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Clf tul.llow Mir. a Mtrri m If e nl Htm, ., u mnhmI Devoted to ttie Interests of ttie WORLD NEWS Cost of Bulgarian War It has been llgured mil thai Hul garia's share of lite cost of the Balkan war amounts In iMt 8,000,000. Of (The Citizen !MIo-u.xitaln- Knowledge is power and the we to keep op with aodera knowledge it .0 read a good newspaper. . Feojple One Dollar a Year. No. 41 Vol. XV. Five Cents a copy. BEHKA, MADISON COUNTY, KKNTUCKY, APRIL 0 1014. CANTRILL WOULD OUST REPUBLICANS FROM GOVERNMENT SERVICE What Is a Political Party For? We publish in another place this week extracts from a remarkable letter by Hon. J. C. C'anirill of Georgetown, Ky. The jjist of this letter is (hat this honorable congressman believes the object of the Democratic Party is odieesand salaries for its own members. His idea seems to be that we have the ollices of the country lo be given to the crowd that can get the most voles, and when one parly carries an election they shall proceed to turn out all the office holders and public servants of the opposite party in order that they and their friends may hold these offices and tlraw the salaries. To our mind this is a perfectly heathenish view of the nintter. Savage tribes in Patagonia might act that way. But that an educated gentleman in Kentucky can look upon government in this fashion is It surprise. This is the way we understand the matter. Tlir object ofgovcrmiinil is the welfare of all thepco- to fret .1 o get the best service from postmasters, customs officers, clerks, and the whole army of government workers, there must be stability in office. The man who is appointed must know that he is to be continued at least four years if his service is faithful and efficient. Political parties are to decide great matters of public policy. If it is a question between high tariff or low tarilT, the high tariff men organize a Republican party, the low tariff organize a Democratic party, and the one that gets the most votes will determine the policy of the govern- UNITED STATES NEWS IN House Passes Tolls Repeal Bill After 11 long hard struggle, II e House of Ilepresenlnllves voled to repeal Hie provision of (he Panama Canal Act exempting Amerio n es- sels from llio payment of till-"- , by a ole of 217 lo 1(51, a majority of 80 in support of iho Pre.sidenl's per smial plea. OUfi OWN STATE Homo's Vision of Peace Svlv ester Home, a member of Parliament, who comes lo America lo deliver the Heecher lectures al Yale, predicts a closer union between I be t 'niled Slates and Fiiglaud as soon us Iho Home Rule Hill is passed, will have Iho warm since this svuipalhy of lbe important Irish A VISITOR'S OBSERVATIONS lenient In Iho Fulled Stales, which The past week ha been dolight-full- y has alMis been resentful Inward spent in mid about Heron. It Fnulaud on account of Hie refusal of is the w'rlliT s good fortune to be a Hie demand of the Irish for Home near friend of Prof. Montgomery, Rule. your I S. Fan Demonstrator. Tho lie aNo sees a prospect for ulti by Hermany. few das together were largely mate disarmament spent on the road where wo had evand America, which will ery opportunity to meet those who bruit; about world peaee. are interested in better farms ami Standard Oil in China II Is certainly a farm methods. The Standard Oil Company has se- privilege you farmers are enrare Hi joying In have one so Interesting einv.l important coucessioiiii for ami practical to instruct you in the ileiiiineiil of the oil Helris of Chiin hotter and more sclent lllc ways of in Iho provinces of Shausi and Chi per cent of the shares treating our laud and making bel- lli. Fifty-liv- e ter crops which ip the end add joy is lo be I held by the Standard Oil hiily-seve- n ami one-ha- lf and pleasure to farm life. I .el usay C. and here it pas In heed tho instructions per cent by the Chinese government. I'lieir exclusive oil rights are lo run given by our government expert. for sixty years, and further, the The observations made ahoul the Auriciillurar Department of Herea coucessioii eveludes other foreigners II is worlli from exclusive oil rights anywhere College are interesting. any farmer' time lo visit same and in China. gel pointers from the real thing in Unionists Accept tho Federal Ida operation, rroiii the viewpoint of A proposition is brought forward a visitor and one interested in the b Kuglfsli leaders for Iho appoiir-ine- nl welfare of agriculturists in general, of a eonui'Hs'ou (o draw up a it seems thai you ought to prollt scheme for a Federal government much by these demonstrations, and for Finland, Scotland, Ireland and practice what you learn upon your Wales. This proposition out own acres. Thus cooperate and of he sharp antagonism lo the make your neighborhood a liltlo coercive features of the Ireland beller than that one across llio Home Rule Hill, which would comcreek or on the other side of the pel I s(r lo go out from under mountain. Fm:lisi rule against her wish, and C. II. Wertenbergor. submit to Unman Catholic domination. Waifs Who Btcim Famous. Sir Kriwarri Orey has declared thai Uo linvo IxfOino The tlt of vviilf I on; fatuous U "lie. It Include Sir the Kovernuieut does not iule::i to Henry Stanley. Queen Cntlierlne Hie us force o eoerce Ulster until a't r Good. Alexander it t ill li. ltoii lion. a general elect ion. This assurance beur. Kdgiir Allen I'm. Ituclicl. i.eo lias relieved the extreme tension of nanlo l.i Vln. l ml iljit-- Inn k un fur the situation. . r Five hundred f)omorrnls nf Scull ronnlv recently itclllloiicil lleprc senlatlvo J. Campbell Cnnlrill In ro remnsal from ofllco nf Post master Llewellyn F. Hlnrlnlr, llio lleniibllran incuinbenl. The follow ing response hiiK jnsl Immmi received: "In reply lo the request I beg I" say lliat for months I linvo insisted wllh the nulhuritles here Mini Mr. Sinclair and every oilier Republican postmaster in I In Seventh district lie reinovetl from nlllro, and II is no fault of mine Hint lliey have not been reinovetl. "Tim Polinaslor General has noll-llc- d iiirt ami other members of Congress thai llio postmasters In the coiutlry would bo permitted to serve out (heir term of nlllee unless charges of misconduct in ofllco If could be proseu iiKtifusl llioni. any Democrat has any chaws of misconduct to prefer against Mr. Sinclair or any other Republican in the public service I will be greally obliged if Ihey will submit il to me in wrillmt ti that I can llle Mm same General. Willi the Pojrima-de"I am sure that every Democrat in Scott roll nly knows that if I had inv way thai a (food Democrat would be holding every position In tho government service." (his .0,ooo.(00 will In- - expended for pensions. Between 0 and 7 per ronl of Hie ariull male population lost Iheir lives. This made n tola! of llfly-llv- e and llfly-eigthousand. en bl Crisis in Austria Tin1 Austrian government has been compelled lo allow the inhabitants of the province of Gallcia In migrate to other countries in search of employment, as large numbers in both lown and country are 011 the verge of starvation notwithstanding the elTorls of the authorities to relieve I he distress by public works. F.von .Miiiiii: men who have not performed military service are lo bo allowed lo leave the rniinlrv. The result is I hat llio emigration from (lalicia will double up this vcar. vi. Re, 11 Km-'lau- ment on that question and on all the other questions which are set forth in the platform. Hut when a political party has carried an election and put in office its own president and a majority of the members of Congress, has no right to upset the business the government offices by turning out faithful aitd of e vpericiicai workers. 1'or many years this "spoils system," as it is called, of turning out faithful government employees because they belong to one political party or the other has been a disgrace to America. Gradually we have been growing more like other civilized countries in making the positions of our public servants more permanent. The greatest men of all parties have approved this. All the recent Republican presidents have advocated this kind of "Civil Service Reform," as it is called that is, making it certain that faithful servants in government positions like post offices will be rewarded by continuance regardless of the political party to which a man belongs. Grover Cleveland as a Democrat upheld the same principle to a large extent and Woodrow Wilson is winning the applause of the world by his stand for "Civil Service Reform." He has to fight a wilderness full of unenlightened spoilsmen like Kentucky's Cantrill. McCreary in the Race was a nolablo day in Winchester. Gov. dames H. McCreary opened his senatorial campaign and made an eloipienl speech in which he Ihauked ami complimented the Clark county voters for (heir hearty support, in Hie past. .fudge Henlon also opened Iho session of Ihe Circuit. Court and delivSpeaker Clark, for nearly twenty- - ered a strong charge lo Ihe Jury lo I wo years a member of the House, invest igale recent (leclfon scandals. mnile Hie speech of his life lo fore- .ludge Henlon nlo charged the Jury stall what be termed "Umpicstion-able- , 011 Ihe mailer of houses of ill degeueral ion" of tho nation More "Moonlight Schools" lie failed, but he smoothed things The success of night schools in oxer wilh kindly words for his ad versaries, praise for President How an county lias led 1'ayetle Wilson ami an timpialilled denial of county o plan for schools of tho any vaulliiig nmhilioit on bis own same kind. There are about 1,000 illiterates in the counly and it is behalf. The bill is now in the Sonata Imped that these schools will do much (o decrease this large number. where the U'bt is renewed. Mrs. Cora Wilson Stuart, who' I. W. W. Fiaht New York Police started Ihe llowan Counly schools, While the Central Federated un has done a' great service lo the stato ion were holding a mass meeting in ami it is hoped thai many counties Union Sipiare, New Vork, to discuss will avail themselves of (be plans labor conditions and to denounce as she worked them out. the action or I he I. W. W., who have Louisville Fails to get Reserve Bank The efforts of Louisville business been parading the streets or the city and creating a general disturbance, men to secure one of the new Fedthe f. W. W. assembled under red eral llcN'rvo Hanks have been un banners and prepared Tor a parade. successful. The cities chosen wero: Trouble began, and soon live hun- Hostoii, Xew York, Philadelphia, dred eily police and detectives swept Cleveland, llichinond, Va., Allanlh, iulo the mob with clubs and arrested Chicago, SI. Louis, Minneapolis, a number or llio leaders. Kansas City, Dallas, Tex., and San .Monday e. Virtue the Hope of the Race By Prof. John F. Smith (Continual from Uut Wk) 11 1 1 11 aa Mtwi-sAll tlieo ivciv lioiiiclci. Royalty Expensive Guests children children who If left lo tlielr The French KONorumcul has asked fate would iiiKloiilihslly Inive drifted Intusvll iih. Iiisteuil llicy lme the Parliament for a grant of llvPco mid glory to tlielr names mill lo pay the expenses for Iho bare eoiitrlliulrd to the knowledge of forthcoming oillcial reception in the world at lurgcfhroiigli the frultH Paris of King (Jeorge and Queen 01 ini'ir genius. Mary nl the lime of (heir proposed $$Q,-IHHl visit. CONTENTS THIS WEEK TREASURE HOUSED IN CABIN fortune. Tbelr friends besought the aged couple to leave some porson In charge of their home that their furniture PAGE 2. The Bachelor's Kastcr. Wealthy Voyager Works as Sinker. might be guarded, but their faith In human honesty Is so atrong that they declined to employ a custodian. PAGE 3. Mountain Agriculture. The furniture of the Clcophaa houseCollage Oarden Possibilities. hold waa brought to Wyoming by ox Trees Help Public Health, teams In the early sixties. It origiflood Roads. nally was Imported from Franco and Sunday School Lesson. for more than a century was used by the Cleophas family In PennsylPAOE 4. Heiva News. vania, College Items. Several of the plocoa date from the PAGE S. Faster Festival in Crete. reign of Louis XIV. The house also Prohibition Convention. contains valuable pointings and other art treasures, all freighted across the PAGE C. The Maid of the Forest, plains when Mrs. Cleophas, a Penn(continued) sylvania belle, came West aa a brldo Short Story Making of a Man. before a railroad bad penetrated the region of the Missouri river. PAGE 7. Faster Candy. Three yeara ago Mrs. Cleophas, who The Garden at Nazareth. yot retains much of the beauty which Daddy's Hcdtimu Story. made her tho toast of a stato In her PAGE 8. Pociu-T- I. Kdilnrial What is a Political Party For? ard Oil in China. World U. S. News House Passes Tolls Repeal Hill. Ky. Falls to del Reserve Hank. Caulrill Would Oust Republicans. Virtue the Hope of the Race, Prof. Smith. PAGE News-StandNews-Louisville Priceless Art Furniture In Wyoming In Log Hut Wild Owned by an Aged Couple. nig Ptoey, Wyo. Unguardod In a rough old log cabin on the Q roe 11 rlTcr, near thla place, li household furniture for which It Is probable an antiquary would b willing to pay a ho Kaslcrn Kentucky Nows. Vision of tho Child. youth, became blind. Whllo In California the may submit to an operation which possibly will restore her sight Human her child hul will give In il a weak- 'ened body that is more liable to Lives, It is iinporlanl that you know succumb to tho same disease. If a something about things thai weaken1 oilier '''iks it does not always human beings and cause so many mean that Ins child will liavo a hapless children lo be born into life- (hirst for alcohol; bill the child is It is a terrible thing liable to inherit a weak constitution long misery. for a human soul to be taken away and weak moral nature thai may before ils lime. It is an awful bring untold misery upon itself and crime for one man to snuff out the disgrace upon its friends. A father life of a fellow man and send him or mother who sulTers from any suddenly into (he great beyond disease thai weakens tho body for where he will enter prematurely long periods of time may lint! that iulo the realm of his destiny. Hul Iheir children have weak bodies il is a thousand times worse to he thai cannot withstand tho ravages responsible for bringing into life a of the numerous diseases that kill. human being thai was doomed be- V011 must also become awaro of this fore its birth to a life of pain and iinporlanl fact; if tho particular orsorrow, that can live at best only a gans of I he body (hat arc directly porlion of a wholesomo life, thai responsible for bringing n new lifo can never perform all the functions inlo being become diseased or weakthat a normal man or woman was ened in any way, the lifo that created lo perform, and thai must springs from this sourco will not lake chances on being swept away have so goixl a lighting chanco as inlo an uncertain eternity long be- Hie life (hat springs from the fore the average span of human life drongest and healthiest parents. A II is terrible faulty grain of corn will not prolias been reached. "iiough lo destroy a life; it is many duce the healthiest kind of ear. A 'hues more lerrible to damn a lui-u- deformed peach seed will not prosoul lo such misery in this duce a strong tree. Diseased wheat life that nature Will have to de- will not produce n good crop. I restroy the bligbled thing to keep it member when I used lo work on tho from contaminating Die other lives farm and planted corn I was taught that she has selected lo perpetuate by my father to look always for tho In the great, impartial healthy ear for seed. If one ear was the race. court of nature where justice is al- found wilh the least parliclo of ways given, no other punishment is smiil about it, it was thrown aside. smut is n disease that injures ocr inllicled so terrible as the pun- The grain so that it cannot produce the ishment that is meted out to tho man or woman who is personally a healthy stalk nmt an abundant responsible for bringing into lifo yield. If wo selected poinding to a diseased and blasted child. Na- plant we laid aside nil those thai ture will kill tho diseased thing hail any sign of potato scab for wo had learned thai these would be Mioner or later. She will attack it with scrofula', with bronchitis, with likely lo produce diseased potatoes. Now something very like this is consumption, with other diseases till il is removed from among men. true in human life. Healthy parIf (he diseased and weakened child ents have healthy children hut dislives nature determines thai il shall eased parents usually linvo disnot perpetuate ils llko very long eased children. Vou must not supand usually slops (he reproduction pose that all diseased and ilofnrmcd children are born of diseased parafter Hie third generation. Von are aware that there aro ents. They are not. Sometimes naAn epileptic many kinds of illness that weaken ture lias accidents, the body and make it susceptiblo child may be born of healthy parlo disease. A consumptive mother ents andvu neurotic child may bo or a inoijier in excellent health. will uol transmit consumption to born IV. Things that Blast J au (Continued on pa go Four.) as follows: of Iho western boundary of the following counties: lloone, Grant, Scott, Woodford, Jessamine, Garrard, Lincoln, Pulaski and .McCreary, lo be included in the Cleveland district, and tho remainder of the slate to he in the St. Louis district. The capital of the Cleveland bank will be j?ll.(12l,r,.r, and of the SI. Louis bank, .fi,2l!),:ii'l. Trained Nurse for Negroes The colored people of Henderson are (he first in the sfale to have a district I rained nurse of their own. They have raised a fund for tho Historic St. Augustine Swept by employment of a nurse and the Tu- -. berculosis Commission at its meetFire ing Thursday oled lo appropriato St. Augustine, tho oldest city in $10 Iwo months to increase . tlie United Slates, was swept by lire April 2nd destroying llvo tourists The commission decided lo conhotels, records ami curios dating tinue .Ihe health exhibit car indefihack lo the days of Spanish rule in nitely. It was decided to I lie sixteenth century. wilh Iho Stale Hoard of Health in ils hook worm campaign hy sendBaby Congress In Washington ing Miss Marian Williamson to lecThe third international congress ture on tho care and prevention on the welfare of tho child is to bo or tuberculosis in counties whero 7. held in Washington April tho health authorities aro conduct.Nino national organizations, repre ing Iheir campaign. sentatives from the principal for Kentuckian Named for Army Post eign countries and delegates ap The Secretary of War has selectpointed by the several stales of tho ed Mai. Gen. William T. Wother-spoo- n union will lake pari in the congress. lo succeed Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood as Chief or SlalT of tho UnitProhibition in the Navy ed Stales army, and Brig. Gen. Hugh Secretary Daniels of tlTe navy has L. Scott to be assistant chief of staff. given an order which prohibits tho Gen. Scotl, who will soon bo use of nicotinic liquors at the olll- lo Major General, was born cers' mess, 'and bars all alcoholic and reared in Danville, Ky. Ho i3 liipiors from every ship and shore the son or the late Itev. William M. station of the navy. This order was Scolt and (he issued upon tho suggestion of Sur or Benjamin geon General Hraisted. It is expected that Gen. Wolher-spoo- n will retire next .November and Joe Cannon for Congress that Gen. Scolt will succeed him. Helieving that O'Hair cannot stem Gen. Scolt has shown himself to bo the tide of Progressive sentiment, e.xecutivo Uncle Joo Cannon has announced bis an olllcer of unusual ability and lino maintained tho high intention to enter the race for re military standard of Kentucky. election to congress from tho EightReveals Gang of Safe Blowers eenth Illinois district. John P. Carney, chief of DetecHe says, "Tho people of tho dis tives al Louisville, has trict always havo been sorry they capturing a man whomsucceeded in bo tinned me out of oflico and il is at lo be a member of a largo believes gang of Hieir insistence that I am a candi safe blowers. The captive, Joseph date again." I.esstec, alias Frank Fisher, led Carney a chaso through Louisville, Underwood Wins Over Hobson Indianapolis and St. Louis, where After one of the most spirited po ho was dually taken. litical struggles experienced in Ala Post olllce receipts, money order bama, Oscar W. Underwood tri receipts and express cheques showumphed over llicliard I1. Hobson in ing where shipments of Jewelry and the Democratic primary contest for money wero mndo from different the nomination to (he United Stales cities to the "New York olllce" are Senate. in tho possession or Cbior Carnoy. This evidence, it is believed, will Laws Against Beggars. Pegging whs a mpltal often so In unearlh a ring or safe blowers and Bligluml In the days of Henry VIII.. yeggs more commercialized than when the laws were very severe any mercantile organization in the against heggnrs. and under a statute country, passed hi that relgu any one ruught Faithful Negro begging for tho Hint time, lielug ne. Charles Hcdder, Hie oldest former tber uged nor Inllrm, wit vhliicl at slave in Frankfort, was buried FrikcciiimI the cart's tall. If caught or the master whom time his cur wax nllt or (Hired through day by Ihe side with a Imt Iron. If cinight a tlilrd time ho had .served faithfully as a slave he siitTercd death ax felon unless ami clung lo after bis emancipation. some honest person having CIO In He was 70 years old ami before the goods or 10 MhltlhigM In land or xoino war belonged to Hie family or llio householder approved hy the Justices Into .1. H. Williamson. He remained would take the onViiiler Into Ills serv- in Ihe service or Iho family until ice for (wo xciirx, entering Into a honil his death. His request that ho bo of 10. So the law of Knglaml remain- laid beside the grave of "Olo Marso" ed for hi sty j en in. was granted. All of Ihe Lieutenant Governor and Wifo to Work in Factory Harnilt O'Hara, Lieutenant Gover nor of Illinois, is making a trip to Now Kngland mill towns and later lo the Smith, wild bis wire, to study labor conditions or girls. They will both secure work in ractories where (bey will perrorm duties as other workers. After a four months' dnir, O'Hara will go on Ihe stump for tho senatorship, basing his campaign for Senator from bis stale on what he thinks is the most important question before the country (he necessity for a federal minimum wage law. I'rancico. Kentucky is divided slate eat tho-fund- 22-2- pro-mol- ed on 11 11 Pane Two. lUE CITIZEN. YOUNO, BUT DISCREET. A certain man who lives in a suburban town In North Jersey Is no beauty. Ho is not only long and angular, but has a face and a complexion that are neither pate blue, sky yellow nor any other color that dress effect will attune to. says tho Indianapolis News. One day the nforesald party called to sec an acquaintance and whllo waiting for him to appear In the parlor was entertained by the little son. "Well, what do you think of me?" asked the caller, after conversing several minutes. Instead of replying, tho boy turned aside and thoughtfully hung his head. "You haven't answered me," smilingly persisted the caller. "Aren't you going to tell me what you think of me?" "No, sir," returned tho youngster, "IX) you suppose that I want to get a licking?" April 0, loll. The Citizen a family WORKS AS A STOKER FATHER AND FRIEND nswipaptr for ill that It right, tru and Interesting. pvbll.lml rrery ThnrUy t liftra Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Iimirporntrill WM. G. FROST. Editof-n-CM- f Wealthy Voyager Shovels Coal to New Testament Has Given Us a Keep in Health. Revelation of God Which Stands to Reason. Traveltr Pays His Pasnge, but Likes (lod expressed In the Ideas Chemical Engineer's iythe literature,or the monuments aud the Exerda Operations During Two Years temples and Images of modern India Passed In Argentina Forest. or China, or of ancient Egypt, Greece and other nations seem so absurd you have to work sometimes Now York.--Wh- en e cannot help laughing In a tropical region It Is necessary to at them, let us remember they aru keep your body In tho best possible the Ideas of people who never saw the trim, according lo A. It. Chandler, a New Testament and they wero for chemical onglneci Just back from the that reason Ignomut of the beautiful Argentine Republic. That Is why Mr revelation It contains of tho real Chandler says hi makes a practice character and work of God. In the perevery day of passing coal In the ship's son and teaching and the tervlce to stokehold. On the way across to humanity of Jesus Christ. Europo from lluenos Ayrcs, and all I!rn some of the Jews who called the way across from Southampton, Mr Iheinaelves God's people, nnd deChandler says he spent two hours as well aa they knew how every afternoon stripped to his under- scribed him of the Old Testament, havo In portions garments, shoveling coal Into the given us some views about our lleav-enlalthough he had paid for his Father which distinctly provi passage. they did not know what thev were lu which only way "It's the know talking about. Some of their notions you can keep yourself hard as nails about were so vague. Imperfect, untruu on a sea voyage," said Mr Chandler and repugnant they are without at tho Hreslln, "and It's easy to get tide of value except as the privilege If you cultivate the ac- by what a painful eiperlence man apquaintance of the chief engineer of proached the light the ship. Need New Testament. "I have Just been spending two who deThe men, for example, years, up In the Chaco. or forest region, of Argentina." said Mr Chandler. scribe God aa commanding women and "I have been working for an American children to be treated with tho utcompany, which recently sold out to most cruelty, vulgar and barbaric a Herman conrern. We were engaged shame, nnd all for hi glor, certainIn getting quebracho wood, which Is ly needed a New Testament a much used for tanning That district Is In as any heathen One reason for the belief of milthe extreme north of tho country, and to rench it you have to travel S00 lions In the divinity of Jesus Is found miles on a narrow gauge railroad and In the fact that he has given us a then on pony bark the rest of the mm elation of God which stands to way There are plenty of wild In- renton The God he ha taught us dians up there, though for the most to see and love and worship and obey part, as far as foreigners are con- and serve la like a father, a friend, a cerned, the halfbreetls. who are a comforter and a helper In every time mixture of Italian and Indian, are of need. A God who knoweth our more dangerous, na they are up to all frame and remembers we are but duat A king who docs not goern with an sorts of tricks. "The wild Indians, who are a branch everlasting club always In evidence, of the Guuranls. hate the Argentinian but he leadvth ua In the paths or for his name sake troops and It Is easier for n commla. ' I and my Pather are one," said sario of iollce to handle them than Would you know what God Not Jesus. for a commandant of aoldlers He seems to ask Sen' And long before I left that region a band Is like of 200 of them attacked the town of he feeda the multitude at the close of Ombu one night nnd killed between a weary day aa they are all seated on 10 and 15 of the garrison of CO men a green hlllafdn. and as If to show These Indians are well armed and get how- - our Father In heaven answers our their living by hunting a sort of otter dally prayer "Give us our bread " and killing the beautifully plumaged Between the Sinner and Death. birds of that region for their feathers. And Jea.ua stands between the sinTwo or three days after the attack ner and those who would stone ber on Ombu, another American and to death and reveal God as telling went out Into the Jungh on a hunt and men to look Into their own hearts, and band thluk ot their own guilt and after slept within 100 yards of tho that had made the raid, and we were that lift the scale and weigh all hunot molested, Yet If soldier had dared man faults. venture Into the Jungle they wouli Ilecause the Justice of our God I have been pot shot. the kind of Justice that gtte a chance "The Argentine government Is try to all who have done wrong and are Ing to have those forests cut down at sorry and will promise to do better fast as possible In order that the wa And Jesus on the crosa glvea ua an ter may drain off better, so that th of the patience of fatherregion may be turned Into a cattle hood which, having loved, will love That, however, will take unto the end. Aud ao through the country many years agea faith haa deepened that our Lord "Many Germans are trading In that domonatrated what he was by what part of the rountry Their custom Is to he did. One of the first Illustrious take a store of simple groceries and converts who with all of hla learnmerchandise and go up the Parana ing and social prestige acknowledged river In a small launch, trading their Jesus aa his Saviour thus confessed, stock for otter skins, puma skins and itabbl, we know that thou art a aigrettes. The Indians also shoot teacher, come from God, for no on many monkeys for their skins, which can do the things thou dost unless are bought largely In Europe for mak. God be with him" Itev Frederick E. ) 1 RUTHMrAIX.OIR. REN HOLLANDER. Edilr CirtuUtion Mr. eight-year-ol- d Subscription Ratos r.W.MU.H IN ADVASCK One Vnr . Monlha. sii Thttr Monlh t"ot-otTi- JI DO to SJ at Hptt .Money nil money by Onttr Iiraft. RrgUlertd Utter otoneatid two tent tami. Viowa lo The date after your name on i pa I If It l not what dale your tlianieit within thtee week, after renewal notify ua Miwlni nutulier wilt I gladly iip)lieU if vie re notified. Liberal lerm gtren to any ho nbtai.i new Any one tending u four m.crtptlon for jearly utwcrtption.can reteueTI'e Llt ien l.ee forhfraolf for one )enr AdtertMng tale on application MFMnr.a T REALLY was a beautiful hat. Alone winIn Madam's dow, flanked on one side by a wisp of wblto veil, and on the other by a tnauve parasol, it a. Know I I Trfd It On Onee." or needed no further emphasis of its spring loveliness. On an impulse Cunningham went in and bought It. He murmured something about a mythical Bister, KKNTt'CKV PRESS ASSOCIATION and madame accepted the explanation placidly. So the hat was sent homo, TIME TO GET. and was enthroned on a little tablo Nd Whiskey Advertisements! In the alcove of Cunningham's sitting No Immodest News Items! room, a monument to masculine, folly, and a temptation to little Anno. Little Anne was the landlady's ACTIVITIES OF WOMEN niece; she was eighteen, and she had come Into Cunningham's lino of Tlslon There are 3.107,231 widow In the for several years, simply as a slim United States. child, with dark braids hanging down her back. In Persia carpet wearing la done When she finished school she helped exclusively by women. her aunt with the lighter housework, and it was thus that she discovered Housewives 'purchase $225,000,000 the hat. She tried It on, and awoke lovely lady." "Suppose you are the lovely lady?" ' for the first time to a knowledge of worth of food each year. "Oh, please" her beauty. "Oh, llttlo Anne, listen." Ho carao A woman can Jump 62 per cent, of tho distance a man can. Down in the kitchen little Anne over and took her hands in his. "When was still at work. Her aunt was sick; I was a boy I used to make up a Princess Mary of Englaud is mak- Cunningham's breakfast rolls wero story of a dream lady who lived ing a collection of pagun gods. yet to bo made; it was midnight, and among tho violets on the bank of a llttlo stream. No it seemed to her that she bad washed clear ever fitted In until real woman I saw your has Of the 737 women who took exam- dishes since dawn. inations last year for positions as In the morning, when she took up face Just now" And so it came about that in the Percy Dearest, let me be the star sorters In the llritlsh' postal depart Cunningham's Sunday breakfast of ment, 659 qualified, out of which num- - sweetbreads and bacon, she apolo- Joy and beauty of the Easter morn- of your life. gized for the heaviness of the rolls. ing they went to church together, Peggy You'd better go, Percy. I ber 70 were given appointments. "I'm not very good at such things," and Cunningham, kneeling somewhat hear father approaching. awkwardly beside little Anne, had his Percy Oh! but 1 feel brave tonight. Miss Lena Haltzz of Pocahontas, she said. moment I shall be your star, even If he dons Ark., has demonstrated that a woman "Yes" absently. Then as she (Copyright,ofbyresurrection. Literary Prcao.) come. Associated can be Just as big a success as a turned to go he called her back. "Oh, Peggy Yes, but you will be a flxod farmer as a man for she cleared CHIEF SPONSOR FOR REUNION. $222.15 from star. Better travel on your orbit of an acre I one-tent- They laughed like a pair of children. Then out or the following silence he satd slowly, "Do you know why I was going to havo those people to tea all of the pretty ladlesT" "So." "I had a fancy or rather my friend Carpenter suggested it that I let them try on tho hat, and tho one who was loveliest In it that I choose " a wlfo that way '"Oh!" All the Joy went out of her face. Tho curtains swung back, revealing her shabblness. ' Oh, but you wouldn't." "You child," ho tried to say It lightly, but his soul cried to him, "Man, you havo found her!" Ills eyes as he watched her fold up the veil and lay the hat away gave no hint of the knowledge that had como to him. "Aren't you going to wear It?" ho demanded. "It wouldn't fit In with tho rest of me. No, I'll leave the bat for your Indiscriminate Phrase. "What's this!" oxclalmed the sensational editor "Story about a woman who put a few people to considerable trouble," said the reporter. "Hut you haven't Identified her." "We couldn't learn her name." "What difference does that make? Not knowing hpr name would not prevent you from referring lo her as a prominent society mowan, would It?" dlacg ir 1 of ground. while you have time. Miss Corlne Hampton, of South Caroline, Appointed by General Bennett H. Young. A Reason. "We don't like th.) new pamon'i wife," They said with fume and fui; "For abe'a aa atyllati. bet your life. As all the real of ua." For the first time in the history of Switzerland a woman has been called to the bar. She Is Frauleln LIU Zgra-gedaughter of a Ilernese lawyer, and passed all the necessary qualifying examinations. Of the 7,000,000 women In the United States who are engaged in occupatloss, 40 per cent, are in our kitchens, 23 per cent, in the factories, and of tho whole years number are under twenty-on- e of age. one-thir- d Jacksonville, Kla. pointing Miss Corlne lumbla, S. C, chief confederate reunion, 6-- In ap- -' Hampton, of Co--I sponsor for the From Bad to Worse. to be held here "Won't you be very, very happy May Inclusive, Oen. Bennett II. when your sentence Is over?" cheer-full- y Young, commander-in-chie- f of the Uniasked a woman of a convict In ted Confederate Veterans' association, prison. recognized one of the most famous "I dunno, ma'am, I dunno," gloomfamilies of the south. Miss Hampton ily answered the man. "You don't know?" asked the womis a daughter of Hon. Q. McDuffle an, amazed. "Why not?" "I'm in for life." Looking Forward. "Mrs. Twobhle's little boy la employed now In tho office of a steel (Special) MUSINGS OF A GRASS WIDOW It is not the most Intense love that lasts the longest the fiercest blaze is the most easily burned out. nearer to the understandlng of a woman than to un- by the way, I'm going to telephone derstand that he cannot understand to some friends to como over to tea I this afternoon. And I want some lltber. tlo cakes. Your aunt makes such When a woman turns her "scorch Jolly ones, with pink and white coming glance" upon a man, quite natur- fits." For a stunned moment she stood ally it makes him "hot under the coland looked at him. Then she flung lar." out her hands in a passionate gesNo, I was not Jealous of the other, ture. "Oh," she said, "I don't believe in woman. I ktitiw the little uncontented I think thing he called bis soul was Incapable giving 'teas on Sunday everybody ought to have a little rest of love. I had planned to go on Sunday. Yes, there was one patient and en- out somewhere for the whole day during husband. Adam never com- I've worked in that dark kitchen plained of his mother-in-laor of his until I can't breathe. And you livo up bar with your violets and your wife's extravagance in dress. pretty things, and let other people After innrriapn tnAti ftrn,M hjlr slave for you." wives to take their love for granted I As the last flaming word burned a lot of good it does to know the sun ' Into his consciousness, she stumbled is in the heavens when the rain is . over the threshold and was gone! Cunningham stood In tho middle of pouring down. the floor, and said to 'himself, over It takes an expert to detect the dif and over again, "Oh, you selfish pig, ference between flirtation and "the fou selfish pig." Presently be went downstairs and real thing," Just ub It takes an expert to detect the difference between the found her in the kitchen with her head on the fable, crying. imitation and a diamond. "Oh, look here," he said, awkwardly, "you mustn't. You go out and THE GENTLE CYNIC. have a good time" She seemed such a child that be The spendthrift wears bis purse on obeyed au Impulse to comfort ber as his sleeve. he would a child. "Put on your hat and have a ride Many a fellow who Is crooked goes with me. My car will be around In straight to the bad. a fow mluutea." "Oh, I mustnX" The average man's moat vulnerable "Nonsense." pot is his pocketbook. "But you should see my bat It's ancient." The man who kicks himself goes Ills Inspiration seemed bearenborn. back on his best friend. "I have a lovely one upstairs." "I know I 1 tried It on once." Wo all have an aim lu life, but most 'Try it on again and let me see." of us are mighty poor marksmen. For a moment she hung hack, then tallowed him upstairs. Curtains of It's a good plan to stand your silvery green bid the alcove. She ground, but be sure you have some. went behind them and called back, We all know that wealth brings "May I wear the veil?" happiness; that Is. we know It from "Wear anything." hearsay. Then, all at once, her voice cried, "Look, oh, look at me," and with a A woman can solve the secret of a quick gesture she parted the silvery happy married life by simply spend- curtalus, drawing them about ber ing more money with the butcher than again, so that her old skirt was with the milliner. No man can como I I ! She Tried It On. ssssPr I ' Miss Corlne Hampton, Columbia, S. C. Hampton, of Columbia, and a grand daughter of the late Wade Hampton, one of South Carolina's most able, conspicuous and daring bout. In the course of a letter tendering the lion or to Miss Hampton, Gen. Young said "Wade Hampton U a name that con' Jures all confederate. There Is no honor that the Btirvivlug confederates could do to his descendants that they would not he willing to bet tow." Tho position of chief sponsor Is the highest social position that can he be stoned by the Confederate Veterans' association, as the young lady who Is tendered the appointment Is queen of the reunion. Miss Hampton Is one of the beautiful young women of the southern states, accomplished and widely known. ing gloves "Them Is a lot of good shooting to "Yes. And Mrs. Twobble says that when he gets to be president of tho be had In the Chaco. Almost any Suncompany she expects to spend all her day I could go out on a cow pony, accompanied by an Indian, and stir up a winters In Cuba." bunch of 200 wild pigs. They are dangerous to deal with, unless you shoot All fip -P.ir.. ,t ( a a ii- - n nltura nf thu P.9I.A at tho last ten or so. If you happen Palace at The Hague. I wish my wife to hit the leader, the whole lot will and I eould get the Job of caretakers." attack your pony with their long I could Almost Invariably "They wouldn't allow any man to tusls. count upon losing a dog to them. live there with bis wife." "I used to see Tex Itlckard, former "Why not?" ly well known In the pugilistic world, "It's a peace palace," often In I'ruguay, He told m he was not sending his cattle out to this marFitting Herself. "Marriage Is a serious business. ket as yet. He Is trying to fatten them Are you preparing yourself to be a up and get his beef "streaked" like American cattle before shipping them, good housekeeper, my dear?" "Argentine Is growing toward the "Ob, yes, grandma. You ought to see the house gowns I am having north rather than toward the south, for tho reason that no many of her Inmade." habitants came from southern Kuropo. and seek the warmer parts of tho WHAT WINKLE DID, country when they come down thoru to settle. Most Of the Italians that are now entering the country do not stay In lluenos Ayres. In some of the Interior towns they preponderate over other nationalities. In the town of Santa Fe they constitute 70 per cunt of the population. "I did not find the Indians dangerous, personally. They make lots of threats to kill, but none ever got further with me than to draw a knife." magnate." "His first Job, eh?" Hopkins, FOUND HAPPINESS IN CHRIST Early Followers of the Saviour Looked to Assured Victory Over Evil, and They Achieved It. With "the sentence of death In themselves the early Christians faded the world, and astonished It by more than tlyjlr "stubbornnes." They were the most essentially happy permle ot the day Jeaus waa their hopielr sufficiency was ot God, their fflrmc were written In heaven, they were full of love for all men they had "become little children," a Jesus put It, glad and natural. Jesus brought them Into a new world of possibilities. A conduct that ancient moralists dared not ask, the character of Jesua suggested, and the lovo of Jesus made actual. "I ran do all things," said Paul, "In him that strengtheneth me." They looked to assured victory over evil and they achieved It. "This Is tho victory that has overcome the world our ralth," Very soon a new note Is heard lu their words. Stoicism was never "essentially musical;" Eplcetua announce a hymn to Zeua, but he never stnrts the tune. Over and oVer ugaln there Is a sound of singing In Paul- - as lu the eighth chapter of Romans and the thirteenth of First Corinthians, nnd It repeats Itself. , . . ROYAL FLUSH BRINGS DEATH The Holy Spirit was a glad spirit, and gladness Joy In the Holy Spirit was Now Orleans Man Believed Slain by the secret of Christian morality Man He Beat In Poker -- I In the Infant Class. teacher in a Protestant mission school on the lower west side was 7. . . . her class of four and to recite In unison the Twenty-thir"Speaking of secretive people, young Psalm. When the llttlo folk came to the "surely goodness Wlnklo is certainly the limit." "What's the explanation?" nnd mercy shall follow me." etc., she "I saw him mall a souvenir post noticed that some one was In error, but wus unable for some time to de-- , card this morning marked personal." tect the ono who was dopartlug from Another Varlaty. the text. Tiptoeing softly down the To find a rhyme for tango aisle with hr ear Inclined first on on Puts me In a plckl. You side and then on the other, she came Perhaps may name tba manga. , gray-eyelittle miss on a Hut that la a pickle, too. of four, who was cheerfully repeating Caution. a8 her phonetic version, "Surely the good Mrs. Murphy will follow me all "Mr. Henpeck, do you believe la tl story of Jonah and the whalsT the days of my life." "I don't know. Ill ask say wife" A curly-hairedd Our Father Always Ntar. pretty story of his childhood is told In Robert Louis Stevenson's autobiography He speaks of a day In his childhood when he accidentally locked himself In a dark room, Ho could not turn tho key to release himself, and he was In terror by reasou of Imagined enemies, until his father came to the door and called to him. Then he became quiet. In a llttlo while tho music of his father's voice made him forget hla surroundings and bis planter. terrors. And he actually enjoyed tho remaining time of his Imprisonment Mayor Balks at Pay. Mendota, 111. Because his pay has before the coming of tho locksmith. So we may bear terrors, difficulties, been fixed at 1C cents a day, Mayor dangers every untoward thing as Charles itogera goes on strllu. Ue wo remember that God is with us, wanU 300 a year. who speaks reassurlsgly New Orleans. With his head and the upper part of bis body filled with buckshot, Capt. William Collier was found dead lu his hermit's lodge. He was seated at a table and clutched In ono hand was a "royal flush." Opposite him was a "full house." He bad been playing poker and was evidently assassinated by the loser. The police are seeking his opponent in the game, believed to bo a sugar A Gams. JL April 0, 1PU. THE CITIZEN. In spring tho toll will need only thorough raking and leveling. Ono should prepare a garden bed Tcry much as a florist does his benches or his flats. The lower subsoil Is somewhat loose and coarse. Then the soil should be firmed ns It gradually comes to the surface. Firm Foundation Necessary, Money Saving Can Be Coupled Tho florist often uses a brick of With Abundant Yield floater for finning the soil. Next of Pleasure ho spreads his seeds upon this Pago Throo MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank S. Montgomery, Instructor in Animal Husbandry, nnd Special Investigator. rapidly passing Oals rorpilro damp, cool weather to innko n good crop, so if you do not got your crop in this week, NOTES Tlmo to sow oats is COTTAGE GARDEN INIlTMTIONAL POSSIBILITIES (ho prohiihllillcfl aro Dial you hotter not sow at all, hut save tho ground for corn or cowpcas. flrass and clover seeding liko oats must ho done early to insure success unless (ho ground is prepared especially for tho grass and clover anil not sown Willi wheat or oals. (Irass and clover (hat wero sown In February nnd early In March aro now ruining up lino. If you lisno not already sown your grass seed you should sow it nl once nnd follow with n light tooth harrow lo cover the seed. Harrowing tho wheat or ryo in early April Is usually a good practice, and so when you harrow in grass seed you will probably your yield of wheat or ryo several bushels per acre. Many people fear it will iiijuro tho grain all who try it are well sal-ijrwitli result?. Plan to sow some cowpcas with the com at time of last cultivation this j ear. They will pay big in at least two ways. They will furnish some very rich pasture for your shoals till corn and masL come. Thoy will greatly enrich tho soil for tho wheat or rye you expect to sow this fall. Many farmers raiso big crhul W crops of com on tho samo land year after year by sowing cowpcas in tho corn nnd ryo In tho fall for wlnlor cover crop with tho addition of acid plunphato fertilizer. About 20 of our farmers nrc spraying their orchards this year. As far as I know only threo did so last year. Next year a hundred or more will spray and have good marketable fruit if they do their work faithfully. Many hnvo pruned orchards and vines this year who never did so before. Pruning, spraying1 nnd cultivation of tho orchard aro all necessary for success. Don't gel in a hurry nnd turn ground when it is wet. Mow deep aro you plowing this spring? Set your clevis a couplo of hides higher nnd go an Inch or two deeper than over before. Don't you wish you had plowed last rail or winter so you would have time to clean up tho orchard and do a lot of other things you will have to neglect? How glad the poor caltlo aro lo see spring coining with the green grass. Will your cow havo to wait till Japan clover comes or have you some good rye, orchard grass, bluo grass and clover? ilaiso twice as many cowpcas this year and belter corn and you will bo able lo put up a silo in a few years anil do business worth while. minor crime, tn7n Info tlTe" world of graft and gangs. reformatories and prisons under tho present system operatu to keep him there, once he has been convicted. The remedy Is playgrounds, and more playgrounds. Philadelphia Is doing some work In this field, with Its recreation centers and playgrounds and gymnasiums. Hut the work cannot now reach half of those who need It. Money spent for Its extension Is a splendid Investment, bearing Interest In useful citizens rather than loafers and lawbreakers. SfiiMSaiOOL Lesson ny TREES HELP PUBLIC HEALTH asides Purifying the Air, They Help to Make Cooler Summer and Warmer Winter. Men and animals havo good reason for their fond nous for trees. It It not only because the trees add so much to tho beauty of our streets, or because tho attractiveness of fivers and lakes and even of the seashore depends largely upon the trees that we look They upon thorn as silent friends. help us In a more material way than with their beauty, great as that help Monuments In Poor Locations. may be. They add to our physical T'jc recently Issued report of the comfort and to our health. New York art commission contains Parrls T. Farwell, In his "Village following: Improvement," urges the necessity of the "From time to time there have ttm planting and caring for trees for been commission desake of the city's or Tillage's beauty signs submitted to the(chiefly statuary, of monuments and healthfulnt'sa. like) completely exThe side of (he street having the fountains and the most trees Is the popular side In sum- ecuted, with the bronze parts cast, the mer. That Is because It Is the coolest murbli! or granite cut and tho entire by about 20 degrees, Mr. Farwell tells monument ready to bo set up. Often us, for "a full grown tree sends out the entire work has been completed In a foreign country, with utter dis187 gallons of water through Its In which It Is leaves Into the air." Shading the regard to tho location ground also serves to moderate the proposed that the monument shall be placed. They are designed for an heat. And the air around the trees Is to say, for Is more pure. "The foliage takes In abstract location, that any location, but search for a carbonic acid gas. which Is poisonous location nearly always results suitable In failto us, and gives out oiygen, which Is ure. Indeed, Indispensable to healthful. "Most persons seem to have lost as." Medical authorities recognize that trees promote the healthfulness sight of the fact that many of the beautiful monuments of the past were deof a community. The tempering effect of trees on the signed for particular sites, and conseclimate Is not confined to summer. quently that the monument was made In winter they actually radiate heat. to fit Into lis surroundings. "Our American cities, having In In addition to their benefits as windbreaks when planted In clumps and most caaea no Important civic or religious centers, bare grown without groves. That It pays to havo trees In the any Intelligent or comprehensive plan, town and city and on the farmstead Is and monuments have been lodged here ah own by the fact that real estate on and there In streota and parks like In only a few Instances abaded streeUi and that on which driftwood. trees are growing sells for a better I are they definitely related to anything price. No little of the welfnro and in weir vicinity, so as 10 lorm pan or There la prosperity of town, city or country a comprehensive scheme. no more forlorn looking object than depends upon Its trees, "and there In the midmonument a direct connection between the, at- a granite green lawn. placed a foreigner It la tractiveness of the village or of tho dle of a home on the fnrm, nnd the lore, of the to all Its nearest neighbors. Recently be that citdtltena for their tillage or of thn It baa comebetobuilt recognized to a disaccording children on the farm for their home," ies should tinct plan, and that the various parts and objects in the city should bear a KEEP BOYS OFF THE STREET direct relation pot only to one another, but to their surroundings." Authority on the Subject Points Out How Playgrounds Help to Develop First Things to Be Considered. Useful Citizens. Health, beauty, and comfort stand higher than do tho rights of U land Addressing a Philadelphia audience, speculator. Ernest K. Coulter, who can qualify as Making Meat Ttnder. an authority on child problems, deA little vnit'giir rulihed on n Meak clared thnt more than half the cases brought before the children's court before it is fried or hroileil will ailil grow out of a thwarted desire for play. tO its tl'lllllTlll-i- -. If tilt' tx'l'f llllli-- l Very frequently the craving for exU touli. nil) it over with vitii'friii citement and adventure, which more , before putting; it in I lie oven uinl fortunate youths may gratify In ath- ' liiiste with water to which n tnhle-- I letic CQjQltits, .drive .Uie street hoy tp spoonful of vinepir lw Iteen If lioilmj; moat i iiuiitied In lie tough, mid n tCiimoMni of baking Mulii. Meat niny mIm he kept frtvli hy iniinersinj; it in Miur milk or hiittermilk uinl putting; it in it cool )hiee. Iline well before iirfinj'.-.'hiei- ijjo pressed or firmed soil. Then he takes a soil sifter nnd spreads a light coat of soli upon these seeds until they are CROP SELECTION IMPORTANT sufllclcntly covered. The depth of this dressing depends upon the size of the seeds, the smaller the seeds, the more GOVERNMENT AID FOR ROADS Many Beginners Disregard Limitations shallow tho dressing. This operation Progres- works well especially for smaller seeds Committee of Congress Expected to In Straining After Variety sive Harvest of Vegetables Is Pos- such ns lettuce and radishes when Make Favorable Report on sible Where season Is Watched and broadcasting the seed Is desired. Highways Measure. ( Planting Studied Advice on Putting In Seed. The question of federal aid for good roads looms large. A Joint committee of tho senate and houe, with 8cnator (F. W. Hofmann, Assistant HorticulIlournc, Oregon (tho father of tho( turist, College of Agriculture, Kenparcel post bill) chairman, la now Intucky State University, Islington, vestigating the entire subject with Kentucky.) every likelihood of a report being subOne would be surprised to know mitted favorable to the general prowhat a fair return ns well as a keen ject Tho main subject under InvescotplMsure can be procured from a tigation at presont Is the manner In tage garden. Gardens for convenience which federal aid when finally .forthhero may be classed Into truck, farm coming shall be distributed, whether and cottage gardens. This by no means to the states according to their popuIs an nrhltrary classification, hut It will lation, their area or the mileage of serve briefly and more directly In this their highways. In a recent magazine discussion. Danish Dry Weather Cauliflower. article Senator Dourno expressed himIn speaking of cottage gardens, we self as favornblo to a plan which Of course such plants as peas and will perhaps think of such gardens as shall combine all three of these elemay meet or supply the needs of the beans should be planted In rows only ments, Inasmuch as It would not be average housewife. If carried on and nnd can not be broadcast. As a matter fair to grant more aid to Rhode Island, managed properly, n garden can be a of fact, It Is always best to plant In for instance, than to Iowa, although conspicuous money-saver- , There are rows rather than In beds, but lettuce, the population of the former state Is times when there may be a long sup- radishes and vegetables for soups much larger than that of the latter; ply of a certain vegetable In the mar- nnd garnlshlngB can be planted with or more aid to Nevada, for Instance, ket and we can buy that vegetable satisfactory results In beds, especially than to Nebraska, although the former very much cheaper than If raised In when thero is plenty of water at hand state Is much larger In area than We our cottago garden. We can not hope latter; or to some state which has Succession of Crops Possible. already solved the good roade probto grow some vegetables as cheaply as season carefully, lem by If we watch thousands of miles of good the experienced and specialized vege- we enn have a the succession of crops roads, leaving a state with Impassable table trucker can. through most of the spring, summer highways suffering because of lack of Competition Not Advisable. and autumn, especially quite early and the necessary aid. In KenThe vegetable trucker has" more and late In fall. The With federal and and state aid both cheaper land, he grows on a larger tucky arc to often hot and dry thjjt Imminent, an Impetus Is being given scale, he has special help, he has facil- many vegetables do not thrive well In to road building greater than ever ities and tools for cutting down labor that season. So It Is best to fall back before. The statement le made that With all on the more certain seasons and make $500,000 a day Is being spent for good to a comparative minimum. of that competition staring us In the good during that time. roads in this country, but the general faco It would not be practical to grow As the size of the plot of ground Is consensus of opinion is that until crops. This refers to certain Increased, so one can diversify their wlthlu the last year or two results certain crops and to certain conditions. A planting accordingly. In a commensurate with this Immense exgarden one can have 8 four-foo-t householder may, through some Inpenditure have not been secured. genuity or peculiar Individuality think rows. The first row can be planted to There Is a feeling all over the country we asparagus; the second to rhubarb and that road building must be made as out a very efficient scheme-b- ut will consider this matter from an horseradish or artichoke-- ; the third to systematic and as scientific as railaverage householder's standpoint. hence the movement , radishes, followed by tomatoes; the road building, tor a state highway commission with plenary powers, and scientific supervision by expert engineers. Congress has already appropriated $500,000, to be distributed (10,000 to each etate. for improvement of stretches of road over which rural free deliveries aBBBBsWfriBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa operate regularly. The results of 'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsl aBBBBBBK'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBK . BBSBBBSM VaWSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl 'JbSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSB BBBBBBBSeTC f this appropriation will go a long way IsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBal BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlflLLLLLLV BBBBBBbK.'' to show whether or not the federal government will be Justified In making still greater appropriations and in going still more extensively Into this Important subject The secretary of agriculture and the postmaster-genera- l have both been ordered to loan their Influence to the Investigation, to tho end that actual facts may bo so that road building may be carried on In a practical manner. s ROADS ChlrRicd.) K, O. BKI.I.ICnH. Director of Kvenlnc Department, The Moody Itlble Institute, LESSON FOR APRIL 12 THE JOURNEY TO EMMAUS. (Easter tesson.) that shall condemn? It li Christ Jraua that died, yea rathfr, that was ral-from tho dead, who Is at the rlsht hand of Clod, who nln mikrth Interceaslon for us." Item. t:JI. la he I.RRRON OOt.DKN THXT-tu- ke TKXT--W- ho :U-3- HRHLHL Hbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb The Stone Tomato. A We turn aside today to consider as event the Easter lesson a In connection with tho several appearances of our Lord after his resurrection; ono of the many lnfalllblo proofs, Acts 1:3; I Cor. 15:4. The narrative of this Journey Is one of the most beautiful stories, simple, clear and of great value. It Is related, evidently, by an eyo witness. The Cleopas mentioned Is not the son of Mary, John 19:25. Tho name of the second pilgrim Is but a conjecture, though we somehow feel It was Luke himself. The Journey f miles was about seven and and most likely they were returning to their homes after the Passover. Somewhere on tho way a stranger Joined them who asked the nature of their conversation, and the cause of their evident sadness (v. 17). In astonishment, Cleopas answers, but the stranger continues and adroitly draws out their entlro story Interesting Progression. I. Their Disappointment, w. It Is all too evident that they did not expect a resurrection and that, filled with perplexity and discouragement they were on tho verge of despair. It Is Interesting In this lesson to observe the progression (1) "and they talked' v. 14; (2) "and thoy found not," v. 23; (3) "and they saw not," v. 24; (4) "and they constrained him," v, 29; (5) "and they knew him," v. 31; (6) "and they said the Lord Is risen," vv. 32, 34; (7) "and they told," v. 34. As they "talked" It was revealed that their loving hearts wore full of sadness and empty of faith, yet to talk Is often the only way to find relief from the gnawing of grief. Thero seem (v. 15 It. V.) to have been two opinions and In their slowness of heart and unbelief they did not recognize their new companion. In response to his query they told how this Jesus had been delivered, condemned, crucified, and then revealed that this was to them the end of all things, for said they, "We had hoped that It was he." Are we willing he should have part In our every converthey told the sation? Continuing amailjig tale related by the women and, moreover that their statement of an empty tomb had been verified by certain women who had gone to Investigate,, but In conclusion, they again reverted to their sadness by saying "They found his body." Cause of Sadness. well-knowone-hal13-2- ... ONE a "gapey chicken destroys the wormi nd tsvci the chick's life. A few ilropi In tlie drinking water dona I he ihtoit ol CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other cblck dlieaiee. Bourbon Poultry Cure Hakes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultrr raUer should keep bottle of thle medUlne on hand. Write fur free sample and booklet so Dltcaiea of Fowls." Address, MVHM IEME0T COMMIT, ItilBflsa, If. Ono 50c Bottle of cottage garden averages less than fourth lettuce, followed by okra or half 100 by ISO feet, some being less than peppers and halt egg plants; the fifth ten by tea feet, but seldom over an bush beans, and If the season permits, plot we both early and late; the sixth peas, acre. On a would not think of raising any crops both early and late. If season Is good; uch as potatoes, sweet corn or cab- seventh onions sown thickly and bage. It would be more profitable to thinned out for fresh onions, leaving raise a smaller andqulcker crop, such some for dry onions, at 3 to 4 Inches as lettuce, radishes, beans, peas and apart, nnd the last row to butter beans. some parsley for garnishing. Map for Larger Garden. Sense of Proportion Needed. In a plot 100 by 150 feet the followSuch vegetables must bo grown as ing vegetables may be grown: First will be !n keeping with your plot and row, asparagus; second row, rhubarb your facilities. If you havo a small and horseradish, allowing 6 feet beplot, then you must plant such vego- - tween the first and second row; third tables as require less room. As your row, winter onlonB; fourth row, radplot Is larger, so yon may plant pro-- , Ishes with onions; fifth row, lettuce portlonately those plants that require , with cauliflower; sixth row, beets; I seventh row, carrots, parsley and aioro room, ' salsify; eighth row, string beans, both early and late, It seasonable; ninth, peas, both early and late, If season permits; tenth, butter beans; eleventh, ,okra; twelfth, peppers; thirteenth and fourteenth, early tomatoes; fifteenth sbbbbbbbKXbbbbbbbbbBbM I and sixteenth, late tomatoes; seven-'- , teenth, early potatoes, followed by turnips; eighteenth and nineteenth, I early potatoes, followed by late cab-- ! bage; twentieth, early potatoes; twen-- ' early sweet corn and summer I squash (plant the squash every eighth Early Black Beauty Eggplant I twenty-seconfoot) ; early sweet The trouble Is, we often become a corn, and twenty-third- , early sweet little too enthusiastic at the beginning. corn and winter squash. except want order All of iuli., Wehave a all kindstruckseeds andout of should rows four feettho first and second regular garden to apart. be a small place. Wo buy a nickel's worth of this and then of that and so on until we havo enough to plant out BREEDING a truck farm, riant less, and conscrvo your enthusiasm through-out the whole season. Oct as much (T. R. Dryant, Superintendent of Agriculture Extension, Kentucky Experiout of a plot of ground as you can, .loiirunl ment Station.) but don't try to put a 'bushel In a peck. Many disappointments have come to I St. Peter's. Rom. Planting Advised. Early amateur poultry raisers or to farmers St. I'eter's. Itouie. wus three mill a It Is advisable for every grower to half centuries In construction, nnd dur- plant such crops as bring quick re-- who navu attemnted to lmnrnvH hlr (ew fowIg or eggg flock. by buylnK ing till time forty-threpoK-- reigned suits. Thero Is nothing more whole-0- f a breed that Is supposed to bo made some and nothing hailed with more up f flnu layers. It should bo remem-dollgh- t than nice early, fresh lettuce bered that the strain is of more Inland radishes. Don't be afraid to tret portance than tho breed. For example, theso crops In oarly. Just as soon as an extra good laying Brahma will lay the soli Is workable In the spring, ioro eggs that a poor laying Leghorn. Oulrklr nllMM nbeemetlia. Sore Mm neurtuu, vaceethe, Even If a spring freexe should come a ; jn buying eggs or fowls we should In- Ipalae. tour mvorr kack it It telle t re- VOQt U little later, these crops will ward off qulro Into tho record of the ancestors m "lave ear ache la anr Bart of toe Oileto touautae time. these apparent checks. and should purchase from poultrymen i rice toe At All DruggM. i Maale e4 alrmlar etal m mumu This reminds ono that the soil who have used the trap nest and asOUUfcON REMEDY COMPANY, Lukigtea. Kf, 341 bet Mala St., should have been fertilized and spaded certained that tho stock sold Is from or plowed tho previous fall. The soli, parentage of high producing power. It treated In this manner will be In a Tho observance of this rule will save good, triable, physical condition. Then much expense aud disappointment f I t, . good-size- FOWLS 1 I e I DEVICE Evidently the Journey was continued and he gently rebukes them for their Machine Invented by Idaho Man la slowness of heart to believe the recSimple In Construction Fills ord of their own prophets. All sadHoles, Smoothing Road. ness, practically, arises from unbelief In the Word of God, Phil. 4:6. 7; A device for road Itom. 8:28-32- . He interpreted to them building baa been Invented and pat- the true Messianic teaching of their ented by Hugh G. Taylor of Buhl, own scriptures. He charges them with Idaho. The machine Is simple In con- folly not to believe "all" of the record struction; It Is a drag, constructed of (v 25). True wisdom is not that of a piece of sheet metal four feot long, skepticism which cuts out portions four Inches wide by a Quarter of an of the word, but according to Jesus, Inch thick, says a writer in the West-- 1 It consists in believing all of the em Farmer. It Is attached by means Scriptures. At last they reach of rods to either axle of a wagon or still, let us remember, not knowing who It Is walking with them. The road beyond was dangerous and "they constrained him" to accept their hospitality. As he sat at tho table partaking of the ordinary evening meal, he assumed tho place of the host, took the bread, blessed It and broke it Instantly those old familiar acts and words revealed to them who It was that had walked by tho way. III. Teaching Points. This narrative Is so full of teaching and yet so clear and simple that It is hard to suggest any ordinary deductions therefrom. The story docs, however, reveal the Interest of the risen Lord I Device In tho doubt of theso two disciples. they were probably not of tho buggy, and drags Immediately behind That twelve Is evident by tho fact that the wheel, smoothing the track and when they returned to Jerusalem they Inclining loose dirt toward the center the eleven assembled (v. 33). At the outer end of found we see him going tc those outof the road-bed- . Thus the drag Is a disk which serves to side of that Inner circle, also, two who cut down tho sides of the track. loved him seeking a solution of tho Mr. Taylor has one of those ma- mystery and consolation for their sad chines attached to his mountain hack, hearts. First hiding his Identity, he and It attracts a great deal of atten- drew from them their story. Ho tion. Good road advocates In south- then took them back to their Scripern Idaho are enthusiastic about the tures, with which they must havo machine; It has been proposed by been familiar, and revealed to them them that the county commissioners that this mystery as according to buy them in large lots and let them those holy writings. out to every farmer who will agree to Again the picture of his disciples use them, rebating the user on his Is Interesting. The progress of deroad tax. velopment In their faith above alfact that the luded to, tho evidence of their faith It Is a southern Idaho are in a and love In him, their tender affection roads of frightful condition for nine months and the death of their hope. Ho had oat of twelve; from the time they dry not, so thoy thought, been able to up In the spring until about June they accomplish that which they had exare In fair condition, but after that pected he would accomplish. In comthey are so full of "chuck holes' ma pany with all of his disciples they did to render them discouraging to a light, not apprehend the real meaning of bis rig driving fast, or to a heavily loaded mission. wagon. By the use of Mr. Taylor's Ills teaching Is manifested In their chuck bole filler this can be eliminated urgent hospitality for they must'havo It fills all holes, leaving the road remembered bis words, "I was a smooth after the passing of the) stranger, and ye took me In." ROAD-MAKING road-makinRoad-Makin- g well-know- n GOOD II. His Appointment, vv. 25-3- Em-mau- s, hlals. i Pago Four. THE CITIZEN. The funeral service of the bahy of COLLEBE Mr. It. 11. April ITEMS l. lflll. i i s m.VG OF LOCAL PAGE BEREA. Mr. anil Mrs. Boyd Williams was held In I he Parish House nl two o'clock A AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES ooooaooooooo( DENTIST CITT I'HONK l Sc. DR. BEST, Trust Co Office over Berea Bank BRECK & EVANS Nearly all of the Fire Insurance Companies have withdrawn from the state, but Breck & Evans have some Old Strong Companies that will furnish Any Kind of Insurance you want. L. & N. TIME TABLE North Bound, Local 7:00 a. m 10:55 p m-- ; Knoxville 1:07 p. m. 3:52 . tn.j BEREA 7:45 a. m. C:30 p. m. Cinclnnntl South Bound, Local G:30a.m. 8:15 p. m Cincinnati 12:34 p. in. 12:33 a. ra. BEREA 5:50 a. to. 7:00 p.m. Knoxville express train No. 33 will stop to take on passer,-- , f)(. Mm(i .,, fp ., fw Kcrs for Knoxville and points beyond. , South Bound MLVItll. ., ., , . 8:00 a.m. Cincinnati after visiting fur 11:55 a.m. BEREA "several days in Clay county reNo. 32 will stop at Berea to take turned lo Keren the llrsl of the on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and week. 1 points beyond. Barred Plymouth Hock eggs for. North Bound ale. Price 35 cents per 15. p. m. 4:45 BEREA Mrs. Fn.tettc Vaughn, 8:50 p. m. Cincinnati II. I'. D. I, Korea, Ky. (ml) only $1.00 1''"""' I'1'-- -Seed potatoes at Welch's Mr. Archie Dean Kradshaw of Me- (ad) per bushel. ingloit Conference all the speakers! lo their respective resting places, "" ' ": W. II. JohiHlon who spent the, tteie men of wide reputation as' each realising that a very valuable for a few days this It..... Pl...i.lnj OH husinos III. NO I worker, but none could compare ovonuu: bad Ihi'ii spent and feeling VVlllU'l "llll I.:. iiiiuiiui i.iiunu, week. Willi Mr. Waite. more cioely relnled to t lie v. M. in Korea, i visiting relatives in The Racket Store has just erected The regular college lecturers have C.. A. Ohio before returning to his home a nice large new clock on the street kindly eonenled to give way to Mr. With n cabinet of lively men and in South Dakota. in C ...,,( nt ll.nU ol...... ' ser- -' Waile during his visit nnd all will the new ideiis each received at tho Korea friends will regret the tlmac whtppoorwill Cow peas bo able to hear him. Hi chief mes- Lexington conference, there is litinus illness of Mrs. Geo. Patterson (ad) sage however i to Hie .voting men tle doubt hut that the year 1014-10She is !'l Welch's. nt her home in Lancaster. Mr. John Jackson on his way to! ...I .iviiiwi...! in iwnvnr. ;aud a great opportunity is in store will be a banner year in tho history . Colorado, where he will for all. everyof the Korea Y. AL (I A. Wanted: The address of 1.0001 lMivt-ra few weeks stopped off in Arrange tour work so you will body lake a part and become leaders persons wishing to buy or sell Real Winchester for the Oratorical con- uoi mis a single opportunity of in the work. Estate all kinds. Ky.ll,,sl Monday. hearing him and you will always J. W. Hoskin. Korea. ,i'"'f ""I'1"" wns at his home congratulate yourself for doing it. Miss Jesse Smith, teacher nt Liv- - j VIRTUE THE HOPE Or THE RACE ingston. Ky. spent the week's end1'" fnWur last Sunday on account or (Continued tmm Onr.) ,ll"-,s'Veper Hour, in tipper Chapel, with home folks, on Center Street, Thursday, April l, 101 1, Annual lint you must remeuiher that when The biggest sale ever on Vulcan Mr. Bobt. Move, former business: diseased children are born it is j Meeting of V. M. C. A. (ad) Korea, who now lives in Plows now at Welch's. man of Installation of new olllcers and iisiiallv an indication thai someRockcastle Co., was in Korea Satur- The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Zeal thing is wrong vvilli the father or the new chairmen of committee. day of last week. Logan, who ha had whooping Heading of work done by old com- - mother tho it hy no means indiMiss Lou Phillips of Wildie for six week, i almost well, cate this in all case. inillees during the past year. ed for a few days recently with Miss There will he a sunrise prayer There are two diseaes onorrhoea I All members come! meeting in the Union Church Sun- Ella Adams on Chestnut Street. HARTS Mrs. Mary E. Evans of Center St. and syphilid called social disday morning al six o'clock, under1 An Easter program is planned for is being visited by Sallie Woods of. Wednesday of last week, April 1st, eases, I I 111. I. Ilnnt. 1.. Il..n that are eipeci.illy harmful 'I'" auspices of the Christian En the, Harts Seltlemeilt next Sunday Conway. Vn , al (;::) p. m'. a very jolly hunch as- - in injuring the father and mother in "' donvor Society. A cordial invito aflernoon. ar- -' Miss Edith Ellis, of the class 1010, . Mrs. llllil.iil til llii. ('olloifi. IoiiIml? Ilnoiil a wax that makes it impossible for rur siiio liv .urs. t. .u. unniieiu. lion is extended to all, especially ranged to havo Mr.Roberts has Knight present, private secretary to Dr. A. K. ,,t j.adfe Hall. II consisted of tho strong, healthy children. These in (ad) members of other Korea churches. if., will bring (he grafonoia that ho Thomson, President of the Lincoln ' u,.iV, nf Directors and the old nnd lo become the parents of Mr. J. II. Jackson, traveling salesvou know you always get your i ha used In his extension worn ami instituie al Minpsonviiie, is in town ,,w eabinel of the Korea College eases nre so d that every man out of Lexington, siont Satur-- ImL olip.mor nl Mrs T.!inr:i .Tnnna'. Ilmi'i. will tin n tniwl imiaio.-i- l ihii- - loil.'iv on Illume Y. AL C. A. voting man nnd young woman day and Sunday with his family 'n j vak that little old fourth of a mile gram as well as speaking. All Pres. I'rost, acompanied by Mrs the Afler a hounteoti feed such as should know something about them Itl'IO.l. "Till K.nvo livn nr llirno ilnllnrj In n.iii'lilnip nrn invilml Id I... urnsnnl I'll 1st. Wolll llll III I.llllisvillo VOstlT- - ! only the Hoarding Hall can furnish and something of tho terrible .. .oos .. wuioiiiu, ..... nay lo attend u,e houiiiern i.uuca- - tM.n. f0wod a stirring business "ipnt on your Spring suit. (ad) Three o'clock is the hour. that follow, or may fol,, ,. . . ,. , , .. iin uior rosiiioiu in im:h:.i msiiuii ui tioual Conference. Pres. Frost de- -. -. which lasted until curfew, low, if they are once contracted. ir. I.NI s. r.i.s.0 an on. nine rest lie Davis house the first of tlio UNI0N CHURCH NEWS liters a lecture there today. Ho and Order of business: .dent of I ns section, passed avyay, They are called "social diseases" be- , tg b Mrs. Frost will spend the week's. week. ft .Monday at his home in Slate Lick.1,, Consideration and revision of the ouuso they are nearly always con.Mr. Otto Twiford of Richmond m.. v.L i end with the Holknnps. ui""' Vl"r- i. ii constitution to suit our new needs. tract ed by men and women who aro '. spent Monday in Keren with friends. ; V' 'Hh- - Sunday School has arranged V i. . i. . a iianii-iioowas living impure lives. Very little is tor I'.M nu uiin m i iuiu lulling, a line Easier program which will bo . iiif, Presentation .... .. i ..i .miss 4eme ornvner, woo lias aU nf whoIll ..,. livjnp j l.exing- iiiii iu.his lain lor geiung said about Hies,, diseases and thous- The students of Airs Iliiinrilil' oisriis.s presented at 0:55. Visitors should neen ipiue sick ai nor noine on ucn- '"'I"1'' 1,10 '"I"" f hool this 'and of innocent young men and Kvi .,,, cim.nnati. Mr. Bi.. 1.. ....I ,i ......I.. .... Caesar class presented her with a il si:. ii. ter St.. is able lo he out again. hui :,.i.i,,,. wjfV ,,1,,,, ..jnhteen years i huh' r.uij su lis i. :.. nv........l women who hate always lived puro I' anl li:mil tinmlinl iMiiiwi' Inn "- - 1111 i r..u ..ii '"r ohnln.iMii ,.f II.. l . lllll ill I.I1U.IIH.U is iiuai. rii. Air. J. W. Kratcher of near Keren , ago. Services wero held at the new com- - lives and whose friends are all up- token of their regard. Airs. Rumold passed thru town .Monday on his home of Airs. Wyatl on Chestnut St., Sunday of the Kurges Kihle Class, Hlling out .Mr. Seale's lerm as' iniltee then gave a brief outline of right people do not know that such to the way to Richmond. and were conducted by Rev. Howard as some matters of imoorlanco their plan of work for the coming diseases exiM. This very lack of (teacher of Latin in tho Academy year. das are to be brought forward. knowbtilge Is sometimes a danger. Air. W. D. Jones of Lexington Hudson. Kurinl was in Korea and Ibis presentation is but one iu- The Black Mountain Conference Almost no one who knows of tlio on the merchants of (his etery. SCHOOL CONTRACT LET ibenlio., of Hie successful way in was dieused and il Is hoH)il that ' prevalence of the danger, who place the llrsl of tlio week. Look out for the Annual Buggy Saturday. ..Mini i. I'.'li (lie she has handled the work. a large delegation will go from Ho- - know. where it lurks, who knows of " Day at Welch's. (ad) t,.acl. for the erection of tho Berea Get the best buggy in tho world . rea again this year. Lceum the terrible consequences that iiA Lilllo Miss Ada Fay Kurton enter-- 1 Graded School was lei to Mr. John at Welch's. .. (ad) w ,nl"r ,T""m I '"swl (eneral discussion was brought follow would take any chances laiued a number or her little M,mi.v Mr ' Air. Frank Coylo made a business ".sday night with an enter- - to n cloe hy the ringing of tho ten Iconlrncllng either of the maladies, UZlt r friends a. her home Salurdav after- - ..... i un. iiii l nil trip to Richmond last .Monday. .in riLxituu ui noon. April lib, it being her llftli p(of. J. E. Calfeo's house on Jackson tainmonl hy Hos Crane, a chalk nnd o'clock I and all present hastened 'Continued ne,xt week) Air. Noel Mitchell is spending a plaster artist. Air, Crane is a mastlirllulay. few days with his brother, Air. K. er of his art and presented many Air. J. K. Richardson met a repre- Mitchell on Dig Hill Pike. realistic pictures nnd figures. He senlative or the L. and N. railroad! Paint Lick. Ky., It. V. I). 1 We're Ready to Show You Some Exceptional Eggs for setting, barred rocks, for a consultation Telephone T, four rings Wal- - kepi up a running lire of hair hu-- I regarding tlio pure. 10 cents a setting, moron, hair serious talk and held death of Air. It. K. Richardson which laceton, Ky. (ad) T. A. Edwards, Rhode Island Bed Eggs for selling "io attention of mo orowiieu nouse ocoured at Lebanon a few months Richmond St. ago. .No settlement was made and j for sale by W. E. Kotkiu. Prices 50 from beginning to end. Announcement was made of llio Air. Win. Farmer spent Sunday suit will be brought against tho B. and 75 cents per setting of IS cggs.l anil tlio rollow- j course lor l'.ll-l'JI- 5 Call or address as above. with Itomefolks in town. j II. Co. nl an early dale. Without a doubt the Smartest Fash' splendid schedule Is promised: (ad Airs. W. E. Botkln. Doctors,1 Berea College Laundry. Two carloads of Buggies just un-- 1 ... : I n .11 I ioned Suits we've ever had to Show I nr. i.oiieoge, an Airicau explorer ministers, nnd professors don't send! loaded at Welch's. (ad) FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE who has worked willi the groat trav- Air. Sam Park; Kurnam of Rich-- J your shirls out of town. Bring them A very fine, subject to register, Stanley: Alounlevillo Flowers, ; lo us. They reflect how well the makers of "Wellworth' iiiond was in Korea Tuesday of this j Duroe Jersey hoar shoto for breed- - ((r , , , , , , nil Cautlehl. week. ing purp.se. Phono 20-- 3 . , , Clothes have succeeded in styling litem with a spirit of strictland Oillllan, a Interesting reports wero given by' (a,,) Siinon Muno- - ncrea' humorous Music Makers, a youth and good niste. the delegates to the Lancaster C. E. male ipinrlet, who were hero three WOOD CONTRACTS Convent ion til the meeting of tlio! Exceptional fabrics were chosen with a special view to Cathedral Clioir, an oc- I iiion Tho Treasurer of tho Colleuo will V1 Church Christian Endeavor "IiwIuk sacred music; Mabel issign a few more contracts for tho Sooielv Sniiihiv ovmiiiiL'. their fitness for such clothes; they're the first choice of OF THE arslilll Keeoher, a reader Mr..' Sallie P. Hanson attended College wood supply for tho coming the best mills at home and abroad. the district Conference of llio Wo- -' school year. Persons having wood Y. M. C. A. NOTES man's Relief Corps held at Coving- -j to furnish should nrrango for a con-to- n "Wellworth" Clothes are exceptionally well tailored Waite Coming! from .Monday until Wednesday.! tract al once. Tho price, according and absolutely correct and authentic in Style. Inning the past year, l'JM-l'Ja All's Pearl Scrivner was in Rich- -: to the usual specifications, is $2.25 j per cord. niond .Monday. (ad.) great many very good men havo There's a good assortment herein prices froni$ioto$2o been secured for Keren through tho April V. Al. (!. A. However tho best has The strongest showing is at been kepi for tlio last and from April Jf.S' and fco All Day Band Music at Night 21st to 'Ird, every young man in OCR MOTTO nut The llrsl Korea will havo nu opportunity lo We appreciate anr uggritloin to hoar and talk lo one of tho most gallon of better our ten Ice. One-hal- f wide awake men in the United Cream or Sherbet to the perron States. the most appropriate name fur "The Cash Store" Tills gentleman, Mr. R. A. Wailo, our fountain JUDGES: C. M. Canfield MAIN STREET, Near Bank is one of (ho International Boy's Main Street Berea, Kentucky K. K. Covle Secretaries and altho middle aged Mm. J.M.Karl is like a boy himself. Al tho Lox- - Pres. Frost who has been In N. Y. City for several days, returned Vulcan plow points .TTc now at lo Korea Sunday nlghl. (nil) Welch's. REVIVAL MEETINGS BEGIN Dr. Smilli of Williamsburg wit Mr. I'.lil Jones, former sludenl of Hex. W.J. Hudspeth of Lexington called In Here;! Sunday to see Mr. began n Keren, now traveling salesman, was series of meetings at tlio I.otv alien who is in the hospital In town one day last week. Christian church yesterday. slowly recovering from lyphoitl fevMr. Hubert Spence a teacher ol Itev. Hudspeth has held revivals er. in Korea before and I well known. the I'oundation Schools was hi Lon- Atiss Doll if Ahill xxenl over lo Let everybody huinrss last ARmdny. join in and helpi'l'1". ' Hlehmond Sunday for a few days make the meetings a great success.' The Misses Cora Shireman nnd ml with Mm. .loo Abill. ll.lllie Slniuiu, students of the Col- Tin' yulcnn plows and all repairs liege department, were shopping in NEWS FROM DR. COWLEY (ad) nl Welch's. Dr. Cowley writes from Pasadena IKeliiiiond last Monday. Mr. Rlchnrd Moore relumed to The following members or tlio Mnr. Mth, "I have had a week of Ii Million nt I lie end of Hie week heller health but yesterday with- - faculty attended the Southern Edit-- ; siller n visit of several days with out cause, my temperature jumped rational Conference in Louisville relative In Korea. I do not feel so well today.! Hits week: Prof. K. O. Clark. Prof. Mrs. .1. A. H. Holers left Saturday and . ..... . i l.i. , .. .I lllll IIOI. UUlie as SHOOK.! amiI .'us. .Mmiitniiirij, II... t ciiiiiii,' i nn, C..III. .Miogeilicr, . ,. I afler an extended visit tvtll. IO.I . .. llll Imp .1 I... cownm, .hiss .ut r nunI II... as wnen i icu norea. nut t am iioi" Korea friends. iniitiy j My weight, appetite Maili. Mis I'annie Dowden of Paint discouraged. Mr. (Icorge I.. Pigg the oldest liv- -, (rk is spending a few days with and digestion are good." About May, Dr. and Mrs. Coxvlcy ing graduate of Korea College, hav relative in Korea. I IS73, degree received I wh,0 rccICilnol,K'W' altitude, ,:alif.or.nja I tali,' ,l"s now livingthe A. nK. farm al inMaple 1sl j,,,,,, 'Iitgher probably on . , ,H WeIch.s vvU1 ,,,,ttl ll,u 'Hy. Kausa. , w. vmvIlkIo. who has whvrv , a, .,.xhmtoii )H(jt!, sj,k I oooooooaooaoooo Wednesday evening, hy Uev, Howard Hudson. .Mrs. William was formerly Miss .li.rgnre Creech, nod xvns for n time :isilnnt matron of Hie boarding Mr. Williams Is a former hall. leiieher in (lie foundation Schools. rnn-duel- Porter of Caneyvllle, Ky ed children who nre In school hero a few davs last week. Treasurer Osborne wns out of town part of last week on business. hrollier of Dr. Porter, visited his RICHARDSON & COYLE Higest Patent Flour 70c Onr stock is now complete throughout with goods of quality, with the price at the bottom. DELIVERIES MADE IN TOWN Next Door to Post Office MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. ... I . . j I .,, ' ,,. ""; I POTATOES Our Prices on Seed Potatoes urar inttr SnriiiL' niillmi'iv .. um r i want to feel absolutely sure that the style is correct. When jou buy your i QSj; , nat irom u ton nave tii.il a n - uunie, i for onr whole effort is devoted to pro- - i 7 tiding our cutomers ttitli nullintry that . in every st)le is not alone correct detail, but vt liit.li is well umdc and moderate in prue. We uw no "slazy" ' materials, tie Use but the very best of etert thing, and our prite are no greater than those asked for inferior stuff. Your inspection isiutitid. VA In n vim (iti ;jp '"' 1 Burbanks Rurals Rose $1.00 60 lbs. to bu. , wn It - I , I I -g- '''""T3 ',. dis-(lie- wide-sprea- i I s,.,n ,, ,, k- ii I OAi.l-uiui- ..i I ' cem-enll- ed ' ' ""?J W j Young Men's Garments ' J r; ' Formal Opening - j I ,'. Racket Store Fountain ll, Saturday, 1114 t, (.l see CLARKSTON LOR Hardware and Groceries HAYES & GOTT .... .April 0, HM I. THE CITIZEN. Pago Five. ooooooooooooooooo Easter Festival in Crete I This 18 size Solid Nickle Case and Seven Jewel Seth Thomas Century movement, a guaranteed time keeper, sent by Insured Parcel Post to any address for only $2.48. If not satisfactory money will i Following Solemn Obser-vance of Good Friday Js a Day of Un- -, bounded Rejoicing Iff oxxxoxxooooox UK Easter festival In Crete Is a strango' combination of symbolism and mate- tr tt be cheerfully refunded. 31 Mrs. J. M. Early The Racket Store Berea, Kentucky 1 This handsome bred Jack will make the season of i 4 at the very reasonable fee of Sn.oo for mule, and Sjj.oo for Jack' or Jennet to insured living foal. ttnall lack II. Mr lirt Jortlrinriit in which I I luhrrlUt-- thc'piibuY al :i fre nf $8,ik lu been canceled and Iiinf of talns7 rampart? bum JOT years" ago "Oh, I like it best, and it gives by tho Venetian conquerors, tho ono a chance for advancement." Kaster feast Is celebrated under tho "What principle do you think nrltlsh flag. should guide a man in choosing his nouses of western As tho afternoon passes on all Can Christians, but both In dla surges Into tho barracks, and over"W hy a man should choose what tho feasting and tho i flows on to tho great square outsldo, fasting It is a lire where, under tho glaring sun, Greeks is most congenial to him." "Are you a Christ (anV lived strenuously, and and Cretans perform their national In this senso It Is lm- - dances. The CretanB Join hands and "Yes." At midnight on Easter move slowly round, to the music of a I prusslve. "Don"! you think then that ono twostrlnged guitar, with rhythmic i evo tho clash of bells through-Cit- y stampings mid swaylngs; then sudden- ought to choose the work in which out the of Candla proclaim he can best advance God's kingdfor tlio orthodox tho end of tho ly ono dancer or another springs high long- I,piiten fast, which, during Holy Into tho air, slapping the soles of his om?-' "Yes -- I suppose that's so," was Week at least, has been a fast In tho boots, while the others pause to watch most literal sense of tho word. Sinco him. So they danco on through tho I he surprised answer. Here was a Christian man, typical Sunday bread und olives havo long hot day, until towards the eve- I Palm sufficed for rich and poor alike, but nlng tho crowd In the square becomes or a large class or college men, who on Holy Thursday, tho droves of lambs i greater, the shouting and the singing was going to decide tho whole ' and kids b?gln to pour Into Candla louder, the red wine flows more freely, course or his lire, wilh nil its opIn preparation for tho Kaster feast, tho colored lamps hung among tho portunities: responsibilities, and and tho market place Is crowded with trees glow llko fairy fruit, and the 'eager purchasers, who carry tho ' fireworks fizz Into the Bky. Thus wilhoul seeing God's guidance, and I woolly creatures away, ends Raster day In Candla, nnd the without any reference to the adHe is an Imported Registered French Percheron, weighing 1600 lbs. vancement or His Kingdom. alive and bleating on their shoulders. great festival of the year Is over. Itlll K.ifnrn fill flnv nt vnlnlnltt r inttnl From G. Sherwood F.ddy's The Register No. ( 6120) B in France, No. 13071 in America. INTERCOLLEGIATE PROHIBITION como tho long drama of Good Friday. Supreme Decision. CONVENTION This is his teal picturr but not a good out of liim. Coim and m'c him before yoti All through the hours the heavy mists of Incenso rise among the Ikons In Transylvania Wins First Place in FIRE AT STEPHENS & MUNCY'S breed your mares. ' tho MILL the prlestB Contest We must breed for bigger mares to have ltKK('r mules, as bijjRer mules briny biyyer Intonedim cathedral, and sun sets be-- I their chants. Tho What would have been a very do-- t M hind the snows of Mount Ida, and tbo money, and biyyer "money is what makes the mare yo." lay, April tun, (lie lirtli an- - Minctivf lire was started in tho mill stars We need biyyer horses and if you breed your little mares to my Percheron horse and j city. come out over the walls of the mini convention of the Intercullcgi-Inl- e or the Stephens & Muncy llrm on Venetian The square Prohibition Aoeintion was held the mare brings a horse colt it is worth more at weaning time than a mule would be, and fountain begins around the to fill again with 'at Winchester, Ky., W'eslcyan Col- -, Railroad St. on Monday about 2:30 a. m. Tho lire was discovered by If she has a mare colt you are richer than you woidd be in three I people. Some sit down In front of cost no more to raise. 1). It. Hiitkin, who was going to tho cafes, drink their cups of coffee, lege entertaining the delegates. Sev breeding to a Jack. years ' ia or call for a lump of Turkish delight en .schools were represented a patient. Alter arousing Ksq. Now I know any man who has thought about this kind of breeding or any man who and a glass of cold water. Groups University, Ky. Wcsleyan, Ilai is y they broke the lock and will think about it will agree with me. stand under the orange trees, with Asbnry, Richmond Normal, George- h ei i,actically extinguished the lire wear You know that a big, square, high-heade- d nude always sells in any market twice as candles In their hands. They baggy town, Stale University and Berea. wln- -i the members of the ilrm tho embroidered waistcoats and pony mule, and will bring twice as much money and cost you blue breeches which are still the al- Kleven members of the college band reached the grounds. Tracks of a quick as a little, were no more to raise a big mule. Hut you must first have a big mare. Then come and breed to most universal dress In Crete, and buted sent from Ilereabyand contri- man's root were seen on the floor, very materially furnishing prints on every seen my big I'ereheron stallion and reap greater rewards than you have been. I will charge through the longtwisted sash Ishandle music at the sessions and leading a and also thethrough or his lingersevithrust knife with which he a window a fee of parade thru the business section. dently gained entrance. Inlaid with silver, of white Bloodf Then, In tho warm darkness, the Besides the bandmen with1 their hounds were brought but no traco A bells of the churches toll. Squibs and leader, Mr. Canlleld, Stato President or the would-b- e destroyer has been Davison, the local speaker, Mr. Rob- round. The season will be due when colt is foalded or mare parted with or bred to another horse. gal lights Illuminate the dark corners inson, Mr. Todd, Mr. Porter, Mr. Cart: will be taken to avoid accidents but in no case will I be responsible should any occur. of the streets. The Greek church docs This horse is no kin to your mare and cross breeding improves the blood and vigor be- not teach that the events of Good l'ielden, Mr. Franklin and several "FIRST AID" HINTS At sides the si.e. From the size of this horse you would be surprised at his style and keen action. Friday are only tragic, and for those , others allended the convention. Bar- the morning session Mr. E. G. who understand the feeling behind the simple realisms of a Cretan Easter Ion of Chicago spoke. In the after- I To men who have to handle InjuredIs no incongruity In this fore- -' noon following a business session comrades, the Coal Age gives the folI then lowing common sense advice: taste of the Joy to come. was in which the delegates Dam, Nannie B. 2653. Gradually the throng becomes denser voted heldhold next year's convention Sire, John Morgan 3705. to Don't disturb blood clots. as the time draws near for tho passing Nannie H. is out of a Heecher Jennet and there has never been a family of Jacks and of the procession which Is to carry al Wilmore, anil President Adams Don't be rough with the patient. Christ to from of Georgetown College, and Mrs. Jennets breed up that will surpass the Heecher and John Morgan family. They are the kind j one of the tho grave. Presently comes Ileauchamp. State President of tho narrow side streets that are the money winners when in the show ring and get the long prices when offered for the faint sound of military bugles, and W. 0. T. l gave addresses. Tho 'Don't put bandages on too tight. over the uncovered beads of the peo-- ! (evening and concluding session market. Don't touch a wound with the hands. of the Stale Oratorical conBradshaw Heecher is also a great prospect of a Jennet Jack as he is bred right and is pie appear tall colored lamps on rialism, IHHEDtifNIM. ?b9bbbbbbbbbH much to Impress t ho mind and something to disgust tho there Is r "THIS IS A HORSE" ' black-and-whtt- -- 'l'ran-sylvan- ir. if ewe-necke- d, fish-bon- e $10.00 TO INSURE LIVING COLT I I BRADSHAW BEECHER 5108 I Jr. I I I I con-jsisl- cd j right. 1 gest an account of which, ably ported by Mr. A. printed next wtvK. ( re- -! ' Easter Mysteries Todd, will be it away. Don't pull or tear off clothing cut I in hU place a rrjr high price Jack nhlcli can olTrr to niul yet I am olTtrtnjr a 50 per crnt better Jack in every respect.) at the very reasonable fee fio.ooonlr f i.oontm, Berea, Dr. S. R. 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It la covered with flowers, and the dim light reveals no tawdrinesB lu of all march tho Its decoration. officers of tho Cretan army. The passes slowly through tho square, and returns after a time by tbo samo road to the cathedral. Tbo crowd disperses, soon the lights disappear from tho windows and tbo Lions of Venice aro left alone once more, bearing up their marble fountain. So ends Good Friday In Candla, and tho faithful turn themselves again to tho expectation of their Kaster day At the turn of midnight on Saturday the pealing of bells, the fireworks, and the shouting through the town proclaims the day of festival, but at seven o'clock none but Turks aro visible lu the streets, for every Christian In lu church. High ou the ramparts overlooking tho sea and tho inoun- - the O. K. Seed Store, Dept. MKNTION THE CITIZKN Indianapolis, Indiana WHEN YOU WRITE Hanna's Green Seal Paint smooth, clastic and tenacious. 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April D, 1014. & A Pomance meJWDof tie IDDE5T of 5i.Clair'5 Defeat; SYNOPSIS. en-Icliny-wari RANDALL PARRISH ILLUSTRATED 6y D. J. LAVIN D'Auvray? lTo had led his Indians to action under Hamilton. More likely n the fellow was French, and the murder CHAPTER I Joseph Itaywsrd, an In the I'nlted states army on hit way to Tort Harmar, meets Blmon Olrty, the end of some prtvato feud. His a reneicade whose name has been con- - only desire then would bo to get away neclrd with nil manner of atrocities, alio safely, to escape unseen. Brady would headed for Fort Hnrmar with a messaRe d learn all this, and ho would be back from the nrltlsh general, llnmllton. guides him to the fort and protect presently. him from a number cf scouts who tried I do not know how long a time to kill him. passed, only I had circled tho house II-- At Oencrnl Harmnr's CHAPTER headquarters Hayward meets Rene IV- - ' twice, skirting the edge of tho woods Auvray who professes to recognize him, In my rounds, keeping well In the aiinuuRn ne nan no recouecuun ui rer blacker shadows, and moving noisehaving teen htr before. lessly, every nervo alert Back of the CHAPTER volunteers to carry a message for Hnrmar tu Sandusky house I discovered a mound of earth, henped as a roof, over an opening In where llamlltim Ik stationed. The north-weIndian tribes are ready for war and the ground, evidently a cellar of some are onlv held b.i,-hv the refusal of the friendly Wyandots to Join. The latter arc kind. So far as I could discover, by demanding the return or groping In the darkness, there was a religious teacher whom they believe to nothing concealed within, but the enbe a prisoner. Ilayward's mission Is to aiwure the Wyandots that the man Is trance offered a good hiding place, and not held by the soldiers. Ilarmar Impresses on Hayward the necessity of I sat down Micro where I could seo in reaching Hamilton before Glrty. every direction, with my rifle across my knees. The stars yielded a specCHAPTER asks Hayward to let her accompany him. Hhe tells liltn tral light, and no one could move quarter-blooWyandot and that she Is a I sat a missionary among the Indians. She across the clearing unobserved. has been In search of her father. Hhe there for.ten minutes, seeing and hearInsists that she has seen Hayward be- ing nothing, gradually growing drowsy fore, but In a llrltlsli uniform. Hayward starts for the north accompanied by a In the silence, my head sinking back scout named llrudy and a private soldier. against the earth mound. Yet I recome on the trail mained awake and watchful, although CHAPTER of a war party and. to escape from the when I first perceived a figure flitting Indians, take shelter In a hut on an out of the black fringe of woods, I halt Island. Hayward rinds a murdered man In believed it a dream. But It was no the hut. I sat up suddenly, my CHAPTER VI It proves to be Raoel dream, and D'Autray. a forni-- r French officer, who heart beating like a triphammer, and Is called by the Wyandots "white chief." stared. I could see little, not enough Itene appears and Hayward Is puzzled by her Inslstance that they have met be- to determine whether the Intruder was fore. savago or white, merely perceiving an Indistinct form, crouching low, yet adI knew, and he listened , vancing directly toward me. riold him all There eagerly, his eyes on Schultz puttering was no hesitancy, no evidence of fear, I about the Are. but merely the natural caution of one "She must hare Jested In her threat traveling alone In the wilderness. At to travel hither with the renegade." I first I believed It to be Brady return"I fear it was not Jest," I said sober-- ing, yet hesitated to step boldly forth, It. "She woe In a mood to do even for the figure appeared email and unthat, and I do not think she feared the natural, barely perceptible against the man. They may be on our trail now; darker background of earth. ay! close at hand, Brady, for they both To render myeelf more secure I drew know these woods better than either of cautiously back a step within the cel' us. 'T Is my thought, now, the dead lar entrance, and waited breathlessly, man yonder was the lass' father, and bracing myself to meet either friend he would know his cabin." or foe. I could no longer see the InHis eyes turned to the door, and truder, and the caution of bis apthen to the food Schultz was placing proach made mo certain the man must on the table before us, but whatever be an enemy. Surely Brady, even bis thought It remained unuttered. As while exercising every precaution, we sat there eating, he was apparentwould never hesitate like this, and ly turning It all over In his mind, trygrope his way forward Inch by inch. ing to draw the tangled ends of the I felt the hot blood leap In my veins; skein together. As we finished the then the fellow, still crouching low, meal, some newly awakened curiosity but with rifle barrel advanced, apcaused me to glance out again into peared around the edge of the pile of the rear room. It was gloomy with earth, scarcely two yards distant. All shadows, the bodies of man and dog I saw clearly was a hat with a feather beyond view; yet what I perceived In It, an Indistinct outline of form, brought from my lips a eudden excla- and the black rifle barrel. My rifle came up to the shoulder, and I slipped mation. "Brady, some one has been In here! Into the open. "Stop where you are!" I ordered The outer door Is unlatched yes and sharply. "Drop your gun, and stand the soldier's coat Is gone!" We searched the room carefully, but up!" I heard a quick breath of surprise, discovered no sign of Its having been entered, except for the door standing almost an exclamation; the stock of lightly ajar, and the disappearance of the rifle sank to the ground, but the the red coat. We dare not carry a bands still clung to the barrel, as the torch Into the open, and the night was startled figure straightened up. I too dark for us to trace marks on the could not distinguish the face, only ground. Brady stood In the glow of the white outline shadowed by the firelight, looking to the priming of his hat, yet tho short, slender form was rifle, his face shadowed. that of a boy. The relief at this dis"I am going out awhile, Hayward," covery brought a laugh to my Hps. "What does this mean, lad?" I he said finally. "Yes, I am all right now. I meant to take you along, but, asked. "Have children gone to war? I reckon. It will be eater not to leave Come, answer me; you are no savthe Dutchman here alone. However, I age." don't think there will be any more "'Tls not a lad with whom you visitors tonight." deal, Monsieur Hayward," replied a He slipped out the back way, disap- soft voice, trembling a bit neverthepearing Instantly, and I picked up my less, though attempting boldness. "Own rifle, bade Schultz remain whero "You know me now?" be was, and followed, with the purposo ' She flung the concealing bat Into of scouting about the Island. I could the grass, tho silvery light of the perceive the new danger we wero In. ' stars on her face. Suppose the assassin, eager to Bave "You here! you!" I exclaimed In himself from suspicion, should be at- -' swift surprise at this unexpected detraded to that camp of raiders, and, nouement, and feeling the hot blood relying on their friendship for protec- flush my face. "You came with tion, charge us with the murder of Glrty?" D'Auvray. What mercy could we hopa She ventured to laugh lightly at for at their hands? Beyond doubt the my tone and manner. band was composed of ambitious young "We traveled together yes. What warriors, who had already tasted of that, monsieur? The wilderness blood, and under control of no chief Is not a parlor where we can choose able to restrain them, If their wild associates. Did I not warn you I should be appealed to. would come with him when you reBut I emerged Into darkness and si- fused me? An' you think I did what Quickly as I had made this de- was wrong?" lence. cision I was too late. The scout had question. "I?" puzzled by already disappeared across the narrow "What Is it to me, her direct mademoiselle? You open space, and vanished Into the would not care what I think. Yet fringe of trees. There was nothing to were you sister of mine I would speak guide me, except a vague sense of dl-- 1 Siplainly enough; rection, yet I felt my way forward mon Qlrty Is." we all know what throng!) the dense tree growth, hearing no sound of movement, and com-- 1 do"Ob, no, monsieur, the Amerlcalns not," and her voice rung with pelled to move slowly until I emerged earnestness. "Ho Is to them an enat the shore, and could perceive the emy, a fiend. He wars on the other tars reflected on the surface of still make war. water. As I lingered there clear of the side, and asHethe Indians In our wigWhy not? has lived woods' shadow, my courage gradually returned, and our situation appeared wams, and sat at our council fires. He birthless desperate. Whoever the fellow belongs with us, save for the he Is me was who bad killed D'Auvray ho might mark of a white skin. To enomy, but have as much cause to fear the Indian not always, friend. I bave known from childhood; tbero as we did. The mere fact that him raiders my heart; did he desire, bo wore a red coat was no direct proof is no fear In be was a British soldier; doubtless ' he would not dare harm me I am a many a forest renegade had picked up Wyandot" a Besides, I The swift words were a defiance, bits of discarded uniform. challenge, 'br. should nny soldier dwlro to kill j "UY.elLs gj, viH," i tald coldly. k ! IV-R- ene d hey I pas-lonI eyen from my face. "When wo opened this a hugo mas-tif- f Mademoiselle Meets Her Father. leaped savagely at us. In tho There was evidently no use ot my groping longer In the dark. Tho girl darkness ho fastened his Jaws on was In earnest; she firmly believed Brady's arm tho scout with me and mo to be another. There could bo had to bo killed by a kntfo thrust no understanding 'between us until Then we procured a light with which this mystery of Identity was clenred to search, and found tho body ot a away. Her discovery of mo here had man lying on tho floor." "Dead?" only served to Increase her halluci"Murdered; his head crushed In nation. D'Auvray," I said from behind with on ax. Ho was an "Modemolselle old man, with snow-whitbeard." beearnestly, and 1 stood ''How did you know ho was Haocl fore her, "there Is a serious mistake being made. I am not willing you D'Auvray?" "By this medal pinned to his should deceive yourself any longer. I am going to be perfectly frank with breast," I answered, holding It forth, you, and In return 1 ask you to bo "a French decoration." Sho grasped It. bending her head equally frank with me. Who do you so as to see better, and, for a moment, believe mo to be?" She gazed Btralght Into my face, an- her slender form shook with an emotion she could not restrain. Involunswering: tarily I rested a hand upon her shoul"Monsieur Joseph Hayward." "Of course," smiling, "you heard der, but the touch aroused her, and sho stepped back, standing erect. the name at Fort Harmar." "The medal waa his; ho always "But I did not; it was never mentioned In my presence. I recognized wore It. But was that all? Was nothing else found?" you." "There was n red army Jacket flung "Which would Imply that we had met before, yet I have no recollec- across i. box; but whllo wo were eattion, not the faintest, of such a meet- ing later In the other room, someone ing. You are not one It would be stole in through the back door, and bare-heade- d e "Vest you say 'was'? ho Is dead?" I caught tho groping hand In mine, and held It tightly In tho grasp of my fingers. 8he mado no movement, but I could distinguish her quick breathing, seo her dark eyes. "Yen; you must listen quietly whllo I tell you all I know. Wo reached hern at dusk. Thoro was a band of Indian raiders camped yonder near tho foot of tho lako, nnd so wo I stared at her face In tho starlight, crossed over to this Island to avoid my memory suddenly reverting to tho them. Wo stumbled upon this hut whllo seeking a camping spot. It was dead man within. dark, and apparently deserted. Tho "You know I would bo here?" "I guessed It, and my Instinct was front door was latched, but unlocked, true. Why not, monsieur? You alone and wn ventured Inside, feeling our knew tho homo was here, and who way through tho gloom, until wo camo to a doqr leading Into tho rear room. lived In It." You know tho arrangement?" Slio did not respond, or remove her CHAPTER VII. sir up to thin time, given thn world one single Idea to benefit It? Ars you helping In science, business, morality, MAKING y OF A MAN or charity?" "Why, I am doing as other young saen with money do," protested Mr. IUro-for- . A. CLAY. Young Fred Bastard had a rich mother. Sho became a widow when he wa ten years old. Xs an only child, ho was made a pet of, tho samo aa poodlo dog. Frcddlo was given his way about cvrrythlng, Indulged In every whim, and was taught to believe that money mado up for tk? deficiency In hu- ' man nattre. Ho had tutor and slapped their faces and thoy left Ho was sont to a boys' schools nnd ran nway and came back to his tear fut mother. Ho wan coaxed and bribed to go to college. After six weeks ho found the lesions too hard, apd by advice of a laslilonablo doctors, who charged $200 for tho advice, his poor brain was of overwork. At eighteen Frcddlo was a member of four clubs. He could piny whist, and bridge, and golf, and olo, and other games. He could swenr He could smoko tO cigarettes n day, each on with his monogram on, An to his education, Captain Brlggs, who wan a member of ono ot tho clubs, had a slight curiosity, and he turned to him one day and asked. "Freddie, which Is It that revolves around thn earth tbo nun or tho "An some othor young men with money do," corrected the girl. "If It wasn't for those who bavo common senso and business ability with their wealth this country would bo a laughing stock of tho rest of tbo world. Don't demean by talking of lovo at first sight" Fred llamford went away In a huff and also astounded. Ho had flattered himself that ho stood at tho head and was a leader. No ona had over found a flaw nor mado a criticism. His ego had been encouraged until ho compared himself with men who had done things. For the first time In his life Fred reHe fined his mother's condolences. wanted to do somo thinking, and when ho had dono so ho was honest enough to any to himself: "She rubbed it In like blazes, but sho was honest about It. Maybo I havs moon'' "What's the catch, captain?" was asked In reply. "There Is no catch." "Well, I never heard the question askrd before, and must answer that I am not posted." Tho captain did not hao a contempt for him. He realized that any deficiency was not the young man's fault letter on, Fred himself asked his mother the question, and her reply carried that away." easy to forget" Sho raised her hands to her head, wan: "Unless one particularly desired to "What do you want nuch a silly do so," sho replied swiftly, "and that with a gesture ot despair. "I I bellevo part of what you have thing to worry you for? You hnro told me," she confessed, her voice money and position, and you needn't trembling. "It It Is In my heart to care what revolves around the earth. bellevo all, but but I cannot. You I don't thank Captain Ilrlggs tor his aro not telling mo tho truth not all ofilclousness." the truth. You knew of thts house; At twenty-onFreddie llamford waa you you came here deliberately, and fast. He had four or five autos. He and brought your men with you." had bachelor quartern. He gave wlno "I deny that, mademoiselle. We suppers. He sent orchids to chorus stumbled upon the place by accident." girls. He bet on tho races, lie was "Oh, you drive me crazy with your a patron ot gambling houses. He was denials!" she exclaimed passionately. arrested for fast driving. He Inst ten "I will not listen longer. You are thousand dollars at Monte Carlo. A Joseph Hayward; you admit that doien different mammas said ho yourself. No! do not talk to me, or would mako a good husband. Their attempt to stop mel I am going to daughters had no criticisms to make. my my father." Captain Ilrlggs had never again anked I stood aside and let her pass, yet him a question In astronomy. Then followed as she entered tho door. The came a question from his mother: interior was black, except for a slight "Freddie, dear." she said, "are you glow as from a dying fire showing thinking of marriage?" dimly through the Inner door. Tho "No, mother" dead dog lay In the middle ot the "Hut you should be. In a year or floor and she stopped, staring at the two more you should set up a house grim shadow. of your own. You are considered a "I will bring the light," I said gent- most etllglblo parti. Mont any young ly, "if you can permit me to pass." lady would feel herself highly honored As the yellow flamo Illumined the by a proposal from you." mall room, her gaze deserted me, to "Yes, mother." once more upon the motionless "Did you know that jour Aunt Has1 i rest nv"r ssrr7 ssssfeBrrvrAi li figure lying near tho wall, which kell had removed hero from Chicago?" l.s1 sVlVI 'JT-Brady bad mercifully covered with a "Never kept any track of tho old e 1 been nnd am making n fool of myself," The change that began In him hold out hopes, though It worried bis mother, llecntiso ho wasn't fined for fast driving during tho noxt fortnight tho newspapers didn't stato that he had been thrown out of somo no ono whispered to her that a certain chorus girl waa to sue him for breach of promise, sho wanted an eminent physician summoned to feel his head and sound his lungs and toy with his heart. "Do you know that you have changed terribly In the last few days?" sho exclaimed when he refused to be pawed over by a doctor. "I hope It will keep up'" wan lh answer tin made. enough, Queerly Fred llamford found himself actually In love with the only girl that had dared to crltl-clshim to his faco. Day by day, an ho thought things over, there was a change that more than his anxious mother saw and spoke about At the club, when somo ono asked Captain Ilrlggs what hti thought ailed the boy, he replied: "Nothing that will carry hltn to ths grave. He's doing a think by. himself, and 1 hope nobody will disturb him." "Fred's mothor worried over the case until it drove ber to say to Aunt so o "You Call Me a Spy, but I Am She stood still, her hands Not" blanket her face like marble. Still clasped, Mademoiselle's Story. In the Intense silence, the gloom of man Wapatce-tab.- " "Yes, the White Chief. He camo that room lit only by those smolderto the Wyandots with tho Christ ing embers, with Schultz sleeping unwall, my message. He was there before the disturbed against the priests, and it Is through his efforts thought could not be divorced from there has been peace. Yet why the lonely girl sobbing above her should I tell you all this? You bave dead. Was she ot dual nature, wommet him In council, have eaten at his anly and savage by turn, as the Intable, and shared his bed. He alone stincts of two races dominated her has stood, and blocked your plana ot action? Yet this could never account for her distrust of me, her continued war." "Mademoiselle," I said, "let us for- Insistence upon having previously get this controversy, this misunder- known me. Ayl and she meant ltl standing, for It Is that, and be friends There was no attempt at deceit, no for this night at least. I wish to help acting In all this; her full faith In you, and not be held as an enemy. tbo charge was written upon rfer face, You have been In my mind ever since found echo upon her lips. Sho bewo first met; I bave not been ablu lieved mo to bo another man, a preto drive you from memory. I must tended British officer, a traitor to her bring you evil news, but my heart Is people, a scoundrelly spy. Yet she full ot kindness and sympathy. You applied to him my name. That was tho. strangest part of t all, will believe this?" How whlto her faco was In the (Continued next week) starlight, uplifted to mine. One band grasped my sleeve. Paw Know Everything. "News! evil nows! of my father?" Willie l'nw, wlml Is Ui,i mother ued: "Of Raoel D'Auvray; he was your "Havo you any dignity? Any ambitongue? fatjisrt' tion? Havo you tbo respect ot tho Paw The liinuup of Mnr. rnv olid men of your clubs? Have you. poll. Cinoinniili Knrjuiror. I am beginning to suspect Is the case." She straightened her slender figure, throwing back her shoulders and using a clearer English than before, as It throwing off disguise. "You ask me to deal with you frankly, monsieur; very well, I will. Down In my heart I bave never trusted you never! My father did, and I made pretense to please him. But from our first meeting my womanly Instincts told me you were false. Now I know It! Ypu are not with us, but with our enemies; you are a traitor! a spy!" The words stung; tbey were like the thrusts of a knife. Was the girl insane mad? "You call me a spy," I said soberly, aa her breath failed, "but I am not To me this Is all mystery. But what Why about yourself, mademoiselle? were you at Fort Harmar? What purpose brought you there?" "I went there openly, and In no dlsgulBe," she replied, restraining herself with an effort. "I waa not a spy, nor a victim of curiosity. I told the truth when I said I was seeking my father." "Yet you left at once to return north without finding him?" "Because I had learned he was not there, not In the Amerlcaln forts. I beard the generall tell It to you." "To met the name was not mentioned. We spoko only ot a medicine holding the candle In one hand, I bent down, and drew back gently the edge of the blanket, exposing the dead man's face and whlto beard. In pita of his violent death the features were composed. In no way distorted; he appeared like one lying there asleep. For a moment the girl never stirred, ber attitude strained, her wide-opetearless eyes on the peaceful upturned countenance. It eemed to me she had even ceased to breathe. Then she sank slowly upon her knees beside the body, her head close to the cold cheek. "Father! Father!" sho sobbed, as If In sudden realization ot the truth. "It is you!" Her bat had fallen to the floor, and her wealth ot dark hair unloosened completely bid her face. She had forgotten my presence; everything but ber grief. I drew back ! lently, stuck the sputtering candle on a box, where burned bravel), and left the room. As I glanced back from the doorway, odd shadows flickered along tho walls, and she still knelt there, a vague. IndisIn the other room I tinct figure. found a chair, and sat down, staring dumbly Into the smoldering Are. CHAPTER VIII. Well, good afternoon!" Can the leopard change his spots? lady" He can't, but now and then human IV) "Hhe has come here to reside. character can change Itself all over, If you know how much money she has?" the Incentive In strong enough, and "Haven't a look-In.there Is no Incentive as strong as lore. "Thirty million dollars'" After a long. long time Captain Hrlggs "But don't ask roe to marry It" sat In his club and said to a friend: "I'm not going to, A year ago she "Kter see such a change as there adopted Kstelle llolbrook, an hand- han been In young llamford?" some, a girl as you ever saw." "Seems to havo been mado all oyer "She'd have to to a clipper to beat again," was the reply. some of thorn In the chorus." "Wonder what did It?" "She's nineteen years old and bound "He fell In lovo with a girl who han to be a society favorite at once. Aunt notions." Haskell han let It bo known that she "Hut not hero In thu city?" will leave Estclle all her great for"For a miracle yes." tune." "And and " "Hy Georgo!" "Oh. the news of the engagement Is "I thought you'd see It" out. He's Investing his money in busi"Thirty million on top of what 1 ness, and will bu among the big ones have whew!" some day " "Oo and call there this afternoon. (Copyright. ISM. by lh .Mrt'lure Newspaper Hyndlcate ) 1 was at the house yesterday and told them to expect you soon. Don't let Why He Dislikes the Cow. some one bear the prize, away from Frankly, do not like tho cow, and you." When Fred llamford hnd mado his have never taken tho trouble to make call and departed Aunt Haskell asked ber acquaintance. I do not llko her unrumittlng regularities, such as bethe girl what shu thought ot him. "He'd have, to be made over to suit ing milked twice a day and having her feed bills paid. I could not be patient me," was tho reply. When. tho mother askod Fred what under her glaring Irregularities, such as breaking out ot the pasture and ho thought of the girl he replied: "She's a daisy. 1 shall win her In a meandering off Into tho next township, and It seems to me that It 1 had month." In thn course of a fortnight ho re- to go after her I should take along a peated his call, and it was then that shotgun. The cow has never appealed ho got a few unexpected Jolts and Jars. to me, either an a business propost-lioor a character; I am afraid of her With the greatest confidence and con-cebe began to approach the subject husband, and ber children Interest me at first sight, but was brought up chiefly as veal. This Is Just a statoment of my own with: "We will take another subject, feelings In tho matter, of course, and I seek no quarrel with tho thousands of please." ablo men who can lovo-- and manage "But I bave fullcn In love." "Thon fall out again! You are an her. At ono time I liked horses no utter stranger to me, and such talk better. Hut In tbo country a liorso quickly becumo a necessity, and thus Is Insulting." Fred llamford really thought he was I formed an Intimate acquaintance In love. At his third call he reiterated with one, and got to seo tho Interesthis sentiment, and Mlsa Kstullo said: ing traits of others, so that today I friendships with many "It Is gigantic egotism on your part maintain homos, both In tho country and In to think that you even Interest mo I" town. Yet I should not llko to pay the "But but I don't understand." "Who are you, sir? The son of a winter board bills. Country QeoUe-mat- i. rich mother. You havo been mixed up with scandal after scandul. You have thrown away thousands and Popular Fad. thousands ot dollars, while you have "Well, this will bo your son's last not yet earned ono. Your standard year at college, and football." of womankind Is got from tho chorus. "Yes." You' havo almost ruined yourself "Of course you're glad. He'll soon physically by tho fast pace." settle down to something practical She waited for blin to protest, but and useful." he was too surprised,. and she contin"I'm ufrald not" Mr. Haskell: "Something Inclines mo to believe that Fred must havo proposed for hand and been rejected." "Something Inclines mo to think tbs same thing!" wan tho reply. "But the Idea of her rejecting hltal" Fred called at lntervatn. but hu wan no longer the Fred of tho first call. He did not talk of love, but sought to find out tho girl's standard. enough to be"I am llevo that men, young and old. should respect morality," she said. A spendthrift Is worse than a fool. A man who Is not respected by other men will not bo respected by women. When a young man Is lucky enough to discover that he has more mosey than brains ho should make nu effort to equalize thlngn. Drains and money are given a tnnn that he should take alt, a high place among nun. That 1 llamford, Must ou go? 1 n lt "Eh?" "No. Ho expects to bs a t Alirll ft. 101 1. THE CITIZEN. Page Seven. IN THE HOME The Garden at Nazareth st'r: Years Have Dealt Lightly With Spot Where Mary Was for a Time Happy Easter Lilies Adorning an Easter Lily SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door cial. Berea's Vocational Schools money-earning power, combined with Training that adds to your general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commer- With Her Infant Son FOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School VERSE TOR THIS WEEK Tench me, my Coil rinil King, In nil (IiIiik Thee Id sec, And wind I do in :m ttiiiiK. To iln II in for Thee. fl. Herbert. EASTER CANDY II II ''""11 "13 Harden at Xaxaroth covers a hillside slope with Dowers. It lies under a sky so pale fro1" General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, ws can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress EkS that Its blue !ZfiWW$ cately tinted rX) This Harden, EtfJ oriental beat Is dell- - 3rd Door I I Berea's General Academy Course white. where" Jesus were happy long Rn i.. ....... iftu, la nun ti..t uil" lime .tir ferent In appearanco Divinity Fudne from what was In fii) Ki'iiuiiliileil auwir; 3 early days. .Nature cherishesIther own. I l int Kiiro corn !ruii: run water. a Jealous mother, and In these quiet Hull together till very Imril wlien mils or Oalllec tier hand works loving Iried in eol'l wnler. .Menntiine listve ly. Tho Karden, when the. dawn breaks w'lilles nf m I'KPM lienlen In still gently, gleams with tho Jeweled glory frolli. When syrup Is done heat of the dew. When twilight falls nnd Mnwly into t'W. Adil null nml va- the birds which all day long have t fluttered nilla. Heal until thick cuotipli to and the In trco and coppice are quiet, I doves whoso busy wings have prend on hultereil I ray. Cut into flllftn..! tLl.lt..1v In Ik -- .... .1. 1.. I. ...... , nmtLi; in uir nilimillllU B.'VIV -iliiiires. their nests harmoniously, It Is a peaco-- 1 110 orlc",al "k- - ""l? Fig Cream Fudye ful place, sequestered """I", he ndlnes :i oup of Mi!iir; I cup eroain; So few changes hare come to the tb0 'e cup corn pound figs; I life of this part of Palestine In 2,000 , rii; cars that It Is not hard to plerco mM modestly tahliipooii Ii'miiiii juice. I,ack t0 ,,,elr R"rdeii at Nazareth Cook I he MiiKtir, cruiuii anil syrup tho misty veil of time and reallzu as earuo at last the holy family, and hi In n vision how this ennlen iooki.,1 . n cofl hall. Owl thu mixture, when Mary used to go there with the little houso adjoining they lived -- Mr, ami when it thickens add the her little Son. a happy mother for a" through the boyhood of Jesus In thl Pleasant spot Mary often sat. her lien, ut Hue, ami mill lemon juice. whom tho future held no fears. Whim too thick to pour, spread on Ilullt on the sides of two hills, the cllllJ at l,er kne"' and dreami.J long buttered pan ami cut into squares town Itself has a charm all Its own, tboughta of tender motherhood, "y this path she led her little boy made up not alono of pious assocla-- 1 before it is cold. tloni! but as well of tho beauty of or to Joseph's workshop, where he would Maple Fudge learn tho trade of carpentry. Here HriKik I pound of maple sugar into chards, cultivated fields nnd gardens. As seen from tho high road which sho was happy. Hero she was young -- mall pieces ami put it oer the tire leads thither from the sea throsgli Not ye( Into her loving heart had with i cup of milk, Bring to a boil, tho wide, fair plain of Ksdraeloti It Is corns the fear of her Son's great des-- a tiny. add 1 Inlihvpoou hiilter and cook friendly looking place. Just a llttlo beyond the town of Its houses, red and white, stretch until a little dropped into cold water heeomus brittle. Take from the lire; up to tho top of tho hill from the Nazareth, about 000 yards from where on Its Mary's Hr until it lupins to granulate a steep declivity In which tho town Is- and at house stood,day close bbrders, to the later gardens orchards Inhtllc nlnnd (he sides of the pot, and placed, andadd color andthe scene, re-- ; Church thisthe Annunciation, Is the of terspersed to pour into a greased pan. Mark into llevlng that bleakness ot plain walls historic well, approached by a path tiare! with a knife. which look so bare In heat of south-- ! long and stony, where Mary came for water for her household. Helow the em sun. Though not so largo as Jerusalem, i fountain Is a pool where she washed IT'S HARD SOMETIMES. smaller even than Ilethlehem. the her garments and household linen, To apologue. Today at evening, when coolness town wears an air of distinction, a To begin over. cheerful atmosphere of hospitality has descended from the hills and temtake advice. To withal, which wins it a fond place la pered tho heat In the valley roundTo bo unsclllidi. a weary traveler's regard.' about, the women of Nazareth come To admit error. To this quiet city of Galileo Mary down the stony pathways from the To face a sneer. came as a bride from tho hilltop town town to Mil their jars with water at of Sepphoris. To be charitable. Tradition tells how this fountain. young she was, how beautiful her Swiftly and softly the women come To b considerate. dark and oval face appeared, how tiny and go. With practiced movement To endure success. wore her hands and feet. She bad they take the amphoras from their To keep on trying. traveled qulto a llttlo In her short life. heads, nil them at the fountain, and TO avoid mistakes. Kor once a year she went on foot t lift them once more to noise them To I j a clean man. with Anna and Joachim to Carmel, I either on head or hip. Every To obey conscience. they owned some land on the ttido Is strong and easy. To keep out of a rut. outskirts of Galilee. That mountain. Their garments, the dark blue or which overlooks St. John of Acre, we red skirt of Gaiyee, corded In at the To forgive and forget. are told, she loved especially, for waist, tho protecting cloak which cov- To prollt by mistake. there she could scan both sky and , To think and then act. sea and watch the clouds llko angels' To depise uuilerhandedue'. garments trailing delicately across the Tm make the host of a little. tields of blue. To maintain a high standard. From this humble home In Nazv i To shoulder deserved blame rrth she fled with her child In her To Mibdue an unruly temper. arms, following Joseph to far Egypt, To recognue the silver lining. there to live hi exllo until It was safo To mile in the face of adversity. onco more to return to tho land of I her birth. To accept just rebuko gracefully. How dear In her dreams seemed To value character above reputathen to her the mountains of Gllboa, tion. snow capped Hermon, the Klshon's To discriminate between sham and stormy stream, nnd the fragrant, pathreal. less fields of Esdraelon, where a thou- Hut it always pays. and eye of daisies) stare widely at 2-- II 2-L'I 4? JJK63Sjs For those who aro not expecting to teach and who are not going thru College, but desire moro general education. This is just tho thing for those preparing for medical studies or other professions without a collcgo course. It also gives the best general education for those who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keeprlght on in their course of study Read Dlnsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." BETTER THAN FIGURE-FOU- mmmmmmmmm 1 5th Door R Berea's Preparatory Academy Course -2 -2 IJLn Triggers 'in Trap Shown In llluttratlor Are Very Sensitive Drawing Explains Setting. niy-- This is tho straight road to Collego best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department. ( Now that the season for trapping game and the animals U at hand. I want to tell the boys o'f a few short cuts that will help them out. Kirst, It Is a modification of the Fig r set of triggers. This Is one of the oldest and among the most trappers. used triggers of The figure four. an generally made, caused the pressure of the stone or log that was held up by the top trigger, to be so great that sometimes ure-Kouold-tim- e a. uAYNort) 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered This is tho crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Trap for Gams. the trap would not be thrown even though all the bait would be taken off, The triggers In this Improved trap, are very sensitive to the touch. I have raught as many as three sknnk. with the same bait a common mouse. straight-graineI used pieces of but tough sticks. These were cut In lengths of about eight inches, and d -- attl-whe- notched. The drawing will explain the method of setting the trap. CHILD'S TOY CART IS NOVEL Bottom Lets Down and Dumps Con tents of Vehicle on Floor Oper-ate- d by Small Springs. Children's toys nowadays reproduce almost everything used In real life, and an example of this ts the toy dump cat designed by a New Hampshire man. The toy works on the same prln ciple as n real dump cart, and by pressing a soring the bottom lets BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g institution. It requires certabi 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 rcputation'of tho young people. Our students coma from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valaabl 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 theif 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. Oar climate ia tha best, but as students mast attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, In the fall, and $1.50 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and la returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 and $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental feo and room rent by the term, board by tho half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLKOB Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 5.60 $ 6.00 7.00 $ 7.00 Daddy's Bedtime Story- DADDY A Little Bunny' Brother For the Silvertoe Kittens. The Cat and th Rabbit. Uvelyn hud admired Tabby's kittens as much as Jack mid They certainly were handsome babies, fat and pink uosed. soft, silk fur that wan very much like Tabby's own gray coat.they said as "I must tell you a funny story about u cat." duddy them. put the kittens back Into tho basket, where Tubby liked to keep gray, with "Mistress Sllvertoes had a family of line kittens. They were mother, and nhe thought they were the handsomest kitwhite feet like their Utlt-iusre- Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 10, 1913 Board 7 weeks, dut Oct 29, Total for term Incidental Fee Room 1913 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 " 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 7.00 9.45 $23.45 9.45 $32.90 WINTER TERM . Board 6 weeks Amount due Dec. 31, 1913 Board C weeks due Feb. 11. Total, for term 1914 $ 5.00 6.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $ G.OO 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $82.20 them, running Mlvertoes warmed tbem and cuddled them ami fed them, should la the gnutest alarm to tho box lu the burn, where he Lent one of the llttlo tilings begin to cry. o pick up a "One morning Mistress Sllvertoes went out Into the woods these dainties of ideo mole or wood mouse for her breakfast. She was fond caught. and knew a clump of the woods where they could bo noWe s possible, .to "As she slipped through the grans, making a. little she savr a little heard a pattering among the grass Teeplng In the bushes brown flguro hopping along very slowly home " "It was a dear little baby rabbit, lost or strayed from was rig It dreamed that the bogteboo of little rabb ts. a hungry cat. to - Sllvertoes picked the rabbit up In her mouth. Intending yet. take "Mlstresbut eyes opened It homo ami show It to the kittens. They had not their t aEihcCe-'rabbla soft I.tt.e voice very much cr.ed son'etlmes cried, Mistress Sllvertoes began to wonder If he a. tbe klt ens sorry for the little t .lug. Lest would taste so good after all She felt of Its neck. Just as she It she carried It very carefully by the buck hart waa In the habit of carrying the kittens. away .M.e licked It gently with "Once she put It down, and It did not run rabbit seemed to like this tongue. The her warm s box In the barn The be Jl.e nicked It up again and hurried to the or luncheon. 1 don't know .upper or dinner were wnl l ig for some more of kitten meats auyway. I hard to wi s mIsSss SI vermes If. made up 'her mind. She dropped tho rabbit right -tmd sM pBBBIg2rnHLs5B The Holy Mother. Toy Dump Cart. down and the contents roll out on the floor or ground, according to where tlm owner Is playing. The bottom portion of this toy cart Is fastened to the axles of the wheels, and an upwardly Inclined portlou Is pivoted to the sides. The sides and back of tho cart are stationary. Tho back end of the bottom portlou Is connected with the back of the cart by means of springs, and can be released by quick, slight pressure. When this Is done the weight of the contents of the cart force the bottom down from the rear and roll out, the upper portion of the body of the cart being raised a llttlo In the process. This makes uo difference, however, to the position of the horse, which trots along on Its single wheel In the same attitude as before. Any little teamster will tell you that this dump cart Is a big over one that you have to of a pick the load out of by hand, era them almost entirely, coming oven over tho forohead, hang gracefully In long; straight folds. Mary must have dressed like these women when she camo to the flowing well Her llttlo foot that history tella about with such Insistent emphasis were, llko theirs, uncovered. Her llttlo hands wero strong, like theirs, te lift the heavy amphora high. With flexibility of youth sho mounted tho rocky slope to where her bouse stood. Many times, no doubt, she led the infant Jesus with her. holding fast his band. The pool beneath the fountain, where the women wash their clothes, reflected often her earnest brow. This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Fall Winter Sfrlng Ttlat .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 5.00 18.00 Business course studies for students in other departments: 10.50 Stenography 9.00 27.00 7.50 Typewriting, with one hour's use 7.00 6.00 5.00 of instrument 18.00 Com. Law, Com. Geog., Cora. 1.60 1.80 Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 6.40 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. d young man or young woman can get an education at Any 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 new studies vith some of the best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must brine or send a testimonial showing that they are above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Spring Term opened March 25th. Hurry up I For information or friondly advice write to tho Secretary, able-bodie- MUri iXeS S. I kit-ten- ,n,"'Sy Ur ' .dopted sure'eno Mrs. sllvertoes and all the Sllvertoo kittens "Aid lit 'into the.r family And he lived wtth t em a. happUy that h e rabtilt r. off Into the woods by himself. is could he until he was old enough to hop Quite a Lively What Is the uaval definition kiss? A pleasure sniaok Craft MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Pago Eight, THE CITIZEN. April 0, 1014. 1 Burning Springs n ml family nro moving from Posoy Burning Springs, April 3rd. Tho lo Win. Flanery's place. Tho MissEa-s-t t ' n ion Sunday School of (Ills placo es No I Me, Grace and Herlhn Jackson reorganized recently wlh tho fol- and (heir cousins, Susie and Ethel lowing ofllcers: Supt., J. S. Hawl- Jackson, visited nt Mr. J. W. How-lanSunday. Mr. mid Mrs. T. F. ings; Asst. Supl., Miss Haagen; Sec, Mls Ora Jones; Treas., Elbert Hub- Hale's little daughter, May, has been ill with spinal meningitis for about bard; Organist, Mrs. E. Hubbard, nocoirtipondtoM patllibed saleM (liifd la fall by tlx writer, Tie iiih The school invites all to join in its 2rt days. tTMene o( tool Ultb. WMte pUltljr. ! not lot pnbllcitlon, bot l great work eacli Sunday nt nino a. Island City in. Mrs. Daniel McDaniel and childJACKSON COUNTY son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sexton, ren returned after n pleasant visit Island City, April 2. There Is a Isaacs died la- -t Tuesday. Mr. Leonard with her mot her, Mrs. Walden, of large llde in South Fork Itiver. Isaacs. April I. Fanners arc busy Medlock and Mr. Dan Gabbard of( Fogertown. Mr. J. S. Hawlings re- Born lo the wife of Hill Thomas a sowing :ls ninl grass. II. Pnrrell Louisville were here Saturday mid turned from a business tr(p lo Ann- line girl named Hael.- - A. B. Bryant is building n now bam. Ocncrnl Sunday visiting friends and rela- ville. Drummer T. H. Itobinson Is' and family, who have been In Frankt Willis it foully visited bis sister, tives. Leonard was ono of our in Louisville with the shoe linn for lin for the past year, returned home Mrs. Anio Brewer. Every one was Annville boys and everybody was whom he works. Messrs. T. C. and in few days ago.-DaBowman glad In see Mr. Willis for he hadn't glad to see him and was sorry Ihat Geo. McDaniel took their lies out left a few days ago lo spend. the been in Ibis neighborhood for over liis visit was so short. Mrs. Sallio with tho recent tide. A large con- summer In ('lay county. All tho Baldwin sold part Moore and children of Moores signment of nursery stock was re- Junius folks enjoyed a candy pally three yenrs.-C- hn. of his farm to n Mr. Howard. Mr. Creek were here Saturday and Sun- ceived recently from tho famous al. Win. Bicknell's Saturday night. as a Howard is preparing to build at (lie day visiting her mother and grand- -' Green's nursery of llochester, N. Y. G. H. Palmer purchased a nice pair place near Sam mother. Mr. and Mrs. David York by old several of our enterprising and of mules from Harvey Evans for Taylor's. Jerry York and wife and have moved into their new dwella ila Hoskius returned homo people who believe Susie Walson visited on Pigeon ing, and they had the pleasure of that the success of our people large-- l a few days ago from Ohio. People llool last Wednesday. Hill Hiley entertaining his falher and mother depends upon a variety of good are planning to farm quite a lot In liad u working lasl Thursday.- - Rob- Sunday. Hoy lloach, who has lately fruit trees for.--G. this part of the country this season. d ert Taylor made a business I rip to returned from the V. S. army, has W. MeCreary improved his premises Olio Mays who has been in Berea today. .Nola Taylor been hero visiting friends ninl relaEast Iternslaill by removing the fence separating school for the past six iiionlhs, revisiled al ilev. Pearl Hacker's lasl tives Mr. Hawlings was hen.1 last his lawn ami garden. A row of turned home a few days ago. Fred flour-food- s. Sunday. Mr. Woodford .Turner's week slaking on" streets and lots in Green's line plum trees were planted Peters returned homo a few days is very siek at present. Mr. the Held recently purchased of John baby where tlie fence stood. - Mr. and Mrs. ago from Berea- .- Born lo the wife and Mrs. II. C. Davis visited their Medlock. J im York put a new roof .las. Hawlings announce the birth of of L. II. Sandliu a bouncing girl. hot-bre- ad son, (Too. P.ivis, last Thursday. on Jits dwelling last week. Hill a daughter. Mrs. Sara Jane Horus-b- y The ('.itngleloii Slave Works of this Robert Akeiimn and wife visited his Steel is building on his lot, near diof Caution is being treated by Dr. place is in full blast again. A. B. sister, Mrs. (ieorgie Setlle, Sunday. Lewis' Store. Thomas Medlock is Pennington of London. The popular earmark and wife visited at Blake! Ueo. Hiley, who has been siek so building a house for his daughter, rlhur Bry-- ! hat drummer, Sloyd Bogley, of Aim- - Satiinlav ami Suinlaj long does not seem to improve any. Mrs. Lillie Johnston. A very large Tale Edwards lias moved from I). crowd allendeil tie service held at It. Allen's plaee to his new dwelling the home of Jim York Sunday- .- Jer-- 1 house near Mrs. Sim Parretl's. II. ry York, the deputy sheriff of Hits is inft Davis and family visitedjiis place, went to McKce today on bu- -( ' brother, Jim Davis, on Pond Creek tiles'.. " Sunday. Henry Tineher lias come fly S. E. KISER i all back to slay witli his children, who Carico are living on Johnnie Pennington's Carico, April 0. We are having Sarah Davis visited her farm. Mr. Min Turner last. some line weather at present. graiulfallie' Friday evening. Bill Turner, Jr., Sowing oats is t lie occupation of tho 'S the hope He cave us dying? Has our wisdom day with the farmer. There was has moved to Pond 'Lick. brought us doubt f a large tide in the river last week Is the world a world of scoffers? Has the lamp which lasted six days, causing a dep.it week to see Elba, the daughl- - Mr-'- . Tom I..ikiIoii spent Sunday of love gone out? Parrot lay in tin mail. Mr. Orben Smith's ,or of 11. ('.. Brewer, who is sick. - with Mr and Mrs. Jim Coylo in Parrot, April 5. Perry Dees of Has He ceased to be the Savior? Is He but a Margroves and L. B. Brewer lea. Little Ituby cr.inrord Hurt Livingston was visiting his daught back is some better. Mr. J. W. Anfailinc wraith? an erecting a new dwelling for I', has been ver sick but is better er, Mrs. u. v. .loimsion, or tins' gel fell at Livingston while loading Is Gcthsemanc an idyl that no lonccr rouses N Brewer. las. Smith has pur- - now - Geo. Nee and family spent place, a few days this week. A j goods and broke four of his ribs. faith? phased a pair of hounds of Andy Saturday niglil with J. D. Wynn and largo crowd attended church at Let- Mrs. S. II. Huberts, who has pneuHuff for .I0 and is now ready to family. Tom McDinnick of Slato Hark! Hear the bells ring out behold the cross ter Box Saturday night and Sunday, monia fever, is improving. The join the fox hunters' league. L. II. Lick was in Paint Lick Monday. upon the hill; which was conducted by Revs. regular meeting is !ie second SunBrewer has been appointed deputy 'The high miIiooI hero has oponeM Hanker and Johnston. Bro. Hacker, day in April. All come. The little Once more the stones arc red by which His I'.ounlv c.uil Clerk of this county.1 again, since tho scarlet fever scare infant of S. II. Huberts has been very i weary feet were prest ; will be our moderator for the next over. Miss Fannie How-dehas Mr. Win. Cook, the new merchant year. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Powell sick but is better at this writing. t Doubt yesterday was master, but today there at Hits placo, is doing a nice busi- ivtiirnod to Boron wliero she will Mr. S. 11. Huberts has taken out1 of Isaacs visited relatives in this rises still bo for several weeks. Mr. W. C. ness. neighborhood Saturday night. J. about 10 lbs. of honey this Spring The vision of the Little Child upon His mother's breast. . Wymi Is in Harlan this week. W. II. Hundley and family are moving to , and says his bees arc richer than Conkling M. Lane Wynn Is visiting his grandthey were last Summer. Mr. John place-Tod- ay is the Isaac Tussey We decline to reach for shadows, and we pity them that Conkling, April l The biggest parents in Madison Co. the, first day the mail has reached Summers has returned from Livcropc Inle of (he season the past week. ,"ih'i place since Saturday, March ingston, where ho has been loading Where no substances are present, blindly holding fast to Charley Bowles and Miss Cora M. Dees of Livingston -, ties. Mr. P. LEE COUNTY 28th, on account of high water. Erhope; Maiuous eloped Friday night, April licit, the little sou of Mr. and Mrs.' was visiting his daughter, Mrs. Geo. Can the .newer, wider knowledge we possess be satisfied ,'lrd, and have gone to parts unIdamay Phee Hillard, has been very sick for, Johnson, last Saturday and Sunday. With a faith that spread in darkness? Have we swept known to get married. Miss Ada Ed Huberts caught some fine fish Idaiuay, April 5. Wo have been the Inst few days. Mrs. Jesse Mc- -' the myth aside? Wilson sold a lino heifer last week Cowan rif Mershons is visiting her Inst week. fnrV.a-J- . Wilson sold n cow ,0 lm'ng s.m.e very cold rainy wonth parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wyatt, Hark! Hear the bells ring out again; once more the iro Arthur Bryant for ?:. Miss Maud or for the past week. Farmers Born oats anthems thrill, of this place. Died March 27th, at Mildred Anderson accompanied her father gelling behind sowing to Mr. and .Mrs. Luther Isaacs, her home near this place, Mrs. Jane Mildred, April G. Farmers are The faith we turned from yesterday is lovingly confessed, to his appointment at Flat Lick Fri-dCunagin, wife of W. M. Cunagin and a girl, named Gl.vlis. For, though our knowledge may be great, before us rises and will visit a week with rela- March Iltsl badly behind with their plowing on Miss Bert..- Mays spent last Jyin-iln- y daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mart account still Mr. ami Mrs. John Lyltle tives. of so much rain. James Combs. She was 25 years, 11 months Willi V.im Martha Hughes. Mr. The vision of the Little Child upon His mother's breast. have moved back lo Island Creek. a working Saturday and ami Mrs. Cushion Porter spent last and one day old at the time of her Towles had I. B. Spence was through hero Sat got a line day's work done. J. G. death. She belonged to the Green " uVdaV sWHng "'""J, MM Morris had a working last Saturday Pond eton. Mr. and Hill Church and was a kind and lovMci.ollum visited in Bonneville, bat - i,,,, a week and got a fine days work ing wife. We hope her suffering i3 here will be preaching nt Uioss , unlay. hands. Mrs. Jano Roads HaMer Sunday. Wo wish In She sulTercd for several done witli fifteen done. is very poorly at this writBoone have a large crowd.---M- r. John .Mormonths with heart dropsy. She Morris ing. W. F. Tineher has moved onto Boone, Apr. (5. Mrs. II. llamblin, gan has bought out Grant NewrnnuV husband, father and mother, leaves looking af-- ant purchased a nico 'tow from J. who has been sick is belter. purchased by J. Store. Mr. Harvey Bond was H three sisters and a great number of tlie land recently and Mrs. John villc, was hero recently F. Tineher. Mr. and calling on thoj Wilson for $50. David Chadwell re- John Baker and Miss Mary llain-lil- ln It'auiay one day last week on busiother relatives to mourn her death. Simpson, also Mr. and Mrs. Thos. ter his properly Ilev. merchants. The While of Lon- - turned from Boonovillo Saturday were married at Ml. Vernon a ness. Circuit Cotirt will begin at She was laid to rest in the Gabbard Moruou win nogin a series oi meetings where ho has been serving as a few days ago. We wish Ihe young Hoatlyville tomorrow.- - People in graveyard. "Call not back the dear Morris were visiting Mrs. Jane night and Sunday. at the Holiness Church. Ilexford, grand juryman. Lee Gabbard, Jr. couple a long and happy life. Idamay are gelling better of .snail- departed, Anchored safe where ris Saturday Mr. James .Nelly is hauling goods son of Elbert Hubbard, has recov- escaped from the Boonovillo jail a Melviu Sims, who litis been sick for ,lo.v. Hurrah for the Citizen ;nd Us storms are o'er, On the border land Bakered from the accident which oc- few days ago. He was charged with some timo is slowly recovering. niati renders we left her Soon to meet and part for W. A. Hunter. Mr. Robert log buyer for tho Livingston curred while playing with powder. selling whiskey. Prentice Brewer Lambert ami wife wero no more. When we leave this worjd er, the Co., was in this communiof llicbmoiid has visited friends and Berea visitors a few days ago. Joo of changes, When wo leave this Lumber OWSLEY COUNTY looking after relatives of this place for the past Level t is planning lo move in the world of care, Wo shall find our ty the llrst of the week CINCINNATI MARKETS Posey logs and putting hands to floating. week. of Climax in a few days. Tho missing loved ono In our Father's I'osey, April 3. Tho farmers are W. F. Jones is cutting logs on his Ilev. W. T. Lambert passed thru Mansion fair." Sturgeon farm purchased from Bally Simpson later getting their oats sown this Iloono Monday. Mrs. Ella Author Is New Corn Is quoted n follows: No Sturgeon, April rt. Born to tho very sick. The Ilev. Mc.Nito, who 2 white IViUViv. No. 3 wlilto 70(J year than usual, owing to the wet for tho Livingston Lumber Co. Hughes reFannio Maiuous visited wife of Arthur Welch, a lino boy, litis been visiting his daughter, Mrs. 71c. No. 4 while CSJifiUc. No. 2 yellow weather. Hughes, April C Hevs. Lambert Edgar Cook lost 315 in checks cently when jumping acros tho her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lay-fet- le His name is Elwan Odoil. Married E. C. Blair, returned o his home in 7Uil 71 V4e. No. 3 yellow CU(tf70c, No. 4 and Harden preached al this place jollow No. 2 mixed 710 Neely, last Sunday. C. B. How-lau- d April 2nd, at the homo of tho bride, Harlan Co. recently. .lamed Blair 72c, No. 3 mixed 0!i70c, No. 4 mixed Saturday night and Sundayi Ilev. creek his day book flew out of his F. telephone put in his Mies Margaret Botner to Mr. W. has had a lost ti milk cow one day last week.- ti7j4C8'p, mixed ear 704r72r, whlti Hardin left on appointment to be pocket into tho water. G. ear 70f72c, yellow ear 70Viic73c. Baker. We wish them much Morns house. Miss Eisio Wilson was the back here the fourth Sunday in next Tineher was visiting J. liny No. 1 timothy I1K.76, standard night. Tho Maid of tho guest of the Misses Lucy and Lu-ni- iii success through life. Ilev. Dunagin GARRARD COUNTY timothy $17.75. No. ' timothy J1G.7GQ month. Ilev. demons will preach Friday Idamay filled his appointment al .Maiuous Saturday night and of interesting story and Paint Lick 17.20, No. 3 timothy $14.75. No. 1 do for us on t lie second Saturday and Forest is an very Royal Oak Saturday and Sunday. Paint Lick, April I. Mr. and Mrs. ver mixed $17.25. No. 2 clovtr mixed Sunday. Mr. Jack Iloso is no bet- The Citizen is the best family paper Sunday. Mrs. Eva Sizemoro is poorly al this writing. Miss Myrtlo Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Brewer of Trav- W. W. West were in Berea ono day $15.25, No. 1 clover $1C25, No. 2 clovci ter at this writing. It is thought in the mountains. er ellers Rest, were visiting with his last week. Carlos Iledrick has pur- - $14.25. Itoss of this place and Mr. Sam Oats No. 2 white 43l4fr'44r, Maud that ho cannot recover. Willie and CLAY COUNTY of Boonovillo wcro united in sous, W. G. and L. B. Brower, Sat- chased a nice motorcycle from Mr. nrd white 43ff43Uc. No. 3 while 41?4 Gertie Abrams attended church and urday night and Sunday. marringe March 21st al the bride's Jas. Jones. The Misses Ilysinger alid fo42i No. 4 white 4041r, No. 2 mixed Vine baptizing at Grassy Spring lasl Flanery has recently purchased Bltiiiton of Ml. Vernon have been 42f4Hc, No. 3 mixed 41Vit42c, No by Vine, April 3. There was tho homohappy Ilev. T. F. Hale. A long Sunday. Melviu Azbill visited reand life for tho young couple another nice pair of young mules. visiting Mrs. Chas. Hodgers and Mrs. 4 mixed 39V6Q404c. 9GftU7e, No. 3 red Wheat No. 2 red latives at lied Lick Saturday night. largest tide in Liltlo Sexton this is the wish of tho writer. Uncle Mr. Flanery deals only in tho best A. B. Wynu. Miss Mao Anderson, 9tfi&c, No. 4 red H3ffD3c. Joo Alaxandor visited at Jack Iloso week that has been for some time. Jack Neely has gono to live with Unit can bo bought. Or. J. A. Ma- - who has been with Mrs. W. C. Poultry lions, old, 17c, do Huht 17c Sunday. Frank Campbell was Johnnie Baker got nearly all his ties Mr. D. W. Maiuous. Mr. Jesse Herd hiiffey was called to Richmond tho Wvuu for several mouths, has re- roosters 12c, fryers 13Q'15c; turkeys calling on Miss Virgio Powell re- floated out of this creek. Charley crooked breasted, 12c; geese, V$p0c turned lo her homo nt Wnllnccton. Ekks I'rlmo llrsts 17c, firsti cently. Mrs. Mary Perry, who has Melton of Pond Creek and Nancy Jano Mr. ami Mrs. Hazzledon of Lnn- - lciic. ordlnury firsts 1514c Itobinson were married at tho brldo's been sick, is able to bo out again. easier came to Paint Lick in Ibelrt Caltlo Shippers $tf.758.36. oxtrs Alex Perry, tho book agent, reluriw homo recently. Ilev. Levi Penning' automobile Tuos.Iay.-M- r. and Mrs.1 Jj!Jf' good bitchcr steers, extra I8.1C ed home Saturday night and reports ton olllciated. Henry Clay of Sexto eholco $78, common J. T. 'Ihoinpson spent Saturday and t0 fnlr $6.75C85; heifers, extra $8.1( good success. Carlus and Delias ton's Creek and Mary nico of this Sunday with Mrs. Mart Baker nt 8.25, nood to choice $78, common Azbill of Quilt Creek visited their place were quietly married nt tho Harts. Miss Nannie Conn entertain- - to '"If $5.50QG.76; cows, extra $C.C0 Saturday night. bride's homo this evening. Ho v. uncle at this place You all to ed it number of her friends at her fl7d,,lVAS?!fP0. ,U..6:40' co.',n!.nr0 The farmers nro behind with Melcalf olllciated. A long and pros UI1 IU vmuiuiB (d,U ftl.UVlfUtlU! home Saturday evening. Mr. mid 4.2&. oat sowing. Everybody will perous liTo is tho wishes of tho their few you Mrs. A. B. Wynu spent Saturday and Hulls Ilologua $6.507.30, cxtr sow this week if weather will per- writer. -- Aunt Ilebecca Pennington, Sunday with Mr. John Smith in Be- $7.40, fat bulls $707.50. mit. Hurrah, for tho .New Story, who has lagrippe, is sonio belter. Card Send Calves Kxtra $10, fulr to Kood $7.7t rea. Miss Kalo Ely is clerking for !).7fi, common and largu $5.759.50 Levi IVnnington and daughter-in-laTlie Maid of Tho Forest. Iledrick & Son. Hoy Estridgo took shippers and plKi Hoks LlKlit Mrs. Isaac Pennington, nro vis if you once. his sister, Ethel, to Lancaster Tues- steady. Selected heavy $9,1509.20 iliug (he hitter's sister, Mrs. Larkin Annville day on his motorcycle. Jolin Merrl-ma- n, good to choice packers nnd hutcheri Annville, April o Miss Pearl Pennington of Livingston, who is packers $9.109.15, $U.1G9.20, an old Berea student, who has stags $4,750-7.26- mixed extra $7.35, common Mi'dlock has been sick for n few very poorly. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnio been in Chicago for the past two to cholcu heavy fat sows $C8.25, ex Lewis spent Wednesday night with tlays but is getting butter. Mrs. years, Is al his home nenr Lancaster tru $8.3508,40, light shippers $8.4009. Truell, who has been sick so Henry Morgan. Martha Rico is vis for n few weeks. Iloiiben Abnoy of pigs (110 lbs and less) $5.508.36. HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager long, is abb) to bo out again. Mrs. iting relatives in Grayhawk. Matt to choice Sheep Scalfold Cane is visiting his broth- $S.505.90,Kxtra $0,to good $3.50C.25 comon ?inhop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. fair Martha Medlouk is in very poor ami Levi Pennington bought James Phone 7 or 187 er, Hubert. Jim Harvo Halston was health. Mrs. Martha W. Casteel is Bowman's interest in the saw and in Berea ono day last week'. Mr. nnd slowly improving. Jerry, tho little grist mill at this placo. Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else d's I BAKiN6 ROYAL Is the Housewife's Greatest Help. light, flaky, fruit short cake or delicate hot biscuit? Powder vid J ' WHAT so tempting: to the appetite wide-il-wa- ke !:irii.--Hho- well-care- Royal makes the perfect short cake, biscuit and muffin, and improves the flavor and healthfulness of all risen sarne time making them more attractive and appetizing. It renders the biscuit, and short cake more gestible and nutritious, at the Royal Baking Powder dispensable for the preparation the year round of perfect foods. Cftr Visit1" nf Gift-- Bo-J.-- liii , -- , av - j vi-ei- Ilas-cin- How about that Guttering of Yours? catch the rain want water can for the next weeks. us a Postal want it repaired at w, An-geli- uo Berea School of Roofing ,