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The Citizen BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUARY D, 1011 Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with modera knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XII. One Dollar a year. No. 28 SALE We are on the Job NOW YOU GET BUSY The Biggest Sale WE EVERj HAD THE NEW YEAR'S CALL "Ring out the old, ItlriK in tlm new; King out tho fnlHn, Ring in tins true." The Biggest Bargains YOU EVE Rj BOUGHT SALE STARTS With these 1! ties from Tennyson no mnrk tho panning of 1010 ami tho diiwn of 11)11. They may bo taken not only an our recognition of Fatlior Time's birkh-dabut as expressive of tho spirit with which we face tho future and part with the pHst. We are ready for the new and welcome it tho ne had not grown tired of thaold, and ue ore more that ever ready for the true because we are more than ever tired of the false. Hut we lire not expecting that all the false will perish with the year that is receding Into the past. No, no. We hnvo never no much as drentned of anything like that. We do expect, however, lo see lens of tho false and more of the true. Our hope, our faith, our experience lead us to expect that.. Last year was one of tho best e hnve ever known. That is personal. Out wo bel teve it was the very best the world has 6ver known. Yes, we could mention much that was had, very bad, discouraging, positively disheartening, if wo had a mind to; but then no year ever witnesned bo many buoyant forces challenging tho bad, grappling with tho bad, and disputing its power aud right and often defeating it. Verily, there were many evidences of the "Peace and good will among men." But Hih new year is to be still better. How do we know? That is where our faith comes in. That is whal our experience dictates. Have we not seen the gathering momentum of the good? Is there anyone who has not seen itf y FIRST DETERMINE TO SAVE You may be planning various things for your progress and advancement during this new year. The most important of these is for you to determine first of all to save. A snug bank account will serve to give you confidence and free your mind from worry, thereby enabling you to devote your entire attention to bringing your plans to success. $1.00 will open a savings account with this bank. Saturday, January 7 th R. R. COYLE - Berea, Ky. NEWS "Ring-- out tho false, King in tho Iruo." OFJHE WEEK IN 0UB Jffl STATE K, P. A. and Good Roads Congress Election of Senators In Many States Plnchot Undaunted America to Louisville's School Muddle ConBlame For Floodi in Europe Death vention of Tobacco Growera A of Hoxsey and Molttant Continue Poetic Governor and Kentucklan Fight Against Trusts. To Discuss Educational Conditions. A GREAT GATHERING UI TO THE LEGISLATURES The moat Important event In KenThe legislatures of a good many states will meet this week and next tucky- during the past week Was a and a number of them are confront' Joint jBoetlng ot tho K. P. A. and ed with tho problem ot ibo selection tho Good Roads Congress at Louis-vlllTho editor ot Tho Citizen wua ot tholr slato's representative In tho upper houso ot Congress. The Indiana presont as a member of tho Press Legislature will probably elect John Association and carao away thoroughW. Kern tho democratic successor ct ly convinced that Knctucky is enterthe prusent Republican Senator, Mr. ing upon an era ot great progress Boverldgo. Minnesota will possibly Industrially, Intcllocutally and morally' Mosos Clapp a Itcpubllcuu, On pago 3 of Tho Citizen will be but Ublo will elect a Democrat to suc- found somo account of tho meeting ceed Senator Dick. Tho chances seem of tho two associations, and next week to favor Ur. Atleo Pomcrono of Can tho full text ot tho address ot Mr. ton, and, a stated elsewhere, thd T. Y. Ford on tho need ot revising result Is much In doubt In Tennessee. our tax laws delivered before tho In California a deadlock Is predicted Press Association will bo given, and but It la llkoly that tho progressive possibly tho address ot Mr. Harry Republican, Judge Works, will bo Somcrs on tho road problem. o. ct "Ring out" and "Ring in." Action is demanded commanded. We are already heeding the comnnnd. We have long been heeding it. These are imperatives. For years Ihej have furnished the iron for our will. Heeding them we have been committed to all the program of the good, and now nilh the naifaie still raging between the good and the bad, the true and the false, we are eager for the conflict we rejoice in the opportunities offered by the new year. This too is personal. But isn't it more than personal f May we not claim this same spirit for every number of the gieal Cili7n ftiniilj ? Net so much as that, possibly, but for a large number of them, surely. And may we not picture thtm as a great bripsde Hatching into the battle field of the new yenr, the enemies of the bad, the allies of the good, each equipped for the fiay in his particular ejLere, in her particular sphere. And what are the spheres r There are but four Hie home andtht school, the church and the slBte. "Feed my lambs" the home and the school. "Feed my sheep" Ibe church and He slate. Feed but fight "Ring out the falso." Nourish but defend "Rinc in the true." elected. 1'OSTAL 8AVINGS DANK A number of Postal Savings Danks thruout tho Union began opciation Tuesday In fulfillment of tho retho only town cent law. Mlddlesboro In Kentucky when) tho system Is to bo tried at presont. Deposits cannot bo madu lor a bum less than ono dollar nor for a larger sum than $100 In any ono month, and certificates take tho placo of bank pass books. An interesting feature of tho law Is that money deposited In a woman' namo cannot bo Interfered with by 1 LOUISVILLE'S SCHOOL MUDDLE Tho first act of tho recently elected school board ot Loulsvlllo was to dlschargo tho present superintendent, Professor Mark. Tho board did not dolgn to glvo any reasons for Its action and tho rosult was tho stirring up ot a muss between the partisans ot tho board and tho superintendent who sought to hold his position by a restraining order from tho courts. The decision of tho court, however, w.xa In favor ot tho Bcbool board and Prof. E. O. Holland has been elected to tako Superintendent Mark's placo. TOIMCCO CONVENTION A big convention ot tho tobacco growers ot tho stato Is to moot In Lexington today. Tho convention is a result ot tho failure of tho 1910 pool and seems to lndlcato that thoso who wero opposed to tho pool have learned when It was too late that thoy sacrificed their own Interest and tho intorest of tbo crop In general. It Is thought now that tho only solution ot tho problem is tho agreement (Continued on fifth pigc) her husband. UNDAUNTED Notwithstanding tho white-washin- g ot Secretary Dalllugcr and some uncomplimentary reference to his activity against Dalllnger, former chief forrester 1'luchot still shows himself active In tho people's Interest, tor In a brief presented to President Taft on Juu. 1st Mr. Plucbot urges tho President to cancel Immediately tho Cunningham-Alask- a coal claims. Ho contends that tho records In tho cado abundantly show that tho claims an Illegal and that tho claimants l.avo conspired to defraud tho government. AMERICA TO 11 LAME Tho post was a bad jeur in Europe It will bo marked off from Its many predecessors by Its many lloods, wash-outand land slides. In fact there nro almost no parts of tho continent that havo not Iwen tho faco of great difficulties and tho careful way In which classification Putting Each of I20O Students in the and assignments havo been made. I Right Place. heartily congratulate both tho students and tho school officers. organize. It Is an enormou3 task to Tho long Illness of Prof. Ellis has a school ot over a thousand students. I upset somo ot tho school arrangeEach one must bo examined, and pi. ic ments, but It has been met surprised In the right class and tho right ingly well. Prof. Ellis Is still a very dormitory room put where ho will tick man. Ho has tho prayers and do best in every way. It lakes time, good wishes of a host ot pupils and great business ability. patlcnco, and friends. Treasurer Osborne, Registrar Marsh, Wm, G. Frost. tho deans and others have worked night and day. Doubtless they made TO STUDENTS NOT YET HERE somo mistakes, but they havo certainly succeeded better than over before. Quito a number ot young peoplo Wo actually had 658 studsnta regisU-r- who have planned to bo hero are still cd, Tuesday night, before tho first day detained by tho bad weather, or of tho torm. This Is 157 moro than ut tho necessity of completing their tho samo time last year. school teaching. All such should let This has been dono largely by hav- us know when they are coming. If ing atudonts hero In tho fall fix their you havo engaged rooms they will classification for the 'winter beforo bo kept for you. If you havo not leaving for tho Christmas vacation. engaged a room send in your dollar This saved tlnio at tho opening if and engago ono AT ONCE. We havo tho new term and gavo a bettor secured a few extra accommodations, chanco to tako good caro ot new stu- - ' mostly at a slight advanco in prlco donta as they arrived. To mako stu- - abovo our regular rates In Collego dents attend to theso things at tho buildings, but these will soon bo end ot tho term somo fines wero de- - taken. Como on, you who havo set creod for those who wero negligent, your plans and faces toward Berea. or who lopt tho cards so carefully Ford tho streams, bravo tho difficulfilled out for them. If any fines wero ties, get tho education that Provi-doncollected from thoso who wero not has placed within your reach. Dut do not como unless you bcliuvo really at fault I .shall bo glad to look Into tho matter at my office J In tho good conduct that Uerea stands hour after chapel any morning this for. And do not como without letting wook. us know In advance, for you may find Rut I am highly gratified at tho yourself with only a corner to stand promptness of tho students In coin- In and without a plate or a bed. Yours for a big year In J911. ing In through tho storm, and at Wm. O. Frost. the largo number who havo como In ORGANIZING BEREA'S ARMY ce JbBBLBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW REV. MILFORD H. LYON GOSPELJVIEETINGS Rev. Milford H. Lyon Every Night in 'College Chapel, Beginning Friday, 'Jan. 6. preacher, and great music, and a fellowship of all who are trying to lovo God and their fellow-me- n such a meting Is a feast to thoso who are) already Christians, and It Is lltso the finding of a fortuno to thoso who havo boon "without God and without hopo in tho world." Plenty of peoplo hereabouts can tell you that Lyon Is a man Mossed ot God for leading such a meeting. Make your plans to bo present every night. LETTER TO THE EDITOR The word Gospel means "good news." The big things that are possible for human beings aa children of God, forgiven, taken into his caro and training, used as his helpers in spreading Joy in the world this is good news. Tho trouble Is, we do not think ot these things. Wo nro so busy nbout other things good things, perhaps, but far less important that wo neglect and mlsa tho best. A protracted meeting, with a great "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE" We Little GUARANTEE to save you 10 PER CENT on your year's supply. we both make money. Covington, Ky., Doc. 27, 1910. Mr. J. P. Faulkner, for protructod seasons during tho year water soakod and wutor logged, and fear Is being expressed fur tho 1911 crops owing to tho water soaked condition of the land. But tho strung part about It all la that tho blamo la laid upon America, tho distinguished scientist, Klunmarlon of Paris, saying that It Is duo to tho destruction of our forests. FOUR MOKE H1RD MEN DIE On page two an account Is given ot tho death of two Paris aviators on Wednesday, tho 2Slb, hut last tho your was not suffered to end until two moro had been added to tho list, and two of tho most distinguished, Molsant and Hoxsey. Hoxsey had Just set a now world's altltudo (Cuntluucd on filth Every time you trade at WELCH'S Come up and things soon grow to large ones, WHY NOT begin saving the DIFFERENCE today? we will start you on the right treck. to every dollar. Hundred cents Editor ot Tho Citizen, Berea, Ky. Dear Friend: Permit mo to express my appreciation ot tbo copies ot your excellent papor, sent mo some weukb ago. When I read your editorial on "What tho Editor thinks about It," I said, "Tbcro Is at last ono editor who sees with the rkht eye." When I read tho second editorial on "Our Dobt, our Indictment," I said, "Thank tho Lord for an editor Uut can soo with both eyes." nt The article on "Results ot tho Election" Is ono of tho best I Ro-co- sixteen ounces to every pound. I Welch s havo read." I wish you personally and your piper great success. As ever your friend, P. T. Kelley. Cooking and Conduct. Igt ) There Is a closer connection between cooklus and conduct than U often admitted. Page Two THE CITIZEN TWO FLYERS KILLED AVIATOR LAFFON AND A PAS9EN' QER DIE IN MAKING FLIGHT AT IS8Y, FRANCE. January FIRE TAKES TOLL OF LIVES Dead Ten Flat Swept by Flre-TInjured, 8ome Fatally Others Mlsitng. wo 5, 1911 The Citizen 1 family ntripapsr (or all that U rich', trua and Interesting. Fubli'.liM ttery T.ut.Uy t Brrta . Ky. DEREA PUBLISHING CO. (InrnrpnntlMl) SCHOOL DAYS 1 P. Faulkner, Editor and Manage Subscription Rntoa FAYABUt IN ADVANCX DROP OF 250 FEET IS FATAL Victims Are Found Lifeless In Mass After of Wreckage of Aeroplane Accident to Craft In Midair Thousands Sea Crash. Thru ! Mi Month m Tr Month! fix M or Kiprtm Monrjr ad money by Pot-ofllc- r tw Ordrr, U'lt, RcfUtcttd Lttttr, at try aa. Misting nnmtxrt will ba gladly supplied If wt ara notified. Una prunlmnt etiaap with new mbwrlrtloni ad prompt renewal!. Send for mmluro Uit. Liberal Irrma given to any who obtain new abecrlptlona for ua. Any one lending ua four yearly eubwiiptlona ran rccleveTtie Cltuea free Whlmttlf for one year. Adtertlelng raleaon application. IJUtTCCKY mp. due after your mmi on lthI thaws to datt your uWrlfllo" l paid. If It la not rht wilhla thtct wctka aflar rcniwil btnrnl Th timud kivin PRESS or ASSOCIATION. ncld up threo De women and robbed them. Two nail files nml a powder-raconstituted A hignwaymon troit oils reward. costumes will bo needed Aviation next season, and every dressmaker knows such costumes must l.avo elastic necks. ts One way to conservo the pine Is to adopt Iron or steel as the foi-cs- proper material for telegraph and elec- trio light poles. A young couplo was married In an auto running at 60 miles an hour. This was marrlago In basto and no doubt a real Joy ride. A poets' union has been organized 1) Now York. Only poets who can write poetry which nobody will understand are. to bo eligible. Kansas City now bars fireworks Next July It will doubtless issue a recommendation that people buy their Christmas presents early. Ono of (ho dnring aviators boasted because bo crossed tho Delaware in on aeroplane. What would George Washington say to that? eral penitentiary to cost is to be built at Atlanta. There tcr as fast as Evidently wo are not growing bet wo should. A new fed $3,000,000. Is said to be a craze In for things American, even American slang. But most American slang Is nothing to go crazy about Eu-rop- o Whilo it is truo that an aviator has flown from ship to shore, yet people nro not yet clamoring to bo rescued from shipwrecks by that method. Prof. Knox of tho Seattle Mental In stitnte, says that if a person will think it strong enough, ho will livo forever Wonder how soon he expects to die. In conscqucnco of s cabbage crop, will bo in no danger of a sauer kraut famine, and rejoicing Is germano to tho occa slon. Pennsylvania, tig A Long Island Judgo has ruled that $8,000 a year Is "plenty for tho education of an- girl of 1C." Some of the - girls win ;?gard him as a mean old thing. Tho Panama canal gates will weigh C0.00O tons. It will bo some Halloween stunt for tho international bau hoy to bang them on a neighbor's fencn. A Virginia rmcn is jpable to rcmcm " ber his own name. He ought valuable aa a piofesstonal Juror or s dummy director for Borne of tho big trusts. It has been demonstrated that small children like rag dolls better than ex pensive kinds of dolls. At their ten der age the price tag has not got them bluffed. A man fell three feet last week and On tho same day a fcroko his neck man fell a mil In an aeroplane ant) Pedestrians should was not Injured. carry aeroplanes. When men have succeeded perfectly In swimming liko a fish and flying llko a bird, thorn will remain foi mankind to emulate tho basking It flro of n salamander. San Francisco points with pride to tho fact that she has threo suburba with a combined population of more than 200,000, and In that respect beats nny other American city exropt New York. Undo b'am wisely believes that the woman who can afford to spend thou sands abroad for Jewelry and gowns can also afford to pay the duty on them. fcomo with which to dazzlo tho folks at From tho later returns It would seem that the common pcoplo of England do nut scaro at "American dollars" much werso than tho nobility do. They cannot tako them Quito to enthusiastically as tho titled element, they get them In much smaller amounts. o M. Paris. Aviator I.affon and Paula, wcro killed Wednesday when monoplane tbclr passenger-carryinfell from a height of 250 feet soon after they had Btartcd from Issy on trip to Ilrusgcls and return. This is the first serious disaster to aeroplano In the a passenger-carryinhistory of nviation. Laffon had set out to win tho prlzo offered by the Automobile club of Franco for a round trip to REBELS AT THE GATES. tho Belgian capital within 36 hours. Laffon and Paula set out shortly after dawn and a big crowd cheered Are Battle Imminent Fortifications them as tho propellers began to hum Raised Christmas Growing and tho great aeroplane aroso. Stronger. Laffon sent the machine In an eastapparenterly direction nnd It was Puerto Corlcz, Honduras. Troops ly working perfectly. Before he had from all nvailablo jnists niv being congone far tho motor began to miss fire centrated In Puerto Cortes to resist and' tho car wobbled through tho air invasion by revolutionary fortes from at times In an alarming manner. the Hornet, the vow! of tho Itonlll-Suddenly those who were watching follower, which In exported within 21 saw Laffon fumbling frantically with YESTERDAY AND TODAY. hours to begin its attack. the machinery as tho motor stopped. Tho garrison of 300 men, which bail A gust of wind caught tho wings and been prepared for n bombardment r the machine turned over while LafVESUVIUS AND QUAKE ALARM moro than n week, .ib augmented by fon and Paula clung to the frameIN BLAST r.ovcral hundred mure soldier, and ail work. Tho aeroplano swept downward 15 KILLED companion- fame In from dltlon.il with great velocity and crashed to VIOLENT SHOCKS AND POPENING Tegucigalpa. the earth, pinning both men beneath to work OF CRATER CAUSE PANIC. They wcro Immediately the wreckage. TWENTY OTHERS ARE INJURED strengthening tho town fortWrntltitM Los Angeles, Cal. Rivaling the IN BOILER EXPLOSION AT Kind-habreastworks nlmm achievement of Chavez in hurdling the Timid Peaianta Flee From Vlllagea and the PITTSFIELD, MASS. the water fnint. Swiss Alps In an aeroplane. Arch and Tourlitn Fear aa Lava Hoxscy winged his 'flight northward declare (Jen. Loo Christmas Appears. the will bo powerful ontmtdi to win over from Domlngucz field, circled FEET many new loa! troups to the must peak of Mount Wilson, BODY IS HURLED 200 Naples. Earthquake shocks fol- ei tho iv hols took n look nt tho Carncglo observalowed tho opening fo Ml. Vesuvius' tory which Is perched on top of the Accident Occurs at Ice Plant on Shore crater, spread alarm among hundreds 5,S00-foo- t peak, described a number of REFUSED SUITS. of Lake Morewood Cutters Reof Americans and other tourists graceful sweeps and circles 4,000 feet spond to Call of Firm for Workera spending the winter In southern Italy. above the crest of tho mountain and Tho earthquako shocks wcro from east Oklahoma City Recognized By Suand Are Badly Mangled. returned to Aviation field after a flight preme Court as Capital. to west and aro thought to bo a conof two hours and thirty minutes. tinuation of those which rocked the According to tho statement of aviaPlttsfield, Mass. Tho lives of 15 Guthrie. Okta. The Mipremo eourt tion officials, ho traveled 100 miles. workmen wcro obliterated Thursday southwestern part of Oreeco twenty has rocognlr.tl Oklahoma fits its tie' hours earlier. Through the night VeTho barograph which ho carried on and 20 men wcro injured by tho excapllal by refusing to recolto his machine registered an altitude of plosion of a boiler at tho plant of tho suvius boomed and great Jets of steame tie facto filing In the otllco of the clerk and molten lavn spurted from the cup-ilk- suits for 10.005 feet. company two Morcwood Lake Ico crater. Temporary altars havo of tho court here. State Auditor Los Angeles, Cal. Arch Hoxsey of miles south of this city. been set up by tho timid peasants, Trapp has stated that nt present ho the Wright team of aviators Monday Almost tho cntlro force of Ico harwill not move the records fro.n his ofbroke tho world's record for altitude vesters. Including many Italians and who havo left their villages. fice In this city. Catania. Flames and smoke here when ho attained a height of foreigners who reported for work In to pour forth from Mount Etna, 11,474 feet and accomplished tho feat answer to tho company's advertisebut as no lava Is being emitted there World's Cotton Supply. galo that wrecked LaIn a ment for men, were sitting around the Is no fear of n disaster, and the peoNew Orleans. Secretary Hester' tham's monoplane and kept cautious boiler warming themselves when the ple aro enjoying tho siectucle statement of tho world's vMble supaviators to the ground. explosion occurred. ply of cotton shows the total visible London, England. No news has idenNine of tho victims have been BEN PITMAN PASSES AWAY as 5.29S.979 bales, nrlrtt come of the fate of Cecil S. Grace, tified ns follows: William Dunn, enaviator who dis- gineer at tho plant, thirty-fivbales last week. 4,9G9,31C bales list the American-boryears appeared in the fog Thursday while old; Edgar Allen, nn employe, twenty-eigh- t Father of Shorthand In America Dies year, anil (1,437.375 ba'es year before attempting a return flight from last. Of thU tho total of American at Cincinnati After a Proyears old; John Raymond, carCalais, France, to Dover. It is feared penter; Leo Fernandez, employe; Marlonged Illness. cotton Is 4.2S3.979 bales, ngalnst that he fell into the North sea. A tin Smith, employe: Wyatt Moore, embaleJ last week and 3,J00,3IG fleet of motor cars was out to search ploye; George Ward, fireman; William Ron Pitman, broth- blaso last year. Cincinnati. the cast coast of England, while war- Pepoon, Elmer Eldredge, laborers. er of Sir Isaac Pitman and l ships scattered along tho shores known throughout tho world as tho It is believed that most of tho uniFin Bug Suspected. tho North sea swept the waters with dentified dead wcro foreigners. The founder nnd Inventor of the system Annapolis, Mil. Four lives within wireless Inquiry concerning tho air- Injured were taken to tho House of of phonography which bears his three weeks, all npparenlly of Ineoii-illarman. Mercy In ambulances summoned from name, Is dead at his residence. Mr. origin, have rntiBoil uneasiness Plttsfield. Some of them cannot re- Pitman has been sick about a year ntnong residents. Flro broke out In nnd nt tho tlmo of his death his nn unoccupied building, ileatntylug the INDICT ROBIN FOR THEFT cover. The boiler was used In furnishing two daughters wcro with him. Mr. htriicture anil a talilo owned by power to haul tho cakes of Ico up tho Pitman was born In Trowbridge, EngGrand Jury Find Bill Against Chief Inclines Into tho storago house, and is land, July 24, 1S22, and In his earlier Mayor Strange. The naval academ) lire brigade asstftPtl In subduing the Official of Northern Bank of said by tho officials to have been In days was associated with his brother blazp. All the tires thin far have New York. In tho development of shorthand. Ho perfect condition Wednesday, when It broken out In unocruplcd buildings. is undoubtedly tho father of short-ban- d was tested. Tho boiler bouse was New York. Tho grand Jury handed wrecked by tho terrific biast, which in America although his brother In Search of Health. down Thursday an Indictment against hurled debris and human bodies Is generally accredited as the preservJoseph a. Robin, whoso financial through the air. Ono body was blown er of tho original system. New York. foon nftor the first ef transactions are alleged to be respon- 200 feet, wbllo tho cylinder of the tho year Mayor Caynor will go to the sible for the closing of tho Northern boiler was found In a tree, a hundred Fouth or sotithwrnt In search of health bank of New York and its nine feet away. The victims wore all hor ELKINS TO SLEEP ON ROOF It has been understood that his phybranches. sicians have trld him to keep awit ribly mangled and identification Is West Virginia Senator Will Try Open from SL Jarnes, his country home Tho state tanking department has dlfllcult- In Effort to ReAir Treatment assumed temporary charge of the because tho salt air has a bad offei t gain Health, Washington Savings bank pending Inon ills throat, which was Injured when LAWS vestigation into its condition. Robin TOO MANY HALF-BAKEho was shot. Washington. In an effort to Is president of the savings Institution. recover from the Illness which has It is expected that the depositors of Illinois Attorney General Says Assem Record for Distance Flying. prostrated him for months. Senator the Northern bank will bo paid In full, bly Pata Meaningless Acta That Hue. France. A new world's record Stephen II. Elkins of West Virginia Is but no definite statement as to the Cause Endless Trouble. to try tho open air treatment. He will for distance flying was established In bank's condition is expected for a fortbrave tho rigors of wintry nights, M. Maurlco Tabiiteau, who htaved night, at least, pending an examina111. Springfield, Illinois Is not sleeping out of doors In a compart- cloft 7 hour and 45 minutes, In which tion of the bank's accounts. M. hampered with old laws, but ment built on tho roof of his K street time ho coverctl 3f!2.fif; miles. and meaningless acts, passed residence. Senator Elkins has been Tnhiitenu is u competitor for the A TRAINMEN GIVEN RAISE "y the general assembly cause endless confined to his bed for weeks and his Mlrhcllu oip, attached to which Is trouble. This Information Is contained lack of recovery has caused his fam4,000 cash. Fifty-On- e Railroads Give Conductors, In the biennial report of Attorney ily much concern. The outdoor bedGeneral Stead, which was submitted room Is to bo comfortably fitted and Baggagemen and Flagmen Ten Mils Macon Is Spontor. to Governor Dencen, will have rather the appearance of a Per Cent. Increase. Ditto Rock. Ark. Miss Macon, The report also contains sugges luxurious bedroom than a sleeping daughter of Representative Maeoti. ol tions and recommendations which will tent. Arkansas, has born selected iik uprm Chicago. After a month of negotibo sent to tho general assembly next Mir for the battleship Aikausas, which ation the conductors, baggagemen, week. YOAKUM HAS A CLOSE CALL is to bo launched nt tho yanl of thr hrakemen and flagmen employed by repealed, amend "Laws arc enacted, Now York Shipbuilding Co. at Cam CI western railroads were Thursday ed and reconstructed In bewildering granted a flat increase of ten per profusion," tho report says. Head of 'Frisco System Attacked by dcu, N. J., on January I cent. Javelins While on Hunting "Schemes to regulate and In many Expedition. Dynamite Kills Three. The Increase affects 7G.000 mem- nstances revolutionize the courts, pro bers of two organizations, the Broth- fessions, different occupations and Enslcy, Ala. A dynamite explosion Galveston, Tex. Col. D. F. Yoaerhood of Railroad Trainmen and the various departments of state govern- - kum had a narrow escape from In the tunnel being constnicted by the Order of Railway Conductors, and nent, are worked out over night. serious, It not fatal, Injuries from wild Tonncssoo Coal, Iron and Railroad Co. will cost the roads an added expense rushed Into type under title of an en- - Javelins whilo on a hunt on King's caused the death of three laborers. og $5,000,000 a year. tctlng clause and Introduced as bills ranch In southwest Texas. The quick A part of Canada will bo affected Iho next morning. From these and work of two ranchmen nnd expert Lots Is $100,000. by the ngrcement. tho management perhaps other causes has resulted a hunters, who rodo to Yoakum's aid I'hllllpsburg, Pa. This town was and employes of tho Canadian Northjonglomerate mass of legislation and killed threo of tho animals as by fire and property valued at ern being represented at tho confer- which Is Inconsistent, amblglous, often they boro down upon tho head of the visited $100,000 was destroyed. ence. meaningless and sometimes vicious." Frisco system, saved him. Fatal Railroad Wreck. 8laln; Wife Held. Farmer Dletz Bonds Are 8lgned. Johnson to Fight In Paris. San Antonio, Tex. Ono passenger, n Laurens. 8. C R. A. Hamilton Ia Crosse, Wis. Bonds for John F. .Tames A. Hall, of Kansas City, was Paris. it waB announced Thursday roung farmer near here, was found hat Jack Johnson, the heavyweight Dletz of Cameron Dam for $22,500 on lead at his home Thursday with his ihnmplon, has accepted tho offer made tho Indictments ngalnst him not pre- killed, livo persons wcro serloni-lnnd'ft scoro of others wore lead almost completely severed from tome time ago of $25,000 to comu to viously provided for were signed hero ho body and n bloody ax at his side, ?arls In April and fight the winner of Thursdny by a half dozen Bangor busi builsed when a San Antonio & Aran 1'ftna passenger train was wrecked tts wife Is held by tho authorities. ho match betveen Joe Jcanettc and ness men. The bonds were negotiated tiisPcttus. at Langford. by Myra Dletz. Jam Board Rule for Spokane. Senator Lexow Dead. Spokane, Wash. The commission Gen, Smith Seriously III. R. F. Doherty, Tennis Man, Dlea. New York.-For- mer State Senator orm of city government war, adopted Chlcuiro. den. John Curson Smith. London. Reginald F. Doherty. elder n Spokane Wednesday by a majority 'nrtnnr lieutenant coventor and trnan. of tho brothors of ho famous English Clarcnro Lexow. who was Chairman of if 2,327. Many women wcro regis-ored- , the fntnous "Lexow committee," irer of Illinois and perhaps tho most tennis team, died hero Thursday. Ho at his homo at Nyack, N. Y. died s but only about Mr of them ildoly-knowAmerican Mason In the had been In for some HI years old. l,ctow was 'oted. ;i time. tofiu, itf cnucaiiy Ill g g $30.-000 t p-rock-ribbecon-tlnu- o e D half-bake- d two-fiftha St. Paul, Minn. Two tle.nl. threo dying, nnd 1U other Injured, Is tie loll of it blare that converted the Coti cord Hat into a ch.iriml bowe. Tho dead: Joaniiotto Wllfonl, 35, liody found In ruins; Anna Enl, 25, died at tin hospital. Fn tally Injured: Alls Enl, younger sister of Annn Enl, thing nt hospital; Anna Lyehtcnhoht, foil on face Jumping from building. Ton others were moro or less badly Injured. Tho btxly of tho unidentified woman won found In a Hat occupied by It. who Is lit the hospital. A broth-rand sister arc reported nmotig tho missing. Tho loss tin tho building and contents Is citlmatcd at $20,000. Tho where the flro occurred is In habited mostly by poor people. r CLEANEST OF ALL CITIES Files and Other Insect Pelts Are Ab' lent From Bad Nauhelm, Germany. Not tho least ntnong tho ailvuntngrn offered by Nnuhelm Is tho almost complete absence of tiles and other Insert pests. There nro no fly screens In Hail Nauhnlm. According to ft writer In the Post Crailiiato they ore kept so clean, that the "typhoid fly" finds comlltlotia unfavorable for brooding and an campaign also Is carrlctt on between seasons. During tho winter (Ilea sock cornern of cellars and attics. Tho authorities In Nauhelm havo a municipal ordinance which ennbloH thorn to destroy Iho fly peat by attacking It at this time, llovernmrnt employes nro sent Into uvory building In tho town to burn out nil corners In which fllcn Thoso measures might take refuge. aro very successful. Tho place llkowlie affords nn Interesting proof that this dangerous null sanro does not movo far from Ita In Frlodborg, nt breeding grounds. typical 111 paved, dirty European town, less than two miles away, tho fly pvit Is every where In evidence, lteautlfiil walks In great vnrloty ira to bo found leading In nil dlrectlonn through the neighboring hills. From tho mountains, too, tho Ufa. a lively; little stream, runs down through tho town nnd cnrrlos off the waste wnter from tho baths. No sowngo or filUt Is nllowod to defile It and consequent; ly It retains all tho charm of u cluan country brook. The town Is well fowitciI nnd Blip; piled with excellent drinking water from the Vogolshurg mountains. 3(1 The fine, clean gravef miles away which Is freshly applied each ear to tho sidewalks and pathways koeps the place practically free of dust, ami no hlllbonrilM or similar nuisances nro permitted to dolare tho bonuty of tht streets. The general noto or strict elennllneks Is well exemplified In tlia town reliDoIs. TURN TOWN INTO ORCHARD Chicago Alderman Would Have Cltlea Plant Peach Treci Initead of Shade Trees. alderman thinks It would a good plan for cities to plant fruit trees Inttend of shade trees, and' hu wants Chicago to try tho experiment. Ills Idea is to havo tho fruit! trees planted In every possible place, as be expresses It, "Along tho streota and parkwas. In email parks anil. In fact, pretty nearly every spot that Is controlled by the city" Tho nlderman has discussed tho proposition with tho city forester, butj that olllclal li not wholly ennmorcd of the scheme. Ho la afraid that tho fruit dropping from the trees would, mako a lot of dirt. Tho alderman believes that question need not bo considered. "Iiccnuio all the fruit would bo eaten." Ho probably Is right about' that The chances nro that it would lie eaten before It matured and that would bo ono kcrious objection to establishing a municipal orchard. Fond parents who liavo In mind tho distressing experience of "Johnny Jonca and his sister Sun" In eating tho "jieach of emerald hue" would view with alarm tho prosiect of turning A Chicago bo tho town Into n peach orchartl. It is to bo doubled if tho alderman's, well meant plan meets with any grcnt degree of popular favor. Primarily tho trees planted In streets and parks should bo shado treca, Fruit trees nro not well adapted to this purposo. In tho first placo many varieties do not grow to a sufficient size und In tho next place they nre not of tho required hardiness. Any ono who ha ever seen an abandoned orchard In the outskirts of n city or town can Imagine tho fato of fruit trees such as tho Chicago nlderman In advocating. All tho police In Chicago could not protect such trees from the ravages of tho imnll boy, though they gavo their cntlro tlmo to tho task to the utter neglect of all other police duties. Ixjulsvlllo Courier-Journal- . Uni'ghtly Spots Breed Crime. In Hclgluin tho municipal authorities hovo recognized that one of the factors of contentment is q satisfied eye. A plcusant aspect, a beautiful sceno, will often calm a ruffled spirit. Thoy know that the foulest crimes are committed in dronry, unkempt quarters whoro surely tho oyo moets noth-in- g to attract It. Charlos Dickens choso tho most unsightly cornora at tendon for the evil deeds of some of his criminals, while others played their parts mldit surroundings that wcro bleak and forebodlug. When he bade us laugh, howovcr, tho scenes were pleasant, cheerful and comfortHo knew that tho loathsomo ing. croaloros of naturo haunt tho dark and slimy caves and grottos, whilo tho noblo nnd beautiful nro found whero nature Is at her best. It Is tuts lesson from naturo'B book which many European municipalities learned, una now they vlo with bao each other In creating thu City Iloautlful. knowing Unit Its Influeuco upon tho mentality of the monies g W0Bt i January 5, 1911 KENTUCKY CITIES. All Municipalities THE CITIZEN FOR GOOD ROADS. of 5,000 Show Calm, Except Maysvllle, Over 1900 Has Largest Pero Page Three ROUND ABOUT BETTERMENT OF RURAL SCHOOLS X THE STATE - Bill to Be Proposed for Small But Great Good. Tax NEW YEAR OUTLOOK General Situation Bears Marks of Im provement and Shows Elements of Strength. G. Dun Now York.--I- L weekly review of trade said' Co.'s Most Forceful Presentment of Conse quences of Strong Drink and Dleat-Inof Temperance. centage. Frankforl. 1'opnlatlnn statistics for titles In Kentucky of orcr 5,000 Inhab itants, for 1910 census, aro as follows! City. Louisville Covington Lexington 1910. 223.92S 53.270 nr;.09' 30,30'l 22,700 10,011 11.152 10.16.', 'J.4 1 0 9,173 S.CW 7.305 7,150 0,973 0,683 0,111 5,910 1900. MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY 20l,73i 42,9I 20,239 28,301 19,110 13,180 10,27: 9,4 s; 7,280 8,220 6.800 4,1 n: r,,9r,i 0,104 fi,332 0,423 Prof. William K. Ashcraft, In an artlclo appearing In tho Sunday School TAX VALUATIONS. Times, entitled "Tho Saloon," nil ot Owcnsboro which Is well worth reading, gives (he Henderson Property Assessments Raited and following bit of Interesting history: Frankfort More Taxes Will Da Collected. The most forceful presentment of Hopklnsvlllo the consequences ot drink and tho Ilcwllng (Irceti or tho Ashland FrnnkforL Tho copying blessings ot n tern pern to life that C county assessor's books for this year's Mlddlesboro havo soon camo to my desk a fow nKcnmcnt of property In the city of Winchester months ago in tho shnpe ot a llttl Krankfort has been completed by Cir Dayton book giving a parallel study In heredity. Its title Is cuit Clerk lien Mnrshall for County Hcllovuo and Clerk Crawford Lee. Tho total as- Mnysvlllo the author Is Dr. A. E. Wlnshlp of Doston. Tho story Is that of two fam1,0$ I sessed vnliio of city property by tho ayfleld ilies tho ono notorious and tho other shows a substantial oiunty dfuu-M1.003 arls increftKO over List year's assessment. noted. Tho one Is the family of Jukes, 4.2S5 5,120 )anvlllo a name given to a Hollander who came Tho total nssensed vatuo of city prop- IHchmond ' 5,310 4.0.' Expected. Heavy Dividends to this country nnd settled In the state erty loot year was $4,198,901. ThU Tho financial situation as a whole Is ot Now York something like two cen year tho total Is 11,41.1,777, an CITY SUES FOR DACK TAXES. improved, and tho prospect of tho turies ago, while tho other Is tho famof $244,816, which will prmluco heavy dividends and disbursements ily of Jonathan Edwards, the groat taxes to tho county of over $3,000 In Would Collect More than $130,000 duo January 1 imparts greater brisk New England theologian and preacher excess of last year. From Distilleries and Wareness to tho strictly Investment mar of colonial days. Tho city assessment of this prophouse Company. Jukes was ono of thoao follows such. ket erty Is considerably larger, reaching as Is usually conspicuous about sa Iron and Steel. nearly IIto million and a half. to Frankfort. City Attorney Frank M. Existing conditions In iron and loons, who got drunk on any occasion, Dalley filed suit in the Circuit court Btecl contrast sharply with the bright would swear Innocently and tell a SOMEBODY MUST PAY. city agalnat tho Kentucky Dis for tho prospects In cvldenco at this time a dirty story In a way to mako tbo boys tilleries & Warehouso Co. for back year ago, when most producers had laugh. Ho was not regarded as Frankfurt. About J 1,000 must bo taxes on storage accounts alleged to good cxamplo, of courso; and being s paid cither tfiy tho state of tho sufficient ordcra on hand to insure full havo accnied whllo the warehouse anywore parties company had Its main olllces here tically second In tuberculosis and operations for several months ahead. thought worse to hlmsolf than to of Ixiulsvlllo who one else, he was held as 1o tho Injunction suit restraining tho On tho last day of their At present, however, mills and fur Louisville. ho total amount sued for Is J 16,297 third In blindness. whatever that may moan. Jukes sheriff of Jefferson county from col- with a C per cent penalty and 8 per meeting the editors talked shop but naces arc working nt only about 00 married and becamo tho first progeniOld School Law. t lecting taxes on tho little. They discussed public questions per cent of capacity, and in certain tor of a family of about 1,200 persona, cent Interest, which would bring tho Under tho old school law we had tho industry dullness is Importance to tho Itirreaso In tho valuation of property total up to a llttlo over 1130,000. three district trustees, Instead of one, and matters of vital good government, branches of This applies particularly most of whom figured In tho criminal pronounced. In that county. Stato Auditor Frank These nro the wimo storago accounts as now, and it was stated on seeming state. Good roads, records of Now York. Somo of them I. James sent a letter to Ally. (Sen. upon which tho county of Franklin ly good authority that there were nvc good schools, better educational faclll- to the pig iron division, where restric- becamo thieves, some murderers, output has not prevented ac many ot pay for brought suit several mouths ngo and of Ilrcathltt nsklng who should them paupers, and many of thousand of them that could neither tics for all Kentucky. These woro the tion things they resolved to get for the cumulation of stocks, so that fresh tho women becamo prostitutes. The tho 15,000 po.ilal cards and 90 new for which Judge llleatt gave Judgment read nor write. In order concessions havo been made tax .ooks required. It Is contend In favor of tho county. family has cost tho Btate of New York We have In a very large number of state. What Is News!" one of the sub to stlmnlato demand. ed that if tho warehouse company caBes the old barrel stove, generally In court trials, and for maintaining; whlsky-Rtoragjects on the program, brought out acrounta cracked, with a long pipe offering ASSESSMENT RAISED. owe9 on its Dry Goods Quiet. thorn In poorhouses, asylums. Jails and for tho years named to the county. It more or less free cscapo of deadly much discussion. or over It was a seasonably quiet week In penitentiaries, $1,250,000, tho gases, in tno com oi winter mis Klliabethfown. Tho city board of also owes It to tho city, nod Tho simplification of tho cash book (he primary dry goods markets, with $1,000 each. supervisors has completed tho equal suit filed by the city. The Edwards family, on the other stove, usually placed in the center of was the subject of au Interesting talk values well sustained, but still gonerLexing izntlon of the city proicrty. Tho city tho small room, frequently red hot. by Samuel Judson Hoberts, offollowed nlly closo to or below the cost of pro hand, reached the number of about nssessor listed property to the amount FIREWORKS CAUSED LOSS. duction. In cotton goods curtailment 1,400 persons. They becamo famous burns tho children sitting near, and ton. In tho discussion which all the members of tho association cf production is generally believed to as college presidents, governors ot of $796,5C7. Tho board of cquallza freezes those more distant 1lon raised tho amount $23,805, mak Thousands of Dollars Worth of Prop bo Inevitable after the turn ot me states, Judges of courts, congressmen. The water supply, often Insufficient, joined. A Joint session was hold with the year, when present contracts expire. members of legislatures, railroad pres ing tho total valuation of tho city erty Burned. sometimes brought long distances In idents, merchants, lawyers, doctors. J2tt,372. Yams rule steady, but quiet. the old rusted and battered bucket, Good Raids Congress. preachers, teachers, farmers, etc. Thoy IHchmond. Flro damaged the con open to all the dust and atmospheric Leather Dull. filled places of usefulness bnd conGro Impurities. Then the rusted, batterc DEPOSITORS SECURED. tents nnd building of tho STREAM TO DE STOCKED. Trade In leather Is dull, and few tributed to the uplift ot society la cery Co. to tho extent of several thou single dipper to servo all the children tales havo been effected outside of every station ot life. And the only deStockholders Will Realize Small Frankfort When tho government sand dollars. For a short while an en and they often carelessly drlnkin-onlodds and ends that are being sold at generate of the 1,400, if he can be stocks n stream with fish It asks that tire block was threatened. Small Amount Will Reorganize. water, the balance be van of the low prices, although some sales of rated as such, was Aaron Burr, Jurist, Tho entire front of Uio store wax lng thrown back Into the bucket for Mime effort bo made to protect tho at very low rates arc United States senator and vlce prosl-den- t, they can propagate nnd lined wltl fireworks for the holidays. later comers. Is It a wonder that F. llaniey, stato upper leather tlsh until West I'olnt. J. Is no change to rewho fatlod to reach tho presiI'ayno nnd Kcvcral Tho fire originated from a spark which schools arc closed by outbreaks of ank examiner, held a consultation reported. Thero conditions, tho marI.. hatch. dency by only ono electoral voto. The port In footwear mo- - ., i..,....,,-- ,. other sportsmen nave been interest Ignited the fireworks, nnd In a fow winniImr couch, measles with the olllcers of tho Kentucky and ket being 'inlet and featuraless as Edwards family wero all producers ot Sir. lug themselves In having Klkhorn re monts time several hundred dol'ars fiCarlct fcver tonsllltls and kindred Indiana bank, recently closed. wealth and contributors to the genHarney advised the stockholders of the heretofore. stocked. He received assurances tint had been consumed In tho explosives, iroublcs? eral thrift of society. They were the bav0' no hesitancy In expressing old bank to call a meeting and go Into a supply would bo sent next summe; reports of which were heard for sev- j Now York. Uradstreet's weekly let-t- products of tho beneficent influences oral blocks. The lives of tho firemen mj. BtronR MM tllat many lf not a liquidation. of education and religion. said: were consiuerauiy cnuanserou uuriiig JarB0 majority, of those troubles have will Depositors In the defunct bank STOLE FOR HIS MOTHER. But Jukes and his family wero prod- Business failures In tho United explosion of huge cannon crack- - ,h.,r inPini,,ncv tho in our mothod. or get their money, but the stockholders Stales for the week ending December utcs of drink and Its accompaniments, Frankfort. Because of the modesty ers and they could not aproach tho rather want ot a sane method, In will probably not receive more than 2V were 210. against 271 last week, of tho baser tendencies ot a promiscuof Cov. Wlllson. ho failed to give out building until tho bombardment had lighting, heating and ventilating our 10 per cent after the affairs of the 2&7 in the like week oHOOO. 299 in ous and aimless society. Thoy wrecked tor publication a pardon be granted subsided. present small, Illy prepared schoo' Institution wero settled. not only thomsolves but sapped the 1908. 1S5 In 1907 and 220 In 190G. 1). C. Wiggins Is proprietor of tho Dr. J. V. Frewltt. president of Uie on (Mirlslmafl to as n Christmas presbouses. Business failures In Canada for tho wealth of tho public. In get son grocery. Several people who wero in ent to Harry Smith, of Louisville, There are comparatively few of our defunct bank, has succeeded This parallel study of the tendencios week number 35, which compares with tenced to tho penitentiary for two tho store when tho fire broke out hnd rural school buildings that can bo con- ting sufficient stock subscribed to start 27 last week and 22 in tho correspond-weeof drink on tho one hand and of educa way, vearH lor obtaining money under false to make their exit at the back tion and rollglon on tho other .which verted Into sanitary and healthful a new bank. Tho now bank, it Is said last year. pretense. Smith explained to (Sow duo to lire hating them cut off from structures. 1 think every dollar ex will tako over tho best paper caniei: havo gono over all too briefly, hasWheat Export. Wlllson that ho had obtnlned tho the front ponded from year to year In trying tc by the defunct bank and will attempt been set down In a book, but these money to ivy for a surgical operation Wheat. Including flour, exports fnm deadly aud startling parallels are to be mako theso houses answer their pur to settle up tho business of the old In A RIPE OLD ACE. the United States and Canada for the found In this and every other commui n his mother. poses Is money wasted. Tho practical Mltutlon speedily. week ending December 29 aggregate nity whoro Intoxicating liquors aro sold nnd wise thing to do Is to replace them Frankfort On the anniversary of with new, 2,179,929 bushels, against 2,729,817 last as beverages. INJURED BY FALL. CONFESSES TO ROBBING. structures on am- her one hundred and eighth Christina plo grounds with proper equipment for week nnd 3.G89.15G this week last De-Abo Hani. 23, employ, eve, .Mrs. Jano Arven, tho oldest white effectual work. Millard Woodro.v, 2fi, a vcar. For tho 26 weeks ending Adairvllle. Louisville. The Saloon Problem. Distill woman In Central Kentucky, died university comber. 29 exports aro 61.029.933 bush ed as a clerk by tho Ilernhclm law Mudcnt nt Columbia How Provide the Funds. Tho overwhelming magnitude ot here. She has been for years tho most against 87.730.0S!) bushels in tho els. lng Co.. coufiwsed to detectives to a problem we are who, according to his landlad), return (tho saloon) problem Is such that In considering onsplracy between himself, an nsslst accurato encyclopedia of the early his met nt tho outset the the financial dif ed to this country last September from corresnondlng period last year. L.orn this by tory of Frankfort. Shu rode on tho week aro 1,119,411 It demands tho best thought of every England, where he had been graduated exports for the ant cashier of tho l'ennsylvaula rail ficulty where and how arc wo to get 1.038,830 buehcls last citizen who has nt heart tho welfare. road and ti negro expressman by first steam train to leave Frankfort, lump sums ot money In such amounts from Oxford university on a Ilhodcs bushels, against republic. To bo week nnd 1.151.151 bushels in ivw. and perpetuity ot our men havo robbed tho tho first steamboat to leave tho city, scholarship, fell down a dumb-waitwhich tuo three un and was present at the dedication of as tho situation demands? The itmall shaft in Now York City In a strange Vnr tho 20 weeks ending December 29 Indifferent to this problem is as company systematically for mouths. even- capltol erected here. She could districts aro generally unable to stand and unexplained manner. Ho Is now corn exports aro U.014,2.0 bushels. wise nnd suicidal ns it would bo to slumbor on tho brink of au active volrecall when citizens of Fraukllu coun the burden of taxation and tho largest In the hospital with a broken nnklo against 8,097.913 bushels last year. DANK IN TROUBLE. cano. A study of our past and presty had to carry guns on their way to and wealthiest could not place bonds and other Injuries. ent history proves tho truth of tho fearing attacks of except nt high rates of Interest Eckron. The First Stnto bank at Christmas hervices, above statement. Tho vast foreign After much thought afUl discussion this idaco bus closed Its doors. The tho Indians. Jackson. County Attorney V. H. Immigration to this country, tho unwo have concluded that tho speediest deposits nro $50,000 anil capltnl steel THE MARKETS a letter from a Hlanton has received deniable tendency of tho population most economical and comprehensive hamlet In West Virginia, asking for a .1. F. Harney, state bank ex KENTUCKY SOIL SURVEY. tlG.000. to gravitate to cities, tho largo exway to successfully nnd fully meet the Allan Frajson to amlner. hns ordered plcturo and description of Jako Noble, cess of foreigners over Americans In report of question Is by tho issue of county who killed J. Wesley Turner, Jailer of Market. Frankfort. Tho annual .Cincinnati Grain this plneo ti) Investigate the condition our cities, tho rapid increase of tho tho chief of tho bureau of bolls of tho bonds for a lengthy period, say 30 Breathitt county. Tho rewards for of the institution. Klnur Winter natents $4.20a4.55, manufacture and consumption of alcars. j United Stntes Department of Agricul tho arrest of Noble total $500. Tho ,in fnmllv S3.10a3.30. low grudo $2.40a coholic beverages, tho growing polit ture, shows that durlug tho iast fiscal The Modern School. CHILD FATALLY SHOT. county offerj $300 of that amount and 2.G0. spring patent ?5.ri(,a5.G."i, do fancy ical power ot the saloon, are among year n soil survey was made of Hockred 9Ca These schools should bo planned the relatives of Turner tho remainder. $4.75a5.10. Wheat No. 2 4 8Ca98c. the serious and threatening facts conN'n. 3 red 93a90e. No. Louisville. A llobert rltlo In the castle county Kentucky, covering an along comprehcnslvo and nected with tho malnteuanco of our 2 white 47ul7M:C. No. hands of lJwell Miller, 11, was nccl nrea'ot 1C1 square miles and making a lines, with nmplo playgrounds, full at Surely tho timo has Lexington. Cora Keys, aged 4, was Pnrn No. life. 1,411,100 whlto 40ja47c, No. U yellow 47a national "cry aloud, spare not, lift up dentally discharged and his cousin total of 2,210 square miles, or tention being given to sclcntldc heat burned to death and her llttlo sister 174c, No. 3 yellow ro. -- cojuo to F.lcanor Smith, 13, was tho victim. Tho acres surveyed by the bureau In Ken ing, lighting, ventilation, water suppl) was Injured fatally when their mother mtro.i 47a47l4c. No. 3 mixed 46Val7c. thy volco llko a trumpot, and show bullet entered tho girl's forehead Just tucky to date. Hcsldes Hockcnstlo and toilet arrangements. Thero should locked them in their home nnd went Oats No. 2 whlto 34a3."c, standard my people their transgression." Unite, nbovo tho left vyo and pierced tho county tho following counties havo bo additional grounds sultablo for to a neighbor's for a brief visit. Tho white 31a34c, No. Z mtxcu ...iysa-iieducate, preach, pray, give tlmo and brain. HUo will die. Physicians re been surveyed: MeCrnekcn, MudUon, additional nnd sultablo grounds to children's clothing caught flro from money, vote. Michigan Tcmporanc Cincinnati Live StocK. sorted to (i trepan operation, but thoy Mason, Scott, Union and Warren. Advocato. school gardens nnd a small expert some unexplained cause. butcher Shippers. $"aC, HatUa tay thoro Is no hope for the child mental farm, and for such addltlona' $5.63a5.75, good to choice steers, extra IN JAPAN. SECRETARYSHIP life. buildings ns may bo needed as popu'a. Kllzabethtown. Former Hcprcscnta-tlvAlcoholics In Cooking. S1.75a5.59, heifers, extra- a.iua:i.-Hon Increases, so that theso locations Alexander Brooks Montgomery, ot cood to cholco $1.2."a5; tows, oxtia Frankfort A Christmas present of may bo permanently dedicated to the the Fourth Kentucky district, died In these days when total ubstlnenca THREE CHILDREN BURNED. J.iuui.-w- , a great surprise, but nlso a pleasant great cause of education. Thero should here, aged 73. Ho was elected to rep- S4.ri0u4.73. COiHl 10 CIlOifH Hologna Is becoming moro popular, thero Is a HulN rnnnpra t2.50a3.50. renowed effort to Introduce alcoholics Wisdom, Three children of Hobrrt one, on account of the honor which nlso bo proper arrangements for man Calves $4.75. extra resent this district for tho four suc- xii4.63. lf you put tho .Holes, a farmer, were burned to death. goes with It, has been conferred oi. ual training and domestic sclcnco. cessive terms between 1SGG and 1S94. Extra $9.23, fair to good $Sa9, into cookery, flies In nt tho devil out window, tho door ho Hogs Tho father was away from home, aud Stanley Harris, secretary of tho Frank and largo $4aS. Importance of the Project. tho mother went to tho spring, locking fort Y. M. C. A. Ho received a teleGood to cholco packers and butchers and If you put him out of tho wlndow-hI think we expend too mu;h time of funeral The Kllzabethtown. gram offering him the secielaryshlp of and money on cheap politics, to the Judge hen sh dances down tho chimney nnd sets saviu, mixed inciters tho children In the house. A. 11. Montgomery, former con IS.O.'nS.lO, returned tho houso was burned to tho a Y. M. C. A. In Japan. There aro only neglect of things fundamental to the gressman from tho Fourth dUtrlct. common to choice heay fat isows his blu 6 lights burning on tfio cook many of Caterers $0a7.60, pigs 1110 lhs and less) $7a " ground and tho charred bones of tho eight secretaries thoro, ono having stato's welfare and progress, such for was Sorrowing 8.10. Sheep lixtra l, goou to cuoice stovo. most delicate considerlutomploto conducted here. dishes their been added recently. Mr. Harris Is Instance, ns good schools, good roade three little ones, whoso ages were ii, from all parts of the $3.50a3.90. Lambs Extra $0.25, year friends attended place. Ho without tho smack of alcoholics; thoy and 1 year, were found In ono corner otforcd tho and good tax laws tho proiwr execu stato. lings $4a5. hldo this devil in solution In their will bo located In a city of 200,000. of tho sKl whoro tho house stood. Hon of laws now on our stuttito books. Cincinnati Miscellaneous. sherbet, in their pudding sauce. In Frankfort Stato olllclals .aro try Any ono of a dozen men would mako l'oultrv Urns lto lb. spring thick tlrelr cakos, their pies. Let tomper-anr- o Acting on Information Louisville. MaysvIIio. H. C. Herndoti, deputy us n good governor, but who will mako ing o find somo law by which a latge ens 124o 11). ducks 1414c, turkeys people bo on tho lookout at resrovonuo collector at Ashland, was received from IHchmond, Chief of De us a good stato superintendent ot pub hoard can bo removed tile, ceeso Salic. Butter Creamd l'at lic Instruction? Caro should bo exer from In front of tho capltol, whero it cry, extra 32Vie. firsts 31c, fancy dairy taurants, hotels, and $500 damages In th Mason tectives Carney nnd Doteetlvo awarded dinner tables, Wives and circuit court again Omar Dm! on. H White arrested John Hrady at Seventh cised in all the counties In tho selec has bcou elected by an advertising 22c. Kkks l'rlmo firsts 37c. firsts Daughters, tamlon, Ont. sued for $15,000. lleindon v 'alio per- and Green streets. Ho had In his pus tion ot our county boards ot education syndicate. Tho billboard Is u high 35c. Apples Fancy $5a5.50 aN. bbl forming his olllelal duties her - BoTal session a diamond stud vnluci' nt $ir0, O cap cholco $1.50 a bbl. Carrots tho county superintendents, be one, made of tin, and faces tho Abstinence In St. Petersburg. inontha ago walked Into au i ion ele alleged to be tho proporly of Dr. John and they come lit closer touch with ItoL 25a40o dozen. Celery 20a35c dozen Eggplants Homegrown $3.15a3.25 Harris, or IHchmond. Ho Is said to causo vator tdiaft. There Is said to be an abstinence-society-ltho children. erato. Granes Malaga $5.50a7 St. Petersburg with COO havo been foreman lu n laundry and to Somersets The franchise and all keit. Onions Yollow 85n90c. whlto Results To Be Obtained. whose activity has consisted tn II from havo removed tho stud from a shirt Loulsvtlht. The the properties of thu Somerset Water, Ilal.25 nor bu. l'lneapples $3a3.50 tiieuibora We must change our viewpoint con fn cBtubflsidng no less than eight teathis postnlllco has been tho heaviust Light and Traction Co. will bo so:d at Ohio 40a houses In that part ot tho city whoro In the history of tho olllcc. A llstant The residence of Mrs cernlng education. AVe hnvo bcou min jiubllc outcry by a special master com- a crate.bu.Fotatecs Northern Husscllvlllo. homegrown Michigan mid 43c a I'ostinasler John (1. Morey gr .1 that J. l. Camphell, live miles nor.th of thli imizing it In every way, looking upon missioner 011 January 16. The com- 45a52c a bu, sweet, potatoes. Jersey drinking places most abound. An asylum Is also contemplated. It moro as an expense to bo avoided oa tho mall k marly M per eont greater city, vas destroyed by fire, ot acc $3.35a3 50 a bbl. Turnip! -- 7aMc a bbl pany was capitalized at $250,000. much as possible, or as money lost ban It was a year - jo. In volti dental origin. Newport I'ndurali litis-wortL-"Jukes-Edwards,or o y Mld-WIncIU-sen"good-hearted,- " 1 twclvo-pcr-cen-e Cut-Hat- e c o nowly-crealed high-tonenut-goin- Kcntutky Good Louisville The Honda congress adjourned after every section of the synopsis of a proposed good roads bill had been approved Editors Listen to Address by and a commlltco appointed to draft the bill ar.d to see that It was "fathered" carefully at tho next meeting Committeeman. of the general nssembly. This hill provides for a tax levy of NEED OF THE STATE flvo cento, half of which Is to bo GREATEST borno by tho county petitioning for tho building of new roads and tho reAddress of Col. J. D, McFerran, Chair- - mainder by the state. Tho committee, appointed that will man of Rural School Development havo tho drafting of tho bill and of Committee, Before Kentucky Its presentation to the legislature will consist of Senator Joseph F. Press Association. Mlddlesboro; It. A. Sommcrs, . I'ickctL It Is with great hesitancy and with Ellzabethtown; tlcorgo no Inconsiderable embarrassment that Shclbyvlllo; W. K, How, Lexington, I venturo to appear beforo your hon and Senator O. T. Wyatt, of Ixgan orable body. There nro thrco reasons county. which Impel me to the duty. Hrst, Tho hill, if passed at tho next sesbecauso I am a natlvo of tho old com- sion of tho legislature, will provide monwealth which I dearly love; sec for a tax of flvo cents on tho 1100 ns- ondly, because of my deep sympathy scssablo property. This tax will not for, nnd Interest In, the woirare, ad- a sum of between $410,000 and $475,vancement nnd happiness of nearly a 000, with which tho work of building million children of our state, and last- good roads In Kentucky will bo begun. ly, because I am bidden to It by tho Each county will bo expected to bond Itself for a sum twice as largo as tho Louisville Commercial club. Within tho horizon of my limited amount of money which will be given capacity, I can see no more Important by tho stato as the county's pro rata Hold of effort than better to care for share of tho tax. tho children of tho state children of PUBLIC MATTERS DISCUSSED. but citizens of Tho census tables of 1900 have shown us up In a very unenviable Kentucky Editors Adjourn light, 13 per cent of Illiteracy, practer Convention. PARALLEL STUDY IN HEREDITY After a satisfactory retail holiday trado business In nearly all brnnche Is qulot, with the usunl end of the year adjustments. Tho outlook, while not ns promising for Immediate activity ns might bo desired, contains, nono the less, many elements of strength. Tho Iron nnd steel trado is still con fronted with n consumption of only half of tho producing capacity, and Uio dry goods business with tho problem of costs, but there Is an nhsenco of demoralizing speculation and of over stocked Bhelves In all mercantile lines, whllo tho agricultural prosperity of tho past year and tho general feeling of conservative confidence makes conditions better than the trado statistics indicate X Paqc Four. THE CITIZEN. I January Tho ladles of tho Clio Club with their husbands were delightfully entertained at dinner at Pearson Halt last Friday evening by Mrs. M. K. Marsh and Mrs. C. II. Itumold. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Crump ot Lexington wore the gucsU of Mr. und Mrs. J. O. Harrison at tho first of tho week. Mr. J. W. Dooley has loft for a trip through Georgia and South Carolina as a traveling salrsnmn. Mr. Simon Kelly, student In Uera this year, has left to tnko a lotion as teacher In Kvarts, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. J. llurdelto left Friday for Florida whero they expect to spend tho greater part of tho winter. Mr. Jas. He) Holds, of Tuscola, III., Is visiting friends In town, 5, 1911. FOR YOUR Groceries and Candle GO TO I Ladies' Sweater Coats Everything for Ladies COYLE'S DRY GOODS STORE You pay TATUM'S 3 lbs Prunes Dried Apples - 4 lbs. 3 lbs. Dried Peaches, best -6 13ars Soap Cleancusy. 25c 25c 25c 25c Pells Nnpthta, Ideal, Ivory. Lenox and Delphine, 3 for 10c Navy Ueans - 5c per pound Colored Ueans, 3jc per pound 1st Patent Pearl Flour - 70c - 70c Tnlbcrtlia . less or get more This Space Next Week will contain the picture of an object with which you will prefer to have nothing to do. Any M. D. in town will furnish information which might help to avoid the use of it. Berea and Vicinity. GATHERED FROM A VAR'ETY OF SOURCES o STOVES NLY A FEW more days for the special reduction sale on Heating Stoves and Ranges. You shouldn't overlook this opportunity. If nothing more, come in and have a look and ask to see the heaters going for $1.00, $2.50, $3.50 and $5.00 and the All Steel Ranges at $17.50, $18.50 and $20.00. Now is the best time this year to SAVE THE DIFFERENCE i Watch For It! vorsary of tho wedding of Mr. and spending several Mrs. James D. Fletcher which was days with her sister, Mrs. Will celebrated Doc. 12. About two liun- Isaacs of this placo. 'dred guests, many of whom wero Misses Margaret and Helen Dlzn;y from other states, wero entertained pleasantly entertained a number of at dinner. Mr. Flftchcr and his wlfo, their young friends at their homo who was Ml 33 Martha Wright, will last Saturday evening. bo remembered by many citizens of It was said In last week's Issue ot Madison County. They were mnrrl-'Tho Citizen that Judge T. J. Co)le In 1S50 and lived In this County for sent President Frobt and Treasurvr tilneteon years. They havo lived r.t Osborno two largo boxes of fruit. Colchester for many years and aro This Is Incorrect as to tho box snt hold In great esteem and honor by Its Mr. Osborno. It camo from his broth- - residents. Mr. Albert S. Maltby, who The Citizen Joins with their many Kentucky friends In congratulating also lives In Florldn. A very pleasant letter was received them on their long and happy married In Tho Citizen otflco this week from life. aj.aL Mr. Jno. M. Baker of I'lattsburg, Mo., PUBLIC SALE. asking that tho paper bo no tit to his On Jan. 20, 1911 tho following prohome. Mr. Baker was a student of Bo- - perty will bo sold at auction sale on years ago, and tho premises: rea about thlrty-thre- o says that, altho he is acquainted with A new house and eleven acres of but few of Bcrca's people now, still land at tho west cud ot Berea on ho holds very pleasant memories ot Wallaceton Pike. Thu placo has evertho school and many ot his class- lasting water. Also will bu Bold, two mates and teachers. Ho extends a horses, harness and wacon, ono bugcordial welcome to any of his old gy and harnrss, ono milk cow, thrco classmates or acquaintances to visit sows wclchlnc about 175 llm each. at his homo if they should ever bo about threo tons of hay and ono hun-l- n his part of tho country. Ured shocks of fodder. Nows has been received hero from Terms mado known on dav of salo. Colchester, III., of tho sixtieth anul- C. It. Todd. Berea. Ky. Miss Beavln Is ' ' For Shoes, Clothing and Heavy Underwear, go to R. J. Engle, Berea, Ky Tho Citizen's refusal to print any patent medicine advertisements In tho future Is meeting with general CITY rilONK 183 OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE approval. Mr. II. A. Wilder, of Newton, Mass., ono of tho trustees of Berea Collcgo writes commending tho DAN H. BRECK stand taken by the paper. Fire, Life and Accident The Kentucky Corn Growers Asso elation Is meeting at Lexington from Insurance Jan 3 to 6th for Its Una annual corn DR. BEST, DENTIST Phone 505 Richmond, Ky L. & N. TIME TABLE North Bound Local C:3u a. m. 11:00 p. m. Knoxvlllo endowment, and he kindly consented 3:57 a. m. to do so. Tho good 1:23 p. m. BEREA doctor is in his 7:45 a. m ulnety-flr6:10 p. m. Cincinnati year. Sveral subscrlp- South Bound Local lions were sent In toward this fund C:40 a. m. s:2o p. m. tho last days of tho year. President Cincinnati p. in. 11:59 a. ra. 12:29 BEREA Frost will be compelled to bo away 6:50 a. m. again seeking financial aid, especially 7:00 p. m. Knoxvlllo Express Trains. for current expenses, leaving alter Stop to lot off and take on passentho close ot tho protracted meetings. gers from beyond Cincinnati or from Ohio, Dr. J. C. Reovo of Dayton, Atlanta and beyond. Is to assist Dr. Cowley in the physiSouth Bound cal examination and other work for 8:15 a. m. Cincinnati the first month of tho winter term, 11:44 a. m. BEREA lie is a man of learning and experi North Bound ence and has spent several years ut 4:56 p. m. BEREA the George Junior Republic and in 8:35 p. m. Cincinnati tho Y. M. C. A. at Dayton, his specialty being work among young boys. FOR SALE. Tho V. M. C. A., and the Y. W. O. Flvo room cottage on Walnut St. Well built and nearly new. Prlco A. and the Christian Endeavor Society of the Collego Invite all students to 1,100. Mrs. Llda Whyland. meet wun mem. mo i. m. u. a. Mr. T. A. Stewart of Jacksonville, ' Fla., is visiting his father, Mr. A. W. meets In tho upper Chapel, the Y. W. C. A. In the East Parlor of Ladles' Stewart of Silver Creek. They wero Hall, and the C. E. at the Union at Boono Tavern, Monday night Church every Sunday night at 6:15. and Tuesday. Come and meet with us. You can MlS3 M. Kathryn VanAkln, ono ot help U3 and wo can help you. the Y. W. C. A. secretaries of Detroit, Miss Ada Phillips spent her ChristMich., Is spending a couple ot weeks mas holidays with Miss Myrna Walkat Boono Tavern. er at her homo on Estill St. R, Collier and Mr. J. II. Mr. J. Mr. Bert Walker of Oskainp Noltlng Cooper ot Knoxvlllo, Tenn., wero In Jewelry Co., Cincinnati, spent several town on business, Tuesday. days with his mother and sister last Miss Mabel Fonn, a student here week. several years ago, Is teaching In tho A Jolly party went for a sleigh High School at Wadsworth, Ohio. rldo Tuesday afternoon out tho Wallaceton Pike. Tho buow was not Miss Glenna Peterson is still teaching In Wyoming. She enjoys her very well packed but that did cot interfere with the good spirits of work very much. the crowd. Miss Jesslo Bowman and her nephews, Jack and James Monroe, reTho Student Volunteer Band meets turned from a three weeks vacation, overy Sunday morning In Miss Bower- -, Monday. soxB office at 8:45. Every one In- R. B. Street, class '10. who la at torested in the Student Volunteer,. tending Harvard, writes that he Is ' movement Is welcome to the meeting. having a very profitable year. His adMr. and Mrs. J. C. Phillips ot Rock-caatdress Is 1709 Cambridge St, Cam- County wero in Bcrva last week bridge, Mass. visiting their daughter, Mrs, Mose Francis Clark led tho C. E. meeting Anglln who is very sick. at the Union church Sunday night. Tho M. B. A. Lodge ot Kingston Tho Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. met with gave a freo oyster suppor, Saturday the C. E. night. A large crowd was In attenMr. and Mrs. George Reynolds aro dance and greatly enjoyed tho feast. being visited this week by Mrs. Ber Miss Nina King who ha been spend- tha Dunn ot Teatersvllle, Mrs. Mil- lie Reynolds ot Covington, and Mossr ,nB the Christmas holldaya In town Luther and John Roynolds ot Buckeye, returned Monday to Pleasant Hill, .Tenn.. to resume her work aa in structor In sewing In Pleasant Hill st lo show. Mrs. Frost went to Chicago last week to ask Dr. Pearsons to extend again tho tlmo on his plcdgo lor I WELCH'S Mr. IL R. Harris who was a resldei.t this placo until a few years ago writes from Mansfield. III., that ho Is still an admirer ot Berea and wishes to bo remembered to his many friends hero. ot lh0 Women's In-met as usual last Friday aftornoon but instead of sewing thny wer0 pleasantly entertained with a rauslca, program by Messrs. Rlgpy and Tayiori Ml83 Grnc0 Cornelius and WANTED All good, fat geese, 7 others and wero served with dough-cen- ts per pound. Eggs 29 cents per nuts nd coffee. mcmbcra of Uustrlal dozen. r J. i S. Gott. on Depot Street. Is In town this week. iifi ch.rw r firHrchv Tfnnu. J-a-n-- u-a r--y Opportunity S a l e! On Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats and Ladies' Coats and Skirts We 'find that we have on hand a number of small broken lots and single garments of Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats and Ladies' Coats and Skirts. Not all sizes, but you will find the size you want in some of the lots. If you want quality and style you are certain to find it in the following list of opportunities at greatly reduced prices. Sale begins Monday. Jan. 2, and lasts two weeks Men's Suits and Overcoats $10.00 Suit or Overcoat, Sale Price ' 12.50 " " " " 13.50 " " " " 15.00 " " " " " 16.50 " " " 18.00 " " " 20.00 " " 22.50 ' ' Boys' Suits and Overcoats $ 7.50 9.50 10.50 n.50 12.50 13-50 $3.00 Suit or Overcoat, Sale Price 3- 50 " "" " 4.00 " 4.50 " " " " 5.00 " " " 6.00 " " - ?2.50 2.75 3.25 0 4.00 4.50 15.50 17.50 ;2.oo Skirt 5 Ladies' Skirts 3.00 4- oo 5.00 6.00 o Ladies' Coats $ 5.00 Coat, " 7.50 " 10.00 " 12.00 " 13.50 15.00 Sale Price Thousand USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL Ten ARTICLES NOW DISPLAY ON FORj 5c, 10c, and 25c Ube IRachet Store MRS. EARLY. party" at her fashioned homo on Forest St, Saturday evening. Mrs. Oertrudo Bender of Richmond spent a part ot last week with ber p areata here. pop-co- rn Academy. Miss Saniantha Fish ot Wlldlo was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Coddlngton several days at last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sharp have been visiting relatives and friends In town. a Miss Bettlo Lewis entertained number ot her friends with an "old 5.50 7.75 8.75 9.75 10.75 " " $1.50 2.50 3.25 3.75 $ 8.00 Skirt 9.00 10.00 ..$6.25 5 5 12.00 4.50 5.50 This is a Cash Sale and do not ask for Credit " " n.oo . 8.75 " .... RHODUS HAYES THE QUALITY STORE MAIN STREET BEREA, KY. 4 January 5, ion. THE CITIZEN. Pac Five. To The H NEWLY-WED- S Old Folks and A BRIGHT SPOT IN NO SECRET BEREA Young Folks, Beginners Everybody Knows You Can Buy MORE GOODS Here is your oppportunity to start housekeeping or to keep on keeping house. U During the month of January, 1911, 1 will refund railroad fare or livejV hire, not to exceed fifty miles, to ccr.c who ccir.es to iry store and makes a purchase of not less than a fifty dollar outfit from my complete stock of FURNITURE, CARPETS, RUGS, MATTINGS, STOVES, RANGES, WALLPAPER, BUGGIES, HARNESS, PIANOS AND ORGANS. U 1 furthermore promise and guarantee that I will furnish your outfit frcm a larger stock and lower price combined than you can find anywhere on a radius of fifty miles, Sears Roebuck not excepted. 11 To make the proposition equal to all I will give on the same basis, to those who have no carcfare to pay, a premium which shall equal an average refund. U If you want to buy, all I ask is for you to look through my line and hear the price. The rest is easy. I HERE SLAUGHTER SALE Best Patent Flour 65 cents. Best Meal 60 cents. Beginning Saturday, Dec. 3 30 DAYS CONTINUING Buckets 10c. All Calicos 5c. gal. Bucket given free with 25c. Suiting 15c. 50c. sale. Dolls, Toys, and Nice Presents 20c. Coffee 15c., 35c. Coffee 25c. for the children, father, $1 Boker Knives 50c. 20 pounds Sugar $1.00 mother and sweetheart at $15 Suits Clothes $9. 4 bars Toilet Soap 5c. half price. $2 Pants $1.25 2 bars Tub Soap 5c. $2 Fur Hats $1. Come one, come all. Heavy Underwear 39c. 4 pounds Candy 25c. A Happy New Year. 2 I'j gal. BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE. R. J. ENGLE BEREA, KY. ent. Tho confcrcnco great educational C8b SON, The Place Where Everybody Trades. 26 PHONE: day, 46 night 1R. lb. Cbrisman "THE FURNITURE MAN" STATE POULTRY SHOW LOG CABIN FOR NATURE LOVERS' ANNUAL MEETING Ilcrea College was represented at Jan. Stli, 1911. Thu Dedicatory Ser- tlin niiniinl inmiMiiif nf tiin Sniitlim n moil will bo tircnched 1)V tho lnv. held U W. 1). Parr, D. D., of Kokonio, lud., ideational Cualtan00Ef Tennessee, Dec. 27th at 11:00 a. m. t(J .j0lh ly Aftornoon Services at 2:30 o'clock. rofcBior8 calfee. Scale, c,ark nmJ Uooert!iOUi According to Sermon by tho Rev. T. B. Stratton, tU(J secretary this was tho lurgest de. District Superintendent. 7:00 p. m. itEaUoI1 from nIiy BBiu ibututlon Sormon by Dr. W. D. Parr. cxce,,t lllu local oll0 Qenuial Prof. Thomas A. Edwards, superin wuru h M cach moruin,. ana nicli. tendent of Model Schools, JJcrcu Col- ana lllu afternoon was given up to lego, will havo charge of tho music bo of logs. Cost 150. department meetings. Many uroml- All aro cordially Invited to attend Emerson 11111 was named for Ralph ,l0nt cducators from tho South and .theso srovlces Waldo Emerson, who lived there for olher boct0ns were present. Almost Isalah CUno, Pastor. a short tlmo. Theodore Roosvcclt, ovor. ,,lag of education was present-Henr- y INTUR OWN STATE 1,. Stlmson, Timothy L. Wood- - cu uut Bpcciai attention was given ruff, James J. Hill. Henry Cabot to Industrial subjects. (.Continued from 6rst ige) Lodge, Woodrow Wilson, JUdson liar- 'n,0 mountain bection of tho South- . o grower, to re use to f a ot M. Depow. and other 'cm states came in for a duo share mon, Chauncey a crop was jear aim 10 pooi .,, vur,,. men of nolo will bo Invited to enjoy nr i,.... Plant ,i,w,.t.,. u '"th0 '"turo. thus tho hospitality of tho cabin. It will During one ot tho morning serious Ing tho American Tobacco Company bo built by a Virginia negro vim utt address was given by John C. to tonus. It would not bo a bad was brought North for that purpose. Campbell ot tho Russell Sago Foundathing for Kentucky If they would not Clill-- I tion upon "A Study of Mountain only agrco to cut tho 1911 crop, but of Marriage. One View dreu." Mr. Campbell has been liv Judging from tho number of dl ing in tho mountains for several all tho crops for tho next hundred years. yores granted In this country, soma ad- . TO SUCCEKD MIL.LKH poplo seem to regard marriage as U,CM 8tuJyng their .needs and,. his. , . . . ,. . ul In In.iLulll.i they do vacclnatlon-- as something It lo niton,-...- ! tint uuu eiicuuriiKiiir:. Governor Wi lson will appoint Mr. miiiu that doesn't always tako. iryiniiuiueiii;. . tho mountain point '.. H. W. lllngham, tho recently defeat- . ed citizens' ticket candidate for Judi;o I4 1'rofessor Ilbbcrtson read a paper of tho Court of Appeals, to sucoed before tho section on higher education Judgo Shacklcford Miller us Chanc-l011 tho "Uso ot Local Material In lor of tho Jcfterson Circuit Court. Jl the Teaching of American History," Judgo MUcf who . . . . .. . UB WVIl IVWI.tU. Kl.ltll . Kentucky receives tho presidency of . .Appeals. "U'rltlrn So You Can lV.dtrstand tho Association for tho coming year, TOO MUCH I'OKTllY tho choice falling on Superintendent Kentucky's governor of tho canal Cassldy of tho Lexington Schools. Tho 20110, Mr. M. II. Thatcher, Is about place of tho next meeting will bo to got Into troublo bocauso ot his lllrmlngham, Alabama. poetic temperament. It is reported Tho representatives all spent somo at Washington that ho is too much A wonderful story of the IVojItTSsnf I hit Mcchan icalAk'e. Instructive liut nioir Idtcinatinii I linn tlmo on tho battle field ot Chlclta-maug- a given to go aboard nil foreign vesany hctKin. A magazine for Hinkrrs. Doctors, Lawyr re.TMchcn, r'armctt. Huslncs Mm. and on Lookout Mountain. way Mrthanirt. Ha IJOii.HU readen every 1 hough the weather was not favor- - sels that chanco to sail that month. Interesti everybody. V.Tien yiu ee one ,nnd ,0 CUS,0D8 of wol. d h,a you understand why. Ak Ihe man V.I10 reads it. able much could bo seen and this to I'nur newsdealer will 1 how you one; or write the auttnsulsbod personages ono o tho most cnjoyablo features ot publishers for a free tample copy. h(J ,f thftr0 aro IJnJ The "Shop Mrs" Dept. tho trip. none such, ho la equally good In things -- Haw to make repair, ami articlea lor apostrophizing tho foreign flags. home and shop, etr, Better Than Medicine. If your food don't "agree" with you. "Amateur Mechanics" Tho request Is made that tho gover Tako nor bo Instructed "to stick to pros?, furniture, wlrelrat, Ixiati, engines, manic, and all no need to consult tho doctor. the things a boy loves. a 20 minutes' whack at tho wood pile oop out 0f tho moonlight and not SI.SO per itar, ilnglt tvfltt IS ctntt twice a day, pitch bay or bang on tho ASK YOUIt NEWSDEALER Or AJJr.u plow bandies, and your digestion will Inflict verses on his helpless suuordt- natos." POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE come around, 223 Wubinglsn SI, CMcaio EXPLOSION Tho oxploslon ot a can ot nltro- I 1 ough. New York, wcro received In tho ofllco of tho llureau of Building at Now Brighton rccvutl). They G. Kolif. woro filed by Cornelius secretary of tho Richmond Holding Company, and aro as follows: I propose to erect from tho trees growlug In tho forests of Kmorsim Hill a log cabin 11 by 22 feet in slzo, with three windows, ono door and an open flro place, with un enrth- on floor. U Is not to bo occupied US residence, but as a temiorary plaeo of retreut and contemplation for lov ers of nature, statesmen with poll ucal juiurcs ocioro uiem uuu ueunm them. tluso wishing to retlicl on tho gratltudo of future generations nud iho Ingratitude of tho prism t and past generations; for thinkers In general ana puuosopuers oorn as bucii it grown to bo Buch by the trials uf political professional, commercial, strife and dereats. I ho ouiiuiug win Tho most nt'culiar building specl- flcatlons over filed In Richmond txir- - 0n Saturday next, Jan. 7th at 12:00 For tho first tlmo iu tho history of the ladies of tho Union Kentucky a great Stato Poultry Show o'clock ' Is to bo held, lly tho efforts of Hon. church will servo a dinner at tho M. C. llankln, Commissioner of Agrl- - Parish House, to which nil members culturo, tho Kentucky Poultry Abso- - "f l,lla church and tho regular attend- elation was formed some months Since ants are Invited. Immediately follow- and It will hold Its first Annual Show RS. or at 1:J0 p. in., will occur tho ' or Poultry Fair at Icxlngtuu on Jan. ""Dual meeting, including important 1C niid!wrUtcn reports of tho officers and 21 next. to Premium list catalogue were ready lor dlstribu- - , 11,0 elections for tho year 1111. Every lion Jan. 1st, nud will bo tent to nmbcr Is urged to bo present, nnyono on application to Secretary ncniPATflDv" UtUluAIUKT OEnVlutd Frank 1.. Smith, Lexington, Ky. j ! DCnCA Al nrnr, Tllr 0( I tit , r Ai C. niw Mnllm.llat Ki.lar.nnt.il church In Berea will bo dedicated r'hn " 1 I I POPULAR .MECHANICS - I I 300 Pictures 400 Articles 250 Pages Every r, Month I-f- I J;; wj, I E TUP rtvWlv THAT 1 rlr 1 1 fiav ClifMID MOTHER USED glycerine auoui a nine irum irviue, of couldn't begin to compare with ISAACS' Flour. We'll not say it makes Dread like motner made lor it makes a whole lot better. Try a sack and even the most critical husband will have nothing to say about mother and her baking. He ground entirely, and the explosion will cat your bread and thank his was heard for miles around. EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION stars he is married to such a fine Preliminary steps aro being made baker. Made 1.. ti,n ,i,nii boy and probably la- tul'y '"Juring tho mother of tho hoy. Tho dead aro Samuel Splvy aged 35 d E,ort mmieaA agcd 1B. Tho oxploslon was purely accidental, tho boy having found tho can whllo hunting, carried it homo and placed it Uzlng IU con- "r0 not a man and r,,i,. iit..i BEREA ROLLER MILLS ANDREW ISAACS, Prop. for an educational campaign In KenBerea, tucky. A conforonco was held in Lou.a-vill- a Ky. promt- last Saturday and many J nent educator and citizens were pn's-- planned for a convention to Louisville at an bo held in early dato. Its ptirposo Js to dis- Introductory Article Original Languages and Formative Process cuss methods ot Improving tho eduFirst English Translator. cational conditions throughout tho By Prof. James R. Robertson stato. wanted more Parts of tho Bible Purpose of Articles NEWS OF THE WEEK Wo aro so used to seeing tho Blblo wero turned Into English, sometimes Continued from first page in Its present form and to reading it 'n rhymo that it might bo moro casi- in tho Ensllsh of our own time that i remcmbored. rccord of 11,174 feet at Los Angeles, wo can hardly rcallzo It ever had a First English Translation and Molsant had mado himself famoiu, Is the purposo of It was In 1320 that a man was born having first crossed tho English Chan different form. It this series of articles to describa somo ln YorkBlll KntF,,llu, nel with a passenger and later flyof tho changes through which the Bl- - R was tQ glyo tQ lh(j ing around tho Statue of Liberty, bio has passed In coming to Its pre Blblo ln their own tongue. This man, Now York Harbor, and was preparing sent familiar form. John Wlcllf, was the son ot well-to- to enter a contest at New Orleans. Name and Contents do parents and was well educated. Molsant fell from a height of about Tho word Blblo is tho plural of tho i u0 was a scholar by nature and is ono hundred feet early In tho morning of the 3lBt and Hoxsey from a Greek word for book. The Bible, supposed to have served as a chap-the- n, is a collection of books, sixty- - lain to tho king, Edward III. Ho was height of from flvo to eight hundred feet later In tho day. Molsaut's fall bis in all and each with an Individual- a man ot flno character and courago resulted In tho breaking of his neck, Ity of Us own. There are histories, and stood strongly agaluat tho codes of law, maxims and buses of his day. Often his llfo waa whllo Hoxsey was terribly mangled. With their deaths tho toll for tho poems. Each book .was put into Its iu danger but his influential lriends written form at a special tlmo and managed to savo him from a martyr's year ran up Its total to 3j. for a special purpose. Somo of tho death. Tho danger grew greater as UNEASY LOltlMEK Tho Indications aro that there aro books wero written by authors whoso ho grew older ana became more wo know and others wero pass, d spoken, until at last he was' obliged still some members in tho United a llttlo con- along for centuries by oral tradition to retire to a quiet country church, States Senate who havo science, for it Is evident that when before they wero written down at all, Hero in 13S1 ho translated tho Latin Congress convenes today a deter- much like tho ballads we sing, but uiblo into English. Wlclifs "poor priests," as his preacheia were call mined fight will be made against tho whoso authors wo do not know. ed, ln russet gown and with staff report of tho subThe Formative Process committee that had In chargo the InTho collection of theso different an(1 scrP wcnt out as tho apostles vestigation of Senator Lorimer's elec- books Into ono was the work of many of old to teach thla nower gospel, tion. It is reported that Senators centuries and tho result ot a process Although theso firtt English Bibles Dovcrldgo and Hoot are to Join with of careful sifting. It was done by tho wcr0 written by band, there wero a Senator Frazler of Tenncssco iu a treat councils ot tho Catholic church t'ood many of them. In spito ot tho protest against tho action of tho com- at various times. Tho Blblo In Its destruction of raauy there are still present form, with an old testament moro thaa 1S0 ot theM la Privato mittee , ATTEMPT TO ABOLISH TRUSTS and a now and with all tho books as , nnd PubUc libraries today. Prosecutions will bo taken up for wo havo them, was not ncceptcd by Quaint Old English tho second tlmo by tho United States tho church at large until about 700 Our language was just gettting Into to dlssolvo tho Standard OH and To- years after tho death of Christ or Its present form in the days of Wic- bacco trusts. Tho Government ask- about 1.200 years ago. Somo books not f and tno fttmlItar pntMCg ot tUo ed that theso organizations bo disnow mciuueu were auuereu to, anu jjlbj0 80und qualnt ,Q tno mh ccn. solved under tho Sherman anti-truof the present number 2 Peter and tury Englisn. TUo paral)lo ot tho law, which will bo tho most crulcal Rovclatlon wero rejected by many. prodigal son Is a good example to test to which tho law has been sub- Tho language, however, waa not "tho quote and tho senso can bo easily foljected during tho twenty years ot its English. lowed ln the old English. exlstcnco. Latin from Hebrew and Greek Good Example WHITE PLAGUE FIGHT Tho books of tho Old Testament "A man had tueisones; and theyong-e- r From reports gathered during the wero written originally in Hebrew, of hem seide to the fadir, Kadir gyve last two months, tho National Asso tho language ot tho Jows ot early metlieporclounofcatcl that fallcth tome ciation for tho Study and Prevention he departide to hem the catel, and times. Tho Now Testament was writ- ot Tuberculosis Is ablo to announco ton nrlHnnllv in rim Rmnir Tiv th, .and nftlr many daies, whaiine alle thincU not that In 1910 nearly $15,000,000 were conquest of the ancient world by the spent for uork. la CUIline ono year this country has practically jtuwuua, luvit luucuufei, became tho ono most widely used. Translations from Original doubled Its appropriation for tho( war against tho Whlto Plague. In 11)09 au me great hooks ior centuries wero Two changes that occurred ln tho Iho messago about $$,000,000 wcro expended in tho written in Latin. Thus next two centuries mado possible a teachcampaign. Tho per- -, ot the Hobrew prophets and the further change ln the Bible. One was ccntago of public expenditure over ings of Christ and tho Apostles hud the great interest in tho study of to come to men through thu Latin privato expcndlturo has greatly intonguo. Tho authorized version or tho ancient languages and tho other creased In tho year. Tho campaign was tho Invention of printing. As a translation from tho original Into tho against Tuberculosis has entered upon Latin was called tho Vulgate, and In result ot theso, copies ot tho original an era of increased efficiency, but England as well as on tho Continent Hebrew and Greek testaments were tho interest of ail social, legislative, ot Europe It was tho authoritative printed by scholars llko Erasmus and religious, industrial and other forces others ln Holland and Germany. Soon ot tho country In the carrying out vorsion until tho close ot the 14th men wero properly equipped to make century. ot theso mothods is necessary for an English translation from tho origNo Printed Copies tho ultimate solution of tho tubercuinal but no ono had tho courage, as Ot course tho masses ot pcoplo did It would certainly cost losis problem. bis llfo to do not havo copies of this Latin Blblo It. A man at lost aroso equal to this CIVIL WAU PROBABLE and they could not havo read It St task and his work will bo tho subTho London correspondent for tho Chronlclo writes that tho present situ- tboy had. Tho art ot printing was ject of the next article. ation in Portugal points to a coming not yet discovered and the books wcro FOR SALE conflict between tho modern Republi- written by band. Even tho clorgy, A two story English colonial house cans and tho Revolutionaries. This who wero supposed to be able to is duo to a conspiracy ot tho Camorra read tho Latin, wero not always famil- on West Chestnut St. beyond the or secret society which bos caused iar with Its meaning and often they tunnel. Has seven rooms and bath, previous dUtuibances. Tho nobility, thought more ot salary and position attic and a good basement. Beautifully finished ou the Inside with quarhowovor, declare they know nothing than ot tho mossago they were trusted to carry to tho people. Throur.h ter sawed oak and cherry. Cheap It of tho troublo. tho sold Immediately. all theso hindrances, however, Inquire of, MEXICO STILL REVOLTS Mrs. Chas. L. Hanson. Tho disturbances in Mexico still messago reached the people and they soom to thrust themselves into notice. Tboso aro sporadic revolts but they show an unrest of which every ono who has travelled In Mexico Is aw aro. THREE CORNERED FIGHT Fresh and cured meats. Call for what you want Tho general assembly ot Tennsssoo and get what you call for. Highest market began Its biennial sesprice paid for hides, furs, butter, sion Jan, 2nd, which, under the Constitution, will last for oventy-flv- o eggs and chickens days. The United States tcnatorshlp Kidd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Street. la very much In doubt, tho fight bo-lfor BuattmiDac. 19th U. 1. ROBERTS, PrOf. between Frailer, McMlllen and ot War, Wright. History of the English Bible .,, M out-nam- es I white-washi- ?t ' t PALACE MEAT MARKET fifty-seven- th ng On Page Six THE CITIZEN day what I owe htm for cutting ma out nstfltmhed tldlngful eyes upon hrro, but like that! Keen about hit check, aren't we let him get no further. you, Vincent?" "It's alt right! Don't worry. Have IIo's awfully yours, Ilranccpoth, hut somo lunch, do, Cecil, old hoy. You t ther n decent sort on tho whole, and look dono!" added young Murray corI can seo that ho's grown steadier and dially. And It was a rlppln hot day. more ot n man than when I know htm too. a year ngo. Ant? I'm glnd ot that. Dut Cecil was not to bo beguiled. Agntha First Is a lino girl and dcsorvoi "I feel It my duty," ho rcltoratcd a flno man. manfully. Dut wo would havo none "Well, 1 novcr did In nil my llfol" as a sort of I'cnvol to the of It nt all. said Dearest, "Oh, hang your duty," urged Drauco-pothromantic talo ot oar guests. "What lightly. "It's nil right, I tell you, will happen next, I wonder? What Is Wo'ro go to be married, Miss Knell- thcro left to happen?" "Nothing possibly," said tho thrco of cott and I." "Miss Slmplln eloped this morning,' us together. Solicitor Darncs, by the way, had token no port In the discus- supplemented Agatha First. "And my undo has given ua hts sion ot these- Interesting ovents but wo spoke too soon. For even as the blessing," finished Drancepeth. And nt , January 5, 1911 SERIAL STORY Archibald's rAgatha By EDITH HUNTINGTON MASON Aufker el "The Real Agatha" IVprrlcM ll,7 XT. O.OhtpmMt. It . Ucltil. woids left our mouths I saw Drancepeth, who faced tho French windows of the dining room, which opened out on to tho side veranda, pointing with hts finger at somo apparition which had evidently just come within his rango ot vision. "Look!" ho said. I turned around, but before I could exclaim, Dearest had pushed back her chnlr with n cry ot pleased suprlso and " started forword. "Why, it's the Chll-terns,- SYNOPSIS. popular and In' Archibald Terhune. vrtttnv nf lnilnn. rC' newa that he htu ben tn&de lidr o tlie eitate or Ms Aunt UrorKlsns, wim kn Income of ISO.OuO a year, on co'iulllon married ha become entrsgod to t q o the within ten day. falling to If sacy will co to a third cousin In Atnor-tc-a. The story opens At Caallo WyOtorf, Jivhero Lord Vincent and hU wife, friends of Terhune, are discussing- plans to And itin a wife within tho prescribed time. It peems th.it lady Vincent ! one of " txrsons named Agatha, all close .girlhood (chums. She decides to Invito two of 'thera to tho castle and have Archlo there as lone of the ruwts. Agatha Blxth Btrlkes lArchte as a handpalpted beauty. Atratha American elrl. first li a breezy husband that Airatha Vincent tells her fllxth already cares for Archie. lie grains trom Agatha 8lxth the admlKslon that she cares for him. but will require a month's time fully to mako up her mind. Agatha First, neglected by Tfcrliunrvjre-pelve- s attentions from Isllo Freer. Four Hsys of the precious time have passed on "When Terhune ta called to Ixmion plea of bustnen. Agatha Klrst, on the a motor sickness, excuses herself from they trip planned by tho Vincents. neo Asatlia First picking flowers with a atrange man. The Vincents dlectus Agatha's seeming duplicity. The folloT-I- n day the party visits the ruins of an eld convent. Terhune continues his attentions to Agatha Blxth. Then suddenly he transfers his attentions to Agatha for tils rirat. Vincent scores him evening uppar-n- t of the IlrMrneRs. Tho last time allotted In which to becorao .encaged arrives. Tho following day Solicitor Durns will arrive from IOmlon, and the Vincents aro annlous to consummate tho encasement. Vincent discovers Atrattia ilrst and a man with hts arm around her waist. Vincent decides that the man must be Terhune. The next morning Terhune and Agatha First are very friendly breakfast table, while Agatha at theeeems somewhat displeased. SolicSixth itor nurns arrives. The Vincents are anxious. In an Interview of Vincent and his wife the latter cries In desperation over the puxzllng condition of affairs. Solicitor Karnes arrives. The Vincent's kre anxious. Will Terhune report an affianced or a free tnanT Torhune tells fcord Vincent that he proposed to Agatha Sixth and that nhe had refused to marry him. Terhune declares that If lie cannot have the woman of tils choice that he will sacrifice his aunt's fortune. An nuto- mobile arrives. Murray tlranceocth. a young man who resembles Terhune. steps In love nut of the machine. lie has been man In (with Agatha First, and wnsittie be checkered milt. It now tacks three minutes of the time that Terhune has for announcing his engagement. Vincent Tuchea Terhune to urge Agatha Blxth to accept him. Solicitor Harnes Is notified and the ceremony Is performed. dnlnt (selves tht ldy Drancepcth'a tale. "Friends," satd Chlltern In the wearied, bored tones that havo becomo habitual to him as chairman ot Innumerable political meetings, "we havo come to tell you " "Wo feel It our duty to tell you," put In Agatha Fourth. "That you are undertaking a great responsibility in allowing our former guest. Miss Endlcott, to recelvo tho at tentions of " There ho stopped short, for he seemed to perceive for the first time Drancepeth and Agatha First, sho said. And so It was. Our friends from the next county had arrived la our midst, unheralded oven by tho notao of their motor car, which now made Itself plainly nudlblo as It chugged lta way slowly to our garage, so Intent had wo been upon tho telling of Agatha First's and this nstoundlng Intelligence Chlltern succumbed entirely and was as clay in our hands. Seizing htm each under an arm wo had him sitting at tho table In no time. Drancepeth was oven solicitously tuck' Ing a napkin under the dignified gen tleman's chin when ho came to and pushed him asldo vlth a frown. "Take that thing away," he said; "I'm not a child!" Thon bo caught his wlfo's eye as Agatha Fourth, very beautiful In a palo bluo outfit placarded down the rnlddlo with lace, was graciously allowing Dearest and Agatha First to seat hor at tho table, and they laughed tho two of them Agatha Fourth rellevedly, Chlltern a trlflo shamefacedly. "It seems my fervor of duty was qulto wasted," he said. "Dut, upon my word, I meant well. Mrs. Chlltern nnd I did our best to persuade Miss Endlcott, there, to give the thing up long ngo, until matters arranged thorn- selves. Dut sho was very headstrong. very Indeed!" And ho shook hts head whimsically at bis lato guest and smiled. She smiled back at him. "And you seo It didn't do any harm after all!" sho told him brightly, "my being headstrong. Everything has all worked out for tho best!" "Ilntbcr!" remarked Drancepeth, ard- - pulied, so that we were tmnbt to fin a out what tho fun was la that sort ot thing nt all. It was only when wo bad quloted down somewhat, tho girls and Ilranccpoth and tuysolf, that Solicitor Ilarnus, who had hcrototoro boon giving hts undivided attention to his luncheon, condescended to spenk. "Whero nro Mr. Terhune and hts ab er fiancee, If t may ask?" ho said. "Ono would have supposed that my client's nephew, Mr. nhl Mr. Ter hunc would hnvo had more curiosity as to tho exact valuo ot tho property to which ho has only Just become heir." "I suppose they're still standing on tho stairs, Just where we left them," snld my wlto, ecstatically. "The dears!" place to "Not a very comfortaJ tank tove In I should say," tomment-e- d the solicitor dryly ho was a bachelor himself. "Dut I prcsumo they hardly realize whoro tho are, poor things." And his thin lips parted slightly In smtlo ot Infinite pity. Dut nobody clso at the table seemed at all to comprehend his sarcasm. Quietly, unobtrusively, my wlfo and 1 exchanged glances, and lrrltatlngly enough llrnnccpcth and Agatha First, nnd even tho Impassive Chlltern and Agutha Fourth did tho same. We none ot us 8a w anything at all queer or out of tho ordinary In the conduct of Agatha Sixth and Terhune. You wo'd been thcro ourselves. And as a nccdlo to Its magnet, so did tho hands of Denrest and myself, aa we sat at the table, seek each other under tbo cover. And with that clnsp tho last remnant of the tho exciting events of tbo past few tlrf bad tried to mako between ui vanished, nnd I vowed, ns I lost myself In tho depths of those denr gray eyes, that oven ns It had been our first mis understanding, by Jovel it should be our last, THE END. NECESSARY TOOLS FOR MAKING NEEDED REPAIRS To Otitnln Greatest Efficiency of Farm Machinery and Implements Urcako Should Hu Mended Promptly Bent Is Cheapest. (Hy i, for tho repair ot farm equipment nt hand Is ono of tho very Important things on tbo farm. Drcakdowns nro most frequent during the busy senson, and much valuable tlmo may bo lost driving to town or to tho nearest shop for repairs. Tho extent to which tho repair work should bo dono on tho farm will depend entirely upon locnl circumstances. If thcro Is n shop near by whero tho repair work ran bo dono by a trained mechanic without loss ot tlmo It may be best to carry tho greater part of such work to tho shop; but It the shop Is at a dlstanco, Is poorly equipped, or, ns Is often tho case, the mechanic In charge Is Incapable of turning out good work, it will then bo a saving to perform tho work at home. Dcstdes, there Is a largo amount ot repair work thnt cannot be carried to a shop nnd must bo done on the farm If It ts done at all. Much ot tho loss and annoyance from breakage may bo avoided by carefully Inspecting and mending wak parts of the farm equipment beforo the rush of the season's work To havo Tl. IIHATTiri) tho conveniences XV. purchaser. Tho name of the manufacturer ts a sufficient guaranty of tho quality of ninny tools, nnd the purchaser Is advised to securo only thnsu that aro sold tinder a gunranty from either tho manufacturer or tho dealer. When contemplating tho tho pur-rhas- o of n collection of tools, mako a careful study to seo Just what ones nri needed, then purchase nil nt one time, and a llbornl discount can generally bo secured. The selection of the toot outfit will depend upon tho scope and chnrnctor of tho work to bo performed. i and A soldering Iron Is very useful saves much annoyance, notn In re pairing farm machinery, and cooking utensils. Fur general purposes a one pound soldering Iron and Where will be found satisfactory. continuous work la to bo performed, two Irons aro necessary. In order thnt ono may bn hosting while tho other Soldering Irons should be Is In use. hoatel only In a clear charcoal flm or In a blue flamo of gas, gasoline, or alcohol. Defore using a soldering Iron one-fourt- h essential that the tapering copper point be filed or ground until bright, and then coated with solder by first dipping the brlghtenod hot point Into a little nt the soldering add and It Is SUCCESS TURNS MANY HEADS Average Man Asiumes an Importance to wnicn He Actually is noi rtcr Ah ft Saw Clw bai. film. tip wrtneh. Entitled. ml It is rather a remarkable Illustration of tbo wcaknes of our naturo tbnt thcro should be so many persons whose heads are completely turned by attaining even tho sllshtest degree of success. Instead of realizing that tho achievement which won him famo Is a thing of tho past, and therefore burl?d In oblivion, except to those nearest ta him, tho average man Imbibes a good drinks to his own conceit. Ills ono spo cess looms very largo upon his narrow horizon, and tho tempotnry ndulatl'in of a flcklo public magnifies Its proprr- tions and appears to glvo him an importance not rcaly his due. This Is teti J. ripping 1 u tatf t s. mmt mw ly portion of and (CHAPTER XIII. Continued.) staying at Chlltern house, and courted her openly, but on hearing ot tho Sim plin complication, Chlltern, who hated, the possibility ol being dragged Into a family row, as much as he disliked to to responsible for offending bis powerful friend and ally, had objected vehemently and had forbidden a contlnuanco of their intimacy, at least for as long os it was in his power to demand obedience. That is, while tho girl was a guest under his roof, which decree had forced nrancopeth to ceaso his attentions temporarily, when our Invitation to make one of our houso party had mercifully removed tho other principal in this romanco to WyckuoK castle. A chango ot scene, which whllo It did not utterly rcmovu her from the sphere of danger, Hlnce a chanco visit on the rart of either her formor or ;rescnt hostess to cither mansion might reveal all, still afforded hor a better opportunity to nee her lover. A state ot affairs which natural!; explained Agatha First's reluctance to havo my wife make tho trip to Chlltern house, whore sho feared mutual revelations might bo made which must necessarily ciposo tho secret of Ilrance-peth'- s courtship ot her, continued ns it was, In spite of and against Mr. expressed wish. It was also made plain to us that Agatha First's devotlou to Tcrhuno sprang from two fcourcoH. It was assumed partly to throw Mrn. Chlltern oft the scent in case she Miould malto any attempt to find out whether llranccpcth wcro still continuing his Attentions. In case ot awkward questions she wlshotl my wife to be ablo to Bay with truth that her Ktiest was Interested in some ouo else. That komo olio else chancing to bo Terhune. Shu had ulso Indulged In her lllrtutlon with Arch, uho admitted with n most engaging laugh and teasing glance at hor lover, partly because tiho had conceived a fondness for tho old boy, but softened this shaft by adding that she liked to talk to him eIi had discovered that ho knew llranceputb, and fctio was therefor able to talk about her lover, though eha could not often seo lilra. Terhuuo'a fondnssy for her society for being w ith Agatha First I thought, Could be explained even more simply, lie bud quite given himself nwuy that time when ha had so naively confided to mo his belief lbt the girl was In Jove with Cull-tern'- ti lie had at first. It appeared, called upon Agatha Enfllcott when she, was fir slc&jfflU Agatha Sixth. seated tranquilly side by stdo at tho table. Dut In spite of this damper, he struggled bravely on with what ho had evidently come with his mind mado up to say. Dy this time we. Dearest and I, had gotten an Inkling of what that was. lie had coino, we could t.ee, to warn us against encouraging tho affair between Drancepeth and Agatha First tho report having at last reached him in somo way or other that it was bethan ing carried on more furiously over under our protection, but wo hnd no doubt, however, that, nstdo from his personal lntorest In putting a stop to tho thing, the man was convinced that he was acting for Drancopeth's interests as well In Interfering, slnco It had been true enough that tho lad was so placed that bo could not well afford to offend hts undo. Chlltern Is a fine fellow, all right, but he's a good deal older than I am, and a conservative In prlvato life as well as public. Dut In splto of his tendency to preach, and an obnoxious habit of exporting everyone to toe tho mark as rigorously as he does himself, I rather like the old cock. He's deuced popular with men, certainly, nnd Is unanimously returned by his borough every election. And then, as another excuse for what mlgUt otherwise seem his uncalled for Interference In this affair, I rather think he fancied lie was doing Dearest and my-sea kindness In Informing ua of the true lnwurdness ot tho situation, that might at least bo nblo to act with Out eyes open. That ho meant well, I felt no doubt. Nevertheless, I could see that the part cf Informant was distasteful to his wife, who, in all probability, had been tho means of delaying execution ot that duty to long. These things having become clear to that tho llou. us, we also perceived Cecil Chlltorn could not possibly be aware of that morning's ovents, tho elopement of Miss Slmplln nnd consequent sauctton ot Uruncepcth's uncle upon his marriage with Agntha First. dertook to enlighten him, Drancepeth aud Miss Endlcott having grasped the object of bis visit on the moment ot his So, with ono volco ujid mind, we un- lf him. "Jly George'." 6Id young Murray, feelingly, tu hu finished hU part ot the duet the two had been giving for our benefit, "bow I lovo that Hqulre, or farmer, or wbutevor it was sho married! I'll never forget to my dying arrival "1 feel It my duty," Chlltern began again, thon paused. Ho soetned to have 4UIlcult In proceeding, with all our ently, and threw her a glance that mado her One color rise. For myself, I never felt more brilliant, and Drancepeth vied with me In getting up would-htelehumorous grams, first to Tcrhuno's Aunt Gcorgy, and then to Miss Slmplln, apprising them of the teattac state of the matrimonial prospects of himself and Arch. "It's a pity they can't bo hero to share In the Joy which has been the direct result of their handiwork," said young Murray, to whom, and to his fiancee, wo had confided the sentimental situation between Terhuno and Agatha Sixth. "Knthor!" I said. "Their presence Is tho only thing lacking to mako this particular soiree aa good as tho third act ot a well balanced comedy, whero nil tho characters appear at onco and composo themselves Into statuesque groups about the stage." "Yes," ho agreed, "but If we'ra going to havo all the characters In our play appear, wo ought leafry to hava Invited Mrs. Armlstcad and tho three othor Agatbas with their American husbands for luncheon, to make It quite complete." "Itlght!" I agreed, enthusiastically. "I say, wouldn't that havo been Jolly?" And we laughed delightedly. I was so elated over everything In general, and tho outcome ot Dearest's and my match-makinschemes In particular, that I was amused at anything at nil. Dut It Murray and I were hilarious, you should havo seen tboso girls! Their consciences seemed to be worrying them for somo reason, for every halt minute they'd aet up and embraco each other aud ask each other to forgive them. It It wasn't Agatha First who was fulling on Agatbu Fourtli'.i neck, It was Dearest who wus falling on Agatha First's neck. Dy Jove! It got rather tiresome, though onco In a while, for n change, they'd all three got up und clinch so tight I couldn't for the llfo ot mo havo said which was my own wife. Wo couldn't got anywhore at all with the meal, and Drancepeth and I began to feel quite left out, they kept It up so. Dut when we attempted to full on tho necks of Uollcltor Dames and old Chlltern, respectively, Just by way ot gutting Into tho gamo, we were rudely, and 1 may say almost violently re- e g begins. Tho proper tlmo for making such repairs aa may be anticipated Is in tho winter when thero Is little else on tho fnrm that can be done. Every farmer should havo a workshop and a supply ot tools of good quality with which he can repair Im, plements, harness or buildings. This glvo "arty to Is an ago when appearances would count for ability, a correct valuation of their much, nnd n standing In tho helping community Is farmer's which would go far toward frequently governed by thom to now accomplishments. A hU farm equipment. The man who man's most serious thoughts should bi spends his spare moments In tho reof what ts to come, o! what he Is to a pair of fences and gates nnd In mainIn tho future, not of what Is passed of taining a neat appearance of tho ot what ho has already accomplished. farm will easily be a leader among his neighbors. MADE A GOOD ADVERTISEMENT Under most circumstances It will pay to securo tools of good quality, alRow of Tempting Pies Attracted Mt though flno exterior finish Is not essential. Tools of very Inferior quality ileal Students to the Boarding aro offered at low prices, but they InHouse 'Round the Corntr. variably pruvu a disappointment to PIo. tho national dish, has been tht subject lately of pure food lnvevtlra (Inns, fumleatlon nnd of an eatltiR contest. In which tho champion pie belt of tho world was won. tm sun morn recently. In Iloston. It was used as an especially clover advertlsemrait In a cortaln kitchen wlnd?w In a ccr- tnln apartment houso that rJicked up ;tf:lnst a certain court, around mteo sides of which lived cortaln muslnal tudents and other people who drae en-tir- his further efforts. If indeed It dooi not forbid effort of any tort, nnd once a man becomes obsessed with an exag gerated Idea of his attainments there. Is Email chanco of his ever duplicating those attainments. It Is Just here, however, that so many persons make tho mistake of their lUea by bellevm" that having oava established a record for thorasclvet thcro Is no need ta 11 vo up to It. It ttoy could only forget their successes, or hide them away In tho dim places of their own wind to ho peeped nt only for Inspiration, their ant to bo reflected In all A IB) B l C Hlfkft Tt rio frpta a f plM- I ,li Iml Tarn tjpi btl lptt4 of ft MtckH crutrsl firm uw. Urt 1W4 u tplrU a pluMb, Tools for Repairs on Farm. afterwards rubbing over tho solder. This process Is known as "tinning" the Iron, and Is necessary In order to make the solder adhrro to tho copper and spread evenly. Tho Iron must be rettnned ns often as th coating burns off. Soldering Irons nr sold by the pound, tho price depending upon the market price of copper, however, the ruling prlco Is about 41) cents a pound. The use nf tools Is of great value as an educntlonnl feature, especially whun tho work Is carefully performed. Tbo boys on tho farm should be en rournged In the use of tools, but should he held responsible both for tho ot the tools nnd the diameter of the work performed with thom. The tool outfit of the farm Is ot special service on stormy days nnd will aid greatly In keeping tho boys employed and contented to remain nt home, MECHANICAL COTTON. PICKER dow was displayed each day h row ot tempting plea. The crust was naKy nnu awiciwj fcrcva. Oozing through fancy 1H1U tirlcks In Its top was Juire so rich iiid plentiful that the mouth watered tho sight. Occasionally a faint lit odor would float across tho court amJ drive tho restaurant frequenters wild Diiy lib. longing. alter uay inn Tben kitchen window was somo student asked tho owner of the If Hhn took hoarders. "No," sho replied, with tho sclfpossossloit ol ono who nnu Dccn rnvniung we query "but thoso pies nro mado by n frlml of mlno on the next street. No dxtbt bho could hoard you." And sh 414, llo.ilon Herald. Origin of Nurrflal Kiss. Tho nuptial kl.is, filth a meanlig akin to that of tbo kiss of peace, r'ld Its origin In :i most serious and pr;o tlcal church ceremony known aa (rV espousals. Among mediaeval pjojre as among somu classes of Jaws todf j, It was customary for the brldegrcnu and tho brldo to meet before ?lt nesscs In tho church smio days oi Tho mechanical cotton picker, tho ed with succchb, writes Arthur V. even weeks beforo tho marriage anc Impossible machine that will discrim- l'ugo In World's Work. thco mako a pledge of future tcnlm inate between rlpo and unrlpo cotton and at such times a ring wa tisualli bolls, linger over tho dollcato plant World's Tea Output. presented by tho prospective husbatd get the lint und Iuave the rest unTbo world's production of tea la es t Sometimes, however, th Juu was harmed this contrivance of almost ' timated at 1,200,000.000 pounds annu- poor to buy the ornament, and Insteii human, Intelligence t'hlnu consumes 400,000,000 has at last been ully. presented a kiss, which was douhtlcti made, anil Angus i.iiiupneii h quarter puuuus anuuaiiy uuu uzpgna zvu.uuv moro pleasant, and was connldoreil ot a century's efforts havobegacrowu- j'JUO pounds. binding pledge btor uiau isd Qod, it restaurants 'n this kitchen fftm January 5, 1911 CARING THE CITIZEN FOR OUTDOOR ROSES WHERE FAMINE VICTIMS REST Huge Doulder Marks the Graves Irish Immigrants Who Perished of Ship Fever. ol Page Seven IE Horticulture Should Ba Planted In Spring In North and In Fall In South to Endure Weather. As n rulo outdoor The Resurrection of Christ 1855 Berea College Over 64 instructors, 1365 students from 27 states. Largest college library in Kentucky. NO SALOONS. 1910 L3E HARM DONE BY BARK BEETLE Like Other Members of Their Family They Always Attack Weakened and Starved Trees. In penrh orchnnls from New York routhwnrd to Virginia nnd westward to Michigan tho peach Iron bark bco-tlhas Klvcn occasional trouble slnco Inabout 1K50. It Is a sect nbotU H Inch lone, nnd when It pmorgos from ttio Iron leaves tiny holes llko small shot holes In tho bark, lioncu It Is sometimes called tho borer. Tho hectics appear In early spring, burrow through the hark to the snpnood, snd lay their eggs. Tho larvae soon hutch nnd make Ilttln burrows of their owns In various directions. In about olio month they emerge nnd start a second brood. Tho numerous burrows eientually girdle and kill tho tires. Llko other members of their family, they rarely attack healthy trees, but o hard-shellehot-hol- rocognlio weakened and started trees, which soon show tho gummy Exudations at points of at- promptly tack. This peculiarity suggests that orchard trees should bo kept In tho best pnssililo vigor, and nil that show Ferlous tnftistatlon should bo promptly cut out and burned at once, ro hs to destroy nil the Insects ntuler tho bark. Delay Is sure to Increase tho risk to othur trees from Increased Peach Tree Bark Deetle. ntimbcni of Insects. If only Blight Infestations nro noticed all trees should be closely examined to determlno tho original source of weakness, and should 1)0 stimulated with applications of fertiliser, nnd tho trunk kept covered with whitewash to which parts green has been added. Strong whnlo oil sonpsudH with a llttlu crudo carbolic acid nlso nld tho effectiveness of whitewash. A recent bulletin by II. F. Wilson of tho United States department of agriculture recommends severely trimming back trees that nro seriously injured nml tho application of farmfertiyard manure nnd commercial liser prior to the application of a thick coat of whitewash to tho trunkH and limbs three times a year; first. In tho last week of March; second, during tho second week In July; and third, about October 1. For apparently healthy but slightly attacked trees, Mr. Wilson recommends tho whitewashing nnd tho removal ul all dead limbs am! tiees, not only In ttio orchard, but In tho neighborhood, so ait to destroy Uiu breeding places. roses should be purchased nnd planted In tho spring By REV. W. U MUNHALL at tho north, nnd In tho fall at tho ml rMUd.lpfcU Magazine. south, says Parks Floral They will then become established and nblo to enduro tho froit nt the lltmMMl Im the Clod north, or tho hot summer at tho THXT lonl, Jrsiis Christ.- -! nnd Father Peter I. S. our south. Kverhloomlng roses should bo ifan.l J. I pruned every month, rutting awny the It was by the sin of ono man that faded flowers nnd a portion of tho death entered tho world. Tho founFreo tain In Kilnn was poisoned and tho weakened blooming branch, waters bavo flowed on through tho agon In their polluted state. Mod In Ills Infinite mercy ban provided a remedy, a way of oscaiw, by Into tho Ills Son, who deseondod gravo, battled with death and was risen again. Tho text which I am taking Is really too big for n day or an hour, for on It ono versed In tho word of Ood would talk a week. Tho heart of this text Is taken from tho resurrection of Jesus Christ from 0 said: "For tho dead. Psalm thou wilt not leave my soul In hell." This was a prophecy by David In reference to Jesus. Pctor snld: "Men nml brethren, lot g mo sjicak of David's prophecy, ho A Cupped Everbloomlng Rose. dead. Hut according to prophecy, shall reign and his flesh shall blooming Is thus promoted, for the his buds and flowers nro mostly produced not seo death." David prophesied and Peter siioko upon tho now nnd vigorous growth tho of Summer-bloominof tho accomplishment follows pruning. that roses, such as Prairie roses, prophecy, that he, David's seed, Juno roses nnd WIchurlan hybrids should not seo death. Paul Bald: "Ho roi-- again on tho should bo pruned as soon an tho crop of bloom fades, tho older, weaker i third day." This was according to parts being removed, nnd tho young. tho scriptures; tho old tcrlptures. vigorous shoots encouraged to grow for thero waB no New Testament In All roses, north, should havo the those days. All authorities uniform frosted hrnnrlioa cut Wk in eood ' Hy iigreo that no fact Is so well cstab- eyes In early spring, nnd as the holl- - "sbed ns that Christ rose from tho dny season approaches tho moro ten dead. Hero wo havo over COO creditable dcr ones should bo surrounded by long rye straw placed so as to shed the witnesses that testify according to rain and and then bound U'o resurrection of Jesus. Thero can doubt or It, yet tnero are 10-Th- o by cords to keep tho strnw In place, bo Kverbloomlng roses that are of P' who doubt. I suppose all of you doubtful hardiness should have a pail- say you do believe- - but do you? Do you boliovo Let me explain. ful of placed around each will bo raised In plant, nnd n broad board set edge- that Cod's wlso around tho bed to protect from body from tho dead: You can not tho severe winter winds. These are possibly believe In tho bodily resur- slmplo hints, but If heeded they will roctlon of your Lord from tho grave greatly aid tho cultivator in attalnlns without bellovlng In tho bodily icsur- rectlou for uon s people. 1 uirow mis out by way of emphasis. Thoso who deny literal resurrection from premises of their own conse Selecting Apples. Particular npples demand particular quently reach unnatural conclusions, places. It 1b a curious fact thut out Thero Is no teaching of tho resurrec-o- f nil tho many varieties we havo tc tlon apart from tho teaching in tho select from thero nro only a very few sacred scriptures. I may tako for Illustration of the that will do tcry well, that will bring out tho very best qualities of theli resurrection tho hideous worm that fruit on any ono farm. Wo find that iplns Its own winding sheet and lies tho reputations of nil our lending fruit In a cocoon. Ily and by it bursts ind districts havo been built up Inrgely on a beautiful moth emerges. This Itho success of one variety. Tako the llustrates but does not explain tho of bodily resurrection from the Cravensteln; It has probably done dead. Tho only placo to Und oxylalia-tlofor tho reputation of tho uigj-of resurrection of tho do3 In In valley In Novn Scotia than any other npple. And so Hubbardston In tho scriptures. Somo say man and horso aro tho tho Hudson river valley. Northern Spy In western Now York, near Inko On- same; that they llvo and dlo all tho tario, York Imperial In tho south same. This doctrine is not what won mountain region In Pennsylvania and say and belluvo. It Is purely mid Albemarle Pippin In tho south moun- only a revelation from Ood. Win tain region of Virginia, says n writer sayH tho scriptures? If you Iimo In an exchango. Just ono variety of nothing hero that gives yoti hopi. you 1 uomioro npplo has built up tho reputation of nnve noiuing. rsaitn 10: 5'ory reeach of theso different fruit, districts. my heart Is glad and My flesh nlso vfcilt rest In joices. hope. Thou wilt not leave n'y soul In Muskmelons. tell." David knew tbrr'j tfin resurThero Ib a general Impression tha rectlon. Ifcivld trusted In '.lod and muskmelons nro of much better qual- - could say, looking do.ith In itu hldo-Itwhen grown In sandy soils. Cor-- , ousness In tho fact: "Oh t'esth, where talnly melons of very" high quality nro '.a thy sting grave, where fs thy In sectluns of tho country tory?" Wo havo bwn iia's one with whero the coll Is very sandy nnd yet IHm nnd havo a Hi lug bfpo through It would be dllllcult t find better, Illm. cantaloupes than wero produced this At tho death tho spirit returns to year at Stato College, Pa., on lingers- - the Ood of David, a:id tho soul do- town clay loam. until tho The plants wero parts to Its plan of started In paper pots tmder glass and second coming rf Cfcrl't, when wo en transplanted to tho open ground after ter Into our own. 07 tho wicked danger of frosts. they have 1 Kir.:!, h'tt no spiritual life At their death the soul departs to torment. fhu bul of nil goes Into tho gravo and res'.dves back to tho dust of t'jo cnrtfi. "Tho dust of tho bo-Ing snow-watecoal-ashe- s doc-trln- o e n request of tho Montreal. Tho Ornnd Trunk Itnllwny, rondo to tho Ilallwny Commission of Canada, to condemn to Its use tho old cemetery op St. F.tlnmie street. In this city, w Inch It claims to bo necessary to Its growing business, has nronsed to bitter opposition tho Irishmen ot Montreal nnd of all eastern Canada. To Irishmen the old cemetery la sacred ground. In tho days of tho FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS. Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject. So many classes that each student can bo placed with others lilt himself, where he can make most rapid progress. PjLvCflPSBSBHBJBBBBBfl Which Department Will You Enter? THE MODEL SCHOOLS for the'so least advanced. Same lecture library and general advantages as for moro advanced1 students. Arithmetlo and tho common branches taught In tho right way. Drawing, Singing, Dlblv Handwork, Lessons In Farm and Household Management, etc Free text Boulder Marks Victims' Graves. In Ireland tens of famine of IS thousands of Irishmen fled from their native land. Somo entered tho United Stntes through tho ort of Now York; thousands cumo to this city, somo to enter tho promised lnnd, but mnny thousands of them to dlo hero of ship fovcr. In tho old cemetery tho remains of 6,000 of these fnmtno victims nro buried. Until 18S9 no monument was erected to mark their resting places. Then a hand of Irishmen employed In tho construction of tho Victoria bridge placed a huge boulder In tho cemetery bearing this Inscription: "To preserve from desecration tho remains of (5,000 Immigrants, who died of ship fever, 1S47-4this stone is erected by tho workmen of Messrs. I'eto lirassey & Ilctts, employed In tho construction of tho Victoria bridge. 1S5D." Irishmen hero declare that tho appropriation of tho cemetery by the railroad would bo an act of desecration nnd their nttltudo Is sustained by members of tho race all over Canada. have been retained to oppose tho railroad beforo tho Hallway Commission. 8 ' books. TRADE COURSES for any who haye nnlshod fifth grade (fractions and compound numbers), Drlckwork, Farm Management, Printing, Woodwork. Nursing, Dressmaking, Household ManagomcnL "loam and Earo." ACADEMY, REGULAR COURSE, 2 years, for those who have largely finished common branches. The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life. CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course bo that a young man. may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady la Home Science-ACADEMY, COMMERCIAL, 1 year or 2 yoars to fit for business. Even, a part ot this course, as fall and winter terms. Is very profitable. Small' extra fees. ACADEMY, PREPARATORY, 2, 3 and 4 year courses, with Latin, man, Algebra, History, Science, etc, fitting for college COLLEGIATE, 4 yoars. Literary, Scientific and Classical courses, wlthr The use of laboratories, scientific apparatus, and all modorn mothods. . 0r highest educational standards. courses fit for tho profession of teaching. First NORMAL, 2 and s year, parallel to 8th grado Model Schools, enables ono to get a certificate. Following years (winter snd spring terms) give tho Information, culture and training necessary for a truo teacher, and! cover branches necessary for State certificate. MUSIC, Singing (free), Reed Organ, Volco Culture, Piano, Theoiry. Band, may be taken as an extra In connection with any course. Small extrsv first-clas- fees. Expenses, Regulations, Opening Days. g Rcrea Collego Is not a Institution. All tho money received from students la paid out for their benefit, and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year moro than he pays " In. TI1I3 great deficit Is niado up by tho gifts ot Christian and patriotic peopl who aro supporting Dcrca In order that It may train young men and womoa for lives of usefulness. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from tho best families and arc earnest to do well and improve. For nny who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except thoso with parents In Boroa llvo In College buildings, and assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to tho valuo 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 beforo coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundrj, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our cllmato is the best, but as students must attend classos regardless of the weather, warm wraps nnd underclothing, umbrellas and ovorshoes, aro noccssary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cosL LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost The College asks no rent for tho lino buildings In which studonts live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of boddlng a week In and towels. For tablo board, without coffee or extras, the fall, and $1.50 in winter. For room, furnlshod, fuel, lights, washspring, 50 cents in wlntor. ing of bedding, 40 cents a week In fall-an- d SCHOOL FEES aro two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return ot room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and is returned when tho student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for earo of school buildings, hospital library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift). Tho Incidental Feo for most students Is $5.uu a term, ?C In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by th term, board by tho half term. Installments aro as follows: Vocational, Normal and Model College Academy School PALL S COO , C.0.0 t 7j)0 Incidental Fee 6.6 5.60 5.C0 , Boom 9. 9.43 9.43 Hoard, 7 weeks money-makin$1-35 ARTS IN TRIBUTE TO WAGNER Plaque to Be Placed on the Palace Wsll In Venice Where the Great Master Lived. Parts. Cadorln, the sculptor, has just finished In his studio In Paris, tho plaque In marble of Richard Wagner, which Is to bo placed on the wall of tho palace, on tho Grand canal In Venice, whero tho great master of music lived, nnd whero his out-sld- o death occurred. Italy's most eminent poet, Gabriel d'AnnunzIo, wrote tho dedication which Is under the bust of Wagner. Tho literal translation Is as follows: In This Palacn Last llrealh of Hlclianl Wagner Is Heinl by tlin Souls l'cm-tualItseU Like tho Tide Wlilcli Laps the Marble. nr Tin- - - y Thus the poet who In his "II Fuoco" speaks of Wagner as tho "Teuton who bus stolen away tho Italian birth- - Amount duo Sept. 14, 1910 Hoard for 7 weeks, duo Nov. 2, 1'JiO.. f20.Q5 9.4S $29.5.0 $29.00 $ 5.0.0 21.05 9.45 $30.50 $30.00 $22.05 9.4r $31.50 $31.0S $ ' W KEEPING PESTS FROM TREES Be Injury by Rabbits and Mica May Avoided by Fastening Screen Around Trunk. To keep rabbits and mlco away from tho trees, tako a length of plain wlrw screen; form it around tho trunk of the tree, fasten tho ends together und push It down an Inch or so Into the To Protect Trees. soil. A good wny to fasten tho ends of the ucroeu Is to lap them over about an Inch und run a utrnlght wlro down through tho openings, like making a seam with n neodlo In a piece can bo easily removed, of cloth. T) earth shall rise" .the bodies). QUXSTOTAIjACIO That which Is In tho gravo cornea forth thero Is Kothli.3 but tho body lUriTUMSI CGML LA HAKXA In tho gravo, tbereforo It Is the body CMt LAMM. I HACHJ which Is ml sod. The Wagner Plaque. Now Is the time to sot out your fruit Allow to a certain extent tho prem trees. Ises tho we are as animals; that right." meaning that ho has surpassed Destroy tho San Jose scale. It makes Josus was born of woman, llko us; tho Italians in music, in which tlioy the fruit short weight. that Chriei was developed Into man feel It their right to excel, pays a Asparagus ferns and sword ferns hood by iho laws of nature At 33 tribute to tho German genius that Inaro very good winter plants. years H was nailed upon the tree; spired his pen. Cut scions now for grafting next Ills bofy was taken down by kind spring. Pack In sawdust or sand very hands. Camels Like Tobacco. slightly dampened. On the third day an angel rolled r Rome, Italy. An Italian army Place cuttings of currant, gooseber- back tho stone. The same physical back frcm Morocco sa hat In ry and grapo In bundles and bury In body came out of that tomb. Women dry sand for spring planting. knew Him (wo will also know Illm), that country tho fiercest camels are F.vcry fruit grower who markets his and He said: "Go tell My disciples mudo tractable by tobacco, a new In vention. When a camel lies down and fruits should hnvo some sldo lines to that I ascend.1 piece make up for nny loss In fruit. Ho ascended, directly returned and won't budge, a The orchard can bo plowed and allowed women to touch Him, whei of wood Is placed in his mouth. At sowed In peas that will bring good when Ho bad met them Ho bat the outer end Is n nolo and In this a returns nnd boneflt tho orchard said, "No, 1 bavo not ascended." This cigar la stuck. As roon as tho clgnr much. was In Accordance with an old Mo- Is lit, Mr. Camel rises and marches It Is estimated that tho loss from Bale dispensation which did not allow as docllo ns a lamb, but only as long leaf curl to the peach growers of this women to touch n priest who was en as ho Inhales tho smoke. When the country amounts to more than $3,009,-00- gaged In tho corcmony of sin offer clgnr Is finished the curol becomes a year. Ing. Christ, Is a priest, and was n sin fierce again and must bo bribed with Where orchards nro cultivated, the offering, and could not be touched uu another. top soil should bo kept In a stato of til Ho uppeared beforo tlo Father nnd lino mulch In order to keep ns much completed tho offering. Ho then re Ancient Custom In England. moisture In tho ground us Is iiosslble. turned 10 earth and allowed tho wo London. Hy virtue o! a custom sc The Injury to applo trees known us men to touch Hint. Ho also let doubt ancient that Its origin U wholly for suiiKcald Is ono of tho mast serious ing Thomas touch Illm. Ho appeared gotten, It will bo it schoolboy, not a hindrances to successful npplo cul- In their midst and told Thomas to high dignitary of tho empire, who will ture, particularly In tho northern and reach forth his lingers, saying proba first ucc'nlm tho now monarch when eastern sections. hjy: "This, Thomas, Is the name hand KltiK George V. Is crowned at West A great many orchardlsts believe I used In ministering to thu needy minster abbey. Tho Westminster that spring is thu best tlmo for setting and suffering and sorrowing. This school Is 3S6 yeirs old, and for cen an orchard because tho soil will not was tho same body boru of woman, turies the young captain of tho school pack or buko then as It does f (ho crucified, burled and risen from the boB been tho first to cry "God save the trees nro set In tho fall. king!" after tho coronation ceremony. dead." Many trees that havo been girdled For forty days Ho was with the dis- After 'ra tho peers repeat tho cry. by mlco can bo saved by bridge graftciples, walked, talked and even ata and then It Is token up by tho entire ing, which consists of bridging over with them, and was seen 110 lees than congregation and tho multitude out the bark above tho place where tbu eleven time. sldo. bavo gnawed and that below. mire ofll-cothree-cornere- d 0 Total for term If paid In advance WINTER Incidental Fee Room Board, 6 weeks I COO v tf.fi" 9.00 C00 9.00 7Ji CM 9.01 $20.0,0 Amount due Jan. 4, 1911 9.0,0 Board for C weeks, due Feb. 15, 1911. $21.00 9.00 $30.00 $22.0r 9.M $31.01 Total for term If paid In advance 8PRING Incidental Feo Room Board, 5 weeks Amount duo March 29. 1911 $29.Qp $58.50 $ 5..00 .Q0 $29.50 $ 6.00 4.00 0.73 $10.75 $.75 $30.5t $ 0.75 7.M 4.0t 6.7f '....$15.75 6.75 Beard for 5 v, eeks, due .May 3, 1911 . . $17.71 6.7S $23.60 $23 $24.61 Total for term S23.00 $23.00 $24.0C If paid In advancs REFUNDING. Students who leavo by permission bcfoio the end of term receive back for money advanced as follows: (No al'owance for fraction of a week.) On board, refund In full. Expenses," there Is a largo loss occaOn room and "Special sioned by vncant rooms or depleted classes, and the Institution will refund only one-haot tho amount which thu student has paid fur tho remulnlnu weeks of tho term. On Incidental Fee, students excused boforo Iho m'ddlo ot a term fcll! tho Incidental feo paid, which cerllflcatft will certificate for one-ha-lf be received as cash by Ilorea Collego on payment of term bills by the st ieut In person, or a brother or sister, if presented within four terms. The first day ot Fall term Is September 14, 1910. The first day ot Winter erm is January 4, 1111. The first day of Spring term Is March 29, 1311. ror InfonnaUm or frlondly advice, wriio lo tho Secretary, o 11 WILL C. GAMBLE, JJEREA. KENTUCKY. THE CITIZEN. Hononoonoononotoonononooionotononoonononuiuiunoi January 5, 1911. spending his vacation visiting rela- OOB oOO Uvea In Berca, Ky. Iloscoo Taylor, formor Borea student, now employed by tho Ohio Traction Co., spent Mon- day after Christmas with Mr. and and Mrs. Granvll Johnston. The Sal vatlon Army gave their Christmas en First of a Series of Eighteen tcrtalnment Saturday night for tho Hocorreiiend(icpttllilu4iilia tlt(d Is fell ly U ulllir. lit ttire poor children of tho city. MUs Mnr- s evident! o( coal filth. Write plainly. li a)l far pabllCAtion, bat Articles (tin Ilnloo n nln.A nf f!raivll tnlinu. Soo.ooooooooooool,o1.ooi,oJ.oJ,oo1.ooa.o1,o1.oM ton( af,ci 15 ycnrS( Uua CnrUtnia8 By EUGENE L. FISK. M. D. FOR REPRESENTATIVE day in Mercy Hospital of typhoid MADISON COUNTY imKim fever. Mr. and Mrs. M. Gabbnrd and We are authorlied to aunounco tho ana .Mrs. Ua- urcyius, Jan. l.-- ur. I. Fresh Air In the Home. children spent Christmas with Mr. ,n,iidArv of Dr. J. A. Mabuifcy. of OWSLEY COUNTY visiting Mrs. Bauer's s.stor, and Mrs. E. E. Flancry In Klmwood 8turgeon, Ky., for Representative of er Its Low Cost and ISLAM) CITY l'lnco, also Clins. Flancry. who has tho 71at district, subject to ttio ac- Mrs. Frank Etlirlegc, of Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Land aro still Island City, Jan. 1. .Married at tho ,CCn attondlng school nt Ohio North- High Value tion of tho Itepubllcan patty. visiting in our ni.dst. .Mrs. Lamb will brldo's home, Jano Mooio to Mac orn University at Ada, O. Mayor Dr. EUGENE U HSU. leavo for Itlchmoiid nnd undergo an Bowling. Thoy loft, Tucsduy, for Cow Hothwcll announced that tho "lid" Copyright. 1910. by American Prut JACKSON COUNTY Author of "Horn Court In Health operation, Tuesday, as tho Is in very Creok. Daniel Ford sold his land to would go on Saturday night desplto J Allocution. Cullurt" (IKAY1IAWK poor neauu. mt. j nines iunsioru uiii aayior ior cigm nunuicu uoi- - tho fact that It was Now Year s cvo. Ooo OOO Tho girls of tho Hamilton Homo Gray Hawk, Dec. 25. Tho Christ- aud son liairison made a business lars. Ho will locate on Black Lick, HE old Greek philosopher re- bon dioxide, while tho nlr of a crowd mas troo at Uray Hawk given by .Mr. trip to Berca, Saturuay. Mrs. Bert Jackson County. Tho neighbors will Telephone oxchntigo wero paid garded nlr ns a simple and od schoolroom may and children spent a tew ' miss Mr. Ford as ho Is ono of Owsley donds on their year's earning and DoVoung aud wtfa was a succor. contain twenty uncliiiugciihle element like time thill ntimlinl nnft lu. mrrMt.mfl. were many nice prtsonis lor days of lost week with Mr. and Mrs. County's best men. Jennio Smith and rach given a gold coin asaChrlstuins There gold. Hllvvr. etc.. Slid the nclv vlllnt.il lir nr?nl,. lmi..IPltl all, and plenty of good music. Somo James Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Janivs Paris Smith and wlfo of Beroa aro presont Messrs. Slmttuck and Hus- - rroblem of how nlr mutalni life was micro! mid what has Uvn well Tory good rocltatlons were given Ly Lunsford of Berca visited at tho Rov. taking a week's stay with iclathvs 8oy, architects of Chicago, have been ctrtulnly "Greek" to them. named tho "sewage" of the lunga and children. J. U. Hall of Lexington Mr. Lunsford's, Saturday und Suuuuy. and friends hero. itobort McGcorgo hero In consultation with architect tho This liniormire of the componltlnri ,1,,. Mr. and Mrs. Bud llublo are re- - who served threo years In tho Unit- - y, c. Mueller and tho building com- - of nlr pentlited until and H. H. Field Imvo boon In our the latter purl Rtnawlng Air In Rooms, Jolclng over tho arrival of a baby boy jed States service returned homo a mlttco regarding tho now J1SO.O00 Y. of the elghteeiilh midst for a fow days, bird hunting. lenltiry. when Priest.' Even where n liberal air space Is In their home. Roy Hudson nnd Jim fow days ago. Circuit Court closjd M. C. A. building for Hamilton. d ler discovered Hint ulr Is n mlxturcxif allotted to ouch Individual It U neces- Mr. Geo. Begley was married to bulmade a business trip to Rich- - , last Monday. Tho grund Jury returned tslatlon Is being prepared for enses. one of which, oxygen. U uwrn- - snry Unit the nlr of a room be com- la Farmer at tho hoino of tho bnd. Friday. A Now Year's enter- - forty-thro- o truo bills. Island City Is ago by city council establishing tho snry to life. Ily experiment on mil- - pletcly climbed nt Icnm once every The Hev. Dill Anderson otf.clat.d. main he demointnitcil Unit In pnln hour. In schools nnd factories where Henry Tinclur has been visiting at talnmcnt was given at tho Christian Improving ruplJly. New dwellings aro cluster lighting system for tho Sunday. Mr. James Young going up, and every thing seems in ncss district of Hamilton. Congress-gav- e through the Iiiiiks nlr pnrU wlih some there Is limited nlr space er capita J. B. Bingham's for some tiine. L. an Interesting talk aud ulso Jno. a prosperous condition. Georgo Ar- - man Jas. M. Cox has Introduced In of Its oxygen to the IiIihkI nnd take nrninceiiientu are often made for J. Boblusonhas purchased a farm from the blood n imiIwuhius gas-c- urchnnglng tho nlr from Bve to seven C. F. Itoblnsou, known as the Lunsford. Tho subject was, "What nold who served three years In tho congress a bill appropriating $50,000 boo dioxide. Priestley, from of courne, wns Umes ier hour. nro Blblo Schools For?" Several oth- - U. S. army returned homo last fc'at- - for preserving and perpetuating tho CO acres for threo hunHatflold farm, not iiwnre Hint ulr limy nlsu brliik' Oue gas burner consume as much dred dol.am. treaching services are ers gavo interesting talks on tho sub- - urday. All aro glad to read tho an- - slto of Old Fort Hamilton. If this from the him,-- nnd tlirunt other or- oxygen us four nnd one-hamen. of nounccmcnt of Dr. J. A. Mahaffcy as appropriation goes through, It will every Sunday nlsht ut orayhawk Ject, too. Llttlo Myrtlo Bcngo held 1 pin le Impurities nnd the microbe nf have considered thus far l be air DoYoung. All are Berea spent a few days of last week a candldato for Representative. Wo add much toward giving Hamilton Its dlenc. Ah Ignorance of these fncts polsous by tho Kev. Mr. and deleterious mutters de- with her grandfather, Mr. Clifton think ho Is tho right man. School proposed civic center. Tho chamber existed for thousands of years It Is riTcd from the human body. Invited to come. Other - closed at Royal Oak, Saturday, with of commerce of Bongo. Mr. and Mrs. Wulter WUHamilton has been not strnnge uiat our nncestors oummi sources of contamination also exist 1JOU11LEL1CK Hams of Kerby Knob visited Mrs. W1W their homes mid ordered their live and nre a mennce to health. I hare Doublellck, Dec 31. Mrs. Nannie ' Ham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. entirely without regard to the vnlue of mentioned vnxr of water as an Ingrc- Cruse of Valley View Is vlsltlug homo Jones. T. H. Davis and lumlly took irrsn nir. i,ven now. nowever. ine dlent of pure nlr. Tills tniwr Is uulto JacKson. folks and other lrlends lu old Imblts rsNt to some extent, nnd necessary to health, and Its sImcoco dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Owen Lake, Misses auila and Klla Sparks made stuffy, overh'-sted- . Ill ventilated room occasions a peculiar dryness of the trip to Clover Bottom, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jones, a business may be found In every r.niiiiiuiilly. akin and a stulllness In the brad which Mary Moins who has Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Hurd, Mls3.s Tuenuuj. ton. If fresh nlr were n high priced rom- - la often the first stnge of a common Laura Winkler, Eliza Rose and Mr. been visiting her children In Hamlltoi modlty there would In- - some excuse cold. The cold Is dlrectlr caused bv and Mr 8. W. M. Kindred took dinfor not breathing It. Hut. except In microtis, but the system la laid open lor tne paat two months Las return- ner with Mr. and Mrs. Speed ruse of .overcrowded tenement to their attacks by tb conditions ed home. School will closo today. Jtie last Friday. Sunday school pure nlr Is within the reucb above described. The community seems to bo pleased Is progressing nicely HANK GOD every at tho Chrisof rich and poor alike, and neglect to Th absence of vanor of water la with the way the school has prospertian church. morning when you usually the result of faulty beating ed. Mrs. Bob Abrams is slowly imMOTK methods. A hot air furnace or atove proving. get up that you Mote, Jan. 2. Mrs. Hudson Powell will supply uuduly dry air unless who has been very sick Is much imsomething to have some device Is used for supplying EOCKCASTLE COUNTY proved. Bose Lain has sold his farm moisture. Such devices are ordinarily do which must be DlsPUTANTA to Georgo Potf of Big Hill. 'the attached to furnaces In the form of a Jan. 2. Born to Mr. Misses Grade and Annie Roberts visDIsputanta, done whether you like it or not. small reservoir owning Into the air and Mrs. A. B. Cole, Dec. 22, a line ited friends at Silver Creek last week. supply. Neglect to keep thin reservoir forced to work, and forcBeing boy. Mother and babe are doing well. filled with water Is a serious mistake Roscoe Burns of Ohio visited relMr. Hulord Gadd of this place and atives during tho holidays. Born to ed to do your best, will, breed in and may be responsible for murb diswere quietcomfort and Illness. Where no such Miss Kobinson of Big Hill Mr. and Mrs. Tom Guess, a tine girl. dilyou temperance, derlce Is a port of the beating apparaly married at the home of It. J. Palestine Hazelwood and family tus a vessel of water should be pi need igence, strength of will, content Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. visited Jim Benge's of Berea last upon the stove or at some point where George Payne spent Christmas with Thursday. Married, Dec 24, Mr. which and a hundred virtues the hot ntr will puss over It and lake their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nathan Evans and Miss Ettio Powell, op the moisture: otherwise It will take the idle will never know. Abn.y v.slted also Mr. Ellsha Maupin Keuben Hammond. and Miss Bvs-bi- o the moisture from the body. G. T. Payne, Monday night. W. W. KlNGSLKY Powell, Dec. 27. The brides aro The teniierutur In the bouse sbonld Anglln has gone to Brush Creek to the handsome and attractive daughters not be allowed to rise above (28 detelegiaphy. W. A. Hammond of Mrs. Molllo Powell, and Mr. Evans ftudy grees. Neglect of this precaution la made a business trip to Mt. Verno.i and Mr. Maupin are prominent tannfrequently rrsponilblo for undue susceptibility to colds. last week. MUs Settle Poynter, cur ers at Blue Lick. Their friends exschool teacher, has returned to her tend 8oms Ventilation Point. congratulations. Mrs. Lillle home at Boone. We are very sorry to Lawson of Lexington visited relatives In considering the pructknl problem see her go, as she made many good here last week. Joe Creckniore of ventilation the following I It ma are is friends here. There was a social at sick this week. Miss Dora Ely a of most luiioriiince: The most vtllcleut meant of ventilatC. W. Wyatt's, Tuesday night. Miss school closed, Dec. 2J, with a nice ing. In tho winter time, la Dlnkalo Lane of near Berea visited entertainment and ChrUtmas tree. tbe beutlug system. The hut air furher brother, 0. M. Payne, last week. Miss Ely returned to her homo at Benace, which Insures a constant supply Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Chasteon rea, the 2tth. Tliere will be preach of fresh outside air. Is the best sysmade a business trip to Lexington ing at the Bobtown school house, 'a fine exhibition and Christmas tree. tending delegates to Indianapolis, Ind. tem If the air Is supplied direct to last week. Saturday night, Jan. 14, by tho Rev. J. All report a nice time. J. F. Brewer to confer with tho officials of Uio each room und tbe precautions taken ROCKfrOIlD W. Parsons. Everybody Is Invited to Is teacher. D. B. Mooro received Indianapolis and Cincinnati Traction to keep the ulr moist which I hnve ' Rockford, Jan. 1. T. C. Viars is come. already otitllmtl. While Ibis system the malo hog ho ordered from Broad Company as to having them extend o does not pmvlde for releuslng bad air. way, Mo., a few days ago. It Is a their from Connersvllle, Ind., IIIG HILL. still In poor health. C. Hoi man left . t.l- ...tl Big 11II1 Jan. 3. Christmas passed splendid animal, weighing about 75 to Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. owk oas uonsxn vara as much oxtokx u"ul," ........ i"" !... " '". .. ..mmIpb ' "'"" a few days ago for Hamilton, O. It is deslr- of door und windows. as rocu and a ii ai.it ukx, J. J. Hamilton who has been at oft very quitely here. MUs Fox had pounds and costing $1C. It is an Eckert spent Christmas with homo able, however, to huve open fireplaces work on 1. A. Bowman's house near a nico entertainment and Christmas English Berkshire. John Couch of folks at Cold Spring, Ky. Mrs. Eckert obtnln It can only arise from Igno- - wherever possible to Insure the rapid Kingston Is home on account of bad tree at Narrow Gap. Everything went Jackson County Is visiting friends ulso visited her sister who is in tho raneo or Indifference to bodily health, escape of vitiated ulr. Where stovea 1 supisise i.eople limy still woather. MUs Hernice Todd is visit- off nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton near here. Chrlsmtas passed off very hospital In Cincinnati, having underbe fduud arp employed tbe air Is not changed ing her sister, Mrs. 11. E. Bullen Crump from Lexington uro visiting quitely with about forty gallons of gone an operation. Mr. Eckert's sis- who dreud to breutlie the "night air." very rnpMy. nud tbe duiigert of con- this week. Mr. an Mrs. J. E. mi-to- n their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip whiskey In the surrounding neigh- ter, Daisy, Is field secretary of tho who delight lu "nice, wnrni." heavily tamlnutloii from coal gas necessitate Nannie Mays of Blake Phllathea's of tho U. S. Tho chief curtained rooms, where the sunlight i0I1K. pti-ln-l of II Tea have been visiting Hayes. Mrs. Crump, formerly known borhood. im.nns of veiitllutlon. An T. C. Vlara. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. as Miss Julia Johnson, aud Miss Dora spent Christmas at Island City and fire Inspector is Investigating th cannot fade the furuliure und the win- - eSeelleut measure Is to raise the lower ter nlr is rigidly excluded. I would w,idow about four Inches or Bowman went to Mt. Vernon lat Kly spent a tew hours with Miss Lucy reports a nico time. John Chadwell 12.000,000 flro which occurred In Cinweek to see Mr. Bowman's sick Hayes, Monday. Mr. Joseph Iteece, who spent Christmas at homo will cinnati causing tho death of threo flro Invite tbe attention of such people to anJ cOHe ,UB opening with an necu- a few simple nnd easily demonstrated raley ,lttlnK K,ru This will allow broth.-r- , Charlie, who has cnsunip.l.n Sr., Is in 111 health. Mr. aud Mrs. fctart to Berca In a fow days. Ov J. men and ono spectator. Tho flro is facts. thu nlr to come lu between the two supposod to have been of Incendiary Mayo of Indiana aro visiting Miss Gentry and Nathan Bowles caught a and is not expected to livo long. Frsih Air Facts. similes without causing u draft. Two Daddy and Mrs. Todd are some better, Mayo's father and mother, Mr. and lino coon, ChrUtmas day. D. anil origin. Your correspondent wishes In the first plure. uuswerlng the pos- holes tnuy be cut lu this board aud W. Todd sold one colt to Dau Mrs. Clint Carrier. Oscar Hayes, a Green Wood of Jackbon County stayed to express his thanks for tho kind J. sible query, "Whut bus nil thU lulk mall boxes opening toward the cellOwens for $90. W, T. LInvllle waa Ktudont of Berea College, has been vis over Saturday night with John Chad-wel- l. words of advlco of Pres. Frost and about fresh air dune for Immunity V" 1 ing placed over them. itlng relatives during the holidays. at J. E. McUuires, Saturday night. Charles Lewis of Jackson Coun- greetings from Mrs. Yocum and others WOUd Kuy ,,,, ,t lmK UWered the As frequently as possible living J. J. Martin and Itobt. Bowman are ty who. It Is said, Btiot aud killod y through your valuablo and wclcomo death rate from consumption over 10 rooms should be thoroughly ventilated CLAY COUNTY summoned on tho Juiy at ML Vernon per cent In the last thirty years, lu by ojn'iilng nil windows and doors and Sparks has not yet been caught. A paper. O.N Kill A tho same period It bus reduced the rapidly und completely changing the this woek. The granddaughter of II. rnward Is still offered for his arrest Oneida, Jan. 3. Lawyer street of Mother-FrienThe death rate uiiiong people under thirty air. E. Northern returned to her homo In and delivery to McKco Jail. D. U. Manchester, Ky., had a largo fire. "It's no good explaining to you years of nge about 3U kt cent. It Where the hot water or steam sysBell County, Dec. 24. School closed Wood closed his school last Satur- mother, for you Law and a resldenco at Walnut Grove Dec. 23. Miss Bes3le Three burned. officestotal loss was about day and will leave In a fow days for said a little girl wouldn't Understand,' has done so much Ihut cuutlous, con- tem Is used for heating tbe nbove prepatiently to her moth wero The looking cautions nre nlso advisable, ns aucb McWborter has been teacher. Born Mr. Wood Is er, when the latter was asking why servative scientific men are 3,G0O and not over $500 Insurance Florida for his health. forward to n complete erudlcullou of systems do not provide uny means of to Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Anglin on the on Kvery mother can consumption nnd other communicable tho wholo, this being on ono of a tlno young man and respected and wherofore. ventilation. 2nd, a fine boy. Mrs. W. H. Ltnvlllo by overybody. understand If she tries, and become a diseases and their banishment to the tho law offices. School has opened Ventilating at Night. privileged member of the children's has been sick tor some time. bbick death aud limbo where tl with prospects of the best school wo Tu(? problwl. of veutllutlug at night kingdom without losing any of ber au ' Hamilton, Ohio, Letter. WIL1MK itunllpox huve been driven. have ever had. Mrs. Mary B. Mobley u nmt.h uUuvleft UuUUi n, ,)we ulul. thorlty and dignity as a parent, and Pure air U commed of. npproxl- - ,en, ,.omn)ol, B,.nse nnd t.iutl.ui must "Wildle, Jan 2. Miss Samantha Flah who has been HI with typhoid fever Hamilton, O., Jan. 2. Tho Now tho mother-frienIs generally adored mutely, seventy nine nitrogen und , purls UM(H, who has boun In Nebraska for some for tho past few weeks is ablo to Year was ushered in at midnight Sat- by her own as well as other people's ,ue wln.r me iro. twenty-on- e u truce of parts oxyg lM. Iuken ngalnst time returned home last week.. Mr. walk around again. We hud a nico urday ovo in Hamilton by tho blow- little ones. CUUIIH carbon dioxide vupor of water and dnltttt bu, lhmlRU ventilation of Tom Mink and Miss Serena Burdette tldo In South Fork of Kentucky river. ing of whistles and tho ringing of ,.,, miuui. ,e minuie quuuiii.es oi inner eieiiicuin w were married Dec. 2C Mlbs Ella Mae Few rafts were taken to market. bolls. Tho salo of lied Cross stamps which have mi known lulliience on the mulnialned regurdletut uf the iiiiidlllon HIE I9II WORLD ALMANAti. Coffey visited her aunt, Mrs. Albert The Rev. J, A. Burns has moved to in Hamilton during ChrUtmas reachoooy. Alter nir is expeuin ir.iui ine of ww,.r lt U usuully wkh. Reynolds, last week. Ethel Reynolds the property of the Oncdla Baptist ed 40,000. Tho Y. W. C. A. presented ns Priestley bIl without a Compute Library U bi luugs It conlulns. IncreustMl umoiuitlirst drift, UylllVl. friH; Veulllutlou the . Is sick. Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry Huston Instltuto where ho will reside In tho each of tho women Inmates of tho of lemonstrnted. tin ,iroK.ry pacing Oontaialof Soma Xafonastloa Aboat of Hazelpatch visited their father, future The buildings wero vacated by County Infirmary rnrbon dioxide nnd a reduced uuiount Tm. ,,,,., nMhlHit however. Is to have with either bn EvsryUlat A Evtrytblar I. Mr. Column Burdette, last week. tho widow Mrs. Louisa Combs who apron or a doll. Philip Brlcka, aged if oxygen. Mleenliig imn'li or bnlcony. where ono Orsal Su; Thlafs. MUs Ollle Coffey and brother, Forest, moved to Manchester. Mrs. Llzzlo CO yoars of Webster Avo, was killed pirUnlm It has been estimated that ench per- - may sleep practically In Ihe upon, such In vol unralt HID bmw, W Um Oomirf iktU, mm. son requires 3.(XM cubic feel of fresh a Mircli cuu eu ally be adjusted for were the guests of Mr, and Mrs. A. Bowling has rented a building in Man by an Ohio electric work-ca- r , lato dtttlla ptvti WUtUil prasacli. MrtU hM air per hour If the proportion of car- protection from Inclement weather. Reynolds during the holidays. Mr. Chester where sho will run a hotel. Christmas evening. His body was 4 MpUranau wWitlfU 4lKfnn n i4 otktr laiierUit kUlvrlnl nwU, bon dioxide Is to be kepi lielnw it parts Another iiiethisl Is the window tent and Mrs. Jeff Holdman wero tin Dr. P. J, Jones lias gono to Louts-vill- a torn beyond Indentiflcatlon. Mr. nnd IIIO. pure nlr limit, In Kl.mn-l- lu' This Is very niqcli like au ordlmiry rwlk ot lb Uillxl SUtM. iMftulii iuUtlt cuusts of Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Brami-mato finish his courto In tho Mrs. Jacob Frost formerly of Owsley 4 wealth t rouatnn. sum ud nlln, lt must not be thought Hint carlion window nwiilng, but Is placed on tho Sunday. Mr. and Mis. J. Craw- Medical College. L. M. Hemley who County, Kentucky, are now living Itnll. Ih tnutl 4 tM pliUoreil. Cor-loai- l dioxide In excess of that quantity Is tuside of the window, over the upper rfrordt, iportJil U. waild imrdl. ford of Biodhead visited Mr. and Mrs. has bocn traveling for tho Chapman here. Mr. and Mrs. Granvll Johnsvtiibu Biium lulttnltltt. illflu ordira particularly hiinnfui. ir iiiimingieii purt 0f the slei'per's iMidy, completely H. S. Uranaman last week. Mr. Geo. Drug Co., of Knoxvlllo has given up ton and children took dinner with Mr. 4HiU otnilMllaot. Ixliulrln, tUiw liutli, with other Impurities mny be pres. .hulling tit ntr from the nlr of tho Griffin Is very sick. Mrs. W. A. Cof- - his position to Chester Itoberts who and Mrs. Grig Muupln, Christmas birtbt, ntrrUfn. dliwtM u4 dt.tU. iiilrWl. ent In the proiorilon of M) to 100 rooHll This method bus the ndvuntHgo kjpplii. Uillli. noitr, UlM, luurtio, foy U tick. Miss Mailable Chasteen has been clerking for hi in lO.(HX) without eiidungerliiK day. Georgo Colo, who Is sick with parts per L. 0f Insuring the iiuistiint breiithlng of piniM. ucnt wcitUM. riuta, Ul miliU-Uo- i was In Mt. Vernon, Saiuiday and Sun Peters attended to business at Man typhoid fever In Mercy Hospital, is life. As usunlly present In dwelling outside ulr without drufls mid ut the Baftncot. wotus'i ullrfff ud Vp U list lO.OOO Olliff day. Mr. Charlie Pursons and MIsi Chester and Doonevlllo during tho va- somo better. Mr. and Mrs. DUlanl aait 1yiM roams, schoolrooms, etc.. ianie time keeping the temperuture of fuclorles. ! vilM U tvtnbod. I tftrj df latirfal however. It Is tin Index of the nmount the room fulrly war in. Itolle Evans wore married Dec. 28. cation of tho fall and winter term Pylcs who recoutly moved hero from No oat rthAfit, Urff, Ubrr. biulMM of other Impurities exhaled from the boUMIU U. blMbW IMIII, KbOvl Uif flti Not more I linn one erson should Mrs. Mary E. Coffey visited her of school. Tho Oneida Baptist Instl- I ronton, O., wore called homo ChrUtloul4 t wllbovt rpj ! Ibil llluablf rtf'r-- , lungs and skin. deep In n small bedroom. If possible ! bc. awful laforsaalloi. I'na daughter, Mrs. A. E. Iteynclds, nt tuto has decided to bavo school on mas owing to tho sudden death of dc 4 toluiat mm al Uuftall aa4 IllUturi. kvc.l. Ut aaall, Open country nlr has been found to rhlldren should sleep alono aud each Livingston, last week. Saturday Instead of Monday. It Is Mr. Pylo's father, Hoy Maupin la ( lit Addiaaa Tla N Till Wrt4. N contain only 3 parts per 10.000 car- child have n room to Itself. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else thought that tho students will do mora studying on Monday than on Saturday becauso thero aro fowcr pcoplo In town whom they wish to visit. Tho Rov. J. A. Burns is spending tho winter In New York City working In tho Interest of tho Duel. la Baptist Institute. Now Is tho time to subscrlbo for Tho Citizen with lla ntchf Inw, nt tlflfl 8lorIcgi ndvortUcmont8i markcU nn Interesting nows. Try It for tho your 1911, prlco only a dollar a year. tn Home Course In Health Culture -- ro T I Lcg-Tod- rass-mon- d, bii3l-thurc- h, lf self-contr- Ab-ne- y, esK-viull- car-lin- -- Ill-le- ,,,,, v U-d- u tllu, wkltr-MU- n, 111 .J. IU OC -