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XDvot-eFlvo CcnU The Citizen d to tlie Interest of tlie MoTanteLin Feoiole BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FEimUAnY 20, 1011. Ono Dollar a Year. No. 35 Letter From President Dear Clll.en Readers. Now York is a busy place. And a placo of brightness, elcclricity at night, and a good degree of sunshino by day. And it Is always in troublo because of Improvements! And this week wo havu had llio streets blocked by snow. It in mora than twenty years slnco 1 Ural camo to New York to find help for Berca. A largo number of those who were- my flrat friends here have already finished their earthly eonrso. Dr. Attcrbury, Mr. Kennedy, D. Willis James, Wm. E. Dodge, Anthony Dcy, and n host of others aro passed to tholr roward. And this week two moro of our strongest supporters have gono. And others of our friends are from tho new Tariff. Ono man showed mo how his company had lost $78,000 this year, in placo or making ? 00,000 last year. Still tho business men aro keeping tip their courage remarkably well. suf-feri1 Frot Can You Read? Do You? UNITED STATES NEWS IN Treaties with World Powers Ratified Tim general arbitration treaties with Great Hritnln, Japan, Italy, Spain, .Norway, Sweden, and Portu gal worn ratified by tho Sen ate, renewing for llvo years tho agreements which provldo for rcf- ferenco lo the Ilagno Tribunal all legal differences and questions relating to the Interpretation of othor existing treaties which can not bo settled by diplomacy. The action places tho United Slates on a llnner conlldcntlal basis with oilier nations. Average Income on U. S. Farm According lo Secretary Houston's latest report, tho average annual in conio per farm in the United Stales is $000 per year. Out of this must corno the cost of hired help, ma clilncry, tho upkeep of buildings and oilier expenses. Thcro aro 0, 000,0(10 farms in tho United States, 0. whose annual crop valuo is Of these crops, fifty-tw- o per cent remain on tho farm to be consumed; twenty per cent of the animal products also remain on tho farm; tho rest Is marketed with tho above result as lo income. Scvcn-ty-thrper cent of tho farming land in tho United Slates is uncultivated and privately owned. Senator Core Acquitted United Slates Senator Thomas P. Gore, tho blind Senator from Oklahoma, was exonerated of the charges brought against him in a suit for $50,000 by Mrs. Minnlo F. Bond of Oklahoma City. Mrs. Bond alleged that tho Senator attacked her while who was In conference with him at a hotel in Washington in connection with a possible appointment of her husband as Internal Ilevcnuc Collector at Oklahoma City. Tho Senator made a general denial of the charges and declared that tho suit was instigated by his political enemies for tho purpose of ruining him politically because thoy- - failed in thoir efforts lo secure . Federal patronage National Banks Warned. Pinal warnings wpre sent Aho 170 o lirtllOnal.TiStikB UiiHeeVStales which have failed to signify their intention to enter llio new Foderal banking system, that application for membership must bo made by Feb. 23rd or banks must preparo to go into liquidation within ten months. National Academy ot Jurisprudence More than fifty recognized leaders of I ho American Bar met in Now York to organize an American Academy of Jurisprudence. Among its organizers aro Taft, United Slates Senator Root; Attorney Gen. Mcllcynolds; Alton B. Parker; Joseph H. Choate; former Attorney Gen. Wickersham and Gov. Baldwin of Connecticut. Its purpose is the production of a complete and comprehensive statement in systematio form of tho en-li- re body cf American law. Scorns "Watchful Waiting" Policy The recent brulal murder of an English subject in Mexico by the rebel leader, Villa, has aroused tho indignation of tho British officials and the people on tho Texas border aro uneasy and dissatisllcd over tho "Watchful Waiting" policy of our government. Tho Senato went into executive session last Saturday In discuss the Mexican situation. Senator Fall, who is thoroughly fotnilliar with conditions in Mexico from personal investigations, and knows tho rebel leaders personally, gavo tho Senato much information concerning their character and tho existing conditions. Ho scores our policy and brands it as a "delusion and a snaro" predicting intervention as a consequence. Lexington to Observe Sabbath Tho Ben-A- li Theatre has unconsciously dono a great service, for its announcement to givo Sunday performances aroused such a storm of opposition that not only docs tho theatre close on Sunday but even the moving picture shows aro to bo closed. At a largo mass meeting Sunday night in tho Opera House tho violation of tho Sabbath was denounced in no uncertain terms by laymen and ministers alike. Many prominent business men spoko and such public sentiment was aroused that a committee was appointed to bring about a proper observance of tho Sabbath in Lexington. Tho barber shops aro also to bo closed on Sunday. 10,000,000 rish for Kentucky At Senator James request ten million game llsh aro lo bo sent to $6,100,-000,00eo of-th- OURJWN STATE Matters and Things in New York Not n few Derca pcoplo aro now dwellers in Now York and Brooklyn. . Wo have called upon Bruco Barton in his new home, 31 West 11th street, and had telephone conversation with John It. Rogers, and Rev. C. Rexford Raymond. There is no reduction in the cost of living In Now York as ycl. Nearly everything Is higher in price than live years ago. Our son, Norman. Is here or a few days attending llio twenty-fift- h anniversary of tho founding of tho Teachers Collcgo of Columbia University. Ills work Is that of Supervisor of rural schools In Vermont. Washington's birthday, coming on Sunday, has had nltonllon from all tho preachers, and Monday will bo tho ofllolal holiday. All things considered, I had rather bo In Bcrca than In Now York. Mrs. Frost and I aro both somewhat under tho weather and find that a hotel Is not tho best place for pooplo who aro not perfectly well. We measure tlie civilization of a nation by the proportion of its people who can read or write. It is not a perfect test, for some people who cannot read think more than those wild can ; but as a rule reading means thinking; and thinking is the great thing for a human! Now the people who take 'Flic Citizen can read the (jucstion is, do they? The Citizen cannot do you good if you j'ust use it to kindle the fire Are you reading, the Sunday School lesson each 1 week ? Are Arc Are Are you you you you ture? reading the Mountain Farming? reading the Children's Column ? reading the Continued Stories ? keeping up with the doings of the Legisla? Are you using one of our fifes to keep your clippings from The Citizen Do you have the children read aloud ? EXPERT TO FIX R. R. VALUATION "ABE MARTIN" ON ADVERTISING increased, because the short-terprisoners formerly got out by commutation sooner than they do now, having to serve the full minimum. At a result It has been necessary to put twohnen In some of the cells. Change In Primary Law. The bill ot Representative Cary, ol McLean county, amending tho present primary election law, passed the house by the vote of 68 to 6. The a soeasure eliminates the necessity-o- t person securing a certain number ol aignatures to a petition before hit same can go on a party ballot for nomination to office, merely requiring him to file a declaration, vouched for bj In Tho American Magazine, "Abo Martin," thu Indiana philosopher, makes tho following remarks on adolo-tim- WORLD NEWS CREATION OF POST ADVOCATED BY CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMISSION. Mexican Affairs vertising: u It is stated that measures nation"What's become o' th' merchant that lined I' set a lubtul alizing the oil lands of Mexico will of dried apples an a keg o' mack- be forced through Uio Mexican Conerel In front o his store an' then go f sleep? "Ever feller that don't advertise hain't a fool, but very few fools advertise. "Th' feller that dou't know how V advcrliso is about as bad as th' feller that don't belle vo In it. "Folks aro alius anxious t' sco sotnebuddy they've read so much about, an' they'd bo jist as craxy cr anything t' see u clollies-wrlngelse under tho same circumstances." er BRIEFLY SPEAKING There aro a number of interesting things in Thp Citiien this week as usual. Soma people don't need to bo tol( .that hocauso they read it "from klver to Liver;" others" mcro-l- y "glance" ut tho news. Get your money's worth I Watch for the announcement of our new serial story, next week. A Very Old Criticism. Ihvii allct'ol Unit the tollrgo docw not adequately (It tlie young nmn for timliiox lift1. It U mi Hac k In t do middle of old complaint. Sniiiucl IVl'.v. the wventevntli wboft Immortnl diary W uilulity good rending. wn iiliitod ewivtiiry of Umnl. wlilili riiH rvully ectvtury of tlit niivv, IVij wan u Camlirlilgt' tnnii. Imt lie hud to Iciirn the tnilltliillrntliiii liilili nftcr ho I lit pulilli wnlrc. And hi proved n rlclit riiiiiiH-lcii- t unvnl ii'liiilnl-trator- . lifter nil. Kiiii-u- k City Sliir. Uie tin vii I It has rwently d CONTENTS THIS WEEK You Head? PAOE i. Editorial-C- an Do You? ExNews from the Legislature pert to Fix It. It. Valuation. World C?Xy. News-Mexi- can Affairs. U. S. News Treaties with World Powers Ratified. News Lexington to Obscrvo Sabbath. Letter from President Frosl. PAGE 3. Tho Dictionary Habit. Tako Timo to Smile. World Wonders. Too Much Darkness. PAGE Practioal Farm Talks Advlso to Millers; llumauo Slaughtering; Poultry Accounting. Bear Hunting. Sunday School Lesson Trusting in Riches and Trusting in Hod. PAGE 4. Berea News. College Items. PAGE 5. A Blight on tho Bloom or Agriculture 3. Mountain Pruning Fruit Trees; Drain Fields Without Money; Farmers' Institute. Our Nation, by Hurston Morris. . Cy Wliiltakcr's Place, (continued) Short Story Thirteen at Tablo. PAGE PAOE 7. A Corner for Wome- nLet Us All Be up and Doing, hy Mrs. Jas. Fowler. Daddy's Bedtime Stories. Make-u- p of Monorail Sled. Construction of Iceboat. Nows from our Neighbors. Poem Never loo Late. Cincinnati Markets. PAGE 8. A gress assembling April 1st. Tho mat- GOVERNOR GIVES ATTENTION ter is In tho hands of Mohono, who Is at the head of tho department of It is recommerce- and industry. III Authorlxlng Appointment Had ported tlmt the lands will bo transBeen Refuted a Place on the Caleto Lord Cowdray for $50,000,-ferred ndarIn Argument for Legislation, k) in gold subsequent to the act. Laurence Finn Look Ahead To Purchaee of Railways by GovBenton Britains and ernment. The British government has asked that the United Stntcs shall sec to it (l)y Krnt W. Helm.) that there is no interference with Frankfort House BUI No. 317, rethe inquiries instituted by tho Bril-- fused flrtt reading; and a place In the Consul into tho dcalH of. William calendar, proves to contain more merit S. Benton, a pnssiblo British subject than at first understood, and It la likewho was shot by Villa, in accordance ly to be made a vital Issue In the neat with the latest rumors. Vi,lla claims future. The bill authorizes the govand chairman that he had become a Mexican citi- ernor, attorney general commission to zen and bad committed.ccrtain acts of the state railroad and- - .expert acappoint an engineer, of nullawrjv M If staled that Ben- countant to aasthWin tak4ag the phyRelaton held olllces under Pin. sical valuation xt railroads In Kentives of Benton asmrt that he was a tucky In conjunction with the Inter British subject. The United Stales state commerce commission. and England are working in harmoChairman Laurence Finn haa just ny in the matter. Villa has prom- brought the bill to the attention ol ised In have the body of Benton ex- Gov. McCreary. "There Is no one conhumed and turned over to the Amer- nected with the railroad commission who has either the time or thu knowlican olllcinls for examination. edge to do this work," said Chairman Violent Gale in France Finn. "The physical valuation of railA soulhwe-- l gale swept the French roads made by the interstate comI'Oitst from the English Channel to merce commission will be the future taxation, making for the Mi'diterrajiean. doing great dam- basispossibly rate basis forand purchaac the and the age. The destruction of exposition of the companies' property by the govImildint-'- s at Lyons Involved a loss of ernment. It such a purchase Is under !?200,ooo. At Dijon tho bell was blown taken by tho national government. out of Hie lower of the church. It The valuation placed on railroad propfell through the chancel and threat- erty In Kentucky In the matter ol ened (ln detraction of tlie building. freight rates and taxation means millions of dollars to the commonwealth Trench Miners Strike and to the people for all time to come and of I can think of nothing of more mateThe miners of St. Etii-nnsome of Urn southern mines havo rial Importance than that the valuastruck as a result of changes in tho tion Is rightly made." Mr. Finn to Gov. McCreary workers pension bill. Bodies of put his argument asked In writing, and he I roups sent to preserve may become sponsor for tho bill. have been order among the strikers. Did Villa Serve in U. S. Cavalry! Stubborn Fight on Glenn Bill. Two men of veracity, W. A. Haines Because of the desire of thos and Frederick Scott, assert positiveback of the movement to enly that Villa of tho Constitutional- large the powers of the state ratists' nnny in Mexico is a native of ing board whereby It may fix fire InMaryland and that lie. was enlisted surance rates In Kentucky to substiin the 10th U. S. Cavalry under tho tute for the Olenn Bill In the senate name of Goldsby; and was top ser- the bill of Representative Greene, ot geant in the troop in which they Carroll, that passed the bouse, action postponed served in IW2 when engaged in In- on the Glenn measure was general asin the lighting in tho southwest. sembly. upper branch of the Insurance dian Eighty-fou- r fire Haloes asserts that ho went to seo companies doing business in Kentucky Villa some weeks ago and not only have notified their special agents tc did lie mnko no denial lhat ho was stop cancellation ot policies for reGoldsby, but seemed to enjoy talk- newal pur oses, on the ground that ing over old limes. Tho 10th Cavalry the practice would Impede the fight is a negro regimont, but Villa could on the per ding rating bill. Withdraw, er.sily pass for a Mexican. After al ot the companies from the state In leaving tho U. S. army In Texas ho the event ot tho passage of the rating bill, It Is pointed out, would be In joined the Mexican army, whero ho effective should the practice be conbecame major in a short timo. tinued. It Is said that concert ot action was decided upon at a conference No Exposition for England Efforts to induce tho British gov- of managers held In Chicago. ernment to participate oflleially in Exposition prov- Convicts Leaving On Parole. tho Pnnama-Pacill- o ed to bo of no avail. Sir Edward State Parole Agent Henry Cox met Gray, Foreign Secretary, stutes pos- with 257 convicts In the chapel ot the itively that tho government could reformatory to discuss their parole. not reconsider the matter nor mod- These are the men who are entitled to go out as soon as they are provided ify its previous decision. A great many ol with employment. France in the Show them will be acattered through differ An appropriation of $100,000 was ent parts ot eastern Kentucky In minvoted by the French Chamber of ing and construction work. A score Deputies to provide for an ollloiul have been released and Chairman O'Sulllvan, of the prison commission, French representation in tho faa-aExposition ut San Fran- aald the men will be paroled aa they can be provided with employ cisco. ment. One benefit from the exodui aa he teea it la doing away with the Philosophy. It It caster to tuku thllnrs nhltnannhl. double cells. Under the Indeterminate cally than It Is to part with tbeui philo- - sentence law the prison population has Oi Poo-elbl- e Mi a two reputable voters under oath, that he haa the necessary qualifications for office, and that be supported the nominees of the party whose nomination . he Is seeking In the last general It also makes unnecessary tht holding of a primary election in a district where the candidate, or candidates, Is without opposition. elec-Uon- Legislators and Passes Tho legislator has no way of compensating the railroad for llio pass It gives him except by favoring legislation In llio interest of tho railroad. By accepting a pass ho does not bind himself by a formal cl lo favor tho roads, but ho places himself under such obligations that ho Is expected to at least bo lenient with tho giant railroad corporations. Winchester Sun. A Mother Risks Life Mrs. J. C. McCIanahan, of Bell Creek, Floyd County, showed what mother-lov- o Is when alio three times entered her burning homo lo rcscuo her children. Sho had left tho houso on an errand and found Hie building enveloped In flames when sho returned. Itcmembcring that sho had.lgft tho baby on tho bed, sho dashed Molno house and rescued II.. Tho lwtj old-er children had sought refuge un" dor tho bed and sho hatttodrag. each of them out by force. All throo of the children were severely burped, as well as the mother, whoso clothing was almost entirely burned from her body. It is feared that neither tho moth er nor children can recover. Dr. Patterson Qoes to Washington The bill for tho establishment of a great national university at Washington comes up in Congress very soon, and Dr. James It. Patterson, of Kenluckv Slnlo University, Is to go to Washington to speaK in ravor or tho bill. Tho Association of Presidents or Stnto Universities is heartily In favor of llio bill and Dr. Patterson goes to speak for that body. It will bo an honor and a nleas- uro for Kentucky to havo a material share In the establisment of this con-Irnr, great university. mittee. The report says: "The committee is of the opinion that ot tht pubttt' institutions investigate!!,- tht Western Kentucky NbVnral school tne aenta the cleanest bill of health. Wt should suggest that all the Institution! of Kentucky receiving state aid should with the same regard for cconomj and efficiency, discharge their re apectlve duties." Plea For Farm Training. A strong argument in tavor of teaching agriculture In tho rural schools and defending the normal schools is advanced by State Hural School Supervisors T. J. Coatcs and F. C Button and State High School Supervisor Khoads, who joined In a statement to tho press. They declare that the "soil ot Kentucky Is being depleted by unwise systems ot cultivation, and the yield of her acres is far below what it should be. It Is an economic necessity that agriculture should be taught In the schools In order to conserve the fertility of the soil and to Increase the yield. Some may say these things will come about without the schools. They will come about much faster it the children are trained y Norma,' School at Bowling Green was given a eean bill by the Senate "Probe" com- State Normal la Praised. ;The Western Kentucky properly. "It Is an economic necessity because the people of the cities are vitally Interested in reducing the high cost of living. To bring this about the farmers must produce more and market better. Knowledge ot better methods will help the farmers. "It is an economic necessity in order to keep more of our bright boys on the farm. This can be done only by the right kind of education. Our schools now are training the children away from the farm." In testing tho now gas lino Into Louisville a largo section of tho pine gavo way and nenrlv 5.000000 cubic feet ot gas escaped beforo tho nearest gato vnlvo could bo closed. The gas was driven at a ureasuro jC 350 '.I'i'-.and iwiiLtiiuuu ii, u5uiiiu lur uver lour hours. Tho pipo lino liad not yet been turned over by the Pittsburgh Con struction Company which had tho work in hand. The explosion shook tho ground and shattered window panes over a wide district. It took placo eight miles east of Louisville. Pulaski to Vote on Good Roads. County Judgo Robert Jasper has called a special election to bo held April 17th Tor tho purpose or voting a bond issue or 9300,000 to build' pikes in Pulaski county, The County Judge and members of the Fiscal Court are said to be in favor of such an issue. Tho commissioners lo handle the money and supervise construction will bo elected at tho same lime. Good roads aro needed in other counties besides Pulaski. Wets Triumph Through a TechniH Gas Line Broken by Explosion cality Circuit Judgo Stout, in tho Scott f'ounty Circuit Court, handed down ii decision which declares the last local option election void and of no rifect. His decision was based upon thu ground that the call for the election was not upon tho petition of twenty-llv- o per cent of the voters in each precinct. Originally tho petition was signed by a suffi cient number but the "wets" used means to persuade a number of tho signers lo withdraw their names. The "drys" aro preparing for another election and aro in hopes of receiving tho will of tho majority in Scotl county despite tho attempts ot (ho liquor men to thwart tho people's desires. Georgetown cannot afford to have saloons. Chler Forrester Henry S. Graves estimates tho timber losses duo to foivst llres to bo nearly 59,000,000 board feel, valued at about $82,000 and the dniuago to young growth and forage at $110,000, making a total or $192,000. Thero wcro 4,520 llres reported for tho year, nearly twico ns many as in 1912. Eggs from China A St. Louis merchant, who haa received 30,000 eggs Iroin China, plans lo sell them at 20 cents a dozen and still make a profit. This is part of a shipment of 300- ,000 dozen consigned to various Eggs are now American dealers. being imported from Russia, Italy, Germany and Franco. (Conttnurd on pate Eight.) Express Regulation Bill. Among various measures causing interest is that of Senator Charles H. Knight, of Louisville, seeking to regulate express companies operating in the state by placing them under the supervision ot the state railroad commission and giving to the commission the right to fix rates. The Knight bill is in the Senate and a similar measure has been Introduced In the house. The two measures were taken up at a joint session of the bouse and aenate committees to which they were referred, respectfully, and reported favorably In both branches ot the legislature. J, E. Vance, ot Louisville, superintendent ot the southern district ot the Adams Express company, and various others, appeared before the Joint committee in opposition to the bills. Bill la Patted. With but two dissenting votes, the Houtchcraft uniform accounting bill was passed. It provides for the installation of a uniform, modern system of .bookkeeping in all atate offices. The budget system for state offices, departments and Initiations is provided Accounting .Continued opuicany,-4'UC- K. on Page rive.) on pare rive) I'ago Two. THE CITIZEN. THEIR WOODEN WEDDINflU February 90, 1014. The citizen A (mllf ntwspaper for til that It right, tntf tnttrt sting. U rry Tintfxlnylot llerei. Ky riiUMrd BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (IiKMirporntnlj WM. C FROST, Editot.vCHIW DEAN SLAGLE, Clrt.Uttm. TAKE TIME TO i I He was Idealistic and poetical. She was practical a good matrimonial combination. He came hone evening after a hard day at the office TOO MUCH DARKNESS Faith, Hope and Love Should Fill the Christian's Heart With the True Light. oh and said: "Maria, my dear, do you realise that tomorrow will be our wooden weeding? We ought to celebrate the occasion somehbw, don't you think!" And she said: "Hank, ray darling, I know It. Keen thinking) about It all day and hare It all arranged. I hare ordered a big wagon load ot kindling wood to bo delivered tomorrow afternoon, and you will come home early from the office and carry It Into the Mnir TT Subscription Rates I'AVAHI.K IN One Veer . . Si i Month Thtte Month iIVNtl' The Christ of the Andes Motiry cir I'iIMcm IAil mnll.t li l(it-nfllc- e Older. Ilrnft. RrglMertil Letlrr oronmml cent lUrop. The dte after jour mine on Ult hnwi to wht dute your ulxrlptlon l twiil If It l not chanted within three week titer renewal H'Xlly ut. Mllnjt niiinlier will l cliutly nllfet If we re notified. Liberal term len to my who obtain new ULct1ptln fw n. Any one wrulltiir in tour yerl . iMtucrlptlonn oin recele The L'itiren free forhiiriMlf for one jear Advertising rale on application. tn cellar." la There Any Difference? "I hare read this book," aald the Into patron, "and it la the worst ever. It has the average penny dreadful looking like a Sunday school tract, and yet you gave It to me when 1 asked you tor a historical romance.1 Tht Ruling Ptttton. "Oh," gurgled the fair librarian, "I "Great Scot, but this It a noisy town I Does the racket keep up thlt thought you asked me for a hysterical romance!" Judge. war all the timet" "I should say not Today is an exSERIOUS. tra occasion." "Whafs all the hurrah aboutT" "The Antlnolse society haa Just put orer another one of Its pet ordinances and the special committees are celebrating the victory." -- .j). .SBSSagSgSfcSlllW. J 9ML We have been living too much In Wasn't a Ghost KU.VTIa.KV PKKSJt ASSOCIATION the darkness of fear. Take a man The Irishman was relating to some IBLfttfBCaB? who Is full of fear, bring him before friends In Glasgow how one night on aHHaafflSltaflbr i' No Whiskey Advertisements! your mental gate; see bow lin Is grnp retiring to bed he fancied be saw a Ing and trembling In that tlarkneaa; No Immodest News Items! ghost, and having a revolver handy he hands outstretched, knees shaking, fired at It. Next morning he examheart beating wildly, nerves In a rackined the object he had shot and dising tension. No man can be himself GET IT THE DICTIONARY HABIT! covered It to be hit shirt. In such a state. "What did you do then?" exclaimed Your i'it iM'sititle.s over siege. one of the ocmpany. Afraid of God. KsUsslllllllllllllHslllllBa'sil You llnally write "Oedad, I just thanked heaven I Is it ie or We have been afraid of God. afraid wasn't Inside av it," replied Pat. lioth, one over (lie other. of man, afraid of ourselves. We have been afraid of life, afraid of death You wmit lo write thai a certain laiiHPVEaBlsaiiiiiiiii What He Said. We have been afraid of things we see word in a enleiice duplicates an"I don't see why you object to womand of things we do not sea; afraid other, and you arc in douht wheth- an suffrage. Before we were married of things that are and of things that er !o call it pleonastic, or tautologi- you said you'd go to the ends ot the sre not. In that darkneas we are cal. Not hfing aide to decide, you earth tor me." joatltng our dearett frleuds and mis She And Is there no danger? tamely srny thai thu word is a dupli"No, I didn't Tou misunderstood taking them for enemies. He One takes Just about the tttse me." cation. There Is the darkness of anger See chances one would getting married. "I did not" "Jo, how tlo you spell .rheumathe angry man. Heason Is btlnded, "Tou certainly did." ludgment Is hooded, thought Is disDeceptive. tism?" "Mother, what is n rhomb?" "What did you tay. thenr tracted, language Is disjointed, right Mary It to tylph like a compound "Elleii, is battle-shi- p Is choked to blackness of vision and In ktmona or bright bib, 1 aald I'd go to ihe polls for you." or one word " "Father, how do Methlnkt as the floats by mt truth Itself It bludgeoned Into Insenou divide accomplish? After the She baa a floating1 rib. NOW, THENI sibility i in or after the p?" Such queries There Is the darkness of doubt. Ah, Trying to 8ave Father. fly briskly around the as these This famous status of Cnrlst, which stands In the very Mart the Andta, loo often wo have been wandering In "The songs you and your daughter sing and the daring costumes you at Putntt dtl Inca, tht dividing line bttwttn Agtntlna and Chile, owes Its that darkness which, llko Kgyptlan The 'dictionary habit is a rare wear!" exclaimed the serious woman. Inception to the lata King Edward of England, tome year age he htlped darkness, could be felt; God cannot be habiult is always belter to go to "Yes," replied Mrs. McQudley, "we adjutt tht boundary dltputt bttwttn thott countrlta, and tht ttatut was een; goodness Is bidden from view; stars have ceated to shine; the the dictionary than to ask any don't l'.ko 'em much ourselves, but we ertcttd In mtmory of this victory for pttct. It btara thlt Inscription: "Soontr the Is In an eclipse; there Is no honor hall thttt mountains crumble to dutt than Argtntlnts and Chilians brtak tht inn It i always best to pause feel It's our duty to make home atone. keep father away from ptact which at tht fttt of Chrltt tht Rtdttmtr thty have sworn to mslntaln." In man; there la no virtue In woman; tractive and in what one is writing and by the there It nothing but hypocrlty In the those extravaganza shows." aid of the dictionary resolve on the church, nothing but rottenness In soquestion that lias IN HORACE'S WINE CELLAR spot any doubt or ENORMOUS ENGLISH PIES ciety, Blarnty. arisen. There Is the darkness ot norry Carping Passenger Why didn't you A meat pie weighing 300 pounds was The man perturbed cannot find the The. dictionary habit costs a little 'tSESSStSSBttSkBBjS SmBLMfwdMBd let me out at Thirteenth street, as I He the thing desired. , recently baked for a banquet given at way to gain time and trouble. Dictionaries are aVsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBP'MgSBlSBBBBBHE asked you to? higi'and heavy. They are not (lorioiton, Kngland. That the Kngllsh aya: "I can't do It, can't teethe way." Ol'm sorry th' Happy Conductor Ha wants to accomplish a purpote, but sit hand. It is inuoli easier to trouble Ol gey ye, ma'am, but , 01 arr.fond ot pie Is, plainly thown by the Is llko the blind man groptng.'U-causthought It a shame t' lave slch a purty famous plea for which Ooby Dais, In that statn of worry the takevjli'e Iniy w"ay and shout'on infaculties leddy near slch an unlucky number. near Halifax, haa long been noted. are all out of Joint. quiry at whoever is near by. It reOl'm sbpakln' truth! Puck. vigvery i pequires some determination and Tbeao are baked only upon Sttt Mtn at Trttt. dal occasions, the very blggeal of or to consult the dictionary whenHe sees men as trees walking; his Checkmated. them all being prepared In 1887, In vision Is opaque. ever it should be consulted. If any ot us havo "I thought t would be clever last honor of Queen Victoria's Jubilee. It been In Bui the gains are instant and cudarkness, let u rejolca In the Christmas, so I gave my wife some weighed, when cooked, no lest than light which TBsKtB 1,500 poundt, and the Ingredlenta comstreams today from the g mulative. In the courso of a year "I suppose your sitter has forgotten good cigars for a present" faro of Jesus Christ, who ramo to disthey become noticeable and exceed- me, hasn't she?" "Then, of courso, she gave them to ' tWlsnr ff Sgvgagr , prised 8f0 poundt of beef, ICO pounds pel all our darkness regarding the naJi K5' you to smoke." ingly valuable. When you begin the "I guess not." each of mutton and veal, 140 pounds "Why, does she ever spea2c of me?" "She did nothing of the kind. She lgSgSBBaV2BBBBBBBHBl4BBBStXSBBBBBBBBB SBBHBl lamb, ISO pounds lean pork, and ture or God, the lotn of God. the rcla practice, and firmly resolvo to altlon of mau to God and the relation of "Sure. Only this morntn' she spoke kept them for company, and won't let low no doubt as to words to pass enough fowls, geese, plgeont, rabbits, man to his fellow men. hares, etc , to stock a poulterer's shop. without a solution of tho problem, of bow lucky It was she shook you me have one even then." God Is our Father God Is love. We To make the crust 60 sacks of flour tro all his children. Life Is God's gift. you will be astonished to see how when she did." TWO OF A KIND. were used, mixed with 100 pounds of He will help us meet all Its dutlm. many such doubts you have been Putting on Airs. lard and GO pounds ot butter allowing to go uninvestigated, how bear all lis burdens, endure all Its H deems himself quite lucky, Auother similar monster was pre- lorrows Horace, the Latin poet, of course He cuts up many a caper, many chance for information and For he's the cutpadorrr Hn lias brought life and Immortality was a devotee of the wine cup, to pared In 1816 to celebrate the repeal ou have been letting betterment akyscraper. Of a fifteen-floo- r when the rulm of bin villa at the foot of the corn lawn. Yet another waa to light and has abolished death, wiped pass unimproved. baked In ITS8, In commemoration of It out. annihilated It. of Mount I.ucretllls were excavatet! ," You hear some one say Warp of Womtn. "He ye angry and sin not." embodies recently the discovery of an ample j King George III.'s recovery from Ill"I don't understand my wife." and you mentally question tho prowine cellar was no surprise. A larce ness, while a fourth was prepared and his teaching. "Doubt not the ultimata "How now?" ' eaten In 1815, In honor of Wellington's reign of goodness, you make no note nunciation. Hut number of amphorae or wine Jars, truth and love "When I think I'm going to die, she to carry the question further, you some of which are here shown, were ' victory over Nspoleon on th field of among men, Is Ihe very command givtells me nothing's the matter with Wsterloo, en In his coming Into the world, far found In this apartment are not in tho habit of carrying me. Tet sometimes, when I'm feeling 'the tsbernacle of God Is among such questions further, and so you my best, she will suddenly burst Into men," go right along, as you have been tears and say she doesn't know what! "lie not solicitous; do not worry," going along for the past twenty she Is gotng to do when I am gone.") he says. So I plead, wall God's good years, pronouncing that word obtime to bring you oot of your ilirficul-tie- s aatJEwEEw v jjCc . The Badgered Barber. scurely, with a convenient mumble and trials. He will bring you Into The Patroa How old are you, bar- between tho long 'a wealthy place." that is half-wa- y He patient i ' bar? i and the short one, while the accent Let the light of his divine human The Barber (who is used to badgerface stream upon you. He transformed is on noither syllable or on both of ing) Thirty-nine- , sir. j Into his Image. Let faith, hope and thorn. long have you ThePatron And how love rule your hearts. Then your life A small matter, you say. You do been bald? will be Oiled with light and you shall any-- x not talk much about "llnance," The Barber Lemme see, sir. Ah, rejoice "with tho Joy that Is unspeakay. yes; I was quite bald 39 years ago." able and full of glory." Itt Itev. Sam"What do you mean by upsetting me Yes, perhaps; but a general hesiuel Fallows, when I'm on my way to call on your Playing Both Ends. tancy of speech, a lack of confidence-isister?" series In "I shall have a farewell "Well, she was upset, too, when you tho use. of this great tool, this Dtginnlng of Missions. actelephoned that you were goln' to The modern era of English missions chief means'of impressing yourself America," explained the prominent began With Carey. When ho wrote upon the world, is anything but a tress. then you will retire from the call." "And his Investigation ot the missionary small matter. Tho consciousness stage forever, eh?" Most Singular. problem, that wonderful epitome of of correct speech will do moro than "Not at all. My manager Is even X youth came back from Panama, i the conditions and tho needs of the seyou realize toward giving you de- now arranging for a welcome-hom- e Excitement was at hlfheit pitch; world of his day, it was lie went to call upon hit pa cision of character, and a commandries on the other side." truu that discovery and Investigation And never talked about that "ditch," ing influence among men. had vastly widened the horizon of The Worst Yet In addition, thero Is the line inFlora McFllmsty. missions, and tho world was moro "What could be more sad than a In tho days of Paul, pleasure that comes from tellectual Christian than "Come over this evening and bring but It was still largely unknown, only tho study of words. I do not speak man without a country?" asked the your wife." high school literature teacher of her partly discovered and very sparsely "I can't, she hasn't a drets nt to or that, because I am talking to class. occupied by missions. Africa waa unwear." those thai have not formed the diccountry without a man," respond"A explored. China unknown, "Why, my wife says she has gowna Central tionary habil, and would no! believo ed a pretty girl Just aa feelingly. Asia unvlslted, and the principal misin all the latest styles." mc if I expatiated on that point, Woman's Home Companion. sion fields ot today closed by barriers "I know, but that Is the only kind ot .lust try il. and you will see! 0. K. gowns she has got." and difficulties which seejned InsurOn the Other Hand. orld. mountable. "That political enemy seems likely The Compromise. Found an Excuse. to leave footprints In the sands of "How did Jack and Mabel agree over Prottttantt In Korsa. Ill n mirth of Knul'iliil M'liool it I'cim.v time." In Korea tho total roll ot full comliurixllli'ttl In j "Perhaps," replied Senator Sor- their dispute about the marriage servKavlliKs lunik liii municant members of Protestant ice?" ghum; "but on the other hand he may vucoiiruv llnifl mining tin- - rhllilii-i- i churches comes to 68,195; probation"Mabel told Jack If he would make Mrs. Murphy linil ulvcn lur juium: be leaving thumbprints at police head- good on the eners, 46,175; other adherents enrolled hopeful tliri'fln'lirc to pill Into tile ' quarters." dowment proposition, she would make Hsre Is a recent photograph of the Arrowrock dam, nssr Bolss, Idaho, and regularly attending. 61,797, or a tin- - way in w IumiI I'.mick bunk, hut on the promise to obey." which Is one of the largtst projects ever undertaken by man. This mammoth total of all classes of 179,167, There Mathematics. had been tfini'Ml mul fnlli'ii On concrete structure Is to be computed somt time this ysar and 243,000 acrss U an average attendance In Sunday seventy Lily Her husband was tionn liN mother IhhUmI ui ili Force of Habit of land will be Irrigated by means of It. The dam Itself will cost about school ot 109,855. There are 774 entry uiul alil. when he died, and be left her a milschools, with 18,287 scholars "Have you ever noticed that oculists i 5JW0fi00, and will back up 210,000 acre feet of water of tht Bolss rivtr. It lion. "Shurt. there" only noeiii'i mini. are hlgh tempored?" wilt be 300 ftet high, the world's highest dim, and 1,000 fttt long on top. The attending. Uut year thero were 334 Daisy They had been married Bvw nl down here! Hiuv'm limit" "No. Why should they be?" cost of th entire project will be about 914,000400. It la being oarrltd out by students In attendance In tho theologyears, I think. "Ob. limUier." wilil I'HlrliU. "Iljnt ical seminaries. Of this number fifty "Meraly because their business 'tht government reclamation Mrvlo. OO Lily Yes. Just all the Ink tlx- - Iimi'Iici liiuir- - lit a riln;iii'il an tendency." nliaiiKi yoarl Puok. Safe .aVJBavroHBaWSJSjKaaaM vtm MBSSSSSSVSgffryBlT vtwsilSggBgf agtiiiHagssVtaJHiAa4asiB&siimSgaa the fourth chspter of Ht. Paul's sec-onepistle to the Corinthians, beginning at the sixth verse, he says: "God. who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shlr.ed In our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory In the face of Jetus Christ." "llut we have this treasure In earthen vessels, that tho excellency of the power may be of God, and not of us. We are troubled on every side the apostle In speaking out of the depth of n heartfelt experience -- yet not dlt' tressed; we are perplexed, but not In despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down, but not destroyed; always bearing about In the body the dying of Ihe Lord Jesus, that the lite also of Jesus might be manifest In our body" that Is, the life of him who h the life and the light of men. You know that light Is uted aa the symbol of alt excellence, of all goodness, of all truth, ot all purity, of all power, In opposition to darkness, which Is Ihe emblem of their oppo-Ites- , d 'ii '.siiiHslflEssftEB!siiiiK5'Esi 0 T 2 y'i e fFjr "lln-ancc- I Highest Dam In the World , mkMmmmm LLgtslllB -- i'ySgflgtslllHsBSTSH'i lu-c- s thlnk-fJM.O- eye-rat- e Fcbrunry 2d, 101 1. THE CITIZEN. I'agoTtiree MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank 1. Montgomery, Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. fully to lake out limbs thnl will FRUMNQ FRUIT TREES The timo Is now lioro when prun- leave the Ireo with good shapo nnd Often il is necesing orchard nml grnpo vines must not loo high. im ilone; nml n few words on Iho sary (o cut off sovernl of Iho main subject urn certainly timely Just upward growing limbs to prevent now. Hut they will ho wnslcd If Iho Ireo from growing too high. You should have it bucket of On tho no ono net upon them. PRACTICALTALKS BY GOVERNMENT FARM EXPERTS t No. VI. Advice to Millers. other bund, proper pruning and spraying means tho dllTcrcnco a few knerly nnd wormy wind fulls nnd an nhundnnl crop of all kinds of fruit, fresh, dried, nnd canned for next winter. Tools for Pruning The best time to pruno (he orchard Is when one of tho neighbors tins borrowed tho nx nnd you can't llnd the hatchet. You may bo a very handy man with thoso tools, but not enough so to prune fruit Irees properly. ....... n I.. UM...I you i nut iiii'ii in ti suit, u nnln itii of pruning shears, and n good sharp jack knife. If you have but n small orchard you ran sharpen up your ordinary hand saw nnd gel along Hint nml your jack knife. Hut Owith or more bavo twenty-flv-o ticos it will pay you Iho best kind lo Invest 81.50 or ?2.00 in n good priming saw nnd n pair of pruning en Pruning Apple Trees much -- ensc In trying to fallen leu bogs u: n crib of corn that wo know holds only enough for six hogs ns to iiy to gel ten bushels of apple from a tree Hint lias only sufficient roots to draw nourishment from tho ground for six bushels. Tbero are three things wo can do in this cane. First, wo oan cultivate nnd fertilize the ground lo get more nourishment to the roots. Second, wo run prima tho trco Third, we can ihlu the fruit on tho trees late in June. In a good fruit nonson it is necessary lo do nil three of these tilings. With the idea thoroughly In mind thnl wu cannot get n large perfect fruit with the limbs too thick on tho tree, I wnnt lo givo you tlvo rules for pruning npplo trees: 1st. Cut out all dead and dying DRAIN YOUR FIELDS WITHOUT wood. This is absolutely useless MONEY nnd must come out anyway, so it .Mr. Samuel Hanson of Heron has should come out (list, then you can n ditch Hint ho made 15 years ngo (ell tlm best thing to do next. that Is in perfect order today, nnd Und.--- Cut- - of iall' water sprouts. il didn't cost him n cent in money. These bear no fruit until several Tbero should bo miles of such years old even on old trees nnd drains nroiind tho borders of tho should nil come off nnd the larger mountains where slalo is plentiful. nml more thrifty water sprouts arc Mr. Hanson dug bis ditch Iho needed to 1111 In tho shapo of the proper depth and gave it sufficient t ree. fnll nil of the way, then went lo a :lrd. Leave no stubs. This is slate bank nnd dug out slonc from very Important for if the branches one to two Inches thick and broke nro not trimmed off very closo up (hem Jusl wide enough so ho could to the trunk or larger branches, the lay one edge on Iho wound will not lieal over, but the ditch snug up against bottom of tho ono side and off in iv few years nnd stub will rot lean Hie upper edge of the slonc start your trco lo decaying. ngainsl the oilier side of Iho ditch. (III. Save the fruit spurs. These The raised edge of the stone should are the stubby little brunches all rest against the side of Iho ditch along tho limbs. They never grow about H lo in in. above the bottom. long but bear fruit year after year. This will give room lo carry off a In fact nil the rest of Iho trco is lo large bring nourishment to these little clay ipianllty of water, and tho .subsoil generally found in this spurs that bear tho fruit. So do not region the cut them oh from the limbs you ex- position will bold years. si ono in this many Put on a pect lo leave on tho tree, nnd be good layer of si ono and fill in the direful not to break them off ns you climb around through tho tree. dirt. nth. Open up the top. This reFARMERS' INSTITUTE quires good judgment, because tho Don't forget the farmers' institute shno of your tree and its condi- this week Friday and Saturday in tion after you have lliushed depend the west end of hto Industrial Duild- -, largely upon this part of tho work. iug of Horen College. Como nnd Vheuever limbs cross and rub each bring all your noighbors. flood Either the desirable one should .speaking. No charges. bo cut out. Ono should study care lie I'irre would just ns cheap paint or coal tnr with you nnd paint over where you cut off limbs nit inch or moro in diameter to prevent their rolling until they can heal over. Pruning Peach Trees Since pearlies nlwnys grow on wood thnl is ono year old, wo musl proceed differently in pruning. If the trees nro less than six years old nnd any attention nl all tins been paid to pruning them you should cut out nhoul half of lasl year's growth clear back to whoro il started from the two year old branch and then trim back tho remaining yenr-ol- d brandies from n fourth to u half their length. This looks like slaughter, but it is not u bit loo much, for you will have all Iho peach buds left that the tree can develop good fruit from and if it is n good fruit year you will still have to thin tho peaches to get best results. If Iho trees nro six years old or older you probably will bavo lo cut out moro old wood nnd Irim olf less of (be new growth. Pear Trees lo not generally need ns much pruning ns apple nnd peach trees, but it is often necessary (o cut out some branches to open up Iho top; nnd If the Ireo is growing loo tall, ciil off several feet of tho topmost branches. Klighled limbs should nil be cut off nnd burned. If half or moro of uu old pear trea Is blighter il is best lo cut it down nnd bum it tip, trunk nnd branch. Cherry and Plum Trees These need but little pruning, but they should nol ho allowed to become loo thick. firnpe vino pruning wns discussed last week. Spraying will be considered next week. Humane Slaufhterinf. Poultry Accounting. nowllgo of hn business, to tiettor Incrcn their profits, to Increase the supply of poultry and eggs for use as food fot the public nnd to prevent tbe targe waste now ciNtlng due lo faulty method of handling. Tbe Missouri car contains live specif mens of the breed of oultry adapted to general farm conditions, models of iMtultry houses. Incubating and brooding device and other appliances used for the raising of poultry. The other ear Is an crtjaally equipped refrigerator car containing a cooling, cniullliiir an, hilling room. It Is the only one lu existence. Is-s- BEAR HUNTING WAS RIPPING Alto Shortage OLD TOP AH SUNWSCflOOL my of Food, and That Sort of Thing, Added Lesson LESSON FOR MARCH 1 to Excitement. LUCKY B. O. BELI.ERH, Director of Kveatni Department, The Moody Ihbls Inatltat. Chicago.) While Till: The law, administered by the t'nlted Mates department of agriculture, does not have authority to prescribe particular methods of (daughter, the government with iho,. working to abuse. The three general methods of slaughter used among civilized people are: Weeding preceded by stunsmsmH ning, bleeding preceded hy pithing and HaV LBnsnsngflnm bleeding without stunning or plthtng. Htnnnlng pristine concussion of the brain und the Immediate destruction of consciousness. Stunning previous to bleeding meets tin- - demands of humanitarian sentiment mid of hygienic requirement, scoinlbig to animal Industry nnllior lies of the department Pithing Is performed by n knife (Official News Summary of Up o Date thrust through the space, between the Matters Complltd by tne United base of the skull and the first verteDepartment ef Agriculture.) States bra Into the medulla. The pithed animal falls Instantly a complete fitrtuer hsn long relied on musculur paralysis, under neither but I'hemUt In regard to nor sensibility Is immedifood, fertilizer nud feeding Ids euttle. The miller, ately destroyed. The paralysis of the according to the bureau of chemistry, vital centers Interfere with effective drpartmeut of iigrleiilturc. has been bleeding nud does not satisfy either in putting the humanitarian or hygienic requirements, behind other pre-Te1 Indn-drlea Proper Slaughtering. the federal meat Inspection KNIFE THRUST TRUSTING IN RICHES AND TRUST ING IN GOD. I.E8HON TEXT Luke 11:11-1(lOl.I)EN TEXT "Whers your treasure.' Luke. Returning Traveler Brings a Ooed Story From' the Lofty Peaks of the Himalayas Party Waa Attacked By Band of Savage Men. Is, there will be your heart also." 12:S. Here's a tail one from the towering peaka of the Himalayas, aa told by one Frederic S. IJowcn of Boston, Jute merchant and sportsman, who arrived here tbe other day on tbe steamer Lpland after Ave New York. yeara in India. Among tbe narrator's favorite while In India waa the purault of the small but husky Himalayan black bear. On hla last trip to the by great mountains, accompanied two army officers and a native guide, some remarkable things happened at an altitude of 16.000 feet. "We were having bally bad luck," began Mr. Ilowen, whose long sojourn amid the Britishers haa lent a new touch to hla original Hostonese accent "No game, you know, shortage of food, and all that sort of thing. Then we ran amack Into a cluster of blllmen, savage fellows, who didn't like our looks, but were moat eager to get our guns and equipment "We gave them a bit of a battle, but being outnumbered, decided to retreat Our guide said he knew where there was a ripping old cave where we could hide until the party of hillman got tired of looking tor ua and went on about their business, y' know. "We clambered down a lot of precipices over a xlgxag trail In tbe dead of night and found the cave. My friend and I entered, and were shocked to hear a loud growl and find ourselves attacked by a savage female black bear and her vicious young cub. "We succeeded in killing them both handily, thus replenishing our larder considerably. We lay cioae to the cave tor two daya, when In walked old father bear. "The hlllmen were In our neighborhood by that time, and we did not dare to shoot. So we invited the paa-tlm- logical progreaston The section before us haa a vary from the introductory requeat to the words of Jesus which constitute the golden teit. Jesus Is still In the midst of hla Percan ministry. This lesson occurred but a few months before the 13-1- Tbe shipping of young calves long miller eati often attend to his machinery nnd. In addition, make distances without the mothers Is n baking nnd other tests, hut In the lar- cruelly, und the enactment of a law to ger mills, which niHiiufni tiire a variety remedy this abuse has many advoof product mid prepnrc mixed feed, cates, among whom are nfllclals of the tbero should tx a division of labor, tbe department. Ktsleral regulations remiller nnd the chemist each doing bla quire that animals going through the dipping process be handled as carefulbare of the work. The moUtnre content of (lour Is a ly ns itosslhlt- - and that nit tic be freely point too little considered, necordlng watered before they are dipped. Durto the department. If In buying nml ing the last fiscal year Inspectors of the dipping aelllug grain the moisture U taken into tho department account, as It xhould Ihj hy tuiund of more than IL'.400,000 sheep and cat- business men. the moisture in flour and meal no well an In the byproducts abould nUo lu given suitable attention. The variation of a per eent of moisture III the (lour of till) big mill Is equivalent lu a year to thousands of barrels and thouxuiids of dollars. The. moisture content will lw one of grent ItoiMirtauee a year hence. It Is contended by some of our lending millers that In Jndglug ns to short-ag- o In weight the government should always take Into account tho mots-turcontent, for example. If Hour W'a Jor cent contain wljen shhl-of moisture, which lias DeeiT accepted ns the standard, and If the samcent of moisture ple shows but 11 when cxniulncd nn allowance of 2b per eent shortage In weight should be Kxperlnieiili are now In EavgftaiaBaABHBBahiasBs allowed. progress as to the shrinkage 1,1 flo,,r stUHll siis-rvlseo R--r chemist tit work. and Its use should not be encouraged. s MUST IE POLITE TO POLICE y la ao embarraeelng situation. One day last summer a FREE TO FARMERS American stepped up to a polfcemsn Hy special arrangement tho llato-ki- n In the Plata Independcta and aaid In very Good Spanish: Soed House of Shenandoah, "Will you please tell me where the Iowa, will mail a copy of their big ' Calla Rlncon Is?" toil illustrated Seed Book, and a The policeman looked haughtily at sample of their famous "Diamond etranger and turned away.. the The American tried again with still Joo's Dig Whito" seed corn that has n record of over 200 bushels per more courtesy: "Would you be ao extremely kind acre, free to ovcry reader of this aa to very accommodatingly tell me paper who may bo iutorcstcd In tho where the Calla Rlncon tat" Crops they plant. This book is a To hla aatonahment, the policeman complete compendium of farming retorted: nnd farm and garden seeds. II tolls "You have no manners, air J" how to grow big crops and all about to say, the American waa Needless to find the besl varieties of seed corn for your quite abaabed, but he had Har-le- y, Calla Rlncon, ao he put the question locality; also Seed Oals, Wheat, SpelLz, Grasses, Clovers, Alfalto a Spanish youth who waa standing fa, Pasture and Lawn Mixtures. sear. The youth, answered, very aad went seme ItyUe distance Seed Potatoes and nil other farm to direct the etranger properly. After and garden seeds. This seed book the American bad thanked him he is worth dollars to all in want of aaked: seeds of any sort. It's free to all "Why did the policeman refute to our readers. Writo for it and menanswer mef "Because," replied the youth, "whan tion this paper. The address is yew addressed him yea neglected to RATEKIN'S SEED HOUSE, Shenandoah, Iowa. Box 704. (ad) take off your hat." Youth's Compea- cor-asal- ly lilm hi" slippers, "or. rather." he continued, "tbuuk you. The policemen of Montevideo are miss. You Hre not n iim'nm." meetly of Indian origin. They are "No, grundpu." replied tho courteous and polite, but they "hut I opoct lo be some day, uiiil are great etlcklere (or etiquette. Through Ignorance of their custome, yon might ns well get used to saying a foreigner sometimes finds himself It." ladles' Hume Journal. had Vlelter to Montevideo Fine It Neeee-eerto Take Off Hie Hat When Add re Ming Patrolmen. Giving Him Practice. "Thank you. tiin'nm." said tbe old man lo his little granddaughter, wlio brought ns caused by loss of moisture. The nnmiint of moisture In meal Is of even grenler lnKrtimce than In flour, because moisture Is not only commercially valueless and Influences It Is an shrinkage, hut olo important fuctor In causing spoilage. sjn-- i hilly desirable that It is then-forsLAi:ctim:iKi noos. the chemist aid the miller lu drying to tie, nnd the requirements as to huthe proper decree. mane handling were nVt. There still occurs frequently at difPoultry Accounting. ferent public stockyards tho cruelty The depaitment of agriculture has of depriving cuttle of water. Thoso Issued n system of poultry accounting arriving too late for the market of tbe which. It Is expected, will assist thn day arc not watered until the followHiiltr.r owner to determine the status ing morning In order that they may of liU llock at the end of each year. gain weight. While weight is gained, Ono of the greatest needs of most poul- tho deception is recognized Instantly try keepers Is a definite record of ex- by buyers. Tho practice Is a deliberpenditures and receipts. ate cruelty nnd should 1k suppressed. A system formulated by the department consists of n monthly nnd yearly Changts Affecting Hog Choltra. summary. Inventory, balance slnn-tHy order of tho secretary of agriculyearly record. On the monthly ture the federal meat Inspection regand sheet Is placed the iuuiiImt of chick-en- s ulations are amended to provide that and eggs for each mouth In the when any hogs of n lot offered for year. All eggs nud chickens used at slaughter show sigim of cholera there home should Is- - credited to the flock shall be made u temperature test of nt regular market value, and eggs used the buspected animals in the lot to defor hatching at home should be both termine their true condition. One of credited and debited against tho flock tbe first proofs of cholera Is the presat tbe same price. Tbe Inlior of the ence of Wgb fever, and tho test for Its owner should be estimated and charg- detection bus frequently employed Against the dock each month If de- ed by tbe go eminent Inspectors at sired. The luilaii.e at the end of the various packing centers. Tho new oryear will then show the net proflt of der Is uu oitlrl.il recognition of tbe tho flock. The yearly summary sheet value of the test und maker, its emconsists of the sumuniry of the month- ployment general and compulsory nud receipts where federal meat Inspection Is conly totals of for the year The Inventory sheet ducted. Under the new ordtr when of a bog is Ntispcctcd of cholera nnd is should Ik- - used ut the each year, und a complete Inventory found to have u fever of 100 degrees sbouid be tukuii of tho equipment, F. or higher tbe carcass of such '.ach piece of equip-mf.ahull lie condemned even though Stock, feed. etc. should be listed at 1U actual the disease does not show to tho orvalue, lu the ruse of buildings which gans or lu tho dressed carcass. test, howexcr. is Tbe teuiM-raturare. substantially constructed a 0 per cent deterioration should be sutUcleut but ono determining factor, and the to allow for tbe passage of n year's order provides that the- carcasses of bogs which plainly showed tho distime. Tbe balance sheet shows tho actual ease when alive and also thoso which status of the flock for tbe year. It show tho dlseaso plainly on Kttmor-teu- i Inspection shall bo condemned. wi)l, be found desirable to keep a simple egg record for tbe year in conuec-tlo- u Only those which do not show- sympwith the account, us it will enable toms of the disease when nllve nnd the poultry keeer to check up the are without signs of tbe disease lu tbe number of eggs used at home und thua dressed carcasses may be passed, while those regarding which there is doubt be sure to credit the flock with them. or which nro affs'tcd In a slight nnd limited degree may be pubsed fur Poultry and Egg Care. lard, provided the lard is rendered at poul-trWhat U regarded as tho largest a temperature of not less tban 220 deand egg handling extension work grees V. for a iertod of four hours. ever carried on In this country Is now being conducted by tbe department of Waate In Vegstsblss. agriculture tn cooperation with tbe According to cunning experts of tbe University of Missouri nnd the Mis- department of agriculture, about DO souri state oultry board. Tbe per cent of nil the vegetables that are two produced every year go to waste nnd nud state are demonstration cars tlionghout the are actually lust for human value bestate. cause the average home ha not learnTho work la plauued to assist farm- ed bow clllclently to care for the surers and poultry deslcrs to obtain a plus product. s Is-e- n rxM-ndlturnnl-me y oia-rutln- "He Closed With Me." ( bear In, aa it were, and sat perfectly still. He came In, looked ua over and then sniffed at the hides aad pieces of meat that told him what had become of his wife and little onea, y' know. "He appeared quite frantic with grief, and I was on the point of feeling very sorry for the old chap when suddenly he turned on me and attempted to bite off my leg. Pity turned to hate, aa It were, and drawing my hunting knife I slashed the old chap In the throat He closed with me. and would have done considerable damage but for thrust of the knife In hia heart "We lived on bear meat for a week, and got beastly sick of eating It eating It half raw aa we did. You ace, we could not build a fire, but we cut the meat tn small pieces and ainged it a little with matchea before chewing It. n "At last our guide reported tbe gone and we made oar way to our baae camp aad fed up on canned goods and copious cupa of tea." bill-me- Gave Up Live for Qlrta. III. Caught on a loag tree tie sacrificed hla life eavlng hla slater, Ton Uuenaxtch, twenty-twyean old, sacrificed hla life aavlng his alater, Mlaa Carrie Lluenanch, and his sweet, heart, Mlia Lulu Stoat George Smith, Pan a. o the fourth member of the party, Jumped and escaped lnjwry, making no effort to aare any of hla companions, It la charged. Gould Lea Gaiter, New York. Oeorga J. Qoald'a naaaa la aigned to an ad for the return of "one brown spat or gaiter, loot on Fifth avenue." Gould explained he'd have to discard a whole salt if ha didn't get tbe gaiter back. Thar match. with a desire to possess things that are good of taeaaeelvee and frequently good for him' that has possession. But aa It creeps in we find it becoming a great aln. A dealre to bulM up a church, or even to compass the salvation of a loved one, may be animated by a aelflah, covetous motive, aee I Cor. 6:10, 11; 6:10, ana Bph. 6:3, 6. A man! life consists not of the things poaaeaaed and the desire to get should be lost In the desire to be for the glory of God. Lighten Other's Burdens. This II. The llluetratlon, w. warning of Jeaua against wrong sense valuations and hla suggestion aa to the true source of life, are emphasized by bla Illustration from life. Ml material- valuee come from the eaytb. Mine, forest and field are the sources of all wealth. But In this Illustration the ground yielded "plentifully." He took great counsel with himself. In these three verses are twelve personal pronouns. Prosperity la heaped upon prosperity, yet his enterprises were lawful and legitimate for there is no suggestion of wrong methods. The trouble was that in his pride he saw only the gratification of his material appetites. Any human activity, even the highest, may beHis plans come grossly of enlargement were wise In the sight of men. but he left Qod out of his calculations, and this is the common mistake worldly men are making, Jaa. 4:13-1Hla anxiety, a characteristic of those who trust In riches, was uncalled for, and the folly of that course was revealed In a flash when he was called into the presence of Ood: "The things which thou hast prepared, whose shall they beT" Jesus reveals the worthlessnesa of such motives, the uselessness of such anxiety, and Ita unworthlness In view of what Ood la in himself, w. 20, 21. He who can array the Illy and clothe, the grass of the field. The place up goods is not In barns, Hark. 10:21; the right way to be merry Is to lighten the burden of another, and the way to satisfy the soul la not to pamper the body. Read John 4:13, 14; John 7: 87-- ; I. Tim. Jas. 6:6; Rev. 18:7. j Troe Way of Life. III. The application, w. Jesus then proceeds to set before hla disciples the true way of life from the positive side, just as In tbe Illustration he had set before them th negative side. Those who are living with Ood are In right reUUenehlpa not to aeek aaUafaetlea In the Uabaga of time aad seaae, those tUaca of which their tether knows they have need, and whlek he will supply, Phil. 4:19. They are, howevea, to seek his kingdom and to rest In confidence In the knowledge that It Is his pleasure to give to them that kingdom (r. 32). The way to get is to give, Prov. 11:24, 26. This is laying up treasure la heaven. Every man la the Judge of bla own acts. It they be according to divine standards, bis decision Is wise, It not the Bible characterises that man as a fool. It Is our sense of values which determines our wisdom. IV. The teaehlng. Jesus does not begin In his dealings with the subjects of his ktataem by making compulsory division of their possessions. In this lesson we can see the false and the true method by which to establish right social conditions. This man's Idea waa to "divide"; Christ's Idea Is expressed In the words, "sell and give alms." The passion of this man waa to possess, the passlou of Christ was to give, Matt. 20:28. In the mind of Christ lite does not consist of the things possessed, John 6:37. Things have a value only as life la strong. 16-2- 1. d 3 22-3- crucifixion. "One out I. The leeeon w, of the multitude" desired to bolster his claim to a portion of an Inheritance. He waa aare that hla brother needed admonition from Jeaua, the result of which would accrue to his advantage. Jeaua made a sharp, quick reply. He had been teaching about the sin of coveteusness, but by his answer he intimates that his mission waa not to judge men of that or any other aln. His work as a Judge waa to come later, John 6:19-3There are thouaands who for the proapect of personal gain would strictly enforce the ethical principles of the gospel though at the same time they are not herewilling themselves to abide under. Covetouaneaa is a desire to secure more and it is not confined to the rich nor to the poor. Therefore Jesus sounds a warning, "take heed" (t. 16) e. $, beware. This itching is so gradaal and often begins 2. j to-la- y Page Four. THE CITIZEN. Februnry Our Flag Society as Presi- 2(1. 1011- - C uiiiii, nai u.incii in neiua i.isi rn- 2 S day on account or mo illness or her son, Mnxwell, who was taken very NETS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A o sick nl Ills room Tluirsdav anil lal- VARIETY OF SOURCES c rr teinoed to the hospital. Word comes that Ihc Idaho In- " ?',p; I,lano' nolo Is. over at Welch's but ,,',,i'.lr1,nl The ,lcv' .wns 'M"!,,w- - in iiio-- t all the prices go on just the '' (ail) .' . ISlimo. . "ro rann.l" e r; Mr. (iml Mrs. J. n. Richardson vi. - l itiil nl Fleming, Ky., from last Sat- Paddock, who will In remembered city rttoMK iss urday mil II Wednesday. Mrs. Bich-n- n as a former pastor of the Union Office over Berea Bank A. Trust Oo. received medical treatment Church. is now president of the In- from Dr. I. Cornelius nnd Mr. llich- - slit ule. DAN H. BRICK Ilev. P. I). Dodge, who has been! aril-m- i attetnled to some business located in Tallmadpe, Ohio, has reLife, Acodtat, aid Lire Sleek affairs Fire, Mr. John Welch was out of town cently accepted n call to the Oeddesi INSURANCE Congregational Church of Syracuse,' Hie llrst of the week on business, Will ti(n your bond. College vs. Academy The Misses Floy Mazer nnd Nct-jl- ie N. Y. Mr. Dodge, who is a nephew RJc1mkmi4, Ky. Phono 505 For the second time this season Oldham visited over Sunday of Professor Dodge, is a former with Mix? Blazer's parents at Yel-- I treasurer of Berea College, and was the College team triumphed over Tho for a number of years a teacher in the Academy in basket ball. L. & N, TIME TABLE low Spring". Ohio. game Monday was holly contested the I ii"t Million. North Bound, Local .i. ii. iisn ami uaugnier, au .mis. Cyrus Short of the Normal dc and both teams were too liberal in Knoxville 7:00 a. m 10:65 p. m.idic, returned lat Saturday from 1:07 p. m. 3:52 a. m. Cincinnati where they hnvo been parlmenl wenl to Richmond Satur their idea of rough playing to make BEREA really good baskcl ball possible. 7:45 a. m. attending the millinery openings for day on business. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati In tho first half tho Academy Mr. Dwighl Willctl, student of the a few days. South Bound, Local 8:15 p.m. Mr. Win. Jones spent the week's College department, of last year, and learn was handicapped by their 6:30 a.m. Cincinnati is pa(or nl the Baptist Church I rangement and was unable to make 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. Lin! nt his home on Cheslnul St. BEREA al Red House, Madison county, spent a single basket and at the end of .,. 7:00 p. m. Knoxville 5:50 a. m. it. finhhnnl who Iknstwwn the latter part of last week with his Iho half the College led by eleven Express Train a traveling salesman for Vick Chem passen- ical Co of Greensboro, N. C. for the many friends In Berea. Mr. Willctl points. No. 33 will atop to take on gers for Knoxville and points beyond. past three years, has accepted a poSouth Bound sition as traveling salesman for Lig-i- tl P. 00 a. m. Cincinnati Meyers Co., St. Louis, Mo. Mr. 11:55 a. m. BEREA Oabbard will cover ten counties of' Ko. 32 will stop at Berea to Uke eastern Kentucky and have Berea as ' on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and his headquarters. points beyond. Mrs. Mary Evans, who has been North Bound nursing in Richmond for tho past BEREA 4:45 p. m. six weeks, returned to Berea last Cincinnati 8:60 p. m. Tuesday. Baggies, Biggies Grass Seeds Plows, Plows Miss Leila Baker has been visitBiggies, Biggies Grass Seeds Plows, Plaws Mr. John Jackson, who has been ing with relatives in town for sevnn employee of a coal company at eral days. Biggies, Biggies Grass Seeds Plows, Plows Blanche, Ky., is in town for sev Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Wheeler Biggies, Biggies Grass Seeds Plows, Plows eral days. The works have shut of Shelbyville were in Berea in beplace indefinitely Biggies, Biggies Grass Seeds down nl that Plows, Plows half of the W. C. T. U. of Kentucky Mr. A. C. Webb of near Berea left Biggies, Biggiss Grass Seeds Plows, Plows last Monday nnd Tuesday. Monday for Frankfort where he Miss Grace Lee Cornelius visited Baggies, Biggies Grass Seeds Plows, Plows will spend a few days acquainting himself with the working of the with her uncle, Mr. Joe Azbill and Biggies, Biggies Grass Seeds Plows, Plows family, of Richmond, last Tuesday legislature. night. Best Buggies, Best Buggies, Best Misses Sturgell, Mullins nnd Hat- Buggies, Best Buggies, Best Buggies, PRICES Always Rigkt. QUALITY Best oa Earth. I test Buggies, Best Buggies, Be3t tie Holliday, all of Rictunond Stale Buggies, Best Buggies at Welch's. Normal were visiting at Mr. G. D. (ad) Holliday's at the first of the week. Mr. Harrold VanWinklc of ColumHon. I). 0. Wood of N'athanton, Ky. representative of the 7ist leg- bus, Ohio, is visiting in Berea for a islative district, came over from few days with friends and relatives. Miss Nina King delightfully enterFrankfort Sunday and spent the tained u number of friends at her day with Berea friends. Judge F. M. Morgan, after spend- homo on Center Street , last Monenjoying-gamesthe ing ovcral days In Berea, returned day nigh. xVfler guests were served with dainty rethe llrst of the week to his home freshments. in Leslie county. Mis. Fred Cimimings of Syracuse, Miss Bcttie Azliill is visiting for a few days with her brother, Mr. N. Y is visiting with friends in Be- was ordained to preach last year In the second half positions were Joe Azliill and family of Ilichmond. rea. shifted and the Academy ran Ihcir at the Berea Baptist Church. Mr. Clyde Pearlc of East Bernsladt Mrs. S. It. Baker left on the fast up to 20. Hughes was severe-wee- k Miss Carol Edwards spent the injured but played Uh game out train Sunday for Cincinnati, where visited the first of the week with end with Mr. and Mrs. Luther she spent the first of the week his sister, Mrs. Sallie Hanson, on Shadow in Winchester. w"' "" ' rled. Chestnut St. purchasing her spring goods. TI.eCollege line up was: Ilackett Quite a large number of students1 11 looks like a continued sale at Mr. II. Brownlow Marcum of Ar to nl Doiwlas. forwards; Parker and Saturday Welch's for the prices haven't been kansas, conductor on a railroad went over to Ilichmond Balson, center. basket-ba- ll game between Hughes,a guards; ,! 'I ' . changed. (ad) (rain, is visiting in town with his see the ' ' " i,ml I and Western State Nor- i Mr. Ben II. Oabbard left Iho llrst uncle, Mr. A. Marcum for a few the Eastern nalr1 (rcliuvt,', b CoIu) lma" mal teams of the wik for an extended trip days. forwards; Hunler and Gray, guards; .. .. .miss I'l.uiuun . qiiuiii, iiuiuiuu Heinbree center in the south. . Mr. F. G. Begloy of Hazard, trav '.,, Mrs. V. B. Bowers left last week eling salesman, was in Berea the Secretary of the Y. W. C. A. spent. T,1(, j( favor WJW several jiays me nrsi oi me wceh. of the College. for Elk Park, N. C. The purpose of llrst of tho week. , her going was to stand a civil ser-ic- e Mr. F. I. Jones, former resident of in Berea. She is from Held head quarters at St. Louis, Mo. Miss Washington's Birthday Social examination at Newland, N. C. Berea, was in town Wednesday and Smith led tho Y. W. C. A. meeting for the post olllcc at Elk Park. Washington's birthday was Thursday of this week. Sunday night and also led the wor Timothy, clover, red top seed Monday by department soI'OR RENT. One cot ship at College Chapel Wednesday.! cials. oats and all kinds of the very best tage on Chestnut and Parkway. Call Mr. L. M. Terrill, State Secretary (ad) Mi.-- s seeds now on sale at Welch's, Corwin and Mrs. Ridgeway Miss Cleo Spicer of Paris, Ky., on Mrs. Laura Jones, Chestnut St., of the Y. M. G. A. visited in Iicrea .loliulitfllllv entertained tlm Colleen Berea, Ky. Tuesday and Wednesday of this M(U(lents and faculty in the Library. came to Berea last week to livo FOR SALE. For Sale on easy Week. with her sister, Mrs. S. B. Scale. The intension was eiiliveneil liv The Misses Augusta Hammonds terms or will exchange for other Prof. Lewis and Prdf. Calf eo were ! songs by the Alpha Zcta Quartet and Rosa West of Barbourville, who slock a good young draft stallion iu Frankfort on business one day and by the Ladies Sextette. Two are attending tho E. K. S. N. at nnd jack. Will not let out on shares. last week. humorous readings by Miss Coo ' J. W. Herndon, Hichmoiid, were visiting friends in frrmi Mm were verv much enioved. A violin in rk.mii uiuqiu tail i'.uii tii'n.l.. (ad; Berea, Ky. University of Florida that ho is and banjo duel by "Stevo and Burn-- ! llerca last Sunday nnd Monday. You always get the best grass DUROC-JERSEin" was the most unique feature of HOGS FOR SALE. liking his work in the law depart(ad) seeds at Welch's. tlie program and received duo apBrood sows, good hoar and a few ment of that University. Mr. Walter Nicely of Livingston The occasion was in choice shoals. M. L. Spink, Berea. Several of tho Berea boys attend- preciation. was a Berea visitor Sunday. ed the basket ball gamo nt Richmond every way enjoyable and tho thanks Mr. Will Slusher of near WinCOMING EVENTS last Saturday evening between the of the Department are due lo the! chester, Clark county, spent the Librarians for a most pleasant Feb. E. K. S. N. and tho W. IC S. N. latter part of last week in Berea. Madison County I armors' InstiMrs. Win. Karnctt of Highlands afternoon. Dr. G. E. Porter was unable to bo Tlie Normal social was held at tute. to Korea last week and is with out tho first of the week on account WEDNESDAY, March 25, Lyceum camedaughter, Grace, a student in tho Parish House with nearly every her of a severe cold. lecture by Thomas Brooks the Foundation Department, who is student present. There was no fixed Messrs. David Maroum of Estill program and tho afternoon was spent Spring lerni opens. ill nt the hospital. Fletcher. Co. and Harvey Marcum of Vincent, in gelling Dclter acquainted anu Owsley Co., were visiting with their) singing old plantation songs. NOTICE Washington Program brother, M. A. Marcum tho first of All those wishing to buy straw- Almost two hundred Academy the week. a"d Tin' followinu Washington uro students met in their dining room It pays to buy tho best grass seeds l,M'Irri t7"a,loein 8Wfnl. Academy social. Mr. A. quanli- - gram was rendered at tho meeting " ..n in wim.. rral Flint's orchestra furnished ties, please give us your orders this of tho Franklin Literary Society music for the various intricate month as olhurwiso wo are not Saturday night. America marches which wero performed. planting more than for our own and Song Charles Johnson Games wore played with hearty Prayer retail trade. will, and tho social closed with Washington SavhiKS Roll Call For Sale t Disk Harrow, 1 o culti Composition .Washington's Boyhood refreshments nnd many wishes for m coino Alfred Green wasuiugiou s iiiriuiiay vator, i plow, 1 spring wagon. The wagon for $15. Come and make a ' Reeilatiou Tho Flag Goes By again soon. ' Tlie spacious now chapel of the Leonard Robinson hid on the rest. BEREA COLLEGE GARDEN DEPT. j Composition, Washington n Soldier Vocational Department was dediSam Richardson cated by Iho Washington's birthday (nd) social. Humorous readings by Mr. Ilurgess and bovoral interesting games added zest to the afternoon. "Stove mid Burnio's" violin and banjo duel set many feet to jigging and dually Mr. Fielder wns unablo to resist tho temptation. Tho parting song was "My Old Kentucky Homo." Tho occasion was iu tivory way enjoyable. MAIN STREET, NearjBank Tho Foundation Schools met in the chapel and nn interesting pro- l t LOCAL PAGE i S i oooooooooouyoooooococcooo; DR. BEST, DENTIST ?L COLLISE ITEMS Song i lm ,' Composition. .Wnslngtnir Cecil McGuiro dent Recitation.. Tho flravo of Washing-Io- n Winford Franklin Address,. The History or Our Flag Hubert Edwards Mt. Vernon Bells Song Society lliogrcnph) Martha Washington Fred I'.vans Address. Mt. Vernon and Washing-ton- s Monument.. Eugene Houck Debate Resolved: That Washington Rendered a Greater Service In the War of Independence I ban Lincoln Rendered in the War of the Rebellion. Anirmnttvc, Henry Cloud Negative. Arthur Pace We Still Have Many Bargaint offer in to- ' V. I II.. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND LADIES' & MEN'S K FURNISHINGS lue J. B. RICHARDSON MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. gram of patriotic songs and declaA Grand mations was rendered. March was an important feature of the afternoon. Everyone enjoyed themselves. In Honor of Mrs. Putnam. Last Saturday evening, Mrs. K. U. Putnam, who was for some years a teacher iu the Academy department. was the guest of honor iu the Academy dining-rooTho Faculty table was festive with (lowers, shaded caudles and good things to eat. Near the close of the meal a large cake decorated with many lighted candles was brought in to bo cut by Mrs. Putnam, each pieco representing a good wish for her happiness. Then followed a "feast of reaon and a flow of soul,'' with Prof. Matheny as loastmaster. Miss IVarl Scrivner, Mr. Henry Murrell, Mr. Jesse Murrell, Mr. Vogel and Mr. Gray responded to toasts In honor of Mrs. Putnam recalling scenes of past days in words spiced with wit and warm with keen appreciation. Mrs. Putnam recognized these expressions of regard with beautiful words of appreciation. The evening closed with a song iu honor of "Mother Putnam." J ar-w- ho thinking of Iho mission Held, wero h'd by him to make that highest PLOWS step of consecration o the Master, 4 saying: "It Is my purpose if God permit, lo become a foreign missionary." When one iu sincerity makes this (he ambition of his or her life, Uio possibililes of service lo which ho or she is exposed are unlimited. "- On Friday evening, at vesper hour Mr. Whilcomb spoke with the nicm- hers of the Volunteer Band, now eighteen iu number. His quiet but impressive wonts havu laid upon them with renewed intensity, tho importance of their calling and the unlimited possibilities of n life surrendered lo Christ. President, Sludent Volunteer Band, j ft-or- '' 1 T ,,, celo-brat- eil Hve-roo- m Another Interesting Occasion. delightful company met at the hospitable homo of Professor and Mrs. Dodge for another of thlr charming dinner parlies that arip (he joy of all participants. Covors were laid for twelve. In tho party were Treasurer and Mrs. Osborno, Rev. and Mrs. Hudson, Miss Bower-so- x and Miss Douglass, Prof, and Mrs. Ruinold, Dr. and Mrs. Roberts. It is unnecessary to say that Uu The caku was of that Bluu Ribbon We've come together here tonight variety that rails for more. Tho Devotion true to bring, evening was passed in pleasant con- - As inemliors of Academy vcrsation, varied with soino pleasing Our banners high to Ring; We'll wave to a friend of long ago. musical productions that were rein tiered by Miss Kneeland with hor To one who, by her wisdom, accustomed grace. Raided high our hopes for future years, ! MADISON COUNTY Our faithful Mother Putnam. Walnut Meadow Pike We're met tonight with hearts so Walnut Meadow Pike, Feb. 23 light iCeacle, the son of Mr. To render praiio to (lice; And may we cheer the memories and Mrs. Eh. Ogg of Walnut Mood-o- w, was taken lo (ho Korea hospi-It- al dear for an operation. He had a 80- -! With songs both glad and free; We hope that you will bo our friend vere case of appendicitis but is im proving nicely. And never care to sever Mr. W. A. Ogg who has been very The ties that bind our hearts to thee ill is some better now. And forever. Mr. Lewis and Jessie Vaughn have sold a farm to W. M. Isaacs of KoStudent Volunteer Notes rea. People are not farming much Tho Student Volunteer Band of lo bad weather. Berea feels Itself deeply indebted to the Student Volunteer Movement of Some people are planning to sow New York City, which sent to Berea their tobacco beds soon. (his week Mr. Elmer B. Whilcomb Winter crop are looking well so one of tho Movement's Traveling far. , Mr. Win. 'lerrel was iu Kerea on Secretaries. Mr. Whilcomb is particularly fitted for his work among business Saturday. W. A. Rowlijtt and Richard Watstudents.' His services hero wero mightily blessed. Six of the stu- son were iu Kerea on business Satdents who had previously been urday. A Be-re- -a Halch-WomlruiT. here-owin, Y : NOTICE :- FRIDAY-SATURDA- Y, 27-2- 8: i i. ,,,,, 'k1 For good Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings of all kind at prices that are right see . two-liors- The Racket if Store see CLARKSTON LOR Hardware and Groceries HAYES & GOTT 'The Cash Store" Main Street Berea, Kentucky, i 'iViiiniTi frit' Folmmry 110, III! I. THE CITIZEN. A Pago Five. NEWS BLIQHT ON THE BLOOM Or OUR NATION , bill Introduced by Senator liy llnrtnn MorrH, a student In Normal for la fipeer. The bill prorldci tbat on or Meres College, before the flnt of Norember biennially Only One Health Crop the department!, Institutions, commlR. Wo may gel us ninny crops of loners and officer of the state shall report an estimate In Itemlted form rnrn or whenl ns we wnnl, Iml not Willi our hi'nllli rrop. The groat to the governor aa to tbe amount of moner needed for the biennial period Creator lias given tin only ono crop beginning with tha first of July thrr of health, ami Iln expects uh (o take after." All unexpended auma are to be euro of It. If we destroy 11 liy any returned to the itate treasury. useless nml foolish means, wc have defeated God's expectations, and wo ACT TO AVERT PANIC MOVES (Cotillmird from Pige On.) I will never gel another one. Doctors urn only hcnllh menders, ns cobblers nru shoo menders, and I hey cannot glvo us a new rrop of lhny can only ineiul up heallh. our old one. Enemy of Health Antle, of Itussoll, Introduced a reaolu-tlo- a Now, llieru is ouo thing which is calllUK for a "probo" Into the very ileslruclivij lo our heallh crop, of the itate department of education. The resolution recites that and which should .o avoided by nerloUB asperslona against past and every one. This destructive thing present county school superintendents, Is lohiicco. The host way lo avoid county Judges and county clerks were tobacco is never lo begin. Never made on the floor of tho senate and lake the llrst cliow or smoke. Tho that It Is due those Innocent tbat all first leads lo a second, and to a the facts be made known. thirdt nml before you know it, to bacco lias captured joti as lis slave; and when it onco gels you Delegates are Named. II rin y in its clutches it is a hopeGot. McCreary appointed delegates less rase, unless you have nervo represent Kentucky at the third lo congress of child welfare, and backbone enough (o say, "I will blck meets In Washington April 22 ipiil," and stick lo il. Tobacco User Repulsive to 27. They are: Mrs. J. N. Camden, of Versailles; Mrs. Kllxabeth Hanger, Them Is onu iiillucnrc of lobacco of Richmond; Mrs. Kdmund Post, of thai every one should understand. Paducah; Mr. Thomas J. Smith and II blunts the senses and makes 1110! Mrs. Mary Maglflln Sbackleford, of user careless of the rights and feel this city ings of others. The lobacco user will spit on sidewalks, Honrs of Labor Bill Defeated. public buildings, and even tin the The futl crew bill adrocated by the Honrs of private homes. He will alAssociated. Organisations of Railroad low cigarelto and cigar fumes to Conductors, Drakemen, Knglneers and blow in the faces of clean, decent Klrenen was defeated 43 to 33. Tbe measure provided for an extra brake-ma- people. He will force whoever hapfor a train of more than SO cars, pen to be near (o inhale the sickand a full crew of five men for every ening fumes of cigar, pipe, or cigtrain. It was opposed In a committee arette. He will lake no pains to report. remove tho bad odor that lingers about his person and clothing. Ho will I It i nk only of the gratification AT THE CAPITOL of his own selllsh appetite, and not of hii duly toward others. In fact, A kill Introduced by Senator Speer tobacco causes its user to care provides for tho removal of the state nb'olulely nothing for the museaa and tbe state geological sur- rights nml feelings of others, thus rey, exhibit from Islington to Frank- making bis presence offensive "to fort all who are not burdened with ilia tobacco habit. Now, a young man The commissioners of second-clascities are given power to regulate the ! Marling out to succeed in life canprice and quality of gas, electricity not afford to allow such a habit to and water furnished them by publlo capture him and lead him to deutility companies under a bill Intro- struction. duced by Senator Scott Cigarettes A Menace One great menace, to our country The bill Introduced by Senator young to provide a method of trying is the fact that everywhere Inebriates and the) registration of lad are taking up' tho cigarette their conviction to be used as proof habit. In cities and towns we see against persons furnishing or selling boys ten years old, and even youngIntnvlraHni- - llntinra In ttiam waa er, puffing away at the dangerous I tiorted favorahlv. cigarette. Even when told of the of Iho habit they destruetivencs Representative Den Johnson wrote will not lake heed, for they see to several members of the Kentucky men smoke legislature asking them to use their their fathers and other and prosper, and why can't they? Influence In obtaining an appropriation to place a statue of Gen. Simon They do not understand the fact Dollver Buckner In Statuary Hall at thai cigarettes are much more dethe national capltol. structive to young lads than they me to older people, do where you will in tbjs great country of ours, ami tbe trembling lingers, pale faces, True to Hr Training. t In- - new tnr iIImhv I squeaky oices, and blear eyes of "Where ercdi" aktil one ilimiuitle critic of mi- - young lads, tell tbe same pathetic story. This is a most serious blight other. j upon American boyhood; and it is "In a laundry." wiik (lie reply "Ah, well, .hv cim't forget her old i sapping the vitality from the youth calling. Bhe'a nmnuHtiK the part." of our nation. Anether Investigation, At a aequel to the apcech on tb floor of the senate br Senator Illte Ifuffaker, of l.oulsvlllo, In support of hli motion to make hla bill rotating to the payment of school teacher a apodal order of business, Henntor Hobcrt rt I n al-m- oit s H1I-dre- ih Another Great Bargain In a Farm e acres, with a pike One hundred and well fenced, well watered; thirty aeres in blue grass; eighteen acres in excellent wheal; and the balance in fine pasture land. fifty-nininter-seelin- g, Obstacle to Students Tho use of lobacco In nny way Is 11 mosl serious obstnelo to student ship. It dulls tho brain until tho cannot concentrate his student mind on his studies, The cigarette smoking student will sit down lo sludy, nml soon something will lead his hand nulomnlically (o roll nml light n cigarelte; and nlmosl be- -; fore bo knows it, ho is Indulging in the hnbit, forgetting all nbout Therefore, ho his lesson task. neglects the task; and when ho goes to class next day, lie does not know Ills lesson. Then be is looked upon by his classmates mid considered one of the dullards of (lie class. Why? Ilefauso he smokes cigar ell es. Pause a moment and think about II, hoys, when you are tempted to light a cigarelte and put il into your mouth. Think how it dulls your brain and saps tho health, strength, and vigor from your life. Think of Iho many llllhy and diseased mouths, from which has been cast the tobacco refuse, picked tip again in public places (o reappear in the innocent-lookin- g and cheap brand tobacco, which seems so pleasing lo you. Also, think of the terrible destruction to which cigarettes are leading you. Parents to Blame The cause or most tobacco using among young lads is parental anil' carelessness. The father will smoke before bis sou, ami alloy, him to keep bad company, (iilnkiiig that his son is "loo good to take up such a habit." However tho son takes up tho habit, and before the father is awaro of il, the habit has captured his son and is dragging him on to bis doom. Many a fnl her will sit in a room blue with lobacco smoke and ndviso his son not lo use tobacco. Now this cannot be done. If the father wants his sou to refrain from the uso of tobacco he must do il himself. $490,000,000 More for Tobacco Than Education. There is another side to the whole question of tobacco, and that A man bad is tbe lluancial side. just as well lake a twenty-dollbill from his pocket and burn it, as to spend il during the course of n year for tobacco. In fact, it would lie better for him to burn il than to spend it for tobacco. II would not hurl his health to burn Iho money; but it would hurt his health to smoke it up or chew it up in to bacco. The enormous sum of is spent annually? in Iho United Stales for tobacco, while only .St! 0,000,000 is spent for public education. Think of it. Kvery dol lar spent for bad tilings pulls us down, wlfile every dollar spent for good things lifts us up. Why not stop using tobacco and spend this WKi.ooo.tKH) of for improvement roads, advancement of education, betterment of churches, and im provement of sanitary conditions? A Remedy Now the tobacco habit can be broken. Some people may say it cannot; but it can, if Iho user will resolve to quit and stick lo his resolution. The llrst thing lo do is to resolve to quit. Tho next thing lo do is to go 011 a fruit diet. Eat nothing hut fruit three or four time a day. .Inst III! tip on it, but do not eat anything else, and it will kill the tobacco feeling. The fact of the case is, thai live hours after a person tills up on fruil, bo does not want lobacco. Till up 011 fruil. mil then tobacco will nol have room, Generally tho llrst day is all il lakes. Sometimes it takes a sec ond day for it, and sometimes three days. This is a simple plan for; quitting tobacco; and all who try Ibis plan, and who have nerve and backbone enough to slick to their resolution, will II ud that they can overcome the terrible tobacco habit. ar $800,-000,0- 00 UNION CHURCH TI10 Parish Houso was unable lo conlnln the nudienco Dial gathered lasl Sunday; somo left becauso thoy could nol llml scats. Tho need of a new plaro of worship Is becoming presslngly evident. Tho sermon by Dr. Goss of Cincinnati was listened to willi Interested allenlloii and profit. persons bevenleeu presented themselves for reception Inlo tho church, mostly upon confession of fnilh. Others will follow Inter as I he fruits of the revival. The topic for the mid-wemeeting Thursday night Is tho great prayer of St. Paul recorded in F.phesinns .1:11-2ek 1. BaKin6 Powder Is the Housewife's Greatest Help. light, flaky, fruit short cake or a delicate hot biscuit? ROYAL WHAT so tempting toasthe appetite a Royal makes the perfect short cake, biscuit and muffin, and improves the flavor and healthfulness of all risen flour-food- s. and short' cake more digestible and nutritious, at the same time making them more attractive and appetizing. Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for the preparation all the year round of perfect foods. Communion service fakes placo next Sunday according lo regular appointment. Tho front room of Iho Parish! House presents an attractive nn- pearance since its renovation this week. The weekly Hiblo class led by Ilurgess in this room ntlracts a largo number of Iho older people lo its interesting and profitable ses sions. The class now numbers over sixty. You arc invited. In Iho room above. Mrs. I). H. Rob- its meets with a Hiblo class of younger people thai is proving full or interest because of its animated discussion of helpful things. Como Mil 1011 will bo welcome. PRISCILLA CLUB ENTERTAINS It renders the biscuit, hot-bre- ad night." 'There was a sound of rovelry by Tho scene of tho festivities was on Tuesday evening at tho home of Mrs. W. H. Bowers, tho occasion tho annual jollillcalinn of the Prisciila Club, one of tho few occasions when the lonely, hungry, hankering, hollow-eyed husbands arc allowed lo attend. About forty guests clad in colon ial habiliments gathered to discuss Iho merits of Georgy's "cherry tree." Somo of the costumes were beauti ful, some grotesque. Mr. Hunt's pants were too tight, and Mr. Cal- fee's hair too loose but tho evening passed devoid of accident. The entertainment was unique and profitable; refreshments, abun dant nml excellent. Everybody de clared it the best meeting in the history of the club. RESOLUTIONS OF LITERARY JAILBIRDS. Authors Who Wrote Their Masterpieces Behind Prison Bars. Byron's famous poem, "Thp Prisoner of Chillon," is supposed to be written by Bonnirard, the Geneva patriot, while lie was incarcerated IN OUR OWN STATE (Continued rrom rrc One.) in the chateau of Chillon, on the shores of the lake. But the poem was renlly written at lightning speed while Byron was imprisoned by inclement weather for u night and a day in the neighborhood. Nevertheless some notable literary achievements hare been really written in jail, undoubtedly, the most outstanding being two of the world's greatest classics', "The Adventures of Don Quixote" and "The Pilgrim's Progress." If only those two books had belonged to the literature of captivity they would have been sufficient to make that literature distinguished and im- stock the Kentucky streams. The distribution will be made by tho Government Dureati of Fisheries about tho middle of April. And then wo will bo hearing more of those life fish stories! Women Admitted to the Bar After examinations held at Lagrange threo women wero admitted to the bar. It Is said that thoy passed especially creditable examinations. UNITED STATES NEWS (Continued from I'aru One.) RESPECT Whereas, on Feb. 10th, 1014, a beloved member of Capt. James West Post, G. A. R. was suddenly taken away from this world. Resolved: That in the death of Comrade Gadd tho post loses a faith ful and valued member, most high ly esteemed for his honest, clean and Christian life, and that our sympathies, aro extended to his afflicted wife and relatives. Resolved: That a copy of theso resolutions be furnished Tho Citizen with the request thai thoy bo published. LoVant Dodgo Geo. W. French S. Q. mortal. Thomas Cooper, tho Chartist, whose life reads like a romance and whose name is held in reverence by modern reformers, wrote a remarkable poem while he was lying in prison on account of iiis political agitation. This poem bears the remarkable title of "The Purgatory of Suicides," and when it was published it created a very considerable stir in the literary world, for it had emanated from the brain of a man who had begun life as a cobbler nod had made himself master of the Greek language and literature. Another remarkable poem written in prison "The Ballad of Heading Goal," by Oscar Wilde, whose extraordinary and most somber book, "De Profundi's," wu also written there. These two books are among the snddot records of tbe of literature. It ought not to be forgotten that one of the greatest letters oyer written was penned in a dungeon in Borne. This, is the epistle of St. Paul to the Colossians, a piece of literature, quite apart from its hi-- , crcd character, which is very hard to bent. It is ory teldom that a newspaper lias been edited from the inside of cell, but even this feat was accomplished by the late lamented W. T. Stead, who during the two months he spent in prison for an offense which many people condoned and which a number admired wrote scores of nrticlcs and practically conducted his paper. London Tit-Bi- t. 11 Blizzard Sweeps oyer Country , Tho wind and storm that covered tho middle west a few days ago travelled east doing considerable damage. Trains were stalled, railroads blocked, and wires blown down. In many of tho largo cities trafllc was stopped, fires broko out and families were rendered homo-les- s. New President of Johns Hopkins Dr. Frank Goodnow, who is a spo-ci- al adviser of the Chinese government in all matters pertaining to the constitution, has signified his acceptance of his election to tho ofllco of president of Johns Hopkins University. Ho was formerly professor of law al Columbia. Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson Dead-MrsIloberl Louis Stevenson, tho widow of tho famous novelist, died at her homo near Sanla Barbara, Calif., on tho 10th. She was born at Indianapolis and was tho first infant baptised by Henry Ward Becchor when he was pastor of tho Second Presbyterian Church. Her father was Jacob Vander Grift, al ono timo a leading citizen of Indianapolis. . Lainhart Committee, .ENTERTAINMENT The west end school gavo a Washingtbirthday exercise at the school house Saturday evening. II was attended by a largo gathering of patrons and well wishers of tho school. A spirit of patriotism overflowed tho program and many went away glad Iho country of Lincoln and of Washington was also their country. This program took tho placo of the regular community meeting which was delayed for a week. It l expected that Mr. Montgomery will address tho community meeting next time. on-Lincoln NOTICE. That tho firm of Hollldays, incorporated, is hereby terminated for tho purposo of winding up their busines-j- . AP persons owing said firm are directed lo call and settle their accounts at onco and oblige, G. D. Holliday, Pres. (ad) HON. M. J. FANNING They Didn't Stand. On this land is a good frame, good stock barn and out buildings. eight-roo- m dwelling; This is a real bargain and you will think so when you know that the price per acre is only $45.00, and can be delivered to purchaser at once. It will pay you to see Hicknell & Harris if you are interested in a good bargain in the way of a farm. Call on us if you are in the market for farm lands, town property, business properly or anything in real estate. Wednesday night Iho Chnpel was lllled willi a largo nudienco lo hear n temperance lecture by Hon. M. J. Funning of Philadelphia. Mr. Fanning' is an old friend in He re a nml he found an appreciative nudienco. Ho was insistent and logical in his demands thai this "curso of, our home, enemy of our God and throat or our nation" must go. Ho very completely refuted tho accusation that "prohibition docs nol prohibit" hy placing tho blamo for Iho falluro of dry territory to slay dry on tho licenso liquor business in other territory. Mr. Fanning is doing much good and il is hoped that tho day is nol far distant when prohibition will bo nation wldo. Following tho lecture, many peo- -, plo signed tho pledge. ; BOOK WANTED ! iiiz.ical uu, "I bclictc I 11111 justilied in iiciliug tluit nine women mil of ten pieclicully piopost to the men they become engaged to. As tcit I would sk nil married men in the audience whoo popped (lie question t them to rise." There was mbdued rustle in tin auditorium, and in tbe deio silenci tlnit ensued could be heard sibilant feminine whisperi- - in concert, "Just London An you dure tiind up!" in a 11 11 wive-virtual11 "Indeed." the Iclluier went 01 MAKE MONEY SELLING OUR NEW BOOK "THE PATH TO POWER." (By hev. Chas. Sparfeon Knight.) Others aro doing so. Ono agent wcr. Whirt tha Blame Rested. "1 lilume the nuioiiiohile for f my trouble." Hint:--" nio-- Bicknell (& Harris Dealers in Real Estate BERJlA KENTUCKY ... If anyone who reads this para- graph happens lo possess ti copy of an old book entitled "History of tho F.manoipators in Kentucky, 1807-13- ", or who knows of n copy anywhorc, will comnumloalo with Miss Corwin, librarian of Horoa College, the favor will bo appreciated. highly esteemed article of diet while an English cook of the mid"How's "If I liailn't owned one I don't dle ages tells us that: "In parts ol believe mv wife would ever have Asia and Africa the olipliant it Kgyp-tian- s contented to lie mine." Chicago eaten, not as the Itoman and were wont to do, sparingly and Heconl-llernlonly us pertained to his fecte, trunks and tayle, all of which were An Expensive Chef. Knicker - Why ilid von dUehargi great delicacies, hut his entire carcass is carved and consumed." Hie cook? Bockcr-S- he In the fifteenth century mcatt cooked .ueh goo uionls that my wife asked me for i such us crane, heron, peacock, teal, zown bfter each one. New Vorl swun, porpoise and whale were everyday dishes. sua. d. l Old Time Dainties. We have it on the authority o( Aristotle, .Martial und Pctronitis that in their time a dormoiw properly fattened and cooked was u who has been working but a short timo has taken orders for 100 books. You can do tho same. Notico our liberal rates to agents given below; Tho book contains 221 pages and to illustrations, and touches ovory pbaso of lifo from the cradle to tho gravo. Tho chapter on Sanitation and Health, and the bulletins on canning vegetables and raising corn alone are worth many times tho price of tho book. Besides all this it contains much valuable information on tho subjects of Farming, Fruit Temperance, Growing, Heredity, Habit forming and Homo making, and closes with two strong sermons and a most interesting supplement. The book sells itself. PriceSc. Special prices to agents. 20 books, $3.00 1.00. 10 books, S books, .00. .50. 2 books, Sent at our oxponse. (Address Tho Citizen und sond (ad) monoy order or stamps.) Pago Six. i inn? (wlrltni! his eye- I Cy Whittaker's Place By JOSEPH C. LINCOLN Copyright, loot, by D. Appleton O Co. Atkln want t toy Cy Whittaker' plc. Cr uneipeet-Mi- r returm to hi boyhood home. Every on In Banort venerate ana icept Cy. Atklni orpose fear Atkln lbs lectlon of MUi Phoeb Dawe et teacher. Cy champion rhob Dawn acalnst Atklni, and in la elected teacher. Cy housekeeper. nail" Mrs. natly as Deasley. Emily Mr. Cy discharge Icharda Thoma, atfd tight. arrlvea at Cwi-:tn- SYNOPSIS. I If man l I "la'an orphan and hai coma to live with him. although h. did not Invite ber CylifurloMB, but he grow fond of her and keep her. H nickname her "Do n. him. aad (be learn to lovean3 Captain Cy v "His Thoeb Dawe mlly from an ugly row. The captain amir th teacher. Captain Cy. to help Thoeb. decide to van a a candidate for memberablp on 4S tchool committee. Captain Cy InVil 'CongreMman Atkln' te Emllv' birthday party, and th decide to accept. Congressman Atkln gel a evere hoek when he learn the last nam and Identity et th girl Emily. A mytterlou trangr arrive .at Cy Whlttakertuilace. Th tranger attack THIss Tboebe. ana Captain Cy rescue her after a cen of omlderable violence. A temprtt,ou town meeting occur. Congressman Atkln .makea the mysterl-- u itranger hi friend. The latter turn eat to be a drunkard, on Thoma. who to th father of little Emily. Captain Cy la defeated for school commtf eloner. A fight occur oetween Captain Cy and Thoma. Legal trouble rle over Captain Cy'i guardlanhlp of Emily. Miss Phoebe visit the Widow Beasley. Phoebe Investigates some mattera pertaining to the past. "Captain Cyc5nf rontf "XTWIns. Atkln confeaae that he ha robbed little Emily of thousand of dollar. Captain Cy returns homr. 'Tm going lo call a doctor." lie began, rising. Hut Captain Cy wared kirn buck again. "Set still!" he ordered. "Set still. I tril you! You say the whole seventy-flV- e thousand was paid to Ileuian, but that John Tlinyer signed the bill of sale afore lie died as half partner and yoor dad's got the original deed and nd lie remembers Hie whole business?" ed. It's "Ves. lie's got tlie on record, too. of course. Remembers? I should xay lie did! He'll talk for a week on that subject If you give him a chance." The captain sprung to his feet. Ills chair tipped backward nnd fell to the floor. An obsequious waiter ran to right It, but Captain Cy paid no attention to 111 ni. "Where's tny coat?" he demanded. "Where's ray coat nnd hat?" "What ails you?" asked Everdean. "Are you going crazy?" Goln" craxy? No. no'. I'm goin to California. When's the next train?" law-takdeed-fram- I 4 .1 "All right. Helmut, all right," was ami sat thlnllnir glasses nt the i'lid of their I. lack mrd i he i aim answer. "I don't say yon've seemed to In' nut of pit to come. I only say I guess oii'd His thought The lines iiltoui Ills heller. I'm piln' back to ItayiMrt to. the pleitsanlest mouth had deepened durlni; the last morrer early. And If I was yon I'd nine nnd see me hinlctil." few months. He looked older you, nor do "I bate no wish o The telephone bell rung sh.irplj. Mr Atkins emiie out of his reverie with u I cure to talk nlth you further. Tha start, arose nnd walked iieiiw the It ain't all iip!iroiriallon ' room to the wall where the InsTitiueiit "Then I cannot inidcrstitnd"-"- I hung ll was liefotv the ili.ys of tin I've Know, hut I understand. convenient desk plume, lie lttl, ilic receiver from Its book mid spnk hit" line to understand oiislder'ble liiany I Itillivs In I he last foruil't. There! the transmitter can't holler Inio litis iiiiiclilue iiny loin. "Hello:" he mild "Hello; Yc. What N It?" cr l"e his'ii clear m lo I'rlseo mid Stop ringing The wire buzzed and purrel in tn h.i' k III eleven ilays. mid I got old In storm "Hellor wild n voice "iiciio Iho.e hles.iil slivplu' nrs, I" The fell from the conifcs" there! is this Mr. Atkins' houeV mans Ii.iimI it nil a dlfllcult oli t "Yes; It is. What do you wiint"; "Hey? Is this where the lion. lie. lo pit k tipimalu iteinan groed fot it In n lillinl. strangely luadeipiate way man Atkins lives?" Yes. yes. I tell you! This is Mr At k'et lie wished to nsnver It very mil ll. What do yon want? "Wall! Wall." lie shoiitisl auxloiislv kins speaking mi "I- -I I dropped the Are on ttier Oh! Is Hint you. Ileuian? Pinter, Wlilitaker? Are you Oh. yes! t Is Whlttnker- - Cy Wlilttnker I ld you say cr I'rlsisi?" didn't stand?" "Ye. Snn I "run Ism, California l"e Mr. Atkins understood Yei for mi ll Instant lie did not reply. He had uel on a llllle, crtile. Intcrc--n' .Hi It's mi i .1 thinking as be sat by I be lire of -- cr Intcrestln' lime Well. I'm Ifc.ii t llilllk nnd certain ugly though place tain m ciiii't coin.' IiihmI ti lull t " Now. from n orrv remote mysterious somewhere, one of I hose M:tlf" faltered t'h- - ureal limn " I persons wus speaking to him. The I lei too think 'jrtis I do 1. I wish hand holding the receiver shook mo to e.'in cr ami: un In thN nnnter It U not me to visit ni) mentnrlly. Hello! I. suy. II email, do you un iiilltllllells. hilt dill I ll.ive no ell dcrstnnd? This is Whlttnker lalkln'. I i - i ' i . this c- iiiil'. anil V" are not ro j on ihcrv Hello' veil ami r understand." said Hie eon"I e grcssman slowly. "Well, sir?" Itello' Why . nin'ct the Ves, I till) collie I'll come think "I'm here In Washln ton. rr at on e '" "I have been Informed thai you wen one lo pr nr Well, sir?" The lelcpli"tie In U' city "Oh knew I was here, did you? N csli lu :t si,ir i;ne Yei lo Ileuian In Mklni IhiH iil- - i that so? Who told you? I ml wrote l tils iiaiitl tc t suppose, hey?' the 'lbfir It Is "fore! mil mid Ms liralr whirling The congressman did not reply 1m '' v'l February 26 --" - 1814. T difference lo nie wTietTicr you cnnic or not. But. honest, you've got to be a kind of Bntikcr Hill monument to Hie folks back home. They kneel down nt your foundations and look up nl you and tell raeh other how many fool high you nre and what It cost to build you nnd how you stand for patriotism I couldn't see you and purity tumble down without glvln you a chance to explnlii- -l couldn't. Twnuld be like lilowlu' up a eln.reli." till-well. I I THIRTEEN AT TABLE ji' r A It-e- s -- tosstlcs. "; rr 1 - CHAPTKIt XXI. HI! purple had left Congress face, but the man Atkins spcfchninklug hahlt Is not likely to Ih broken. "Cyrus Whittaker. he stammered, "have you been drinking? Vonr lanWhy guage to me Is abominable. permit myscir to remain here and lis . ten to snob" "If you'll keep still I'll tell you why. And If 1 was you I wouldn't be too auxlous tn llml out. This everlastln' cold don't make tne over and above good teniNrsl, nnd when I think of what you've done to that little girl, or vi lint you tried to do, I have to bold myself down tlght-tlg- ht and don't you forget It! Now you keep quiet . and listen It'll bo liost for you. Your cards ain't under the table any longer. I've seen your hand, and I know why you've lieen play In' It. I know the whole game. I've west, and Kverdenn aud I have had a 1 Ik-c- cir-lilt- v.-- ve.-u--s p:i'-e-- ttr. I,0 ou naut 10 "" ' be said, with chilling dignity. "It apI prepears to have been trustworthy. " " " sume you have phoned me concernf.nl. .1 v . r v. in.11 ..ii tuiuiraii. sa..i tliin rnlna nr Ilia IiIlT ing tbe appropriation mnttcr. I do not white bund MirxJ out ns he clutclietl recognize your right to Intrude In that from the Atkins library, and Captain the ann of hH chair. The monument rtli ill tit. . ten III"Mil I"! Ill affair, and I shall decline to discuss W. 1.. l ... - -- ...i il... t.s.stti feiillfifnr lit . n o iviiitioa .t It. Yes. sir; to my people, to those I am who have a right to question. Evenin". Ilemnn." he said ns the .continued and shall always be willing to explain mc "cuse l'Poso I can "Pretty dirty "- -! congressma i. red my position. Good night." old What we'd call a for you at the beglnnln . When "What! Hello! Hold on a minute. night, ain't It? bought rnan Everdean and his crowd Kit down back home. Don't gft mad. Hcmnn. I only want- gray way back (CoprTli ht. 1111. by W. Q. ChapmanJ my not gettin" up. This! you nnd John Thayer on ed to say Just a word. You'll let me Don't mind arrangement feels mighty ' there In "&l. after John died, and all hcatln" gay n word, won't you?" I get loo far the money was put Into your hands now RELICS OF PONCE DE LEON This was more like It This was comftable Just ahivnr If iteitik t.lai.ks 1 cal'late you was houest then. I , fnim it i iiiv more nearly the tone in which Mr. Atyou meant to hand wouldn't wonder If Take off your things." Collection of Extraordinary Interest, kins was wont to be addressed. It loose. Atkins did not remove bis over- . over the $37..V to your partner's wld Sir Belonging to Illinois Man, Haa v was possible that the man. recognizing ow. nut 'twas nanirr unti more hat he tossed on the i Been Enriched. tbe uselessness of further opposition. coat. His fearfully af his cuianloi to send money east in them days than He'gJanccd desired to surrender. had beeu so 'tis now. aud so you waited, thlukin" tatter's, greeting A collection of relics, not related In "I cannot," declared the honorable, The nnd everyday that he took cour- maybe that you'd fetch It to Emily any way, but each object of which Is understand why you should wish to casualAnd the captain looked anything when you come yourself. But you age. particularly Interesting tn Itself. Is speak with me. We have very little but formidable as he hugged the null didn't come home for soihc years; you that of Michael lloblnion of Shawnee-towIn common, very little, I'm thankful ntnr. Tertians tli ncs were not so nun went, traiiin iion b.ouk hu- III., to whose treasures was re1 say. However. I will bear you as he had rean a. lie resoiveu, noi io and around that way. to Hint's how cently added a piece of the coma In briefly. Oo on." reasoned It out these last few days on seem alarmed, at all events which Ponce do Ieon was burled In Well. Heman, I "Much obliged. "Have a cigar. Heman?" said Cup the train. I gle you credit for beln' tbe old cathedral st San Juaa, Porto only wanted to say that I thought tain Cy. "No? Well. mII right: I will honest first nloug. ! Rico. maybe you d better have a little talk if you don't mind." you was j "But never rnlnd whether When the leaden coffin of the exwith me. I'm here at the hotel, the since. You He lit the cigar The congressman or not you haven't plorer was examined before It was CHAPTKIt XX. Regent. You know where 'tis, I pre cleured Ills throat nirer nnlil over a rent of that poor transferred from the old cathedral to you'd likely. I uc IJpitu: Hon Humanhi Atkins sat in sume down andguess me." better come "Cvrus" lie said. "I nm not call IC.llT a niton, I. -. .....HA. t tin- t tA. I nun.muijt the new one. It was found to be In see Washington right the library of customed to run nt the beck and longed to Ills heirs and belongs to 'cm a rery poor condition. So Iniecure homo before a snapping log Heman gasped, actually gasped with of my but even I B0Wa you've hung on to It. stole It, i did It apepar that It was decided a 1 1 Bre reading a letter. Mr. Atastonishment. though we have disagreed of late. ngcJ )t for yours. And Emily worked new coffin should be provided. The kins bad, as he would bare expressed 'I bad better conic and see you? I even though to me your conduct seenu -- n(i ncmtehcd for n llvln" and died ' old one was then discarded and cat It, "served his people" in congress for Well, sir well! I nm not accustom- - nUlte u n Just I liable, still for the mike ' beln" ..id xturv. she died after which were given to perI Into pieces, o many years that be had long since ed- "and an,. deserted by that cussed of our boyhood friendship..... tnvuiisj Knew What You're Thinking of sons of prominence who attended the . . .. 'ti . . . stage of living at the .i passed the hotel ,vnu yoo iuoukui "I know, but I think you'd better. you are no. nm Father." UUSballil or liers. cathedral ceremonies. Cardinal Farcapital. He rented a furnished house It's dirty weather, and I've got cold i ral'l.ite. Cnptalu Cy coughed spasmodically, a rml ... ,af And then ley, who was In charge- - of tbe celebra- n an eminently respectable street, and somehow or other. 1 ain't feel In' quite cough that to lie tearing him nos-- lUni up right In your own town, gravy, the potatoes seemed ready to tlon. gave one of these pieces to the polished doorplale bore his name up to tbe mark, so I cal'late I'll stay to pieces. He looked nl his cigar re- - , , . n,.r0Bt road from you! By melt Inside their Jackets, tha celery Cspt O. P. Townsend, who command- in uncompromising characters. In port much ns I can. You come grelfully an-- l laid it on the top of the tlje ,)lc ,PiK.ri if enough to make a was crisp and dainty, the olives I ea me gusra or nonor ior me oaaj. I The library furniture was solid and right down. I'll be In my room, and radiator, does ' gleamed lusciously, and there waa an t.m Aimit-iit- v i. it. ' ..ii dignified. Its businesslike appearance tbe hotel folks '11 tell you where 'tis. ,,, ..raichtculn' out such inviting sparkle of cut glass and all- - t M rtoblneon to add to hla already "Too bad." he olcrved. "Tobacco . . Impressed the stray excursionist from I'll be wnltln' for you." . interesting collection. gcn'rally lies up my taiKin macninerj. iUngn wi,oll s humans bungle 'c- m- verware. the Atkins district when he or she visJust aa old Isaac took up tbe carv- From eons and eons further back Mr. Atkins breathed hard. In his but Just now It seems to make me i It Is so! ited tbo great man in whose affairs we present . ... frame of mind be would bare bark like a shlpV dog shut up In (he i itmnn. , what era hla wife held up her hand. ane ex. ' i th. hl.lorr of this continent comes felt such a personal interest, rartlc liked to deliver a blast Into that trnns hold. Why. yes. Heman. I see you ve "We are thirteen st table, interesting relic which Mr. f. M I . .. . .' J U i.mi. " A n Im ularly Impressive and significant were .1. . come. Much ot.nged to you. o,n nlill.l ron'il sto ( tUnt money. iro.ii uooinon wrurr. m. uiuca ui auu- a map of the district hanging orcr the I ooar it0Be bearnt; the clear Imprint of the Each looked at the olfier. This iiolltenesH wi.x still more was coin"' to be under your face and congressman s desk and an oil paint Atkins leaned back In his eyes 11 yon or she did. 1 cal'late you believed In the fooUsn legend or ais - , numn fool. It was taken from "The .... lng of the Atkins mansion at Bayport, ..,-- .,,.1 wa, ,ini.linv tht discovery Rocks." a short distance from chnlr and crossed Ills legs. om. was afraid Id find soiucinin which, with the Iron dogs and urns you i cast a gloom over tho gathering. "I presume." he ald. "that you wish I but over the border Unet conspicuous in its foreground, occupied I !. nrhavln.'Vulte the to ask concerning the appropriation. the neighIt To Kentucky.that Is believed In Is that of middle. of the largest wall space. the like regret" borhood the Imprint reverence for you that tbe rest of the "Who bellevea was very comforting The cheery lire prehistoric man. "You ueeiln't. I guess we'll get Ihe Bayportcra might bo sharp (know? on a night like this, for the sleet was , mell a rat. I But old Rebekah had been falling. A third era of the continent's hisappropriation." driving against the wlndowpanes, the and to continue with the meal seemed tory, that which brings the collection Hcmun'x condescension vanished. He Perhaps you suspicioueu mi i sidewalks were aukle deep In slush, leaned forward aud uncrossed his legs. tbe Everdeaus. Anyhow you wanted Impossible. If this was to be her last down to the modern world, la repreand the wet, cold wind from the Po "Indetsl?" he said slowly, bis eye to get the "child aa fur out of your New Year's dinner each would feel sented by an old silk revolutionary tomac was whistling down the street. Jumped flag. fixed on the captain's placid face. algbt and out of my bands is you like a murderer. Meyer Seldllts Somewhere ubout the house an un "Yes Indeed." so? And when her out of his chair. could. Ain't that fastened shutter slammed in the gusts. "I'll get somebody to make tha fourHa Capitulated. "Whlttnker. what nre you tnlklng dad turned up you thought you saw Mr. Atkins should bare been extremely 1 have Hla wife met him at the door, says your cbancc. Hcmnn. you answer me teenth," he aald. about? Do you upiose that as be sat there by the fire. comfortable "Whom?" atked Rachel. with Chicago-RecorHerald, ills dintbe been the representative of my people this: Ain't It part of your bargain He had spent many comfortable win "The first person I meet." answered ner had been waiting for thirty minIn congress all these years without Thomaa that when be gets his little ters in that room. But now there was Meyer, and departed amid ahouta of utes, but she waa smiling aweetly. knowing whereof I speak? They left girl he shall take ber and clear out. a frown on bis face as be read the let Her hair waa done up In a becoming the matter In ray hands, and your In- away off somewheres. for good? Ain't approval. ter in bis baud. It was from Simpson Old Isaao put down tha carvers and style, and she looked ten yeara youngIt now-whterference" and stated, amoug other things, that Ighed deeply. I'm goln" er than usual. "I ain't goln' to Interfere. The monument was swaying, waa Cyrus Whittaker bad been absent from "I know what you're thinking of, Skra put her armi around hla neck, to leave It In your hands too. And I swinging from side to side, but It did Bayport for over two weeks and that then. The congress- father," aald R&chsl, patting hla hand. drew hla head down and kissed htm cal'late you'll be uble to find a way to not quite fall-n- ot no one seemed to know where be had aweetly. get It. Um hum. I guess likely you man's cheeks hung flabby, bis fore- "Poor Lawrence 1" gone. "The idea seems to be that lie Isldor and Abraham exchanged "(Jive me your hat and coat," ahe head was wet. aud he shook from bead will." Washington." wrote Tad started for waa tho black sheep said. "I will bang them away, for I glances. Lawrence reih HAND. "but If that Is so It is queer you haven't hie nixuvEit UkU a fuomtueconoriws- The visitor rose to his feet.. The to foot. But hi' clinched his Jawa and of tha family. Success had never come can see that you are tired. Have you seen him. I mn suspicious that be Is time had come for another blast from made one Inst attempt at defiance. "I- -l don't know what you mean." to him. Time and again bis father or had a hard day at tha office, dear?" up to something about that harbor mlttor which would cause the person Olymitus. He raised the mighty right seem to be ac- hla brothers had made food defalca"Yes," he replied. "I'm all fagged ho declared. "You-y- ou business. 1 should keep my eye peeled at tbe other end of the line to shrivel arm. But Cuptaln Cy sKke first. stealing. I tion and dishonesties on hla part un out." under Its heat But be. was a politi4 If 1 waa you." "Sit down. Heman." said the captuln cusing me of sometblng-- of embattled a Do you understand who 1 til at last Lawrence had "I'm sorry, but never mind. I feel Alicia, the Atkins' hopeful, rustled cian of loug training, and be know quietly. "Sit down. This ain't town believe. repularea aum of money from a builneta sure that things will take a turn for that such blasts were sometimes ex- niectln'. Never mind the appropriation am? I hare some Influence and Into the room. ha worked. Isldor had "Papa." she said. "Pre come to kiss pensive treat. It might be well to now. There's other mattera to be talk- tation, and It Is dangerous to to try to frm for whichposition. He paid cheer- the better soon. I've got a surprise frighten roe. Prm.rs are required In got him that for you the maid haa prepared a 'nice bear what his enemy had to say. But ed about first. Sit down. I tell you." night." you good fully, but Lawrence had received alz chlchen stew, the kind you like so Her father performed the ceremony as to going to see him that was out. Mr. Atkins was purple In tbe face, lajk audi' month' Imprisonment. He bad written well. Shall I run upstairs and get of the ipicHtion. (TO IK COirTIJTVlB. In a perfunctory way. but be sat down. The captain coughBitlful letters to his parents and brotn- your slippers?" "I do uot." he thundered "I do not ed ngaln. "Heman," be began when "All .right, all right." he sad. "Now ' era after hla release, hut nobody had "Never mind, little woman,'', he reH Ducksd. run along to bed aud don't bother me care to continue this conversation. If the spasm waa over. "I asked you to hla Into nie plied, pushing u ood girl. 1 wish," he added -- If you wish to see me. after what come here loulght for well, blewted If yu have explained to your trusted bey'sagain or answered hlav. et, "how much hla hand want?" pock"Then ' no good," laidor decMrad 'Tha do you JaetUy to the housekeeper, who had fol has taken place between us, 1 am will- I know exactly. It didn't make much Cauco that you will bring no dowry?" emphatically. "He's just crooked, hy Ml wUb ing, in spite of H.rsonal repugnance, .Jusrexl Alicia Into the rooni-"Certainly." difference to me vhetberyou came or nature." Ark-ale- . you'd see lo that loose blind It makes to grant you a brief Interview. My uot." "What did he nay to that?" "A bad lot." Abraham slibea. Inqultltlve Little Roy Were you la Such tblugs as that servants will admit you here at ,0 me nervous. swore that It wan" a matter of "lie "Then. sir. I must say that of all "MtU." MM Rachel, ''those. Ulana tha ark?" should be atteuded to without specific o'clock tomorrow morning. But I (ell the luipudfut" Indifference to him." a largely n matter of temptation. I Peevish Old Qentleman No, ot you now that your Interference with "Alid how has he conducted himself think ha ought to have had one mora orders from me." b. for the land sakes! Speech course I waan't. housekeeper promised to attend this upproprlailon matter Is us useless makln' mutt be at bad as tbe rum hab- tlnce then?" The Inquisitive Little Doy Well, why "I don't know He Iihs uever come to the blind. Hue and tbe girl left the as It Is ridiculous und Impudent, ll Is it when a feller's got It chronic as "No," said Marcus, emphatically, "I weren't ysn drowned, then? Leaaon library. Ilemau reread the Slmpsou of a piece wlih the reel of your New. No; It didn't make inuiji back."-Chlcu- go J.9U have. to rtraggl for nearly tan yann Tailor. had letter. Tbenjie djojiped.lt, Injhls laj) I mediately. This man. whom be disliked more than 'any one else In the world, had an irritating faculty of putting hLs finger on the truth. And tbe flippancy in the tone was maddening, ll r. Atkins was not used to flippancy. I Jtelleve I am not called upon to disclose my source of information." couldn't tn! It must be a coincidence! He had been un Idiot to display his Igltntloit aud surrender so weakly. And yet and yet The ride through the storm to the BegeM hotel gave him opportunity for lint he gained little more though. If It was a comfort from thinking coincidence well and good. If no- thim to the A bellltoy "...dueled Whlttnker nnm. on the saloon deck." . rTr-cin- why you imi so kno'.ketl over whn you learned who llos'n was the night of the party. 1 know why you took un with that blackguard Thomas and wny yu'Te spent yoHr good money , hlrln' lawyers for nun . m.uw .i....... know t e w'loh; t . g e mine Mr Atkins bail again nen from the chair. Nhw he fell henvlly back Into it. Ills lips moved as If he meant to At the mention l peak, but he did not. of the inline lie mnde n ;neer ehokl. c sound In his throat "I know the whole business. Hp. nan." went .mi the captain. "I know talk." TA - m. 111 . - Try1r7,,,;n,rvet0can ec-o- y PRANK FILtON. Althouah the New Year of hla dwn people was celebrated more than three) months earlier. Isaac Mandelstamm re joiced in keeping festival upon the New Tear of the nation of which be felt himself to be an Integral part It waa more than forty yeara since he had arrived from flussla and opened a little tailor's shop on tha lower East aide. His sona and daughters had prospered and bad moved uptown, but old Isaac and his wife Rebekah still lived In the modest tenement In which their children had been born and had grown to manhood and womanhood. Every December 31 there waa a reunion like this one. Abraham and his wife Yetta had motored down from their country home near Yonkers, with their children, Morris and Frank, part owner of a department store, had brought his wife and daughter. teacher, had Rachel, the school brought her fiance, Meyer Seldlltt; and there were Philip, the rising young lawyer, and Marcus, tha architect, who had only begun to prosper after several years of obscurity. Only one child waa absent Lawrence, the youngest, and tbe Benjamin of hla father's old age. No matter what the passing year had brought forth, each child of the aged couple made It a point of honor to pay respects to his parents by dining with them In the little flat. Every body looked forward to this annual gathering. They were the hspplest people In the world as they took their placea at the table. Isaac, a hale octogenarian, sat at the table, wearing bis black skull cap, and began sharpening the carving knife. At the foot his wife sat facing him. her wrinkled face smiling, her eyes beaming with lovo aa aha gated upon her children. Abraham, the financier, and I si dor, the mer chant, fraternised on equal terms with Marcus, who was Just begtnnlng to emerge above the horlton Of success, and Rachel and Philip, who had not seen each other for months, were so preoccupied that Meyer SeidllU felt a pang of Jealousy, In spite of the fact that they were brother and sister. Tha turkey waa sizzling In Its rich brown ill-do- r, before I couM even be assured at. Mr next month's rent earning In.' rfoM la hid. bee Ii bad. Don't you area with me, rhlllp?" Philip stirred uneasily in bis caair. Ha looked toward hit mother. Tha smiles had gone from her fea aad tears were streaming down heir withered cheeks. "I wish the bor were here." nrai out old Isaac "Ha ought to h4e baa more chance. He's paid for hla My. Don't cry, mother. I'm going to wa eaa. htm aad tell him to. I do something for him yet." "Well," said Abraham, reluctantly, "maybe one chance mar, nut who ars M would employ hlmT Who'd give him chance, with inch a character as he's got?" "I will," aald Iildor. I'll una ma on in my store ir ne reauy raeaaa 10 run straight." "I knew you would. Iildor," saM Ra chel, patting her brother's band. "Well, I didn't quite mean what I lay," admitted Marcus. Alter an, aea our brother, aad one ought to aland by one's own through thick and this." "That's right." said Philip. "Be sides, this Is New Year." "Children." said old Isaac, addressing the bearded men In vehement tones, "I itand by what PhH aayk. This la New Year, and no matter what haa happened during the past year, aTT of you meet here as frlendi and la a"fB . Cheer up, mother tual forgiveness-I'm going to And that boy, coat .what It may. and do the right thing by Mat." "And he shall start In with me at onae," aald Isldor. a "0e. that turkey smells goodl aatd little Frank. "Why don't wa begin, pat" "I wish Meyer would hurry up." aald Rachel: and Just, then they heard Meyer Beldlltx come bounding op the talrs. Outside the door he halted and a heated discussion appeared to be taking place. Meyer Bung the door wide opest aad tha altercation changed to a ecuMa. "Here he la," he yelled triumphantly. aa If he He Tint man I met. saw looks standing him wants a meal I near the water front, looking aa thongh he was about ready to throw himself In. Come In, you donkey. Don't you understand that you're invited to dlnncrr He dragged him Inside. "Lawrence!" cried each one. rlaiag: and then there waa a scrimmage, to get to the fugitive. But old Rebekah had him In her arms, and she waa crying ojer him. as though he were a child again. , - im-- tij ( n, mm h I III III au,, ., sis-mc- ,, I ,.,, ... rn,n , .. v.,m. 1 ..... V1 .... I BhfJW-neetow- Kuha, Tllvi 1. at?" , - "3-s-- h 9 February 2d, 1014. TUB CITIZEN. Pago Seven. A Cmer for Wmmh Daddy's Bedtime Story- The Gapoozic , tHMUC KT DSdertvd ffOflk fWw'dTt Magnesia, a city of Lydla In Asia Minor, wh're the peculiar raegaetlb properties of the' bra of Iron kaown aa lodeatene ware flrat discovered. SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door - And the Fairy Queen's Birthday. Versa lor This Week. Ill thai Hit Momcs Is our pood. And unblessed good In III; And nil I rlphl Hint seems most wrotur. If It t)V Ills SWIM'I will. -- !. V. Fnlior. "LET US ALL BE UP AND DOINOI" Nolo: The following intorrsllnff account Is taken from llio Farm nnd I'irosldo. In thu year 1W8 my husband nml I moved from Kentucky to Illinois Alt llw Idea (as wages were better Wvre) of earning enough money to niiroliaso a liomo. Tlio "Iden" nnd, le.s tlltin llvrt ilollnrs In cash were nhV.nl nlmiit all tlio slock ill hand to Afler renting n cheap begin with. house. In n village we set to work at anything (o he found to do. During harvest lime my husband wont with a thresher gang nnd helped stack straw. Occtilonnlly he painted n house, nnd duritu? thu winter months ho worked hs n section hand on the railroad, while I took In washing, sewed carpet strings, anil so forth. We stayed there n lillo morn. than n year anil saved nolliliiK. of course, hut found a place to work on n farm dollars per month, nt twenty-liv- e w ith htiue, garden, orchnrd nnd cow furnished. A Good Broom and Two Brave Hearts TJio, house was a very poor one. Sometimes I was obliged to sweep the snow from my kitchen floor before I could get breakfast for the hired men. We slaved In this crazy ytrucluro for two years, then our landlord had it torn away nnd built a good, comfortable house. Wc only lived in it one year though, for wo had saved live hundred dollars during llioe three years. Wo rented one hundred and sixty ncres of this plaro land from the snmo-Jiiahad very good buildings on il, and ilollnrs wc hail to pay seventy-fiv- e a year "privilege rent." This included the houo, garden, orchard, nnd six or soen acres of pasture- land. Wo sowed twenty acres to oats nml the remainder in com, which was all cultivated and hauled to the elevator at our own expense, the owner of the land getting one-ha- lf We paid for two tlio proceeds. spans of mules nnd nno old horse, and went in ilebt for two horses nnd a number of farming Implements, buying most of them at sales and getting twelve months' limo in which to pay for them. However, we got them all paid for and had hhiio money left in the bank tlio .second year. The third year wo again had good crops, so wo decided (o sell out and nl least make a payment on a homo of our own. Eyes That Could See the Future. Wo had saved, on. an average, llvu hundred dollars each year for three years. Afler selling horses and farming. Implements nnd drawing out what wo had in the bank, wc hnd JusWwo thousand dollars. W-- wished to live in a good community, for wo now had three boys to educate, so we decided to move back to the laud of our birth, down in old Kentucky, "where the grass Is always blue," within two and ir miles of the famous, little eollego (own of Herea. We bought llfty ncres of thin land Wo farm. nnd a badly run-dohad only enough monoy left to buy n little Jersey cow and nino hens. Hy going in debt for an old brood dollar' niaro wo had n soventy-ilv- o inula coll to sell thnt fall. The first thing my husband did in tlio way of improvements for our now hoipe was to break rock for sixty days on n new lurnplko running past our farm. Ho did litis without pay, for it raised the. valuo of his farm. The Reward Wo now havo thoroughbred fowls, mid some years I sell more than one hundred dollars' worth of chickens. I.asl year I started in to raise turkeys with live White Holland turkey lions. I sent to Ohio for n gobbler to male with them so I could bo suro they were not inbred. In tlio dollars' fall 1 sold oighty-sove- n worth of turkeys. This year I kepi soven turkey bens, and if nothing serious happens I can sell ouo hundred nnd llfty dollars' worth this fall. Wo keep all the nicest heifer calves, and now have llvo duo Jor- u; np-ha- "Many happy returns," (he falrlee erfed. "Of T was the day before the fairy uuecn's birthday." said daddy. courso (lio fnlry quocti I nlwnys young nnd Is tienlitlful. Slio hits a birthday, as nil the little fnlrle Insist upon Imvlnx some dny, In which they rnn imy bcr special compliments. They love to plnn for a birth day party. Somehow, though, this time they hnd thought 'and thought apd had not tcen nolo to think up anything. "Well, flt lust, when nothing hnd leen settled and the fairies were becoming rather discouraged. It wns decided thnt n committee of six fairies was to be chosen nml thnt they mint decide whnt wns to Ih done. "So the sU ftilrles who were chosen went olT Into the woods. Through an opening In the woods one 'of the fairies saw a rery unnsunl thing and called the other fairies, saying. 'I see such n strange looking creature In that ralley over there go over to him and sre If he run suggest uuythlng.' said onother fairy. "So the sli fairies lifted their silver wings and alighted In the valley very near where tin- - utrange looking creature was standing. He proved to be a funny little old man with n very solemn face. "Who nreyoiil' asked the fairies. "Tin the Cnpoozlc.' the old man answered. "Wo never heard of you. Where do you live- - with the real iwople or by yourself In the woods? by myself where It Is nice "'in the daytime I live In this vnlley-nlwand sunny, and at night I sleep In the wox!s. My only friends nre the crows, for they tell mu funny stories and I give them presents. " 'What do you mean, tiapoor.lor '"Why. If any one ran tell me u funny enough Joke to make me laugh I shako all over, and when I shake I drop presents all around.' "Oh. how wonderful: they shouted. 'Will you come to the fairy queen's We'll tell you nil the Joke you like ir you'll shake birthday party tomorrow awl drop beautiful prcents for tier I Another authority, Kavever, declares that Use word eaa be traoed back to Magnes, the name of a ehep-her- d Who waa detalaed on Mount Ida by the Iron In hla shoes and found hlra-eeunable to move. lf Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- Modern Chlldheed. "Now shall I tall you about the babe who got lost la the woedsf "Oh, you can't cat lost In the woods, uacle. Woodcraft la Um first thing you learn aa a boy seesrt." Knaasi Ctty Star. g Training that adds to your power, combined with general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing;, Commercial. FOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking--. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Fonndatioi School CONSTRUCTION OF ICE BOAT '"It's Tor Use on Lakes and Wide Rivera Craft Has No Equal Three Boys Can Build One. General Education for those not far adranced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for moat rapid progress ays next day the fairy iiueen was retiucstcd to nit uikmi her throne while the fairies gathered iiround. and In the center stood the Untoo7.lc "'Many happy returns, fnlry iieeu!' they all cried. "Then the fairies began to tell Jokes, and the OuikmizIo shook and shook with laughter, nnd presents dropped from lilm. "How delighted they nil were, ami I lie fnlry queen had the most wonderful birthday she hnd ever hid." "Promise! In- - rrled 'The The Ice boat shown In thla sketcts runs directly before the wind, with a square sail as shown la the picture. A sail may be used, The but It Is harder to manage. frame work of the craft consists of planks, which are laid two across each other aa In Fig. 2. Fig. 3 shown the under part of the top plank at the rear end. Note how the planks are Jointed and bracked with wire. The steering Is done with the rear Ingle runner. The lower part of Fig. 3 shows how It la made. A bolt In the center or "A" fits In a hole In the center of "C," not so tightly aa to Interfere with the free motion of the steering runner The bottom of the runners should be shod with flat Iron. Half round or round Iron will not do. The mast Is three Inches In diameter by six feet long. The sail Is six feet by four feet. The mast Is braced by running two stout wires from the top to. the. cross plank.. The. sail Is con- three-corneretwo-Inc- h 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not going thru College, but desire more general education. This ia Just the thing for those preparing for medical studies or other profeaalona without a college course. It also gives the best general education for those who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to teca. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the" summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keepright on in their, eotine Of study Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course ' This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, HIrtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department. 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered soy cows and n good cream separa- This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. tor. sell butter hero in our home cents per, town nt twenly-llv- o pound, buttermilk nl ten cents por( gallon, cream ai,jiuccii cents per iniart. We have been living hero eight years and liavo greatly Improved the soiUaud fencing, Jiow well we have succeeded you can judge when I tell you that We havo refused an offer of more than douhl" what wo paid for our farm. 'I bis fall we expect to build a new house, and perhaps a bam nnd silo, and when the offer Is moro than trebled we might think of looking for a larger place for our boys, as the olile.si one means to study agriculture Ihis winter at Herea College. Mrs. .lames Fowler. Beren. Ky. I WONDERFUL PERFORMANCE OF WIND WAGON t THE . CHILDREN'S Tomorrow, February !!7th, Is tlio birthday or Mr. Henry W. Wind Wagon Equipped With Runne rs Furnishes Much Good Winter Sport. Longfellow, probably the best loved, Surprises come often when the wind as a chain combination connects the especially by the children, and most wooden aero- It has now been motor and the eight-foo- t widely read of nil American poets. wagon performa. equipped with runners and has been plans propeller in the rear. There la only a drlveu at high speed over the clearance between the In the year IHU, on Mr. Longfelroads and the Ice of the river wooden propeller and the Ice and tor birthday, the low's seventy-secon- d many school children of Cambridge, and creeks around Indianapolis. The thla reason, and also because It fright wind wagon Is driven entirely by the ens horses, It cannot be used much on win loved him dearly, presented wind resistance created by the revolvthe roads. One can have great winhim with a very beautiful armchair, ing propeller In the rear. The differ- ter sport "skating" with the wind made of (ho wood of the horse ential Is not connected with the drive wagon on the river when the Ice Is chestnut tree under which tlio vil- shaft, in fact, there Is no drive shaft. thick enough, lage blacksmith shop stood. Soino-lim- e we will have the Interesting troTTST tfK wooVfen nandTa" bar".' For dory of thu village blacksmith, fncE" tErck" RourT3 Iron or use on lakes and wide rivers this boat about whom Mr. Longfellow wrote Iron should not be used, as these are has no equal, write; Moses I.a Bom- a poem. Hut today suppose we rend liable to skid, The square, sharp and try to understand theso quota-lio- edges of the strap Iron prevent this as a skate. from others of his famous and grip the surface Just feet long and The top Is a board six poems: 11 Inches thick, securely fastened to the runners as follows: Works are Our lodas and yesterdays nailed, or bolted, on either side of the Are the blocks, with which we upper-edg- e oftbe rear runner and the r, build. top Is fastened to them with screws. lulu each life some rain must fall, The runuer Is also braced with strap must be dnrk nnd Iron, as shown, The sttme method ap01110 days plies to the front runner, except that dreary. only one pair of blocks are used at the thin piece of wood fast something center and a tops to sorve as the fifth Something ' attempted, ened to their done. wheel, writes Hsrry Hsrdy of Whitby. Ma's earned a night's repose. Ont., In the Popular Mechanics. The hole for the steering post should Ice Boat. Lives of great men all remind us be six Inches from the front end and a We can make our lives sublime. tittle larger In diameter than the steering post. The latter should be bard of New York In an exchange. to conrounded where It passes through the Three boys should be able time. hole, but square on tho upper end to struct It In a short steering bar, which must MAKE-U- P OF MONORAIL SLED receive the b"Tfgnry"mre(T nr praco. A WELCOME GUEST. In coasting, the rider lies full length In Coasting the Rider Lies at Full board with his hands on tho on the Length on the Top Board, With steering bar. Thla makes the center Hands on Steering Bar. of gravity so low that there Is no necessity for lateral steadying runners, a simple A monorail sled,, having and astde from the exhilarating glide tandem arrangement bf the runners. Is of the orldnary sled, the rider experirery eaally constructed as follows: ences a buoyant sense of freedom and The runners are cut from peculiar to the monorail type. plank of the alte and shape given In a zest too. the steering Is effected Then, much more easily Instead of drag1117th snow-covere- d alx-Inc- h halt-rounns BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with institution. It requires certain its affiliated schools, ia not a money-makin- g fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far aa possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect' the character and reputation of the young people. Our students coma from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings, and' many assist in work of boarding ball, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except 'i winter it it expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to tecure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate) k 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 rticles at. cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, in the fall, and S1.50 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and la returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is S5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal '$6.00 and $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLEOB , V Incidental Fee Room $ 6.00 5.60 $ 6.00 7.00 S 7.00 9.45 Board 7 weeks $20.05 Amount due Sept 10, 1913 9.45 Board 7 weeks, dut Oct 29, 1913 Total for term $29.50 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 7.00 9.45 $23.45 9.45 $32.90 WINTER TERM Incidental Fee Room . Board 6 weeks $ 5.00 6.00 9.00 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $22.20 Amount due Dec 31, 1913 $20.00 Board 6 weeks due Feb. 11, 1914 9.00 Total for term $29.00 IS E one-Inc- h This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Winter Fall Ttti Sfrhff Stenography and Typewriting $12.00 $14.00 $10.00 $36.00 12.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .... 14.00 10.00 36.00 18.08' Bookkeeping (brief course) 7.00 6.00 5.00 Business course studies for students in other departments: Stenography 10.50 9.00 7.50 27.0 Typewriting, with one hour's use 6.00 7.00 5.00 18.00 of instrument C?" Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. 6.40" 1.80 1.50 Arith., or Penmanship, each. .. 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. d young man or young woman can get an education Uhi .a Any r Berea if there is the will to do so. able-bodie- A, The Construction la Much More Simple Bobr Than Making a Double-Runne- sled. glng the feot, a slight turn of the front runner with a corresponding movement of tho body Is sufficient to change "l'm awfully glad you're going to the direction or to restore the balance. Thla latter Is, of course, maintained take dinner with us." "It's nice to bear you say so." An Exhilarating Glide Accompanied by quite mechanically, aa everyone who " 'Cause ir you hadn't come there a Buoyant Sense of Freedom Only rides a bicycle well knows. would have been Just 13 of us to sit Obtained In the Monorail Type. down to the table, and mamma Is ao Magnet, the aketcb, and are shod with atrap sbo'd have made me Is superstitious QeneraljiL.speakJnKJ. this word Iron, one Inch. wide. and. outaijartar- wait." . It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time la U3' public schools going over and over the same things, when they might b improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new stud-levith some of the best young men and women from other counties and 1 states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they arc above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may ba signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Winter Torm oponod Dec. 31st. Hurry upl ' For Information or friendly advice write to J have';. ' THE SECRETARY, Berea, Ky. Pago Eight. THE CITIZEN. Mr. James Thomas, formerly of (his place, died in Ohio last Sunday, of consumption. Tho hotly wns brought herd for burial. Mrs. Jessie Gulnn was removed from tho llerea hospital and taken to Rich mond for medical treatment. Mr. Melviu Sims continues quite sick. - Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Gabbard, on tho 21st, n bouncing boy. Abe Voting of Clear Creek re cently moved to this vicinity. Mr, Sam Lambert, who has been quite improving. Mr. Esker is sick, Rich is out again after a few dnys' illness. Bob f.hiHeen of near Be- rea recently moved lo tho properly of Mr. O. S. Wren. Mrs. Susan Wren was in lioono Saturday. Several from this place wero Berea visitors Friday. Tho sloro of Mr. Wilton Marical of Conway burned lu( Thursday night. Mrs. Maltio Coyle of Rockford is willi her daughter, Mrs. V. Gnbbard, this week a( Boone- .- Tom Wren of Nina visited friends and relatives hero last week. Mrs. Mamie Walklns relumed In her homo Sunday, after a pleasant visit with friends and relatives at Ibis place. Mrs. Wm. CLAY COUNTY llahiuger relumed to her homo in Ohio Sunday, after a few days wilh Vine Vine, Feb. 21. Mrs. A. J. Maupin relative at this place. was called (o tho bedside of her Dlsputanta sick mother, who is not expected to Miss Nannie McWhorlcr live. Disputanta. Feb. 21. O. M. Payno spent Friday night with her sister has returned from the hospital at nt this place. Henry and Lincoln Lexington where ho has been havMellon of Cavo Branch nttended ing his eyes treated. His eyes aro church at this placo last Sunday. some belter. M. V. Swinford is Mr. and Mrs. Henry Maggard of erecting an addition to his dwelling. Leslie- county spent last week with 'l lio smallpox has almost died out. relatives in this community. Mr. Mr. Sidney Croticher camo very Isaac Pennington and family, who near getting drowned Friday in have been very poorly, are report- Clear Creek. Monday is court day ed Mr. Garret Marcum, at Mr. Sherman Chastccn's. There who lias had pneumonia fever, is aro two cases to bo tried; one whisreported heller. key ease. Samuel ColTey is clear- - February SAYINGS OF THE DAY discontent, whethw tho greatest ramie or danger 11m In tho oi dulled mind of the generation1. William Jewttt Tucker, well-defined 20, 1014. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else R il at for bllttl, cm)paiM rUik4 asleM llt4 bit ii t trMtic is fill y til wtlttr. T ( fool flita. WrIU Ulaly. uw JACKSON COUNTY McKeo MnKoo. Foli. 21. Post onico In spoclor Klynn from Winchester is here today holding nn examination fur nnnticnnls for the nost ofllccs at Aimvillo and MoKec Mrs. Lucy ltovmilds. nresonl nost inlslress and Win. Hcnnilt aro applicants for the Mr.hcc poslolllco and .miss .Mat-t- ic Mndlock and Mrs. I.loyd Hegloy are tho aspirants for tho Annvillo contest office Tho declamation which Is held annually on Wash ington's ltirthdnv bv the students of llio Academy, was held Friday night nt the chapel. Tho contes tants were, Kthel Tincher, Agnes Farmer, Stella Harrison, Willie Hamilton and Klias Lainharl. Tho prires aro awarded to the host hoy sneaker and to the host girl speak er. The lucky ones to receive theso prizes wore Ethel Tincher and Elias Lainharl. Leonard Goodman and Leonard Iladcr, two Annville students, nro in town today. The Kings' Daughters will meet with Mrs. A. W. Ilakcr Saturday T. J. Coylc was in (own Tuesday on husiness. Hershcl ld Johnson, tho little hoy of our Circuit Court Clerk', whose leg was broken a few weeks ago, is able to he out again. ge three-year-o- nothing lo live on. Their mother has bono scrofula. Mr. J. II. Beglcy made a business trip to Paint Lick ono day this week. Mrs. Louisa Tincher, who has lagrippc, is much bctlcr. OWSLEY COUNTY Island City Island City, Feb. 10. Cold weather still continues. Wado Allen, who has been sick for some timo with pneumonia died last week. Ho leaves a wifo and ono child. Albert Bowman, the new merchant', has just tilled his storo house with a nice lot of new goods. Floyd, tho little son of Hill Hickncll, was badly burned by turning a kclllo of boiling water over on himself. Married at the bride's homo ono day last week, Miss Laura Smith, lo Andrew Inters. Wm. Mays has just purchased a nice pair of mules from fl. H. Palmer. A. B. Carmack visited W. A. Hoskins of Blake ono day last week. David Bowman left Thursday for Booncvillo on business; Mrs. Martha Mays has just purchased a nice swinging lamp and a rug from Sears, Roebuck for $15. There is a need of a Citizen agent in this part of the country as there are several who seom lo want the paper. Tliero is a large tido in South Fork river. Several logs were lloated to market. niokncll lo Daniel Rowland. Mr. Jus. Flanery i about lo closo a deal uflh Mr. Hnrvoy Price, selling him his land for $22.00. Flanery Is plan-n'n- g lo localo near Richmond. V. S. Hrewer formerly of this place but now of Travellers' Rest, visited his son, L. H. Brewer, Saturday night and Sunday. Drummor J. O. Row-1(1passed through Sturgeon Mon-l.i- y. Arch Vaugh Is very poorly at tins writing. Dr. MahafToy is tho iillcndlng physician. Ho reports tho disease is unknown. Messrs. Thos. Wilson, Fred Brewer and Robl. Mrfleorgu mado a husiness trip lo MrKee tho past week. Thcro is strong lolk of a railroad being surveyed up this creek lo Buffalo. Tho worst weather wo hnvo had this wlnler was tho past week. Tho people nrd plowing quite n lot in Ibis vicinity. Thoy nro realizing a inoro scfcnttllc way of farming, sowing leguminous crops such as cow peas, rye, crimson clover, etc. Also subsniling, breaking llio ground deep. There will bo some low land dynamited in this vicinity wheh I believe will prove satisfactory. 16 - TERRIBLE 18 STORM la timet of TEARING 'EM UP BLIZZARfe " 8WEEPINQ TOWARD THE ' SOUTH AND EAST, Mcmorlea alone are quite dead things.; However numerous memories Roads and Prostrating one may have, If ho haa no Iraagtna-tlo- Paralyilng Wires Many Cltlts Art Facing ' h li no more than an encyclo"' Grave Futl Famine. pedia. Yoahlo Marklno. n When you hear a dreamy-eyeBohemian talking about sacrificing "very-thinfor art." you can bet he'a too buy to punch a k tlx day a week. V. Taylor Fraier. d time-cloc- g The phyilclan la becoming a Helen-tlit- . He It no longer a dogmatlat. The varloua schools of medicine are In the throei of their final atrurcle for eila- tenee. It. I.. Wilbur, M. D. A man may be a theorist and yet Diunaer; the man that la not a theorist, and especially' the man who prides himself on not being a theorist. Is aura to blunder. Fabian Franklin. A man's philosophy la the moat Im portant thing about him. It determines everything he does. For It la tho mold from which his thoughts Uke their shape; and thoughts are deeds tn the gristle. Ilouck White. WVittm Nwippr Unlnn Nw' 8rvit. Chicago. Preceded by sleet And high winds, a bllxzard cnm out of tho northeast nnd continued with una' bated vigor all of the day. It Is atlll In progress, but the temperature la lowering rapidly, and tho snowfall I likely to diminish In volume during tlm night. Tho snow la drifting bndly because of the high northenst wind, and train In every direction from Chicago are reported Inte. Thoy nro unable to inako steam becnuso of the void and snow blowing Into tho pipes nnd fire boxes, nnd the tracks are under lev oral feet of snow In the cuts. The sleet did much damage to wire. I.os Angeles nnd San Ulego and other cities In that district have no wire nnd no railroad communication. They aro getting their news of the outside world by boat from Snn Francisco. Tho total of death III the storm U reported to bo eight. - k-tle- Isaacs Posey Isaacs, Feb. 19. The past week Posey, Feb. 21. Mrs. Nancy Herd has been some real winter. Mr, who has been sick is better. Miss Tom Ilrcwer relumed yesterday Elizabeth Scovillo is planning lo refrom a short visit to his father's at turn to her homo in Laurel county Dango, Ky. Mr. II. E. Taylor is next week. Mr. 'Morgan Flanery erecting a new kitchen and dining- - sold his mulo a fow days ago for room. Mr. George Pennington has two hound pups, a twenty-tw- o ride purchased Mr. James Shclton's farm and ten dollars when corn is laid for $1,200. Miss Susie Watson is by. Messrs. Mark Flanery of Kingsvisiting her sister, Mrs. Sarah ton and T. J. Flanery of Borca camo and Mrs. Robert Taylor to see their sister, Mrs. Nancy Herd, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. who has been sick, last week. Mr. Henry Cornelius Saturday and Sun- Walter "Mainous, who sprained his day, Feb. 7th and 8th. Mr. Fed anklo very badly about two weeks Brewer is visiting relatives at this ago, is better. Sunday school at place. Mr. A. H. Parrclt is building CI i fly Church is getting along nicely a new barn. Mr. George Riley is no with good attendance. Thcro is Mr. Johnnie Pennington church at Clifty on tho fourth Satbelter. has built a new paling round his urday night and Sunday morning of house and garden. Rev. McMurray each month. Mr. Campbell Hughes, is holding a series of meetings at of Levi was shot and iuslantly the Green Hill Haptlst Church. killed at Ida May Thursday morn ing at 2 o'clock. His funeral was Carico held at his homo yesterday evening Carico, Fuji. 23. There was a and his remains wero buried in the largo tied in the Laurel Fork river. graveyard near his home. Ho leaves Many ties were run to market. Mr. a wife, live children, a father and Orbin Smith went to the Doctor's several brothers and sisters besides Saturday for his health. Mrs. Geo. a host of relatives and friends to Baker came near being drowned by mourn his loss. Our sympathies getting in quicksand. We are sorry are with his family. to hear of the death of E. L. Cockrcll of Livingston, Ky. Ho was a man Cow Creek of prominence and will bo missed Cow Creek, Feb. 21. Been having by many. He leaves a wife and child to mourn his loss. Mr. Isaac Himes lots of rain tho past week with a and wife, who has had lagrippc, aro tide in the river. R. W. Mintcr, improving. Tho little son Frank of sold fifty hogs to Billy Hall of C cents per lb. Mr. John Couch is poorly with fev- Boonevillo at er. Mr. S. R. Roberts is very poor- Matthew Behymer, of Rice town has ly with lagrippc Mr. Ponder, tho been very poorly with pneumonia drygoods drummer was in these but is improving. Paul Gabbard was at Buckhorn Wednesday on parts calling on the merchants. reWo aro having some cold weather business. Mrs. R. W. Minter at present. Mrs. Dan Ford returned cently visited her mother and brother, at Booneville. John and Mollio from Owsley county last week. Wilson havo recovered from measles and have returned to Buckhorn Nathanton to reenter school. A very fine horso Nathanlon, Feb. 21. The weather belonging to Jacob Gabbard, Sr., has continued cold with an abun- died a few days ago. Isaac Gabdance of snow and rain, tho bard, Jr., is not very well. Ho has only real cold weather wo have had stomach trouble. Samuel Herndon this winter. The protracted meet- has moved from Welchburg to tho ing at this place closed Sunday with Will Caywood farm at S. Booneville. ono addition to tho church. B. II. John Gabbard, who has been at Holcomb was at Ida May WednesO., for somo time, has day on business. James Sandlin of Franklin, come back to this placo. Joseph Fayette Co. visited during a part of Baker of Ricelown is preparing to last week with friends and relatives build a new dwelling. Corn is very place. Married, Jan. 29lh, of this scarce in this section of tho country Miss Linda Caudill of this place and and can scarcely bo bought at 91.00 Mr. Don Evans of Green Hall. May a bushel. their future bo ono of prosperity anil happiness. Wm. Mooro was at Conklina Maulden Tuesday on business. J. Conkling, Feb. 21. Wado Allen, A. Hunter is hauling lumbor from this placo to his homo on Sexton's age 11) years, died of pneumonia, Creek for tho erection of a new Feb. 10th. Jessie, tho infant son of dwelling. Marion Sandlin and Samuel Combs, died Feb. 12th of Johnny Hunter of Sexton's Creek kidney trouble. Jailer Wilson and visited relatives at this place Friday wifo of Booncvillo havo smallpox. James Stacy of White Oak Creek and Saturday. has been confined to his bed for several weeks. Andrew PenningGray hawk Grayhawk, Feb. 23. Winter still ton of Jackson county has moved to continues and tho roads aro tho his new home, which he purchased from II. C. Eversolc. Another tido worst they havo been for years. Nearly every ono at Grayhawk is in South Fork recently. Campbell Heisick wilh lagrippc. Tho Rev. John Hughes was shot and killed at delberg, Feb. 10th, cause unknown. at Mason lllled his appointment Elder J. W. Anderson tilled his Grayhawk tho fourth Sunday. Wo badly disappointed this regular appointment at tho Narrows havo been McCol-lu- m year for a preacher. Sunday school Saturday and Sunday. F. F. is planning to movo lo Borca is progressing flno hero with tho Rev. DoYoung and others as man- soon. agers. Tho King's Daughters moot Sturgeon noxt Thursday to sow all day for Sturgeon, Feb. 23. Born to tho the Hornsby children. Hornsby was drowned last summer in Gooso Creek wifo of B. L. Brewer a flno girl. and six liltlo children wero left with Married on tho 21st, Miss Lcnda Da-vis-2 NEVER TOO LATE Say, my friend, though you've known dismal failure. Do not Idly stand mute with despair. I here s a thought that will steadfastly thrill you. That will brace, like the keen mountain air; It is this: not a failure is Una). Nay. no railtire is llnal, indeed, And there's nlwavs tho great inspiration: II is never loo late to succeed. Till ho hopelessly ceases nil trying. Until then, not a man Is o'er downed. For there's always the chanco a now effort With abundant success will bo crowned. So rise far above tho old failures, Let the manliness in you bo freed; And undaunted, start new, ever knowing, It is never too lale lo succeed. anew with a spirit determined! Start anew and let nothing dismay! From the jaws of defeat wrest a vict'ryl Many other strong souls have you may! Should tho struggle seem hard and unending, If u spur for the fray you should need, Grit your teeth as you voice tho great slogan: Herald. Sharon, l'a. Seven persons wer bndly Injured and scores of others with slight bruises, when PennPOINTS ON PALMISTRY , sylvania Train No. 216, was ditched at Pymntunlng, eight Largo hands mean a close attention miles north of here. A spreading rail to minute details. caused the accident The train waa running full speed, In a blinding snowStrong, knotted fingers show pru- storm, when tho locomotive struck tha dence and capacity. bad mil. The engine remained upright, but Ihe six coaches left tho track Tlroad nails show the owner to be nnd wore overturned, going down an bashful and gentle. embankment. The Injured were brought to Sharon on an Krle train which pastIf the palm la too Urge the person la ed the scene of the accident on th coarso and anlmal-llke- . parallel track, about half an hour Inter. Intellect bclonjs to knotted flngera. grace to smooth ones. ALMSHOUSE IN RUIN8. son. . south-bound- thought. The mere fact of rraltitng that the "Kingdom of Heaven Is within" gtvea BAD RAIL. STRUCK to our highest motives and acta a spiritual significance, however material Stven Passengers Art Injured When thoy may seem at first sight. For Pennsylvania Coaches Art whatever Is accomplished by man Ditched. springs from tho Invisible realm of Hcndrick Christian Ander- talkativeness and levity. A palm too slim, Smooth, conical fingers are a sign of Tort Huron, Mich. Seventy-thr- e Poor-hoii- narrow and feeble Indicates Instinct without capacity. If the outer Joint of the flngera forms a knot tha person haa Ideas. well-arrang- Inmates of the St. Clair County at Ooodell'a werp; rendered temporarily homeless by a Are which destroyed tho structure. Some of tb Inmates, old and foeble, bad to bo car. rted from the building, but none of them was Injured. They wero given shelter In Msccaben Hall and near-bhomes. BELL BLOWN FROM STEEPLE. ,larl The hard, wrinkled hand, which la opened to Ita full extent with difficulty, shows Intractability, a mind without pliancy. -- George Whileileld D'vys in The Christian It is never loo late to succecdl Paris. At Dijon a hurricane blew The Individual who has knots at the the bell out of the tower of the Church strucmiddle Joints of the fingers always haa of Notre Dame, a a place for everything and everything ture, and sent It crashing through the roof of the chancel. The edifice was In Its place. so shaken that tho tall steeple threatThe person whose fingers are ens to fnll at any moment, and tbt smooth and pointed Is guided wholly police have roped off the adjoining by Inspiration and never haa a reason streets.' for what he does. y Burning Springs Burning Springs, Feb. 20. Mr. Huchius. who lives near here, died of a complication of diseases and old ago last Tuesday. Aunt Polly, wifo of Mr. Henry Thompson, died yesterday evening after a short illness of peritonitis. She leaves a husband, six sons and daughters, all adults, to mourn her sudden death. Sho was a highly esteemed woman, who had endeared herself lo all through her truthfulness, faithfulness and friendliness. Wo extend tho family our deepest sympathy in thoir great loss. Mrs. Emma Baker le't Wednesday to locate in LexingtonMr. Daniel McDaniel now occupies his home which will bo sold in tho spring. Mr. Richard Sames is recovering from a sovero attack of pneumonia. Dr. Hornsby thai those who wero so seriously injured in the bursting of tho b.iilcr in tho mill owned by Thos. Hayre, will recover. Rawliugs called on his friends recently. Mr. Oliver Wagers of Bright Shade is visiting nt the homo of Mrs. Kutio White. ro-po- rls Ex-Jud- go ground this spring. Monkey John (.add made n Hying trip to Berea yesterday. Married on tho 5th, Mr. Wesley Abney of Brush Creek to Miss Chesio Anglin of tills place. Tliero wero services at Clear Creek on tho 8th of this I month conducted by Bro. Ponder. Died last week Uncle Strong Gadd. He was an old soldier and a good citizen, and was liked by nil. Uncle Crack Croticher has sold his farm at tho old tan yard to Mr. Joo Gatlilf. We aro glad tohavo such men as Mr. Gatlilf in our midst. Mr. Wm. Gadd, anil family havo moved to Pendleton county, where he expects to work on the railroad. Mrs. Susie Shearer of Wildio was visiting at R. W. Shearer's Thursday. Mr. Harvey Ramoy is In tho fur business. Wo are having more mud now than at any other tlmo I ing a new CYNICISMS The social climber is naturally ing for a family tree. look- CINCINNATI MARKETS this winter. You Nsvsr Can Till. William Tell uud tho Austrian governor were llsctihnlmc the morrow's target practice. "I can shoot tlmt apple (iff with my eyes closed." niiIi) the SwIm hero ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Boone Ttio Austrian mulled grimly. "You never cnti. Tell." tie answered 23. Born to Mr. and Boone, Feb. Mrs. A. P. Blair on tho 13th a hoy. dryly. New Vork Sun. A Good Fresh Young Cow For Sale For particulars call up Phone 181 Or sec Henry Lengfellaer Com- New corn Is quoted at folNo, 2 white 70071c. No. 3 lows. white G768c. No. 4 white 65067c. No. 2 yellow 66067c, No. 3 yellow 6J No. 2 0 64i No. 4 yellow An optimist Is a person who polishes mixed 66 67c. No . 61ifl63o. 3 mixed WHO 0 op the dark side of life. 64 Vic. No. 4 mixed 61 H 063c, mlxc.l ear 65067c, white car 65 0 67c, yellow Treat a man like a dog and he wilt ear 660 6Kc. Hay No. 1 timothy $18018.60. naturally growl about It. standard timothy $17Cf 17.50. No. 2 timMany a woman has lost a good othy $16016.50, No. 3 timothy lit. No. 1 clover mixed $15. No. 2 clover mixed friend by marrying him. 113, No. 1 clover $140 14.50, No. 2 clover $12012.50. Many a man would rather climb upOats No. 2 white 430434c. stand ward than be on the level. nrd white 42V4 0 43c. No. .1 white 419 42c, No. 4 whlto 39tf40c, No. 2 mixed Too many people view life through 41 He. No. 3 mixed 4Otf041c, No. mixed 39040c. the wrong end of the telescope. Wheat No. 2 red 994c$1.0H4. 4 red 8C0Sc. There Is no hatred like that which No. 3 red 98099c. 6No. and over 1VA, Poultry lions, lbs one man feels for another who haa 3(4 lbs and over, lfllic; young ttagw grasped an opportunity he didn't seq. roosters, 12c; roosters, UHc; springers, under 2V4 lbs, 19c; springers. 1 The great trouble with the fellow lbs and over, 18c; spring ducks, white, with more money than brains la that 4 lbs and over, ICc; ducks, under 4 lbs, 16cr turkeys, tomt, old, he hasn't brains enough to know It turkeys, 9 Iba and over, 21c. Kggs Prime firsts 23V4c, firsts We are apt to lose sight of the fact 22',4c, ordinary firsts 2tV4c, secondt that the man who suea for a girl's 20c. hand may live to aue for hla freedom. Cattle Shippers $8.5008,. , extra. I8.10ff8.2G; butcher steers, extra $7.80 Nature la sometlmea unkind. Many iff 8, good to choice $6.7607.76, comf5.SO06.SS; helfera. extra a pate de fole graa appetite and milk mon to fair good to choice $6.767.85. to ait atomacb are combined In the $7.75Q7.90, fair $506.60; cows'; extra common to same man. $6.3606.60. good to choice $5.7506.45. common to fair $3.50 05.65; canners, Many a man'a religion la baaed on $3.2504.25. extra $6.5007.25, Hulls Uologna the fact that a silver dollar will make more noise when dropped tn the col- $7.35, rat bulla $707.76. Calves Kxtra $12, fair to good $9.S0 lection plato than a $5 bill. 12, common and largo $6011.50. Hogt Solected heavy $8.95 09, good TH0UGHTSF0R to choice packers and butchers $8.95 09. mixed packers $8.9008.95, stags $607.60, extra $7.6607.75, common to "Time Is money;" save It. heavy fat sowa $608.40, extra $8.60, Might shippers $8.2509, pigs (110 Jba Simplicity la the keynote of suc- and less; $608. cess. FOREIGN 80LDIER3 DEPORTED. Natural meant like nature; follow It at a guide. Chihuahua. (Jen. Villa ordered all foreign soldiers In his army, especialgive your Ideaa away they ly Don't those of American or Hrltlsh anteare worth money. cedents, and all foreigners In the Httte of Chihuahua, except those who are In Tho beat plcturea are the moat nat- business or are vouched for by' bust-- t ural ones. He natural. nets men, to be Immediately deported. He gives as his reason for this order Don't keep rubbish; a ship In time of that so many foreigners are coming war haa a cleared deck. into this country and being reported try to do a tbiag witt oa misting or having been eiecutt4ithat Dont tha ooDrtitutlonallit cause la balaf (and, when you Deed two. 21c;.-youn, today greatly Injured. '' LU.) I 6