. Vine, Jan. 21. Born lo Mr. ami iter a lingering illness of fever. Mrs. Felix Pennington an eleven JACKSON COUNTY. pound boy. His namo is Henry. Isaacs. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ponder arc all Isaacs, Jan. 23. The weather con- smiles over the arrival of a line boy. "I CAN'T!" seatinues very pleasant for this His name is Homer. Mr. and Mrs. son of the year. Farmers arc plow- Henry Ferguson are tho happy par- "I Can't" lacks in nerve: he's too faint of heart. ing for next year's crop. Mrs. Tom nts of a bouncing boy. His namo To pilch in like n man and do his part; lit-t- lo Trudl is on the sick list. The He's none of the spirit dial lights and wins; is Ernest. Mr. Wm. Eslridge, who infant of Mrs. Sinda Pennington sold his farm to his brother-in-laHe admits he's beaten before he begins. is also sick. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Da- Mack Clark, moved to Annvillc, Maran-d- a "I Can't" sees as mountains what bolder eyes vis wero the guests of Mrs. where he bought more land. MarRecognize as mole hills; ambition dies, Parrett Thursday. A scries of ried at the hride's home last Thurs And leaves him complaining in helpless wrath, meetings is being held at the Wil- day, Mr. dilbert Ferguson and Miss When the llrst small obstacle blocks his path. son chapel. Charley Baldwin has Dora Howard. A long and happy purchased two small farms at litis lifo is the wish to the happy cou"I Can't" has a notion thai, out of spite, placo, one from R. E. Taylor, the ple. Mr. Lillie Pennington and Miss He's being cheated of what's bis right. Robert Parrel t, Sr. He is Haley McWhorlcr were married at other from The men who succeed by hard work and pluck, preparing to erect dwelling houses the homo of the bride. The Rev. Ho envies, and sneers at as "Fools for luckl" on the one bought from Mr. Taylor. Levi Pennington officiated. A long moved to his Mr. C. Copo has "I Can't" is a loafer who won't admit and happy life is the wish of the farm on Wolfe Branch. Mrs. Lil-l- ia writer. Herbert, the little son of That his life's the mess he has made of it; Cornelius visited Mrs. Dora Tay- Isaac Pennington, is very sick with Tho treasure that's sparkling beneath his eye, Ho thinks be can't reach and won't even try. lor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Da- pneumonia fever. Mr. Melton is vis visited Mr. and Mrs. G. n. Daery low at this writing and is not "I Can't" has a feeling Ihe world's in debt vis Sunday. Mr Bradley Baldwin expected to live. To him for a living he's failed lo get; lias moved to Arcti Baldwin's placo But, given a chance lo collect, ho'll rant recently vacated by John Truelt. LEE COUNTY About past failures, and whine, "I can'tl" Idamay. Charles R. Barrett. Kerby Knob. Idamay, Jan. 20. Mr. Frank Pen HackKerby Knob, Jan. 25. Rev. nington, who has been running the er failed to fill his regular appoint- produce business in Idamay for ment at Kerby Knob Saturday and some time, went home last Wcdnes- Puxxl Picture. Sunday. Mrs. Walter Williams, lay to see his child who was very Mr. George Mainous is cooking fur Pretty plcturea taken from maga-tlnewho has been very sick, is some bet- sick. Mr. J. Smallwood preached al a railroad crew at Evyln. Miss May discarded ter. Mrs. Laura Turner is selling Idamay last Thursday night. A Ballard gavo a social last Saturday picture advertisement and Into several books are cut up her household goods preparing to large crowd attended. There will aflernon for the bencllt of her En- pieces and placed Into envelopes. A meet her husband in southern Indi- bo preaching at Corrent next Sun- - glish class. They all reporled a de food Idea la to write the same numana. Mr. G. W. Johnson, wtio lias lay night. Miss Rachel Isaacs en lightful time. Mr. Hiram Fullen ber on the back of the envelope and been suffering from a nail wound tertained a large crowd Sunday, lias been visiting his son, who is at- all plecea belonging to one puitle, so that If a piece (eta mlied with the in ttie fool, is somo better. Mrs. Miss Eunice Jones spent last Sat tending school at Berea, and reportothers It can be readily returned to Ita Geo. Wilds of Clover Bottom visited urday night with Mrs. Lully Evans ed that lie is getting along line. own set her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Click, last Mr. Charlie Evans called at tho Miss Ellle Hyde n spent last SaturEach child la banded a puxxle, and Sunday. Mr. Frank Hobbs and Miss homo of Miss Allic Cornell Sunday. day night with Miss Givens Haraa aoon as he aucceeds In placing the Laura McKinney wero recently afternoon. Miss Allio Porter and mon. plecea In their proper position he la marr ed at the home of the bride Miss Nannie Pendleton spent last given credit for It by the acore Wo wish them much joy Saturday night with Mrs.Vinie Pen- groom. keeper, and recelvea another putzle and happiness through life. lleton. Best wishes to tho Citizen, MAKE MONEY SELLING OUR NEW to work with. The one who aucceeda In putting together the moat plcturea BOOK "THE PATH TO in a stated time receive a well- Grayhawk. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY earned prize. POWER." Gravhawk. Jan. 20. Tho Revs Disputanta. Snowballs. John Mason and Maneas failed to Dispulanta, Jan. 21. Will Crouch- - (By Rev. Chas. Spurgeon Knight.) Thla la an amusing game. Snow-ball- a Gray er went to Perry county to work come to their annointment at made of cotton batting and covIt contains 221 pages and 40 illus- ered with white tissue paper and a hawk at tho M. E. church. Mr. W. He left here this week. Sam Coffey R. Engle is all smiles. He has just and wifo visiled al Iho home of W. trations, and touches every phase amall basket are required. The play-er- a stand about eight feet from the Sylvester of lifo from the cradlo lo tho grave. houirht two lino jersey cows. II. Thomas Sunday. tossea the moat Railroad is all the talk now at Gray-haw- k. Shearer and Sol Abrams visited P. Tho chapter on Sanitation and basket The one who la the prize winballa Into and W. Shearer's Sunday. G. V. Owens Health, and the bulletins on canning ner. Eachthe basketmight bo given Mr. Sanford Lanchcart child his brido moved to Pondlico Branch mado a (lying trip to Berea Thurs vegetables and raising corn alone three snowballs to start with. on a farm recently bought by J. H day. Mrs. Emily GatlilT visited her aro worth many times the prico of A Christmas Spldar Wab. npirlov from Havs Holcomb. Mrs daughter, Mrs. Robert Shearer, Sun the book. Besides all this it conTake aa many balla of twine as Lowira Tincher is back home after day. Mr. O. M. Payne is in tho hos tains much valuable information on there are children expected at the a visit wilh her son, J. G. Tincher, pital at Lexington. Ho is slowly mi tho subjects of Farming, Fruit party. To one end of each ball attach Temperance, a card bearing the chlld'a name and Heredity, proving. II is reported that Mr. Growing, Inexpensive gift Carico. Dan Cemeron has the small pox, and Habit forming and Homo making, to the other end an and closes with two strong sermons Twist the twine around the different 20. Mr. M. J. Hey Carico, Jan. several other people have been ex objects In the room, dive each child nolds of Maulden is in tljjs vicinity posed to them. Tho authorities and a most interesting supplement. the twine and card bearing hla name. taking orders for tho Stark Nursery have Mr. Cameron's houso quaran Tho book sells itself. Prico 35c. At a algnal all begin to unwind the Special prices to agents. Co. Brother James Lunsford failed lined. Mr. Bob McQueen has pur entangled web. Oreat la the fun and loud the exclamations when the 20 books, $3.00 to fulfill his appointment at Flat chased a traction engine and moved young people arrive at the end of 10 books, $1.00. Top yesterday. Mr. S. R. Roberts it lo tho shed where tho spoke fac their string and find a gift awaiting .00. 5 books, has purchased a fine mare of Wit tory was located. Ho will bo ready them. .50. 2 books, lie Roberts for $150. The new rail lo make meal every Saturday. Wil A Pop Com Party. Sent nl our expense. nicely on Pond lie Hampton, who was shot near road is progressing If you don't mind the "musa," and (Address The Citizen and send of course you won't, have a pop corn Creek. Mr. Arlcr McDaniel is vis Wlldie, Ky., was able to come home (ad) party. Have the children alt In a is money order or stamps.) Ring liis sick daughter, Mrs. Ned this week. Francis McQueen circle on the floor and provide each Mctlone, at present. Tho pcoplo of sick. Miss Clara Copo has relumed with a bowl of popcorn, a needle and HOLE BURNT IN CHEST. this placo have lagrippe a great homo from Hamilton. Isaac Harvey aome coarse white thread. Tell them liltlo Son, Sanley, of Mr. traded his new cow for a liorso last deal. Tho Chicago. Lazarus Silverman, that tho one who strings the longest I. John Couch, who lias fever, is nn week. Oscar Owens has mumps. popcorn chain before the time la up proving slowly. All tho citizens In Sherman Swinford is preparing to wealthy president of the Crown Nor. will win the prize. Each youngater was electrocuted In this section aro buying fruit trees movo to Conway this spring, where elty Co., his homo by a smallthe bath- takes home hla own atrlng of corn, room of nlectrlo Mrs. Swinford will teach school manage machine. An Impromptu Entartalnmant Silverman's body CLAY COUNTY. When the children are tired of rompnext fall. Stanloy Payno was called waa discovered by his eldest son, ing, let them alt on the floor In a Burning Springs. to Winchester to work as operator who beard his cries. The boy circle and tell them you are going Burning Springs, Jan. 23. Mr. for the L. & N. Railroad Co. broke down the bathroom door. Sil- to have an entertainment, and that Murray, accompanied by tils verman waa lying on his back, dead, each child must do something to help (Geo. 'two sons, Lindsay and Roscoo, left and the manage machine rested on make It a success. The youngsters Boone. Boone, Jan. 20. Mrs. Lyda Sims, bit chest: The silver casing of the will provide a varisty of numbers for for Indiana. Mrs. Murray and Lind say's wifo will soon Join them. Mr, who has been quite sick, is somo motor waa hot and a part of the mv your Impromptu program, from nurs hln had burned a hole In bis chest. ery rhymes to fejicxdanclnf. James McDaniel, accompanied by belter. Mrs. Fannie Bolen of Illi w, s, I.e-ro- entertained some of his friends Wednesday night. Mrs. Emma BakUo sick for somo er has been time. Mr. Matin Slandafer, accompanied by Caleb Rawlings, returned from Beiva. The latter had been a pupil in the model schools of Berea and had lo return home on account of tho serious illness of his sister, Mrs. Hiram McCreary, where he was boarding. Wo aro very highly pleased wilh tho present Every lerm of Ihe Circuit courl. olllcial is deeply interested in defending the innocent and punishing the guilty. Dr. Pearl Webb, who has charge of the smallpox cases, has done excellent service in preventing an epidemic of the disease. The eases are postmaster Jones and his entire family, tho people on Sandlin branch of Sexton Creek and the people on Chicken branch of aurel Creek. Uncle Thos. Raw- lings sold his good old faithful liorso to parties who now use him in (lie postal service. Mr. J. S. Rawlings made a busines trip lo Annvillc to- a The many friends of Prof, and Mrs. Dinsmoro send to him condo- enee in his sad bereavement in the oss of his wife. There is no substitute for ROYAL. Royal is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful. Powders offered as substitutes are made from alum. ing Powder. HUMAN BROTHERHOOD. SCANDAL THREATENED Senator Qos on Trail of Oraft Invol. Ing Armor Plate Mattera and Officers of United States Navy. Wfitfrn Ntwpr'r Union Nwa fltrvlea. Washington. A naval scandal, Involving collusion between armor plate manufacturers and naval officers to eipilp American battleships with Inferior armor plate. Is being Investigated by a group of Unfed Statea senators. It was learned. It Is charged our naval experts know that the navlea of Japan, Oreat Ilrltaln, Germany and France recently abandoned the manufacture and use of armor Intended to withstand projectiles. Armorplerclng projectiles themselves, according to Information, are Inferior. The effectlvo weapon of the navlea of these countries Is described as a shell containing an explosive of enor- f inous power. Their blow against the outside does vastly more damage than any penetrating projectile could. The charge Is made that rather than admit a serious blunder haa been made In ship construction officials who decide the class of plate to be used have been willing to proceed along present lines, aided by armor plate manufac turers who are making big profits and who have joined with the officials Jn decrying the necessity for a more expensive and more durable plat required to meet the new conditions. Officials of the navy department discredited the statements. LITTLE GIRL IS OEVOURED. armor-piercing Whan Dlaaatar Cama All Wara Kin ana Equality Ralgnad. friends who went through the horrors of the Hau Pruuclsco earthquake In UKX and kept their spiritual senses alert tell me that It luiwt poignant experience waa not one of horror or of pity, but of the almost miraculous at talumelit of human brotherhood. "Just after the disaster, when rich and poor waited In line together for their allowance of bread and milk, 1 aaw," says a friend, "a rich woman from the St Francis hotel Ijlug asleep on a doorstep with her head on a muff. A long sable coat was thrown over her. and under one corner uf It a joutig Japanese txy. a perfect stranger to her, was curled up asleep. "Everybody waa everybody's friend, and. thoiiKh we were nil dog tired, there waa not a won) of complaint or1 III nature. To bivouac together In the park and cure for each other's babies around Urea of driftwood gathered on the beach transformed men and women Into dcfensclesa children of the earth, revealed each to each by their Innate lovablenes. "Common danger and mutual helpfulness, common misfortune, common work, common confrontation with tho elemental, brought a swift achieveA ment of almoat Ideal brotherhood. crushing blow made all the world for Monthly. a time kin. TAKING A PHOTOGRAPH. So Easy Nowadays That It Pooitivsl) Poavad the Old Tlmar. "I'm In an organization where tb member are expected to furnls the secretary with photographs of them' Paris. The cold. selves." especially In the central district of "Year France. Is bringing number of wolves, "Well, I hadn't been to a photogra frantic lth hunger, out of tho woods. phera for twenty years. I hated to go. A little girl returning from school at I remembered the old head clamp, and La Coqullle, near Perlgutux, was dethe twisted spine, and the awkward voured by wild animals, the searching handa. and the depressed chin, and the parties Hading only a torn plsafor silly smile. It seemed to me worse and a few bojia. Hunting parties are than the dentist's. Hut I bad to go. I being orgaMDM everywhere. walked Into the photographer's big room like a Christian martyr, ami the MARKETS operator pointed out a chair, and I sat CINCINNATI down, and he said. That's all.' t asked him to repeat It lie did. Then 1 Corn New corn Is quoted aa fol got out of the ctinlr and went back to lows: No. 2 white 70071c. No. 3 my office." No. white SStf c. No. 4 white "Welir 2 yellow No. 3 yellow (IHO "Well. I don't feel right about It II 65c. No. 4 yellow 60 61c, No. 2 mixed didn't seem to me worth while. I irtf 67c, No. 3 mixed $Hf5c, mixed yellow don't think the photographer treated ear 65067c. white ear me right It looked to me as If be bad ear 66 O 68c. Hay-N- o. 1 timothy fit, standard a disagreeable job on his handa and flC, wanted to shirk It' lie should have timothy 117. No. 2 timothyclover No. 3 mixtimothy $14.60Ol. No. 1 fussed over me more. What do I knon ed $10X0, No. 2 clover mixed $14t about posing? Hcsldc. there wimn I 14.50. No. 1 clover fM.SOOH. No. 2 time. That's all,' he said, and flipped clover $13913.50. me out of the chair. They didn't anuli Oats No. 2 white 42 ',4 043c. standme that way twenty ycare ago. no. ard white 42&42Uc, No. 3 white 41 i Plain Dealer. 042c. No. 4 white 39Vi041c, No. 2 mixed 40 '.iff 41c, No. 3 mixed 40 40ic. No. 4 mixed 2IHG39HC. Wheat No. 2 red 99cO$l. No. 3 red 96j8c. No. 4 red 5ft94c. Goldsmith's Actor. Poultry Hens, 5 lbs and over, Lord Nugcut was ono evening very 13V4c; 3 lb and over, 13c; young, to Goldsmith In praise of M staggy roosters, lie; roosters, 10c; elonucnt (a bad acton. "Hut. my lord." aald springers, over 2 lbs. l&V&c; springers, Goldsmith, "you must allow ho treads 2 lbs and under, 17c, spring ducks, whit 4 lbs and over, 15; duck, under the state very til tie waddle." 4 lbs, 14c; turkeys, toras, old, 19c; "Waddles?" said Ixird Nugent goose. Why, young turkeys, 9 lbs aud over, 19c. "Yes. he waddle like a Kggs Prime firsts 32HC, first you know we call him Goose M. Well, and tben, you know, when bo endeav 31 He, ordinary firsts 30 He, seconds ors to express strong passion he be- 28c. 60Sc, 667c. 57c, Blr!"-Clcvc- land llow." "Bellowa?" said Ixml Nugent wa like a "To be sure be bnlL Why. we call lilra Hull M. Well, then." cntlnue! Goldsmith, pursuing hla triumph, "tits voice breaks, and ho croake." "Croaksr said Lord Nugent "Why. the fellow crouks like a frog, We call hlin Froi: M ' "Ilut M. la a good nrtor." "Why. yes." said Goldsmith, "barring the goose and the bull nnil tho frog nnd a few other thing I cuuia mention, und, not wishing to apeak III of my neighbor. I will allow M. Is a good actor." "MemolrH of the Earl of doea-bcllo- Cattle Shippers C.758.25; butcher steers, extra 17.8508, good to choice $6.8707.75. common to fair $5.75 good to C.75; heifer, extra $7.75, choice $7. 26 Q 7.65, common to fair J.'ifiT; cows, extra $0.2506.66, good to choice $5.5006.15, common to fair $3.7&&5.25; canuers $304.50. Hulls Hologna $606.75, extra $7, fat bulls $0.5007. Calves Extra $10.75011, fair to good $8.50010.50, common and large $5.50010.25. Hogs Selected heavy $8.55, good to choice packers and butchers $8,500 8.55, mixed packers $8.4508.50, stags $4.50 07.25, common to choice heavy fat sows $5.5007.90, extra $8, light shippers $808.85; pig (110 lba and less) $607.85. Nugent" All Prices on Metal Roofing are Off Get our price before you buy. Now is hc time to make your Roofing Contracts for the year. Come and see us. Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager tinshop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. Phone 7 or 1