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December, 5 1912.
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TOBACCO USER IS "IH WRONG"
In an article entitled "i'lghtlng The
Deadly Habits' In the October Ameri
can Magazine, Charles D. Towns, a
great expert In handling those who
are victims of alcohol or drugs, has
the following to say about tobacco:
"You can't talk to me about to
bacco. The tobacco user Is In wrong.
It undermines his nervous strength,
it blunts the edge of his mind. It
gives him 'off-days,' when he doesn't
feel up to his work. It always pre
cedes alcoholism and drug addiction.
Pre never had a drug case or an alco
holic case (excepting a few women)
that didn't have a history of exces
sive smoking. Inhaling tobacco Is
just as Injurious as moderate opium
smoking; and the same treatment
Is used to destroy the craving. There's
a plain fact that has a Jolt in it
for some of you smokers, I'd like to
train about a million men in this
country to Just say, 'It's tobacco! '
like that 'It's tobacco! whenever
they hear a man Eay he Isn't feeling
quite fit. A million people saying
'It's tobacco' every day that would
get us somewhere."
LEAKS ON THE FARM
The following Is taken from the
current Issue of Farm and Fireside:
"The littlo leaks on tho farm seem
"There Is the waste occasioned by
poor fences. Waste In both money and
time. Live stock will In an hour's
time ruin enough of a crop to more
than pay for a new fence.
"We find high-priced farm machin
ery unprotected and weather-beaten
standing In various places about tho
"If the housewlfo would set a $15
sewing-machine In the rain for an
hour, she would be branded as a
good-for-nothing, careless housewife,
and rightly so, but what about the
husband that leaves a $150 binder, In
the rain, sun; snow and sleet for
months, and the corn-plow where he
finished the last row of corn, and the
wheat-drill half full of wheat In the
corner of tho field until time to use
"Corn Is thrown to the hogs on
muddy ground, bushels at a time,
.1 i. 11 . j. i n .i
warm separator-milk Is poured Into a
leaky trough to the pigs, and the
greater part of It Is permitted to
soak Into the ground.
"Live stock Is not properly protect
ed In tho winter, and a greater a
mount of feed Is necessary. Hay
and other roughage is fed In such
manner that tho greater amount of
It is trampled under the animal's
"The average American farmer
makes money, communes with nature
continuously, Uvea in approved Ameri
can style, enjoys life thoroughly, but
think of his bank account being doub
led, Just simply by stopping the
A PROMISE TO MOTHERS
While drinking whiskey was the
fabhlon all about him, Abraham Lin
coln never forgot his dead mother's
request to closo bis Hps against In
toxicants. Once, when ho was a mem
ber of Congreos, a friend criticised
him for his seeming rudeness In de
clining to test tho rare wines provid
ed by their host, urging as a reason
for tho reproof' "Thcro ls certainly
no danger of a man of your years
and habits becoming addicted to its
"I meant no disrespect, John,"
answered Mr. Lincoln, "but I promis
ed my precious mother only a few
days before she died that I would
nover use anything Intoxicating as a
beverage, and I consider that promlie
a binding today as It was the day
I g3V0 If
"There Is a great difference be
tween a child surrounded by a rough
claat of drinkers and a man In a
home of refinement," Insisted the
"But a promleo Is a promise forever
John, and when made to mother, It
Is doubly binding, replied Mr. Lincoln.
THE ENGLISH SPARROW
"The English sparrow is a good
food-bird. That's all he Is good for.
In Scriptural times the sparrow was
used for food, and In St. Matthews
day two were sold for a farthing. The
Doiartment of Agriculture, In a re
cent bulletin, tells how to catch,
cook and serve them. This food use
may solve the problem."
The man who rides a hobby thinks
everybody else should travel his
It Is doubtful If a man who makes
a long prayer ever expects a quick
; An oath on the lip Is the devil's
The greater the house built on
the Band the more foolish the man
, who built It.
Isn't It stranga that the man who
can drink or let it alone, nevsr
Elijah did not depend on a com
mittees to build up the broken down
The man who never praises his
wife deserves to have a poor one.
1 KILKENNY CATS.
Doubtless you have read Dean
Swift's gentle satiro as to the Kll
I kenny cats?
j According to the veracious chronicler
two pugnacious felines met In fateful
conflict and, urged on by malevolence
. and fury, continued the fight until they
I ate each other up, leaving If one may
I add pun to humor nothing to tell the
tale save their two tails.
Historically the story Is true.
Scientifically there may be some rea
I son for doubting the details. One may
, wonder how, when they had eaten each
other's teeth, they continued to chew,
j or, having eaten each other's stom
One easily finds a parallel to the his
toric engagement of the cats In the
story of a famous law suit begun some
years ago by two Missouri farmers.
The difficulty began over the pay
ment of a part of the cost of a division
fence, only a few dollars being In-
I volved. That was twelve years ago.
I Today the farmers are still fighting
each other In the courts. As the law
yers have prospered the farmers have
waned. One has lost his farm and the
other Is heavily lnv61vcd by mort
gages. There Is a prospect the attorneys will
finally get even the two tails of these
Two politicians disagree. The fight
waxes. Today one speaks from the
stump and tomorrow the other answers
I through an interview. They call each
other names. Each Is injured by the
I other, because there are some who be
I lieve what each of them says. ,
Two merchants, competitors, become
personal rivals, then enemies. They
Injure each other by every possible
method, cutting each other's throats
commercially. The, war even gets Into
their advertising. .
Kilkenny cats again! I
Two neighbor women fall out about
the children, or the chickens, or what
not They wage mimic warfare. They
call each other names. Husbands are
Involved. The neighborhood and the
police courts know about the row.
The cats are at It!
Or two society women disagree over
some matter of petty precedence. They
set out to kill each other socially.
They resort to slander. Each Injures
the other because there are some who
believe the whispered words of malice
and reputations are tarnished or
Eating each other up!
There are fighting arenas other than
"warm! so vou can umdustamo rr
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Former Gov. Ueckham announced
! hs candidacy, Saturday, for the United
StaUct Scnatrt, to succcl Senator
It will bo recalled that Mr. Beck
ham, whlb Governor was a candi
date for the Senate, defeating Sen-
ator McCreary In a stato wide prl-
mary, and that the State Legislature
failed to elect him, four Democratic
vctes going to Bradley who has since
I Thanksgiving Day
i Amng Lj
i The Lumberjacks
REPARATION'S for the Thanks-
giving dinner In the lumber nosing through the leaves and select
camps of Maine begin early In Ing the choicest pieces of corn. So at-
.November. Traps for the rab-
bin, which form the principal dish, are
set In place and carefully baited.
Men who go to the lumber camps
about the 1st of October give up the
hope of having chicken or turkey or
goose with cranberry sauce on the last
Thursday of November. In fact there
Is not one mnn in a dozen who go
Into the woods for the winter, unless
he has a family In some small town.
who cares a snap for any other dish
. "a"'Ki"jB lUBU s a "
loned rabbit potple or stew. With the
trimmings such as only a cook In a
Maine lumber camp Is able to concoct
iuc uicai is inr inriu-r iuau some ox
the meals served In the big hotels of
The "cookie" for tbe first few days
in camp does little more than hunt out
the haunts of bunny and after locating
as many as are in reasonab e walklnc
distance of the camp proceed, with bis
PntPAHATIO.NS OCOISt SAHZ.T.
work of slaughter. Most of tbe rab
bits make their winter borne under low
scrub bushes of bard wood and hunt
for food under tbe dead leaves which
have been blown from the trees daring
tbe fall frosts. These mounds of
leaves are Just tbe place to conceal the
strands of wire and horsehair to be
used as snares, and It ls Indeed a wise
rabbit who can escape tbe trap.
A liberal supply of whole corn and
oats ls used as bait for tbe rabbits,
being scattered under the leaves in
close proximity to tbe snares. Tbe
Wire Is run for some distance along the
SERVICE BUILDING, FIRST STRUCTURE TO BE ERECT
ED BY THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNA
BIDS have been let for tbo Service Building, the first structure to
be erected upon tbo Panama-Pacific International Exposition
site. The structure will bo three stories In height and will be
occupied by tbe exposition forco during the building of the great
fair. It will be 160 feet square with an Interior court of 68 by 104 feet
Tbe environing grounds will be picturesque with flowers, fountains and
statuary, Tbe first floor will be occupied by tbo auditor, treasurer,
railroad exhibits, admissions and concessions, police, information, tele
graph and emergency hospital departments; the second floor will be
occupied by the architectural, mechanical, electrical and civic engineer
ing departments; tbe third floor will be used for blue printing, photo
graph and color studios. It ls expected that the building will be com.
pleted by the first of the year.
taken care of those rating for hlra 1
and about whos. election the shad- ;
ows continue to deepen as the years
The sentiment of the state seems
to be overwhelming for Beckham,
and The Citizen knows no Demo.-
crat that more Justly deserves tho
office at the hands of his party and
that Is more capable of serving the
people In that capacity.
tuftaTe OP (lie KfuiInTranil f rCfn at-
Uched to the strand of horsehair with
a loop and running noose In the end.
In this noose more corn or oats are
placed than anywhere else, and the
rabbit Invarjibly spends mnch time
sver a few kernels of tbo gram. It Is
while thus loafing over his food that he
aeets his doom.
After breakfast has been served In
the camp and the men have'-gone to '
their work the "eookle" commences his '
rounds of the snares. Never does he
have far to go from the starting place
to find one or more bunnies carefully '
(entire is the animal in his quest for
food that he seldom notices the ap-
proacb of the hunter or any one else
unless there be a dog In tho party,
And while thus eating tho hunter
crouches under some tree at the far end
ef the wire and at the opportune time
pulls the "string" which catches the
rabbit on all fours. After that It is
but ca,T work l0 dp,,,,;!, the anmal.
Tne trap L, thcn rebalte0. and the
"cookie" continues his Journey to the
next snare, and so on until he has made
tn, round. At the camp the rabbits are
oang nead down on the outside of the
camp, where they freeze and are kept
In mod condition until h A.r of ih.
telu, The nlcht Kpfor- Thanksclvlnr
1. ,JLj ?
tne animals are taken down from the
iff tDawed out a bit before tha trnn
K and thel? tSluTed Alt
t, t.i- .
7 -nd oXZ
vegetables and allowed to simmer over
a slow fire.
The dish when served with a side
uau ui uirsuiuu auu mug 01 ciuer
1-1. . 9 .1 I l . a
I r",h J"St ? blt 0f 00 ls, b8rU t0 I "'IT Church tho ministers were tin
oe watcn oy any culinary ar Ista. gerTants of tbe flock.
They were or
t Almost as good as the rabbit stew Is the pp, el)0M.n b tUeta b ,,K
he plum pudding, which the cook .tretchlng forth of the hand.
I LkeS pala t0 haTe extra B00d 00 I Many of the rcfonn.rs coveted the
Thanksgiving day and Christmas day. m accoriied tbe Catholic clergy
Unlike the pudding of that kind. It Is Tber dld not care (0 tcI tbe
, made with fresh bread, molasses and f.atloQ tbat itn word wag gUprcro0i ftn,
all the plums the mixture will stand, that Its ministers were merely its Ferv
It Is put in the oven early In the morn- ant. Others, rsnllzinu that thean tl
lng and allowed to remain until ready
to be served as a course with tbe
mince or apple pie. piping hot and full
of the elixir of life. I
Of course the baked beans must b
erred on Thanksgiving day, but they
re cooked Just a little bit better than
those doled out during the week. They
are served for breakfast The beans
, are picked over and the poor ones re-
moved the evening previous to Thanks-.
' giving and after being allowed to re-
main In salt cold water for a short
time are put In a big kettle with plen
ty of pork and burled In the ground on
a bed of glowing hardwood coals.
When one rolli out of bis bunk in the
morning, shivering Just a bit from tbe
cold, a big dish of the smoking baked
beans ls found on the table. Besides
the beans, there will be brown bread
such as citnnot be constructed In any
other part of the world, some cold
cream of tartnr btcults. molasses and
dried apple sauce. Bclden, there are
plenty of tea and coffee without milk,
but which Is good enough to keep out
the cold until enrly In tbe afternoon,
when the Thanksgiving dinner ls
It was not very many years ago tbat
woodsmen thought It necessary to have
a haunch of venison or moone meat for
tbe holiday's principal meal, but tbat
time Is past, and now It ls rabbit pie,
baked beans and old fashioned plum
pudding. New York World.
A Complete Answer to tha Query.
"Who Ordained Him?"
The Whol. Subject Clarified For the
Public Benefit Clergy and Laity
1 Unscriptural Term.
Albany, N. V..
Nov. 17. As al
ways, Pastor Him
sell got the croud
today. Wo reixiri
his discourse on
nation and Title
Very evidently It
Is a reply to nn at
tack recently tiinile
upon lilin by a Mr,
W. T. Ellis, field
editor of The Van
iinrnt, and rtllnn.
the "Religious Rambler." Ullla claims
that Pastor HumcII's ordination as 1 'un
tor Is fraudulent Tho address shows
that Pastor Russell fully understand
the situation. He fully Justified his i
sltion before his vast audience niitl
showed up tho "Rambler" editor In
the unenviable light of cither Ih-Iiik
Ignorant of the subjects tllicu.i.icd, or
attempting to deceive the public, lilt
text was, "Not of men, neither by ninn,
but by Jesus Christ and Uod the I'n
thcr, who raised Ultn from tho dead"
(Ual. I, 1). He sald:-
The time has come for telling the
people what the Htblo teaches respect-
w.u.uauuu iu .rBlu uuu iuv.nu.
Tbe aocMao of Apostolic 8ucce.lon
,art,?J ,D ,Ue tcmD,i cetltur' A- '
. . , ...
The bUhop" clalmcJ ,hat ihW liai1
Mme uthorlt' tDat Jmus aTC to
KSLd fiJJS.'.S C,Mm
ordained the Inferior clergy.
CMtt not ot two pnrl(1.
, .., ..i..i ...
I vitrti; uuu Miitj tivoun uiiaicti( f i
i ye are brethren; One Is your Master.
rhrt.t" lit !..! hw tl..' I II...
ties were unscriptural, declined to ue
them; preferring to be called pastor
. mt Illbte student associates, knowlnc
my objection to tho title "Reverend.
address uie as Pastor. I am the elrcted
pntor of the Brooklyn Tabernncle
congregation, and also of the London
Tabernacle congregation, nnd I fill to
see ground for criticism In this resp-ct.
nor do I attack Christian brethren who
accept other and unscriptural titles.
Must Paitora Ba Ordained T
Ordination Is necessary to tbe olllce
of n at or Tbe question Is, What constl
tutes an ordination to preach amongM
the people of !xl?
This ((tu-sllon tins received varlou
answers. The I toman. Anglican ami
Greek Churches, claiming Apostolir
Suct-eHslon. declnre that authorization
to preach mut come through thWi
apostJe'blxhopg. and have not nllownl
Protestaut ministers to enter their pui
pits until the Kplacopa liana, about n
year ago granted this concession. Ot
course. If their proiosltlon were cor
rect. I am Jnt as iinirli unordalned :i
all other Protenttint ministers and ti
Kach denomination at Its beginning
was opposed by all otbeni; yet each
taught tliut the clergy were separate
from the lulty. Only since tbe orpin
izatlon of the Kvongellcal Alliance
(lSllii hnve the different sects nl
Christendom nt-knowlcdged each oth
er's ordliintloiis Kach denomination
makes line of such ceremonies as ll
deems proper If. therefore, tho con
gregntlon of Christian believers in
Brooklyn mid l-oiidon ordain or np
point tne na their puor. It Is tliell
own choice what ceremonies. If ant
shall nttouiuiiiy that ordination. Who
can dispute t Ills T No Protestant tie
nomination, surely; for their own or
dliiatlons are on this very basts.
Tho subject of ordination seems to
have fallen Into confusion during the
Dark A tan. Ht Paul particularly cm
phanlzex the fact thnt he did not re
celve his commission as preacher and
Apostle of Christ from his brothel
Apostles, but by Divine authorization
This Is the Scriptural principle underly
Ing Divine Ordination to tbe ministry
No denomination claims that the or
dlnatlon of Its ministers either made or
kept them perfect All admit thnt
there bare been sad failures amomrxt
their ordained ministers. Neither
would they claim that ordination hax
given their ministers superior discern
ment of Divine Truths. On the ron
trnry. It bus Injured tbo clergy by
making many of them domineering
and lordly, contrary to the spirit and
teachings of Christ and the Apostles;
and tho laity by leading them to ron
elude that merely secular matters
should engage their nttentlon.
Tha True Ordination.
finally the Pastor showed the true
ordination to be the Impnrtntlon of the
Holy Spirit Whoever receives this
bas Hod'a authority to be Ills inn
bAssador nnd mouthpiece. Surti show
tbe work of the Holy Spirit regeiierat
Ing their uilndt and hearts, civ Inn
them Insight Into the Scriptures, and
inabllng them to tie (Ind's month
pieces, ministers of Ills Truth.
(Conducted by the National Woman's
CtirtatUn Tmprnc Union.)
SALOON IS AN EVIL BREEDER
Commissioners of Washington County
Rafuse to Qrant License for
representatives of a firm of can
tractors doing business for a western
railway recently appeared before the
commissioners of Pierce county, Wash
ington, to protest against Issuing a li
cense to a saloon in the vicinity of
their work, They stated that they
could employ a large force, many In
their crews being tho heads of lam
lllea, and receiving good wages; they
volunteered to pay tbo amount ot the
llcenso In order to avoid having liquor
told In tho vicinity of the work, at
they deemed It demoralizing to the
men and dangerous to have employed
on the Job men under the Influence ot
liquor Tho county commissioners
unanimously complied with the re
quest and refused to grant tho liquor jta.
license, saying they did not care topi
consldor any bonus for doing so, at
It was apparent to thorn that "tbe sa
loon would bn an evil breeder and a
The West Washington Whlta Illb
bon Ilulletln thua pertinently com
ments: "If tho above Is the deliberate Judg
ment of men representing large busi
ness Interests, why should It be tatd
that business men are afraid of pro
hibition? If the aaloon It good or do
tlrablo anywhere. It's good snd deslr
ablu everywhere. If It Is bad for men
building a railroad, It la bad for men
doing any kind of work. Why not
prohibit It everywhere and give peo
ple a sober chance to see that they can
lire without that abomination any.
where and everywhere. If tho whole
cation could bo sober for one whole
week, not a brewery, distillery or sa
loon would be tolerated ever again In
our borders as long as the world
NO PLACE FOR THE SALOON
World of Today Haa No Use for
Drunkard, Looking for Efficiency
and Good Health.
Intelligence and education are tha
great cnemlea of the liquor bablt
When a man dlscorers what alcohol
does to tbo Inaldo of the stomach and
to tha entire digestive tract bit en
thusiasm for drink wanes material
ly. Fifty years of temperance educa
tion Is bringing about results. Tha
old man who drinks liquor for hit
stomach's sake and boaata that It
makea for good health haa been rele
gated to the background.
The commercial game requlrea the
same clear head and steady hand that
count In all the aports, and the man
who undermines hit constitution and
reduces hla endurance by dissipation
cannot keep up the pace In the busi
Aa the world la organlied today is
hat little place for the aaloon and the
drunkard. It la looking for efficiency.
It demands health. Naahrllle Tennes
Out from tha hearthstone tha chlldrtn
Fair aa tha aunahln. pure aa the anoar
A llrenanl wronc on the crowded afreet
Walla for the coming ot gulleleaa feet
Child of the rich, and child of tha poor
I'aaa to their wreck through the dram-
Oh, ear. will they arer coma back aa
Fair aa the aunshlne, pure aa the enowT
Out frnm the hearthatone tha children
Taaa from the breath of a- mother's
Shall a father'a vote on tha crowded
Conaent to the anara for the thoughtleee
Ah, fathara, your lineal gold growa dim;
Illack from the mat of auch nameleaa aln;
Tou may pave tbe street with your chil
And light your waye with the price of
But. eay, will your dearest come back aa
Fatr aa the aunshlne, pure aa the anowt
Mary T. Lathrop.
Total Abstainers Win.
The American athletes who aston
ished the world by their wholesale
vlctorlot In the Olympic games at
Stockholm were trained under a rigid
system which eliminated beer and to
bacco as well as ttrong spirits. A poll
of the men themselves Is said to have
shown that practically the entire team,
Including all of the polnt-wlnnera of
Importance, were total abstainers, not
only while In training but at all other
Bald a bystander to a worklngmaa
tpeaker at an open-air meeting:
"When I have my beer I feel ttrong
enough to knock a houte down." And
the tpeaker retorted: "Through my
leaving off my beer. 1 have been able
to put two boutet up."
Ctrat for Its Children.
Maine takes care of Its children In
stead of taking care of saloons. Of
the three million child laborers In tha
United Btatet, Maine's proportion
would be 36,000. Mains hat but 1 400