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January 23, 1913.
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KHNTUCKY TRUSS ASSOCIATION.
A GOOD SUGGESTION
In a recent Issue of tho Mammoth
Cavo '.Magazine Is an Interesting arti
cle by Mr. Denny II. Goode entitled
"One Hundred Thousand Miles f
When reading this tltlo wo wonder
ed what It could mean, but soon saw
the point. Mr. Goode's suggestion Is
that Kentucklans contlnuo their re
putation for hospitality by planting,
along the one hundred thousand miles
of roads In tho State, beautiful simile
trees, quick-growing, alternating with
Irult and nut ttccs, to tako the place
of tho urld wtes along our country
It 12 a beautiful picture ho draws
of tho delightful coolness along the '
stretches of country road, hedged '
m by tno sturuy walnut, the grace
ful chestnut, the silver tinted beech,
the spreading elm, the massive oak
and the kindly apple tree.
The hospitality Is to come in two
forms: to tho traveler, the long
stretches of shado will certainly make
a hospitable Impression, and then
ho might be allowed to gather as
much as his pockets would hold of
apples, peaches, pears, cherries, plums,
grapes and all kinds of berries without
being considered a thief. Only when
he employed a basket or wick
would the law be Invoked to restrain
him. Again, the Kuropean custom
might be adopted. If ho Is a city dwel
ler ho might purchase the prospective '
fruit of the tree and tag It In the
blooming ttru?, and that tag would
he a warning to every other passer
by that Its harvest Is already paid
for and Is no lenger for common use.
This Is a cplecdld and generous
Idea It would prove a welcome gift
from this generation to tho next,
and Tho Citizen frankly endorses it
and will coopcrato In any movement
In that direction.
BISHOP USSHER AND THE
Tho chronological references found
on tho margin or many Bibles (thoush
not In nil) a.-e believed to have been
tho work of Bishop Ussher, a prelate
of tho Irish Church who lived In the
sixteenth century, and who was a
famous authority on Bible history.
Taking the year 1 A. D. as his point
of departure, he reckoned backwnrd
In Blblo hlstcry ns far as his re
searches seemed to warrant, nnd hla
calculations wero given, not as au
thoritative or as a part cf tho Blblo
In any senso, but aa helps to Blblo
fctudy. Tho Bible Itself fixes no date
for the creation, but simply taya
(In Gon. 1: 1), "In tho beginning God
created." Later revelations In tho
lorm of ancient monuments, Inscrip
tions, etc., havo shown tho fallacy of
Usshor's computations, and they aro
now generally discarded. Geology has
proved that tho antiquity of tho
world nnd of the human race extends
countless ngc3 back of Ussher'a fig
ures. Thero Is here uo conflict of sci
ence nnd tho Blblo, although many
havo so supposed. Tho Christian
LIGHTINBjTHE PANAMA CANAL
As the completion of tho canal
draws near, luteiest In tho vast con
struction work mergea Into a great
Aarlety of dotalla which will bo nec
essary to Its operation. For tho tint
time, says tho February Popular Me
chanics Magazine, In an illustrated
Article, two great oceans will ho
connected by un unbroken avenue of
brilliant lights, through which tho
world's commerce will pass, for thl3
canal will be In servlco every hour
during every day In the year. Llko
ttately sontlnelu standing at atten
tion, a doubl? lino of buoys, beacono
and lighthouses will enable the pilots
to safely follow tho zigzag courso fro 4
Atlantic to Pacific.
FINE SCHOOL BUILDIK6 FOI
No better evidence of (ho substan
tial nature of tho prosptrlty that lias
struck Hazard and Perry County could
bo given than Is furnished by th"
nnnotinccment that tho little city
In shortly to uiwo a flno 20,0O0.(3
graded school building.
Tho credit for this splendid under
taking Is duo to local Initiative al
together. Tho Hazard Herald In Its Issue of
January 9th, presents tho architects
cut of tho building along with a de
tailed description. Tho structure us
outlined would be a credit to nny
Gp'nt Ilrllalu is taking the bad
In the matter of tho caro of her
citizens, tho new national Insurance
net having goii" Into effect, recently,
Under this net, n bounty of thirty
chllllngs, or J7.C0, will be paid to tho
parents nt tho birth of every child,
as well ns a sickness benefit during
the period of tho mother's Illness.
My lottl, what hast thou done
Loo; o'er thy misspent years and
Sum up what thou hast done
And then what God hath done
A THRIFT SUGGESTION.
The slot machine, which In this coun
try everywhere la In evidence, la al
most unknown In France.
Because the Frenchman sarea hli
centimes one by one until he has
enough to buy a rente, a government
bond. It may not be for a large
mount, but there It Is. principal ana
Interest, to him and hla forever.
Wo as a people believe pennies were I
made for Immediate distribution. No j
eooncr do we get them, If we do Dot i
buy editions of the evening papers. Among tho many present day move
than we patronize the slot machine. . raents for tho uplift of humanity none
We must be rid of oar cents. flBuro moro lar6ciy Ulan lhe World s
" n,0t HVe,mVh Christian Citizenship Conference lo
ZfnafJVar b heIJ ,n on. Juno
chewing gum or candy or elgnr or , . '
drinking cup or what not which the f9 l Jul' 6- lyl3. wlll '8 command-
machines everywhere vend. Tho de- '"6 th! attention of leaders of Chris-
Ire la to disseminate small change. , Han thought nnd action the world
We are a nation of penny pushers. over. On tho program of this eight
We care nothing evidently for email , day Conference there are to bo nt
coins. "There are localities In the wewt least ono hundred of the world's
where the penny Is held In contempt.
All commodities, even the newspapers,
are 5 cent.
word a. the French understand It.
When the French government wants
money It needs only offer a loan ex
pressed In small denomination. In al
most every case the loan la oversub
scribed the first day It Is offered.
We spend our pennies; the French
save them and buy bonds.
In France every girl, however, ham. ,
ble, when married has her "dot. her
little marriage portion. It Is tho ag-
emmte of enreful snvlnp of small .
thrifty and the most contented people
In the world. With an absurdly small
holding of an- acre or two of land they
Wo waste more than we save.
Noting tho disposition of the average
American to push pennies Into slot ,
machines, a recent writer among ns
makes this suggestion;
Why not each of us own his own
Why not? ,
nero Is tho opportunity for reducing I
the high cost of living, or the cost of t
high living. Place a slot machine near .
your front door, so that morning and
evening an you go out and In you may
u til Ire your copper cents.
Think It over. Even If you do not
Install tho machine tho suggestion may
put you in the way of thriftier habits.
Quit patronizing the slot machines
and begin patronizing yourself.
Winds of ths Maditarrantan.
Prevalent winds In tho Mediter
ranean are tho cold northeast wind
called tho bora and tho warm and
moist southeast wind called the si
rocco. Tho bora occurs both In cyclonic and
antl-cycloulc conditions. In tho flrst
ense tho depression lies In the Mediter
ranean or lu tho Adriatic, and tho
weather Is usually rulny In the sec
ond chho tho bora Is tnca'ly restricted
to the coastal districts and Is very vio
lent and gusty. Tho greatest velocity
observed nt Trieste wns eighty-four
tulles nn hour. During gusts tho ve
locity exceeds 100 miles nn hour. Tho
Mrocco nlso occurs both In cyclonic
and nntl-cyclonlc conditions. In the
former case the rainfall lu tho south
ern Adriatic reaches nbuonnnl ntnounts,
nnd nenr tho gulf of Cnttaro one of the
wettest spots In Kuropo Is to be found.
The nntlcyclonlc sirocco, caused by
high pressure east nnd southeast of
the Adriatic, Is the more violent of the
two, nnd Is only occasionally accom
panied by rain,
"Do you know anything about hyp
notism?" nsked tho Huffy haired girl of
her friend In tho pink linen gown.
"Well," replied the llneu gowned one
as alio held up her left baud to display
a sparkling solitaire to better advan
tage, "you cau Judge for yourself."
Sentiment Is growing thruout tho
country In favor of tho reprnl of
,tho recent act of Congress, exempt
ing American coastwlso vessels from
Panama Canal tolls. Many urge tho
repeal, nt the snmc time declaring
that tho law Is not In conflict with
tho Hny-l'aunceloto Treaty, and main
taining our right to do as wo pli-nse
with cur own mntters. Another nrgu
ment Is that our coastwlso trade does
not need cuch a subsidy. Many other,..
A NEW TRUE LINCOLN STORY
In tho January American Magazine
Brand Whltlock, Mayor of Toledo, 0.,
begins a serlos of personal reminis
cences. Tho first article Is tntltled,
"A Uoj- and His Grandfather." Fol
lowing Is the story of an experience
with Abraham Lincoln that Whit
lock's grandfather had. It Is hard to
'conceive of a man being kinder nnd
' gentler to nnother than Lincoln was
In this case:
I "My grandfather, Mr. Urand, how
0er, did not go with his regiment
I to the West. Ho had been transferred
to tho Commissary Department, and
I ho remained with the Army of tho
i Potomac until the close of tho war,
iandlt was on some detail connected
! with his duties In thnt department
1 that, In 1S03, ho went Into Washing
i ton and had tho Interview with l'rvsl
1 dent Lincoln I so much liked to hear
i him tell about. It was not in tho
j courso of hls military duty that ho
I went to see the Comiiiander-lu-chlef;
i whatever thoso duties were they
wero quickly discharged at the War
Department, co that, In tho hours
of freedom remaining to him before
he went back to tho front, he did
what everyono likes to do In Wnsh-
lngton, ho went to seo tho Presl-
' dent. Hut ho went In no military cnti-
inclty; he went rnther In that polltl-
1 1 .
World's Citizenship Movement
ablest statesmen. Kvery organization
In tho world, and cspeclall) In our
own country, looking toward the up
lift of humanity Is -entitled to repre-
station in this world assembly
ready there are thousands of dele
gates appointed to attend It and
c-ther thousands still are certain to
be nppolnted. Fully twenty thousand
are expected to bo In attendance.
Aniong the- problems to be discussed
at tho Conftrcnco nre peace and War.
i,ltcn,IM,ranc0 socialism, Capital and
The cutler's expression for a
Pood walk and talk, meaninp thr
with a snap. Thomaston pocket
for their walk-and talk but also
i. isiiiic, Buy ii unu
talk, and work. zAt the Co-operative
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Peculiarity of Cholera.
Cholera was first recognized by the
Portuguese In India aa far back aa
the middle of the sixteenth century.
It has the peculiarity of following a
well-denned route, with a profrtM
Juat equal to that of an areraf Jouf
My 00 foot.
of Canal Toll Bill
however, take tho view that tho Inw
la In ronfllct with tho treaty nnd
thnt the bt way to rid ourselvso of
the humility which Is sttro to follow
irf to speedily repeal the act. This
sentiment Is rapdlly growing lit Con
gress, nnd there Is but little doubt
thnt tho law will bo repealed. Or, if
not, thnt tho mntter will bo taken be-
foro the Hacito Court for nrliltnitlrm
where It Is generally conceded wo will
tnl capacity ho bo much preferred to
the military, and ho went aa to tho
chief he had so long known and lov-
ed nnd followed
"It would bo his old friend Chnso
who presented him to tho President,
but their conversation wns soon In
terrupted by tho entranco of tin tilde
who announced tho nrrllnl in the
White Houso grounds of nu Indiana
regiment passing through Washing
ton, which, as seems to have been
tho case with most regiments pass
Ing through the Capital, d-mnnded a
speech from the President. And Lin
coln compiled, nnd us he rose to go
out he nsked my g'tuidfnther to ac
company hi in, nnd they (ontlnued
their tnlk on tho way. Hut when they
stood In tho White Houso iortlco,
nnd tho regiment beheld the Presi
dent and saluted him with Its lifted
cheer, the aide stepped to in) grand
lather's side, nnd miieh to his thn
grin for he had been held by the
President while ho finished n story
told him that It would bo necessary
for him to dtop a few pnees to tho
rear. It was a little contretemps that
cmbnrassed my grandfather, but Lin
coln, with his flue nnd delicate per
ceptions, divined the whole situation,
and met It with n Limitless which
was so great n part of the humor nnd
h iimnnm-sa In him. In' Kavlni"
"You see, Mr. Urand, they might
not know which was the President.'"
I.ibor, Immigration and Immigration,
Prison Iteform nnd Social Service,
The Social Conscience nnd Personal
Character, Child Uibor, The Claims
f Delinquents and Dependents upon
Society, Political Corruption, The
WeOKly Hest Day, I.aws Affecting
Family Life Including mnrrliige nnd
dlvore?, and tho Helntlon of Public
Kducatlon to Morality and Hellglon.
World plans aro to bo adopted for tho ,
solution of the&o nnd other problems '
of their kind. An authentic thUtory
of tho attltudo of the different coun
tries of the world nnd their govern
ments towards these nnd other prob
lems Is ulo to bo prepared and pre
sented at this Conference. A speclnl
effort Is to be mode to present tho
attltudo of our own country and ita
government toward nil such problems.
Tho data thua 8"ctired together with
tho addresses delivered are to be
printed for general distribution. I
good pocket knife is that it has a
hlnrfi will rW. o o
and jack knives not only are noted
for their workini canacitv: the v cut
uc nannv. inomiiion knivtt willr
Store, or your regular store.
Novel Reading and Intellect.
"One who reads all the new novels
an't be aald to have literary taste,''
says the Philosopher of Folly, "y0o
might aa well boaat that you had aa
Intellectual feast when you had calvaef
hralna for supper,"
The whole office sat up nnd took
notice when lleglna O'Kane camn to
fill the vacant Job as prlrate secretary
to tho manager. Hie chief clerk
bought three new ties that same
afternoon. The Junior mombor of the
m,t ptnk In his buttonhole and
. '"P , , ?Ta
ed the mirror In the clean towel and
1 soap cabinet on the wall of tho outer
j office. Two of the errand boys wore
'"covered In the storeroom polishing
th,lr ,hoe' and ,he n""'8,,,I1t butT
iubvvu un ins uonni. .tnugiuyi aim
he a married man' Even the girl who
was the telcphono operator took on a
worried look and tended her threaten
ed laurels anxiously. Tho two steno
grapher Indies, being hopeless In the
lino of personal pulchritude nnd alto
gether out of the running, occupied
themselves with verbal shafts.
Altogether thing took unite a
change In tho ottke, and life from 9
to f acquired an Aildi-il zest, llefore
long, howeter, there n a perceptible
change In the manager's literary
stylo. That In to nay. his correspon
dence, nlwnys so conspicuously well
composed, his Kngllsh vnch n pattern
of excellence, his vocabulary so richly
vnrled, suddenly dropped Into the coin
in on words of one syllntilc st)le.
I "Whnt the deuce is the matter
with Woodson's tetter lately?" re
marked tho vice president, as he
casually scowled through tho filet.
I "He writes tike a second reader"
I "He does seem to have taken to
the slmplo II fo as regards vocabulary,"
agreed the President. "Sort of
turned vegetarian as far ns lan
guage Is concerned. Ilnnlihed all the
t strong meat of composition, as It
were. Hut have you remarked the
Improvement In his disposition? No
more grouches and em - not so many
J visits to the cafe downstairs, eh?
"Mighty good-looking girl that new
stenographer," the V. P. remarked,
Irrelevantly, Incompetently and lav
The otllco went on bnsklng In
Reality's smile for a few weeks longer
I and then a slight ripple occurred,
owing to the vice president being an
altogether unsusceptible person with
I One beautiful blue Monday morning
when the manager was late, the vice
president dictated a letter to the fair
Heglna. "You may take It directly on
the machlno. Miss O'Kane," quoth
he. "it Is only a short one."
"Gentlemen (Got that?!
"We have yours of the 10th Inst.
As you say. It may be an Idiosyncrasy
" (A what, did you say. Mr.
Dlggar?)-- (I said an Idlo you spell It
with two s's and only one c. Go on.
please.) "An Idiosyncrasy on our
part to consider a scheme which
seems chimerical (No, not kl,
but chl. Go on.) "chimerical to us,
The consensus of opln (What?
No. It's sen not cen what was I
saying last? O, yes.) "The consensus
of opinion In our office Is that there
Is not one scintilla of reason In the
(I said scintilla -s-c-l-n.t) O. I
say, Miss O'Kane, I'll Just write It out
In longhnnd and you can copy It." I
Mr. Woodson Is nlwnys satisfied
with my work." began De.iuty, iwal
.h" ev ult, I,, ,?
' "?."' . '..?. 7
ninnrv .nrAtnri... 1,. n ...1.1
uiiia j p v. v. 1 i nn 1 v mcli 11 atitu utiu
the other day that after all, simple
words were the best. In fnct ho used
to write his letters full of long ones,
but he always changes them now to
short ones that he says are more '
direct and to tho point, It's better
for every one, he says and If you
think - "
"No I N don't think. Thank you
very much " And the V. P. bolted
from tho room, leaving Beauty water
ing the typewriter with her tears. t
When the Manager arrived a little
later the V. P. called him In end told
him about It.
"I see It all now, plain as day," he
said, "She IS lovely, but suppose I'd
tried her on innuendo' nnd 'psycholo
gical.' Hay, put an 'ail.' In tho papor
quick under Help Wanted Female
and get ono that can apell. Nevor 1
mind tho looks. Giro this ono a
week's pny and have her fired she's
"Mr. Blggar," began tho mnnager In
Arctic accents, "Mr. lllggur, you may
savo yoursolf the trouble of doing so
unpleasant a thing. Miss O'Kuno
will be leaving nt the end of the weok,
to bo married, sir TO ME!"
Philippine Gold Mines.
In 1907 the amount of gold mlnod
In tho Philippines was 4,540 ounces,
and up to Juno of that year 1.C01 lode
claims and 533 placer claims had been
filed, Hllvcr Is as yet practically a
negllghlo quantity (83 ounces mined
in I'JOTJ. All tho Iron yet produced
conies from ono fumaco (436 ahort
tons last year), and tho methods are
A New Napoleon Statu.
Gen, Nlox recently discovered In the
Stato statue repository a bronze
statuo of Napoleon I, by Seurre, of
which tho Invalldes only possesses a
plaster replica. Work was couuneno
ed In tho courtyard of the InraJldea
on the removal of the plaster statue,
which was to be replaced by the
bronze original. Pari Pre.
Only a Few Times.
"Only a few time more for theco,"
we say to ourselves. "Of thoaa tow
aged veteran some will surely b
gon nut Memorial Day."
(Br R. O. flEM.Erifl. Dlwtor of Er
nln Dprtmfnt Th Mucxlr Utble In
stitute of Chlcsco.)
LESSON FOR JANUARY 26.
CAIN AND ABEL,
LEMON TEXT-OVnMls 4:MJ.
aOI.DKN TEXT "Whoaoovrr lintsth
tits brother Is a murlfrr." 1 John J:14.
In duo proems of tlmn and In
obedlcnco to God'a command (Gen.
1:2S), Kto bora Adnm two sons, each
a very different typ of manhood.
Mothers ought to ponder upon tho
words of Kvo, "I havo gotten a mnn
with tho help of Jehovah," Parents
should rcallzo that It Is Ood who
aends them their children, e. g., by hla
help, and It Is to him thoy must giro
nccount for their nurture and up
bringing. Upon reaching manhood
ono, Abel, becamp a shepherd, and
tho other, Cain, became a farmer. Tho
dlfferenco In their characters, not their saaaw
occupations, Is Illustrated by tho sao- plll
rtflces thoy brought to offer unto God.
Although It Is not recorded. It Is
highly probablo thnt Ood hud com
manded that there should bo an offer
ing of blood, Sin had entored tho
world and we are told In Hebrews
and 10 10. 30, that only by
tho shedding of blood Is there any re
mission of sin. Tho blood atonement
may be repugnant to some superficial
thinkers, but It Is not In tho sight of
God. It Is God's way. It can be
traced In the early traditions of nearly
Tho fundamental fault was really
In Cain and not In his offering. Had
Caln'a heart boen right he would havo
made a proper sncrldcn that would
have been acceptable In God'a sight.
I. John S: 12. We aro told that Abel's
offering was of faith. Heb. 114. and
henco It was a more excellent sacri
fice than that of Cain, for "without
faith It Is Impossible to please God."
The firstling of tho flock, tho lamb,
was a type of that true sacrifice of
fered before tho foundations of the
world, John 1 29 There Is anothor
fundamental difference between these
two offerings Cain's offorlng repre
sented the labor of his own hands
and wns much moro pleasing to the
eyes than that of Abel
God's disrespect for Cain's offering
was duo to sin. vv 6, "Sin crouch
eth at the door" Hern sin Is pictur
ed aa a wild beast lying at tho door
nnd ready to spring upon him who
first gives entrance God dealt In
mercy with Cain, even though he did
not accept of his offering, but Cain
did not conquer the sin crouching at
his door and thereforo tho terrible
From the marglnnl reading (It. V.)
of verse eight and also from the Sep
tuaglnt wo gather that Cnln Invei
gled Abel Into tho country, having de
liberately planned to wreak his von-
gennco upon him. It being Impossible
to do so In the placo where the aac-
rfico hod been offered. Caln'a anger,
not only against Ood, but against his
brother whom Ood had acceptod, la
evidenced today by tho way tho world
hates those whom God nccepts, John
15:19. Cain slew Abel because his
own works hnd hern ovll and thoso of
his brother righteous,
The Old, Old Question.
Ood gave Cain an opportunity to
confess his sin (v 9). Sen I. John
11:9. As passion subsided Cain
"snw," and "heard," eve'n though h
lied while trying to escape a Just
punishment. God'a startling question
has been ringing down through theso
ages, "Whero Is thy brother?" Broth,
urs are being wronged, oppressed,
cheated! nnd defrauded, Brothers aro
being lost for whom Christ died, In
dustrial oppression, "man's Inhumnnl;
ty to man," nnd tho "blood of right
eous Abel," shnll be. Is being, nnd has
been required of tho nntton, tho nge,
yea tho individual. Cnln saw his ll
1 wns detected nnd so tried to excuso
himself, Millions havo repented hi
, weak excuso, "Am I my brother's
j keeper?" And God has thunderod back
the reply, "Yes." Wo aro debtors to
Tho penitence of Cnln was not over
his guilt, but rnther over tho degrco
of his punishment, vr, 13. 14. Murder
I always demands vengonnco. Note,
I however, the marginal reading, "mlno
Iniquity Is greater than can be tor
given," Thank God wo havo a media
tor of a bettor covenant, Heb. 12:21.
Cain madn a mistake In assuming that
God could bo localized In ono plnco
and that ho who must beconio a wan
derer In tho laud, "tho first colonist,"
would of nocesslty bo separated from
Qod's protecting enro. Thero was tho
added fear of himself being slain;
"how doth consctonco mako coward
of us all."
Wo thoroforo seo In this lesslon, I.,
The Sons, vv. 1 2; II., Tho Sacrifice,
vv. 3, 7; III., tho Slam Brother, vv.
810; IV., Tho Sontonco, vv. IMS.
For tho youuger puplln cmphaslm
Jealousy and Its developments. Tho
fact that wo aro keepers of our broth
ers aa we dual with tho sins of tho
day. The missionary appeal can welt
be emphasized In connection with this
lesson. Tho development of habits
from the aeod thought comes logically
In this connection. But bo aure to
emphasize tho mercy of Ood and sal
vation through tho Blood of the Lamb,
our Lord Jesus Christ.