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Five Cents a copy. rThe Citizen to tti Interests of ttie Mo-uuxteLir- Knowledge li power an U way to keep up witk ao4m knowledge it io raid feed newspaper. Feojole Ono Dollar a Year. No. 30 BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 20, 1014. Facts and Figures Let The Good Work Leaguo When tin was nrRnnlzoil twenty years ago, outside of n few thinly populated prolilhltinti slates Ihere was hanlly n spot on the map of llio United Stales where liquor was not sold openly ami legally. Today, 72 per cent of tho total area of the United Stales tf,i:t0,7t0 squarn miles Is There are nine "dry" territory. Males in which it is illegal to sell liquor anywhere In the commonwealth: Georgia, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, North Carolina, North Dakota. Oklahoma, Tcnnesse, West Virginia. There aretenother stales in which more than W) per cent of the total aren is "dry." These states are: Alaliaina, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Kentucky, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Utah, Vermont, WyomAnti-Saloon Country Life in Minnesota One country township in Southern Minnesota has had its census taken in a new way. Somebody has taken the trouble to find out all the facts about the different families living in this township. Here are some of the things that were found out. Twenty-thre- e farmers out of a hundred say their biggest problem is to get satisfactory help. Twenty-nin- e women out of ioo push their own lawn mowers to keep their front yards neat and trim. Thirty-tw- o women out of ioo help with the barnyard chores. Sixteen women out of ioo help in field work at harvest time. (This outdoor work of the women is promoting health and family affection, but we hope the men help as much in indoor work.) creameries and stores are successful, but a good many farmers do not believe in them yet. The Rural Free Delivery has put the country stores out of business. People go to town to trade. Eighty-fou- r farmers out of ioo take some newspaper n out of ioo read them. but only Only fourteen farmers out of ioo ever attend a Farmer's Institute. Church attendance is rather less than it used to be. o farmers and those The distinction betweeh o is increasing. less The young people lack proper and sufficient amusements. So it appears that rural life in Minnesota can be much improved. How about Kentucky? forty-sevewell-to-dwell-to-d- UNITED STATES NEWS IN Moore's Successor Named President Wilson nominated Rob-e- rt Lansing of Watertown, N. Y., lo he Counselor of tho Department of Stale, succeeding John Iiasscl Moore, and Cono Johnson, of Texas, to ho Solicitor for tho Department, succeeding Joseph W. Folk. Mr. Lansing Is an associato editor of The American Journal of International Law ami the author of several works on International He has served as counsel for the United Stales on several nrbi-- I rat ion treaties and commissions. Mr. Johnson is ono oP the most hrillianl lawyers of Texas. Democrats Vote for Child Labor Tho Democratic majority of tho House of lleprescntntivcs squelched child labor legislation urged by Progressives and Republicans. Kelly of Pennsylvania, a Progressive, offered an amendment to a bill prohibiting tho importation of the products of foreign convict labor, extending the prohibition to tho products of factories employing children under 11 years of age. This led to a debate on child labor in our country, between Kelly of Michigan, Howard and Tribhlc of Georgia and Maun of Illinois, in which existing conditions were shown clearly. The age limit in Georgia is 10years for day and It years for night work. The child lagor amendment was defeated 01 to 80. The ampndmcnt excluding products of children under 12 years of age was also defeated 38 to 77. Loan Sharks Law Success Under tho Johnson law, ono thousand loan sharks havo been prosecuted in tho National Capitol by tho District Government. Eachvi-olat- er paid a lino of $100 netting $100,000 for the District. A second violation brings a flno of 3200 and thirty days in jail. The Jomson law was passed as a result of tho agitation of the Kentucky Congressman some time ago. This law has stopped usury in tho District. Mr. Johnson says that before its enactment a rate as high as 300 per cent in al least one instance was charged. U. S. Prepares Farms for Indians The United States government has closed a deal for the purchase of 3,200 acres of laud in Forest county, Wisconsin. Tho land will be used to establish farm homes for tho Pottawatomie Indians. Homes will Do erected and an academy for tho instruction of Indian children is to bo established and maintained. Protest Meeting in New York One of the greatest mass meetings in recent years was held iiw New York, March 20th, to protest against the proposed repeal of tho free tolls provision of (lie Panama Canal. Patriotism was tho keynote of tho gathering, called by representative citizens of every political faith, who are Americans first, and party men afterward. Kvery field of business and professional activity was represented in Iho great crowd. wero adopted condemning tho proposed repeal of tho free toll provision. Fake Medicine Bill in Congress Congressman O'llair of Illinois introduced a bill which provides that fake remedies shall not bo transported in interstate commerce, either through tho mails or on comIt also provides that mon carriers. advertisements of fako medicines shall be barred from the mails and I hat all publications containing such advertisements shall ho denied tho postal privilege. I'hysiciaus and medical associations all over the country nro combining to aid (lie passage of tho hill. New Warship Launched The supcrdrcadnnughl Oklahoma, one of Iho largest and most powerful American battleships alloal, was launched March 23rd. The length of tho Oklahoma is 583 feet and its displacement will bo 27,500 tons or 500 tons greater than Iho largest American lighting ship now alloat. Tho principal weapons capawill he ten fouiloen-ini)ff"guble of llring shells weighing 1100 sub-Jeels. ns OUR OWN STATE the Go On. Arkansas has passed a law requirpetition signed hy all the adult white men and women in any community hefoni a saloon can he opened, practically insuring stalo-wid- u ing a ing prohibition. There is not a single stafo that is entirely "wet." New Jersey comes nearest, HOW with only four-tent- hs of one per cent of its area prohibiThree quarters of Pennsyltion. Illivania is "license" territory. nois and Missouri nre each 72 per cent "dry" and 58 per cent, of New York slate Is prohibition territory. Tho larger cities have scarcely Only slightly hivu reached yet. more than 20 per cent of tho population of any of (he nine stales havprohibition live in ing state-wid- e cities. More than half tho people of seventeen other states live In territory that is "dry" under local option laws, and the majority of these are in rural communities; the same is true of thirteen states in which between 25 and 50 per cent of the people live In "dry" territory. In the ivmalnlng nine states and the District of Columbia less than 25 per cent of the population live under prohibition laws, and these stales' contain llfleen cities of loo.ood population or more, in which 71 er cent of their people live. League is Hut the working towards tho cities surrounding them with areas of prohibition territory and masses of prohibition sentiment. - From Tho World's Work. Anti-Salo- Now Educational Law A hill of vital importance to TO GET GROUND LIMESTONE AT J1.G0 PER TON WORLD NEWS Fanners wanting less than a carload of ground limestone can leave their orders for the number of tons they want at either of tho banks. As soon as enough orders aro In to make up a carload, yours will bo sent (iff with the rest and you will get your lime in a few days, unless you state some later date that you want your order sent in. You will be notified immediately upon arrival of the car and a day set for hauling. It is understood that all who have limo on any car will come and haul it away on the day our check with the banker for f 1.00 per ton for tho amount you order, lUHl per ton to be sent to W. J. Sparks, Mount Vernon, Ky with the order, and ?0.V) to pay freight when car comes. -- Jesse O. Haugh, Secretary, Farmers' Institute. set-Lea- speaker Ulster Crisis Arouses England Intense excilemeilt prevails in Kngland over the situation brought about through thcctiou of tho ministry in connection with tho Home Rule Hill. Following the declaration of the Ulster men that tho proposition for six years exclusion of I'lsler from the provisions of tho Home Rido Act, would not be accepted, the authorities began a shifting of troops in Ireland with the intention of replacing the troops in Ulster wjth those stationed in other military pouters. When orders wero given for tho regiment at Curragh to move into Ulster, seventy out of seventy-si- x ofllcers offered their resignations, staling thai they were not prepared to engage in civil war and did not enlist for that purpose. This action revealed a condition in the army that was suspected and the limits of which no one knew or could predict. Lord Hercsford said THIS WEEK that many naval olllcers of high The poem on tho last page was rank are prepared to resign if an atwritten by llev. G. llcxford Raymond, tempt is made to force Ulster into who will be tho Commencement compliance hy the uo of the miliof I Wren College. VAST AMOUNT OF WORK TO BE DONE THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION COMMISSION MUST CLASSIFY INDUSTRIES AND FIX RATES. LAW OPERATIVE JUNE 15 "At the final session or the legislature I remained until 5:45 o'clock In the morning to sign all bills that were brought to me," declared Mr. McDer-motI did not leave the capltol building until I was Informed there were no other bills for me to sign. If the Confederate Home Dill does not contain my name It was due to Its not baring been presented to me." Mr. McDermott declared that this bill was one In which he bad been especially Interested, and that ne had had It placed on the senate calendar Insure the passage. He said he had worked for the bill at the Instance of t. Simple and practical advice concerning how to take an inventory Is given by Professor Clark on page : something every fanner ought to know. News of the great I'anama-l'aeill- c Imposition second page. A good way to keep down expenses is to eoonoinie. An interesting experience of one family is related on page 7. CONTENTS tary. The military situation immediately revealed a inoil grave condition of affair. The government through Premier Asquilh explained that a mistake had been made In interpreting the order. There is now talk of a possible adjournment of Parliament for a general consideration of affairs. It was learned that a general of high j standing in the regular army refused llieposlofcoiiunander-in-chi- ef of operations in Ulster. The situation awakens the widest interest. Evidently the English people are not jet prepared to adopt civil war as tho means of carrying out the measures of .stubborn parliamentary leaders. Roosevelt Party Meets Narrow Escape A dispatch forwarded from t interior of Urazll by courier reports that the equipment of the Roosevelt party was lost in the rapids of the river which tho party were exploring. All members of I ho. party are reported safe. Colonel Roosevelt wrote that' they wero undertaking the exploration of an unknown river, ami lliey could not estimate the length of time that it would take for them to reach civilization again after they had once started. These rivers descend from a high altitude and in their journey lo (lie sea are many dangerous rapids and some of (he lineal waterfalls in the world. righting In Mexico Villa has led tho Constitutional forces (o (he heights overlooking the city of Torreoji where his cannon aro planted prepared to- - begin the siege. He has 12,000 troops at his command. The Federals aro prepared to oiler sternest resistance. Numbers have nlready been kilU'd In cavalry race. Reinforcements from Mexico City am now cut off as tho rebel lines practically surround Torreou. Trance Licenses Gambling Legalized gambling in Franco has increased at such a rate that tho government is asking for n larger share of tho profits. Fifteen per (Continued oa rate rive.) THIS WEEK PAGE 1. Kditorlal-Coun- try Life in Minnesota. News from the Legislature Vast Amount of Work to He Done. World News Fighting in Mexico. U. S. News Democrats Volo for Child Labor. Ky. News Hotter. Roads in Moun- tains. Anti-Salo- League Figures. On (ho Funny Side. lc PAGE 2. Story-J- im I'anama-l'aeil- Sermon ing. PAGE 3. Was Righl. Exposition. False Teachers and Teach- Mountain Agriculture Pruning Fruit Trees, luvenlm y Time, ProL F. 0. Clark. School Room Must Supply Homo Fcouomics. Sunday School Lesson Jesus, Tho (h eat Teacher. PAGE 4. Herea News. College Items. PAGE 5. Meet. Herea College Trustees Stale PAGE Y. M. C. A, Conference. Madison Co. News. C. Tho Maid of tho Forest (continued) PAGE 7. A Corner for Women l.o vo and Common Sense Overcome Obsta'ules. Daddy's Hedtimo Story. llome-iuad- o Trap for Catching mals. PAGE 8. K. Ky. News. Poem Inasmuch, Ani- Cincinnati Markets. Jobs Good For Four Years. Itegardless of the outcome of the 1915 state election a number oi state officials and employes aro now certain of four years' tenure, running well Into the next administration. This, besides members of boards and commissions, appointed for four years. Capt. W. J. Stone's appointment as commissioner of confederate pensions runs for four years, the commissioner of motor vehicles will hold for four years from his Governor's Position.' Lieutenant appointment by the sinking fund comEdward J. mission; the office of Becrctnry to the Lieutenant Governor McDermott declared that it tho bill prison commission, a position heretoappropriating $10,200 quarterly to the fore filled uader appointment for tho State Confercdato Homo, t I'ewee houses of reform, as the law did not Valley, was not signed by him, it was provide for a secretary; tho capltol lbs. duo to the bill not having been pre- custodian and tho state of superinsented to him for his signature tendent of printing, tho former of The bill was declared to have been which goes to Deputy Warden Samuel EARLY I IADITS. Lyklns, of tho Frankfort Itefurmatory, Invalidated by the lack of Lteut-Gor- . PrecepU arr usefu1, but practice McDeruiott'a signature when it was 'April lrand the latter to be tilled by and imitation go lar beyond them; posl- read by Gov McCreary, and the pros-- j a Democrat In June, are four-yea-r hence the importance of watching ent annual appropriation of $175 per tlons. rally habits, thai tliry may be free capita will remain hi effect. The flat from what n oSjec ionaMe, and of sum of $10,200 was asked as a matter No Extra Session. keeping before our mind at much of coaveuleucc, and was bated on the Cov. McCreary will not call an extra average cost of maintenance for scv. at possible the nrcemiy of imitalin;: session of the legislature to pass a rev the good and the wie. eral yeaj-g- . enue. and taxation bjll. QonflrmhiB the. ' N fund. The measure contains a provision that If any clauBc or section of the bill Is found to be unconstitutional It will not affect the constltulonallty of other sections. Tho fund Is raised by a tax on the pay roll of all companies accepting Its provisions. The tax Is graduated according to tho hazard. The largest tax Is $1.25 a month for each $100 of tho pay roll. t Rule, erans. Abollihci the Assumption of Risk and Rule of Contributory Negligence. Sundry Bills Signed. House nil! 86, authorizing the Issu(Sprclal Frankfort Currerpomlence.) ing of search warrants In illicit liquor Frankfort. The workmen's compen-ratio- cases, has been signed by the goveract signed by Gov. McCreary nor, also the following .bills: House Kill become operative Juno IS. The Bill 265, authorizing the governor to commission, which Is to arbitrate the designate persons to solemnize marclaims of workmen Injured In Indus- riages,- which was Introduced for the trial employment and the dependents purpose of breaking up an alleged maron those killed In Industrial accidents riage trust In Covington and Newport, Is composed of Atty. Gen. James Car-netwhere it was declared only certain faCommissioner of Agriculture J. vored people were allowed to marry W. Newman and Insurance Commispeople; House 1)111 272, authorizing the sioner M. C. Clay. Applications for state board of education to validate positions under the commission al certificates from other states and perready are being received. mit college graduates to teach In high The commission has a vast amount schools without taking an examinaof work to do before the law Is put tion; Senate Dill 179, empowering the In operation. They must classify fire marshal to make regulations for Industries, excepting domestic and the storage of Inflammable material, farm employment; assess them on a and Senate Dill 295, the basis of their pay rolls to create a fund parole law, to give the prison board, for operating the department and pay- with the governor's approval, discreing claims, and look after the Invest- tionary power In granting' paroles, and ment of tho fund placed In their hands. Senate Dill 91, child labor act. It probably Is tho most exacting duty yet placed on any state oltlclal. ' The compensation Is graded, accord- Panama Fund By Subscription. ing to the character and permanency A state commission to secure conof the Injury, the maximum being tribution from Kentucky merchants for permanent disability or death, and corporations for a fund of $50,000 the only beneficiaries recognized la to give the state proper representation the latter case being dependents. exposition, Is at the Panama-PacifiThe act abolishes the fellow-servaadvocated in a letter to Gov. McCreary rule, the assumption of risks and the by Senator Charles II. Knight, of Lourule of contributory negligence. The isville. Mr. Knight calls attention to board of arbitration consists of the the failure of the general assembly to attorney general, the commissioner of provldo for a state appropriation for agriculture and the Insurance com- the exhibit, and says other'Btates have missioner. They will be paid $75 a been successful In obtaining needed month each out of the compensation funds through commissioners. Oen. Dennett H. Young, commander-in-chie- f of the United Confederate Vet- Act Fellow-Servan- t. $3.-76- 0 c higher institutions of learning in Kentucky which passed as House Hill 272 has received the sanction of tin; Governor. This hill gives lo Iho Slatp Hoard of Education and Iho State Superpower to establish a intendent standard of examinations for certificates lo leach in the high schools of (he slate. This will establish a long to he desired standard, and Is of itself n good thing. The hill also authorizes tho Superintendent to give recognition to Iho examinations conducted hy higher institutions of learning, so lhal the students who havo passed these examinations, as well as those who havo graduated from tho Institution, may receive certificates lo teach in high schools of the stale without undergoing further examinations. Tills bill has been furthered by the various colleges and institutions of higher learning. President Adams of Georgetown and Professor Lewis of Herea rendered most efficient service. Tho measure is particularly valuable in that it gives to tho students in these Kentucky colleges and instilutions of like grade proper recognition and advantage; but more than that il makes-i- t much easier for tho State to secure the services of a body of efficient and highly qualified teachers, of whom Hie Slate cannot havo too many. Better Roads in the Mountains The Letcher Fiscal Court Is making necessary arrangements to bond the county to build a complete system of good roads and will call an election early in Juno. At this time the county is building six miles of model roadways, from Mayking to Kona, in the county above here. It is said that the bonds will carry witli a whoop. Other mountain counties aro likewise getting the spirit of better roads model thoroughfares and during the present year will take steps looking to them. New Railroad to Coal Fields It is practically certain that a new lino will be run from the Ohio river to the Eastern Kentucky coal and timber fields. The Illinois Central has purchased (ho right of ways of the Cincinnati, Licking Valley and Virginia, who last year made surveys and secured right of ways from a point near Cincinnati up the Licking Valley through tho counties of Morgan, Magoffin, Johnson, Floyd and Knott, passing through tho Heaver Creek and Boone's Fork and Klkhorn coal tlelds and terminating in Letcher County, near tho Virginia bonier. This is ono of the most important routes ever opened up in Kentucky and will ohmi up an important section of Iho state. It is said that construction work will begin this year. Must Be Real Farmers From now on no ono can graduate from tho Stato Agricultural Col-le- go without having spent two summers of three months each at actual work on the farm. Theory and book learning is not enough, and every graduate must have practical knowledge of agricultural conditions. The new rule becomes effectlvo witli freshmen entering next fall. It is believed by Iho University that this requirement will produce better farmers and Kentucky has room for tho farmer. Kentucky Shows New York How Kentucky is often given Iho laugh by outsiders on account of our backwardness, uud many times wo deserve it. Hut tho city of New York lias just adopted tho same system for testing milk which has. been in uso in Louisville for over two years. This tests (he amount of dirt found in mirk and judges it pure or impure by this standard. Let's get busy and make more now plans for others lo follow. Free Mail Service Pikeville is to have free city delivery in Iho future, thanks to tho efforts of Representative I.angley. It Is hoped that free oily delivery will also be installed in Paintsvillc. iThe mountain towns aro "coming lo (ho front." Would Veto Law A. delegation of Jailors culled on Guv. McCreary last Monday and asked the veto of the bill for working county prisoners on public roads and keeping them in camps undor als s.vr-te- - (Continued on pu Fire) , (Continued on I'ir rive.) Page Two; THE CITIZEN. MUnVElOUS March 20, lOit. The Citizen fsmllr newspaper for ill that It right, true ind Intsrsitlng. cttry T!nirlay at ntrta, Ky PANAMA-PACIF- IC INTERNATIONAL A EXPOSITION I POLICEMAN'S PISTOL H0LDS erolCoR, WILL OPEN UPON COMPLETED ASSEMBLAGE OF up A SUICIDE False Teache i. M T"E BERKA PUBLISHING CO. (Inrnrpnratril) f WM. C. FROST, RUTH MtFALL. OfR Editor DEAN SLACLE, Circulation Manaitr SKnlSE " ...m. c Subscription Ratos Sli Three Montha One ... Moitlha Vrr rAVAM.I! IN AllVANCI? ... ,w)sm VifW- 'ul yrl X) I I I i ! , hend money liy or Hapreaa Money uruer, Ilrnft, KcaMercil Keller or one nml two cent lnip. Die dale after tour name on label ahnna to what date our aulnerlptlon la paid If it l not anseil within three wieka after renewal notify ua Miaaing number will be gladly aupplleil If wc are notified Litxrat term ghcn to any who obtain new iiuacrlptlona for n. Any one tending in four yearly aubacrlptlonacan receive The Cltlfen free forlifmwlf for one ear AdvertiaiuK ratca on application MKMnKR I I i VI 11 I i KM Vj or t Went West. "Some people contend that there a times when nothing else expresses one's meaning so forcibly as slang." "Perhaps so, but only this morning , .I ....... ... r. ...... I. ..1 i uiciucuiu u cum ei Biiiiuu slang prored How dra T A conclave, of nations unsurnassea In tho htatnrr nf it.. nrM .in bio at Sun Francisco when the marvelous Panama-PacifiInternational expo-- ' eltlon opens on February 20, 1915. Today, tho Panama-PnclflInternational exposition overshadows and eclipses any commemorative anil Instructive exhibition In history. Progress in all phases of this most brilliant and comprehensive of world's colebratlons vlsunlltns tho exposition as It will annnar uhm, ihn i,imi. f th. Installed within Its spacious halls, when hundreds of thousands of raro trees, plants and shrubs brought from far corner of tlm rlnim imv ir,.fnrmo,i ih. RrOUIUlS Into n an Ifi m fill, f, I i,,MJ.A . .. i . r. . , numtT mmI nurii I irum win women n uaie me traveler will behold the vast Exposition city rising to great heights against tho y mm oi mo encircling amphitheater of tho hills of San Francisco. In tho assured participation of tho foreign nations and of the commorclal and Industrial Interests of tho world tho Panama-PacifiInternational exposl- Hon stands alone among the great expositions of tho past. As a tribute to America's heroic task In tho completion of the Panama 33 of the world's great nations havo formally accepted tho Invitation of tho president td take nart in tlm ralfthrnt Inn atid AM nnw anitaJ In pro- paring magnificent displays, which will lllustrato their progress In evtry lino of social and Industrial activity The Argentine leads with a government ... appropriation of $1,300,000 lEoldl. and . . .. "ill UU c 1 1 c cr Bradon Hesitates Re VOlVOr Does the RCSt. I i and Teaching II, HEV. Mt lLUAM F.VANS. D. D. Monlf tlbU laoilal, Oticara i, I, Chicago. That old adage about being "between the devil and the deep sea" falls far short of describing tha predicament the other day of John llradon. In all of hie 48 winters ha had never found tho Chicago river so cold nor Chicago's police force so un- mlntilln w" standing on tho Washington street brlilne when ho dccldod that th" Chicago river would be a good Ho leaped P'oco to drown himself. oer the railing and hit the water with M'lash that brought Policeman "''I I'owers on the run. Ilradnn cams shivering and kicking, why ho liouiii try lo swim when he warned tn t j' J WIWhrfH-l-H-H-NW-rM- t i. n:vr i Joiiii, i hai'tT .ir. iiaaaaaaaV According to the lllble, Ihn teaching of false doc- l ... ..... ' F j i i . i lj . uy i i "A serious combined exhibit. More than SOO.OOO accredited delegates from all tiarta of tho lnh .m attend a series of great International conventions and congresses to b held at Snn Francisco during tho exposition. Among the congresses will be the great International Engineering congress, of which Col. Ocorge W Oocthals, hulldcr of tho Pannmn canal, Is chairman. Thousands of visitors from all parts of the globe nre planning to see the great exposition nt Sun Francisco In 1915, and wonderful preparations aro being made to transport and to care for them. KK.VTUCKV TRUSS ASSOCIATION No No Whiskey Advertisements! Immodost News Items! AND lug another man about a bank cmbei-- ( xler who stole $100,000. 'He went south with It, eh?" remarked the man addressed. 'No,' answered the serM ous person. 'He was caught In San Francisco. " hundred manufacturers In Ocrmany will make a collective exhibit, to bo shown In n great Oerman building: 600 manufacturers from England will present a H i "What JIM WAS RIGHT "Oh, I "Why?" Such a Sadness. the matter with you!" Just feel sad." Is us." "Tli ill's all n'nlil, .lini, but have a Trouble In Store. "Pokcsly saye he Is going to throw ilrink with me llrsl." ....... nn ntif atino nl v m haii vntt "No, thank you; I can lie just as rled tomorrow." sociable without one." "I'm glad Pokesly Is getting to be "Don'l you ilrink, .liin?" more friendly. He hasn't had much "Well, I can'l say thai I'm altouse for me lately." gether a total abstainer. I don'l "Perhaps he hasn't changed. He drink because I don't want lo drink, told me he thought he could get the and because I feel all the better kind of old shoe he wanted at a black1 ' without it, in health and pocket. I smith's shop." saw some bad eases of drinking in Popular Science Vote. Manila. Thai 'all pono' feeling in '.' tr.U,h ,,n "Come out of that, Profound Professor Now tbey , Hie suffocating air of the hoi cliyou!" shouted Power. "Cornet of1 J1"'" claim the human body contains sul T '.T" . mate made the hoys thirsty for li- phur. that. or. by all that's good and holy , V'f c,'ur.c,,,i bu ln b"te, c,,ul" "''71 ,0",,,!n got going they quor and when they "; I'll Put a bullet In you!" Miss Butterfly In what amount? -- 'ould be put out. We be went fast. So I made up my mind The policeman had drawn bis Professor P. Oh, varying quantiour mpi o u nu volver and llnH ll .t .h .lmm, lumul to cut it out and keep my senses as ties. llradon knew that he couldn't dodge pita ble to all truth we entertain the long as I could." Miss n. Maybe that Is why some the bullets without ducking bis head devil unawares. "Well, I'll bet you, Jim, that I'll girls make better matches than others. In the chapter w are considering, In the Icy water, and ho struck out for Puck. live as long as you, though I drink a pier, to which he clung until the the niHjstle lelts us that the oliit to f and smoke its much as I want." policeman hurled htm a ropi and bo proven about teachers Is, "Are thsy A GUESS. "I hope you'll live longer and havo of (odV That means from whenco la pulled htm out. a good time. Hut if you live twice "It was a cold, unfeeling world, and their message derived, from God or I wanted to end It a long, Tom, that fact would not all. but that water from the world. Hatan Is an Imitator, Is tho coldest proposition I ever went lie has a church (Itev. 2,9), a minisdisprove tho general rule that peoup against," said llradon, shivering, a try (5 Cor, 11M3IK); a membership ple who a tv intemperate usually he was being taken to tho Iroquois (1 John 3:10); and gives (Kiwer lo die before their time, and have all hospital. He refused to say why be work signs (2 Thess, 2:9), kinds of pains aches and troubles wanted to commit suicide. Ihe proof that a man's teaching Is I (Ind that 'prelie fore they go. divine In Its origin Is settled by his atvention is beller than cure.' MoreARMLESS MAN MAKES RESCUE titude townrda Jesus Christ (1:2,6). In over, Tom, I believe that a little till things he must hold to the Head '.)). Names and seels and parlo one's self is repaid a hunExtends Legs Into Watsr, Raises Up iCol ties fall; Jesus Christ is all In all. All dred fold over by the greater en- -' Swimmer to Pier Without Uss professing Christian teaching must bn joyment one gels out of work and of Rope. Judged by Its relation to Jesus Christ. play. Ilellef In the Incarnation or Virgin Chicago, When It comes to rescu"Here are a few things which ing men from drowning. Stanley Mar- birth Is a sign that a man's teaching help to keep ine in good health, ap- -' There must tin, who lives at 638 Orand boulevard, is from God (4 2.3; G:l) petite and spirits. I don't go on requires neither ropes, planks, life- bo the belief that the historical Jesus eating until I feel uncomfortable. It boats, nor even arms. His short Is the anointed Savior or the world; chew my food and enjoy it. I can stumps that end a few Inches from this fact of history must bn also a fact eat anything that comes along, cs- -j the shoulder, two legs and a loud rolco or faith There can bo no dodging this Copyright, 1811. by I'anaraa Pacific Intar lational Kipoalllon Company quest Ion "Jesus Is nnnlheimi" or elae pecially vegetables and fruit. I en- -' Tho Arch of the Hieing Sun at the Panama-PacifiInternational exposi- are nil he needs. "Jesus Is I.ord." We may make all the joy a good laugh. Kvery meal is a Martin spent the afternoon strolltion, which will be crowned by a wonderful group of statuary, "The Nations progress In the doctrines or Christ posShe Are you sure you love mo? jile.'isuie for ine. I drink lots cf of tho East." The howdah upon tho elephant will be 18S feet above the floors ing along the lake front. At Thirty-fiftHe Well, there's somepln' the mat of the court; the group Itself will be 2 feet In height. This huge arch, street he paused to look out from sible, but we must be careful that our water between times. I sleep with ter with me and I think It must be breathing tho spirit of the Orient, will be upon the east side of the great shore and watch Henry Carlson of progress Is In tho truth, and not away the windows open, winter and sumVlnceiines avenue skimming from the truth. There Is an advance, Central court, the Court of the Sun and Stars. Upon tho west side of the 1100 mer, and gel as much air and sun- love! along In a canoe. As ho watched the oven tn the doctrine of Christ, which court will be an arch typifying Occidental civilization. light as possible. I find soap and A Persuasive Argument. canoe capslted before a fresh gust or is not progress but nostasy (2 Johu water are Ihe best of tonics, and a' "I sure does b'lteve In woman's vote," wind and Carlson was thrown Into the 9).' WONDERFUL PALACE OF HORTICULTURE lilllc exercise keeps mo young and Said 'Uncle' Ilaslus Zollers; The next point to be settled with ro chilly water. supple. Have you ever tried deep! "'Cause me and Dinah then would get The armless man looked frantlnllv r.ard to Christ Is the acceptanco of Just about four dollars." Jirealhing, Tom? up and down the shore. No one was' ''Is Deity (2:12S, t:C, lfi, 10; 6:5,20). No? "ilegiu at' sight. Ho did not see how hel Tr"8 Christian doctrine acknowledges once- and keep it up. It will make Good Ones. , In could offer much assistance by kicking J,'8U" t'hrlat not merely an Divine, but "Do jou want me to misrepresent jou feel better (ban all tho liquor I his way out a quarter the pnnffa nml anv- - thnv nrn flnn tjution of a mile to the1 UH e")'. nd us such ho Is worshipped. j in the saloon. Tm" ,laui' ',l Helhlehem's mangor was . point where the canoe had overturned.' they are not?" asked tho new sales "You see, Tom, how one thing t He did not dare run across the rail- - 1!otI manifest In tho flosh. In him dwelt man. leads to another. When I saw ull tho tullness of the Godhead. That road tracks for aid. un-- j "Yes," sternly the ruin that was worked by scrupulous dealer.answered tho So ho ran nervously up and down teuchlng Is false .which separates the "Always remem- tlrmk in tho Philippines; when ll ber that our assets are your the pier shouting encouragement to Christ from Jesus. "This Is he that .. II. in Cnil iuiu juiuij, iciiuwb, ...III. uv- - 1.1 Carlson, who was swimming vigorous-- . unnt by wuler and by blood" those mm lues. ly toward shore. Martin looked at the' words deny that teaching which states erylhing lo live and work for, car- -j smooth sides or the Dler and reallznd ' ",ul K0,no form or Deity came on More Money In It. ricd into the hospital utterly wreck- -' the swimmer, exhausted by tho cold ''"Hat fit his baptism and left him at "I can Bay this much for dentists." ed, put into straight-jacke- ts pro-- 1 to and exertion, could never pull hlmsoir ",0 cross. Jesus Christ cannot be "What Is It?" vent tlicm laying violent hands upon Ho sat down on tho edge and vlJ,'l. ho Is "tho samo, yesterday, "You seldom find one who has a themselves and others; when 1 saw' , to Bhout encouragomont Uay anu forever." S " young sons and middle-age- d men Carlson says ho came near giving up " I" vital that a teacher from Ood carrion to ine grave, l mailo up my a scant rod from tha pier, but made lu Bound with regard to the nature of "They'd much rather fill a tooth mind to cut it out. And tho noxt than pull It." another effort and drew close. i t'1" redeinptlvo work or Christ John Martin had thrown tiling was lo turn to a few simple himself face 1,4 emphatic about this (comparo 2; 1.8; down on tho pier. Bracing himself 3.6,4:9.10.14:6:6). Jesus Christ gave rules, a few clean habits that would rVOteitlonai Maoit. Copyrlltlu. 1911, uy Panama I'auillc Inter u m imiiIoii Company '1,s UH ransom for our sins; we help mo lo keep my wits about ine, J'-IBaVuytl!1ID6 Vke JlnkB The superb Palace of Horticulture at Ihe Panama. Pacific International with his stumps he edged cautiously nru "f" reconciled to God by tho death ot always wants I pmon ln San Francisco ln 1915 will be surmounted by a vast dome ot backward, letting his legs swing out and preparo for tho winter of lifo In tho water as far as he could reach. I 80,1 Jesus Christ Is tho propltla-Hto take the negative In any question. . -- u-. sr. f.( in BUDDOried with Immense steel trusses. Tlm i..m win and now, don't think I am preachfelt the despairing swlmmor mb' "0" for ur sins; he Is the Savior of That's professional Instinct. You ueigi'i uuu ios leei in uiameier. at. nignt uutteries or colored searchlights ing pass around tho good word and must remember he's a photographer." Will play on the liisldo or the domo from within the building, to that It will a foot, gritted his teeth, and hung on. "'" world. All this means that Jesus do a tnrn for a neighbor. present tho appearance or a gigantic soap bubble continuously rlnngtnt; to Carlson clung for a few seconds, then,' Christ took our pluce nnd our sins un"Come along, Tom, and havo a hilo aided by the armless man, pulled him-- . on hlmsoir, that his death waa In our A Fast Crowd, every color or the rainbow with us. Lizzio and tho girls will self up and fainted away. stead. It Is not enough to say that Patrolman Exceeding the speed It was then that Martin's other fao-- Christ's death oxorted a moral ho delighted to seo you." s limit, Bergeant. came Into service. And Ha Walked.' Egg Ttat For Golfara. "What names?" Ha threw Ullcu uI,on '"""kind, or that It was an Tom went and enjoyed ono of llio It happened on a three cent ear Una. i A bniiiil new "Philip Sheridan, John Oilpln, Tarn lovo, or on n brand back his bead and yelled until others example of pleasanlest evenings of bis life. A iiiiiu got on, Tho car wus crou-ik-. o' Suanter and Paul Kovere." Life. new golf coin-hhi the southwest of arrlvod and assisted tn carrying Carl- - "ven tnat Oou neeill. by such Selduicd. tragody. to glvo tho world an Illustraevidently a foreigner, He houulit n London, writes n Pull Mull (luzrtte son to a hospital. tion of his auger against sin. Ot That Ancient Feeling. qiinrti-r'worth of llcki ln lelKhtl, The reader, wiik having u particularly try course, Christ's death Is the supreme 8panked; Commits Suicide. First Freshman (at football game) conductor took one of I linn mid hand lug experience on a hole laid iictomm WORLDLY WISDOM 111. Springfield, manifestation of God's love, and It does Docause hn I've yelled bo hard, I feel like the oil lilm the other ouch. When the a well iiieiiiiliu; but exiiKpernlliig plowbeen spanked. Garland Shepherd, fit-- 8U0W ,1,B n"Ker towards sin, but it goes Centaurs. ' conductor cuine iiniiuiil for fares again ed Held. When he did not iiiIhs tin. Even orooked men may cast straight Second Child How's that? icon, comimueu suicide at his home la ,ufll"'r ulu u nas a relation to tho inn n gave lilm another. After n ball lie hit the ground behind it. Ills Vernon. votes. K. F. Half horse. Yale Record. ine sin or man. Christ In bis death little another cull mid unci! her ticket cuddle, summing up the poltluii with paid the wages of sin; tho atonement But It Isn't every high Cyer who until they were ull gone. "I'y settles tho question of sin's guilt and his cold, profesHluiinl eye, Kimigely reWorth $25,000,000; Unknown. Have You Noticed It? New York. Charles E. ADDlshv la rodumptlon; "Who, his own self, bare reaches the top. wild the man, "I puy tin more marked to Ills eiinipiiiiliiu; "My word! Patience These slit skirts make tickets! I vnlk!" And lie got on mid It wouldn't cost him much If ho was dead. He was unknown to New York- our sins In his own body on the tree, me laugh. Llmburger, by any other name, ers, but owned 125,000.000 In Mnht. that we, being dead to sins, should pliijiu' with new laid ejjn!" Patrice Yes, I notice tbey malu a wulUol. Jinlt'e, llvo unto rlghteousnoss; would bo jatt m noisy. tan realty. by whose lot of woman split their side. stripes ye are healed," "Oh, I havo Just been watching a "Hullo, .Tim. how tire you? I liave-n- 'l HUGE TRIUMPHAL ARCH AT THE WORLD'S GREATEST Boon in couplo of young lovers." simmi you for an npe. ' "Well, you were In love once." lln I'liilippiiii's'.' Conic in nml linvc SITIOjN A WONDERFUL SIGHT. "That's what I was thinking of, and ;i ilrink itnil Ii'll mo nhotit it." then I married you." j "I'll tlo belter limit llial, Tom, if "Gee! and I married you! Let's both you'll come ami have supper with be sad." EXPcT ings and doctrines offered In her, fur there alwa)s tmto been, and alunys will bo, men who ure desirous to utter any new fancy that seltes them, or to dispute any nccepled doctrine of faith which (hey themselves arn not willing to nccept There Is need of caution, therefore, against a too readyaccepl-micof any prophet or )eacher Sin' ifrltj In a teacher Is not sufficient; earnestness and fervor are no guarantee of the truth of tho message delivered, perspiration Is not Inspiration, and It Is not a sufficient ground of nc repiancn of a man to si in ply say. "H believes what he preuches," Fortunately, It Is xsitible for tlm rue Christian to make such discernment Paul, In 1 Cur IS, and John. In his first epistle, second chapter, clearly state this fact It may bn true ttiat aoini) Christians have the gift of the discernment of spirits In a special May; It Is nevertheless true that all Christians may be able to discern the (aire from the (rue "Coma Out of That, You Spalpean Not only such a test osslbli, but drown he didn't know, but the water) . careful study of the Li to charac-terltthe last days. Jesus, Paul, Pfter ii ml John constantly tench The this truth Importniirn of this warning Is enhanced when we consider that tho Issue at stake Is the soul of man The rhurch Is obligation tinder to test tho teach trine Is o ,1 TV" "Jb A i c - t lle-ab- ll I t. e Influ-ultlo- e hi "" lilm-uiel,- Mar.cliJKUQJI, TIIR CITIZEN. "INVENTORY Pogo Throe MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank S. Montgomery, Instructor Husbandry, and Special Investigator. PRUNING FRUIT TREES f in Animal till over llirco Inches in diameter If possible, as It lakes considerable linvo you pruned mil your orchard lime for such a cut lo heal over proyd? The- lalo spring Is no doubl perly. Where n largo limb has been helpful lo fruit by holding back removed tho cut surface should bo growth until danger from frost Is coaled wllli n heavy pa'tit lo protect past. It nlRO enables farmers to do Ken- pruning much later and thcro should tucky passed this jjprlng. not bo an orchard in Eastern While lead and oil aro very by without pruning good for this purpose, II should he Hie nim of tho primer In The Citizen of February 10 and 10 head (ho old trees back. Trim (or 2fl I had rnnolso instructions up. In cutting and Ihem down instead of pruning nil kinds of fruit trees back largo limbs especially llio ones grapo vinos. Turn back to thoso pa- Hint go up from tho center always pers, rut out tlioso Instructions and cut Ihem back to Just above a good Inpreserve thcin; and for further strong branch growing outward, nnd spiration ivad the following sent out I he rut should be sloping so il will by tho Kentucky experiment Sta- not hold water nnd rot. Where tion: there is a considerable wood growth "One of Hie greatest problems 11 ix not best lo lake out all of tho Kentucky fruit growers wood the at once because thcro will bo Kverywhero today la pruning. a very heavy growth of waler-prou- ls throughout tho Slate am to bo found tho following summer. Try orchards that Jiavi! been neglected lo avoid such danger. for years. Tho trees are oflcn loo A very convenient tool for pruning crowded, which forces llio topmost is a saw similar lo the ordinary branches to reach up for sunlight, meat saw. Tho blade is attached to thus producing a tall, uneven tree a swivel. so that it may ho turned at with a dense heavy top. The lower any angle, thus allowing tho operabranches nro either dead or covered tor lo make (ho moro difficult cuts with numerous cankers because tho in the end dies. A long nnd a short nir and sunlight cannot get in to aid handled pair of shears are handy. in keeping tho limits in n healthy Avoid the use of tho axe. It often condition. Dead wood Is abundant, takes nature ten years to repair the especially in the center of the tree. damage done in ten minutos with "An orchard simillar lo the above this crude instrument. cannot bo a profitable- one. Fruit The best time for pruning is in borne on trees of this kind will ho lale winler juel before tho sap starts small and Inferior and will ho pro- lo How. However, any time during duced only at the sides and tho top I he months of February or March of tho trees. All of the bearing wood will do. If the trees are pruned will bo on the outside of tho treo and In the early winter months none on the inside. It Is safo to say I hero is somo danger from winter of tho tree Is killing that only later on. Try lo get tho work producing fruit. Tho other three do not wait until the exsimply allowing tho done and ipiarters are act lime arrived." bearing part lo pay for the keeping of the tree. NOTES "In pruning an old tree that lias been neglected for soino time, tho ?Iiring is coming on with a rush llrst thing to do Is to remove nil of when it begins this year so get the dead branches. Next look for your ground ready for oals as soon diseased branches and gel rid of ,ns possible and sow them according If the diseased limb be a valthem. uable one. the affected pari may be lo instructions in the Citizen of Mar. 12. cut out and tho wound treated with you Hurt oals will undoubtedly pay best. good disinfectant. of Hicliloriilo n Your horses and mules arc going mercury may be used in disinfecting lo havo hard work this spring. Presuch areas. "Trim out branches that have a pare them for il by feeding them oals tendency to rub each other or that along with corn, about half and half grow back into llio center of tho treo of each. There is little difference across another limb. Cankers aro in tho price of them pound for often found whera branches rub and pound. You will do well to mix I he removal of such limbs will aid in iirnu with Ihc oats, two lbs. oals to keeping cankers under control. Par- one of bran. Take lime as soon as tho ground allel branches are nlso objectionable localise they havo a tendency lo look is ready, to plow tho garden good together, thus excluding the air and and deep for that good wife of yours. You should never gel too busy lo sunlight from tho under branch. Usually one good branch is better than haul out every forkful of manuro two growing close together and in around tho place and turn it into pruning one should attempt to cut this year's crop instead of letting it away tho weaker branch. leach away and bo lost. "Watorsprouts aro very objectionIf you have not already done so, able in a tree becauso they consume provide yourself with ono or more large quantities of plant food. Thoy of the following implements this should'always bo removed unless il season: Disk harrow, steel frame is desirable to leave one to 1111 in an adjustable tooth smoothing harrow, open area on tho tree. Watcrsprouts live shovel cultivator, grain drill very seldom produce fruit until they with fertilizer attachment. aro six or eight years old. To inHead in Ibis paper how to gel duce fruitfiiluess they should bo cut ground limestone at $1.00 per ton back every year. If II becomes nec- delherod at Herea. essary to cut hack any of llio main Count on putting 250 pounds of limbs, always use a saw. Great care acid phosphate per acre on your should bo taken to make tho cut par- i;ils, eorn and cowpeas. You will allel to tho main limb and avoid pel more than twice your money leaving a stub. Avoid removing any back. con-fronlly one-ipiart- cr il from los of molsliiro and lo aid in keeping fungous tllscnscs In enn-Iro- l. Cler Cat. It Witt a nmrky ilny, ami the old kpii captain were talking of u schooner which biut beeu Htruck by lletitnlnt; a few days before aud adding their eon trlbutlona (o nautical fiction, thinly "How about the disguised a fact. Emma H.. Captain CM?" asked the privileged listener at Inst "Wasn't be struck oncel" "She whs nir," and Captain Kit fixed bis gaze on n crack In ttio celling of the old wlinrf olllce. "Shu was off the npe honie'nrd bound, she was." "I'd like to hear tho particulars." s aid tho youiiK man, and all the moved In their seats nnd fixed their eyes on the ernck which held the gnzo of Captain I'M. "TUn't much to tell, only wlmi A rap-tain- f I might Implicit (o any vessel under alia liar clrviiiustaiiccM," kdUI Captain Kll. "A bolt struck the deck amidships nud bore n hole right down through the bottom of the vehoouer big nn a tnau's leg. The water come rushing In. and of course the Knnnn S. would have foundered If a second Ml hadn't come and si nn k toy forto'galla'mast, cut It off near Hie top, turned It end for end nud itrn.' It right Into the hole, plug glug It ill' mill making It water tight "Twin, ti clear case of what folks call the ravngeu and repairs of nature." said Captain Kll as he removed his gaze f n ui the crack and let It rest thoughtliilly on the Ingenuous fnco of the mill hiudsuiau In the company -Youth's Coiuniuton. Woman's Way. She says you aro less attentive than you used to be. Youngttodd-H- ut I'm eugrocd hi I am Just getting a footbusiness. hold. W, F. Yes, ami Hhe believes that you think more of your Ininlne than you do of her Y Iwn't that Just tho way! The moment Fortune Iick'iis to lllit with n nun his wife gels Jealous. Iloston Woman unhappy. Friend -- Jack, your wife Is ir til nNir &R0P down tho thr jat ot a "irapey cMcken ilcntroyt the wenm out .ivo li-- c ill ' ' life, A fw itropt hi l!w lrlnMin; wati-- t Transcript CURES and PREVENTS GAPES Wills C rnr.p, cholera Ontrklr relltvaa ltlivnmtttan. Sorft Mm. nrurmjot. Jiackarli. iirauacue na 1 palm, i our tutmrr tack It U f Ua ti aur ache lu aar tart uf trta boar OJU'tn luiDutra Urn. J'rlra DIM .11 .111 IlrugO'"'-)r- a tuavU BOURBON One OOc liottlc of Bourbon Poultry GuVe Mates IIS Gullous ot Medicine. tal Kverv p"'iltrv 'r ttonv' l- r a Imt'lo ot IhU in dlctua I t I i.ul W . I r lr,-- k.nnpie aud lloolM on"I)ut'ke f l l'uv,U," AUJren. cumi rcmcot comir, teiinjion, . rl 342 Eitt Main St., clnaltr Mat Q ,imi. REMEDY COMPANY, Ltilngton. Kf. HOME SCHOOL ROOM MUST Professor F. 0. Clark Next Wednesday is April 1st, the best lime of tho year for llio farmECONOMICS FOR CHILD OF TODAY er lo tako his Inventory. Is Tho reason for tho Inventory that we may know whal wo have made or lost in our farm operations, When Hearthstone Ceased to be Center of Industry, Young nnd where- this prolll or loss oc(tiy K. O, fiKLI.EHS. Director of Evening People Lost Opportunity to Acquire Broad View andTrain-in- g curs. Farming Is now a business, Department, The Moody Dlble Inatltut, Chlcaso.) Which Formerly Entered Into Their Education man will Innnd Hie wise business crease his energies along the lino of profits and decrease them along the' LESSON FOR MARCH 29 (Wary E. Sweeny, Head ot Department of Home Economics, College ot lino of losses. ( Agriculture, Kentucky State University.) Tho important thing about this JE8US THE OR EAT TEACHER. inventory is to havo If really repre(Review.) sent tho present nclual values. One met hod used in largo busiHEAD1NO I.nSSON-Ma- tt. ness concerns Is lo carry everything OOI.DEN TEXT "He hath showed thee, O man, what la Kood; nnd what nl lis cost but tho farmer should not doth the Lord require ot thee, but to do do this. For example: a calf thai Jurtly, and to love, mercy, and to walk .&, was world $10 a year ago, ought lo humbly with thy Jod."-MlIsworth 610 today and tho feed There Is no chronological order to that the animal has eaten during tho lessons for the past quarter, year is represented by tho $30 the though they have all been selected increase in value of tho calf. Again from the period ot the Perean ministry a work horse ought to do llfteen ot our Liord. The thought of the Gold; ears' work and this means that it en Text, rather than the reading lesil worth $10 less each year it is son, will serve to give us a connected kept. A disk harrow for which you review. The lessons have chiefly concerned paid $2i ought to lasl al lcasl six Jesus as tho great Teacher, thus we years and this means that il will notice the Inclusive note of the first t less each year. lie worth clause of the Golden Text, "Ho hath The following Is an average inshowed thee, O man, what is good." ventory: As an exposition of that note we have April 1st, 1914 Resources presented God's plan ot action, out8 111.20 Cash in Hank ward, "to do Justly, aid to love mercy," 1.80 Cash in Pocket and inwardly "to walk humbly with '.HI A. land & $10 (bldg. incl.) 3000.00 thy God." With this thought In mind let us divide lessons ot tho quarters 320.00 8 Cows fT? 3t0 Into two sections: (1) The first seven 110.00 Work Mule, Jake (ago 12) lessons which have to do with man's I Work Mule, Henry (age 0) 170.00 Sewing Department Homa Economics, Kentucky 6tate University, College relation to tho kingdom In Its outward ICO.O0 I Driving Mare (age 8).... of Agriculture. manifestation, and (2) the remaining I set work harness 20.00 (old).. that have to do with "walking sintuttpB .hnw that ntntv.flrn ant Tho education of an Individual In 11.00 I set driving harness (good) elementary and secondary schools of .every hundred persons attending humbly with thy God." 1 5.00 tho I saddle outfit (good) At Children, In the university come through the' schools of Kentucky are, for one I disk harrow (new) 21.00 and I. The first section. In order to three channels, written and spoken reason or another, unable to complete 8.00 I plow (old) thought before us. language, experience and communica- a higher course than that of the rural keep this COO I A harrow ( 2 years old) therefore, It wo must observe carefully the several methods of educa- school or tion. Present-da1.00 tion emphasize the fact that the ulti- Is necessary that during the years golden texts. In the first lesson we I cultiv. (2 yrs. old) before UB the manner 10.00 mate purpose of education Is character spent in school he be trained in the , ba I wagon (1 yrs. old) we I 23.00 building. entef lnt0 thu of all useful knowledge, i buggy (old) .... In the development ot a We must enter as chll-b- o 20.00 pupil, whether In the city or rural that ho be prepared for life, that he1 kingdom. l sow with 8 pigs given the proper aspect toward the dren and the 0,denl.Tetxt' L kew !e' 1 young sow 10.00 fcliools, there Is a certain skill, Judgruner' bf B"Wect ,u,nt given things which as a citizen he will be 80.00 ment and Initiative that can be 20 bids, corn Si - eldel 00.00 only by the experience that comes In called upon to do. For the ninety- proud' but giveth grace to the hum I Ions hay $15 seven who the doing ot things with the hands. humility ot chll- T. leave school this deperlod of training can not be deferred. Pie." Illustrates the ot our In that rlght neceMlty of M( Tidal Hcsoureos ....3 1791.00 velopment period the home national was a workwhen Training for relationship to them. The second les-Ashop as well as a dwelling, the shoes, Liabilities available data goes to prove that son deals with the possibility of co-tthe clothing, the preserved foods, the To II. S. Johnson, Mortgage majority of the women of the state- operation with him In service, as soap, the can- will sooner 1,000.00 smoked meats, the lard, or later be the directing when the 70 went before hla face. on Farm dles and furniture were all made agentB In their own homes. The only Great privileges, however, when .Vole at Citizens' National there. The child was educated In the Institution which does and can offer abused, bring condemnation and 100.00 Hank From the moschool ot experience. definite training for the radatlon. "It Is not you that speak, 14.00 Duo II. S. Harrelt, labor ... ment they began to crawl on the floor problems of the home, based on but the Spirit ot your Father that 1.00 among their mother's loom and spinDue J. S. Todd, brksmith'g speaketh In you." The third lesso- nscience, Is the school. Due Herea Printing. Co. letning wheel they entered the Industrial Why should women be trained for "The Good Samaritan" la another 2.00 world and from that time they at, ter heads Because the health preBslon of the outward walk of life, played rind slept In a trade school and records show that a large percentage f loving mercy. True love never 1120.00 had a dally lesson In the world's work. of deathB among babies is preventable, aska wbo 11 m7' but rather who It Total Liabilities man,,e,Jt-an- d Home Training Lost If the mothers are taught that dirty , can. serve- - u 9 3371.00 ?" In sacrifice and Injervic- e- Thou Net Capital sour milk is dangerous; because of power-driveBy the Invention lby neighbor aa thyself. machinery, and the shifting of the In- evidences from manv sources bear un-- rihalt Io f Mrv,C0 "tUally nrt Th8 dustry ot the home to the factory and ml,t.lrhl nrnnf tht monfnl ot his to Lord MANY BENEFITS OF manufacturing moral deficiencies are closely related dered is oursubject In the days diversifying these ot the fourth les flesh processes Into an Innumerable number to prpper feeding and physical well-- ' son. Allthe other Interests and ties must SUGAR BEET CROP ot business enterprises, the child has being; because many of our most prev-be secondary to our allegiance and exchanged a simple and near indus- alent diseases have their Inducing world In the home for a compli causes In the kind and quantity of food brethren, on(J f th d, Little Enriched Interstices Fur- trial and distant one, estranged from on the family tab e. Women raut de cated thege ,eagt dld ,t unto me. the home. When the home ceased to ermine and select the food of the fam- Tne flmj ,eggm concern8 prayer. The nish Excellent Places for be a center of Industry the child lost lly, care for its health and develop the ' parab,e of the unfrlemny neighbor and Roots to Follow. bis .opportunity to acquire that won- social and moral powers of those com - . the effect f prayer to bring about Just derfully broad view of the organiza- posing their family group, it, therefore, reiati0ns Is revealed in the Golden The sugar beet la an excellent fea- tion of the industries which the home is necessary, in order mat sne perioral Text which is the heart of that lesture In a general farming scheme and had formerly given, also the training all the duties which come to her effi son. "Ask, and It shall be given you; Improves the soli. The explanation of of the eye and the hand for direct and ciently and Intelligently, that she be seek, and ye shall find; knock, and It the soil enrichment la, that when the usaful action. trained concisely to solve the problem shall he opened unto you." The Blxth other crops follow beets, the roots InTh only Institution which can make ot maintaining a home with a min- lesson still continues to treat this outstead of going down only to the depth ;ool '.his loss to the Individual Is the imum of labor and a maximum oi in- ward aspect and reveals to us the ot the plow, about six Inches, And chofli sults. fact that great as Satan Is, our Lord tho little enriched Interstices left by Jesus haB tar greater power. decayed minute beet roots, and the Must Walk Humbly. following them on down they draw We now MILLIONS SAVING IN PROPER CARE OF MARKET EGGS II. The second section. nutriment from 12 to 14 Inches ot soil come to a group of lessons that seem Instead ot six Inches In other wonlB, The, farmer I. oft nnt oniv Mr. ' emphasize the second part ot God s Did you know that the estimated tho culture of beets doubles the soil requirements, aa expressed In the depth, without necessitating any larger value of the eggs laid In the United less as to where, when and how often Text he gathers his eggs, but also as tc Goldenhumbly for today, viz., "and to acreage. States is six hundred million dollars, where he keeps them and how long walk Inward, with thy God." This many Instances the Increased and that forty-fivIn million ot this Is personal, relation with is the productivity hag been definitely proven wasted on account ot bad conditions he holds them. country merchant Is In many God, as against our outward, rightThe to range from 35 to 50 per cent. flocks, In storage rooms and instances to blame for the bad condi- eous relations with men. These reFarmers In 16 different states are in the mnrketlng facilities? Then knowing tion In which eggs reach the consumer. maining lessons deal with the abiding now realizing handsomely on sugar principles ot disclpleshlp which. beet crops, as, owing to the abnormal thla, isn't it high time we looked into In many cases he receives the eggs Jesus gave to his followers. The drought In all the sugar beet raising the cause of this waste? Our whole while In good condition, packs them In eighth lesson reveals the principle ot Europe (except Ituagla), system of marketing eggs must be rev- cases and stores them under Improper a true confession of Christ to be that countries of and tho consequent shortage of olutionized If eggs are to reach the conditions until a convenient time for nf lha fftlth toMH mnlren fnnr Imnnn. Thla condition should not glbIe We aro to fear 0od alone In pounds In the supply ot sugar, consumer In the condition they should. shipping. there Is a demand that will tax our The trouble begins with the main pro- be permitted to exist. Of course, In the ninth lesson we see that the true domestic acreage. ducer, the farmer. In the first place, summer the average egg .is naturally fulfillment ot life Is that ot having Almost all of the beet sugar com- ho Is extremely careless about the con- ot a poorer quality than In spring and tho heart set upon the true treasure, panies have been In the habit of esti- dition of his hens. To lay a perfectly winter, but they would reach the con- which Is spiritual, rather than upon mating their profits on a cent rate good egg the hen must be tn the pink sumer In a much better condition than tho false treasure which Is material, for sugar. On account of the serious of condition. Then she must be prop- they are now doing if there were tor, "Where your treasure Is, there promptness and European shortage 'and the quick ad- erly housed and fed. in hand- will bo your heart also." In lesson vance In demand, many of them have ten we have set before us the prinThe eggs from hens that are allowed ling. obtained over six cents for their sugar to feed on filth from the pig pen or As short, general rules to follow ciple of faithful service which la that and some ot them as high as 6V4 manuro pile are no better than milk with regard to producing eggs for mar- ot watchfulness for the returning cents, which glvos them an unexpect- from slop-feKing, and which expresses Itself In percows. The milk from ket, let us say: ed additional revenue ot over 40 per garbage-fepetual service In hla interest and on 1st. Have birds In perfect health. There cows Is unlawful. cent. 2nd. Have yards, houses and nests behalf of his household. "Blessed Is a reason why such food Is no better are those servants whom the Lord, clean. for laying hens than for dairy cowb. Rye for Pigs. 3rd. Feed a balanced ration, mean- when bo cometb, shall find watching." Most people who buy eggs for conIt may not bo generally known, but sumption have only one test as to ing n food prepared to meet the re- The principle of the religion of Christ ground rye forma a very good substiIs that ot compassion (lesson 11), goodaess and quality, and that Is quirements ot tho laying hen. tute for corn. Pigs do not seem to freshness. Dut already with better 4th. Dispose ot male birds after the and the true sanction of tho Sabbath relish It as much nor Is It considered knowledge a change from this stand- breeding season. is fulfilled in such service as makes quite as good, pound for pound, but 5th. Gather the eggs every day. the Sabbath possible to those who are coming about and a discrimard Is for general fattening purposes It can inating publto is demanding other When you find a nest don't market the In need. on It is, therefore, lawful to tako the placo ot corn to good adthe Sabbath. eggs It in any doubt about their fresh- - do good vantage. It used tn the following ra- things beside freshness in their tame . ness. Loason 12 deals with the vital issue ggs. There are eggs laid dally that are tion it makes an excellent feed: Eight 6th. Combine all broody hens or of this second section, viz., that It Is parts of corn, three parts of ground not fit for human consumption even) Keep tnem separate irom tne layers. ot tar more Importance that we be In when new laid. We would not belittle rye and one part of tankage. 7th. Market weekly and In the hot tho kingdom than any other Issue. We eggs. It U of great Imfreshness In must put forth strenuous efforts that portance, but only one of the prime re- summer mouths twice each week, Shelter for Colt. 8th. Keep the eggs In a dry, cool wo may enter the narrow door. Tho Let tho colt havo shelter from quisites of good eggs. kingdom ot God Is doing the will of One ot the reasons that eggs reach place. storm, but let him have access to pascalling him Lord! 9th. Use egg cases or the small God, rather than the consumer with a taint to them Is, ture alto. Lord I "Not everyone that nalth unto that the fillers of many egg cases are paper cartoons holding one or two me, Ixird, Lord, shall enter Into the Handicapped. Storing egg dozen. This aids materially In mak- kingdom soiled and ot heaven." "DnrliHluiiiiIrt are ha til t inNe." cases In a' cellar or other damp, musty ing your product attractive. Thus as we hastily look over these "Why nor D. D. Sl.ADE, It would place Is also an abomination. iesBons from these two viewpoints, "I Hcure It thU way. ir one get be Just as sanitary to pack butter la Superintendent Poultry Department, we are led to conclude with the first sick lie's liable to die he fore you ran dirty or Kentucky Agricultural Experiment tubs as to pack declaration of the Golden Text for get the medicine from IiIh mouth to hlx eggs In Station. cases. the day. stoiunoh."-lA)iilsvl- lhj Courier-Journa- TIME" SUPPLY lNItBMIONAL SUNMfSCllOOL Lesson 7:21-1- cah - 1 "e two-fol- d ls ' ; Home-Makin- n 1 1 ' . e 3,000,-000,0- ii g l. Pago Four. TIIE CITIZEN, Union Church News COLLEGE ITEMS Dr. Thomson wns welroined lo his S olil pulpit liy nn audience t lint packMr. Win. Ponder of Oadson, Ala., a ed ho Parish House (o tho limit on of Berea, was in Bo-eSunday t tin loth. Ills sermon wns former student Saturday of last week. Mr. Pongreat Interest. The o received Willi der is contractor at that place. o l.'nioii Church Is nlways glad lo Mr. Chas. Anderson of tho college him. o department visited homo folks near Ml. Vernon last Saturday and Sun- March 20, 1UM. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA s A I We Still Have Many Bargains to offer in ra AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES wol-I'oi- no Special collection was taken last day. The biggest sale ever mi Vulcan Stindii) for Lincoln Institute, which Mr. Dudley Curry returned to Bo-i(ad) has lieeu placed on the list of stated Plows now at Welch's. the llrst of the week and entered Mr. iiml Mrs. Hist Davis of Liv liiMiellciaries liy onlcr of the church. the Academy Department. ingston an- vi.4ilhm.Mrs. Davis' par Deep interest, is taken hy tho church Mr. Lelauil Pearson, who was callcuts. Mr. ami Mrs. Adier of near j t the good work Hint Is being done. ed lo his home in Ohio, recently reCITY PHOKK IBS Herea for sonii' I hue at Lincoln liHIttilc for the colored turned to school. Office over Berea Bank A Trust Co Mis Hoi I if Azbill anil .Mrs. F. M. students. Mr. OsCnr Ilobinson of Clny County 'i Morgan were visiting in mclimonii came to Berea Sunday and will enter BRECK & EVANS ono day Inxl week. The Christian F.ndenvor conferred the Normal Department. j(!l!4 (ira,.,. j,,.,. Cornelius was In the degree of Christian Endeavor Nearly all of the Fire Insurance Pres. Frost left Saturday of last Companies have withdrawn from f liurititiiit i tin Mist of the week, Kxperl last Sunday night on those week for N. Y. City whero ho will Eva the state, but Breck who had passed the requisite lest. spend sonic days on business Look out for the nave some (mil The Parish House was tilled as is vuih..h.o oiruus Kind of In-- uaJ al eicn8. Mrs. Morion, wife of former Sec,u Ant, ill i ! mmm.j ... IIIUl Will I'.ndeavorcrs. retary Morion and teacher in the Mr. I'd. MrCurroy, ngeiil and oper- - usual with enthusiastic surance you want. was in Be Foundation Schools, left Monday for aim- - at Winchester, On Sunday the I5lh Margaret Ann, Madison, Wis, where Mr. Morton is rea .Monday 01 ims week L. & N. TIME TABLE connected with the Stato University. .Mr. Ira liolliday or Winchester, the sweet liltle daughter of ProfesNorth Bound, Local spent a few days ill Berea the first of sor and Mrs Llvcngood, was presentMr. Maxwell Slansell, who has 7:00 a. m 10:55 p. m. the week. Knoxville ed for baptism in the morning ser- , been routined at the College hos-- i p. m. 3:62 a. m. 1:07 v BEREA The Vulcan plows and all repairs vice, pilal for several weeks, is nble to 7:45 a. m. C:30 p. m. Cincinnati (ad) at Welch's. lie out again. South Bound, A full house last Sunday listened i Mrs. I'. H. Bowers spent a few days Mimin 'I'liprim n nil Arthur I It'll i 18:15 p. m. recently m. C:30 a. Cincinnati , In the sermon by the pastor on the i in Wheeling. W. Va. for j,eir ll0lll(, al m. 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. BEREA Mr. Bean Allen of Itichmniid was a subject of Peace anil Ar tratloii. A.,monU N . (:. They expect lo re- 5:50 a. m. 7:00 p. m. Knoxville business visitor in town lal Satur- lie caueii uie aui'iuiim iu ins uiiui- -i Express Train day. No. 33 will stop to take on passenYou know you always get your gers for Knoxville and points beyond. hat cheaper at Mrs. Laura Jones'. South Bound Walk that little old fourth of a mile 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati miiI save two or three dollars to ' 11:55 a. ni. BEREA (ad) put on your Spring suit. No. 32 will stop at Berea to take Mis Lucy Hayes or Big Hill vis-- ( on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and iled relatives in town the first of points beyond. the week. North Bound .Mr. and Mrs. T. .1. Lynn of near 4:45 p. m. BEREA Cincinnati left Monday for their 8:50 p. m. Cincinnati home after visiting for n short while; witli relatives in Berea. Seed potatoes at Welch's only $1.00 FISH'S (ad) per bushel. i nouiuv their Spring anil Summer Mr. A. .1. Smith, who has been opening, Friday and Saturday, April BEST NORTHERN CC-WHI- TE traveling out of Knoxville, has gone 3 and 1, I'Jli. to Louisville to accept a position We earnestly invite you to attend. with the Hurley Tobacco Company (ad) at Louisville, Ky. Mr. Smith had Miss Marie Barker, who is the company previously represented this Dean of Women at Lincoln Instifor six years. to Shelbyvillo Tuestute, your hat before day returned Provide now for after several days stay for rest the Raster rush at Fish's Millinery land recuperation in Berea. (ad) Store. Mrs. C. C. Preston was visiting at ,.., f ,e wo,.k wil)l relatives Miss Katlierino liiomas oi Ivy., who was visiting for some days jl( jj,.,,,!!,,..,, jv. with the Misses Griffiths on Boone, noII01l rclllnie( Mreel.was caueii noine iuonuay on )m, r(.ct,nlv afk,r i,avin,. IPon account of the illness of her grand away several days visiting friends mother. and relatives iu Million, Valley Get the best buggy in the world View. Nieholasville and Richmond. (ad) at Welch's. Mr. Joe Coyle of Cincinnati atMiss Ruby Smith left last Friday tended the funeral services of his fur Lancaster, where she will visit father at Berea one day last week. witli her sister, .Mrs. Chester Lewis, I keep a splendid city trimmer for two weeks. who lias worked in the wholesale Mr. Noel Mitchell was in Berea a house in Cincinnati since she was ence to three points: The extrava- - turn to Berea at the opening of tho few days last week. j IL years old. She has been thor- gant expenditures for war in timo of fall term. Mr. Sam Parks Burnain of Rich- oughly trained in the business and peace; Mr. Crampton B. Lott or Xenia, O., the menace of a military class mond spent last Saturday afternoon I guarantee satisfaction with every to democracy; the antagonism be- - returned to Berea and entered school i iu Berea. Mrs. Laura Jones. tween military ism and the spirit of Tuesday of this week. order. Mr. Cleve Woolf was out or town (ad) Christ; in conclusion ho pointed to ,)(. yyillard i,.,, of Simmons, or the week on business. the llrst Dr. Smith of Williamsburg was in the one hundred years of peace be- - .... .. f........... shi,,.iit of Berea. Miss Jessie Smith, teacher at Beren on a professional call last y, tween militarism and the spirit of t(uA to friends and Livingston, spent (he week end al 'and the disarmament of the naval m,l(M tli fouli the columns of Tho homo on Center Street. Miss Mollie Creech, of Loudon,' ve.wls on tho lakes as evidence of Dr. Lake is pleasantly sit-K- y, ,!il.'(i in Siminnns where, ho. enlovs Two carloads of Buggies Just unis this week opening up a" pic- -j what cituhl be done in this line. (ad) lure gallery in the second lloor ofj loaded at Welch's. .. ...,,!,... u.. l be Kind to Mr. J. W. Dooley, traveling sales- Mr. J. B, Richardson's property on BUILDING CONTRACT TO BE LET hear from friends. man out of Cincinnati, spent the lat- Main St. Aii interesting address was gveu Mr. J. B. Richardson and Jim Coyle ter part or last week with bis parThe Board of Trustees of the Be- - , v,H,.sday morning by l:iI,t. who recently bought Holliflay's Gro- rea Graded School are now ready M. ents iu Berea. representative of the I. My specialty this year is price. cery Store, are putting in a big slock to submit plans and specillcations ,, i ., f ir,j,jti0. in , They will !for flie Graded School UuiIUing to iiI.(1f,.l. 'Tho best hat for your money' is ot tho best groceries. ii:.im. iwiid him the tri- Mrs. Laura Jones. appreciate your patronage. mv motto. c.uitractors and receive bids on hute of being able to say what he (nd) Dr. B. F. Robin-o- n and wile Those interested should wauled lo say ami slop on the dot. Mr. Beldon, telegraph operator at iu Berea Monday from the ply ror plans to the Secretary of the Hie L. and N. depot, visited homo-fol- Philippine Islands. They will live! Board. All bids are to bo handed College vs. Normal at Snider ono day last week. in the house on Chestnut Street to the Secretary on or before 12 College maintained its 1,000 Messrs. Chas. Dunn and Leslie formerly occupied by Mrs. Porter. o'clock, noon, on the Uh of April,' The Whites Station were visiting Dr. Robinson expects to establish and each bid for the general con- per cent in the llrst game of the fiNormal friends iu IWea Saturday. an ollice iu Boron for the practice tract shall be accompanied hy a nal series played with tho Collego Tho sum of 1W) Monday afternoon. profession. certified check in the Vulcan plow points 3Tc now at of his completely outclassed Iho Noras a guarantee of good faith of tho team (ad) Welch's. of the at FOR SALE contractor in case his bid is nc- - mal men, the score to tbu end Mr. W. N. Hughes, after nn extend5 iu their fa- llrst half being 22 A very line, subject to register, ed business trip through the mounvor. For Iho llrst ten minutes of tho i n n... 1 IIU I1IIIMU ..wi..., ,viii ni. Milium n,.,.,i , .ii, ... tains, returned to Beren Sunday Dunn: Jersey boar shoto for breedCollege made no at ing piirpoe. Phono 120-- 3. mi, hold its llrst meeting ror con- second half tho afternoon. tempt to score but after that ran fail Simon Muncy, Berea. sidering the employment ot teachers .Mr. J. B. Hichardson made a busi.... imil I'tlli imill ill mif'tinna U'InIi- - their llmil score un to 35. Tho Nor- , w,, ness trip to Richmond tho first of the H GET YOUR WASHING DONE '""'" was: Douglas ing consideration aro requested to "; week. Uue-u- p Many leipiesls have wo had to do tile applications on or before that llvf Mr. J. M. Karly was confined to bis rorwar.ls; Balsou, cont-(),family washing for the people of date s itl. the Secretary of the and I bed four days last week. or; Hughes and Parker, guards. Berea and vicinity; just so mauyi Mr. S. C. Caldwell or Hazard, Ky., Hughes made 10 points for tho Col- owing to the in-- 1 g I jres was a business visitor iu Berea the have been refused udeipiacy or the laundry oipiip- -, fad Clias. D. Lewis, Sec. llrst of the week. was; Mills and Tlio Normal line-u- p Now sincu wo havo our " Mr. S. L. Mitchell spent a few days men!. .Hurley, forwards; Parker, center; wo aro in, splendid new equipment, iu I own last week. NOTICE Harrison and Martin, relloved by every way prepared and ready lo do California Privet Hedge, 1 year vnSon. guards. Parker mado all Get those whlppoorwill Cow peas family washings. It would bo well cents; grapes, 5 cents i,,,. tw of t10 vonai scores. Mart- (ad) fur those interested to write or call old at 2 at Welch's. 100; apple trees al 35 in ma,0 t10 0u,ur jmsket, and pel roll particulars Cauflcld. or $3.00 per . (ad.) cents apiece; also a Tew ornamental ,.,, i n.r..!. iH.mv shrubs, cactus and house plants to, Hit MULtn HAHBtH LUliLbUfa H) SOlll. UI'UCI'S lilKCU lor loma- - The closest gamo of tho season ir :r.'.'t K. ilh Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio' toes, strawberries, and eahhago was played Wednesday night when Wo nan take orders to wants men to learn tho Ilarber nlants. its way Into Trade. The) oirer splendid induce- - plow gardens this spring. Our 'old tho Normal team won by a lead or threo to notify tlie final series iiienls and a short term completes.! customers nro requested points. Tho Academy played hard Tho mail free a beautiful catalogue us early, but the loss of Hembreo and BowAgain al your service, ask all our readers lo send for it. and tho team. At Garden Department. man has demoralized (ad.) aid) Iho end of tho first half tho Academy was ono point In Iho lend. At tho end of the gamo the Normal led with 0OO009O000 DENTIST DR. BEST, oooooooaoottoooo va DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND LADIES' & MEN'S FURNISHINGS J. B. RICHARDSON MAIN ST. j rriH wti.' I K, BEREA, KY. I ,,,.. 1- jfisbis announce tbeir SEED OATS Our Prices on Seed Oats OOC Sprino ant Summer Opcnino jf rlny nnC 5nturtay Hprtt 3 nut 4, 1914 flno we eatneatlv; Invite cou to attend j Cain an? Center Street, JBetca, v- - millinery April 3-4. (ftp rut tut 1914 fflru. Caitra 3(mtr Vljuur 1U Vrrra. Ku. and Gray, guards. Botkius and Coyle were the exceptional players. This game makes tho Normal team rivals with tho Collego for tho school championship. It is tho llrst limu tho Normal has over played in the Dual scries. j men's Christian Associations met iu joint session Sunday night to listen to addresses by Mr. D. D. Allejnudro, a Filipino, and Mr. E. V. Lamb, of Y. M. C. A. Y. W. India, who are now students at ihnore College. Tho numlxir prcs-- 1 fill was so large that the meeting adjourned from upper chapel to the i. mill C. A. I auditorium. (Contlnuril on Tho Young Men's and Young Wo I'lte rive) s class-Sunda- On EasterMorn CROW? Wdl, I gUCSS. u'mraa.T.j yes and we have fiot a right to. We have without doubt the swellest hunch o Fabrics for Spring wear you ever, peeped at. and you'll feel like the when eoelc-of-lhe-wa- All-Wo- ol e. ap-riv- eil ks Bal-lard- 'or lk you take your EASTER Morn' Stroll, attired in a GLOHK "Nccdle-Mojdccr . .,:.. suit, made to your "individual measure" by the "Needle Masters" of I ml I The GLOBE Tai loring Co. All Wool Fabrics just think of it, 500 of them .from which to make your selection. Any chance of missing anything in so immense -- ! I Five hundred new Weaves and Patterns in Cincinnati -2 s .'V The Racket Store I see CLARKSTON LOR Hardware and Groceries MAIN STREET, Near Bank 20-2- 2. mid Hurley, was: Iho Normal line-u- p forwards; Parker, Mills oont-u- r; an assortment? Come in and study the 500 take your time about it and when you get ready we'll be glad to "measure you. Harrison and Martin, guards. Parker and Burluy mado most of tho scores. was: PhilTho Academy line-u- p lips, relloved by Krnborg, and Coylo, forwards; Botklns, contcr; Hunter HAYES & GOTT 'The Cah Store" Main Street Berea, Kentucky CITIZEN. VAST AMOUNT OF WORK (Continued from Pago Five. BEREA TRUSTEES WORLD NEWS. MADISON COUNTY Sennte Illll 2R8 takes Monroe coun(Continued from fire One.) ty out of the Nineteenth senatorial Silver Creek Ilcrea Collcgo one of. tho and JOSEPH C. S. BLACKBURN and Adair place It In the. Sixteenth, Tito Irttslees of Berea Rnllogo Itold Hoard of Trustees hasthe country. best cent of the gross receipts comes lo Silver Creek, March 23. There In Our I out of the Sixteenth and llteir Annual Mooting nl Commence-ineti- l, renders will be Interested In knowing lie slate tinder a law passed In 1007. was llto biggest snow Thursday that placci It In the Nineteenth. Tho Parliamentary Commission re- lias cotno this winter. Iml (liey usually hold al least Just who they are. Mr. Carl McCltiro spent Saturday one oilier meeting nl sotnn oilier COLLEGE ITEMS Perhaps the most distinctly public commends that tho slate should receive from Ihreo per cent lo forty-liv- e night and Sunday at Air. Oeorgo Anlime' during lite year. Of lain tills tnnn on the Iward Is (: ii ( l fnini I'ajre four.) per cent on Incomes ranging derson's. ineollng lias been held in Augustus K. Wlllson. Gov. Willson Is Ilnrh tiinn in clear and forceful mid-yeThere have lieen several cases of m.timiT inside n ureal appeal for iiion New York Cily Iml litis winlor il a native Kcntucklan, graduate of rroin 92.000 lo .$1,000,000. Ono hunM dred and Ihirty-thrc- o gambling ca- chicken-po- x unci women In wive Ihoir lives in was held in llerea on Wednesday and Harvard, nround hero but II lias and the man who carried sinos were licensed by llto ministry all died mil and wo havcnjl heard of nir lot? the ine.mngo of salvation to Thursday of last week. One or Iwo tho Commonwealth through tho trying last year. These establishments any new cases. Ms eoiinlrynien. In speaking f (ho trustees arrived Hie previous Sat- period of "night-riders.- " look In ?lo,noo,000 prollt during ono The Misses Ira and Magglo Andwrelelieil conditions of wonien in urday and had several days in The oldest member of the board Is season. The government is run in erson spent li'din, Mr.aJ.niiili gave those startling which lo look over lite work of llto Sunday evening with Samuel Hanson of has (sure: Then are 15,000,000 widows liH itul ion. The chief sessions known tho InstitutionDcrca, who very a large mensiiro on this tainted Miss Hosier Hazel wood. Its from money. A dishwasher has become Mr. Noel Mitchell spent Thursday tiniler lit years of age; 10,000,000 were devoled lo a review of lite beginning, and was ono of the six a proprietor of n gambling houso night willt hlsbtolher.Mr. May Mit i.ntler H years; ami 5.000,000 under 2 a .it k of Hie limllltiliou, and Hie conears ,10,000,(100 eltililivn coudoinn-- e. sideration of plans for reducing llto hundred Kcntuckinns who voted for with an income of $100,000 a year. chell. Abraham Lincoln. Hundreds of young people havo Mr. Hiram Plgg Is just about to lit shiver, according lo (tin ctis- - dehl which has lieen a handicap evI Almost as distinguished ns Gov. been bankrupled every season. compled his new barn. I 'f in of lite coiiiilry. er since I he I'resiileiil's illness in I Willson in Republican circles is Hon 1.. Slavery In E. Africa Tl...- -Mr. and Mr Joe Lewis are rei inniiMiii; mpiiii iii n CO 111011 I'.HfJ. Several new I'nmmlllee worn ill In the German Reichstag a plea is joicing over the nrrlval of a ltig boy. ntitminleil. iiiul imii-l- i lumhwwj nri. Guy War Mallon as a Democrat vim ltae boon on lite ground were Mr. John W. Johnson is very sick sitlllofeiil lo convince anyone, of llto pared for Hie Annual Meeting in t Mnllon is a native of Cincinnati, made by Ihe governor of German graduate of Ynle, trustee of the Ohio Kits! Africa for the continuation of Ibis week witlt gripp. great need of Hie, dark places of June. Mr. Marshall Vaughn, a recent !sulc University, and was the man slavery in the colony. Thoro nro al Mrs. O. K. Anderson is visiting her lite earth and of Hie responsibility "elected to meet the serious difficulties present slaves In litis colony, Iwo sisters in Winchester Hits week Joseph C. 8. Blackburn of Kentucky "fOhrM inns everywhere; and. In lite gratitude or llerea, was elected Sec-- 1 many of them captives in wars and Mrs. Sarah Daughterly and Mrs. hae been appointed to mcceed the late . words of .Mr. Allejandro, "llespon-Shelb- y relary of I hi; College. Tho work of of thc strikers and tho outers nro oeing imparled at tiio'Mnry F. Brookshirc. M. Cullom of Illinois at the sibilily ItrliiffH t'onilemnalion if it liean Marsh was divided for ncxt Cincinnati last summer, year. He will continue ns Dean oft Another distinguished lawyer is pre.senl time from Portugese East retldent commissioner In charge of is mil met." Mr. Forest Dowden spent Sunday Labor, and Registrar, nnd Prof. Wm. D. Kmbree, Assistant Prosecu- -' Arriea and British Capo. Colony. Tho with Mr. Ben Davis. ine uincoin memorial in waamngton. ' V M r. a- rniirrnriiiiF STATP isintiis 0. Clark will be Acting Dean ting Attorney of New York. Mr. Bob Witt is visiting his sister, Mr. arguments of llto governor arc very .similar lo what was heard in the Mrs. C. T. Todd. Slnlu College of the Vocational School. No ap- - Kmbree is a graduate of Rcrca statement male after the defeat of ,. I niled A ''.'l1' V'1" ,llr,'nl,,s ww Slates in Ihe years previous Mrs. Ellen Mitchell spent Wedneswas made of a Dean for lege and Yale Law School and has the mcaiuro that he would not ak fur-- f . ,V '." " College, present arrangements risen very rapidly to first rank in his lo I WW). Tin; Socialists and Cler- day evening with Mrs. Pearl Lewis. 'lay tlnlll hutulay last of tho measure, j '" oJronildiirAtlon icals in (he Reichstag criticise UoIcCreary repeated the statement W"'K l I raiisyivanla Uuiversily nl' pH'ig enlirelv salisfaclorv for. the profession, Mr. C. F. Todd was in Berea Tttes- ' ' shnrply lite tillitudo or tho govern- - dav tin business to 8pcaker Claude Terrell and tne ' Lexington, presold.. Vmt. Elmer A. I.vmnn nf Vnollnntl ', men!. Advertisements Our Heiva Asocial ion was reprc- -, Democratic house caucus chairman,, offering to, Mr. Willie Kindred spent Friday In i leclion with Hits n t. it, ii,. r Klwood Hamilton sealed by President Hill and Secre- lite stuilcnis anil people or llerea i mathematical buy and sell slaves were read which I wilh his sister, Mrs. Ben Davis. and one of Speaker Terrell and Representative taries Gould and Hoaglaud, McGuire, were denied In several important the great practical mathematicians of snowed tttai the government was Hamilton called on fiov. McCreary. Piigh, Harked, liaison, Hatch, TayCoyle inborn id (lie board.! tho world whose advice Is sought by favoring and promoting slave trade, addresses by They atiKKcsted tn him that Inasmuch lor, ami Agricultural Advance in Tripoli Coyle, March 23. Wo aro having Smith. More than twenty Dr. Thomson preached in I lie Union great investment and Insurance I ti a M tni.ll.itii-mntn ti,r nf Tin, Italian government expects some rough voalher for March. on Sunday morning. Mr. panics. were familiar with the revenue and ,','l',1'',,',1'la,iv" l,,a,,,'r lnrllclnlpil Mrs. Alva Hale spent Thursday . i I! taxation measure proposed hy the "' ""' ""nssioii. and the meet as a i lingers addressed the students in Tlin? Iii'iimiiir riii;iirimiH iiiniiin ni .in. soon to see a large number of emi. grants diverted from llio Unllcd wilh her brother, William Winkler. was considered (ho most sue- - Main Chapel on Sunday night. Dr. State Tax Commission. It would he are represented several Slides In Tripoli ns Mrs. Mack Lain burnt her hand more likely to pas, a bill than any ! 'Will ever held. a tlirect result Harloti gave an address in memory " (!ov. MrCreary said) Among the speakers were Secre - i.f Miss Kalherine Knapp, the cltier " 1""-- - or the success that is attending ag- very badly last week. other leKlilattire. mm HO w.ium luii uu cira aessnin iary I'onlttis or Columhtts. Ohio, I ilnuor or Knapp Hall. And Mrs. John tical affairs. Rev. Percy S. Grant, D.D., ricultural experiments in tho new Miss Fairy Chastcen and Mr. Eld-e- n of the Episcopal Church of the Ascen for that purpose because he did not I President Croslleld of Transylvania, A. II. Rogers, widow Baker spent Saturday night and of Father Rog- - sion of New York City, who will be Italian colony in Africa. Immense r r wm. M.,ri,mi. .u,.Hii ji remembered as Bishop Potter's com- - tracts havo been brought tinder cul- Sunday with the latter's brother, lite great boy specialist of .New Chain . on Wednesday morning. She' i . tivation. Tlte harvest of barley has Mr. Geo. Baker, of Dreyfus. days' comlderatlon. ..!.!.:.. .ul Mrs. Jim Powell is slowly improv'York. Judge Chnlkey, ITofessor Hill is making a somewhat extended vis- - j l"" pola- "L 'l atid Proressor Sittith. i, , great ing. id Tavern and the Rate For Exceta Baggage. ' Mr. and Mrs. Davo Rice wero WaOn Wednesday has becn himsclf . MJ ' V",, K,,vu " m,w''.r.f"1 w,1'!.n!" liaetBIA tllllut Ii ,.1,1 tnr at Prcsidcnt of a 'statc co isitois llto- latter part of last the rate of 16 cents per 100 poundi,!"11 i!"l",!.v afternoon in the auditor- - night there was a reception for University. Rev. Herbert S. Johnson, IN OUR OWN STATE week. In accordance with the provisions of',1,n "f the Y. M. C. A. biiihllng, suit-- 1 Ihe Truslees and Convocation at the D.D., of Boston, a distinguished Bap(Continued from Page One.) The .Misses Lillio Cantlas and Nel-tlial are olt Worth?:' The President's House. tho 2tf cent railroad pasicnKer hill, jeel : tist divine, whose father laid the by Oor, McCreary and which ' fitfully tiietubers and tlirectors pres- Powell entertained a number of ilsned guard. The jailors allege that llto educational foundation of thc state of law would deprive litem of most of their friends Sunday. Thoso presR.llroadaThat do noT earn mora Ihan' laoaTler 'work;LETTER rR0M FRIEWD 0r BEREA Oregon. Dr. Johnson is a graduate I lief - roes. ent wero the .Misses Fairy, Sallio he Uo,t wher!" H of Harvard. And Rev. Wm. E. Barton, M.000 itroia per mile a yeor and thoae of ,hl. s,al and Tilda Chasteen, Lula Simpson Association was re- - Rev. James M. Walton Appreciates D.D., of Chicago, one of the leading Joker Kills Friend leas than fifty miles long are exempted . Wn,. James Lykons, a workman in and .Messrs. KIden Baker and CharCongregationalists of the country; from tbo provisions of the bill. The Lexington peoplo opened Trenton, Mo., editor of the Advance, and member of I In. I.. c N. Const ruction Camp near ley Simpson. Mrs. Curk Tharp is some better at wide tlteir doors of hospitality lluis March 20, 1911. tho recent commission for the revis- Towuseud Bridge, was accidentally nK il killed by a fellow workman who this writing. and proiltablo' Dear Dr. Frost. Defining tho responsibility of a hot,m:'kl ion of Congregational standards. Dr. Mrs. Arch Murray spent last MonAn aVIicle in the Continent calls Barton is one of thc distinguished seized a i2 rifle and shot at him for the aafoty of hla gueat, who ac "unng ior tin many iteitgaies In The broadening infill-I- n my attention afresh to the noble graduates of Berea. an Invitation to ride with him , tendance. "Just to make him jump." Tift) bul- day afternoon witlt Miss Mary Todd. The farmers of this place aro hla vehicle, the court of appeals In cure of such a meeting Is of price-a- a work you arc doing for my kinslet struck I.ykens in the spinal We should not forget Rev. Carl T. opinion written by Judge Miller In j less value to tho slate work. folk,' the "mountaineers." When Michel column. The would-b- e joker es- plowing and sowing tobacco beds, of Harlan, Ky., one of the acgetting ready for business. the caao of James Heard agalnit Mri. caped anil is still at large. Dr. Fairchild and Dr. Fee brought tive spirffe in the Presbyterian deAnnie J. Brown Ktusemeler. appealed STUDENT VOLUNTEER BULLETIN me Best wishes to Tho Citizen and its It doesn't pay to joke with deadly into the llrsl Sunday School I nomination, from the Jefferson circuit, said: "One BOARD and himsclf a pioneer many readers. weapons. had ever known up in Knox Co. I worker in who Invites another to ride Is not The Opportunity thc mountains. little Ihotigltl of pleaching the gosSalvation Army Campaign bound to furnish a aafe vehicle or a In the light of (he principle' Kingston Mr. Herbert A. Wilder of Boston, Following the raising of 300,000 aale hone or a aafe automobile, but "Seek e llr.it the Kingdom of God." pel in the "Middle West." I still Mass., is a retired manufacturer with for the Louisville Young Kingston. March 23. Prof. II. E. l itvo the small New d tf the driver falls to use ordinary cajr Women's let us lost (he various vocations anil! he thereby creates a new dancer tot Tesdaincnl Dr. Fee gave me when I large business interests, who has for Christian Association, tho Salvation Rickey of tho U. S. Department of many years been nlmost an expert on Army lias which be la liable." l"',,T",S r"?'1,,"1' - Vli.nl tlown from a high seal on a started a campaign to Agriculture visited tho school at . . . unity r Kingston Wednesday and organized f(,Ii(,( .() o,lk ,y llac , (0 education in the South. Will Try Out Friaon farm. Ci.ooo for a new building. raise Hon. Thompson S. Bumam of school organised under tho The Salvation Army is doing a a poultry club of six active memThe atato prison commission la em-- ,IIW ever, that all are not called 7'iSund-., ,, f NW , f , , Richmond, Ky., brother of our recent splendid work and .should havo llto bers. powered to experiment with the prison jj,,, same work. Let us iy ask. I ,, , Chief Justice of the State, is a prom,, , Elizabeth Flannery was elected fl(l, Ifc hearty support .Mini jBiuiu mi inu iruil, lllll l.l,F tl ... ., "" '"'"I ixlvance tho King- - ... ......... hi U.3 Ii...,r.,ll- - ill. vi m.nlla inent banker and farmer in our own really desires to of everyone who president, William Thomas Eager, lv, ..r h i... help tho people of I.I..I.IO n.ii.iiiim iiiiii. , Vice President and Lydia Todd, Seclease land adjoining the two state prla dniii? Whal is (he largest oppor-- L , iiiiiii in. ill. null ill in. ,i .mil 11 hiiib, county. His father, once a member Hie city. ons and take options on available land litnily for IIII'? retary. Spring Farm Work Begun many friends of Berea out here. of Grant's Cabinet, was a trustee be. (.. Mierwootl I.i dv s Tho In caae tbo 1916 session of tho Keneral Mr. Kill Parks lias moved into tho From all over tho state comes The Principal of our central school fore him. asaombly should ductile to purchase Supremo Decision. litis city Miss Nates, of llicli- Mr. Phillip E. Howard is a pub- wind of great activity among tho house recently vacated by J. C. Pow'in farms. Warden A. J. O. Wells, of the G00CH-SMITis a linn friend of Berea. lisher of wide influence and acquain- farmers. And llto merchants aro ell. i moud, KyM Frankfort Reformatory, has options on Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Powell nnd fam- I greatly kept busy supplying tho demand for appreciate tho fact thai tance in Philadelphia. Miss Myrtle Gooch, tho beautiful leasee. sympathetic witlt tho inoun- js Hy wero very much surprised when new machinery and seeds. young tlaUL-htcoii are It Senate Dill 17, provides that future and accotnnlislied Rev. James Bond, D.D., a graduate hoped that winter is at last over nnd about thirty of their friends, young appropriations for atato Institutions id Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gooch, was! laineers who havo done nobly under Lf nerea and Financial Agent of shall be disbursed by thc auditor's ofthat farm work will nol bo inter- - and old, stormed them last Monday married in Richinond Weil- - so many handicaps. I am especial- - con institute. fice monthly to the amount of claims nesilay, March 25th. lo Mr. Law- - ly interested in the development of' PJI t ought lo produce a evening. The games and music wero dis1 niplwl. j cloveIand Cady LLD.. is a aejalnat the Institution fur tliu precedenjoyed by all. Tho family left llto hun.per crop. fence Smith of Xasltyille. Ten,,. Mr., their luligtous I. e. My greal grant - tinKuishc(, architect , New York ing month filed tn thc auditor's oltlce. next morning for their new homo . -- nmvK nl tier wn s t lu "I lupin lillv llnnnep." a sou of i.iu -and uity .. . trustee or the I'resbyterian The purpose of this bill la to keep the Smith is ii.t .i.i.i in iliehmoud. r. ........... Mrs. Fred Sinith, a sacred naine atnotig the Baptists or money In the state treasury until tt : passed ten winters in bed llev. Summers tilled his regular iH kv "- - Is actually required, and the auditor ' " """--mt. wm. k. uemnap of Louisville, appointment at llto Baptist Church If you meet my former pupils, , a la allowed one extra clerk to audit the man. He is a graduate of Johnson) duate of YnIe and head of the Health Waa Normal, But Aged Woman Sunday. University. (Jraysvillo Academy and, Julius Steele, now a druggist there, claims. .t Oeno Doty is very sick with mes)s-le- s. Feared mat She would and his good wife, Mary F.versolo has long been recognized as ono of Senate Illll 14 extends, the Jurlsdlc- - (lie Swedish gymnastics. Catch Cold. tlon of maRlaernte and police courts, speak an encottrtiging word thc first citizens of the CommonIn (ho afternoon llto brido nnd Steele, Mrs. Meredith Gabbard and brothKlvlnhe count) court Jurisdiction In Krnoni drove out to tho homo of tho ! them. Also lo my old friend, wealth. Boulder, Col. Mrs. Ida OrofT, a er,' Arch Flannery of Battlo Creek, offeaV tn which the maximum sen- t...i(., in Speedwell. Ky..i.ludge Iewis, In whom I owe much. ,.,r,.is of Oermany and a resident of Mich., visited at thc homo of thoir Rev. A. Eugene Thomson, D.D., Z' nd In your busy life, don't forget inner was served. concurrent Jurisdiction wilh the wln.ro a nit former pastor of the Union Church Colorado tor 20 years, died at her undo, M. H. Flannery, last Titurs-oa- y. They will leave on the 27th or, your friends are praying for you in Dcrca is now Principal eighty-nincircuit court lit all misdemeanors. of Lincoln home here of old tee. She was For the last ten years she had Senate BUI 1S3 provides for oiling March for the homo of tho groom's' and your work, Institute. Grova Peters anil her cousin, Esapent the winters in bed, although In atrcots In third-clascltlea, property parents, where they will spend a! I could not forbear writing a word Mr. John R. Rogers of Brooklyn, good health, considering her age. Shu ther Gentry, both of whom aro in owners on each side of thc street nnd few days and then return to Batllojor encouragement lo you and of lovo N. Y., is a graduate of Berea and was afraid of catching cold. school at Berea, visited wilh tho city to bear the expenao equally. Creek. Mich., to inako their future' to my mountain friends. chief inventor of tho Linotype, a typeEach fall when It began to get cold former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. May Cod abundantly bless you, Senate Bill 24ti changes tho tlmo of i homo. A host of friends both in setting machine now use'd in all parts she would go to bed and remain until Peters, at this placo from Saturday holding court In the Twenty-thirVery sincerely, llto north and south wish them n of tho world. Mr. Rogers finds timo spring. Recently her strength had till Monday. trljt. M. Walton. James long and happy life. for frequent visits in Berea, and wns been falling. Miss Ethel Flannery, who is in When Mrs. Oroff went to bed last school al Richmond, spent Saturday in his earlier years engaged in eduOctober her aistet; Mrs. Augusta Car--1 cational work. row, with whom she lived, realized j and Sunday witlt homo folks. William C. Procter of Cincinnati is tfeai Mrs. Oroff would not live until Mrs. Joe Gilbert, who was teach1 I'1 a graduate of Princeton, where his mrtn ing at Kingston, had lo closo her . I I 1 ....! uenuiuciiuns uru wen luiuwn, unu a school on account of tho illness of leading member of tho business firm Chicago Women Do the Proposing. Paint is liquid money. You spread it iter sister. of Procter & Gamble. Chicago. Tho 15 per cent Increase) Wo nro having very disagrceablo over your house and then sun, wind, rain Major William Herndon of Lan- - tn marriages In the past six months is wonlhcr at present. and dust beat upon it in the effort to caster, Ky., is n Union veteran and explained by John II. Mack of the mar. Farmors aro getting anxious about rlsgo license bureau. He says wosaaa prominent lawyer of our own state. their work. wcur it out and get at the wood. Bye ken do the proposing. Mr. Edwin R. Stearns of Cincinand bye you have to do it all over again nati is a graduate of Yale, an active business man, bank director, and trusbut less often with tee of several charitable institutions. . Mr. Harvey E. Eisk of New York City is tho financier a During This, the Big Consuming Season, man who uses his business talents for We Carry Ample Stocks of the benefit of every good cause. with others. When you think of the than Mr. Thomas J. Asher of Waslota, California Pink Beans, "Fall" Beans, Navy Beans and cost of paint and painting, remember that one-thir- d Ky., is a mountain man, who has labor. is paint and two-third- s amassed property and developed tho Other Varieties country by tho management of largo It costs more to put on a poor paint than Our Prices are Attractive, as We are concerns in lumber and coal. Buyers of Car Lots. good one. Use the paint that lusts longest. newest trustee, elected at the Tito recent --meeting, is Rev. Andrew FOR SALE BY KELLOGG & CO. Brodie, D.D., pastor of a Presbyterian Church ut Wichita, Kansas, and INCORPORATED Richmond, Ky. Wholesale Grocers one of the educational statesmen of BEREA COLLEGE TRUSTEE I'ire One.) dls-trl- ar LAk 1 . 00 ! A"" '"" 1. ': text-boo- A I ... com-Chur- ... T I T""Ll i,u J? e:MVb'7,l?irL:r.1 ' h. .?Tf-4.- l'r.--II-I- ,,,,, Ioe lSSicXt S ..! II , k.r'" i yo .' at-ce- I black-backe- 1 1 . H ly ..V..-O..U1- ... 1 . j :;t ...... ; s ,,nrj., hJ I na-tir- e Ilr'.'l'V.'i' s d 1 I Hanna's Green Seal Paint iff JEM 'BaaaBBHaBMaraBaraaaaaaaaraBBaraaaaB MERCHANTS! well-know- n J. D. CLARKSTON, Berea, Ky. tho West. Pago Six. THJC CITIZEN. March 20, wITch-cr- 1914. A Romance fie MOT of 5t.Clair's Defeat RANDALL PARRISH . ' of ILLUSTRATED-D- J. LAV1N J . COFWMr A. C.MCLLPG S. CO.,JI3 "OnTyTier namo Ilene DAuvray." "Huh! that does not sound much like the one she gavo me, though by n CIIAI'TEU I Joseph Hayward. on In Dip t'nlted mates army on Ills my soul, I've forgotten It; 'twas Just way to Kort Harmar, meets 8!mon Glrty, . as Frenchified, I never dared to a renegade wliosa name has heen con- apeak It aloud. and How came she to tell nected with all manner of atrocities, alia headed for Kort Hnrmar with a messna-you?" d from the Drill) general. Hamilton. "That's the odd part of It, sir. She guides him to the fort and prqtecta him from a number cf scouts who tried know me, called me 'Monsieur Hay- to kill him. General Harmar's CHAPTnn II-- At headiiuarters liny ward meets Itene D'Auvray who professes to recognize htm, although ho has no recollection of ever having seen her before. "Do r Have my choice of scouts?" SYNOPSIS. I Hay-war- "Certainly." "Then I will take Brady, sir." "The best maa aTallablo. I would have named him, only I feared tout late troublo bad left you enemies." "Not at all; It was a fair fight." I sat thinking In silence, and liar mar waited. The danger of the jour- ney unrolled before mo In Imagination the perilous waterways; the long trail through the trackless woods, menaced by roving Indian bands; the hostile tribes In council; the chances of treachery and death lurking In every step of the way. Audacity, determination, the lives dependent on my suc cess, gave me courage. It was a work someone must do. I drew the letter I over again, and studied It. "You are suro, general, this 'Wa-pa-- ! tce-taIs not In our bands? At somo of the other forts?" "As sure as I can be; I heard from Pitt yesterday, with reports from the garrison between, and no account was made of such a prisoner being brought In. Hambrouck wrote me from VI 1 cennes two weeks ago some French ' voyageurs left the letter on their way up the river and he mentions noth-lng save his troubles with the Indians of the Wabash, who aro most Impu-- , dent and unruly the worst of the lot, to my notion. I expect the fellow has j ' been killed In the woods." "A man, then? A chief?" To my I ears the name had feminine sound 'tis as musical as a brook." "Ay! It sounds like that; but Glrty gave me some other name I have forgotten. Gad I I bated so to ta'.k with I n-1 I Lah- h"Then I Am to Talk Boldly; Threaten, If Necessary?" "But, general," I asked, still linger "how came she to know my name?" "Perhaps you spoke It first In her bearing." "Not I, sir; we spoke of other matters." "Then there la but one answer the witch overheard our conversation. I spoke loud, not knowing she was In tho room, and her quick ears caught 'the sound. 'Tla like her to make Instant use of what she learned to thus arouse your Interest. She Is full of such tricks. No doubt that will be the explanation, and no mystery to it-- only and expressing regret at his disapthe device of a.clever woman." pearance, they will consider It a lie. I patted out Into the sunshine of the I know Indian nature; they have got afternoon, and crossed tho deserted .to be bluffed at their own game. Show parado to my quarters. In spite of the fear, and they are after you at once, ' seriousness of this adventure upon the whole pack In full cry; face thorn which I waa entering my thought linboldly, and they hesitate. If you go gered with the French girl. How softstraight to them, through the woods ' ly musical her voice was; how clear to their council fire, un officer of this her laughter; how encbantlngly tho garrison, In uniform, they will Inter- dimples appeared In either cheek, and pret your coming as a sign that e with what eloquence the dark eyes aro not afraid of tbelr threats." conveyed their message. "Bene "Then I am to talk boldly; threaten, the namo repeated on my lips, if necessary." lingered, and was whispered again. "With discretion yes. It la our only I wondered If It really was her name, chance to avert war. The scheme may yet cast the doubt aside Indignantly. not work, but If it even results In de- Somehow It seemed to belong to her, lay. It will bo worth the effort." to typify personality, to revive mem"When do I start?" ory. "Bene D'Auvray" would I ever "At dusk tonight. Come here first see her again? Would God be good? for final Instructions, and a letter to I glanced back at the high window; Hamilton. You will go up the Musthe sun glared on It, reflecting the kingum to tho forks by boat, and then rays Into my dazzled eyes. My heart straight through the woods. There sank. I must depart at dusk, and long must bo no loitering on tho march." ero I could hopo to return she would "There will bo nono, sir; and what have disappeared Into the unknown about Olrty?" wilderness. Harniar would know noth"I will hold hlra on some pretext un- ing more than he did now; thero would til morning. Your party will havo fif- remain no trail I could hope to follow; teen hours' start." I would never see her agatn. Thero seemed nothing more, and, All this was years ago, long years, after waiting a moment In silence, I and yet I recall still how I occupied saluted. those hours with preparation, striving "Very well, sir; that Is all?" ; manfully to banish her from mind by "All at present." ceaseless labor. Little by llttlo I 1 turned toward tho door, then hesi- grasped the seriousness of this mistated, as memory suddenly returned. sion on which I was embarked. In a "Pardon me, general," I said Impul- -' measure I was frontier born and bred, and bad ranged the woods since I slvely, "but I met a young woman In o strong enough to bear a gun. the room yonder. Might I Inquire who There were few secrets of tho wilderabo may be?" j ness I did not know, yet now for the Ho stared at me with open mouth, first time I was to penetrate thoe I then laughed. dark northern forests, through "The witch I I never knew she was ' leagues, and front tho red In there, Hayward, or I ahoiild never savages at their council Are with a . havo exposed you to such danger. uiessago of defiance. Tho full extent Sajd, she. anything abouthrse!tn, . of ticrllJnyoJved.occurred.to me sud- to Indian mind." "More than one war, even among civilized nations, has been started on less," he answered soberly. "Besides, It Ib my Judgment all those devils want Is an excuse. They may have manufactured this out of whole cloth; to me It don't look reasonable. But you have all tho facts now, Hayward, and can understand what to say and do. Those red devils know our weakness, and are wild to break loose. It I send back a formal letter by the hands of their messenger, denying any knowledge of this medicine man of theirs, ing, D'Au-vray," tho renegade, that I asked few questions; only you may be sure 'tis no squaw the Wyandots would war over. A medicine man, or something of that kidney, as I understand; Olrty said a religious teacher, whom, the tribe loved more than a chief." I crossed the narrow room twice, endeavoring to sum up the evidence clearly. "A poor pretense for war, surely," I said at last, "but might be sufficient ward,' and Insisted I would remember her when she named herself. Then she did, but It was no name I ever heard before, nor have I ever seen the face; I'd swear to that." "And she Is not the sort to bo forgotten easily. If they raise such flowers in the Illinois country, I would like service there. The tale Is, aa repeated by the soldiers who talked with the boatmen, that she seeks her father, who left this Kaakaskla a year since with Vigo, on a Journey up the Ohio. She stops at each settlement to Inquire, and the girl has money-Fre- nch and English gold In plenty. Yet, If this be the truth, there Is small hunting done. Once only was she at the village for an hour; nor haa she spoken yet of departure. She puzzles me with her pert speech, and French talk, for she pretends little understanding of English. But that my wife likes her I should have sent the hussy n her way before now." "Does monsieur care what I am?" she questioned more grnvely. "And smiled. "You shall, monsieur," confidently, does ho not already know? Wo nre alono hero In tho night," her eyes do- - and she pointed with one hand into tho north, "yonder In tho villages of tho ertlnir mlnn In atvnnn a ...l about her over the harn lovM nf . Wyandots. "You mean you wilt go thero alone? rade. "Need there longer bo deceit between us? Why you not trust me?" A" 1,10,0 ,cnKucg lone?" "Perhaps; there would bo nothing to "I do trust you," I returned Impotu- ously, Intoxicated by her presence, by fcar 1 liavo traveled as long a wilder-- , the prcssuro of her fingers on my a'rm. ' neas tra" I0'0- - Yet I nee(l not 8 another hero who must "In splto of nil that Is strnngo I can- - n,ono! tnf not pretend otherwise. But I do not' return to Sandusky." know you, as you would pretend." "Simon Glrtyt Good God! Would ( Sho stared Into my face, her dark you trenn' of companioning with that eyes wldo open. Then sho laughed foul renegado? Do you know what ho i softly. is?" "You think to fool mo! All right; "Yes, monsieur," quietly, "and he I laugh, on I pretend, but I never knows what I am. Ho Is not reckless bellevo what you toll. Havo I not eyes enough to offer mo Insult; did he do so to seo your face? cars to hear your ne would bo torn limb from limb. You voice? Tls not long ago, only nix d9 not know my people, but Simon moons since then. Why all thin I not Oitty does. I do not fcar blm, yet 1 understand, maybe; why you English would rather go with you." officer today an' Amerlcalne officer to- "I cannot consont; It would cost mo morrow. You not tell; I not ask any my commission to tako you. I must moro. Wo bo friends Just the same? ' goodby." Eos that so?" She held out her band. Ith all my heart," I replied, re- "Good by, monsieur." Bovd at the sudden change In her I left her standing there, a slender, H. L.d ths Way and Ws Followed In manner, and grasping the hand hold rk shadow In the starlight, feeling Slnflls Flit. ut But you aro wrong In thinking yet tho firm grip of her fingers, and "I've heard the name before, but I assume two characters." , seeing yet In memory the upturned you can rest awhile, until you feel betdon't remember where. I never met' "Yes; well, did I not say I laugh face. That she really meant what she ter. I'll do the cooking this morning." We wero still too close to the settleup against the Wyandots, save a few an' pretend? Vollal set was to me "ld so confidently I did not truly bements to be In very much danger, and at VIncennes; their range Is too far nothing. Yet there Is danger, mon- - lleve. Her threat of traveling In leur, danger. Indian never forgive, Pany "Ith Glrty, or even alone, was felt llttlo necessity for guarding our By any chanco do you know nevalre forget. You go as hunter, as merely uttered In the Taguo hope that presence. Whlto hunters penetrated that country?" , It might Influence me. ut?" 8ho could not aa far north as the forks, and any raid"Not beyond the forks. Here are ot hostile Indiana would some maps," and I spread my rude "o, aa an officer; ray uniform Is ' D In earnest. In spits of her assertion ing parties reported. Brady have been shook his drawings on the grass, "and soma ln thl DK." convinced ' wasnot altogethera Wyandot. that head when 1 mentioned the possibility, "To the Mlamls?" ahe an Indian, notes on the lay of the land." 8he I hook my head, wondering at her vraa ao young, so girlish, so soft of smoking calmly. He studied these a moment, and then "There ain't no redskins dawn ln voice and civilized ot speech, I could glanced up at me with a quizzical ,wlft questioning. "The Wyandots." not associate her with savages, or yer," ho returned confidently. "Or smile. "Ah! That then Is not so bad. The those dark haunted woods. I even somo o' tho boys along ths rlvsr would "Never could make much outer map drawln'," he acknowledged slowly, chiefs will not know; they will be- - laughed grimly to myself, as I went o' let at know." "How far hare we come?" nut 'tis most odd why you will . down the bluff, at the thought "Just looks like hen tracks ter me. He spoke to the Delawares, and on The boat was In the dark shadows an' as to readln' I reckon ther want do H this this, what you calt maa- 'of the bank, a sizable canoe, three In-- , of them replied ln his own langaag. no schools along Stump crick wher I Verade?" "He reckons 'bout fifty miles, tkough "No mo odd surely than your own. dlans friendly Delawares irasclna-was raised. Howsumever vou needn't the paddles and kneeling ln the bot- - It would be less than that straight worry none about that, -- aster Hay- - mademoiselle." M by Is est you say that? You Mk torn, and two men holding It steady across country. It takes maybs two ward, for I kin read the wooda nn- generall about mtV against the current. One or thsse, tall days an1 a night ter maks ths forks guide. We'll And San- - tte natur's the best and straight, would bs Brady, but ths with good paddling." "Of course." dusky.' As none of tho toll ot our progress "You care enough then? You inter-- other, a mere shadow In the dark, was We talked together for some time. up stream had thus far fallen upon me although I did the most of It, for he est enough to ask heem who I waa? unrecognizable. I remained on guard over the tired was content to reply In monosyllables. Where I come? You try learn all about "You go with us?" I asked, sleepers, cleaning away the debris of bis eyes on the river. As the sun sank. me? Ah, blen; an what he say, mon He straightened up, with the motion the meal, and packing the cookrng leur?" Its last rays turning the waters crimof a salute. In the canoe. The men son, we went back Into the stockade. "Yah, der captain he says so, don't utensils back "That you were from the Illinois slept soundly, although I noticed how and ate heartily together In the bar country Kaskaskla seeking your fa- - Id?" the words strongly Dutch. any movement, even the slight rustle racks' kitchen. Then, as dusk drew ther, a voyageur with Vigo, from town "Oh. yes, my man; you are the rook. of leaves ln a sudden puff of wind, near, we separated, he going silently to town." Is there an extra paddle In there. ( served to route Brady or the Indians down the bluff to the boat, while I re She laughed again, her hands ma- - boys?" to Instant consciousness. They posported to General Harmar. I An Indian voice grunted a response. king an eloquent gesture. sessed the Instinct of wild animals, It was almost dark, with a clear. "The poor roan! Eet was quite sad, holding It up. aver alert to danger. It must have sky overhead, when I monsieur. I know not I tol' eat so All right; take It. and get In. What been fully noon when I aroused them, came forth again, the letter to Ham- well. Non, non, eet not I who told Is your name?" and we again headed the canoe up ilton In my pocket, and the general's heem; eet was the voyageurs with i "Johann Echulti." Brady 1 remembered him, warning Instructions fresh In mind. I whom I came. 1 tell nothing. Ket waa a private ln stream,place at willingly taking the soldier's the after paddle, while had caught no further glimpse of the hard to tell nothln', monsieur, when nrown's company, aa poor a choice aa I lay girl, nor had any reference been made he want to know'so much; when ho could have been made for such an ex- ing back in the stern, my coat servfor a pillow, and finally fell asleep. to her. In truth, for the moment the ask question, an' roar In hees loud pedition, but It waa too late now for The river narroned rapidly as ws memory of her presence had been ban voice. But eet was fun, too; I laugh, an exchange. advanced northward, until (he great lshed from mind, Then, all at once, an' talk about ozzer things, an' ho get "In with you, Schultx." I ordered trees on either bank nearly obscured generall. Ua sharply, "behind the last Indian, and the sun overhead. The Delawares were so mad, ze Amerlcaln put me ln ze guardhouse, only I was bend your back; this ts to be no pleas- - already exhibiting a disinclination to ure trip after wild flowers. All ready. proceed, and we ere compelled to a girl. You are angry?" "No. But I am a soldier on duty; Brady?" hold them by threats to their work. under orders to the north." He stepped Into the bow of tho Each mile of advance northward added "To my people." answering, and crouched lo their terror, and made our task craft, without So you said before. What does It down, his long rifle showing above his more difficult Onco Brady struck the mean? You are not Indian?" shoulder. I pushed off, and found chief, driving him back to his place of quarter blood; my father mom at the stern. There was a flsth In the canoe. "I am This was when we diswas officer" of France who died in bat- - or paddles ln the dark water, and. covered unmistakable signs that a parI was born In an Indian tepee." most noiselessly, we swept out Into the ty ot Mlamls had crossed the river "But not brought up an Indian? You stream. For the space of a mile. only shortly before passed the spot. education; you have known baps, wo skirted the clearing. Ihe river However, wo ran the gauntlet safecivilized life." sliver under the stars, the ly, a more silent shadow slipping along a stream of by In "I have been at Montreal and Que- - land on either side, disfigured the dark shade of the protecting was three years at blackened tree stumps, making a deso-th- e bank, and thus Anally bee, monsieur.. I attained the j late picture. convent of the Ursullnes." Then the canoe slipped forks, and landed on the west shore. "But came back Into the wilder-- silently Into tho forest waterway, the It was dark when we got there, but the ness?" dense woods on either bank obscuring Delawares were so eager tokurn. "I returned to my own people; the tho stars, and plunging us Into dark- - that we Immediately put aaborVt e great tfoods called me. I am a Wyan ness. Brady bent over tne snarp now, intended to pack with us, and parted hla eyes watchful for any obstacle, for with them gladly. dot." The canoo shot "And here at Fort Harmar, under a any swirl of tho current, and I could swiftly away Into the gloom, leaving In falso name, pretending to be from tho faintly distinguish his voice tho three of us alone. Bearing our wanting to the Indian paddlers. loads with us, wo groped a blind way French settlements?" Wo were hemmed In by wilderness, through tho forest, back toward the She touched my hands, where they gripped the rifle barrel, and her whole the narrow stream bordered by great foot of the bluff, where we made camp, forest trees, with branches overhangas best we might, at the mouth ot a manner changed. proand ravine, well sheltered by underbrush, "I am not here under a false name, ing the current, mossyhuge roots banks. jecting from the and lay down, without venturing to monsieur, nor for any purposo of evil," was llttlo or no underbrush; light a firo. For some There she exclaimed eagerly. "You roust not time, scarcely a light grew stronger, the memory of Rene D'Auvray think that of me; I will not permit. Indeed, as the had reaway between the mained with me, my vista stretched far mind being fully "Just Looks Like Hen Tracks ter Me." 'Tls my name, Heno D'Auvray, and I gnarled trunks ot oak and hickory to occupied with the came to this fort from the French setof she came to me, a slender shadow tlements. I cannot tell you why, but where tho land rose In low bluff. It our position; yet asIncreasing perilthe stepping forth from the gloom of tho there Is no harm done. All I seek now was a somber scene of gray and green silence, looking up I lay there In at the stars, her stockade, Into the star gleam. I saw Is the opportunity to return to ray' own coloring, save that here and there were eyes seemed suddenly to smile agatn the faco uplifted, white ln the silvery land. That la why I came hero to meet , clusters of wild flowers yielding a Into mlno, and I dreamed of her as I glow, and the dark uncovered hair. you; why I waylaid you, and told you origntcr nuo oi oiuoanu yeiiow to mo slept. The dawn found us safo, seemHayward," she said tho truth. I heard enough of what was dul background. Tho silence was "Monsieur ingly alono In tho wilderness. ' softly, "you will speak to me?" generall to founJ. tno rlTer noiseless, except as by tho Amerlcaln Continued next week) know that you were going north thro' tho waters occaslonn ly foamed over ome "aclo In their path, or CHAPTER IV. my country, to hold the forests to A Kiislstt People. with tho Wyandots. That la murid BOftl' ttbout Ul B,,arP ITW ot I Face a Request High up above tho early I tno canoo. Tho Maori women of Haw Zta so, Ib cot not?" morning air fluttered the leaves, ypt so land know nothing about kiting-NosI came to a sudden halt, my heart Yes " "Most certainly, throbbing wildly. "Then. monBleur. tako me with you! . Kently that no sound of rustling rubbing is their form of saluI stammered In sur- No, listen; you must; you shall not re mademoiselle," reached me. The woods themselves tation, iiml when two friends iiu'ii to fuse. I know tho way, tho woods, and wore desolate, apparently uninhabited, prise, "although I have little time they hold each other by the Iniud- -. spare." all their secrets. I can guldo you, and without even a fleeting wild animal to i o bend their hernia until (heir iiuei "1 know," she returned; "you than your Kentucky break their loneliness. travel faster I sat up, rubbing my cramped limbs, Into the north you, and tho great hunter. Let mo go, monsieur." touch mid then rub thoiii gently hunter." from nde to xide. Tin- - frm ol I hesitated Just a moment, actually and etured about down tho forest "You know that? How?" greeting h not conllned to (lie wotempted by this opportunity to havo aisles, Impressed by the somberness She smiled, yet with eyes on mine her with me, to learn moro of who and of our surroundings, yet with every men, but prnetieed by the men faculty aroused. Tho Dutchman's lanIn frank confidence.. what sho really was. Yet tho knowl- guid They Fvhloiii meet without rubbing movements, and the peraplrutlon I not ears, monsieur?" she "Have edge that Harmar would never approve In time of biineiitiitioii the asked swiftly. "Did you think mo old of such an arrangement, and that ho streaming down his face, told of a hard no-eMaori women will tit for hour with and deaf when we met before? Per- would surely learn of tho mutter It I night's work. haps the light was poor, and you saw smuggled her Into tho boat, decided "Put her Into the bank there, boys, their iioxe touching mid inoiin foi 111; If so look at ino again, now, monthe loss of Home chief whom thuv mo. Sho read tho decision In my faco. to tho right," I communded. "Beyond sieur." havo In ull probnbility never ecn. "You will not? You will leavo me tho roots of that big oak. We'll breakfast, and then rest uwhlle." "Youmean you., qyerjicnrilt' sniLJ behind?" Tills wa.jiccomnll8hjed,wJthft.sjieep corn-nortI almost- - with a Shock trie raTJ-lnparties of young warriors, scouring tho woods, unrestrained In their savagery, the uncertainty of our re ception by tho Wyandots, the possibility that Hamilton might not be thero to protect from violence, the haunting doubt whether our mission would snvo ua from torturo and death at tho hands of those red demons bent madly on warl It was no pleasant picture painted on the canvas ot Imagination, and the perspiration beaded my temples, as frontier tales of Indian atrocity flashed to memory. But mine was then tho spirit ot youth, ot daring; I had volunteered for this duty, and, under God, would not fall.' I recall changing my clothes, putting on ray rough hunting suit, and packing my uniform In a bag. Then I sought out Brady, finding him alono outside tho stockade, lying on the bluff summit, gazing out at tho broad river below. As I drew near ho looked up at mo, good humor in hla gray eyes, but making no effort to change his posture. "Well, my young cockerel," ho said carelessly, "they tell mo you and I are to bo comrades on the long trail." "Who told you? General Harmar?" "No less; niaybo an hour ago. 'Tls not likely to prove a pleasant task, as I understand tho nature of the message. What said tho old man to you V Ho tat up as I repeated word by woru our conversation, no listened Intently until I finished, his eyes on tho dark woods bordering the settlement. "About as I had It," ho commented gravely, "only a bit moro of detail. No pleasant job, friend, but the 'old man' is right there Is no other way to deal with redsklnB. What was the natffe of that Wyandot medicine man?" (Ieh"TJ7 g stepped backT tantalised by her ofTBe paddles" anTwe sfeppoTaliore, "How could I help? It was but a word now and then, but that Amerlcaln general he talk so loud, like ho speak to nn army. I did not catch your voice, monsieur, not one word. .Yet I knew well what ect was you say: I know from my own heart, how cet boat; an' from your face, so strong, so llko tho faco of a man. You would go back to tho north, back to my people." "To your pcoplol" I echoed Incredulously. "Good God! Are you In- dian?" cannot tako you, mademoiselle. Thero aro reason In plenty, but 1 cannot stand hero and discuss them. You will let mo pass now?" Bho drew bark, but with eyes still on my faco. Sho must havo read thero that no pleading would chango me, for sho only said regretfully: "I havo angered you? You do not trust me, becauso I am Indian?" "I do trust you," I burst forth. "I hardly know why, but I do. It Is hnrd for mo to say no, but I must. I wish to remain your friend mademoiselle, to to meet you again somewhere." Her faco, whlto In tho 'star-shinI the Indians drawing the light canos well up Into the mud, Brady stamping about to restore circulation. Bchulti collapsed In his seat, and I stopped to shako him. "Tired, man? More about and you'll feel better." "Mcln Gott," ho moaned, rolling his eyes up at me Imploringly. "I vos not' ded mil der tlroness. Meln feet ton't move altready." "That will be all right, Schtrttt," I said kindly. "I'll help you ashore, and '" I ( I , star-studde- d I al-ti- e. I pro-sai- d f mur-counc- e voy-ag- s. March 2rt, IOM. A Corner for Women the youngest 3 and am send Wo havo bought a house again and are keeping up payments, taxes and repairs. Wo mo gelling ? n week now. I do all my own papering, painting, sewing, washing.mending, clc. We have always enough to eat and are happy, nevor having one cros word us. Now why can't, people who want lo marry gel along as wo 'lid at first. If you will kindly publish part or this letter I shall be glad to see It as every word is true." Write your experience in keeping down expenses to Tho Citizen. It may help someone else. H "Idesl ing two in school. 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Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on In their course of study Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." II harbors no secret wishes Like pools that are silent and deep During Winter Boys Can Prepare to books when they know they want tbem. and proud. Attract Little Feathered Friends some l.nvs nr i.nrn fnr nn n,.r. by Making Neits. And shelter the little llshes! pose in life and some for another, and parents should find out what ho can Irotn .North Polo to South I'olc from A boy once originated the Idea of do best, and help him In that dlrec-- ; varying the usual "bird's nesting" tion. far West lo Mast, llie children who know the most craze into a systematic study of the Continual makes a Are always the children who brag breeding of our common birds. In one boy's heart sore and discourages him. spring ho found within the limits of a A boy should not be punished of it least, for While slupul ones roadily hoastl sluglo vlllago 107 robins' nests. "One pvpri llltln fAlllt hilt tin uhmlM ho hundred were in suitable situations on talked t0 klndly ana Bi,own whero ne -- Selected. private places, 41 were In woods, Is wrong. Most boys are good at swamps and orchards, eight were heart and do uot Intend to do wrong, placed under bridges (two being under and If they are helped to see what Is tho Iron girders of the railroad rgUt they will generally do It uriUKC, luur wuru ill quumus, 10 wore MAKE GOOD SPRINGBOARD of a bush. Hory or Ash In addition to searching out the st"lBh1t:QIlne Why the onouia di oeieciea usea in i,on-- I j birds In their natural haunts, there Is nsctlon With Gymnasium. Oriole Is a a great fascination In trying to at- tract them to our homes, says Hoy Th Hornet Oscama ; Happy Bird. Sc,ect straight-grainehickory or During tbo win- Scouts of America. an Oriols. evenings boy scouts can busy i asn for tlla springboards. These can ter making nesting boxes. be of ""' wlu,u ,0 n,ake UP thS boarJ bail shown tho children a pretty llttlo nest In a lull tree In the themselves Even an old cigar box or a tomato can lu JO n story about It nt bedtime. DADDY ami promised thorn to go to bed," Jack anil Kvelyn suggested with n hole .In It tho bIio of a quar- - ma 08 ' a,,y '"aterlal of the dlmen-te- r now wo nro ready will satisfy a houso wren. Other . slons 8lvea in tho sketch. The butt as tho clock ou the mantel chimed out the hour boxes which are suitable for bluo-- 1 cnds of tno prlnBboard should be well "I told you that tho llttlo nest wo saw was tho liouio of the oriole," daddy birds, chickadees, tree swallows and 'asionea 10 ino crosspiece wun screws began. will, If set up In March, or uetter s,ln- 8ma" carriage bolts "So bo Is," duddy agreed. "There nru several kinds of orioles, nil looking starlings with tho nuts on the under side, swinging nests nt (be often havo tenants the tlrst season. In building those bammock-IIklittle different, but nil The cross piece at the rear Is cut many cases It Is feuslblo to havo end of tbo branch of a tree. hinged doors or sides on tbo nesting on the nnglo of the springboard. The "There Is nn old story nbotit the oriole, but I think I shall have to ask boxes, so that they may occasionally front crosspiece Is mortised into tho you to taku It with some grains of salt. bo opened and the progress of events "This story says tbnt ouco upon u tluio tbo oriole wns n hornet. Though observed. It Is needless to add, howit was kind and gcntlo nt heart, yet every ono feared It ou account of Us ever, Unit great caution must be exersting. No ono would let It make Its home nenr their house. cised to prevent destruction of the "But war broke out between old King Koreas, who ruled tho land of snow nest or other disturbance of the birds' and too, and Queen Flora, who ruled the hind of sunshine and (lowers. Flora's homo life. Under favorable circumarm lea wero one after another beaten. The good queen feared that sue would stances even some oT the shyer Inhabb driven away and her subjects killed or become the slaves of cruel Koreas. itants of the woods, such as woodpeck"Ono day there (lew Into tbo window of her palace n little brown Insect ers, owls uud ducks, can be Induced was tbe hornet. It to patronize artttlclal cavities if they "'Let mo go and fight this cruel enemy of yours, great iieen,' the hornet are made right aud erected right. begged. Tho tpieeu said that bo might go. A Springboard. "lie Mew straight fur King Koreas himself, and be stung him wherever Case of Necessity, as could. Tho king struck nt tiltn with bis terrible warcluh, but tbo hornet It was Sunday, and two small boys frame, and tbe one near tho center Wli ui Bttintl nml iilmlilit Hint lt. ,nnll tinrnp lilt tiltn were industriously digging In a vacant Is laid on top ot tbe two side rails. "You know bow hornets can sting Well, at lust the king turned and (led. lot, when, a man who was passing The rear crosspiece Is either fastened "When the hornet went hack to tell bis queen that King Koreas and bis stopped to give thorn a lecture. "Don't wtth large dowels or mortised Into the rmy bad gone, sho was so grntoful that she asked tho tiny hero what she you know that it Is a sin to dig on sldepleces. This springboard will bs back-yarould do to reward him. Sunday unless It be a case ot neces- ot use In connection with a gymnasium for vaulting and doing "'My queen,' replied the hornet, 'no ono likes me. In all tbe world I have sity t" asked the good man. o friends, though I long for them. "Yes, sir," timidly replied ooa of the turning acts. boys. '"It shall ho so uo longer,' cried tbo queen, waving her magic wand. Explanation. "Instantly tho hornet wns changed Into an oriole, and after staging a won- "Then why don't you stop ltt" "I know why bad boys are ssnt to " 'Causa this la a case ol necessity," orful song of thnnks to tho queen How out of the window to build his nest, welcome guest wherever be chose to go. replied the llttlo philosopher. "A tal- training ships." "Why!" "Ills nest still looks like the hornet's, though he now Is a weaver Instead ler can't flan without bale" San "For naughty-ca- l reason." f a tuasou He stings no longer, aud every one Is hU friend." rrmsclaco Argonaut . fault-findinI l.miiigtmi header, tell how two pie managed o live on a little id he happy. Pen years ago I was a young girl Iri helping my father farm It. He .it a poor man with eleven rhlld-- ii and my two grandparents to ,ke rare of. was next, to (lie lel. I met a young farmer who i nlso real poor and .'12 years old. I we were engaged and not a liar helween us. I had Just 15 nls and he borrowed one dollar kiiii a neighbor and we rame to , where I had a married living. W look up hoard there nd he gol a Jli at 1.1 rents an hour, e hoarded there, for four weeks l then we were married. We had hllle wedding even, costing ahont Ice cream, cake, etc. Then we went to housekeeping next inorn- ng. W'o hollowed $10 and paid 1.IWH on 91(1) for furniturn and got .. love at ?t down and 81 a week. Ac paid frt rent a mouth and I re- -i veil r plnles and rt cups nml sau- rs and a pair of pillows for wed- 0 ng prcsenls. I had II vo dollars 's out of my wages with which I went to a and 10 rent nml hought me im necessary tins and dishes ami Miives and forks. We were very happy. Afler a year or so, of course, hahy came, and we had a chance to imy a house at 810 down and $10 a oiiiuth, so wo houghl the house and 'ied there two years, when another ahy came. Then we had a chance ' sell the house, pelting 9200 more 'linn vvh paid, so we though!, our--Ivrich as we had over 8.T00 in i he hank and everything: we needed i a lahorerV house. "We Wanted to try farming on our own hook, so spent this money on horses and tools, elcM ami ran In debt for nearly food. Well, at the end of three years' farming we had nothing only our household goods and four babies. .So we camo hack to S i live. Now I am a young woman f V8 am! haw four children, tho J ii1 i . -litis-uid1 es 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College Questions Answered 9b tS "'" IjJI Copyright, 1111, by I'inimi Pacific International Kipoittlon Cftmpanr Many of tho greatest sculptors of tho world have produced the wonderful figures and groups to be shown on the grounds and on the great palaces of the I'anamal'acinc Interna-- ; tlonal Kxposltlon at Han Francisco In 1915. The picture above shows one of tho cxijulslto figures by August Jaegers for tho great Court of the Four Boasting Oh why do the trees in the forest blow wild. And rustle and bond and creak? To eall attention of people, my child. I'nr Ibis is I he way I hey peak. And why aiv the trees iu the or chard o still? They've, business in life to do; I'liey don't have to stand there and blow of their skill-The- y'vi; blossoms and fruits for you! And why i. I he freshel so noisy and oinl'.- - beforo them fun. Bvery boy cannot work hard all of (Jet a few pins and a spool of colored twlwt. Then you can the time In heat or cold or In rain or find same scraps of velvet or satin or when the sun shines, but when ho other cloth, also a tiny pasteboard box asks for a holiday often he Is sent back to work with a sore and heavy or a cork stopper., I'erhaiMi with u diagram In front of heart, and many a boy on the farm you you won't need lo be told how to seldom gets a chance to go anywhere go to work. Hut In case you should for pleasure. That is discouraging. Then, many farm boys are denied a be piuzled here are the directions little spending money, which evory boy craves. He ought to have a little I( change that be can spend Just as he pleases. I know farmers who always leave their boys at home to care for the house and the stock while their parents go oft to town or to places of amusement. That always makes a boy sore. This Is only one side of the question. On the other hand some fathers In-- J dulgo their boys too much and spoil them. They say, "I have worked too i I hard all my lift; and now 1 am going to give my boy a chance to make living easier than I did." Another , says, "I will give my boy nothing but tools, and let him make his own II v ing." think this Is the best plan. Hoys to be content on the farm must have some stock and pets of their own. This will do moro to keep them contented than anything else. I know what I'm talking about for I live on a I have stock of my own and 1 i farm. A Pretty Chair. wouldn't change places with any Have a good box or a thin, round town boy I know. I am only thirteen piece of cork for the seat. Cork Is years, but I have a horse, a cow best, because the pins go In It o I and borne hogs. I am proud of my easily. You can easily enough cut a start. For sport, a boy likes a gun and be llcei from a round cork stopper. Covet with the velvet or cloth. Then stick ' likes to trap for rabbits and other In the pins for the back and twist the game. He also likes to have a room of his thread around them; lastly stick four own where ho can keep all of his pins for the legs. own things. A bookcase filled with MAKE HOMES FOR THE BIRDS This is tho straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department 6th Door This is tho crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. i j I 1 I U'l"Sd BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with Its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g institution. It requires certain fees, but It expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to 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 will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is U 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 co3t LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, In the fall, and $1.50 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is ?5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal 6.00 and $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM Incidental Fee Roo,n VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL $ 5.00 5.60 COLLEGE 6.00 7.00 $ 7.00 7.00 Ejddy's Bedtime Board 7 weeks 9.45 Amount due Sept 10, 1913 $20.05 Board 7 weeks, dut Oct 29, 1913 9.45 Total for term $29.50 Incidental Fee lloon Board 6 weeks 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 9.45 $23.45 9.45 Z2.90 aLToUih WINTER TERM $ 6.00 $ 6.00 Story 6.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 I Amount due Dec. 31, 1913 Board G weeks due Feb. 11, Total for term 1914 I - e This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Fall Winter Tttal Sfrin Stenography and Typewriting $14.00 $12.00 $10.00 $36.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .... 14.00 12.00 10.00 86.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 7.00 6.00 6.00 18.00 Business course studies for students in other departments: Stenography 10.50 9.00 7.60 27.00 Typewriting, with one hour's use of instrument 7.00 6.00 5.00 18.00 Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing: that they are above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This mar b slgnsd by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Winlor Term opened Dec. 3ist. Hurry up! For information or friendly odvico write to tho Secretary, Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 1.80 1.50 6.40 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. Any d young man or young woman can get an education at Berea if there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time in the public schools going over and over the same things, when they might be improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on now studies yith some of the best young men and women from other counties and able-bodie- MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Pngo Eight. THR CITIZEN. March 20, 1014. and can scarcely ho bought. Isaac rommon unity among tho sovcral Oablmrd (Jake's son) and his moth denominations Mr. Mnrrlon Ison er are both very poorly. Isaac Pet and family left Monday for their ers has mado a tlno lot of home home in Hazard, Perry county. Mrs, made sugar recently. Ho has a lino Ison wll bo remembered as Lucy, sugar orchard. Julln Combs, who I lit accomplished daughter of Mr, has been staying at Booucvillo for and Mrs. J. S. Rawliugs. Mr. Ison No amount of misrepresentation by the pnsl month returned home Thurs- a graduate of the Normal depart M 'tlM 11 Te sum nocermpadeiM MkUihtd day. Green Gabbard, who has been ment of Berea College, tins been cm peddlers of alum baking powders, no jugtrMtiee of rood filu. Writ ililnly. li sot fot puMlatlos, bt living near Richmond, Ky., for tho ployed by tho government as gling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, past-livmonths bns returned to this teacher In tho Philippines. Wo Wednesday of last week. Thoy place. O. L. Grillln, of SI. Helens, congratulate JACKSON COUNTY certificates, or falsehoods of or cooked-u- p Ihe people of Hazard In .... . .1.. .,n mil. i.... i..i., ' Prlvett ,W,,,?V"H " I . Ky was here last week renrcscnl having such n promising young con kind, can change the fact that any Privelt, March 21 The deepest '"K ""' W. T. Rawlelgh Medicine pie lo assist in building up their !U!,.V.!! .ii"i nm, j'ni l.Ynmini-- l snow lliaL we have had llils winter .in. '""i poll ii Ho sold ipiito enterprising town. Mr. David Mor r, ' J j f..n Hi.. ihiIi. The work on llio itir bridge fund, Ee; school fund, 50c gau and family left this morning to doing pood cud 20c ad valorum. Last year tho ki.v Traek railroad Is Posey locnto in Hamilton, O. Mr. Morgan offibusiness and will soon he complet school fund was only 25c poll nnd 5c Posey, March 10. Wo have been will engage In Ihe grocery business, and Mae .vinuucii ad valorum, which left nearly $1000 having such beautiful weather but to be of ed. Mollie Peters sale of Boono Holland who nil ended Sunday school at ura in treasury at tho end of year, so it Is snowing today. Aunt Hlssla sold out was well attended and tho Sunday. Mrs. Aimer with the increased levy and tho sur- - M'lltlftlia tlinil ln.it- U'nnl.' n...t iinu-lust I M.I...... I.I r..t , !.... in "iif.ui " rfrom Ilnr.l ....It? .....nlla -'- "- Hie family graoyard at. her in inf." Morgan ofinn ..!.... is ..-of ' Spurlock has higrlppo. L. V. Morris ..I.... cd in Martha vis Boonevllle '"T bought a farm from Mr George. Rob- - lo do great work this year. home. She leaves sons and daught - j fl lug with her mother, Mrs. Suslo i.iUon for thirteen liunureu ami m its and a host of friends and rein .McDaniel. Mrs. Frank Robinson Nathanton Royal Making Powder is indispensable ly dollars. Hied at bis old homo lives (o mourn her loss. "A prec- visited with her grandmother, Aunt biggest Nalhnnloii, March 21. The near this place old Undo Marcus ious one from us is gone, A voice wo Fannie Rawllngs, recently. Mr. nnd for making finest and most economical food. Cook, one of (he oldest citizens wo snow of tho season which fell Wedloved Is stilled; A place is vacant In Mrs. Chester McDaniel have named He was loved by all who nesday and Thursday partly remains our home, Which never can be linhave. their baby Owlo. Grant, Bessie and knew him. He leaves one son and on tho ground. Mr. and Mrs. hlljaii ed." Carrie Jane Rowland and her Lily Cormaek of Hamilton, aro vis(wo daughters and a host of grand MeWhorler spent Sunday at tho brother Lazarus visited at their iting friends here. Mrs. Katie children, relatives nntf friends to home of Abilah Smith, who is slow uncle, V. T. Thomas', last Saturday While has rented her tenant house ind all enjoyed the exercises, from an attack of night and Sunday, also attended to ChositT Montgomery. Hcxford, (hough their happiness was mar. R. L"gle lias a ly recovering mourn his loss. TEXAS TICKS (lvo days' sale on his stock of mer pneumonia. The present session of church at Pleasant Grove. Sunday sou of Elbert Hubbard, had the mis red because we must give up two chandise. Mr. John Ward is mov- the General Assembly having closed morning. Miss Virginia McPlierson fortune lo hum his face while play of our former teachers next year. Soma of ua am ao fast that ing to bis new home near Black Wa- Hen. D. G. Woods returned homo spent Inst Sunday wllh her cousin, ing with powder. Mrs. James I'wo of Ihe teachers, Prof. J. L. infant of W. M. Thursday. Married last Monday Mr, Miss Bertie Judd. Mr. Lee Judd's Clarkslou of Hamilton is spending tones and Mis Eliza McCnrly, are see the block signal, ter. riie little Simpson died March 18th of pneu-- 1 James Marcum to Miss Susan Hicks mule fell with him Saturday and tho Ihe winter here. Early last night now attending school at S. B. M. S. Men who Daren't money la back oilier diseases. We ex both of this place. Mr. and Mrs result was that one of Mr. Judd's this town was aroused by the burn- riie other teachers, Misses llnlllo often (at through on a bluff. to I he bereaved Win. Moore spent Sunday with tho ankles was sprained tend our sympathies badly. The ing of Ihe beautiful house on the Scovill, and Charlotte Colo will ni Quite naturally erery aaan familv. Let us bear from Green former's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Misses' Lumia Mainous nnd Eftlo G. W. Baker properly. Its tenant, ter school at Richmond April Glli. Moore of near Maulden. Minnio Myden made a business trip (o South Daniel McDaniel, saved most of bis Rev. Crank is conduct lug a Holiness ta ambtttoui to own a Hall. Bell Burch of Maulden spent tho Booneville ono day last week. household effects. The cause was a revival al the Methodist church at Parrot There are many people llrst of tho week with her uncle, Pilthurg. I)r. Foster aged P2 died cat of door, bat only the who alaap defective chimney. Parrot. March 21. People hero arc Rev. G. L. Davis of this place. Win riett brag Conkling March Lltli. He was tho oldest doc beginning to think we arc going to bout It Conkling, March 20. Born to Mr. PERRY COUNTY snow icii Moore bad a working ono day last tor in the country and has mailt-A imv.. winter at ast. week which was very successful, a good record in several counties. Stacy A man may bare hla heart la hla hern 7 inches deep Thursday night long lino of fence having been com and Mrs. John' Williams March lCth a girl, named Maudic May. Miss Stacy, March 10. Tho weather is hand and another up hla ileere at tba Cunagin Is still very low Mrs. Jane pleled. John McKinney, of Sexton's asms time. GARRARD COUNTY with heart dropsy. Miss Lucy Price Creek, was in this vicinity last Sun Lucy Bowles, who has been visiting continuing cold and no business is Miss Maude Anderson for the past going on here. Tain and Gpver visited her uncle, Andrew Gabbard, day. Foealbljr tka reason they ipotvk ot Paint Lick and family, of Annvillc Monday Paint Lick, Marcli 20. A horse candidate aa "Umber" ta because night who have since moved to Carico ran awav witli Chas. Todd nnd two aaanr of them are poor stick. Dallas Iloekcastle county to live. Mr. Jack . Carieo, March 22. The largest hihlren, Mr. Todd's leg was broken; News. Madison Co., Lunsford of Dreyfus, INASMUCH snow of the season fell hero ThursIhe children were not hurt very bad was at this place a few days on day night. Mrs. S. R. Roberts, who Inasmuch as wo have done it ly. Little Ward Robinson, who hns TWO VOLCANOES IN ERUPTION. business. A Mr. Worwick of TenTo tho least whom we may see, has pneumonia fever is improving been very low with pneumonia, is mother-in-lanessee has been visiting his Wondrous are Thy words. O Master! Tokyo. A aerere eruption of the slowly at this writing. Mr. John much better. Ruben Ralston was In Wo have ministered to Thee. Mrs. Mary A. Loy, and other Peoples Frankfort Thursday. W. C Wynn. volcano on the Buwanose Island, aouth Therefore, hear our prayer for guidance: place for the past Summers, Jr., is moving to relatives at this The flamti How and where may we do good? to make his future home. Several W. W. West, and A. J. Thompson of Kyuihu has begun. week. Joe Moore, agent for the roie 500 feet above the mouth of the Come and lead us by Thy Presence from this place arc attending court a liusiuess trip to Lancaster crater. An expedition made Singer Sewing Machine Co., was in hit been aent In the paths of Brotherhood. at McKee this week. Mr. Abram last week. Fannie Dowden lias re to give relief to 250 Inhabitants of this vicinity last week. Mrs. Maria Smith has been visiting relatives on Show us how to help our brothers turned home, having been away live the Inland. The long extinct rolcano Gabbard and daughter, Eva, visited Moore's Creek for tho past few Know the joys wo freely own. weeks. Tlio Messrs. Cochran of Choknl, near Hukata, aluo li In erupher sister, Mrs. Mary Cole, of Hear the music of tho Gospel, Whiles Station visited Mr. and Mrs. tion. Thli mountain la Inhabited aole-l- y Sun- days. Born to Mrs. Reuben Sams a See the lovo Thy life hath shown. Saturday night and is Sherman. by flihermen. boy. Pig thicker last Sunday. The Misses Close about us crowd the weary, dayMrs. Ellen Isaacs (nee Ellen line Henry His home visiting his Evans was Bowed beneath their toil and fears; Fay and Sarah Susan Rodgers of Hamilton, 0., is visiting Mr. Wyall) of Having eyes, they see no beauty, THREE DIE IN FIRE. daughter, Mrs. S. R. Roberts recent near Wallaceton are visiting their relatives at this place. Ed Arnold ly. Mr. Jno. Lunsford of Dreyfus Joy bells ring for heedless ears. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. and family have moved to Pond Lick was in Mount IMeaiant, Tenn, Three chilCome anil help us bring Thy blessing Wynn, on While Lick, this week. this vicinity recently. Mr. dren were burned to death near here Branch. Mr. Luther Gabbard and Where tho days arc du" and gray. Arthur McDaniel got his hand hurl In a Are that destroyed the home ot cousin, Miss Lucy Price, made a very badly Where the weary, worn and aged by a log while working ESTILL COUNTY Hurt Kly. Kly and hla nlfe eacaped Falter on their burdened way. business trip to Laurel Fork last at a saw mill last week. when awakened by the acreama of the Where foul greed and evil passion Saturdayi Locust Branch Spread their nets for youthful feet, they were unable to We children, whom Clover Bottom Locust Branch, Marcli 21. Isaacs Where neglected little children eare. Have no playground but the street. have lu'en having some very bad Clover Bottom, March 22. T. I. Isaacs, March 20. The deepest SERIOUS RAILROAD WRECK. weather for the last fow days. Lead us where the need is greatest, we have had this winter fell Bicknell traded a mule to T. J. Coyle snow Hie fanners in this vicinity have Fill our days with deeds of Thine, E. Turkey-i- s for two horses. W. I. Powell is golast night. Mrs. Mary Indlanapolli. Two men wera killed ;dmo"l got their sod land broken up. Making this the Holy City, visiting - her daughter, Mrs. ing to McKee to servo on the grand Showing here Thy power divine. Jim Barker of Irvine passed thru and fire othera were Injured, one of Davis. Mr. H. Gabbard is jury for the next two weeks. Mrs. Martha So may wo rejoice in knowing G. Bick- them so eerlouily that little hope li this place last Sunday.-- II. delivering fruit trees in this vicin- Mary Hays has been sick for a few That for Thee wo spread tho feast. held out for hla recovrry. when a Big nell has had his houses repaired. Four freight Inasmuch as we have done it ity. Mrs. Mary Moore, visited on lays. Charley Ahney, who has been train Inbound from Kan- He had a well box made and two To tho lowest and tho least. Pigeon Roost last Wednesday. Har- partly paralyzed for some time is Raymond. Rexford pairs of stile blocks where Y.vby t atuj tj,e j.' g track. The engine and rison Tinchcr had a plowing Tues- aide to bo out again. S. W. Abrams nicMieii now lives. j. m. milium nine cara were turned over. The train day and cot a good day's work done. has gone to his son's, Robert Abrams, sold a eow lat week for $50 MrH.'conilated of the engine, nbout 34 cara W. II. Davis is hauling furniture to make his home this Summer. J. .Murphy, who has been sick for ind two cabootes. All of the injured for II. E. Rader or Annvillc Mrs. V. Abrams and Malen Baker went week, returned to her homo at Tyn- - Slave Co. are running their woods some time, is able to he out again. j men, with the exception ot Woolumi, to McKee the 201 li insL on business. Hrewer is on the sick list. Annie In the caboonea. and they war Miss Grace Miller is visiting her Grover Hunter of Shirley visited er, Jackson county, Monday; Mr. crew and are planning on starting Mr. Caleb Cope and wife, Neal Cope "By tne force or the crash. H. X Dean's family Saturday and Chas. Cook was tho pleasant guest of their mill the first of April. A coal LT:inilinii.iits. Mr. .1. M. Covle. at and family, and Andrew Gabbard Miss Ada Wilson from Tuesday un- company has been running a drill this place. and family are moving to Rockcastle reports that Mrs. John Smith, who has been sulTering tho last three til Thursday of this week. Miss hen this winter and aro planning county. Wo are sorry to part with ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Myrtle Wilson spent a few days last to run a railroad up Lost Creek to CINCINNATI MARKETS such good citizens, but hope they weeks witli an abscess on her foot, week with her cousin. Miss Winnie Ihe new coal mines on Lost Creek. with their new was some better. Zella Dean is vis will be well satisfied Dlsputanta Rowland. A number of surveys aro Mr. Boiigiuau Sizemoro nnd Miss homes. David York has purchased iting her aunt, Aimer Hunter, of DNpulanla, March 21. This com corn-N- ew corn Is quoted fob ing made the now railroad Nancy of i'ugett piietly .. Cope's share, in the blacksmith Shirley, Ky. H.Wm. Hurst has been from Ida May Mr the timbered lands ried March lilli were Slacy.-El- lax mar- inunily was shocked by the news of lows: No. 2 white 70fi7lc. No. 3aswhite to at N. Dean's mill tho A. 11. Par-r- et working on shop near Lewis store. S4ri6!)ic. No. 4 white C706814C. No. Mr. W. A. Hammond's death which t is building a new bam. Steve last few days.1 Joe Frank VanWin-kl- e of Buffalo. The deepest snow of tho Cumin ami Willie Campbell went to occurred on the IHIh. In his death 1 yellow GTfifiSc. No. 3 yellow 6Stf67c. season fell Thursday night being Hazard one business last week, No. 4 yellow C4Hff5c. No. 2 mixed has his leg broken. Coldest Johnston has moved on John Well's we lose ono of our foremost citizens. ti'ftGhc, No. 3 mixed Cti&&G7c. No. 4 to weather for many years In March about 10 inches. "Uncle Jack" Xeel-e- y Mrs. Manuel Campbell is tpiito ill He was laid to rest moved place. Frank Cunagin in tho ScalTohl mixed 64ft 6r, mixed ear gift 70c. of Buck Creek was through hero at I lie present. J. M. Northern mado the farm vacated by Mr. Johnston. but fruit especially peaches aro not It is reported that white ear CbflTOc, yellow earMf?71. Cane graveyard. May No. 1 timothy J 18.5(1, sraRlard Abe Cunagin has moved to his hurt. M. II. Smith is going to Mc- this week buying fur. Mrs. Andrew a trip with his two stepchildren (o Mrs. Mag Hammond is sick. Mrs. 17Cf 17.50. No. 2 farm on Riley Branch. Mrs. Mary lvee the 2.trd inl. on business. Tho Sizemoro visited her parents, Mr. put thorn in school at Hiuduian, Cindy Richmond has pneumonia fev- timothy No. 3 timothy 114 timothy S16 Wl 4.50, No. 1 l lC.r.U, Molnlosh is visiting her daughter, trial of Vester Azbill charged with and Mrs. John Margroves, a fow Knoll Co., Ky., this week. Measles er. Travis Miller made a Hying trip clover mixed llS.SOfr 15.75, No. 3 clover Riley, on Black Lick shooting upon the public highway days last week. Circuit Court be- and smallpox are had up there at to Berea one day this week. Sill mixed $13.n. No. 1 clover IH.GO, No. 2 Mrs. Ellen Branch. Geo. Pennington and fam- was coninued in Sipire M. H. Smith's gins at Booneville Monday tho 23rd. tho present lime. Shearer caught a very large coon clover I12.no.2 white 43043V&C, standMr. and Mrs. F. F. McClellan havo Oats No. ily visited John Brewster and fam- Court until its May term. this week. W. S. Shearer is pre- ard white 42H(f43c, No. 3 whlto 410 LAUREL COUNTY moved jo their farm near Green Hall ily last Sunday. Miss Cyntha Morparing to make some tree molasses. 41 ',4c. No. 4 white 394ft41c, No. 2 OWSLEY COUNTY recently purchased from F. II. Scale. The new ris is on the sick list. Pittsburg mixed 4 lttil 42c. No. 3 mixed 410 Maudo Anderson has recovered Cow Creek Boone 41 He. No. 4 mixed 40(f40Hc U graded to R. E. Nichols' railroad Pittsburg, March 21. Mr. L. T. Wheat No. 2 red 9Hif9Hc, No. S Cow Creek, .March 21. Circuit from a severe nllack of measles. Boone, March 23. There was a place. John D. Riley made a busmilliard has been very low for soino meeting at I'airview Sunday red 9G',4G7ttc. No. 4 red 96D8c. Court begins at Booucvillo the 2.1 rd. JACKSON CO. iness trip to Moores' Creek today. Poultry Hens, old, lCc; do, light, time and recovery has seemed by Rev. Win. Bryant of near Leander Hareudoii, son of Samuel lbs, fryers, doubtful, but it is now thought that Carterville. 11. H. Chasteen is on 1C; roosters, 12c; lbs and2H to 3V4 24c; McKee CLAY COUNTY Haremlon, of South Booneville, has under, l$c; broilers, 2 he is a little better. .lames Miller the sick list tliis week. Mrs. llonry spring ducks, white, 4 lbs and orer, Burning Sprlnns Molvee, March 23. Mr. G. W. Rad- been very poorly with pneumonia Burning Springs, March It). Tho is just recovering from a serious at- I lis till i ii. who has been quilu sick, 17c; ducks, under 4 lbs, 16c; turkeys, er has moved from (own to bis farm but is some better. Gracio Reynolds torn, old, 21c; young turkeys, 9 lbs two miles east. Miss Lillio Moore, returned homo from Cincinnati last revival meetings held in the chapel tack of pneumonia. The Graded is improving some. U. I. Levett re- and over, 22c; turkeys, young, under School of Pittsburg closed March cently moved in his new homo near S lbs, 13&15C. a trained njuse of the Allen Inllrni-ar- y week where she had lieen for some by Rev. C. F. Chestnut assisted by fit li after a very successful term. A Kkkh-I'rlfirsts 18c, firsts of Gray Hawk has been attendBoone. Ail bur Coyle, who has been lime. John Gabbard of Onedia.CIay the Rev. Bales closed. There were ing Mrs. Isaac Messier, who has county has been visiting relatives several conversions and a general splendid program was carried out attending school in Berea, is at l"Hc. ordinary firsts lGxc, seconds t.c; duck eggs 28c, guoio eggs 70c, been very sick for past two weeks. at lliectown. A now baby is rehome again. John Richmond, who Cattle Shippers G.Auff8.25; butch, Mrs. Dura Hays entertained tho ported at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Inn been absent from homo for some er steers, extra $7.75jii8; good to Embroidery Club at her beautiful l'inley Bowling. James H. Gabbard llneo years, returned to Ills family eholco f 7 if 7.05, common In fair, $5.50y 8507.90, heifers, oxtrn, home on last Friday evening. Snow has been taking Prof. Montgomery's near Boono recently. Mr. and Mrs. 1lG.75; $8, good to choiceJ7 $70I7.G5, comfell Tliui'Mlay' night 10 to 12 inches inolruction in Tho Citizen on prunSims were Berea visitors Sat- mon to fair 1506.76; cows, extra 0.50 deep. Harvey Bowles has moved lo ing bis father's trees. Wo are linv- -l urday. -- Mr. and Mrs. Ligo Hain-o- 5(0.00, good to choice $5.8506.90, com. his farm. Miss Polllc McCollum of iiik real winter weather. A snow of llarhui county nm visiting uion to fair f3.50Q5.75; canners $3.25 You all to Double Lick was in town last week. fell hero Thursday and Thursday Mrs. Hniiimous' parenls, Mr. and 04.25. Hulls Bologna $6.2507.10, extra The series .of meetings held at Aca- night to tho depth of eight Inches, i Mrs. li. C. Blair, of near Boone. W. $7.150 7.25, fat bulls $707.35. few you guest of demy Chapel conducted by Rev. Xet-linMaricue of Couwny was the Calves Kxtra $9.2509.60, fair to There was preaching at Grassy I'. O. Blair Sunday. Charles Hicks good $7.50 0 9, common and large $609, of Grand Rapids closed last Branch last Sunday morning by Rev. Send us Card Hogs Selected heavy $9,1009,16, Sunday night and resulted in six Helton and In tho afternoon by lire. of Copper Creek was in Boony Sungood to choice packers and butchers day.- The deepest snow of the year additions to the church. J. 11. Hays Isaac Gabbard. His text was: "What $U.10f9.15. mixed packers $909.10, if you fell hero March 20lh. Mr. and Mrs. stags $4.7507.25, common to choice and John Fowler were in Frankfort limit i do to lie saved." James Andrew Wren nro visiting relatives heavy fat sows $5.75 0 8.30, extra $8.35, last week on business. Little nnd Towiisend, of Laurel Creek, Ky., is Moore, Attorneys, have their now hero giving tho Misses' Jessie Gabnear Sculfold Cane. John Gadd of light shippers $8.350 8.85, plgi (110 lbs $508.10. Dispulanla passed through Boono and less) Kxtra $5.7606.85, good to law ollleu furnished ami a good li- bard and Sarah Helton instruction Hhcep Gah-fiaR, Circuit Court will comSunday. Mr. mid Mrs. Oarlleld brary in in Music on the organ. M. II. Gab-liar- d, choice $5.2605.66, common to fair $3 HENRY LENGFELLNER, "Manager mence hero today for a two weeks' wore the guests of Mr. and 06. formerly a citizen of this Iunbs Extra $808.10, good to Mrd .letfw Wrnii Mi S'lm iniil'iv term. The dockets are crowded and neighborhood, is visiting friends and 0,lolco 1LCO08. common to (air $60 Tinshop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. Phone 7 or 187 I a busy term is expected. Fiscal relatives at this place. Corn nnd ..milieu who lew been quite leh, - 60 cilppei, lamU jc.250 7.60, heavy is much better. Court was in session Tuesday nnd food fetulf Is very scarce in tills part iambs $6.6007.60. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else The 'Fact Remains e , r. ' Royal Baking Powder alum, and - - "u !", ' ,.;... purity and wholesomeuess. free has been found by the cial examinations the highest leavening efficiency, absolute weit self-mad- e self-starte- n w, Mid-dlefo- rk, iJf l' con-duel- ed mo How about that Guttering of Yours? catch want the rain water can for next weeks. a Postal want it repaired at once.' ns i ga -- Berea School of Roofing rd 1