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KENTUCKY, APRIL 30, Knowledge it power b4 U way to keep ay with aeeera knowledge ii to read tt4 newipaptr. ' a copy. 101. Ono Dollar a Year. MAY ,No. 44 3 PROCLAIMED AS SUNDAY SCHOOL DAY . Latin American Countries Offer Their Services to Avert War Between Mexico and U. S. refusal of Uucrta to make proper amends to tins United Slates government for tin? long series of upon this nation by Instills his officers, which included not only Iho arrest of peaceful American clt- - j izons, hut also the arrest of consular oBlccrs, tho search ing of consulates, the imprisonment of Consul Gen. Ilanna at Monterey, various indig-nili- es to Iho American ling, and in the arrest of American marines at Vera Cruz, was followed hy the landing of naval forces at Vera Cruz and the seizure of that town hy United Slides marines. The evident hope of Iluerta that Jhis apparently hostile act of the United Slates would enable him to unite and rally Uie forces of Mexico, zn was defeated hy the refusal of to tnke any part in Iho quarrel between lluerla and the United Stales. A wave of hostile feeling swept through Mexico City against the Americans, and it looked as though war was imminent. At this crisis the olllcials of Argentine, Hrnxil and Chill made a formal offer lo art as mediators between the United States and Iluerta. This offer has been accepted by bolh parlies. It is well understood that l.nlln American countries are not especially favorable lo the Iluerta pretensions to be the legal governTherefore it rement of Mexico. quired wry stiff arguments and persuasions on (he part of the Ilritish and German diplomats at Mexico City to bring Iluerta lo an under standing that a refusal on his part to comply lo the proposition for! mediation could have only one Tli Cnr-ran- -- Where Disease Lurks. f of 1, ha long, faathary gatharantennae T HE a mlnutuaad parliclaa fly in In f Jhiaa and tha atlft fead. Kalra aiTInc body . lurk tha die-. ...... m Jn aL . w i l. apraada avaryvohara ha goaa. L.1 i: :.r..i l it-- .. c owauiiiiK i iuiiiui in ntaj In One City. .' campaign in MAY awatting hat prevented city 110,700,000.000,000 ;V from davaloping. Numbar of Intacta if placad In Una would axtand around tha aarth at tha aquator mora than 1,600 fliaa X '. '.' Thay would form a ahaft 100 J; (tat aquara at tha baaa, with a haight of 50,000 feat, 'j timat. WILL AND WISDOM. In idle wiihra looli lupmely rtay. Be there a will, and witdom find a wav. .rat) be. CONTENTS QE THIS WEEK at About 1. Editorials-WhMexico? Looking Ahead Olfer m ' cjr bii Countries Services lo Avert War. TawaT"! iVorld News England's Hig Drink Panama Canal Ready for Warships. Ky. News To Hun Against Powers. Sunday School Day Proclaimed. Tuberculosis and lis Treatment. PACE 2. A Few Smiles Garden Plan Well Liked. Money in Homo Garden. The Hihli What Is it? Hill. U. B. News Mountain Agriculture-Suggest- ions on Corn" Growing, (load Building. 8. S. Lesson The Prodigal Son. PAGE 3. PA0E College 4. Herea News. Items. PAGE 5. Coming Events. Sunday School Conference. Tlie Hope of the llacu (concluded) Prof. J. F. Smith. PAGE 6. The Maid of thu Forest (continued) Short Story Green Goods Game. Kitchen Cabinet. Why Threaten Children? Indian Animal Stories. Daddy's Bedtime Story. PAGE 7. PAGE 8. Eastern Ky. News. News of Madison County. Poem A Change of Plan. Cincinnati Markets. I The first executive proclamation ever issued in (Ids ennui rv niricinltv Greeks Ready lo Volunteer for U. S. .i,.,,...,....!,.,. ,i ,v for Snndav-schoArmy suit, If (he forces of the United 'attendance was signed on the 23rd .. lrnrenrv. il..irMmllnr Mnv n na A Chicago Greek newspaper Says Stales shoulilmarch on Mexico City. that the Greeks in this country will President Wilson has made It very day." Dr. he able lo raise 50,000 volunteers for (i(.(,rK tS jopni )f Lo8VCf 8PC. clear in nil his statements lo . the United Stales army within four American olllcers, to the rebel forces of Unlucky 8nday- weeks should the call for volunteers in Mexico, as Well as to the lluerla AHclnlion, visited the Oov- bemnde. Two veterans of the Balk- - ,,n)or faction thai be had no quarrel with nsk(M f()p Ue ,MUnnco an War are listing men In Chicago of , proclamation, which follows: Mexico and did not propose lo make nnd expect to raise about 3,000 war on that country, but rather The proclamation drilled flreekB. wished lo maintain a continued "riiiiimiivvi.;illli nf li'..,iln1vKV- leculive Department friendly altitude with Mexicans in Colleoe for Criminals Captured Proclamation However, Hie future as in the past. Secret Service men have discov- - by the Governor To the People of he insisted it did not comport with cred n correspondence school for Kentucky: Ihe dignity of the United Slates lo orooks in Chicago. They captured "Whereas, the supremo need in sulTer lis Hag and olllcers to be hutwo of the professors and took their our Stale today is that the forces miliated by a faction which illegally collections of books, tools and coun- - which make for character and presumes lo exercise the authority terfeiling machinery. The books Christianity shall control the forces This faction of the government. were handwritten in ink. One of which mako for intelligence and I hem is a "Complete Manual of In- - patriotism and one of the greatest must either apologize according to good International form, or be rendstruction in the Art or Counterfeit- - forces which make for character and ing" and another is a "Post Oradu Christianity Is (he Sunday-schoo- l, ered powerless lo repeat their insult. ale Course in Ilurglary and Hob- "Whereas, in an effort to produce Meant hue, military rule has been liery," with copious notes on bow" a 'Greater and Keller Kentucky tho hig European and American burg- -' Kentucky Sunday-scho- ol established in Vera Cruz. The United Associa- Tho lion has appointed May .1 as a Slates soldiers are patrolling the laries were accomplished. text-bocountry around the city lo preclude contains on burglary day, hoping to attack; but no nets of aggression chapters on disguise, detection, have one million people in Sunday-scho- ol Ac-ligreat robberies, tools and other inhae been taken beyond Ibis. thai day. however, have preparations, formation requisite to the profes- -, "Whereas, the Sunday-schoo- ls of been pushed bolh in army and navy sion. all denominations will observe this circles that troops and war vessels This capture will result in a gen- - (.,y with'nnnronriate exercises and may both be ready for aggressive eral roundup of the crooks in Chi- -' nre issuing invitations lo all our rago. action should such become citizens to attend Sunday-schoo- l. Illinois Convicts to Build Roads "Am( whereas, those who are in- The intermediaries, through their Tbe state highway commission of ,.rese(l in i)e welfare of our Stato This is the time for. hard work. The farmer starts diplomatic olllcers, have begun their Illinois has laid plans for sending should work together to produso out in the chilly morning and toils through the hot noon consideration of Ihe questions inout gangs of convicts to work on tho n,(, i,cst citizenship, time, hastening to get in his crops. And he is envolved. II is a very fortunate thing public roads of the state. Si 10,000 'Therefore, I, James K. McCreary, will bo expended on the building of Governor of Kentucky, call upon all that these great countries to the couraged by a thought of the harvest, by and by. i south of us are willing to take a new hard .roads. In the same way, parents are toiling for their Kenluckians and the visitors within U. S. Census Report share in the responsibility that rests 'our borders to attend Sunday-schochildren and are encouraged by the thought of what upon all civilized governments of The census bureau reports that i church of their choice on those children may be in long coming years. America for the maintenance fit the United States now has n popula-Ma- y 3 jou, u,at they may give en-tiIn the same way the student is shutting himself of 98,000,000 people, while the eouragement and honor to those lace and order en this continent. away from his friends, and fixing his mind on his studies country, with its posspssions, has a who teach in these schools, that they population of more (ban 109,000,000 may seo lne work is being done and because he too has a vision of a harvest, by and by. persons. A gain of 7,000,000 is amj Hint they may in this service And in these and all other toils and follies the great WORLD NEWS shown since 1910. The population worship their God. law prevails; " Whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he or uiicngo is estimated ai " testimony whereof I have also reap." That of New York at 5,335,537. forty Thousand Rifles for Ulster caused theso letters to bo made pat- Farmers Buyinp Automobile That the mcnrpf Ulster arc not lonl an,i tlu 8eal of lll0 qomjnonT The people of ifansns hnyq fyqen wealth to be hereunto affixed. Done yet satisfied with the "outlook for buying automobiles at the rate of nt Frankfort, the 23rd day of April, goon government is cviuenceu oy mi' sixly cars n day since the llrst of j the year of our Lord ono thousand fact that a consignment of 10,000 the month. There nre now regis- - nill0 hundred and fourteen, and in rides and a half million rounds of By WALTER C. KLOTZ, M. D. (ercd 38,000 cars in Ihe stale, which ammunition procured from Germany 0I10 hundred and twenty-secon- d The Barlow Sanatorium, Loa Angelca, Cat. has a population of 1.720.000. This year of the Commonwealth, was landed on Ihe night of April Editor's note: The following ar- every infection is not followed by means one car for every forty-liv- e 25lh at isidated points on the roasts "JAMES D. MeCREAHY of Ulster. The lauding places were ticle from the Journal of Outdoor tuberculosis, because Nature has persons, or in otner worus, Kansas "Ky the Governor: guarded by Ulster men until the Life has the unqualified approval of given our bodies the power to over lias an automobile to every nine "C. F. CRECLIUS, arms were brought ashore anil were Dr. Cowley, and is printed in The come disease germs and their families. The automobile isbecom - , "Secretary of Stato." poisons up to a certain degree. Wo ing almost a necessity to the larger placed in automobiles which were Citizen at his suggestion. imfarmers. call this power or resistance in wailing lo convey them lo differMine Explosion in W. Va. Mines Tuberculosis is the most wide- munity." Til is immunity or power ent parts of the country. The poIN OUR OWN STATE An explosion of gas wrecked mines lice were powerless lo interfere in spread of all germ diseases. II has of resistance lo any given disease Ihe large guard that was existed among the white races for varies in different races, and in dif Nos. 5 and il ot the New River Col- -. Ihe face of on hand. ages and, following in the wake of ferent individuals of Ihe same race, lieries Company at Eules, W. Va.' Thousands of Teachers Gather European settlements, it has spread For example, the Negro race is Four miners are known to be dead, Stormy Scenes in Parliament The Kentucky Educational Asso llfty-nin- o many of were rescued, Asquilh, the Prime Minister of over nenrly all parts of the civiliz- naturally immune to yellow fever, tlmrti ant'iiMf,! liiirnml ntlinra ciation meeting at Louisville this niil to England and Leader of Ihe House of ed world. Today it is prevalent in bul shows little resistance Iceland, Lab- tuberculosis. is true are entombed in the two burning ,wrwk,1 ,1,rin,,W lBflher ixuati The latter Commons, was plainly called n liar such remote places as state. mines. All hope for the rescue alive . of educators from all over the bv llonar Law in the course of n rador, Alaska and the South Sea also of the American Indian and the The meeting opened Wednesday Islands. In the United States it natives of the South Sea Islands, of the entombed miners was abaiid- - night healed debate last week. The state, in the First Christian Church n i.c'impa tl'npn ..tll.il I'll.. I.iaf viltTllt of calm consideration is far in Ihe claims about one hundred and fifty Certain families or strains may ing interesting pro- wil" 1,10 thousand victims each year. Most show less resistance than the rest unable to force their way into the rear. Tempera nnd passions nre burning shafts. ;.T Mission of the Press, Hon. much in evidence in the House of of these could be savtd. however, if of the race. This fact led to the i war iu uuiurauu Social relationships treatment were begun early enough. old view that tuberculosis was Parliament. Hurry Summers, Editor, Elizabeth-tow- n. The Slate of Colorado has found have been seriously interrupted by Many do not know until loo lale hereditary. The disease itself is feelinirH cimmdered 1)V i that they have the disease, for somo never inherited, hut the tendency to itself unable to assert its authority, I Tho Scope of tho Ministry, Dr. E. Hut lienleil ' ' ill L'lintinii. .li'.l.tn in flw. altiL'n nna Y. Mullins. Pres. Kaplist TI.eological discussions in Ihe House of Com proper means nnd facilities are not tuberculosis is, and, what is more if the parents have ami Gov. Aminos asked presUleni available; others, again, fail to make important mons. I , isvillc. use opportunities chance Wilson for Federal troops. The army issue still attracts ser- way.of In order to placed in their tuberculosis, there is morechildren. t 1111 t Ul (. if. the Commercial In- During Ihe past week riots and remove this for the infection of their M ious at tent ion, as there is a fierce reF. M. Gettys, President pitched battles between strikebreak- lerests, inKentucky volt Hinnngst the working people plague we must educate everyone We have reason lo believe that Hankers Association, fection is more liable to take place ers and striking miners have kept Louisville. against any idea of substituting rule as to the methods of proeutiug-nustate in an uproar. There has by the army for rule by Parliament. curing the disease. Ono of the during the earlier years of life than the The Trend of Farmers' Organizabeen much loss of life nnd destrucprincipal purposes of the sanator- later on. tions, Hon. Johnson N. Camden, England's Big Drink Bill. to read such knowledge Now whatever the natural state tion of property. ium is The drink bill for the Englishmen through its own patients. The Twelfth Cavalry from Fort P. TheR.function of the Women's Club, of immunity may he, il is frequently E. Lacy, President Kentuoky Mrs. $17.00 is IH per head compared with The direct cause of tuberculosis altered or weakened by many con- 'A. Russell, Wyoming, has been or- Federation Women's Clubs, Frankfur llii vint' hefnre. .This means a is always in infection with a ditions and causes, and in this way lo Trinidad and Cannon City,' dered total of $83:1,105,000 for the year.j speeillc germ, the bacillus of tuber- any one of them may be, and very where Ihe disorder exists. The lin. i The Aim of the Medical Associanils is an increase oi K,(cu,nii ov- culosis, discovered by Koch in 1882. frequently is, the means of "bring- troops were not sent to settle any' tion, Dr. A. T. McCormack, Secretary er Ihe preceding year. An analysis This germ belongs to the lowest ing on the disease." As such wo controversy but simply lo preservo State Hoard of Health, Rowling seems to show that the drink bill form of vegetable life, the bacteria. may include anything thai weakens order. varies 'with the general prosperity The disease occurs not only in man, Ihe general health or the health of Panama Canal Ready for War Ships i Green. What Depends on the Teacher, Dr. , of trade. but also in domestic animals, partic- any part of the body, especially tho ' Gov. Goelhals has the canal in Wm. G. Frost, President Herca Colshape for tho passage of tho largest lege, ularly cattle. It may attack any lungs. The breathing in of dust or Trench Go Crazy from Alcohol Keren. of the army part or organ of the body, hut in irritating gases for any length of ship in the United States navy. Aj The aim of the program was lo More than departlungs are most frequently time injures the delicate mucous special guard of (00 members of tho set forth , the various educational man the of insane in Paris and in the ment, of the Seine nre brought to (he site of disease. In children, membrane of tho inner tubes mid Tenth infantry has been placed over factors in organized life and theso this condition from the use of alco- tuberculosis of bone, joints and spaces of the lungs. A bad cold, the locks at both ends of tho canal. representative speakers showed Mexicans nre among the employees hol. Out of a tidal of 81,728 who lymphatics occurs frequently. The bronchitis, or pneumonia may cause the parts played by the line of work were admitted to (he asylums 27,315 bacilli are found in enormous num- or leave a weak place. Hence the on the canal. Danger of dynamiting iu which they aro engaged. were victims of the drink habit. bers in Ihe expectoration or sputum old tradition that "the bad cold ran is averted by guards. Study While the Moon Shines! of those suffering with tuberculosis into consumption." Severe general China Scourged by a Bandit COMING EVENTS The Nicholas county farmers aro Illnesses like typhoid fever or ungs. Sian I'll, ono of the oldest cities of the May the first in the United Slates lo start may leave the body in an The germs have no power of moin China, said to have been in existmoonlight schools in agriculture. All Clean-u- p days. tion of their own, but if sputum Is exhausted condition and are thereence 2,000 years before Home, is SATURDAY, May 9: Dcbato between persons over I i years of ago will bo seriously threatened hy the bandit allowed to dry and mingles with fore often followed hy tuberculosis admitted. Tho modern farmer not Junior Literary Societies. While Wolfe, who has sacked var- dust, the germs are carried about of the lungs. In the samo way unhealthy dwellings, badly ventilated MONDAY NIGH T, May II: Illustrated only has to "mako hay while the sun ious cities in the interior of China by the air currents. Within doors, shines" bul also while tho moon lecture on poultry raising. particularly in poorly ventilated' shops or factories, poorly cooked or during the last few years. His and dark dwellings, they may live not enough food, want of sloe)), FRIDAY, May 29: Foundation School shines ho must learn how lo raise are accomplished hy bloodlarger crops. Graduation. shed and cruelties. So fur the gov- for months. Fresh air and sunshine overwork, anxiety and worry, Inare Nature's disinfectants. The tu- temperance, vicious habits all of SATURDAY, May 30: Memorial Day; Scatter Ashes over Trotting Track ernment authorities seem to lie unAcademy Graduation. bercle baccllli enter the body either these may and do help taf "bring George W. St. Clair, the veteran able to reach him cltVctivcly. by being breathed Into the lungs, or on" or cause Ihe development of SUNDAY, May 3t: Haccalaurcato reiusmau and official of the KenDuke of Marlboro Sells 60,000 Acres Sermon. tucky Trotting Horse Kreeders' AsIn May the Duke of Marlboro will they may be swallowed. Knowing tuberculosis. The efforts of modern medicine, MONDAY, Juno i: Concert by Har-mo- sociation, died iu Lexington Wedsell 02,000 acres two miles out of how prevalent tuberculosis is, it Society. nesday night and bis last request Oxford, acting as his own auction- would seem that nearly every one particularly in connection with our eer. This is only n part of his land must be exposed to infection sooner public health campaigns, nre being WEDNESDAY, Juno 3: Commence- was that his body might ho cremated (Continued on rate Five.) (Continued on para Fire) ment Day. Fortunately, (Continued 'on pare Five) or later. however, ve What About Mexico? UHITED STATES NEWS' The situation regarding our sister republic Mexico is a puzzling one. A few facts we know. The United States is eight times as big as Mexico. So, there can never be any "fair fight" between the two countries. Wc ought to have the patience and magnanimity of a big brother. Dut there are a lot of selfish people trying to make trouble. American capitalists who took the risk of investing money in Mexico feel that their profits would be greater if the United States should annex that country or become its protector. And all the' companies that manufacture arms and munitions of war would be glad to have a chance to sell their products as they would have in case of real hostilities. Hut any war with Mexico can give us little glory or satisfaction. Few as the Mexicans are, they cotdd defend themselves as the Boers defended themselves in Africa against the British, so that any victory in Mexico will be costly. If there are hostilities, inasmuch as no great principle is at stake, we can safely send into our army the unemployed people. There will be no call on the ground of patriotism for men of families and business to go into the army. We believe we have a conscientious, able President. He knows more than we can know about it. We trust in him and in Divine Providence, and wait for the outcome. d, ol nar. ,.,,, ok Looking Ahead I n. ol on Tuberculosis andjts Treatment ,,, I r I I I one-quart- er TUESDAY-WEDNESDA- Y, 5-- 0: dep-radati- nia I'nge Two. l ine IN THE CITIZEN. OXHDEH April 30, 1914. The Citizen a family newspaper for all that trua and Interesting. rubllahed etery WRONQ PLACE. PUD TOLL LIKED VvoRK IN SCIENTIFIC MANNER It right, Ky. Thiirdy t Here. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Inrnrpurnleil) r WM. G. FROST, RUTH McFALL, Offic Editor BEN HOLLANDER. Circulation Mr. Subscription Ratos rAYAIILK IN AUVANCK tin Vnf felt Month. 1 1. CM mLE Prudent Preaa Agent. Tou way your star has previous stones reputed to be worth a quarter A FEW Thre "Month c or Hiprc Money Send money by Otrter. Draft, Rrltetel Letter or one and two cent atampa. The date after your nme on Utiel atiowa to what date your aulvictlptlon l paid. If It l not chanted within three week after renewal nolity u. Mixing number will lie gladly uplled if we are notified. Liberal terms ?1en to any who obtain new UkKrlptlona for n. Any one ending in four early aubacrlpliomcaii receive The Citixen free f orhfmaelf for one year Ailrtrttaing rain on application. MPMHKH OP of million?" "Yes." 'Do you know how much they are actually worth?" "Certainly not, and to know that KKNTUCKV PKKSS ASSOCIATION really worthless Imitations, what Inspiration would I hare then for thoso glowing nights of description on which my reputation rests?" " I have no desire Suppose I laade an and learned that they were No No Whisker Advertisements! Immodest News Itemsl FLY LIES WISDOM. 'EVER OLLOWS LIES lire some ilj-- proverbs thut like Hie wise lilts In Hen Franklin's "Poor Iticliiinl's Almanac:" It Is bettfr t the and wenr n smile thmi nt the precati-tlumid wear uiouriiin;;. Flies In tilt' tllnliiK riHitn iistiully precede nurses In the Mickrooui. Screens In the uluilmvs prevent crape on the door. Flies ns well us liml witter xpremt 'OLLOW ILTH Great Magazine. Dingle What do you think of the Monthly Magazine? Jingle Great magazine! Fine fiction! I've just read the opening seventy pages about what It will contain during the next few months and shall get right at the following seventy pages about what It already has this month. Judge. The Impecunious Artist "I wish you to paint me a picture of Eve and the apple." "Could you advance me the price of a costume?" faltered the artist. "Why, Eve had no complicated cos- HEItK n tume." "That's so. Well, could you advance me the price of the apple?" An Acceptable Excuse. "I am so embarrassed when among fashionable ladles," declared Mrs. Wombat. "Why so?" "I don't smoke." "That needn't lose you any caste. Tell the other ladles that your doctor forbids It." lly In the tnllk limy mean it memn fnmlly In the grave. A fly has natural enemies. The most persistent mid most effective should be num. It costs less to buy it serein door t tin n to Ret sick itnd lay off for a month. It's n short haul from the garbage can to the dining table via the fly route, t If nt first yon don't succeed.' swat. swat, swat nguln. ber of a HE'D HEARD HIM. Fantastic Beards. that the reign of Henry IV. of France was the golden age of beards, for ut that time quite as much attention was paid to them as to the dressing of the hair of both sexes. It Is recorded Beards were clipped In all munuer of fashions round, square, pointed, fan shaped and after the fashion of an artichoke leaf. Unfortuuutely when the craze for beurds of all shapes and sizes was at Its height Louis XIII., who whs then a child, came to the throne, and the beard had to go In honor of the hairless chin of the new monarch. Boon afterward the tuft, which Is still ao fasblunable In France, cuuie Into rogue. Origin of Hydropathy. The Magistrate Little boy, do you understand the nature of an oath? Little Uoy (a witness) Oh! yes, sir. I've heard my papa use them often. Hydropathy, or the application of Just Suited. water to the cure of disease, was Her name was Caprice, And nobody blamed her. known as early as IH.V. when n Dr. But her parente were wtao Hebcrden of I.oinlnu placed his paOn the day that they named bert tients In a damp limine nud made them sleep between damp sheets. It astonSympathetic. "Did you attend the suffragette ished other phytscliius that sheets were dipped Into a sprlug. then wrap- meeting, Mrs. Winter " "Oh, yes, Mrs. Gadson, but I'm ped around the patients, who were put to bed. afraid I was not en rapport." "I'm so sorry. I was telling Henry only the other day that this hot weather Is going to make everybody T SLAUGHTER OF THE INNO- t sick." ' CENTS. THE littls poem beginning Huby-b- Proof of It. "Do you think the classics help us?" "Yes, Indeed. I threw a volume of Cicero's orations at a cat once and got a good night's rest." Every Comfort. "Sim Waffle certainly runs an en- Here's a lly, thovvi the iplrlt with which the house fly used to be regarded and even appreciated as a doand baby's mestic ornament plaything. They did not realize that baby's life lay with the filthy insect who "tickled baby's nose" and who was most probably just from some consumptive's or typhoid patient's sickroom or from a neighboring stable. As soon as the fly has emerged from the shell it Is ready for its deadly work. It starts out from the stable or the garbage can In search of more filthy food. Around it flies from one insanitary place to another. It enters the sickroom and gathers there the death dealing bacteria. It gets typhoid germs on its lege and flies away to some table and wipes them off on the food. It gathers tuberculoeit germe and crawls Into the sugar and over the butter and often ends by tumbling Into the milk. It It hard enough for grown persona to fight off the contaminating fliee, but helpless babies are wholly at the mercy of their The flies swarm worst foe. about them, aettle down on their faces, walk over their nursing bottles and leave only when anven away oy me uaoye ree- cuer. terprising store." "How now?" "Sets out cushioned loafers to roose on." crates fer the Not a New Ono. "The English have made a paradoxical discovery about the suffragettes." "What Is that?" "That they can't silence them by shutting them up." Getting Used to It "Why do you fish every morning In the bathtub, old man? Is it a bet?" "Oh, no. I just want to get used to not catching auythlng. Am going on vacation soon." On the Tree. "I've learned one thing about fruit," remarked the summer boarder. "What's that?" "It looks good to eat a mighty long time before it is." Quite Appropriate. "There Is one adornment I see the ;jj decorator forgot In finishing this new police office." "What's "A grllL" tnatr The lllblo Is not only the book of Ood, It Is also the book from Ood. At least this is tha way in which It gives its own account of Its origin' "All Scrip-turla given by Insp ra t Ion of Ood" -- that ts to ' asked. "Ood Is say. "Following Solomon's advice," she (II said, "even If it Is addressed to the Timothy 3:16). sluggard. I hare gone to the ant, conAgain, In II Peter jjjjj A sidered her ways and I'm wise to the 1:20. 21, we read! reasons. fact that she', a nuisance, a calamity "Knowing The city of Paris has targe and vaand a pest! I nm going to clean her ried ptantatlona Just outside the forti- first, that no prophecy of the Scripout!" fications, where (lowers, exotic shrubs ture Is of any private Interpretation Sneezing as the red pepper In tha or origin, for It seems dear that Ivef and trees are raised One hundred and atmosphere filled his nostrils, Mr. Dorthirteen hothouses for plants, exotic Is to tha source rather thau to the klns turned and fled. shrubs and flowers are heated from exposition of the Scripture thut referone central heating plant, distributing ence Is here made.) For the prophecy BROKEN. came not In old lima by the will of f hot water through a nine and mite system of pipes. The object of man, but holy men of Ood spake as this central heating organization la they were moved by the Holy Ohoat" not, aa thn head gardener explains, I Here are sbme very clear and definite In fact, such statements concerning the source of with a view to economy a system ts far more costly than sep- I the Scripture. It Is this arate Installations for each group of element that differentiates this book from The lllblo Is ) hothouses, but Is thus arranged to quite all other writings. nowadays aa E3 ca V often referred to avoid the existence of a aeries of unthe flowering shrubbery, are gorgeous sightly chimneys wblch would destroy splendid ' literature." Well, the lllble In the early springtime. The open the artistic effect of the grounds, Is that, but It Is more than that It spaces shown In this plot aro reserved which are mom or leea a public resort I Is Scripture. Literature Is the letter! Scripture Is the letter Inbreathed by for lawn. In the center Is a Illy pool, and show place. the holy spirit. Just as In the crea- having a cement basin. A gazing ... ... uiai .... ; tlon of man we learn that man vl.lViA la mlv ...... .. I .11.1 jun aiiu a nuu jy IN HOME GARDENS a living soul when that frame DOSlte. At each aldn of the ranten x ! mUNtl of dual, as It lay on the ground, besemi circular white benches wblch InSpeakers at Boston Meeting Say Boys came Inbreathed by the spirit of life vite one to tarry from Cod. Man Is dust Inbreathed and Girls Are Making Their A scheme for a morn pretentious by deity, and If you take away the Training Profitable. garden having stately Ijmbardy popspirit of life from man ho returns to lars and a pergola at the rear, has So Is It with the lllble; It Is The application of home and school dust proved popular Is lleneath the latter placed a group of white garden furni- garden tralulng may be said to have j thn letter, but It Is thn letter In-- I Perennial borders frame tho been In a general way the subject dis- j breathed by God's spirit that make Visitor Has your son Slram got ture. lawn with brilliant color. An edge of cussed at a meeting at lloston of the that letter Scripture. And when you any good out of a college education rob lllble of Its Inspiration you Farmer You bet he has. llcfore boxwood la exceedingly good Plant Home and School Oarden Club of have the nothing but mere literature left ho went I never could get him to do . tall growing hollyhocks and mallow Massachusetts. I you have no Scripture. Prof. W It. Hart of Amherst Agri- Masses anv chores around the farm. Hut aft- - marvela In the background. of hellanthua, coreopsis and popples cultural college,, the secretary of the The Bible the Authority In Mattera of er them hazers got hold of him he Faith and Practice. got so tume he'll do anything you tell I should appear In prominent groups. C,UD. declared that inn nome anu Where Is the seat of autbprlty in Foxgloves, English larkspur and hardy . Bchool garden Is now. no to speak, "a him. and that after six mattera of religion' This Is always phlox should be planted in abundance. KolnK proposition, the day Various reJapanese Iris, snapdragon and gay ' ' urging the plan for urban. the problem of to the question. Something Else to Think About plies are given huhby up She nanl to call Sweet Williams are good Just within suburban and rural districts the Idea Ileason, says one. Is the seat of final Ten time a day and aik him how now 10 school children so they the short-cu- t boxwood border Step- authority May not the Intellect with He did, but that was year- - ko ping stones lead to the artistic sun ' "'ay turn the knowledge acquired In Its llrldfo parties kep her busy now. various functions be relied upon the gardens to the best advantage dial and pedestal to render sure Judgments One haa All the speakers laid stress on the Out of All Reason. only to recall the grotesque fancies fact that, aside from keeping children that have "I want you to write mo a musical LOOKS TO PUBLIC WELFARE Interested and profitably occupied, the hold of thn from time to time taken comedy." finest and brainiest men garden training has resulted In conild- "Very well." and led them Into the grossest deKansas City Institution Might Wsll erauin revenue (O me youuuui nanira-ers- , lusions to satisfy himself that the seat "Hut It must hare no naval officer once they have become reasonBe Copied by Other Big Centers In It" of authority does not lie In the reaably proficient In growing vegetables son, of Population. "What's the use of being foolish? Not that wg are to throw reaneighborhood of and flowers. In the You can't have a mus'leal comedy son away In matters of religion; for The board of public welfare ts an several largo cities In the state the while faith Is ofttlmes above reason. without a naval officer." Institution in which Kanaaa City haa highly cultivated market gardens hsve It Is by no means contrary to It. The set an example for the whole country. been found to be excellent laborato- voice of reason, however. Is not to be Cause and Effect Doreleigh I called on Miss Back-Day- e Delegations from other places repeat ries for the young students of garden considered final and authoritative. edly have visited the city to study the ing, and some boys from this beginthis afternoon. Can we not depend upon conscience, workings of the board with the Idea nlng have graduated Into the practical that organ as delicate and sensitive Miss Keen So did I. gardening as the balance turned by a speck of Dorelelgh She was looking very of applying Its principles at borne work of farming or market The latest city to take the matter If the boys' work Is planting and dust, to admonish us of evil, to praise tired. Recently Mr Jacob harvesting vegetables, there ts a field us fur the good, and settle for us Miss Keen Yes; aha said you bad up ts Chicago. ntlllkopf of tha Kansas City board for the girls In canning, and this the right and wrong of matters reJust called. was Invited to explain Its operation branch was described by ligious? We hare but to recall Into to the Chicago Association of ComHer Pet Pug. of Amherst Agricultural collage, what Incalculable mischief the conFollowing hta address an extension professor in home econo- sciences of some men have led them you weigh my dog?' said merce. "Won't the girl. ordinance has been Introduced In thn mics. Miss Comstock exhibited a Saul of Tarsus, for eiamplnto recogstove specially de- - nize speedily that we must look elseThe druggist reluctantly arranged Chicago council by Prof. C. E. Mer- small bis scales and. reached for the canine. rlam. an alderman, to establish a dn-- nlgned for steaming canned fruits or where for our authority "In all good "I want to see If he gained any- partment of public welfare with two vegetables and explained the use of conscience men have written deadly I thing while ha was away," explained bureaus. the simple apparatus which goes with heresies In their books, and under tha girl. One Is the bureau of employment, the stove, the sanctions of a religious conscience. which la to operate municipal lodging have performed deed a of violence aji! Putting it Differently. gen-houses and gather Information on jf, shame." Home Garden Conteet. you ba mlna?" eral working conditions, as well as to "Miss Wombat, will Thero are people who claim t fler.n thousand school children of "Never." help persons find work. The second Is 8pOKane will participate In a the church Is the ultimate autho The young man was Jarred but not the bureau of social surveys, to col home garden contest to be conducted In mattera of faith and practice, This wholly discouraged. Presently he came lect Information on living conditions this spring and summer by the cham- la the position of the Itoman ch UWSJT back In this fashion: In Chicago and to recommend ordiber of commerce and Young Men's Called of Ood, divinely founded "Well, will you let me be yours?" nances for their betterment. Christian association. Last year's con- perpetual witnesses to the truth . wither The Judiciary committee of tha test. In which 3,600 children raised bishops and councils surely the TOO GREAT A RISK. council haa unanimously recommend- garden stuff valued at $15,000, will be church Is a sufficient guide. Yet what ed tha ordinance for passage. Cities doubled In stze this year, and the enormities have flourished under the generally are beginning to assume board of education wilt hire an expert banner of the church! So long aa larger responsibilities for better eot- - agriculturist to direct the work of the she Is composed of fallible human bedl lions of living. amateur farmer Instead of one large ings the church can never be final central fair In the autumn, aa last and authorltatlvn in mattera of faith year, there will be, a series or "spring and practice. What a Oarden Will Do. On every hand we hear the cry, fairs." one In each of the 30 city What is It that: school districts, the week after school "Hack to Christ," he and he alone. Will reduce the coat of living? In Will make you and your family closes In June, and the winners at Is the final and ultimate authority these will take their exhibits to a all these matters, We certainly have more healthful and contented? no desire to tako any glory away Will provide beneficial exercise and central placo tho next day for the and Master In the fall the pupils from the church's you and your fan- - final contest. entertainment for In order to give It to so sacred a book who wish to enter In the Spokane lly- even as thn lllble. Wo are willing s divert your mind from the terstnte fair for prizes offered on den products will take their exhibits to go "bark to Christ." Ilut where of your regular occupation? shall we find him? With the excepWill keep your children out of mis- - Individually to the fair. Competition tion of a reference In Josephus and chief and tench them thrift and Indus- - In the "spring fairs" will be open to a line or two In Tacitus whore, outpupils in all schools from the fourth tr7t side of the lllble, shall we find Christ? Will make your wife feel she has a to me eignin graae. uign scnooi pu So wo set that In order to "get back plls will be eligible to compete at the sure enough home? to Christ" we are In duty bound to Interstate fair. Will save you money? fall back upon the Scriptures. According to an Impressive little For our master himself the ScripThe Qulde Now, et soon ex I kin Elm 8ulted to City's Needs. booklet Issued by the Alabama Coal were considered sufficient auborry a dorg we'll be ready for our The American elm has many times tures Operators' association, a garden will huntln' trip. demonstrated lis superior value as a thority In matters ot faith and psao-tlcthings. It would repay anyone to look The Amateur Sport Why, what's do all these street or lawn tree. It Is not nearly up all the passages In which these the matter with your own dog? ro subject to diseases or Insects as r.at nt Poor Roads. words ot the master occur, "Is It not The Qulde Oh! he's too valoablel nr .tu,!r treo Poor highways lessen the profit ot "Have ye not reed?" written?" SOME POSTSCRIPTS labor, Increase the cost ot living, horDrawing the Line. "What salth tha 8crtpturea?" "It Is enterprise ot tha people, 4aU de, the Although my heart Is tender written." A careful study ot such aM And crush a bug I wouldn't, the) morality ot our dtlsssutu Five entirely separate compartments Scripture references will reveal the I opuld not love a cockroach hoM down the edttoaiteMl ai raise which are fastened together by rods fact that Christ referred to the ScripI simply couldn't! ot the country. from the handle feature a new dinner tures as the authority wblch settled pall. matters or faith and practice tor him. Nature's Wonder. On an Ocean Trip. I was oK Should the lllblo be less to the church Swipes Say, Chlmmlel "That fellow gets seasick, bat he's) In an Indoor golf game patented In than It was to the church's master? In de country yesterday. a game sport." England players drive ball through an We think not. Chlmmle Wha 'd yuh see dereT "Keeps eating, does Swipes Lots o grM what yeej arch and ring a bell Instead ot Into a "Yes; ba s had four breakfast this To know how to wait is tha great bole. aveedn't keep offn, by Jtxujl morning." secret of success. De Malstre. An East Ninth street liquor store had a very fine window display last week. There was a big model of the Niagara, dono In flowers and picked out with lights, so skillfully copied that It attracted a great deal of attention. This decoration occupied ono window; the window opposite was tilled with bottled goods, A sailor canto up from the pier Friday and looked approvingly at tho floral model. "That'a pretty well done," he said to tho proprietor. "The rlggln' Is right, . t. - fin ttm tlnl.la la wl r.. has the proper slant. You got Just one Laid Out Along Lines of the Illustration It Will Be of Permanent Beauty. Authorities of Paris Rslse Their Own Flowers and Treee for Beautifying the City, Tho raising, planting and upkeep of the trees which so beautify the streeta and boulevards of Paris are under the direction of thn prefecture of the department of the Seine, In which Parla la situated. A special administrative department of the prefecture, known as the "Direction administrative dea services d'archltecture et des promo which, I! very large .MumM proportions. For Instance, on January I, 1912, thn total number of trees on the streeta, boulevards and squares of Paris was 86,688, the total number of men employed throughout tho year In planting, transplanting, watering and removing dead trees was 120, and the total cost of maintaining these trees was estimated at 500.000f. ($96,600). On an average 1,100 to 1,200 new trees aro planted every year to replace those which have died, been overthrown by carts, automobiles, etc., or which have been removed for other i I "ST A very helpful plah for beautifying thn garden Is shown in the accompanying Illustration, which. If carefully followed, will give results that am successful and of permanent beauty In the plan bordor am filled with shrubbery In thn cor I ners, or the rear, and hardy peren- ........ I I ,, I .. I n I k . , I. . .1 I be planted according to their height ' mistake." Foxgloves, poonlea am. and color "What' that?" Oriental popple, are excellent for , 'The life preservers Is in tho wrong grouping. Iloth (lertnan and Japanwinder." Cleveland 1'laln Dealer. ese Irises and brilliant Sweet Williams must find a place hern also, NarcisAa Interpreted Nowadays. sus and daffodils give a perfect effect Mr. Dorklns, going home early in If planted ns a border about the entire the afternoon, found his wife over- sweep of beds These, together with hauling the Icebox and cleaning up the pantry. "What are you doing. Maria?" hs d 1 1 TheBibl What It Mwdr B4t Is X Br REV WILLIAM EVANS. D.D. Dimrw f DiM Cam lM.,CW. "d;H 'J V""?.' V.m ' , ". ' tklng. n 1 breathed" gjjj 1 0i . this M ! one-hal- ! I I I ; I I rr Tr J Corn-stoc- k - wood-burnin- 1 clty-wld- a ll gar-care- her i April HO, 1014. THE CITIZEN. Pago Throe MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank S. Montgomery, Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. SUGOESTIONS ON CORN INO OROW- WHITE ENGLISH-BRE- D INDIAN RUNNERS ' ROAD ( teEhWlONAL by shrinkage for every 100 pounds of fodder saved. If the corn is harvested for tlio (Concluded from last week) USE BURNED CLAY ON ROADS grain alone, it should ho gathered Time to Plant my K. O. RKI.I.UItfl, Director of Kvenlne Plant as soon as the ground Is as early as the corn is dry enough, Department, The Moody Illble Institute, etlcsy or Pintle Qualltlee Are Dewarm enough for prompt gormlnn- - so it will have a chnnco to dry out Chicago.) stroyed and Oeart Traffic In lion, and not before. Karly planting and freezing will not Injuro its Wtteat Kind of Weathtr. gives best results. Aim to ininatlon. If the corn Is used for LESSON FOR MAY 3 I silage, It should bo cut when in a finish by May 10th. fDy OI.IVKR JirJNNOCK, Colorado A Local conditions, such as lato sea - , hard glaze. rlctiltural Collrirt.) THE PRODIGAL 80N. In some sections of the country the JESSE M. JONES sons, rainfall, cold soils, or Iho presonly material nvallable from which Jtill-JJ- . I.r.RfiON TRXT-Lu-ke ence of a cover crop, sometimes deField Agent. OOIJ)KN TnXT-- "I roads can be constructed Is clay. In will arlM and go Approved: lay the Unit) of planting. suah localities truffle Is almost en- to my fattier, and will any' unto htm, J. A. EVANS Method of Planting, i Tho differTathrr, I have alnnrd axalnat heaven, and tirely Impossible during the wet In thy Luke H:l. ence in yield between planting In Acting Special agent in charge. as the wheels of the heavy vechecks or in the drill is slightly in hicles will sink to the hub. The parables of Jesus aro marvels In order to correct this condition, of unity and condensation, yet no necfavor of tho latter, hut generally, A NEW LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE the Untied States office of public roads essary detail Is omitted. This, pertho difference is not great enough made the experiment of burning the haps his most famous, Is no excepInquiries have been so frequently to pay for the extra labor required clay. It was found that by burning the tion even though It does carry a douto destroy the weeds in tho drill made to I be Kentucky Agricultural clay, even at a moderate heat. Its ble, lesson. Who thinks ot the oldor A good rulo to follow: If tho land ExHrimenl Station for information brother when this story Is mentioned? is fowl with weed seed, or labor Is regarding where live stock of varThough designated the "Story of tho scarce, check the com; if tho land ious classes could ho bought and Prodigal," we need to remind ouris clean, either method can bo em- also inquiries for purchasers havo selves that the word "prodigal" never ployed; if it is rolling land, drill been so numerous that the Extenonco occurs In tho story.' Tho opening sentence speaks of a father and sion Department of tho Experiment tho corn, by all menus. of two sons. It Is really tho parable, j Planting on the level Is easiest Station has made arrangements to ot a perfect father, the unveiling of tyjud best, except in wet, stiff conduct a live stock exchange, or in the true heart of God. Against that bottoms, where ridging is likely to other words a medium through background Is set off a prove most successful. On certain which live stork of all classes can son lacking in natural affection. Also loose, dry, sandy soils or late in a he bought and sold by the farmers alongside tho waywnrd son Is tho misdry spring, planting in a shovel of t lie Stale. erly, selfish ono who lacked all the kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkw'JlkkkwiBKkkkkkkHHhkkViPQSSkE good qualities of his brother, but who The plan is for any one who has furrow gives good results. was truly n wanderer and out of harRate of Planting. Yield is closely slock to sell to make that fact mony with God tho Father. In tho related to the rale of planting. If known to the Experiment Station, background wo see tho citizens ot inaxlum results aro expected, plant giving nn accurate description of the far country who helped this young as (hick as the land will hear. each animal offered for sale, the Jew to his place of want, famlno and thicker planting than is cus- price asked, etc, degradation. Remember, It Is our tomary will give greater yield. II must he clearly understood that Iord speaking to Jews. When the Always plant enough corn to insuro the Station assumes no rcsponsibil Gentiles of the far country sent him Among all the openings for making en weigh two pounds In ten weeks. to feed swine they Insulted htm by a stand, as replanting seldom pays. Ity for the results of a transaction money on the farm, I doubt that there The meat Is delicious. compelling htm to get his living A certain little llock of farm ducks, The rate of planting depends upon either as regards tho slock being as Is another to which so many are lookthrough an occupation Instinctively the fertility and preparation of the represented or In regard to the re ing with eager Interest and with such In which I have been much Interested repulsive. On good soils three stalks liability of purchasers. Tho solo real hope as hundreds are giving to bb their record climbed and continued laud. First Fruit of Sin. per hill, in 314 foot checks, or H function of tho Station will bo to the raising of Indian Runner Ducks. to climb during 1911, was reported as Thla Is largely because nearly every having laid exactly 200 eggs average The father makes equal' partition inches apart in 314 fool rows, Is put prospective buyers and sellers farm produces eggs, every family In In the ten months between January "divided unto them." (V. 12) though about the right thickness. On in communication with each other, our land eats eggs and the Runner Is 19 and November 28, 1911. neither son had a right to demand a average soils 214 stalks per hill, or to mako their own them an These' birds are owned by Mrs. Mol-li- e partition ot bis estate. At the botIK inches in (be drill, is advised transactions on their own responGiven a duck that will lay 200 eggs McClaughry Allen of Oswego, N. tom of the son's request was a desire On poor soils such as should not ho sibility. The station will mako no far more easily than any hen can do V., who has done quite a little acceptto have his own way to be independIt, and the fact that tho eggs of tho able Institute work In the post. They planted to corn, thin rather than charge for its services. ent of God. He did not go away from larger than are of the English-brepenciled stock. home at once, though bis heart was heavy planting gives tho best When stock that have listed with mature bird are one-haalready In the "far country." yields. For maximum yields on this exchange have been disposed those of the average hen, and we White Runner a Favorite. have a to make I. Into the Far Country, vv. highly prepared and fertilized soils, of by any means, the ono who or- soy eggproposition calculated open There are many of the more promiproducer sit up and bla Fun Is the first fruit of sin, nnd that poultry-raise- r 12.000 to 15,000 stalks per acre aro iginally listed them will be required eyes, and one which every egg procountry nent of the the son readily found so long as his to notify the Station, otherwiso ho ducer ought to try out to see whether who believe that the White Runner am.-- aaaaaaaabartaaaaaBmr necessary. money lasted (Heb. 11:25). But the Depth of Planting. Plant only will not be allowed to list stock for him the Indian Itunner Is a better will take the popular fancy as no othconsequences followed closely on Its Nearly er Itunner has yet done. deep enough to insuro moisture for thereafter. than the hen. trail, for when he had "spent all" ho every buyer Is eager In praise of began to be In "want." There are good germination. Runner Ahead of All Other. Tho proposed exchange Early in tho will One, whose letter come In many attractive things about this A clause from a letter that came to them. spring on a well prepared seed bed, handle horses, beef and dairy cattle, me the first of the week In December today, says: "I love them; they are Entrance to Ute Pats, Near Manltou, young man, but those qualities were one iut'li is deep enough. I.nter, sheep and swine. very shapely, "trim as a trivet,' all of perverted, they lacked control, they Colo. One of the Beit Examplel of two or three inches may be necesCommunications with this depart shows how- the Runner gets In it which Is right In line with American were good servants but bad task-- I work of charming It owners. "They Mountain Road Building in Weal. sary. ment should bo frequent as perma masters. It Is not always physical, re beauties, and If I don't watch out, Ideal." Cultivation. This should bo shal nent advertisements is not Iho ob 1 lnf lnfprpat In mv wrnl i Although happier on the water, the sticky or plastic qualities are de- temporal want that comes to the sinlow, to conserve tho moisture, liber- ject of the exchange but rather tho my correspondent. The "chickens" Uunne" arf rfaI1? TSt al!.traC.UT! stroyed, so that even In the wettest ner, there are deeper and more Inbe , . I on 'and. v- weather It will bear traffic. This per- tense longings soul want and soul it h.nnhn. .r .n ate plant food, kill weeds and allow selling of certain individual animals not- a usual mit the firing of the clay along the hunger. These always tome to the of high grade, so that the expression ' )hal ,t,hese roots to grow in tho rich top soil. listed and described. traveling carriage, but the poses Nearly all professions and indus- speak very strongly for the Runners. of alertness upon dangerare something entire length of the road, thus avoid- foul away from God. Being in want Harrowing corn a few days after or ing the cost of hauling It, and at the doe not mean that a man's will has A few day ago I heard two partplanting destroys weeds just sprout- tries except farming havo effectual especially Interesting appearing. same time gaining the advantage of been subdued. Some prodigals In the ing, anil allows the first cultivation working organizations. Any agency ners In farm work discussing plans The English standard ask for a burning the foundation of the road a most abject temporal need are as for 1912,' ways and means, etc. "If to bo delayed a few days. After tho that will facilitate the prompt ex- we carry out what we have planned." carriage of 65 to C5 degree when in well a the material to be placed upon proud as Lucifer, and boast of their Itrebellion. So be "Joined himself to a corn is up, cultivate with a smooth- change of live stock and other farmsaid one, "the Itunner will pay off motion. It will help to Judge of this Good solid wood If we remember that the diagonal of laid at Intervals citizen of the country." He did not ing harrow or a wecder at least onco. ing necessities should he a great that mortgage next year (nearly line. Draw a along th side ot the road, about one belong there the citizen did. He was They were planning to keep a square Is a This can be done until tho corn is convenience to the farming public. a stock bird about a doten drakes line from one corner ot a square to cord for eight linear feet of roadbed, set to the most degrading task imT. It. HHYANT, six to eight inches high. Tho first another and you have a body angle twelve feet wide. The road bed Is aginable tor a Jew feeding swine. with their mates. Head of Extension Dent cultivation 'other than tho nbovo I saw them first evenly graded and then plowed Like a Lost Sheep. Of course thla number of ducks of most of the Runner as may be deep, but before tho corn is ! Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky a deeply as practical. Furrow about would not go far toward paying a at this show. A these were selected tour II. The Home Coming, w. six inches high. All other culllva- feet apart are then dug across thousand-dolla- r lebt If they were pro- birds, it will be seen that a bird of the road and extended beyond the part The first step was for tho son to stop I lions should bo shallow a pretnot over salducing market eggs only, but It I as this carriage when not alert to be burned on either side. The first and really think. That Is wnere NOTES two Inches deep unless after a simple a the multiplication table that ty fair bird. course of cord wood Is laid longitudi- vation always begins In thinking. He bard, packing rain, when a littlo Feeding Runner. adjustThero will be an illustrated the duck that will give an Income of nally, so as to Ore a series ot flues In knew be was lost, e. g, out ot deeper cultivation is permissible if lecture on poultry raising at tho $4.60 from market egg can be kept In One of the especially good point of which the firing Is started. From 16 ment, In tho wrong place, out ot his the corn is not Over 12 inches high. Chapel 'on Monday night, May 11, large enough numbers on any farm to the Itunner, as the farmers look at It, to 20 of these flues are fired at once. element and like the lost sheep, condiIs that It can occupy waste ground Cultivation should bo every eight under tin; auspices of tho 1'oultry bring $1,000. The rest of the cord wood Is then "ready to dlo." He saw his These figures are not etartllngly and get much of Its living from It, placed on this flooring and then the tion, money gone, friends gone, bogs ' or ten days, or oftcner if a crust is Cluhs. high. I have allowed 13 dozen per and when it has to be fed, will eat clay la placed over the whole struc- for companions, no food for his susformed, and should ho continued duck, which Is just about 150 and which cheap foods such a clover, bran, cut ture as evenly as possible. In a layer tenance. He saw his value. He was until tho corn Is live feet high. When you tako your cjjgs lo I know cad be obtained with good green stuff (when confined), etc. Milk more Important than the servants of In case of dry weather, a dust mulch market look at the big poster in tho handling even where large number Is one ot the best meat producers, and ot not leas than six to eight Inches. his father's borne. He saw his fathThis Is tamped and rounded off, so should he maintained until silking store showing blood ring in eggs, are raised. The Runner have an can be used when meat Is not avail- that the heat will be held within the er's love, already manifested In what had been given him and we fain would time. actual agricultural-collegdescribing their causo and prevent record of able. Due as long as possible. To get a three-ounc- e egg from each above 200 egg for three straight sucSuckers. Suckering depends on inn. After burning, the road Is graded believe that when bo left home be cessive year, In small pen. Some- duck five and bIx days out of the and rolled until the road bed Is smooth had the father's urgent plea to reo fertility of tho soil, tho amount turn. He saw a way to escape from the fvaler present, and tho variety of I Hood rings in eggs canso a loss where between 160 and 200, I think, week, which Is common enough atpoultry-- and hard. hi present position. All ot this after em. Thicker planting tends to re- - of tr,000,000 annualy in the United the production of tho average flock height of the season, makes any rehe "came 'to himself." Before that. feel as though he were must fall. nice-- the number of suokcrs. GOOD ROADS AID SANITATION Impenitent, he was morally Insane, Ex States, and Korea sustains her share There aro reports ot 240 and more ceiving something for his pains. periments show no advantage gained of tho loss. These posters in the a average for large flocks In this now he has reasoned, Ia. 1:18. With Runner breeders have shown their by pulling tho suckers; however, stores will help you save money. country; but I cannot vouch for them, faith In what they were producing, If All Highway Were Improved There his reasoning also came the determination to make a full confession. Would Be Appreciable Betterseed stalks make better ears than for I only know of them through hear- by sending egg for personal testing "I will say unto him," not alone conment of Public Health. say. A commission merchant In New to editors ot several ot our poultry those made on suckers. If suckering .miw is mo tune to spray your fess his need but tho fact that he had is done, do it when tho ground is peaches and plums. Apples must York told me that while there was a papers. I have seen no report unFriends of good roads should add to tinned. This Is the only way for a moist and before (ho corn is eight bo sprayed as soon as blossoms fall. prejudice against duck eggs, even favorable to these eggs. All spoke their usual arguments one which Is sinner to come to God, Ps. 32:3-6- ; now Runner eggs would bring an aver- of them a perfectly sweet and Indies nigh. Ho did age of 36 cents the year around In the scarcely to be told from hens eggs, not so, frequently used, but Is very Im- I John 1:9; Luke 18:11-14- . Harvesting. Pulling fodder should New York markets. I have a letter by the table test. Miller Purvis, Mr. portant namoly, that good roads are not stop with resolving but "he aroso and carao to his father," v. 20. He exnever bo practiced, because tho 1,S"H!$-$"-$4H$'4l3,,?;"?v'j,'from one man with some special op- Grant M. Curtis and the editor ot the direct aids to sanitation. gathering is very hard and ex Weeds and other rank vegetable pected to apply for a servant's posiportunity, saying that he get 50 Poultry Success are among those who Prevent the Fly NOW. cents per dozen the year around. pensive; in damp weather il is have reported favorably to the Run- growths are prolific breeders ot flies, tion, but never had tho opportunity for the father saw him "a great way mosquitoes and other disease-carryin? ner egg. difficult to euro the blades and on Give Runners a Chance. insects. Sound road building causoe oft" and "ran and fell on his neck and One correspondent writes me that so much promise Where there an average ono bushel of corn is lost DREVENT the fly and you ? kissed him." Notice the kiss of reconwon't have to awat htm V and so much straight performance In he took Into town some eggs to be the removal ot weeds and similar ciliation was given betoro he even had T ao many hands, even later. The time to fight thus early In the photographed, and people begged to trash. Weed and brush undergrowths a chance to confess. In his confeshim ia before he becomes a fly. Runner history In this country I think buy them until be had none to take by the roadside Invito deposit of gar- sion his first thought Is that he had It la a problem of the eliminaIt Is folly for anyone to let such a borne, while ptber orders followed him bage and offal. Good roads do away Binned against God disease-breedinand then against agencies. tion of filth where flies play, chance pass without trying It out to home. All this when he was trying with these eat and breed. Do away with Good roads also prevent disease by his earthly father. The father bad see If It la for them, provided, of not to tell them, not onco forgotten him; be "had comthe breedino placea and there course, that they aro Interested In The Indian Runner 1 going all providing good drainage. Many forms passion" even though tho son was unwill be no fliea. Especial atten. no drainage except by ditches poultry and can take good care of the over the South on the "dead run" mak have tion should be paid to atable and merciful to himself and to all ot his flock. A drake and two ducks can log a place for Itsolf. kitchen wastes. Clean up thorProgressive along tho side of the road. Open loved ones. Tho father kissed him be bad for five dollars for cheap ntll- - farmers and poultry men there soe ditches, clear ot brush and debris, of before ho was washed or otherwise oughly around the atablea and under the stable floors with the lty birds, and on up to any price one that here may be the best opportun- - hard surface and proper tall afford made presentable. s liberal use of chloride of lime. wants to pay, and this Is an insignia- - lty of their live. A largo number of farms an opportunity to rid down Iht throat of a "(rapey Neither of tho sons are perfect but ot stagnant pools. can Investment for the returns which people ore raising them as "dry-lanchicken destroye the worms Oiling ot roads destroys Insect lar- ho who uttered tho parable was himmay be received. arvl aavei the chick's life. A duck," with only palls nnd tubs for vae. Dry, hard roads also few dropa In IIm ilrfnllnif watet enable pe- self the true son of the father. Ho One very largo breeder says that It supply ot wator. especially the thousands of never departed from bis father, destrians, Is easy to have Runners laying In four Thla means much work, as duck CURES and wasted bis father's substance, nor months' time from hatching. "Any need water all tho tltae, and they school children who, In country locali- brought discredit upon his namo. PREVENTS GAPES ono can do as well wltb good care." waste considerable. Peoplo are mak- - ties, walk quite a distance to and from Jesus was In full sympathy with his white dlarthwa, roup, cholera Most people, however, don't And It as Ing money with them on thl basis, school, to keep tholr shoes and stockao'I other chick d!eaa. ings dry, thus preventing colds, and father's heart for he welcomed the .fr Oulrkty nllrrM Ithomtl,ri. Sor easy as It looks on paper. m cSm. Nurll. llackarli. llraJuheMut.m but It Is not as "easy monoy" as where wandering publicans and sinners to andm pneum all palai. Vyur uunrr Lack It It Ull to rr. m Ono flOc BotUe of their frequent consequences, Probably five and t himself, took the Journey into the far Iim aar ark In aar PM u( tlx Unlr lu months they can tako care of themselves on monia and tuberculosis. Is nearer the average, pond to and to rrlce SOe. At All ItruggM$. I carllheis ot hatching to depending on ered. or stream a soon as well feath-- Logical tracing of effects to cause countrythemfind the wanderers mission some extont. bring home. Christ's no ground for doubt that It all leaves ..BOUHBOM REMEDY COMPAkY, Makes 112 Gallons of .Medicine. Hut I think almost every ouo can was to bring many "sons to glory" A concreto ootid Is a cood solution Latlngton. United X.S4I East Main at., ralso them to nearly full size In ten of this matter if there Is bIooo enough tho roods In the would States were (Heb. 2:10), which means restoring Every poultry rler thoull a bottle ot on )anU, Write thla r freo sample or iwcivo weens, while only here to drain It nrouerly and wator enoush good roads there publicbe appreciable) the wanderer and fulfilling In him the and Ilooklelon DUeutes of l'ule." AdJrt. Ik; t torment ot the health. and there a person can mako a chick- - near to pUe Into It. perfectness of sonsblp. BOUMOR Rr.lir.0T C0UPi.1T, UiHiitjn, lj. - BUILDING SUNMrsawoL Lesson lly sea-ton- elt-ht.-" d !cn-eral- ly iLBM2P1Svir lf 13-1- money-produc- I uWaVV'BHBr rhlf-ken- a .. 1 17-2- e keeper ! I g 1 r ONE them-selve- one-hal- Bourbon Poultry Cure 1 1 ' Page Four. COLLEIE ITEMS THE CITIZEN. Toast, Mr. Spence. SHec.h, Pres. Balrd. Banjo Music, Mr. Ballinger. Everyone enjoyed themselves ami the program to the fullest extent, especially the second number. Prof. Mnrsh made a motion that we repeal this meeting and it was) carried by a unanimous vole. Alpha Zeta Banquet One of the most brilliant events of the past year was the Alpha Zeta bamiuet given In the Col lego dining room Monday night. The room was beautifully deco rated Willi red bud and dog wood, and Ihe tables were arranged to form the letters A. Z. The decora- -, lions centered about a mininltire, which suggested the aeroplane scheme of the program. Aviation was the topic of the evening and the menu and program were cleverly arranged to carry out tin idea. After the dainty dinner prepared b the Domestic Science Department' and served hy six members of junior societies, the loastmasler, Pres. (onion James Imrie, look his place and introduced the "Hum of the Motor" by the A. Z. orchestra. Then Mr. Imrie starled the Right of the "Alpha Zeta Aeroplane" by giving April 36, 1914. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF HERE A AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A Mr. Carter B. Robinson, of the College Department was in Detroit Michigan the tlrst of the week. Mr. RICHARDSON & COYLE Granulated Sugar, TOMATOES h. per lb DRIED FRUIT Clean up days are May nth and The City Council will have all Nearly all or the Fire Insurance Companies have withdrawn from the rubbish hauled awny without ooooo9ooooo BRECK &. EVANS oooooooooooo the state, but Breck CB. Evans (barge. .Messrs. Kdgar Moore and ('. C. have some Old Strong Companies Rliodus were in Rirhinoud on busi will furnish Any Kind of that ness last Monday. you want. FASHIONS AND PHOTOORAPHS There are fathlons In all things. Photographs are not made either by the same process, not mounted similarly to those of a year ago. You will like these new mounts. The are of the latest mlnature design. Our pictures, thus mounted, are reminders of friendship. Over Berea Bank and Trust Co. L. & N. TIME TABLE North bound, Local 7:00 a. m 10:55 p. Knoxville 1:07 p. m. 3:52 a. BEREA 6:30 p. m. 7:45 a. Cincinnati South Bound, Local 8:15 p. 0:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. BEREA 5:50 a. 7:00 p. m. Knoxville THE OGC STUDIO m. m. m. m. m. m. Express Train No. 33 will stop to take on gers for Knoxville and points South Bound 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:55 a. m. BEREA No. 32 will stop at Berea on passengers for Cincinnati, points beyond. North Bound 4:45 p. m. BEREA 8:50 p. m. Cincinnati passenbeyond. to take O., and Hr. B. P. Jones of Artemus was ' visiting willi friends in Berea last of Knoxville, Tenn, was a business visitor in town Saturday of last week Mr. Tom Typton who lias been visiting for a few days with his family on Jackson St.. returned to Winchester Monday. Miss Fannin Dowden was visited Monday by her mother of Paint Lick, Ky. cow Get those (ad) peas at Welch's. The ice cream supper given at the Parish house last Saturday evening by (he Woman's Relief Corps was a success in every particular. A large crowd attended and were well pleased with the way in which they were served. Win: M. Swope of Lexington was a Berea visitor Saturday of last week. Mr. C C. Ilhodus was out of town a few days last week on business. Mr. W. B. Harris spent a few days at home recently. Mr. J. P. Bicknell underwent an operation for a serious attack of appendicitis at the College Hospital Tuesday evening, and is reported to be doing well. Dr. Hobinson is the attending physician. Mr. Taylor Muncy, who has been at work in Leslie County for several months, was in Berea the first of the week. Mrs. Muncy and children returned with him for a month's visit there. Mr. John K. Dean, cashier of the Berea Bank and Trust Co., was in Kingston Monday on business. Dr. C. Marcum of Irvine was visiting with his brother, Mr. A. Marcum, last Friday. Wanted: The address of 1,000 persons wishing (o buy or sell Real Estate, all kinds. J. W. Hoskins, Berea, Ky. Mr. Jas. C Bowman, after a business trip of a few days to North Carolina, returned home the tlrst of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coyle drove over to Richmond in their new last Sunday. Mr. Win. Jones was visiting in Riohmond the tlrst of the week. Mr. John Muncy and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Clarkston, and Mr. and Mrs. F.li Cornel ison drove to Lancaster in their machines Sunday, by way of Kirksville and Richmond. Mr. P. D. Moore whip-poor-will -ma-clii- ne Sntuiilay. The following persons were the guests of Miss F:uuie Dowden at dinner last Sunday nt her home near Paint Lirk. The Misses Edna Karly, Florence anil Mary Tatum, Stella Bicknell, Amy Todd and Nannie Aim! in. anil Messrs. Ilarrohl Van- Winkle and Harrison Howard. Mis. .1. I). Wyuii and Mrs. J. T. Thompson of Paint Lirk were shopping in town Monday. Mr. anil Mrs. J. It. Show were visited last week by Mr. Show's mother, Mrs. A. Show, of lliehmond, Ky. Dr. L. O. Smith of Williamsburg, made a professional rail in Berea the llrsl of the week. Misses Delia and Susie Holliday were shopping in Richmond Tuesday. Mr. C. W. Van Winkle of ML Vernon. Ky., has been spending several days in Berea. Mrs. Chester Lewis of Lancaster was visiting with her parents over Sunday. Mr. Tony Rurnani and John of Richmond were visiting in (own Tuesday of this week. Mr. .1. W. Dooley, traveling salesman, spent several days recently with is parents on Prospect St. Mr. fieorge Golden, who has been ipiite sick at his home on Center St., is some belter. Miss Orare Lee Cornelius and Mrs. Morgan had a pleasant drive over to Richmond yesterday. Miss F.ilith Kndcll is spending this week wilh her mother. Mrs. C C Rliodus. Don't slight the old tin cans on May 5th and Gtli. Give them a free ride to the dumping ground. Mrs. W. II. Spence of Cincinnati is in Berea this week. The Medford Mail Tribune, of Medford, Ore., stales that Mr. Chas. L. Hanson, son of Mr. Samuel Hanson, who is county sealer of weights and measures, recently received high praise from the State Treasurer and Sealer, for thorough and earnest execution o'f his work. Professor Dodge, who is Chief Mustering Otllcer , for Kentucky (rand Army of the Republic, spent several days in Barbourville recently making arrangements for the Annual Encampment which will be held there June tOth and 11th. The llarboiirville Camp which Professor Dodge organized, has thirty-seve- n charter members, and will ho known as Levant Dodge Camp Sons of Veterans, in honor of its organizer. Mrs. Shaw of lliehnirnid visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shaw on Center Street from Saturday till Monday. Mr. Daniel Click is rapidly recovering from the operation for appendicitis which he underwent at the College hospital. His friends arc pleased to see him again on the !., Robinson has been olfered a position with the City Y. M. C. A. and was then considering its acceptance. The Academy graduating class had another of their delightful socials last Friday evening at the home of one of I ho members, Miss May Todd. Miss Freda Roesche, who is a former Berea worker, delighted her many friends hy n few days visit In town. Miss Maude Parsons and Miss Ruth Hnugh at I ended I he concert given by Madam Schumann Heinke nt .Lexington last Friday evening. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Gab-hawill he pleased to learn of the arrival in their home on April 25th daughter, named of n .Myrtle Agnes. Roy Giilmi, whose leg was broken lluvo weeks ago, is improving rapidly. He was made very happy yesterday by a pair of crutches sent to him hy Professor May. Why not clean up those vacant lots while the city council is liolp-iu- g. May 5th and iHh. rd nine-pouiid .'I can big red, ripo toes nans for SALMON toinn- .1 Evaporated Peaches His 25o 39c INT '1 Prunes TEA 100 .1--lh. cans CORN 33c !Mb. can Special Dozen Jersey Cream Sweet mid tender 10c , McLaughlin's Fancy Blend 15 "' 35c r0e pkg RICE $1.10 Per lb. So ket - at 25 per cent We carry the beat fruits that can be found on the mar- less than others charge. WE REDEEM COUPONS Good for Puffed Rice and Puffed Wheat. Next Door to Post Office MAIN ST. - - BEREA, KY. jftsb's When )ou wear your Spring millinery ou want to feel aliMilutcly sure that the stylo is correct. When ) oil buy your . hat from us you have that assurance, j lor our whole ellort is devoted to, providing our customers with millinery that is not alone correct in every style detail, but which is well made and moderate in price. We use no 'sla.y" best ol materials; we use but the u-rand our everything, prices are no greater than those asked for inferior stulf. Your inspection is invited. (MaBBaBBBBBavr No-la- ud POTATOES Our Prices on Seed Potatoes V Burbanks Rurals Rose $1.00 60 lbs. to bu. 1 JUST A WORD can give you a clean, high class line of Groceries, Meats, and Fruits at lowest possible prices for quality. If you want something good, call on JOE W. STEPHENS We buy Poultry and Egga UNION CHURCH NEWS Next Sunday is communion SunNews comes through the Wellington Enterprise, Wellington, Ohio, of the death on April 10th of Chester Douglas, a nephew of Miss Alice K. Douglas. Herea friends extend sympathy to Miss Douglas in this bereavement. Very many in Herea remember Tutor I.. C. Karpinski, who was for some years in our department of mathiiiiiatics, and resident teacher in Howard Hall. Dr. Karpinski, now of the University of Michigan, has become one of distinguished mathematical the minds of the world. He has recently sent to the Herea College Library copies of several articles on the history of mathematics: one on the Algebra of Ahu Kami!; another on the' Whetstone of Witte, the llrsl hook in the English language to deal with algebra printed in 1557. These and other articles have appeared it) the great mathematical journals of (iermany and America. 1 CLIO CLUB streets. - Mr. and Mrs. David A. Roebuck, whoso wedding occurred at Buck-hor- n, Ky.. on April 8lh. were recent Berea visitors. .Mr. J. W. Hoskins of Spring St. was very agreeably surprised on the L'tilh by bis children, grandchildren, and other friends und relatives at a birthday dinner, which was greatly enjoyed iy all present. Hopes were expressed for the return of many similar occasions. Paint Lick, Ky., R. F. D. 1. Telephone 5, four rings, Ky. Rhode Island Red Eggs for setting for sale by W. E. Botkin. Prices 50 and 75 cents per setting of 15 eggs. Call or address as above. (ad) Mrs. W. E. Botkin. Wal-lacet- on, A. 0. STANLEY WILL SPEAK Congressman A. O. Stanley will speak at Paint Lick, Tuesday after noon, May 5th, at two o'clock. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE The house of Mrs. Lucinda Maker The Racket Store near the public school property was completely destroyed by iVi early Thursday morning, occasioned hy the upsetting of a lamp. The alarm was sounded but too late for any elfective work. The property was insured for $1300. Normals vs. Foundation School hotly contested game of baseball was played on Lincoln Field Monday afternoon between the Normals and Foundation Schools with a score of 6 to i in favor of the Fouu- Y. M. C. A. dution schools. The Young's Men's Christian AsAt the close of the game Mr. Dur- sociation meeting last Sunday was ham took the winning team to the led by Coition Poteat of Louisville fountain and "set them up" to ico Medical School and Lee M. Ten-ill- , cream. 'Slate Student Secretary of the As sociation. On the Diamond It was in the nature of a stere- The Academy defeated thu Normal opticou lecture and rally to obtain team Thursday afternoon by the delegates to attend the Southern score This ConStudent Coufcrense. The Academy defeated the Collego ference is held annually at Black team Monday afternoon in a hard Mountain, and this year lakes place fought game, the score being .June mil to 21st. I Among the speakers at the ConVocational Seniors Entertained ference, will lie John It. Mott, Dr. The Vocational Senior class was entertained Inst Saturday evening II. II. Iloi ne, A. C. Hart of India and from (i to 8 o'clock at the cooking our own Prof. James Watt llaiue. class room, Industrial Building. A number or the Y. M. C. A. boys The program was us. follows: went to the Glade Church last SunInvocation, Dean .Marsh. day and held an all day meeting "Kats," Misses Tyler, Webb, which was a great success. Music I was furnished by the quartet. A ' 11-- 7. 0-- 5. j day. The speaker for the morning will be Dr. (ieorge A. Jiiplin, Superan account of "The Pilot". 'The intendent of Slate Sunday School was ably handled by Mr. Association. Henry Hitter and the next stage of the llight, "Skyward," was given by The prayermeetiug topic this week Mr. Thomas Parker. "Handling the is Home and Foreign Missions. Kach Levers" was Prof. Ilumold's share person is requested to come with A violin solo, some item of interest. in the air cruise. SUNDAY SCHOOL CONFERENCE "Among the Clouds." hy Mr. Milford A conference of Sunday school (illy, enhanced the exhilaration of A large delegation of Kndeavorers teachers and all others interthe flight. Miss Lucy Smith then go to Frankfort this week to attend told what could be seen "From the the Slate F.udepvnr Convention, ested in Sunday School work will bu Heights." "The Landing" was cap- which begins Friday and continues held in the Parish Bouse next Saably and deftly managed by Mr. over Sunday. The Sunday services turday night. May 2nd, at 7:30. Luther Case. On coming to earth will be held in the penitentiary, and I Dr. (ieo. A. Joplin. Secretary of the ears of the voyagers were greet- thirty of Iteiea's best young people the Kentucky S. S. Association will conduct Ihe conference. ed hy "Twilight Bells" sung by the will spend the day in Jail. This is an opportunity for all. A. '.. quartet. Bring your problems and get lighL DESIRABLE PROMOTION The evening closed with the singThe .statement is made in the Chiing of the and FOR SALE A. 'A. song, "We're all good cago papers that Mr. Douglas RobOne ten disc harrow for sale. Has erts, sou of Dr. and Mrs. II. II. Holibe." friends and we'll always I year. In good order. The event was one long to lie re-- ' er! s, has been appointed Assistant been used iiiembered by every one present. To Director of the Bureau of Public All interested call on A. II. Kidd, it recalled davs of Health of Cook county, III. This apthe Walnut Meadow Pike, their service in the society; to the pointment is a decided recognition Berea, Ky. present members it gave a feeling of ability proved by service in con- (ad,' of pleasure and pride; to the other nection with the Associated ChariPapar Inaulation. guests it showed the deathless and ties of Chicago. Mr. Roberts' Berea On h test paper luHiiliitlnu on exfriends congratulate him on his dauntless spirit of "Searching after posed electric wire tins withstood aervlee fur twenty-threyenr. Truth" which is the soul and heart and mind of Alpha Zeta. Gel-Awatime-honored ed e a recent meeting of the Clio club the following nfllcers were elected for the coming year. President, Mrs. (5. K. Porter: Vice President, Mrs. II. K. Taylor; Secretary, Mrs. Win. (I. Ileal; Treasurer, Mrs. C S. Kuighl; Program Committee, Mrs. Best, Mrs. Knight and Mrs. Osborne. At There's a comfort you can get in underwear that maybe you don't realize. The "Goodknit" Athleitc Union Suit witli thu closed crotch and opening 'down one leg is comfort supreme. It is made full and loose, cool and convenient. Try one. CLARKSTON Hardware and Groceries MAIN STREET, Near Bank on next Sunday evening will be led by Pres. Win. (!. Frost and Dr. Paul D. Y. M. C. A. The meeting of the Mossmun. Many young men are puzzled as to what their life work or vocation should be. Pres. Frost and Dr. Mossumn will present, two callings that should appeal to and interest many students in llerea. HAYES & GOTT "The Caah Store" Main Street ' - - Berea, Kentucky April 30; 10M. THE CITIZIN. VIRTUE THE HOPE OF THE RACE Cafe rirl NOTICE This Space is Reserved for the use of the Berea Bank & Trust Co. Watch it for the next few weeks if you love money and lusl Millions, a hlyle very like MR. S. T. MITCHELL DIES Silas T. .Mitchell, born Anmmt 5. I'liil .f the averagi, editor. SomeDied nl thing of the simpler and less culli-- ii IH7H, in Madison rnunty. I I'd shle of life was perceptible ill I0M. tilit Mil eleven lleren, April llilrly-llv- e years, eight i!.e ( i m i t it musings of the Itlnck-siiiil- h, p. in., aged Mr. John llrauson, and, Iho days. mouths, twenty-on- e had been in his us- in Hie blacksmith's vernacular his Mr. Mitchell ual K'mhI health up until ho retired discourse was rather "onrellued" il delightful diversion for, alToided at 11:30 p. in. expecting to he called those who had been obliged to apMM) In take the train for London al ply themselves incessantly, for a At ahotit I0::t0 Mr. C. C. Ilhodiis went long period of KJhla room ami fmiml liini awake precise F.uglisli time lo the study of prose or poetry. The Mr. with a severe pain in his side. words of the Patriarch, Mr. Degtnaii, IIIiihIus wanted In gel a doctor hut way, sank deep into the minds of his Si in hi usual Well adjusted through assured him this was unnecessary hearers. thinking and freighted heavily he would he all rigid in much and slated with thought lliey conveyed the a very horl time. fat belly admonition of one who bad Al 11:15 the bus called to take Mr. Mitchell lived and seen. In order (hat the him lo the (rain tint as might end in a very naturdid mil respond to several cnlls, an ,'Mi,'iam investigation was made anil he was al way the only lady who look pari was allowed th.t ta.l word, Miss found dead hut even in death his .Margaret Diziiey as the Matron with face wore the wonted smile. many friends hy such grace as be times a true.nia-- l Mr. Mitchell had itiersa(ion witfi a .'ii ended the whom he was well loved. For morn very interesting Refreshtalk. DEATH OF MRS? PATTERSON ten years he had traveled this than Mrs. Mary II. Patterson died al her in ments were then served, also some section for Swifl A Company and very Hue "canned" music, a la home in Lancaster at live o'clock all Ihal lime no man had ever heard Shorn of (he last vestige of Sunday afternoon, April Sfilli, after an unkind word altout him from hus-iueman, asociate. or competitor. conventionality this evening's enter- a prolonged illness. She was horn And it is safe to say that among the tainment dciiinntralcd well the facl in Sublette, Illinois, August II, I8C.2 no thai real enjoyment comes from and was a sister of Dr. Marlon, a great hosl of man stood higher with his linn than iiiiet .simplicity rather than from trustee of Iterea College, also of John J. Barton, who was for a number of did Hi Mitchell. He had the happy noisy display. faculty of making friends with the TUBERCULOSIS AND ITS TREAT- - Hears a studenl fu llerea, and of Mrs. Ira I.. McLaren, whose husband was children ami m.' was a weirome puri MENT formerly assistant in the College in any home or on any children s (Continued from Pare One.) Treasurer's ofllce. During the early play ground. None will miss him ones who had 'directed more and more toward the eighties she was enrolled as a stumore than these learned to expect him on his regu- ' piwentiuii of disease. Tuberculosis dent of llerea, and after her marmost countries and riage to Mr. Geo. M. Patterson, relar weekly trips. The greatest los. has decreaKinl in slates where modern methods of sided here for a number of years, er$ are his two little orphaned niecprac- - during which lime Mr. Patterson es, of whom he had lieen their al- sanitation havo been put into support for several lice, but (here still remains a great was agent al (lie L. A N. depot. most entire Mrs. Patterson was very active in years, lie also leaves a sister in !Ideal to lie done. If it were only pa-- I church and Sunday school work, of- poor health for whom he has cared possible to have all tuberculous for many years'. "giving her the hest lieuts dispose of their sputum pro (ten in tier later years taxing her possihle education and every care perly, one of the greatest sources of strength lo its limit. During her when her health failed. He leaves infect ion would he removed al once residence in Lancaster she was disto mourn his untimely death a fath- and tuberculosis would probably trict president of the Women's er and hrotlier of Croshylon, Texas, .cease to exist in another generation. Christian Temperance Union. Her two sisters, Mises Margaret and II is the sacred duty of every tuber- inlluenre in the best things of the Madeline Mitchell of Dallas, Texas, culous patient when he leaves the commiiniiy in wiucli site lived was H.Speure. sanatorium lo set an example liim-i- always strong, and her helpful perand a third .sister, Mrs. ami to leach others how to carry sonality won for her a large circle His funeral service of Cincinnati. will he held in llerea al the resi- out such simple means of preven- of friends, who will greatly miss her. dence of J. K. Johuoii. Friday, May tion. '(Continued next week) The funeral service was held al the llrsl, 1:00 p. in. followed hy a Lancaster on Monday afternoon, short service al the grave in llich-moMADISON COUNTY COURT with interment in the Lancaster cemetery al 1:00 p. in. II. M. I'eiiniman, cemetery. PHI DELTA RECEPTION to change Peggy On Petition She leaves a devoted husband, and evening, April Kiucaid Road No. 31. On Wednesday faithful daughter who mourn their !iid, ahoul one huudred and twenty loss. To them their many Berea Notice gathered al I'lii Delta friends extend loving sympathy in Notice is hereby given that the Hall for the annual social convoca- j petition of iho above party to said this sad bereavement. tion. This time the specillc name I court to order Iho Peggy Kincald IN OUR OWN STATE of the affair was "llerzensfest." Kv-- lioaii iso. :n changed, neginnin? ai (Continued from Pare One.) was the title a gate at tho corner of the lands more mysterious and the ashes scattered over tho of the program (if one might call il of Shelby Tudor, Judge Goodloc, track of the association with which a program;, "A Modem Pilgrimage." and the petitioner heroin, to run lie had been so long connected and The pilgrimage was patterned after wilh tho line between Shelby Tudor on which his mosl notable triumphs that one descrilied in Chaucer's laud the petitioner, II. M. Ponniman, as a driver had been achieved. It is "Canterbury Tales" It was just a for a distanre of above 100 yards to that -.- 11.. ...... .........I I.,.. !............ ... ,, .,- - tho road leading to William White's, said to Ihohis request will he carried Cluaj ....... irn.nrii out letter. Ivnienl of Anti:ihiililnn Amer- - and to close the road or pass way Mayo Taken to New York In course of which were dis- - leading from White's road diagonJohn C. C. Mayo, the Paintsvillo Vlll'il tuiun "in mill ally across Pcuniman's Bottom to a removed from (ho none that gate, a corner to Shelby Tudor and millionaire, has been ipiential and frivolous, the Jewish Hospital in Cincinnati to were nol pertinent to real overy-da- y Penuiman, will bo heard on the first Hie Waldorr-Astori- a Holel in New life. Now and then sparkling County Court day in May, 1911; and York where lie will be under the jol-i- ty wil illumined the discourse and unless good cause is shown against immediate care of noted specialists. prevailed, while again, in dcep-nn- d said change, the County Court will He made (he journey in the private more earnest tones the speak- on said day appoint viewers, as recar of Senator Watson of West ers paid reverence lo tint more ser- quired by law, to mako report on Virginia and is said to have stood A somewhat said change, and will proceed acious tilings of life. , the trip well. r, pompous individual was the cording to law to order said change It. Thomas Chosen Mr. Carter llohinson, whoso made. Fori Thomas near Newport, Ky.. manner and speech showed no lack This notice is published by order ill he the gathering camp of tho of the tact and Joviality requisite of tho Madison County Court un- - troops raised in Kentucky, if it befor a successful hotel keeper. The : tcred comes necessary to raise more at its April term, 101 1. I '.style Drummer, Mr. Hanson, gave Juno Baxter, County Road Engi- troops for the Mexican War, The a very interesting representation of (ad) choice was made by Assistant Secremodern traveling salesman. Wise neer, a tary of War, Breckinridge, although and learned are Hie adjectives that Hortat. his home town, Lexington, was tho l.rw.jt best describe the F.ditor, Mr. Glenzlo I H'l... II... IMC UUIBU 111 JIICI1IUUI .1 HtlTlllfcU Imh... In UVIIU' choice of (Jov. McCreary and J. Morris. With mild satire he com- I age Is twenty live years, the wild horse Tandy Kills, Adjulant General of mented on present. day lendeneies n limit tit (rt v. ul rlif run ni Kentucky. To Run Against Powers Slate Senator Joseph Bosworth, of Middleshoro, has announced his decision to mako the race against Mr. Powers for Congress in tho Kleventh 11 good-humorhe-caVic-Iro- la. ss fellow-employees (Continued from last week' VII. The Hope of the Race Now in spile of the unpleasant tilings I have been saying you must all remember that there is morn virtue in the world than vice; Ihom are many more good peoplo than had ones; there arc are more noble young men lhau rakes; there aro many more people who want lo live pure lives and who do live pure lives than there are who fatl. The .standards of morals in most communities I know does not favor the young man who sows his wild oals. Thele will always be enough of good people in the world to keep, the reprobates from getting the upper hand. Herein lies hope. The best nature wit ti In us all revolts at (he irregular lifi'. Nature always revolts al what Is harmful. There is always enough of the hesl in men ami women lo Idle (hem over temptation If Ihey will only listen lo what I lie best has to say. When men lose the grip on themselves, when the uplifting inlluenre that comes from tb' love of a wholesome woman is lacking, there is serious danger ahead. These things are the anchor that hold Hie human race steady. Honesty, virtue, neighborliiiess, purity of life and thought all help to make thai anchor sure. Our faith in humanity can never be destroyed we know loo many people who live righteous lives. Now concerning Hie happiness Dial comes in wedded love these factors are important; hope in the joys of the future, faith in Hod and mankind, and pure living; and not Hit! least of these is pure living. J. I. Smith. fcT3 HI "THIS IS A HORSE" He is an Imported Registered French Percheron, weighing 1600 lbs. Register No. (6120) B in France, No. 13071 in America. This is his real picture but not a good one of him. Come and see him before you breed your mares. We must breed for bigger mares to have bigger mules, as bigger mules bring bigger money, and bigger " money is what makes the mare go." We need bigger horses and if you breed your little mares to my Percheron horse and the mare brings a horse colt it is worth more at weaning time than a mule would be, and cost no more to raise. If she has a mare colt you are richer than you would be in three I years breeding to a Jack. Now I know any man who has thought about this kind of breeding or any man who will think about it will agree with me. You know that a big, square, d mule always sells in any market twice as quick as a little, pony mule, and will bring twice as much money and cost you no more to raise a big mule. But you must first have a big mare. Then come and breed to my big Percheron stallion and reap greater rewards than you have been. I will charge high-headeewe-necked, je a fee of i A LIVING COLT The season will be due when colt is foalded or mare parted with or bred to another horse. Care will be taken to avoid accidents but in no case will I be responsible should any occur. This horse is no kin to your mare and cross breeding improves the blood and vigor besides the sie. From the size of this horse you would be surprised at his style and keen action. $10.00 TO INSURE BRADSHAW BEECHER 5108 Sire, John Morgan Jr. 3705. Dam, Nannie B. 2653., Nannie B. is out of a Beecher Jennet and there has never been a family of Jacks and Jennets breed up that will surpass the Beecher and John Morgan family. They are the kind that are the money winners when in the show ring and get the long prices when offered for market. Bradshaw Beecher is also a great prospect of a Jennet Jack as he is bred right an d is right. This handsome bred Jack will make the season of 1914 at the very reasonable fee of $10.00 for mule, and $25.00 for Jack or Jenne. to insure a living foal. In his nd yet I I ef nd ' (N. II. M; first advertisement Hin In wlilcli I advertised a small Jack at a fee of $8.00 has been canceled and I have very high price Jack which I can olTer to the public at the very reasonable fee of $10.00 only $1.00 extra, offering u 50 percent belter Jack In every respect.) Jce a Phi-Drlta- ns eu Berea, Dr. S. R. Baker Andrew Johnson, who were also sentenced to life imprisonment for actually llring the shots which caused Callahan's death, aro yet to he heard on their motion for a rehearing. WORLD NEWS. (Continued From Pare One.) Kentucky Mr. Power, however, expresses himself as eoiilhlent of victory, although there are seven other men contesting. Denied Rehearing I). (. Dualon, the Hrealhitt county feudist who was sentenced to life imprisonment for complicity in the murder of Edward Callahan, former sherilT of Ilrenthitt county, was denied a rehearing of his case hy the Clark county court where he had been tried and convicted. The cases of James Deatou and holdings. counter paign. This action is taken as a to Lloyd George's land camThe Duke insists upon it that agriculture can he made to pay, and he proposes to demonstrate this fact by his own management of various large tracts of tilled land. Ho is breaking up one of his large parks and putting il under cultivation. Conan Doyle in Canadian Rockies Tho readers of Sherlock .Holmes will he interested to learn that. Sir Conan Doyle and Lady Doyle are to camp out for somo weeks this Rummer in Hie Canadian Hookies. Probably the Canadian mounted police will llnd in him a valuable ally in running down violators of tho Canadian laws. ' Nature is constantly trying to wear out your house constantly gnawing away at wood and paint, at brick and mortar. The best material is not too good to withstand these assaults. i Hanna's Green Seal Paint It a scientifically determined the result of many years of experiment of watching the wear of the different compounds until the perfect combination of lead, oil and zino has been found. It is smooth, free spreading, elastio and durable. Formula on every package. is is wear-resiste- r. MERCHANTS! As the season of heavy sugar consumption draws near, we wish to assure our CUSTOMERS that we will, as in the past, use every effort to maintain adequate stocks and fill all orders promptly and at correct prices. KELLOGG & CO. Richmond, Ky. district. SHOULD EARN Every Woman WEEK PER INCORPORATED WkaWle Grocers lntrmlucitiK our tery complete Spring line of beautiful wool ultftiKa. wash fabric, faucy waUtlngs. ailka, hdkfs, pcUicuuta, etc Up to date N Y City pattern. Fiurt line on the market I baling direct with the tnltla oti will find our price low If other can make tiauu tofto.oo weekly youcsmaUu, Sample, full lu t ruction a lu neat aauiplecaae, ahippetl eipre money requited, Ksclualve (erri ftrepatd. Nofor particular. Be aure to apply. FOR SALE BY SuUtti Dm Cm C.. m 4tk St. ItAaVattM. N. Y. I J. D. CLARKSTON, Beret, Ky. Pago Six. TfQ ffiTfUsT UTa"- -f JTI, IflffUrea-uIlnul- THE CITIZEN. y, April 36, 1M4. A Romance of 5t.Clair'3 Defeat . TTfaOT; RANDALL PARRISH ILLUSTRATED-D.J6YNOPSIS. LAVIN TaTIcTa'"aT)OMl and motlosed mo with his hand. I crossed hurritCy to Join him, again ClIAPTEIl I Joseph Hayward, an ensign In the United Htates army on his the soldier. way to Fort llarmar. meets Blmon Olrty, "What Is It? Can you guess what a renegade whoa name liaa b'en connected with all manner of atrocities, alio they mean to do?" headed for Fort llarmar with a message "No, but they seem to be forming ward guides him to the fort anil protects there to the right; bend down here; him from a number cf rcouta who tried ee. back among those trees. Ay I and to kill him. jour red coat Is among the dtivlls, I've CHATTER IT At General Harmar's caugnt glimpse of hlnr twice." headquarter! Ilayward meets llrne 1 grasped the situation In a glance. who professca to recognise him. , although he haa no recollection of ever Brady moved to the next having aeen her before. and knelt down. Opposite me I could CIIAPTKn volunteers to distinguish an Indian or two, skulking curry a message for llarmar to Sandusky well out of range where Hamilton Is stationed. The north- In the tree shadows, west Indian tribes are ready for war and sentries, no doubt, stationed to guard are only held hack bv the refusal of tlx' against any posslblity of our escape. friendly Wyandots to Join. The latter are demanding the return of Yes, and there were others also along a religious teachr whom they believe to the fringe of forest to the left, alHayward' mission Is to be ci prisoner, niwurc the Wyandots that the man Is though only occasionally did a half not held by the soldiers. Murmur Im- naked form flit into view. They were presses on Hayward the necessity of forming for assault, for a swift rush reaching Hamilton before Glrty. forward, trusting that the suddenness CHAITEB asks Ilayward to across let her accompany him. She tells him of their attack would put them Wyandot anil that open space without great danger. that she la a quarter-blooa missionary among the Indians. She They had tried stealth and failed; now has been In search of her father. She Insists that she haa seen Ilayward be- they would try recklessness. The very fore, but In a Ilritlsh uniform. Hayward mm fnl lh nnrth nr(nmnAtUtl hr a choice was evidence of white leader cout named Brady and a private soldier. I ship. An Indian leader would be paand wait for darkness to creep CHAPTER V They come on the trail tient of a war party and. to escape from the up unseen, or plan to starve us into Indians, take shelter In a hut on an Only a white man, eager Island. Hayward finds a murdered man In surrender. and dominant, would thus rUk lives In the nut. 'cHAPTEIt Vl-- It proves to be naoel open assault. I pressed back the wooden shutter, D'Auvray. a formr French officer, who Is called by the Wyandota "white chief." . kneeling to look out. For an Instant, Tlene appears and Hayward la puxzled by nothher Inslstancs that they have met be- blinded by the bright light, I saw fore. ing, then, back In the edge of the timdimly distinguish the CHAPTER VII Rene recognizes the ber, I could murdered man as her father, who was II groups of savages, stripped for fightI known among the Indians aa ing, their naked bodies gleaming. tan. knew little then of Indian warfare, yet CHAPTER Vlll-S- he tells Ilayward her occurred to me that the representafather was exiled from the French court it toand had spent his llf among the Indians tives of each tribe were gathered converting them to Christianity. gether, and I watched the reports seeing a moving from group to group, as final CHAPTER band of marauding Indians In the vicin- orders were passed among them. Only ity and with them Slmcn Glrty. Brady's once did I catch a glimpse ot the red evidence convinces the girl that there Is a British officer by the name of Hay- Jacket, as its wearer stood at the foot ward who resembles the American. of a huge tree, suddenly outlined by a Ptt APTT?n V Flnillne mc&iw frnm fh ray of sun finding opening through the Island cut off Ilayward and his compan- - leaves above. As I caught view of inns prepare to reaist an attack rrom tns him, he flung up one red arm, a rifle Indiana. grasped In his hand, and, as it it was CHAPTER XI neeonnolterlng 'around the cabin at' night Hayward discovers a a signal, voice after voice whooped In white man In a British uniform and savage yell, the noise blending Into leaves hlra for dead, after a deeperate one fierce scream, horrible and menacfight. ing. Above even this mad volume of CHAPTER XII. sound there was a shout of command, emphasized by the discharge of a dozen guns. Then out of the smoke, We Meet Them With Rifles. ' Small as my peek hole was, just springing forth Into the open, I saw large enough to admit a rifle barrel. It the devils come. It was as If hell had yet afforded clear view to east and broken open and belched ihva forth. south of the house. As I gazed, strlv-ln- g Leaping Into the air, shrieking, gesto determine what the various ticulating, weapons uplifted, red skins movements meant, and from which glinting in the eun, black hair streamdirection to anticipate final attack, an ing on the wind, they sprang forward, racing straight across the open. Indian crept out Into the open, crawling on his stomach like a snake "Shawnees!" roared Drady. "Give through the grass. Others followed, it to 'em!" and be pulled trigger. no man until a dozen wriggling forms began Describe what followed to advance Inch by Inch, hugging the could. It was pandemonium, uproar, ground so closely I could scarcely per- action, no two seconds the same. I ceive their movement. I beard a slight fired twice, three times, leaping back sound 'within, as Brady quietly thrust to grasp a gun from the bench, and forward bis rifle. groping my way through smoke. My "Walt a moment," I called to him, eyes smarted, perspiration streamed not venturing to glance about, but down my face, I heard the bark ot holding up one hand In warning, "It is rifles, voices calling within, wild echoa long shot yet, and we muet make ing yells without. Over the barrel ot every one tell. Wait until the first my rifle I could distinguish the naked fellow Is half across; then pick your forms of savages leaping amid the man. Who Is at the loophole beyond mioke wreaths, stumbling, clutching ps?" at the air with empty hands. Then all "It Is I, monsieur." at once they disappeared, vanished as "You, mademoiselle! Hadn't you If by magic. Smoke clung to the better let Schultz take that place!" ground, yet amid Its swirls I could "An' why, monsieur?" the soft perceive no movement; the fierce yellvoice coolly indignant "Am I afraid? ing ceased. What this sudden cessaAm I unable to shoot? Why should I tion meant I could not guess, but my not stay?" hand reached Instinctively for powder "Thoee are Indians," I began, "1 and ball. Then another yell, louder, .thought" more deadly with ferocity, smote my "Hah I My people! Those robbers ears; bullets chugged Into the logs, and cowards, I told you there Is so some one near me gave utterance to a roar ot pain, and blows crashed 'Wyandot among them. You will see, against the barred door. I thrust my rifle forward a tomahawk struck the monsieur." "All right thon. I take that first one, protruding barrel aa I pulled trigger, and you pick the two to the left. Fire and I was flung backward to the floor, when I give the word. Schultz lay out blood streaming from my shoulder. I one of those extra guns beside each of could hardly breathe In the thick us. Ready now; the fellows who are smoke; I could see nothing, yet out of not hit will Jump and run for the the babel of noise I was conscious ot woods as soon an we fire; give them Brady's voice yelling an order: "The door! Barricade the door!" a second shot before they can reach I staggered to my feet and dragged cover." "Heady now!" I commanded sharp- the bench forward; some one gripped the table along with me, and together ly. "Let them have it lire!" The three guns spoke at once, the we burled It on top, our bodies holding emoke of their discharge tor an In- it there. I bad dropped my rifle, but stant blotting out the scene, yet not some one thrust another into my hand. crumple up Blood streamed down Into my eyes before I saw beside the stump, and a warrior Just from a cut on my forehead, blinding behind him leap Into the air with me so I saw nothing, yet my fingers both arms flung out. I gripped the touched u band. Even then I felt the fresh gun beside me, and fired again thrill of that contact. "You, Bene I Go back! For God's into a huddlo of fleeing figures, bear-lng the sharp crack of the two oth- sake, go back!" I sobbed breathlessly. Just an Instant she grasped me, ers, as the blue smoke blew back into my eyes. One Indian fell forward clung to me, her head pressing against clawing at the ground; another stag- my sleeve. gered wildly, yet kept bis feet. A , "Yes, monsieur!" Then she was gone; I reached out chorus ot yells rent the air, and the fleeing forms vanished Into tbo fringe for her, but she was no longer there. of woods. A fusillade ot bullets Tomahawks crashed Into the wood ot chugged harmlessly Into the protect-- tbo door; there was a hound of splinlng logs, blue puffs of smoke rising tering. Brady ripped out an oath, a between the distant trees, but nothing ! wild yell ot triumph echoed without. Ipou holtf some "y- Through remained visible for ua to flreat I I loop-holeard IV-R- ene d I I IX-Br- ady J 1 I war-bonn1 I 1 irom TOToop-hol- e, wall!" I got there; God only knows how but I was alone. I felt the force of the rush that struck him down; It had tie smoke hid all. Something crashed against the door, lifted me bodily and hurled me against shaking the whole cabin; again and tho logs. Yet I kept my feet, kept my again the blow fell, the tough wood grip on the twisted Iron, and struck bursting asunder, the stout bar bend- I blindly. The whole cabin seemed ing, yet snapping back once more aa Jammed with red demons; they piled the sockets held. Amid the din ot on me, Jerked tho bar from my grasp. shouts, tho crash ot wood, my eyes Once, twice1, I sent clenched flat against painted faces; then It was met Brady's. over with. I never saw or felt the "You 're hurt?" "Ay!" spitting out blood before ho blow that floored me; I went down incould answer. "Jaw shot Where's to darkness, and they trampled me under foot. the French girl?" I Jerked my hand back In gesture. CHAPTER XIII. "With her father's body, 1 reckon; she promised me to keep out of It." The Help of Mademoiselle. "Good," his eyes smiling In spite of The sound of a voice speaking, apthe intense pain of his wound. "This is like to be our last fight, boy. Do parently far off, was the first thing of The you hear that? Another blow as hard, which I was dimly conscious. and those devils will be at us. Don't language was French, and, for what seemed a long time, no word sounded quit until you die." "I know," and I reached out my familiar. My mind was blank ot nny hand to him. Ills eyre were cool, grim- distinct impression, although there aply smiling, and tho clasp of his An- peared to float beforo me, In recollection of some former existence, the gers like a vise. Her wonderful "Wo are men," he said slowly. "Don't face of mademoiselle, forget, lad. They will know about eyes were gravely smiling through a this sometime down on the Ohio here strange mist that appeared to hide all else In Its circling folds. I could not the fiends come!" The door crashed In, tbo great butt get away from their silent pleading, of a tree coming with It, and halt their Invitation. Then eomrhow that blocking tho passage. All that re- speaking voice brenmo hern, and I mained woe Instantly filled with sav- picked out a word here and there, deage figures. Into the mass of them I tached, meaningless, and yet recognizfired my last shot, the flame of dis- able I struggled to arouse myself to charge searing the hideous faces. her actual presence. The strugglo must have been phyThen I was hurled to the right, shoulder to shoulder with Schultz, gripping sical as well as mental, for I becamo conscious of pain, a sharp pang shootmy gun barrel with both hnnds, swinging It like a flail. I crushed the skull ing through my body, as It a knife had ot a savage, drove the butt Into tho been twisted in a deep wound. The face of another; saw the flash of a agony brought mo wide awake, my tomahawk, held up for an Instant the eyes open, staring about, yet scarcely soldier's reeling body, only to throw it realizing where dream and renllty met. aside; smashed tho red hand held At first I could not distinguish objects, out to grip him as ho went down; drew or separate sounds; everything was hack a step In search of more room, blurred, formless. There was a red and, with one mighty sweep of my vapor beforo my eyes, a strange ringweapon cleared a circle before me. ing In my ears. Then I knew It waa God! It was ghastly, Inhuman, devil- Indeed mademolsello who spoke, someish! Those behind pushed and yelled; where off there to my right, and once there was no escape! I saw painted I heard another voice a falsetto, yet wild eyes plainly that ot a man. Interrupting facee, naked shoulders; glared hatred Into mine; tomahawk her. Between my poor understanding and knife flashed. The butt ot my gun of French, and the bewilderment ot smashed, I gripped the Iron, my teeth my brain, I rould make nothing out ot clinched, and blood on fire. I had no what was said; the very few words I sense of fear left, no consciousness ot caught seemed meaningless, with no peril. I wanted to strike, to kill, to connection between them. I strugbruise those hideous faces, to batter gled bard to comprehend, but my brain them Into pulp. The rage of conflict made utter failure ot the attempt, a seized me; there swept over me the dull horrible aching across my temples being the only reward. ferocity of the Insane. "Monsieur," the voice was a whisI gave back, compelled by the mere force of numbers hurled against me, per at my ear; I could even feel her yet kept clear a space no savage left soft breath on my cheek. My eyes Inunhurt. I felt in my arms the strength stantly opened, and looked Into ber of a dozen men, and not the grip of a face as she bent above me. "Do not red hand .ached me. The Bends move, do not speak aloud but listen, snarled and struggled, but the fierce I knew you were not dead; I found you swing of the Iron bar crushed them first and kept them away, but there la back. It was twilight where I stood at no time now for me to explain. Are bay, the narrow opening, almost blot- you badly hurt?" "I cannot tell, mademoiselle those ted out by those struggling figures striving to enter, to me, was a mere heavy bodies will not let mo move." She glanced about swiftly, aa If In blotch, an Inferno of movement and sound. Through a dim, red haze, where fear of being seen; then released my blood dripped before my eyes, I bad limbs, dragging the two dead Indiana glimpses of uplifted arms, of distort- aside. I frit cramped, lifeless below ed faces, of glittering weapons. Once the walet, yet as the blood began to there was a gun shot, the sudden flash circulate I knew there was no serious flaming Into my eyes; twice toma- Injury. She stared Into my face aa I hawks, turning In the air, grazed my worked the numbed muscles, and her cheek; a knife, desperately hurled eyes told me that she was frightened. "We are alone here?" "Yes, for the moment," breathlessly. "It Is your only chance; I bare prayed and schemed to get to you. We mustn't lose an the sudden flash lighting the murk. In the Instant red glow I caught a glimpse of the Interior of a body lying before the fireplace, of Bchults still on his knees, rifle in hand, of Brady gripping an ax, his head bare, a ghastly wound on the side ot his face. Then hej'l u IST!. TStrTft- n- rower - nrtrr creeping In on us. That's the kind. Ah I I thought so; they're taking us from behind quick, lad, back td the i co:::o:o::x:07jd GREEN GOODS GAME By WILLIAM H. OSBORNE. J ' Tho brand new dress suit case of the long legged chap upon the ferry boat, published to the world at large that his name wns Hiram Jenklnson. It also Indicated In fresh black letters that his homo was Sandy Marsh, N. J. Ills clothes were now. Thnt ho was quite a countryman and a backwoodsman was quite patent, chiefly because he had apparently made every effort to hide all rural traces. If ha had worn long whiskers and a slouch hat, people probably would have taken him for an eccentric urbanlte; they might never havo suspected his hayserd origin. As It was, none could Mr, Hiram Jenklnson he mlatnken. was a countryman, through and through. In his eye there wns a con-- ' slderablo amount of shrewdness. This deepened as ho hauled from his breast pocket a small envelope and rend ami reread Its contents. He did this se- -' cretly. Tho noto Inside was type- "Buffers and boote," said Strong Arm Smith. Then for the first time Hiram Jenklnson's face cleared. "Hooters and buff," he answered. It was a pass word previously arranged ! upon. "Then you're all right," "I wasn't tho countryman, relieved. going to give myself away until I wan sum that you were you and not somebody else." Smith nodded. "Come this way," he directed. Silently the three mon, the two sharpers and tholr victim, wended their way down a side street Silently they pushed open a door and en- ! The Door Crashed In. from out the ruck, struck the Iron, slashing my arm as it fell. I felt no pain, no weakness ; I was going to die, but It would not be alone. I rushed forward, treading on bodies, battering at shoulders and heads. I heard yells, shrieks, groans, cries of horror and agony. The frenzied rang in my ears; an order roared out over the babel. I have no recollection of being touched, yet some force hurled me back. I stumbled over tho bodies, yet somehow kept my feet. I was breathless, weak, reeling upon my legs, everything before my eyes shrouded In mist. Yet the Instinct to fight remained; I knew nothing else. Suddenly I became aware that Brady and I were together, that we were foot to foot, his deadly ax rising and falling aa though be waa a woodsman la the forest. Out of tho mad din In my ear camo the sound of UIb voice In broken, breathless sentences. "Good boyt Good boy! Ay I That woe a blow. Stund to It, lad; they'll tell of this tight on tbo border. Ob, you will, you painted devil that fint ished you I Do you see back there, Hayward? Ay! I'd like ono swipe at him, but the coward jeeeps war-whoo- p Hud-Coa- sieur? Can you even crawl a dozen feet?" I set my teeth, struggling to turn over and attain my knees. In spite of every effort I sank on my face with a smothered groan of pain. She lifted my head upon her arm. "Oh, you must, monsieur, you must! I cannot lift you, you are too big, but but I will help. See, I will hold you llko this! I'leasc, please try again wo must be quick." "Where where do you want mo to go?" I asked faintly, Inspired to effort by the Arm, eager grip of her hand. "Tell me; I'll try." i "There Just to the left of the fireplace. It Is the one chance, monsieur. They will be back, those Aends, they will burn tho cabin. Mon Dleul Try! Try!" I got to my knees once more, the plea of her voice yielding strength and determination. At whatever cost I would attempt to please her. I ex perienced no sense of fear; my brain soemed dazed, Incapable of apprehending clearly. It held but the one purposeto accomplish this to please her. She wished me to try, and I would. With teeth clinched tight, I fixed my eyes on the spot Indicated and started. Terrible was the effort! Dut I made It Inch by Inch. I shall never know how the deed was accomplished only that she helped, and I fought on. I had to; she asked me; there were tears In her eyes. No matter If It did hurt, If I was blind, if I reeled on hands and knees like a man drunk I must go there. I had not the faintest thought ot why she urged me on, of what hope animated her. And when I finally gave out, helpless to advance another Inch, my face came down hard on a slab of stono beside tbo chimney, She uttered a low sob ot despair, and left me an instant. I knew she had gone, yet could not lift mt head. Then water, cool, reviving, dripped on my exposed flesh, and I struggled desperately to sit up. Sbe helped me, dropping tha pannikin ot water to the floor. For a second she looked straight Into my eyco. "I I am so sorry, monsieur," she faltered. "But you muBt hold out you mujst!" (Continued next vtaok) Instant Can you move, mon- written, and Inclosed with It wns ft crisp new dollar bill, through which was stuck a cheap brass srarf pin. "Dear sir," ran thlB letter, "us per yours In answer to our first, we handsome article advertised, which you can enslly dispose of nny where We nre In the market for any number of these articles nnd are disposing of them to a selrct few at 2" cents apiece. They will bring one dollar anywhere. We will furnish SOU of these for $100; 1,0(10 for 200 and so on, This offer Is unlike nny previous one. Theso articles nre the, geiv uliie stuff, stnmpeil from dies obtained from Washington, I). C. Trusting you prove It." will like the, pin, and thnt we ahnll Jenklnson wlncrd. The men smiled. hear from you at once, we remnln "What havo you got to say?" thoy Inyours, etc., I). C. Wilkes & Co. I 8. quired. Jenklnson squirmed. Telegraph only the following mes"Ain't there," he inquired, "ain't sage "Ten tons of coal,' If you drslro there no way out of this hero thing?" to deal." he asked. Smith and Shifty Shift put i This letter, of course, though Mr. their heads together for a moment. Jenklnson only grasped halt the truth, Then Smith addressed the farmer. waa the letter of a green goods gang. "Now, look a hcre," said 8mltb, "we It had been Ingeniously prepared, so don't want to be too hard on you. Wo'vo caught you all right. But nobody knows It Maybe we can fix it up. How much money have you got?' Jenklnson, In his agitation, hauled out a roll containing about $200. They grabbed it, and counted It "Here," said one, "I'll tell you. We got to fix this thing with the captain around at the station bouse. You wait here till we fix It, and then we'll come around and let you go. But keep qulot hero, or some other cop'U nab you. See?" Shifty Shift clapped Smith on tbe shoulder. "Come, on," he said, stuffing the roll In his trousers pocket, "wo'll go around to the station house, and then we'll come right back." They turned their backs upon Jenklnson. "I I hope you can can fix It said that gentleman, feebly. They did not answer. They strode toward the door and opened it. They were about to leave the room, when they beard from the rear a stentorian voice. They "Halt!" said this voice. turned. Tbe voice was Jenklnson's. iVr,t And when they turned they found themselves looking Into the barrels of Found Themselves Looking Into ths two revolvers bel.l In tbe bands ot Barrels of Two Revolvers. that gentleman. That waa one thing they noticed about blm. Another was gave the that a cursory reading of It his coat waa thrown back and Impression that It related to the pin; that on his breast appeared a shield one whereas, of course, It was directed that they knew was genuine, solely to the bill. Strange as it may "You were goln' 'round," drawled seem, there aro many Jlsh In the sea Mr. Jenklnson, "to the station house. as yet have been uncaugbt, and I'll come with you, If you don't mind." that Mr. Jenklnson, unfortunately for him, "Three's a crowd," said 8mlth, sulwas about to nibble at the bait lenly. ' Now, the green goods game Is as "Tho more the merrier," quoted old as the hills. It is a scheme based 8o all three went Two upon the safe premise that the victim Jenklnson. walked In front; Jenklnson and the being as guilty In Intent as the mem-ber- a revolvers walked behind, Tho capot the gang, will never squeal. tain welcomed them In glee. "Good," Messrs. D. C. Wilkes & Co. said the captain, "have you roped 'cm ot a gentleman known by the In at last?" name ot Shifty Shift, and another of "I have," said Jenklnson, solemnly." the name of Strong Arm Smith. Each "What's tho charge?" went on tho of these gentlemen wero men on whom captain. tbe police of the borough of Manhat "Susplclot's characters," answered tan had long had a wary eye, but at Jenklnson, The captnln's brow cloudwhose door It had as yet been unable ed over. "Is that all?" he remarked. to lay directly any crime. "Not quite," went on Jenklnson, Mr. Shifty Shift and his companion "there's more. Green goods game. Imwere working tho green goods game personating officers. Obtaining monoy In a manner all their own. under falsi pretenses. Conspiracy. "It's great. Shift." said Smith, "slm- - Swindling. Embezzlement. Using the ily great. We don't need no goods, mnlls for Improper purpose I no paper, no money, no notbln.' It's "Anything more?" asked the capa snap. And we can't get caught." tain with a broad grin. Messrs. Shifty Shift and Strong Arm "Nothing," returned Jenklnson, "exSnitch had waited at the ferry to note cept that they aro a couple of blamed me arrival or niram jenklnson. rney Idiots to boot." saw him, hut did not then approach "How d'yo make that out?" growled they him. They wanted to be sure Shifty Shift. were not watched, "Because," returned "The post offlco fellers," said Smith, sweetly, "you took me me,tho other for wayt "haven't got onto us yet, but we don't back hayseed, whereas I'm a Plain want to tako no chances. Plain Clothes lllller of tho force." Clothes Illllcrs of headquarters has bjr Dally Btorr Iut. Co.)got his suspicions, and by George, we (Coprrliht. IIH, don't want to havo him areckonln' ot New Style In Flats. us up." A now stylo ot architecture, novel Mr. 'Jenklnson made for the east and not unpleaslng to the eye, has side of the town and the two men fol- been Introduced In the Ituo Vavln, lowed him. Tbe coast seemed clear. Paris, In a large bouse of There wore no followers of Mr. Hiram flats recently constructed. Each story Jenklnson. of tbe house retrogrades on the one Jenklnson, the Jay, finally reached below, leaving a wide balcony or an Bast sldo corner, after consideraIn front ot Its windows. Tho ble trouble, and then stopped and liouso has a distinct resemblance to a looked about him. No sooner had he hugo flight of stairs. It Is argued that dono so than two tho hygienic advantages ot such a npproached hltn. They were method ot construction quite compen-stat- u & Shift and Smith of D. C. Wilkes for tbe waste ot space. tered a dark hallway, silently they Shifty Shift, ascended tho stairs. who might bo called the silent partner of the firm, ushered the three Into a room, vacant except for an old and a chair. They motioned the countryman to the chair, and ho sat Shifty closed the door and down. placed his back against IL 8nddcnly the attitude and hearing They apof the two men changed, proached the table and laid hands upon Jenklnson, here, old fellow," they announced, "you're under arrest" to his feet Jenklnson leaped "Wwhnt!" he Hasped. Strong Arm Smith throw back his coat and displayed a shield. So did Shifty Shift "Tho game's up, old fellor," they snld: "wo're detectives and wo'v watched you all tho way up here orm, tho ferry Wo know Hint you've Co ni." Into town to buy some counterfeit coin cheap, and' we've already broken up tho gang that wrote to ou, and now wo'ro looking for you and all your kind." .Mr. Jenklnson grew pale, His eyes started from thrlr sockets. "But desperately. but" ho exclaimed, they suld, sooth"That's nil right." ingly; "wo'vo got you. You can't deny that you camo on here to commit a crime, and you can't deny that you've got on ou now the document that'll ta-bi- o k MM con-slste- d I ten-rac- well-dresse- n Co. "Mr. Hiram Jenklnson?" asked Prejudice. Strong Arm Smith. "Pupa, what la rollglous prejudice?" Mr. Jenklnson looked blankly at "Tbe convictions of some one else, my him. He was not to bu taken In. Mr. son."-Ll- fe. Strong Arm Smith nodded. April 30, 1014 THE CITIZEN. tlio point : Anything hut a constant ilimiltiK into a child's cars of what If not. II matters poii will do if-- or Pace Bevaa. IN THE HOME I OvOvOvOTHOvOTHeK40THH40TTHHHOHOv040t H'tle. Hrillniuls Mngazitm. New Indian Animal Stories How the Rabbit Destroyed Flint uu By JOHN M. OSKISON tOfOtOfOTOTOTOTOKTOrOfOTKHOTOTOTOTmfHO SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING "Yj OUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Berea's Vocational Schools Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined with general education. FOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commer-cia- l. FOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. tartly upon the futures. VERSE TOR THIS WEEK If miKht gooil thou canal say Of brother, foe, or friend, IIKHK la not any virtus I lie ei erelM of which evn momfn will not ImprrM a new fulrnm 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Ilutkln. 8UNDAY NIQHT TEA. a dainty and nice little salad to far a night lunch la dales and cottage cheese. The cheese should be well seasoned and arranged on lettuce leaves, with three or four datei carefully atoned and washed and arranged on the cheese. No aulad dressing will be needed with such a salad. Figs and nuta ground together In a food chopper and seasoned with a bit of salt and moistened with a of cream makes a line lilting for sandwiches. For a refreshing spring sandwich nothfhg tastes better than sliced cucumbers with a bit of onion Juice and lemon on bread and butter seasoned Chopped green onions, with oil, vinegar and salt, make another good sandwich filling. A cup of hot cocoa on & chilly night la most acceptable, and wltb a salad Is enough A pre-par- 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 moat rapid progress 'Pake t lion, thru,' the silent way, Lest in word thou should olTcnd. Selected, 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course s WHY THREATEN! For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not going thru College, but desire more general education. This Is just the thing for those preparing for medical studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives the best general education for those who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by themselves. Daisy Read Last summer two It to nnlKlihor were playinn in tliclr Kardcn Vlid this was a part of their conversation: Said ttix years old to eight, "Jack, you'd hotter not snap off any more of tlinso peony buds! You know what mother said" this last meaningly. .lack slopped long enough to inquire indifferently, "Huh? No, what did she say?" "Shi' told you she would take your ears right olT if you didn't stop it. Yesterday she said, 'You let those htnls alone or I will pull your hair out hy the rooUI'" .lark went olT into a hurst of laughter, then chuckled, "Don't scare me nonel She's said thai millions of times, hut she's never none II yet, has she? She didn't mean it and never does." And Jack fearlessly continued his depredations. Donald, still douhtfuT, was again reassured hy his hrother, whereupon lie plucked the remaining huds with great gusto! This set me thinking. Here was a mother unknowingly losing control over her hoys simply by making ridiculous threats which she could never execute. Jack was so well acquainted with them thai ho was now passing on his wisdom to Donald. How many of you mothers aro us ing this method either as a regular means or as a last resorl to exact oliedienre? II indicates a deptorahlo slate of affairs in any instance and breeds disrespect and disobedience as no other agency can. Suppose every threat is carried out, the child then obeys through fear, not from any good motive. More often threats are unthinkingly made only to be forgotten. Your child Is so apt to lake you at your word that he also takes advantage of your forgetful- uess or your inability to execute your threat. This habit grows strong with many mothers, hut it is an open a vowal of weakness and inefficiency Do not say, as I heard one young mother, "The only way I can mako Oeorgo behave all day Is to threaten a whipping from his daddy at night." An occasional threat Immediately pul into action avails more than countless other means, but Ibis is 1 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to tench. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through tha summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keeprlght on in their course of study Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door ' Children, Color the Above 8ketch to Suit Yourself. 8ave and Make a Book of Tham. 1)11. by the McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) Long time ago, when the Indians of the wooded mountains used to tip their arrows with pieces ot sharp flint, the little children who watched the old men at work chipping the flint and binding the pointed bits ot stone Into tho ends ot the arrows with deer sinew, would bear this story: Once the animals all came together In council to talk about how they could destroy Flint, the awful fellow who lived up on the mountain and killed so many of them. One after the other, the animals stood up In the council and told about how Flint had come down from the rocky ledges of the mountain and carried off some of their relatives. The Great Dear said It; the deer said It; the oldest gobbler saldllt; and Anally the Great Otter said that somebody must go and kill Flint In order to save the lives of the d Berea's Preparatory Academy Course for After & tato heavy Sunday dinner, a Terr light lunch la best. For those wbo are not satisfied with that, a heavier dish, such as sliced roast of beef with Mexican or Spanish sauce, or an escalloped dish of eggs, maca-ronand cheese and while sauce will be found quite satisfying enough. Milk toast, made of nicely toasted and buttered bread and a white sauce of rich milk or thin cream, la an especially good supper for little people. A hot soup on a cold night warms one and Is a good beginning for a ltght supper., For older ones the addition of grated cheese will be pleasing, and they will not And It bard of digestion. Small cakes ot many kinds, wltb a dish of canned fruit. Is another good accompaniment with other things for a aupper. 8 pong cakes cut open and Oiled with whipped sweetened and flavored cream are never refused by old or young, and this Is one cake the youngsters like and are not Injured by eating. a simple meal. This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered All tha Sketchee This Is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. (Copyright. "Yes, this is where I live." And then the rabbit said: "Well, my name is Rabbit. I've heard about you, and so I've come to Invite you to visit me." "Where do you live?" asked Flint "My home Is In the broom grass by the rivet," said the rabbit. "Well, I will be pleased to come and visit you In a few days," said Flint, and he looked as If he wished the rabbit would go away. "Why not come with me today and have supper at my house?" asked the rabbit, who had made his plans. "All right. I will." said Flint. "Just wait till I cover my Ore with ashes so It will keep till morning." So the two came down from the mountain together, and they came to the rabbit's house by the river. The rabbit said he'd make a fire down by the water, where It was cooler, and th.cu, they ate tbelr supper on the BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with Its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g Institution. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. AH except those with parents in Berea live In College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, ate, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate k the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, ' umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no rest for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, in the faU, and $1.50 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40- to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," aa guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and la returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for cars of school buildings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). Tha Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 anal $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent oy the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM - 8ardlne and Plmola Sandwlchee. Mix twelve boned and skinned sardines with a tablespoonful ot chopped stuffed olives or.pltnolaa, add a of lemon Juice and use for filling between buttered slices ot white bread. rest ot the animals. Fly Don'ts D Allow fllt'i In Allow Mm on Allow K:irliii mir liou.-- . our rrtnl-- . or riitiMli In urvii-imitii- lr. 0 N T Allow dirt In th liouvri IiMik Into every nook uiul corner Allow file In fixnl, liny foudatufT where flle ure Hi y low .'.I, mlli th.it I In wltli covered run or lottle file.. forget to notify the heiillh offli' of dirty ptucen. Cynical. Hp Yon married women are great matchmakers. She Yea. Misery loves coiupu ny. KicliH uge. Daddy 's Bedtime The Mud Palaeaa Ware Baautiful. Story- - The Fairies' - Mudpic Party For The Mud Turtles. But who would ilaro to go up to' the , mountain and undertake to destroy. Hint? No one wanted to go, though j the Great Otter, who was at the bead ot the council, said that great honor would come to the one who succeeded. At last wnen it came time ror tne rabbit to answer, he said that he would go and destroy Flint If he only knew the way to his bouse. "Oh!" said all tho animals at once, "we will show you the way." And so they all came out of the council and lock the rabbit to a high knoll. When they were all gathered on the knoll, the Great Otter stood beside the rabbit and pointed to a house 'way up on tho side of the mountain. They could Just barely see It. There," said the Great Otter, "lives Flint," and he told the rabbit Just how to get up there. It waa a long road, and the rabbit sat down to rest before he got to Flint's bouse, and he planned what he would do. Then he got up and went on. Flint was standing In the door ot his house aa the rabbit came up and said to him: "Slyu (hello) are you the fellow they call Flint?" And the rabbit said it Just as It he meant to bite his head off right there! "Yes. I'm Flint." answered the wicked one who lived on the mountain, but he didn't invite the rabbit to come Insldo. So the rabbit said: "Is this where you live?" And Flint . answered: Not to Be Deceived. "Iiolj at dat ilorg chewing gnu." "Wot's de mutter wit' hluii" "Diiniio. Hut he tn n't inveigle tne Inside (le feniv. I never een II dorg yet dat wns it vegeliirlnn."-Kiin- n City Journal. grass. It was a good supper the rabbit cooked, and afterward Flint said he was sleepy and would take a nap. And when Flint lay down the rabbit hunted round for two big sticks. Then be got out his knife and began to whittle on the sticks. One he whittled In the shape of a hammer and the other he shaped like a wedge. "What are you doing that for?" asked Flint sleepily. "Oh, I always have to be doing something." said the rabbit "Uesldes, these may come In handy." Soon Flint was fast asleep. The rabbit spoke to htm, but he did not answer. The rabbit went over and kicked Flint, but even that did not wake him. Then the rabbit put the sharp wedge against the body of Flint and drew back as far as he could with the hammer and sent the wedge deep Into Flint's body. As he struck, the rabbit turned and ran as fast as he could to the door ot his house. Just as he got Inside he beard a great explosion and struck his head out to see what It was. The wedge had biyken the body of Flint to blts and the pieces were flying alt about ' It was one of the pieces that came flying straight at tho rabbit and cut his upper lip before be could pull his head Inside his door. And to this day you can see In th upper Up ot the rabbit the little spilt made by tho piece ot Flint. A Useful Sphere. VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL OOLLCQB Incidental Fee Room $ 6.00 5.60 $ 6.00 7.00 $ 7.0t 7.00 Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept 10, 1913 Board 7 weeks, dut Oct 29, 1913 Total for terra Incidental Fee Room 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 6.46 $23.46 9.46 $3X9 . WINTER TERM $ 5.00 $ 6.00 Board 6 weeks 6.00 9.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $ 7.04 7.2 9.64 Amount due Dec. 31, 1913 $20.00 Board 6 weeks due Feb. 11. 1914 9.00 Total for term $29.00 $239 9.60 $32.24 MUD pie making had certainly been very popular of late. Daddy had It, and so he sHike In the evening to Jnck and Kvelyu "Dure you been making mud pies lately" be saked. "Yea, Indeed, wo have!" said Evelyn. "My dolls sny Hint there Is nothing tney enjoy so much In the spring ns h good mud plu Do fairies ever tunke mad plcsj" "Oh, yes," nld daddy; "they certainly do! Tho fulrles never miss auy games or parties or good times, you know. And they enjoy everything. They bad a real mud pie party the other day." "Did they have auy other guests or Just themselves?" miked Jack. "It wns u very big party, really," suld daddy. "They gave It In the Urst placo for the mud turtles. Hut they Invited the frogs, the loud and some or the llrard family as well." "My, It must have been a big party!" said Evelyn. "Yes," continued daddy; "It wns a very hlg pnrty. The fairies hadn't bad a very big pnrty for some time, atul they thought It would he lots ot fuu to have this one. "They ulso thought It would be nice to give It for the mud turtles. They thought tho mud turtles were very quaint and Interesting (textiles that, they bad uever heard of a party being given lu honor of the mud turtles, and they were sure It would please them, "Everything was In readiness for the party before the gucHts arrived. The party was given near n swamp, so there was Just loads of mud. "They hud delicious looking mud pies made up lu the center of the swamp, one for each guest, und with n little present attached "Hut what pleased tho guests more than anything elm were the wonder- It "flow did Snlggsley ever get his reputation for tho possession of great wis dom?" Savea Him. "What are your iilum- - ubutit woposmen holding governmental itions?" "I'm in favor of it. only, ns a guarantee of good faith, I think we ought to get those Knglish militant suffragettes to join fire department instead of starting blazes." Washington Star. Ring Down tha Curtain. Ho "Ills wife talks so much that he never gets a chance to exmse hi Iguo ranee." Chicago Iteoord Herald. Swat the Fly ful decorations tho fulrles bud made. "There were pnluces, castles, gardens wltb terraces am) parks. There were forts with soldiers and ships with sailors on board. And all these thlugs were mude out of mud. Iteully they were very marvelous, and nil the turtles and toads und lizards thought the fairies certainly could make the most wonderful fairyland, uo mutter whether they made It with green moss and flowers or with plain, ordinary mud. for really the mud palaces were the most gorgeous you can Imagine. "And the fairies felt their party bad been a success because the mud turtles were satisfied with the party given in their honor and were really, If the truth were told. Just as proud as eacocka that the fairies bad done so much The fly has mi day of rest. busy nlf the time, and his mission in One YOU CAN KILL MILLIONS Ufo Is to spread disease germs. comes In the window nud stops for a TODAY. moment on the sugar bowl, cream pitcher or the baby's nursing bottle. Do you know where his sticky feet giving the tly a swat beforo bo last rested? Think It over nud yon Is u tly millions of tbo Insects will bewill soon make up your mind to he lu the might have been claiw come un active worker In the anti-flEvery ouo should remove all dirt, The weather is getting waste paper, uiuuure, old straw uud crusade. warmer; files nre breeding faster; slmllur refuse, sprinkle gurbuge cans trouble Is ahead If yon; don't and vaults with chloride of lime or keroseuo aud do anything else that will help to pull the tly's teeth before he bcglus his active propagation. I called to see your fattier this afternoon. She (fluttering visibly) Oh, did you? He Yes; he has been owing our firm a little bill for some time. He's Boston Transcript. This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Winttr Felt Spring Tetei Stenography and Typewriting $14.00 $10.06 $12.00 $36.66 Bookkeeping (regular course) .... 14.00 12.00 10.00 86.06 Bookkeeping (brief course) 7.00 6.00 5.00 18.06 Business course studies for students in other departments: 9.00 Stenography 10.60 27.66 7.50 Typewriting, with one hour's use 7.00 6.00 5.06 18.00 of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 1.80 1.60 8.40 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. d young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea if there Is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time in the public schools going over and over the same things, when they might be improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies rith some of the best young men and women from other counties and able-bodie- BV Swat the Fly states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Spring Term opened March 25th. Hurry up I For information or friendly advice write to tbo Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea. Ky. for Mim 1'age Eight. THK CITIZEN. April .TO, 1014. Very liltlo corn Christian Church STiturday night. Married on the 23rd, Mr. Wood with their work. Everybody come. Ponder lo Miss Ida Ponder, holh of has been planted so far. Livingston. Horn to Mrs. Clnhorn Slate Lick Sulphur Spring Allen n hoy. A good horso of Mr, T. M. Dees fell and hroko his neck reSI ite Lick April 20. Mrs. John Sulphur Springs, April 1X1. Severcently. Tho smallpox is dying onl al In this vicinity linvo the whoop- H.iPtiid and Little granddaughter, in this part. Mrs. Cy Howard is vis- ing rough. Ilev. L. C. Itailey tilled Lnc.ile Dunn, were Slale Lick visiiting her daughter on Horso Lick. his appointment here Inst Saturday tors Sunday. Also Mr. Oil I Mnupin IN THE Mr. W. H. Morris has genu lo Ten- uighl nnd Sunday. Mrs. Harrison and Miss Mary Ballard accompalncd nessee to work for W. I. Sharks in Mays moved Into this vicinity re- them. the quarry. Mr. J. O. Ponder has cently. The Misses Efllo Slewart Mrs. Fores I March nul son, Gilbert, sold his farm to II. 0. Webb for $600 and Matlie Moore nllended church visited her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. and will go lo Oklahoma this week. al Lorose last Sunday. Mr. H. I). M. II. Sunyder, from Thursday till Mr. Link Maker has moved to Harrell had a log rolling last Satur- - Monday of last week. Hamilton, Ohio. The little child of day nnd got a good day's work Mrs. Chas. if Paris is visWILL YOU BE THERE? Mr. and Mrs. Anna Mullock is sick done. Elsie Taylor is visiting iting her mother, Mrs. E. N. McCor-inic- k. or Slale Lick. E. M. McCor-miwith lagrippe. Mr. I). M. Ponder Is friends and relatives al lleallyville KENTUCKY SUNDAYSCHOOL ASSOCIATION out on n drumming trip in Owsley this week. Thunnan llrandenhurg was hauling logs in Garrard county. Mr. J. fl. Ponder sold n cow-t- was at Hentlyville Wednesday on County Inst week. Mr. Henry drown for $6Tj. Mr. business. Sheriff Hud Smith passed Mrs. J. I). Phillips nnd Mrs. C W. Daniel Davis or Moulin Illinois were the Wilas Allen was through last week through here recently. buying hogs. Farmers are getting Moore is on the sick list this week. guests ol Mrs. W. I). Parks one day badly behind wilh their work on aclast week. Ilro. Itailey (Hied his regular apMr. Tipton Cooper of llerea visited count of so much wet weather. Mr. pointment nl I.erose Inst Saturday 0. H. Lewis is taking the census of and Sunday. Colsou Dean is very Mr. John Preston Sunday. lied Hill school which shows .up to sick wilh pneumonia fever. Sunday . We are having some fine weather be a tlrst class school. Next Satur- school is progressing nicely at this pkliihc4 anleM ilped la hill by tk wiltti. The aim loeoftwpo4eie Glades day and Sunday are regular church place witli largo attendance. The it at tot rMlttlon, tat n aa etM.aw ef food Ulth. Writ fUinly. days al Union. There is a line pros-pe- el new story "The Maid of the Forest" (linden. April 27. The Glade's Sunof a goixj fruil crop Ibis year is certainly interesting. day school was favored Sunday wilh lie Vaughn and Miss Ellen Oipson, JACKSON COUNTY of both peaches and apples. y program by n band or an who worn married in Annville nbout Blake young men rrom Berea College, also McKee I o'clock Thursday afternoon. We Hlake. April 2.1. Died April 21st, Ilev. Rhodes and Miss Twida Marlly Rockford McKee. April 17. Attorney O. I. wish tlifin nuioli joy. W. II. Ilader Itoekford. April 27. We nre hav Mrs. Ellen Hall of pneumonia ami of West Virginia, all of whom aro Rader of Annville was in town on declined going lo Illinois and purlegal business Thursday and Friday chased a farm from (Scow Murrel ing some nice went her al this writ- - old age. She was 78 years old and devoting their lives as soul winners of last week. N. U. Horn! of East fur SfiOO on Mauldt'n. Milk cows are ing. Little Preston Martin, sou of J. was a loving wife and devoted inolh-- J. for Christ. The speakers on the proami Malissa Martin is quite sick j er. She leaves a host of children gram were Dillard Sebastian. McCoy Hernstndt, who is President of the (,m ((, 75 , ,,ig vicjn fnm al this writing. It is feared he is and grandchildren, friends and rela- - Franklin, Cyrus Short. L. F. Fielder, , r)limr, lliver llailroad Company, nookcastle e aro ?orrv Hernice lives to mourn her loss. Mrs. Hall II. C. Williams. Rev. Rhodes, and was in town Thursday night. He J.,,,, of ,,,, of JoH,s. lwin9 threatened with fever. says his road will lie completed to,, (, ,oy Mr JoU, a,.com,anj(.( nV Linville stuck a nail into her foot was buried in Hob Morris' grave- Miss Hartley. They all handled their Annville hy August 1st ready for hjs irot1(,,..j.aw, F.lias Simpson, and is suffering very much rrom yard on Hie 22nd, which was her subjects with eloquence and the There is considerable quartet w hicli rendered several piectrafllc-ll- cv. Isaac Messier was in brollgl, tlu ,.orpsil ,uro for I,ltor- - same. Mrs. Hellie Haughman of birthday. Richmond 'was visiting relatives sickness in these parts. Laney Pet- es added much pleasure lo the day. .1 weeK miciuiuiK Knoxville lasi menl in the Tyuer burying ground. here last week. Mrs. Chessio Marers has pneumonia very bad at this The members of tho quartet were meeting of Mountain Educators. Isaac Reynolds cut his knee very tin is on the sick list with quite a writing.-Mr- s. Minnie Curinack is Luther Ambrose. Clay Williams. John Farmer, sherilT, conveyed badly a few days ago witli an ax. Mr. and Mrs. John ery had off nl present. Charlie Clarence Nirkell and Cyrus Short. Fowler to the penitentiary at Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Moore were vis- - Hoarseness. Peters also has pneumonia. Mr. and Fowler was ling wilh their daughter, Mrs, lie e '"'"in v Islled II. h. Itu en and fain Refreshments were served at the Kddvville last week. killing John M. Moore j Morrjs Pp,lav njpht.-T- he' usual hour and the day closed with cpnvicled for box sup- lived once a testimonial service and a warm ai the primary election last August per al lyner Saturday niglit was a for all by Cnlumet. hand shake nil around. We extend For tlallr uw. In million of kltchrii lm niid sentenced to life imprisonment. success. No boxes sold for less than the boys an invitation to return. ninl Hint Cnlumet U lilichrat not only In Mrs. D. fl. Collier entertained the a dollar. Good luck to The Citizen jualf but in Irtwitf fntrM wel- lA CHANGi: OF PLAN Mr. Wiley Harris returned recentEmbroidery Club at her home last and its many readers. and rrnulU mretot)iertmiK! It. Llewellyn, ly from Aflen. Oklahoma. Friday evening.- -. fettmlcTfully mmotnit-n- l In iiv. Ak your He'd read all the dope on attending to work -. Attorney, is in Livingston ou busiThe homes or Mr. Mac Maunin and irmcvr. And try Calumet licit Imkc day. And toiling to suit your employer; Hurley He knew that lo loaf or to laze or to shirk Wade Lewis have been brightened nc3s. At the recent term of Circuit -- We are having Hurley. April 2 Received Highest Awards Was quite an ambition destroyer; by a visit from the stork. Court, John Farmer resigned as' So lie plunged into work with a zest and a vim B " w"er- Mrs. Dian Johnson and sous, How Master Commissioner ami Dr. J. E. And he did more thnn double his share of it; 'r " ? He needed a raise, for his wages were slim, Anderson was appointed by Judge' "" ard and Frank, were visitors at i4 brlii. Mrs. Louisa flabbard s la. Pl" A. Pow- -i But he knew that the lioss would take care of 111 Lewis to succeed l.im.-- W. Mole Sunday. very sick at this w t ng.- -.tr Im, Frwc., W. C. Bailey have gone to ell and Mr. George Hazel wood and fam For hadn't the hooks made Ibis simple fncl plain III. ." to serve as Jurors in the i,m ily of Indiana nre making an extend Thai people would recognize talent; a vwltinR Win Federal Courl.Mr. C. M. Baker of ed visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. That if you would work willi your might and your main ,aco-:l- to ' l. N",.a" The boss, wilh a manner most gallant. Benge. London is surveying several bun- ab ' Would give you a raise, though you said not a word, ""I or land, recently sold by v To show you were worthy of credit; bul " nrl. l,,nc' Als0 born W. II. Clark and Attorney A.I " Silver Creek So lie toiled and lie sweated, bul nothing occurred . Titllin fintilinrd nnil (Millilrmi WnrA ; ", . W. Baker to the war rorK i,anci And life didn't go as he'd read ill Silver Creek, April 27. Next Sat to .Mrs. Leonard uanuani, on me .ini. Company urday and Sunday are regular a boy, 11 Having men aiso. airs. The boss was aware of. his merit, all right, But he said. ''Why thh, lleuco should I raise him Letha fiabbard and children were church days nl Silver Creek. Middlefork So long as he's willing fo work day and night Miss Manuie Richardson of Hamil are visiting at P. T. Cabbard's Sunday. ' Middlcrork, April 27.-- We For what his position now pays him?" ton, 0 is visiting Iter sister, Mrs. rainy weather at W. C. Bailey has gono lo Richmond having some very Bul. weary wilh waiting, tho worker grew wise; Joe E. Lewis. He said to himself, "Why, dod rol ill present and farming is beng delayed. to serve as a grand juryman in Hie , Mrs. Dick Johnson and daughter, These books on success are a bundle of lies" place attended federal court. Old Aunt Susan Lake Several from this So he struck for u raise and he got ill Maggie, spent Wednesday evening Sunday school at Flat Top Sunday. is no better. Wm. Hurley has sold Herlon Braley. willi Mrs. Matt Whiltinore. Strong of McKee preached his land on Sand Lick to the railMr. Roy Gadd is working for Mr. road company. Mr. A. W. Baker of Saturday night. at Eliga Angels Henry Lengfellner. McKee also has sold a tract of land Mrs. Ella Hays and daughter, GeorMrs. Press Balengcr died at homo lfeU4w. tWll.Mi. htbhaa. Il'.l gia, spent Sunday with Mrs. Claude on Indian Creek and Charlie Baker near Malory Springs lasl Tuesday IimwmuI Baker. Morgan Himes, who has the of London, is doing the surveying. Quite a number from this place ily Sunday last. Mr. T. C. Viars is Mrs. John Blake have returned from and was brought to the old Silver (ever, is getting better. Tom .Moore and Hiram Witte were in this part met a number from McKee and had out for a few days to see after his Ohio where they have been Tor the Creek grave yard Wednesday ror is farm and surroundings. Win. Lin- - past year. MARKETS Fanners are getting burial. She leaves a husband and CINCINNATI last week on business. Ely Sum-m- a line picnic dinner on what spent Sunday with known as Beckit's Branch. TIioms . ville and wife were in Berea Sunday along nicely funning these dry days. seven children lo mourn the loss. and family Hays,' J. R. Hays, to see Mrs. C. I. Ogg, who has been flracie Peters is sick at Ibis writ- The family hae our deepest sym John Morris and family. There will present were I. R. a folpathy. Corn New corn la quoted Sunday school at Flat Top every John Farmer, J. II. Hamilton, Wm.'siek for quite, a while. They report ing. bo Bennett, of McKee, Poll Gabbard, her no heller. The Misses Annie and Dora Robin- - lows- No. 2 white 72073c. No. 3 white Sunday at 2 o'clock. Cy Flannery No. 4 while 69 071c, No. 2 MADISON COUNTY sou nnd Miss Ida Sailor spent Satur 7lV4Q'72c, of Sexton Creek was here last week Ed flabbard, John Roberts and Jake yellow 70071c, No. 3 yellQw 69C day and Sunday with the Misses Ira 694c. No. i yellow 6869c. No. 2 OWSLEY COUNTY Dreyfus jlsliing. Reuben Helton went to E. flabbard of Hurley. All report a lino ev. Dreyfus. April mixed 701071c. No. 3 mixed 6969Wc, G. W. tint Maggie Anderson. Booneville Bernsladt today afcr a load of goods time. fleorge Bennett of McKee and mixed 6869c, mixed ear 72 No. Uooijcville. April 27. War is the Childcra tilled his appointment at Born last Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. 74c. 4white ear 72074c, yellow ear M. Hurley, Jr. i.ucy uuna-gi- n Miss Julia Callihan of Hurley wero for w. united in matrimony Saturday. We .principal talk around here at this I Ik; Baptist Church Saturday and Mall Whitmooro a large baby boy. 73 and Ida McDowell of Letter Box & 76c Its name is Thomas. Co, j, o,j infantry, K. N. ., Sunday. Hay No. 1 timothy I19.B0, standard were in this part one day last week. wish the young couple a long and prosperous lire. Lizzie McCollum j wno nru stationed here and com-an- d Mr. Bill Kelley, who has hail the timothy $18.60, No. 2 timothy 117.60, Miss Mnlllo B. Sparks returned clover Clover Bottom No. 3 timothy J16.50, No. Eva Johnson of Hooten were ,ianded by Cant. Wilder, are expoct- - home Sunday from Winchester mumps, is able to be out again. No. 2 clover mixed Clover Bottom, April 27. M. H. pleasant callers at Jake flabbard's ,.( to be called out at any time. They where she lias been visiting her Mr. (I T. Todd was in Berea Sat mixed lil'18.60, 1 I16.50W1C.75, No. clover $17.25, No. Smith has gone to Shirley, Ky. to- Wednesday afternoon. urday on business. all seem anxious to start and many uncle. 2 clover $16. day to llx a post olllce bond Tor NanOats No. 2 white 43c, standard others have asked lo join in case John F. Lunsford lefl Sunday fun Mr. Forest Dowden spent Sunday nie Smith. Mr. J. W. J. Hayes and Oouhlelick white 42W42'Ac, No. 3 whlto HMO.' there is a call. ('apt. Wilder is Ohio, where he will spend the sum with Mr. Sam Davis. 2 mlx- viife have been to Frankfort to see Mr. Jack Johnson spent Saturday 42c. No. 4 white 404r41c. No. D'Hiblelick. Farmers are very . banging close around homo expecl- - mer. ed 424tt43c, No. 3 mixed 41ttCT42c, Rev. James Lunsford nif-their son. Rev. Stewart of Phoenix, Ariz., and Sunday willi his grandmother, at present, -- feveral from this ing a message any minute. First No. 4 mixed 3V4O0c. preached al Cave Spring yesterday. pb.ee attended cm'i t at McKee Mon- -j Lieutenant Barrett will bo left here was the guest of Mr. G. A. Davis Mrs. Sullie Johnson. Wheat No. 3 red 9899e, No. 3 red Settle of Sand flap was called day. Mr. C. T. Todd spent Sunday ev 96 97c. No. 4 red K595c. Mrs. George Hillard and. for a fuw days to recruit up Hie last week. He was accompanied by Poultry Hena, old HVic. do light yesterday to see II. N. Dean, who js daughter, Martha, visited the form- - company to war strength which is Mr. Hudson. ening wilh Mrs. Mary Kindred. I4V4C. rooaters 12c, springers, 1 to IVi very sick at litis writing. John A. er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D.!l08. Lieut. Barrett has served three Mr. Stewart delivered three ser lbs 40c, do 1H lb and over 30(f32c; Smith of Shirley visited M. H. Smith Scabrous, from Thursday till Sun- years in the regular army and four mons while here. Kingiton winter chickens. Zft b ana unuer, over, of Clover Bottom, Sunday. Liltlo day. Floyd and Willie Callahan vis- years in this company of the miliducka, white, 4 lua Some of the children have whoop Kingston, April 27. Mr. Russell 18c; ducka, white, under 4 and 13c; lbs, 16c; Celia Dean has been very sick with ited their relatives at Hurley rrom tia and having an excellent charac- - ing cough. j Doty is very sick with measles. turkeys, toma, 15V4c; throat trouble but is some belter at Thursday till Monday. Miss Stella .ler through them all We think he Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pucketl aro the Mr. Jesse Wilson and family of ! turkeys, lb a. 13fi)l4c: yoiuiR hen turkeya, 9 nmlrr 8 I this writing. We aro v.ery sorry to Jones ot Goochland and Mr. John .will be or great service to his com- - proud parents or a hoy. Panola visited with Mr. R. II. Peters Ilia and over. 18c hear of the death of Dr. James Rose. Begley or flray Hawk married at the pany. Brice Dean and his son, Col- - Rev. James Liiiisford, who went to Sunday. Kkrh Prime, flrata 1814c, flrsti 17Uc, ordinary firsts 16Uc, aecondi Ida Abney has been tending to the bride's home Sunday. We wish tho ln, hnve been very low witli pneti-you- Eglou, Jackson County, to preach Miss Archie Maupiu is spending a 16 c. Clover Bottom post olllce for the couple a long and happy lire.jnionia but are better now. Mr. and Dr. James Rose's funeral, returned few days with her mother at LexCattle Shlppors $6.7508.25, extra past week. $8.35; Messrs. J. F. Dees and Harvey Mrs. D. W. Barrett visited Mr. and home Monday. butcher ateers. extra $8,100 ington. $7.2508, common E. C. Pucketl lefl for Hamilton last Thomas were calling at Perry Mc- - Mrs. Robert Wilson yesterday. They Maulden Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Powell wero 8.25, good to choice heifers, extra $8.15 to fair $5.7606.86; Mauldcn, April 25. Today and to- Collum's Saturday nigliL Dr. Jas. reported a nice time. The farmers Sunday to work. siting witli their son, Charlie, one 08.36, good to choice $7.5008.10, comThere will be a pie supper at day last week. mon to fair $5.5007.25; cowa. extra morrow are regular church days at Rase died Wednesday. He leaves a! of this place are very badly behind Miss l.ydia Young was home from $6.4006.75, good to choice $5.7506.35, Ml. (Jilead. S. A. Farmer, who has wife and four children and a host of common to fair $3.5006.60; canneri employment at McKee, visited homo friends to mourn Ii is loss. A precthe Normal Saturday and Sunday. $3.2504.25. Simpson ious one from us is gone, a voice folks for a week. Johnnie Mr. anil Mrs. Willie Parks of Hulls lloloKiia $606.85, extra $6.90 has tho typhoid fever. Married we loved is stilled, A place is vaRiehmoud spout Sunday witli Mr. 07, fat bulls $6.7507.25. Calves Kxtra $8.50, fair to Rood April 17th, at (he homo of tho bride, cant in our home which never can Curl Parks. Miss Lula Simpson of this place lo he tilled. God in his wisdom has reof this $708.25, common and large $508. Mr. Daniels, formerly heavy $8.8508.90, lloga Selected Mr. Raleigh of Heldelburg. Lena called, The Boon his love had given place, recently bought Iho property good to choice packers and butchen You all to Married, And though the body slumbers here, Cook is on the sick list. owned by Mr, Lincoln Lamb and $8.8508.90, mixed packers $8.7608.85 stags $4.6006.35, extra $6.4006.50, April lOlli. Miss Ella Cook of flray The soul is safe in Heaven. will continue selling goods. few you r. spent common to choice heavy fat aowi Hawk to Mr. Luther Howies of Miss Klizabeth Flannery $5.6007.60, extra $7.65, light shipper! ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Sunday with Miss I.eona Webb. $8.1008.60, pigs (110 lbs and leai) weeks. Send Card Rev. Owen Young preached at Mt. $5.6008. Gauley Tyner Clipped Sheep Kxtra $5.35, good to Xiou Sunday. Gauley, April 25. Farmers aro if you Tyner, April 25. Farmers aro once. Mr. R. It. Peter's children have choice $505.25, common to fair $3.60 very well up witli their work as sowing oats and gelling ready ror 04.75. the measles. Clipped Iamt)B Extra $7.1507.25, they have their oats sowed and aro their erops. Cy Howard or Jackson Mr. D. W. Webb is not well at this good to choice $6.75 0 7.10, common tc preparing their corn land. J. Mall County has bought and moved to writing. air $5.5006.60, spring lambs $7.50 Morgan and W. M. Bullock had this part. Mr. Thos. York or ConMr. Cam lowis had leu sheep 010. workings Tuesday and Wednesday way was visiting his sister, Mrs. HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager killed by. dogs one night last week. fleo. Robinson, last week. Messrs. No Htrtdity About It.' and both got lots of work done. Ml, and Mrs. Whitt Moody pent (leriild-.M- .v futber was 1111 old suit. Wedding bells were ringing in J. 0. Bullock and Jako Ponder wero Phone 7 or 1 87 Tinshop on Jackaon Street, Berea, Ky. Sunday witli Mr. James Turley and (lerutdhie-Tlmt- 'H Von arn a funny. Vaughutowii, Thursday, for Mr. Wil- - in Mt. Vernon this week on business. family. WANTED One Million People Sunday Schools of Kentucky May 3rd ck o East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else nil-da- ; j(vuv u'n Ru-fo- rd fSSSf - '8 itu, ;; Jf"0J LnfP ,ao' "'" ck rnUiwiliMn.l es 27.-R- tj.. t ij-Dr- . ng How about that Guttering of Yours? catch want the rain water cai for the next us a Postal want it repaired at Ty-no- Berea School of Roofing ruling fresh. (i,