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Plvo Ccnla a The Citizen Mo-Lxxitsilx- L Knowledge it power m4 tke way to keep up with aofen knowledge li io read a good newipaper. Peojolo Ono Dollar a Year. No. 32 ef y. T1EREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FEMtUARY 5, 1014. BISHOP SELLEW "One word wo have learned from the language of heaven. We do not know what It mean but It la a word You Are Tested This Week There is a good deal of difference between guessing and weighing. We may guess and estimate and discuss, but when we stand on the scales then wc know! The Gospel Meetings this week put us all on the scales. First of all Christians art weighed. Do you care enough for God's Kingdom to fix your business and housework and attend the meetings? Do you care enough for friends and neighbors to invite them? Do you have influence enough to actually bring them? Do you know how to pray? Can you recommend the religion of Jesus? How much do you weigh as a Christian? Thank God a Christian can grow, and this is a growing time with a great many. UNITED STATES NEWS III Goethals to Govern Canal Zone. Colonel floelhals ncceptcd Pres. Wilson's offer of the governorship of tho ennal zone. The appointment lakes effect April isl, at which lime tho plan of the government outlined by the President in his re cent executive order will go into effect. Farm Credit Bills. Administration Hiirnl Credit Hills wero introduced simultaneously in the Senate and House by Senator Fletcher of Florida and Representative Moss of Indiana. This measure would establish in I lie Treasury Department a Hurcau of Farm Land Hank and would provide for the formation of such banks in any slnle under Federal charter and Federal Inspection. Any group of farmers within a state might organize farm land banks with power to issue bonds to ralso funds from distant money markets for arm development. They would lie prohibited from doing a city business. Loans to farmers might not exceed llfly per cent, of the valuo of improved land, nor extend more years. No instituthan thirty-fiv- e tion could begin business without a foundation capital and double liability provided for national hanks. They could accept interest on deposits not exceeding fifty per cent of capital and surplus and receive deposits of postal saving funds to tho same extent. A Railroad at Auction. Hecauso of its inability to pay interest upon mortgage bonds held by Hie Equitable Trust Company of New York, Judgo Adams of the United Slates Supreme Court ordered the sale of the Wabash Railroad at auction. He directs that no bids for property lower than $31,000,000 bo accepted and that the sale bo made without appraisement. Meteor Falls in Mexico. A huge meteor fell to earth in tho Sandia Mountains, fifteen miles east of Albuquerque, X. M., near tho La Luz mine, causing the explosion of a magazino containing dynamite, wrecking the buildings and thoroughly shaking tip Albuquerque. A party under Dr. George T. Kirk, geologist at the University of New Mexico, has gone to examino it. Money Order Bill Passed. The Senate passed a bill making money orders payable at any post olllce instead of only at tho office upon which they are drawn. Ocean Liner Wrecked. Forty-thrsouls went down to -- OUR I OWN STATE of Joy. "You It ia the word Hallelujah." I'pon he recommendation of Senator James, President Wilson has appointed J. C. S. Blackburn as n member of the Lincoln Memorial Commission to succeed tho late Senator Shelby M. Cullom of Illinois. Senator James will ask the Scnalo lo continue the .5,000 a year salary which was paid to Senator Cullom. Cat Plunges City in Darkness. In some mysterious manner last Sunday night a small black cat got mixed up in the wires In the Lexington Utilities Company's big light and power plant. Tho currents wero and every light in the city was put out. After a half hour's search the unfortunate lib-h- ie was discovered, dead and badly burned. The lights went on as us ual. Dies from Exposure Pinned under an overturned motorcar, Leslie Edwards, of Harrods- liurg, was frozen lo deatli Monday ntghl, near Lexington. The auto had run over an embankment and turned Itirtlc in n creek when tho slearing gear failed to work. Lewis Addresses Legislature. Monday afternoon tho Senate and House met in joint session and wore addressed by Rep. David J. Lewis, Chairman of the Labor Com mittee of the National Houso of Representatives. Mr. Lewis' sub ject was Compensation for Injuries. He compared conditions here with conditions in Great Britain, whero there is a fixed standard for lifo and limb which employers arc compelled lo pay. We havo about thrco acci dents to England's one. Further mention of tho Stale Legislature will be found on page-A- fter the Gamblers. Judge Jas. P. Gregory fa, tho Jefferson County Circuit Court has instructed tho Grand Jury to thoroly investigate gambling dens and disorderly houses in Louisville. Ho says that he has definite knowledgo that such resorts exist "under tho very eaves of tho court houso" and short-circuited Kentuckian Appointed for Pie cannot chooso one thing without giving up other thingi." "There are some things God himself cannot do; he cannot take that first step for you." '"Sorve Qod with a perfect heart and a willing mind.' That Is a care-fIt would scientific statement. not do to say 'Serve Qod with a perfect mind,' for no man has a perfect mind. God asks lust what wo can give no more, no less. We can serve him with a perfect heart and a willing mind." ul Bishop Sellew And all art tested. God offers each one the pearl of great price; if he accepts it he is eternalnon-Christia- ns The Gospel Meetings From the worship in tho Normal chapel, Prof, worthy of their iinme. very stnrl there lias been a largo at- Raino in tho Academy, Brother Knight in tho Foundation School. tendance, ami close attention. The music, has been more than music it lias been n message of Not all warning ami of cheer. clirlstlami, but n great many, have lwen deeply in earnest, and on Monday night when President Frost asked who would join him In n special consecration, moil' than llireo hundred responded and camoforward in the most childlike devotion. It is always the consecration of Christians which makes possible a great blessing to the whole community. Out of such consecration comes prayer and work. SPECIAL I The gospel meetings aro surely On Tuesday Hlshop Sellew led tho ly rich, if he rejects it lie is worse than ever. There are two kinds of people in the world those who are being saved and those who are being lost, those who arc trying and learning to live according to God's great plan, and those who refuse to live according to On Tuesday nlghl Rov. A. A. My ers of Tennessee, onco a Trusteo of Herea College, and long known as a great mountain evangelist, was, present and led In tho opening pray er. Prof. Cromer led in tho 3:30 meeting Wednesday evening. The ice is broken, Christians aro taking great forward steps, tho pow er of tho Holy Spirit is manifested, souls aro entering tho Kingdom, The time is short; lot nobody fail to II ml his share in this great out pouring of blessing. God's plan. Those who refuse often think and say that they intend to do differently. Noiv comes the test will they? To stand still means to decide against God. "Once to every man and nation comes the moment to decide. In the strife of truth with falsehood, for the good or evil side: . great test, God's new Messiah, offering each the Some bloom or blight, Parts the goats upon the left hand and the sheep upon the right, And the choice goes by forever 'twixt that darkness and Lowell. that light." The Citizen has arranged to publish at some length life latest news each week concerning the proceedings of tho Kentucky Legislature. WORLD NEWS SOLONS SETTLE TO LAW MAKING PROBES THAT HAVE OCCUPIED The various Items of news aro written in short, concise style, and fur- nish interesting reading for tho'c interested in the doings of our legislators. young man or woman will want to fail to read tho conclusion of Professor Smith's article on the results of alcoholism. Pago 5. No. 0 The senate passed a bill which, if concurred In by the house and signed by the governor, will revolutionize completely the system of paying out NEXT WEEK appropriations In Kentucky. Its au Special Lincoln's Hirlhday ediGovernor Makes Retiring Official On His Staff With Rank of thors claim that It will afford a comtion. News from the great revival Sampson Colonel Impeachment plete check on all expenses of all de meetings. Case Is Near Close Drastic Punish- partments and Institutions, save the state thousands ot dollars In Interest ment For Pistol Toting. Let Him Talk. ") rccjjius aiuiiuuuuu., m.icau Ul (!. tll.,t:n u tnnn's weak, I.. II... If you would paying them out In a lump sum, and "L" , "ulX 3 " V . . let him talk while you listen. ties (Uy Ernest W. Helm.) various Institutions to re wiicn iiiu liner i.iiiiuckci crusncu enable the Chicago New. into the steamer Monroe. Tho two Ky. The Kentucky as- duce their clerical forces. Frankfort, sembly Is now In Its fifth week. The vessels were plowing thru a dense month that has passed has been ocdripping fog. The crash (jamo at CONTENTS THIS WEEK. cupied largely with Investigations Into Pension Act Is Amended. 1:10 o'elock in tho morning while the affairs and conduct of various Tho confederate pension act was everyone was asleep. The gleam of PAGE 1. IMitorial You Are Test state Institutions. With this work amended so that soldiers who took (ho Nantucket's searchlight scarce l This Week. well nigh completed, both branches oath of allegiance under duress and y touched tho dripping side of tho now are at grips with the great mass widows of soldiers who married be Sayings of Hishop Sellew. Monroe before the high steel prow of bills that havo been Introduced. fori? 1S90 are entitled to pensions unGospel Meetings. However, tho seuato "probe" commit- der the act. The bill passed by a vote of the Nantucket cut into her. Life News from Ky. Legislature. bonis were immediately lowered but tee Is still busy with an Inquiry re ot SC to 24. English Teachers World News the saving of life was difficult, owing garding tho affairs of tbo Kentucky Strike. Also lo Hie black foir. 10 nasscneors and stato university in Lexington. IT, s. News -- Ocean Liner Wrecked . , New ,.., .. the lobby Investigation goes merrily W. W. IIooles-- To Senate Bills. " ""' 0, amend Criminal Ky. News- - After tho Gamblers. on, and tho railroads are having their so as lo require prompt trials Codes Code gei'S and 55 of tllO Cl'OW were saved. and Inning. iiooi-L,v!' regulate the mtrol Within only ten minutes after the To PAGE 2. Eating and Eloquence. iluetlun of expert testimony In civil and tho' vessel turned over criminal Jrlals Courts and Legal lro- Hunting the Hippo. Clerk of House Resigns. tenure. 'JUKI sailK Illllll Slglll. l.UU UUUIS W. W. Hooles Act to amend Criminal Humor. J. E. Stone, clerk of the Kentucky Code by llmltlnc number of Deremntorv Picked lip Several lloallllg Oil tllO Stray Hoar Causes Turmoil. tiKe Courts and Leical Procedure. (. , waters houso of representatives, has ten chullf v. ciay to provide ror aie or rrnn- J. Curious Misprints. dercd his resignation In order that he chise for public utilities in cities of the To Lock and Dam the Cumberland. C,asscs-I,ub- "cl Power From Sun. may take up the duties of collector of wm.Mih a"J "x,h Tho board of Army Engineers Income tax In Kentucky, to which of M. O. Scott To regulate and control i.,,..., ,,i(iilpil to recommend Ihn 91. -fraternal Mountain Agriculture-Mix- ing PAGE 3. ho recently was appointed upon Historical benent societies Library and 500.000 project which means fice itecords. the op- Olllo M. recommendation of Senator Fertilizers; Grass and oiling up to commerce tho upper tMation-- u-, James. Gov. McCreary apopInted Mr, iaSeiatinrto Clover Seeding; Oats Seeding; Cow-pe- as brary and Historical itecords. valley of tho Cumberland having an Stone aide de camp on his staff with After Oats. CI. a. Speer (by Hequest) To prohibit rank of colonel. Ho first accepted a bill boards within 400 feet of Slate Cap.',rtM equal 10 UOlincctlCUl. Talk by Government Farm Expert. TllO matter will 1)0 submitted lO position In tho houso In 1876, a year tol Library and Historical HecordS; Sunday School Lesson Darkness chanSe time ol j10 favorublo recommendation of after Gov. McCreary's first lnaugura' s.:.i nosworth-- Jo iiiiriy-iuurjuuitiai iiuiuiiiK ruun in and Light. tlon. district Judicial Districts and neappor - i Congress, after which the Rivers and t'"n,ncn, Harbors Committco may authorizo PAGE 4. Herea Personals. riir!.cii in PnV ' v ViXiU KdS , the immediate appropriation of Sampson Impeachment Hearing. Lyceum Course Announced. 21 years of age Ueculatlon of lntoxlcat 210,000 to bo expended on two locks The House Impeachment commit Ing Liquors. College News. and dams, ono just below llurnsido tee that has heard the charges filed C. Holman To provide for sale of farm Co. News of Madison j Normal a gainst Judge Flem D. Sampson, of attached to Colored State Itecords. School Ky., tho other just above Carthago, Library and Historical Tenn. In succeeding years all tho Judicial district, lis tho Thirty-fourt....... u i u PAGE 8. Alcohol and Degeneracy, H. II. lirock To appropriate money U U ...UV...... .....w ,ened to argument by attorneys repro-- build highway across 1'lne Mountain Ap- intervening river will bo locked and by Senator Raymond, president ofgcIltnK opposing sides Monday night, propriations. Prof. Smith. dammed until tho $1,500,000 has tho Nationr.1 Aviation Committee. News Continued. u ,,,ect(.j , have its renort II. M. Ilrock To authorise appoint- bel'ii spent and tho produce of a will enublo tho committco to ready for submission to the houso be- - ment of deputy constables Kedetal na- great mountain area is opened to This tations. PAGE 0. Cy Whittaker's Place (con present In tho army 210 aeroplanes, foro tho end of week. It impeachment a. Kelly To amend Oct relating to du. shipment to tho markets of the pay for tho training of 75 expert pi- - should bo recommended In tho report, ties of trustees of schools Kaucutlon world. tinued.) 1. lots, and erect 70 aeroplano sheds. It and tho houso should concur in It, No. Kelly To amend Section S of act Short Story Lovo and tho Hahy. (1. Insurance Payments to Public. then, tho senate, Bitting as a high entitled "act to amend Chupter 113. Artiis intended to establish u complete ' . .... utAiilil aw nut tha charges cle 7o, Carroll's Kentucky Statutes" years end During the seventy-on- e PAGE 7. Corner for Women A system of military air ports, which kiiS 1. No. .. ... ranee. against Judgo 5r Sampson. This could llelatlng to tlscal courts iug Feb. 1st tho Mutual Insurance C. II. Nichols v Mother's Job; Uses of Salt; Test- will cover tho entire nrea or bo done during the regular session of In counties containing cities of second Company of New York has paid to class: County and City Courts. Entire Government Resigns. ed Ileclpes. tho legislature or later, It is said. policy holders $1,130,211,117.15; has M. 8. Walton To provide for employThe repflrt prevails that the entire Daddy's Hedtinio Story. ment of competent persons to ascertain aet'uiuulated for policy holders Alsace-Lorraiproperties of comfair vnlue of physical civil government of Travel on Walking Wheels. mon carriers In state Hullrouils. $ti0 1,5 1(5,525.8(1 making a total benefit havo resigned from olllce. Disfranchises Pistol Toters. Marker for Hlaekboard. M. 8. Walton To umend and of streets In of $1,731,700,073.31. relating to This is tho result of tho assorted Paslimo for Young People, Without a dissenting vote tho sea In. of second limroement cities class Municipalities. Women in Politics. supremacy of tho military over tho ate passed tho Arnctt bill, as amend wil liiimilton Itrqulrlng that stats col- cabinet Tho advocates of women suffrage. civil olllcers, which is tho outcome cd by tho committee, fixing drastic museum, liruiiiuiiit! andloalso geological 8. News from Eastern KenPAGE State lieologlcal of military Insolence and tyranny at punishment for tho carrying of con Survey be removed from Lexington to are of course inexperienced lo begin tucky. . ...Illllll l muiv Ulllrilir uim with, hut their conduct Is Mr from the littlo town of Zabcrti. A law coaled deadly weapons. Under tho pro- Schoc! Poem True Greatness. (Continued on I'affo Five.) (Continued on Yt Five.) (Continued on 1'ago Five.) visions, qt tho measure, a. frs conjjjc. Cincinnati Markets. CLERK OF , English Teachers Strike For the llrsl time in history a strike has taken place of school teachers in England. Tho teachers of the county of Hereford are out for an increaso of pay amount Ing-t-o Wn year Mnr"ir minimum wage of $500. Children havo tho prospect of a prolonged vacation. Ulster to the Front. Hirrell, chief secretary for Ire lanTT, lledmond, the Irish Nationalist leader, wero in conference will Premier Asquilh at his olllcial residence in Downing street for tho purpose, it was understood, of en deavoring to devise some concilia tory methods of settling Ulster's de mauls before- tho debates in Par liament should plunge the nation into active strife. Wreck in the English Channel, The German bark Hera, on a ro- turn voyagu from Chili, struck rock in tho English Channel witl tho result that the captain and IS of the crew lost their lives. Five men were rescued by lifeboats in a raging sea. Atlantic Rate War. Tho North German Lloyd Steamship Company is engaged In a rate war with tho Hamburg-AmericLine for steerage Iralllc. A llatrato has been adopted of $25, for all classes of vessels, which is a cut of Tho probability is $1 per ticket. that tho war will presently affect all classes of passenger tralllc. Evidently tin's is tho summer in which to plan to go to Europe. New York Banks in South America. Several of tho largo hanks of New York City aro planning to follow tho example of German banks and establish branches in IUo do Janeiro, Iluenos Ayres, Valparaiso, Lima, and other South American cities. The object is to stimulate trado with tho United States. French Air Fleet. Ono million two hundred thotis .1.1I.....J iit.o ..... n.t.l iiuiiuio linti linnn anlicipllw'it 111 . ... Mini i. LVniinn f. llirt ni.l'ifll tvfll flnul fll " '. ",i an CHIEF ATTENTION FOR MOflTH. ABOUT COMPLETED. tlon carries with It disfranchisement for two years, besides a One of from $10 to $100 and JM1 sentence from 10 to 40 days. The penalty upon second conviction Is confinement in the pen Jtentlary of from one to five years. The amendment by the committee provides a fine of from $10 to $60 for the cir cuit clerk or sheriff who falls or re' fuses to Issue a capias or execute the JiMgirurit- .--.- urges that cither bo destroyed. ono or' tho other Big 8avlng Is Forecast. HOUSE RESIGNS p .ll. ee ,l. " ... ... 1 rnuend J r.r.i J I City Turns Farmer The city of Henderson has decided to cultivate a piece of land which it owns on tiio outskirts of tho town. This land is said to have been under cultivation as long as any in Kentucky hut for a number of years has lain idle. the worn out The city will land and show what science can do witli it. Without a Government Since the elections last November the city of Williamsburg has'becn without government. A mayor and council wero elected but dissension in the council has prevented a quo rum from ever being present and so no organization lias been effected, and nothing lias been done to elect a City Marshall, City Attorney, Treasurer, Street overseer or any oilier officer which it is the duty of tho Council to elect. Legal action will havo to bo taken before the Council can bo forced to net. New Rolling Stock The Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad Co. has just placed an order for 1,000 coal cars and seven loco motives to handle the large freight lonnago on the new lino between Elk Horn City and Dante, Va. Loan Sharks Try to Dodge Heavy License. Sixteen loan agencies of Paducah have filed a petition for an Injunction to prevent tho enforcement of a city ordinance demanding a licenso of $500. They declaro that they will contest the case. The city is trying to put theso agencies out of business, for they levy a heavy toll on shop workers and negroes, charging sovoral hundred per cent in many cases. Tliu mayor is determined to put them out of tho city and tho majority of tho people aro with him. SIMPLIFY LIFE. I If one advances confidently in the dliectton of his dreams and endeavors to live the life he fiat imagined he will meet with a luccess unimag-ine- d ne ... in common hours. In proportion as he simplifies his life the laws of the universe will appear lets complex, and solitude will not be solitude, nor poverty poverty, ror weak- ness weakness. Pago Two, THK GITIZKH. 8EEINQ THINQ8. February SOME CURIOUS MISPRINTS 5, 1014. The Citizen A family newspsper for ill that It right, trus snd latere sting. ruMIhrtl evtty T!mrliiyjit (Iiimrptirntetl) nte, Ky, The bartender had reached thai state where he vraa staggering visibly under the blow and Jnri of too much rum to tho brain. Ho was seeing dou blp. COLLIDE AT NIGHT, ONLY SCRAPE SIDES BEREA PUBLISHING CO. od the bar every evening At n certain hour, with his. hat on a certain anglo, Ship Sails and with tho heels striking the floor Then Unidentified walked up with a certain velocity, Away Without Sustaining slowly and asked for his customary Subscription Ratos glass of beer. Tho bartender, wttb Material Damage. elaborate euro, prepared two glasses PAYAnt.K IN AIlVANCK One Yrsr fi m and set them down In front of tha Mw Montha ,. M Thrte Month js sober and unshaken customer. "I ordered only ono glass of beer," WAS NOT REGISTERED Send money ly ll-o(nc- f or Ktpir" Monry said tho patron In a smooth manner Otiltr. lirnfi, (Ugl'temt I.rtltr uronraml two "Why In tho namo of suffering heaven cent Reply to Demand for Her Name Is The ilfltr after jeur name oil Irtbcl ahem to glvo mo two?" i pnM. If it what ilatc )ur not "Well, said the bartender, lurching "Atmeralda," But No Such Vessel chantrrtt wltliln three week after renewal forward to emphasize, his curiosity, notily ik. Can De Found In Lloyd's or Other ntinititra wilt le Rliilly Mippllnl If we "ain't your friend goln' to havo one?" Registers. re notified. Tho Popular Magazine Liberal term Riven to any whoohtsln new tnt.criptienii for u. Any one enilitifr in four j Now York. The bluenoso bark vesrlnilncrlptlaiit.nui receive The Citlteii free Had Nerve. which Is not bluo nt all but puro j for hlmxlf for one year. "No-o- , ho Isn't the sort of a hus- I Advertising rateann application. up to the Krlc llasln breakband I should havo chosen for my white, tied an ndventuro Involving a daughtor, but I think perhaps ho'lt get water after mrmri'.r or mystery that probably will never be along In tho world all right" Wnlker, tho mate, told I woy doos ho dtfTor from the solved. Mr. "What the story thus; man you would havo chosen?" llelow tho latitude of Rio de Janeiro "When ho proposed to my daughter on deck to tako tho midand she hnd told him to see mo, ho ho had como a clear but moonless dle watch on sent mo n noto telling mo whero his lookout made out tho office Is and what his ofllco hours night, when the approachare, and asking mo to drop around red and green lights of an had the ing ship. As tho Ilulmont ASSOCIATION. KKNTtCKY and sco him when convenient." right of "way, Mr. Walker supposed tho other craft, which had tho wind fair, HE NEVER SAW IT. No Whiskey Advertisements! would change her course. So tho No Immodest News Itemsl held to her course. "Old man Coyne makes a groat disHut the stranger nlso persistently play of his wealth." held to her course. Tho btuonose was "You're wrong again." traveling 6 or 7 knots, tho un"How do you know?" known ship 12 knots. Hcforo Wnlker EATING AND ELOQUENCE. "I'm an assessor in tho tax depart- could shout to tho man at tho wheel ment" ship to Jam her duwn the north-bounAn Englishman's Protest Against Post. . struck tho Helmont. scrnping along prandial Garrulity. Salable Stuff. her uide, with yards Interlocking nnd All men rut. most men apeak; but, I do not write to win applaus snapping In two nt tho goosenecks. though nil men out it dinner, only the Or gather bays. The royal nnd topgallant masts, both I limply dual In versn because few hpwik after It. while tho mini It pays. tore and main, with their yards, sails, listen mill buffer. stays and running rigging, crashed to To say that citing nnd eloquence go Tha Incomplete Rescue. the deck as sharp orders rid cries hand In hand may be n solecism, but Tho Seedy Individual (who has It is it fact, at any rate n condition. come up just after tho rescue) Aro of alarm came from both vciels. Capntln Lndd of tho Helmont and In these days ami these latitudes. Aft- you the coo wot 'as Just pulled tny tho etarboard watch rushed out. The er dinner speaking li nu evil peculiar boy aht o' tho sea? mnto and iort wntch had taken to to no land. It Is an Infliction that The Other (modestly, after effectobtains u wider vogue In clvltlr.cd ing a very gullant rescue) Yes, my cover ns the top hamper came. down. In the green light of tho Helmont countries than In those that are still friend, but that's qulto all right don't the other craft was made out to be n close to the primitive Ideal. The sav- I say any moro ubout It ship, but her namo could ngc has not reached that stage of ilo"Orl right? It ain't orl right! Wot not be read. generation where lie Imagines that the nbaht 'Is bloomln' 'at? London OpinTho clew of the flying main uppor processes of digestion are nlded by ion. topsail struck and felled the mate. discussion nnd ftlmulated by (Inline. terrier, Jack, tho captain's The primitive man clings to tobacco Sisterly. tumbled from his kennel beneath the and repose as the pleasurable ndjunrts "Isn't Percy Greener tho most pollto break of the poop and seized tho clew of bis victuals. man you ever saw? He'll go out of his to Postprandial garrulity reaches IN way any time to fay sweet things of the sail In his teeth, seeking up resuncue Mr. Walker, who got most virulent development nmong the about people." harmed. English speaking peoples. It has be"Yes, but I don't believe he's at all All the luck was with tho mystericome almost a ritualistic nnd religious sincere." ous stranger. At the first Impact her function with them, nnd the resolute "Of course ho Isn't. Why, only yesaway, letting her Englishman or American goes to his terday he told ma what a perfect fig- branccs carried feeding function, his banquet, to eat. ure you had." drink and he talked at seriously add solemnly. A Relic of 8ummer. To gorge a man with dishes and "I felt like Robinson Crusoe Just delicacies as a preparation for goading now," said the man who was spendhim with deliverance and dullness I ing a belated vacation at a deserted the substitute which a modern civilian summer resort tion provides for the Itomnn holiday, "Make a discovery?" asked the hofor, though this ngc abhors blood nnd tel cleric laughter and shudders reminiscent I y "Yes; I found the print of a girl's over the memory of gladiators. shoe In tho sand." lions and Christian martyrs. It docs not hesitate to make martyrs of WOULDN'T BURN. its guests and throw them to Its lions, London the after dinner spouters. Green Slnnem Is making plans for Truth. the future. Wise Well, If he wants to keep HUNTING THE HIPPO. them he'd better make them on asbestos. Methods of the Wily Native Hunters of North Africa. Still There. As hippopotamus hunters the Shuhas "Beyond the Alps Ilea Italy," Twu thusto her essay ran. of the 8obat region. North Africa, stand alone. A native hippo hunt is We're si&d It, know that this la so; Disprove If you can. an exciting and dangerous sport. The hunters are In dugout canoes; two or Got the Worst of It three paddle while one manages the Collector H'in. fairly good specimen. , harpoon or barbed spear, to which arc tTl give you 50 for It. attached n stout rope nnd a Hunt of Curio Dealer No, sir. I've Just sold ambatch. that for a hundred guineas. When the hippo comes to the surface Collector A. Good hundred to breathe an attempt Is mnde to steal heavens, you're been swindled I It's upon him with the harpoon: when this worth twice aa mucb.1" Scraping Along Her Side. London Is accomplished tho hunters make a Punch. hasty retreat from the enraged beast yards swing foro and ait, so that she and in turn engage his attention while escaped injury. Hut the Nova Scb INSIDE INFORMATION. attempts nre made to spear him by tian's braces held fast. So something those In the other canoes. had ot give way, and away went the When severely wouuded a hlppopot stays, the upper masts and three amus goes ashore to rest or to die uud yards. not to attack Its assailants, ns lias been "What's your name?" yelled Walker. so often reiiorted. The native hunters "We're tho Asraeralda!" was the way ho heard tho reply. wait for this, and when the animal goes up out of the water a volley ot Tho strange midnight visitor, runspears U thrown into it, and slowly ning close to the Drazlllan coast, slid off into tho night and her lights distho huge bcust bleeds to death. The appeared. Captain Ladd, after clearhunters do not always escape. Someing his decks, carefully recorded Id times the life or a limb of one of them Is sacrificed to their daring. his logbook tho word "Asmeraldn." with tho idea of looking to her owners The hide of the hippopotamus Is cut for recompense. Into strips and dried to be sold to Jury spars and sails were rigged Arab traders, who. In turn, sell It to and tho Helmont put In at Montevideo the whlpiuakers of Oimluriiian uud for repairs before finishing her trip. Egypt. Certain portions of the hide Tho captain searched Lloyd's and all mo much prized dm shields The Mehh i other vessel registers, but found no Is cut luto loug, narrow strips nml Asmeralda or Esmeralda. dried In tho sun; Its taste resembles No word has como from any port that of coarse beef. Tommy -- Willie's got my marbles that a ship captain has reported that nml he's going to keep them. his craft was In collision with the For Short. His Mother How do you know? whtto bark Helmont Mrs. Hutler hud u new cook, who Tommy lie's swallowed them. WM. G. FROST, Editor-ln-ChiRUTH McFALL. Offic Editor DEAN 3LAGLE, Clrcul.llon M.nt-r ... ... ... tm. tuixK-tiptle- t, Hoi-mo- . - I wire-haire- d n 1 Type, like other matter, sometimes gets In tho wrong place, and consequent errors escape tho correction of the keenest proofreader. Generally Shoppers In a Panic Un spenklng, when it Is not a matter of . Women letters but of words, typographical til Pursuing Owner Catches mistakes may easily pass undetected X the Tame Animal.. and remain to bewilder future generations of readers. Br KEV. J. II. RALSTON Keokuk, Iowa. Quito a sensation In many editions of Sir Wnltor wns created on Main strrot, between Scott's "Monastery" there Is a curious Sfrmr CnwtslMt Drr!"! ij Mflndf iUl ImiIkO, Oiclf Fourth and Fifth streets, when a real printer's error. Father Eustace Is live bear broke away from Its keeper mado to sny, "And dost thou so soon nnd, running Into a storo exclusively morso thoughts of slaughter?" The that for women, so frightened a number moaning of the word "morse" for n tlirin war Ami the ilfVll l.ikr of rfwrlvnl tiro nml Into tlm of tho feminine populace of tho city ) long tltno puzzled tho learned etymolo- lirltnMom ll'v ?iia. discretion was thrown to the gists. One "Notes nnd Queries" conthat Tho ancient wind, nnd there was a lively scramble tributor sought to explain It as meanconception of tho for counters, chairs nnd other high ing to "prme," as when ono primes two opposing prinplaces, a flintlock, by accounting for the word ciples In tho uniTha bear, a femalo, was n trained nrlslng from tho old French amorce, although verse, ono and hnd been In nn act nt the which means powder for tho touch-holo- ; often perverted, Is hippodrome. The trainer wns out ex while another wise a correct hlbltlng his prlzo on tho street, when announced that the word wan Is nn eter-nncertainly derived from the unchntlgrnble modere, "to bite," nnd Infinitely powOthers, however, averred the word erful, holy and was a misprint, but they were laughed loving (tod. and to derision, none of the many millions there Is n of readers for SO years having chalwicked and It, When lenged the authenticity of powerful being In tho manuscript was referred to It was tho it u I v o r s e found that the word wns n printer's whoso namo Is In error, Scott hnvlng written "nurse," tho text. Wheth Few readers of Thackeray's "Lec- er It Is it pleasant thought or not, tho tures Upon the English Humorist-woul- d devil Is the god of this ngn, and Is question his nlluslon to Smol- given great power, nml, apparently, lett's Dr. Morgan as "the wild npotho-cary,- " anticipating his doom, lie Is Intensely or suspect that tho author hail active llelng wicked, ho would make written "Welsh" Instead of "wild;" vtlckeutiess universal, and ho uses nil nnd when Thackeray writes of Mrs. posslblo methods of corrupting men, Manlcy as being "the detestable rrerited In the linage and likeness ot of "The New Atlantis," few tho Ood he hates, nnd unfortunately even u succeeds with n vast number of them. would demur who havo rant cursory eyo over tho first woman The Method of Deception. Journalist's literary remains; yet Thackeray really wrote of her as "tho The devil now uses the method of delectahlo authoress." deception rather than force, which In A very curious corruption In the some ages of tho world wns used very text of 'The Pilgrim's Progress" aris- generally. This deception may bo of es from tho accidental or perhaps In- several kinds The devil may asumn tentional change from an "o" Into nn nu attitude of special sanctity, or good"a." Christian says of Fnlntheart. ness, ho may direct tho thought ot Mistrust, ami Guilt that many railed man lo the acceptance of error; or ho them cowards, although they had muy delude man to the reception of made David sorely groan, moan and something that Is branded as truly roar, had brushed the coats of ileman religious, Taking up the first form and Hezektah, and hnndled Peter as of deception, tho devil appears someto make him seared of Just a sorry times as nn nngel (4 light Ho apgirl. That Ileman was ono of the peared lit a glittering and fascinating Scrambles for Safety. four wise sons of Mahol, than whom form to Kte In the Garden of Kdeu, a small dog of playful disposition took Solomon alone was wiser, was ap- nnd worked the ruin of thu rnco mora nip at llruln, with tho result that-th- parently not known either to tho print- ally Many, believe that tho Antibroke from tha grasp ot her er or to some subsequent blundering christ, who will presumo to tako God's bear trainer and raced down the aisle of editor, for ileman became Unman. place, nnd thus claim supremo snuc-tlta cloak store seeking safety, with the A later editor of Hunyan's Immortal will be the devil himself. As wn owner It in pursuit allegory, certain that Hatnan was not observe the present havoc In religious Tho screams of women shoppers and , the personage whom llunyan had In- thinking, and study Its evolution, we tho scramble for safety served to re- - tended to nssociate with David, Heze-kla- And that many of those who went now the efforts of the bear, and It was and Peter, substituted Montreal champions of doctrinal error havo not until after a long chase that she as morn likely, and Mordecal baa ever posed as most serious seekers after was captured again. Tho fears were since retained this place of eminence truth, and havo the reputation, soon allayed when the owner ex- at the expense of Ileman, tbe rightwell established, of being men plained that the bear was a pet one ful man of sweet temper, most encouraging and would not harm anybody, autl manners and captivating courtesy. after a look that showed that she was This Ih not strange, for men of an muzzled tho were per- SMALLEST OF ALL CHURCHES opposite type, aa champions, would suaded to get down from tho counters. nt once defeat tho devil's purposes, This tiny old church of Uplcathnm, Tha method of delusion by leading AMERICAN IN BLOODLESS DUEL ten miles from Middleboro, Kngland, men away from the truth has one ot Is believed to be the smallest In the Its strongest features in the persuaStepped on Frenchman's Foot, Was world. Its seating capacity being ten sion that men should do their own On the Inside walls are painted coats thinking on religious sublocts, Challenged and Turned the Affair Tho of arms of three titled houses In the specious plen Is made that tho ChrisInto "Movie" Show, district A quaint Inscription roughly tian religion Is ono of rationality and York, The French liner Lo that thereforo men must think out its Ne great problems for themselves. They Touralne. arrhlng from Havre, brought am urged to let nothing gulda thorn nmong her passengers John II. Miller, rrssss In thinking, not the Bible, nor Chriswho has been living nt Glay, France, tian teachers, but that thoy should with his wife. Mr. Miller fought a start almost unywhero and work the duel with an Irate Frenchman and problems out Tim result Is Inevitathat no blood was shed wns duo to ble, for man's thoughts nrn not God's bis senso of humor thoughts and God's thoughts only nre Living In the same town was a correct In this sphere, man Is ever SBllBIBlT VBBIBIBIBHBSIBIBIBaa Frenchman for whom he conceived a! learning but never able to come to a great dlsllko and his feelings apparknowledge of the truth. Indeed, ho ently were reciprocated. Mr, Miller' ordinarily gets further and further did not; like the cut of the gentleman's ' from It Fortunate Is tho man who coat nor tho top hat he Invariably ' sees that he must hnve somn safo wore. Hut, quite by accident he con tSBlllV SSm I W SaH starting point for religious thought, tends, he stepped on the Frenchman's and that lie must hold himself loyally foot. It was In a cafe and bis friend, to the lines of Its development. the enemy, had one foot out In tbe aisle. Satanic Delusions. carved In the stone midway up tbe "Pig!" said the Frenchman. Wo havo tho delusion of universal "What's that?" queried Miller, tower tells, that the church was built salvutlon based on a fulse conception Judging In the sixteenth century doubting the evidence of his senses. from the grave stones and masonry, of tho character of God, emphasis be"Swine!" cried the other. ing placed on the love ot God, which Miller swung on the gentleman's It would appear that tho church was Is unscripturally defined, the Justice Jaw ami tho latter yelled "Assassin!" built at a far earlier date. and holiness ot God being practically Gendarmes rushed In and Miller eliminated from thought. All those was arrested. POWER FROM THE SUN yielding to this delusion aro not lu STRAY BEAR CAUSES TURMOIL IN A STORE Satan's Present Day Methods t t t I i l brother-ln-Icttcr- s one-Thnr- l, mall-clou- y, oft-tim- safety-seeker- s bH'IBBIBIB The sun 'motor Is a successful attempt to obtain pouer direct from the sun, and. Indeed, all power Is derived plenty. Instead ot an arrest this from tho sun, though wu sometimes time I got a challenge to u duel. forget it, since it comes Indirectly, lu 'There wns a 'movie' man In town, the tropics much of the heat of the I went to him and told him about and sun, especially in thu sandy deserts. tbe duel and asked him what it was Is never used at all, uud It Is calcuworth to glvo him the exclusive priv- lated that tho sun's rays on one square ilege of taking pictures, He said ISO foot of thu eurth's surface can profrancs nnd I told him to go to It duce Thu of a We went out In tho gray of the morn- question men havo racked their bruins ing and never a word was exchanged to solve Is how to collect this enbetween us. My man and I backed ergy. up against each other and at the word In California this problem lias been walked ten paceB. then turned and solved by thu sun motor. Tho motor blazed away, lampItself resembles an enormous "The yell I lot out of me could have shade, supported on ono end by a steel been heard all over town, I think. I framework. Tho Inside ot tho motor dropped to the ground and squirmed, is lined with about 1,800 mirrors, two That Frenchman's senso of honor was feet long by threo Inches broad, and thoroughly satisfied. Ho beat it, and these aro kept at right angles to tho She came one wiis n buxom ticgivs-his second with him and 1 think he's path ot tho sun by means ot a clockFeeding Rabbits to Hogs, morning, and after she had been as Twisted History. i going yet, for I never saw him ngaln. work engine. Tho apparatus Is so arCokcvllle, Wyo. A plague of Sunday School Teacher And now, signed to her duties the mistress uskeU When ho was gono I got up nnd went ranged that the heat from all tho mirwhich for soveral weeks hai Johnny Hapgood, It's your turn. her inline. to where the 'movie' fellows were Is focussed on ono point, where "Yo' may call tne Florenllna," wus What did his father do when tho been bothering farmers of this vicin- grinding nway with their cumera and rors ity, Is being put to profitable purpose there is a boiler containing 100 gallons Prodigal Son returned? the reply. got my foe. Tbe manager of tbe of water. Tho florco heut thus proJohnny (who can't help reading tho by raisers of hogs. Thoy aro offering "Wh'it Is your other name':" Inquirgrinned and said tho perform- ducer would smelt aoppcr In a wry good prices for rabbits, having discovsporting editions of tho dally press) ed Mrs. Hutler. was well worth the price. Tho few seconds, and It converts tho watur ance Pleaso. sir, ho Jumped on his ueck ered that hogs fatten rapidly uion cartridges were blank, but wcro load"Why, iiiNsiis," said the colored lu tho boiler Into steam, thu process them. "yo' see. my oddei name Is Ida, and kissed him. Puck. ed with black powdor, I never could continuing as long as tho sun shines. culled but I'su alius lieen decide whether tho Frenchmau was Slnco sun motors are best, worked Dog's Long Search Rewarded, to' abort." I'hlliidelphla Itetord. it Is prophesied that flying will some In tho tropics, where water Is scarce, Boston, Mass. Teddy, a pot dog scared of the black powder or whethtime bo as sate as uutolug by appli- which Charles W. Godfrey left In Pal- er be thought ho had killed me " tho power Is used for pumping water Sweeping. obtained from underground over the Is a sweeping argument. ' re cation to aviation of an Invention used isade, N. J., when ho moved to Boston, Thai Twins Bring Death. vast deserts found around the equamarked a hiihiinud whom, wife uM-- i u In submarine sailing. Hut the public ubout four years ago, appeared at the Bpeermoro, Okla. Samuel Heaman tor. Thus Old Sol has boon harnessed broom to ruiivluee liliu Hint lio ought would be hotter satisfied to have tho Godfrey home a few days ago. Thi bis wife to draw water for tho land which he told to have Ix'eii home m' vera hours pre standard of safety a little higher than animal Instantly recognized Godfrey's dropped dead when twins. that has parched by his fierce rays. little- daughter and gave a yelp of Joy bad given birth to vlniulv. is set by the auto. ono-thlrhorse-powef , Jack-rabbits- , con-cor- n , I - "Well. I got out of It all night." said Mr. Mlllor today. "Then I bought a stick with a lot ot knots In It, and what I handed to that gentleman was tlio denomination known ns Universal-Ists- , whoso courage In professing what they believe Is In Itself worthy ot commendation. There, is tho delusion of religious Men and women aro performalism. suaded to attach themselves to religious societies without any demand being mado on thorn to put Into their lives tho principles of Christian religion, nor for the necessity of a now birth and genuine repentance and simple faith In our iord Jesus Christ, who Is tho only Mediator between God nnd man. Those yielding to this delusion havo n form of godliness but deny tho power thereof. There Is tho delusion of fnlBo optimum, which, while not strictly religious, eventuates nB religious delusions do. Tho principle that God Is on his throuo and all is right with the world, has almost universal approval, being echoed from thousands ot pulpits. Wo uro In a period of delusions along Biblical lines as In no provlous ugu, A man or woman gets so mo root ot religious thought, nnd. pursuing It Independently, discovering that In order to Kb wider acceptanco It must havo Biblical Indorsement, flics to tho lllblo and selects from Its contents that which ostensibly supports tho theory proposed. Within tho last twenty-flvyears there havo been several sucli delusions, and hundreds of thousands of men and women havo become their victims. Thoso delusions uro propagated at tho expense of millions of dollars. o l'olirunry 5, 101 1. TUB CITIZEN. confine nil mule birds ns soon at the patching sen son Is out. "Resin marketing the cockerels as f soon as they weigh one and pounds or obtain ii uiiirketablo weight and," continues the advice, "market whlto shell und brown shell eggs tn separate packages. Small or dirty eggs should be used at home. When taking eggs to market they should be protected from the sun's rays. Infertile eggs will withstand marketing conditions much better than fertile eggs. "The hen's greatest protlt producing period Is the llrst and second years, and unless n hen Is an exceptionally Rood breeder she should be disposed of at the end of her second laying season and before starting to molt. lew eggs cnii be expected until the pullets are matured. 'Pure bred poultry means uniformi ty of product, and that means Increas ed profits If the products nre properly marketed, Given the same care and food, pure bred fowls will make n greater profit than mongrels. In order to obtain eggs It is neces sary to have healthy, vigorous stock properly fed. A splendid mixture for laying hens is equal parts of cracked corn, wheat and oats, whtrb should be scattered In litter. Plenty of exercise Cabbages. Increases the egg yield. mangels, potatoes and sprouted oats make excellent green food, nnd when wet mnsbes are fed be sure they ore crumbly and not sticky. I'or the first three' days chicks may be fed n mix ture of equal parts of hard boiled egg and stale bread or the latter soaked In milk. I'm m the third or fourth day until the chicks run eat wheat and cracked corn commercial chick food is Plenty of pure fresh n good ration. water, grit, shell and green food should be available from the Orst day. There is very little danger of overfeeding young stock, feed your chick ens about live times a day.'' one-hal- Pago Thrco GAD WHIP OF CAISTOR MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Husbandry, and Special Investigator. If you wnnt hay HOME MIXING OF FERTILIZERS. or, for pasture. Aru you using commercial ferti- il ls Important, to select grasses that lizers this year? If so, arc you In Minium about tlio smuo liuio. Here that class of progressive fanners Is n good mixture for liny: Orchard Conducted by Prof. Frank S. Montgomery, PRAGTIGALTALKS BY GOVERNMENT jr Instructor In Animal FARM EXPERTS No. III. who aro buying the chemicals and mixing their own fertilizers, or do you still uso tho hit or miss factory mixed goods? The following aro reasons for buying tho chemicals ami doing your own mixing. 1. When a farmer buys tho chemicals and mixes bis own fertilizers bo will study Urn needs of his soil and bis crops instead or lolling Iho fertilizer manufacturer do all of his think ing for him. 2. Only high grade materials will bo bought ntiM a belter gradu of fertilizer can bo'matle. 3. Special mixtures can bo made to suit tho needs of each Meld and to suit the different crops planted on these soils. 1. Hy clubbing together and buy- . fug for rash tho chemicals in car idiots direct from tho manufacturers " and largo dealers at least one-thiof tho fertilizer bill can bo saved. 5. Tho fanner can do as good mixing as tho averago factory. a farmer buys tho 0. When chemicals for home mixing he will see that nitrogen is tho most exNo pensive fertilizing clement. good farmer can afford to buy nitrogen year after year.to grow cotton, com, small grain nnd tobacco. Cow-pea- s, velvet beans, soy beans, and the clovers draw nitrogen from tho air and when nny of these crops aro grown and turned under, tho soil will bo well supplied witli nitrogen. rd grass, Inll oat grass, and red clover mixed equal weights of each, and sown nt tho mto of ir pounds of tho mixture per acre. This makes. an excellent crop of early liny, and tho excellent growth of aftermath will afford abundant pasture and a good growth lo plow under lalo in the fall for next years corn crop. An excellent mixture for pasturo on limestone land would be: Orchard grass, perennial rye, tall oat grass, and red clover, 10 pounds each with Kentucky blue grass nnd red top, 5 pounds each. Sow nt tho rate of 15 pounds per acre. This will furnish green pasture nearly the year round. On poor hilly soil Iho following is good: Orchard grass, Hungarian lirome grans. Tall oat grass, sheep ' fescue, red clover, equal weights of each. Sow 15 pounds per acre. Tho orchard grass and tall oat grass will furnish abundant winter nnd early spring pasturo and tho Hungarian limine and sheep fescue will stay green in July and August when other grasses aro dried up. On damp soils: Meadow fescue, red lop Kalian rye grass and nlsike clover, equal weights of each, sown at the mto of 15 lbs. per ncre. An ncro and a hnlf or two acres of moderate soil will keep a cow much better than 5 acres would do if allowed to grow up lo wild grass and sprouts. Land is loo valuable to lie idle nny more. Hog Cholera Potato Disease Poultry Raising. United States Soils. fT (Official Newt Summary of Up to Date Compiled by the United Matter Statu Department of Agriculture.) HOW TO MIX FERTILIZERS. Kmpty the raw materials on a close wood lloor or a hard dirt floor, under a shed or outhouse. Spread tho materials to bo mixed in layers one upon another, then with a shovel and hoe cut down tho pile and turn over two or three times, as thorand tho materials will oughly mixed and give as good refertilizer sults as any ready-mixe- d that you buy. II is belter not lo empty over 100 mo Goo pounds at one time as it can bo moro readily and thoroughly mixed in Miinll quantities. Your county Demonstration agent will be glad to advise with you about tho boat fertilizer mixtures Call on for your soils and crops. him. 1 GRASS AND CLOVER SEEDING. G Within a few weeks spring seed ing of grass and clover should beMany have excellent success gin. sowing clover ami grass seed in wheat or rye In Iho lalter part of February so Hint tho light freezing and thawing of early March may cover Iho seed. This Is a good way where the ground is not inclined lo be wet and spouty. Probably tho best way to sow gras and clover in the spring is to wail till sometime about Iho middle to the 20th of March when the ground Is in condition and then sow the seed anil follow with a light barrow or weed-- er Do not be lo cover Iho seed. afraid of injuring your wheat or rye. This will give two valuablo rye. The harrowing will probably increaso the yield of grain several crops in one year and gel the land hack into ryo again to he pastured bushels per acre. down ami turned under for corn next year. Mixtures of Grass Seed. Crop rotation works wonders for Mixtures of grass seed aro better .kiln 1:1ml nl.in.i .tlllmt- - ft tint III., f.irfii.ip UK United States department of agriculture Is engaged In experiments looking to the con trol and eradication of bog During the past twelve cholera. months ttie disease caused n loss among swine of over $('i0.000.00(X While this wns slightly larger than tn previous yean, the loss bus run Into man million of dollars each year for a dermic or more. Tlie congress appropriated $75,000 for the department to begin work against tho OATS SEEDING. Is We must bo thinking about our ravages of tho disease. The work now going on In Indiana. Missouri nnd I hopo seed oals now pretty soon. In meeting with some en it will be so every ono can get Iowa nnd only be through sowing oats in March this courugenient, although It was gun In July. 1013. year. As n rule tho yield of early Hog cholera usually makes Its np sown oats Is about double that of pcaraneo In the spring and then Into sown in this country. In fact it Increasing rapidity until is usually a wasto of time, money spreads with department and land lo sow oats after April 10. autumn. Therefore the handicap, as met In the beginning a Tho last ten days of March is tho the appropriation was not available best time. until July I. The plan of tho work Burt Oats. Is being dona In .Montgomery I.nst year the Hurt oats were tried which county. Ind.: I'ettls eounty. Mo., and a. very successfully hero around Dallas county, la.. U for the depart On the average they yielded ment to place In each county In those about 15 per cent to 20 per cent bet- states three or more Inspectors, who ter than the northern oats, ami were will have charge of tl.e work und who much plumper. They aro slightly will control the administration of the higher in price, but many tunes ov- department's hcrtuu to hogs. The agricultural colleges of the er pay the difference. About 2 bushel of oats per aero should be sowii. states will gather statistics nnd In ways In which Mr. Welch says be will have them form the runner of the they run aid In the campaign, while again this year. tho duty of the state veterinarian will Preparing Soil for Oats 1x3 to control the imneinent of live Probably the best way to prepare stock and require the disinfection of soil for oats is to disk up tho last stock curs, loading botes nnd pons In year's corn ground, drill in tho oats, such u way that the clmaces for dls or sow gras and clover seed if you semlnatlng the dlMnse will be less. intend In seed down nnd flnnllv en I elieu. ...III! I till III. I IIK.C I1IIIIIU1IEI I1UI UUIJ Ul over thoroughly witli roller or drag, dollars iiiiuuully us the insult of hog preferably Iho roller. This packs cholera, but they are undoubtedly de the ground well and it will hold t erred In many cases from raising hogs: moisture better. ou account of tie r of cholera. It Is evident that loss to the farmer Is COWPEASAFTErToATS. loss to the conriimer. for It Is not con ou sow Hurt oats real early eclvabte that n largw reduction In the If you can hanest Ihcm in time to number of hog. such ns Is caused nn raise a crop of cowpeas. If sown nually by hog clio!e.-a- . can have any the last week in Juno or before July other effect tlnn to Increase the price I, tlie cowpens will ripen in time Tor of sirk and. consequently, the cost of a hay crop that can bo followed by living. T j Sixty-secon- Ho-re- Soils of the United States. Soils of the United States" is the title of n bulletin Just Issued by the department of agriculture which contains a comprehensive study of the soils of the country, showing the loca tions of the HBO different types of soils surveyed and mapped by the de partment und their crop adaptation. The department has made soli surveys In every state, embracing nn area of over 000.000 square miles. The most Important group of soils on which the majority of the trucking crops of the country are produced lies In the Atlantic and gulf coastal plains province, according to the report, comprising about 31'si.ooo square miles, extending from the northern end of Long Island to the southern extremity of the Florida peninsula nnd along the coast of the gulf of Mexico 'to the mouth of the ltlo Grande. These soils early truck soils, and nre their most economic usejtles In tho production of high priced drops for tho early local and distant markets accessible to rnpld transportntlou. The One snuds nre undoubtedly the most vnlua- blc enrly truck soils, ns in adaptation they Include the whole range of vegetable crops. Norfolk fine snud Is an Hero Ii ths verger of tho ancient church of Calstor, Lincolnshire, holding the gad whip which for mnny years was cracked on Palm Sunday. legend says tho curious fashion of cracking a gad whip dates back to Baton times, and aroab In this way: Tho lord of the manor of llroughton, In Lincolnshire, held land tny R. O. SKLt.ErtH Director of Renins Kcnnrimfni, ine moooj uioia jnitiiuir. under the lord of the mnnor of Hun-douiucago.) near Calstor; ho was a cruel and bard man, and having caught a boy LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 8. trespassing ho beat him so severely with a gad as to cause his death. DARKNESS AND LIGHT. After a tlmo he became no remorseful that he confessed his crime, and the ll:H-M- . t.KSSON TKXT-I.U- ko following punishment wns meted out thfreforo TKXT ncil.tiKN to him: He was annually to provide whether the light that ! In Dice be not a whip like that with which the boy darkneia." Luke 11:35. was beaten, and a purse contatnlny Tho I. Tho Accusation (w. 30 pieces of silver. With these he demonology as revealed In tho on fact of must repair to Calstor church New Testament records Is hore Palm Sunday morning and, standing trongly emphasized. Their existence, outsldo the north porch, must crack their malignity, their evil powers, tho whip three times at tho beginto tho devil, and yet ning of the second lesson. After this their relation their subjection to our Lord, Is all he was to fasten tho purao to the end clearly set before ub. Tho devil had of the lash and twist It round the so taken possession of this man that end of tho stock, fastening the snme he could not speak, yet a word from with three twigs of wych elm; then, Jesus, and tho dumb spake That ho with whip on shoulder, ho was to walk should havo such power caused the slowly Into church, kneel beforo tho people to "wondef ' (v. 14). His mir reading desk and wave tho whip acles were for one principal reason thrice over the head of the officiating (John 6:36). Matthew tells us (12:23) minister, then continue, to hold It In that In this caso tbey asked tbo questhat position until tho lesson was end- tion: "Is this tho Son of David," e. g., r was ed. After this tho Tho record tho promised Messiah? to rise and to take the whip Into the does not, however, Indicate that they pew of the lord of the mnnor of Hun-deon him were converted. believed and remain there till tho end of They knew what had been prophesied the service. Finally, the whip was about tho Coming One (Isa. 29:18, carried to the house of his liege lord 32:3, 4), yet they hesitated to come of Hunden nnd left there. On the due on bis side. Into the midst of performance of this ceremony his ten- out controversy (v. 15, Matt, 12:24; ure of the manor of Droughton was to their 3:22) the Scribes and Pharisees Mark depend. Tho whip was to suggest the They had projected themselves. scourging that Christ bore for sin come down from Jerusalem seeking, money symbolized ners; the the "that they might accuse him" (John pieces of silver paid to Judas for the 19:35, 3G). It la ever thus that tne betrayal of his saviour; cracking the devil seeks to divert. whip denoted that the weapon was Convincing Logic "Dut II. The Defense (vv. he. knowing their thoughts." Evident ly they dared not openly to make their accusations. They would not accept the natural and true explanation. Eng-lnm- l, 33-k .) whlp-bcaren MnmnoNAL SUrMSOIOOL Lesson Jesus endured this contradltlon and theso charges for ua (lea. 63:3, 4), and must not bis disciples expect a like treatment? (Matt. 10:25). With convincing logic Jesus reveals their motive (v. 1G) and demonstrates tne untenable position and conclusion which resulted from their own charge Satan Is not fighting himself. A king never sends an army against his own soldiers, but against those of bis en emy. Therefore, out of their own acknowledgement that the devils were cast out, he proves that the kingdom of God has come upon them. Such an accusation (v. 15) waa to Jesus an ev idence of the depravity of their hearts. There Is keen sarcasm in the answer he demanded from them (v. 19). Evidently they, too, had had power over demons, nnd It Is easy to seo the dilemma Into which he led them. This Is not the only time that Jesus con victed men out of their own testl- indny (Matt. 21:25). III. The Application (vv. With a true teachers skill Jesus drives home the truth brought out in the preceding paragraph. Satan la a 'strong man," but he, Jesus, Is strong er, lie has power to overcomo una iu take from tho strong man his armor (defense), and his spoil, and to bind htm fast (v. 22; Mark 3:27; Rev. 20:2). Thoso bound by chains of Bin are the spoil of Satan, and Jesus Is the only one powerful enough to break the power of canceled sin ii And set tho prisoner free. Cleanse the "Palace." With Christ there must be entire possession; there can he no neutrality (v. 23). We cannot belong to Christ and bo a slave to Satan, to mammon, to self, or even to others whom we may love. The persistence of evil Is hero indicated. Unclean spirits are ever seeking a habitation. Thereforo it Is not enough for a man to be cleansed, his dwelling must bo occupied, and It the Holy Spirit docs not take possession, tho evil ono will. Tho parable that follows (vv. teaches this truth negatively. In ono case Satan 1b dislodged by Christ, ho finds the "palace" (v. 22) (man) to be preoccupied. In this caso tho palace Is empty (Matt 12:44). The absence of a positive attachment, too, or possession by, Jesus Christ, involves hoBtillty to him. This picture Is that of tho reformed man, not of the regenerated man. Tbla latter has his 24-2- I I El t't. fc-j- tLaLaBBBBBBBaiiaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfl Potato Dieeaie Quarantine. The fislerul horticultural board of the dcinrtnnt of sericulture has made n decision of considerable lm Dioto (J, by portance to potato grwers. It Is the continuation liulellnltely of tho potato quarantine that his been maintained during the past year against certain SAYS EVERY FARMER SHOULD should bo a junior partner nnd countries from which our mMn ltupur tatlons of potaloes coue. Tlie coun j helper, and her advice neither dc- HAVE AN OFFICE. tries against which quarantine Is to be ignored In tho current issue of Farm and.Hdsed nor continued nre tho llrltlsb Isles, tier many. Austria Hungary, Newfound Fireside, ClilTord K. Davis says that FREE TO FARMERS belonging to laud and two bland every farmer should have an olllce. Hy pecial arrangement tho Hnte- - Frnnce In the St. tawrrnce river call Ho writes in pari, as follows: Mlquulon. St "Kvery farm, however small,' kin Seed llouso or bhenandoah, edTho Pierre and the quarantine Is to object of should have ono corner, or room, Iowa, will mail a copy of their big prevent the In trod notion Into tho Unit set aside ns nn olllce, whero plans! 101 1 illustrated Seed Hook, nnd a cd States of a d.ingen.us potato dls for crops, business, etc., may bo sample of their famous "Diamond ease, now unknown In this country studied out. Such an olllco can bo Joe's Hig White" seed corn that has This disease is known as the potato fitted up cheaply; but tho yearly a record of over HOO bushels per wart, the jiotnto canker or black scab Mino is ncre, freo to every reader of (his The decision of the department not benefits aro inestimable. only six by ten, adjoining tho kitch- Ijaper who may bo interested in tho only Insures the potato crops from the ravages of this disease, but will prob en, whero I can consult tho family Crops thoy plant. This book is a complete compendium of farming ably affect tlie prlrp of them.practically or talk to callers at will. The quarantine shuts off "Hero on rainy days or at night nud farm and garden seeds. It tells nil supply from abroad, though It does labor is planned, business outlined bow to grow big crops nnd all about not affect potatoes from Bermuda or or recorded, letters written or an- best varieties of seed corn for your Canada and means that we shall have swered, diseases of farm stock stud- locality; nlso Seed Oats, Wheat, Bar- to produce practically nil the potatoes wo consume for nn Indefinite leugth of ied or prescribed for, nnd nil bucIi ley, SpelU, Grasses, Clovers, Alfalfa, Pasturo and Lawn Mixtures. tlmo. in 1011. the year before the Irs attended to at once. alia Issued. "Only an hour or less each day Seed Potatoes and all other farm qunrantlne was potatoes 13.000.000 bush were Imported els of foreign will keep tho books up to date, show nnd garden soeds. This seed book Into the United Stntes. imis worth dollars to nil In want of bills paid, etc.; but tho result is Although the Ignition bureau of ngrl seeds of nny sort. It's freo to nil culture has asked the state depart mense. "Hy planning work far ahead of our readers. Writo for it and men- ment. through the British embassy, that the quarantine against potatoes tho season, thero Is no "lost mo- tion this paper. Tho mldrcss is tion," but Iho work moves along RATEKIN'S SEED HOUSE, Shenan- bo rnlsisl or modified the federal uor. (ad) tlcultural board has ruled that the risk doah, Iowa. Box 704. smoothly, each hour seeing its own of Introducing new diseases Into the duties done; but there nre few Jobs United Stifles Is too grout to Justify a Woman's Reason. 'left over.' change. Women have more of what Is termed "Without such nit ollloo, tho farmer who keeps his receipts in an good sense than men. They cannot Better Poultry Raising. old cigar box, his ncrouuts in bis reason wrong, for they do not reason "Keep the nest clean nud provide on bend (?) and bis work unplanned at all. They have fewer pretensions, nest for ewry four hens." Is tlie nd hardly knows 'whero ho is nt; and aro less linnllcatcd In theories and vice to farmers and poiiltrj men by the the both work and accounts soon lapso1 jmlgo of, ubjtsts more from their lm- - detmrtmeiit of agriculture. "GatherIn n n day and keep them into inoxlrleublo confusion that only mediate nud Involuntary Impression on eggs twice room or cellar nd market cool, dry tho Sheriff's salo can solve. With a tho mind, nnd therefore more trulv nud aWwt ,wlw w,v; Sell, kill to tho uuiuruiiy. muziim. neat farm olllco, farming rises dignity of a profession; and tho wife American Pros Association. HOUSTON. 8ECUCTAUV OF AUIIICULTUUK only Intended as a guard against evil designs, and was not Intended to be used for Inflicting pain; carrying the money Into church was to brlnfj to mind the action of repentant juuas when he cast down in tho temple the thirty pieces of silver; holding the Vhlp over the head of the minister betokened Cod's guardian care over his people; and the final depositing of the whip and purse, first In the pew, then In the hands of the lord tho text of Hundon. symbolized "Render unto Caesar the things that aro Caesar's and unto God tho things that aro God's."( Tho whip was last cracxed on I'aim Sunday, ibid. tuiportuut member of the grdup ns well as being the most extensively developed. It is the best early truck soil of the section. l On the Hills of the glacial nnd soil province Is grown the bulk of the great staple crops of the country. Tho silt loams have by far the largest Iocs-slnpor-tlo- METALS THAT GROW TIRED Like human beings, metals get tired and needs a holiday with and complete rest In order to recover from tlie strain nnd rush of modern over-workin- g that metals suffer from fatigue. He of uny of the kept Iron wires In constant motion ureal development u greater groups. They furnish the during a week, and watched the way of the cereals directly produced they acted. At the end of tho week for local consumption nud export the, they had lost a considerable amount of hay nnd grain used In the production their original elasticity. Ho eave of meat nnd other meat supplies. Dai- them a day's rest, and they complete rying Is nlso nu Important Industry. ly recovered. He further experiment Tho Marshall silt loam is tho principal ed. and discovered that an Iron bar, corn soil of the country and Is only after a three woeks' rest, gained ten slightly less Important for the producper cent. In elasticity. In repeated ox tion of wheat nnd Is nlso an excellent perlments ho found that steel and soil for the production of oats, alfalfa, wrought Iron deterlorlted very rap- tobacco nnd sugar beets. Idly If they were worked continuously, and, in tho long run, break up com' pletely, as the human being does. Simple Canning Methods. Recently u life. It was Lord Kelvin who showed i western Pennsylvania VELOCITY farmer, dissatisfied at selling his pens at a very low price, derided to can them according to the method advocated In bulletin 3.M). agricultural department, on the "Cunning of Vegetables In the Home." lie used the orHo dinary fruit Jar us n container. disposed of some to n local store, which soon took nil be had und agreed to take nil he could furnish In the future. He is preparing to put up n much larger amount next year OF TORNADO An effort has been mado to estlmat the velocity of tho wind In a tornado, Engllih Cattle to Be Admitted. The secretary of ugrlculture. nt tbo request of the British niuhassndor. announces that the foot nud mouth disease affecting cuttle, sheep nnd swlno wi 1 1 I has I KH..I hi Cmtl i.iiKi.iii.1. been eradicated and flint prohibition ngaiust the Importation of tliebW aul- mats has been removed. basing It on soma of Ub effects. plno board was driven through a telegraph pole, another wns driven threo inches Into tbo trunk or a tree, and it was calculated that such effects could have been produced only by a fore lit tlo less than a cannon ball traveling between COO and 800 miles an hour. Tho highest velocities of tho wind have only been estimated, never meas ured, for there aro no Instruments that will meaauro them. A Robinson anemometer was blown away when registering 120 miles an hour In Jamaica on November 18 last. The highest velocity on record la 186 mile u . ... ... 11 xuouni nmuuitwui tfnuu .., To-- and the returning place spirit can find no placo of abode. Unless, however, such bo tho case, the latter end of that man la far worso than his first state; witness tho Intemperate men who return to their cupa (2 Pet. 2:22); thoy return because they have no strong defender to drive oft the returning enemy. This application and principle here propounded may, and does, account for most of the back sliding after many conversions, viz., that of tho tho germ of character baa not boen generated (John 3:7). It Is by far In the most difficult proposition Christian work to reach ono who is thus gospel hardened. In IV. Tho Illustration (vv. bis teaching, Jesus constantly used familiar objects as Illustrations. The incongruity of placing a caudlo under a bushel tneasuro rather than In Ub rightful place that it may consplcu-ousl- y perform Its proper function Is at onco apparent. Jesus Is tbo Light (John 7:17; 8:12), so also la the Christian. They aro to be so set men that, seeing Christ reflected In them, they will glorify the Father who sent him. This Is that which is redeeming, transform lm. nd ennobl nr earth's sluful chll- gold-cured bo-for- e 1878. dren. Pago Four. THE CITIZEN. WINTER LYCEUM COURSE Fonruary B, 1DM. ooooooooooooaooooooooooooo 2 o X LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA o A AND Y1CINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES o o o tololololoiololoKloloflMoaololotoloftifloloMoMoi DR. BEST, DENTIST CITV IMIONK 183 & Mr. .nixed ,i M. II. Fro.l of Cleveland, 0.. Iti Herca Tuesday to spend Office over Berea Bank Trust row weem wiiii imr on, Arthur Frol, ami family. Lxerybo.iy Is happy (here Is (nil) Co. another big sale at Welch's, .Mis. Oscar Hays, who underwent 4 . M college hospital n fi'w days ago, was Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock Mkcu home ln"l Suliinlii. .Mr. Warsaw INSURANCE Brasxxell of Montezuma. .N. ('., eame to Uerea last FriWill sign your bond. Richmond, Ky. day and entered as u student in the Phone 505 Arndciuy department. Mr. .1. IL Moore spent Sunday with TIME TABLE L. & N. home folk in I lie country. North Bound, Local Mr. Harry Dyson, slnne cutter, left 7:00 a. m 10:55 p. m. Sunday morning for r.vnnsvlllc, Ind., Knoxville 1:07 p. m. 3:52 a. m. where he expects to he located for BEREA 7:45 a.m. several months. C:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound, Local Mrs. A. H. and J. It. Wynn of 8:15 p.m. Paint Lick were Berea visitors Inst C:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. Mondav. BEREA 7:00 p. m. 5:50 a. m. Knoxville Mr. K. T. Fish was in llichmond Express Train lal Monday. No. 33 will stop to take on passenFOIl It EXT. One colgers for Knoxville and points beyond. lage on Chestnut and Parkway. Call South Bound on Mrs. Laura Jones, Chestnut St., 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati Uerea, Ky. 11:55 a.m. BEREA Mrs. Jennie Fish very delightfully No. 32 will stop at Berea to take entertained (he following people (o on passengers for Cincinnati, 0., and dinner at her home nn llichmond points beyond. street Wednesday evening of last North Bound week: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hick, Dr. 4:45 p. m. BEREA and Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. 8:50 p. m. Cincinnati C. 0. Ithodus, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen- and Mr. O. J. OTonnell. change of dale in the Noliee the T.. til ...I... li f,,r m,i,, a while with tuberculosis, V. ,, v.w. her home on Boone St. last !."' ' V '", ".'..ri '"' wt.,.k. Funeral services were held i "",'!m' . ' Hie Baptist Church Friday, and i.i... .. . fc me body was taken lo llichmond for . I ;i in .see me spetiaj siuvc in.ui in ' (1j. ; (ad) his cooking demonstration. Mr. J. H. Soxvdrs of Arlemus, oriU(m f0P appendicitis at the Gib Knox county, visited lal Saturday son Inllrmary at llichmond n short night with his Iwci sons who are lime ago, is reported to be doing in school here. nicely. Mrs. Earnest Woods and daughtWelch regulates the prices, others er, Sallie, of Paint Lick were shop- folloxv when they can. (ad) ping in loxvn Monday of this xveek. The ladies of the Baptist MissionMiss Lou Phillips of Wildic visit ary society met Tuesday at the ed friends in Berea tlie first of the home of Mrs. J. G. Harrison on Cent ly week. meeter St., for their Mrs. F. II. Morgan is visiting this ing. xveek with friends and relatives in Mr. and Mrs. Shaw have moved London. into tlie house on Center St. recentMr. Thomas I.ogsdon spent last ly occupied by Mr. Simon Muncy. Saturday in Berea with friends. Mrs. Grace Bender and children of Mr. W. B. Harris, travelling sales- Richmond have been making an exman, spent the xveek xvitli home-folk- s. tended visit in Berea with Mrs. Bender's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Big week in Berea every store Scrivner. has a sale but it looks like everyMiss Glenna Carter, a sister of body goes to Welch's. (ad) Mrs. II. C. Woolfe, arrived in Berea Mr. Dean Slaglc left on the fast lat xveek and has entered school. train last Thursday for Gainesville, Miss Cora Parsons, who xvas in Fla., where he will enter the law school here last year, has returned department of the University of to Berea and entered school for the Mr. Slaglc has made a xvinter term. Florida. .splendid record in Berea and we Mr. Lucian Cade is quite ill at the wish him the same success in his home of his fnllier-fn-lnvMr. John nexv course. Bales. Mr. C. C. Ithodus xvenl oxer to Miss Ituby Smith is assisting in Winchester Monday of this xveek Welch's drygood department durfor a few hours. ing their clearance sale. Miss Editli Eudell, teacher in the Mr. Jno. W. Welch is suffering Pinevillo Graded School, visited from Saturday until Sunday xvitli this week from nn acule attack of her mother, Mrs. Ithodus, returning appendicitis. An nration xvill be if possible. avoided at the pre:-ento Pinevillo Sunday. Mr. Sain Park? Burnani of RichWe both lose money when you (ad) mond xvas a visitor Monday of this leave Welch's. Miss Hepsa Mayileld of Acorn, Ky., xveek. visited a few days recently xvitli her Mr. Jim Wagers, wiio underxvent many friends and brother, Mr. Sam an operation at the college hospital Mallleld, who graduates this year. a fexv days ago, xvas able lo be taken Mrs. Lonnie Gillen, xvho xvas call- home last Monday. Mr. Wagers ed to her sister's sick bed, has re- xvill resume his position with Mr. R. F. Coyle in a short time. turned to her home in Lexington. Mr. J. II. Cooper, traxelling salesMr. George Golden xvas in Richman for Littletield &. Steere of mond last Monday. Knoxville, Tcnn., visited the merMr. I'nrris Maupin has returned chants of Berea Monday. from a visit to Illinois. He xxas acMr. Arthur M inter left the first of companied by his cousin, Karl MauIho week for an extended trip pin, of Shirley, 111. thru Eastern Kentucky xvitli Mr. U. COMING EVENTS. II. Perkins, a shoe salesman from Xexv York. 'ITIISDAY. Fell. 10. Chicago Ladies Orchestra, 7:30 p.m., College Look out for that shoe and trous-e- r (ad) Chapel. sale at Welch's. Messrs. J. B. Richardson and It. WKDXKSDAY. Feb. II. Dr. Gnnsau-lu- s preaches in College Chapel, II. Clirisman xvere called to Hamilton, Ohio, on business Sunday. They 7:30 p. in. THIHSDAY, Feb. 12, Lincoln's Birthreturn Tuesday night. day; address in College Chapel Mr. S. T. Mitchell xvas in Boroa by Dr. Guiisaulus. the latter part of last xveek. live-room 1 DAN H. BRECK in operation for appendicitis at the "")ni7",u" 1 7 ll" .i.. j semi-month- v, t I I CARD . Or THANKS. We The Racket and friends and neighbors xvho were so kind nud sympathetic during the illness and death of our daughter, Viola, and also to her Sunday School teacher and class for their beautiful (lowers. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Baker. to express our thanks to our many appreciation xvish Store see CLARKSTON LPJ MAIN STREET, Near Bank C0LLI8E ITEMS Lyceum Commlltco Is Rind to The Mr. Arllnir K. Sufrern, former stuhe nbl to announce to their friends dent of Berea now of Columbia UniI tin t they hnve secured for the wina thousand dollars course versity, lia won ter section of the 11)13-for n dissertation in nn Economic throe of the inol attractive numContest. Mr. SutTern as bers ever presented in Uerea. Wo Pmo Kay IN VALUES NO LET-U- P well as tif wife, Miss Calclipolc, ak (hat you glance oxer (ho state- wore students for some years in Ue LASTS 12 DAYS ONLY ments given below nud seo If you do not believe thai we arc correct in rea. Miss Illanch Thurston, formerly a our opinion. Biggest reduction ever oflcrcd nt nny snle in The Chicago Ladies' Orchestra,1 teacher in Berea, l teaching at Dress Goods, Ladies and Misses' Coats, Men's and night. Feb. 10th. (Note Ion. N. Y and sends cordial greel-th- e g Ladies' Shoes, Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps. Prices to Uerea. change of dale from Hint nounced and printed on the tickets cut from 20 to 50 per cent on everything consisting of p,.f,,or Mar,!, ws in Lexington I lie ciinuge was made so mat nr. on business Saturday. Ladies' and Men's furnishings. Gunaulu can lecture on the night G. Bowman made n busiMr. .Ins. iof the llth.) A company of eight SALE BEGINS MONDAY, FEB. 2 musical artists nud Director. One ness trip to Iticbinoiid Monday of this week. of the best companies on Iho LyceCLOSES SATURDAY FEB. 14 um circuit nud sure to rank with Ilex. John M. MarMlllan, a student such companies as Scheldkret and if the Normal department, preached The Bosloniu Orchestra which have, it Hie Presbyterian church nt Bar- appeared in runner years. Worth boiirv file, or which ho is pastor last the price of the season ticket to Sunday morning and evening. any one xvno loves music, single Mr. D. O. Bowman, Secretary to admission, 35 rents. BEREA, KY. MAIN ST. President Frost, made a lnfslness Thomas Brooks Fletcher, the Dra-- i trip to llichmond one day last week. matic Orator, Wednesday night, March Kith. Mr. Fletcher is said lo1 Hex. I). F. White, sometime a stu-b- c one of the most poxxerful speak- -; dent of Berea and n graduate of HAYES 4 GOTT'S STOCK TO BE tended Ihe funeral of Mrs. Parks' ers on (he platform today. He prc- - Know die College, Teniu 1902, was a SOLD. neice, Viola Baker, at Itichmoud Inst de-i- c His wife, now sents great thoughts xvitli a drainnl- - recent visitor. In today's issue of (his pier ap- Friday. force that fascinates his hearers. ceased, was the daughter of LcxVis pears (lie Mr. Hiram Marcuin is very sick nt announcement of Hayes His lecture xvill !). "Tlie Tragedy of Tilns. Brother White has labored nud (iolt of the disposition at puldic this writing. Mr. Will Ogg of Brnsslleld spent sale of their entire stock of merFriday xvitli lelatives nt this place. chandise. Having been established in busiMis (ira Flannery began a m'IiooI nl this pluce Monness in Uerea for the past I years, Messrs. Have- ami Gott have built day xith good nllendaiice. up nu enviable reputation, and today Mr. Chas. I.amb of Germanlown, their storo ranks as one of Ihe best Ohio is visiting friends at this place. .Mr. John Webb, xvho has been known stores in the county, the M'houl at Berea for the past slock aggregating $15,000 worth of four months returned home Tlmrs-la- y. miTcuaiKiise. The days set for the bidding of the Mrs. Lewis Saudliii lias been very snle are Saturday, Fell. 7, to Saturday, Feb. 21. Special bargain fea- sick xxilh Ingrippe f.lr the past few Detures proclaim litis event to be of week. Hickory Plain. unusual significance lo the public. Ilickoo Plain, I'eh. I. -- Mrs. J. L. MADISON COUNTY Coi nellson has returned from Richmond xx here she has been spending Kingston. We are having two schools at a few daxs. Mrs. J V.. Colbert is progressing Kingston at present, Miss Ora Flan-cry- 's nicely with her school nt Kingston. and Mrs. Joe Gilbert's. Miss Florence Mitchell is visiting Mrs. Mark Flannery has been visiting her parents in Ueattyvlllc Iho her uncle, Waller Sturarl, at Richmond. past week. Mrs. Pleas Kx.lns has been away Mr. and Mrs. Jim Murray (.pent near Wallaneton to see Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Benton a few da her brolher-in-lax- v. Lucian Cade. Peters. Mr. J. C. Powell, who has been xx ho is very sick. Mrs'. B. S. Terril nud children sick for the past three weeks, is spent Sunday xvitli Frank Burdetl able to be out again. Mr. Hiram Marcum.has sold fifty and xxife. Mr. Frank llazelwood of Bohtnxvn acres of his farm to Mark Flannery snhl his merchandise to Will Lakes for 870 ner acre. Dr. Siiowden of F.still counlv js and moved with his family lo Kings i ton. planum: to locale in Kingston. Mr. Mauplu's daughter LIlo and Mr. Fletu VanWinkle has small pox at his brother's Jim VanWinkle. Mrs. Kiah MrKechan spent Friday Do not miss iL nt Alliens, Temi., and Indianapolis, Dr. Baker is Iheatlending physician. xvith Mr. and Mrs. Joe .Maupin nl the Unprepared." I ml., and is now pastor and teacher Single admission. 25 cents. Mr. George Young has returned Kingston. Mr. B. S Terril is nxvay on busiRoss Crane, Friday night, April for a xvork of the Union Christian from the mountains with a nice ness. 3rd. Mr. Crane is not merely mas- - Church at Prairie, Ala. drove of hogs. ter of tlie magic crayon which ho Dr. and Mrs. Paul D. Mossnian es Born lo Mr. ami Mrs. Lee Peters a Coyle. to produce wonderful pictures rived Tuesday and are settling in nexv boy. Coxje, Feb. 2. The fanners of before our eyes, but is a clay mod- -. Dr. Coxvley's house, formerly oecu-ele- r, Mr. and Mrs. Will Cornelison this place are busy plowing. musician and humorist as well. 'pied by Secretary Morton. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Daxe llico paid Mrs. We feel sureThal he xvil give one of Hugh Murray a visit Sunday. Itichard Golden. Farewell Reception. the most pleasant "Light evenings" Mr. Thomtis Alford purchased a Mr. and Mrs. Mark Flannery and Wednesday night Dr. C. F. Hubever presented to a Berea audience. (daughter, Verna, and Mr. tmd .Mrs. c.iw for $10 the other day. co- lbard, Die retiring dean of the jingle admission, 25 cents. Mrs. Jim Powell who has been D. . Webb spent Sunday afternoon Music, Thought, Fun. Do not miss i'So, received the faculty and mem with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Powell ami very poorly for the past xveek, is department at his home family. a single number, and do not waste l.'is of Iho some better. money by buying single admission on Hichmond street. The occasion Miss Lula Simpson and brother, The Mioses Louisa and Beatrice tickets. Get a season ticket for only xx is a memorable one. After leax-i- nr Giliiiore have returned from Win- James xx ere the guests of Iho Misses I lie house a largo circle xvas fifty cents, from an agent, the cowhere they have been visit Fairy ami Sallio Chasleen Sunday formed and the young people sang, chester aunt. operative store, The Porter-Mooing their afternoon. Drug Store, or Welch's Drug Store. "Auld Lang Syne" and Till We Mr. William Winkler purchased n Mrs. George Moody and Miss JesMeet Again." (ad) sie Young spent Thursday with Mrs. horse for $lft5. Dr. Hubbard left on the afternoon John I.awson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joel llroughlon, Mr. BEREA GETS THANKS FROM THE express Friday, a large number of Mr. Lawrence Powell spent last and Mrs. Asa Parks, Mrs. Mollio .students accompanying him to the week Willi his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abrams and daughter, and Mrs. Ann ' WHITE HOUSE The Fireside Industries received train. Chasdeen xvere Iho guests of Mr. and J. C. Powell. the following letter from the Presi Kingston, Feb. X Mr. and Mrs. C. Mrs. Jim Powell Sunday. The Second Semester. dent's daughter thanks for wed- F. Parks mid daughter, Verna, nt- -' Best wishes to The Citizen. ding presents: Tlie last half of the school year has had a most promising beginning The White House. Xo inconvenience has been occasioned by Dr. Hubbard's departure as Fireside Industries, Dr. Mohr, of Chicago, lias taken his Uerea College. classes and Prof. C. F. Ilumold is Dear Friends: The college departMr. Sayre and I send our warmest acting dean. thanks to each and every one of you ment has received three new stufor tile exquisitely lovely curtains dents: Miss Maude ISoxvman, a graduate of Iho Berea Academy, and and counterpane. They are very beautiful and xve Messrs. Dodson and L'fgloheart from shall hang lliein in our nexv home tlie Western Kentucky State Nor where we can seo lliem oftencst. and mal at Boxvling Green thiiik with pride of those Kentucky I Oilier departments arc still m- friends xvho thought out and xvorKcu creasing, for us such a delightful surprise. LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY I wish xve could xvelcomo you there and thank you each one personally Gunsaulus to Speak. Portrait to be Given. for your share in our pleasure. Very cordially yours, Lincoln's Birthday (his year will Jessie Wilson Sayre. be celebrated xvitli more than usual February second. enthusiasm nud Joy. Dr. Gunsaulus, of Chicago, America's greatest living orator, will , WANTED preach the previous night, and glvo hull calf or the oration on the morning of Feb. To box a well-bre- d yearling, short horn or Hereford. 12th. Address J. W. Hilton, Pino Hill, Ky. One of Kentucky's gifled eons, F. (ad) G. Wnlker, the artist, will present a superb oil portrait of Lincoln. Let everybody anticipate this great occasion. Cash Raising Sale 11 ay nn-,iu- J. B. RICHARDSON i LOOK! For Our Great Stove monstration Next Week A Special Man Will Cook All Week at - nr-us- rc The "Public Sale" is at Hayes & Gott's Saturday Feb. 7th To Sat., Feb 21st Hardware and Groceries M n I ! porated, is hereby terminated for Iho purpose of winding up their business All persons owing said firm aro directed to call and settle their accounts at onco und oblige. (!. 1). Ilolliday, Pres. That tho linn NOTICE. of Hollidays, incor- See Supplement for Further Particulars February C, 1014. TIIK CITIZEN, P. "NaReT'dhirX PeTerMnir guTTToTfor THE TEACHER AND THE TEMPERANCE QUESTION. Alcohol and Degeneracy. s Pugc Five, S0LONS SETTLE TO LAW MAKING (Continued from Piro One.) Life and growl h nre mysterious processes. Wo know lilllo of We know something of the changes Mint lake place when one liny cell begins lo divide and multiply nnd lake shape its a life gnnn grows hid) a snail, a cat or a human , ation. being. The force (hat controls the John Ilrewher To nmend Hectlon IH f Civil Cixte of Practice Cmles of 1'rnc-tiprocess of growth we call life; but not know. whnl life we John ttresrher Kor protection of per BRIEFS Jusl etui forecastIs with tlo certain deeon rniciiRed In mIIIiik tiny, Krnln, etc. ASSEMBLY We n .Krlcultiire. gree of arciintey I he particular kind Ailnm Hpnhn To reiculute nperntlnn of private employment MKnncles Commerce The ilog law was so amended as to of animal or plant into which n unit Manufacturing. Adnm Hpnhn llelatlnir to protection of provide for the payment of goats as group of cells will develop provided employe on liullillngn .Munlelpnlltle. well as sheep killed by dogs. we know Ihe origin of (he cells. Wo Adnm Hpnhn To prevent frnud liy the keeping of ikkh In colli stor-RCommerce nnd MnnufnctiiilnK. The statue of (lov. William Oocbol, know that Ihe egg of an English H. St. O'llrlen To nmeml net for will under proper condi14 years ngo while tho sparrow of rllles of tlmt claim retntlnir to assassinated legislature was In session, will be un- tion develop into a sparrow; we evrnue nnd tntntlon -- MunlclpullUe. H. M. O'llrlen To nmeiid net relntlrw rolled March 4. know that grain of corn when to revenue and taxnllon Itevenue nnd plai'cil in llio proper environment Tmntlnn. ft. M. O'llrlen--Tnmrnd net retntlnK Tho measure of Representative will product' n slalk of corn; we to time In which the enforcement nt tux I'olln, providing for registration of the know llmt a lion always gives birth title nnd tux llem miiy tie effected Judiciary. names of farmers and to prevent the lo lion whelps, 11 squirrel always W. M. Welili To regulate employment tiso of registered names was passed. brings forlh squirrels, a human beof ptiynlrlunn nnd eurKeomi liy compnnle nperiitlnK cnnl mlnei or or roriHirutlon It lumber mill .Minn nml Mining. provided for In ing always gives bill lo other huFree schoolbooks are II. J. Meer Crentlnu Htnte Itonrd of man beings. Like produces like. a bill Introduced by Representative Accounting Itevenue nnd Taxation. We also know Hint the characler-1- 1 II. J. Meyer To create nnd entnlilUh Klotte, which provides that a license Htnte Itimiil of Kinmlner In optometry it's of ancestors are transmitted shall bo levied to pay for same. Kentucky Htntute. .M. O. Wltnon Deilsnntlnir Lincoln lo offsprings. There is Jusl now a Htato- Inlay legal liulliluy Kentucky A bill, creating a commission to ad- considerable difference of opinion minister funds foKercctlng and epulp-plu- as lo whether or tml a falher can county buildings, was the first transmit his characteristics lo his Dry Forces Have Inning. measure of this sesslon'to go to the child, bill whether bo can or canThe house passed three bills affect- governor for his signature. not we shall not discuss here. This ing the shipment ot Intoxicating wo do know: The fierceness of the liquors Into dry territory. The first provides that search warrants may be MAKE MONEY SELLING OUR NEW lion is inherited from its ancestors through its parents; (he cunning of Issued In Illicit liquor cases; second, BOOK "THE PATH TO the fox is inherited from its ancespenalty for minors visiting sathat the tors through the parent foxes; the POWER." loons bo repealed, and third, the bill prohibiting the shipment of liquors for (By Rev. Chas. Spurgeon Knight.) good qualities or had qualities of a child tire in a largo measure detersale Into local option territory nnd (II lifts mi' doing so. One agent mined hy (he qualities of its foreprohibiting persons from having In i i possession for sale liquors In local op- who has Ix'i'ii working litil :t short fathers tu' tti ik its immediate parents. Nut only are the characteristion territory. Tho third bill Is for the limn hits taken orders for 100 hooks. purpose of putting Into effect the Yott rait tin tho same. Nollco our tics of mind, disposition, etc., transmitted, but the strength and weaklaw In Kentucky. Tho liberal rales to agents given below. most Important feature ot this measTin' hook contains 221 pages and ness of the body also. Strong, ure Is that all railroad, express com- 1(1 illustrations anil lunches every heallhy animals usually produce n panies and other transportation com- phase of life from the craillu to tho strong, healthy progeny; good sound panies within this state or doing busi- grave. The chapter on Sanitation and seed corn will produce healthy, vigness within tho state are required to Health, and the bulletins on canning orous stalks nml abundant grain; keep at each local otllce In tho terristrong, healthy people usually have tory within which the sale of Intox- vegetables nnd raising corn alone strong, heallhy children. The inaro worth many limes tho price of icating liquors Is prohibited a book In d, the mohook, ilea ides nil this it con- telligent, the which shall be entered Immediately the rose, Ihe Ihe morally upon receipt ot the liquor a full record tains much valuahlu information on strong and the morally weak all of the consignor, to whom delivered, tho subjects of Farming, Fruit Heredity, Temperance, have it tendency to transmit their what character of Intoxicant and In (Irowing, what quantity, the record to De open Habit forming nnd Homo making, qualities to their children. This tendency in plants and anito public Inspection and prima fncle 'and closes with two strong sermons mal to transmit their charneler-"tsti- cs evidence before courts. and a most interesting supplement. of body and disposition to Tho book sells itself. Price 35c. I heir offspring we call heredity. 105. o agents. Dill Under Fire. Special prices The Finn Three great authorities estimate There is much discussion as lo just 20 hooks, $3.00 ltcprcsentatlvcs of railroads pour-- d how far Ihe laws of heredity prevail the number of normal children that 10 books, $1.00. volleys Into the bill of Lawin determining the cliarncleris-lie- s are born lo drunken parents. One .00. 5 books, rence Finn, chairman of the state of an offspring, hut I shall not says Hint only 17.5 per cent of such railroad commission. This meas.50. 2 books, enter inlo lhal discussion here. We children are normal; another says ure Is designed to give to I the Sent til our cxpeno. commission power to classify freight, (Address Tho Citizen and send know that the offspring of man or lhal only 11.0 arc normal, while the of oilier animals is inlltienced hy Ihird insists that only 0.5 per cent, order safety appliances, fine railroads money order or stamps.) (ad) for failure to furnish cars and procertain forces that operate before are normal. Avnyonc of these estivide regulations ot rates and service. birth, and we know thai bodily mates is quite low enough lo make K. 8. Jouett, ot the Louisville and WHY YOU SHOULD SUCCEED. strength or bodily weakness in the the young man who would drink Nashville railroad, pronounced this There is a saying niiiong tho Ilrit-is- h father or mother often manifests it- think many times before he damns bill the most radical and drastic ever life-losickness or people (hat the British soldier self in the child. Strength begets his children to presented, giving to the commission more power than bad been given to can he just as bravo as any soldier strength and weakness begets weak-n- o imbecility. Another doctor examined a largo is a law (hat is pretty genertha Interstate Commerce Commission in Ihe world, and ho bravo for fifnumber of children for lulierculosis. by Congress. The passage of the bill, teen minutes longer. II is often that ally line. Jouett said, would stop railroad build- last llfleeu minutes that wins the If a man injures his body in He found thai only 1.8 per cent, of ing and development In Kentucky. some way how will that injury Ihe children of temperate parents The beginning of a lask battle. may he easy; to keep at it will bo manifest itself in his child? If he Were ttffeeteil, but discovered that 10 per cent, of those who came of Appointments Are Announced. harder; and lo keep at it till it is poisons his body by the use of some drinking families Were in Ihe indrug what effect will this have on The following appointments of extra really done is the hardest of all. cipient stages of the disease. help were announced by Speaker Ter- One of the most pathetic- facts in his offspring? If the cells that proHigh authorities estimate, that 50 duce the life genu are in some way reiu. i2flrkjua'a jjuyxt tLLx.& (Continued on Supplement.) disturbed so that they cannot func- per cent of insanity is caused hy tion properly and only abnormal or the use of alcohol. We know that poorly developed germ cells nre pro- insanity and suicides arc most freduced, what effect will this have quent where liquors arc used most upon the life thai grows from this freely. I'rof. Deniino of Herno observed life germ? These are questions that every man and woman ought lo con- over a long period of years 10 famisider. The primary f unci ion of men lies lhal drank heavily and 10 other Ho and women is (o perpetuate the families who were abstainers. race. Kvery man who expects to bo observed that 57 children were born a father every woman who to the intemperate families and that i. Sixty acre Blue Grass farm near Kingston, Ky., hopes someand to lie a mother owes til children were horn to tho tem day lionsi;, a bargain at $3,000. Terms to suit lo the tinhorn child n duly that none perate. He noticed that of tho 01 good should ever forget. What do tho children born lo the temperate parpurchaser. falher and mother vwant the child ent, 55 were normal, only two wcro acre farm 2 miles north of Uerea, 2. Thirty-tw- o lo be? This question ought lo bo deformed, none were idiotic, none really worth $100 per acre. A snap at $2,000. Your thought over by every young man were epileptic, only 3 died in infan and young woman even beforo they cy. Of Iho 57 born In tho drinking own terms. think of entering into tho marriage parenls he discovered that only 10 were normal, 10 wero badly deform relation. 3. The best farm in Madison county at the price. Whenever I see a mental defec ed, 0 wero idiotic, 0 were epileptic Good buildings, 176 acres 5 miles south of Richmond. tive J look back a generation or two and 25 died in infancy. all kinds. We are almost ashamed to print the price, Now no young man or young wo in lhal child's family for (he cause - and usually Hud it. When I seo man ouglil lo read this without do$62.50 per aero. a child that is blind or diseased in ing some thinking. Tho young man 4. One brand new dwelling house, large basement, 6 some other way I usually do not who drinks has before him tho terhave lo look hack beyond one or Iwo rible possibility of blighted babies rooms all plastered, 4 grates, cabinet mantels, hardwood generations to discover the cause of when ha becomes u father. Every doors. Large lot, good barn, on Boone St., Berea. Price its sorrow, l'or a long, long time young woman who marries a man people believed thai when it vonk-iiiind- who drinks anil allows him (o be$1700. Terms to suit purchaser. child was horn into tho come Iho falher of her children 5. One large two story concrete block store house family it was just the will of tho runs Iho risk of having an epileptic in best business part of Berea. Now rented and paying Lord that it should bo so. Hut wo child to care for thru till her days, case stare her that legal interest on $3000. Can be bought for $2000 Terms know nowsome in almost everyfound or an Idiotic, child (0 with its list-in cause to lie. the face and haunt her there is very liberal. cither in one or both parents or in less eyes that bespeak a feeblo one or nioro of the near nncestors. mind. No young man who has (ho Remember, the above is only a few of the many There are some families distin- desire to hecomo Iho father of bargains we have to offer. guished for the largo number of strong, healthy children ran afford great minds and great leaders they lo drink; no young woman who exYours for a square deal, have produced; there aro others pects lo have a homo of her own well known for lite number of and hecomo Iho mother of beautiimmoral and criminal ful, healthy children can afford to marry a man who drinks or allow descendant. Aiming many olhur things lhal in- - a drunken or drinking husband lo lliicuro'tho life of a child beforo its hecomo tho falher of tier children. birth is the use of alcohol by par- The risks nro loo great. ents or grandparents. If pure livThe greatest curse that hovers oving in Hie parents lias a telling ef- er the human race today is the KENTUCKY BE&EA fect on the children, so hard drink- blighting of the babies. Alcohol is ing on the part of the parents inani- - one of the most potent forces in the er. pur-che. e 11 1 Wobb-Konyon weak-mindeliglil-hearts ng - gallery, William Spawn; stenographer to clilof clerk, Ktl Herry; itenogra-nhcri.im...i1 llmlllon t'hnnnlnif limn for for tho house, Mrs, Zllpha Free-ma- n .inn of rlrrull courts at I'ourlfenlli Jwticlsl district Circuit Courts. nnd Miss Samples; copy. U llnmiiton To further rrcuUte ist, Ilownll Kcott; bill clerk, James W. Hurrrnjre nnd lMrrllon. rttctlon Iteed; assistants to bill clerk, Homer J. It. Mount To fix ninoiint of Ileum tux ruiulirit of retnll liquor denier Itev Splllmnn ami John M, Calhoun; mall rnue nnd Tnintlon, J. T. Weld) To amend liiwr do tlmt In clerks, John Newman nml Austin n Vest; valuing renl entnle for tntntlnn nit messenger to speaker, George money notra ttinl th vernier owes on ful. I Inml, which In a lien un mime, Wilson; assistant enrolling clerk, Miss uliitll l.f itrilurtnt from value thereof, mill Maud Applegate; messengers, Joseph to thnl owner shMI be nueeimeil only for McCain anil Fred Frost. MKvmnt iniil on enme- - Itevenun nnd Tax- (Prof. Smilli concludes series of nr-cle- s.) fesls ilself in Iho degeneracy of tho offspring. You must not supposo Hint this will ho noliceablo In every case, nor must you suppose lhal alcohol is Hie only degenerating force Hint enters Into llio lives of tho children of drunkards. It is frequently only one of many, but It tines have its effects. Tho following examples speak for themselves. One American physician observed 0(K) children who were horn of 120 drunken mothers nnd discovered Hint .TO of lb" children tiled in Infancy. These drunken mothers look nwny from their babies a lighting chance for life and health before Ihey were horn. Another physician examined 2(1,1 111 children for the New York Academy of Medicine. 0,(521 of I hose children had drinking paienls. n:i per cent of these children were dullards. 1:1,52.'! of the number had (fiupcrato parenls and only ten per cent were dullards. In aim! her case 11,711 children were examined and 11 per cent Iheir aneeslors bark (o the third general imi was looked into. They were divided Into two groups those Willi lempernle ancestors and those with inlempernlo aneeslors. OT all children with temperate aneeslors IH5 per cent were bright and elllelenl, only 1 per cent were dullards. Only 18 per cent developed some form of neurosis. On Ihe other haul), of all those with intemper ate ancestors only 23 per cent were bright nnd prollcienl, while 77 per cent were dullards, 7(5 per cent of these developed some form of nervous I rouble. lie another instance 210 children were examined and 1.1 per cent, were round to bo epileptic. All had alcoholic parents. When we remember lhal less than one-ha- lf per cent of children born to normal parcnlH are epileptic wo wonder what causes this increase in t lie children of alcoholics. Another examination was made of 215 drunkards and insanity, epilepsy, and nervous .disorders wcro found (o be quite common in their Not long ago it was ilescendanls. discovered lhal G7.2 per cent, of tho pupils 111 the reform schools of IJcr- -I ib had alcoholic parents. A French dottor examined Ihe records of 2,555 children and found that 51 per cent of them had drinking parents. Another doctor examined 250 feebleminded children and found that alcoholism existed in the parents of life of the race for causing degeneracy in families. Drunkenness in the father or the mother manifests Itsolf in the weakened body of the child, in Its weakened mind, in Its susceptibility to diseases that blight and kill. Epilepsy, idiocy, weak moral fiber, animalism, neurosis all afflict the child because of tho intemperate habits of its ancestors. Drink nnd ho merry, young man; and you, young womnn, marry tho man who drinks. Hut remember: when you become a parent you nro liable to reap a harvest of diseased and feeble-minde- d children! WORLD NEWS. . (Continued from Pafo One.) passed 50 years before the German Kmpiro was created upholds the supremacy of Iho military over the civil authorities. Under this decision men nre not likely lo hold office. Is Germany ready lo go back lo tho martial rulo or feudal days? Illinois and South America. Fifty members or the Illinois Manufacturers' Association arc to lake a three months' trip to tho principal countries of South America for Ihe purpose of becoming acquainted with business conditions in those countries and increasing the business relations. The delegation consists of principals not of salesmen. The primary purpose of tho journey is lo oblain a heller understanding between these countries, and not only pave the way for sales in Hrnzll, Argentina, Chili, Peru, and other nalions, hut also ascertain what raw materials may bo purchased fo advantage in those markets. The largest industries or Ihe middle west arc represented. Tho first slop will bo at Ilarbadoes. They may return by way or the Panama Canal. Transfer of German Officers. Col. Van lleuler, who was at the head or tho military at Zabern, and acquitted recently by court martial, has been transferred lo another regiment. Lieut. Von Forstncr, who w-ttho chief cause of the troubles, has also been transferred, but those transfers are to positions ot importance, so that it does not imply a censtiro on these oOlcers. Embargo Lifted Against Mexico. President Wilson has decided lo remove the obstacles placed by the government on the shipment of arms and military supplies irom tho United States into Mexico. Inasmuch as Htierla is able lo secure supplies by sea, as he may desire, it has been decided that tho hindrances that have prevented Constitutionalists from securing weapons from the United Stales should be removed. Consequently a proclamation will soon bo issued lifting the embargo on the exportation of arms to Mexico. Bill Defeated. Amendment to tho immigration bill excluding Asiatic immigrants was voted down in the Houso by a vole or 103 lo 55. aHcr the dereat or a similar amendment presented by linker. A hot debate look nlaco in which both parlies united in an apnea! to leavo the Asiatic problem untouched and so not to embarrass the government in ils diplomatic negotiations with Jaiian. The vole was a vote. While the hill included all Asiatics, it was espec ially framed to exclude Japanese. ng s s Anti-Japane- se non-partis- an I When 1 1 1 f ncss, makes Itlight- it up to airy I liglitfully appetizing- I t J (food evenly throughout puffs! It leavens theS dc- I For thiols the I Imkljig powder a that makes 'Ulie f baking better." I I Powder m I f I I I and wholesome. Remember Calumet Is moderate In price, highest in quality. s Ask your grocer for Calumet. Don't take a substitute. Received A W.rU'. Hihet I I IH.uk. Piru fCkiuji, Mink. 1112.' rrt FmJ El I gitu Wst I M.rt tcMaicftl mrtt whl,w u4 ttda. rmtti, I 0 CiImH b lr npTHT Mt Bilk I i find no exceptions lo Ibis rule. "It was that great seer, Etpanuel Swedenborg, who delved so deeply inlo the Laws of Correspondences, who wrote: 'Every volition and thought of man is inscribed on his brain. Tims a man writes his life in his physique, and thus the angels discover his autobiography in his structure'." A DECALOGUE OF DON'TS. For Sale! UNITED STATES NEWS (Continued from I'aje One.) $ pleasant. When sulTrage was dc teated in Michigan they mado most reckless charges or unrairness, hut a recount showed tho majority against them greater than on tho And a second voto llrst count. largely increased that majority, now they aro out with charges or com plicity between the and the liipior men. YOU CAN'T KEEP YOUR THOUGHTS SECRET 1 ed Bicknell Harris Dealers in Real Estate In the January Woman's Homo Companion Ralph Waldo Trine writes a remarkable article entitled "Actualizing Ono's Ideals" an interesting extract from which follows: "It was that able writer ot tho mind's processes, James Allen, who said: 'Men imagine that thought can be kept secret, but it cannol; it rapidly crystalizes into habit, and habit solidities into crcumstance Man's a growth by law, and not a creation by artillce, and causo and eireel is as absolute and undeviat-iu- g in Iho hidden realm or (bought as in the world ot visible nnd material things.' And again he says: A man's literally what ho 'thinks, his rharacler being tho complete sum or all his thoughts.' "As within, so without always and inevitably. A thoroughly scientific foundation, wo will llnd a3 we go deeply enough, underlies tho statement: As a man (hiuketh In his heart so is lie. There is nothing by way ot habit, character, oven achievement that can get into n man's or a woman's life except through the aventio of his or her Search as carefully menial life. and as critically as wo will, wo will By W. F. Wilcox. Hero aro some scenes I don't like to see on the farm. Do you? Have you ever seen them? Ifas anyono ever witnessed them on your farm? The wito out at the woodpile chopping wood or, out where tho woodpile ought to be, picking up chips. A pack ot ravenous dogs yelping about, encroching upon tho rights ed and happiness ot underfed and children. Hig piles or manuro leaching away their fertility back of tho stable Patches of weeds and foul fence corners. A, cowless farm whero milk, butler, and their assistance in cooking are absent. An empty pigsty with wasto enough on the place to fatten nt least ono pig. A gardcnless farm with its inhabitants going without tho healthful diet of fresh vegetables so easily produced on any farm. A farm whoso silences in early morn aro unbroken by hearty chanticleer calls. Hlue vapor issuing from tho barns, yards, or Holds as a result of men's uncurbed tempers while dealing willi live slock. A farmhouse unadorned with tho beauties and fragrance of somo (lowers at (lie door. half-cloth- FOR SALE. acres llluo grass farm I mile from Kingston, 0 miles from Horea. house, all necessary 70 hearing fruit trees; place well watered. For further information write J. A. Iliddell, Kingston, Ky. 02 -2 rot-salSix-room- ed Pago Six. yoti might get It yourself some other day and mall It to mo." "No. no! Never put off till tomor-rewhat you cim do today. My husband was a great hand to put off and put off For the last eight years of his life I was at him to buy a new suit of clothes. The one he had was blue to start with, but It faded to n brown, and toward the By JOSEPH C. LINCOLN last of It I declare If It didn't com Not bin' I could mence to turn preen ay vm!il make hi in heave It nwaj Copyright. IC03. by D. Appleton even then: seemed to think more of It & Co. than ever; said be wanted lo hang to It n spell and see what 'twould turn Hut ho died anil was Inld out next SYNOPSIS. In that same suit, anil I was so uiortl Cnr :imtn Heman Atkins wants to fled at the funeral I couldn't think of ko Cy Whlttaker's place. Cy unexpectNo: I'll go after them nothin' else edly returns to hie boyhood home. Every one In Barport venerates and papers slid Ihe diary while they're opposes fears Atkins except Cy. Atkins fresh til my mind. And. besides, ib the selection of Miss Phoebe Dawes as you s'pose I'd let Sarah Ann Atwood teacher. Cy champions Phoebe Dawes against rumiunge through my trunks? I guess Atkins, and she Is elected teacher. Cy not!" engages Mrs. Beasley as housekeeper. Phoebe began to bo sorry she had Emily Cy discharges Mrs. Deasley. Richards Thomas, aged eight, arrives at thought of sending for the diary, parCxfa olace. ticularly as the chance of Its containShe is an orphan and has come to live rewith him. although he did not Invite her ing valuable Information was so mote. Mrs. Ileasley went Into the to do so. Cy Is furious, but he rtows fond of her house to dress for the ride. Tho and keeps her. He nicknames her "Boa'n," schoolmistress vont with her as far as and aho learns to love him. "Miss Phoebe Dawrs an3 Captain Cy save the sitting room. Tho perturbed BaiThe captain ley stalked off, muttering, to the blackJCmlly from an ugly cow. admires the teacher. smith's. help Phoebe, decides to Captain Cy. to In a little while he returned, leading run as n candidate for membership on Henry by tho bridle. Debby, adorned thjs. school committee. Captain Cy inviua Congressman Atkins with the betlowered bonnet she had to Emllv'a birthday party, and the law- worn when she arrived nt the Cy maker decides to accept. Congressman Atkins gets a severe shock Whlttakcr place nnd with a black cloth cape over her lean shoulders, was waitwhen he learns the last name and Identity of the girl Kmlly, A mysterious stranger ing for him by the open door of the WhlttaJierAjilaCE. arrives M Cy barn. The enpe had a fur collar, "cat The stranger attacks Miss Thoobe, ana fur," so Mr. Bangs said afterward In Captain Cy rescues her after a scene of describing It. . considerable violence. "Pull the sulky right out!" commandA tempestuous town meeting; occurs. Congressman Atkins makes the mysteri ed the widow. ous stranger his friend. The latter turns Bailey stared Into the black Interior out to be a drunkard, one Thomas, who la the father of little Emily Captain Cy of tho barn. "Which Is It?" be shouted. la defeated for school commissioner. A fight occurs octween captain Cy and Mrs. Beasley pointed with her ear Thomas. Legal troubles arise over Captrumpet. tain Cy's guardianship of Emily. "Why, that ono there, of course. Miss rhoebe visits the Widow Reaaley. Phoebe Investigates some matters per- Tother's a truck cart. You wouldn't taining to the past. expect mo to ride In that, would you?" Mr. Bangs entered the barn, seized "Who said I was' blnmln' him'" queried the widow. "If lie was that the vehicle Indicated by the shafts nnd InspectIt out Into little Tiddltt thing I might feel differ- - drew deliberately tho yard. Ho weakly nnd then sat ed it down on the chopping block near by. Apparently he was overcome by emotion. The "still.)" bequeathed by the late doctor had been built to order for its former owner. It was of the "carryall" variety, except that It had but a single narrow seat. Its top was square and was curtained, tho curtains being tightly buttoned down. Altogether It was something of n Curiosity. Miss Dawes, who had como out to seo the start, looked at tho "sulky," then at Mr. Bangs face and turned her back. Her shoulders shook. "It used to be a real nice carriage when Ezra had It," commented tho widow admiringly. "It needs Illn and sprucin' up now, but I guess 'twill do. Come!" to Bailey, who had not risen from the chopping block. "Hurry up nnd harness or we'll never get started. Thought you wanted to get back for ancc, pers. THE CITIZEN. her arms filled with newspaTho latter she piled tinder the carriage scat nnd then climbed to her former plnce beside tho driver. Hen ry, In response to a slap from the reins, got under wny once more. Tho axles squeaked and screamed. "(Joe!" cried one youngster from the steps of the store. "It's the steam calliope. When's Ihe rest of the show cotnln'?" "III!" yelled another. "See how close they're hugged up together Ain't they lovln'! It's n neddln'!" "Shut up!" roared out the tortured Bailey, whose hat hnd blown back Into the body of the sulky, leaving his b: Id head eioscd to the cutting wind. The audience begged hlni to give them a lock of Ills hair and ndiled other remarks f n personal nature concerning the youth and beauty of the Mr. bridal couple and their chariot Bangs was In n state of dumb frenzy. Debby, who without her trumpet had beard nothing of all this, was smiling nnd gnrrulous. "I found all the papers," she said. "They're right under tho seat. I'm golu' to look 'cm over so's to have tho Interestin' parts all ready to show Miss Dorcas when wo get home. Ain't It nice I found 'em?" In spite of her driver's remonstrances, unheard because of tho of the trumpet, she reached under the seat and brought out the With her pile of Blnzeton weeklies. feet upon the pile to keep It from blowing away, she proceeded to unfold one of the papers. It crackled and snapped In the wind like a loose mainsail. "Keep that dratted thing out of my face, won't you?" shrieked the agonized Bailey, "llow'm I goto" to seo to steer with that smackln" me between the eyes every other second?" "Hey? Did you speak to me?" asked the widow sweetly. "Did I speak? No. I s,creoohcd! February 5, 1014 Cy Whittaker's Place The panting nnd alarmed teacher stooped and peered Into the dark shadow between tho dashlxmrd nnd the back curtain. All she could mnke out nt first were a pair of thin ankles nnd "congress" shoes In agitated motion, These IxiIiIkmI up and down behind the overturned sent and Its displaced cush Ion. "for your sake I will exhaust all my science In trying to save this man's body and soul." And so the honeit enthusiast had LOVE AND BABY hla chance. For a week Itobert Tyler lay under his care. The surgical op. Leratlon applied to tho cranium, cur- vigorous medicinal treat. By MILDRED CAROLINE 000 rent with athe end of ten days tha ment At I professor announced that tho test had "Doctor, ho has agreed!" been completed and Tyler waa a free) "Very good. I will telephone the man. sheriff at once and make all tho arTho newspaper wero full of the exrangements for tho test." periment. Tho professor proudly In hoped, Perhaps few mortals haro been and Doris prayed, and that the peculiarly strained and unnatural very night tho professor discovered Sho situation of Doris Hemingway. that before ho had left his homo Robwas of tho world's obscuro and humert Tyler had burglarised one of his ble, nnd scarcely the heroine or even cabinets, and had disappeared with understudy for the upper crust ro- two watches and a small amount of mance. There was, however, beyond money. the modest patient exterior a soul of Gradually tho Incident of Itobert rare worth. It shone out now In her Tyler nnd the professor' great cura- eager, anxious eyes. tlvo system faded from public view. Tho sombro looking, thoughtful phy- Two years later tho professor received sician who proceeded to a telcphono a package addressed In delicate feral-nlncloset and was busy tbnro for a minhandwriting, containing sum ute or two, was Prof. Alpheui Woods. of money equivalent to hit alosses He hnd mado a name nnd a fortuno through tho burglary. In his profession. Now ho was a fadThreo years after that Professor sources Woods, in a western trip, passed Sundist. At least so standard designated him, for ho had written day at a thriving llttlo town In tho threa cxtrcmo books on "Heredity," Strollof tho Hocky leading up to the audacious claim that heartabout casually mountains. ing in tbo afternoon, ho could extinguish tho criminal In- ho ramo upon an open air servlcck stinct In man, woman or child by a meeting. Tho preacher talked frorrH) almplo surgical operation, nnd make an Improvised platform, near which of tho most vicious mentally warped was seated a lovely, peaceful faced trust- lady Assassin or thief an honorable, with a child In her arms, eviworthy citizen. dently tho wlfo of tho speaker. A month previous Professor Woods Such rugged yet earnest eloquence had Interested the criminologists and novcr before Professor Woods tho local Jail authorities by asking heard. And then had stared marvel-ouslho that they find a subject for his teat. ns ho recognlicd tho man as It was Intimated that any professional Itobert Tyler and tho woman he had criminal In custody ho would sub- known as Doris Hemingway. mit to tho operation should recclvo His surprise was heightened, as at his liberty. Ihe end of tho meeting tbo speaker It was not so easy to find looked directly at blm with tho words: criminals who would run tho "Will Mr. Woods pleaso remain for risk of a dangerous operation. Tho a fow moments' conversation?" majority claimed to bo inherently inProfessor Woods advanced to meet nocent as lambs, and trusted to tha the exhortcr as tho audlenco dislawyrr rather than the surgeon to win persed. As bo neared him ho traced their freedom. At length Professor the old familiar lineaments of that exWoods found a typical case Itobert pressive face, down, sofTyler, burglar, a man who freely ad- tened, tho eyes but toned clear, thoughtful, sinmitted that the Impulse to rob was an cere. Irresistible Influenco of his nature. "Do you remember me?" spoke TyThe world had hardly mistreated ler, extending an eager hand. this man. A keen schemer had wrest"1 can never forget you," replied too ed a fortune from him through tho friendly "My first slippery deviations of tho law. In des- and last hearted professor. In anatomical refperation Tyler had s)t at work to get ormation experiment you." ended with "oven with tho law." He had been "And cured me, sir," pronounced appealed to In tho matter of tho Robert Tyler, gravely. "Perhaps not Woods test. He had wavered, de- directly, but tho results, tho effects clined, but now to tbo satisfaction of THE "Oh, Beasley!" screamed Mrs. Phoebe. "Are you hurt?" The rescuer pulled the seat forward ind with att effort tumbled It clear of the curtains. Debby mlcd herself Hill higher, "Talk aliont "Oh!" she groaned. Land sakes! Who's comln'? Men, ain't It?" She scrambled out of her prison on hands nnd knees and Juuitcd to her feet with reassuring alacrity "I'm n sight, nln't I?" she asked "Haul ttiM b'lnnct straight, quick's ever you cun." Miss Dawes, relieved to find that the accident had no serious consequences and trying her hardest not to laugh, assisted the widow to rearrange her wearing apparel. The blacksmith nnd bis helper came running up the hill. "Hello. Debby'" hailed tho former. "What's the matter? Hurt, bo you?" Mrs, Beasley, whether she heard or not, did not deign to reply. The blacksmith' olnted to his shop In the hollow. Before It stood Mr. Bangs, holding Henry by the bridlo and staring lu their direction. "He's all right." volunteered tbo "helper." "The horse stopcd ninnln scon's ho got to the foot of tho next hill." Mrs. Beasley was not apparently overjoyed at tho news. "Humph!" she grunted. "I most wish he'd broke his neck. Pesky, careless thing, gettln us run away with and upset! Who's gntn' to pay for flxln" my sulky. 1 want to know?" "Mr. Hangs will pay for It. I'm sure," said Phoebe soothingly. "If he doesn't I will. Oh. Mrs. Beasley, did you find the diary?" "Diary? No, no! I told you I wns afraid I'd burnt it up. Well, I had, and n whole lot more of them old ones. But I did get all them Arizona papers and took the trouble to tote 'em all tho way here so's you could look at 'em. And now" she shook with Indignation and waved her hand toward a section of horizon where little white dots In dicated the whereabouts of tho Couriers "now look where they be! Bloweil from Dan to Boorshoby! Como on to tho house and let nie set down. I been stnndln' on my head till I'm tired. Here. Jabez." to the blacksmith. "you tend to that carriage, will you?" She stalked off down the bill. Plioebo was downcast nnd disap pointed. She wns convinced In her own mind that tho Honorable Atkins bad some hidden motive for his es pousal of the Thomas cails,o. Asaph's fruitless quest In Orham had not shaken her faith. Captain Cy had re fused to seek Debby Ileasley for Information concerning the Thayers. and so he. on her own rosonlblllty, had done so. And this wns the ridiculous ending of her Journey. Tho diary had been a forlorn hope. Now that was Poor Ilos'n and poor somo burned. one else! Debby. marching down the hill, con tinued to sputter about the lost weeklies. "It's an cverlastln shame!" sho de clared. "I'd Just found tho one with that advertisement In It nnd was read- In' It. I remember the part I read, plain as could be. While we're eatln' dinner I'll tell you nliout it." But Miss Dawes did not caro for dinner. I.Ike .Mr. Tiddltt and tho cap tain, she bad had about all tbo Debby Ileasley she wanted. "Yes. yes. you will stop, too," ulllrni-e- d tho widow "I want to tell you can bco that more about Blnzeton. advertisement this minute right nforo my eyes 'Information wanted of my husband. I.'dwurd Hlgglna; live foot eight Inches tall, sandy complected, brown hair and yellowish mustache; not lume. but has a peculiar slight limp with bis left foot" "What?" asked the schoolmistress, 1 o y What In tunket" "I want you to seo this picture of the mayor's houe In Blazeton. Eva, my husband's niece, lives right acrost the road from lilm. Many's the time I've set on their piazza ami seen him come out nnd go to the city ball." "Keep It out of my face. I tell you! Reef It! Furl It. you you woman! I wish to thunder tho piazza had caved In on you! I never see such an old fool In my Iwrn days. Take It away!" Mrs. Beasley removed the paper, but only to substitute another. she "Here's Eva's brother-in-law,- " screamed. "He's ono of tho prominent business men out there, so they put him In Uic paper. Ain't he nice business man's appearance were anything but flattering. Debby continued to reach for more papers, carefully replacing those she bad Inspected In the pile beneath her feet. "I know what I'll do," declared the passenger "I'll hunt for that mlssln' husband advertisement of Desire Let's see. now! 'Twill bo down nt the bottom of the pile, 'cause the paper it's In Is a last year one." She bobbed down behind tbo high dashboard. "Here 'tis!" exclaimed Debby. "I remember It's In this number, 'cause there's a picture of the Palace hotel on the front page. Let's seo 'Dog lost' no. that ain't It. 'Corner lot for sale' wish I had money enough to buy it. I'd like nothin' better than to live out there. 'Information wanted of mj husband.' Here 'tis! Um hum!" She straightened up nnd eagerly be gan reading the advertisement. A terrific burst of wind tore nround the corner of tho bluff. The widow lu her excitement at finding tho advertisement had Inadvertently removed her feet from the pile of papers, in an instant tho air was filled with whirling copies of the Itlazetou Weekly Courier. Hlg-gins- '. lookln'?" Bailey's comments on the prominent materialized." "You surpriso and Interest mo." murmured Professor Woods. "I went back to my old ways, as you know," narrated Tyler, "but It availed mo nothing, for I caught a sovero cold where the operation bad not hea!d p. I lay In hiding and misery for a rear. That dear woman," nnd he motioned toward Doris, "worked for me, slaved for mo through ono helpless year. Then we camo west and then I saw tho true light and I am a dinner?" ."nOW nOW D'TE DO, MRS. BEASLKI?" ent nut. considering that I got this horn from Mr. Hangs, I'm wlllln' to let bygones be past It helps ray hearln' a lot Them ear flxln's was good while they lasted, but they got out of kilter quick. I shan't bother Mr. Bangs. If be can square his own conscience I'm satisfied." Bailey's conscience was not troubling him greatly, and bo seemed relieved, rhoebo told of the damaged buggy. "Hutnph!" grunted the widow. "Tho horse didn't get bent, too, did he?" Mr. Hangs indignantly declared that tho horse was all right. "Um hum! Well, then. I guess I can supply a carriage. My fust cousin Ezra that died used to be doctor here, and he give me his sulky when ho got a new one. It's out In the barn. Go fetch your horse and harness him In. I'll be ready time the harnessln's done." "You?" gasped the teacher. "You don't need to go. Mrs. Hensley. I wouldn't think of giving you that Mr. Bangs stood up and heaved n sigh. "I did." he answered slowly, "but." with n glance at the sulky, "somcthln' seems to have took away my appetite. Teacher, do you mean to" But Miss Dawes had withdrawn to the corner of the house, from which viewpoint she seemed to be Inspecting the surrounding landscape. Bailey seized Henry by the bridle and backed lilm Into tho shafts. "Back up!" lie roared. "Back up, I tell you! You needn't look nt me that way," he added In a lower tone. "I can't help It. You ain't any worse ashamed than I am. There! Tho ark's off the ways. All nboard!" Turning to the expectant widow, he "boosted" her, not too tenderly, up to the nnrrow seat. Then be climbed in himself. Two on that seat mado a tight lit Bailey took up the reins. Debby leaned forward and peered around tho edge of the curtains. "You!" she shouted. "You. Miss Dorcas! Come here I want to tell you some-thin'a minute. What's-your-name ." changed man." "It Is a wonderful, a glorious word to report!" Md Professor Woods with deep feeling. "Tho secret of your great "Was love, such lovo and devotion that came as a blessing," and Tyler cast a fond glanco at the smiling llttlo woman advancing towards them. "Yes, It was lovo Iotc, and th transition" hahv!" (Copyright, 1911. by W. O. Chapman.) HOLDS Four-Foote- d HORSE AS SECURITY Prowler Feasted on Boyle's Butter, Out Her Turn I to Come. Mr. "Listen, 8lr," Went on Doris, estly. d Earn- Henry, tho horse. Jumped sldewlso. Tho reins were Jerked from the driver's hands cud fell in the road. "Mercy on us!" shrieked Debby. clutching her companion about tbo The schoolmistress, her face red and "No trouble at all. I wouldn't trust her eyes molit, approached. nobody clue with them trunks. And. "I Just wanted to say," explained besides. I always do enjoy rldin. You Debby, "that I ulu't real suro as that could go, too. Miss Dorcas, but the sul- diary's there. I burnt up a lot of my You old letters nnd things a spell ago. and ky seat's too narrer for three. can set In the settlu' room till we get seems to mo I burnt some old diaries, back. "I'nuu'i take us long. Don't say too, but maybe that wan't one of 'em. another word. I'm Anyhow, I can get them Arizona papers, nnd I do want you to see 'em. They're the most interestin' things. CUAITEIt XVI. Now," she added, turning to her comI I Mr. Huugs, one after the other. panion on the seat, "you can git dap I I to prove that It would bo quite Just as soon as you want to." Onco out on the open road tho sulky J Impossible for him to bo Mrs. Beasley's charioteer was a credit to received the full force of tho wind. the resources of his Invention. The Mrs. Beasley clutched her driver's blacksmith might be back any min- arm. Another gust tilted the carriage top. ute: It was dinner time, and ho was huugry; Henry, the horse, was tired; Debby clutched the nrm still tighter. "Why, It blows awful hard!" she It wasn't u nice day for riding and he would come over borne other time cried. "I'd no Idee It blew llko this." "Want to 'bout ship and go homo and take the widow out; hot- - Hut Debby had a conclusive answer for agin?" whooped Bailey hopefully. "No, no!" klio answered. "I guess each protest. If you folks come all tho way from "You bald yourself tho blacksmith wouldn't be back for no hour," she ob- Hayjiort I cau stand It as fur's tho served. "And you cmi leave word Center. But hurry all you can, won't I'm kind of 'frald of the with the boy what he's to do when ho you? does come. As for dinner, I'll bo real springs." Tho widow's stop at the Atwood glad to give you and Miss Dorcas n house, which was In tho Immediate I don't snack Boon's we get back. mlud If It ain't a pleasaut day. A Itttlu rear of the Atwood store, was of a Bailey refused fresh alr'll do me goed. I been shut half hour's duration. got to leave the seat of tho sulky and sat up here huUKocleatiln' ever bIiico back from out west Now hurry right there, speaking to no one, not even along mid fetch your horse. I'll un- replying to tliu questions of u group of loungers who gathered to inspect lock tho barn." "Hut Mrs. Beas'oy," put In the tho ancient vehicle and professed to schoolmistress, "why couldn't you give bo In doubt us to whether It had been us n note to Mrs. At wood and let us washed In with the tide or been "left" toil for the diary on our way home? to him lu a will. At last Debby made her appear-1 could return It to jouby mallor 1 trouble." stopping short. "Hey? 'lias u peculiar limp with his left foot.' I remember .how Dcslro used to talk about that 11 nip. Sho said 'twas almost as If he stuttered with bis leg. Ho hurt it when ho was up lu Montana and" "Oh!" cried Miss Dawes. Tho color bad loft her face. "Yes. You see, he used to bo a miner or somethlu' up there. He'd never say much about tils younger days, but ono screaming collapsed time be did tell that I'd Just got as Mrs. Beasley against Its downward side. Another far as that limp when the sulky upset moment and tho wholo upper half of Tulk about beln' surprised! I never the sulky body. seat, curtains and was so surprised lu my life ns when Debby tilted over the lower wheels, that horso critter rared up and" and tho rusteil bolts, fulling to hold, Phoebo Interrupted. Her color had slid with a thump to tho frozen road. come back, and her eyes were shining. Tho wind, catching It underneath as It "Mrs. Beasley." sho cried. "I think I slid, tipped It backward. Then Henry shall change my mind. I bellovo I will ran uway. stay to dinner after nil. I'm ever so Miss Dawes, left alouo In tlio bouse much Interested In Arizona." at tho foot of the hill, had amused herself for u time with the Beasley libraCHAPTER XVII. ry, which partially tilled a shelf in tho vt, sitting room. r.lr..llll,lk Mils Hitting there, she was a witness of 111 Christmas hud come. Bos'n had I II hung up her slocking by tlio tho nlariulug catastrophe on tho hill1 top and reached tho front gate Just lit base burner stove and found tlmo to seo lleury go galloping by, It warty and dropsical the next morndragging tho four wheels and springs ing with n generous overflow of gifts of tho sulky, while sprawled ucross plied on the floor beneath It. tlio rear axle and still clinging to tho Tho board of strategy camo In durreins hung a familiar howllug and ing tho forenoon, and the presents had most wickedly profano individual of to bo shown to them. While tho extho name of Hangs, hibition wns lu progress Mis Dawes Tho upper part of tho sulky, with called. And before sho left (!abo I.um-leIts boxllko curtained lop, lay on Its drove up lu the doot wagon bearsldo lu (he road. From somewhere ing u big express package addressed to f waist. "What" "Let go of me!" howlediBalley, pushing her vloleutly aside. "Whoa! Stand still!" But Henry refused to Ktand still. Tho flapping paper still clung to his agitated liead. He reared and pranced. Jerking the sulky back and forth, its wheels still wedged In tho nits. Bailey sprang to tho ground to pick up tho reins. Ho seized them, but fell us he did so. The tug at Ids bits turned Henry's head, literally and figuratively. Ho reared and whirled about. Tho sulky roso ou two wheels. The Professor Woods a pleasing faced, plcadlng-cycgirl bad appeared at his ottlco to announco that sho had prevailed upon Itobert Tyler to undergo tho operation. "I bavo phoned tho sheriff," announced tho professor, returning to his seat. "I havo no doubt that Tyler will bo placed In my chargo within tho hour." "Ob, sir," breathed tho girl fervently, "do you think you can euro him?" "I havo mado my system a llfo study," declared her host, with dignity and assurance. "Listen, sir," went on Doris, earnestly, "Mr. Tyler Is not tho desperate criminal the world adjudges htm. Ho Is reckless, ho Is tempted, but ho has been plundered, crushed down, In poverty until bo believes all mankind his enemy, but I oh, yes, I know him. At heart he la a hero, a martyr!" The professor regarded tho soulful eyes of this fair young pleader curiously. Thorn was no mistaking her sincerity. "You are his relative a sister, he ventured. "No, sir, I am that Is, I lovo him!" confessed Doris. "Thief as ho Is, under a long sentence, I would marry him tomorrow were he free. I, llko himself, am an orphan, and like blm, I havo tasted tho bitter dregs of poverty. Ho risked his llfo to save ma Ab might from a burning building. tho highest gentleman in the land, secretly, nobly bo saw that I was cared for when I waa 111. He loves mo; I know It, but ho would refuso o to let mo sbaro his disgrace, to tho wlfo of a convicted thlof. Oh, sir, save hlral" pleaded tho girl pathetically, bursting Into tears. "If you could do that, wo would go away to somo place whero wo aro not known, nnd I would slavo for him, to mako him onco moro a man among por-baps- ?" Tho cowpunchcrs of tho wild and woolly west "havo nothing on" Mrs. Mary Boylo oT Patterson avenue, Dal- tlmorn, when it comes to tbo nimble art of throwing a lariat i Mrs. Boylo had spent a busy morning In her kitchen. Finding that sho had over four pounds of fresh dairy butter left over sho placed It on platter In tho yard to solidify, tho heW of tho kitchen having reduced its con' A sistency. Half an hour later Mrs. Boylo went Into tho yard to get tbo butter, but. .llko Old Mother Hubbard In tho nurs-Jcr- y legend, "when sho got thcro tho platter was bare." In placo of tho butter, however, was a largo dapplo gray horse, whoso color schemo and design suggested tho now almost extinct rocking cqulno without which no children's nursery waa at ono ishing the platter. But when ho chanced to look up and saw Mrs. Boylo tho equlno hobo gave a succession of loud and penetrating neighs and turned tall. "Not so fast!" quoth Mr. Boyle. A. moment later a lasso Improvised from tho domestic clothesline encircled tho neck of tbo dappled steed, causing him to rear on his haunches. Tho unwilling captlvo Is being held hostago by Mrs. Boylo, who dea clares that sho will not turn tho animal over to Its owner until sho receive remuneration for her stolen butter. New York Sun. Untenable Theory. You are naturally of an unhappy disposition, that's all that's tho matter. Wife That's your theory, la It? Husband I never saw you happy. Wife That's becauso you never aw mo before I met you. Now York Husband Weekly. No Dinger. , "I hopo your daughter at her comparty, Mrs. Comeup, will mako ing out tlmo complete. Tho noblo steed was engaged In pol- w'itlilu tho box cniuo groans and screams, greeting Phoebe, who rati to thc.fcUot. "Miss Emily ThoiUAH. Bnyport.!' TO DC COSTISUZD. tho pro- no faux paa." fessor brokenly, placing a trembling "Indeed, then, she'll mako nothing. hand upon the bowed golden head. We get everything all ready made." men." "My poor child I" spoko February f, 10U. TUB CITIZEN. MARKER FOR A Pago Sovcn. BLACKBOARD A Corner for Women Daddy's Bedtime Story quill." Billy Porcupine Saved by His Brother s Quills. Draw On Number of Parallel Lines at 8weep Easy to Understand Convenience of Device. SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door NCH iiiwii n time," Ikkhii daddy, "there lived way off In tho woods-tl- ie delate, black woods where, people never go a fnnilljr of porcupine. Now, you know, clilhtrpii, Krcnplnes have lonjf, sharp They must bo very cruel." suggested Kvclyn. "Oh, no." said dnildy: "they really are very mild nnd most kindly by nn ture. They intixt have those quills In order to protect themselves. All anir mals need Hoinu means of protection. They most havo nlmrp claws or sharp to snve them from harm In the teeth or be very strong nnd nnhnnl world. So the porcupines have their quills, nnd they Just have to Verse (or This Week, spread themselves out with these sharp pointed quills In tho air when they sco any uufrlpnilly nnhnnl, nnd tho crentnrc usiinlly runs lu fear. I It Is such rest lu "One time n mother nnd dndily porcupine hnd six tienutlfnl little porcumil so uiad! wero very pine chlldren-- nt least they thought they were boaiitlful-nt- id know ordered and ap- proud of them. Hut tho youngest wns not very strong; neither were his Thai Thou hut quIIU very sharp pointed. So his mother nnd daddy nnd his other little pointed nil, made n grent pet of little Hilly Porcupine, ns he wns Ami wilt jel order nml appoint my brothers nml xlxtyrs cnlled. Whenever Hilly wanted to go nnywliero one of his brothers or sisters lot. always went alotitr with him to see Unit no harm came to him. l'llP tllOllgll BO IIHII'll I (Ullllllll und- "One day Hilly Porcupine wns Invited to n porcupine children's pnrty. orslaud, Only very young Kreuplnes were Invited, so Hilly wns the only one Invited Ami would not cIioiku, lias been, out of his finally. Ills mother llxod him nil up nicely for the party nnd and yet may , brushed his quills to make them look ns well ns tKslblc. nnd off he started Thou chooses!, Tlmii pcrfonnesl, with Ids biggest brother. Hilly Porctipllio wns awfully excited, ns lie loved parties. Hot they hnd not gone very fur when n great rumble, wns heard Thou, my Lord. through the woods. 'Oh. what Is that?' cried Hilly Porcupine, nnd before Ids This Is unouKh for me. . brother hnd time to answer what should they sec coming toward them but a P. II. Hnvr-rgiilgreat big lion The lion sphtl Hilly llrst. nnd. seeing his quills weren't very strong, he thought to hlin'clf. 'Til wton do away with that delicate little Olackboard Marker. morsel.' Hut he hadn't wen Hllly's brother, who quickly shoved Hilly back IBlolheT's Job is the Most Import- or him and stood lu front of the lion, with his quills sticking straight out. case may bo. Thcro aro screw means "Then the big lion began to tremble ns he looked at tho sharp, long quills to keep them rigid In any position deant of All. get at Hilly without attacking Hllly's sired. It Is easy to understand tho of Hilly' brother lie saw tie couldn't st individual mother who brother, nnd so the great big lion turned nwny from the little porcupine, shiv- convenience of a device Hko this. It iii Is ering with fenr at the mere thought of those awful quills of Hllly's brother, must save her own baby anil it Ihi! individual mothrr who nlono nnd ran. 'HOLLERED' FOR HIS BROTHER "So through hi sharp quills lie wived his brother life, and how happy has It in Iht power In rfivo her baby needn't tell you." porcupine family' felt at Hllly's rictio (he siirroiinditms ami care that tho Schoolmaster Wat Unwilling to Believe Excuse Given by Small Boy miinn wholesome living and health. for Absence From School, Tho (loininunlty, Iho doctor, tho Candy for the Girls to Make. nurse, or friends may aid, tho mothHaving been absent from school tor (Hy Miss Tyler.) er alono can know her child ns no n wholo day, n small boy was called other human he ink' may. Hbo must out from his class the next morning Ponoche. Tollow the simple and direct path, by tho head master, who wished to 2 cups of brown sugar. no effort is she must believe that know tho cause. Tho boy replied that cup milk. too great to give her baby a normal his brother went to have a tooth lablespooufuls butter. 2 body and mind. She must bring to pulled out, and that be went to "hoi- I teaspoonful vanilla lcr" for him. her aid all that the community may cut chopped nuts. "What!" said tho scholmastcr, "you ulvo her of clean, hygienic sursugar and milk to soft ball Hoil ' had to holler for him?" roundings a pure water supply, Iteinove from lire, add butslage. i "Yes, sir," said tho boy. clean milk; all that the doctor can nuts. Heat until The schoolmaster believing that givo of advice and treatment; all ter, llavorlnK?and tho boy was telling a He, immediately may offer of care creamy and thickened. Pour Into a that the nurse went for his cano and threatened to greased tin and when firm cut in and mipen ision, and with it all must thrash htm soundly If he did not squares. be inllnile common sense, for tho speak the truth. "I nm speaking the truth," said the Ihial choice and responsibility for Peanut Brittle. boy "It Is like this, sir. My father her baby's welfare must be hers 2 cups of granulated sugar. is a green grocer, and goes bis rounds I teaspoourul alone. Dr. Josephine Itakcr in Wobutler. every morning; and father's got asthI cup coarsely chopped peanuts. man's Home Companion. ma very bad, and cannot call out what Put sugar into an iron saucepan he's got to sell, so my brother goes and let it melt gradually over a with him to holler for him, and he, Uses of Salt. moderately hot Ilro; just as soon as having his tooth pulled out yesterday, immeI went and did the hollering for htm." melted, add butter nnd nuts "Salt," said the snmll boy, " is Tho boy was placed at the top of diately pour into n makes victuals bad when you what the class. shallow pan. Mark off into squares. don't put it on." Peppermints. This Is true and there are many GOOD STUDY IN PUNCTUATION I run nf white sugar. other tilings besides victuals that Wheel Walking. cup of boiling water. Dissolve! -l site bad if salt isn't used. Modern Eastern Educator Says For instance, if you wish to save the sugar in the water and let boil movements of tho wheel walker are Writer Punctuate Too Much Often Placed In Wrong Place. tho money spent for tootli powder, vigorously live minutes without similar lo those of the skater, except foot use salt as a dentifrice, and jou will timing, llemove from pie and bent thot tho former. In bringing the from forward, does not lift the wheel A celebrated eastern educator comhave white and till a thick cream, adding mean- tho ground, says the Popular Elecma who has spent much time In studyteeth, and a nice, clean taste in your while, six drops of oil of peppernre provided to pre- ing literature comma tells us that the tricity. Hrakes month. mint and enough color paste to give vent undiiQ speed on Inclines nnd modern writer uses too many punctuwater makes a splendid gar- a delicate green or pink tint. Drop there Is also nn arrangement to per- ation marks semicolon that he often Salt gle for sore throat. aNo It is most in rounds from the tip of a spoon on mit standing still. place and them ' No spokes connect the hub with the gets they in the wrong comma anyuseful for bathing weak eyes. buttered or oiled paper to cool. nre a nuisance that tire, but h solid steel sheet Instead how comma remarks the Hrooklyn invigorating. Throat Salt baths arc made of troubles and colds may lie avoid- BASKET TRICK IS STARTLING Tho wheels are light weight great Eagle period and strength, but of Another shark on literature coma practice is made of viged if perceptible friction. Walking ma however comma says that It Is body with a Formerly Done by Indian Fakir, Out without easily orously rubbing tho learned, like the art of Impossible for any person to write can be towel wrung out of strong, brine. Recently Western Magicians Hav skating, nnd proficiency In the latter without using punctuation marks perubbing must bo vigorous Adopted It. The Is helpful. riod Ilelng of a genteel turn comma onough to cause the skin to glow. wo do not feel Hko coming right out of all AUan Knew. Ohm of tlio most slartlliiK Salt will set colors, Put a large nnd calling tho latter gentleman a water In the exhibitions given by the stage The teacher In a country school al- quotation marks liar quotation marks handful of salt into the For- ways tried to make the IcsBons ns Inl the "basket trick." but we have demonstrated comma to vliidi colored fabrics are washed magician expert as possible. and they will come out without fad- merly it was done only by the year teresting children," she said, "let me the satisfaction of oursclt comma at "Now. Indian fakirs, but In recent least comma that writing can bo done ing. western magicians aUo have done It. see what you remember nbout the anl-m- without tho use of any punctuation To remove Iron rust, use salt A child Is placed In a basket In front anikingdom and the domestic How do mark whatsoever period moistened with lemon juice. of the spectators. Then the magi- mals that belong to It. You have you like It Interrogation point. The inside of bottles which have cian thrusts his sword through the named all the domeutlc animals but become discolored, especially vine- basket again and again, drawing It one. Who can tell what that ono Is?" PASTIME FOR YOUNG PEOPLE There was no reply. gar cruets, can be cleaned with salt out covered with blood. Tho child tho teacher. and "What!" exclaimed screauiB frantically for soin time May Be Used Indoor then stops ns It It hod beeu killed. "Does no one know? It has bristly Bow and Arrow If Care I Taken to Avoid WinWhen the basket Is opened jt Is found hair, likes the dirt, and Is fond of get. dow Pane and Painting. to Ire empty and tho child appears ting Into the mud." WELL TESTED RECIPES. A small boy ut the end of the class suddenly among tho spectators. All This bow and arrow has been de this Is done with such an aspect of raised a timid hand. signed chiefly for those Interested In Corn Muffins. "Well. Allan?" said Uie .teacher. It often frightens the timreality thut 'TIensc, ma'am." said tho Uttlo boy the outdoor sport of archery, but may Sift and mix a cup and a half of id ones among the crowd, nnd yet it reflectively, "It's me." Llpplncott's. yellow corn meal and as much Hour, Is simple enough. ' ' T One side of the basket Is duuhln half a teaspoon of salt, a quarter of Wanted Company, teaspoons of After closing the basket tho mugl n cup of sugar and two Mother (reprovingly) You know, turn It over on Its baking powder. Heal well tho yolks clan pretends to turns over only one dear, grandpa has gono to heaven, side. Ho really if two eggs; add half a pint of rich part of It. Tho bottom nnd one thickand papa has gone to heaven, but If milk, or thin cream and mix with ness of the double sldo arc left us you tell untruths you cannot go to heaven you will have to go to tho the meal. Ileal hard for three min- they were, (he other thickness utes, and then fold in the .stiff whites tho bottom of tho basket In other place. Tho Child Oh. mamma, you say a r tho eggs. Hake in little gem pans Its now position, what was tho oppo-slt- o sldo of this becomes tho top. swear word, and coma to tho other a hot oven. in nnd tho- - old bottom Is left lying free place, too." upon the ground, with tho child upon Lemon Pie. Two Sorts of Operations. Hut this old It, outside tho yolks of two eggs until bottom and tho basket. Heat tho navo operaieu on a I see tney child upon It nro now or oreamy, then stir in one cupful under tho robo of the magician. While t! Philadelphia boy's head la order to sugar. Add tho Juico and rind of tbo magi Man Is turning tho baskot make a better boy of him." "That Isn't where my dad used to one lemon, two tablespoonsfuls of back to Its original position nml runcupfuls ning his sword through It tho child operato on me to make a better boy butter, and one and one-ha- lf or milk. Heal the whiles of eggs escapes Into tho crowd. Tho blood of mo." A Bow and Arrow That Will Stand very htiff, and fold into Iho mixture. on tho sword Is from a spongo In the Hard Usage. baskot. A Fact. Put into unbaked crust. "They nro trying tho sllenco cure also be used Indoors If care Is taken Mrs. Sumner Davis. to avoid windows and pictures. The TRAVEL ON 'WALKING WHEELS' for women." Fitohburg, Mass.. "Then how on earth is any woman bow, which Is 26 In. In longth, Is mado Movements Are Similar to Thoso of under such treatmont going to enjoy of two pieces of strong stoel wire conLincoln Cake. poor health?" nected to a ntckelplated handpiece 8kater Drake Provided to Preoup of'buller. 3 shaped so that the arrow can bo quickvent Undue Spetd. If tho wedding ring Is dropped dur- - ly placed In position for shooting. The 2 cups of sugar. A Swiss inventor amused the peo- 'tng the ceromony tho brldo may as bowstring la mado of strong material :i cups of Hour. ple of the city In which he roslded by well wish herself unborn, for sho will and the arrow Is of bard wood, 15 la. cup of sweet milk. long, with a soft rubber tip, and going about on "walking wheels." The always baro 111 luck. Whites of Ceggs. weighs only 8 ounces. 2 teaspoons of baking powder. lazy-tongIn-. 1 1 I I 1 well-greased Five-minute well-preserv- A blackboard marker, by means of which a scries of parallel lines may bo drawn at ono movement, has been designed by n Now York man. Tho chalks are Inserted In holders th stare s mounted on n and tho are slldably mounted In tho slots of a bnr that In turn Is set In a frame the framo having a handle at tho back. To regulato tho distance between tho crayons, which mentis to regulate tho space between s are the. lines they draw, the cither extended or contracted, as tho lazy-tong- s Iniy-tong- Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- g Training that adds to your power, combined with general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commer-cla- l. FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door General Berea's Foundation School Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we, can put you with others Hko yourself and give chanco for most rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For thoso who aro not expecting to teach and who nro not going thru College, but desire mora general education. This is just tho thing for those preparing for medical studies or other professions without a college course It also gives tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School training for those who expect to teach. that young people can teach through the 4Thls gives tho very best Courses nre so arranged summer and fall and attend school through tho winter nnd spring, thus earning money, to keepright on in their courso 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, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest .department. 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered This is tho crown of tho whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. 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 nt lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and savo in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect tho character and reputation of tho young people. Our students come from tho best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge. All except thoso 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 l 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 Tho 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, nnd $1.50 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to GO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES aro 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). Tho 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 tho half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM Incidental Fee Room VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL $ 5.00 5.60 COLLEGE $ 6.00 7.00 $ 7.00 7.00 Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept 10, 1913 Board 7 weeks, dut Oct 29, 1913 Total for term If paid in advanced WINTER Incidental Fee Room 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 9.45 $23.45 9.45 $32.90 $29.00 TERM $ 5.00 $3I.40 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $32.40 $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $S2.20 Board 0 weeks 6.00 9.00 "I' Amount due Dec. 31, 1913 $20.00 Board 6 weeks duo Feb. 11, 1914 9.00 Total for term If paid in advance $29.00 I $28.60 ?$30.70 $3I.70 This does not includo tho dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Fall Winter Tola Srinjr 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 Business course studies for students in other departments: Stenography 10.50 9.00 7.60 27.00 Typewriting, with ono hour's use of instrument 7.00 6.00 6.00 18.00 Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. Arith., or Penmanship", each... 2.10 1.80 1.50 5.40 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $16.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea if there is tiio will to do so. It is a great advantago to continue during winter and1 spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time in the public schools going over and over tho same things, when they might be improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies with some of the best young men and women from other counties and nblo-bodi- 2-- 1 states. Applicants must brine or send a testimonial showing that they are above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Oerea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Winter Term opened Dec. 31st. Hurry up I For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary. D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Papo F.ight. TIIK CITIZKN. C. Lllllo nnd others for tflfl.75 dam bio Lick vlsllod relnlivcs nt this ages for Inking gloro goods undor nn place Saturday and Sunday. Win, execution. H. ,. Dean tins tho grip. Isaacs of Ulrch Lick was nt Hurley -- Joluilo Dunn Is visiting hlg grandlast week on business. Mr. Lcon-nr- d pa, Isnac Dcnn on Sand Lick. Tho Oabbard will soon be ready to Fiscal Court meets Feb. 5th to set- move into his now house. Mr. Davtle with tho of Jackson id Gahhard and Green McColliuu count 8ul VanWInkln is having went to Livingston last week on HocorTnpede psttlibcd ibIch slisrt la full by tht writer. Til tm him n new house built nt Cane business. Old Aunt Susan Lakes is It lot for publication, bat i a ttMnc of tool lilts. Writ pUlsly, Springs. Win. VnnWInklo is doing very poorly nt present. W. R. Gab-ha- rd who has been sick for somo LAUREL COUNTY $10. Mr. Cnrlor llmvinim nlso mir- tho building.,!. V. Ahrams Is having a new ground Held cleared. Ho lime is able to bo out again. dinsed a lino nlllt, prico 81 1.25. Pittsburg. says ho is going to farming. Little I'iUslniiy, Kelt. 2. Mlllo Annie Mr. Harvey llrniHlonhiinr Ij sick nt Cashie VnnWinklo hns moved to a Maulden. ,s,.vcry S.lck Singl.-'lois very poorly with pneu- - 'i'1" house near it. 4N. Dean's family ocmniiin. MIm Charlotte Colo visited nt this writing. Flnloy Mooro has cupied by Joe Flanery. .Matilden, Feb. 2. Charley and Jas. got the mumps. Charlie Hmvninn Ml-Klizn McCnrty nt her lioine 'liiicber of Ibis place aro attending went In Quicksand to work for y. Friday, nnd school at Annville. Merlda Simpson iioar l.aiiKiian last McKee. Leonard and wife, who have been sick for There will ho nn entertain Charlie Uraiiileiibiirg. McKee, Jan. 31. Mr. Stephen Heekiiell's fiimlly Is thought to lmvo ment nt the Chapel of tlio Pittsburg some lime, are slowly Improving, Is very sick, Attorney J, R. Howies tirade! School in nboul two week". Hie sinallpox. Capt. Wihler's two Llewellyn but their little son, Conley, is no was in Louisvillo and ei.nomi art inoi.gni io Tho admission will he flfleen and ""'? better. llainiiilo and Rebecca Farm Frankfort on legal business this er and James Anderson left January iw..niv.ilvn ppiiU. lV..rvl.odv tnnst ,li,vo l,,c pneumonia rover.-Jai- iies H. Fulton, representing 201 h cordially invited. You will surely Harvey has the measles. Miss week. S. D. for Hamilton, Ohio.-- IL get ample pay for your money. The Jane Taylor and Willie .Moore start the 'liirkey loot Lumber Co., is In Farmer hns completed his kitchen ed school Monday at Itlelunond. this week. Mr. Harry Ever- - ami lov.it proceeds will lie used In make a moved into it.-.- Mr. I. S. regular tilllO for IlOV. sole, Jr of Auuvillo was in McKeo vm...ii .... Mm nin.,..MI '""V ' !nr-- 1 has gone to Richmond on to preach at this plaee.- -at Wednesday on business. Tho business. S. 11. Fanner and I garet Cole is taking a Normal course 0. R. for King's Daughters' prayer meeting Amy attended singing at Liberty S. H. M. S. Miss Flora Kftlchlcr '!,a9! liniloiil,eri? is working bo held at homo of Mr. Lou ,0 :r' Sunday. and Mls"Kva Hale arc taking a .' Cm.!!!or ""'""& 1,03slop will Reynolds tomorrow afternoon. Dr. Thomas Paynes' Prof. Jones may Peatlyville. inercial course. well feel his importance in Pitts- daughter has the fever and is'ilan- - Treadway of Orayhawk visited the Nathanton. burg graded school. Not only these gerously ill. She is staying with Academy Thursday and testod tho eyes of several pupils. Mr. N. U. Nathanlon, Jan. 31. A series of but others also who have attended Charlie Hose. Miss Norella llrniul Hond, enburg Is still in this country- .president of the Rockcastle meetings will begin nt Union next school here are making records. (utod luck to The Citizen and- - its River Railroad Co., was In town last Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. Samuel many readers. week. He says ho Is working 200 Saudi In is visiting nt Mr. Morris ROCKCASTLE COUNTY men and is making (Inn progress on Sandlin's of Sextons Creek. Hon D, tUckford. (he road, having about 8 miles al- - G. Wood is home from Frankfort Sulphur Springs Ilockfonl. Feb. I. Mrs. Martha J. Sulphur Springs, Jan. 31. This eady rotnploled. It is now a cer for a few days' slay. Mrs. Jane Cur siek for some week was noted for the coldest tainly that two railroads will bo ry is sick with lagripjie. Aunt VirThomas who lime died Jan. 27th, and was buried weather of tho season. Mrs. Ida completed nnd in operation to with ginia Dailey died on Jan. loth. Her in the Fairview graveyard. Mr. Hraudenburg, Collie Cole, .Mary Tay in 5 lilies of McICee, each, by Juno remains were taken to Paris for nas nao smaupox r, Maltlo Moore and Amanda 181b, Hill and (be two will finally! burial. Mrs. Martha Hurst, who is some better. Mr. J. C. Hullen sold Uiandenburg visited Mrs. John onnecl at McKee. Sheriff John has had poor health for somo time, has been to Stone Coo doing dental normal class in Piuovillo, was In his farm to .Mr. l.aimaru for l.WM Lynch this week. The- - r.mnri n inner has gone to Drip Rock to is some belter. She with her daugli- - work.- Miss Lucy Judd visited nl Dreyfus Sunday. He is expecting to go to Illinois splendid time. Sunday school will iring a Miss Eversole into court to ter, Sorilda, returned last week Mr. L. J. Peters' from Tuesday until Schools In Dreyfus aro progresssoon. Mr. Hob Linville purchased a begin again soon. Rev. Johnson be tried for lunacy. Mr. Creech from an extended visit with her sis- Wednesday. Old Uncle Markus ing. farm from Mr. Oabbard for 1,000. Cook is very poorly. Mr. James preached at the M. E. Church Sun- Russell and son Ed spent several ter, Mrs. Henry Smith of Egypt. Mrs. Nan Jones was called lo Ker-b- y Next Saturday and Sunday are reg- day. Joel Brandenburg has been on days the past week with Mr. Rus- - D. G. Wood was tho guest of Mr. Anderson left last week lo look for Kindt to "see her daughter, Mrs. ular church days at Scaffold Cane, the sick list recently. Arch Hrand-enbu- rg ell's daughter, Mrs. J. II. Hays. and Mrs. H. H. Holcomb Tuesday employment. Mr. John Anderson Williams. Hev. A. J. Pike will preach. J. J, Mr. and Mrs. J no. Guess of Louismade a business trip to Heidelberg relumed from Quicksand. Martin bought II. E. Hullen's farm at Ho reports that tho new bridge was last week. Eva Peters visile! at her ville are with Iho Inlter's parents, Scaffold Cane for 82,250 where bo greatly damaged. Willie Mooro left uncle Silas Flanery's last Friday F. M. Ashcrnft for a visit. will go into the mercantile business. Monday to attend tho K. K. N. S. at night. Mr. James Brumback bought TRUE GREATNESS II. E. Hullen has moved into what Richmond. Several aro attending 20 acres of cleared land from L. J. is known as the Callahan house on court at Beattyvillo this week. Ilnlierlsmi 'nr:i WVUli vUlliwl Imp CINCINNATI MARKETS TIs not the place we occupy J. W. Todd's farm. Guess the boys Richard Mays is in the fur business sister, Mrs. J. D. SpurlocK, last week, That makes us great or small, Corn New corn Is quoted foBut how we till the placo we're in arc all doing well selling and buy and advises all (he boys to come and The Misses Mao and Sophia Mad llow: No. 2 white 7071c, No. 3whlt That counts for all in all. ing. They all seem well satisfied. sec him. "Cy Whittaker's Placo" is den spent lasl Sunday nt-L. J. 680 C9o. No. K white 65C7c, No. 2 yelWo are having some muddy roads at certainly fine. Peters'. Mr. James Huff's cow got low 6GU6SC, No. 3 yellow 6 (j 65 He, And often men of least renown No. 4 yellow C0CC2C, .No. 2 mixed present after such dry weather for Aro men of greatest worth; her leg broke lasl week. 65'4(GTr, No. 3 mixed 63J4C C5c, mix"The world knows not its greatest men" so long. Joe Bullen of near Wildie CLAY COUNTY. ed ear 64fCtc, white ear GltfGCc, yelThey are not great by birth; MADISON COUNTY. was in Hockford Sunday on busilow ear CHffiCc. Burning Springs. Slate Lick. ness. Quite a crowd was at J. W. But through the simple ways of life, Hay-- No. 1 timothy $17.751. Hurning Springs, Jan. 30. Mrs. They rise from what they were. Slate Lick, Feb.l. Mr. Chas. Ed standard timothy $16.756 17, No. 2 timTodd's Sunday and all enjoyed a Lucy Isom nee Lucy Rawlings an"Make stepping stones of their dead selves" othy 15.75tfl6, No. 3 timothy $H6 ster is on the sick list at this writ good lime. We bad quite a snow And gain a vision clear. nounces the birth of a daughter U.OO, No. I clover mixed $15, No, 2 ing. storm here Saturday but things look n.;'iitd clover $12 12.50. Irene Rawlings Isom. Dr. Tis faithfulness in little things Mr. June Fowler is Improving. belter now Sunday. Oati No. 2 white 42Vttl3c, aLitiiil-ar- d Webb announces new cases of smalt- That makes the faithful great. Quito a number of Slate Lick white 42&42HC, No. 3 whlto 41Vi pox in the homes of Messrs. David 'Tis this which builds their character, folks attended the funeral of Uncle (f42c. No. 4 white 3!H.4041c. No. 2 Gauley. Tis this which gives them weight. Morgan and Washington Craft, be Duff Clark Wednesday of lasl week mixed 41ft 41Hc. No. 3 mixed 40HO Gauley, Jan. 21. It is reported sides others in the already infected 41c, No. 4 mixed 3SH(f39 He And lillle deeds aro just as great, at the Mitchell burying ground. Wheat No. 2 red 94tf99Uc. No. that there is more smallpox in this families. He also reports that sev If faithfully performed. Mrs. Tom Cruncher is very low nl 3 red SCjSSc, No. 4 red S5(i94c. neighborhood. Three men were eral persons under quarantine have storming castles, taking towns, As Poultry Hem, 5 lb and over, 14c; (his writing. Or charming senates thronged. hurt in J. W. Spark's granary last violated the law by visiting their 3Vi lb and over, 14c; young stuKicy Mr. nnd Mrs. Sawnders nnd chll week. Mr. O. W. Ponder is getting rootcr, 12c; rooitem, 104c; apring-er- , neighbors. A number makes the worker,' For the heart-thro- b dren nro visiting their parents Mr. over 2i lb, 16Vc; inrlnKcr. 2Vj along nicely. Mr. Andy Bullock is of Mr. Elisha McDaniels' friends Tho life blood makes the deed. and Mrs. M. II. Snyder,- - his week. Ibi and over, 18c; younic ducki, white. working for Dr. H. G. Webb this gathered at his homo yesterday and We put ourselves in what we do; Mrs. E. N. McCormick is visiting 4 lbi and over, 15c; turkeyi, under 4 And Ibis should be our creed. winter. Ml. Pris Tincber, who has assisted him in getting his new lba, 14c; turkeyi, totna, old, 19c; her children of Paris tills week. Selected. been conilned in the London jail, is gr0und ready for a crop of corn young turkeyi, 9 lbs and oier, 19c; Tom Eden moved to Wallacclon Krk Prime flrsta 29Hc, first home again. Mr and Mrs. Minitrce Mrs. Joseph Smith is visiting her 20 Vic ordinary tints 27Uc, lecondi Inst week. Drummed of Corbin are visiting parents, .Mr. and Mrs. S. P Hacker, 25c. Mr. W. M. Williams and Rev. their brother, G. W. Ponder. Mr. while her husband is at Hyden hav $6.75(78.25; butchLaiubart made a business trip to er Cattle Shipper $7.8.' (f 8, rood to George Robertson is still very poor- ing his eyes treated. Mr. and Mrs iteeri, extra Doublelick. night. Sarah Peters of Island City Climax one day lasl week. choice $6.8567.75, common ly. Mr. W. R. Mobley is able to bo Stephen Clarkston entertained Miss to fair visited at Mr. Abijah Smith's one Little Thomas Parks is recover- $5.75tf 6.75; heifers, extra $7.3507.50, out again. Mr. G. C. Dullock is on Mary Clarkston and her friend, Mr. Doublelick, Jan. 30. We aro hav- day Rood to choice $6.75ff7.2G, common to this week. J. A. Hunter of Sex- ing from a spell of phthisic. the sick list this week. Mr. Spen- Geo. McDaniel last night. Mrs. Ma- - ing some pleasant weather for tho tons Creek has bought some timber ir the 2ml of February is like the fair $4.75(?6.65: cowr, extra $6,250 ser Mullins' little son is getting bet6.50, Kood choice $.V50ft6.15, comMr. McWhorter ii Standafer lias returned from Be-r- ea time of the year. He 1st, the groundhog can surely see mon to fairto $3.75 Jj 5.25; of Abijah Smith of this place. cannon $3p ter at this writing. Mr. G. S. whero she was attending her of Madison county was in our com- together with Mr. Smith, is selling his shadow. 4.50. Drawnin is building a new house. daughter, Mrs. Hiram McCreary, munity Tuesday buying bogs: Miss some for ties and lumber. Mr. and Ilulln Jiologna $6fl6.7B. extra $7. Mr. II. J. Parks and family returnMr. W. E. Hullock went to London during her recent illness. Mr. Jobe Mniniin Mc.l'olliirii Mipnt Riinil.iv eve '.. -fat bulla $6.5007. oo- B. H. Holcomb spent Wedncs- - ed to their home in Richmond Frithis week. Mrs. Susan Rice is on Hornsby of Samuel Creek died Mon Willi .UIS3 CICIIU .JUI1C3 Ul UUUCIIIilllU. falvei Extra $11011.23. fair to of Robert day. al the home good $9011, common and largo $5.50 tho sick list this week. Mrs. Lida day of Dright's disease. It has been Mr. Wiley Malieoat spent from )Mh) ft 10.75. Howard is on the sick list this week only a month since his wife died. Friday till Sunday with his brother Dreyfus. I logs heavy $8.7508.80. Selected with lagrippe. Prof. Dickson is Mr. J. L. Rawlings made a business John Malieoat of Rockcastle county. Dreyfus, Feb. Maud Coylo good to choice packers nnd butchers Annville. teaching a subscription school at trip to Annvillo yesterday. Many $S.75O8.80, mixed pnekera $8,750 Miss Mamie Cales spent Saturday Annville, Feb. 2. Levi, tho littlo has returned (o Cincinnati where 8.75, stuns $1.7507.35, extra $7.50. Fairview this winter. of the fanners are plowing during night with Miss Martha Ilillar.l, she will spend the summer. common to choice heavy fat sows $60 days, and wo aro Mr. Frank Dees of Livingston spent miii of Mrs. Cinda Pennington, is fast these spring-lik- e Mrs. Addie Coylo is able to be out 8.23, extra $S.35, light shippers $7.85 OWSLEY COUNTY glad to see that the work is being Sunday and Sunday night at Perry recovering from a serious illness. OS.65; plgn (110 His and loss) $60 again. Earncstville. well done. MeColIuin's. Mr Joseph Callihau We are glad lo report that Mrs. Rev. Jas. Luusford is in Sand Gap 7.65, Kxtra Shee $4.9005. Eood to hail a barn raising Tuesday and got Worth ingtoii is well and will take for a few days. harnestville, Feb. 2. Januar choice $4,350 4.8., common morning. to A ESTILL COUNTY a line days' work done. Messrs. her place at school this rntlfd with heavy rains and with Mr. Charles Hurley and Miss Net-l- ie $2,750 4.25. W,' Leonard and Hill Dorty of Dryfork Mrs. Angelino Truett, who has been I.amhH Kxtra $8.25. good Mo choli some snow. There was a good hog Locust Branch. Durham of Berea wero married very sick, is improving slowly. $7.500 8.15, common to fair $5,750 tide in Sturgeon Friday and Satur Locust Branch, Feb. 2. Wo have were visiting at Georgo Hillard's Mrs. Martha Hacker is sick with Thursday of last week at tho home 7.25. Miss Pollio McColluin day. Mr. Joseph Creech of this been having somo very bad weathor Tuesday. of (he bride and have como lo Dreyneuralgia. Mrs. Lydia Truett visplace was married to Miss Nan- for tho last few days with rain and spent Wednesday with her sister, fus (o mnko their home. BEFS USED AS CARRIERS. cy Caudill of Stanton, Ky., a snow. Mr. Elihu Murphy of Drip Mrs. Ollio Callihau. The Misses ited her sister, Mrs. Sallie York, Mrs. Nan Luusford of Berea is Sunday. Mrs. Jano York and Miss week ago last Thursday. We wish Rock moved on II. G. Bickncll's placo Stella Jones and Naoma Martin spoilt A secret, Ingram wero tho guests of with her brother at this placo for a ed New York. departmentlong cherish In tho war lliein the best of success. The two weeks ngo. His wife Is getting Thursday with the Misses Pollio Nora of Sunday. Mr. Raw- few months, her health being very bees as messengers has tho usedis been works on the new railroad near this old and feeble. She has been siek and Maggie McCollum. Drummer Mrs. Jerry York poor. We sincerely hopo she will Burning Springs bought a covered In Holland, it was announced , placo which havo been shut down ever sinco they moved, nnd is not Mullins was calling on our mer- lings of bo belter soon. lot of Mr. John Medlock for No longer will the for a few days havo opened up able to tlo her work. Miss Hazel chants Thursday. Mr. John Martin ifKOO. Jetl Ashcrnft and family have here. his staggering horse through shot spur Geo. Roach of Green Hall has again. Four men passed up Littlo Ann Bicknell who is attending inado a business trip to Wildlo Fri moved from Irvine. They will bo and shell to carry tho message to and moved to a the Sturgeon last week, stopping over school at Berea, spent last Saturday day. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Martin sold his placo there hem for the rest of tho winter. front. Instead ho will don his glove spent 'Sunday with Joe Martin or Pleo Just above Annvillo that ho night at Travelers' Rest. They were nnd Sunday with home folks nl this Mrs. F. M. Jones and sister wero and mask, and going to tho portable Jo, Maggie McCollum "' wl '"'Jl' !p- - Icrs-- Mr. looking out different routes for a place. Roy Bicknell, who has been fioochland.-M- iss in Berea Thursday to attend tho beehive back of the headquarters, Sexton Is adding another room lo funeral new railroad. They said they would visiting friends nnd relatives at this was shopping in Goochland Tuesof their cousin, Viola Bak- seize one of the faithful little Insects (ho dwelling of Mr. Wilson Lewis, and send tho messenger havo tho routes surveyed in a few place, started for bis homo in Illi- day. Mr. Yester Azbill was In our er. community doing denial work last Mr. David York is creeling a now days. Travelers Rest has almost nois Monday morning. Prof. P. H. Piltuian, teacher of a through the air. dwelling house which ho expects week. Best, wishes to The Citizen been reclaimed since tho grand re will bo ready to move into by tho nnd its many renders. JACKSON COUNTY vival held by Revs. Brown nnd Wat last of this month. Mr. Robert It has been in the past that son.. Clover Bottom. Hacker of Oneida has rented a houso there would not bo over a dozen Clover Bottom, Jan. 29. Judge T. Hurley. , of Miss Suslo Watson for a month peoplo at a service and now they J. Coylo is planning to have Hurley, Feb. I. There was qulto nnd will movo in by Iho tilh of tho Dig havo regular meeting and a house Hill and Mc'Keo telephone lino rea small tido in Indian Creek Sat- February. Miss Hodgers of Lonfull of peoplo. They also have a paired in tho near future. Lillian urday. Charlie Oabbard has a very don is tho new teacher of the Uh lino Sabbath school. I am truly Abney is visiting Get our price before you buy. Now is the time friends and rela- sick child at this writing. Mrs. and Cth grades at tho Annvillo In proud lo see this spiritual move tives in Richmond for a fow days. Louisa Gabbard is in very poor stitute. The Sunday schools of this to make your Roofing Contracts foe the year. and the forty new conversions. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jackson are all health this winter. Joe Williams place aro progressing nicely. Mr. smiles over the arrival of a now girl has two sick children with pneu and Mrs. Monroo Reynolds of Berea Come and see us. Booneville. a few days past. They christened monia. Messrs. Pal Gabbard, W. M. aro visiting relatives and friends Doonovillo, Jan. 31. Wo havo it Elnora Oaple. I. F. Dean has Bailey and Chris nnd John Huberts here. been having nlco weather for tho moved from his placo on Long ite a picnic dinner in the woods on time of tho year. Cbarlio Seals is Hrancli to a farm ho has bought Tomes Branch Inst Sunday. All re Prlvett. leaching a tine school at Fish Creek. near Kingston, Ky. Ben Gay has port u jolly time. Mr. Jako GabPrlvelt, Jan. 31. Wo aro having Chas. IHcknell has moved from moved lo tho A. J. Cruso place. Jas. bard, Jr., has been out selling fruit some nlco weather nt present and town down on tho farm. Tho small Cruse has moved to Walter Abrams trees the past week for tho Slark HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager the farmers nro making good uso of pox is thought to bo worse in this placo near the top or tho BlgMllll. Bros. Nursery, of Missouri and says, it. Mrs. Martin, tho cook-a- t Iho 7 or 187 Phone Tinshop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. vicinity. Mr. Henry Seals pur- Charley Roso lias brought suit In M. lie illil good lousiness. Tho Misses hospital, is in poor health and will chased a nice cowboy saddle, price H. Smith's Justice Court ngain&t L. Pallie and Maggio McCollum of Dou-lleaA. J. Hamilton for her home. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else v-- ymnrnr?,,T Sat-nnla- ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health I 'i and '''' Saves Money com-i;,r-.- and Makes Better Food has-bee- waiu-ainerouvi- Mr. non-infect- ed 1 j (., jjm 2.-.- M(ss p well-traine- All Prices on Metal Roofing are Off Berea School of Roofing vo