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CITIZEN RiHEInterests of tlie to til Mo-cLntati- n 101 S. 14 tlM cattem fee knowltdgt it io rn4 IPeoiple One Dollar a Year. No. 30 FIvo OnU a copy. IlEnKA, MADISON COUNTY, KKNTllCKY, MAIICU 5, President Frost's Letter Dear Howlers of Tlio Citizen: Thnro can hardly bo a mountain palli moro clogged and sloppy lhan tho streets of Now York loday. Yesterday I epoko In n largo suburban church usually attended by hunpeople dreds, ami only twenty-eigThe meeting which woro iircscnt. Mrs. Frost wrts to address in another suburb was given up altogether of tho storm. Thousands of men and teams aro at work clearing away tho snow. Wo have- both been fairly sick wllli colds, but aro better now. New York has just llnishcd lis season of gaiety, which begins with Christinas and lasts until "Lent," which Is Ihc forty days preceding Easter Sunday. Willi tho beginning of Lent many people go South for 1 few weeks, and tho rush of dances, dinner parlies, and extravagant doings qulto slows down. And all tho churches hold some kind of daily services during theso forty days, so thai it is something like a protracted meeting. Last Thursday tho Hcrea Association of New York bad a lunch together, some sixty of our friends being present, including Will D. Em-brand wife, Itcv. C. Ilcxford Ray ht so thea-e-partl- es, co The Temperance Pledge More than 6oo Berca .students signed the Temperance Pledge two weeks ago. It was something like this : " promise, God helping me, to nbstain from the use of all intoxicating liquors as a beverage, nnd to persuade and encourage others to abstain." That kind of a pledge has saved thousands and thousands from a drunkard's grave. In fact it has saved all who 1 UNITED STATES NEWS IN OUR JWN STATE mond nnd wife, Dr. and Mrs. Cndy, Dr. and Mrs. Webster and others whom wo have- never seen In Herca. - Tho fact that theso people lako an Interest in a school which they havo never seen Is n great enconrago-mo- nl to us, and makes us very go lo New Haven for a meeting In behalf of Dcrca al which Tnft Is to speak, and before the end of Iho week wo plan to reach Washington on our homeward way. So wo aro tolling on, making somo now friends, and mooting somo old ones, and Imping that finally wo shall gel tho monoy we need lo pay our Teachers und repay monoy borrowed for Knapp Hall. The good news from Derca docs us good that so many signed tho temperance pledge, and thai tho health of tho students is so good, and thai so many moro than over beforo aro planning lo stay through till Commencement. We pray for you all every day not for Bcrea alone, bul for tho Derca people and readers of Tho Citizen scattered through fifty counties. Wo hopo to seo you all again somo time. Sincerely yours, Wm. (ioodcll Frost. grateful. Todaywo thai our next Serial story will be llandall Pnrrish's gre.il romance England Stands with the U. S. Tho Maid of tho Forest." This is Tho British government through a narrative of the stirring days on our western frontier in 1701, a talo Sir Edward Grey, tho British Forof lovo and war. A moro detailed description will appear next week. Subscribo for The Citizen now so that you will bo sure lo get tho opening chapter of this thrilling talo. Financier. man who occupied a tittle tmck room In poor wiarttT of the enn cud f London wnn eylctcd for nonpar-co- t A NEW SERIAL Wo tako pleasure in announcing WORLD NEWS J have taken it in sincerity. And it saves one from a great deal of fighting and questioning. The pledged man has decided in advance. He does not have to fight a battle every time the bottle appears. He hat settled that question. His reply is ready " I never drink." And it should be noticed that this is a pledge that holds through life. If a man does once, in a moment of forgetfulness and folly, violate that pledge, the devil often tries to make him think that a pledge once broken is no longer binding. This is not true. The pledge comes right back as strong and as good as ever "I have promised to abstain." And one thing more. Most people who drink do so became they are not trained to enjoy the real and great pleasures of life they do not enjoy reading, music, friendship and the gladness of doing things worth while. Many of them are woefully sad and disheartened beings. Others are simply "light headed" and heedless. It is everybody's business to promote and encourage all the Let us make friends with innocent pleasures of life. who have been entangled in the seductions of the those bottle, and get them excited with religion and the proper work and joy of living. Grot of rent. lie ti.id nothing hut n tallse and a fuw clothe, nnd while they were throwing him and hi out of the home a tmlky manuscrlpt fell out of hli itockel. Nobody noticed It lit, the time, hut after be had gattiert-i- l !! clothe nnd tnUeri his departure one of tho tiystannVr aw the IiIk roll of pnHr. picked It up ud and ou oienluc It win niirpriHi-mated to llnd It contained mi rlnlK-ratscheme, tvorkrd out to tho deem', for refunding the national debt of the ItrltWh empire. e THE TURNING POINT. There ii a time in oerjr man's education that envy it ignorance, that imitation it tuicide, that he mutt lake himself for better, (or worte, as his portion; that, though the wide universe is full of Rood, no kernel of nourishing corn can come to him but through his toil bestowed on that plot of ground given him to till. Emerson. CONTENTS PAGE 1. Editorial nnou Pledge. THIS WEEK The Temper- - News from tho Legislature Two Sessions arc Proposed. World News England Stands with " -- U. U. S. S. News 1888. Worst Storm since Ky. Nuws 1 & N. Lower Hates. Presiilent Frost's Letter. Humor. World Wonders. Burns OIT Mustache in Cell. Has Living Message. PAGE 3. Agriculture 3. Mountain Spraying Fruit Trees. Oceso aro Lucrative. Public nonds Claims for Road Drag. Sunday School Lesson Watchfulness (Temperance Lesson). PAGE PAGE 4. Herca News. College Items. PAGE 5. News from tho Legisla- ture (continued). .Madison County Items. PAGE 6. Cy Whittaker's Placo (continued). A Corner for Women Humanu Education; A Special Word lo Mothers by Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Daddy's Dedtime Story. Poultry Clubs for Hoys and Girls. PAGE 7. PAGE 8. News from Our Neighbors. Owen P.. Lovejoy on Ky. mil. Conference of Farmers nnd Business Men. Poem, Tho Future eign Secretnry, announced its view in tliu House of Parliament that no immediate notion could bo taken in connection with the death of Benton. Sir Edward Grey pointed out that tho British government reserved the right to secure reparation whenever it was ablo lo do so in case, there was a failure to securo satisfaction through the efforts of the United States government. This statemepl lessens the tension that has existed over this subject. Standard Oi In Germany The German government has not-f- il lndicnlions that (ho U. S. government is disposed to come lo the relief of the Standard Oil. in its light agnnst the rnnllscullnn of its property thai will follow tho action of the German government, making tho trade in petroleum a State Monopoly. This measuro will make it illegal for the Standard Oil lo sell ilTIMS' luminating oil in Germany. net, that will sunn out the Standard business, in Germany, is regarded as an indefensible violation of tho trading rights of American citizens. If Germany wishes to build a Chin-e- -i wall of exclusion about her ter ritory and shut out the products of other nations, what ground of complaint will she hnvo if "German made" products aro shut out from the United States and other countries. Perhaps it would be as well to Mart this commercial war al once and let the label "Made in Ger many" become notable by its ab sence from tho wharves of America. Would it not he well for tho moun taineers of tho South lo turn their attention towards supplying the de mand for toys that is now supplied by Germany? Wireless Telephone Marconi lias devised a transmitter which renders possiblo telephonic messages by wireles3 over a dis tance oi iixi nines, successiui speech tests have been carried out between Chelmsford and Bourne Tho ilrsl commercial in mouth. slnllalious on shipboard will be working within tho next few months, It is expected that a rango of two to three hundred miles can bo cov ored at night. For speed of transmission tlio wireless telegraph still holds the lead and will givo better service for ordinary commercial work. Pope Gives a Great Bell A (0,000 pound bell, tho largest in France, has Just been cast for tho Ilouen cathedral. It is tho gift of Pope Pius X, and will bo called tho Jen mi d' Aro. Tho hammer for Ibis bell weighs 0,000 pounds. Ambassador to Germany Hakes Good Judge Gerard Iho U. S. Ambassa dor to Germany has secured for himself marked attention from tho Kaiser. Tho Germans marvel that Americans who hnvo bad no espec ially diplomatic training, can so readily adapt themselves to tho ar duous nnd exacting demands of diplomatic circles. Gerard was n Tammany judge in New York. His wife is tlio daughter of a copper king. Rioting in Spain Valentin,, Spain, is tho sccno of (Continued on rare rive.) TWO SESSIONS ARE PROPOSED ing' fo county board of education (he right to fix the time for holding elections for voting tpeclal taxea for consolidated school dlitrtcta, wa called from the order" of the day, It met with such opposition that It finally was recommitted. McCORMACK Co On Houa CaUndar. REPRESENTATIVE Representative V. B. Harvey's bill URGES STUDY RECESS BEproviding for a conatltutlonal amendTWEEN TERMS. ment whereby the general alterably halt meet every four year and (hall be elected for four was reported instead of two year AMEND CONSTITUTION without exprenlon of opinion, read TO and placed in the house calendar. The WVJt Jtpreent(lve. Qreene, of CarMeasure Provldca That First Hall roll county, to distribute Shall Be Devoted To tht Introduc- the itate road fund collected as autoequally tion of Bills and That No Legislation mobile license fees, In proporShall Ba Enactad Within Period to each county, tion to the relative number of miles Vote. Save By of free gravel and macadam roads In on the basis the county, and (By Ernnt W. lllm.) of amounta collected from the coun-tle- t, Frankfort. Among new bills Intro, wa reported without expression duced In the bouie la one by Dr. J. N of opinion, read, and placed In the McCormack. of Bowling Green, looking houie calendar. to a constitutional amendment whereby aeaalona of the general assembly shall be divided Into two terma of not Federal Inquiry Aaked. The houie adopted a joint nidatexceeding 30 days each, not lesa than JO dare to lnter?ene between terms, ion, offered by Representative John C. members not to be entitled to per diem Duffy, of Christian county, calling upon during vacation. It la act forth In the congren and the department of Juitlce measure that during the nrit term no of the United State to Inveatlgate alleged act shall be paned without the ap- Are conspiracies and combination of lniurance companies operaUng In of the memberi proval of elected, and that no measure shall be Kentucky, formed with a view to mainduring the aecond term taining rate, and to take inch action Introduced a may be ntcestary to bring about rea without the content of The object of lief to the people of the itate. of the members. the bill la to confine the firat term to the Introduction of bllla and Lengthening School Term. So amended to provide that when the aecond to action upon them. The of publto la to give the members an the atate lupcrlntendent vacation opportunity to study the bill Intro Initructlon declare & per capita of 14.75 for school purpoies the common duced. school term In the rural districts shall be Increased from alx to seven month, and that when he declares a per capita Budget Commission Indoraed. of 15.35 or more the term shall be exThe houie committee on approprla to eight month, the bill of tloni aubmltted a report recommend tended Coke, of Logan county, pro lug "that the economic, efficiency and for an extentlon of the rural budget commission, called for in the viding term, patted school the house resolution now before the houae, be vote of 63 to 0. The present per by the capita pasted, thus creating a commlttlon for school purposes Is 34. Invettlgate the expenaea which will and metbodt of conduct of the varlout Hand of Lobby Suspected. Became of sensational charges made and Institutions, atate department and recommend to the next legislature by him on the floor of the houie to of varloua how beat such expentes may be re- the effect that the make-uduced or the efficiency of ttate depart-ment- house committees bore the "earmark" or lnttltutlona Increased." The of lobbyists, Representative Prank C. committee alto reported a bill repeal- Qreene, of Carroll county, was before ing certain appropriation! made to the the house "lobby probe'' committee. varlout ttate Institutions and depart- The Inquiry developed the fact that the ment, and the tame ap- name of Mr. Qreene was among a list propriations for the tame purpotea. of 25 that bad been prepared by RobChairman Reed, of the committee, ex- ert E. Fleming, of the legal department plained that no change had been made of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad In appropriation!, the bill formulated Co., for submission to Speaker Terrell, by the committee merely grouping the with the suggestion that a house railvarious appropriation In one measure. road committee made up of men whose names appeared on the list would be acceptable to the company. Mr. Flem ing, when questioned by the "probers," Educational Bill Killed. said he did not know whether this list The bill of nepreientatlre Hill, ! evtr reached Speaker Terrell. The which lought to give to the ttate su- speaker said he had received and welperintendent of public Instruction au- comed various suggestions when makthority to recover misappropriated ing up committees. He tald he would school fundi, and which carried with produce all lliti to the committee. It a penalty for the misuse of tucb fundi, was tabled In the houie, killing Jurisdiction la Enlarged. It. An effort to Representative Judy, In the senate not a dissenting vote of Montgomery county, to have hit bill making white women eligible to the was catt against the Moody bill seekInschool truttee, ing to Increase the jurisdiction of office of and providing that negroea may not ferior judges in misdemeanor cases. vote In white icbool election, met Under the provision of the measure magiswith failure. When the bill of Repre- county and probate judges and exclusive of sentative Webb, of Gravet county, giv trates. have jurisdiction,, Five.) .Continued on rsge repre-sentatlvsemi-annuall- y one-thir- d one-thir- d Two-Thirone-thir- d three-fourths two-thlrdp a tub-dlitrl- Watch Out for Fires. Highly Colored Hair The recent cold snap has caused Orange, blue, purplo and green hair is now worn by fnshionablo several llres nnd extra enre should women in llio cities. Sonic women be taken to watrli stoves and chim-noy- s. dye their Imir but mosl of them In Glasgow, Ky., two women and wear wigs lo stilt their fancy, and went' costumes to match tho hair. a child were burned to death in onj The new fad gives fad hunters an fire, and n baby was burned to opportunity to spend their money death in another lire. Reports como from all over tin? foolishly. state of llres nnd many of them Worst Storm Since 1888 ' The blizntd that hns swept over might lie ascribed to carelessness. the east is tho worst storm of its To Lower Cost of Living s ml since 1888. Largo cities were Hep. Matt. S. Walton, of Lexingst wbound, many o' them without ton, has introduced a bill into the people slept House which wires. Eight-hundrwill Sunday night in Pullman cars in University to give enable the Slate efficient instrucNew York, unnlilo to gel out because tion in scienlillc diet for humans. i.f I lie storm. At Scrantnn, Pa., 1500 The bill calls for nn appropriation persons spent the night in a Hilly of SiO.OOO wilh which to build a Sunday tabernacle. Wireless acr-iii- ls large dining hall and auditorium were blown down and commun- combined in the same building. imication willi ships at sea was The boarding hall is to provide possible. The severe weather wholesome and meals caused much suffering among Hi" al cosl. This will enable the stupi. or in the cities. dents not only to secure cheap' Porto Rico Home Rule Bill board, but also to observe the methSenator Shafrolh has introduced ods of preparing food in the best a bill in the Senate which would manner and will also teach Ihem the provide a new system of civil gov- essentials of scienlillc diet. ernment for Porto Illco. The success with which such a It would extend to the citizens of system lias worked al other large Porlo Rico the provisions of the bill institutions makes it very probable of rights nnd provide that a Porto thai the bill will pass. Hicnn might become a citizen of Furl her news of the legislature the United Stales by merely declar- will be found in oilier columns. ing Ids allegiance. Appellate Judge Resigns The present council appointed by Judge T. J. Nunn, of the Court of the President would be displaced by a Senate and IIousp to bo elected Appeals, resigned Saturday on acby the people for terms of four count of his health. He has been years. Absolute veto power would suffering from aphasia for two be vested in tlio Governor, who years nnd is taking a long rest in would lie the only check by tho hope of getting well. His son, E. S. Xunn, was appointUniled Slates on Porto Rican legA Cabinet, n system of ed lo succeed him, but next year an islation. island courts, and a United States election will bo held to till out the remaining live years of his term. court are proposed. South the Land of Promise New Depot Opened at Pineville. Chancellor Kirkland of Vanderbilt In spite of Ihc bitter cold, a large University gave an address at the number of men and women went University Pennsylvania of on "Southern Education nnd Southern at four o'clock Monday morning to sec the ilrst trains pass through the Ho reviewed the adThought." & N. depot. vancement of education sinco the new $75,000 L. Pineville is being more nnd more Civil War, and said that (he South recognized as a point of strategic-- , is growing more rapidly thafl the country as n whole and that it of- importance in tlio business of EastKentucky, and her new depot fers better opportunities than al- ern and hotel will aid much in the demost any oilier section for convelopment of the city. structive work of Hotel Burns character. Willi an improvement in education has come a general adAbout thirty guests at the Gilcher vance in the social life of the South. House, the leading hotel in Danville, Tho newspapers arc growing in in- were forced to llee for their lives fluence and importance. Sunday night when a lire broke out Urges Common Law Practice Bill which destroyed the building. No A delegation of lawyers headed lives were lost bul many of the by former President Taft arc in guests suffered severely from ex"Washington in conference with tho posure to tho cold. The lire spread to several other House Judiciary Committee over the passage of a pending bill which 'buildings and was not conquered would empower the Supreme Court until i o'clock Monday morning. of the United States to lay down The loss is estimated at 975,000, rules for the conduct of common partly covered by insurance. law practice in Federal District Mines Running Full Blast Courts, as it has already done In Owing lo the open weather many equity procedure. Speaking as president of tho coal mines in Eastern Kentucky American Bar Association, Mr. Taft have been in operation only a fow, said that lawyers of tho Uniled days out of each week. Out during Stales were practically a unit in tiie past week heavy orders have believing, that simple rules of prac- come in nnd the mines aro running tice should govern in all courts, from four days to full time. This Federal and Slate, strongly urging has given an impetus to all other lines of business. the passage of the Clayton Bill. L. & N. Lowers Rates U. S. Coal for Panama Congressmen from Pennsylvania, It has been announced by the Virginia, West Virginia and Ken Louisville nnd Nashville Railroad tucky are urging the Houso Appro- - that by May I, rates will bo cut from prations Committee to have sundry three cents to two and a half cents civil bills provide that only Ameri- per mile. The new rates will apply can coal shall be used at tho Pana to all lines operated for the L. & N. ma Canal. for its own account, except a few Western States Plan War on Rail branches and new Hues on which the passenger business does not pay roads While tho railroads aro request- now. ing a raise in freight rates, six wes It is estimated that this reduction tern states held n conference and in rates will decrcaso tho revenues have prepared reports of several of the L. & N. by 900,000. In Kenmonths investigation for tho con- tucky alone the loss will be about sideration of (lie Interstate Com $380,000. merce Commission, showing that Altho the company announces that this action is voluntary, action is the higher rates aro not justified. Tho railroads claim that Iho in pending in the legislature to reduco creased cost of labor and supplies all rates to two cents a mile. It is tins caused a gradual decline in expected that this bill will bo. their net revenues during recent passed. years. Hut the evidence to be sub Y. W. C. A. Fund Increasing milled by tho western states dis The forces in Louisville interested proves tlio railroad's claim. Tlio net revenues of American in the campaign fur tho Y. W. C A. railroads for tho year 1913 wero building fund of $300,000 aro making $77,000,000 greater than for tho year n big light under tlio leadership of !l12. Tlio net revenues for tho past Atilla Cox, Jr., general chairman. year wero ? 100,000,000 groatcr than 8113,888 mutt bo raised by Saturday will rlnan till. hi ....v.. ...v, o i llfteen years ago, increasing their II...,,..., tvlinn Mm lnpf.,1 irlfla U'lliplt hnVA net revenues moro than ono hun- Alnnni. Ilin been received aro ?3,000 from the dred per cent sinco 1808. Louisville Traction Company, and Predicts Civil War in Philippines Former Secretary of War Jacob 15,000 from two persons who refusM. Dickinson, speaking at a dinner ed to givo their names for publicaof tlio Industrial Club of Chicago, tion, given on condition that tho remainder of the $300,000 is secured predicts a civil war In tho 4 this week. on page rive) ed well-balanc- ed ng Phllip-(Contlnued P.1B0 Two, THS CITIZEN. I I " March l C, 1914. The utizen A 1 fimllj newspaper for all that I fight, true and Interesting Kirwlflv t life I rabHshfrt Largest of All Aqueducts BURNS OFF MUSTACHE IN CELL TO LIVING MESSAGE Story of the Wandering ot tho Israelites Conveys Meaning to Us Today. abiding charm of thu old that somauy of Its must tifuutltul Incidents contain un eternal principle Hits the tetiaou why, through all phutes of religions opinion, it Mill brings to us n messagu splrltuully true, and that a message comes fresh, as with the dew of tho earlier du), )et vhid with the-Is the IT Testament 1 DISGUISE t'i - BEREA PUBLIbHING CO. (tnmritiil4Ml f WM. C. FROST, RUTH Mt TALL. Offic. DEAN SLAGLE, Circulation Manarr Ruse of Counterfeiter Fails to Fool Secret Service Men Who Trapped Him. New York. sooner was Frank (Jreco of No, (ii Seventh street, iong Island Clty.locked up In tho tlreenwich street pollct; station, Manhattan, the other night, on a charge of counter felting $10 bills, than he asked a fellow prisoner to change clothes with him, "Ua!" cried dreco, after the change, "that II fool 'cm, by gosh I" 'Mow about that soup strainer?' sneered the other prisoner, pointing to (Jreco's bushy mustache "And they don t allow razors In Jail. Ha! ha' "I should worry," retorted Orwo "(limine a match." Oreco scratched a match and touched it to the mustache. There was a flash, a puff of smoke, a yell of o Subscription Ratos in Months Xhfrc Monta Onlff Draft cent rtumi". Srtwt money hy r-- on Vf PVBM . IN UlVANv.l' I Kt4Vri T liMrr m Km'''"" or i M u ir .1 WBIT' nunoROUS poor woman called at a public tiouso the other day and asked for n quart of porter. It was measured off and put Into tier gallon Jug, She then asked for another quart, to bo put Into tho same vessel. "And why not ask for halt a gallon and bo done with It?" "Och, bless your soul, It's for two persons." A ortan notll) The tsate nflar vrmr wMf on I'h-- i iL.m rH fc. jt C r W1t hnt Kr - na, " nfclrtn thfr Mrk ireMtffird. Mhmtl lrra Ukcr1tlioii tm vpjtly ubrt4(ii fjrhfmlf fw ow t Adretf tNtig Mrtajt nnilr will jr irtadU .ifi..ie-- t Cue to bmj who cl rKrlti Tiu i " jtr m sppln'Miiin our -i- t t'te our , Buying fop Two. leulliy of Its constant appeal heart and couttiencu of mau-kiI I tidoubledly )(u will admit that this Is the case with the great typical nurrutlves, as It is with many nf the minor events, recorded In thu Hebrew Scriptures. Mialver our varying human theology nuy make ot it, tlicy beur within thum that seed of In uortallt) which has preserved and will presenu Uodglten Influences, as prinnil sources for tue higher life of luiui. Such points wu surely luid In the memorable story of the wandering ot Ihe Israelite! after they epeaped from to Ihe n No No Whiskey Advertisements Immodest News Items! ' Matter Not Mentioned. "In the stone age," said Mr. In Week-Ion- , MUFFLED KNOCKS j reformer U a man who want! everyone to be better thau he U. A tones that trembled a llttlb, "a man proposed by hitting a woman vtth ' a hammer." "Yes!" replied his wife, with o. steely glare, "but they are careful not to say what happened after they went to housekeeping and tho woman got her hands on a few crude but hefty cooking utensils." His Revengs. "Como on up to the house for din Away down lu his heart every man! ner, old man. "No.not tonight. Your wife won't knows that he Is either clever ot ,lke lv good looking. j "That a Just why I want you to Give a princess a $5 bill, and she come. Whenever she's done anything will spend $1.98 for a new bag to I don't like I always get even by ta- King some one sue uoesn t expect carry the two cents. home to dinner." You can never get a married woman NOT PARTICULAR. to understand why a husband 'should need any spending money j ' Lot's wife turned to salt. Hut now adays lots of wives turn to popper j This photograph shows a section of the largest aqueduct In the world, de- signed to carry 238,000.000 oallons of water dally from the Sierra Nevada mountains, across the Mojava desert, under the Sierra Madre range and 25 miles along the San Fernando valley to Los Angelee, Cal. The total length of the aqueduct Is 235 miles and its cost $26,000,000. For years the aurplus water will be used to Irrigate thousands of acres of fruit land. HUMANS AS BAROMETERS A man who knows all about keeping out of work doetn't know a blame thing about keeping out of trouble. of the old. fashioned man who used to think Maud S. was the speediest thing in the world? What has become The mau who owns a big automobile Is always willing to agree with you when you argue that walking is the finest exercise. When a fellow can hand a girl a dime's worth of junk and stained glass and she believes It Is a (200 en gagement ring that Is love. When a grass widow marries a grass widower they have It all over the amateurs In that they do not have to rehearse the performance. father Is often a party who will his daughter's future with the kind of a mau that he wouldn't trust with the loan of a nickel for car fare. A trust One advantage of being married and having children is that you don't have to use a nail when you lose a button Flitting Climax. off your clothes. You can always And "When a railroad Is completed they a safety pin on the floor. Cincinnati always drive a golden spike at the Enquirer. I end." "What of It?" II DESULTORY DEFINITIONS "When the English militants get the ballot I s'pose they will signalize the Egotist A person who Is all "I's,"' finish of the campaign by throwing a and yet can't see anything but him-elf- . brick through a stained glass window." ! gold-plate- Many human beings are notoriously senMtive not merely to the weather of today, but also to the weather of , tomorrow Arthritic, rheumatic, and neuralgic patients, need no barometer or weather map to tell them when bad weather Is approaching Old wounds give trouble at such a time, and mem bera long since amputated reassert their power to cause pain. These phe-- ( nomena are so well known that It would be sheer fatuity In any scien-titlman to deny them, merely because he cannot understand them, yet, ; strangely enough, they have been the subject of very little systematic Invea-- I ligation, A special case under this general head Is the extreme sensitive-- I ness of some persons to the approach of thunderstorms. The pathological condition experienced by such persons before a thunderstorm must not be , confused with ordinary dread of thun, i dor and lluhtnlnc. In fact, this rnn. "Do you think your sister would dltion often comes on before there like to slide downhill with me?" are any ordinary Indications of the "Surest thing, you know. She's so . storm's approach, and the symptoms fond of sliding downhill, she don't care commonly subside before the storm Is who she's with." over. Attention was called to this condl-- , For the Dude. tlon some years ago by Dr G. M. I'm a little cigarette; Ueard, and It was given the name of My (lama you cannot smother. "astraphobla " Cases of Its occurrence I've a spark upon one end And a vacuum on the other. I I i are familiar to almost everybody. The symptoms of the complaint seem (o Include all kinds of nervous manifestations, going ou quite often to extreme nausea and physical prostration NEST IN A A Flash and a Puff of Smoke. COIL OF WIRE BLlBlBlLBlBllLlLBBBlBaL9BW pain, and (Jreco was smooth shaven for the flrst time In years the keeper, . "Hey, you!" yelled "you'll have to stop smoking that rope down there, or I'll take your smokes away." In spltu of all this, however, when (Sreeo was arrralgned before United States Commissioner Shields, Capt. John Henry of the secret service promptly Identified him as John Herman, alias John Taylor, alias Krank Itoss, who serve! five years in the Western penitentiary, I'enosylvanla. The birds that selectol this queer place for their neat a coll of wire netting evidently did not find it as comfortable a habitation as they bad hoped, for it had been abandoned be. fore the photograph was taken, but after two eggs had been laid for counterfeiting silver dollars, (ireco was arrested at his home by secret service agents on Information sevenfurnished by John Carroll, teen, of 3C2 West streot. Manhattan, and Kdward Tulte, twen of No. S3 Third street, Island City, who are under $1,000 ball each on a charge of passing counterfeit $10 bills. All the agents found aa a nearly completed motorboat In Greco's cellar They said they didn't know how he Intended to get It out when It was completed, as It's bigger now than the Commissioner doors. Shields held him under $10,000 ball for examination. Forty-secon- Ing WOMEN MAKE ROBBER HOWL Famous Street In Damascus Two Catch "Gentleman" Durglar Crawling In Window and Hold Him for Police. Chicago.-Two women proted more Gentleman A man who is so dead Charitable. aure he Is one that be forgets to talk "Did you read where an explorer had about it. discovered a fur bearing fish in the Arctic regions?" Bigot A mau who thlnka so well "No, but I think It was excusable." of bis own views that he won't sub"For a flsh to wear fura?" scribe to ours. "No, for a man to discover one. They must have to drink something to News What you tell other people. keep from freezing." people tell you.) In with whom thuy grappled w hile he was attempting to crawl through a window Into the apartment of J. Italph MANY ARE Cole, OS 50 Drexel avenue, the other Hugo Kngle, who claimed to bo a solicitor for a browing company, was the man arrested after having fallen into the hands of the woman, who showed him scant mercy TIih man first attempted to gain entrance to the flat of Mrs. Mamie Kord,( In the Drexel avenue building, and, falling there, went to the Colo flat, on the floor above, and started to crawl through tbo window. Mrs. Ford returned In time to hear thu noise he made, and summoned Mrs. Nellie Mason, and together the women went after the Intruder. Mrs Mason guarded tho front door, and Mrs. Ford went up the back way and caught Engle at a serious disadvantage. She seized htm with a grip that made him bowl for mercy, while with her cries she aroused the neighborhood. Mrs. Mason promptly and Joyfully took a hand In beating Engle Into sub- mission. A passing teamster beard the uproar and notified tho police of Wood- lawn station, who earned Englo's gratitude by rescuing hlra from the women. than a match for a gentlemanly burg-la- till m Inst they reached Iho land of CatiuJii It Is a story not In onl) plcturt'njue and beautiful Itself, bill with a great n'iinlug for faith uud a living message, today. A more human story we can hardly tlnd, nor one that mure steadily suggests Its purallti In our ordinary experience of life How like ourselves Forget thone far off people were' their strange speech, their curious drevs, their unfamiliar ways; forget the desert nulling, the '.intern lj they remind uh of our common ancetir), they compel us to relit ct how little time uud place affect our common human experience, because In the tumult of their thoughts Is the same contradlctlou of trust and of fear, of patience and ot liuri). of faith and of unbelief, which still exes us all. No doubt their experience was specially trying, but It served, as It was Intended, to bring out their weaknesses, that through their weaknesses they might be made strong. Touching It Is to read In the nnrrutlve of the childlike awaylng ot their feelings from the strong simplicity of a strong confidence In Cod to a faithless repining against his dealings with them Yet through all this con flict of human emotion, there came a stead) Ing Influence, a consciousness which was long after expressed In sacred song, that they were committed to him who would surely lead his people through the wilderness, for his mercy endureth forever Best of All Guidance. Yet this leading of which we read was not exactly such as we lu our narrow humau way would look for and expect. For Instance, It was uot that kind of thing which we so ofteu long fur. it was no Immediate, un wavering direction toward a definite goal, It was rather, we In our language would cill. a moral and spiritual guidance from nod, yet It ui non the less real and none the leas con stant. Kvery day brought the assurance, every night couflrmed It, that the lord was their guide. He took not away the pillar of cloud by day, nor the pillar of fire by night, from before thu people. As sure as tho sun rosa over the mountain crest, with Its promise of new life and beauty, so surely seemed that presence of God. veiled as In a cloud, to permeate the ranks of that wondering, wandering company s sure also as ulght de scended and a thousand stars looked down on their silent trnts, so surely did that presence seem to blaze forth. Illuminating through the surrounding darkness the path by which ther must go- .- Itev A. W Wallace. 1) I) l.'K)Pt uvur-archln- DIVINELY CALLED afternoon. Not Necessarily Only to the Pulpit, but In All the Ordinary Walks of Life. If there Is such a thine at i. illvlna call to earthly workers, why should It oo a monopoly to ministers? There are thousands of channu'.s of iciod besides Ihe pulpit, and It is reasonable tiial thone who labor In thorn should bo now and theii divinely endowed for their work. There have been rulers divinely ordained. There are teach ers uot a few, who some of them In Inconspicuous places, who seem dl. vlncly fitted for their work. Thcro are, writers wuo have guarded their talent as u sacred responsibility; there ore physicians who rise far abovo commercial lutluuncvs and render priceless service to mankind who. whefh. cr conscious of It or not, are as firmly consecrated to the working ot good as It they wore In tho pulpit. Any woman may bear a child, but not every woman by any means Is litter to be a mother in the highest senso. Why Should It not bo said that the mother who rears her children with dom and surrounds them with as at mosphere of love and sympathy and hlghmlndedncss is divinely endowed? "Tbo powers that are ordained of Uod." It Is not for the workers la auy ono field to assume that only they are called, ssssssssassssssssssBsiS I !LJl without at flrst last Your best friend will be Just as pleased to meet you If you don't call iarizing himself with conditions." "Ob, his own condition was responso often when he's busy. Judge. night famil- "Whv have vou flour and molaaaea Cynlo A person smart enough to In nil 4 hnan BallnafaT" keep you continually in doubt as to 'Mother, wo girls are trying to find whether ho Is very clever or very dis- out whom we are going to marry." agreeable. "All right. And while you are peer ing Into tho future, Just see If you can't person determine who Is going; to wash all Agnostic A who knows darned little and isn't these soiled dishes." sure of that, but makes a profession of bis Ignorance. Naturally. She I'm disgusted with our club. Optimist (a) A man who thinks he He What's the matter with It? can fix up some way to keep chickShe Do you know, at our last meetens, though he lives In a flat, (b) A ing, some women gossiped so much man who thinks he can make a scalp- there that I hadn't a chance to be flrst ed ticket good with an application of with tho scandal in our neighborhood. hair restorer, (c) A man who thinks an abuse can be reformed by Its . 8oked. friends, "Dollerby made a speech at the banhlgh-browe- the Kitchen. BVKBBBBBaWlalEaBBBiV ; I BBLaBKaaBKPldvlifllfSTOakBIBIBBB l , quet ill. sible for that" VhhBBpPBBBrBBBElBBfiaBVBBBBa Executions Number I 24,000. NUGGETS Some people never pay up until you wont into partnership as dentists getrun them down. ting on?" "Rather badly, Somehow they don't Many a man has been pushed to the seem to pull together." front through pull. Natural Fireman Many a girl accepts a fellow to keep "Is your husband one of these men Thi principal strMt of Damascus Is th "Mrast that U called Straight," some other girl guessing. who always want to run to a Are?" mantlonsd In the New Testament In connection with IBM conversion of H-"Yes," replied Mrs. Corntossel; Poverty is the soap that guards us "and then sit down la front ot It and Paul. The intranet to It Is hers pictured. The strwst la about a mils lesub beginning at ont of the chief gates of ths city and ruaalaf saat and wss. It against the ills of filthy lucre. o to sleep." brrs4-llk- s rssrf Wwauahas Its I sadist. la eovarsd by a Bad for Dentists. "How are those two young men who robbers, but a largo number were po- It la hinted by offl- clali that the actual number would ex ceed the estimate. lltlcaJ offenders. Officials estimate that 24,000 executions were carried out In the province at 8za Chuon, alone, during 1913, Moat of those killed were China. Peking, gt acting Try Real Thing. Los Angeles, Cal. Paul Cas and Thomas Oreen, who robbed a bank at 15,000 and murdered Dlytho, Cal., ot the cashier, William Bowles, have confessed the crime, The men had beeai In bandit roles for Aim plays. Stepping Stones for Us. The Lord knows bow to mk iIab. ping stones tor us of our defects evea; it is what he lets them be for. Us he rememberoth In the making that we are but duat ih dust of earth that he chose to make something a little lower than the angels out of. Mrs, A, D. T. Whit ney. Mnrcli 5, 101 1. THE CITIZEN. Pago Three CHICKS MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank 3. Montgomery, Instructor Husbandry, nnd Special Investigator. SPRAYING in GEESE ARE LUCRATIVE Stand Midway Between Chicken and Turkey Industries. NEEDED BY GROWING Animal Qreen Stuff and Orlt Are Absolutely Necessary for Growth and Stamina Cause of Runts. to ono gallon of to About a doen now spraying out- i!5 of water, and to this I lbs. of sit h havo already been lionglit till arsenate of lead should ho added. car in Oils vicinity nnd moro nro This spraying will destroy tlio Old Dlrdi Do Well In Any Kind of Weather, Requiring Nothing In fomliifr. As far.ns I know only two senh, leaf spot diseases, canker Way of Shelter but a Comhad prny pumps last year worms, ciirculio, and bud moth. fanners mon Shed to Run Under. In all Oils region and there were Just after tlio blossoms fall from none in 1012. Ceneral notico has apple, plum, and cherry tree the liaising gecso for market Is an Imboon Inkeit of (lie fact that J. J. same material should again ho ap- portant Industry and hat proved Moore and I'lean, I'.vans who spray plied lo ile.lroy the coddling molli very profitable. It stands midway In ed their frtill lnt year wero the that causes wormy fruit. Importance between the chicken nnd only men out of ho mountains Hint turkey Industries. General Treatment of All Plants Geeso are probably tlio hardiest of had good marketable fruit, and For leaf eating Insects, such as there will bo plenty to follow their slug;', caterpillars, beetles, etc., use all domestic fowls, requiring lets atexample Ibis year. Paris green, arsenate of lead or tention than cows or bona, and little Tlio Han .logo scale Is rapidly some oilier arsenical when Insects or no outlay for buildings. The old geeso do well In all weathers with spreading in this country and it lsHr.t appear, nothing In the way of shelter but a necessary In spray in March with I'or sueklng Insects such as plant shed to run under, and usually they Hee, ete., use tobacco dust or lo- - disdain that. They do best on wet or a strong solution of lo destroy this and other similar baceo waler, whale oil soap or kero- - mnrsby land, whom hrna and turkeys would not thrlvo. They are, however, pesls Hint sap the life from most of emulsion. Tor scale inseels such as San Jose very different from other fowls, and our trees. This spray Is so strong their nature that It will kill all buds ami leaves scurfy bark louse, oyster shell scale, unlets requirements Is understood and met they are tho their if put on nfler ihey eomo out, so elc, use strong wash, least profitable of all stock, tn order it must ho applied in March on dry, Just before Hie bud starts to swell. to throw more Hunt on tho subject of warm, sunshiny days, and trunk, gcete and their greatest profits, the Notes yinbs nnd twigs must all be covered Ithodo Island station hat expert If you have to buy an oulrit for mented fur some time, and has Is ' Jitli this strong solution of in order to destroy every spraying, send for tho catalogs of sued a most Interesting report of teats the different manufacturers. In made In cross breeding. lurking scale and spore. Tho following breeds nnd crosses hen you prune your orchnrd buying n spray pump keep in mind were tested. Embdenllrown China, mow all (lie briars and old dead the following points: Einbden-ToulousUrown China, Kmb- 1. The pump should bo capable weeds and burn every bit of brush, Toulouse Drown China, mid other rubbish from tlio orchard of developing from 100 lo 200 pounds and (bus destroy innumerable pests, of pressure. All parts that come in flood spraying will destroy the rest contact Willi tho spraying fluid of them, should be made of brass. It should have a large nir chamber and all tho Commercial Wash parts should bo accessible. Some This material is put up commer- means should bo provided so that cially In concentrated form by a the liquid will lie continually agiTbo different tated. number of llrms. makes vary somewhat, and they 2. Provide plenty of hose. At should bu used according to tlio di- least 23 or 30 feet aro necessary. rections which accompany each .1. livery outfit should have nn Embden and African Crosses. brand. extension rod. This should bo from The commercial mixture is of 8 to 12 feel long, preferably mado Embden-WhltChina, Afrlcan-Urowgreat advantage lo Hie owner of a of bamboo lined Willi brass. China, I'uro African, Pure Embden, and Prince Ed small orchard who does not caro to I. There arc several types of noztaku the time and labor necessary zles. The various makes of tho disc wards Island. Too Kmbden-WhltChina were lo prepare I he material. Many of type are giving the best satisfaction the easiest to pick, were white when growers aro using tlio for all around work. tlio larger dressed, and though small, were commercial mixture altogether and plump and presented an attractive apEssentials in Spraying in longer prepare their own pearance. Tho Embden-Afrlcawere D') a thorough 1. job. good results have Cover also easy to pick and were large and Some plump. The White China, though the been reported from its use nnd it every part of the tree. 2. Do tho work in season. Do weakest and smallest of all breeds. will undoubtedly supplant tlio old when mated with Embden ganders not wait until loo late. method of preparation altogether. gos.1. Spray from above, below and produced vigorous, The concentrated solution can be lings plump (he drug sloro in Korea t lie ides, sending tho spray all when which were Kmbden-Toulout-and solid obtained nl e dressed. The I the (rocs. by the gallon, or you can buy It I la regarded as the most satisfactory I. Keep up a high pressure. 100 cheaper of course by tlio barrel cross for large geese for Christmas Cofrom Sherwin-Williatrade. and Embden and - Cleve- pounds will do, but 200 is belter. .. Ho sure the material Is prop- - African crosses grow best early In the Co., land, 0., Poajlec-fiaulbo- rt season and should be marketed early. Louisville, Ky., and from others. crly prepared. bred Unles directions come with tlio C. Keep the agilalor going con- - I'uro African-Brow- China, nd China should be material how to mix II, it should be stanlly. oerore ran, in oruer mat tney i areMeu gallon of h 7. I'sc a good nozle. diluted with water, one 8. Always wash out tho pump af- -, In nine gallons of watand White All your apple, peach, pear, ttr using. er. cro6Be may be picked easily and later Cautions plum, and cherry trees will need than the others. Io not spray while plants aro in Old geese lay a greater number of this spray as soon as you can get larger egga and are more reliable your pruning done and have a bright bloom. Dissolve copper sulphate in n than young geeso. Young gandem are warm-lik- e day with little wind. It It will destroy a bc,,er for breeding Ulan young geese. must be done before the buds swell wooden vessel. raany fer eeBe do not Iay I YounK tin or iron one too much or it will kill them. ?? ltordenux that has stood over night e first as The First Summer Spray. is not as good as freshly made mix- - ,he Hecond. geege are ortcn ' This should In) applied to apples, l'"'- ' changed from one place to another pears, plums and cherries Just Do not use Paris green or lead ar- - they are apt not to breed well, and the blossoms open, and lo peach senate on fruits within a month of the other conditions being equal they I breed better the third season they are trees from one In ten Idays after tho tho timo they aro lo bo picked. than the second. blossoms fall. Label all vessels containing pols- - ,n For this spray should on. Do not use thcsc-vcsse- ls for any geese n,er, t0 '?sure'h?1b"t f?8"1' obtained also be used, but it must be diluted: other purpose. as early In the fall as possible, not later than October, nreedtng geese HENHOUSE and nice. Wlfo said they tang; a dtf- an Layer Require Sh.lt.r From Cold f(,,ri'nl Reciprocate I W p ne l'nt uutto Wintry Blasts-Fo- wl. nnd a fcw "mal1 wlnd hole, ,n by Producing More Egg. henhouse will blow all tbo profits out It la astonishing how much cold can of our pockets. nice scratching shed t Into a building through a few small onWo also built a houso with large cracks or a broken frame of glatt, openthe end of the spaces In front to let In air and ays the New England Homestead. up We built a henhouse four years ago, sun In pleasant weather and close The curtains when and the boards have shrunk so we with seem to enjoy It It storms. when hens, very much could see through between tome of Embden and Toulouse Crosses, go out. We One morning we found tho It storma to they cannot thenr. In tho anow had lifted In In little pllea alt put a load of nice clean sand should have considerable exercise and Inches of litter then a thed around our choice birds that we are and and fun theyfew bavo scratching be kept moderately thin In flesh do what depending on for winter eggs. through the winter by light feeding We never can bear to see anything for grain In It. and a free range for swimming. The Buffer with the cold, so we at once Toulouse geese lay well, but often do bought some patent roofing and covnot set, Tho Embden geese lay fower Cold Water and Prayers. Kyoto. Jupiin, abounds in picturesque eggs, but make better mothers. ered tho house, making all the laps airtight with tho cement that comes temples nnd quaint shrines, but perDrown China and Wblto China ' with It, haps no more Interesting or beautiful geese are prolific layers. Geeso are Then I got a bag of cement and went spot will tic found tlinu a small shrluu graziers, and too much grain la not all around tho wall that tho houso below tho Ivljonildr.iidera. In tho val- good for them. To Insure fertile eggs they should havo an abundance of stood on and painted up every crack ley beneath this tumplo Is the Otnwn- - green food and have access to a and crevlco I could find, and my, what nvPnH n titiifill wfr.ttim " .ill pond or other body of water. It this a difference It made) '. . , 1B iu ' pipes Is not possible, a tub of water set ohuhkhi The next morning, although tho weather was colder than before, It was . nnd splnshlnc m to the praying stones level with the surface of the ground like going Into a cellar, It was so warm . In front of the shrine below, says tho will answer. Strand Magazine. On these tho devout kneel reverently, sometime for thirty Poultry Head Louse. or forty minutes, with cold water pluy-In- g The head louso attacks young BBBBBBbI on their hacks, supplicating tho chicks generally before tbey are feathbbbbbbI bbbbPbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb deity of tho shrine for tho safety and ered out, and Is first found on tho welfare of soiuu beloved friend or rel- head with Us claws or feeders sunk Into the skin of tho head. As they ative. becomO moro numerous, they attack ' the throat and neck as well. The remedy Is simple, but It takes a Uttlo 'r-yI, time. Each chick must have Its bead greased with lard, cottonseed oil or ollvo oil. You will have to look Quickly rtllMM W.mmatLn. Kora SI closely to see these Insects. They are ul II pId. very destructive to chickens and must uur uunrr back l( It f alia lo tr ata ut arka la aur pact ui iua wu Inl be controlled or exterminated It the flf Uitn :mBwira iiiua. au. .11 All DruQOl'f, chick is to bo healthy. A. C. Smith. TREES Ifmu-siilnli- ur -2 liinc-sulphi- ir, e lime-sulphur lime-sulphur Lime-Sulphur e African-Toulouse lime-sulphn quick-growin. I'uro-Africa- n African-Toulouslime-sulphur I mUlT brooding houses by experienced breeders that tho value of green stuff and grit for growing chicks cannot bo (overestimated. In fact, theso two common articles aro absolutely noces-sntI for growth nnd stamina. Somo peoplo say that they cannot i n .1 ..t.j.n .nt --roun 111 fv . h"1 ' .tuff nuu nucu w V fji In their yards Inter wo sco a lot of presumably healthy chickens, but the slzo for age and breed is far below tho normal, for the simple reason they have stopped growing at tho critical period for lack of greens, and probably that lack Is moro the cause of runty specimens than any other part of the management. As to grit every one should bo able to supply that from even a gravel pile, If commercial grit is not convenient. Hut tke latter Is the finest for the purpose of teeth In the chicks, then the feed will be ground flno and y It has been repeatedly proven by continuous experiments at government experiment stations, and In private RJMC CLAIMS FOR THE ROAD DRAG Really Holding Back Construction of Good Roads, as Many Believe No Work It Needed. MffiMRONAL SlJNMrSCIIOOL Lesson P.y K. O. SELLERS, Dimeter of Evenln Department, The Moody nible Institute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR MARCH 8 WATCHFULNESS. (Temperance Letton.) 12:35-4IXBSON Tr.XT-"Lu- ke TBXT-"Bl- Mril GOLDEN are tho arrvanla whom the Lord when he comcth Bhsll nnd watchlmr."-Lu- ke 1S:J7. In an article on "Split Log Drug and How lo Use It to Obtnln IltRt Mr Howard II. Orost, amoci; othi-things, says: The words of Jesus are the greatest "A good road Is ono that Is good authority the believer has upon which and serviceable 365 days In tho year, to found his belief In the Second Com-- 1 a road whereon one may ride or Ing. Some refuse to have much to do drive with pleasure or have full loud with this Important themo becausooth-- ( without strain upon the horse, ve- crs havo perverted It or else "overly hicle or harness. emphasized It" yet In the 2C0 chapters "To do this the road must have a In the New Testament thero are 318 hnrd, smooth surface and offer the distinct references to this theme, a far greater proportion than Is placed upon (11IU ODIIUIIUll-iU ll.O DBlt-Jll- , iUU minimum of resistance. "An earth road may be an excellent somo of the doctrines upon which chicks will grow naturally and bo a sight to prove the value of both neces- one today and tomorrow a very bad whole denominations have been foundone. It may be a delight In June and ed. sary articles. a fright In March. Such roads have Relative Value. thtj virtue of a balky horse, they are I. The exhortation to watch, w. 0. BEST RESULTS IN SCALDING liable to fall when most wanted. This Is the beginning of a new "The extravagant claims that havo paragraph. Jesus has been showing Water Should Be Just at Boiling Point been madq for tho road drag aro real the relative value of material possesBefore Birds Aee Immersed ly. holding back the building of good sions and the Kingdom of God and How to "Plump." roads. Man have believed that all epitomizes his teaching In v. 34. thst was required to have good roads now sets before his disciplines Ho what To obtain the best result, the scaldshall their attitude towards him during ing of poultry Is something that must his absence (II. Pet. 3:11, 12 It V., s be done with the greatest caro. 2:13; II. Tim. 4:8). Thus to be makes an unattractive watchful seems to contradict his sugTho water should be just to a gestions about anxiety. We need to boiling point, but not actually boiling remember, however, that the child before the birds are Immersed. In doof the Kingdom la In entirely new ing this, It must not be forgotten the relationship with the world. operator must hold the bird by the His desire Is not for self enrichment but legs and head nnd then lift up and rather to be In such relations with Ood down In the water three or four times, as his rights demand and thus to bring when all feathers and to others their highest good. This parshould bo removed Very cleanly withable epitomizes opportunity. Rightly out breaking the skin. All scalded to make use of none's opportunities poultry should be "plumped" after spells happiness for the disciple when picking by dipping for about two seche the king shall appear. The evidence onds In very hot water Just under boiling point and then thrown into that we are watching for his appearing consists of the readiness of the incool water of the natural temperature, where It should be allowed to dividual who is or Is not watching, remained for 15 to 20 minutes. r. 35; I. Pet 1:13. Jesus knocks at the Individual heart (Rev. 3:20) but when he comes 'twill be to be present at a MOVABLE ROOSTS ARE HANDY r ! 35-4Over-scaldin- g TI-tucar-casf- l. s Frame Is Hinged to Back Wall and Fastened to Rafter Out of Way During the Day Time. A Good j I Pennsylvania Road. Here Is my plan of putting In movable roosts and it works fine for me, writes S. Wnhl of Clay county, Nebraska, In the Missouri Valley Farmer. The'ronst frame Is hinged to the back wall with two hinges. A rope Is tied to a ring In the front and fastened up to a rafter. Through the day the J ... ZJ'u was to, go up and down a streak of mua once ar twice, say presto,' and heboid a good highway. This Is sheer . nonsense. This loud acclaim of a r road,' made good In nn This famous , hour or so, Is a myth. road wsb greatly Improved by the dragging, but It Is not a good road, and never will be until It Is thorough ly drained, properly graded and has a hard, durable wearing surface placed "upon It," 'Hlver-to-nive- POOR ROADS ARE EXPENSIVE Movable Roott Platforms. roosts may be swung or dropped out of the way and let down again at night. The roost poles may be laid either way lengthwise or crosswise. There are several of these roosts In use here and we think they are very handy. American Farmer Pays 25 Cents Mile Per Ton for Carrying Farm Products to Market. "" Mc" SS bo-fo- re lime-sulph- ur lty PoultdyNotds It seems as though nothing Is so poorly marketed as poultry. a There are 2,100,000 miles of public roads In this country. Only 160,000 miles, or 7 per cent, are Improved. All the rest can be fairly detcVlbed as bad roads. The watte of our natural ! resources, reckless as It Is, la noth- lnf compared to the money waste brought about by thU condition of our highways. It costa the French peasant an av erage of 12 cents a mile per ton to haul his produce to market It costs American farmer an average of , the ao cents a mue per ion, or luu.per cent more than the Frenchman. Durhauling of ing the year 1 905-- 90 farm produce to shipping points amounted to between forty and forty-fiv- e million tons weight The average haul waa 9.4 miles. If the farmers could have done their hauling over French roads. Instead of their own Inferior ones they would have netted 1(8,900,000 mora on their crops. Dut all the hauling lo shipping points Is not done by farmers by any means. The interstate commerce I commission tells us that In all tome--, thing like 250,000.000 tons are hauled for shipment every year. The willingness to move this Immense volume of freight over poor roads, as against good roads such as France enjoys, costs the country a cool unnecessary WELL-PROTECTE- D J ' hf , ' To make the layers take some exercise throw some ears of corn Into the pen, Keep the bouses and run clean. It will save trouble later lc keeping the fowls healthy. For young or old stock, nothing beats a wet mash of cornmeal and milk for fattening. The use of whitewash may be continued through the fall and winter with splendid results. Don't forget that water will and does make up a large per cent of an egg and also of a fowl's body. Keenlne too manv breeds la nnnr way to succeed. One or two breeds given the best of care Is best. a a a year. These figures and facta come from the office of Logan Waller Page, the United States director of public works. $305,000,000 I ik A dose of cayenne pepper, well bid den In a small piece of fat, and given at night, Is good for a simple cold. a a BONDS IN NEW YORK STATE The average poultryman will gain in the end by sending off the cockerels as fast as Uicy attain broiler age. a Second Issue of $50,000,000 Was Greatest Thing In Good Road History of Last Year. 'There's a difference In breeds as to egg production, early laying, early ma turity and market finish. Look Into this. Too much corn Is harmful to the chicks Just as It Is to the hogs, and corn should always bo fed with some green stuff. g -- BOURBON 341 East Milt) SI.. REMEDY COMPANY. Lussttoa. Kf 1 noth texes In geese are feathered exactly alike, which makes It difficult to distinguish ganders from geese. especially when young. a Prize Winning Leghorn. Handicap In Scaly Leg. A dishonest egg may fool a Hens afflicted with scaly leg cannot customer with the dealer stamped on dato give the best service in egg producthe egg, but he cannot fool blm on tion, and rough shanks look bad. the content more than once. The greatest thing In good roads history In 1912 was the actlou of New York In voting a second state bond There was some Issue of $50,000,000. opposition to the proposition, but It went Uirough with a good majority. New York has led all other states In road Improvement Under the act of 1(06 it Issued $50,000,000 worth of road bonds. This It Bpent at the rate of about $5,000,000 a year. With what has been spent and with contracts made the whole sum has been disposed of, and so the new $5,000,000 comet In to continue the work. These huge bums have enabled New York to more than double her mileage of Improved roads and to project large plans for trunk lines. Incidentally, It means nn Increase In the direct tax of about $2,500,000 year!. feast, v. 36. We cannot contract this time and there Is no call to service tomorrow. Lions girt, ready for the battle or for the race, and lamps burning, (light Is always the result of something being consumed), are today's visible evidence of continuous service. Peter's Question. II. The explanation to Peter, w. Detween this parable and the one which follows, Peter Interrupts by asking the question, "Lord, speakeet thou this parable unto us, or even unto all?" That which follows Is his answer to that question but It Is also a continuance of the teaching Just given. In this part Jesus refers to stewards ) that It is their supreme business to Beek the Kingdom by selling in order to give. The one work of a servant is to give to the members of an household, each In due season his portion of the father's I. Pet. bountiful grace. John 21:15-17- : 6:2; Jer. 3:15. There are many deceitful servants who first feed themselves, or feed only a portion of the household, or who feed chaff rather than bread, even the true bread of life, I. Pet. 2:2; 4:10, 11. Jesus teaches us t that each shall likewise be Judged and that suddenly. ML The exhortation. Jesus Christ here presents to us the fact that we shall all be Judged. That the measure of our reward or of our punishment is dependent upon the measure of our knowledge and of our opportunity, James 4:17. To him to whom much Is given, of him shall much be required. Our present responsibility Is that of being ready for the coming of the King and of his Kingdom. The expression of that readiness Is evidenced by our lives of service. There are of course many other phases of service not Included in this parable, hut our Lord Is emphasising opportunity, stewardship, service, watchfulness. la order to fulfill our service we most enter Into fellowship with the king In his reign, and those who enter Into that fellowship, who are faithful, he will reward vv. 37, 43. The measure of our punishment Is conditioned upon the measure of our knowledge (v. 48) and our knowledge can be enlarged as we j use our opportunities. IV. The Golden Text, (v. 37). Is Intended to fix our attention upon the acta of our Lord when he shall return. It seems astonishing that he shall compel those whom he finds watching to seat themselves) that be may gird himself and serve them. Here we gird ourselves that we may serve blm by serving others (Matt. 25:40). Rut In, that tomorrow the day of his victory, he will gird himself and serve thoso-whhave been watchfulness and obedient servants. This Is a suggestion, of the exceeding grace mentioned by the Apostle Paul, Rom. 11:33. V. The Temperance Lesion Is suggested by the conduct of those who are not watching for the King's appearing (v. 46). They were Indulging In the animal pleasures of the moment The Kingdom of Ood is not In eating and drinking but consists of righteous ness and Dnace and Joy in the Holv Spirit, Rom. 14:17. The effect of In. tempnrance on the death rates, on the next generation, from an economic standpoint or viewed from any angle. Is only the result of the most criminal shortsightedness. A clear apprehension of the fact of the Imminence of his return would change all lives. 41-4(bond-servantsbond-servan- Page Four. FARMERS THE CITIZEN. March 5, iOU.s J INSTITUTE CQLUIE ITEMS Madison County Farmers Institute was held Inst Friday nnd The February 201 Issue of The Saturday, Feb. 27th and 28th nl Ko- Record of South Pasadena, Calif, rea a usual. Tho program started states that Dr. and Mrs. Cowloy nro with the organization of tho Insti- guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Brymcr NETS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A r I to I lniilnrnv rinnil. Mr. tution for tho year. Tho ofllccrs VARIETY OF SOURCES elected were: Pres., J. W. Herndon; Jones and Mrs. Cowley nro slslors. Vice Pres., U. S. Torrill; Scc'y, Jesse Prof. C. F. Riimohl left on the Haiigh. fast train last Friday nflernoon on a Mr. ). M. Gotl spent Hie first of The following persons look part business trip I" Kansas City. t lie week in Cincinnati on business.) Rev. A. C. Haird, of Crab Orchard, ini Ibe program: J. K. llltu of TenMr. Win. Hays visited with his nessee, who lectured on livo stock Ky visited last Saturday with his daughter, Mrs. Bidder, nonr Ml.) production, W. II. Anderson of Ind-- ! son. Win. Jesse, who is a student of Vornon recently. CITT PIIONK 133 inna on Soil Fertility and Corn Pro- the College Department. Mr. Chetor Engle was In Rich- - duction; C. I.. Clayton of Ohio on The Mises Bessie Vaughn and Offic over Berea Bank A Trust Co. Fruit Orowing; Prof. Montgomery Viola Gllmore visited over Sunday monil on business last Thursday. V Mis .1. T. Thompson and Mrs. J. on Seed Corn; Mr. J. W. Herndon Willi Mis Lou Phillips at her home ) DAN H.YRECK Stock I). Wynn of Paint Lick visited W. on Mule Production; Mr. Haird on at Wil.lie. Fire, Life, Acddeat, aad Lire C. Haley on Chestnut St. Rural Liro; Prof. Clark on FertilizMr. Earl Stephens of the Academy INSURANCE Ml Fonnie Dowdcn is assisting ers and Crop Rotation. Mr. Flancry Department, met his father, Mr. E. Farming, and Mr. L. Stephens, Cashier of tho Bank at Will if n jour bond. in Hit' hook bindery department of on Business nl WiiiMinslnr Inul Uil t'.ii-u- i I1ti Fletcher on Canning, Richmond, Ky. I lie College Printing Olllce. Phone 505 The speakers handled their sub- Thursday, and accompanied him toj It pays to buy the best grass seeds jects in both a convincing and Frankfort, returning the first of this L. & N, TIME TABLE i (ad) practical way which compelled tho WCCK. llien go lo Welch's. North Bound, focal Mr. Red Anderson, who lias been nterest of everyone present nnd Mr. Alfred Wood of the Senior BEREA, KY MAIN ST. 7:00 a. m 10:53 p. m. employed by Judge llnlliday, has especially the KnoxvilW Academy Class spent Sunday with fanners. 1:07 p. m. 3:52 a. m. accepted n position with tlic lorleri The average BEREA attendance of the home folks at Wildie. 7:45 a. m. Moore Drug Co. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnttl farmers was the largest of any inMr. Jas. A. Burgess, Superinten South Bound, Local Mrs. Jennie Lester Hill and son, stitute ever held here and the meet- dent of the Woodwork Department, AN EVENING WITH THE p. m. m. 8:16 C:30 a. Senior Girls Entertain Cincinnati li, ing resulted in a cooerative plan starts this week for Florida where Lester, returned Sunday from TEACHERS 12:34 .p.m. 12:33 a.m. BEREA tho Senior clas. I'lie women of Oregon, where Lester has Tor buying fertilizers direct from he will spend two weeks resting. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo Dick enter6:50 a. m. 7:00 p. m. Knoxvilh been attending I lit; Oregon School manufacturer lo the farmers. In preparatory for tho strenuous work with the assistance of Miss Welsh tained most hopitably tho teachers Express Train ud Mi. Bowersox. entertained the of Agriculture for the pnst two ten minutes enough fertilizer was I of (lie spring. No. 31 will stop to Uk on passen. r Hi.. r,illiL-l:iiDeonrlineul and olllcers of tho Union Church years. He graduated at the end of gers for Knoxvllle and points beyond. at a tea, Monday afternoon from Sunday School nt their homo Monthe second semester. They plan to There was a very South Bound four to six, in Wel Room of Ladies day evening. be in Berea for some time. thorough discussion of the oppor8:00 a. m. Cincinnati Hall. The sale is over at Welch's but 11:55 a.m. BEREA The room was tastefully decorat- tunities and needs of the school, mol nil the prices go on just the No. 32 will stop at Berea to take ed with llowers and potted plants, and plans were devised and started (ad) on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and same. i In the receiving line were Misses for making the. school of still greater Mr. Jas. Heldon of Snider came and the service to points beyond. jShumaker, Coe, Spangler, Dunker, community. the church Dick'stoleadto Berea Sunday to succeed Mr. A. Under Mr. North Bound tho guest i Beecher, and Mrs. Taylor, F. Scruggs as telegraph operator at 4:45 p. m. BEREA of honor. Tea was served and mus- - ership Ilio school is doing active and the L. & N. depot. Mr. Scruggs has The teachers are ellleiont work. 8:50 p. m. Cincinnati ic was furnished by tho viciroiu Plows. Plows Grass Seeds taffies, Baffies resigned hi position and will write hearty In their support and The most interesting feature of insurance. Grass Seta's Plows, Plows Baffies, taffies in their men, inc llio afternoon was the talk by Mrs.l",t-,'"ssiv- e Miss Fannie Dowden of Paint Mr. nnd Mrs. Meredith Gabbard of to England last withering was productive or great Grass Seeds Plows, Plows Taylor on her trip taffies, Baffies Lick- - is in town for several weeks' near Berea spent Saturday visiting summer. She brought with her n Kod. isit with friends. Plows, Plows Baffies, Baffies Grass Seeds in town. COMING EVENTS number of pictures oL tho historic Miss Christine Aslier of Wallace-to- n Grass Seeds Plows, Plows Baffies, Bafgies m cry WKD.NT.SDAY, March tl. 7 SMI p. m. FOR RENT. One cotplaces, which were enjoyed was shopping in Berea last Fri- tage on Chestnut and Parkway. Call much. Chapel. Oratorical Conic!, Be-Plows, Plows Grass Seeds Baffies. Baffiss day. on Mrs. Laura Jones, Chestnut St., All voted it the unci enjoyable rea Prohibition Association. Grass Seeds Plows, Plows Baffies, taffies Mr. A. Marcuiu made a business Berea, Ky. WEDNESDAY, March 25, Lyceum occasion of tho year. trip to Nicholasville, Jessamino Co., Plows, Plows Grass Seeds Baffies, Baffies lecture by Thomas Brooks Mr. and Mrs. J. Burdetto went to Normal vs. Academy last Thursday, returning Saturday. Spring term ope as.-Fletcher. Richmond Monday where thoy will One of tho most Interesting games Mr. E. T. Fish was in Richmond spend the week. Mrs. Burdetto is of tho season was played Monday the first of the week. GATHERED UP taking treatment from Dr. Sandlin. afternoon when the Academy team Mr. F. O. Bowman spent last QUALITY Best oa Earth. PRICES Always Right. Mrs. J. A. Early was slightly ill wns defeated by tho Normal, the, Thursday afternoon and evening in The Chine nefer eat beef. the tlrst of the week at the home of core being Richmond son, Mr. Jim Early, on Chestnut India has crabs two feet long; Both team were weakened by Hie Best Bugsies, Best Buggies, Best her Mrs. Early is 92 years of age Buggies. Ifct Buggies, Best Buggies, loss of men, but from the start to, Famllr Jars contain, aa a rule tears. finish the Normal men showed betBest Buggies, Best Buggies, Best and as a rule enjoys good health Miss Grace Lee Cornelius went to Buggies, Best Buggies at Welch's. ter head work and belter skill in A good butter la ssad from cocoa- hootiug baskets (ad) Cincinnati Monday of this week to I ... MI1W line-u- p was: Harrison Mr. Oscar Johnson, brakeman for take her music lesson. The Normal and Martin, guards; Parker, center;, the L. A' X. Railroad, visited with Mr. Jack Wood of Wildie spent rirpad minded mea are the oaea rest j can ItosMns "and Mills; forwards. homcfolks in Bcfea last week. Sunday in Berea. confine bj argument. I lie Academy men were: dray W. J. Edmunls of Louisville was You always get the best grass Cupid accomplish little wia be and Coyle, guards; Hunter, center; in Berea the first of the week. (nd) seeds at Welch's. Phillips and Elliot (relieved by Ern- - shoot with an old beau. Mr. Chas. S. Rico of Rice Station Tho Woman's Missionary Society Dr. and Mr. Go, ivlm luivn heen l...rirl forw-iritwo was visiting in Berea Sunday and of the Baptist Church met with Mrs. spoken for to amount to about ",or,r" . Parker made tho most points for carloads. This is a big step toward visiting at Boone Tavern for sever-- 1 Monday of this week. L. A. Davis on Tuesday of this week, or ?" cooperation and is a sign that the al days, returned to Cincinnati last the Normal and Coylo made six of man. Wei- Mr. J. H. Cooper, travelling sales- and bad a very interesting meeting P0" are opening their eyes to Friday, (the Academy s points. fanners iBy man for the Litllelleld and Stceres and a good time. Dainty refreshopportunities around them to Professor Marsh returned Monday! 't Is the first timo in years that Candy Co. of Knoxvillo called on ments were served after the busi- i the enjoy better methods of farming. NOTICE from Richmond. Va, whero ho has4 'he Normal has conquered the Acn- ness meeting. the merchants here Monday. they aro lo bo congratu- - All those wishing to buy slraw-ferenThe Ladies' Department of tio been attending an educational cou- -i ''?"'' Mr. It. R. Coyle spent the first of institute- was conducted by Mrs. It looks like a continued sale at lal-'on tho tine work which se-- 1 iM!rry, tomatoe, sweet cabbage and for several days. Welch's for the prices haven't been the week in Cincinnati and Louis- Ginn, Miss Tyler and Miss SIicIqw. ,1,eir vic,'ry. celery plants in wholesalo quanli- Treasurer Osborne received word (ad) ville on business. changed. , ivo Instructive demonstration, were rccently of the death, after a severe1 " orders this "''n ' . -Miss Jes-jl- - Smith came up from occasion ' Miss Laula Isaacs left last week given in cooking and sewing. Miss ns olilonviso wo aro not ., teaching for Wallard, Sask, Canada, where Tyler surprised the people by pre- illness, of bis brother. .Mr. William Livingston where she is 1 teachers of the col- - planting more than for our own and II. 0,bon.e, of Reading, England. . and spent Saturday and Sunday she expects to engage in teaching. paring cowpeas in a variety of ways During Treasurer and Mrs. Osborne's OUi .,ac,"l rm" lra"- ?m m with her parents on Center St. Mr. Jeff Murphy and wife have for table use. which shows that this visit in England J or sale last "summer they - ;;v,;m',f; nl,rl,ho '""T,0' Df- - T'w Mrs. W. H. Brannaman of Boyd rented a part of the property on wonderful legume is not only adaptThoy certainly a i Disk Harrow, t culli- n. ...in. .... i... i U , It I'lW'lUlll. iiiuiiiis nil t to is spending a few days with homc- - Prospect St. belonging to D. C. Pul-lin- s. ed to the farm but also has n great si-"""" lu "u '"fvaior, i plow, i spring wagon, tiio Os-- ." Oborne in North Devon. Mr. fiilk'g nnd friend iti Iteren. ! Mr. Pulling, whose wife died value a a human food. "'''f1 ? I? forget wagon for ?I5. Come and make a borne was acquainted will, Prcsi- -' . .. r .11 r i, 11,0 uiuun recently, will live with them. G. Baugh. ins. UUUJv!. LtlSWi;.! Ult 1UU5II r.. 60 1 ! Jests rest. " catr dent Frost and Dr. Cowley, and also bo"kf a!" this week with her Mrs. Laura Turner of Kerby Knob is visiting of Joyous fellowship provail- -j BCREA COLLEGE GARDEN DEPT. U'roressor Mason, a former Iterea. Mrs. Nannie Brannaman who has been visiting her father, Mr. mother. 11 was . vor' evident that the as-- 1 (w BIRTHDAY PARTY vvnrtoi- - . I on Chestnut St. D. X. ntick. nnd sister. Mrs. Plnnervl twonty-lir- st birthday of Miss i Edward Hatteii of the Foundation sumption of the diKiiitv that belongs The Mr, E. A. Adams, clerk in Welch's and Mrs. Lengfellner, and other FOR SALE. For Salo on easy thu pedagog in no way dispelled srocery store, spent Sunday in Lex- friends in town, left Saturday to Helen L. Knecland, who for many .Department was called to his home (he liking for a good time and the terms or will exchange for other years has lived with her aunt, Mrs. Lebanon, Monday. ington. joys that pertain to the days of stock a good young draft stallion join her husband at their new homo Timothy, clover, red lop seed at North Vernon, Ind. Mr. Turner L. V. Dodge, was pleasantly The company dispersed with and jack. Will not let out on shares. I Phillip W. Davison, n student of on Saturday last. Following oats and all kinds of tho very best has a splendid position there as deling on tho part of all that they J. W. Herndon. family observanco of tho day, last year, sends word from Pine- (ad) farm foreman of a 1,000 aero farm the ?eeds now on sale at Welch's, (ad) Bcroa. Ky. hurst. N. C. that ho is enjoying his'"0"'1' like lo do it again. Miss Knecland was completely surI Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ely are tho owned by Ohio Wcsloynn Univerprised a littlo after 7:00 p. m. by tho work at the famous summer resort. proud parents of a fine baby girl. sity and supervised by Mr. S. L. advent at Professor Dodge's of a He says that tho golf playing is line.1 Mr. A. J. Smith, traveling sales- Clark. company of young people. Theso The members of the Cabinet of man for Farris, Fuller, Crenshaw RECEPTION TO DR. AND MRS. G0SS were: Mrs. Grace Smith, Misses the Young Women's Christian Asso-- ! Dry Goods Co. of Knoxvllle, Tenn, Lucy Webb, Maud Welch, Dahlia ciatlou with Miss Frances Smith,' A large company of friends gathpent the week end with bis famiered at Iloono Tavern on tho ovening Ambrose, Sarah and Pearl Jones, tho traveling secretary who was ly on Center St. Harwood, visiting the Association nt thalj and Edith of Saturday, February 21st, to meet Katheriuo Mrs. F. M. Moran was in Richwith Rev. Charles Frederick Goss Messrs. Baugh, Evans, Jones, La.'. time, met ut the hospitable bomoj mond on business last Friday. Myers and Smith. The timo until (of Mrs. II. E. Taylor last Wednesday' Mrs. Laura Jones mado a busi- and Mrs. Goss of Cincinnati, who were for a timo visiting Berea. Tho 0:15 was made to seem short by con- evening and bad a most interesting' ness trip to Cincinnati tho first of occasion was a very happy one, us versation, stories, educating games nnd profitable meeting and very on- the week. tjoyablo time. Dr. and Mrs. Goss huvo mado for nnd light refreshments. homo-folMr. Morris Phillips visited themselves many friends in Berea at Wildie last Sunday and Mr. Juno Logsdon of Jcnks, Ky, DINNER PARTY during their all too brief stay. Var-- 1 Monday. former student of Hio Normal Departin tho different' A dinner in honor of Mrs. K. U. ment, is spending a few days visitMiss Lucy Praler of Mlddlesboro, ions addresses stuPutnam was given by Mr. and Mrs. ing relatives in town. is visiting for n fow days with chapels wore recolvcd by tho dents with enthusiasm, as Dr. Goss J. W. Stephens, March 1st, at tholr friends in town. Rov. Young of near Richmond was has with unsparing good will met cozy homo on Chestnut St. Tho upon him to guests wore Misses Boatrlght, Luoy in Berea Monday of this week. the numerous demands address tho students. Out of u wido Smith, Edith Frost and Mrs. PutThe Misses Blanche Davis and and varied experience as well as nam. Tho cordial welcome and tho Myrtle Staru and Messrs. A. D. Todd from a storo of ripo scholarship, ho good cheer caused all lo forget the and Jack Imrio attended tho conhas brought forth treasures both wintry blast without and tho beau- ference of tho Student Volunteers A largo audience tiful dinner proved tho hostess to of Kentucky at Wllmoro Snturduy new and old. gathered to hear his sermon in the bu mistress of culinary art. Kaoh and Sunday. Ir . Parish House. Berea extends to one felt that it was a raro opporAnnouncement is received of tho theso friends u hearty Invitation to tunity to ronow and seal old birth of a baby boy to Rov. and Mrs. come again. E. E. Young of Harrison County, Indiana. Mrs. Young will ho remembered as Miss Rebecca Mainous, of I Vincent, Owsley County, who was a 0-":. 5 student in Berea in 1008. I Word has also been recoived from Mr. and Mrs. Hnrvoy K. Moycr, of t Carlisle, Pa., announcing tho birth 'The Caah Store" i of a sou, Harvey Kessler Meyer, Jr. I was Mls9 Frances Mrs. Moyor MAIN STREET, Near Bank Berea, Kentucky Main Street ShulU. Mr. Moyor Is a "worker In tho Cnrlislo Indian School. LOCAL PAGE The 11 We Still Have Many Bargains to offer in DR. BEST, DENTIST ' I I DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND LADIES' & MEN'S J FURNISHINGS J. B. RICHARDSON , ! Cor-val- ! n PLOWS J i live-roo- "1 i 20-1(- 5. i I I J ' "'J,,0 "JiX ce ,,, ,,, '' " 1 I f r.3"' '" l.ll ofr8' two-hor- se I celo-brat- ed "'h. : NOTICE -- : ks For good Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings of all kind t prices that are right see . Tht LUcktt Store SM CLARKSTON Hardware and Groceries HAYES & GOTT 1 i. March- 5, - lull. ARE PROPOSED from THE CITIZEN. MApiSON COUNTY Pagd'Flve.l. Walnut Meadow Pike TWO SESSIONS t (Continued rre One.) The bill of Senator Durham to proaccount of Big Illll, March hibit hazlna-- In educational Institutions I he cold weather pcoplo nro not and tho measure to add the elementi si b ring very muoh so thcro nro not of agriculture and domestic science to many news items for Dig Hill. the common school curriculum receivMr. Henry Orcon. who has been ed favorable reports. sick, is well again. Favorable report was made on bills Miss l.uey Hayes and Hco were to require each county to have a de- shopping in llichmond last Saturpository for public funds; relating to day. Ilea of employes and material' men on I'ncle Joe Heceo is not very well. real estate, and the bill requiring Mr. .1. A. Hunter and James Orcon semimonthly payments of wages. have bought the .Sieve flreen farm Representative I'oteet, of Larue on lied Lick. , court county, offered n Joint resolution In Mrs. Phillip Hayes, who lias beon t the house, which llee over, placing the sick, Is heller. Stat Amends Insurance Bill. general assembly on record a favor Mrs. Henry Farley lias been sick The Glenn Are Insurance bill, the turning living to the slate rating board ing birthplace ofover of Lincoln farm, for some lime hut is some belter. Abraham Lincoln, to Mr. and Mrs. Willie Settle aro the power to supervise fire Insur- the government. At present the farm the ance rates and contracts, and to born Is being maintained by the Lincoln the proud parents of a son, employ experts to determine the fair-nHie 'JHIh of Feb. His name is EdFarm association. of these contracts and rates,, gar. pasaed the senste by a vote of 13 to Wills Settle havo Mr. and Mr The house went Into committee of IS. It previously had passed the bouse. the whole to hear Dr. N. A. Palmer, relurned from Wclchburg, where At amended the bill does not give the Dr. W. K. Arnold, and Frances rating board the right to fix flat rates. Oeauchamp, president of Mrs. Women's I bey have been to sec Mrs. Scltlo's the The bill provides for a levy of one per Christian Temperance Union. They mother, who hud a severe slroko of paralysis. She is yet seriously ill. eat on the premiums collected from submitted a t banner, upon Are Insurance In this state to pay the Mot of the sick here are well. which were attached petlttona asking aalarlea of the experts. It wilt raise for the aubmlislon of the question to a revenue of $42,000, It la said. The the people. Hickory Plain regulation of mutual employee' liability isuurance companies and giving Hickory IMain, March 1. Mr. 13. Cje Insurance commissioner the right Senator Tunis, who Introduced a bill S. Terrill passed through hero yesto lareellgate all complaints filed appropriating $90,000 for the construc- terday enroute lo llichmond with n against life Insurance companies are tion of new buildings at the Eastern hunch of cattle for court day. provided In two measures Introduced Hospital for the Insane In Lexington, Miss Lucie Cockran entertained accompanlad It with a Joint resolution, by Senator Coburn. which was adopted, providing for a full a few of her friends Saturday Investigation of the needs of the In- night wilh a rook party, after Man Passes for Solone. wliich refreshments wero served. That hundreds of passes have been stitution by a Joint legislative given to members of the legislature Mr. Karl Mnupin of Covell, 111 during the session of the legislature relurned home a few days ago af waa testified to before the house probe Bennett II. Toung, of Louisville, ask- ter nn extended visit wilh relatives committee. Itobert Fleming, of the ed that an appropriation of $10,000 ev- here. Loulavllle A Nashville railroad, and ery quarter for the Confederate HosM Mr. and Mrs. Pall Cornclison of . O. railway, he sMatla-Garrett Wall, of the C. for four years. llichmond, who came Friday for a testified that they had given so many visit with home folks, relurned Sal passes to the members that they could unlay, accompanied by his mother st estimate the number. They were and cousin, Mary Adaths, of Derea. ordered to produce the stubs of the UNITED STATES NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Joe Maupin and Mr. pee books. Representative Quthrls (Oiiilliiiiril from Tare One.) Coke, chairman of the committee, Kiah McKcchau and wife spent etated that steps will be taken to stake pino Islands if the present super- Sunday with Mrs. Dan Maupin. publto the number of passes given. Mr. Heed Cornelison of Bybetown vision continues. last his mother-in-la- w Hi; says, "It may not have been visited Cut In Fare Prepeeed. true. Hint a promise was given the week. One of the Interesting measures bow Mr. I'al Lewis and wife were when before the legislature Is that of Rep- Filipinos for resentative Stone, of Crittenden coun- the treaty was mailo with Aguinni-il- o, guests of Mrs. Hill over Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hud Bush have just ty, Uniting paaseugsr fare aboard hut I maintain that (lie American trains In Kentucky to centa a people have no Divine call to set up relurned from a visit to their alle. A subatltute. Increasing th a Kovernineiil against the will of nephew, Mr. James Walker Coving-Io- n Maximum rate to 2V4 cents a mile and these people. They want immedinnd family, and Mr. Leo Mnuproviding for universal mileage books ate independence and tolil me so pin, who is very seriously ill at the w offered, and ordered printed. when I was Secretary of War. Thoy home of his daughter, Mrs. Coving, The Morning After. I would he happier even with sclf- - ton at Waco. Jokes are uever a funny In Hie inllietions if free than under existMiss Anna Roberts of Mole is atmorning i they nro ut Ui'M the night ing conditions. tending school at Richmond. fifty-foorail-rssX u-- cffcult courts', In all penal orniet where th punlthment doe not exceed a fine of 119, and Jurisdiction concurrent with circuit court In all caes where the punlthment doe not exceed a .line of 1100 or Imprisonment not In excels of 80 day, or both. It also provides that county Judges shall have. concurrent Jurisdiction with circuit courts In alt tnlsdnmeanor cases where the punishment Is not over a line of $100, Imprisonment for BO days, of both. The law Is dMlgnated for the trial, br county Judum, or prisoners In Jail waltlni trial or Indictment In circuit CAPITAL CHAT Big Hill Mr. V. A. Ogg, who has been ill for a few weeks, Is belter. Mr. '.. S. Anderson and family have nn attack of grip. Mrs. Ilenle Ogg has fair health this winter for one of her age. I. Illle Cecil Ogg is still improving. Mr. I. II. Ogg wns in Berea on business Saturday. Ilcv. .1, V. Lambert of Slate Lick lilted his regular appointment al Turners' ChnH'l Sunday. We me having very cold weather here nl. this writing. I'each crop will lie short here. Most trees are dead, caused by drought last sum mer. Costs AM -- Better CALUMET BAKING POWDER Less Bakes Slate Lick Slate l.iek. Tlio weather and the roads continue bad al Ibis writing. (ay Lunsford says tho cross tie He bought business is very good. one thousand lasl week. Mr. Chas. IMster is slowly improving. II. J. Parks is some better. The wire or Mr. Tom Crouchcr continues poorly. .Mrs. .Nellie Wyatl aud son, Herbert, visiled her father, Mr. Chas lldster, lasl wcck.x Mr. mid Mrs. Richard Parks visited Mr. and Mrs. V. It. Parks last Sunday; also Mrs. Ada Calaway. Mr. K. N. McCormick is with homo folks for a few days. .Mrs. Chas. McCord of Paris is visiting her mother, Mrs. K. N. McCor: mick, at Slate Lick. Mrs. Ada Calaway returned to her home al Paris lasl week. Mr. and Mrs. June Fowler of Be-rvisiled their mother, Mrs. Emma McCormirk last week. Farewell to February with her sleel and snow and welcome March with her wind and weather. eu n,,p ,n!i,s "" nro ECONOMY-t,",- ,'s - looking for hi these dns ' of high IM'.jr cost Ohiniet Insures n wondrr-fu- l smltur in jwir talking, lint it docs more. ltiiiM.reiwlioleomefKxl,tnity fixl uniformly mittl fund. ALUME Oilunirt U nimlo rialil to wll rlslit- - to Uiku rlfilit. Ask one of llio mlllioni of women wlm iiw it or ink jour itroccr. RECEIVED INCHEST AWARDS World! Pur Food Exposition, Chic m. III. PirtoElpviitlon, Franc. March, 1912. Yaa aWi am Maaiol-B- m arOfcmalP raHausuajaaav. , Ii'. mm Hi Wa vUImm iim tmWcU Mf SmI cu kUac raalu. Ulftaul b It wl. DmI Hniw k mUO. to before. Toledo Hlude. 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Jones is very sick. Barricades, havo municipal taxes. Jessie, the little daughter of Mrs. been thrown up in the streets, and , Iliddel, is sick wilh pneumonia. there are prospects of serious strife. Jack aud Eliza Lunsford accom American Surgery Ahead panied their father to Sand Gap In a lecture delivered al Paris Saturday where he tilled lis ap- by Prof. Trufllcr, who has just repointment at tho Christian Church. turned from a visit to American hosCarl Lunsford sold his farm to pitals, on tho difference between Jctt Ashcraft and has moved lo his French and American surgery, the a few admission was virtually mado that father's farm, purchased weeks ago from Joe Gatliff. American surgery and American I). V. Stone, Field Worker for hospitals are superior. Ho noted Coyle Kentucky Christian Bible School the contrast between tho $240,000 Coyle; Kelt. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Arcli Association, of Grayson, Ky., is ex given in Franco for tho maintenMurray were shopping in llichmond pected at this place Monday night ance of hospitals with the $1,000,000 Saturday. to give a lecture on Bible school given in America for tho samo purMiss Fairy Chaslecu and sister work. pose. He gavo great praise to the and Mr. Klden Baker were the Mrs. Sara Lunsford is sick with Rockefeller Inlilute, and slated that guests of the Misses Lula and Grace hcumalisin. American laboratories for scientific Simpson lasl Sunday. surgery aro in contestably superior. Much success to The Citizen. Mr. and Mrs. Lulhcr Todd aro the His investigations brought him to proud parents of a big girl. Her Silver Creek tho conclusion thai Franco had Also, born to name is Virginia. Silver Creek, March 2. Winter nothing to offer post graduate mediMr. aud Mrs. J use Hudson a ten still continues and the roads are cal students. pound hoy. Aviators Killed at Jerusalem the worst thoy have been for years. Miss Bessie Powell who lias been Two young Turkish aviators who Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bratcher, who visling her parents of this place have been sick for the past two were attempting a flight from Conreturned to Illinois where she will weeks, are slowly improving. stantinople lo Alexandria, Egypt, be for awhile. Miss Mahle Johnson entertained wero killed by the breaking down Mt?und Mrs'. Willie Ilhogers gave unite a number of her friends al of their airplano in mid-a- ir between the young folks a dance last Salur her honiojast Saturday night. All Damascus and Jerusalem as they day night. report a line time. fell with it from a high altitude. Miss Oaey Todd is visitfng her Mrs. Boli Harris and two children House of Lords Debates Sale of sister, Mrs. Arch Murray, at this spent last Saturday witli her moth Titles writing. During the past week there has er and father, Mr. and Mrs. Will Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Itice spent Fri Davis. been a very active debato in the day with Mrs. Lcnah Murray. Mr. Forest Dowden and Mr. Carl House of Lords of llio trafllc in titMr. Karl Todd, who is in school at McClure spent Sunday witli Alfred les. Some of these are honors Berea, visited homo folks Sunday and Poy Gadd. worthily bestowed, but many of and Monday. Mr. ami Mrs. John Johnson and them aro granted to men who make Nettyo Powell, who has been vis- tlireo children spent last Sunday large contributions for party .pur iting in llichmond, has returned witli Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis. poses. Tho present government has home. Miss Brownie Kellio is visiting her rather taken tho lead in the trafllc Mrs. Will Todd is very sick at this Aunt, Mrs. Jim Bratcher. honors. It has created in writing. of tho to Next Saturday and Sunday are 03 peers, about one-sixMr. Jesse Simpson has returned to regular church days at Silver tal number or narons, aiiuougu mis Illinois, where ho will work the rest Creek. order has oxislcd for COO years. It of the year. simply means the giving of wealth The school al Speedwell is pro Kingston an unduo influence. crossing nicely with fourteen at British Ministry Face a Crisis Kingston, March 2. Mrs. Ella lendanls. There seems to bo a general adStivers is very siok at this writing. Mr. Kdd Young lias bought Liu Miss Fairy Settle of Big Hill is vis- mission that tho British Ministry is coin Lamb's properly and is going to iting her friends and relatives at facing a very unusual crisis. Tho Wo wish him much tliis placo this wook. sell Roods. attitude of tho labor party toward success. Mabel and Lclia Fiannery and tho existing condition in S. Africa Suda Powell, who aro in school al which resulted in tho deportation of Harts Berea, spent a few days with their Englishmen for the offense p,f engiplace. neering strikes, is hecanijug a mat? Mr. T. J. Lake was in Richmond parents al this Mr. Krvino Maupin of Lafollctte, lor for sorioiu nnnaidprpUont Wednesday and Thursday on bus! Tlio condition of tilings In regard Tenn., is spending a few weeks wilh ness. to llio Homo Rule Bill is or itself a his mother, Mrs. Julia Wlnburn. Luther Kindred and wife and Mr. rtusse! Doty made a business greater problem than any Ministry, Wtulo Coyle wont to Hamilton the trip to Berea Saturday. has faced in later years. Between first of tho week. Miss Jessio Young spenl rridaty tho two a critical condition is very Lcslio McQueen will move to the Ponder farm nonr Rollio Davis' res witli her sister, Lydia, who Is in rapidly drawing near. As to what tho outcome will be, predictions idence now owned by Mr. Will school at Richmond. Mr. John Powell has bought Ihcf vary. Fiannery of Berca. Miss Nettie Kinney is planning to Baldwin property on East Main St., go to Cincinnati to work in n mil- llichmond, Ky., for $0,500 and will MAKE MONEY SELLING OUR NEW move to it some time this month. linery store. BOOK "THE PATH TO Miss Nannie Morris, who has beeu Davis gavo tho young folks John POWER." a social Friday night, Feb. 25th, in visiting relatives in Nicholasvilio (By Rev. Chas. Spurgeon Kalgfct) honor of Forest Dowden's birthday. for some time, returned homo Sat Others aro doing so. One agent Mr. A. C. Harl of Disptitanta vis urday. who lias been working but a short Mr. and Mrs. Letcher Warren of lima lias taken orders for 100 books iled T. J. Lnko Saturday and Sun Richmond is spending this week You can do tho same. Notice our day. Lake and Kversole, llio picturo with tho lallor's parents, Mr. and liberal rates to agents given below. men, have Jusl returned front Liv Mrs. Hiram Marcurn. Tlio book contains 224 pages and Mr. Leo Peters sold a team of 10 illustrations, and touches every ingston whore they havo been do horses to James Murray for ?300. llvcring pictures and frames. phase of life from tho cradle to the Miss Ora Fiannery Is progressing grave. Tito chapter on Sanitation and Mr. Stanley Pay no ond sister, Iluth, passed through en route to nicely with her school, having good Health, and the bulletins on canning Wallacton to visit their sister, Mrs, attendance regardless of tho bad vegetables and raising corn alone weather. Honor roll for month of aro worth many times the prica of Tiny Williams. Forest Dowden called at Mr. Geo. February is as follows: 8th grade, tho book. Besides all this it conIlhoda E. Todd, Elizabeth W. Fian- tains much valuablo information on Anderson's Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kindred aud nery. Mitchel Boll Todd; 7th grade, tlio subjects of Farming, Fruit Temperance, Wade Coylo havo gono lo Hamilton, John Mareum, Ollio B. Murray, Lydia Growing, Heredity, Mao Todd, Loona Webb and Annie Habit forming and Homo making, Ohio. W. Terrill; 4th grado, William and closes with two strong sermons Thomas Eager and Louise Gltmore; aud a most interesting supplement. Dreyfus 2nd grade, Tommio Christopher Tor Tho book sells itself. Price 35c, Dreyfus, Mar. 2. Wo aro having rill. Speoial prices to agents. snow storms very frequently in 20 books, $3.00 l Itinrv Food. Droyfus. Wlial 10 books, 51.00. l waul to feci on literature. Mrs. Nan Lunsford of Berea is .00. 5 books, visiting her brother at this place. authors would you recommend t cl .50. 2 books, Rev. G. W. Chi biers preached Sat- me a literary appetite?1 Sonl at our expense. "I tuliik If wero you I would U'tslu urday and Sunday at the Baptist wUi. ii. nn. uiinu hum iini.ii. (Address The Citizen and sead " nuu Church. (ad) money order or stamps.) planning to more American. Miss Flossie Baker is go to ed th 1 I Pngo Six. Aiklns "nalFr whlfh lie was wont to toss backward In tho heated periods of Ills eloquence, tumbled and draggled. Cnptnln Cy looked down at him. 'This whole business about BoVn must bo Mopped," lie mid. "nnd Mopped right off. You tell your lnw ycr to drop the true. Her dad Is only hangln' nrntind because yon pny him to. lie don't want her: he don't cure IcoiTfiro' TIE CITIZEN. Might's well paint It tuTa sign aiiiThe done with It, No, not I've kept mum, and you do the same. Well, I must be goln'. Hope to goodness wo bear some good news from Whit by tomorrer." But when tomorrow came news of any kind was unobtainable. No trains could get through, nnd the telephone nnd telegraph wires were out of commission owing to the great storm. Bay-pown burled under n white coverlet threo feet thick on n level, which shone In the winter sun ns If powdered with diamond dust. The street shoveling brigade, meaning most of the active male citizens, wns busy with plows nnd shot els. .Simmons' was de- sorted In the evening, for most of the regular habitues went to bcl nftcrsuiper tired out. Two days of ttil-s- ; then Gnbe Lum-lehis depot wagon replaced by a sleigh, drove the panting Mantel Into the yard of the Cy Whlttaker place. Gabo wns much excited. Ho had newa of liuKrtnnci to communicate nnd was puffed up In consequence. "Hie wires nil rignt again, ueorgi-annn.- " he said to the housekeeper, who had hurried to the door to meet htm. "Fust message Just como through. Guess who It's for?" " "Stop your foolishness, Gnbe ordered Miss Taj lor. "Hand over that telegram this minute! Don't you stop to talk! Hand It over!" unite dhlli t Intend to bo "corked" thus peremptorily. "It's pretty Important news, Georgl ' annn," be declared. "Kind of bad news too. I think I'd ought to prepare you for It sort of. When Cnp'n Obed t Topper died I" "Died! For the land sakes! Whnt are you snyln"? Give me that, you fool bead! Give It to mo!" She matched the telegrnm from him nnd tore It open. It wns not ns bnd as It might have leen. but It wns bad enough. Unwycr l'onltody wired that Captain Cyrus Whlttaker wns nt his home In Ostnble sick In lied and threat enod with niieiimonhi. Cnptnln Cy. hurrying homewnrd In response to the attorney's former tele-w- e gram, had reached Boston the day of the blizzard. He linil taken tho train for Bayport that afternoon. The train had reached Ostnble after 0 o'clock that night, but could fr'et tio further, The cnptnln, hurulng with fever nnd , .I , ... ... .11 . . ittlll li) iiihis, Inull Miiinmni wiiuiiKU the drifts! to his Lawyer's home and collapsed on his deorMcp. Now ho was very 111 and at times delirious. For two weeks he lay, lighting off the threatened attack of pneumonia. j But he won the tight, and nt Inst word came to the anxious ones nt Bayport that he was past the danger (Ktliit nnd would pull through. There wns rejoicing at the Cy Whlttnker place. The lmard of sirntegy came and performed an Impromptu war dance around the dining room table. "Wbe-e-e!- " shunted Bailey Bang", tossing Bos'n nlxivo tils head. "Your Uncle Cy's weathered the Horn and Is ltound for clear water now Three cheers for our ide' Won't wo give li nt n reception when wo get him back here!" "Won't we!" crowed Asaph. "Well, I Just guess we will' You ought to hear Angle and the rest of 'em chant hymns of glory about blm. A body 'd think they always knew he was the salt of the earth Maybe I don't rub It In a little, hey? Oh, no. rnayb not!" "And Heman!" chimed In Mr. Bangs. "And Heman! Would you ever believe he'd change so nil of n sudden? Bully old Whit! I can mention his name now without Kctury's landlu' on to me like a snow slide. Wheel I say rt Lum-ley!i I I 1 . . V. " Mnrch amT nowMliai every-thinness. Re was all right didn't wish to talk nlioiit It again. He nsked nothing about the appropriation, nnd the law. yer, acting under strict orders, did not mention It. Only once did Cnptnln Cy Inquire concerning n person In bis home town who was not a member of his household. "How Is- - er how's the teacher?" he Inquired one morning. "How's who?" "Why. PhnetK Dawes, tho schoolteacher Smart, Is she?" Why. she has been "Yes. Indent. the most" The doctor came In Jnsf then, and tho Interview lermlnnted. It .was not resumed, because that nfternoon Mr. Penbody started for Boston on a business trip, to bo gone some time. And nt Inst enine the great day, the day when t'aptaln Cy was to be taken home. He wns up and ftNint, had been out for several short wnlks nnd wns very nearly his own self agnln He was In good spirits, tsi, nt times, but had fits of seeming depression which under the circumstances were unexplnlnable. The doctor thought they were due o bis recent Illness nnd forbade questioning. The original plan had been for the cnptnln to go to Bayiort In the trnln. but the morning set for his departure , wns such n beautiful one that Mr. who had the day before returned from the city, suggested driving over. So the open carriage, drawn by tho I'eabody "span," wns brought around to the front steps, nnd the captain, bundled up until, as ho said, he felt like n wharf rat Inside a cotton bate, emerged from the houso which had sheltered him for n weary mouth nnd ellmlxsl to the back seat Tho attorney got In beside blm. "All ashore that's goln' nshore," observed Cnptnln Cy. Then to the driver, who stood by the horses' heads, be ndded: "Stand by to get ship under wuy, commodore. I'm homeward iMiimd. nnd there's n little messmate of mine wnltln' ou the dock already, I wouldn't So don't hang wonder. around these waters no longer 'n you can help." But Mr. I'enbtHly smiled nnd laid n baud 011 tits shoulder. "Just a minute, captain," he said. "We've got nnotber passenger. She came to the hone tnst evening, but Dr Colo thought this would bo an ex citing day for you. utid you must sleep In preparation for It. So we kept her In the It wns something of a Job. hm Hurrah! Here she I!" Mrs. IValMsly. the lawyer's wife, opened the front door. She wns laughg S, 1914. Cy Whittaker's Place By JOSEPH C. LINCOLN Copyright. 1903. by D. Appleton O Co. Ceietainan Heman Atklnt wante to ktr Cy Whittaker's place. Cy unexpectedly returne to hla boyhood home. Every one In Itayport venerates and fsars Atklnt except Cy, Atkln opposes the ((lection of Miss rhoebe Dawes as Cy champlone rhoebe Dawee against Atkins, and she la elected teacher. Cy erases Mrs. IJeasley aa housekeeper. Hmlly Cy discharges Mrs. Ileasley. Richards Thotnas, aged eight, arrives st "Bh SYNOPSIS. ' I teacher. admires the teacher. Captain Cy. to help rhoebe, decldta to ran aa a. candidate for memberahlp on He sjhool committee. Captain Cy Invite ConCTeasman Atklna te Emllv's birthday party, and the decides to accept. Congressman Atkins gets a severe shock when he learns the last name and Identity f the girl Kmlly. A mysterious stranger arrives at Cy Whlttaker'.aj'laci. The stranger allaTks "Miss Thoebe, ana Captain Cy rescues her after a scene of law-Bak- It fin orphan and ha a come to live with him, although he did not Invite her to do so. Cy Is furlo'ia, hut he urows fond of her ind keeps her. He nicknames her "Bos'n," and aho learna to love him. "Miss rhwb Danes ana" Captain Cy save Xmlly from an udy cow. The captain CA Ct's ulica j IT A I.N CT LOOKED what becomes of her. A tempestuous town meeting occurs. Congressman Atkins makes the mysterl-n- i stranger hla friend. The latter turns at to be a drunkard, one Thomas, who ts the father of little Emily Captain Cy Is defeated for school commissioner. A fight occurs Detween Captain Cy and Thomas. Legal troubles arise over Cap-lai-n Cy's guardianship of Emily. Mils Thoebe visits the Widow Beasley. Phoebe Investigates some matters pertaining to tho past. captain cy cunironts Atkins. Atkins confesses that he has robbed little Emily f thousands of dollars. Captain Cy returns com. You considerable violence. know I've got the proofs. They wore easy enough to get once I hnppened on the track of 'em. Lord snkes. Ileman. 1 ain't n fool! What's the use of your prctendln' to be one? There's the deed out In Frisco, with yours and John's name on It. There's the records to prove the sale. part." "God bless you, Cyrus! I" There's the receipt for tho $75,000 signed hy you on behalf of yourself "Yes, all right. I'm sure your askln' and your partner's widow. There's old for tho blossln' 'II bo a grent help. man Evcrdean alive and competent to Now, you do your part and I'll do testify. There's John Thayer's will on mine. No one knows of this business Why, but me. 1 didn't tell Everdean a Proofs! file over to Orhani. yon thief. If It's proofs you want I've word. Me don't know why I hustled got enough to send you to state prison out there and back nor why I asked for the rest of your life! Don't you so ninny questions. And he ain't tho dare say "proofs to me again! Reman kind to pry Into what don't concern Atkins, yon owe me, ns Hos'u's guard him. So you're pretty safe, I cal'late. lan, $37,500. with Interest since 1S5I. Now, If yon don't mind, I wish you'd What you goln' to do about It?" ttn along home. I'm I'm used up, Here was one ray, a feeble ray, of aort of." tight Mr. Atkins arose from bis knees. "You're not her guardian," cried At- Even then, broken as be was he looked kins. "The courts have thrown you ten years older than when he entered ont, and your appeal won't stand ei the room he could hardly believe ther. If any money Is due It belongs j what be had Just heard. to her father. She Isn't of age! No, "You mean." he faltered Cyrus, do elr, her father-Capt- ain you mean that that you're not going Cy's patience had been givto reveal this this" ing away. Vow be lost It altogether. "That I'm not goln' to tell on you? He strode across the room and shook Tnp; that's what I mean. You get bis forefinger In his victim's face. rid of Thomas and squelch that law "So!" he cried. "That's your tack. case and I'll keep mum. You can Is it? By the big dipper, you go to trust me for that." her father Just you go to blm and tell "But but. Cyrus, the people at him! Just hint to blm that you owe "home? Your story In the Breeze? bis daughter thirty-odthousand dol- You're not" lars and see what he'll do. Good heav"No; they needn't know, either. It'll ens above, be was ready to sell her be between you nnd inc." bank-Iout to me for $50 wutb of sand "God bless you! I'll never forget" Orbam almost ready, he was, till "That's right You mustn't. Forget you offered a higher price to him to tin' Is the one thing you mustn't do. fight Why, he'll have your bide nail- And, see here, you're boss of the politi ed up on the barn door! If you don't cal fleet In Bayport: you steer the pay him every red copper down on the school committee now. Phoebe Dawes all he'll wring you dry. And then ain't too popular with that committee, he'll blackmail yon forever and ever, I'd see that she was popularized." amen unless, of course. I go home "Yes, yes; she shall be. She shall and stop the blackmail by printing my not be disturbed. Is there anything atory In the Breeze. I've a precious else I can do?" good mind to do It. By the Almighty. "Why, yes, I guess there Is. Speakln' will do It unless you come off that of popularity made me think of It. I high horse of yours nnd tnlk like a That harbor appropriation bad better man." go through." And then the monument fell fell A very faint tinge of color came Into prostrate, with a sickly, pitiful crash. the congressman's chalky face. He If we of Bayport could have seen our hesitated In Ills reply. congressman then! The great man. "1 I don't know about that, Cyrus,' great no longer, broke down complete- he said. "The bill will probably be ly. He erled like a baby. It was all voted on In a few days. It Is made up true all true. He had not meant to and- ""Then I'd strain a p'lnt and make It steal at first, no bad been led Into rosing the nioney In hla business. Then over. I'd work real hard on It I'm he had meant to send It to the heirs, sorry about that sugar river, but I cal'bat be didn't know their whereabout!. late Bayport Ml hare to come first Captain Cy smiled at this excuse. And Yes, tCU have to, Heman; It sartln now be couldn't pay be couldn't He will." The reference to the "sugar river" had hardly that sum In the world. He had lost money In stocks. Hla prop was the final ttraw. Evidently this erty In the south bad gone to the i man knew everything. "I I'll try my best," affirmed Ilebad. .He would be ruined. Ho would bare to go to prison. He was getting ' man. 'Thank you, Cyrus. You have to be an old man. And there was been more merciful than I bad a right Alicia, bis daughter! Think of her! to expect." "Yes. I guess I have. Why do I do Think of the disgrace! And so on. over and over, with the one recurring It?" He smiled and shook bis head. burden what was the captain going "Well, I don't know. For two reasons to do what was ho going to do? It maybefirst, I'd hate to be responsible was a miserable, dreadful exhibition, for tlpplu' over such a sky towerln' and Captain Cy could feel no prldo In Idol as you've been to make ruins for Anglo I'hlnuey and the other black his triumph. birds peck at and caw over, and, "There, there!" ho said at last "Stop second-we- to ll, It does sound presumln', It, man; atop It. for goodness sakesl don't It? But I kind of pity you. Say, guess we can Pull yourself together. I Ilenian." he added, with a chuckle, fix It up somehow. I ain't goln' to be "that's a kind of distinction In a way, too hard on von. If !t aran't fnr rnnr ain't it? A good many folks have meanness In beln' willln' to let Boa'n j hurrahed over you and worshiped you. suffer ber life long with that drunken Bouie of 'cm, 1 guess likely, havo enbeast of a dud of hers I'd feel almost j vied you; but. by tho big dipper, I do like tellln' you to get up and forget tt. believe I'm the only one In this round But that's got to Ik) stopped. Now, you world tbnt ever pitied you! Goodby! listen to me." The elevator's right down the hall." He was on hi Ileman listened. It required some resolution for the knees beside the bed, bis face burled Honorable Atkins to walk down that In III arm. and his gray balr, Jhe corridor and press the elevator biittou, -d n " -I enough he'll go, come back?" The congressman raised his bead. "Why, yes," he faltered; "1 think he will. Yes, think 1 could arrange that. Hut. Cyrus" The captain held up bis hand. "I Intend to look out for Hos'n," he said. "She cares for me more'n any one else In the world. She's as much to me as my own child ever could be, and I'll see that she Is happy and provided for. I'm religious enough to believe she was sent to me, and I Intend to stick to my trust. As for the money" "Yes. yes the money?" "Well. I won't be too hard on you that way. either. We'll tnlk that over later on. Maybe we can arrange for you to pay It a little at a time. You can sign a paper showln' that you owe It, and we'll fix the pnyin' to suit all hands. 'Taln't as If the child was In want I've got some money of my own. and w lint's mine's hcr. I think we needn't worry about the money 1 IT HIM. If you pay him won't be, nnd not BOWS lint he did It somehow. A guest came out of one of the rooms nnd approached him as he stood there. It was a man he knew Ileman squared his shoulders and set every nerve nnd muscle. "Good evening. Mr. Atkins." said the man. "A miserable night. Isn't It?" "Miserable. Indeed." replied the congressman, The strength In his voire surprised lilm. The man passed on Heman descended In the clcvntor nild walked steadily through the crowded lobby and out to the curb, where Ms cat) was waiting. The driver noticed nothing strange In his faro's nppenr He noticed nothing strange awe. when the Atkins residence was reach' rd nnd Its tenant mounted the stone steps nnd opened the door with bis latchkey. But If lie had seen the dig-- I nltled form collapse In a library chair hack and forth and moan nnd until the morning hour he would hnve wondered very much' Indeed. Cnptnln Cy, coughing Meanwhile and shivering by the radiator, bnd been summoned from that warm hit-- j ven by a knoek nt hU door. A bellboy stood at the threshold, holding a brown envelope In his band. "The clerk sent this up to you, sir," he said. "It entile n week ngo. When you went nway you didn't lenvo any address, and 'whatever letters came for you were sent bark to Bayport, Mass. The clerk says you registered from there, sir. But be kept this tele gram. It was In your box, and the day clerk forgot to give It to you this tTie'TIg 'drifts still limped ITiVTleH's and shone nnd sparkled In the sunA gn I list their whiteness ttir shine. pitch pines nnd cedars stood darkly green and the skeleton scmb oaks nnd bushes cast delleatn blue penciled shadows. The bay, seen over the flooded, frozen salt meadows and distant dunes, wns In Its winter dress nf the deepest sapphire, trimmed with whlteonps nnd fringed with stranded Ice cakes. There were n snap and a tang In the breeze which braced one like a tonic. The party In the carriage was a gay one. , "Getting tired, cnptnln?" asked Pes-bod- ni afternoon." The captain tore open the envelope. The telegram was from Ids lawyer. Mr. I'eiibody. It was dated a week before and read as follows: Come home at once. Important. CHAITF.lt XXII. iHE blizzard begun that night, Bayport has a generous allow- nnce of storms nnd gales dur- Ins n winter. althoui.ii. as a nunl thing, there Is more rain than snow nnd more wind than either. But can count with certainty on at least one blizzard between NovoihIkt and April, and about the time when Cap tsln Cy, feverish and III. the delayed telegram In his picket nnd a great fear In his heart, boarded the sleeper of the eastltound train at Washington snow was beginning to fall In our village. Next morning, when Georglannn came downstairs to prepare Bosn's breakfast the housekeeper had ceased to "go homo nights" since the cn- tain's nbMMio- e- the world outside was n tumbled, driving whirl of white. The woodhcd and barn, dimly seen through the smother, were but gray shapes, emerging now and then only to be from the vision ns by a great (lapping cloih wielded by the mighty hand of the wind. The old house shook In the blnU. the window-panerattled as If lianilfiils of small shot were being thrown against them, and the carpet on the tloor of the dining room puffed up In miniature billows. School was out of the question, anil Bos'n. her breakfast eaten, prepared to put In a cozy day with her dolls nnd T surprised?" "We wanted to be the fust to say howdy, know." old man." cxplnlneil Asaph "Who? Me? Well, I guess not. Most home. Bos'n. There's the salt works nhend there." They passed the abandoned salt works, the crumbling ruins of a dead Industry, nnd the iMiumlary atone, now- bnir hidden In a drift, marking tho l ginning of Bayport township. Then, from the pine grove nt the curve farther on, appeared two rapped ami coated figures, performing a crazy fandango. "Who's thetn two lunatics," Inquired Cnptnln Cy, "whoopln' and carryln' on In the middle of the road? Has anybody up this way had a Jug como by express or lleyl What? Why, you old Idiots j ,ni ! Co nn- - here and let me get hold of ymi!" The board of strategy- - swooped dowi upon the carriage like Tnimet mo qultoes ou n summer tstarder. They swarinist Into tho vehicle. Bailey 011 the front sent and Asaph tu tho rear, where, somehow or other, they made room for hint. There were handshakings and thumps on the hack. t "What ou doln' way up here In end of now here?" demanded Cap tain Cy. "By the big dipper, I'm glsd to see yon! How'd you get here?" "Walked," cackltsl Bailey, "frogged It all the way. Sihiu's Mr. Penbody wired you was goln' to ride, mo and Ase started to meet you. Won't you the-wes- "Wanted to welcome you back, yon The captain was Immensely pleased "Well, I'm glad I've got so much popularity, anyhow," he said. "Gues 'twill be different when I get down street, hey? Don't cnliate Tad ami Anglo '11 shed tho Joyous tear over me. Never mind; long's my friends arc glad I don't care nltout the rest.' The ttonrd looked at each other, 'Tad'" relented Bailey. "And An gle? What you talklu' about? Why. the- y- Ugh!" The last exclamation was the result of a tremendous dig In the rlbei from the Tlddltt fist. Asaph, who hnd lean rd forward to administer It, was frowning and shaking bis head. Mr. Bangs relapsed Info n grinning silence. West BayN)rt seemed to be deserted. At one or two houses, however, femnt the windows. inine heads opin-areOne old lady shook a calico apron at the carriage. A child beside her cried "llurrahr t Aunt llepsy h'lstlu' colors by mis taker laughed the captain. "She ain't got her spts.'s, I guess, and thinks I'm Heman. That comes of rldlu' astern of a span. I'enltody." But as they drew near the center flags were flying from front yard poles. Some of the houses were decorated. What In the world" began Captain Cy. "iJind sakes! Look nt the school-housand Simmons', nnd- - and Simp son's!" The ? hoolhouse ting was flapping lu the wind. The scarred wooden pillars of Its Kirtleo were hidden with bunt lug. Simmons' front displayed a row of little banners, each bearing a letter. Tho letters spelled "Welcomo IIomjr' Tad's barber shop was more or less artistically wreathed In colored tissue paper. There, too, a flag was drnped over the front door, let not n slnglo person was In sight. For gdiicns' sake," cried the be- rlldered captnln, "what's all this necn 7 And where Is everybody? Have all hands" He stopped In the middle of the sen tence. I hey were at the foot w Whittaker's bill. Its top. between tl stklns gate nnd tho Whlttaker fence. wltn people. Children Aits ttlack pranced about the outskirts of the rowd. A (hout came down the wind, The horses, not lu the least fatigued ty their long canter, trotted up the dope. The shouting grew louder. A xave of youngsters came racing to neet the equipage. "What-wh- at In time?" gaipt-- Cap- aln Cy. "What's up? I- "And then the town clerk seized him by the arm. I'eabody shook hla other band. Bos'n threw her arms about hi Deck. Bnlley stood up and waved his e, s s 0k i;TIIL'Hl" Christmas playthings. "When do jou s'ntse Fncle Cyrus he asked of the will get home?" housekeeper She had asked the same thing n't least threo times a tiny during the fortnight, and Georgianna's answer was always Jut as unsatisfactory: "I don't know, dearie. I'm sure. He'll be here pretty soon, though, don't you fret." "Oh. I ain't going to fret. I know he'll come, lie said he would, and Uncle Cy always does what be says he will." About 12 As.iph made ance. a witlto stntue. his appear 'UCLt -uoiirrey scissors: lie panteu. snns lag his snow plastered cap over the coal hod. "Say. this Is one of 'em. ain't It? Don't know's I ever sec of a one Drift out by the front fence pretty ulgh up to my waist. Thls'll be a nasty night along the Or-ham beach. The life savers 'II have their hands full Whew! I'm altout tuckered out." 1 I asked to the postoRlcci" "Been Georglannn In a low tone. "Yup. I been there. Mornln' mall Just this minute sorted. Train's two hours late. Gnho "ays more'n likely the evenln" train won't be able to get through nt all If this keeps up." "Was there anything from" Mr. Tlddltt glanced at Bos'n nnd book his head, "Not a word." ho said "Funny, ain't It? It don't seem a bit like blm. And friend" and present neighbor, Cyrus he can't be to Washln'ton, because all Whlttaker. them letter came back, I I swan to "It'a perfectly astounding," com man, I'm beglnnlu' to get worried." body. "Whnt In the world, 'orrled? I'm pretty nigh crazy I , mented Pea e say much. "She It's pretty tough, when everything else Is workln' out so tine, thanks to ber, to have this happen. No; she don't say much, but she acts pretty solemn." "Say, Mr. Tlddltt?" "Yes-w- hat Is It?" "You don't a'pose anything that hap pened betwixt her and Cnp'n Whlttaker that afternoon Is responsible for for his stay In' away so, do you? You know whnt hp told me to l her about ber not coniln' here?" Asnph fidgeted with the wet cap. "Aw, that ain't nothlu'," ho stam- mered-"th- at Is, I hope It ain't I did say somethln' to hi in that- - but I'hoebe understands. She's a smart woman," You haven't told them board I nt bouso tntlletales about the Emmie, you, go fetch mo n card of matches from the kitchen, won't you of what's been found out about that Thomas A-l- He continued to say It, nnd Georgl- Asaph said what amounted , anna nnd to the same thing. A change had come over our Bayport social atmosphere, a mnrvcIoug cml,ge. And nt Simmons' I still-- nt Tad ndmore 8mpHon-tmrber shop plans were ,, for proceed-morMnR nn,,e wblttaker wns to ,nt, , wu,ch p,ny )e prolnnent ,mrt. Meflnwi,tie the convalescence went on at a rapid rule. , soon ns ne was permitted to talk Captalu Cy began How about to question his lawyer. the up pen 7 Hail Atkins done anything further? The answers were sat lsfactory. The case had been dropped the Honorable Heman bail announced Its withdrawal. He had said that he bad changed his mind and should not routlnue to rstoiiKe the Thomas cause. In fact, he seemed to have whirled roniplelcly about 011 his pedestal and, like n compass, now olnted only In sne direction townrd his "boyhood HIIK S4'HI'aUKI SLY. JOT-)- l (lerf lug. The next moment n small figure hut past her down the steps and Into the carriage like a red hooded bomb- shell. t.'ncle Cyrus!" she screamed Joyous ly. "L'ncle Cyrus. It's me! Here I And Captain Cy. springing up and. ihcddllig wraps and robes, received Hie bombshell with uoii arms nnd tugged It tight. "By the big lUts'n!" be shouted HpiHT. Bos'n! Why. ymi little you- vou" ,, ,,,.(0,1 e itn-.- ClIAPTEIt 11 Will. Oh, not bin" much," was the rather disinterested nnswer. "Him and me had a talk, nnd he snw the error of his ways, I cal'late. How's Bos'n today? Did you give her my love when yod I nhoninl?" "So far n the case Is concerned" vrent on the lawyer, "I think we ahould have won that, anyway. It'a a curious thing. Thomas has disappeared. How he got word or who he got It from I don't know, but he must have, and he's gone somewhere, no ' one knows where. And yet I'm not ' certain that we were on the right trail. It seemed certain a week ago, but now- "The captain had not been listening Ho was thinking. Thomas had gone, had he? Good! Heman was living up to his promises. And Bos'n, God blcsri her, was frie from that dunger. "Have you heard from Kmmlo? 1 thing?" asked you," ho repeated. "Course I ain't. Didn't I'eabody say He would not listen to anything farnot to tell a soul till we was mro? ther concerning Thomas either then or, iqsp FjL, tell Kejurah ajij A'lEli!' later, He was sick of the whole .busi V Washington?" her dolls, about Lonesome, the cat, and bow many mice he bad caught, nd about the big snowstorm. Georglanna wnuted me to stay at home and wait for you. Uncle Cy," bat It's you, you old critter!" whooped she said, "but I tensed and teased, and Asaph. "It's you, d'you understand?'' I could como over. finally they snld 'The appropriation has nt laat gone I camo yesterday 011 the train. Mr through," explained the lawyer, "and Tlddltt went with me to tho depot. this Is the celebration in consequence. Mrs. Penbody let me peek Into your And you are the star room Inst night, and I saw you eating cause, you see, every attraction, be one knows you supper, ion dldn t know I wns there, are restouslble for It." did you?" "That's what!" howled the excited You bet I didn't! There'd have Bangs. "And we're going to show you been n mutiny right then If I'd caught we think of you It. sight of you. You little sculpln! Play what lieeii plannln' thisfor doln' a Wo'vo for over In' It on your l'ncle Cy, wns you? I fortnl't." didn't know you could keep a secret so "And I knew It all the time," well." squealed Bos'n, "and I didn't tell s Oh. yes, I can! Why, I know nn word, did 1?" ever so much bigger secret too. It Three cheers for Captalu Whit Is Why. I most forgot! You Just taker!" bellowed n person lu tho crowd, waif TbU person wonder of wonders! was Tho cnptnln laughingly begged her Tad Slinjtsou. to divulge ho big secret, but she shook to t cosTitrPTP. ber small head and refused. The horses trotted ou at n lively pace, nnd Well. Wasn't He a Client? the miles separating Ostablo and Buy Jack Deeds Congratulate me, dear! port were subtracted 0110 by one. It I have n case ut last! A rascal who was magnificent winter weather. The forged a lot of notes has retained me. snow had disappeared from the rond. Young Wife Oh, Jack, how splendid! txcepf In widely m'mrHte1 spots, pul You must Invite lilm to dinner. Bos ton Transcript 'it wns wonueriui rtue. sat III the captain's lap positively refused In let sit beslili. him nil the sent. nltlioiigh I'eabody urged It. fearing the liilld might tire him mid her tongue sowing inachliie. She rattled like lind a thousand thhiL's to tell about school. nUmt Goorghmna. about mn.i 11 They nro ready to report such eases of ernelly lo llio Society. But AND GIRLS POULTRY CLUBS FOR hundreds of good women are per J mitting thoir children to grow up worse yet,1 with cruel instincts: lliey nro leacliliib' their children cruelly in llio cradle. lleforo you question this statement, listen niul think, o you not over ami over seo whip a liohhy horse to aimiso her child? Do you not see - "f" m ' ' WW her punish an innnininle object ov- -, orer which llio haliy has fallen, In der to distract llio mind of the baby f i fruiii lis hurt? I hno seen rag dolls spanked, chit and over again, and Teddy hears heatoii h mothers to make a bab' laiigli. What can you expect of that child j WEEK TERSE rOU THIS when it grows up, save that it will Mill, still Willi Thru, when purple revenue ilwlf upon anybody who annoys it, by physical chastisement. morniiic brunketh, When Ui' lniil vvnkclh ami llio The boy who has been educated to bent his hobby horse will beat his shadows flee; nmrnliiK, lovelier Hum real horse when he drives one. 1'alrcr ttitm The tliuu lo begin to tench n child Iuwiih Hi" sweel consolousuuss, kmdiH'ss and sympathy is in the' cradle. Say lo your children as soon I mil willi Tlico. HiirricL Ilci'ctior Stovvc. as lliey are able to play Willi toys, Be good to your toys; they need love and kind usage. Let your dol-li- e rest sometimes, and handle her tenderly. Your Teddy bear and HUMANE EDUCATION your hobby horse are needing your t love." If your baby ? tumbles or A Special Word lo Mothers Home-MadEgg Tester, fall oer a chair or rug, Instill po W'licoIiT Wilcox lly I'lla into his Ings at schoolhouaea or at different and consideration pur-- nl liteness H.ivo you ever hoard n ilolitip plastic inlml by leaching him to "'""""ViVo'f Vjrrt'uifuT Dip"rt" members' hornet occasionally. Each nay, "M rliildriMi love animals genThe. object ot the department of ag- - elub should adopt the following apologize. Ho will be quill as much m dearly; we always keep a kitten nimiM'd mid you say, rlculture in forming boys' and girls eral regulations: distracted if 1. Hoys or glrVs joining the club (.r a puppy fo' ineiinu play Willi: ..,.XCIIM. Madam poultry clubs Is to glTO better knowl- Ilt.t Mr n,, eighteen must be between tea you observed those cliil- Then have ,.. awkwirdiiuss ' I hope cdKo ot tho valuo and Importance of- years of age on January 1and any given of ' f(. , the poultry Industry and the marketdren while nl play? Have you seen ' ns lv ' may be organ''NaiiKhlv o . ln of tt "rat oIa. uniform product, to year. Special classes the helpless kitten crushed under .V.." 1,1 'if J oii ?( teach better methods .,of caring for the ized for older girls. . heard its use- a rat llltln arm, and ,, , .,, 2. No boy or girl shall he eligible to c in r. o burl baby." and, pen le-wails, as tho "loving rnihi then proceed lo rain blows on the Doultrr and becrCased revenue to be derived from receive a prize unless he or she comes a member of the club, and ants iimulcd anil hauled it nboul with no poor inoffensive object. 1 each your wl-brepoultry where proper at least one sitting of 13 egg. word of proMit from llio mother? to address their toy aui- - ods of management are pursued, 3. must If you raited the atlenllon of the uials in a kind ami Statietlcs show that the los due to agreeL'ach member of the club of the to study the Instructions mother to the fact that the kitlen voice instead of a loud screech. You improper nanaiiug oi cbb lurouB"- I'nlted States department of agricul, , or puppy wa being misused, ten o of ,0 .out the country is euuriuuus, vaiciiuV in, nto many nillllona of dollars an-a- ture. one .ho became your cncniy or lo ((f lom()rrow b 1. Each boy or girl must plan to do equally established u.lly it U lf,. and spok, of you ever nften rd work and keep fact that Btrlctly fresh eggs command his or her own expenses, such aastrict fee, ' ' a higher price than those commonly account of all ,1I,li,.Honk to tell others' Tell them Ihe truth; that nniinals designated a. .tore eggs, and If the labor (for which ten cents an hour very vTn usilive to noise; that a , should be charged), sale ot stock, etc The department suggests a four- of j lo?;; is a timid and loving creature, ,,, ,.u a loiiii, uarsii voice irigmens ,1,,, .iiropiimi nf the i ...r.ri ara In a a1 ant n ft year course for poultry club. L ami hinders First year. Each member shall set it from doing its duty gradnG and marketing this product of the parents to the! IIuhikUU l'3 owikt. A low voice no wouM recelve a price higher than at least three sittings of eggs from I'"' animals. rights of I stock, and raise seven put ..... pure-bre. I.... m "" ...ill ,1... ....! mcnte luanm uuo mi kl. gjs. lets and ono cockerel. AH hatching "I'lirOnl'IKI IS till' OlllCSt prOIOS- - """ " C '" faithful, throughout the must On many farm lf l1,ku" ' men and wo- In the world be completed by May IS. A c6m the r. the money derived horso will safe. . IZ m .nti,..t willing and .,,i. A ii,.. iirinn i do country Doultrv and ceks buys from gro- - position on poultry management must ox ii, "iv ,i the lu tale of niiuiDer oi pnxe Winners III il.lt H... ..i.I .ImMiik Inr anllro fntn. be submitted to the agent In charge of lime in good lieaitli, U It is treaieu ,, "v", ", "",": auuiwu lua; club work. Accurate records are also pivfession of nny in the vvfirbl." mo iuuuiji iruiu IIIS above-merespect, g a tude and love bv ,n(.ren8ed by Htab to be kept and sent to the Many a woman believes herself a will, s owner, ie.it u uus 10 juur mini- - nshlng a prlvute trade In eggs of good tloned olHclal, and all meetings ot tb goml mother because she Is ready 'i'1' h,' nro Pinyiiw wilhquailty. wlUl hotels, restaurante, etc., poultry club mutt be attended. to light for her child through lire Second year. Each member shall I wi" Ilcvcr rWl In towns and cities. and water audio walk over the d.ad IS pure bred pullets and " ueparimeiu na wbubo me 101 raise at least i.,.i,..i r nlliAp ii.ntlu.rs. nnd other towing suggestions to tho organizers two coskerels. All hatching must be The warden of tho Connecticut children, in the effort to make way completed by May 10. A pair of birds of poultry clubs: eggs from this stock for her own: and because she loves Slat prison is a wonderfully gootl Throughout lha year meetings and one dozen her child in (hi? selllsh manner, she and wise man. He is a student or should be held to dteuss the different shall be exhibited at the county or i. i.luwl lo anv siilTerins it elves human naluri. Hi said to visitors problems of poultry management, and state fair. A composition on some phase of poultry work shall be submm day, if a child is properly edu-,- al gutll Ineetngs the animal bus other human beings or animals. to the agent In charge of club lloally good motherhood must In- - eaten; to the age oi ten, no matter bandry division ot the bureau of ani- mitted Accurate records are also to work. It what its Inheritance, it never Industry, will haio in attendance, be kept and sent to the above-memal elude tho universal motherhood. make n woman lovo her child comes a criminal. He did not mean whenever iiosslble, one ot Its special- tioned officials, and all meetings of the solving so unselfishly, that she Is willing it Ihat children sent lo lino schools, ists on poultry to usslat in might poultry club must be attended. such questions ,or problems as should sulTer while learning its les- - and given tutors and great advan-soThird year. Each member shall a rie and to give whatever help and pullets and of kindness and thoughtfuliiess I ages, never hecamo criminals. He Information he can to the members on raise at least 25 pure-breand protection, rather Ihan to enjoy meant that children, guided in their surh subjects as selection of stock,. two cockerels. All hatching must be completed by May 1. A pair ot birds llelf while taking away tho toys, iiioiigms ami meas uy wiso teacners and one doten eggs from this atock the privileges, or tho rights of oth- - and parents, should have right shall be exhibited at the county or ideals, right feelings, and right do- -, er cronlures human or animal. state fair. A composition on some sites. Children should bo taught Almost overy, even phase of poultry work shall be sub woman today shrinks from the consideration of the rights of other) mitted to the agent In charge ot club creatures, inat sentence includes sight of a cruel driver beating a work. Accurate records are also to be kept and sent to the horse, or from seing the kicks and nil the needed preventives of crime, ofilclal, and all meetings ot the poultry blows often given wretched street1 Kxlracts from leaflet by American elub must be attended. oeialiiui I" '" dogs and cat. Fourth year. Each member shall pullets and raise at least 30 pure-brethree cockerels. All hatching mutt be completed by May 1. A pair ot birds and one dozon eggs from this atock shajl be exhibited at the county or state fair. A composition on some phase ot poultry work shall be sub mitted to the agent In charge of club work. Accurate records are alto to be The Indian kept and Bent to the Mongoose and t oftlclal, and all meetings of the poultry I 9t club must bo attended. Tlhe woodsman. l " Ths Mongoo.. jump. The hatching and rearing ot the td at thi Snaka. chickens; condition of chickens and cleanliness ot coops and poultry m.I. in a story about some aulnial we've never heard of before," buildings; the cost ot producing eggs; nHko.1 Jack as ilnddv was about to becm his tiltuuu story. accuracy and neatness of records ; at Let me think." suld ilml.ly: there ure so lew iinlmals yuu two tendance at meetings; exhibits at tht rlilldteii haven't Been pictures of. ween In tho wo or heard me tell fairs; and written articles on poultry stories about work shall bo considered In rating "Do think of a new one. though. You Burely can." huM Jivelyu. members and awarding prites. "Well, have you ever henril of tho Initlan iiioiioomV A Corner for Women BOS SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door cial. Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- -- ! power, combined with Training that adds to your general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commer- VCT7. - Vyf FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School I Hi General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, vre can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress tm 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For those who aro not expecting to teach and who are not going thru College, but desire more general education. This is just the thing for those preparing for medical studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives the best general education for those who wish u good start in study and expect to carry It on by themselves. EB3 4th Door Berea's Normal School e This gives the very best training for those who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fail and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to kcepright on in their course of study Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course ,. This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department. 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered 1 1 s i. This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. raetu-childre- n ed ; n 1 i 'oo??.!? tatuS ,.. I ... ...... . ,,,,. n' ''"' be-nu- isl n ns d d, DEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with g institution. It requires certain its affiliated schools, is not a fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages nt lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and 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 come from the best families and are earnest to do well and 'improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in. winter it is expected that all have a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate la the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, in the fall, and Jl.GO in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and it returned when the student departs. Second on "INCIDENTAL FEE'to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 nnd $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: i FALL TERM money-makinu-i- above-mentione- d VOCATIONAL AMD FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADCUY AND NORMAL Incidental Fee Room Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept 10, 1913 Board 7 weeks, dut Oct 29, 1913 Total for term Incidental. Fee Room Board C OOLLEOC $ 5.00 $ 6.00 7.00 Daddv 'sBedti 560 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 . .$ 7.00 7.00 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 9.45 $23.45 9.45 $32.90 WINTER TERM $ 5.00 C.00 weeks 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $ C.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $ 7.00 above-mentione- 7.29' 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $S2.20 Amount due Dec. 31, 1913 Board G weeks due Feb. 11. Total for term ' 1914 T I 'This laundry. does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or Special Expenses "No," said Jack. "Tell us about lilm." "U ho an uuliunl or perKour uske.1 Kveljru uncertainly "Oh, he is tin niilmal nnd a very real one," huM diuldy. "lie's a great friend to the woiMlsumn. for he lives always In tho woods, and every time- be to kill htm.' set a poisonous biinko he does Ills "I'm going to tell you a special story. Ono time a young woodktnau. with several other friends, cume to the part of the woods where the little mongoose Tin going to tell you about lived. In fint. they pitched their tent very, very near the mongoose's home. This little mougoohe lived all alone, and sometimes lie used to get pretty lonely. So he wus awfully huppy human people. to ae tho wooiMiiuu'h camping party, for he wus very fond of a vvalklug trip "One day the woodsman and Ills camping party started on through the wood. They carried sacks on their backs which held their, lunch. being "The Wile Indian mongoose Imd watched all their tiplansbywithout them, for he seen. Uo said also to himself that he would follow, He dreaded the harm that bad become attached to bis new neighbors. might come to them. If they went luto koiuo parts of the woods. They bud running abend, beard not Roue very far when tho little mongoose, who was a hissing sound a ml u rustle through the leaves. a Tho mongoose pricked up bU ears, for, of course, he kuew It must be Huake. and tho men were almost up to him. "Without waiting to draw a breath hu bravely Jumped on the suake and the creature could shoot forth his poisonous faugs. killed hlui woodsman and his friends were Just In time to see the mongoose kill Fall Business. U'inttr $12.00 12.00 6.00 I Member of Girl's Poultry Clubs Test- Ing Eggs. lt u candling demonstrations, etc. Ila will alto assist In securing Orst cUse mar-kt- s for the sale of tho poultry and eggs. Bach county club should bold an exhibition once a year, preferably la connection with tho county fair, at which place a pair ot the boat chickens grown by each member should be placed on exhibition and entered to un-ce- compete In miums offered by the fair association, aa well as for the special prizes offered for members ot tho poultry clubs. An exhibit ot the best dozen of eggs should also be made. It will be well to have a president, and a ona or more the regular classes for pre- e The Baved our lives!' cried the woodsman. During the rest of the camping "Oh how pleased the little mongoose, wus! walks with them, ami when the uartJ tiio little mongoose went on all their lovely country home, took tho narfcr broke up (he woodsman, who had a onc mougoose borne with hlin. Such good friends as they were! Aud would go atom;, too. on the camping party." a year the moiisoose the anake. It la advisable for the teacher In charge to be honorary president of the club. s A simple constitution and It will be found should be adopted. profitable to subdivide the county organization by townships, schools or school district, and have local meat- - "You've n They Were Cheap. 10.00 elderly lady from the country 5.00 one day decided to adopt two children from the county orphan asylum. She walked several miles before 9.00 7.50 27.00 reaching the car line. It was the first time Bhe had been on a car. She 6.00 5.00 18.00 at everything the Blared wlde-oyesaw, then her gaze stopped on a sign, Com. Law, Com. Geog., Cora. she read thus: 1.80 1.50 Arith., or Penmanship, each.. . 2.10 5.40 "The Ohio Traction company ChilIn no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. dren under twelve yean of age three young man or young woman can get an education at d Any cents, or two tor Ave cents." Berea if there is the will to do so. "Well," the said, "that It the beet bargain ever. Calling the conduotor, It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have she tald: "Young man, rn take two ,a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time in the of those children tor fire cent right public schools going over and over the same things, when they might be now, a boy and a girl, pleaae." War improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies ttonal Monthly. with some of the best young men and women from other counties and states. A OiBiftm Offer. Applicants must bring or send a testimonlafthowlng; that they are Orandmother 0 Tho mas I TbosBtal above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This mar b How can you Tm all the time Beatslgnsd by tome former Berea ttudent or tome relltbU teacher or nelgH ing? bor. Tht utt of tobacco It strictly forbidden, I keep la Thomas Way, esuis Winter Term opened Dec. 31sl. Hurry up I training, of ooveal It you want me For information or friendly advice write to I can put yen Into Jett aa good to condtUem m I am la M days. physical THE SECRETARY, Berca, Ky. Puck. An able-bodie- Stenography and Typewriting $14.00 14.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .... Bookkeeping (brief course) 7.00 Business course studies for students in other departments: 10.50 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 7.00 of instrument Sfrir $10.00 7W.iV $36.04 36.00 18.00 Pago Eight THE CITIZEN young mules to John Daniel Carter for $225, and will start with his family nnd his brother, Arthur to II linois Friday whero thoy will niako their futuro home. Mr. Oscar Gabbard and wlfo of Ml. Vernon woro Berea visitors Sunday night. Mr. Dennin Anglin has rented Mr. Jus Ilea Ponders' plnro nnd will movo thero soon. .Mrs. John Ely has re turned from n visit will) her (laugh ROCKCASTLE COUNTY (or, Mrs. Gibson, In Clark Counly.-- Rockford Mlss Mary Bowlon enmo homo FrI Rockford, March 2. Wo aro hav- day after a pleasant visit in Bcrca ing Iho coldest weather hero that with old friends. Mr. James Ogg, has been this winter Thero was a Jr., of Berea, and Miss May Ballard, heavy snow slorm most all day Sun- the highly accomplished daughter day. Saturday is regular church of Mr.jind Mrs. Pal Ballnrd, were day nt Scaffold Cane. Wo hopo to united in marriage at tho homo of havun large crowd. I.C.Bullen and Iho bride, Feb. 2ilh. We wish them family nnd Ora Vlars nnd family loft much happiness. Miss Emma Petlast week for Illinois lo make their ers and Miss Lucy Ricknell, who are future home. J. W. Todd and W. K. attending school nl Berea are visitHullen have purchased Iho re- ing their uncle nnd aunt, Mr. and mainder of (ho J. N. Ogg farm Mrs. Rolxrt Peters, over Saturday known as Iho Turner Land. They and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John expect to put out a crop on a por- Ponder have Just returned from nn tion of the farm this year. No ono extended visit near Wlldle, Ky. Mr. seemed lo care for the flllhy spot Robert Hllit entertained quilo n until after it was sold. Since that number of his friends last Saturday there has been $300 prollt offered night nt (he homo of his grandfath but that is no inducement In such j or, Mr. Charles Ilaker, near Wallaco- a piece. uoneri lwwman and wiroiimi. .mi report a goon nine, street work as an occupation thatj and lillle daughter, Mary, were in should bo included in the child labor, Rockford Sunday. Thero is hut lillaw. lle (raveling around hero today. OWEN R. LOVEJOY ON KENTUCKY "I think Mr. Quin, President of I Mrs. Nan Abney and her daughter, BILL Mrs. Anglin, aro visiting with Mrs. Wonders if Legislature will Accept the Kentucky Child Labor Associa-- j lion, would agree with mo that the. Parrie Stephens. Jas. l!al linger Low Age Limit for Night limit for night messengers passed through hero Sunday, March Messengers 1st, and said it was looking only tol ..'111 ...III. might bo restored lo tho bill by a nnl " "f " lh? erable out of doors. Quito a crowd the strongest seven slates but with j f lrcnl was engaged in n broom sago burn (he twelve that have accepted an l . l" H" ing Saturday and among this crowd age limit lower than the recognized was Daddio Todd as manager. Mrs. standard for night messengers, if 21-yI March 5, 1914. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else MtHlktl ltM tin is lot for psttkatlta, bit as aa rrUtsc JACKSON COUNTY McKee V. II. Clark wn McKcc. March I. nmtUn U fin by iU wrlttr. T f roJ U1U. WriU UUlv poorly .with mumps, Wo regret very much lo hear that John Hughes who lives In Boone county was badly Injured by a fall from his barn loft. Ho was examined by thrco doctors from Loulsvlllo and his Injuries are serious. Mr. D. W. Barred purchased a nlco young maro of Dover Hall. Regards lo The Citizen nnd lis good and many rcadors. There is no substitute fo Royal Baking Pow-d-et day on business. Sam Payno has moved in tho houso lately vacated by Cornelius Cope. John Brooslcr in ilichmnnil and Louisville Inst has moved on the Pennington farm recently bought of Shclton. week. Nov. mid Mrs. Wm WorlhfiiKlon of innvillo wcro In OWSLEY COUNTY McKcc over night Friday. Orin Island City Click nnd wife (nco Ilertlm Roy noltls) woro visiting Mrs. Click's Island City, Feb. 2(5. The weathfather, John Reynolds, for a few er Mill conl inucs coldr Dcrvcrl, tho days. Rev. and Mrs. MrjsMor enter lillle son of Robert Morris, fell from tained a few of their friends Satur (lie barn loft a few days ago and is day evening. After several games reported to be seriously ill. Dr, had heen played refreshments were .Miiiiaiiey visited n few days ago sered. All present report a pleas the sick bed side of a little infant ant time. Geo. Ruder has sold his at O. B. Palmers. F. F. McCollum, town properly to County Clerk, Mon our traveling salesman for Kellogg, day Wnrd. Mr. Ruder will move to left Saturday for Richmond on bus his home farm nbont four miles out iness. G. J. Gentry left Sunday to from town. Mr. C. P. Mooro was attend Federal Court at Jackson, Ky called io Wclchhurg Saturday to at Wm. Hacker left one day this (end the funeral of his mother, Mrs, week for Madison County to buy Harvey Moore. Jersey eow. Ida Callihan bought a nice pair of heifers from David Parrot Bowman for $13. John Cormack is Parrot, Feb. 2& Mrs. Jane Cuna planning to go to Franklin, 0., to gin is still very poorly also her sis spend the summer Willi his father ter Miss Laura Combs. Born to and mother, who live there. Miss Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gabbard the Vesla Robert is visiting relatives at other day a girl called Mabel. Dr. Heidelberg this week. J. C. Gentry Phillips of McWhorler made a pro has moved temporarily to his new fessional call at this place Thurs. farm in Jackson County. Johnnie day. Mrs. Lillio Parker, of Mcr Margroves has been appointed Jus shonsV Laurel County, Is visiting lice of the Peace in tho Sturgeon precinct. Hon. F. P. Elliott of Lon relatives at this placo this week. deputy A largo crowd attended church at Utii has been reappointed this place Saturday night and Sun collector of internal rovenuo for tho day. Miss Lucy Cunagim Is visit London division by the lato collect Ing her sister, Mrs. Lizzie Morris, at or, Mr. Hughs, of Danville. It is THE FUTURE Middlcfork. Messrs. John Hurley reported by reliable authorities that Medlock, Ray Farmer and lhert Brandingburg has been an Roscoo If only we eould seo what lies ahead. sister, Maud, of Olin attended pointed deputy U. S. Marshal with If we in ii;li I look beyond tomorrow's porlals, I wonder If wo should, absolved from dread. church at this place Sunday. Law headquarters at Booneville, Owsley Be hapny-visagand contented mortals? rence Cornell, a student of Annville County. Would all the hales and heartaches disappear, College, was visiting homo folks Would gleo blot out all memories of sorrow Charley Sulphur Springs Saturday and Sunday. Would courapo come to lake tho placo of fear. If wo could see what lies beyond tomorrow? Sulphur Springs, Feb. 20. Tho Gabbard is on the sick list this week. - Stephen Gabbard and family aro Rev. Harvey Johnson is expecting to If we could know what destinies Iho fates moving from Peoples back to their preach at the M. E. Church Sun- Are shaping now for us who blindly blunder old place. Ovi Gussey of Middle-for- k lay. Z. T. Napier is preparing to And oft in vain assail forbidden gates How would the knowledge profit us, I wonvisited his sister, Mrs. Levi move lo Quicksand, where he will der? Gabbard, Saturday night and Sun- work the coming summer. Bass Would failure eeaso lo break the hearts of Brandenburg is working for T. W. day. ' men? Cooper, hauling ties lo Beattyville. Would night's deep, silent darkness loso Us error? Thomas Harris of Madison County Maulden Would he who ought to write lay down tho Maulden, Feb. 28. Today and to- is visiting relatives her at present. pen? Mumps are thought to bo worse morrow is regular church time at Would all who stumble cease to gropo in Mt. Gilead. Died Friday, Feb. 20th, in this vicinity. Elisha Terry, who error? Mrs. Belle Cook. Her remains wcro has been confined in the Booncvillo We know lhat right "is right, that wrong Is laid to rest in the Farmer grave- jail for some time, is out and has wrong; yard. Married Feb. 2t5th, Mrs. Min- gone homo again. Chester Wilson That thus it was ordained at time's beginning, Mr. R. M. Ward. Wo and wife of Booneville, have smallnie Strong to We know that honors lo Iho wise belong. wish the couple a long and happy pox. Elsie Taylor is visiting relaThat sorrow is the heavy price of sinning, life, Married Feb. 27th, Miss Soph- tives at Beattyville at present. Mr. Yet foolishly we sin and venture where, Carter Bowman of this placo sold ia Madden to Mr. Charley Turner. The currents, soon or late, will drag us undMay happiness be theirs. S. II. his farm to Mr. Dean of Upper Bufer: If somehow all the futuro wero laid baro Farmer has traded his horses for a falo for 61,350. Messrs. J. C. and G. How would the knowledge profit us I wonpurchased from nice pair of mules. The Knights of S. Brandenburg der? Pythias of the Fall Lodge had a ded- William Taylor a lot of logs for Ellen Wilson in Southern Farming. $200. Mr. Ealy Mooro purchased ication at their hall Thursday, Feb. from Mr. Combs a fine pair of mules, 19th. price $150. Best wishes lo The Citizen and its many readers. Clover Bottom Clover Bottom, March 2. America Mat Linville has mumps. She has (lie amendment to tho child labor Blake Dean has gone to Shirley, Ky., to been very bad off for quito a while. bill recommended last Thursday Blake, Feb. 27. Wo are having stay with her aunt, Nannie Smith, Walter Richmond passed through by tho House Committee is adopted who is very low with throat trou- some very cold weather at present here today with a team. Guess ho by tho legislature." Owen R. Love-jo- y, which has put people behind with was going to movo or would not bo ble. Ray Dean visited his grandpa, general secretary of tho NatIsaac Dean, on Sand Lick Saturday their work. Oscar Peters, had a out such a day as this. Casper Mar ional Child Labor Committee, says and Sunday. Dudley Bicknell of clearing last week and got a very in and Lula Owen were quietly further that the Uniform Child LaFrankfort, is visiting his uncle, T. good day's work done; and had a married last Wednesday at the homo bor Law, set forth by the American I. and A. C. Bicknell, at this place. quilling and a candy party and got of tho bride, on Clear Creek. The Bar Association as a minimum Died a few days since, the little Iho quilt done, and the candy party boys had quite a lot of fun shiva-reeistandard of legislation fixes a infant of Mr. and Mrs. Vester Azbill, was enjoyed by all present. Miss tho married couple. J. J. ago limit for tho night mesit being the third death in their Ollio Tirey entertained a crowd at Martin made a business trip to Mt. senger servico because the work infamily of little ones. The bereft her homo last Saturday night. Those Vernon last week. Rollio McCol- cludes more moral hazards any parents have our profoundest sym- present were the Misses NellaNeely, lum of this placo has gone to Illi- other legitimate occupation.than Abney is sick at this Matlio Neely, Clairice Ncely and nois. Tho Citizen lias more news pathy, Gillis in "New York adopted tho writing with a very bad pain in his Lula Peters. All had a nice time. it than any other paper at $1.00. No age limit in 1910 and six other stales head. Quite a number of hands arc Floyd Bicknell, who was burned a foolishness in it. havo since followed this example. at work in tho Dougherty Timber few days ago, is no belter. Gracia The Kentucky Child Labor Associaon Clover Bottom making slavps and Peters, who had her leg scaled a GARRARD COUNTY tion included this provision in tho ties for Sam Burnam. Charley Ab- few weeks ago Is improving. Lula Paint Lick present bill because they felt that ney, who has been partly paralyzed Peters has a very badly cut hand, Paint Liek, Feb. 22. Mr. Reuben any lower ago limit even an which is causing Bickfor some time, is better. Wm. her trouble limit such as tho House ComMrs. Bessio Neely Gabbard of Big Hill visited his nell has rented his farm to Ed Luns-for- d, al present. would who will move to it in a few visited Mrs. Daisy Peters on last mother, Mrs. Mary Gabbard of this mittee has recommended place Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. compromise tho purposo of tho law. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Forrester! days. "In other respects Kentucky will Tirey paid their father, John Tirey, Sallio Parsons is on tho sick list this a visit last Sunday. Mr. Will Har- week. Mr. Robert Peters returned step into tho front rank among tho Annville ('nun a visit with his daughter, Mrs. slates if the bill passes without furAnnville, Feb. 28. Mr. John Wil- vey visited Crate Peters last Satur Floyd Flannery in Kansas, Illinois ther amendment. Slio will bo tho mother died last week. Mrs. day and Sunday. There aro plenty son's George Carter nineteenth statu to limit tho hours j?3.1 Tycsday.-- Mr. tlieso parts.-Suc- cess Wilson was a very old lady and had of mumps in "''rwent a serious of workers under 10 to eight per day; P'?cc' w been in poor health for somo time. to Tho Citizen and its many readers. operation al the Gibson infirmary at and if tho hill passes with less delay Mrs. Sallio York is in poor health. and to "Cy Whitaker's Place." Richmond, last week is reported to than tho hills now pending in New Mrs. Bettio Pennington is still on Iki getting along very well. Mr. Jersey and Virginia, Kentucky will OWSLEY COUNTY the sick list. Mrs. Angelino Truett Jusllco Ponder sold a nlco pair of bo the twelfth 6tnte to rccognizo Booneville is slowly improving. Mr. Truett, Sr. Booneville. Feb. 28. Wo havo is just getting over a case of pneumonia fever. Mrs. Dobby Copo's been having mighty rough weather Thero aro health is no belter. Caleb Cope sold willi sleet and snow. his house and lot to Moso Edwards several now- cases of measles here his farm in Iloonoville. Mr. and Mrs. Frank for $300. Jim Shellon-solto Geo. Pennington for $1,200 and has Brandenburg are tho proud parents bought another on Horse Lick. Ell- or a bouncing boy. Mrs. Jessie Hol-coall You Is very poorly at this writing. as Casteel, after reserving two lots, Carter Bowman and youngest son; sold his farm for $1,250. David Hll-la- rd few you sold his farm to Jim York for Tinsley, passed through Booneville ?2,000. Miss Alma Rader and Mr. Tuesday with a bunch of cattle. Card Send us Fred Jones were married last Wed- Mr. Thomas Holcomb called on Mrs. nesday at tho homo of the bride. Dora Taylor Sunday afternoon. if you once. Miss Maltio Medlock and Mrs. Lloyd Carl Seals died suddenly with pneuIk'gley wero at McKee last week monia fever. Mr. nailoc, who has taking the Civil Service examina- been sick for so long, is very low tion. Leonard Hacker and family at this writing. Mr. G. B. Mooro is visited Everett Hacker Sunday. Mr. losing all of his sheep. Carter BowHENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager and Mrs. C. C. Mooro visited Alfred man sold his farm to Mr. Brlco Dean York Sunday. Miss Delia Carpent- of upper Buffalo. Mr. Bowman Is Tiruhop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. Phone 7 or 187 er visited homo folks last week. L. preparing lo movo out on Sturgeon. Mr. Elit Mooro has boon very J. Webb was, at Jerry York's Mon ed 1 ng 21-y- ear 21-y18-yd lot making the best cake, biscuit and pastry Royal is Absolutely Pure and the only baking powder made from Royal grape cream of tartar. FARMERS' CLUBS "1SS "'" " HUGE A INVITATION Conference of Farmers and Business Men Early This Spring MEETING FOR THE SOUTH A A Great Opportunity For a Short-cu- t "Method of Seeing What la Best Ir Rural in the Unltet State A Real Getting Together. Prof. A. O. Wilson. How about that Guttering of Yours? the rain want to catch water can for next weeks. a Postal want it repaired at polnta and learn what tht are doing. Ol leadera In course, tbla baa been an Imposalbllltj and even If one could make It posilble tbere would be no time left for con true the work at borne. To a certali extent the "County Life Conference' In I.oulvllle, April 7, 8, 9, 10. wli: Biako thla a possibility without extcn alve traveling. movement! Leaders In from many parts of tbe South and from Innumerable Northern Statea have been engaged to tell Just wbat they have accomplished and bow II They are to tel! was accomplished. tbelr "ups" as well aa their "downa," The) In the cause of will also be on hand to show exactlj how the work which baa been a iuo ceaa at borne can be transplanted tc They will brlnt other neighborhoods. with them not only the story, but alac 11 of the material that la used In tbelt perfected organltatlon that 11 may run smoothly. Enough enthuslaam la sure to be d reloped to make orgs citations among those present a certainty. Tbla will be done by tbeae men In the most detailed way poealble. The leadera who come to the Conference should be able to take the good word borne in sucb shape that It can be redeveloped and take root If you should wish to better youi own condition, or the condition ot your state, or tbe condition ot tbe whole South, It would be well worth your time and money to come to Louisville at this time. Kven If you are not at all anxious to hear any one of the speakers or see any of tbo demonstrations, still It would be a delight to be In a crowd ot people who are enthusiastic enough and devoted enough to come and rub elbows with other leaders. After all, there Is nothing much better In lire than the glow which comes to all oi us when we come In contact with "live wires" from scattered places over tbe whole country. If you are a leader' or feel that you might be a leader or hope to be a leader, make your plans at once and get the dust off your grip sack that you may be ready to be with tho splen. did bunch that will talk things over ao tat tho South may grow In prosperity, In farm life, In home life and In neighborhoods. first-hany Almost everyone who baa head thi snagaxlnss and newspapers In thelaal or ao baa wlabrd to travel to raanj haa been full of tie wonderful work done by the Doya' soil ClrU Corn and Tomato Clubs. Naturally, It would seem time for us to bare something In the press concerting clubs for farmers and their wives. 8ome work In successful farmers' clubs has been done In the State ot Minnesota and I'rof. A. D. Wilson, of the Extension Department of State University Is the man who has devel oped IL His wide experience In this field has appeared so strongly to those In charge of the program for tbe Farm ers' and iiusiness Mens Conference, that arrangements were made for him to roroe to te meeting at Loulsvlllt. April to develop the same enthusiasm that has attended the work In his home atate. He Is a speaker of ability, and It la hoped that he may et- tbuse our farmers to the point of or ganising some clubs In Kentucky aaj In tbe South for this year. j The Conference In April Is of such Importance that ex trem.-llow railroad rates have bee a Made. Tou can make the trip tram yew home town to Louisville at this flfeM ait several years The press ot tbe country for tie far oh rare ataa 21 caata. CINCINNATI MARKETS No. 4 yellow 69Q60c, No. 2 mixed 65c, No. 3 mixed 61 62 He, No. 4 mixed 58ViW63c, mixed oar 65067c, whits ear 65 0 67c, yellow ear 65 0 68c, Hay No. 1 timothy 918.60. standard timothy $17.60. No. 2 timothy J 16.60, No. 3 timothy I14O14.C0, No. 1 clover mixed 11 5.26 T 15.50, No. 2 clover mixed S13.25iT13.50, No. 1 clover $14, No. 2 Corn New corn la quoted aa follows: No. 2 white C8 069c. No. 3 whi'. 66067c. No. 4 white 6465c. No. 2 3 low 64065c, No. 3 yollow C2V40MW. Oats No. 2 white 43Q43ttc. standard white 42&643c, No. 3 white 419 42c, No. 4 white 390 40c. No. 3 mixed 41c. No. 4 mixed 396 40c. Wheat No. 2 red 99cJ1.01, No. 3 red 9SQ99c, No. 4 red 86098c. Poultry Ileus, 5 lbs and over, 14 'jc; 3Vi lbs nnd over, 14 Vic; young staggy roofcters, 12c; roosters, 12c; springers, under 2V lbs, 20c; springlbs and over, 19c; spring ers, ducks, white, 4 lbs and over, lCc; ducks, under 4 lbs, 15c; turkeys, tomi, old, 22c; young turkeys, 9 lbs and over, 22c. Kkkb I'ritno firsts 26c, firms 26 He, clover $12.60. 2i Berea School of Roofing A Troublttomt Tower. She whm n good fcrvunt. was Jennie, and Mrs. Wnmlerfarr noer wUh-ti- l Hut III t tie matte1 of for butter. ' jilcturoH Jeuiilo wh wink There, ono In particular, which uliowi.-j . loanltiK tuvr of I'lmi. livery day W. hung It straight, and every iik lag Jennie put " crooked, So Mrs. V. wutclii-".Vow, look how. Jennie," she salil. "you've hung tlmt picture of tho tower crooked again! Junt look at It!" "That's Jiikt what I say, mum," re-I .....(.. .1. ,!..,, II... "L..l- - n It. The only way you can't Kt that Billy tower to luint. Itrnluht is to hauir d . 1 22c. ordinary firsts 24c, G.7S1'7.76, extra Cuttle Shippers J7.86OH.10; butcher steers, extra 7M US, good to choice $7.26 ('7.75; common to fair $5,750)7; heifers, extra 7,85f 8, good to choice $707.75, common to fair $5ft6.76; cows, extra $0.60 (j 6.65, good to choice $5.7600.40, common to fair $3.6006.65; canners $3.26 0 4.25. Hulls Uologna $6.6007.26, extra Calves Kxtra $10.76011. (air to good $8.60010.60, common and largs $5.60010.25. Hogs Selected heavy $8.8508.90, good to choice packers and butchers $8.8508.90, mixed packers $8.7508.85, $4.7607.60, extra $7.60. common to cbolca hcavy fttt B0WB t H su,,,ICrs $8.1608.90, (P-- $7.35, fat bulls $707.60.