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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): April 16, 1914 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1914 cit1914041601_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): April 16, 1914 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I' IIES 13 r.uMP I IDENT S OFFICE El? EA COLLEGE I3ER E A KY 1E&EA PUBLISHING CO. (HfOfMMHIHATKD) WM. C FROST, UHor-U-CKRUTH Me FALL, Offlt. EAler BEN HOLLANDER. Clrt.Cllon Mir. at Hftta, u wrmtf Bttmli mt UM ftort-oJl- IDevoteci to tiie Interests of tlie bo under twenty dollars, and upon convicted thereof bo lined not exceeding one hundred dollars, or con duct! in tho county Jail not legs than ono day nor more (ban thirty days, either so fined or Imprisoned or both in the discretion of tho court or tho jury trying tho caso: nnd If tho nmouul of such check or draft bo twenty dollars or over, ho shall bo guilty of a felony and conllned In the penitentiary for not less than one year nor more than two years, and the drawer of such check or draft shall bo prosecuted in llio comity in which ho delivers same. Provided however, that if tho person who makes, issues, utters or delivers any such check, draft or order, shall pay tho same within twenty days from Iho time ho receives actual notice, verbal or written, of the dishonor of such chcck,' draft or order, ho shall not ho prosecuted under Ibis section, and any prosecution that may have been instituted within tho timo nbovo menlioned shall, if payment of said check lie mado as aforesaid, be dismissed at the cost of defendant. Tho making, drawing, uttering or delivering of such check, draft or order as aforesaid shall bo prima facie evldenco of Intent to defraud. (The Citizen BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, APML 10, 1014. Knowledge it power and U war to keep up with aoiara knowledge Is io read a good newspaper. Mountain FeoDle Ono Dollar a Year. No. 42 Vol. XV. Fivo Cents a copy. COLD CHECK BILL lly n volo of 33 lo 0, Iho Scnnto recently pnssed tlio Walton measure, better known as llio "cold chock" hill, providing for n heavy punishment for Iho nffonso of Issuing n check or draft without moans to meet It. This hill has been npproved hy Oov. McCronry, and read ns follows: An Ant to regulnlo the making, drawing littering or delivering of checks drafts or other orders for iho payment of money, and llxing tho penally for the violation thereof: Ho it enacted hy llio General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky: That any person who with Intent lo defraud shall make, or draw, or utter or deliver any check, draft or girder on the payment of money upon any bank or other depository, knowing at Iho time of such making, drawing, uttering or delivery that nt tho maker or drawer has not funds in such bank or other qf depository for tho payment check, draft or order In full upon Its presentation: or Win) after having made, ullered or delivered any check, draft or olhcr order for tho payment of money upon any bank or other depositor, siall withdraw or causo to lio withdrawn, tho money or any part thereof to tho credit of tho maker of such draft, check or other order for the payment of money without leaving with such bank or other depository a sufllcionl sum lo cover such check, draft or other order for tho payment of money shall bo guilty of misdemeanor, if tho amount of such check or draft suf-flce- The Children It is to bo supposed that all parents love their children, but some have queer ways of showing it! Here are three things that Tiirc Crn.KN thinks parents ought to do for their children: First, teach them everything the parents know how to work, how to behave, how to control themselves. Second, see that they get good schooling. Third, prepare them to manage themselves and their own affairs when the parents are gone. For this purpose give every child a garden plot or something to manage by itself. UNITED STATES NEWS IN Governors Plan Conference Madison will bo tho scat of tho Governor's Congress on Juno 9, 10, II and 12 nnd Milwaukee on Juno 13. Twenly-Ilv- o governors havo already nolilled Secretary Miles C. Riley that Governmental they will attend. problems affecting all stales will be discussed. The governors of western stales are urging Congress lo let every state havo complete jurisdiction over tho remaining public lands of tho wwlern stales within Its borders. St. Louis Quacks Indicted Tho crusade against quack doctors started in SI. Louis In January has resulted in driving tho quacks out of the city. Eleven quacks were Indicted last week on charges of using Iho mails to defraud. More indict ments will bo returned against med ical sharks next week and Assistant United States District Atlorney Homer Hall said the evldenco against all is overwhelming. Peach Crop Destroyed Tlio freezing temperatures of tho last week havo damaged tho peach crop of the Ozark fruit bell lo tho extent of 250,000, according to reports of expert horticulturists of that region. accom Hail and windstorms, panied by a sharp drop in tempera ture did ninny thousands dollars' damage lo vegetables and citrus fruit crop thrnout central Florida. Senator Lodge Urges Canal Toll Re peal Senator Lodge, veteran Republi can member of tho Foreign Relations Committee, held tho attention of the entire membership and of tho crowded galleries for over two hours, defending President Wilson's position in insisting upon the passage of the Canal Toll nepeal mil. He was given strictest attention by his colleagues on both sides of tlio chamber. Ho declared that tho right of tho I nitcd States to exempt, any. QL its. shipping from tolls was unques Honed under strict interpretation of the treaty, but because of the delicate position in which the country is now in its foreign relations, ho was in favor of nonpartisan support of llio President. Saloons Closed The wave of Prohibition that has been sweeping over tho country moved on with a1 rush in tho Spring In Illinois elections everywhere. Hie women were largely activo and intluenli.il on the right side, in many cases giving the decisive majorities. Bryan Bows to the Boodlers Ever since the slatting of tho Panama Canal Columbia has been urging an alleged grievance against the United States and employed skit ful agitators to urge her "claims" so as to get somo moro millions out of Uncle Sam. Tho United States has paid fho French company and paid Panama, anil paid for the building of tho canal, and now Secretary Bryan is trying to persuade tho Son-a- to to pay another $25,000,000 to Columbia, and the agitators sho has hired lo push her groundless and Verily Undo ridiculous claims. Sam is being "held up" by every body Atlantic Fleet Ordered to Mexico A paymaster and an unarmed do tachment of marines were arrested in Tampion while seeking to replenish tho supply of gasolino for their launch. Upon a vigorous demand of Rear Admiral Mayo, they wero released and apologies offered for tho mistake. Tho Mexican authorities also refused to render tho salulo to Iho American ting, as is tho custom in saluting the lings of all nations. Tho Atlantic tleet has been ordered lo Tampion to hack up tho demand of Rear Admiral Mayo that tho American (lag be saluted by tho Hueita commander. President Wilson Opposes Belay President Wilson expressed his disapproval to curtail tho anti-tru- st legislative program for this session as proposed by Congress. Members who had conferred with tho Prcsl dent later declared that an effort will bo mode lo report on n single meas ure embodying (ho substanco of all the separate tentative bills and that legislation also would bo pressed to meet tho deminds of labor for re strlrtion of the Injunction power of Iho courts. Tlio Senate nnd House Democrats pre very averse to carrying out tho full trust legislallvo program, but tin v will probably act according to (be wishes of tho Prosldout. 1 OUR OWN STATE Farmers' Plans Right now is the time when every farmer is begin- ning spring work in earnest. Some are working at haphazard, some on short plans for one season only, but the wise ones are planning at least three years ahead so that the crop and work of one year shall help the crop and work of next year. Our boys have taught us by their corn crops last year that it is better to raise a big crop on a small field than a spindling crop on a large one. Let us mix brains with our sweat and get fa better living out of our land. If we take care of our land it will take care of us. I WORLD NEWS BOW AND ARROW Last fall Itev. C. S. Knight invented llio game of "Arrokay" which in some respecls resembles croquet. This game was immediately received wilh popular favor. A club was funned known as. tho "'Arrokay Club of Horoa," members of which havo enjoyed the game on pleasant lays all winlcr. Last week they remodeled their range, (at llio lower end of Lincoln Held) revised tho rules and now Invito all those who have ever enjoyed tho uso of bow and arrows lo get into tho game. Tho now rules aro as follows: 1. All players use samo number of arrows. 2. Hilling tho bag at 25 yards counts 25. 3. Hitting (ho bag at CO yards counts 100; bitting tho mound at GO yards counts 50; hitting tho six fool ring at GO yards counts 25. t. Hitting the bag at 40 yards counts 75; hitting tho mound at 40 yards counts 25. 5. Hilling tho arrow of a rival discounts his shot and gives you credit for it. fl. The player or partners making the highest score over tho six mound course win tho game. Tho Arrokay Club Invites you lo come and try your hand. Why not get n bow and come next Monday af) ternoon. CONTENTS THIS WEEK PAGE 1. Editorials-T- lio The ancient practice of Archery is being revived all over the United Stales and as usual Ilerea is in tho front of the procession. ' Children, Farmers' Plans. Cold Check Mil. IV. lVarons' 'Hirlhday. World News China Needs Money. U. S. News -- Saloons Closed. Ky. News Corn is King. Fly Man's Greatest Enemy. PAGE 2. On iho Funny Sido. Somo Peculiar Clubs. Superstitions of Sailors. Meaning in Failure. 3. Mountain Agriculturo Southern Education Confer enco. Culture of flrapo Vines. Planning tho Garden. PAGE 4. Ilerea Nows. College Items. PAGE PAGE S. Virtue tho Hopo of tho Ilaco (continued), Prof. John F. Smith. Tho Maid of tho Forest, (continued) Short Story He, 'She, and Charles. PAGE 0. PAGE 7. In tho Homo Kitchen Solitary Fly May Causo Epidemic. Daddy's Hcdtlmo Story. Indian Animal Stories. Eastern Kentucky Nows. Cincinnati Markets. Poem-W- orth Whllo. PAGE 8. Tinsel. American Railway Manager In England Henry W. Thornton, who was called frmii Jim management of tho' Long Island Railroad (o becomo llio general manager of the Great EastES ern Railroad of England, has become established in his ofllees in London.1 IWoro taking any steps toward n, change, ho will devote some timo to studying llio system that is now in, use and tho fncllitlc.1 and working staff of the Great Eastern Railroad. It is his policy to lake tho public into his coillldence. It is considered that this is one of llip most dilllcull tasks nny foreigner has ever under taken in England. The Dungeons of London Visitors" Itf London this summoi' will find tho famous dungeons of tho Tower of London thrown open to the I public for the llrsl lime. They aro a revelation of the cruelty of the' centuries past. Only 80 Majority for Home Rule The majority for Home Rule has' been decreasing by very signillcant llgures until It has fallen from about 10(5 to only 80 on the last rending. Conciliation is now in the air, and considerations that look lo a com-- promise aro put forth by both par- -. ' . -- I ii... fl'l si;iiemo- oi r iho reuerni govern ment is receiving close attention. A careful review of tho situation shows that in tho Roman Catholic-sections of Ireland, the Protestant minority is represented by a negligi- -; bio number in the award of ofllees, the Roman. Catholics absorbing about' Or. D. K. Pearsons everything in sight; while in tho Protestant sections the Roman Catholic minority has a very fair repre-- j condition in tho dislributon of of-- 1 (Ices, thus continuing tho claim ofi llio Ulstonnen Hint under Roman Thou didst launch us on destiny's Catholic, domination they would1 Dr. Pearsons' birthday was celo-- 1 sea." have such slight recognition in gov- brated oii Tuesday with tlio usual assembly in chapel in tho forenoon. ernment circles, that It practically I President Frost told again tho Weather preented a procession. would amount to nothing. fctory of Dr. Pearsons lifo as a China Needs More Money Tho band discoursed very "fetch- - mountain boy in Vermont, a schoolTho present Chinese government is lug" 'music, and Prof. Rigby gave; master, a country doctor, a business facing n serious financial crisis in lone to the occasion by wonderful man and a great giver. Deren Is in llio opinion of Die most able foreign-- ! rendering of "Fair Harvard," a song( to him for a largo part of its ers residing in Poking nnd tho treaty which presents Iho best ideals of endowment as well as for Pearsons' .1.. ..t..l iim iiiiiyiiicvs mi mai Hall and tho water works. i'iii. 't'l... the requirements iiirnisn ' college feeling. money for of tho As a lilting close of tho exercises Central Government. On tho other "To thy bow'rs wo were led in tho tho students look up their own hand they continually call for asbloom of our youth, scheme for tho erection of a Kensistance from tho Central GovernFrom the homo of our infantilis tucky Hall to bo given by students ment, threatening that rebellion and years, and cit irons of Uerea and vicinity. looting will follow and so implicate When our fathers had waru'd, and, Over $10,000 of llio needed $25,000 llio government with foreigners unour mothers bad pray'd, had already been pledged, nnd a canless Ihey receivo assistance. Capa-bi- o And our sisters had blest through vass Is being mado for further submen aro difllcult to secure for scriptions. Each department called their tears. servico in tho government. Yuan Thou then wort our parent, tho out some representative student to Shi Kai could secure tho aid of fornurso of our soul; speak in its behalf, and subscripeigners, hut this awakens tho JealWe were moulded lo manhood by tions were taken in tho departmout ousy of the natives. European thee, dining rooms at the very bountiful bankers am slow to provldo money Till freighted with Ireasuro-tho't- s, Pearsons' dinner served on Tuesday for tho government under present friendships and hopes, night. . conditions. Missions Aid China's Progress LIES art the most dangerous in- W.J, Calhoun, llio former minister Fly Alan's Greatest Enemy, i tectt known to man. Ha should of tho United States government lo be their most pertitttnt natural enemy, Chi.ia stated in n recent address that fivo hundred and trillion t. FIVE in his judgment tho Amorlcan misbillion seven hundred It it all Important that tho winter fly and twenty million it the norms" be assassinated. sionaries in China constitute tho number of flies a tingle fly will pro strongest single force for tho You are doing a work of humanity by duet from April 15 to Sept. 10, accord killing him now. of China by establishing mod- Ing to the ttatement of Dr. L. O. Hov, Don't mist a, single chance. ern schools. Ho also attributes ard, United Statei government expe groat innucncQ to tho medicnl misSMASH PLY IN SPRING! sionaries. Mr. Calhoun says Hint " China has greater possibilities than s T F one anergetlo fly can pro- - ' One lly Uetroyitl In the sprlin: will any other country in Iho world. g 1 duct by Sept. 10 5,598,720- - J 000,000 filet, how many flits i, prevent thu development of more tliau These possibilities wU develop with j!i ? wtll ont pile of manure produce? ;) 0,000,000.000.000 beforv tlio eud of education. . Dr. Pearsons' Birthday ' Our Sick Millionaire Every elfort is being mado lo savo tho life of John C. C. Mayo, the lum ber king of Palnlsville. For several weeks lie has been lying at tho Jow- isb Hospital In Cincinnati suffering wilh Urights disease. His brother, Washington Mayo, has given a quart of his own blood to bo injected Into the veins of the dying man. II Is said that over $75,000 has been spent in (he light for life. Better Forest Protection Tlio lending timber Innd owners of Harlan County have organized a for est protective association which will with the stato authorities in keeping down forest fires. Tho aim of the association Is td enroll all tho timber land owners of tho county. A Inx of cent per acre will bo assessed to employ a man whose constant duly shall bo to look after the properly of Iho association. This man will also bo appointed a Stato Forest warden and so the county and stato will divide Hie expenses. Corn is King Tho corn crop of Kentucky is worth more than all tho other farm crops combined. Us estimated valuo in 1013 was $T)(5,8()7,000, more Ihan twice that of the Stale's tobacco crop. Hut. wo aro not doing our best. The averago crop per acre for tlio country was Iwenly-lhre- o bushels, while in Kentucky our average yiold was only twenty bushels per acre. In some counties the averago is as low as fifteen bushels per acre. This is due solely to poor methods, as boys' corn clubs from every section of the Stale, from tho mountains lo the Mississippi river, have mado records of one hundred bushels nnd upwards lo the acre. No Jockeying on Court Days The vily of Winchester is doing iway wilh a custom by forbidding "horse jockeying" on tho streets on court days. Tho or der is backed by llio Humane Society. In many cases spurs nnd drugs nre used lo givo tho horses action and the riders aro oftentimes intoxicated. Tho "jockeys" deal principally in "plugs" and interfero with trallic by racing the animals up and down tho street. Other county seats might follow this example. To Trust Convicts Slate Warden Wells is trying out a plan for allowing convicts to work and livo on the Reformatory farm without a guard. Ten men, half white and half colored, wero assigned to work on tho farm and tho first few days havo proven satisfactory. Tho men promised to behave in ah orderly manner, to work cheerfully and to make no attempt to escape. If convicts wero treated' moro like men we might be able to reclaim more of thorn. Six Good Orations Tho twenty-sevcnl- h annual contest of tho Kentucky Intcrcollcgiato Oratorical Association was held in the Stato University chapel at Lexington Friday night. Harold Holland of Kentucky Wes-leya- n, spoko on "Tho Superiority of the English Form of Government over that of tho United Stales." John Howard Payne, of Stato University, spoko on "The Concord of Nations." Carrol Crow liaison, of Bcrea College, spoko on "Industrial Peace." Lewis M. Hraleheivof Georgetown College, spoko on "Tho Cry of tlio Children." S. p. Hoggs, of Central University, spoko on "Southern Heroism." Reuben M. Sims, of Transylvania University, spoke on "Our Peril Within." All of tho orations wero well written and well delivered, but there was a general laok of that element of persuasion which murks tho highest lypo of oratory. The medal was awarded to Mr. Payno and Mr. Dopgs took second place. one-quar- ter time-honor- ed F POINTED PARAGRAPHS Tho clean-tableclot- early grease spot. catches tho co Even a girl's heartache la forgotten when sho has the toothache. Ono can never buy a satisfactory brand of popularity at cut rates. Rut tho man with money to burn may not lovo the smell of amoko. , rest Somo candidates ought to tako the cure for their ingrowing politic. i i Pago Two. MR cmzRN. HARD TO PLEASE. A typical "mover" of the ultra-shif- t less typo was passing a few day at a cow enmp In Arltona, preparatory to going Into the desert on a prospecting trip. His wife, a tired out, faded out crcaturo, complained to soma of tho cowhands of tho hnrdnesB of hor lot: and tho foreman took It upon himself to remonstrato with tho husband for his shlftlessness and his Indlfferenco April 10, 1014. The Citizen fsmlly newspspsr for all that la right, trita and Intarattlng. TubtUhnl erery Thiirwlay t Berra, Ky Clan Dance In New Guinea MEAN NG IN FAILURE Surely There Must Be a Place for the Defeats as Well as BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Inrorrinrnteil) WM. C. FROST, blitor-ln-CliU- r RUTH MtFALL. Office Editor BEN HOLLANDER, Circulation the Victories. small a SOachievement.thingmanhaa baa A preventod tftjon suc- Mr. Subscription Ratos PAYAIILK cessful In a moderate, way In business One Year . . fl.oo for a number of years, and a momont rtf Montha. 6a of weak judgment scatters his galna Three Month Si and reduces hi in to a condition of a beginner, Or It may be that health Send money by or HipreM Money Order. Draft, KegNtereil Letter, or one nut two gives way One waits In the rain cent atampa. a few minutes, or gels a chill at a The date After jmir nntne on label nhowa to what date your nuWrlptfon l alil. tf It la not station, or slips crossing tho road, and ehanreri within three week after renewal the hopes of a llfo aro frustrated. notify u. I'ost. Mlwlng number will le gladly niipnlled If we .Sometimes, of course, tho failure is re notified. not small In fact, small and great Metamorphosis. Liberal term aUen ti any who obtain new In such n matter ara largely meanlUKcrtpllon for u. Any one m mllng in four Stranger (returning to the old veari autmcriptlon can receive The Cltlten f rre ingless turms, One goes forward to home town after an absence of twen forhlmvMf for one ear. Water Haul. service In writing or speech with much Adtettlnlng rate on application, ma am. May I ask ty years) Well, well, well; how lit- promise of success, flood Influences tlo tho vltlago has chnngod. You re If your husband la at home?" seem to attend first efforts, and for MP.MHKK or member lied Spllvvlns wo boys .used He Isn't." a time work Is fruitful. Men and womI "I'erhnps you can tell me what 1 to run nround with Is lied still liv en welcome what promises to be a ing hero yet? l want to know. Is he carrying any llfo new lead. Hut by and by the first Native Is he? Well. I guess. Hoy. Insurance? Influences fade, tho fruit Is no longer iiaidyi iialdy Spllvvlns! Don't you "Is his life Insured? Is that what forthcoming. Tho speech ceases to know your old friends when you see you mean?" be an Inner weakness unconquered, 'em? Come over here and shako "Yes, ma'am." a spirit unsanctlfled and tho man "It Is, Blr. Hut don't mnko the mis hands with Sam Hanklns from Now takes his place among those York. take of thinking he's doing tho carryKHNTCCKV PRKSS ASSOCIATION. Ing whom the prophecies which wenea ing of the samtj. I'm doing that mybefore them remain unfulfilled. JUST THE THING. self. And I'm carrying all he's worth. No Whiskey Advertisements! The point Is that for those who be, sir." lieve In what Stevenson called "an No Immodest News Items! tlltlmilt .. bbbbbbbbbbbjbj nf Ihlnpt " bbbbbt mMfi. Missed the Boat. ' Ing in failure must exist. If there "Your ancestors did not come over jtS-HBbMbIbB Is a rational scheme, of the universe. . ri In the Mayflower'" snapped the tall, It must have a place for the defeats spare, Miss Hester PlymCARE OF BOOKS Hs well as the victories of the Indl- rock. ' vidua! No,' and Alias Ananias rubbed Never hold a book near a Are. Two Points of View. bis chubby hands together, while an To fall Is not to be a failure. One oily smirk spread over his fullmoon ' Never drop a book upon the floor. muit distinguish. Did failure corns phiz. see. It was this from within or from without? This Never turn leaves with the thumbs. The old man forgot to wind un the In the first question for the man who alarm clock and so missed the boat." has been defeated to answer. It Never lean or rest upon an open! Jutl8e' means at bottom, was the defeat real DOOK. or not? To fall Is not to be a failure. He Reproaches Her. the He Thsse man of ths Makso tribes of Brltl.h N.w i. . n,'t to take ,herecase of failure that IsNever turn down the corners of money You upbraid mo for losing bt,eI unfaithfulh ceremonial dines of thslr clan and ara wtarlno h.addrea.. m.rf. ehi.ftv on the races you? leaves. disloyalty, yielding to besetting thalr totem, which may be an animal, bird or slant. Th. She And why should I not? He Yet I recall ono blissful mo dresses ars mads up on cans framework and fit ovsr ths hsad and shoulders sin. Then Is much gained to have Always keep your place with a thin fastened on the root of the failure; ment, not so long ago, when we stood .. I bookmark. I, a.t. together beneath the silent stars, and "Here's a dime. Willie. SOME PECULIAR CLUBS Go bur SUPERSTITIONS OF SAILORS such a search has surprises. Just you said that no stroke of adverse someimng nice." I Never touch a book with damp or where a man thought . . fortune could ever draw from your . II I. M Thanks. I'll buy an engagement . a ii . auWf BkUIUUB I UU , .. j uc limj IlliU he had no need soiled bands. uns or- ma oaaeai oi social ciuub i wi a BtQ II1Q rnCOT lips one complaining word. Puck. ftuaiu, DM A tk ring rer me goll." cr numiiow w uuuuuu would nnd It difficult to convince them come In. Always place a large book upon a Everlasting club, limited In memoir- -- MU, ni.tU(.k rfn.. nn. anm.timp. ,h. tn inttm.tinn. V Prince Charming. Turned Up. ship to 100. The members divided whoss name has been changed or that falluro may arise within ourselvea. , uoie berore opening it. "And you really once saw a prince?" I like to klsi a pretty mtas the day amongst them In such a way crmft whose name ends In "a" does filing short Is one thing, transgres-tha- t "Yes." Whoae noae la retrousse. .... ,. , Always turn leaves from the top there were always some membsrs kn(k .rf.. . Thnt kind of nose, with tilted pose, Oh!" she exclaimed, clasping her with the middle or forefinger. present upon ths club prsmiaes. The tha CMe reBrd,nr ,he victoria, sunk both are sin. There is no such la never In the way. b nanas and gazing with awe Into tho house was burned down at the man th UedU.,.,..,,,-- . th. h..h. feat as this. When m.rf eyes that had looked upon royalty, wnen otr n,. chuiiei Never touch a book with damp cloth wnat was uaae or tne treat nre or Hs Almost Knew. th- a good Tght against harsh circumbe doing?" or with a sponge in any form. "Ruggles. you used to work on a the only remaining member on the .ih0re on th stances and failed, there Is no dis.t ,n..t r "Trying to balance a chair on his premises was nearly burned to death tha Cobr dMtroye, whlch brok; grace; he haa not lost honor, Ths to amuse a chorus girl." Judge. farm, didn't you?" 1 Krew up on Never pull a book from a shelf by chin m ioh.o no Because ixtu.wi alarm. hef baek on h(T ma,de(1 T0yajte In battle Is his Pa via. nut when ws the binding at the top, but by tho back. ,h North ,t.. Bardlnla. j have been untrue to conscience, there juu cau leu me wnai i want iiuw no uiu buiducu ii i"d uviu HIS MAIL MOSTLY BILLS. I Is mcn side do you ml lie a me laoie. me nre tor iiguunt iuj burned In harbor at Malta 10 how. no citadel of peace Into which to I msmbers' pipes waa never allowed to cow nn?" Never place another book nr an v. M. njfa BAmallMss It I ciuci Tbe misery Is with us at bed thing else upon the leaves of an open wen. eitner me right or the go out, an old woman Doing sepi soie- ,hB craw tQ whom and board; then. Is no remedy, bat Mrl.cuUrI DOOK. Iy for the purpose of attending to It left. I can't remember which." McrPt of the heart with nfluence .ttached; sometimes It Is Jeaus During the 50 years of Its eilstsncs a PBglen)e8r Uut .. Christ. ' Never close a book with a pencil, a ',?,, Ths Real Fsmtnlns Power. the members smoked 50 tons of to- Is there gain out of tha loss of fall- paa or paper or anything elae between JL "So you don't approve of those Lon- - hacco. drank S0.OO0 butts of ale, 1.000 " re drlr'n 'rom "nsound "hitrh is " ur" don suffragettes?" the leaves. pipe, of port, and 204 barrel, of ' won. ,L II,, '! T...' 5.. "I don't know much about thea." brandy, besides other drinks. It need not have been won at replied Miss Cayenne, "but I can't Never open a book further than to cost. There Is no reason why I such Another extraordinary club was the help feeling; that a woman who can't Sighing olub, the members of watch bring both sides of the cover Into tk our experience generation after gen subdue a few men without the use of were supposed to be wholly absorbed CAMEL TAKING THE JUMPS same plane. eration should go on verifying with dynamite Is something of a failure." in thinking of their sweethearts. Each a dull regularity the lessons of the past, yet It does. Hut It Is better so would hold In his band a bit of rio-M'CLARYGRAMS I bon. a lock of hair, a nurse, or some A Sensitive editor. learned than not learned at all. "Well, what do you think of my other article belonging to the ofcject And out of the recovered life so A present failure is very often tbe I poem?" much may come. "When thou art of his affections, and from time to only foundation for a future suc I time he "How could you be so cruel?" would address this in terms converted, strengthen thy brethren." cess. "What do you mean?" Sometimes a proud man can learn of endearment. On Initiation the "Why. In every line you hare tor--1 members had to compose and recite humility no other way than by humilThere may be a deal of sectarian I tared the English language until I caa a poem In honor of his lady, and at iation. Sometimes very strong, tenIsm In a sour face, but there can be almost imagine that I hear it cry out" I tha meetings a fine was Imposed uson der help csn be given to a tempted very little religion. life by one who baa once fallen himthe member who did not sign nvs Willie Say, papa, where does all By His Wit No Longer. self, "being tempted." but haa now times within a quarter of an hour. the mail come from? Most of us have good judgment "Say, what's QUI Smtthers doing learned to atand. John Wesley never The Br!y club nasi lis meeting Papa Mostly from people you owe but we often fall to consult It un knew what evil living was, or swearnow? Still living by his wit. as he place near DUUnsgate fish market, and money to. til after the mischief Is done. ing or any form of vice, and (lad always did. huh?" the membership was limited to cabI used him to Nope. Dll's made a change for him men, and watermen, who used to meet convert some of the low-je"Her Name Is Lefllon." courage would seem to be ths self and settled down to hard work. once a wees: to exercise tne art or sinners. Samuel lladley had been She's the prettiest maiden greatest of virtues,' since without It, , an offender himself, and Clod used his Runs the funny column In the After abusive language. In order that they That ever was born. every other one Is apt to become lost Her lips are a rose noon 8queak." bitter experience of tho hardness of might not lose the reputation they had in time of stress. And her tongue Is its thorn. the trsnsgressor's way, and his Joygained. Any member found guilty of Puck. ous experience of the Christian faith, courtesy or politeness was promptly Those Days Are Over. In spite of the wide difference in to aave many who had sunk lower "That young Englishman who came fined. 8trono Presumptive Evlrfanea. their occupations, the than he had once done. The disciple A club limited to men who agreed gets little more thanks from his fel- ' Man With the Bulging Brow You 0Ter recentIy showed mo a funny sight of failure will not teach ua that It to stint themselves to the utmost, In think I go across the street too often. lo"?: lows than does the bolter to fall to gain experience; thatflB What was that?' order to Increase their possessions. nntt'nn in hev? What niir theory belonga to an unsound view Showed me a trunkful of elass was the club. One Kach of us can only do one person's coeoanut? Ter to trade to the member Is reported to have had his Man With tho Bulbous Nose You're 6e .a ne DrouSh It Is difficult to Imagine a camel as of sin. A man who knows what sin share; and if we are busy overseeing In(1,an garments so darned that there waa a steeula chaser, and. Indeed. It la a Is will be Inclined to say with Augus- someono else's morals, there's apt to always chawln' some kind o' perfumed culpa;" but be will not enough of the original material very unusual thing for a camel to Jump (loa- " gum, grow up a considerable tangle of HE KNEW. left to show the texture. The mem-- " at all. Hut hero Is a photograph from thank God that, "having brought hlra- weeds In our own. McClary's Mag region of bitter experi bera presented so starved an appear- - India showing a regimental camel ta i11" ,n, Bright Idea. azlne. ance that It was said there was not king ono of the Jumps of tbe Jbansl ence, (lod ran still use his maimed Izaak Ob, hang It, Mary, I forgot an ounce of fat among the lot life, and turn Ita shadow of death steeplechase coarse. the bait. LITTLE TIPS ON PUBLICITY Into morning." Mary Do you suppose the fish , Striving Never In Vain, It Is folly to advertise to a man un- would notice the difference It you were to use spaghetti? Judge. til you know him. ,iiu ui uiiiuiiiiicu uosira is not barren country; the life Echoes of ths Reunion. iu iouk ocyonu useir. If you are advertising to donkeys, wnst "I met one thousand veterans at troubles multitudes Is not the sense of do not make fun of long ears. Gettysburg who claimed to have fired disloyalty, but of utility. They feel they have done nothing, but the strivFew theories will work when tried ' the first sboL" "They may all be correct. The first ings of such lives are not tn vain. If IbSBSBSbK: on the man who invents them. nre was a fusillade." a soul's force has been largely used up up In maintaining the moral average Some men imagine that they are adbSSJ? Too Much Ball. and atmosphere, so as to make tho exvertising when they buy space and "Why did you move away from Chi cellence possible for another, the lite fill it In with words. cago?" IbBHBBHbIbB SBBBBBBBBBBBBSBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBa has not been tn vain. God's purpose "aBBBBBI S "The doctor advised my husband to In Its greatness comes to bo more to Any one knows how to advertise It more to somo town with only one team the soul than personal success. he has Judgment enough to hire the to worry about." Tbe wonder of the gospel Is that It right one to do It for him. Is the message of new opportunity The Iron Enters His Soul. opportunity not ending here. We canLittle Harry Say, pop. what's If you have a dollar to spend for MOBely Wraggs not remake the past; but God can set advertising you can afford to spend Lcavln' town? Wot Hello, ole pall confidence man? fur? open the gatea of now life to a soul Pop He Is a man who separates 90 cents of It on your education. Warebam that through faith rlsos from past their hel7a" m baffling to "fight better." Once Peter confldenco at the same time. If over you reach the point In busi- city clean I denied Jesus; he repented, and Christ' ness where you do not have to adverrestored his soul, and gave him back tise, somebody else will own the busin enai navy. a i.i. it. ..i his glory of Christian manhood by ness. Ad Club Doings. "Woman, you are undone!" i " h?lr tolling him that the day would com sursnips nuuee a change, we vow, " nuioteur piay, when he would stand In the hottest "Oh, where?" cried the heroine, try- - An1 wlu Mei a nvy now. battle, and die, with all his wounds fa " Ing to got a look at the back of her front, for him he had once denied. The Naturally. Thore Is always room at tbe top of waist. question for us Is not whether we bar 1 10111 tna actress that her face some beads. The Reason. Here Is a band mads up of Bengalee school alrla. They are olsvlna on failed or not In the past, but whether up "He Is always dead In earnest" ,mde ths "vlns," an InstrnwssK of are sSBSkSatrty. from which the aa ahl. to our eyes are set toward him who caa Vnat d,d do?" "That accounts for his praise has navsr sal musls, give to us "a future and a hops." SUe changed, countenance." x asry heart glad. J. T. M. IN ADVANCH It-offlc- to his wlfo's wclfaro. "Tho old woman nln't got no kick coming!" said tho husband when ho had heard the foreman's remarks. "She ain't got no kick at nil. Why, stranger, when wo wuz flxln' to camp of a night many a tlmo l'vo driven tho team half a nillo out of tho way so's wood and water would bo handy fur the old woman to fetch I "Saturday Evening ICalV'feL?9v aUsamjaiSw!! LBLaiK3LEiM 'Good-mornin- LiBHiaBMalHaaSSBiBEaflai V - . thin-lippe- iVsbk'' ,lrnfv - "oi MI1.? rin.. .,. .am,u re'' 1 . jit 1 ..ii... 1 .,,. l. - ... I , ... .... ... .. ...,.,. ,i.,.,. ... de-du- i.i.n,. l., , h. lira au ..j hi I ... ,,.. 'ou "n"tlon k!w. ."" ?KUml " " st Joke-wrlt- grave-digge- r. thr t'jfe Spllt-Farthln- g - bp-'l,a I Bengalee School Girl Band Itii.i n I HFTT'SSS.bsB VaHBHBVsBlBBlBBBBf ! VlviBBaBttSHLlBaBtBSBBSBaBf' hltt;r-r- FtoEtS hi..! lh'''.hli" Post-morte- prlon." t. "Uly" a. 1 Kv. Forbes, R. r April 10, 1011. THE CITIZEN. Pago Three MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Franks. Montgomery, Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. FARMERS AT THE SOUTHERN UCATION CONFERENCE ED- (MURE OF GRAPE VINES Notes Until pasluro grows sufficiently to Proper Pruning of Vines EsFarmers nnd farmers' wives wcro givo your owes and lambs abundtlio most important people at the ant nourishment, sential Both to Yield it will pay you tho OJy E. O. BKM.ErW, Director of Southern Education Couforonco In Tha Moody I)lbl Inatltute, and Quality best kind to feed the ewes about a week. They wcro pound Louisville last Chicago.) each daily of a half and half tlicro from all parts of Kentucky to swell, tho vino will bleed. Whllo mixture of shelled corn and oats, or and from many other states, and LESSON FOR APRIL 19. shelled corn and bran or ship stuff. TWENTY BUDS ARE ENOUGH bleeding Is rather detrimental to the Madison and adjoining counties were plant, It Is not as bad as somo people Tho owes will givo much moro milk well represented. think It Is. RELOCATE MANY OLD ROADS COST OF DI8CIPLE8HIP. for the lambs, and will keep strong A number of Institutions and orThere are a great many systems and healthy and not shed their wool. used In pruning the grape, but most s ganizations had exhibits in tho LESSON TEXT Luko 14:S-3- . of the Ordinarily, At Least Department of Agriculture Advise You will be repaid moro than doublo ver GOLDEN waul Vine May Be Cut Away Training of them depend on the annual removspacious armory, but Dcrca's "Firo-sld- o Cutting Out of Grades on Highsave Ida Ufa ahull Ion It: and whoaoever expense and trouble. for this little According To a Syitem That Will ing ot the wood that boro that season. Industries" and Vocational and ahall loae hla life for my aake ahall find way! to Save Horses. Admit Sunlight and Air to the Fruit It." Matt. 1:3. Double Knlffin Method. agricultural exhibits attracted inoro Do not delay shearing your sheep Alto le Neceitary. (Prepared by the United Staffs Departany others. Tho con- until way Into May. The wool will attention than Tho following Is a description of ono While this discourse Is recorded ment of Agriculture.) trast between tho old and tho now ho belter and bring a higher price, method known as the Double Knlflln. s Tho averago life of horses and au- only by St Luke, still there are methods of farming so strikingly and tho sheep will be moro healthy (J. It. Carmody, Assistant Horticul- This method has given splendid re- tomobiles may be Increased and the mentioned here to which our turist, Kentucky Experiment Sta- sults at the Kentucky Kxperlment Sta- cost of hauling reduced, according to Lord mado reference on other occabrought out by our exhibit brought if you shear them tho latter part of tion.) tion Farm. the ofllco of roads ot tho department sions. Last Sunday's Easter lesson homo to all farmers who saw It tho April. Tho vino Is allowed to grow at will of agriculture, by relocating many old made a break ln the sequence of lesThe grapo Is ono of tbc oldest and necessity of using tho best maAfter the season's roads and the moro scientific laying sons wo havo been following, and ahall If you havo not got your oats most widely grown ot our cultivated the first season. chinery obtainable, and of doing Krow,n lg over tho vine Is cut out of new ones. Tho natural tenden- - follow for several succeeding Sundays. everything on thu farm in a manner sown already, or cannot do it this fruits. Hecauso of the hardiness ot leaving oniy two or tnrce Duds back, cy in near road building Is to build a Leaving tho chief Pharisee's house week you belter not sow oats this tho fruit and the readiness with which tho ground. that will bring tho largest returns From buds two straight road, whether It goes over wherein ho criticized both host and spring. Try somo waiter oats this It adapts Itself to different localities, shoots are permitted these for tho least possiblo expenditure of to grow the sec- - steep grades or hills, or not, and pull-on- d guests, "great multltuder" followed season. At this time the vine ing over these grades naturally adds our Lord. Turning, ho uttered some and labor, and at tho same fall. Itaiso a good lot of cowpca hay It Is to be found In all parts ot the Goncy tho fertility of tho soil. this summer to take the place of the world. Nearly every farm, and city' should be trelllscd. Two posts are to the wear and tear on horses and ot the severest and yet the most wonderful words that over fell from his Tho crimson clover that was taken oats this season. Cowpcas are a home as well, has a few vines of some placed firmly In tho ground about four vehicles. favorite variety planted about the Tho doctrine of the office of roads Is lips, as wo shall see if we follow all over from Ucrca Collcgo garden In- much better crop for this county premises. While these vines produce feet from tho vine each way. Connect the posts by two heavy wires, one that tho longest way around may often ot this part of our lesson series. terested many people. It was care- than oats anyway. fruit every year, nevertheless they are wire two and a half feet high, the oth- be the shortest and most economical Multitude Rebuked. fully taken from tho soil so as not It is now nearly limo for tho first a source of disappointment to the er five feet high. If the growth made way home, and that frequently by I. A Caution, v. 26. On another octo break the roots, washed summer spraying of your fruit trees. owner because the fruit Is not as good tho second season Is satisfactory, one building a highway around a hill or casion, John 6:26,. Jesus rebuked tho ! ly clean and exhibited in a largo This is tho first ono with tho weak as be would like to have It of the shoots from the buds referred grade, but Uttlo appreciable distance multitude which followed him. This often glass Jar tilled with water so that or Bordeanx mixture An examination ot such a vinedrapes to may grow until It reaches tho low' Is added and this Is moro than offset multitude who pressed about him did reason for the failure, . er wire and the other the top wire. by the reduced strain of hauling. tho thousands of littlo roots well with arsenate of lead as directed in tells the not realize what was Involved ln a The chief drawback from the farm true following. They were influenced supplied with nitrogen nodules could your spray calendar. Follow inPinching Off Tips. g by the psychology of the crowd, and Is that tho bo clearly seon. When the, wire Is reached the tip owner's point of view structions In your calendar very out of roads on this principle of did not count the cost. Jesus docs not This plant Is h wonderful soil carefully and you will havo fruit In should be pinched off so as to cause avoiding grades mean that will builder. It should bo sown in tho nliundaiico unless wo havo more the formation of lateral branches. cases, running necessitates, in some our love our discipleshlp 6:25, lessen for our kin (Eph. These lateral branches should be ar- farm land or the roadorthrough good 6:1-4corn early in August or on oat stub- serious freezing. pastures, Inbut as compared with our love orchards ranged so that they will travel along ble ground. It makes an excellent stead of going around the farm line for him It Is aversion. See Matt. Havo you caught the idea demonthe wires In both directions. At the and building cover crop to hold tho soil from tho road through old 10:37; Phil. 3:7, 8; Ps. 73:25, 26. Averend of the second season these lateral worn-ou- t washing and to gather and hold ni- strated by tho corn club boys last fields and over rocky knolls. sion is to turn aside, and the Master should bo cut back so that This, branches trogen during winter. It will furn- year? If so you will put about hair us that those who shall turn aside of course, there aro not more than three or four i In the mind of must raiso a question told shall have an abundant reward, the Individual land thus ish a largo amount of pasturage in as much land in corn this year, enbuds each. Jesus Christ must . 4V .V The young uuulVu" owner as to whether the cutting up of sco Mark 10:28-3late fall and early spring, and It is a rich it all you can and gel doubh In. a Chrlstaln's affections. a tho yield. Tho rest of your land yoi very valuable crop to plow under i, these na1ns,aown his property by gearoad - yields him nU bo supreme ln gave from these buds dlT,Uua, advan Ho who freely anQhis own self (John come too long It is a good plan to I ,, bencfUa the last of April or early in May to will put into cowpeas except the . 3:16, Phil. 2:8) has a right to demand .. Tklnnn ham nff orirl tVinn al nm makd a big corn crop. If not plow- steepest parts which you will seed auu ur n ruau, ur iu uveruumtj uiu iu a like devotion to himself, and as I I 1 ed under it makes a good hay crop down to good grasses as soon as pos" convenience of having his land di men have approached nearest to such ,.. ur Lvu. lue loiiowiug , 'I " siblo and keep in permanent pasture spring, vIlJodi , th,g connectIon the offlca of a consecration hd has exalted them. by the latter part of May. ,i me luur oiu canes uacK to the roads points out that the running of a The Cross means the shame, sorrow, Crimson clover Is proving very while you rotate crops on the rest in vounir ennpK np.ir thn trunk ond lla successful hero in Kentucky as well such a way as to increase your yield Fig. 1 The Knlffin Syitem of Train- - t0 ,no wre ln tne ame manncr a8 road and the resulting traffic through pain and death of self and all that lies a good farm, where there are good in the pathway of loyalty and devoyear by year and improvo your soil as farther south, and I wish that 'nB' tho previous season. This method sheep, cattle, horses, grain, fruit or tion to him. 11 Tim. 3:12. Acts 14:22. every farmer when in Ucrca would at thn same time. should bo kept up every year. As the vegetables, has a certain 'advertising (1) The II. A Challange, vv. are vigorous growers and tho ordl- go down tho Scaffold Cane Pike and What a great help that field of rye nary vine Is left too full of wood. In vine grows older the number of buds value and In many instances makes Instruction, v. 27. As lf to make this upon the bearing canes may be the land more left sco this field of clover bolow tho gar-d- cr has been to you this spring. It has tho valuable. In other , caution more solemn, Jesus sets beforest where the grape grows wild ofllco on the cast side of tho piko. nindo you moro cgg, moro butter, over the trees ono can not help but increased from year to year. cases, the Importance ot such a level fore the multitude the manner of his road to the community is so great that approaching death and the condition Key To Illustrations. There should bo at least n hundred belter pigs, better lambs, and better notice the distance which the fruit is Ho here lays down ncrcs of this crop sown in this vicln- - calves, and ketit the field from wnsh. located from the main trunk. The Figure one is a photograph of a It might well repay those using the ot discipleshlp. Ily mis coming August. neglected vine presents a condition' bearing vino in the fall of tho year road to give the farmer the equivalent the first declaration of the severe Ing. . very similar to me wna one-ir tue before tne pruning, is begun. A and B ln land equally good In place .ot what terms of discipleshlp, but explains the meaning ot his words. There Is a rinut The vine In the forest alms are the old canes and a, b, c. d. e are ' new meaning of this passage sugThe passengr In thu car mostly to produce fruit in order to perpetuate ' the shoots which grew from them and RUSHES HER BABY gested by the Revised Version of v. women became curious, and then In- Itself and tho neglected vino to a bore fruit this past season 33, "so llkewlso" is rendered, "so dignant. A little hand pushed through lesser degree Is doing likewise. therefore." Our Lord does certainly TO GOOD PLUMBER j thn layer of blankets and moved spas-- I Pruning Requisite To Yield. insist that thoso who build a tower or modlcally In tho air Finally thu top conduct a war must count tho cost; so, When left unpruned only a small j blanket on the baby fell off and re-- I likewise, they who follow him. But vealcd what waa wrong. Instead of a amount of fruit is borne at the exMother Refuses Can Opener to regular baby thn passengers caw what tremities of the branches. To produce by this change tho opposite thought Is suggested, viz., that thoso who follow Extricate Tot's Head From luiaiu quality of fruit of any kind It is necesniiiicurru iu ue him, must do so whatever the cost may tin pall. "It'a got Us sary that the plant be pruned and and Tin Pail. be. (2) The Illustrations, (a) The head caught In a tin pall," cried the kept In bounds. Otherwise the amount I builder of a tower, vv. 29, 30, and (b) mother. Tho passengers exclaimed of wood will become so great that all The King at war, w. 31, 32. Too often Chicago. A woman entered a ' and giggled, and crowded around the of the plant food will be used In keepwe present to men what Is to bo gained Proadway car tho other day with a Infant The tin pall was certainly In ing It alive. When a vino is so thick, by Christian discipleshlp. The gain evidence. It covered the baby's head the air and sunlight are excluded and baby ln her arms. You could tell It I does outweigh the cost, but as wise and rested on Its shoulders, and It black rot and other troublosomo funwas a baby from the way It moved builders we must present the cost side gous diseases are also very common. and the way she held It, and because waa wedged tight of tho transaction. Mnny growers neglect to prune their plumb"I'm taking her to a a- -a i every onco In a whllo alio would look Homely Illustrations. vines because they do not understand at the bundle and cry. Hut otherwise er," cried the mother, A Good Road In Wlaconain. Wo III. The Conclusion, vv. "Walt, I'vo got a can opener In my tho proper way to go about this work. no. It might have been a box In ESJjiMsWWLi he has sacrificed to tho common wel- have already indicated the conclusion I pocket," Tho terms pruning and training aro ono of the men exclaimed. blankets or n small trotting board, "No," tho mother retorted: "I know often confusing. Grapes are pruned pg towards which Jesus was leading with The Knlffin System of Train- fare. a good plumber In tho next block, and In order to reduce the amount ot wood,' At any rate, the office of roads Is terrific logic, and by looking back to ing. Pruned. now taking special pains to make clear the first verse of the lesson we see to limit tho production of fruit, and to ho'll fix It." X marks the point where tho canes the economic advantage of avoiding what It was he was seeking to Impress kefp the vine In control so that lt may be easily mannged. The Liar's Mound. The object will be cut off, leaving small "a" which steep grades ln other roads, oven at upon tho minds of the thoughtless Dyaka, natives of Hornio, are ex ln training grapes Is to arrange the' will bo trained along tho wire as in some sacrifice, of better land. Invesmultitude. Again tho Master uses trcmely truthful. So disgraceful. In vine according to somo definite sys- dlcated In figure two, tigation shows that tho laying ot such one ot those homely Illustrations deed, do tho Dyaks consider tho de tem so that the air and sunlight may Flguro two shows the vine after it roads over hills has resulted more gathered from the common expericeiving ot others by an untruth that reach the fruit readily. has been pruned. The one year old from attention to the preservation of ences ot life which he employed so such Is handed down to posterity by a canes are stretched along the wires farm lines than from scientific atten- frequently to amplify or to drive home Twenty Buds Enough. curious custom. They heap up a pile nnd tied there before tho growth tion to the problem ot road building. a great truth. There must bo quality of branches ot trees In memory of tho Hefore starting out to prune a grape starts. According to tho testimony ot farm- - as well as devotion to this disciplelimn who has uttered a great lie, so vino ono should remember that the The main trunks should bo securely ers consulted, where a horse might bo shlp. Salt preserves from corruption, that tho futuro generations may know fruit Is borne on shoots of the present fastened to the wires In order to pro- - able to pull 4,000 pounds on a lovel seasons insipidity, freshens and sweetot his wickedness nnd take warning season which develop from buds tect tne vines from being damaged by road. It would have dintculty ln pulling ens. These qualities aro referred to from it. borne on last season's canes. The J the wind. 3,000 pounds up a steep hill. The size abundantly by Scriptural writers. Salt The persons deceived start the of the load, therefore, tends to be is highly prized ln the East. The tugong bula the liar's mound-r- by beis tThe P089lbllIt" ot canning, for winter, measured by the grade of the largest natural man Gen.presented also as heaping up n large number ot branch- DI ANNIMf: corrupt, 6:11; 8:21; Ps. 14:3, numthe road to TUt nADflflJ thosurI1,u8- - A definite plan should be hill on cases actual market. In ashows ing Eph. 2:1-3- . The remedy for this Is es In slme conspicuous spot by tho i 3; experiment I Hi. made. The kinds of vegetables, their ber of sido ot the path from one vlllago to ot roads around the active presence of his disciples period of growth and tho. tlmo ot plant- that the another. either among their fellows. Tho true ing must be considered. Hy "compan- hills has been accomplished, Kvery passerby contributes to It PLEASANT is liko salt with a good savor. OCCUPATION FOR ion crops" wo mean two that can be with no addition in road length In and at the same time reviles the memplanted together, one of which will be some Instances, and with the adding On the other hand, salt that has lost SOME OF THE EVENINGS RE ory of tho man who told the lie. The matured before the other needs the of only a few feet to the highway ln its savor is not even fit for a dungMAINING TO WINTER. Dyaks consider tho addition to any space very badly. Ily "succession others. The office knows of no caso hill, but Is thrown out and trodden untugong bula they may pass a secrcd road der foot ot men. So our Lord sets crops" we mean that one crop Is har where a properly duty, the omission of which will meet vested In time to permit the planting which has cut out grades has led to asldo that disciple of his who has lost Study Should be Made of Companion with supernatural punishment. any question as to Its material reduc- his usefulness. This expresses our and Succession Crops and a Definite ot a second after the first Is harvested. "it's Head Is Caught In a Tin Pall." Lord's contempt and scorn ot thoso Ily a careful plan and a knowledge ot tion of hauling costs. Cried the Mother. Plan Be Followed In Putting Out Ad Drought Fortune. who lack, not merely a certain kind tho plants wo can get two and some- Vegetables and Flowera When ot character, but thoso whoso profesnurllngton, N. J. Mrs. Dcntrlce times threo crops from the same area. Spring Calls. Gordon, widow, put an ad In a paper Without going into detail regarding THRESHED OATS FOR FOWLS sion and appearance would Indicate a A man In Ilomeavllle, better expectation. , for boarders. specific vegetables, It Is not here out Tills .lesson presents tho severity Neb., road it and Mrs. Gordon has (T. II. llryant, Superintendent of of place to urge that every farmer G""a,n. wl" Sometimes Produce Crop- Agricultural Extension, Kentucky ot tho claims of Jesus. Irresistibly ho been advised sho Is the missing heir- Bwind lf Glven To Freely at flnt and at least every villager ln Kentucky Kxperlment Station.) drew tho multitudes to himself. Witess to an estate ot several hundred Alternate With Mash. should have a strawberry bed. Scarce-- 1 ' thousand. At this time of the year wo beg In ,y ness tho crowd following htm as ho (rult can be ,lame(, wh to got seed catalogs with pretty pic K00(l frult whch meallg pleasure Threeucd oats Is One for fowls, lf leaves tho bouse of tho ruler. Out he and turcs and describing new vegetables proflt( can bo gc casv g0,ten from fed intelligently. They will some- paused and by his teaching sifted Pawns Books to Duy Cum. lf fed too them, and seemingly made it difficult times produce Chicago. Windy city school chil- that wo have never tried to raise. th8 Bame shed nloti freely when first fed. Almost any dry, to follow him. A), rv..aT,u rBr,uiT.r down tho throat u( a "wpy' dren are pawning their books to buy Tbcso and the consciousness ot tho; What is the purposo ot discipleshlp! bulky rations will produce chicken tlcttroy the wornil chewing gum or attend tho movies, ac- approach ot springtime, together with than good manure can bo recommendA Tho work ot Bad aavet tho chlck'a life, cording to Mrs. Joseph T. Do wen, B- tho Interest and delight that all mem- ed. For such crops as lettuce where when fed In large quantity. However, It means f t drop In lira drinking watet bers ot tho family can And IU the gar- a quick leafy growth Is desired, a very oats Is a very valuable ration tor fowls, the King Is to build and to battle, so ods worker. dlsclplo must wield both sword den, encourage us to spend somo of light sprinkling of nitrate of soda at CURES and or but we would prefer to feed It alter- tho the few remaining winter evenings just after planting time, will be found nately with a mash food made ot pure and trowel. Ho must set asldo his InPREVENTS GAPES terests and ftUd himself and planning the garden. beneficial. This Is conducive to leafy , what fhrt"- - his strength devote work and all ot white diarrhoea, roup, cholera to the tho warin making these plans .It Is Interest-- rather than to fruit growth and should aU' tandaIl1 welgl't I u ud other c'llik dlea. log and profitable to study among ba usod sr)arineiv. Outshin tho iiia. th8 Indiana Farmer, Is 32 pounds to fare. Wo must not, as has been intiQalcklr rtbrnnatltn. Son Itui.k remen-anOno 50c Bolllo of mU8t mated, allow ourselves to Imagine e rlM, Kturilala. llickailia, HraiUctia ud B other things (1) Variety ot vegetables graiH reK,on, uhoph0rus, either as Z no grain so varl- d- that theso sayings ot Jesus conflict aalaa. uur uvnrj back II It lalu lo rt. W flowers which . means moro enjoy-- ! ,.m ni,nr, aur arlia fa anr part o( tin bu4j lul n, n. -- ", f,UUIU IUVR, ' .' , , . , tn uiluulra I (Y J'rie 60.tlua. All Irugitt: I UJUMl, MUIU UIU IUUIU DlUUUI'UIMLi 16J t mnV ,'Mww,...,n nv. MM r nnnt A.l able in weight per bushel as oats. Or with his tender words about the homo tin fl ll vn nuAllol At M dinarily oats when it approaches the or ot men coming to him for rast ttnm iftoipl u4 amltf ml a tMl. Profit, both as regards saving of gro-Makes 12 Gallons of MvdUiae. ' M eery bills and possible 00URB0N REMEDY COMPANY, Tho ultlmato end ot standard weight per bushel makes fine (Matt 11:28-30)- . sales: (3) Tho a bottle ot Kvtry poultry raltar ibouM 341 East Mala St., Uibigtoa. Ki.M Keep tho hens ineyi vm. ,m a v... dlsclpleshlpa Is that the surging restquantity that can bo produced on a don't mind a little comfortable. thl imxlltlna on hand, Writs I ir frco laropla cold if the quarts -J" ea't ol 1'owli." Adtlraaa, and llooklcton"Iiteat lessness of the multitude shall Indeed given area, especially In towns and re dry. I0U1I0I IfUfOf COUPAMT, teiiiflia, . oats eating only the best ot the grata. find rest ln him. villages where space is limited; (4) Evening-Departmen- Important point In grape pruning la to remove a largo amount of wood so as to limit the number of buds. Ordis narily at least of a vine my be safely cut away. Usually not more than twenty buds should be left after the operation of pruning Is completed. In removing tho canes try and remove the weaker ones and leave the stronger ones. Ornpes may be pruned any tlmo after the leaves drop until the buds' start to swell. If pruning is neglected too long and Is then done after buds start two-third- teMnoNAL SUTMSOI00L Lesson BUILDING Two-third- TEXT-"Whoo- many-thing- I J lime-sulph- ur w ' I lay-In- 28-3- ), I IXlA I ,i, ,, ., 27-3- J i n ' I uirre-quuner- a er one-quart- 33-3- f Lnmiinu unnuLii dls-cip- lo tr OMIT VA1JU DROP ' crop-boun- d crop-boun- d 1 rllf Bourbon Poultry Cure p II. ,,,.i "TJ"" ..j I j- ntta Pago Four. THE CITIZEN. Miss Helllo Ahlll returned from several days' visit in Richmond the llrsl of I ho week. Those wauling mnple syrup see Canllehl at once. '(ad' Dr. Smith of Willinmhurg made professional rail to Heron yesler-da- y. Mrs. .lax. It. Itoberlson loft Wed-nesdnj April COLLEGE ITEMS 10, 1011. !oooooooooooooooooooooonoaoo LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA Mr. on iasl Prullt Smith of the Wood i 0 AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES ' A Onr stock is now complete throughout all of the Fire Insurance! polls was n business visitor in have withdrawn from rea last Saturday. with goods of quality, with the price at the state, but Breck C& Evans Vulrnn plow points 33c now at for Louisville whore she will spend the bottom. have, some Old Strong Companies Welch's. (ad) Ihe summer with her aunt and study will furnish Any Kind of Inthat Mr. A. .1. Smith was visiting with music. surance you want. his family on Center St. over SunDELIVERIES MADE IN TOWN DEATH OF MRS. J. BURDETTE day. On Wednesday morning, April L, & N. TIME TABLE Mr. J. II. Jackson, traveling sales- 15th, Mrs. .losiah Hurdette passed North Bound, Local man, spent the week's end with his home. Mrs. Hurdette had been an Knoxville 7:00 a. m 10:65 p. m. family on Boone St. invalid for some time, but while on 1:07 p. m. 3:62 a. m. BEREA The Vulcan plows and all repairs Hie way tit recovery, she was m. C:30 p. m. 7:45 a. Cincinnati wilh grippe. This assumed (ad) at Welch's. South Bound, Local BEREA, KY. MAIN ST. Mr. Win. Duncan, who lias been in a bronchial and aslluicitie form 8:15 p. m. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati or Ugorous constitution 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. Irvine for several days, visited Mrs.! wnil'M BEREA would hae withstood ordinarily,! 5:50 a. m. Duncan over Sunday. Knoxville 7:00 p. m. long illness. Express Train Mrs. .lennie Lester Hill and son, but weakened by her her heart failed and Ihe end came.! No. 33 will stop to take on passen- Lester, moved one day last week to Mr. l'.lisha Harrison, her father, gers for Knoxville and points beyond. their farm near Berea. Mr. Hill came to Heron from Jackson county Bound South giiidunleil only n few weeks ago in Mr, al the urgent request of Mr. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati from the Stale Agricultural School to heroine one of Hie trustees 11:55 a.m. BEREA f Oregon. When you wear your Spring millinery of Herea College. Mr Harrison was No. 32 will stop at Berca to take white recleaned U pioneer of Independent spirit. He. you want to feel absolutely sure that Best Northern on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and ' the st j 1c is correct. When you buy jour oats 55 cents at Welch's. tain points beyond. hat from us you have that asurnu Ben II. Gabbard spent the latBound Mr. North for our whole effort is devoted to pro BEREA 4:45 p. m. ter part of last week in Herca callvidiug our customers with millinery that Cincinnati 8:50 p. m. ing on the merchants. is not alone ' correct in every style Mr. S. T. Mitchell, representative detail, but which is well made and Seed potatoes at Welch's only $1.00 of Swift & Co.. was in Herea the first moderate in price. We use no "slajty" (ad) of Ihe week. per bushel. materials; vc use but the very best of Mrs. Lizzie Kiddle of Lexington is , Miss Edith Endoll, who Is teachis everything, tnd our prices are no Wm, ing making a short visit with Mrs. al Pincville, Ky., spent the greater than those a.kcd for inferior Hurdette of near Berca. stuff. Your inspection is invited. week's end with her mother, Mrs. Mr. J. W. Hoskins who is in the C. C. Rhodus. Ileal Estate Business recently sold Miss Daisy Gillert of Speedwell two nice building lots in south 1)een visilnp friends in Herca rea, north side of Elm St., to Mr. W for a few days recently. on tliu Main Athletic, Field and on (euros paid a tribute of thanks to W. Kindrick Get those whippoorwill Cow peas j Lincoln Field. the W. C. T. I, for their help, and Mr. Robert Maupin of Richmond at Welch's. (ad) Tho College team won from tho then introduced the speakers. week, was in Berea Monday of this Mrs. L. M. Morgan visited tho first Normal by tho narrow margin 3. Every speaker was clear featured Mr. Will Simpson, who underwent of the week witli friends and rela When llio College went up to bat Inland of a determined countenance, an operation for apicndicilis last tives in Richmond. the last half of the ninth, .the score such men as will bo unconquerable Tuesday a week ago, is getting along Mrs. Nettie Mann of Cleveland, O. against them. Beforo two enemies of tho saloon stood go Ho will bo able to splendidly. was called to Berca the first of tho men wore down the final scoro was Tho llr.t speaker was Mr. James homo in a few days if ho continues week on account of the illness of her reached. llolliday of Georgetown, who disto improve, mother, Mrs. J. Hurdette. On the Lincoln Field the Vocation cussed 'The Single Standard." "Tho Get the best buggy In the world al team met defeat at the hands of saloon," be said, "costs the slate The biggest sale ever on Vulcan (ad) Plows now at Welch's. at Welch's. (ad) the Foundation Schools, the scoro lliree-fourlof all pauperism and Mrs. Annie Short was called to tho being 2. two-thiof all crime and Its value Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Creech and homo of her parents al Jackson, little son. Nelson, on their way to The contest promises to bo inter is sin and suffering and death." Breathitt, Sunday, on accounl of ill London from Louisvillo slopped off esting and as yet no one can predict Mr. Paul II. Demareo of Kentucky ness which team will win the champion Wesleyan College, followed. His in Berea for n short visit last SunMr. G. J. Wild was visiting in Be day. ship topic was "A Plea for National Prorea last week hibition." Ho pointed out that "a Mr. Hoy Rutherford, a son of Mr. Y. M. C. A. Notes Mr. Jason Sexton, who is employed and Mrs. Joe Rutherford, died at his man may bo a drunkard, yotievcr stop I .. in Cincinnati, is visiting homefolks home on Chestnut St., Tuesday of ; drink; n thief, yet never steal, nnd on Depot St. this week Will be the topic for Y. M. C. A we who allow conditions to oxisl this week. Tho funeral servico was Eggs for setting, barred rocks. hold Wednesday afternoon. ne.xl Sunday evening. Everyone which will allow drunkards, aro pure. 40 cents a Betting. Dr. B. F. Robinson opened up his should come prepared to say some drunkards ourselves." Miss Winifred Thomas of the thing. If there Is nothing which (ad) The third speaker hailed from T. A. Edwards, new office in Hie Berea Bank and witli .Mr. Fee, attended tho Repub- Collego, Mr. Carter Boston RobRichmond St. Trust Building the first of this licau convention at Chicago which Foundation department was visited you wish to stop In your own life. nominated Abraham Lincoln for the over Sunday by her father, Mr. W. just pick out something you want inson, who spoke very forcefully on Mr. George Tliacker visited his week. His daughter, Mary II. Thomas of Denton, Ky. a theme well-knoI have just returned from tho city presidency. somonu else to stop. to Herea people, daughter who is in school hero re por iirst class portraits call at tho There will bo a special song ser "After tho Saloon What?" Jane, was one of the early students witli a complete line of the latest cenlly. of Berea. In 1871 she was married p,.,.i,. fallen-- , over Hiolinr.Uon'a vice before the discussions start Mr. C C Hanson, representing As- Mr. Oscar Johnson has been visit shapes and styles in hats, flowers, and special music will bo furnished bury College. Wilmore, Ky., spoko ribbons, and can fill your orders sat to Josiah Burdetle. Together they .Hore, Main Street. ing homefolks in Berca' for the past next, using as bis theme, "ConservaS9 Creech. by Hacked and Gilley. isfaclorily, Mrs. Laura Jones, have spent their lives in Berea, and (at, few days. Come and gel rid of thai case of tion." He was followed by Mr. Ray (ad) have witnessed the growth of Ihe ; Mr A IonoI1 principa, of 0 Two carloads of Buggies just un , ...... ...... u.u Mr. W. B. Harris spent several ,,.ljt Uck iKll Sc()0l an(1 wife blues or spring fever you have been Davis, from the E. K. S. at Richloaded at Welch's. (ad) I smaii Hifcinninfe. wrestling with all week. mond. Ky, on 'Tho Curse of the days recently witli home folks. were visiting Hie College last Tho following pcoplo have from the Home." Miss Ethel Azbill of London, Ky, I..I-- , IT. I - .....i.,.. ........ II.. PROHIBITION CONTEST AT WIN purchased new Ford automobiles is visiting for several days in Be OKI, SHU IliU.ll.lllJ I'UIIIU IlllU u I Tho last speaker on the program r, ti-.- .i II.- - ln It. l" CHESTER Messrs. Boss Moore, E. F. Coyle, J, rea. bho will nlso of visit in Richmond strong, independent character. She a"ard1 ?.n0 On Monday evening, April Clh. an was .Mr. Alvln LemarHo W i s. as W. Stephens and J. D. Clarkston. was a Christian woman of more than ,, ,!'as, I'ransylvania Collego. beforo returning to her work. cboso ,,,u 1,10 lo type; decided and positive Mr. Owen Lowen, who has been audienco of .100 intelligent pcoplo his subject "Tho Voice of llio Peo ni,1'var'1 ,)lvinil'NS"ul,a'i" Look out for the Annnal Buggy ordinary fecho1- in her convictions, she trained her employed by one of the large com Day &cL camo out lo hear tho oratorical con- ple" which be handled in an effect (ad) at Welch's. "ss Mamio Johns, formerAt-eh- -a test which brought tho Intercollegiway and took panies at Hamilton, Ohio, returned ive manner, winning llrsl place In The following business men of the children in tho right ty l lJrea, greeted com-,,- ,r ate prohibition convention lo an In- the contest. position of influence in the to Berea the oilier day for a few town attended the great play "Jo Much surpriso was Frost 'lo" He occasion of teresting close. that was always felt for weeks visit with his sisters on Jack seph and His Brethren" at Lexing manifested that Herea had not been (meaning in Loiiiinnus recently. L'..n.l ni.il ilm ai.ln of richl. It After a selection or music by adjudged first' son St. second placo. ton Monday night: Messrs S. R A",,s 'r'1(jr. of the Homo Herea Collego Band, tho speakers the Mrs. I rancesor Beauchamp. Presl- was a delight to her to talk of tho f of Mrs. Laura Jones has in new Seale, Chester Parks. John Welch things of God. She was not only a Science Department, was called to the evening, all in dark suits, camo lonl Slate W. C. T. U., iirescntcd tho shapes and hats from tho city each D. M. Gott and J. E. Moore. calmly and confidently onto the plat- resolutions of the Convention, among member of tho Union Church, butj",!1" "om " Wyoming. Ohio, Mrs. Jennie Fish has been ill for week. Once eacli month she goes to sudden death of her form anil took their places in tho which was permitted, sho was a,l'nli,.v tho following: "Rosolvcd, the city to select the best and latest several days with an attack of ton regularhealth six chairs arranged for them. Thoy that we endorse the amendment lo attendant nt the Sunday , ,,HI" r- styles and features of millinery for silitis. Mr. W. A. Adams was called one wore followed by tho President of the United States meeting. Constitution iro-her customers. Call and becomo her .Mrs. Alma Gabbard spent Sal services and at tho prayer mourn a iasi wee to rorismouui on tho Kentucky Intercollegiate Prohi- hihitiug the sale, manufacture, or urday and Sunday with her par- - A large circle or menus customer. It will pay you. (ad) her departure. Her husband sur- - account of tho deatli of his brother. bition Association, Mr. Waldo It. uso of Intoxicating liipiors." This uts m the country. .Mr. J. h. Dalton returned Tues Mrs. F. O. Clark left yostorday Davison, who in a few crisp sen- - resolution was unanimously passed. Tho Misses Fannio Moyers and vivos lier with flvo of her children, day night from Indianapolis. While Mr. Charles Hurdette, Mrs. Laura for Witt Springs, Estill Co., for n there he purchased a small chicken Martha Dean of Richmond Stalo Spink, Mrs. Nellie Hunt, Mrs. Nora week's visit wilh her parents. farm about five miles out of tho city Normal were visiting in Berea over Gay, all of Berea, and Mrs. Nettio Sunday. limits and plans to move there aftWe're Ready to Show You Some Exceptional Pi Epsilon Pi Maun of Cleveland, Ohio, as also her er a few weeks. Paint Lick, Ky., It. F. D. 1. brother, Mr. John Harrison, of girls of the Pi Epsilon Pi LitTlie Tclephono 5, four rings, Wat .Mr. Abo Shearer, who is employed and her sister, Mrs. John Will erary society entertained their laccton, Ky. .n tho College power plant, has been Johnson, of Big Hill. friends with a very intereslimr nro- Rliodo Island Red Eggs for selling unable to work this week because Tho funeral services will bo held grain in tho i.pcr Chapel. Wednes- of a very severo cold which nearly for sale by W. E. Botkin. Prices 50 al ihe residence at two o'clock on day night. An original story by Miss ml 75 cents per setting of 15 eggs developed into pneumonia. Without a doubt the Smartest Fash-ione- d tno loin, conducted by Dr. iioberts, .n;?, n reading by Miss Wilson, and Wanted: The address of 1,000 Call or address as above. her pastor. a debate on tho coeducation question Suit we've ever had to Show ad) Mrs. W. E. Botkin. persons wishing to buy or sell Real Miss Parsons and Miss Mo- GRADED SCHOOL TEACHERS Tin Pliilatliea Class of tho Baptist Estate, all kinds. 11,0 ",aln Pnrl of 11,0 They reflect how well the makers of "WelKvorth" I0"1"1 At tho meeting of the School Trus- - (; .u J. W. Hoskins, Berea, Ky.l lunch gavo a party last Wednes ,? day evening at tho homo of' Miss ees Monday night llio following , Clothes have succeeded in styling them with a spirit of I .V, , ' Mfnnio Withers on Center St. Tho persons were chosen as tho toachlng' , V . which was youth and good taste. 8. ?"! rimonlal party was in honor of one of the force for tho coming year: Prlnol- -' l",usuu ",uc" """" members, Miss Myrtle noblnson, pal, Mr. Hardin Iflng; primary, Miss Exceptional fabrics were chosen with a special view to who left Thursday for her new May Harrison; ollior teachers, Mrs u,""su1'"1- their fitness for such clothes; they're the first choice homo in Corbiu, Ky. Van Winkle and the Misses Burl Beta Kappa of I ho Gibson doctors of Richmond Mary Talum, Nettio Oldham nnd the best mills at home and abroad. Tho Beta Kappa Literary Sooiely, Dora Ely. were in town last Saturday for Academy and Normal boys, gavo "Wellworth" Clothes are exceptionally well tailored The exact location of tho building an open meeting In tho Uppor Chapel Mr. Frank Jones has been visiting lias been slaked off and tho work of Saturday night. Tho li. K. boys and absolutely correct and authentic in Style. aro homo folks for the past few days. oustruction will begin at once. doing literary work of a high order There's a good assortment herein prices and their program showed much from$ioto$2o training and ability. An oration by Vogel, a debato between Howard Carl The strongest showing ,s (lt a)td $2Q Whittaker and Leonard Fielder, and a farce, written by Robin Woodruff, a member of tho society, wero tho main featuros of tho program. i BRECK & EVANS I Mr. V. I.. Thompson of Indiana-Ncar- ly with her wo younger children for an extruded visit wilh her parents in Oregon. Mls Addie Howling left Monday I ! work department, went to Mt, Vorn Saturday In nccompany Mrs. Miiilh and baby home. Mrs. Smith has boon visiting with relatives at that place. Misses Mary Johnson, Gertrude. Hcechor, Utile Gray and Florcnco Slovens were in Richmond to see Dr. Dunn, the oocullsl, Thursday of hut week. Mis Knlhorino Walerbury of the College spent Easter department with her fattier ami mother In Detroit, Mich., returning Hie llrsl of Ihe week. Dr. I'akins who has been in Herea for some lime is spending a few das al his homo in the western pari of the slnle. He will return hi Heron for a few days before' ea Ipg for Michigan, whom be will lake charge of a hospital. Mr. N. X. White spent a few days recently at Mr. Coddingtons on Center St. with bis children, who are in school. Mr. Oeorge llaldane, former stu- dent of Hie College Department, who has been Principal of the Olive Hill Schools. Olive Hill. Kentucky,, entered the College Department as a student Tuesday of tills week. RICHARDSON & COYLE Highest Patent Flour 70c Next Door to Post Office jfisb's POTATOES Our Prices on Seed Potatoes Be-jn- as Burbanks Rurals Rose $1.00 60 lbs. to bu. 12-1- 7-- 12 hs rd ,,,,,, Sat-Comi- ng h1 "'' '' Pres-inuni- yes-wh- en M B-r- 1 Young Men's Garments - .....,.. ,, i Store see CLARKSTON LOR Hardware and Groceries MAIN STREET, Near Bank ,s Baseball Season Opens Monday nftornoou tho tournament for tho school championship baso- ball ponnuul was opened by games HAYES & GOTT "The Cash Store" Main Street Berea, Kentucky April in, Hilt. TJIK CITIZEN. VIRTUE THE HOPE OF THE RACE Prof. John F. Smith (Continued from last week) V. A Young Know. Woman's Right The Central and Eastern Kentucky Real Estate and Timber Agency OF BEREA, KY. Every young woman as well Solicits Your Patronage every yotniR man has n rlnhl. know when danger Is lurking near. All persons, any place, wishing to sell or Invest in nnd has n right to know what the property of any kind, In the best town in the slate (that's Hcrca you know), naturo of that danger Is. Tlio InI'arm Lands in the garden spot of the world, (that's Central Kenstinct for homo and motherhood is tucky too), Mineral, Timber Lands or Timber Propositions, in one In every young woman's life, It Is of the richest sections in the United States in natural resources Just as much a part of her as the (that's Eastern Kentucky also), or a like proposition in any other Instinct is a part of part of God's country (that's the South Land sure) the opening of I he sparrow, or as the desire for the world's greatest water-wa- y is going to turn the investing tide-j- ust food and sleep Is n fundamental list with us, and give us your orders, and we'll do the want in I hi! normal human linlnu. rest. No, not altogether for the fun of it, but a very reasonable comThis mother Instinct is so lofty and mission. so pure that she desires to become Hie mother of strong, healthy chilA Square Deal is Our Motto dren only. No wholesome, nurc- No Trade Made, No Money Paid minded young woman over hopes lo have n home where weak and dePhone No. 150, J. W. HOSKINS, Mgr. formed rhildren will tilav. So fnr as the health and llin iinrnelii.il Inn of the race are concerned tho duties of parenthood are Hie mini sacred longed-fo- r joy can never bo realUNION CHURCH NEWS duties dial over come lo men nnd ized. Where llio building of such women. And the Joys of parent a home Is considered Tlio Raster exercises last Sunday a sacred privhood are commensurate with Its ilege and duty. Tho remorse the called in a most attentive and Insacredni'M. Tho children young wife sulTers Is beyond com- terested audience. Now slnre the happiness of par pare when she discovers that tho wore very pretty nnd pleasing in ills depends largely upon the irregular life of the husband has their Easier presentation. All woro delighted. health of their children, and since taken away Much credit is duo lo from her tho power to I lie joys of the mother depend bring healthy tho ladies who took Jhe matter in lives Into being. largely upon (lie health of tho fnlli Many homes are childless from charge and gavo lo it timo and it is important for a young wo tlioice, t, but tho highest medical man lo know where danger some authorities in tho United Stales The Parisli House wns full last limes lies. If all young men both estimate that fully 50 per cent of Sunday with a throng of interested before and after marriage lived puro the homes that nro childless not worshippers, who look' part in the lives mere would be much less tin from choico aro in this condition Kastcr services. Tho sermon by tho He it an Imported Registered French Percheron, weighing 1600 lbs. happiness In many homes. But not tho would-b- e because mother has pastor was from tho text "I will all men are careful. Some willingRegister No. (6120) B in France, No. 13071 in America. had her hopes blighted by ono of come again nnd receive you unUf ly take risks that may endanger This is his real picture hut not a good one of him. Come and see him before you their own lives as well ns the hap- the social diseases contracted in myself, that where I am thcro ye nearly every inslanco from Ihc may bo also." breed your mares. piness and lives of their wives and would-b- o father who at somo lime Many a sweet trusting heforo We must breed for bigger mares tto have bigger mules, as bigger mules bring bigger children. or after marriage had for The services at Harts Settlement, Kill has married l ie man aim loved gotten money, and bigger "money is what makes the mare go." his code of manly conduct conducted by Mrs. RoberU and Mr. dearly, with the expectation of hav We need bigger horses and if you breed your little mares to my Percheron horse and ing ami had taken the step that brought Knight,, called out a congregation Hie nappy homelifo that all that packed tho schoolhouse lo its the mare brings a horse colt it is worth more at weaning time than a mule would be, and best nature craves and deserves, her sorrow into his home. Tho but that causes this trouble can utmost capacity. cost no more to raise. If she has a mare colt you are richer than you would be in three discovers too Ialo that much of that he cured. Hut after it is seemingly years breeding to a Jack. happiness will never come because cured the effects of it oflcn remain I know any man who has thought about this kind of breeding or of Ihc irregular life, of the man she long Now any man who in the system and II mav mani married. A very Inch medical an fest itself again will think about it will agree with me. On Wednesday ovening, April 8th, and again in var lliorily estimates that fully 10 You know that a big, square, high-heade- d mule always sells in any market, twice as cent of all men who marry rob per ious forms. Whatever form it as Miss Lucy D. Ogg and Mr. David tho quick as a little, pony mule, and will bring twice as much money and cost you home of much of its happiness be sumes it strikes at the most fnnda- - A. Roebuck wero united in marriage in Buckhorn, Kentucky. Tho cereno more to raise a big mule. Hut you must first have a big mare. Then come and breed to cause they have not lived tho kind mcnlal source of human life and mony was performed by the Itev. human happiness. Tho samo high my big Percheron stallion and reap greater rewards than you have been. I will charge of life that a worthy young man medical authority I havo Just Harvey S. Murdock, Principal of should lead. A committee in New quoted a fee of estimates that from 70 to Witherspoon College. York City who made an investiga The wedding look place at the r per cent or all women whoso TO INSURE A LIVING COLT tion among the hospitals discovered homes can never berbn'ghtened hv Knglo home, which was decorated The season will be due when colt is foalded or mare parted with or bred to another horse. thai 30 i)er cent of all women who children suffer this misfortune hf- e- with evergreens and a profusion of from tho "social diseases" causc either they or their husbands hyacinths and daffodils, and illumCare will be taken to avoid accidents but in no case will I be responsible should any occur. suffer; thus becauso suffer their husbands This horse is no kin to your mare and eross breeding improves the blood and yigor be- hndiwL always followed the dic- have at some timo beon infected inated with candles. Tho brido was a wool with etles the size. From the size of this horse you would be surprised at his style and keen action. tates of the higher and nobler in ever this disease that blights when eling charming in Margaret crcno trav suit. Miss Jones was it touches tho human body. stincts in their lives. The National iou aro also awaro of tho fact that bridesmaid, and Mr. John Tumor Committee whoso business it is to many The guests women must go to tho oner- - acted as groomsman. Kather and give currency to infor were tho faculty and students of Morgan Jr. 3705. B. 2653. mation on this subject places the aling tablo for reasons moro or less Witherspoon College. Dam, Nannie Sire, John percentage at 40 instead of 30. A New serious. Now you must not susnect Tho bride and groom left for Nannie . is out of a Beecher Jennet and there has never been a family 6f Jacks and York nhvsician found that of all wo that there has been somo irregulariRochester. N. Y.. to up that will surpass the Beecher and John Morgan family. They are the kind men who camo lo him for special ty in all thoir lives or in tho ives with Mr. Roebuck's spend Easter Jennets breed sister. Thoy husbands. Sometimes that are the money winners when in the show ring and get the long prices when offered for treatment (0 ner cent wore resnoct of their very frequently it is it is will also visit in Rookford, Ohio, and cancer that, ablo married women whoso homes market. and sometimes it for other reasons later in Berea. where they have Bradshaw Beecher is also a great prospect of a Jennet Jack as he is bred right and is mid lives had been mado unhappy be over which the patient had no con- many friends. cause their husbands had not been After May 1st Mr. and Mrs. Roe trol whatever. Hut a high medical right This handsome bred Jack will make the season ot 19 14 at the very reasonable fee of true lo the marriage vows. authority tells mo that something buck will bo at homo at Paris. Kv. Sro.oo for mule, and $25.00 for Jack or Jennet to insure a living foal. Of courso then is much moro of where Mr. Roebuck holds a position this iinliappinesj in the cities than liko 80 per cent or more of tho op with tho L. & N. Railroad Company. (N. II. My Tint adrertUeinrnt In which I advertised n mull Juck it u fre of f8.o ha heen canceled and I have erations for serious troubles among in hit place a tct high price Jack which 1 can oiler to the public at the Yerjr reasonable fee of $10.00 only $j.oo extra, in the country. Out thcro is much and jet I am ottering a 50 per cent better Jack In every respect.) of i n some nluce in tho country. women arc duo lo theso diseases that aro most frequently contracted MADISON COUNTY COURT I myself have known of many un happy People Mid many linrmn in unnoiy alliances or in uniip.ili.liv H. SI. Penniman. love. Professor Irvinir where sorrow and misery bad driv wedded On Petition to change Peggy Fisher, whom I havo alre.nlv mint en out joy because of llio weakness ed, estimates thai "80 per cent of Kincaid Road No. 3S. in human nature that leads men Notice sometimes lo forget thoir boiler ueatna duo to inflammatory diseases peculiar to women" aro caused hv Notice is hereby riven Hint Mm selves. We nro astounded lo learn the samo disease that .is responsible petition of the above party to said that in tho year 1912 there were over 17,000 cases of these "social lor 1U.OOU cases Of lota am nrtir- - court to order tho Peggy Kincaid Mrs. J. W. Stephens, President. Professor Smith is always an interCLIO CLUB LISTENS TO PROFESablo blindness in the United Slates Road No. 3i changed, hptrinnlnc at diseases" reported to tho State today. esting speaker and on this occasion SOR SMITH Mrs. C. D. Lewis, Vice President. a gate at tho cornor of tho lands Hoard of Hoalth in Kentucky. And ho had the close attention of a group (Continued noxt week) Mrs. C. M. Canllcld, Secretary., of Sholby Tudor, Judgo Goodloo, jtftwU tlio mectliiK of llio Clio Club not all cases wero reported. This highly cultivated and charming and tho petitioner herein, to run Mrs. F. 0. Clark, Treasuror. ml week at tlio homo of Mrs. I). II. of means that there are ncrhans at ladies, who no doubt gavo to tt o TOWN COUNCIL MEETING with tho lino betweon Shelby Tudor Roberts, an oxtremoly stimulating present over 30,000 young men in speaker added inspiration. Tho Town Board hold Its recnlnr and tho petitioner, II. M. Penniman, ami helpful address on civic bettertills stale whom young women who WATCH FOR WAIT! ment was delivered by Professor expect to havo bannv homes can monthly mee ing Tuesday niirht n for a dlstanco of above 100 yard3 to PRISCILLA CLUB OFFICERS tlio Municipal Iltiildincr. Thoro will bo united chapel Tues- not All mem covered a rango tho road leading to William White's, Smith. This address afford to marry. The highest and to close tho road or pass way of topics thai relate to town imTim I'riscllla Club met at the day morning at which Mr. R. A. medical authority In Kentucky told bers wero present. Many details regard! ner provement through tlio beautifying homo of Mrs. Calfec, on Thursday of Waito will speak for tho first time, me leading from Whito's road diagonthat over 50 ner cent of the sidewalks, and city accountssi reels ally were across Penniman's Botlotn to a of homes, tlio improvement of sani- last week, this being tlio regular in Berea. Hear him onco and you young men under thirty years of carefully gono over. tary conditions, and general advance meeting for tlio election of' officers. won't miss a singlo opportunity of age havo at somo gale, a corner to Shelby Tudor and timo been affecthearing him again. President Frost was nreseni n nnrt rennlman, will bo heard on tho of tlio welfare of tlio town and its Tlio following members woro ed. You must understand that of tho timo and. in resnonsn tn the County Court day in Mav. 1914? first He is alive. desirability as a place of residence nnd there aro plenty of nuro men Just general desiro for a water supply unless good causo is shown against as there aro plenty of puro women; unu nro protection ror tho school said chnngo. tho County Court will but tho number of men who havo building to bo erected this summer day appoint viowers, as lied Irregular lives and have suf proposed that tho colleen hnnM ex on said by law, to make report on fered for doing so is much larger tend a (Much main to change, and will proceed acthan tho number of women who of school building and tho vicinity said Good paint guarantees your house against cording to law to order said chango havo dono so. I do not want to nytirants. Tlio trustees install four nf Mm nni made. decay, just o- - good insurance guarantees eauso you lo loso any faith In man lego will probably do this, if It is kind hut I trust that you mav al agreeauio to tho town In ninA r This notice is published by order you against 'loss by fire. "Any old" paint of tho Madison Comity Court enways guard your own safety to tho deeding to tllO lOWn the. Irlnrmln tered at its April term, 1914. is no more safe than "any old" insurance. degree that will insuro your own near tho watering trough which the Juno Baxter, County Road Engi- happiness. couego nan expected to givo. You want sound insurance and neor. (ad) Another thing is important to know. It is natural to suppose that all young women hopo to have homes of thoir own somo timo. It Is always quito natural to suppose that every normal, healthy young you know about paint, look at the If woman hopes to yield lo tho mother and'nk.,:etne" flW P,'Ce, noteual ,he bitterness of poor ,u.tit7 instinct when slio has a homo of formula on every can of Green Seal. It We believe that whoever wrote the above was absolutely her own and becomo tho parent of is the perfect formula for a smooth, healthy uhildreu. This is tho way correct. We have been trying consistently for the past thirnature intended that homes should teen years to constantly improve our Service. We will keep elastic, durable paint. lw mado and tho majority of young on trying, for the word Service is as big a. all out of door.. women prefer nature's way. Those FOR BALE BY who feel otherwise havo reasons KELLOGG & CO. for doing so. It is indeed a torri-hl- o INCORPORATED oxporienco for tho young woman Wholesale Grocers Richmond, Ky. who hopes to havo happy children In her homo lo discover that this !2BBlHnKv--'r:-j- nest-buildi- ng "THIS IS A HORSE" dis-sea- so ewe-necke- d, $10.00 BRADSHAW BEECHER 5108 1 Berea, Dr. S. R. Baker Kentucky ed Hanna's Green Seal Paint MERCHANTS! J. D. CLARKSTON, Berea, Ky. Pago SIX. TUB CITIZEN. Jout-neye- April 10, 1911. meMSDof Defeat RANDALL PARRI5H D. J. LAVIN ILLUSTRATED A Romance the IDDE5T StClair's of A. C.MSCWPG &. CO., COFYVWr JJ& 8YN0PSI8. ClIAPTKIt I Joseph tlaywrd, n ensign In the United Btates army on hit war to Fort Ilarmar. meets Simon Glrty, a renegade whoso name has been connected with all manner of atrocities. also headed for Fort Hurmar with a message from the British general. Hamilton. Hay. ward guides him to the fort and protect Mm from a number cf scouts who tried to kill him. CHAPTEJl II-- At General Harmar'i headquarter Hay ward meets Hene D'Auvray who professes to recognize him, although he has no recollectlcn of ever having seen her before. CHAPTER III Hay ward volunteers to carry a message for ilarmar to Sandusky where Hamilton is stationed. The north west Indian tribes are ready for war and are only held back bv the refusal of the friendly Wyandots to Join. The latter are demanding the return of a religious teacher whom they believe to be a. prisoner. Hayward's mission Is to assure the Wyandots that the man Is not held by the soldiers. Ilarmar Impresses on Hayward the necessity of reaching Hamilton before Glrty. Wyandot and that she Is a quarter-blooa missionary among the Indians. She his been In search of her father. She Insists that she has seen Hayward before, but in a Ilrltlsh uniform. Hayward starts for the north accompanied by a d hey CHAPTER asks Hayward to let her accompany him. She tells him IV-Tl- ene scout named Brady and a private soldier. come on the trail CHAPTER of a war party and, to escape from the Indians, take shelter In a hut on an Island. Hayward finds a murdered man In the hut. CHAPTER VI It proves to be Raoel D'Auvray. a former French officer, who Is called by the Wyandots "white chief." Itene nppears and Hayward Is puzxled by her Insistence that they have met before. CHAPTER VII Rfne recognizes the murdered man as her father, who was known among the Indians as Even atT r started" (owar J the open door the girl herself appeared, outlined against the candle flame. She bad bound up the loosened strands of balr, and her dark eyes, dry and tearless, looked straight at me. I doubt if she, saw Schultz at all as she camo forward, stopping only as her band finally touched the table. As I watched her, my earlier determination died within me; I could only wait In silence for her to epeak. "Joseph Hayward," she said slowly, the words rasping a little with her "You confess to effort at that name, do you not!" "Yes, mademoiselle," I answered, my lips dry, my eyes riveted on her face. "Yet you still claim not to be the same Joseph Hayward whom I have l. you may know of us, Monsieur Joseph Hayward, you have never known this. It was because of a lady my father loved, a relative of the king. For her sake he fought the Prince de and killed him in the royal garden. It was a. fair fight, but the king saw it not so, for It disarranged his plans, and my father had to flee France to save hie own life. Then was at is the use of our talking like this?" she said impetuously. "Tisaa though we exchanged compliments In Montreal. Instead wo aro In the wil derness, with danger all about us. You are what you are, monsieur, and I am a woman of the 'Wyandots. Lot all else pass; I care nothing whether your thoughts of me be good or evil. I am what I am; what birth and conditions have made me. All I appeal to In you is whatever of manhood you may still retain. I tell you my story, because you swear you know It not; then Hp- ton, and you shall. No, do cot morn. but hear me; I would not do this with out reason." She glanced aside at BchulU, and then into the red embers of the Are. her eyes coming slowly back to rest on my face. "I am Rene D'Auvray, and my father lies dead there in the next room. He was all I had In the world, yet I knew little enough of him. He spoke seldom of his past life even to me. Still, I have much reason to believe that In his younger days he was intimate at the French court, I know he was a soldier, an officer of the king's guard. decorated for bravery. He never told xce why ha was exiled to this Issd, burled In the far wilderness, made a companion of savages. I never asked, although my heart ached to do so, for he was not a mad to be questioned lightly, and I early learned that the very thought brought him pain. But I know this, for I saw a letter once, a yellow, creased letter, which I think he purposely mislaid hoping I would see. He wanted me to know, yet had not the heart to toll mo. It was from a French comrade in arms, and there was a crest on the paper, and a great name signed. I wept as I read, for the writer loved the man to whom he told the story, and the words came warm from his heart. Whatever else Mll-lle- r, known?" "I am an ensign in the army of the United States, and "have never worn a red coat." She smiled, but the smile wae not altogether pleasant. She paused, and sank into a chair, bowing her face upon the table. I stood eilent, unablo to speak, the sound of her voice still In my ears. She looked up again, dashing her hand across her eyes. "I must be far more French than Indian to become eo weak," she explained, ashamed of the emotion. " T Is tho memory of him lying yonder, monslour, with no word no last word for mo. So it was he came to America, but tbey would not let him rest in either Quebec or Montreal. They drove him forth Into the woods, into tho camps of Indians. He told me ffer" onco about those days; of how ho "Mademoiselle," I Interrupted swiftly, "I ask nothing. All I seek is the traversed the black waters of the Ottaopportunity of service. There is no wa and met hardships on the great voyageurs and truth I am going to deny. To provo lakes, his companions only couriers des bols, bis means of it I will say thts you have remained support the furs he could send back in my memory since the first hour we to Montreal. But ho might not venmet, I desire your trust, your friendship; whatever you may tell me will ture there himself, but was doomed bo held sacred, inviolate, I will serve forever to a life bayond civilization. you though you speak no word, giro His associations would have brutalized bltn, made him a At denizen of those no explanation. I beg the privilege" I thought she would never speak, wilds, turned him also into a savage, standing there beforo me in the dim but for one thing ho was a fervent light, swaying slightly, her bosom ris- Catholic It was this which kept him ing and falling with quick breathing. A ever gentle, sweet and strong. Ho great sympathy welled up in my heart, possessed the passion to save touls; be becamo an and all unconsciously, I extended my among whom evangel to the Indians ho lived. He was at bands. She must have seen them, but Mackinac Bay; and she made no response, but the glitter PqttawjUtomjes. Green Christ, ho told the pf. but they oX.UHlijld.taai9 wjss la her eyes. slowly, "Very well; have It so then. I do not in the least believe you, but am going to speak exactly as It I did. I am a girl, alone, and must turn to you for help. It makes no difference now if I am of Indian blood and ancestry, I am here alone with you. I have got to trust you, rely upon your word, ask your aid. You claim to know nothing of me, or mine. That there may be no possible mistake I will tell you tell you about him," she pointed backward, with her hand, her voice breaking, "and and about my-sen, iou snau Know an, ana men you will dare pretend Ignorance no longer. Listen, monsieur. The man lying deid yonder murdered was my father." She leaned forward, resting her hands on the table, for support, the veins in her throat throbbing. "I wish you would at least confess a knowledge of my tongue," she almost pleaded. "It Is not In English I think, monsieur, and It is dlfilcult for me to speak in that language." "It would be a pleasure to confess anything that would aid you," I replied politely. "But I possess small understanding of French." Her eyes darkened indignantly, and she made a forceful gesturo Indlcatlro of her true thought of me, "You continue to act your part well," she said scornfully, "even when there Is no longer a necessity. Bah I I despise this play acting! It Is unworthy a soldier. 60 you would have me tell over what you already know; you would make mo stand hero and su- Then she said rsv-kmw- ( . Some Sound Caused Me to Wheel About. ho proscribed, head." a price sot upon his d lived In a house by himself, a loeg, cast him out; he traveled" to the till- must needs Join tnem Is Tney ages of the Illinois, tut the Jesuits long way off beyond tho most distant our way." trees, were already there, and gave him no "What settlements had they atsaw welcome. At last he found a home tacked:" HE, SHE, AND CHARLES Charles Augustus camothe man that to call, but with the Wyandots. At first tho task afternoon. He had "Those of tho Moravians; they had was not easy, for they were a savago scalps and booty." Miss Purvis bad excused herself. She people. They had tortured Jesuit bad a headache, she said. Now the "And their chief t" By F. ft, WRIGHT. priests to the stake, and flogged the man, whose name was Mr. Houghton, "Black Horse, an outlaw of the OJIb-wawas going down the drive with great ItccoIleU who camo also. But my faQlrty knew him." Charles AogwlM had had a most strides, and so Intent on his own ther won their confidence; he wont "You left them when!" forth with- them to battle; he went "I hardly know, monsieur," glancing unpleasant day. It had commenced thoughts that he did not bear Charles with them against their enemies, and toward me, "perhaps two hours ago; I well enough, bat had clouded over Augustus call to htm. It took htm a so they Anally listened to what bo had forgotten time. They kept no soon after he had Started on his les- long tlrao to catch up with the man. aid. He becamo Wapa-tco-tathe guard, for there had been no pursuit, sons about the Dec and the Hat, and Indeed, It did not happen until the Cat. Then Hlgglns had latter had turned off into the woods, white chief, and taught them of Christ nor any sign of danger. It was easy to the Act-lvJesus. They became Christians be- slip away unseen. None among them brought Miss Pwrta a letter, and with and Charles Augustus' hat had been cause they wero proud of him. Ho ac- knew of this ptace, not even Glrty, and It something had tattered Into Charles lost on the road, and bis legs much complished what the priests could not I camo alone. There was nothing for Augustus' life that he could by no scratched with briers. Then Charles Augustus told his story about tho letdo, and kept tho trlbo at peace with me to fear; I knew the way, and I had means understand. You see, Charles) Augustus loved his ter, and how she had kissed It, and tho whites. The English came, and faith I should find my father." governess greatly. She came next to yet cried, and was going away. hated him, for ho would not enter into "This Is the truth? The whole his father and teetker and way above "And shesald'Ican'tt 1 can't I' like their schemes, nor permit his people truth to. Only once did ho lead them to "Oul, monsieur," and bowed her the goat Charles Aufustus had quite that," ended Charles Augustus. "'Ho decided to marry Mist Purvis when must never know,' she said, and 'he war, against your General Clark at head. Vlnccnnes. "Then you know nothing of any new bo grew up, and had even talked over musn't never como here,'" ynung lady herWhat wasn't ho to know? and who "Exiled and lonely, abandoning all arrivals at the camp? There wore tho details wlthyt self. hope of over returning to Franco, or some expected?" was He? and did Mr. Houghton The letter, wfcen she read II, made think It was a giant that was coming even civilization, my father Anally, to "I am sure not," her aroused Interincrease his Influence with tho tribe, est apparent in her voice. "Did others Mis Purvis' face go all pink and beau- to carry Miss Purvis off? Then took for a wife a woman of the Wyan- join them? Who were they, mon- tiful, and thea pale, and her eyes fill Charles Augustus took tho letter with tears. Then she put the letter from his blouse and then the man dots. Although I was born of that sieur?" union, yet I never saw my mother, Brady looked at her searchlngly, awsy In, the. bosom of her gown, and knew, who died when I was but a babe. I am leaning on his gun, the lines of his Charles Augustus thought that was the "I'm afraid It Is a giant" said Mr. told she was of fair complexion, but face stern. I could not forbear step- end of It, Bat it was not For as Houghton gravely, "and it's lucky I often as be loksd up from his book or heard of this In time, because 1 was jot black hair and eyes, the daughter ping forward beside her. tlut now " of a French trader and Indian mother, "Never you mind speaking, Master slate he saw Mis ParvU reading tho going away tomorrow, able to read and write. My father Hayward," he said shortly. "Tho girl letter, and each time bo saw tears in "But now?" said Charles August ssW loved her, and taught her much that needs no defender; I believe what her eyes. anxiously. he had learned in early life. When she says. Now listen, both of you, and "Now I think I'll go right back to What could It be in those scrawly she died he seemed to change, to lose see what you make of It I was with black marks to make people cry? He the bouse with you." Interest in the past, to cease to dream in twenty yards of their camp, at tho "And you won't let her be tooken longer of Europe. He became more edge of the underbrush, and could seo ! in a closet, or had to do something he I mean taked away?' said Charles fully a Wyandot I was brought un In clearly all that occurred about the did not want to but this wasn't like Augustus. the camps of the tribe, living in their Are. There was no guard set. but the ' that. Charles Augustus could not un- "No, she Isn't going away," the very wigwams, sharing ln their prosperity I prisoner lay between two Indians, so dcrstand this silent crying. When he man replied "at least not and adversity. I played with Indian that any attempt at rescue was Impos- - cried he wanted to let the whole world far." They got out into the road and children, and was cared for by Indian slble. I could not tell just how many know and usaalty succeeded. women. I must have been ten years . were In the band, for some wero lying-Later, when lessons were over, he started back. Charles Augustus' hand old, monsieur, before I first realized well back beyond the range of light I saw Miss Purvis through the window, lllnt of his friend's, and his small Plowing through the dust that I was mainly of white blsod, of aw airty, however, get up and put writing a letter, and she as crying ' another race. Yet when this knowl- -' "food on the flame. I had sight drawn over It Plainly tasro was something And ,hen' at a tun 1 ,h8 road, they edge came it brought with It sudden on the devil, yet dared not Arc. Then In this writing business which was camo suddenly on Miss Purvis, very he lay down again, and I erect around decidedly nnntrsiaant Phnrl.a Aticus-- white and scared looking, and carry- ambition." onxr- Her eyes were upon the Are now. toward wnere he had disappeared, tus decided the and there that ho ln t'naries Augustus- - nau and her voice had lost its harshness. thinking I might use a knife to rid the would never writs. Then, when she . " . cried, "I mougni you wore I remember when I went to my fa world of such a beast But before I had finished aha went off to" the til. ' lost" "Charles Augustus plunged toward therIt vu In a camp on the shores could reach him there came along the ', liuse and would not lot Chariots Ausus- - nertold him!" be cried triura-"1'v- e of the great lake and made him tell shore a considerable body of Indiana. tus go with ber. told him all about the I me more of bis own life and the life The sand made no sound, and they In that half htmr of easy tlmo which f Bnl" of my mother. What he said opened passed so close to where I lay one came when Charles Augustus bad letter, and how you cried because the before me a fairyland. I began to fellow stopped upon my hand. Yet shifted from his day things into tho giant was going to carry you off, and dream and hope. Ho taught me the they passed by, trooping Into the ample lengths of his flannel pajamas, he says tho giant shan't and that you and, cuddling down Into the big chair aro going to live here happy ever French tongue, and all the Bcraps of camp, and I counted thirty." learning bis memory retained. He with Miss Purvis, toasted his pink after, amen, like peoplo do In fairy "Of what tribe, monsieur?" I caught words Quebec for books, and we sent to toes before the firs preparatory to go- stories. And you are, ain't your "From tho Wabash. Miss Purvis looked at tho man , a studied them together. When I was in the language of the Shawnees. They ing bedward, he came once more across this peculiar thing which he second, and then her faco camo ail sixteen he sent me to Montreal, to tho had a white man with them." could not understand. For Mist Pur- pink and then sho said "Yea." convent of the Ursullnes, and I was "A prisoner?" It was a very happy walk back home there three yeare. Then then the In "No; he talked with Glrty In Eng- vis was strangely silent, only answer- that dian blood conquered, and I came lish, and then to the savages In their lag a listless yes or no to his observ- to Charles Augustus, exceptmanage he, to back. The woods called me, and my own tongue. I could only catch a word ations on life, and the curious ways for some reason, could not father; besides," she made the sign of now and then I could understand, but of peoplo, and the idiosyncrasies of walk between bis two friends and tho cross, "God called me to the work he pointed toward tho Island, and the goat. She did not take much In- hold both of their hands at tho same I had to do." seemed to urgo them this way. I dared terest even when he touched upon the time, a thing which Charles Augustus An Indian missionary?" not stay there longer, for fear I should , many things he would give her when particularly wished. To my own people. Nol I was bo too late, and so crept backward, he becamo a man and they were of no order what was that?" married tho rings llko mamma's REALLY LITTLE DAMAGE DONE and got away." I She arose to her feet listening. She stepped forward and grasped and an express wagon, and a jar of ginger. Though her arm drew blm Joke, It Appeared to Comedian, But to his arm. CHAPTER IX. "What was the white man like, mon- - close when he told her how much he Curio. Store Proprietor It 'vel her. yet Charles 'Augustus was sleur? You saw his face?" Was a Horror. 001 tausnea. 110 felt as tnougn The Return of Brady, "No; never once did he front the were between There was utter silence, except for Are. I heard his voice, and could sea somctning invislDIo Gcorgo Hobey, the comedian, frethe heavy breathing of the soldier still the outline of his flgure. He was a them. quently drops In for a chat with a hnnd nd turned her dealer In hondon. in the outer room sound asleep on tho bench. I could big follow, not unlike the ensign here, I I,e Put u distinguish no noise without. . 'Me towaro mm. and ho wore a red coat." are va"s and jars, cups, groups and "Y do don't you?" ho seta of pieces, valued at anything from It was like a cry, faint from a dis For one moment she stood motion- tance," she said, at last, "but I hear less, one hand pressed against her "ld- - "And, J'0" wl" waU t0T mo untl1 CO to COO guineas. Insldo Is tho pronothing now. Did you catch it mon- temple, the other grasping his sleeve. I am prietor's private apartment To reach Sno kissed him and told him "Yes" him you gingerly pick your way sieur?" The cheek toward mo flamed red. would always be his sweetheart through tho thousands of pounds' "ne "I heard only your voice." "You vou are sure?" she faltered. "But I'm afraid, dear, I'll have to go worth of valuable china. "Then I may have been deceived. "He he looked like that?" although I have the ears of an Indian." "Yes, mademoiselle," his tone that an ay. Will you mind?' "One day, not long ago," llubey Charles Augustus minded very muoh says, "I had been chatting within, and Some sound caused me to wheel of surprise. "It was dark but 1 could and said so, and the thought kept him a friend was waiting for mo in the about, and I faced Brady, who had just seo that" awake long after he had gotten Into saloon without. As I bade the dealer stepped within and closed the door, And this man Is really an Ameri HIb gray eyes surveyed ue In one swift can ofllcer?" her dark eyes flashing to- bis bed. Through the door be could 'Good morning! and passed through, glance, settling Inquiringly on the girl, ward me. "Ho has never been In the see Miss Purvis and the Are. Then to tho street 1 heard a dreadful crashhe saw her of a sudden bend forward, J ing who bad arisen to her feet Schultz north before?" of broken china! My friend turned awakened, sat up on the bench, blinkA grim smile curled Brady's lips, as ber face in her arms, and heard her upon me an eyo glassy with anguish. sob. ing sleepily. shall I forget tho proprietor's, , his keen gray eyes swept over tho Though he wanted to comfort her, Never "Brady?" two of ue. expression of supremo horror as be "I reckon maybe it was 'bout a year something told Charles Augustus that rushed from his sanctum and saw us "Of course; and who have you here, Master Hayward? A woman surely, ago I fust met the ensign, mademoi- Miss Purvis wanted to bo let alone. standing amidst the debris of broken face. chlnaware which lay strewn around by dress Indian, and by face white." selle, up at Fort Pitt an' off an' on At last sho raited a "No, it must not ImjI" Charles Au- our "This Is Mamadolsello D'Auvray," I ever since we'vo run against each othfeet He was speechless chokreplied, not liking his manner of er along the Ohio. I don't know what gustus heard Iw sa. "They would ing. think It was for his money. It is betspeech, "the daughter of the man we all this may be leadln' to, but so far "Legal proceedings? Five thousand as I can seo, ho ain't no cause to tell ter as It Is belter for him. I must pounds? In a word, what was the found here dead." soon as 1 can, and, oh, damage? you Inquire. leave hero as "She was not in the house when I you a. Ho." Well, I am sor--J Sho hesitated, glancing from his I don't want to!" left. Oh, I remember! The Bame perry to have to confess it (for the pr Then Miss Purvis took the letter, prletor was In bed for a woek as the chance who was at Fort Ilarmar, the sober face Into mlno; then impulsivekissed it, and put it In a box on her result of tho shock), but It was a gag one you told me about, and who threat- ly held out her hand. "I I am glad, monsieur," her Hps dressing table a box with curious prearranged. For my frlcnd,twho had ened to follow us with Simon Glrty. mother-of-pear- l on It, and Truly, she must have kept ber word, trembling. "I I cannot tell you how patterns In brought with him a couple of dozen . glad. It Is such a strango thing that with a queer lock that only sho and cheap soup plates, had, at a given for that black renegade is here." Charles Augustus knew bow to open. you should look so much alike and signal from mo, dropped them In a "Here! Glrty? You saw hlra?" Charles Augustus' ulnd started to heap upon tho floor." London s. "Ay! In the Indian camp out yon bear the samo' name. Can the other was work this thing out. This letter der. Nor was that all I saw. There la be a relativo of yours?" badthe cause of Miss Purvis' feeling I shook my head. something savage on foot, or I am no "Hardly; we aro I suppose of Eng ly. It must be taken away, that was I thought those, devils woodsman. West Indian English. might have other quarry, and come lish stock, but my family has been a all about It A traveler just returned from a trip Tho room was quiet the flro died to back hero to He quiet In hiding, but I hundred years In Maryland. But about a little glow of winking embers, Miss through tho West Indies Is still laugham not so sure now that we aro not this Englishman?" ing over tho English used by tho na"He was ever urging tho tribes to Purvis was asleep. Charles Aufluttua tives of the Islands, which strikes the ones sought. This girl belongs war, lying to them, pledging them got up and got the letter. Thou ho strangely on American ears. with them. mattress, and went She stepped past me, and stood help. Ho camo to my peoplo I am a hid It under tho "I was just leaving a barber shop - Wyandot often. Ho mot my father to sleep with a lighter heart Now Miss In Trinidad, after getting a shave," he erect facing him, the dark eyes frank- Purvis would be happy again, and sho ly meeting the gray. thore In council, the one ovor advocatsaid, "when the barbor, looking closego away. "Yet I am not one of them," she Ing wnr, tho other counseling peace, would not next day Miss Purvis was ly at my dorby, remarked: But tho said slowly In her careful English. "I Ho failed In his mission to our peoplo, "'Excuso mo, but your hat Is natty, happy. True, she did not cry, nor am Wyandot; those you saw are Ml- - yet somehow my father liked him; per- - not sir.' did sho read the letter which Charles amis and OJIbwas, thieves and murder- - haps it was a plcasuro to talk again Augustus had craftily tucked "I was about to consldor It an inInside era. My people are Christian, and with one who knew Europe and tho blouse, but yet she was not tho sult when he picked tip tho hat and late books.. And tho Englishman, hop- his are not at war." said: who laugh"You were with them; with Glrty," ing thus to Anally win my father over Miss Purvis of afore times; "'Your hat Is very nasty, sir. Alto his side, was moot cordial. Ha ed, and sang and romped on tho lawn low mo to brush It for you.' he Insisted, but In somewhat kinder with him. It was not tho mere postone. "You came here direct from played a part that ho might keep my "Another ttmo I gavo out my wash What to other session of tho letter, then. father on long Journoys tbolr camp." at a hotel. Presently tho black chamwas It? "Yes, Monsieur Brady, but unknown tribes, whllo he remained behind to bermaid came to mo to explain that to them, even to Glrty himself, Tbey poison the minds of our own peoplo. "He must not como." "I must leave the laundry people refused to underAugustus rememberknow me tho Mlamls and 1 have no I overheard his words, his lying prom- hero." Charles Some one was com- take tbo washing and Ironing of one fear even of their young men when ises to our warriors. Yet In spite of ed those words. ono who would carry of my shirts, as It was too much worn painted for war." Sho spoke simply, all, the Wyandots remained at peaco; ing, then; some Beloved, away. and might fall to ploccs In the procclearly, as If she would conceal noth- they alone held back the tribes from Miss Purvli, thothought of Giants, ess. The way she conveyed the InforI appealed to them, monsieur; I, Charles Augustus ing. "This was my father's cabin. No war. and gypsies, and grew horribly alive mation to me was as follows: one knew of it but me not even Si- a mere girt, held before them a cross, "'The laundry people say, sir, dat mon Glrty. It was reported at Fort and they listened, and were afraid, to the exigencies of the occasion. His one of your shirts is properly rotfather and mothor were away, so Ilarmar that he woe dead; I did not Thoy drovo the Englishman from the he could not go to them for ad- ten!" know, yet It was that vague report campbacji toJiis master." vice, (Continued next wnek) which made ma so eager to get back Easy Mark. Tboro was only one man in Charles to my own people; made mo reckless Madge I hear he's very sweet oa Augustus' confidence, and be was very enough to risk tho trail In company Cynical. big and strong, and know everything. you. with the wblto renegade. I do not fear, Marjorlo Bather! no You married women are great Next to the goat, who wat manifestly He's good for but I desplso him. Yesterday we matchmakers. Shi Yes. MUcry loves Inadequate under the circumstances, about two pounds of candy every Gfiine. upon, tjiot raiding, carty, and company. ExpIiuiiki'. Charles Auguttut adored this man. He week. Judge. s; - r J 1 . tear-staine- " I Tit-lilt- I J . 101 i. THE CITIZEN. IN THE HOME zt'HM Solitary Fly In An SWAT laxy Pago. Seven. e- 040KHO4OI0 0404UOe 0KHno004eHO09) New Indian Animal Stories How the Wildcat Got a Square Meal By JOHN M. OSKISON 8lOTOTOT040TOTOTOTTOfOTHOTOTOtOOTOfOOfOOfOTHO SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door 1 April May Cause J Epidemic fly Berea's Vocational Schools the The torpid, moving Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined with general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commsr-cla- l. FOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. ning to s merge from their winter quarttrs. Thsy arc tobs the progenitors of trillions of pi demlo makers. The menses which an nuslly faces mankind through ths ao tlvlly of thete distributers of aerm and dlieaie may be reduced, but only through tho striking of a telling blow i at ths imecta before they have had chance to develop. The wonderful reproductive capacity of this breeder of peetilenes is the re a son advanced why houteholders should begin an immediate fly swstting cam paign. A solitary fly in April may seem a hsrmlets thing, but if left un disturbed it may cauie an entire com munity to be gripped by pestilence. Health experts are beginning to real lie that If flies are to be destroyed they must be attacked when they are least TND wonti do not much. able to combat their natural inimut Tliey tlVpr Milter thn Innnia and this is in the early spring, whe lp. Wo never hraril of nv in.nml food is scarce. lible arlttnc from ihf minri.r r,. ..,.. The close relation of cleanup cam they do noC cot murh, yet they arcom-plls- h much. They make otMsr people patgns to ths fly exterminating prop ' iwumi. my produce thrlr own ganda hai btgun to be appreciated, an Imnce on turn's touU an.t a beautiful lm- - for this reason many municipalities al It I. -- I'.caL rsady havs commenced or are prepar Ing for sanitary crussdes. It hss been PACKING THE LUNCH BOX. demonstrstrd that the more filth ths Is removed from a city the greater dif If anybody think tlio packlnr of a ficulty is placed in ths way of the de dinner pall or lunch box an easy task. vslopment of the ineect disesse sprsad Just Irt him try It for a few months srs. on a stretch, and see bow easy It Is. Thn Individual to bo fed will modify tho jMckln. A child golni; to school Chance Mighty will need different food frora a man. A man working In the open will need different and heartier food than tho man working In an office. takes countleis numbers of swati to make svsn the For a week or two ono may enjoy leatt impression on the bilpacking a dinner box, getting a valions of flies that Infest the riety and making the food look atcountry. There'e a better wsy. tractive, but as time goes on, one mns One can annihilate trillions of out of Ideas and thn task becomes flies with one swst if one goes most monotonous. x at it rightly. If there is a feTliers are yet men who enjoy a piece male fly enjoying the spring in your kitchen or attic or bin-meof pie In the dinner pall, and do not she is dus to hatch out six refuse It, If It Is enjoyed. In the put or more hatches of eggs, over 100 tins up of dinners more wound frora ggs at a time, jf she lives, and lack of thought than from want of all of her youngsters are the feeling. most prolific creaturea on the Sandwiches, of course, on account map. A fly expert has figured of their value as food and ease In it out that from a single fewhich they may be packed, with their male fly trillions of the dreaded typhoid flies may claim descent variety, will always be a popular bain one season, provided, of sis to the. lunch basket. The making course, that all ths young flies of a sandwich Is sn art. Itread of vagrow up. rious kinds may b used, white, whole By swatting Mrs. Fly now wheat, graham, rye, brown and bis you save yourself the trouble of cuits of different kinds are alt used killing her descendants this with satisfaction. summer. The sandwich filling Is as Important as the bread. The bread should bo cut rather thin, spread with softened butter, and then whatever Ai- SIMPLEST WAY TO KILL ling la desired. FLY. Cheese makes a good ssndwlch filling. Jams of various kinds are liked by tho children and will take the Lnndim Ijilicot. the leiirilni; place of cake moit acceptably. Jutiriiiil of the world. I Greasy and fried foods should be siiyH that tin- - licit nud simplest avoided, aa they are hard to digest fly killer I n weak solution of formal at best, and unless the luncher Is riehyde In witter (two teuMpooufuU to working out of doors, when they will the plnti. Place In plates or saucers he) able to digest almost any kind of throughout the house. Ten cents' food, should not be used. worth of tlili liquid will Inst nn onll A piece of cake, a handful of dates, nary family nil miuimer. It has no of a few figs or a dish of prunes are a fensive odor. It futul to disease or good addition to any lunch, aa thsy mtiilsms nud It pract lenity nontolxou . oils except to are both nutritious and attractive. fruit, when It Is obtainable, Fresh should be always added to the lunch, aa It la both food and drink. A Lot of Moisture. The annual rain and xnow tall of the united Ntutet h estimated to weigh 0.000.000.000.000 tons. r are begin- 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress Ki6ft en ISjgABINET ct 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course SHIPS' For thoso who aro not expecting to teach and who are not going thru College, but desire more general education. This Is Just tho thing for those preparing for medical studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives tho best general education for 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 peoplo can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keepright on In their course of study. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door t Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Dcrea's largest department Children, Color the Above Sketch to Suit Yourself. Save All the Sketches and Make a Book of Them. (Copyrlalit. IJII, by the McClure News- - you Just keep on pretending you're paper Syndicate.) dead." time ago wild turkeys used So the wildcat said he'd do aa the to strut and gobble through tho woods rabbit told him to, and they went close close by the camps of the Indians. At to where the turkeys were resting hud dusk the old gobblers sent tho sounds died on the ground. of tbclr quarreling to the ears of the Then the rabbit skipped over to the sleepy Indian children, and the chil turkeya and said to them: dren rubbed their heavy eyes and 'Come with me and seo what I have asked tho old people to tell about the found the wildcat, our enemy, la dead. time the rabbit got away from tho Come with me and we will have a wildcat by getting for him a feast of dance around his dead body." And the wild turkey meat. And the old people turkeys went strutting and peering would tell this story: after the rabbit until they came to the Ono day the rabbit stayed out play place where the wildcat was lying and ing until It was very late. The sun pretending to be dead. was down and the darkness bad filled "Now for tho dance!" said the rabup every crack In the big woods, and bit. "I'll get a stick and beat tlmo still the rabbit stayed out to play. In- while I sing, and you will all dance stead of gctttlng home as fast as he around the wildcat." could and going to sleep In his hollow And so the rabbit began to beat stump home. with his stick: and sing: "Ga laglna All at once, as the rabbit made a haauyak; Qa laglna hasuyak!" That Jump over a log, a wildcat dropped means, "Pick out the gobbler, pick out from the limb of a tree Just over the the gobbler!" And the turkeys asked the rabbit why he sang that song. rabbit's path and grabbed him. "Oh," said the rabbit. "It's a song 'Now," said the wildcat, "I shall have a supper to make me dream the wildcat used to like to alng now we'll sing it to him. Everybody danco good dreams!" fast now, and dance closer and closer "What!" said the rabbit, "are you to the dead wildcat." going to eat me?" So they all danced in closer and 'Yes, I am," said the wildcat, "have ' closer. you anything to say? "Now hit the wildcat as we do In 'Well," said the rabbit, "all I've got the war dance," said the rabbit. And to say la that you can't be very hungry as they danced the turkeys hit the If you'd rather eat me than the good wildcat, but he did not move. Finally, feast I know about." the biggest gobbler kicked the wild' "So you know about a better sup- - cat, and Just then the rabbit struck pert" asked the wildcat. And he sat the ground bard with his stick and down tp listen to what the rabbit had shouted out as loud as he could: "Pick to say. out the biggest gobbler!" And then the "Come with me," said the rabbit, wildcat Jumped up quick and grabbed and I will show you where you can the biggest gobbler and ran oft to the get a fine feast of wild turkeys. When best supper he bad ever had. . I tell you to stop, then you He down And ever since, when night comes, and make out you're dead. Then I'll the wild turkeys have gone to sleep bring the turnkeys right up to you. I'll up in the trees at night, where the tell them you're dead, and I'll lead rabbits can't find them. Ever since, a dance around you. You mustn't too, good rabbits have always come word, and home before It gets quite dark an wake up until I glve-th- e don't mind even It somebody kicks example to little children. RURAL SCHOOLS OF COUNTRY z For awai. t 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. IT 'j Tlli: Iiimm-Lh- BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with Its affiliated schools, is not a monpy-makin- g Institution. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it it expected that all l have a chance to earn a part of tMf expeneet. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSbNAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warn wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THC 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 reosa 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 $1.60 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc This is paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of schoet buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or tar-vicof teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.99 and $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows; ' FALL TERM u-iles . Incidental Fee Room FOUNDATION vocational and schools $ 5.00 5.60 aca&kmy and normal $ 3.09 7.00 oollbub Daddy's Bedt ime A Dog That He Takes His Mas. Big Hotel. tsrs Mail. had beeu saying that If bo went to the seashore to spend a month, a uelgtibor bad done, bo would not leave bis dog behind with the Movement to Stimulate Interest Among Children In the. Work of the Boys' and Girls' Clubs. (Prepared by tha United States Depart' mem or Agriculture.! The rural schools of the country awLVt V Stays at a JACK "Hut, you see. Jack," said daddy, "they couldn't very well take a big collie llko that with them. Hotels don't take In people with dogs." "Well, they ought to," Evelyn remarked severely. "I wouldn't atop at any old hotel Hint wouldu't take Sheppte to stay." . "I'm afraid, then, wo would better stay at borne this summer," daddy replied, "because most hotels won't take dogs, and I should hate to have to sleep outdoors, even with Shoppie as a pillow. "There la ouo hotel In New York that takes In one dog, but be Is a very special dog. nud I think I shall have to tell you about him. "De does not live at this hotel all the tlmo, bdt only comes with his master to visit it for a few weeks now and then. These visits nro sometimes months part, but though. In tho meantime, many other dogs Imve been turned away from tho doors of this hotel, Itelgo, as ho Is uamed, is always welcomed. "lie Is a handsome Boston bull terrier, and his master never goes anywhere without hi in. During the day tho dog stays with bis master If be Is about the hotel, but at night itelgo sleeps In a comfortable place thut has been fixed up for him In the basement "Every morning at 8 o'clock tho porter of the hotel goes to the basement Bd loads Itelgo up to tbo main corridor of the hotel. It Is not really necessary for the porter to go with him. The dog kuows his wuy all over the place. "As boo n as the porter frees him the dog runs over to the counter, where mall and keys are cared for In the hotel, lie barks and Jumps Into the air until bis master's mall Is given him. When tho clerks hand It to tilui. together with a couple of uornlug nowspapvrs, the dog trots off to the elevator. "When he reaches the door where tils master Is staying he Jumps off and trots down the hull. Just bow bo knows where to stop wu6n there are so many doors Is a question, but Itelgo never makes a mistake "Putting down the papers and mall, where he can guard them, Itelgo barks once, twice, three times. Ho keeps on marking until his master lets him In. "Then, when he and his master hnve breakfasted, they may go out for a walk, and Itelgo Is a happy dog. He trots close to bis master, and be never notices the other dogs they meet on their walks, though living alone In a bote! perhaps be Is lonesome enough sometimes. When ho goes borne with his master no doubt he has wonderful tales to tell the borne dogs. Does Itelgo enjoy these trips? Well, I should Judge so, for he always seems to be la a very good humor." ' Ninth week Test samples of the seed corn for the corn club boys and the farmers of the community. this time to canning outfits for homo and other canning supplies. Tenth week Devote this week to the study of farm fertilizers. Study recipes for canning, preserving and making Jellies. Invite girls to bring lng. to the school copies of several recipes Third week Study the careful to study. preparation of the seed bed. Study with the girls tho importance and ne One Smelt. cessity of careful preparation of the A man bought two fishes, but on soil for successful tomato crops. taking them home found he bad throe; Fourth week Devote time to lease how was that? km winter cover crops. Show the girls lie had two and one smelt have Instituted agricultural studies relating to the Boys' Corn club and the Girls' Canning club work under the direction of the department of agriculture. The movement is to stimulate Interest among the school children In the work of the department's Juvenile clubs. As planned by tho department there Is a course of ten studies In agriculture covering a period of ten weeks. Teachers are urged by the officials to teach agrlculturo along the lines sug gested by the department, at least twice a month, and to encourage the scholars to take up active agricultural lessons. The following Instructions to teachers have been Issued by the de- partment: First week Use, this period for tho purpose of organizing the corn club and enrolling the boys who are, Interested. Call the girls of the sixth and seventh grades together, organizing them into a canning club. Urge all tho girls in tho community to be pres ent and becomo members. Second week Instruct tbo boys how- to select their land and teach them tho kind and character of soil. Teach the girls about tho different kinds of soils that are best for tomato grow the necessity of keeping careful records of every step in the growing of the tomato crop so that they can make full reports at the end of the year. Fifth week Make a careful study of seed corn. Spend some time studying diseases, Insects and remedies that work on the tomato plant. Sixth week Study report .blanks and impress upon the boys the importance of keeping full and accurate data so that a report can be made at tho end of the season. Study hotbed and and teach the girls how to plant tomato seed In boxes, keeping them In warm windows so as to get early plants. Seventh week Urge the boys to clean up about the barn lot and teach them how to save tho product and mako compost. Teach tho girls the voluo of well rotted manure and enriching the soil where tomatoes are to be grown; also how to make compost and Its value. Eighth week Visit merchants, bankers and public spirited people In the community for the purpose of securing prizes to bo offered the boys for tho host acres of corn and the girls for the best results in tomato growcold-frame Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept 10, 1913 Board 7 weeks, dut Oct 29, 1913 Total for term Incidental Fee Room $ 7.69 7.00 9.46 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31 JO 2SM 9.4s $32 J9 m WINTER TERM $ 5.00 6.00 9.00 $ 6.00 $ 7.99 7!a9 9,09 Board 6 weeks 7.20 9.09 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 Amount due Dec. 31, 1913 $20.00 Board 6 weeks due Feb. 11, 1914 9.00 Total for term $29.00 $23.99 9.99 $329 This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Fall Wittier Sfriag Tefal Stenography and Typewriting $14.00 $12.00 $10.00 $36.99 Bookkeeping (regular course) .... 14.00 12.00 10.00 36.09 Bookkeeping (brief course) 7.00 6.00 5.00 18.09 Business course studies for students in other departments: Stenography 10.50 9.00 7.50 27.09 Typewriting, with one hour's use of instrument 7.00 6.00 5.00 18.00 Com.. Law, Com. Geog., Cora. ing. De-vo- to Arith., or Penmanship, each. . . 2.10 1.80 1.50 6.40 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. d Any young man or young woman can get an education at Berea if there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste tlmo 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 rlth some of the best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This mar be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, Spring Torm opened March 28th. Hurry up! For Information or friendly advico write to the Seoretary, able-bodie- MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Pago Eight. THE CITIZEN. April nnd 16, 10H. Boonevllle Boonoville, April 12. Sain Estcp nnd Callic Ahshcar wcro married ilfMd la (ill by tbt wtlttr. Tbi urn nocorrtipoodeuM piktlibel yesterday. Wo wish them n long and trldcac of tool filtb. Writ pUlnlx. li net (or publlctlon, bit 11 Pow-d- et happy life. John Ilnsncr is very low with pneumonia rover. Chas. S. George Simpson and family loft JACKSON COUNTY Scale has a position as traveling Wednesday, April 1st, for Hamilton, McKee salesman for Curry, Brown & SnyOhio. Sam, Matlio and Myrllo der. Ho left hero last Thursday for April 13. Mr. anil Mrs. D, Farmer and Lucy Moore or this placo McKee. Hazel Green to begin work. Ho purO. Collins wero In Knoxvillo last attended church at Liberty tho past chased n line saddle horso from Harweek Inlying an opening stock of Sunday and took dinner at Mr. vey Evans for ?200. Robert Wilson merchandise. Mrs. Salllo Garrett Hlalr's. Mrs. Stephen Farmer has a purchased a nlco pair of big mules was railed to Bobtown Saturday to nice line of ladles' summer hats for OWSLEY COUNTY near Mt. Slcrlitur for $UX). Fiscal t lie funeral of licr husbam sale. attend Court was in session hero last TuesSulphur Springs Frank Garrell, who was killed at day and Wednesday and many Irvlno Saturday. Miss Stella Sparks Middlefork Sulphur Springs, April 10. Tho I'l.liliw Vir,t nllm-iw- l aium nf wlili'li town n few of Double Lick was in Middlefork, April 13.- - -- Wo are Rev. L. C. Bailey will preach at the! days last week. Earnest Fowler having some very nlco weather at Reform Church next Saturday night wcro: Tho County Superintendent. and the County Judge and Al- who was tried last week for tho kill present. Rev. A. B. Gabhard and B. and Sunday. Several from here nro .'00 lorney, 5O0 each. This is the most iiig of John Moore last Augucst was II. Pruell preached at Flat Top Sun- - attending court at Bcatlyvillc this acquitted. Hugh Collier a student day. Tho farmers are all busy get- - week. Sunday school was organized either of these ofllrcs has ever paid Iko Wilder Is n licensed lnwyer University is homo for tho ling ready lo plant corn. Mr. Isaac hero lasl Sunday with II. P. Bcgley at State now, bring your troubles to him. Mr. and Mrs Tusscy or near Letterbox Easier holidays. has moved as SuHrinlendcnt. Mr. J. C. Bran- - G. W. Garrell has just returned from James Hays entertained quite lo this place. Hallio and Martha denbuiir wns nl Bcnttvvilln Mnmlnv Louisville where ho has been purnumber of their friends at a birth Durham or Dango were visiting at on buslness-Cnrl- er Bowman and chasing n big stock of poods, somo day supper Friday evening. Win their sister's, Mrs. Hen Tusscy, Sat- -! family moved from this vicinity ro- - of which is second handed furniture Bcgley an attorney from London is urday and Sunday. Cloyd Baker cently. Mr. and Mrs. Johncs Colo which ho will sell cheap. Chas. licro on legal business. Creed IUis mado a business trip to Livingston arc the proud parents of a lino girl Brandenburg of Quicksand, Ky., has sel and son, Ed, were visiting Mrs. Saturday. George Shepherd of this baby. Several from St. Helen nl- been visiting in this neighborhood ESTILL COUNTY Mr. and Mn. Mart Baker jpeST James Hays a few days last week place has moved to .loo Williams' tended Sunday school hero last Sun- -i for the last few days. Wo need a Saturday at Mr. Curt Kelly's. Locust Branch place near Hurley. Frank Angel day. G. W. Garrell of Boonovillo good dentist at (his place. I am Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lewis and litClover Bottom Locust Branch, April II. We havo and wife were visiting at Elio Sum- - was in Louisville Saturday on busl- -l sure he could make good money. Clover Bottom. April 13. f. J. niers Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. been having stunt line weather for tlo sou, Chester, spent Saturday and Edward ness. Miss Flora Moore Is able to be GARRARD COUNTY Coylc and II. N. Dean of this place Gabhard were visiting the pasl few days. Died April Hth .Sunday witli Mr. and Mrs. Joo E. at this placo out again after a severe altacjc of McKco have been attending court at at lier home near this place, Mrs. Saturday and Sunday. Ben Tussey's mumps. Mr. Harrison Mays was! Wallaceton Mrs. Mary Kindred spent Friday Mandy Kindred, wife or J. M. Kinthe past week. T. J. Coylc is plan- house caught on fire Friday night visiting friends and relatives here i evening wild Mrs. G. T. Todd. Wnllnrclon. April II- .- u ning to attend court at Manchester and burned nearly all She suffered for a short R. tho paper off last Saturday and Sunday.-- N. - dred. pneumonia. She leaves a timo Mr. and Mrs. Frank Powell liavo d, nest week. Mrs. Lucy Dean has a one room and burned nearly all Moore who has been sick for some Mr, Mnck Henderson )lf with , spcml ,m1. SllIMlay (ay with very sore throat. People are about their bed clothes. seven children nnd several returned rrom Indiana. -. nu uum-- i .ii iui in...riuiJ(f. Hioir grandmother, Mrs. Mary E. graiidudildreu. Miss Mary Harris is spending a done sowing oats in this vicinity but Slio belonged to Gabhard as il was her birthday. tin Cdristlan Church tor years. Her lew days wild dor mother, Mrs. few liavo plowed any for corn yet. Blake ' Mrs. Nathanton Pigg. Henderson (nee) Pearl Brock- - remains wero laid to rest at Kin Mrs. Sallie Garrett of MoKce and her Nathanlon. April II. The regular Mr. Bill Davis has been taking (ho Blake, April 10. Wo are having man brought her a nice white cake. dred grave yard. II. G. Bicknell two little children passed through hurcli services held at this placo some very cool frosty weather at Mrs. Chas. Baker whoso birthday liougdt J. M. Coyle's seliooj list this week. her Saturday to attend tho funeral asl Saturday farm on ncd and Sunday was at present, and peoplo fear that fruit was the 8th was surprised by getting Lick Mr. Sam Davis spent Monday in of Frank Garrett at Bobtown, Ky. for $rt,000. Richmond. Peaches on the low grounds are tended by a large and interesting is killed. Oat sowing is about done j a nice big cake sent by Parcel Post MADISON COUNTY Mr. Willio Anderson spent Saturabout all killed but seem all right crowd. Marion Sandlin of Sextons' and farmers are preparing thoir rrom Mansfield, Illinois, by her spent Thursday night of last corn ground and fixing lo plant corn. daughter, Stella Smith. Wo wish day and Sunday with his undo Mr. Dreyfus on the ridges and apples are not Creek week with his brother Samuel San Dreyfus, April 15. Tho fanners G. K. Anderson. hurt. dlin of this place. The several cas Mis-Belt In Johnson Is spending of Dreyfus aro getting ready lo es of measles in Ibis neighborhood Sand Gap a lew days at homo with her inotlicr farm. Sand Gap, April 13. On account are reported as improving. Mrs. Miss Mollie Sparks left Sunday Mrs. Sallie Johnson. Mr. C T. Todd was in Berca Satof tho bad weather farmers of this Win. Lynch who has been real sick for Winchester whore sho will WORTH WHILE urday evening on business. vicinity are gelling very much be- with pneumonia is belter. Wm. spend Hie summer. Evans has recently purchased a new Sunday school Is progressing flno hind with their work.-- J. W. WilPaul Iti)hinou, who has had It i easy enough lo bo pleasant. at Silver Creek, ovcry Sunday aftWhen life (lows on liko a song, liams has again been seriously ill. litching machino and B. H. liolcomb rheumatism is getting new tile machine. Born to Mr. But the man world while is the man who will smilo ernoon nl 2 o'clock. Hopo all will along nicely. but is slowly improving. His many When everything goes "dead wrong." and Mrs. Joe Sizemore lasl Sunday friends hope to soon see him out. Mrs. Eliza MeKeehan is sick wild come and take part in Sunday And it always comes with tho years, boy. Morris Sandlin of Sextons' school. Mrs. Nancy Clumbaugh who has For the lest or the heart is trouble, grippe. Creek spent Saturday night at tho Mr. Tom Huff spent Sunday wild And tho smile that is worth the praise of earth been ill for some time is no better. Ellen l.unsford wdo tins dad pneuIs the smile that shines through tears. Mr. Roland Lewis. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin home of Abijab Smith or tin's place. monia fever is able to be out again. Somo or the young rolks or this The ladies aid meets at Silver Gay, died recently. Mrs. Annie SetRev. .las. l.unsford returned home It is easy enough lo ho prudent neighborhood are contemplating a When nothing tempts you to stray, tle who is engaged in tho millinery troin McKee, Jnckson county, whero Creek Tuesday evening nl 2 o'clock. When, without or within, no voice of sin Miss Margaret Anderson spent last business here had a general display pleasuro trip lo "High Knob" on be has been attending court. Is luring your soul away. Easter. and salo of.Eastcr hats Saturday. Mr. I.enler Pl.irk ulm linn )irnn week with her slter, Mrs. Louis But it's only a negative virtue, taking a course In telegraphy Levi and Warlleld Powell, agents ,J '"gdii. Until it is tried by lire. Hurley Teime-ixeAnd tho lire that is worth tho honor of earth for the Rose Hill, Virginia, Nursery returned homo lasl week.1 Mr nl"' Mra- - ,fc, nnrrls and Is the one that resists desire! Bertha liiieW Mvn i..iv n...t 'hlldren spent Sunday with her iiuricy, April 12. Farmers are are delivering fruit trees in this vigirls an Faster party Sunday. All mother and folder Mr. and Mrs Bill cinity. Iril Clcmmons, who has Being badly behind witli their work By tho cynic, the sad. the fallen, Davis. Who had no strength for the str1fo. report a ilnndy good time. been here for the past winter de- Most everybody has their potatoes The world's highway is cumbered today planted. Mr. and Mrs. Jako GabSlato Lick The Sunday school at Dreyfus is parted last week for Mexico. Albert Thev make up the items or life. Mr. 11. J. Parks and family returnimproving nicely, 71 in attendance Powell and Green Bickncll of Dry hard of Hurley visited at Wm. BailBut the virtue that conquers passion Ilidgo attended Sunday school hero ey's Sunday. All greatly enjoyed and .V. cents collection Easter Sun- ed to their home in Richmond toAnd tho sorrow that hides in a smile day. It is these that aro worth the homago of earth, The Sunday School had an day. .Mr. K. N. MrCortuiok is with yesterday. Sunday school is pro- tho day. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hurley For we llnil them but once in a while! egg surprise for the little children hoinofolks at this lmo.Mr. G. W. aro visiting the latter's parents at gressing nicely under tho ablo Ella Wheeler Wilcox. also Hie song "He nroso" was sung Tharker visited Mr and Mrs. W. II. of Mrs. Lena Cook, and Egypt. Wm. Gabhard purchased a Parks, Sunday. Quito a number of by tho quartet. David Durham fine horso from Levi Sparks for SI30. daughter, Mary. Nathan Gabhard had a log rolling Mrs. Wm. JoneV mother Is visit Slale Lick people attended Mr. and family of this placo spent ing her for a while. funeral last Tuesday. Tom Mc- Durham Saturday and got a fine days' work Sherman with Easter . -. Prof. P. H. Pittmnn left Monday Ormlck was in Garrard county last and family of Happy Heights. Jesse done. Several rrom this place at- -. for Texas accompanied by his sis-- ! week. Durham spent Easter at the homo tended church at Bill's' Branch to-- 1 Miss Otia Mays who has been to Mrs. Baker many more happy birth; -or Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Marn of day. Jako Gabhard, fruit agent for Berea in school for tholast three days. Misses May and Myrtlo 'er. Thoy will visit their brother and Goochland. Ho reports a joyful tho Stork Bros., has been delivering months returned last week. Mr. Brockman of I.oell visited their uuer no win lie nl his lioiue in Miss CINCINNATI MARKETS Easter. Misses Mollio and Flora fruit trees tho past week. Minus Arthur Brayant, wife and three grandmother, Mrs. May Gabbard of issippi. Mr. and Mrs. Elden Baker of PaDurham, spent Easter with Miss Gipson will movo to tho L. C. Little children and Miss Rhoda Hoskins this place lasl Sunday. Mrs. Elza Florence Durham. Florence Dur- property near McKee. James Angel who have been in Ohio for tho past Creech gave the girls and boys an nola were visiting their son Dr. Com New corn Is quoted as folBaker or this place Sunday. ham bought a nice calf of Sherman lias been visiting friends and rela- - six months havo relumed homo to Easter Party at her home Saturday lows: So. 2 wblt "3t4Cf7fc. No. 3 Durham for $15 last week. Jasper lives at Middlefork. Quito a num- - form tin's summer. Mr. Forester evening. Also Mrs. O. L. Gabhard whltn 7273c. No. 4 whlto 70071c Big Hill McKinney and family from Salt her trom this placo havo been at- - Firey had a sprouting last Saturday gave tho littlo folks nn Easter Parly No. 2 yullow 7H472V4c, No. 3 yellow Big Hill, April 13.-- Rev. G Chil- - 70'4fl'7Ic. No. i yellow 6S70c, No. 2 tending circuit court at McKee tho and got nearly all his work done. Rock have moved to this placo. at her home Saturday evening. Bold parties wero enjoyed in spite ders filled his regular appointment mixed liMi2ic, No. 3 mlxod 7Hf Sunday school at this placo at 2 p. last two weeks. Rev. James Luns- -' S. A. Mooro has gono to Berea to 4 7lc. white ear C9W70c, mixed cat preached at Indian Creek Sun-- 1 enter school. Mr. Nathan Bowles ot tho rain. Mr.. Charles Baker has at Pilot Knob church last Saturday 70r72c,No. mixed 70O72c, yellow cai in. every Sunday. Everybody corday night. A good number wero and family returned to their old been seriously ill at his homo near and Sunday. dially invited. 71 U 73c. Tho reading or tho articles ot Hay No. 1 timothy 120, atuntlB present. home from Ohio whero they havo Wallaceton, tho past week from a Privett $18. Nor No. been for tho past winter. Mr. and bruised hand, but he is now some r.iitli was put o(T until tho second timothy fid, No. 12 timothymixed 118.CC timothy IG, clover Privett, April 11. Mr. Victor Grayhawk Mrs. Anco Peters wcro at Miiltown belter. Mrs. Nannie Soper ' and Saturday in May. 2 clover mlxod WO17.G0, 19. No. We aro very sorry to hear ot our No. 1 clover $16.25, No. 2 clover $14.25. Madden is home from Hamilton, Ohio Grayhawk, Apr. 10. Miss Lillie to thoir place, and to visit Mr. and mother, Mrs. Mary Gabbard spent former pastor, Rev. J. W. Parsons for a while. Mr. John Creech has Oats No. 2 whlto 43f43J4c. gtnn-dnrMoore, tho nurso for tho hospital at Mrs. P. M. Fryo trom Monday till Easter Sunday with Mr. James Baker being whlto 42(f43c, No. 3 whlto 42 in bad health and hopo that been attending the bed side of his Thursday. Mr. Kinlcy Necloy from and family. Jl. II. Sopor and littlo Grayhawk, has been away for a few 12 He, No. 4 whlto 40(f41c. No. 2 ho may soon regain his health. littlo brother who is very sick with mixed 42ft43&c, No. 3 mixed 41V40 dayg to attend to a sick child of Wm. Long Creek has been visiting his daughters, Fannie and Marie, visited Tho sad news reached us of Mr. 42c. No. 4 mixed 34O40Hc. pneumonia. Mrs. J. N. Huff has been Floyd Ncelcy, his sister, Mrs. Addio Gentry, Easter Creech near Tyner.-To- day Mr. and col,sif. Chester and very sick with lagrippo but is imHo was Wheat No. 2 red ,J6V4,7,,4c, No from Friday till Sunday of last week Sunday. Mrs. O. L. Gabbard and Frank Garrelto's death. proving some now. Rev. William .Mrs. I)eoung leave Grayhawk for Funeral ser- 3 red 9.f9Cc, No. 4 red 8393c. Tho stork visited tho homo of Mr. family spent Easter in Berca with buried at Bobtown. a while. Wo are sorry to givo them Poultry Hons, old lCVic. do. light Anderson and wife made a business and Mrs. Bill Thomas last woek and Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson. Mr. vices conducted by Mr. Childress. Ho roonttirtt 12c, niirliiKorn, 1 lb and trip to McKee last week. Mrs. W. up for thoy havo been instrumental left them a baby girl which tlioy Louis Bodkins lost a good work leaves a father, mother, n sister, two lfi'ic, 35; winter chickens, 2V4 lbs and over, in bringing about a great deal ot B. Metcalfe is visiting her daughter, horso last Thursday night. Farmers brothers and a host of friends to itiuler, 18c; ducks, 4 lbs and over good to tho peoplo hero by their named Hazel. Lula Peters enter17c; ducks, while, under 4 lbs, 16c; Mrs. Dan Ward, who is very sick mourn his loss. faithful work and service. Mr. J. H. tained a crowd of young folks at her nro behind in this locality with turkeys, loins, old, 21; turkoys, young No now cases of measles aro rewith rheumatism. Rev. DoYoung U lbs and over, 22c; young turkeys, unBcgley has added greatly to tho home last Saturday night. Tlioy their work on account of tho rain. ported. and family left for Holland Michigan. Miss Ida Mnupin or Hickory Plains der 8 lbs. Wfir.o. innenrmicn nf Ilia fnrm Hi? MiniIn.. wero tho Misses OIlio Tiroy, Mattio Mrs. Martha Casteel's children are 17 He, flrati Mr. DoYoung will return to Gray Krrs l'rlmo firsts 3,1,1 is visiting tier sister, Mrs. Paltio Cla!''cf a new plaqk fenco along the road K.Vic, ordinary Urn! 15c, socondt almost well from measles. Hawk in a short timo and Mrs. s,m wm a,ld ,lob ,,ar' Ponder at present. In front of bis l.ouso.-M- rs. Mary Rev. Abrams who had measles last llHc. will stay till September. Mr. Cnttlo Shippers IO.75ft8.2G, extra Englo who has pneumonia fovcr is - - -week is well. Sherman Spurlock has received tho J8.3r.iff8. 40; butcher steers, extra $8.1( ablo to be out again. Mrs. Louisa fi.2r., good to rlioico $7.2508, com Mr. Bond MeKeehan who has been Privett Post Ofllco and is now taking men lo fair $5,7507; helfora, oxtr sick for a few days Is bettor. cliargo of it. Zella Spurlock has had Tincher seems lo bo getting bettor. $8.1508.25, lo cholco Mr. Johnny Hunter is delivering Mr. Whit Green from Lexington common to Rood $5,5007.25; $7.608.10 a very bad case of small pox. Maclo cows, exfair was nut to sen Ii is mother Mrs. Kate tra $6.4006.75, Rood to choice $5,750 Smith of Clover Bottom is visiting fruit trees at Grayhawk for some company in New York. C..15, common to fair $3.50O5.C5, can Oreo u last weok. in this vicinity. You all Mr. John Settle and family havo ners $2.2504.25. to ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Dulls lloloKna $600-90- , extra $7 Maulden ' moved near Row II. L. Amhroso's fut bulls $707.25. Disputanta Maulden, April 11. Martin Cook few Mr. Hillard from Blun Lick will you Culve- s- Kxtra $8.75 0 9. fair to good Disputanla, April II. and family, George Davis, Victor William occupy tho plnco vacated by Mr. $70 8.50, common und largo $503.25 Madden and Leonard Anderson who Miillius has moved to Farristown to IIok- b- Selected heavy $909-05- , Rood Send Card Settle. to cholco packers and butchorH $90 have been in Hamilton, Ohio, and sell goods and farm. II. A. Swln-for- d A crowd went on Buzzard Basin 9.05, mixed packers $8.90 9, stagi had his house newly covered Ralph Farmer who has been in Lexif you Sunday lo spend Easter to eat thoir $4.7507, common to cholco 0heavy fnl once. ington for somo timo liavo returned last week. Charloy and Will Drew sows $5.75 0 8.10, extra $8.1508.20 dinner. to their homes at this place. Mr. have purchased a farm from Major Mr. James Bratcher from Silver ,lKht shippers $8.4009, utcs. 110 lbi and less, $5.5008.35. I. S. McGcorgo has purchased a $58 Gadd for tho sum of 8100. Oscar Creek was over to seo her sister Mrs. Sheep- - Kxtra $0, Rood to cbolci organ. Victor Hall of Wolchburg Owens has gouo to Indiana to work Jake Haley. $5.6505.90, common to fair $3,600 visited his grand parents, Mr. and this summer. Charloy Thomas of 6.60. Silver Creek HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager Lambs Extra $8.25, good to cholct .Mrs. George Amyx at this placo on Cooksburg, was visiting on Davis Mr. Willio and Silas Kindred and $7.8508.15, common to fair $6,600 Friday night of last week. Ham-mi- o Bra'ii h balui-day- ' and Sunday. O. Tinshop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. Phone 7 or 1 87 7.75, clipped lambs $6.76 07.60, spring Mr. Air Gadd spent Suiuluy witli Mr. Fourier who has been in Georgia M. Payne has Just got in a supply of lambs $8012. ami Mrs. Ben Davis. for somo time has returned homo. new spring goods. Tho farmers aro East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else 'gelling licliliul wllh lliolr work day. "Tho Maid of tho Forest" is a dandy. Mr. Isaao Harvey and wlfo went lo Hamilton, Ohio, lo seo thoir daughter who was very sick last week. Mr. Harvey has returned and says she is somo belter. J. D. Thomas ond family visilcd nl the homo of W. H. Thomas Sunday. Eddy Mc- Oulro was up from Madison this week on legal business. Jim Shearer has purchased n mule recently. Taylor Abnoy is putting up somo new wire fenco this week. ) Mrs. Blnmo Berch gavo llio young or tilled his regular appointment at folks n candy parly Inst Saturday Clear Creek last Saturday and Sun night and nil report a nlco timo Pond-- mgio ow- - tiio wet wcntlicr.-B- ro. vey nml David Andcrson.-- Mr. There is no substitute lot Royal Baking lot making the best cake, biscuit and pastry. Royal is Absolutely Pare and the only baking powder made from Royal grape cream of tartar in ',- lius-hau- i Ill-ra- m s e . Ed-M- es' 'rr Al-s- on rc-fo- rd i ' I ng Kwl01 How about that Guttering of Yours? catch want the rain water can for the next weeks. us a Postal want it repaired at j Berea School of Roofing