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FAULKNER, Manager Port-tffl- MnlertH at tSt at linen, A'y., 01 Itmut etau Devoted to ttie Interests of tlie Mountain People Five cent a copy, The Citizen BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 10, 1011 WHY CAN'T EVERY FARMER Knowledge Is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge Is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XII. One Dollar a year. No. SO SALE We are on the Job NOW YOU GET BUSY The Biggest Sale WE EVERj HAD YOU SEE? yy The Biggest Bargains EVERj BOUGHT Everybody wants good roads, nnd every community would build them it it could be dono without cost without raising tho lax rate. So it bappons that the road problem nails for its solution upon the loosening of our purse strings, and it lakes good reasoning to loosen them. Some times they yield not, however logical the process. When the purse opens and money changes hands it is with the expectation that it will open again soon for a larger return owing to that very transaction. So the voter before he rv ill consent to be taxed for the building of roads must be shown how good roads will return to his pocket a hundred fold for every penny contributed by him for their construction. But that is not n bard thing to show. It can usually bo dono uegatively, that is, it may easily be demonstrated (that tho bad road entails a far heavier burden upon tho citiztn than his tax pro rata for the construction of the best conceivable road. There is such a thing as "the tax of bad'roads." We have in mind now a road that is bad all tho year and impassable for loaded wagons all lhj winter and spring. Last summer we saw a farmer that lived for years on that road about five miles from the county seat. He later moved to the Blue Grass about the same distance from Richmond. Here is his argument for good roads: county I had a good wagon and a "When I lived in good team of mules as good as I have now, but I could only make one trip to town in a day and 14 bushels of wheat was all I could haul. Now I can haul 70 bushels at a load and can make two CONVENIENT WAY OF BANKING need lose no time from your work in to deposit your money in this bank. We receive deposits by mail. By this plan you can send your money by Post Office Money Order, check or registered letter. Hand the letter to the mail carrier and the deposit will reach us as promptly and safely as if you yourself brought it to the bank. We invite you to open either a checking or savings account with one dollar or more. 4 compound interest is paid on savings. YOU Berea Bank KILLING NEAR WALLACETON & IK Trust Co. OUR SALE STARTS' orthreetrips Saturday, January 7 th R. R. COYLE - Berea, Ky. NEWS OF THE WEEK CLOSE OF CHAPEL MEETINGS Wisconsin has Senatorial Invalidation Beginning to Explain -- English Politics Democracy In New York and Tennessee Central American Revolution. WISCONSIN TOO llut when asked lo find any force except tho Christian religion Address which is vital, permanent and effect-Iv- o The Editor of The Citizen. In raising humanity to a hither Berea, Ky. lovel ho was unahlo to do bo. When ho was convinced of tho truth of Christ's divinity ho becanio a professed Christian, and later a preacher and ovangollst. Mr. Lyon was suffering from Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you hoarseness mora or less and this lit want and get what ycu call for. Highest times mado It a littlo difficult to hear him In somo parts of tho build' market price paid for hides, furs, lng. Dut no ono could fail to get tho butter, eggs and chickens gist of his discourses. JIo takes a Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets. plain and simple text and sticks closo to tho central thought. Ho is U. B. R.OBERTS, Prop. genial and winning und tremendously In earnest. Ho is a very genuine man and thoso who know him o tho pulpit find him always kind and friendly. Ho Is a very hunuin person and speaks earnestly as to real persons. Ills sermons soein to grow from cxperlcnco rather than No. S43S. from theory. Keportof thui'uiulltlon of the lleren Nntlmml llnnk, nt lleren, in thettnteot Kentucky Tho greater number of tho connt the dote of buliie, Jim. 7, lull. verts aro boarding students. All tho RESOURCES. audiences were largo. It was an Louiib aud Discounts f 101, 387 10 unusual test of Interest when tho Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 1,108 88 groat audience of Sunday night reU. S. Bonds to secure circulation 25,000 00 mained standing for two hours while Banking house, furniture und lixtures 8,000 00 tho converts wero coming forward. Other reul estate owned 3,100 00 That night will always stand out us Due from approved reserve agents 20,484 01 a blessed experience, In tho lives of Qbecks und other cash items 83 00 ENGLISH POLITICS many, and tho series of meetings Notes of other Niitioual Dunks 125 00 to havo been a powerful factor lor good Tho now parliament Is soon 03 08 Frnctionnl Piiper Currency, Nickels, .aud Cents. . . . convouo In England, and tho session ' In tho college and in the community. Lawful Monet Reserve in Bank viz: -1 la looked forward to with much ap$0,071 00 Specie A DAY LATE prohouslon. It Is likely to be tho Legal-tende- r uote 1,030 00 11,007 00 tho count! y most momentous that Aa wo went to press yesterday mornRedemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of has ever known. Tho Liberals were ing wo discovered that somo circulation) 1.260 00 returned to power thcunelves but Patent Mcdlcluo Ads Lai 180,030 82 Total slightly Increased majority. been Insortod contrary to our orders with a liabilities Their ability to pats any measure, into tho ready print matter that Capital stock paid in $25,000 00 I howevor, depends upon tho comes with our pupcr from CinSurplus fund 12,000 00 ed coalition between tho Laborltes, cinnati. 105 05 Undivided Profits, less Expenses and Taxis paid.. Irish Nationalists. Tho two pressing Owing to the stand wo aro taking National Bank uotes outstanding 25.000 00 veto powquestions aro the as to tho Patent Medlclno business Individual deposits subject to check 118,000 17 er of the IIouso of Lords and homo thoro was but ono tblu& for us to Certified'Checks 375 00 rule (or Ireland. Tho coalition la a do and wo did It as quickly as posunit against tho Lords exercising sible Wo ordered the company with 180,030 82 Total tho right of veto, but tho Irish mem- which wo aro dealing to send us a State of Kentucky, County of Madisou, bers will not stand pat on that mea- new run of paper (or our press this I, J. L. Gay, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear sure without the promise of the weok. This they did, and wo receivthat the above statement is true to tbe best of my knowledge aud belief. and tho Liberals to grant ed It at midnight, Thursday, , J. L. Gay, Cashier. them home rule. It Is a species of Wo aro sorry (or ti.o diay, but Correct Attest: J. W. Fowler, D.N. Welch, Wright Kelly, Directors. log rolling, and just what tho result no apology Is offered. It was necesSubscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of Jan., 1011. la to bo no one can foretell. sary It wo maintained tho character O. D. Ilolllday, Notary Public. Continued n fifth of our paper. committee of Investigation appointed by the Wisconsin Legislature baa reported Its belief that Unite States Senator Stephenson obtained his nomination in tbe Primary by cor rupt means. Senator Stephenson (lied a statement In which he declared that bis election cost hltn 1107,000; mora than ten times his salary (or a year. As soon as tho Senato gets Lorl-moff of Its hands It will likely have another and as big, It not a bigger, Job In tho caso of the Wisconsin Senator. Tho time (or tho cloctlon of United States Senators by popular voto Is not only ripe, but every stato needs to learn a losson from Oregon anil not only compel tho filing of statements showing tho amount of election expenses and tho purpose, but prohibiting tho uso of inoru than a designated percent of the salary of tho offlcu sought. BEGINNING TO EXPLAIN Roprebcntatlvo Champ Clark who Is to bo Speaker of tho next 1 Ionia of Representatives when Jjio D.mo-cra- ts asm mo control, find it necessary already to attempt to explain his action and that of his party In tho clcublo somersault they perform ed last week In aligning themselv's s In tho support with the of Speaker Cannon, thus reversing their action of last March. Not only Mr. Clark has seen fit to lssuu a statomout, but Mr. Underwood, who Is to bo tho loader of tho House, when Mr, Clark assumes tho speakership, la doing a littlo explaining too. Th?y ought to know, and possibly they do, that they aro going into power owing to tho opposition of tho country to tho despotic sway of Cannon, and It la good to seo that they aro quick lo nolo tho Intimation from all over tho country that thoy aro already betraying their trust. er stand-patter- Tho series of meetings conducted by Kov. Milford II. Lyou closed on 8unday night. Tbe last sermon was a veiy powerful ono and great results came from It. Tho text was from the story of the rich man aua Lsxurus. "Detwoen you and us thore is a great gulf fixed." Mr. Lyon, with inexorable logic, and by stories which to reason, and to tho emotions, showed the difference between being saved and being lost His produced sermon conviction In tho minds of many and his great earnestness and eloquence persuaded ed in a day". Let us suppose now that this farmer had 140 bushels of wheat and that he valued his team and himself at $2.50 per day. Over the bad road from his former home it would have taken him ten days and cost him $25 to carry his wheat to market or to mill. At his new home on the Richmond pike it would be the easy labor of a single day. In other words the bad road from bis early home imposed a tax upon bim pf 0 days and S22.50. This is his handicap on but a single article. He ia at a proportionate disadvantage with the man on the pike as to every product of his farm and loses out in the race by every step he takes. It is as if he offered for a foot race with ten pounds of mud on each foot, his competitor being shod with the light sandals of tbe experienced runner. Tbe Good Roada Congress will submit to the Legislature a bill that imposes a stnle tax of 6 cents on the $100 for construction and a minumttn county tax of 15c for construction and 'maintenance. Before the farmer could pay a tax amounting to $22 50 he would hare to be worth $1 1 ,250. ' He may be worth but $500 and pay more than that on bad roads. Isn't it better to pay the geed road taxf HUNT UP THE OLD BIBLES We are hearing from Prof. Robertson's,ar tides on the History of the English Bible. We publish the third of the Series this week. Don't fail to read it and lock up the previous ones so as to connect them. - - tho unconverted to put themselves on tho Lord's side. About seventy-flv- o cards wcro signed, bringing tho total for tho series of meetings to 218. On Sunday preached and gavo version. first two looked morning Mr. Lyon on tho divinity of Christ tho story of hia own conHo said that during tho years of his college Ufa he upon professed Chris- down tians, Do another thing. Hunt up grandmother's or great grandmother's old Bible. See when and where it was published and what version it is. It is possible that in some of our mountain homes there may be a copy of ono-o- f these first English Bibles Wyclif's, Tindale's or Coverdale's about which Prof. Robertson so interestingly writes. The editor remembers to have seen a very ancient copy in quaint old English in bis boyhocd. Just whose nnd whether in Whitley or iu Knox county he cannot now recall. He wns not then interested in the old versions and did net know of their worth. There may be a number of such copies still in existence. We want each reader of this article to search bis neighborhood, carefully scrutinizing every old Bible, nnd, if any important finds are made, we should be glad to know of it. We shall also be glad to give any information we can to any inquirers. PALACE MEAT MARKET out-sld- THE Berea Naitional Bank. l- a: P, But his aspirations were cat short by the discovery of a pi o vision 'la the civil service roles which will not allow on officer of tho government to bo so closely connected with a partisan paper. The Citizen had withheld Its congratulations and Is now Inclined to congratulato itself upon doing so. 4 The Nows is not stranded, however, by the forced retirement from its head of Mr. McCoy, for It is under the ablo management of Mr. M. H. Holllday, an attorney of Jackson, who baa had considerable experience In newspaper work. TRIPLE LYNCHING The Shelby County Jail was broken into, Sunday morning, and three negroes dragged to their death. One of the culprits was under sentence of death for the murder of a negro woman. Tho other two wcro accused of Insulting whlto women. The negroes may have gotten their just deserts but punishment ought to havo beon handed out to them by tho courts. There should bo a law In Kentucky for such offences and tboro should bo officers to enforco tho law. Theso masked men aro now murderers themselves and there ought to bo a law, a sentiment aud officers that would glvo them their deserts Mount Plgg, Dave Dolln, Tom Mer- also. It is reported later that, ono of rill and Beck Merrill. They were all tho negroes escaped and may bo ablo taken to tho Richmond jail, Monday to dlvuigo tho lynchers. Let Kenevening, but tho County Judgo al- tucky now follow tho cxamplo of lowed William Pigs to return to bis Ohio. home' to bo present at the burial of NEW DATE FOR PRIMARY his wlfo which took place, WednesRoversing tho action of tho Disday. Mrs. Plgg was only eighteen trict Comraltteo, tho Republican State years of age. last Saturday Central Committee changed the dato for tho Judicial LOOK THESE UP Primary in tho 34th Judicial District On pago 8 will bo found tho third from Feb. 4th to March 25th. Tho of tho Home Course In Health ai ti- contest boforo tho commltteo was des, "Puro Water In tho Home." brought by Circuit Judge, W. R. Black ono of Barbourvillo, who claimed Theso articles will glvo every that an opportunity to get deflnito know-lodg- o tho early dato of tho primary would that cannot bo gotten any- favor his opponent and likely result where olso, and, If this knowledge in his own detoat owing to the fact is put Into use, thousands of dol- that his courts aro almost lu continlars and hundreds of Uvea will bo uous session during tho intervening saved. time. It seems that Mr. Black's Our new serial story began last friends on tho District Commltteo week when wo published two Install had not been consulted, or It so, ttwlr d ments. It is continued this week In wishes In the matter with two Installments again. Wo think it out any regard to fairness. will bo found to bo thrlllingly inter YOUNG BLOOD esting. A number of young Republicans Instead of tho editor's "Week in from various parts of the state met Washington," which wo have be-jIn conference at tho Seelbach Hotel running while Congress was In ses last week with tho avowed purio-sion, we are publishing this week a of Injecting new blood, new life and Washington letter by Goorgo Clinton, new principles Into Kentucky Republiwhich will be found on page 2. canism. It is announced that another There aro many good things (or conference will bo held In March at (armors and gardeners on page 7. which a progressive program embodyAnd we know that our readers will ing such- questions as a direct primary, not overlook The Citizen ads. Wo are the popular election of United States sure they cannot be beaten anywhere. Senators, a judiciary, Look at their artistic make-uSee lnltatlvo and referendum and the rethe wonderful bargains. Help Tho call system will be outlined. Citizen by patronizing Its If these men really have at heart (Continued on fifth ptff. Con-stab- lo over-looken p. Tice Shelton Shooting-a- t a Number of Assailants Kills a Woman and is Himself Wounded Seven In Jail. A fatal shooting affair occurred near Wallaceton on the Wallacetou-Bere- a Pike Just before noon, Monday. The trouble is reported to have begun between Tice Shelton and Mount Plgg. Reports differ as to which fired the first shot. It seems that Shelton and his wife were In their carriage and on their way to Berea to make a deed to some land which they had sold when they met Plgg. Shelton got out of his carriage and barricaded himself behind a rural delivery mall box and post. At this point it seems that there was a good deal of promiscuous shooting, a number of more or less, interested parties having come up, some being over the fence in a field. A number of women were standing at some distance op the pike from where Shelton was barricaded and it was ono of these, Mrs. William Plgg, that was the only person fatally shot. There seems to be no doubt that it was a ball from Shelton's pistol that struck her. She died in a few minutes. It Is said that William Plgg did not come on tho scene until about the time his wlfo was shot. Learning of her condition ho is reported to have begun shooting at Shelton, and It seems that Shelton received most of his wounds from him, ono ball glancing over the eye, another making a flesh wound In tho thigh, and a third glancing tho left side. It is reported that Shelton's wlfo also did some shooting, nnd one of tho Merrills is said to have sunk to tho ground after ono of Shelton's shots at him. Bad feelings have existed between the Sheltons and tho Piggs for some time. This was accentuated a short time ago by Shelton ordering all tho Piggs to keep oft his place and kicking Mount Pigg out of his house. Deputy Sheriff Johnson and Watklns wcro on their way to execute a warrant on Shelton, sworn out by ono of tho Plggs, when they mot him, wounded, on his way to town. Ho and his wlfo wero arrested, and shortly afterward Wm. Pig, Lynching In Shelbyville Civil Service Rule Deprives Breathitt of an EditorConference of Young Republicans In Louisville. Twenty-tw- o J! STATE CROP TO BE CUT OUT tobacco growing coun- ties have voted on the cutting out of the 1911 crop and all the number but four favor this method of bringing the American Tobacco Trust to terms. Unless the vote is unanimous, however, It may mean that Kentucky la to bo disgraced by a repetition of tho night rider troubles. ANNOUNCED TOO SOON was announced last week that Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue Mr. J. L. McCoy, had accepted the editorship of tho Breathitt County; r News. In fact, Mr. MeCoy went as to write one editorial and receive, tho congratulations of a goodly number of the press of tho statq. It so-fa- Pare Two THE CITIZEN HOUSE MAY TAKE - January MAY 19. 1911 The Citizen I family nawspspar for all that I rlgal true and Iniereiung. rubll'ftnl titty TJmnJiy it Btrta. Ky. BEREA PUDLIsniNO CO. UP CANADA PACT & p. Faulkner, Editor and Manage Not Unlikely to Insist That Subscription Rates Shall Take Form of LegisFAYABKJS IN ADVAHC lative Action. aw Yeer iae Month M Ilocorporal) ml prompt rtntwftji. Ubtiel letme glTC MWHMiom early for HAS PRECEDENT FOR STAND or KiDrtM Ifoaev f m iibmi bv rder , Draft, atttacrad letter, at aa ud twe tat tump. Tb 4te after roar nm ea label etiawe ta Bill mt Amm vour abterlntloa U rtlJ. XI It U not Friends It of Tariff CommissionStory eAtnfrd wtthla taree nMki after renewal Will Be Weakened Fear MtlirM of Philadelphia Woman'a Costly Mlumjt nambri wilt e (tally supplied If we are eotltird Venture In Smuggling. Tine premiums elieap with Mf rabeerlDtlont wna tor iTemiuxa un. to in; who obnln new Aot one eendine ol ten TeclrveThe CiUseue four ubKriptlone frt Hiwiaa or ajjajrTCCKY Trt U Month tarklBMII lor one year. Adterllaiag raleeon application. rxnss acsociatio. . "lne iousus ot llcrlln and It eraburba ahows n population of 3,400,00. It la camping on Now York's -- trail. Ovcrstudy killed a promlclng youth In Baltimore, but there Is no dancer of this malady ever becoming an epidemic. A Gorman has Invented a noiseless o tolepbono booth. A noiseless party lino wouli be a greater tele-phon- blessing. The agitation to mako the upper berth lower continues; but no matter at what figure they tlx tho price It will till be high. A St, Louis man made his wife cut his hair. Bartering, however, will never bo Included In any domestic elenco course. There Is a woman wireless operator. The old saw must be amended to read: "What man bas done, a woman can and will da" Fashionable women In the national capital climb tb Washington monument to reduce tbelr flesh. Tbus does the uplift reach society. A St. Louts woman, asked why ahc r ahot her husband, said she did It "Just for fun." And yet they say women hare no sense of humor. A woman r of ninety-on- e chusetta wants to go up In a balloon. Another example of how people are aa young In these times as they want to bo. An eastern man saya he will soon put lobsters on the market at three cents each. It he'd only tun his attention to bacon what a gay world this would become. Now wo understand why certain things arc as they are. During the present year the people of New York havo eaten three million pounds of bad eggs In their pastry. In Msskv Philadelphia society women protest against posing In bare feet on tho plea that their underpinning Is too unsightly to bo exposed, unadorned, to tho Tulgar gaze. Thus nrc the women of flMcago deprived of their birthright. A man In New Jersey wroto a rebuke a tho kaiser for riding a horse with a docked talL It Is not feared that International complications will result, r that a German phantom fleet will bombard our defenseless scacoast torts. New York hotel now women to smoke in Its dining rooms, corridors, or any other old place. If this smoking stunt keeps on growing among tho fair sex wo may soon be confronted with divorce ults over the custcdy of the "mat A fashionable Prmlt8 tn's." the gtobo on stilts, it Is not why they should bo pemltted to do so, as necessarily they would have to traverse territory whero more or less prejudice gainst vagrant tramps has found expression Sn statutory restraints, and r Two men propose to Journey around ven In rock piles. Frequent seismic manifestations of late bad prepared tho world for news of sorno such upheaval as that which la reported off tho coast of Salvador, accompanied by the sinking of a amall Island. This has Involved a lamentable loss of life, and Illustrates smew tho peril of making homes In the earthquake-riddesections cf the earth, for reveral similar catastrophes Jiave occurred In that quarter. n Indiana has fallen This news will probably have an agitating Influence In Kuropean titled Impecunious circles. In Colorado they propose a law ma king It an offense for doctors to cut out patients' appendices unless It li necessary. The euactment of such a statute would enable us to toteteo the time whan professional ethics woulo acquire every doctor to testify that al ills brother practitioners' appendix fvuolnc waa positively required. A schoolgirl In heir to $30,000,000. Washington concerning the presl dent's ability to secure ratification by tho senate of the treaty which would lower tho tariffs. Tho Canadian commlssioners, authorized to negotiate for tbo treaty, havo done their errand In Washington. Now it Is knwn that President Taft for aomo time has been hard at work lining up high tar. Iff senators on behalf of his treaty en deavor and the word Is that he has succeeded In his task. There seems to be some chance. however, that the houso ot reprcsen tatlves will Insist upon having a hand In the negotiations with tho country's northern neighbor. Treaties, of course, under the constitution, are for tho senate alone to ratify, but the house of representatives always has main tained that anything affecting the revenue must take legislative and not treaty form, and must orlglnato In the representative chamber. If this view of the case Is held to be proper It Is possible that legislation rather than a treaty must be depended upon to put Canadian reciprocity Into effect. If It is to be authorized at all. Parallel Case In 1904. There Is a virtually parallel case which Is being referred to freely by members of the bouse. In the spring of 1904 the senate waa called together by President- Roosevelt after the ad Journment of congress March 4. The senators simply remained In Washing ton and sat In an extra session ot tbelr own body. Mr. Roosevelt submitted a reciprocity treaty with Cuba to tbe senators. It affected tho rove? nues, according to the vtewa ot tbe bouse leaders, and so tho treaty form was given over and Mr. Roosevelt was obliged to call an extra session of congress for November, 1901. when the reciprocity matter was made the subject of legislation originating In the houso of representatives. Tho bill which was passed at that time waa virtually Identical with tho treaty which the senato had been asked to ratify, but It waa legislation .ind not a treaty, and the form which It took vindicated tbe argument of tho representatives that revenue legisla tion must havo origin in tho popular chamber. Outlook for Tariff Commission. of congress are won Members dering Just what effect the meet ing of tbe National Tariff Com mission association, which bas Just been brought to a close in Washing ton, will havo on tbe form ot tbe tariff commission legislation aa it la eventually enacted at the present session. President Taft, Senators Cummins and Bevcrtdge and Representative Longworth, whose name is carried In authorship on the commission bill vtblch the administration has approv ed, made speeches to tbo delegates to tbo convention and expressed warm approval of its endeavors. Thcro Is, however, among Republicans In congress an undercurrent ot opposition to tariff commission legislation. It Is not to be supposed that tbe Republican leaders will carry tbelr antagonism to the measure to the extent of securing Its defeat, but tho progressive Republicans and a good many of the Demo crats believo that tho standpat ele ment may cause such changes to be made in the Longworth bill as to weaken Ita purpose 'and Its effect. The situation Is being watched most closely by tho real friends of the commls-sloplan and by those who secretly aro opposed to It but who will give It their support. In part at least, as a Republican measure, a measure which they hope will help the party In the next election. Origin of Commission Plan. The tariff commission legislation bas bad a peculiar history. It was at a gathering of business men In Indianapolis some years ago that the tariff commission plan was suggested. Members of both great political par ties smiled at tbe Idea that congress ever could be brought to consider customs regulations which were recom mended by any official body except the majority In congress Itself. At about tho time that tbe Indian- spoils moctlng was beld there waa a convention In Chicago of representa tives ot those business Interests whtcb held that reciprocity waa a good thing. ind that in some Instancea tbe tariff could be cut to tbe advantage of trade At this convention the tariff commit- loo Idea also was In evliltnce, but In n By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington. Prior to thla time In theso dispatches It hns been said that President Toft had high hope that before tho present session ended he would bo ablo to let the country know that tho "ultimate consumer" was to' benefit by the opportunity to purchase somo of tho necessities of life, at n lower price than heretofore because ot tho removal from them ot the Incubus of a tariff." The president bad In mind n reciprocity treaty with Canada under tho terms of which he believed he was to get free natural products. There was a good deal ot scepticism ' wall. When tho president was secretary of war bis father'a picture looked down upon him. It Is not the srme portrait which now hangs In th White Houe, tor that la tbe property of the war department which has oil portraits ot every secretary alnco tbi time of ,ashlngton. the scandal." The stories concerning Admiral Harry are of a nature reflecting upon In tho United States for $7G and that his moral character. According to rethe woman who paid $400 for It had ports published here the admiral sent been done out of $325. The husband his request for relief to Washington was compelled to pay the duty on following a conference with the staff tbe United States valuo of tho gown, and line offiesra on board the West and also to pay a penalty. When the Virginia. At this conference. It Is retransaction was over be found that ported, the suggestion waa made that he and his wife together had paid a loaded revolver be sent to the ad $625 for something which could have miral's cabin, but this suggestion was been bought for $75 at any Phlladel lost on a vote. The officers present then took an oath of aecrecy on conphla department store. dition that Admiral Barry forward bla Billion Dollar Session Here. congress tnia winter will ap resignation to Washington at once. Instead of resigning tho admiral repropriate about $1,000,000,000, to enable the government to psy quested retirement. After tbat fact Ita bills during the fiscal year ending became known the subject matter of June 30, 1912. Years ago when a bil the conference leaked out until all tbe lion dollar congress waa spoken ot sailors of the fleet were talking. Washington. Tha application' of the words wero uttered In the Irony ot exaggeration by members of the party Rear Admiral Barry for retirement which did not happen to bo In power, baa" been approved by President Taft The Intention waa to Intimate that If and he has been transferred to the tho extravagance of the majority In retired list of the navy. congress did not cease "tbe first thing This action waa taken before the tho country knows It will have a bit publication of the allegations tbat officers of tbe flagship West Virginia Hon dollar congress on Its hands." Not only has tbe billion dollar con- - contemplated charges sgalnst the adgres come, but the billion dollar aes miral reflecting upon bis moral charslon has some, for each year about acter. that amount must be appropriated to carry the government along. Of course tho revenues have Increased. It NURSE RELATIVE OF SCHENK they had not It would not tako many billion dollar congresses to bankrupt Woman Detective Who Lured on Acthe country. There Is some fear tbat cused Wife Reveals the Fact tho appropriation bills this year will In Court. have to go through without aa careful scrutiny aa usual, because both senate Wheeling, W. Va. The and house havo matters on their bands Monday of Miss Elinor Kline, which It could not jo foreseen wero to the detective nurse who swore be the subjects of long debate. It the Mrs. Laura Farnsworth Scbcnk that bad Dalllnger-Plnchreport geta Into the offered her $1,000 (o give a poisoned house It will consume much tlmo, and pill to her millionaire husband, John as for tbe senate tbe Lorlmer case O. Schenk, failed to break her damseems to be bound to take up the bet aging story. ter working part of many days. Attorney Samuel O. Royce, who la Fathers and Sons. counted one ot tbe cleverest barrisGov. Glasscock of West Virginia ters In West Virginia, hurled trapping did what many people considered to questions and bitter sarcasm at Miss be a graceful thing when he nominated Kline for six hours. He denounced Davis Hlklns. eldest eon of the late her as a "merceniry" who had deII. Elklns, to succeed his father liberately lied to Mrs. Schenk to gain In the senate. The younger Elklns In ber confidence. An occasional effort any circumstances could serve only a to mako tbe witness contradict herfew days because the legislature of self brought out new statements that West Virginia Is about to elect two were damaging against tbo defendant, Democratic senators to fill the vacan A curious revelation, mado at the cies caused by tbe retirement ot Sena beginning ot the session, waa that tor Scott In March and by the recent Miss Kline Is a distant relative of the death of Mr. Elklns. Schenk family, although ahe didn't There are a good many men In know It herself until ahe came from prominent public life In Washington Pittsburg to Wheeling to try to catch whoso fathers were men of national Mrs. Schenk In tbe act of giving her stature. It Is possible that the most husband poison. noted case of father and son wss tbat It came out foi tbe first time that ot John Adams and John Qulncy Ad- Miss Kline had been arrested with ams, both presidents ot the United Mrs. Schenk as a legal trick and locked States. John Qulncy Adams, after up with tbe defendant In order to retiring from the presidency, was elect- gain' further confidences tbe latter ed to tho bouse of representatives, and might volunteer, served thero for many years, Anally "I said to her," testified the detec dying at his post of duty. tive nurse, telling of tbe arrest, "Oh, President Tatt's father was at one Mrs. Schenk, what have you gotten us time secretary of war. There are only Into? What will they do If tbey find two portraits In one of the offices of that you and I planned to poison Mr. tho president; one 'a that of his father Schenk?" and tbe other is tbat ot Theodora "Ob, shut up, you fool," Mrs. Schenk Roosevelt, and It may bo said tbat the replied. "You can lie out of It: don't latter has not yet been turned to the tell anything; Just keep quiet." gown appraised by rtperta and It waa found It could have been purchased everything that waa suggested was smiled at, Just aa the Indianapolis Idea had been smiled at, by members v.... ot both bouses of congress. Things lay dormant for somo time and then during tho Roosevelt ad- OFFICER ASSERTS HE .RETIRES TO AVOID SCANDAL DENIES ministration a tariff commission bill HE IS FORCED TO QUIT. was Introduced Into tho senate by Bavcrldgo ot Indiana. The bill made no. headway and In fact a good many Republican members, oven those who HIS CHARACTER IS ASSAILED were of tho low tariff persuasion, said that the scheme waa chimerical . After Mr. Taft came Into office he Suggeattd a Leaded Rsvolver Be studied the tariff commission plan Sent to His Cabin aa Way Out of and finally congress waa Induced to Difficulty Prtaldent Tart Apcreate the present tariff board, "a proval Application. board" to which comparatively little power was given. It Is said, however, San Francisco. Rear Admiral Edthat both Democrats and Republicans In congress admitted that tariff board ward II. Harry waa on Monday relegislation was tho entering wedge lieved as commander In chief of the for a tariff commission and that one Pacific fleet, In purauance ot orders day the goal of tho commission advo received from the navy department at cates would bo reached. It seems Washington, by Rsar Admiral Chaun-reM. Thomas, commander of the likely that It will be reached at the second aquadron ot tho fleet, who arpresent session. rived hero Monday on hla flagship, Peculiar Customs Case. ncre la a curiout customs case. A the California, after a hurried trip from Santa Rarbara. week or eo ago a Philadelphia woman Admiral IUrry had requested Immeof high social standing, aa the world diate retirement under the rule ot views society, the wife of a promt more than 40 years' aervlce. nent club man, was visiting In Mon Harry's sudThe cause trcal, Canada. While there she was den desire to of Admiral aervlce leave the after somo laco gowns which she hating shown held the post of fleet comconsidered to bo ot rare beauty and mander for only a few months ta the which wcro offered to her for sale. aubject ot a great deal of gossip and One ot these gowns she liked so much speculation In naval and club circles that she ventured to ask the price and here. Stories reflecting seriously upwas told that It waa $400. She paid on the character of tbo retiring adcash for it on the spot and then she miral are being circulated widely and smuggled It Into tbo United States. naval officers In port have taken cog-.- , taking It to her homo city ot Phlla nitance cf them. Thero Is an Intimadelphla. tion In these stories that the admiral Somo woman "friend" ot the buyer has been forced to retire. of tbe lace gown "tipped off" the fact In speaking of these rumors, Adof the purchase avid tbe smuggling to miral IUrry said: tho agents ot the treasury depart "It Is ment. An agent called on the hus- forced tonot true tbat I have been band of tbe woman and told htm naked for retire. Other men havo Immediate retirement bewhat ho knew. The husband of course said It waa Impossible tbut hla wife fore. to Tbe reaaons tbat have caused me do this ara partly public and could have been guilty ot a fraud. In two, however, tho husband partly private. The man who Is trian hour or was at the office ot the customs agents umphantly vindicated under such s Is aa much the loser as If with hla attorney, and he said that hla wife had bought the gown, but the charges were proved to be true. requesting that her failure to pay duty was mere I believe that by can save a Immediate retirement I naval ly an Inadvertence. OUST OMR LB DEFEAT PENSION BILL FURIOUS MANAQER8 SENATE OVER HOUSE ACTION. It Is Said If Measure Becomes Deficit Will Pitt Up Rapidly. Law TOTAL ABSTINENCE IS BEST The customs authorities had Sen-phe- n Namt. 8ruchan for Senator. Albany. N. Y. William F. Sheehan was nominated Monday by the Democratic caucus of the New York legisla ture for United States senator to suc ceed Chauncey M. Depew. Clubman a Suicide After Arrest. San Francisco. Carl J. Cutting, a rfeaJfr In oriental roods and well- known In club circles, who was arrested on a charge of defrauding tbe gov. of eminent by tbe committed aulctde Monday al bis home in Ibis city. under-valuatlo- n s. Figures. "Figures won't He." said the em phatic person. "Tbat depends," replied Miss Cay enne, "on whether you are talklnt about mathematics or ml'llncry." The following article la taken from tbe senate. This was done In Increasing tbe tho "Living Church." Although Inmount of pensions paid under the old tended for the twentieth Sunday after age pension law, the Increasea being Trinity, It Is appropriate for all seato great that the bill as sent to the sons: It Is perhaps, mora difficult for senate carrlea a new appropriation for to obey tho command In toin amount In excess ot all that has day's Epistle. "Be net drunk with been saved through careful manlpula (Ion and obedience to tbe demanda of wine, wherein la excess," than to obthe president, In the army, thn navy serve an absolute rule of total abstt and tbe treasury departments. If this nenco. Those who favor a free use of wins bill becomes a law aa passed by the bouse, aenatora aay It will hi Impoaal and other stimulants when not reble to show any savlna: at this session quired physically, are wont to quote of congresa and the deficit will con- St, Paul'a advice to St. Tlm6thy to drink wlno for his oft Inflrmltlos; but tinue to pile up at an amazing rata. It la known that President Taft Is they forget to quote many other pas-- ' opposed to the Increase provided for. aagea from the Scripture. It was) for He believes the pension lawa aa they bis "Infirmities" that ha waa advised atand are morn than generous. Kiperl to tako It, not for aelf Indolgence, or ence haa ahown that wbero there la a convivial and social reaaons. In dalatlans Bt Paul mention meritorious case It Is not difficult to past a special act caring for that par among tho alna ot the flesh, drunken ness, adding, "They who do euch. ticular case. Unless there Is a radical change In things shall not Inherit the kingdom, the sentiment of the senate the bill of Ood." It Is k fact that many, and among-thewill not be pasted. One senator, dls cussing It, said this measure had been church people, think too hlghlyr condemned more In the cloak and com of exceeding the bounds of temper' nilttre rooms than any bill the house ance; and, alaa that it ahould bo so. Intemperance la not unknown even, has sent over In years. among women who are aoclaJ loaders In our largo cities. Solomon waa a FAMOUS PAINTING MUTILATED very wise man, and be says, "Be not among wine bibbers, for the drunkard "The Night Watch" Slashed by a and glutton shall come to poverty." Discharged Employee, but It After describing tbe appoarance of an. May Be Restored. Intemperato man ho says that mien, are thoae "that tarry lone; at the wine; Rotterdam. A discharged uaval they that go to seek mixed wine." cook named Slgrlst entered tbe Rljka "Ixok not upon the wlno when It 1 museum and with a knife deliberately red, wBen It glveth hla color In tbe slashed and badly damaged Rem cup. At the laat It bltcth Ilk brandt's most famoua picture, "Tho a aerpent and atingeth liko an adder.". Nlghl Watch." Tbe fact that our blessed Lord Slgrlst, who waa arrested, declared first miracle waa the turning ot water tbat bla vandalism waa an art of ven- Into wine, ahows ua tbat wine Is on geance against the state because of ot bla gttta to mankind; yet tlko so his discharge from the navy. many other blessing. If abused It beThe cuts traverse tbe principal fig- comes our ruin. What a wonderful uies ot Captain Franz Banning help to gaining aelf control It would be Cocq'a company of Arquebustera, but If men always stopped short of what art experts who later viewed the they can safely take; but tor soma, work expressed the opinion that the total abstinence Is tbe only wis damage was not beyond repair. course. The mutilated painting Is claased as In the collect for today we pray tbe most ambitious effort ot Rem that being ready both In body and soul brandt In group portraiture, the only we cheerfully accomplish tho things one tbat rivals It In style and beauty which God commands. If our bodies being the celebrated "Anatomical belong to hla aervlce, why should we Lecture." render tbem unfit to do his bidding. Rembrandt waa born In 1(0 and At the altar "we present ourselves, oar died In 16S9. souls and bodies, to be a reasonable, holy and living aacrlflce. Ia not that often forgotten? KIN OF HASKELL SLAYS MAN Frequently there are banqueta which church peoplo attend at which wlnea A. A. Chrlatansen la Killed When Ha and champagne flow freely. These are Attsmpta to 8tsp a Family occasions upon which the greatest Quarrel. danger of exceaa la likely to arise. Does drinking to excess, even though City, Okla. Oklahoma n. D. one stops short of actual "drunkenness, Updyke, nephew ot former Gov. C fit the body to appear before the altar N. Haskell, la being sought by tho on 8unday morning. In tbe still, early police. He la accused ot slaying A hour, to see and hear the priest conseA. Chr'stensen and seriously wound crate the fruit of the vine, making It Ing T. D. Anderson, brother-in-laof the blood ot Christ, tbat it may beUpdyke. Nora Updyke. wife of tho come our precloua-drlnk-t Who would alleged slayer, is being held as ac dare present himself to .drink ot that cessory. cup, who hail himself been a partaker Chrlstensen came here recently of wne the night bctoro until he had from Chicago. He waa an electrical become excited and tnlkatlvo bcycud engineer. bounds? Soon the desire to come and It appears from the testimony of drink the heavenly wine will cavt Anderson and Mrs. Updyke that him, and drinking the cup of fools, he had been quarreling with bU will go down to tho gates of eternal wife. Her cries aroused Anderson, death, unless he turn and repent Is the husband of Updyke's siswho Thero nr outwardly respectable ter, and he came up Just aa Chrlsten- church men who do not oxcrclse aolf sen was remonstrating with Updyko. control In tho matter ot wlno drinking, Tbe latter drew a revolver and began and who by tbolr exomplo Injure othfiring. ers, and are themselves dally deteriorating. Wilful Intemperance and deC0NSTANTINE J. ERDMAN DIES vout aspirations da not go tocether. Who should be tho leaders In bringAuthor of Arbitration Labor Lav ing about a reform? Surely tbey ot the priesthood, who aro appointed by Succumbs to Stroke of Paralyala God to set so holy and puro an After Long Illness. that the laity will be won to Allentown, Pa. Constantino J. high and holy living, and learning to Erdman, author ot the arbitra- curb tho desires of the flosh. will atd tion labor law, v.blcli haa been called tain to freo communion with the heart ot tho blessed Jeaus. Into play during several Important strikes In the past ten years, died at his borne here. Mr. Erdman had been England's Drink Bill. In falling health for the oast eight During tbo laat flvo years England's years, suffering stroke after stroku of paralysis. He represented this district drink bill haa been steadily on the In-- , In congress two terms. The Erdmau crease, notwithstanding tho fact that arbitration bill Is one of the few labor never before havo her temperanco orlawa which haa stood the teat of Judi- ganisations been so net Ire- or aggressive aa during that period. We are told that cial disputes. among her educated and classes drunkenness Is becoming the Trospa Kill Eleven In Riot. Bombay. Troops called out to excoptlon and moderation tho rule, yet quell the riot fired several volleys Into notwithstanding this moderation movethe crowds, killing 11 and wouudlug ment, and In splto of her boas tod five to six million total shstalnora, ber 14 persons. Each year rlpta mark the celebra- Hands ot Hope and other means of edtion ot tbe muharram, the first month ucating children In temperanco princiyear, when ples, and her scientific and economic of the Mohammedan trouble arises between tbe Sunultes, protests against tbo drink, etc., tbe bill or orthodox section, and the Shlalis, toea on Increasing. the second great division of Mohammedans. A procession was prohibiKing of Samoa Temperate. ted. The king of Samoa la determined tbat hU aubjecrs shall bo sobor. He Aldrlch Off for a Rest. following order: "No Washington, W, has Issued the Senator Nelson vinous, or fermented liquors Aldrlch of Rhode Island, who haa spirituous intoxicating drinks whatever shall been 111 here for the last two weeks, or or started Monday for the south. Tbe be aold, givenby offerod to be bought Baraoan or Pftclflo senator's illness resulted from tbe con. or bartered traction of a severe cold. He will keep (slander restdent In faruoa." hla address secret In order tbat no business shall reach him. Consumption of Alcohol In Franca, The consumption of alcohol In Franca Prof. Jamta S. Edwards Diss. haa been trebled within thirty years, South Bend. Ind. Prof. Jamea S. and aa much aa 36,000,000 gallons have Edwards of Notre Dame university been manufactured out of potatoes foe riled Sunday of paralysis and Bright' the French market disease. aome-peop- Tbe action of the Washington. house In passing the pension bill adding $15,000,000 to tho rolls has aroused the fury of the managers of Greatest Danger of Excess la at Ban qutts Where Champagne Flows With Freedom. le ... Up-dyk- well-to-d- January 19. 1911 BANKS A 8UCCE88, THE CITIZEN FROM LAND TO Page Three SKIP'S DECK during tho year having gone under dnco the inspection began. Only two Frankfort. Assistant AdJL Cen. It. of tho bnnks which failed wcro on tho N. Krlegcr nnnouriced tho following list which agreed to the Inspection by nppolntmentsr First Lieut. Cooper th utato examiners under tho volun-ar- y Smith, to be captain at Howling plan tlovlBcd by Dr. Ilruner. Green; Honry Plrtlo, to bo captain ol Co. II, loulsvillo; Llnwood Chambers Francis 11. Douglns. formerly sport-in- s first lieutenant, promoted to be capcdllor of tho New York World, has tain at Owcnboro. announced that ho Is a candidate for BONDSMEN LIABLE it rent In fiio house fiom Itoylc county. Mr. Douglas tins Riven up newspaper work In New York and haa returned Frankfort. Uondsmen of county ofto his old Kentucky homo to sniff the ficials are responslhlo for damages susfresh air nnd to llvo tho rest of his tained by citizens If loss la occasioned life In tho heart of the blue grass. as tho result of a mlstako by tho counIlls nnnouncomont Is as follows; "I ty officials. Tbo court of nppeals, In hereby announce myself as n candi- an opinion by Commissioner Clay, afdate, for tho legislature of 1911 nnd firmed tho Judgment of the McCrack-e1912, subject to tho nction of tho Demcircuit court In tho caso of The ocratic party. Tho first vote I over Tltlo Gunrnnty and Security Co. of cast was for Orover Cleveland and tho Scranton, Pa., agnlnst tho commonlast was for Harvey Helm for con- wealth, in which Mrs. .Tennlo I. Stegress. I havo always been, am now phenson lost money as n result of a nnd will ever bo a Democrat." mlstako mado by Minim Smedlcy, circuit clerk of McCracken county, or by 0. U Drury, of Morgnnflold, has an- ono of his deputies. nounced that ho Is n candidate for representative from Union county, subTO HONOLULU. ject to the nction of the Democrats. business Ft. Thomas Regulars Leave for San i!r. Drury Is n widely-knowman. Ceorgo Wilson, who represented Francisco Late in February. ynlmi rounty In the house, became fcpeaker, nnd Mr. Drury will havo Ft. Thomas. Tho Second United n task to fill tho Job as acceptably as States Infantry, stationed at Ft. Thomng, will leave for San Francisco lr. Wilson did. on February 25, nnd thoy will sail Col. Harry Hommoro. tho Elizabeth, from that city on March 5 for Honolowu editor, rises to remark, anent the lulu, Hawaiian Island, whore they s rumor that former Senator J. C. S. will be stationed for two years. I havo been naked to bid for the Hlackburn may como back as a candidate for hl old seat In the senate, that transportation of tho regiment. "your Uncle Jo is tit and fine, both It has been reported that tho Secphysically and mentally, nnd that ho ond would bo sent to Panama and to might bo persuaded to get Into tho tho Philippines, but tho orders definitely settled tho destination of the soldier boys. Sturgia. James Campbell, president When tho soldiers leavo Ft. Thomas of tho North American Co., announced It will bo In chnrfco of caretakers, and that the directors had decided not to visitors will bo excluded from the ncll tho properties of tho West Ken reservation until Bold era aro again tucky Coal Co., but to develop them. Ftalioncd at the post, which will be Tbo forces employed In tho fields have about 1913. been doubled. Mr. Campbell said tbo 0 output would bo Increased from SELECTED BY WILLSON. tons a year to 2.00O.0Oi tons. Tho maximum will bo reached within two Frankfort. Gov. Wlllson appointed year. Apple con- officers of the American gicss, of Paonla, Colo., as follows: Col. a black- Dennett II. Young, Ixiulsvllle, state Carlisle Joo Crawford, smith at Bluo Lick Springs, was shot vice president; W. W. Hlllenmoyer, and dangerously wounded by It. Shay, Lexington; fleorgo V. Baldwin, Cory- wealthy farmer. don; William Cook, Howling Greeu, nnd T. L. Mutton, Dcdford, on tho exMember of Kentucky's delegation ecutive committee, and W. II. Clayton, In Uio houso ivro of tho opinion that Hebron, on transportation committee. Reprecentntlvo OHIo M. James, of tho "DANGEROUS PASTIME. First district, will bo a member of tho ways nnd means cnmmltteo when tho Democrats como Into control of tho Frankfort. Poker playing oven as lower brunch of congress. a pastltno Is a dangerous occupation, as is shown when the court of appeals Lexlnjjton. W. O. Vaughn, formerly utllrmcd the Judgment of tho Kenton a resident of loulsvlllc, where his circuit con tt In tho case of Joseph U Banford Vaughn, lives, ploaded Huh against tho commonwealth. In guilty to tho charge of having murder- which tho lino otr?200 Imposed on Huh ed UU wife, dortrude May Vaughn, nnd for permitting po'ker to bo played on to a Ufo torm In the his premises Is sustained. was ecntorx-on tall-roadI GOO,-0r, d Tho pontal savings bank Mlddlcshoro ban reported a largo number of deposits, nnd tho postofheo officials are greatly pleased at tho suc MOST IMPORTANT NEWS cessful Impetus given in tho system In tho Who draw state. GATHERED FROM ALL :: A number of letters havo been re:: ceived from traveling salesmen, sailPARTS OF KENTUCKY ors nnd theatrical peoplo suggesting that a system bo worked out whereby money can bo deposited at ono ofllco KENTUCKY DANK8, and withdrawn at asother. Tho traveling class ay that they would llko a fourteen Closed Lait Year by to deposit In tho postal banks, but Inspection Remarked of tho fact that they can not by State Official. withdraw Uiolr money without going hack to tho ofllco they can Frankfort. Fourteen state banks not afford to do bo. iood their doors during last year In Kentucky, according to Dr. Ucn. U A FRIENDLY WARNINO. Ilruner, secretary of state This la tho first Umo that tho list of tranVi which FrankforL Secretary of State Dru-no- r Is calling tho attention of corporafailed during a year, has h(cn tnailo public. Dr. Ilruner says tho fact that tions to violations of Section C71, of wi many banks failed In ono year tbo Kentucky statutes, which provides show tho need for hank Inspection In for tho designation of an agent upon Kentucky, and declares that there will whom proccso may bo served. A penbo only u fow falluro next year with alty Is provided for carelessness. the two examiners nt work all tho Warning Is given merely to protect time. Blnco tho bank lusectlon plan thoso who have overlooked tills statwent Into effect there have been nlno ute. or 'more bonk failed, a much larger MILITARY APPOINTMfcrlTS. :mtort!on of the tank which failed - ROUND ABOUT THE STATE - Suggestions Mads by Traveling Men and Actors. at Frankfort. Christ in Office of King lev. Refcert McHtfV Paster at FTrst PrwM'ft By Ely Performs Aviation Feat That May Mean Much In Warfare, REIGN OF JEHOSHAPHAT Ss4r I.ESflON Sckoel Merri Chtweli Etas Ilea. IIL TEXT For thus shall be richly sup plied unto you an entrance Into the eter-n-et Fall-ure- dopo-Mtln- kingdom of our Lord and flartc Jesus Christ H rater 1, 1L Tho rlson Savior executes throo of fices. Ho Is our prophet rovoallng to us by hlfl word and spirit tho will of God for our salvation. He Is our prlost, otfortng up of himself a sacrifice to satisfy dlvlno Justice nnd roconcllo us to Cod, and In making continual Intercession for us. Ho Is our king. In his kingly ofllco ho subdues us, to blmsolf; he rulos and defends us; bo restrains and conquers all bis and our enomtos. That wo may search ourselves and sco first If wo are citizens of bis kingdom, and second, bow loyal wo aro to that kingdom; let us noto what aro tho conditions of cltlzonshlp. We shall find these conditions by roferoncos which originate In tho kins & be stands In his rotation to us, and In this manner bo ablo to show what is our rollglon toward him. Tho first phrase which wo are San Franchico. Tho most notable feat of the local aviation meet was performed by Eugene H. Ely, wlcn, on a Curtis racing biplane, ho flew from Sellrltlrio Held to tho deck of tho cruiser Pennsylvania, 12 miles away. The leat was accomplished without mlrhap. Not a wlro or bolt of tho deiitu'o mechnnlmn was Injured. "It was easy enough," said Ely.nwlio slipped fioni his eat and was seized by the cheering soldiers of tho Thir teenth Infantry nnd 'hoisted on their nhouhlcce. "I think tho trick could bo succeHsfttlly turned nlrw timet out of ten." Lenta far Jib. 29, 1911 SpecUUy Arrant ad far TM Paper taught as sotting forth tho manner of Christ's execution of the office of kingship toward us Is that ho subdues ua to himself. Wo talk much of Christ subduing tho world. We pray, some times and sometimes with groat meaning, that his kingdom may come, that his will may bo done e We In earth as It Is In hoavon. before our mind's eye the lawbreakers, the flagrant sinners of the world. Wo draw molodramatto pictures of tho thtof, the drunkard, the rouo, tho murderer bolng subdued to the wilt of Christ- " There la something about tho midnight mission which appeals to our dramatic sonso. We lovo to dwell upon tho rescuing of tho perishing; wo lore to sing about throwing out wo lovo to talk about the tho gospol being preached In all foreign lands. Wo swell with pride when wo boar how Korea la coming- to Christ, how China and Japan aro being by his light. Wo are ready to shout and say, "that is good, fine, let it go on. The tlmo will soon come when the earth Is as full of the knowledge of the Lord as waters cover the con-Jurlifo-lln- TIME Jehoahapliat'a retgn of :S ymir was from 1). C. 922 (or S7S) to SS7 (or S3). The (1st to tho ECth years of the kingdom. 1'ItACU-T- ho reform extended to the mil country of Ephrnlm. The battlo agatnet the Syrians took place at Ramoth-Olleato the east of the Jordan; the "hallelujah victory" near Tvkoa, south of Delhlehem. This lesson covers tho entire reign of tho good King Johoshaphat. His a namo means "Jehovah Judged," ASYLUM BURNED. namo given by his religious father. good king, Heroism of SUter of Charity Saves His parents were Asa, tho and Azubah, about whom nothing Loss of Life Among Inmates. mora Is known. His ago at his accession was 35 years, and he reigned for (Jrnnd Hnplds, Mich. railing Into 23 years. Ills character was pious, line nt tho sounding of tho fire alarm. prudcnL enterprising. Ho was a skil150 children, ranging In ago from 5 ful general, a wlso statesman, a courto I I years, marched fronTSt. Joseph's ageous reformer. Ho "was alono Orphan nsylum and escnped uninjured counted worthy In later ages to rank from the flames which destroyed the with Hczcklah and Joslahjunong the main Imlldlnr; and dormitory at an most pious rulers of tho Davidlc line." estlinnted loss of $75,000. His reign was among the best and who was In most prosperous In all Judah's exisSister Maraeolcna, ebargo of tho home, mado bor wny tence. Ills great error, equally with through tho stnoko filled corridors to his success, points out to us the way make sine nono had been missed, and of truo prosperity. He had a great advantage In having a religious fathcarried out two helpless Inmates. A third trip to tho fourth floor and er, who had dono much toward re an examination of every room satis- - forming his kingdom, and uplifting fled Sister Mnracolena that nil tho In- his people. A good Inheritance of virmates hnd been saved. Then groping tue and religion Is ono of tho greatest her way to tho open air she collapsed blessings ever bestowed upon a young man. and had to be attended by a physician. d, ye first the OOI.UKN TEXT-"fl-ek kingdom of Gad, end Me rtghteounntea; and all these things ahall be added unto you." Matt. :U. Itemorr Veriea TKXT- -S 3, 4. Chronicles tftl-- IDEAL CITY OF Noted THE FUTURE Architect Gives Forecast of What Time May See In City Building. j Locomotive Boiler Explodes. Wcnde Station, N. Y. The boiler in tho engine of a freight train on tho Vow York Central blew up. Engineer George Dwyer and hli fireman, Joseph Cooke, or lluffalo, were killed, n.nd a brakcrr.an. Itlchard Fort, of Syracuse, was ao seriously Injured that he died. ivcnltcnthiry. French-burg. STATE DEPARTMENT INQUIRY. Tho Mcnlfeo County Deposit bank, a Btato institution, went Frankfort Restaurant Riot Assumes Into voluntary liquidation. Tho bank International Proportions. has been doing business for several Inyears, but has not been a paying Frankfort. Official notlco of tho vestmentriot In tho Creek restaurant In on tho day following Christmas Kronkfort. A call for $400,000 for has been taken by tbo atato depart- g Interest warrants ha ment at Washington, and tho Greek boon Issued by Capt. Edward Furlcy, charge d'affairs addressed a letter to Btato treasurer. Tho cull Is for war- Secretary Knox asking that such acrants Issued from April 5 to April 0, tion be takeu as will Insuro proper Inclusive. Theso warrants will bo paid prosecution of the men Implicated. as presented. Secretary Knox has addressed n letter to Coy. WillBon catling his attention Frankfort. Gov. Wlllsou designated to tlio letter, and (lov. Wlllson has Jtidgo YV. C. Halbert, of Vancoburg, written to It. II. Franklin, common to prestdo at tho torn of tho Shelby wealth's attorney, asking that tho mat Circuit court to- - try tho IndlctmentH tcr of tho Hot bo glvcu a careful In against tho International Harvester vcstlgatlon, and urging him to take Co. tuch action as will uphold tho law. stato-beniin- Ixxlnston. The Kentucky Midland Medical society met hero. Thoro wcro forty-fivmembers In attendauce, nnd prominent members of Uic profession from IxuIbvIIIo, Fraiikrort, Sholuyvlllo, Islington, Von.alllet, Danville and Midway took part In the mti'tlns. The following Dinners were Pooled for 1911: Dr. W. C McCuuloy, Solbyvllle, president; Dr. George I. Spi xgtic, Lexington, vlco president; Dr. C. 0. (larr, e MAY CHANGE FAIR DATE. Frankfort. Commissioner of Agrl culture M. (V Ilnnkln has called a meot lng of tho State Hoard of Agriculture, Forestry nnd Immigration for January 19, nt 1oxlfiBton, to discuss tho mat tor of chungln of Die dato decided on for holding the state fair. Tho dato of tho Indiana Btato fair haa been y changed, and It Is likely that the btale. fair dato will bo changed to as not to coullict with It. loxlngton, secretary and trenmor. Many exhlbl'g will be shown at both Tho noxt meeting will U held In meetings. Versailles In April. Kin-Mick- Aided Prisoners to Escape. Atlanta, (la. Private Hatllnder and Imb, United States lnr.mtry, charged with smuggling saws Into tho Fulton county Jail nnd aiding In tho escape of six prlsonere, pleaded guilty. $150 was fined 200 and The fines were paid by Capt, Preston llrowu, of Co. E. It is believed that the men cared to nld only one, a comeaa." Now friends, that's all objective and rade, but five other prisoners, one external. It's all good; but tho first charged with murder, escaped. All thing onyono should boo to when be were recaptured. prays that Clod's will bo done In Mall Clerks Threaten to Strike. earth as It Is done In heaven Is that St. Paul, Minn. At a meeting of he himself bo subdued to Christ. There are church mombers who will railway mall clerks of St. Paul and work for others and glvo monoy to .Minneapolis threats wcro mado to missions (and both these things they strike unks rostinastcr-ucnera- i should do) but who unfortunately stop Hitchcock withdraws his present pol Just at that point and do not permit icy of economy. This Is bclloved to themsolves to be subdued. herald a strike In which other postal The first question for you and me asroclatlon will Join. to say Is, "Has Christ subdued us unto himself r Do you know thore was Wrecked By a Bomb. and Is a profound psychological and Chicago. Nine persons were Inspiritual reason or meaning behind jured nnd a dwelling was tho "mourners' bench" of our Metho- wrecked by the explosion of a dynaphrase, mite bomb In tho residence of Camelo dist brethren. Wo like tho "mourners' bonch." Thero may be Marsale. Tho bomb followed the rebottor ones. Perhaps tho Idea would fusal of Marsale to comply with tho bo batter expressed If we said, "tho demands for $500 sent In a letter sign-ebench," the place "Hlack Hand." where mon are willing to say, "I surrender myself." Not "I surrender fire Bishop of Maryland Dead. hours a woekto tho work of the Daltlmore, Md night Itev. William one hunchurch;" not "I surrender dred dollars a year to carry on hli Paret, sixth bishop of tho Protestant Episcopal diocese of Maryland, died or work;" not "I surrondor a nominal to tho kingdom, and am glad pneumonia, by which he was attacked dvlng. that tho kingdom Is sproadlng;" not January S. As tho bishop laybody of that I surrondor my namo to tho roll tho funeral services over the of somo church and condescend to let Mrs. Paret were being held In tho my groabicsB reflect credit and glory chapel of tho Episcopal residence. upon tho church of Christ, Dut that I Each died Ignorant or tho other's consurrender mysolf, that I surrondor dition, nishop Parct's successor Is my will which Is the same as saying Hlght Ilov. John Gardner Murray, who was elected condjutor bishop last year. that I am subdued. Drethron, tho first condition of Into this kingdom is not regis tering our names on tho church rolls, THE MARKETS or on tho charity lists, or on tho work ers' tablets, good though those things may bo; but tho first clement Is being Cincinnati Grain Market. subdued to the king. Flour Winter patents $4.30a4.C5 Tho second thing is that whan we do ramlly $3.2na3.40. low grado $2.D0a aro aubduod bo rules and defends us. 2.75.. spring patent 5.60a5.7Q, do ram Now tho rulorahlp of Christ Is not a lly $4.8f.a5.20. Wheat No. 2 red $la hard rule. Ho Is not a dosplcable and 1.04. No. 3 red 0Ca99c, No. 4 8Sa96c. unfeeling tyrant. "My yoko," bo said, Corn No. 2 whit 48a48&c, No. 3 "Is easy and my burden Is light." It whlto 47a47Vc. No. 2 yellow 4Sa la necessary for us to bear the burden, 4S4c, No. 3 yellow 47a47V4c, No. 2 tho yoko must ncoda bo worn. Uut mixed 47a47c. wo. 3 mixou vi'&mic. the burden cannot crush us and the Oats No. 2 whlto 35a3uJ4c, standard yoko does not gall when wo are sub- - white 34n34c, No. 2 mixed 34a35c. luod to bis wllL Cincinnati Live Stock. If wo are subduod hut ruling will Cattle Shlppors $5.10a6.3Ca butcher soema mild and gentle. It will not b steers, extra $5.7naC, good to choice arbitrary; It will not bo morely that $4.7oa5.C.r', heifers, extra $5.G5a5.TP, might crush us beyond all bopo of good to choiee Sl.7Sari.itii; cows, extra bo Insurrection. Ho does not restrain $4.S5u5, good to cholco $4a4.7S, from traitorous acta so much by canners $2.&()a3.7u. nulls iioiogna threats of dire punishment as by show-lu- $l.25a5, extra $4.t0nr..l0. Calves us tho pain It will causo his heart Extra $0.75, fair to good $S.5fta3.50, common and large $4.50aSGO. Hogs Wo nil want tho dofonso of tho Wo walk theso stroots at (lood to choice packers nnd burelicp night with a feeling of creator or less $S.15a8.23, mixed packers $S.lt8.25, security, becauso wo Iiel that thu gov- common to ehnlco heavy fat sows $C.50a7.7.i. pigs (110 and lcs) $7.r ernment of tho city, through Us po- n8.25. Sheep Extralbs$.3nul.40, go-- d lice, Is defending us. $3.75a4 25. lAiuh-s- Exitu to cholco So It la In this kingdom of Christ $6.25, yearlings ?4tt5. It Is only whllo wo aro undor tho rul Cincinnati Miscellaneous, ershlp of tho king that bo can defond Poultry Henu 13o lb, spring chick us. lb, ducks 14c, turkeys 14c Now tho third and last thing Involv ens geeso 18e, HutterCrcam,' Halle. In tbts execution of tho olilco ol cry, ed 29 Vjc, firsts 28e, fancy lairy kingship Is that Christ restrains and 20c. extra Eggs Prlmo firsts 28Uc, flrots conquors all his cnerulej, who tiro our 2i5Vie. Apples Fancy $1 ri0.i5.25 a bbl. anomlcs as woll Notlco bow this cholco $lal.23 a bbl. Carrots N. O. comes merging quietly out of our last 30a.')Ge dozen. Celery 20a35c dozcti. Homegrown yiougbL For to rovert to our lllua Eggplants $4al.C0 a Grapes Malaga $6.50a7 a tratlon; While wo aro loyal citizens crate. of tho city, tbo lawbreakers aro the keg. Onions Yellow SOaOOc, whlto common enemy of tho city and ol llnl.10 per bu. Plneapplos $2.70a3 ourselves. Hut when wo havo outlaw a crate.bu,Potatoes Northern Ohio ,1S Mlchlgau and homegrown ed oursolves then wo hare bocooiu u 43c a a 43a48c bu, sreet potatoes, Jersoy eaomy to the dir. a bbl. Turnips 6070 a bu. S3.25a3.&0 Her-llndtwo-stor- y d " Jehoshaphat strengthened hlmsclt against Israel because thero had been wars with Israel, thoro having been a long rivalry between them, which was renewed In a border warfare during tho last days of Asa. Baasha king of Israel bad not only attacked Judab, but bad fortified Itamah, a town only a few miles north ot Jerusalem.. Tho warrior Ahab was on tho throne ot Israel when Jehoshaphat began to reign. Ho placed forces, "arsenals for the supply of war material," as well as soldiers, in all the fenced, fortified, cities, set garrisons, probably food supplies with leaders to take charge of obtaining and caring for them. Tho Lord was with Jehoshaphat, be- causo Jehoshaphat stood for the things which God loved and wished to do for the nation. Tho Lord cannot In this senso bo with those whose whole Ufo and conduct are opposed to This all God wants to accomplish. was shown by the fact known to all that ho walked In the first ways of hit father David. The Greek translation omits "David." The referenco then might be to the beautiful life David lived before his fall and restoration, but probably to his father Asa, who began his reign by devotion to Jehovah, and sought not unto Baalim, tho false and Impure idols of the heathen. .His heart was lifted up In the ways of the Lord; lifted up above worldly considerations and fears, flllod with high motives and enthusiasms. In the cause ot God, as In tho caso of the apostles who when filled with the Spirit Joyfully went on In their hard task against all tho powers ot Jow-lsSanhedrims and Roman emperors. He was lifted up Into union with h At the International town planning conference In London Engcno Hennrd, municipal architect ot Paris, gnvo a forecast of what the Ideal city ot tho futuro would ho llko. Ho said In "Light and energy will be con-- , veyed by electricity. Petrol nnd oxygen will supply heat. Liquid atr will keop up refrigeration In every larder. In addition to heat radiators thero will 'bo cold radiators, which will enable each! houso to bo kept at tho required tefn poraturo. t "By this power It will bo possible to provide In each houso ono or mdra health chambers closed by closo flttmaj doublo windows and doors In which Uioj overworked occupant on his return from town will And all tho hygienic! conditions which now ho can obtain only by taking an annual holiday. 'Glass verandas ot various shapes Joined together and with covered footpaths, according to standard modolsj will sholtor pedestrians against ralnj and tho normal height of buildings will bo exactly tho width of the street Tho roofs of bouses will bo platforms upon which small flower beds and verdant shrubberies could bo laid out, as they would bo tho landing stages for aero planes. "When this progress shall havo been accomplished the physiognomy ot towns will ho changed, all terraces will havo becomo landing stages for flying! automobiles. Aviators will bo ablo to fly from one terraco to another, start lng and binding as they pleaso. Th natural consequence of this now state! of things will be that each building will havo to be furnished with big elevators capablo ot raising machines when thoyj are ready to start and taking them back to tho garago on their retarn. Houses of this description will also bo used to house motor cars. "Finally tho town of tho future will be traversed by largo radiating thoroughfares, occupied partly by raised! platforms continually moving, which' be will Insure rapid communication tween the different zones. Theso platforms will bo terminated by large revolving crossways at the Intersection ot tho main roads. Large parks and; dower gardens as residence and pleasure resorts will bol aid out in various parts of the town." sub-stanc- o: MODEL VILLAGE OF GERMANY! Construction of Gmlndersdorf Bring High Praise From a British Authority. A model Of tho workmen's village! ot Gmlndersdorf, belonging to the firm of Ulrlch Gmlnder, Ltd., cotton! spinners, near Rcutlingen, was the. best work ot Us kind exhibited at thoj Vienna Housing congress. It was example of tho successful effect ot low tones, and Judging from tho modelj and from numerous photographs and, plans tho village itself is very successful in Its goneral design. stands on rising ground, and) one of the principal streets leads up' to an Irregular market place with aJ fountain, in the picturesque stylet which is so much In rogue In modern) German street planning. The area ot tho village is 33 acres. The houses aro the property ot thoj firm. On April 1. 1910, there wcro 48 buildings, comprising 151 dwellings,-thrents varying from 11 14s. per annum for two rooms and kitchen to 11 14s. per annum for four rooms All the living rooms; and kitchen. havo a eouthorn exposure. There aro In addition two Bchools, an Inn and .' storo. Tbo plan ot the village shows! that the works do not form part of tho vlllago, as In Bournvlllo and Port: Sunlight, but are situated a short Thej-villagdls-tan- God. Jehoshaphat, like all other men was not perfect. All God's work through men la done with Imperfect Instruments, but the nearer perfection they are, tho better work God can do through them. Tho great mistake of Jehosbaphat'a life was not his being a friend to Ahab, and seeking to live at peace with him, but his making so close nn alllanco as to injure both kingdoms. He Joined Ahab In an unnecessary war; and be married his son to tho heathen daughter of Ahab and Jezebel. It was doubtless done with- tho good motive ot uniting the divided nation Into ono kingdom again. It was beautiful vision and glorious bopo. "Tho church and the world wero delightfully at one." But It was an almost fatal alliance, for It led to religious nnd moral declension, and to tho almost total extinction ot the royal family. Johosphapbat took away the high places. Altars and places ot worship on wooded hilltops, whore thero were also Idols for worship. These places were near .towns, ami convenient for tho gatherings of the people for pleasure, and social worship, which was often or the most licentious character. And the groves, moro correctly as In R. V. Asberlm, wooden poles or posts representing the female goddoss Ash-tcrot- away. In the design of some of tho houses there Is to bo noticed, though not to such a great extent as elsowhero, tho German ornateness ot root lines. Probably tbo tendency, which Is so common In Germany, to make tho root heavy and full of detail is partly explained, by the proximity ot timber, rendering possible what would bo ruled out In this country on tho ground ot cost, it not ot artistic flt ness. Tho London Builder. Planning Cities Beautiful. It must be remombered that there wcro two ways of using these high places, ono for heathen worship with Its Impure rites, the other for the wor- -' ship of Jehovah. But tho use of these heathen places with their evil associations, for tho worship ot the true God, tended to dobase that worship, and corrupt it with heathen rites and Immorality. Jehoshaphat dwelt at Jerusalem: and he went out again through the people from Beersheba, In the southern part ot his kingdom 40 miles south of Jerusalem In the lees popu lated districts, to mount Ephrlam, within the boundaries of the northern kingdom; and brought them back In to the Lord God of their fathers. He mado ns thorough work as he could, for not only did the people need this civic and religious reform, but their reformation helped his own people to be true to tho God ot their fathers. Missionary work for others Is the saltation and progress ot the church. The International Town Planning exhibition held In London recently was very Illuminating. Franco, with otbor exhibits, showed tbo plans tor. their recently improved scheme by which Paris Is to be made still moro( and convonlcnt and magnlflcont healthy, at the cost of $300,000,000. Nancy, which boasts ot. being tbe most beautifully designed city In tho' world, sent a characteristic display,, showing how Its spacious streets In, the Heualasunco style havo been' created out ot tho old Inherited mud-- , die. roplanned, If a pending scbemo ls proceeded with, and Chicago, whoso' replannlng has been a subject of art competition, showed somo of tholr programs and devices. Boston took. 700 feet ot space, and Washington also bad an exhibit It Is curious to notice that among the largo exhibitors were such small or new countries as, Turkey, Sweden, Belgium and Finland Berlin, which Is to be largely, Page Four. THE CITIZEN. Prof. Dodgo; nlso Prof. K. F. Dlincy, my roommate for Borao Umo when thcro In school, ct al. MID-WINTE- January 19, tgn. FOR YOUR Groceries and Candies GO TO R o Dut enough This, nolo mny nn Interost that Is not measured by tho dollar sent for tho paper. Indl-cnt- Cordially yours, V. II. llakor. TATUM'S .... 3 lbs Prunes 4 lbs. Dried Apples - 3 lbs. Dried Peaches, best 6 Bars Soap CLEARANCE SALE January .21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, RARE AND BEAUTIFUL PICTURES February 1 A number of rare and beautiful pictures secured by President Frost during his residence, abroad nro being enjoyed by the students. Among tho chief of theso In tho Spanish painting of St. Ckrlttophor, nt present hung In tho Chapel corridor. Fells Nnpthta, Ideal, CIcancasy. Ivory, Lenox and Delphine, 3 for 10c 5c per pound Navy Beans Colored Beans, 3jc per pound Ideal Patent Flour - - 65c - 65c Fairy Patent .... ' 25c 25c 25c 25c COYLE'S DRY GOODS STORE You pay less or get mort oooooooooooooooooooooooosoo R. H. CHRISMAN Berea and Vicinity. o 2. FURNITURE o Funeral Director and Embalmlnrf A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. GATHERED FROM A VAR'ETY OF SOURCES oaoaooaoooojoacaooaooaoaoooaoaoaoojoaoaooB J Miss Van Akin who has been spending a few weeks In Berea left, Thursday noon. Tho Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian Church was enterCITY rilONK 183 tained at the homo of Miss Estella OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE Blcknell, Saturday evening. Mr. Chas. Felton wh6 is In school hero Is being visited by his mother. DAN H. BRECK Tho Women's Missionary Society Fire, Life and Accident met at the home of Mrs. Frost, Wednesday afternoon. Insurance Presldnet Frost Richmond, Ky. Tuesday evening. left for New York, Phone 505 Ho expects to be away for several weeks. TIME TA11LE L. & N. meeting of tin Tho North Bound Local DR. BEST, DENTIST semi-week- ly Knozvllle Wednesday, 11:00 p. m. Motlier's club will be held Feb. 1st at 2:30 p. ni., at tho home 3:57 a. ra. 1:23 p. m. BEREA or mts, j, it. uouensun. ouujccis lur 7:45 a. ni 6:10 p. m. Cincinnati discussion will bo found on pages T2 j Bound Local South to 16 and 2S to 30 in January 8:25 p. m, 0:40 a. m. Cincinnati number of American Motherhood. 11:59 a. ra. 12:29 p. m. j BEREA All members as well as all mothers 6:50 a. ni. 7:00 p. m. KnoxvHle Interested in problems of tho home, C:3u a. m. ' j the prices of furniture for Berea patrons. About 3 months ago when we opened up our furniture store we immediately placed the prices at a 50 PER CENT lower level than ever before known in this county and since that time we have been so well pleased with our patronage and profits that we have decided to share again our blessings with our friends and place the prices of Furniture on a still lower plane. In other words when our profits and business are good and every time we make $2 it is our practice to share at least half of this with our patrons whom we reach through PRICES and QUALITY, in A NOTHER big cut Dny Phone 26 EASTERN I Nldht 46. ) Tho legend of St. Christopher has been tho subject of study among KENTUCKY from fitil I ore cordially Invited to b3 present. Prof. Rumold gave a lecture on Monday morning before the Unlt'd LECTURE SATUROAYNIGHT Chapel on tho care of property enLETTER TO THE EDITOR DEBATE Colonel Gcorgo W. Bain, who Is trusted to, us. Tho lecture was illusnot a stranger to Borca nudlences, trated throughout from his illimitChagrin Falls, Ohio, tho 11:44 a. m. BEREA The annual debate-- between will lecturo In tho Clin pi' I, Saturday able) fund of stories. Jan. 4, 1911. night. Colonel llaln Is probably tho North Bound The Rev. Mllford H. Lyon of Whea-to- Alpha Zcta and Phi Delta Literary 4:56 p. m. BEREA best known Kentucky lecturer on Illinois, preached the last of Societies is to take place- In tho Mr. J. P. Faulkner, Borca, Ky. 8:35 p. m. Cincinnati tho platform today and a great ad- tho series of gospel sermons on Sun- College Chapel on Friday night at 7:30 p. m. The subject to bo of temperance. Dear Mr. Faulkner: I vocato ' day night. A great deal of interest Mr. W. D. Logsdon of Panola, Ky., was manifested In all the meetings is "Resolved: that a graduated I enclose with this nolo $1.00 for It Is reported that his subject for was visiting here last week at tho and over two hundred young pcoplo Income tax Is a desirable form of which pleaso extend uiy subscrip- 'Saturday night Is "Tho Safo Side of j homo of his son, Tom. 'Life." signified their intention of beginning Federal taxation." The six men chosen tion a year. Admission Is free. I havo had tho paper for yours, Mrs. Kate Tatum was in Richmond, the Christian life. When Mr. Lyon from each society aro as follows: AW. Monday, on business. feo as provided by law. left, early on Monday morning, a lpha Zeta, G. Lampo, D. L. Scoles, Kel-le- and recently havo been especially Firmness Not Stubbornness. L. Collins, J. Flanery, L. Hill. S. Interested in tho special editorials. Tho mny chargo tho Mr. R. B. Porter of Caneyvllle was crowd of about fifty accompanied There Is a vast difference between Phi Delta, S. Combs, A. D. Todd, : Your two articles on the mountain stubbornness and decision, between bum of twcnty-flv- o In Berea for a short time last week. him to tho station. cents for his serW. A. Adams, L. Gllllgan, J. McFer-ro- n, I Question show a proper insight, and firmness and what Is termed vices to bo paid by tho undertaker. Miss Myrtle Jones, a student of Mr. James Durham, Sr., has moved D. Single. Admission Is fifteen say aomo things that need faying, Given under my hand, this sixth The decided man has tho Academy department, has been to Berea from Sand Gap, Jackson Co. ' years in Ohio, where I thought out his course and sticks to day of Januarr, of tho year nineteen enjoying a visit from her father from He has placed his children in school. cents. j Twenty-tw- o enjoy living, havo not taken away it for good reasons. The stubborn hundred cloven. his homo in Montgomery, Ala. Prof. James Watt Ralne will preach Tho Judges for tho debate are Prof. my interest In my native stato, where man insists on having his way merely W. L. HEIZER, M. t.( Mr. Gamble was in Richmond at at tho Union Church, Sunday morn- A. S. Mackenzie of tho Stato Univer- j I spent inoro than half of my llfo because It Is his way. the first of tho week. ing. His subject will bo, "The Church sity In Loxlngton, Prof. J. J. Tlgert ' FOR SALE. thus far. Dally Thought. Mr. Tom Baker who is spending of Jesus Christ." of the Kentucky Wesleyan University Flvo room cottage on Walnut St. I was sorry not to meet you on my Man Is not the crcaturo'of circumtho winter at Leesburg, Fla., Bent Tho Rev. J. D. Walsh. D. D., of and Mr. Edwin R. Stearns, of Cincin- I recent and too brief visit to Berea. stances. Circumstances are the cms- - Woll built and nearly new. Irlce homo to his parents last week a fine the M. E. Church, was In Berea over nati, one of Berca's trustees. 11,100. Mrs. Llda Whyland. Some are there whom I know well. i tures of men. Disraeli. box of oranges. Sunday. He preached at tho new and iron Boys, bring your rubber Methodist Church, Sunday morning, to J. S. Gott, on Depot Street, for and accompanied by the pastor of high prices. tho church, Mr. Cline, attonded tho Miss Minnie E. Jones, a Berea closing services of tho Lyon meetlnps, Trlt graduate of 1910, arrived, Saturday, Sunday night. He also visited for a week's visit with frlonds in Chapel, Monday morning. town. Miss Jones ia tho financial An entortalnmcnt Is announced for secretary of tho Young Women's tho evening of tho 24th Mr. Dyer SHOE Christian Association at her home in an Armenian. Further announcements Dayton, Ohio later. James Reynolds who has been visitIt Is reported that the Berea lecing here since Chrlstmat returned to ture public will get to hear Mr. his home In Illinois, Monday. John G. Wooley at an early date. J. H. Parsons from Hamilton, Ohio, Watch for the announcement. is visiting here this week. FOR SALE l. Because we have the largest Stock in Berea to select from. The revival which Is being bo sucHousehold and kitchen furniture. the M. E. 2. Because our Stock is all New. cessfully conducted at Law Library, a 3 year old Haxhall church will continue this week. 3. Because we have the kind for Men, Women and Children, that have the repu fllley, broken to autos, and motors, Dr. W. O. White of Louisvlllo was E. tation of Wearing good and looking NICE and driving wagon and saddle. In town, Sunday. Mrs. Chas. L. Hanson. Mrs. Mae Hudson left Monday with THE FOR WOMEN FOR MEN her son, Estmer, for Arlrona. GEO, SETTLE CAUGHT Edgar Scrlvner have Mr. and Mrs. Walk-Ove- r Kuppendorf-Detma- n Shoes Georgo Settle was caught In TenShoes moved into Mrs. Hudson'B property, .- - u II nessee a few days ngo and brought west end of Chestnut St. American Shoes American Gentleman Shoes tn Knntuckv by Deouty Sheriff Johnson and is now In thj Richmond SHOE FOR CHILDREN Jail. It will bo remembered that lw vas released on bond some months Buster Brown Shoes ago but flod tho country, leaving his bondBmen in tho lurch. They got an agreement with tho court whereby they would bo excused from 'payment on condition that they found Settle. It was at their cxpenso that ho was discovered, captured and lodged In Jail. n, I y; I I I Express Trains. Stop to let off and take on passengers from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 8:15 a. m. Cincinnati WELCH'S our younger classes In literature. Another notablo picture is tho gtvnt canvas representing dogs and game birds, now In tho corridor of Pearsons' Hall. Tho Normal men's Fitting-room on tho third story of Persons' Half is ndorncd by a series of pictures representing sc ncs from Kns llsh history. Tho Academy men's g-room in Howard Hall is adorned by sovon raro engravings representing Shnkcspcro's Seven Ages of M'n nnd a large, Itcautlfully colored mio representing a knight starting for tho Crusado and entitled "God Spoed." New pictures havo nlso como Into the sitting-room- s tho In tho Wigwam, Williams Building, and tho Bruce Building, "Prospect Cottage, Boone Cottage, Gilbert Cottngo and tho Ladles' Hall nnd scrcral nro to be hung In tho nssembly-rooof tho library. sittinm (Contlnunl jot this I plnco have been summoned to attend court at McKee this week. Mr. Frank Cornelius has sold out his entire stock of goods. Charley and Eldon Davidson aro attending school at Annvlllo. tjr VITALSTATISTCS RULIN6 To relievo some of tho difficulty of undertakers In securing burial or removal permits when tho licnl rogls-tra- r lives in a rural or rcmoto district, tho Statu Kegifctrar has Issued tho following rulo which will rlluvo to a great extent tho friction encountered In the operation of the law: A local registrar may act as to any local registrar of bis county or adjacent county and may sign tho name of tho local registrar of tho district In which tho occurred to any burial, removal or transit permit when tho undertaker, or person acting as such, has presented a completo death cirtltlrnto and compiled with tho law and Itules and Ilogulntlons of tho Statu Board of Health. Such permits shall constitute authority for burial or removal. Tho shall sign his" Homo with tho prefix "per'' under tho name of tho local registrar for whom ho Is acting and shall forward at onco tho death certificate to that local registrar, who will be paid tho ar FT Jfauucan $fltfanan SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! OUR STORE IS THE PLACE TO BUY THEM Why? UP-TO-DAT- Lady n erfmwean Bargain Day 2:00 p. m. SATURDAY JAN. 21 i Come in and let us show you. MRS. EARLY Where the Laughter Ctases. Lore may laugh at lockemltbs.-b- ut It Is compelled to take the butcher seriously. Main St. RHODUS HAYES THE QUALITY STORE Berea, Ky. ST"... 'MSJrt-j",Ay- i January 19, 1911. THE CITIZEN. Pafo Five. To The U NEWLY-WED- S Old Folks and Young Folks, Beginners BBBBBsV 4k' IsHcIflBLMsMftBHflfl' VBBBHBIBjOiBBB ' H 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 livery hire, not to exceed fifty miles, to anyene who ccmes to my 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 I furthermore promise ini 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. H To make the proposition equal to all I will give on the same basis, to those who have no carefare to pay, a premium which shall equal an average refund. H 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 BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE. jssWHsHsM jfl RKiliHIiKLHHaWvjEBwJjwiii CjtSSMslSSMSSMSSslMBsfcsmSSSSSr''. Bob Engle is Selling More Goods than Ever ! No Wonder 2 Cakes Soap 5c. All Calicos 5c. BffTstf IbBMF ''' WONDERS NEVER CEASE 25c. Coffee 15c. ijB mCbBBBBBBBBBBBBBH , si 'iPt. J 1 lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.00 Meal 30 cents. Best Patent Flour 65 cents. 20 50c Work Shirts 35 cents. $10, $15 Suits Clothes $8, $9. Overcoats $2.50 to $7. 1000 Pairs Shoes 50c. to $1.50. Men's Socks 5 cents. Only Two Reasons can exist why" You should Trade at Engles, 1st Reason Best Goods 2nd Reason For the Least Money Everybody is trading at r ENGLE'S Phone 60, Berea, Ky. Jectcd in later Bibles, such as the four books of Esdras, Daruch, Can- History of the English Bible PHONE: 26 day, 46 night 1R. 10. Cbiueman BEREA, KY. "THE FURNITURE MAN" Third Article Miles Coverdale The First Complete Bible in Printed English Copies Now Rare and Imperfect. By Prof. James R. Robertson lty for his work. Ho said about this, "I havo with a clear conscience purely and faithfully translated this out of four sundry interpreters." Tlndale, Luther and tho Vulgato were three lot these and various others are suggested as a fourth. In spite of his fr?o many j uso of other versions, however, passages and phrases nro tho work lof his hand. Considerable depended in thoso days on tho choice of ono word in English Instead of another and Coverdale's tolerance In the matter of disputed wording removed I much of tho opposition that Tlndale . ticles, Tobias, Judith, Eccleslastlcus, Susdnah, Bel Manasses and Maccabees. THE PENALTY OF A LAW SUIT NEWS attempt to Tho extort taxes from Hurra Collcgo was inado In a case before tho County Judgu on Monday. Tho "tax ferret," who gets a percentage on delinquent taxes, engaged Judgu tSr!iikaf to brlug this suit and It wan argued tor OF THE WEEK Continued from filtl Ittgcj (. Berea College by Hon. A. It. Uurnani. The constitution of Kentucky explicitly exempts tduiatlonal institutions from taxation, but there haa been a series of attempts, In different counties, to defeat this constitutional provision. One of (lie. earliest of th. jc attempts was made in l!!)0 upon tin trustees of tho Kentucky Female Or- phaiis' Bcliool. The City of Louisville tried to lax buildings owned by this School In Louisville. The Court held that tho constitutional exempt'"" would, with regard to an educational Institution, "embrace Its endowment and property In whatever tonus . ..i..t. r.kmi,i t Tli. IUUB4J HttaVlU IUfb"l m same principle was upheld n UUIj 1 L. hundred and fifty thousand Republicans stayed at homo becuuso thy wero disgusted with tho Republican Machine and turned tho government UNYIELDING MUM'lIY. Just as was predicted and ca might havo been expected, Murphy spoils Democracy in New York. One over to tho Democrats, otherwlso Mur-- Coverdale's Distinction In tho history of tho English Blblo a third placo must bo given to Miles fcrs tho pangs of rebellion. Tho re- Coverdale, tho flrbt to glvo tho Blblo volutionary forces nro under the com- as a whole, to tho English people I mand of ono Manual Bonnlllo. Govern- tholr own tonguo In printed form. Neither Wlcllf nor Tlndale, splendid ment soldiers seem to bo and Inclined to go over to tho re- us tholr work was, had done this. Way Prepared volutionists whenever an opportunity For this work of Covcrdalo tho Is offered. It Is claimed also that tho govcrnninct of Guatemala Is way was partly prepared because sympathizing with the Honduran re- tho king had practically been forced bels, and this rumor has caused tho to mako promises that tho peoole should havo a Bible In their natlvo Washington Government to tako wero tonguo. Uut no activo stops of tho situation. Tho Presld-n- t no-tl- Characteristic Expressions The English of the Coverdale Bible is not materially different from that of Tlndalo but there are some quaint expressions. In the Proverbs we read for example. "He that is i blabbo of his tonguo maketh devyslon." In Acts tho widows who were neglected In tho dally ministrations were said to be "not looked upon In the dayllo $50.00 Pink Salmon Tomatoes Corn Hominy Peas Apples 2 2 2 2 2 hand reachtnge." In Judges the woman who threw a mill stono on tho head of Ablmelcch broko his "brain panno" and in Psalms, the righteous man "shalt not need to be afraid for any bugges by night or for tho that flyeth by day." Tho phraso In Jeremiah "Is there no' trlaclo in Ollead" has caused tho Coverdale Blblo to bo referred to as tho "Trcai or-ro- w To anyone in Berea or vicinity who hasn't saved money by buying their supplies at WELCH'S. You can't help Here's a fair sample and a gentle reminder: it if you trade there, for you "Save the Difference" on everything. for for for for for 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c REWA RD 5c per lb. clo Blblo." ioc Shredded Wheat Cream of Wheat - 2 2 2 2 2 2 for 25c Navy Beans for 25c Colored Beans for for for for 25c 25c 25c 25c Lenox Soap Naphtha Soap Ivory Soap Meal, (45 lb. to bu.J 3Cer a suit ngaliist me iiapusi cf Theological Seminary. In splto theso decUlons tho prosecution uudr look to tax certain of Herea'a adg juncts water works, laundry, machlnory, storo, tavern, and printing ottlce. later In wood-workin- Post Toasties (large) Ralstons Grape Nuts Puffed Rice - lb. 3 for ioc 6 for 25c 6 for 25c 60c bu. Evaporated Apples 3 pkg., 25c Fancy Muir Peaches ioc per lb. Syrup 30c per gal. Granulated Sugar - 5c per lb. Gold Medal Flour 65c Columbia Flour 65c Eldean and Marguerite Flour 65c Rare and Imperfect Bibles arc very rare and hot a single perfect ono Is known to bo in existence. Even Imperfect copies aro rare and command a price of from $2,000 to $5,000 a copy. Died Natural Death Covcrdalo was obliged to leave England during tho reign of Bloody Mary but on her death returned and was honored until his death in 1569, years. at tho goodly ago of elghty-on- o Tho Coverdale CALIFORNIA LETTER The following Is an extract from received by Mr. Gamble from y. C. Mason, 133 East Ave., Los Angeles, California: "Wo aro always glad to get word from our old Berea friends or to meet old students, I was very pleasantly entertained two weeks ago at tho homo of Prof, and Mrs. Clarence Phelps In Tempo, Ariz., where Prof. Phelps is at tho head of the Normal Training Department In the Tempo Territorial Normal School and making a dccldod success of it too. Prof Jas. Young is equally sucess-fIn a similar position In tho California Stato Normal School at San Diego. While Mrs. Mason and I were visiting Mrs. Gardiner and daughter, Joyce, a letter Tho County Judgo modestly recognized that this was only tho first might of a scries of courts which pais upon tho matter. Ho s'ttled tho caso adversely to tho prosecution on four counts, exempting from taxg ation the water works, machinery, printing office and laundry. Tho grounds on which ho did were rather nnrrow. so, however, For example, it might bo Inferred o from his'' language that It tho should go forward nnd fcupply water to other citizens, who desired It, so that tho total consumption of water In tho vlllago should bo considerable, tho County Judgu would hold that tho water works would bo subject to taxation. With regard to o two adjuncts ho held that tho was llahlo to taxation, and thcdo cases will bo appealed. storo Is an arTho rangement which exists in nil schools whoro students are considered and Is as much a part of tho domestic arrangements ns Is tho boarding hall. Tho hotel, lot nnd building, tho Judgo admitted could not bo taxed and thcro could bo no tax If It were rented. Tho mero fact that the hotel Is operated by tho collcgo Instead of bolng rented to nn outside party is a narrow ground on which to baso a decision. Tho upshot of tho matter is, however, that in this strenuous tlmo tho Col logo must suffer tho penalty of a law suit. Tho goqcral feeling In tho county and tho state Is undoubtedly with the constitutional oxemptlon. As Judgo O'Rear said in giving a decision in a llko case, "When the dedicator In his munificence sets apart property or a fund for education, tho people, in a kindred spirit, havo declared In tholr organlo law that such property, when bo used without gain or profit to tho giver shall bo exempt from taxation." Wm. 0. Frost. wood-workinCol-legCol-leg- Undertaking, Buggies, Stoves, Hardware, Wall Paper, Carpets, Furnishings, "Studebaker" and "Old Hickory" Wagons, Wire Fencing, Doors, Windows, Lathes' and Gents' Roofing, Pumps, Cement, Tile, Plaster, Brick, Tinware, Chinaware, Trunks, Suitcases, Grain and Feed, Drugs, Paints, Oils, all kinds of Grass Seeds, and thousands of other things, all at All other prices in proportion on Furniture, WELCH'S and Murphy's governor, Dix, has been Inaugurated, the Legislature has convened and a UiTltcd States Senator is to be elected to succeed Senator Dopow. Who will ho be? Murphy says, Shcehan. A few decent Democrats In tho state and decent Democracy overywhero protest and phy; plead for Shopkard. Thoy oven pled of Guatemala has been notified that taken and Covcrdalo took it upon Washington will expect his governhimself to moet tho need. ment to obscrvo tho recent convenHis Advantage tions respecting neutrality. Miles Covcrdalo was born in YorkTENNESSEE DISGRACED shire, tho same county of England y Remembering 1899 and 1900, that gavo" birth to Wlcllf, in 1488. has not much right to speak. Ho was educated as a monk of tho Sho can hardly say she is ashamed of Augustlnlan order, tho one to which Sho might express sym- Luther had belonged. Because of a Tcnncssoe. pathy for her. chango In his belief, however, ho Less than might bo expected is left tho ordor and became one of tho being said In U10 press. Tho country band of reformers. Covcrdalo canseems to stand aghast waiting to see not bo regarded as bo great a scholar Just what will bo done in tho namo as Tlndalo but his gentle, tolerant of Democracy. A legislature not ablo naturo and his friendly relations with to convono legally because tho min- bomo of the men who stood closo to ority feared that tho majority, com- tho king, Henry VIII, enabled htai ing into power on a wavo of out- to do what none had been able thus raged public sentiment, would insti- far to do. tute contest proceedings against the Ken-luck- but with Dlx to declaro himself, Murphy visits tho Governor and the Govornor Is silent. Tho Democrats meet In caucus; that means, that ovory ono who enters tho caucus must voto as tho majority vote. All but twcnty-flvo had been forced to meet. For example he says, "Bo not offended, good reader, though ono call a "scribo" that another calicth "lawyer," or 'elder that another calleth "father," repentanco that another call-til- l "penance." For If men be not by men's traditions, thou shalt at Santa Barbara, over Christmas, wo find no more diversity between theso received a pleasant call from Miss Loterms than between fourpenco and a la Johnson, who with her brother is groat" spending the winter there," ed ul of tho Democratic legisn. lators entered tho caucus, and at the demand of Murphy they choso Sheo-na- BAPTISMAL SERVICE A service for administering rlto of llsptlsm to many of tho of the meetings which closed Sunday night will bo hold in tho con-Ter- majority yielding Democrats and tho Republicans regulars, this (to the minority on tho contests securing a and thus assembly; then a constitutional 'contest for United States Senator, minority not allowing (the same mo Governor to lane nis scat until they force tho majority to yield to them In tho senatorial contest. In Tennessoo patriotism seems to be turnod another somersault, but this forgotten and oaths have lost their time it is to get on their feet again, binding force. Men are slaves, slaves ovldently having beard from tho coun to a degenerated party machine. try. When Mr. Cannon, Monday, con But all honor to tho Independents. fident of his position, ruled again It is a pity that their victory w.is contrary to tho precedent sot when not so sweeping that thoy might havo tho IIouso llborated itself from bond-ag- o bad an overwhelming majority, thin last Juno, bo was met by an tho minority might havo gone homo appeal from his decision, the Demo and stayed thcro. crats and tho Insurgonts standing IN OUR OWN STATE togothor and again unhorsing him. (Continued from firat g) bo hoped that they Good. It is to will contlnuo to bo as responsive to the good of tho party nnd tho state, popular will, and It is also to bo and if thoy aro sincere In their adhoped that Cannon has at last learn- vocacy of those principles, thoy may count on tho support of Tho Citizen. tho ed that thcro aro sotno limitations Their announced program is a part upon him. ts of its platform. REBELLION IN HONDURAS will unite and chooso a clean man to roprcsont tho state In the Senate. Why should one man, and ho a corrupt boss of a great and corrupt tho corruptist political machine in tho world, say who should bo senator from tho great stato of New York? THEY HEAIt KnOM THE COUNTRY Tho Democrats In Congress havo Will ho bo elected? It would bo too much to hope that tho twcnty-flv- o Chapel, Sunday, at 3:00 p. in. tho revolt wanes in Mexico, hor sister Republlo Honduras suf- As Work Long Hours. Most workers in Switzerland art employed about eleven hours a day. and Policy WONDERFUL YOUTH Tho Covcrdalo Blblo was dedicated Whitfield Jackson, the fifteen year to Henry VIII, King of England, with old brother of County Attorney Jack-f.o- n, the evident purpose of winning his Is something of a phenom with approval. According to some accounts tho drawing crayons and water colors. this king did appoint a commission to oxamlno tho Blblo and report. Af- Ho never took a lesson in his life, yet" ter long delay they reported that It ho handles tho most difficult landscapes where tho colorings are exFrom "Douche" and "Latyn" had fuults. The king requested to Tho Blblo of Coverdale came out know if theso faults were heresies and, tremely hard to barmonlzo, with the In 1535. It was a small folio and was being told they were not, ho said, skill of a finished artist. His work entitled, "BIblla, The Byble, th:it "Then In God's nnme lot It go among is the finest ever shown in this section, considering his ago and experIs tho Holy Scriptures of tho oldo tho people." ience. Ho Intends to make this a and New Testament faythfully transHfo study. Richmond Climax. Apocryphal Books lated out of tho Doucho and Latyn Tho Coverdalo Bible differs from Into Engltshe." Wo 'know that th) Beneficent Provldtnct. work was begun in Englaud, for Covcr that of today In arrangement and in Johnson Surely the equity of dalo wroto to his friond Thomas Crom- tho number of books. A good many Providence has balanced peculiar suf. well a letter in which ho said, "Now books were included which wero re- - ferlngs with peculiar enjoyments. I begin to tosto of tho Holy Scriptures; now honour to God, I am set THE FLOUR THAT to tho most sweet smell of holy But Just where- tho work was MOTHER USED completed and published no one couldn't begin to compare with knows with certainty. ISAACS' Flour. We'll not say it Commendable Modesty makes bread like mother made for modesty of Coverdale as ho The it makes a whole lot better. Try undertook tho work and tho spirit a sack and even the most critical in which it was dona is revealed by himself In his words, "considering husband will have nothing to say how excellent knowledge and learnabout mother and her baking. He ing an interpreter of Scripture ought will eat your bread and thank his to havo in tho tongues and pondering stars he is married to such a fine also mlno own insufficiency therein baker. and bow weak I am to preform tho work of a translator, I was tho tnoro Made Btrca, loath to meddle with the work." by Splendid Tact ANDREW ISAACS, Prop. Coverdalo never claimed orgiual- ." - BEREA ROLLER MILLS Page Ste i THE CITIZEN Obadlah Price came around tho end ot tho table and stood so close to Captain Plum that a person tea feet way could not have heard him when he spoke. "I know more than that, Nat," he whtspcrod. "Listen! A little while ago say two weeks back you wero boat-loads January 19. 1911 dived Into a great block of darkness where thoro seemed to be no houses, keeping closo beside Nathaniel. Boon they came to tho edge of a grove and deep among tli trees Captain Plum caught a glimpse of a lighted window, unusual caution. He approached the light slowly, pausing every few steps to pcor guardedly about him, nnd when they bad come very near to the window he pulled his companion behind n thick clump of shrubbery. Nathanlol could henr tho old man's subdued chucklo and ho bont his hond to catch what ho was about to whisper to him. "You must mako no noise, Nat" he warned. "This Is tho cnatle of our priest king nnd prophot James Jcsso Strang t am going to show you what you havo never seen beforo and what you will novcr look upon ngnln. I havo sworn upon tho Two nooks and I will keep my oath. And then you will answer tho question I asked you NatrmnM Re shivered with quiet laughter and revealed her discovery! could have shouted for Joy. Bhe had seen him, had recognliod hlra! And because sho had not crieo. out she t SERIAL? J2 STORY ftj The Courage of Captain Plum By JAME3 Oliver CURWOOD E (Cqprrighl by Uttass C strlbxr Dobba-Merr- 1W3 I tjr Co.) SYNOPSIS. Cnptaln Nathaniel I'litra of (ho sloop on Iieavtr IsTyphoon. llntfr'aecrMly lam). Lnko Michigan, atronxliolrt ot the Mormon. Obadlah Price, nn fccentrlo old man nnd councilor t( ho Mnrmona, who haa lcen spying on him, auddcnly confront lilm anil tell lilm lie Is eitpoct-n- l. Plum Insist lie has pot tlio wrong man. Price Ignores till protestation nnd barsnlns for the nmmuniUon on board (he (loop. Ho hinds Nat by a snlpmn oath o rvilvcr racltnca to FranMln 1'lefco, nroident of the United Stales. ! agroai town; St. to how Plum Iho Mormon Jaro.cs. riuin seta the frlgtitrncd faco ot a younc wonuin In the darkness near Trice's cnahi. Brie disappear. Waving an odor of Macs. CHAPTER II. Continued. For savcral minutes Captain Plum itood as If (bo sudden apparition bad petrified blm. IIo listened lone after tho sound of retreating foMslcps had died away. Thero remained behind a faint sweet Odor of lilac which stirred bis BOut and sot Ills blood fighting. It was a beautiful faco that ho had seen. IIo was euro Of that and yet he could Imro Riven no good verbal proof ef L Only tho eyes and the odor ot lilac remained with htm and after a llttlo tho lilac drifted away. Then he went back to tho log and sat down. lie smiled as ho thought of the joke that ho bad unwittingly played on Obadlah. From his knowledge of the nearer Island Mormons ho was satisfied that the old man who displayed gold In such reckless profusion was anything but this bachelor. In nil probattllt was ono of his wives and tho cabin behind him, ho concluded, was for lomo reason Isolated from tho harem. "Evidently that llttlosalntcsa Is not a flirt," ho Concluded, "or sho would have given rao time to speak to her." ' Tho continued absence of Obadlah Price began to fltl Captain rium with Impatience. After an hour's wait ho reentered tho cabin and made his way :io the little room, whero (he candlo ras Gtlll bnrntng dimly. To his astonishment ho beheld the. old man sitting bceldo tho tablo. tils thin faco his hands and was propped beta-cahis eyes wens closed as If he was asleep. They shot open Instantly on; Captain Plumtfl appearance. "I've been waiting for you, Nat," he cried, straightening himself with "Waiting for springlike, quickness. you a long time. Natt" IIo rubbed his hands end chuckled at his own familiarity. "I saw you out thoro enjoying yourself. What did you think of her, Nat!" He winked with such audacious glee that, dcsplto his own astonishment. Captain Plum burst Into a laugh. Obadlnb Price held up a warning hand. "Tilt, tut, not so loud!" ho admonished. Ills face was a map of wrinkles. Ills tittle black eyes elioucr with sNent laughter. There was do doubt but that ho was Immensely pleased over flomothlng. "Tell rao, Nat why did you come to St. James?" table, Ho leaned forwnrd ovcr-t-he hi odd tvlilto head almost resting on It, and twiddled his thumbs wjth wonderful rapidity. "Eh, Natt" he urged. n hummocks, side by side, nnd Captain Plum chose the ono nearest the oil man and waited for him to spoak. Ilut the councilor did not open his tips. ' Doubled over until bis chin rtstcd almost upon tho sharp points ol becalmed off tho head of Denver Is- his knees, he gazed steadily at tbo land, and one dark night you were beacon, and as he looked It shuddered of men and grew dark, llko a firefly thai boarded by two suddenly closes Its wings. With a who rr.ado you and your crew prisoners, robbed you of everything you had quick spring the councilor straightand tho noxt day you went back to ened himself and turned to tbo master of tho Typhoon. Chicago. EhT" "You havo a good nose, Nat," h Nathaniel stood speechless. "And you mndo up your mind tho satd, "but your ears aronot so good. Ho lifted a hand warning-lpirates wero Mormons, enlisted somo and nodded sldcwlse toward the of your friends, armed your ship He nnd you're back hore to make us set- path. Captain Plum listened. heard low voices and then footsteps-voi- ces tle Isn't It so, Nat?" that wero approaching rapidly Tho llttlo old man was rubbing bis and wero those of women, nnd toot hands eagerly, excitedly. "You tried to got tho rcvcntio cut- steps that wero almost running. The ter Michigan to como down with you. old man caught him by the arm nnd but they wouldn't ho, ho, they an the sounds came ncaror his grin wouldn'tl Ono of our friends In Chi- tightened. Gel "Don't frighten them. Nat cago sent quick word ahead of you to tell mo all about It. and Strang, down!" Ho crouched until he was only a the king, doesn't know!" ground Ho spoko tho last words In Intense part of tbo shadows of tho and following his example Nathaniel earnestness. Then, suddenly, he held out his slipped between two of tho knolls. fow yards away tho sound of Ui' hand. "Young man, will you shako hands voices ceased and thero was n best tancy In tho soft tread of tho np with mot Will you shako hands? proachtng steps. Slowly, and now In nnd then we will go to St Janics!" came Captain Plum thrust out a hand and awesomo silence, two figures tho old man gripped It. Tho thin down tho path and when they reached fingers tightened llko cold clamps of a point opposite tho hummocks Na steel. Por n moment tho faco of thaniel could sco that they turned Obadlah Price underwent n strange their faces toward them nnd that for change. Tho hardnoss and glitter a brief spaco thero was something ot wont out of his eyes nnd In place torror In tho glesrn ho caught of thero camo a questioning, almost an their eyes. In n moment they had appealing, look. His tense mouth re- passed. Then ho heard them running. "They saw not!" Captain Plum ex laxed. It was as It ho was on tho point of surrendering to some emotion claimed. Obadlah hopped to his feet and which ho was struggling to stifle. And Nathaniel, meeting those eyes, rubbed his hands with great gleo. felt tbnt somewhere within hlra had What a temptation, Natl" ho whis been struck a strango chord of sym- pered. "What a temptation to frightpathy, something that mado this lit- en them out of their wits! No. they tle old mnn moro than a halfmad didn't see us, Nat they didn't see us. stranger to him, and Involuntarily tho Tho girls aro always frightened when grip of his Angers tightened around they pass these graves. Somo "Graves!" almost shouted the tboso ot bis companion. "Graves "Now wo will go to St. James, Cap- master of tho Typhoon. and wo sitting on 'em!" tain Plum!" "Tbnt's all right, Nat that's all Ho attempted to withdraw his hand right Thcy'ro my graves, so we're but Captain Plum hold to It welcome to sit on them. I oftcn'como "Not yet!" he exclaimed. "There aro two or three things which your here and sit for hours at a tlmo. They frlond didn't tell you. Obadlah Price!" like to bavo me, especially llttlo Jean the I'll tell Nathaniel's eyes glittered danger- you middle one. Perhaps away." about Jean beforo you go ously. If been "When I left ship this morning I him Captain Plum bad seen wntchlng be would havo that soft gavo explicit orders to Casoy, my again by a pnfl of the sleeve to do the same. Thero were threo of these SERIAL STORY The Courage of Captain Plum By JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD E ICownght I fcy Mins by nobbs-M- f G. Ktttaer 1WS rrlll Co.) SYNOPSI8. Captain Nathaniel Tlum of the sloop Typhoon, lands secretly on 'leaver Inland, take Michigan, stronghold of the Mormons. Obadlah Price, an eccentrlfl old man and councilor of tho Mormon, who lias bren apylng on him, auddrnly confront Mm nnd tell) him he Is etpect-d- . Plum Insists ha haa cot the wrong man. I'rlce Ignores ht protestations ami barsnlns fnr the ammunition on board the aloop. He bind Nat by a enlrmn oath to drllver n package to Franklin fierce, prraldcnt of tho United Stntca. lie ngrre In ahow l'lum the Mormon town. Ht Jamea. Plum area the frightened face of a young woman In the darkness near I'rlco'a cabin. Bile disappears. Uavlns an odor of lilac. It develops that l'lum- vtatt to Benver Uland Is to demand from the king. Strang, for the looting of his ahlp aome time prevloualy by men whom he suspected of being Mormon. Utirlio. hi muto. hai been left In charge of tlw alnop with orders to bombard St. James If the captain doe not re turn wiimn a certain ume. nt , day" CHAPTER II Continued. mate." He gazed steadily into the old man's unflinching eyes. "I said something llko this: 'Casey, I'm going to see Strang beforo I como back. If he's willing to settle for five thousand, we'll call It off. And If he Isn't why, wo,'ll stand out thero a mile and blow St James Into hell! And If I don't come back by at sundown, Casey, you take command nnd blow It to hell without met' So. Obadlah Price, if there's treac- mysterious light shining In tbo old councilor's eyes. Ilut now Na thaniel stood erect his nostrils sniffing the air, catcblng onco mora tho sweet scent of lilac. IIo hurried out Into tho opening, with (ho old man close behind him, and peered down Into the starlit gloom Into which tho two gtrls had disappeared. Tho lovely face In that had appeared to him for-l- n stant at Obadlah's cabin began to haunt him. He was sure now that his sudden appearance had not beon the hery" -- hours without a breath to OH our sails. I camo over to see what you people nre like. Any harm dono!" "Not a bit, not a bit yot," chuckled the old man. "And what's your business, Natl" "Sailing mostly" "Ho. ho, hoi Ot course, I might Sailing mostly. have known Itt Why, certainly you satll And why do you carry a pistol On ono sldo ot you nnd n knlfo on tho other, Nat?" "Troublous times. Dad. Some of tho flshcrfplk along tho Northern End aren't vejjr scrupulous. Thoy took a cargo ot canned stuffs from ruo a year back." "And what use. do you make of tho that's wrapped up In tarpaulin tinder your deck, Natt And He pulled hlrasotf away ard Capwhat lu tho world nre you going to do tain Plum could hear bis queer with flvo barrels of gunpowder!" chuckling for somo tlmo after. Soon "How In blazes " began Captain they entered tho gloom of the woods Plum. again nnd n llttlo later came out Into "O, to )jd sure, to bo suro they're anothor clearing and Nathaniel knew Usher-folk,Interrupted Oba- miu It was St James that lay it hit for tho l dlah 1'ilce. "IIIqw 'em up, eh. Nat? Tho lights of a few finhlns And you seem to bo n young man ot boats wero twinkling In tho harbor, education, Nat. How did you happen but tor tbo most part tho town was to mnko a mlst'iko In your count? dark. Iloro and thero a window shone Kmen't you 12 men aboard your uloop llko a snot of phosphorescent yellow instcud of eight, Nat? Aren't thero In tbo dismal gloom and tbo great 12 Instead of eight? Eh, Natf" beacon still burnod steadily over tho "The devil tako you!" cried Captain homo of the prophet Plum. Imping culdcnly to lila feet, whispered "Ah, It Is not time." his fare flaming rod. "Von, ( bavo Obadlah. "It Is still too early." Ho got 12 ".to and I've got n gun In drew Ills companion out ot the path tarpaulin ami I've got flvo barrel! of which tboy bad followed aud sat himgunpoudcrt Hut bow In tho naino ot self down on n hummock a dozen klccdou-coudid rou tlou it out" vards away from It, Inviting Nathanlol " li-ve 'Why did you como?" "Docaueo It was top hot nnd uninteresting lying out thero In a calm, dad." replied tho master ot tho Typhoon. "We've been roasting for 36 Tho old man clutched at his bands with lnsano fierceness. "There will be no treachery, Nat I swear to God there will bo no treach ery! Como, we will go " Still Captain Plum hesitated. "Who are you? Whom am I to follow V "A member of our holy Council of Twelvo, Nat, and lord high treasurer of his majesty, King Strang!" Defbro Captain Plum could recover from tho surprise of this whispered announcement tbo little old man had freed himself and was pattering awfully through the darkness of the next room. Tho master of tho Typhoon followed close behind him. Outsldo tho councilor hesitated for a moment, as It debating which route to take, and then with a prodigious wink at Captain Plum and a tbroattul of his tnlmltablo chuckles, choso the path down which his startled visitor of a short time beforo had fled. For 1G minutes this path led between thick black walls of forest verdure. Obadlah Price kept always a few paces ahead of bis companion nnd spoke not a word. At the end of perhaps half a mile the path entered Into a large clearing on tho farther side ot which Natbanlol caught the glimmer of a light Thoy passed close to this light, which came from the window of a large square bouso built of logs, and Captain Plum becamo suddenly conscious that the air was Oiled with tho rcdolont perfume of lilac. With half a dozen quick strides bo overtook the councilor and caught him by tho arm. "I smell lilac!" he exclaimed. "Certainly, so do I," roplled Obadlah Price. "Wo have very fine lilacs on tho Island." "And I smolled lilac back thero." continued Nathaniel, still holding to the old man's arm, and pointing a thumb over his shoulder. "I studied 'cm back there, when" "IIo, ho, hoi" chuckled the councilor softly. "I don't doubt it, Nat I don't doubt It. She Is very fond of lilacs. She wears tho flowors very often." "Nat, you've rot good red blood In you," ho cried, whirling about "D'ye suppose you can bate as well as love?" xclnlmcd the "Lord dollvcr us!" "Hate astonished Captain Plum. lovo what tho " "Yes, hate," repeated the old man with flcrco emphasis, so closo that his breath struck Nathaniel's face. "You can lovo a pretty faco and you can hato. I know you can. If you couldn t I would send you back to your sloop wtlb tho pnekago tonight Ilut as It Is I am going to rollevo you of your oath. Yes, Nat. I giro you back your oath for a time." Nathaniel stepped a pace back and put bis hands on his pockets as It to protect tbo gold there. "You mean that you want to call off our bargain?" ho asked. The councilor rubbed bis hands until tho friction or them sent a shiver ip Nathaniel's back. "Not that, Nat O. no. not that! The bargain Is good. The gold Is yours. You must deliver tho package. Uut you need not do It I am Immediately. Understand? I lonely back there tn my shack. want company. You must stay with mo a week. Eh? Lilacs and pretty faces. Natt IIo, ho! You will stay a week, won't you. NntT" Ho spoko so rapidly and his faro underwent so nrnny changes, now thu keenest excitement, now 'bo-trayl- "I Know More Than That, Nat." only causo ot Its terror, and ho felt that he should have called out to hor or followed until be bad overtaken her. Ho could easily havo excused bis boldness, even If tho councilor had been watching blm from the cabin door. IIo was cortaln that she bad passed very near to him again and that tbo fright which Obadlah had attempted to explain was not because of tho graves. He swung about upon bis companion, determined to ask for an explanation. Tho latter scorned to divine bis thought "Don't let a little scent of lilac disturb you so, young man," bo said with singular coldness. "It may cause you Ho went great unpleasantness." ahead and Nathanlol followed him, assured that the old man's words and the way In which ho had spoken thero no longer left n doubt as to the Men tlty of his night visitor. Sho was .ono wives, so be ot the councilor's thought, and bis own Intorcst in her was beginning to bnvo an Irritating effect In othor words Obadlah wa becoming Jealous. For somo tlmo there was sllenco botween tbo two. Obadlah Prlco now and walked with extreme slowness along paths which seemed to brlnf him no nearer to tho town bolow Nathaniel could see that ho was ab sorbed In thoughts of bis own, nnd held his pcaco. Was It posslblo that ho had spoiled his chances with the councilor becauio of a pretty face and a bunch of lilacs? Tbo thought tickled Oiptaln Plum dcsplto the delicacy of his situation and ho brokt Into an luvoluntary laugh. Tbo laugb brought Obadlah to a halt ns sud donly as though somo one had thrust a bayonet against hU breast TO HI! CONTINUED.) A bungalow U simply a houso tb has seven times as muck porch, has enclosed area wrinkled la an ogrclsh, bantering grin, now almost pleading In Its earn estness, that Nathaniel knew not what to mako of, him. He looked Into tbo beady eyes, sparkling with passion, and tho cat llko gtlttcr of them set his blood tingling. What strange adven-tur- o was this old man dragging him Into? What woro tho wotlvos. tho reasoning, tho plot that lay behind this tnys'orloua creature's apparent faith In hlraT IIo tried to answer theso things In tbo passing of n moment beforo ho replied. The councilor saw his hesitancy and smiled. "I will show you many things of Interest, Nnt," he said. "I will show you Just ono tonight Then you will mako up your mind, oh? You neod not tell mo until then." He took tho lead again and this time struck straight down for the town. They passed a numbor of bouses built ot logs nnd Nathaniel caught narrow gleams of light from In curtains. bctwoen ono ot these houses ho heard tbo crying of children, nnd with a return or his grisly humor Obadlah Price prodded him In tho ribs and said: "Oood old Israel Laeng lives there-t- wo ' close-draw- n wives, ono old, ono young children. Tho Kingdom or Heaven Is open to blm I" And from a second bo kcard tbo sound of an organ, and from still a third thoro came the laughter and chatter or several femln-In- o voices, nnd ngnln Obadlah II reached out and prodded Nathaniel In tho ribs. Thero was ono great, gloomy, longbutlt place which thoy passed, without a ray of light to glvo life, and tbo councilor said: "Threo widows there, Nat fight like cats and dogs Poor Job killed himself." They avoided tho moro thickly populated part of tho settlement nnd encountered fow people, which soeracd to please tbo councilor. Onco they overtook and passed a group of women clad In short skirts and looso waists and with their hair hanging tn braids down their backs. For a third tlmo Obadlah nudged Captain Plum. "l is tho king's plcasuro that all women wear skirts that coma Just bolow the knees," ho whispered. "Somo of them won't do It nnd bo's wonder-Ing bow to punish them. Tomorrow Hwro'a going to be two public whip-ping- s. u I' Ono of tho victims Is a man who nail that If he wa-- i a woman he'd dlo beforo ho put ou kneo skirts. After he's whipped he Is going to bo Ily L'rlm and nimle to wear 'em. rhururaln, hn't that choice. N.?" nut muto appeal for his nsslstnnco. only for nn Instant and then they turned again to tho king. Not until that momont did Nathaniel notlco upon hor bosom a buncb of crumpled lilacs. From below the Iron crip ol the councilor dragged him down. whispered. ho "That's enough," IIo 'That's enough ror tonight" saw tho pistol In Nathaniel's hand and gavo a sudden breathless cry. back thero." "Nat Nat " Ho crept uut Into the darkness of IIo caught Captain Plum's free hand the trees nnd Nathaniel followed, bis In his. heart throbbing with oxcltoment, "Tell me this, Obadlah Prkc," whisovery senso alert, and ono bnnd rest- pered tho roaster of tho Typhoon, ing on tho butt of his pistol. Ho felt "who Is she?" . that ho wns nenrlng tho climax of his Tho councilor stood on tlptoo io anday's adventuro and now. In tho last swer. moment of It, his old caution reas"They are tho wives of Btrat.f, serted Itself. Ho know that ho wn Nnt I" among n dangerous people men who, "nut tho othor?" demanded Nathanaccording to tho laws ot bis country, iel. Tho other wero criminals In moro wnya than "O. to bo sure, to bo suro." chuclclod one. Ho hnd seen much of their work or the lilacs, eh? along the coasts nnd ho had beard of Obadlah. "The girl Why, she's thu soventh wife, Nat more of It Ho knew that this gloom that's all, tho scveuth wlfol" nnd sullen quiet of St. James hid cutthroats and pirates and thieves. Still CHAPTER III. thero was nothing ahead to alarm dodged the gleams him. The old man The Warning. or tho lighted window nnd slunk So quickly that Obadlah Price might nround to tho end of tho great house. not have counted ten beforo It bad Here, several feet sImmo his head, come and gone tho Klgnlflcanco of his was another window, smalt nnd veiled new situation flashed upon Captain with tho follngo of a vine that elung Plum as ho stood under tho king's In dense masses to tho log wnll. With window. Ills plans hnd ohnuged since the assuranco or ono who bad been leaving ship but now ho rcatlzed that there beforo tho councilor mounted thoy had become hopelessly involved. somo object under the window, lifted Ho had Obadlah should Intended himself until his chin was nn a level allow him whero that Strang was to ho within. found, pcored with the glass, and later, when ostensibly and Ho was thero but an instant nnd then returning that to his rcsret. ho would visit fell back, chuckling and rubbing bis the prophet In his homo. Whatever hands. tho Interview brought forth ho would "Come, Nat!" bo In a position to deliver the He stood n llttlo to ono sldo and still councilor's pnekago. Even an hour's bowed with meek politeness. For a would not moment Captain Plum hesitated. Un- bombardment of St Jnmrs his Interfere der ordinary circumstances this spy- oath. Ilutwith tho fulfilment of the tlioso fow minutes at ing through a window would have king's window hnd been fatal to the scbemo ho bad built Tho girl had seen him. Sho had not betrayed his presenco. Sho had called to him with her eyes ho would have staked hit tlte on that What did It all mean? Ho turned tn Obadlah. The old man was grimacing and twisting his Ho seemed halt hands nervously. nfrald, cringing, as If fearing a blow. Tho sight of him set Nathaniel's blood nflro. Ills whlto faco seemed to verify the terrible thought that had leaped Into his brain. Suddenly he heard a faint cry a woman's voice and la an Instant ho was back at tho window. Tho girl had risen to her foot and stood facing him. This time, ns her eyes met bis own, bo saw In them a flashing warning, and ho obeyed It as As he If she had spoken to blm. dropped silently back to the ground tho councilor camo closo to his sldo. "That's enough for tonight, Nat," ho whispered. Ho mado as It to slip away but Nathaniel detained him with nn emphatBreathlessly Ho Looked tn. ic hand. been repugnant to blm. Ilut nt pres"Not yet, dad! Td like to havo a ent something seemed to tell him that word with this " It was not to satisfy his curiosity "With Strang's wife." chuckled Obaalone that Obadlah Prlco had given dlah. "Ho, ho, ho, Nat. you're a rashim this opportunity. Would n look cal!" Tho old man's fnco was mapped through that llttlo window explain with wrinkles, his cyos glowed with some of the mysteries of tbo night? Joyous approbation. "You shall. Nat There camo a low whisper In his you shall! You love a pretty race, ear. eh? You shall meet Mrs. Strang, Nat, "Do you smell lilac. Nat? Eh?" and you shall mako lovo to her It you Tbo councilor was grinning nt htm. wish. I swear that. too. Hut uot toThere wns a suggcstlvo gleam In his night, Nat not tonight" eyes. Ho rubbed bis hands nlmost IIo stood a pace away nnd rubbed Oercely. his hands. In another Instant Captain Plum "Thero will bo no cbanco tontght, had stopped upon tho object beneath Nat but tomorrow night, or tho next tbo window and parted tho leaves. O, I promlso you shall meet her, nnd Ilrcathlessly ho looked In. A strange mako tore to her, Nat! Ho, It Strang sceno met his eyes. He was looking knew, ir Strang only know!" by a Into a vast room, Illuminated Thoro was something so fiendishly huge banging lamp suspended almost gloating In tho councilor's attltndo, la on n level with bis head. Under this his faco. In tbo hot glow of his eyes, lamp thero was a long tnblo and at that ror a momont Nathaniel's Involtho tablo sat seven women and ono untary liking ror tho llttlo old man man. Tho man was at tho end near- beforo him turned to nbhorrence. The est the window nnd all that Nat could passion, tho triumph of the man, consco was tbo back ol his head and vinced him whom words had railed. shoulders. Hut the women woro tn Tho girl was Strang's wlfo. His last full vlow, threo ou each sldo of tho doubt was dispelled. And becauso she tablo and ono at tbo far end. He una Strnni-'- a wlfn Ottnrllnh linff.,f thm guessed tho man to bo Strang; but ho Mormon prophet Tho councilor had stared at tho women nnd ns bis oyos spoken with fateful nssurance-tba- t traveled back to tbo ono facing lilm ho should meet hor, that ho should at the end of tho tablo bo could mako lovo to her. It was an assurscarcely repress tho exclamation of ance that made him shuddor. As he surprlso that rose to Ids lips. It was followed In sllenco up out of the the girl whom he had encountered at gloom of tbo town ho strove, but In the councilor's cabin. Sho was lean- vain, to find whether Bin had lurked ing forward as II In nn agony or sus- lu tho sweet faco that had appealed pense, her oyes on tho king, hor Hps to him In Its misery whether there parted, her hands clutching at a great had been a flash of something besides book which lay open beforo hor. Her terror, besides prayerful outrcaty, In cheeks woro flushed with excitement tho lovoly eyes that had mot his own, And oven as ho looked Captain Plum Obadlah spoko no word to break In saw her head fall suddenly forward on his thoughts. Now nnd then the upon tho tabic, encircled by her arms. old man's lnsano chuckllngs floated Tho heavy braid of her hair, partly softly to Nathanlol's ears, nnd when undone, glistened llko red gold In tbo nt last they camo to the cabin In the lamplight Her slender body was con- forest ho broko Into n low laugh that vulsed with tubs. Tho woman near- echoed weirdly In tho great blnck est hor readied over and laid u ca- room which they entered. Ho lighted ressing hand on the bowed head, but another cnndlo and approached n lad drew It quickly away as If nt a sharp dcr which led through a trap In the command. colling. Without n word ho mounted In his eagerness Nathaniel thrust this ladder, and Nathanlol followed his faco through tho follago until his hlra, finding blmsolf a moment later la When thu n small low room furnished with D080 touched tho glass. girl lifted her bend she straightened bed. Tho councilor placod his candle back In her chair and saw him. on a tablo close beside It and rubbed Thcru ra no n sudden, white fear In his hands until It seemed tber roust her face, n parting of tho lips as If burn. I sho wero on the point of crying out ITO nn CONTlNtlKD.) and then, beforo the others bad scon, Cross eyes and warts nn noses art, she looked again at Strang. She had dlfcumcd him and yet the had not to be abolished lu t ami. signaled for him. If she called hlra, If she from Its holstor nnd waited. be would burst tho window Tbo girl was talking now and as tho talked sho lifted her cyos Natbaatcl presscJ his faco closo against the window, and smiled. That would let her know Sho scorned to anbe wns a friend swer him with a llttlo nod ami he fancied that her oyes glowed with a wanted hlml Ho drew his pistol Jaavary 19, 1911 THE CITIZEN wagon jackisconvenien7 Nebraska Man Describes and Illus trates Farm Implement That Often Comes In Handy. Page Seven ' (UNENFORCED CONCRETE FOR CONSTRUCTING MILK HOUSE 1855 Berea College 1910 PICK-PLO- W FOR FARM DRAIN Home-Mad- e Simple Implement Affordi Farmer Opportunity of Doing Work Cheaply. A convenient wagon jack Is de scribed and Illustrated by Mr. 8. Htelnko of Ncbrnska, In tho Home stead. According to his Instructions, It Is simply ncccssnry to tnko a piece of onk 2x6 nnd born a hole for tho upright nnd two for tho braces. Tho up Iron, right Is made from half-Incwhile tho braces nro simply strong theft Iron nnd are twisted so ns to FOR Building XaFlrc and WnUr Proof nnd Kaslly Kept Clean many and Will Glvo SnllBftiction tor Yenro-Co- at 250. THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS. Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Something over fifty yenM ago, a for uso In digging trenches wan described In the German edition of tlio American agriculturist, published In New York by Ornngo Judd. This description was accompanied, by nn lllustrntlon, which was afterward pick-plo- ft Over 64 instructors, 1365 student from 27 gtate. Largest college library in Kentucky. NO SALOONS. A special teacher for each grade and for each iak subject. So many classes that each student can be placed with others lilt himself, where he can make most rapid progress. a used by n hlnckemlth, who forged such plow for ma. I hnva used this plow for digging trenches far laying tlio on my Wisconsin farm for many years, and am nnrprfs'cd that no useful find efficient nn Implement Is not In more general use. Any good blacksmith, with nn assistant, can mnko this plow In lers than two days. An old smithy nnd his nan mndo mine In ono day, Which Department Will You Enter? A Good Wagon Jack. fit flatly on the 2iC bnsc. Next, tako a lover from somo old farm machin ery and bend tho end slightly, as shown In tho Illustration so ns to prevent the axlo of tho wagon from slipping off. Of course, you need a notched casting so that your spring lever will work correctly. unnci nr.unnLS tnr thr.iA least advanced. Sams lecture. library and general advantages aa for moro advanced students. ArlthmetU and tho common branches taught in tno ngni way. urawiog, Handwork, Lesson la Farm and Househobl Management, sta Free txt rur Dini."". ' books. Floor Plan of Milk House Pick-Plo- In Drain Digging. 11. Docker of Wisconsin, In write N. tho Ornngo Jndd Farmer. Tho total cost waa only eight dollars, Including chain for uso In n heavy four-foo- t hitching to tho plow when It Is deep down In tho ditch. 1 first used It In 1S9I. I had heard that out In Minnesota men were charging 15 cents per rod to con utruct drainage ditches with the steam ditching machine. 1 was able to build ditches mora cheaply by tho conmeans of this simple, home-madtrivance On one piece of work, by using (his plow nnd two horses, four men made a ditch 1,050 feet long, from 7Vi to 3 feet deep nnd one foot wide, In. ono day from eight o'clock In Assemble as shown In sketch and rou the morning to six o'clock In the after- will have a very handy little tool for noon. Thta was In clay soil, which at light work. tho time happened to bo dry and was shoveled cosily. If tho ground bad Big Crops, Lower Prices. been wet, of course, so much could crops, led by corn not hnvo been accomplished. In building ditches for tlio, I first with tho greatest harvest ever gath plow It as deeply as possible, usually ered, wero produced by the farmers going over It twice with an ordinary of the United States during this year, plow. All the dirt that Is not thrown according to a report of the Durcau of out by tho plow Is then shoveled out. Statistics of the Department of Agri Next 1 go up and down the ditch with culture. Tho aggregate production of cwps . Ourt Is mndo to cut tho 12 Inches wide, and by having It so In 1910 aro approximately 7.C per cent strongly constructed that there Is not greater than the crops of 1909, and much spring In it a uniform width about 9.1 greater than tho averago an and straight sides can be maintained nual production of tho preceding live In tho ditch. After tho ground Is years, rrices lor important crops le loosened we shovel out tho loose dirt veraged on November 1 ououi 5.1 per and then go ovur It again with the cent. lower than a year ago. . Wo uso an evencr eight feet long, so that the horses work far Yellow Flint Corn. enough away from the ditch that there New The fact thnt tho Is no dahger of their falling In. As Hngland yellow flint corn wins over depth Is secured tho bitch addltlonnl corn will be of great lutcresi 10 is lengthened, and tho plow can be dent fnrmcrs. somo of whom tielicvc thai used In digging ditches threo to four ihn western dent varieties nro tun feet or moro deep. Whcro wo have coming corn to grow In Now England to cross nn elevation In tho Held, for largest yields of grain as well as which requires greater depth, wo go over that spot two or threo times with stover. tho plow, bringing the bottom of the ditch down to tho required level llrondly speaking, tho depth to which thin can bo used Is limited only by the length of tho chain to which the even er is fastened. and-one g Hccord-brenklnpick-plowpick-plow- i i j.in full In alzn IS LIGHT B1a eight feetblgh to the caves. Tho t rlso to tno peas roof has a Implement to Be Used About the Gar and Is also built of concrete. den or In Truck Patch Made Out The following Is a description of tho of Old Buggy Spring. material used and method of erecting this building. The owner did nil me A light grubbing boo for uso about excavating nnd furnished tho gravel tho gnrden or tmck patch Is shown In for the concrete, and tho lumber 8c- Illustration. tho accompanying used for tho concreto forms and scatcuro a leaf out of nrrold buggy spring, foi,jt wrtos It. C. Angovlno In Hoard's about eighteen Inches long, and cut Dairyman. The contractor furnisnea tho ends off squara nnd grind them tho cement, the doors nnd windows sharp, snys a writer In the Popular complete, tho steel for reinforcing Mechanics. Two short pieces of strap tho concreto and performed all tne end other labor of construction no! men Iron with holes for rivets of each upset and threaded for a nut. tioned as furnished by tho owner. will bo needed to fnsten tho spring to Thcro was a detailed contract signed tho handle, which should be of wood by both parties which was carried out to tho satisfaction of tho parties con cerned. Such a contract will almost out entirely guarantee a Job of work. The work was carried on as follows: Tho ground was staked off In the proper manner for the location of tho building, and leveled by removing the sod to a point four Inches below the finished floor line. Tho trenches were Buggy-SprinHoe. . i HOE FOR GRUBBING . in. .. i two-foo- well-carrie- d use. Also thero Is a cooling tanK in this room 3x0 fcot and two feet deep with tho inlet water plpo located In the bottom, also proper overflow pipes. Tho concreto floors In each room aro finished smooth with n perfect grado to carry any and all water to drains located In their surface. This building would bo largo enough to care for the mill: from a herd of cows except In fifty or scvcnty-flvcase of using bottles. I believe It would require at least as much room again where milk was bottled, to have It thoroughly good and practical for tho same number ot cows. The drawing of tho floor plan and pbotogrnphs wll give a good I6ea ot the design and appearance ot this building. Such a building Is water and fireproof and easily kept clean and will give satisfaction for years to nnv wfaa have finished flfta grade (fractions ana compound numbers), Iirlclcwork, Farm Management, Printing, Woodwork. Nursing, Dressmaking. Housohold Mtnagoment. "iearn ana miu. ACADEMY, REGULAR COURSE, 2 years, for thoso who Save lsrgtjy finished common branches. 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The- TRinr r.ntmnrA tnr collegiate. highest educational standards. courses nt for the profession of teaching, nm NORMAL, 3 and year, parallel to 8th grado Model Schools, enahlos one to got a flrstrclass certificate Following yoars (winter nd spring terms) give tho mformatloo, culture and training necessary for a true toachor, and cover branches noes tary for Stato certificate. MU8IC, Singing (free), need Organ, Volco Culture, Piano. Theory, Band, may be taken as an extra In connection with any course. Small extrs fees. Expenses, Regulations, Opening Days. Institution. All the money reBerea Collego Is not a money-makinSchool expends ceived from students Is paid out for their benefit and on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In. This great deficit Is made up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic nso&le who aro supporting Berea In order that It may train young men and womsa for lives of usefulness. OUR 8CH00L'I8 LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to proUot the character and reputation of tho young people. Our students com frees thebest families and aro oarocet to do well and Improve, For any who may charge. bolck the College provides doctor and nurse without extrs buildings, and AH except thoso with parents In Berea live In' College assist In work bt boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the valuo of their labor. Excopt In winter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary Mfore coming to seam employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, boohs, etc., vary with different people. Borea favors plain clothlsg. Our climate Is the best, g dug 14 Inches wide; 30 Inches deep RAISING TWO CROPS IN YEAR Kansas Farmer Describes How He Secured Crop of Oats and Corn on Same Plot of Land. W. AI.KXANUF.il. ana.t Kan 1 hod about nn (.ere nnd a half of ground, which, nftcr receiving a good coat of manure, was plowed up In the fail. Tho wlntor freezes wero good for it and madu It easy to work In tho spring. In March I harrowed tho ground thoroughly for preparation for sow Ing outs. 1 sowed a bushel and half to (ho acre. They enmo up well, grew fine from tho first nsd wero wnlst high by the first of July and well heuded. I cut the oats whllo they wero still greon foV oats hay. The hay cured on the stubUto In ono day and tho next day I put it up In the mow. I had threo tons and a halt of hay worth $16 a ton. Tho horses relish it as well as thoy do alfalfa hay. Beside tho hay the grain makes It a tine feed fcr Uy THOMAS horses. and planted somo 90' day seed cern that I bought at 13.60 pur bushel, it waa a good stand of lato corn, it grew fast. I cult! vated it four times and kept it free hi tno ground Afar taking up the oat ha 1 llit from weoda. I think this Is doing pretty well or one piece of ground In one year. The oats would probably have yielded 75 Gunnels it 1 bad threshed them. I Cause of Failure. Usually It Is the lack of proper con 1ltlon, rather than tie lack of quan Illy of iced, that is reapcmslblo for a failure In (Sitting a stand pf and at tho bottom were cut out wider, making them about 28 Inches wldo for a footing. A cross trench for a foot ing for a partition was 16 inches wide and 12 inches deep. These trenches wero filled with concrete, mixed one part cement to eight parts gravel, and to the proper grade line. Tho walls above grade line were hollow, conwalls spaced structed with tied together three Inches apart-anat Intervals by steel ties mndo of s inch rods. These walls were cast monolythlc by tho use of a set of forms 24 Inches high, reaching entirely around tho building. Tbcso forms wero set In place and held In placo by bolts and guides, and then filled with concrete, which was mixed quite wet and In proportion of one of cement to six of gravel. These forms were raised and filled each day till tho desired height was reached. Thcro were strands or no. l gage wlro put In tho concrete onco evory foot around, and around the building Cross Section Showing Detail of Wall with an extra allowanco over windows Construction. and doors. Also at tho top of tho. wall was put In all come. Tho contract pneo ior mis a doublo strand of wlro tho wny nround In each four-Incmilk house was $250 plus the cost wall. Tho window nnd door frames of the grnvel and excavation and the wero set In placo In tbo forms at damago to tho lumber which was ntt- their proper locations and the con orftiird used for other purposes. The creto placed snugly about them, gravel cost about 30 cents n yard on When tbo sldo walla and partition tho ground. Sho excavating cost less wnll bad been finished, a false wooden thnn five dollars. roof of the proper design was put on with a cornice projection, but all was constructed In such a way as to bo out entirely after a concrete INDUSTRY IN through tho garden takenbad been put on and hardened Lay a llttlo tlio root BIRDS' NESTS beforo garden work begins. Over this falso work the reinforcing Don't forget to plant hair nn ncro steel was placed and wired together nr n of sweet corn for early feeding. to hold It In proper placo and then Cdiblo Article la Found A Ions Kvervbody mnkes mlstnkcs, but I he 314 tlio whole thing covered with Count ot Slam and Is Consumed. man who is most successful profits by Inches of concrete, mixed one to four, by Chinese. Who Rcsrurd I his. was surfaced with ft trowel as Great Delicacy. trimmings and trash in me and this rich mortar Hum nil f Inch of nnd kill Insects finish orchard nnd garden v thick. Edlblo nests are found In tlio Islands nml fungi. Tho reinforcing steel for this roof off tho coast of Slam, and nro tho proTwenty acres of corn put into ins threo-lghtInch steel ducts of : species ot birds belonging consisted ot silo will supply 30 head of thrifty cows rods 12 feet long which were spaced to tho family of swifts. Tho nests con for n year. plan of raising eight Inches apart and extended from sist almost entirely of tho eaiivary The up over the peak nnd they Hon of these birds, whoso sallr or vegetablo beds Is fast the eaves nt each end to fit down tho flower wero bent nrv elands aro much moro dovelcpeJ Style. en! nil out of form. These rods wero than thoso of tho ordinary swift. Tho over tho roof Ono winter's exposuro to tho weath of tho neats crossed onco each ten Inches by a No, tho er will do the tools moro harm than 6 wire running lengthwise ot the season for April, gathering in septcm and omla begins In enteral years use. roof and at each place of contact the ber. Peas, radishes, lettuco and similar and rods were wired together Thfl femalo bird, occasloeally assist hardy plants may sareiy uo pianieu wlro broom wire, with cd by tho male, makes tho nest. About vrv carlv In spring. A chimney having a flue 8x8 Inchon months aro spent by the birds Walt till after frost and till tho walls four Inches thick wns also threo in romuletliiB their first nest, which Is ground becomes warm beforo planting nnd with concrete. Tho out mndo in nlaco taken by tho nest gatherer before eggs beans and sweet corn. of the walls were finished Ilrst nnSot out rhubarb, brush fruit and sldorubbing them witn n ricu cement nrr laid In It: then tho birds by iceulntely begin to make another nest. such plants Just as early ns the mortar put on with a wooden float which Is finished in aooui uiiriy nays, ground will do to work. then by a cost of cemont wash .mi which Is also taken. Finally, a Itadlshes have the best flavor when and on with a brush which made grown In n loamy soil that Is light nut pleasing finish as well as n wv ti.ir.i nest Is made In about throe rerv In which the bird la allowed and lch to promote rnpld growth. The lusldo walls wero months. settlug out shrubs of nil kinds ter proof ono.smooth with rich cement n ronr its offspring, after which this In plastered nest Is also gathered. Each family ot notice thnt the wlro holding tho label all Mortar nnisnea penecuy sinooiu birds thus lurnlshes three nests In does not fit too tightly uround the Is divided Into two one season. The .nests taken nt the The building stem. rmms. ono five feet six Inches by beginning of tho season aru, considered Ilulld rustic seats for tho home feet In stie, contains tho gaso- tho best it quainy, grounds and place them whero.they twelve line engine, used to run cream sep Most ot these edible nests sro con will bo of easy access for all members arator and churn and any other ma sumed by tho Chinese, who regard of the family. winery needed. Tho water heater Is them not only as a greitf table dell A good lawn Is the best part of the mow-e- r also In this room nnd It can also be rcv. but also as a valuable tonlo home grounds, and a good lawn store needed supplies. The to In neurasthenia and pulmoIs one of the essential tools for ur.d room, tbo Dunmng is nary disorders. It Is saM that th rst offeet In slzo and meitminelocated Biedlclne making tho good lawn. In Is 13x12 cm hand lemand In Hongkong for the nests ex If tbero is nothing better pasture ih machinery needed to properly ceeds tbo supply, and that tho prlccf this coming spring for hog i.ndlo milk. In this case they make range from. $15 tJ $if per jovxd, a plow as soon as possible and have a separator audi of "n" t0 of oats, using three bushel piece 5ta mfcle. to I art ether seed per ecre. h d three-eighth- but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes, aro necessary. Th Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost Tho College asks no rent for tho fine buildings In which students live, charging only enough roosn rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing ot bedding and towels. For table board, without coffco or extras, 1.1.35 a week Is the fall, and $1.50 In winter. , For room, fnrnlshod, fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 cents a week In fall and spring, BO cents In winter. SCHOOL FEES aro two. First a "Dollar Deposit," aa guarantee fof return of room key, library books, etc. This la paid nut onco, and Is returned when tho student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expensos'for car of school build. Ings. hospital library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot teachers all our Instruction is a frco gilt). Tho Incidental Fco for most students Is $5.00 a term, $C In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 fai Collo-gta- to th courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental feo and room rent bj term, board by tha half term. Inutallmcnts nro as follows: Vocational, Normal and Model Colleg Academy School pALL FXtmvi Incidental Fee ltoom Iloard, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 14, 1910 ... $ 6.00 B.M 9.45 $20,0.5 9.45 $29.50 $ 6.00 6.60 $ 7.00 US $21.Q5 9.45 $30.50 Be $22,08 9AI 9AI $31.50 $31.08 $ 7.0t 6v fhNOTBS Board for 7 weeks, due Nov. 2, 1910. . Total for term If paid In advance WINTER $29.00 6.00 $30.00 $ 6.00 00 9.00 $21.00 9.00 $30(00 Incidental Fee Boom Joard, 6 weeks d-- . 90 . .J 9.0 ono-hal- $30,00 Amount due Jan. 4, 1911 9.00 Feb. 15, 1911. Board for C weeks, $221 9.01 $31.01 $30.5C $ 7.00 4.0C h Total for term If paid In advance SPRING $29.00 $?B.B0 $29.50 $ 6.00 6.75 $16.75 8.75 Incidental Fee Boom Board, 5 v $ 6.00 weeks 0 0.70 6.71 $17.71 6.76 $16.75 Amount duo March 29, 1911 6.75 Beard for 5 weeks, due May 3, 1941 . $24.51 $23.50 $23.6o Total for terra $24.04 $23.00 $23.00 If paid In advance REFUNDING. Students who leave by permission bcfoio the end of s term receive back for money advanced an fo)lows: (No allowance for fraction of a week.) On board, refund In full. On room and "Special Expcmes," there fs a large loss occasioned by vacant rooms or depleted cli.sses, and the Institution will rerund of tho amount which tho student has paM for tho romalnlng only one-ha-lf weeks of Ike term. On Incidental Fee, students excused, beforo Ilia middle of a term will ref tlfe incidental feo paid, which certificate, will ceive u certificate for be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the In person, or a brother or sister, If presented within four terms. ono-hal- The first day of Fall term is September 14, 1910. The first day of Winter term la January 4, 191 1. The fir day ot Spring term Is March 23, 1)11. For lo'ormatlnn or friendly advice, write to the Secretary. U WILL C. GAMBLE, BEREA. KENTUCKY, Page Eight. anuary Sherman Baker. Tho brldo Is tho beautiful daushtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Lowla McGulro and tho groom Is tho bandsomo son of Mr. and Mrs. J as. Baker of Clover Bottom. Both were qulto popular in social circles and will be greatly niUsod by their many young friends. They left shortly after marrlago for tho west, where It Is hoped, they will spend a delightful honeymoon. and J. 0. Morris inado a business trip to Welchburg, Saturday evening. Harvoy Mooro has a very soro hand. Mrs. Martha Dunagln la sick. Levi and Boatrlco Morris visited their grandmother, Saturday night. J, 8. Moore, our new morchant, Is doing a hustling business Mary Morris has returned homo from Lincoln County whero sho has been visiting her Ister for tho past throo months. 19, 191 r. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else jiekllisfi alf ilt"4 la (til ty tte m titer. lie tin li Bit tot publication, bat t an tTldesee of tood ftlth. Wtlti pUlsly. Re contipenJeace Home Course In Health Culture III. Pure Food In the Home has moved to his homo hero from CI.OVKK HOTTOM. HDBLKT Panola whero he lived last year. Clover Bottom, Jan. 9. Married, Hurley, Jan. 15. Tho Rov. O. B. We are authorized to announce the By EUGChE L riSK. H. B. Dec. 21st, Mr. Sherman Baker to Bowman failed to fill his appointcandidacy of Dr. J. A. Mahaftcy, of GARRARD COUNTY Miss Nottlo McGulro, tho brldo Is tho ment at Indian Crook, Saturday and Copyright. 1910. by American lre Sturgeon, Ky., for Representative of PAINT LICK. Assorlatlun. beautiful daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. Circuit Court Is being held the 71st district, subject to the acPaint Lick, Jan. 16. Bodlo Day has Lewis McGulro, and tho groom Is a at McKeo this week. They aro makRepublican pat ty. tion of the movod to tho Kldd place In Wallace-to- son of James W. Baker of this place, ing T should bo remembered that hy the whiskey dealers live hard, D. Gabbard Is Improving rapidly but more recently of California. Tho Wm. Bailey girlie, like charity, begin ni and family havo moved ROCKCASTLE COUNTY after being confined to his bed for young couplo expect to go to Bloom-ingto- to tho placo vacated by W. M. Hur-lo- y borne. It l.i roH-- r to urge u(nn two weeks with pnoumonla fever. nocKtono tbe government the enactment of 111., to make their luturo on Indian Creek. W. M. Baker puro food law thorough en Sidney Crutchcr has moved to tho home. Their many friends wish thani Rockford, Jan. 17. Robert Bowman from Clay County was at McKcc, forccmcnt of the unit a but the house, mime, and J. J. Martin have returned from Hubbard property near tho Baptist a long and happy life, but aro sorry Monday, on business. Miss Floura bold government iibould also be vigil Mt Vernon attcr"a two weeks' Btny church. Finley peters has been visit- to have- them go as they were mem- Lakes of Loam visited at David s, ant In the mutter of selecting food as Jurors. J. W. Todd and daughter, ing his sister, Mrs. Hardin Kldd, of bers of tho Clovor Bottom and Kerby Saturday and Sunday. Jako and keeping them pure In the Interval Roecle, attended tho funeral of Lhas. this place B. Hubbard and son had Knob quartette. 3. A. Kngte's court Gabbard, Jr., has rheumatism. A before tbey are eaten. It shout nlsn their salo last Saturday. They will will havo a full docket next Satur singing school will begin at Indian Bowman at Oak Hill church giavo-yarin be borne In mind that pure food run whero they witnessed the soon loavo for tho west. Curt Lain day, tho chief suit being ono between two weeks undor the management of be rendered poisonous by bud cook largest crowd ever soen at a funeral has bought Mr. Hubbard's storo and O. J. Wild and J. S. VanWlnklo R. B. Anderson. Sunday school is ing nnd that the condition under which food Is enten may render the j la tho county. Charley was a man will sell goods here. Nannlo, Mil- over somo hogs destroying corn. progressing very well. finest materials either lnnutrltlous or liked by all who knew him. He dred and John Gabbard and Chester Mrs. Anna Hays' school closed tho noUIILKMCK positively harmful. leaves a wife, two children and a Blanton were tho guests of O. L. Gab- 11th Inst, after a good year's work. Doublellck, Jan. 15. Married, Jan. Food should bo selected wltb due re bard last Saturday. host of friends to mourn his loss. Tho following peoplo aro planning 12, Willlo Abrams to Miss Flosslo gard to the appetlle!i and tastes of the C. Holman who went to Hamilton to move to Illinois In February and Baker at tho homo of tho bride. Wo family, so far as such tastes are nor OWSLEY COUNTY a few weeks ago has returned horn-?- . March, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McGulro, wish them a great dcal"of Joy. VINCKNT Born T. C. Vlars who has been sick for Vincent, Jan. 16. J. B. Scott has Mr. and Mrs. Shorman Baker, Mr.Jno. to Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Cook, a fine some time Is no better. Joseph Bul-le- n Nlcholasvlllo returned whero S. Blcknoll, Undo Vcss Blckncll and girl. Her namo is Fanny. John Witt started for Richmond tho 16th ho signed from Food Adulterant. a salary contract with wifo and Thomas Baker. Miss Mary and wifo visited at John Philips' with a load of tobacco. Daddio anil Many food adulterants bar little tho Sharp Milling Co. Mlnter Day of Abrams and her llttlo sister, Leila, last night. James Lunsford gave tho Mrs. Todd are stilt very feeble. Bom young folks a candy party a few Influence on health, except In so far Blake was visiting friends hero a vlsttod Mrs. Lucy Dean recently. to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hamilton, as they substitute Inert or unappetizday or two last week. S. P. Caudcll Quito a number from this place aro days ngo. Thoy report a flno time. tho 6th, a fine eight pound boy. W. who ing material for that wblcb Is nourMiss Doloras has been running a broom fac- preparing to attend Circuit Court Witt visited Mis T. Llnvlllo sold to Q. C. Thomas a tory ishing and of appetizing flavor. Other this week and next. Among them Sadlo Ingram, Sunday and 8unday at Travelers Rest has sold out milk cow for $30. Corn shucking adulterants, however, are directly InPat Cruso, Byrd Rogers, and Cash night Miss Nannlo Cruleo Is stay. was all the go In this neighbor- to J. D. Wilson, and will start to Richjurious becauso of tbelr chemical efCain. C. M. Azbill, Jas. Dougher Ing with her sister, Mrs. Jennie Witt, mond soon to the E. K. 8. N. T. B. hood last wock. Corn left out Is befect. ty, Leslie VanWlnklo and Shlrd Vanr Bomo of the more common adultering damaged very much. Mrs. Sarah Venable was on Island Creek a djy Winkle are members of tho Jury at this week. KKItllY KNOll ants are as follows: Quran who has been very 111 for a or two last week on business. John McKoo this term. Mrs. Lucy Dean Kerby Knob, Jan. S. On account of Milk. Water has probably been used few days Is somo better. Mis. J. W. Chestnut has returned from Ohio lost a fine turkey today. It Is feared where he has been for some time. bad weather peoplo are behind gather Mj.cwtA.rn oanx ciannna. ever since there was a milkman: harmTodd visited her daughter, Mrs. H. that cholera was the cause. Miss An ing their corn. Walter Click Is visHenry Hamilton of Bonham, Laurel and docs In ful by decreasing nutritious value. not b E. Bullen, Saturday. nie Powell Is planning to go to Burn- - iting friends and relatives at Bear f'Catakitchen, andshouldItia ther allowed tho Various preservatives, as salicylic acid, County, is visiting friends in and th ara In tb DISPUTANTA house the tetter. Ther r excellent formalin, boric acid, are also used and Vincent. Jesso St. John of term carrier!.") are Injurious. Disputants, Jan. 15. Mr. and Mrs. near Lexington passed thru Vincent Butter.-SometlTHE BLAME NOT ALWAYS OURS adulterated wltb mat and reasonable. Peoplo fall Into R. O. Shearer are the proud parents last week on his way to island City strange habits with regard to fond. and other fats, which possibly render It of a baby girl, born Jan. 4th. J. E. to visit old friends. The U. S. Marif such habits lead lo an ill balanced less digestible. Comp'.niuta quite frequently come into the office from our subHammond has been appointed deputy shal was in this section last week Lard. -scribers to the effect that they often fail to get their paper. We diet tbey should be corrected. For x commonlyCottonseed oil Is the most constable at this place during the ab- prying into the moonshine bus.nsss. used adulterant ample, milk, eggs and beefsteak nil recently heard from one man who decided to stop The Citizen and sence of the constable, W. W. Anglln. The board of Supervisors for Owsley Canned Vegetables. Halts of copper consumed at the same meal show n take another paper because The Citizen did not reach him every 0. V. Owons has Just started a ccanty is composed of HUory King, lack of the sense of proportion as well and zinc are often used to Impart a week. This man thought, of course, that the fault was ours, but he new store In this vicinity. We wish H. H. Llgg, Sherman Cooper, as of food values. A variety of food brilliant green color. Tbe normal color John now ciiulefhes ihut he can't get the other paper either. him success. Melissa Owens has re- a. uay and W. H. Venable. all of tbe same class Indicates lark of for canned pvaa, beans, etc.. t a dull We want to impress upon our reader that ue are tho last to bo turned to her home hero after a resource and Ingenuity on tbe part of green. The brilliant hard varieties Botner was the guest of Thos. four months visit with her sister Cecil of Travelers Rest, Saturday suspected u Leu the paper fails to come. We could certainly have tbe housewife or steward and may should be avoided, as they May contain sufficient copper to prove uu lend to much digestive trouble, not ! V. A. Hammond night. Thos. Marcura near Mt. Vernon. no motive for cut 'ng it out unlefs the subscription price is long of tho Brushy speak of graver Ills, and ruined dlspo. healthful. attended court at Climax ono day last aiouniain region was tho guest over due, and even then ne notify the subscriber; and besides every Jellies. Jams, Etc. Aniline dyes arcsltlons. week. Mrs. W. A. Hammond spent or his brother, Harvey Marcum, paper tells on its face when the subscription expires. That in a warnSat Fojd for each meal, therefore, should often used to give bright colors. Much Sunday, with her daughter, Mrs. G. urday night. ing to every one who takes the paper either to notify u to stop it or preserve are open to suspicion la ex be selected with a due regard to lt T. Payne. J. C. Pennington who has send money order or check for renewal of tbe subscription. palatablllty. digestibility and nourUli act proportion to the brilliancy of th been working at Straight Creek has LAUREL COUNTY Moat of those who think tbe fault is ours attributo it to some Ing proiwrtlr. Itemember that n coloring. Preservatives arc also used, returned home. Mrs. J. E. Hammond 1'ITTSIIUKO oversight or some chance mistake in our office. That is perfectly steady diet must contain proteldo as boric acid, salicylic acid a ad visited her father, J. W. Lake of Pittsburg, Jan. 14. School clossd natural, and we want to show just what possibility there is of that. carbohydrates (sugars, stairbrai and acid. near Berea, last week. Mrs. Eliza Friday with qulto a number present fats: also minerals. Milk contains all Iu the first place our subscription records are taken and kept in trip, Temperance Drinks. Aniline dyes. Hammond visited her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Taylor, tho teacher, returned to of thee elements and taken In sulll in the second place our addressing is done by malicate form, and Coffee-Cla- y, spices, proas stones, V. B. Harris of Berea, last week. his home, after a good year's work. chinery. This cuts out almost entirely the possibility of mistake. clent quauttty will support life, but II cocoanut shells. Is not a very desirable Mod for the O. T. Payne is doing a great deal of A vote will bo taken on the 28th .of In fact in tbe last six mouths we have mailed more than one hundred' Olive oil. healthy adnlt who" can cat a mlntl logging. Miss America Owens who this month In regard to combinln; and twmity five thousand papers and in all that time we have discovMeat Poultry and. Flab. Boras and diet Sleat. poultry, game, flsb and has been visiting her sister at Blan- tho four schools In Pittsburg Into a ered only one misplaced stencil or name. the leguminous vegetables inoas. beaux, other preservative. che, has returned home. Miss Mary graded school. We hopo tho voters Many of the coloring matter, preWe do not mean by this that wo want our subscribers to slop lentils, etc.i are rich In proteld. I'o J. Abney of Brush Creek is visiting will not forget to go to the polls notifyiug tm when The Citizen fails to come. No, we wnnt them to tntoes. cereal and many vegetables servatives and adulterant are not relatives here. R. T. Abney has goue and cast their votes for the intercut tell us every time and we shall help in every nay we can. We are contain carbohydrates. Fats are sup- prejudicial to health, but ualeaa their to Wlldle to study telegraphy. of their children. Paula and Willlo plied by butter, fat of meat. lard, etc usually able to send tbe missing numbers, and shall gladly do so Fletcher left for Berea last Sunday The various minerals required are altho the fault is not ours. MADISON COUNTY found In the food constituting a mlied to enter school. Several boys and But where lies tbe blamef Well, we have been told by postDRKYFVS diet, and In nddltlou common salt girls aro attending the S. B. M. S., masters that people sometimes send by their neighbors for their mail Dreyfus, Jan. 15. Dr. and Mrs. London, Ky. Also somo (which Is not n sail, by the way. but are attending nud these neighbors are sometimes a little careless and do not deliver Baker hare returned from a visit the graded school. John Byley a compound of sodium and eblorlnei died it. And sometimes one neighbor, without being acked and meaning Is taken freely for seasoning purpose. la Louisville. Mrs. Pearl Hayes of last week after a long Illness. He well, proffers to take tbe mail of some one who liven on tbe same Right here It may be stated that salt Breathitt County is vlslt.ng her jolnod the East Pittsburg Baptist Is usually taken In excess. One easlly creek expecting to see him on bis way brine, but be fiiils nrd. if it is parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Young. church a few weeks ago und gave falls Into the habit of taking a little a newspaper, tho chances nro that it uill never reach its destination. Clinton Carrier spent Sunday nl.ht good evidence of a hopo of eternal more salt until ordinary and proper But lastly, Uuclo Sam himself in sometimes at fault. He is a with Thomas Winkler and family. life. Ho left a wifo and two small quantities full to In uss ixra lienge ana Lilla Klmb.r- - ;chi,dre to mourn his loss. The re. very kindly old gentleman, but rather cotifrsM dly a bad manager in cases of chronic tickle tbea palate. free disease salt l r tn T)lmti this one department of bis big business. He is u little old and bis Iain TTinno hnainnco mains were laid to rest In the Pitts diet Is often beneficial, nnd It Is prol hands tremble fearfully at times, but be means to do right, nnd be mond, last Saturday. Mrs. Rob rt burg cemetery. J. R. Adams has mov nble that most of us eat far more salt would welcome a letter from any of his friends telling him of their Lamb who was operated on In Rich- ed to his new home than Is good for us. near East Pittstroubles. mond last Wednesday for append An effort should bo made to combine burg church. Born to Mrs. Willie 1b Don't fail to tell us when Tbe Citizen fails to appear, but drcp improving. Tho Rev. Mr. TT ri II Rnl n flnn trl rl TIidm wna n ft all of the elements above mentioned In the dally dietary, varying the bill VTOt mect- b.1 F 'in Pittsburg last Wednesday, burn- - Uncle Sam a letter too if tbe trouble continues. of fare so that each meal may xis tho Christian ing several buildings. Among these sess some attraction of novelty und Friday night. We hope to havo a was the - Wallow and Brassfleld this week. Post Offico In which ths ing Springs to teach music this vln"thk rnrmo tan dm xo iidbinem in provide a normal stimulus to digestion. large attendanco and good ordor. Lu- fire ooooboohcty." gro- ,ter. A. C. BIcknell Is planning to Mlsa Lou Hatfield Is In very first caught. Most of poor According to one authority the rutin ther Klmberlaln who has been vety ceries and all the postofflco the supplies go to Illinois In a few days. health. Ermon Broughton of Brass-fiel- d of nitrogen to carbon should be as t presence Is stiMed tho public I victim, sick with rheumatism Is improving wero saved. No dwelling houses wero who has been In Oklahoma for to l!i. It will he observed that n lzed nnd cannot exercise tbe right of OIIAYIIAWK ; Mrs. Fannie Lunsford who has been burned. Tho Pittsburg Coal Co. hat choice as to whether It will drink rasp, e Gray Hawk, Jan. 14. Most every two years has boon visiting friends largo excess of vegetables or visiting In Berea for tho past week sold Its proporty food Is required to maintain berry soda containing enough aulline to another comono Is busy this week plowing ami and relatives hero. Mrs. Rhoda Click baa returned home Mrs. Lizzie Klm- pany which la mis uaianre. ine general rule may dye to tbe glassful to color a piece of still running tho mines. clearing up ground for tho sprlug nnd children are gojng to Illinois. berlaln has been sick for tho past few Miss Daisy Adams contemplates crops. Corn Is scarce and Is soiling Miss Myrtlo Click Is still Improving. be followed, therefore, of meat mImjiii ( flannel Uve Inches square or go thirsty. days. Sunday school Is progressing starting to school at London next at 75 cts. per bushel. Plenty of bay Digestibility of Foods. Miss Martha Dean spent tho day once ir day and certainly not ofiem-- r nicely with Mr. Jack Lunsford as than twice, nitrogenous vegetables, Undigested food may be far more InTuesday. may bo bad at CO cts. per hundred. with Miss Myrtlo Click last Sunday. such as penM and beans, at meals superintendent. jurious than tnauy of the adulterants James Click mado a business trip where ouliry. gnine or light Mrs. Judey Fields Is visiting this meat twr or preservatives above mentioned. JACKSON COUNTY IIKl IIII.L. It week at James Brumback'f. Thonms to Berea last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Hon Is served; suluds and green vege is wise, therefore, to give some thought Big HIU, Jan. 16. Mr. Joseph Iloeco HANI! OAs'. recently moved to tho Tom Williams left last week for tables to accompany heavy meat por- to the relative digestibility of various 8r Is yet very sick. The Rev. Jas. Sand Gap Jan. 7. Wm. Alumbaugh Morris has Madison County to mako their homo. tion. classes of food, especially if one's ocParsons, on account of his eyes fall of Waneta, has bought out James houso of A. F. Robinson. W. R. Mr. and Mrs. Dan. Sparka are homo Fresh Food th Safest. Englo is suffering severely from the cupation Is sedentary. -i ed to fill bis annolntment ut Pilot . Durham. Sr.. of Durham ltlik-mui ngaln from Drip Rock, whero Mrs. Some families Insult their wonderful Pork. Whether fresh or in sausages Knob church last Saturday and Sun- - U moving this week. Mr. Durham will effects of being kicked by a mulu on Sparks has boon teaching. digestive mechanism with a Mtcmly or other form, pork Is Indigestible day. Tho Rov. R, L. Ambrose fill- - locate at Berea, whero ho Intends tho thigh a few days ago. A letter diet of delicatessen utrocltlea or liinu and therefore Inferior lu nutritive vtl-uI'AllltOT from W. T. Oldham of Oklahoma tells cd his place. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. 'to Bond his children to school. J. R. trltlous canned foods when u little Parrot, Jan. 1C. Thero wero serviFurthermore. It Is liable to con. Richardson went to Richmond last Durham Is visiting with homo folks of tho death of his wifo who was ces at Lotter Box, Saturday night and moro energy and Ingenuity would en tain dangerous parasites, "trichina formorly Miss Tincher of Gray Hawk. able them to secure u meal of fresh, spiralis" or the eggs Friday on business. Mrs. Adllno and will attend Circuit Court, at Mcof tbe tapeworm. Charley Lewis who waa reported to Sunday, conducted by tho Holiness nutritious nud food. The Pork should not be eaten except In Is visiting her undo, Philip Keo, next week. J. 0. Durham closthe Riley Sparks somo tlmu people. Tho Misses Nora, Mlnnlo tendency to run to the pantry for n form Hayes. Mrs. Julia Hayes has had n ed hla school, Dec. 23rd, with a nice have killed of bacon or bam. If compelled to ago has boen arrested and lodged In and Lucy Prlco left, Saturday, for can of Kardlnes or salmon. Instead nt eat sovore suffering In her head for tho entertainment and Christmas bo- xIt cook It thoroughly. Annvlllo, whero they will enter s hool. cooking u chop or fresh flsh or proTbe following Is a list of foods In last two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Deputy Sheriff, David Powell, has tho McKeo Jail. Tho trial la set for Tho Morris brothers bought a flno viding nutritious cold meats or wihiiU. the order of their digestibility. It Marcum are now occupying tho Jams moved to town. He bought out tho tho 16th. Ho was found under a cliff saddlo horso of Fred Brandstuttcr for ia responsible tor n certain amount ol should bo remembered that this list Coyle house. Mr. Marcum Is in part- widow Durham, and son, who canio near hla homo fast asleep on a bed American dyspepsia. 11020. Pheo Hlllard, our popular bold goVxl for the average Individual. nership with L. C. Powell In tho mer- to town a short time ago. Sherman of six quilts. Thero Is a great deal drummer, attended church at this Home one has said that "a dinting Some people have strange antipathies dish Is u frying pirn t tin I has got Into chandise business. Aunt Clnda Bak- Durham went to McKoe, today, on of mumps In this vicinity. Circuit place, Wednesday night. Ho had or Idiosyncrasies ngulust er who has been sick for soma time business. Magglo Durham closed her Court is In berslon at McKeo this started on an extended trip through good society." We boldly maintain cles of food, which they certnlu articannot fur wook. that the frying pau has no business lu baa been moved to Grant Abratnu', school at Foxtown, 23rd ult, with that reason digest: the mountains. Mlnnlo Price made a good society. MIMMIKII daughter Mrs. Abrams can a flno exhibition and candy treat. where hor Itoast mutton, sweetbreads, boiled buslnoss trip to McKoo, Thursday. Greasy fried foods will continue to wait on her. Armon Nealy of Kerby Tho grandest feature exhibited was Mildred, Jan. 1C W. K. Jones has Prayer meeting is held at tho school "upset" tbe digestion of countless chicken, venison, soft boiled egg, new Knob vlsltod bis father and mother, a sham battlo between a number of bought out W, V. Jones' part of tho houso every Wednesday night. Mr. Americans until natural selection has toasted cheese, ronst fowl, turkey, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Nealy, tho other boys, In which bells, chairs, charts Jonea Bros.' storo. Cross tie hackDelbert Ilcllard, who has been in eliminated the frying pun users. "Out partridge and pheasant, lamb, wild duck, oysters, periwinkles, day. Mr. Nealy Is going to move to . and all school apparatus wero hurl ing la tho chief occupation hero now. omelet, Illinois for tho past year, has boen of tbe frying pan Into the lire" Is n Steve Green's place. Mr. Walter ed In every direction. Sherman Dur- James Fowlor is working on James visiting home folks at Isaacs, He good axiom. The food prepared In the tripe, boiled sole, haddock, skate, Bundren has returned to his home at ham took his sister, Maggie, to Be- II. Moore's houso while ho Is away rn returned, Thursday, accompanied by frying pan would better go Into the trout perch, roast beef, boiled beef, rump steak, roast real, boiled veal, Brownsburg, Ind. Preaching services rea, Thursday, whero ho entered business. Lowls Hayes Is able to his brother, Georgo, who will locato fire than Into our stomach, where It Is rabbit, salmon, herring, mackerel, very likely to set up a lire In the shape wore held at Joseph Recce's a few school. J. G. Durham, Is teaching In bo out again after, a severe case of In Oklahoma. F. K. Gabbard is of acute or chronic Indigestion. If you pilchard, sprat, hard boiled and fried ago by Mr. Peter Mobcrly. A Berea this winter. Married, Dec. 22 typhoid fever. Born to Mr. and Mrs. planning to attend school at Cincinnights eggs, pigeon, hare., duck, goose, fried large crowd being present and there at the home of the bride on Hurrah Emll Moore, a flno boy. O. D. Jones' nati this winter. Several of tho boys must fry. make It a "dry" fry. Not flsb. roast and tolled pork, heart, only Is It dlllletilt for the gastric Juice was good order. Sherman Collins Btroct, Miss Nettle McOuIro and school closed, Saturday. S. D. Itlco Coutlnucd on fourth ptg t. to penetrate nud uct upon food that Is Urer, kidney, lobster, salted flsb, crab. FOR REPRESENTATIVE n. Gab-bard'd, bd-Imes Eur-gtyn- e baa-soatBeer.-Sallcyllc need cl-t- is carlsi-hydrato I Hen-dorsnpiM-tlzIn- thickly coated with grease, but as ax cess of fat spread out over the lining of tbe stomach retards the secretion of gastric Juice. Protection of Feed. The article of food most likely to b contaminated by disease germ Is milk. The bureau of nulinal liiduitry has formulate) fifty rules for the guldsnce of milk dealers or dairymen. People who keep their own cows would do well to secure a set of these rules. Epitomized, they prescribe cleanliness and care In the handling of milk as well as proper treatment, housing and Scrupulous feeding of cows. enre should be exercised In keeping elcnit all utensils In which milk Is used. Milk from a doubtful source should or pasteurized before us. Milk preserved with formalin or other chemicals should not be used. Iceboxes should bo regularly cleaned wltb hut soapsuds solution or strong solution or sou a. ice onen contains germs ami spores which multiply as soon as they get In a warm temperature. Food should never be exposed to contact wltb Hies. Insects, rata, mice, etc., ns these pests often act as germ carriers. Nothing Is so harrowing to tbe soul of a modern pbyalclaa as n kitchen filled with buzzing files wbllt-foo- d Is left stnndlng around. Inviting these germ carriers to alight and promenade. Cats and dogs should not be allowed in tbe kitchen, and tho less tbey a rein the house the better. Tbey are excellent germ carriers.