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Devoted to tlie Interests of tlie Mountain People Five ceuta a copy. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 20, 1011 One Dollar a year. No. 31 The Citizen FIFTY DOLLARS IN "SENSE" FOR A DOLLAR Many years ago a small boy was employed as a farm hand by n wealthy citizen ol his county. He received lor his seivices 20 cents per day, (1.20 per week. Alter a few necks work he took a day off aud went to town to the circus that was advertised lor that day Now after these years he does not remember cue thing about the circus, but he does remember a inau standing in a wagon with some little blue boxes in a basket. A strange thing to bo remembered so long. Woll, thero is n reason for It. The man was put. ting bright aud beautiful bills iu the boxes ono dollar bills, fives, tons, a twenty aud a lifty. Of course there were a number of boxes that had no money in them but all had what were called gold pens. Then the boxes weio mixed by shaking the basket, ai diLemananuoun ced that someone was going to get the mouey. All he would ask was that everyone that wanted to draw should give him a dollar for three chances. That looked good. It bad taken five days to earn a dollar. Wouldn't it be jolly to get the fifty dollar bill by the simple act of thrusting a haud into the basket aud bringing out a box ? Into the depths of bis pocket went the hand iu search of a bright silver dollar that be had rolled over the floor all day the Sunday after his first pay day just for the joy of seeing it, bearing it ring, and knowing that it wns really his own. That was all forgotten at the moment iu anticipation of the wonderful story of success that ho would havo to tell the farmer when he got homo that night. He doubted if be could work any longer at 20 cents a day. The man took the dollar, and the boy's hand was thrust eagerly into the basket. A box came out and was quickly opened, but there was notbiug in it but somo worthless brass ptns. But there wero two more draws. Surely he would get one of the bills yet. The second draw was made with a like result. By this time a doubt crept in. What if he had lost his hard earned dollar! There was a feeling of faintness as the last thrust was made and the last box waa opened. Only a few more brass pens. With pallid face and downcast ejea the boy slipped out of the crowd. He had nothing to tell the farmer that night. But ho has something to tell now. He didn't get the fifty dollars, but he got something that he didn't have before and something that he needed more than he needed the fifty dollars. He didn't get the fifty dollars in cents, but he got more than fifty dollars in seme. He was never fooled that way again. Not that way, aud that dollar helped him to escape in another respect. He reasoned that as the chances were against bis getting fifty dollars for one out of the little blue boxes, so the chances were against bis getting unbounded health out of a dollar bottle, and so be learned to fight shy of the long haired patent medicine man whom he also found playing his game from the deck of a wagon at the circus or on the opening day of circuit court. As he found the the best source from which to draw tho farmer and tbo 20c fifty dollars, so he found the trusted family physician and the daily care of his body the best source of health. Fifty dollars iu sense for one dollar a good trade. No, it was only common sense and it ought to have cost less. It ought to havo been freo. Tho boy ought to have inherited it, but he didn't. Did you ? Some people do not inherit it, and if they ever buy it, they wait till much later in life when it costs more much more than a single dollnr. iEJlEA KY. a good Vol. XII. Clothing Sale! Closes Saturday, Jan. 28 If you haven't had your share of the bargains get busy. While this has been one of the most successful sales we ever had, there are many" bargains left. You have only three days more. THE FOUNDATION OF FORTUNE The habit of saving, formed early in life, is the foundation of most fortunes. Thrifty people patronize the bank and are enabled to accumulate money and to prosper. The Department of Savings is a special feature of this bank. It has many depositors, both large and small. All deposits in this department draw 4 compound interest. One dollar or more will open an account. Berea Bank & Trust Co. A BEREA REUNION IN The Biggest Bargains YOU EVE Rj BOUGHT R. R. COYLE - Berea, Ky. NEWS OFJHE Scene-Beveri- WEEK Congr- PHI DELTA WINS A A6AIN Agitation for Extra Semon ot "Uncle Joe'e" Nest-Un- cle ess-After nd Sm dge Brother Jonathan and the on the Win In "Log; Jam" Independent Tennessee. EXTRA SESSION TALK agitating tor uu oxira session of Congress uiiur March th to gtvo tho an opportunity lioubo Dwmociatic to gut to worK. Repuullcuii leam.TU at a4tnugU)U aro uppv8d to tho movement, and It la thought that tho l'ro.mcui will roiuo to mako tho call. Thu Demociata aro But on revising tiio unit mid It would bo a good Uilug to let thum at It as quickly aa polulo. 'llio lUbUrgtnia will no douul hull) them, and tho country ... ... u .ll.K. Mill will liiuorBO moir ucuuu It wv-piucoed schedule by schcuule. Just j Good Audience A Qreat Debate The Speakers and Speechee as They Appeared to The Citizen Re- porter. All during tho week preceding tho dobato, which took placo Friday nl.ht, studonta could bb beard saying, "I can hardly wait for tho decision." Tho oxcltcmont was Intense, and wholesome Just as it should bo on tho ovo ot tho greatest Academic ovent of tbo year. Hut then to think that with all this interest nnd nnx-lot- y Prof. Dlnsmoro should havo prolonged tho suspenso utter the decision was In his bauds. There, wero somo sets ot nerves that were at tho snapping point and, hut for tho fact his audience that ho provoked to uproarious laughter as ho withheld tho decision, who knows what would havo bapiiened? Hut nmong otliT things Dlnsmoro Is a philosopher. Tho laughter was a fitting prepara-- j I tlon for tho shock that was Impending of Joy that follows victory; of chargin that comes with defeat, j But tho decision camo and with it pandlmonlum nnd silence. Pandlmon-luon I'lil Delta's sldo of tho houso; sllonco from A. '.. silence until they too becamo philosophers, and then It was PANDIMONIA. It was a great dobato. Everybody thought so. And there was much room for tho Joy nnd tho shouting, but little place for chagrin and They wcro ot necessity temporary and fleeting. Thero wa& success enough for all manly ilelmte; logical reasoning; a good degree of eloquence; pursuaslvo appeal. These wcro properties common to tho two sides nearly equally common. Hut If ono should discriminate, nnd that is what a dobato calls for It might bo said that tho subject debated la an Important consideration. And, after saying that tho affirmative had a better knowledgo of tho subjectboth sides of tho subject wcro tho masters of their own sido, and had forsoen and prepared for every m I I Two Now York paiiois have been HERE'S OUR JUSTIFICATION A few weeks ago we gave some reasons why wo had dropped all patent medicine nds. Hero is another and our jtistifiralicn. On tho very day our editorial went to press goveinifiit cliemisls testified beforo tho United Slatis District court of IVtiUMhnnin that the principal ingredient of three of Dr., Muu)cn'F so called Blood and Asthma cures is nothing but enne sugar. Tho company plead guilty and n fine of 1000 was ntisessed. Dr. Munyou's nostrums nro hold ever) where, aud his picture is familiar to all newspaper renders, for it occurs iu connection with tho advertisement of his remedies. But we suggest to our readers that there is a better grade of sugar not so costly aud put up in more convenient form thnu the Munyoii kind. If sugar is wanted, call for sugar, and buy it, or uso some good, pure sorghum instend; but, if medicine is wanted, ask the doctor about it. VERMILLION COUNTY Last week It waa AdauiB County, Ohio. Now It la Vcnuill.on County, Illinois, tho homo of Speaker Cannon, A bribery Investigation haa boon Blurted there and ti.o reports havo It that many ot tho lulluentlal ones In political circles aro having business calls (rout Indiana. Tho only between, Vermillion and dlffoiouco Adama would seeni to bo that In Adams County thoy woro thoroughly repentant and brought forth limta wonhy ropJiitanc. walked up and tho paid their finoB and Buffered penal.y of dlBfranchiBiiient. In Vermillion County they aro trying to oscapu. It IB greatly 10 oo iiup-j- tho lnestlsution will ho thorough and that tho high up and thu low down allko will feel Its effects. Wonder It "Undo Joo" had anything to do with UT UNCLE SAM TO THE RESCUE Uuclo Sam is taklug a haud In tho rovolutlou In HonuuriiB, havliiii captureu u gun boat that was operating in tho Interest o( tho rovolution-Ut- s, and latter lauding bluo jacketa from tho emitter Tatoma to protect at Cvlua. John tho Hull la on hand also uuil sent a of Bailors a.huio fur tho protection of tho British Consulate. BEVEIUDUE TUB LEADER Tbo unusual is happening In tho case of Senator liovoildgc. Ho Is to bo succeeded by John W. Kuril In tho noxt Congress, but, undeterred by his deiiut, Is tho man ot tho hour that attack of their opponents, soraethlm; that could hardly bo claimed ot Alpha Zeta It 1b fair to say that l'hl Delta had tho better sldo ot tho subject. All other things being equal It Is easier to win advocating a graduated Federal Income tax than opposing It. Tho argument is on Phi Delta's side. Tbo And It was a great audience. student body in tho main took sides, occupying tho sldo of tho chapel to tho right of tho stand with l'hl Delta, or on tho left with Alpha Zeta. Many of tho Faculty and citizens Joined them. Tho entire central portion of tho building was given up to tho noutrals whether Faculty, students or citizens, and It was filled, as were tho two sides, with enough left over for tho galleries to havo a audience in themselves. respect-abl- o tacle was ot tho most unalloyed Interest. Ills was tho pleasure ot a study of tho speakers and tho observation of tho contrast In tho effect of tholr oratory upon their friends and their opponents. For Instance, GUllgan, by his splendid outline of tho argument to bo presented by Phi Delta and his forceful contention In tho opening speech of tho debate, stamped a question mark upon tho faco of every adherent of tho ncgatlvo from tho speakers' stand In front to the galleries in tho rear. Tho question was plainly this, "Can wo meet Urm?" And Collins, tho first of Alpha Zcta'o CoiitlnutU on fourth page. It was to tho neutral that tho spec- many Berea students gathered at Christmas time as in Todd Seminary, Nino Bercans besldo othIllinois. ers sat down to tho Christmas dinner and one of tho party, who ought to know, declared It the most beautiful table he had ever seen. But its heautv did not hinder the Kuests from onjoying to the full the bounteous dinner set before them. Course after course was dispatched In a way to gratify the hostess as well as tho consumers. With so many Bercans at tho table thero was a little s.lxen thread of memory busy no doubt In all our hearts and It was a precious tlo to bind us all together. A house party ot young people insures merriment. Even on Christmas morning tho hostess helped to form a merry ring to dance around the Christmas tree, Improvising songs as they might, and then, before a gltt was distributed, seated herself at the piano to sing "Joy to tho World"' in which all Joined as heartily as In tho dance. To tho mother In tho crowd, tho ono seemed as pleasing to God as tho other, for to be merry on Christmas morning Is tho right of every person, young and old. On Monday Lillian Ambroso Joined us and then thero wero ten In our party and what with tobogganing, candy pulling, bowling and Jolly game3 tho young people ran riot and for onco forgot caro and trouble and sang songs whoso sweetness lingers still in our memories. All too soon tho guests began to scatter and left with tho host and hostess tho happy feeling that thoy had given Joy to many. Principal Hill declared that It was a great Joy to him to havo the scattered Bereans foel they had a claim on tho Todd Seminary home. If thero was a happier or merrier crowd In the state ot Illinois this Christmas tlmo It could only bo their capacity tor Joy was greater. Tho beautiful thought that underneath all tho merriment each Bercan could sing In his heart, "Praise God flow," from Whom all blessings mado tho week to all a Holy as well as a happy ono. For tho satisfaction of Bereans tho names of thoso present aro ap so Is doubtful whether in any homo outside of Kentucky thero wero so It mm STATE Speak Softly of Loulsvllle-DuRe- lle Sure of His Job-No- ted Baptist Dies Bradley a Progressive the Carnegie Hero Awards. HURT THEIR FEELINGS J. Paul Daley, a social worker and lecturer, hurt tho feelings of tho own- a short tlmo ago , ers of Louisvlllo in on address in which he was re ported to have laid bare some of tho evil conditions of tho city and placed the blame upon certain of the reputed masters of the metropolis. These masters, to show that thoy are the masters, had him arrested by their minions, the police, stripped of his personal property and photographed aa a common criminal. Later they had him tried in the pollco court whero tho charge was found to be untrue, but still their power was shown In the order of tho Judgo holding him over to tho grand jury. It Is not safe to talk about Loulsvlllo In Louisville. Visitors beware. DUKELLE TO HOLD OVER Former Judgo Geo. DuRelle, now United States District Attorney for tho Louisville District who has on tho anxious seat for been somo time respecting his reappointment to that position, has been In Washington this week looking after his own Interests. It is now stated that Senator Bradley has withdrawn his opposition and thero Is no longer any doubt about tho WAIT! at Washington, and although discri- minated against beforo tbo t lection by President Tall owing to hla tariff views, ho la now tho l'resldeiit'H strougtst euppoit In tho eifort to put through tho Tatt program during tblB session. Mr. Uoverldgo describes tho situation In CoLgret.8 as a "log Jam." 'Ibis la a good description of tho present blocking of legislation. Dovcr.dgo Is using bia log book rather effectively, but It is not possible that very much more can ha douo during tbo (ow remaining woeka of tbo acaslon. NORTON RETIRES Tho Secretary to tho President, Mr. Charles D. Norton, will soon retlro from hla position and enter business. Continued on Utl luge. HELP!, THE GREATEST WAIT!! I Need the Cash MONEY-SAVIN- G DR. WH1TSITT DIES Dr. W. H. WhltBltt, who was for a number of years President of tho Southern Baptist Theological S. in Louisville, died In Richmond, Va this week. Dr. Whltsltt resigned his position In Louisville In lSdO owing to a controversy which had arisen and bitter opposition to him resulting from a publication of his In which ho took tho position that immersion as a form of baptism was but a few centuries old. Ho was bitterly assailed by factions in the church, Dr. T. T. Eaton of Louisville leading tho fight against him. Shortly after moving to Richmond he was elected a Professor in a collego In that city. Memorial services wero held in somo of tho Baptist churches pended: Mr. and Mrs. Hill. Carol Hill. Ro- - ,nnd tho Theological School on Sun- commemorating his llfo and gcr Hill. Clyde SMI well. Mrs. Rogers. uork. Anna Dickinson, John Rogers, Tracy Tuthlll and Lillian Ambroso, and cur I BRADLEY WITH THE PROPHETS in last weoK's issuo mention was welcome guest for an ovculng, Miss Hondrlck8 who Is so well known In made of the conference of young Berea. and Ethel McBroom both ot Republicans at Louisville seeking to put new llfo Into the party to Woodstock, 111. t mako It progressive. As Senator Brad- loy waa not present, and no mention scorned to bo mado of his position In regard to tho conferenco, it was taken for granted qulto largely thru-otho stato that It was a movement In opposition to him and his Influence. It now appears, owing to tho publication of a letter from Mr. Bradley (to tho chairman ot tho conferenco, .that Bradley himself Is ono ot the ("young men," and that be was to tho meeting and fully eni dorses all tho speeches and tho plat-- I form enunciated. Tho Citizen for ono Is clad to welcorao tho mi-na- ry I WAIT!!! ut HELP! SALE ever presented to the buying public of this vicinity. Opens Wednesday Morning, February 1st AND LASTS ONLY TEN DAYS Senator Into tho ranks of tho progressives. It would be good to see his name along with thoso of Bover-Idg- e, Cummins, LaFolletto and the rest who aro perfecting the progesa-iv- o organization In Washington. A KENTUCKY HERO Tho Carneglo Hero Fund Commission rocently made nineteen for rescues or attempted rescues from drowning, three awards for rescues from tiro, two from suffocation In wells and one each from a train and a ahootlng, A Kentucklan, Jas. V. Logan, received a medal and two ICoulluucd on A. P. GABBARD, - - - CONWAY, KY. Itit pI. Page Two THE CITIZEN Jaarr 26, 1911 REVIEW OF TRADE Increased Buying by Rallroado Dry Oooda Buyers Are In tne Ma- The Citizen ! family newtesaer for til 4MIHOMMMWMMt 10 J. AID HUMANKIND thtt It rtf M BtrM, rasliriit.1 tttrj Tlmiadaj It ANDREW 000,000 BEREA PUBLISHING CO. A, CARNEQIE GIVES ItOr-TO WASHINGTON RE SEARCH INSTITUTE. H OME I 1 1 TOWN rketFewer Failures. HF.I.PS P. Faulkner, Editor and ManafaM Subscription Rate rATAIUI IN ADTANOI GIFTS i.at .. TOTAL $25,000,000 m Year a Heath aieacT bv reat-aft- c Donor Announces Ykiae Months tal Mar, Draft, tljtf rd Ltltar, ar aa a twa ami atampa. an labtl attain I Tat data aRtr yeiir Now York. The donation of an ad wfcat 4ia ouf aabKHnttofl la bald, If it la not atarrd wlibln tarea watkj ailar raaawal dltlonal endowment of $10,000,000 to ua. atirjthe Carnegie Institution of Washing' Mlatmc numbars will V glad) aupplltd If ton by And row Carnegie, the founder, art otlfrd. Una nrrmltnna ehaap wtth naw sobaerlMlont was announced Friday. ajM promnt ranawan. wra tot tTtmiua imv. This latest contribution brings the Literal irrna Wan to any who obtain new aWriptlont for at, Any on aandlna ua four total of Mr. Carnegie's gifts to tho aarl? aubacrlptlona can reel erf Tha Cltlaaa I rea Institution to $25,000,000, and will en jrilBMn lor ont on appllcatlaa. jrar. Advartlalnf rata able its directors to broaden greatly tho scope of the work done under tho atm an er general guidance and with tho SJWTCCKV rREfll AStOCIATJOat ation of tho Institute. Coupled with the formal announcement was a declaration by Mr. Car negie that the work of the Institution had cleared from blnrao tho captain of a nrltlsh ship who ran bis vessel upon the rocks, by proving that the British admiralty charts by which tho Notwiiiimaiiuing trio fact that It captain was guided were two or three wasn't much- Dt n cummer wo are degrees astray. rorry to bid It good-by- . The discovery of 60,000 new worlds by Professor Halo at tho observatory Aviators will fly nwny somewhere on Mount Wilson, Cal., also was nn nnd din of cnnul when i.Il possible nounced. The observatory was estab records lmvo been broken. lished by the institution, and It operations nnd discoveries afford Mr. Insanity In on tbo Increase, ray th Carneglo more delight, perhaps, than doctors. Shall we appoint n commis any other workings ot the Institution, sion to cxamlno the doctors? Mr. Carnegie also announced that a far more powerful telescope than man Families (hat simply must have do has Is now under construcmestlc servlco aro pained to heat tion ever made Mount Wilson observa for the About the shortago In chorus girls. tory. With It ho hopes to make pos Probably we shall have nolsourool elble the discovery of still more celes tlal bodies. mo- flats when wo get noise-proo- f The new telescope wll have a lens ba' chanlcal pianos and nolso-proo- f of 100 Inches diameter. Mr. Carnegie Dies. declares that "the whole world Is goNov that trnnd nrnnln ham nriran ing to listen to the oracle on the top pure-milized a world-vvldfight It of Mount Wilson, and in a few years Is becoming a distinction to bo a we shall know more about the unl vereo thnn Galileo and Copernicus cow. ever dreamed of. I hope I shall live long enough to hear tho revelations A Boston woman wanted to elope but when her husband gave her money that are to come from Professor Hale to go, she chanced her mind It took on Mount Wilson." all the romanco away. Mr. Carnegie further declared that the Institute soon will bo ready to Up to the present tlmo tbo uso of show a formula for tbo making of the various "universal" languages has Portland cement. been confined to a comparatively "It baB found the Ingredients ncccs sary by analysis," he said, "and that miall section of the universe. Invaluable material can bo produced After flying across the English in nny part of the world, wherever channel a few times no experienced the elements are found. Hitherto, as aviator should be afraid to tackle the I understand it, cement could only be made from certain comparatively rare Job of flying across Lake Michigan deposits." It was nearly ten years ago In It would be Interesting to Know how many barrels of excess humidity we. 1502 that tbo Instltuto was founded have had thin year, and the weather by Mr. Carnegie. At that tlmo be gavo the board of trustees a fund of man ought to supply the Information $10,000,000 returning nn annual In While Prof. Garner's educated ape come of flvo per cent. Five years may lar.k In refinement, It would not later be added J2.000.000 to the en Ko Ihrough a residence dls dowment of the Institution, which was trlot late at night with an open muf- Incorporated In 1904. er Xanraaa Moatr k That Through th Worlds Have Been Discovered and New Process for Making of Cement Found. Institution 60,000 ! Now York. U.O.lmn & Ca's review Wild: Imnrnvemmt In financial conditions has Ikoii marked in tho last few darn,ami to some extent has liven nrcomparried by moro active tnulo dlfinbution, although th? Industrial contraction of tho hurt half of tiro year t stW In evidence. This Imprwemt'r 1 ro fleeted ahto In tho moro vncourasTtiij aipcota of tho Iron and Hteol mwlerrt. Whilo production is still only onc-liunnd tbsv is of iwluclng In condilllorer, )vt no dcddvl-tJhar.K- o of mo ihcro is now export busln atd lmrcarcd buying by tho ml'.rwuln. Conrcr is Kllghtly weaker, owin; to tlhs faot that fttccks aro heavy, wit wlthutandlni; tho Wr wccM conaimip v VALUE Wanton OF THE SHADE TREES Deetruotlen of These Protectors of Oood Roads la Denounced by an Enthusiast tion. Sprlna Dry Goods. Many Virgo dry good buyers havo been In tho primary marktiw, but Uux operations uro still along oonsorvaU70 llncsj A consldernblo export wdo ho been done wtth ho fnr Eat In tbo last four weeks. Tflie largest fucton have bookod wlwuinti.i4 or- on. rsneclally In faney ruxl ticKor trade, ami a fair spring butdnoss fa reported on printed wash good, noil iiiK HctnJlers aiv buying inoro dress gooiin arul wash fabrkn. Against tho favorable fcatunet must bo sot inet- at "HiTlGV&c )Hr )wi MORTON DROPS DEAD INSURANCE CHIEF IS STRICKEN WITH APOPLEXY IN NEW YORK. FREIGHT RATE HEARING ENDS COMMISSION WILL DECIDE CASES ABOUT MARCH 1. Arguments on Tariff Advance In Both Eastern and Western Territory Are Concluded. ings of manufacturers to eurtall production, iccauso of tho Inability to euro value for finished incrcliainMso commciwurate with 4 ho rout t raw materials onl general eost of prodvio tkm. Men's wear and diw goods mills nxo gathering burlnestt for fall price yvt complaJutu of very aro general. Tho returns of bank clearings from all leading cities in tho I'nited RtatB for this week again nrnko a vnry Indifferent comparison with thxo of a year ago. although thU unfavorable showing Is hclpcl to son.o extent by tho fact that at this time 1at year bank clear! ntcs wero all r.t about the hlgbetn. point ever ntonliil. Tho to- 2,9CI,C.iS. tad this wock aggregated 491, a los-- compared wrth tho mmu weok last year of 19.C ht cent, Iv compared with 1903 the total Im prao t kvlly tho same. Tho returns from a number of citlo exhibit notable chances from a week ago, at Now York City tiro dccrea tills week be ing 2C.7 per. cent, agalnHt 1S.S, which proba'bly reflects In greater part op erations ia the speculative and flnan dal markets. At dries ojtsldo that xntc tho sumo Irregularity Is noted, lorocHi ir'. 2.S per cent at Cincinnati, C.8 ct Chi cago and 27.4 at Ixmlsvillo contrnM Imj with moro or- lew gain lax. week. s Bank Clearings. SCOUTED Had Been IDEA OF ILLNESS Washington. Suffering From Kidney Troubles Since December-ChlcaSpecialist Urged Him to Take Com piete Rest Waa Planning Tour. go fler. man empire. as Germany can Bell her old battleship? to Turkey she will maintain her opinion that the time is not ripe for the partition 0f the Otto A r long WESTERN Executive MINERS WIN OUT Council of Federation cf Labor Decide to Grant Them a Charter. O. can Federation ot Labor in session In that city had decided to grant a charter to tho Western Federation of Ml ners thus clearing tl.o way for the amalgamation of tbo Western Fcdera in tiio lino of duty. teceivcd Hon with tbo United Mine Workers. Tho threatened withdrawal of the That Chicago woman who won n Mine Workers from tho Feleratlon of confirmed woman-hateby baking him Labor was discussed at length again a cako simply Illustrated the old say at tho miner's convention and tho ing that tuo way to reach a man's declaration was made in the passage heart his stomach. of a resolution, that If tho charter was not granted tho Western Federa A Now Jersey ragpicker In one tion tho United Mine Workers would week found Sl.SOO worth of Jewels In withdraw nnd with tho metal miners old clothes. The people who formerly form a new national labor organlza owned the old clothes uro probably tion. complaining about the cost of llvlug "Hut no Chicago aviator," says tho FAIR GOES TO NEW ORLEANS rittsburg Gazetto-Tlmc"has yet tailed over Lake Michigan to .Milwa- Louisiana City Selected by House ukee" Why should any Chicago aviaCommittee as Site for Panama tor take the trouble to do that, when Exposition In 1915. be can fly all tho way to Mllwauke 7 overland Washington. Now Orleans won the first round of tho fight for the location In Manila, especially In the meat of the l'anumn Exposition, when tho MaUs, where flies assemble In swarms, exposition commlttco of the houso by it la found that rohitloiif. t.f one in five vote of 9 to 0. Friday decided In hundred formaldehyde In water placed nvor of It as tho slto for tho fair to In smenru nltrntt and kill. Ilrced'tig celebrate tho opening of tho Panama pliicoo of flics nre sprlnkltd with ken canal In 1915. pup nnd tho htreet weepings enrln After long consideration of the I'.led with cru.lo petroleum and then lrtlms of tho two eitlos tho commit covered with lime, which. In turn, ) tee oted to report favorably the covered six or eight Inches with sew, Bstoulnal bill, rccognlzlnt; Now Or riear. earth. l(y these simple, cay leans and authorizing the means tho number of lllea were Im- a bord of commissioners, selection of the making mensely diminished. of a government exhibit and tlio llUe. The captain of tbo United States urmy who broke his ankle while dan ciliB at Newport Eeems to lie eligible for n pension on account of injury r s, It Is there Is a new comet In gratification among tbo delegates at tbo vast field of the sky. and If bo tending the convention of the United It Is probable many politicians will bs MIno Workers when word was rwondering aH to which one of them Lceltcd from Washington Friday that It presages disaster. tho executive councils of tho Amerl Columbus. There was much New York. Paul Morton, president of the Kqultablo Life Assuranco so ciety and secretary of tho navy under Theodore Roosevelt, died suddenly In the Hotel Seymour In this city where he bad gone on a business errand. Apoplexy caused death. After an In' vcstlgatlln by Coroner Fclnbcrg It de veloped that Mr. Morton had been 1)1 for some time and that his own physi cian, Dr. Joseph Adler, bad told him ho could not be cured. Mr. Morton came upon the knowl edge that he was seriously 111 last De cember, when he proposed taking out what was called a Christmas policy in bis own company. The Equltable's physician told him after an examina tion that bo suffered from kidney trouble and hardening ot tho arteries. Mr, Morton refused to believe that any thing was wrong with him and went ahead with his activities at the Equitable. He bad Intended taking a trip to Europe, to leave here with bis wife on February 22, and staterooms on a steamer had been engaged. Mr. Mor ton consented to this trip only after Dr. Frank Billings, a Chicago specialist, whom he visited after tho Christmas holidays, had urged him to take a complcto rest. The physician Informed Mr. Morton that he could not endure the strain of work. Paul Morton was born May 22, 1S57, in Detroit, Vich. Ha received a common andjilgh school education In Ne braska. Entering tbo employ of tho Burlington railroad as a clerk at tho age ot fifteen, ho rose to the position of general passenger ngent and later to that of general freight agent. On February 1, 1890, he first vice- president of the Colorado Fuel and bec-am- soclatlon territory that the carriers had decided to further defer the ad ranees from February 1 to March 15 ro that the commission might have sufficient time In which to deal with tbo Important questions presented. The commission expects to an nounco Its decisions In the eastern and western cases by March 1. Mean tlmo the members will study tbe rec ords with a view to reaching a con elusion. It is scarcely likely that discussion of the cases will be taken up by the commission, as a body, before the early part of February, and perhaps not before tho middle of February. It Is quite certain that tbe decisions. onco they are reached, will be announced as soon as they can be prepared, as It Is the desire ot the com mission to afford both tbe carriers and tho shippers adequate tlmo In which to adjust themselves to whatever conditions the decisions may make. of the Intcrestato commerce com mission mado the announcement upon the conclusion of tho arguments on the proposed Increase In freight tariffs In tho Western Trunk Line as Chairman Clements "Perhaps no other agency," ho says, "has contributed so much to (ho desolation of naturally beautiful districts In Now England as what Is In He Is parlance called the a big man In bis town aad with his brothers on the board controls th finances, schools, roads and nil matters of town government nnd Improvement "Ills ono great achlovomont whilo In offlco Is to cut down alt tho shade tree or whatever might grow to be shad trtros along tho roads. Ho as a nothing of road building, and believing thai tbe only way to get rid ot water Is to dry It up, instead ot constructing his road of material other than garden loam, crowning it to shed water, grading his ditches to avoid the usual pools left to ooak Into the road, opening sluices to let, ttw water run away from the side ditches, he simply cuts the trees down and waits for his mud bed to dry up. In tho course of tlmo It does dry tip and thea, except during or Immediately after rains when It Is a mass of mud, It Is a bed ot dust nnd all summer Is n hot and stifling desert road, an exhibit of lgnornne and Incompetency. "The best preserved country roadn that have to bear tho heavy motor trat fie of tbo present day are those with amplo shade. It a road cannot bo oiled It needs moisture. The ahado except In very dry periods will retain sufficient molsturo to preservo tho elasticity of the road surface. Thcro is no danger of mud if tha road la properly con rule-know- structed. "It you can't build your roads with asphalt or oil, kill your selectmen and plant some shade trees. Make yonr town comfortable, for yourself and your family nnd so nttracllvo by Its good roads and shady wnys that tbr stranger will buy the worthless half of your farm for twico what any farmer would pay for your enllro property, land, buildings, stock nnd mortgage." V Writer In the Manchester Union. AN IDEA OF AN IDEAL CITY Description Evidently Comes From On Who Has Carefully Thought the Matter Out. FLIES FROM SHORE TO SHIP Ex Ely Alights Safely on Deck of Cruiser Performance Creates Great cltement on Board Vessel. San Eugene Ely, Francisco. the aviator, aconipllsbed n new feat In aerial navigation here by flying from land In n Curtiss blplano and alighting on the deck of a warship anchored In San Francisco bay. Ho started at onco on the return flight and finished it successfully. "It was easy enough," said Ely, as ho stepped from his seat nnd was seized by tbe cheering soldlerB of the Thirtieth Infantry and hoisted on their shoulders. "I thluk tho trick could be successfully turned nine times out of ten." DEATH FOR Iron company. In 1S96 ho was appointed third vice- was later promoted to second president ot the Santa Fe railroad and 24 ANARCHISTS t. year until July 1. 1905. In 1905 be becamo president ot the Equitable Life Assurance society and had held that position ever since. Ho was also of tho President Roosevelt appointed Mr. Morton as secretary ot tbo navy in 1904, ho serving from July 1 of that Japanese Court at Tokyo Sentences Plotters, Including Woman, for Conspiracy. Tokyo, Japan. Twenty-fivmen and ono woman charged with conspiracy against the throne and with plotting to assasslnato the crown prince, and high officials ot tho emplro wero sen fenced publicly Wednesday by the Su premo court. Twenty-fou- r cf tho prlxoners, in eluding DunJIro Kotoku, who onco lived In America, and his wife, were condemned to death. e railway. CHAMP CLARK NEXT SPEAKER Mlisourlan -. Selected by OemoeratJo Caucus to Succeed Cannon In Congress. Glxty-Secon- d TAFT IN ILLINOIS FEBRUARY 11 cougress. Tho caucus decided to taUo from tho speaker all power to namo committees. Intrusting Hint duty to the ways and means committee. Washington. Champ Clark of Mis souri was Thursday unanimously selected by tho caucus of tho Demo cratic mcmborti-flecas his party's candldnto for thtt speaker ot tbo d bouse of rt'prcccutiithes in tho t Sixty-secon- President Will Attend Lincoln Day Exercises at Springfield and Deliver Two Speeches. Washington. President Taft has accepted nn invitation to take part in tho exercises on Lincoln day, Febru111. ary 11, nt Springfield, On tho afternoon of that day ho will speak to thtt Illinois legislature nt a Joint cosblon, and In the evening will deliver an address on Lincoln. Driven to Street by Fires. New York. Moro than 1,000 men. women nnd children were driven from their homes, SCO persons sleeping In tho Muralhon lodging house were thrown into n panic and 300,000 damage was dono in flvu Urea In this city Tho Ideal city should be laid out with carefully selected sites" for public buildings, schools, colleges, churches, amusement halls, residential nrea. business houses, factories. Business Failures. transportation lines and pas nradtreofn letter flold: alto IlitHlncss fallumi In tho United scnger nnd freight terminals; State.i for rho week ending January docks, bridges, ferries and tuunols, when water courses cntor Into the. 19 wore 302, against n.l.t last week problem; and along with nil tho rest 273 last year, 307 In 1909, 40$ in 19t tho matter of tho distribution of parkland 252 in 1907. Judicious Uurini failures In Canada for the and pnrkwoys requiresnbovo shouldcon clderatlon. All of tho be week number .10, ngalrt 33 last wick located In such rotation to each other and 40 last year. and tho surroundings as to provide tho The Export Trade. people with tho safest, most convenl Wheat, Including flour, exitorts from ent and most satisfying nccommnda tbo United States and Canada for hr Hons and, nt tho same time, present a highly pleasing and artistic appear week ending January 19, aesrcKiit ance, 1,,.'.27,S01 buitiote, agnirwt 2.5S2,CSri l.ur week and 2,043.u7i5 last year. Vor the Tho largo parks should bo In the 2ri weeks ending Jaiurary 19, exports outskirts nnd should bo left In ns r.t aro CS.709,003 bushels, awUnst 91, ural n state as prnctlcabto with their 025,10.1 In thj corresponding iertu! native forest trees. Such paths and liJiea as nro required, lart year. with their Corn exports for the week are 2,210, bridges, resting nooks, etc., should he 772 buahcls, agalnnt 1.SS5.379 lut Judiciously treated to conform, as far week and f.8",SU In 1910. For 'he 2' ns possible, with tho natural surroundings. Tho parks throughout thi tvcvfei ending January 19 com expo.-t-n Irody of tbo city, instead of being largo aw 17,384,800 bi.Kht.hJ. ngxin- and few In number, should bo of me307 loft jear. dium slzo, plentiful, woll distributed and connected, together with numer oiw parkways of liboral width. TIiIh arrangement would glvo all parts of tbo city convenient access to tho park spaces, which, being thus arranged In Cincinnati Gram Market. n continuous system, could, when once Flour Wln'cr p.t t nta J4 Mai 01 entered, bo traversed throughout withdo family 3.20a'M' ' w g T.Oa i2 2.7.'.. spring patent ? ..r.a".7., do fam out leaving It, If desired. Charles W. lly S4.S5a5.2i). heat - No. 2 red 98ra narnsby, in Cassler's Magazine. l.2. .No. 3 red !4a9Cc. No. I Srta'Me. CoinNo. 2 white 4St..nrJe, No. 3 City Growth. whlto 47"a4Sc, No. 2 yellow 4Sa 4Si.jC, No. 3 yellow 17" jii4Se. No. 2 With the full realization ot tho sus nmeii ifcais'Sc. .No. i mixed 47",nlSc. tained movement of population toward Oats No. 2 white 3'a.l5Uc. standard tho cities, thcro must como a fresh whlto 34) n35o, No. 2 mixed 3Paa35c. sense of tho lmportanco of thu probCincinnati Live stock. lems of urban 11 fo and In Cattle .Shippers 1.3.'aC.40. butcher this country. Theso arogovernment sorteers. extra J0.10, pood to eholro cial, moral and political. economic, All phases $l.7&a5.C5, heifer, extra S5.C0iu1.75, p.ood to choice S4. cows, extra of them bcconio Intensified and oil I.S5a5, good to cholco I4.2ra4.75, gent ns tbo cities Increaso In slzo. Tho II11IU caiiners S2.30aS.15. lhdogim growing congestion In urbnn arena un1.10ari.2.1. f4.2r.a5. extra Calve- s- doubtedly Is a fuctor In tho Increased Extra J9.50, fair to good SSn9.2f, cost of living, ns Mr. Marsh, executive cft.iwnon atid larg? SlaS.50. lions secretary of tho New York committed (Jtvod to enolce packers and butcii on congestion of population, has re$SnK.(J5, mixed packers 7.90aS, cently shown. . . . Tho requirecommon to choice heavy fat sow ments ot city government nil tho tlmo iG.zsai.ijU. r.jg (no jug and Ian) S7.5r becomo moro sweeping, nnd nS.20. Kxtra I4.35a4.50, gooo sary expenditures for public tho neces Hhot7 rducntlon to thole S3.7&U4 21. Ifllnbs Kxtl-- a nnd tho public vvelfaro constantly In?C.5, yearlliiBM $4.2Ca5.25. Inter-boroug11 i:c. THE MARKETS -- Jealous Husband Slays, Rl Paso. Tex- .- Frank Itlchard of the Twenty-thirdust. Infantry band was hliol and killed in a restaurant by Htnry A i.ew rpoclea of trouble, but n kind P, Hermaur of tho Kl l'aui police Frinot wholly unexpected, Is that whieb day. Mrs. Ilcrmatir wns dining with tins befallen an aviator In lierlln. He Itlchard at tho time, It is stated. has teen arrested and his machine con flseated for taking n three miles' flight Forty Die In a Colliery Fire, aver tho city to visit a friend In u lierlln. Oriiliny. A news ill unnt nr. !opl(al. A local ordinance provide from fiosnowlce, Itusslan Poland, says (hat three days' notice shall be given that 40 miners lost their lives lu a lcforo a flight Is taken. Hut, gooC fire In tho Caslmlr colliery near that gracious! tbo friend might have beer nlaco Friday. Tbrco hundred nn.i out of tin liosirttal by that time! iltty ether escaped. One point In tin or of an av'utlo'i i.leet Is that it doC not kiek up tbo Votes to Tax the Kalter. Berlin. The relchstog Friday adopt- d nn nnivntlment to the government's unearned Increment tax bill subjecting tho German bocrclgn houses to the tax. Tho government is Ktrongly opposed to this Innovation in German constitutionalism. War Veteran 8lsyt Two. Danville, III. J. 8. Mead, an ambu lance driver, and Hobert Shult, a vet- ran at the Soldiers' home, were shot and It.lled I'rMay by Howard Tucker, .mother elcr-.- Thursday. i. Hiccoughs Kill Aged Man, flallnu, Kau. Hiccoughs caused tbs death of John Zecrs, sixty years old, nt tho county farm here Tliursuay. He became afflicted Monday and tousled Incitiaiitly null b J'i J. Cincinnati Miscellaneous. 1'oultry llenu 13c lb, spripg chick- ins 14c lb, dutks lie. turkeva 18c, ceeso 9al2c. Ilutter Cream. cry, extra 2914c. llrsta 2!e, fancy dairy ISc. Kkks I'rlmu Mists 2 14c firsts I34e. Apples Kancy 4.50a5.25 a bbl, choice S4a4.25 n bill. Carrots N. O .WiUSc dozen. Celery 20a35o dozen. Homegrown ggpiants Slai.CO a drapes- - Malaga crate. SU.50a7 n Jeg. Onions Yollow S5a90c. whlto ll.tl.10 per bu. I'lneapples S2.70a3 k crate. Potatoes Northern Ohio 38 1 ?c a bu, Michigan and homegrown ::a4i;o a hu, sweet potatoes. Jrrsnv t3.25a3.fr0 bbl. -- Turnips tlnl.10 bbl. 1 crease. and In iKilitlcnl Influtmco. The vast slgnlDunco ot a passlblo failure lu city government cannot possibly bo Ignored In America, with present ur ban tendencies prevailing In tho future ns In tho l.t.st. Unless thn rti bo governed efficiently, honoslly run) with u concern for tho common good, ull must fall and American democracy go down finally la ail nine and Ignominy. slnglo-pilndid Municipal administration in nil iiu departments must ho Invested vvltljjn-reused lmportanco In this country ns tho cities of tho land gain In bulk Janaary 26, 1911 NOTICE TO BANKERS. THE CITIZEN SURV-EYO- Page Three THE MISSISSIPPI KENTUCKY Bank Stock Mutt Be Paid Up Within Twelve Months. A Christian Burial Covernors Met to Reclamation Push Southern Plant. ELIJAH APPEARS IN ISRAEL Sniff Sciool Uimi far Fit. 5, 1911 SesJtllr AmnenJ for This Piptr j GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH tfEBT. 9 KENTUCKY'8 The State Will Owe Lett Than a Mil lion By February, Frankfort. Indttitodncwi KonttK-ky'- outHtnndlng c Urankfort. Iailtal utock of nil stato (banks In Kentucky must bo paid trp within 12 months la tho ultimatum that Secretary ot Stat Ilruncr rent out to tho bankers. Tho totter says: "You arc required to immediately comply with Section C80, Kentucky Stat-utovhlch provides that nil capital stock shall bo paid up within 12 months aflr tho bank'n organization." Another letter warns tho bankers to bowara of lotting ono Indebtedness of n slnglo Individual, company or Arm ibecomo greater than allowed by law. Attonllon lu tills Instanco Li called to Statuto C83. s, of I,600,000 In Interest-bmrinswumuitn nt tlio first of tho year will Imuo been reduced to Ices tbiin 11,000,000 before tho first of r.oit month, If Treasurer Farley can got In too Interest-bearinwarrants that hrvvo been called, llo lias paid out about (COO.OOO for Interest-bearinwnrmwte, and ba 1200,000 wore to duvoto to that purpose. Tlioro nmst bo moro InterrtJl)car- lug warrants Issued, however, as tho stato will bo hroko again by March 1. Farley both that warranto benrint; IntcroBt stamp date prior to January 1, 1911, nay possibly bo called for payment by Docoiuber 31, 1911, but that nterstbearlng warrants Itwucxl subsequent to January 1, 1911, can not bo ca9kd for payment until oftor Do- oumbflr, 1911. There will bo no money available for redeeming Interest- bcarinn warrants until Uio sheriffs, pay nch year, which is never buforo Do- comber 1. g RIFLE ASSOCIATION, Incorporation Atked ';y Men Who Have High (dealt In Mind. Frankfort Articles of Incorporation luivo been lodged with tho secretary of state for tho Kentucky State Hlflo oosoclatlon, an organization formed "to promote ami encourago tho patriotic oplrlt of tho young men of Kentucky and moro specially to encourago them In practicing the use ot tho military lido and revolver," ntul It ha tho right, under ids articles, to nnd hokl property, to bollcit lirlzeH, medals, cups and subscrlptlona ami to Iiolil mootA and tournanicnta for competition In rlflo and revolver shooting. Cot. WUlflon, menibers of tho state guard and civilians generally will bu naked to adlltato with tho association, and If propor encouraeemeat is giver It ono of Ms first Important objects wilt bo to bold a ohootlng tournament on tho rlflo rongo of the Htato mllltl.i at Orell, near I.oubvlllo, at 'which prlzos, trophies and curw will bo given for Indlvlduali, company and reglmenU at teams, clubs nnd other organizations, ami tho stato teams of all of tho Southern Statea will also bo Invited to stop at tho tournament on their way to tho national shoot at Camp l'orry, O., and participate in an champlonalilp match. Inlor-South-e- REPORT ON HOME. 3tte Inspector Says Nice Things About Loultvllle 8oclety. Statu lnsjoctor McKvn-xlIt. Todd iHaw filed with tho govern or his report of tho lnajection niado ot o- tlto Kentucky Children's Hotno orcrtaj; a period from Juno 1, li'03, to May 31, 1910. Kentucky appropriates $30,000 an nually to tho malnterancu of Uio Iiotikj at loulsvUta. In mldltlon to tie the. nvort bows that between $16,000 nasi 118,000 nnnually Is conlrll-utiby crtlzcna, tbo total Incoino bc- inr; about 146,000. Tho lrarpcotor etatos that In addition to 1,470 children received, nnd the re placing of children who bao been re turned to tho home, 2.S0O baro been cared for tiuo tho organization of the ocloty. Tlio lmxoctnr especially commends tho work In Uio aM dopartmciivt, In rinding homo among the relatives or particular friends of the parv-ufcof die children, llo cmbodlet a table In his report uhowlug tho cost ot main taining the work In Ohio and Indiana Frankfort. $30,-00d i k Memphis, Tenn. Tin governors of Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, MisBEHNKCN By HIV. W. souri nnd Tcnncssep met In Memphis TrUlf to congress Tut of HomUb,Lnlkaru Ckwnk to prepare a memorial Tmm seeking an Immcdlato appropriation to complete n preliminary survey for the taut "wet lands" of tho Mississippi Wo would ask, then, to whom alone preparatory to their reclamation. ought a Christian burial bo granted T Tho governors had been designated Our ontwor Is short and concise a as n committer or tho Mississippi Christian's burial ought to bo granted Dralnngo nnd Highway association, only to Christians nnd to no ono elto, which met In Memphis lu convention ovon If he wero the mightiest ruler list November. on earth. Is that answer not clear, plain and conclto enough? Now, let INAUGURATION OF HOOPER. us look at that matter a little otosor. When I too a funoral procestlon Tennessee Will Have First Republican composod ot heathens, beaded by Governor In Thirty Veart. hoatbon prloat, I concludo that the was a heathen. Whon I seo Nashville. On Wednesday, January Jows, headed by a rabbi, In funeral ij, nt 11 o'clock, TenncsBco Inauguratprocessions, I rightly concludo that the ed Its second Republican governor doceasod was a Jow. When a com- slnco reconstruction days. Den W. pany of mon wearing aprons or badges Hcopor took tho oath of offico In tho or other paraphernalia follow a cof historic hall of tho houso of fin. I concludo that tho deceased was where alt ot Tcnncssco's a lodge mombor. When I soo a coffin docked with tho country' flag;, by military mon, and when i seo military rues performed at tne grave, I can safely concludo that tho deceased woe a soldier. And when I seo the Christian congregation, with tholr pastor, at tho gravo and bear them sing or pray or use the word ot God, I ought to be ablo to concludo that the deceased was a Christian and dlod a Christian doath. Is that not right? Ought we not to be able to conclude that? Tos, we ought to, and years ago we could, but LsisisisisisisisLsBJ nowadaya you cannot. Almost dolly 2ssssisisbsiVes J you can see where Christian ministers officiate at the graves of open unbellovors, suicides, criminals nnd the llko. Is this not true? They are not abashed to grant such who havo died In open unbelief a Christian burial. That Is shameful! unspeakably vat-Icrepre-ocntatlve-s, ed EFFECTS I.K8SON TEXT- -1 Klntt Verne 14-- 11 CJOF.DUN TI3XT "They 11:10. TIMB-KllJ- OF STRONG DRINK 17. Memory v I'a. tont thd shall not want any good ttilnir," that Alcohol Consumed Stimulates and Ex eltet Body and Deceivet People Who Drink It. 'GO TO HIGH PLACE. Kentucky Much Interested In National Ways and Meant Committee. Frankfort. Three members of tho now Ways and Means committee c tho houso nro well known to Ken-tuctans Olllo James, Conlell Hull, o Tennosseo, ami Lincoln Dixon, of Indiana. Of Olllo James little need be told. llo Is rounding out liis eighth jenr of Horvlco In tho house, ond hai been elected for his fifth term. In thb connection it is Interesting to note that tho new chairman of tho God's word." And God also says: "Because thou committee, Hon. Oscar Underwood, of Alabama, Is a former resident of hast rejected knowlcdgo, I will also roject thee." Think ot this a moIn courpar&jrm with tho work In Ken' Louisville. ment Thoro Is a man who knows our rmcky; tho u Denary as follows: NATIONAL GUARD INSTRUCTION. church doors aro open to him, ho OUo, Kentucky. ImlUuia knows that tho ringing ot the bolls InVnmN-- r f Gov. WilUon's Plan to De Put Into vito him, but ho passes by. S.ox chlWrou... . tea xta I ask ovoryono who still has a "out of innJn- Practice. titnam-...- . 1W0.H 8I,0M.OjJ JJSO.OD.nrt spark of consclenco hi him, ought such Vvrratm ami 109 15 17.31 lil.51 arouso Intercut a man to havo a Christian burial? Frankfort. To Ihtt ctillil.. startling, and among tho officers nnd men of tbo Ought wo to opon the door to such a Tho cxxniioHAni at flrvt unnnnanabto, bitt one rcawm Kentucky National Guard, Gov. Will-so- person, who refused to on tor them for this illffcroiico 1 duo to tho fact has authorized tho adjutant gen- whon allvoT Shall wo confess that wo that In laaliann and Ohio the work is eral's office to put Into effect the fol- look forward to his resurrection Into everlasting llfo? Is that denying the doto through a multitude, ot hoiwti, lowing plan: Tho selection ot a whlki In Kuritucky It Is done from one accompanied by a faith, donylng Christ as tho only hope Instructor, Do wo not know that United Statea array sergeant, to visit ot salvation? central joint. each command In tho state for three God says, "Blessed aro the dead who In tho Lord?" Shall wo alter or TO INSTRUCT NATIONAL GUARD. nights, and to pay tho offieors nnd men died chango this? Lot us remember that n small amount to cover their exOod said: "De not deceived, God Is Krankfort.-I.le- ut. Puul D. Mnlone, penses for each Instruction. Tho comnot mocked." f tho mil Infantry, stationed at Fort pany commanders will bo allowed to It la Just this gross denial ot faith Ken- doslgnato a man to clean and caro for to Sheridan, has ungodly fit the gravos ot tho that tucky to assist In whipping tho tho arms at a rolary. causes mon to booomo Indifferent tn National (lunrd into shape. He religious matters. Christianity Is will begin work In n short time mm DELEGATE8 APPOINTED. therefore laid bare to open rldlcnto. will bo In this statu for several Gov. Wlllson has appointed as dele- Men will ask, "Why should I run to Instructing tho men and gates to tho Southern Commercial church? When I die they can easily months. ot the guard In their work. Lieut. congress, to bo held lu Atlanta, Ga. got a preacher who will bury mo tor Malono has been assigned to tho gon March 8. 9 nnd 10, 1911: Capt. George ten dollars and will preach as flno a vral BtAff la Washington and will come C. Norton, Logan C. Murray, Col. A. sermon as for those who constantly go to Kentucky during tho interval be- II. Kgan, Judge Alex. 1. Humphrey, A. to church?" . Ford, Judge William O. Dcaring. tween tho tlmo ho leaves Fort SheriDut some will say, "He will not mendan nnd tho time ho takes up lila work Gilbert S. Cowan, William A. Tlobln-sotion tho deceased at all. We do not nnd Col. Harry Wolsslnger, all ot want to have the Impression that the lit Washington. Henry L. Martin, Midway; deceased Is blessed and eternally Frankfort. Judge J. F. (lordon was Johnson N. Camden, Versailles; John saved." That makos matters worse I ho only ouo who could bo found to P. linger, Ashland; Gcorgo C. Atkln-sontill. Then they become hypocrltoa. Kurllnglon; C. U. McKlroy, Howl- Dy the faot that the deceased Is not hold court In Wolfo county. All the others wero cither busy or sick. This ing Green, L. J. Crawford, Newport; mentioned In tho prayers thoy show id tho Unit tlmo slnco tho new circuit W. II. Mackoy. Covington; D. Gray Falho Is not worthy of It s court act went Into c fleet that such coner and It. C. Stoll, 1Oxliigton. They stand there as Christian condition has existed. and yot do not daro to mention Frankfort. Traced to Ocahv, Fla., the deceased, bocauso they and everyOIL DISCOVERED ON FARM. William Dunavaut, wanted In Laurel one proaont knows that ha was not a o n oom-imtc'tccu-rdcrcd Ken-dick- y om-ccr- s n , rain-'jter- horrible. Out, thoy say, "you cannot Judge others, you cannot see Into tholr hoart whether they wero Christians or not, wbothcr thoy have died In the faith or net Ood eays: "Judgo not, that yo ho not Judged," nnd that Is what you do whon you deny thorn a Christian burial. Now, my dear friends. It Is truo that wo cannot look Into other men's hearts to see whothor they aro upright Christians or not. Hut wo do know, and that most assuredly, what kind of not Christians, namoly, those who despised tho word of God and tho sacraments and refused to mako ubo of tho means of graco and that such people aro not Christiana, wt know from tho word of God that cannot llo. Christ Bays In unmlstnkabto words: "Ho that is ot God heareth Oil has been disHhcphordsvlllo. covered on tho lands of J. II. Miller. Mr. Miller will orgnnlzo a stock com pany and boro several wolls. A well was sink near where tho oil has been found, and gas and oil were found, but tho well diillor had no casing and salt water filled the well and stopped work. county on tho chargo of misappro Christian, and that a Christian minpriating 11,000 from F. C. Jones, baa ister has no business there. been at rested. Dut they say, "Wo are preaching to the living and not the doad." What, FrankforL-r-Oo- v. Wlllson filled tho are we burying tho living? Is It not vacancy eaurcd by tho removal of tho dead to whom tho honor of a ChrisJndgo W. L. Jett, by appointing. Maj. tian burial Is glvon? And do they say Joseph M. Womack, of Ixiulsvtlle, com- that thoy want to comfort tbo survivpiler of Confederate records. Tho po- ors? How shall they comfort? If the) sition has a nalary ot $1,200 attached say tho docoasid la saved, thoy aro Ikirboiirsvllle. John drills, 26, con vtctcd murderer of William OHbonie, Franklin. Trado In inulo circles was has been taken o tho Frankfort pen! especially brisk and foreign buyer tcjitlary. He will bo brought back lu purchased 240 mules nt an average ot April to bo tried for the murder of Mru Osborne. f 190 per head. MULE MARKET BRISK. SPECIAL JUDGES NAMED. Frankfort. Cov. Wlllscm dcolgnaiU.il Judge H. J. Ut'Uuirum, ot Somerset, iiuxial jwWm of .the Vc1fo circuit court at Co mi on, and Judo T. F, lJurMuod, vt Owetwboro, f fulal Judtso r.f tho Moado clrcu'lt eonrt to (ako Ui ct Juihro Shelf, vdio t Ml. aov. appoint.! I xnsMi 13. AVlUtm ul Mi'Mt JiiMo of the lHWO in Marlon Frankfort. Gov. Wallson aias ii!- IHrfnted I. I. lllnklo polleo Judgo of was uppolutcd a Jiu Kdou. W. II. tlco ot the B'aco In Washtuigto county. Iy tK ' county. lov. Wlllion u)ou to appoint a . of I'lko couutj-- FnukfrL Dover. The Hajiiburg-Anierlcii- i t(vanuhlp IMxdeut Lincoln, Now York for Hamburg, and the Wilson Mnor Tasuo put In hcie. They wero nnd In ollisloii off Goodwin Kainl-both pteaiiKTtt HUfferwl dainagn Tho v.lll bo Lincoln's iafrstncra had u vory exult Judtw Ins experi'iiee. The collUdon was duo to n fi:g. guilty of a falsehood or If thoy spoak the truth and say tbo deceased did not die a Christian and cannot be tarod, tbon they havo aroused attorm tkomaelvos. Or of hatred against shall thoy preach ropentanco thoro? That will fall also. Aro they not officiating at tho.burUU ot an unbolleror? Will not tho peoplo say, "If what you 'tay be true, why aro you hero granting a Christian burial to an unbeliever?" Oh, my friends, lot us remember "Illessod are the dead (and only thoy) who die In the Lord." And to them alone ought a Christian burial be erantod. It they havo been hypocrltoa anl docelvod us, they will find their Judgo whom they cannot deoclvo. Dut aj for ut, may God grant us graco thnt wo may not deny tho faith nor deny tho Saviour by granting Christian burUls to ccti. as baro not died lu tho Lord. had "forsaken thy covenants, thrown down thine altars, and slain thy prophets with tho sword." A bravo, strong prophet dared to item the tide alone. And ho dared becauso ho know that God hod commanded him, and stood with him, and worked through him. It Is probable that Elijah belonged to tho northern kingdom but was living In Gllend, and that tho parents of Elijah, or Elijah himself whon a young man, had gone from Galileo to Gilead to escape tho persecutions of tho Daalltcs, and Its dangerous moral deterioration. Dearod amid exalted and solemnizing scenes, tho young prophet must havo meditated long on tbo glorious past of his country, and must havo been filled BEN W. HOOPER. with horror as tidings camo of the InGovern ir of Tennessse. troduction of rankest heathenism, of governors slow lSfin, except two, have Jezebel's abominations, tho flerco crubeen Inaugurated. Tho two exceptions elties and rcoklng licentiousness of wero Ilobcrt L. Ctaruthers, who wau Ahab's Idolatrous capital. Indignation elected during tho war but neer tool: burned within him llko tho flames ot his seat, nnd Peter Ttirney, who was Vesuvius or Martinique, till It sudowoni In in 1S32 nt his homo In Win denly burst forth upon the king and his court. chester, where he was ill. Tho word of the Lord came unto htm. In what way we do not know. FEDERAL CHURCH COUNCIL. Perhaps In the ways Ills word comes In Sessions Involve Interests of 32 Re- to us. Perhapscaso moro vivid ways. Dut In cither he became sure ligious Denominations. that It was God's word. After the an Washington. Tho Interests of 32 re- nouncement of tho famine threo and a halt years slowly passed away beligious denominations, embracing Elijah again appeared before tho ministers nnd about 16,O0n,00n fore king. Dut silent work members, aro represented In the an- years was tho essential as of theso as tho annual meeting of tho exccutlvo commit- nouncement. Council ot tho tee of tho Fedcinl Having tnken one courso of lessons, Churches of Christ of America, In ses- God sends Elijah to another school. sion here. This was best not only that Elijah The council Itself, consisting of 400 might learn other lessons, but In orof officially appointed reprcsentatl.-eder that ho might be safer. Ahah was the various denominations, holds Itn seeking everywhere for him. Dut he general meeting every fourth year, kept outside of Ahab's dominion. Evwhile the exccutlvo committee of t!0 ery town, largo or small, required In meets annually. thoso times a wall for defense. Ills President Tnft will receive tho ex- first need after his long walk through ccutlvo committee at the white house. tho famlne-strlckeland would be water. The gift of water to the thirsty Home a Shrine. Her la always regarded as a sacred duty Hoston. The announcement that In the East. Note tho wisdom of this Henry M. Daker, of Dow, N. IL, rela- way of becoming acquainted, by asktive of the late .Mary Daker Eddy, and ing a simple favor; as Christ asked executor of her estate, is to sell her fa- tho Samaritan woman for a drink from mous homo In Concord, N. II., Picas tha well. As sho was going to fetch ant View, haa created anxiety anions tho water, Elijah called to her, and the faithful students who look upon said: "Bring me a morsel of bread." the 9ioue In the Granite Slato as a This, too, was a modest request. sort of Bhrine. Kvery effort Is being This would have been selfish had made by them to prevent Its pale. not Elijah known that the meal and oil would not fall. The request was also, for the widow, an education In Go to New Fields. Vercgin, Saskatcliowan. Onward tc faith. "According to your faith bo it Drltlsh Columbia ns the lvut,bandmcn done unto you." All through the reof small fruits will ehortly ie tho com maining years of the famine, she uiand of Peter Vcregln, head ot tin would need this training, as day by Doul:hobor commune, the target t com day she cooked tho last vlslblo handmuno on earth, llrtwcen 2,000 and ful of meal, and used the last drops 3,000 will answer this command. Fif of tho .oil. She as a widow may have ty .thousand fruit trees, planted by the needed tho same faith for years to advance party, arc beginning to hear come. Tho widow's faith was still further fruit. rewarded during Elijah's stay. Ono duy her young son sickened and died. Prevalency of Hookworm. Washington. Five millions of Amer- In tho bitterness ot her grlct sho cried out upon the prophet, thinking icans have hookworm and It l spreadthat his presence had directed God's ing. This Is the fact of primary Imspecial attention to her house, and portance disclosed through tho this calamity had been sent her In of tho origin and progress of punlshmont for her sins. Thereupon tho direase of the origin and progress Elijah carried the lad to his own upof tho disease by the corps ot exerts per chamber, and ctretched himself 5In-bcr- s ot Uio ltockefeller upon him as if to Impart bis own viof tho commission say it will take tality, Imploring God for hit life. And ut IcaEt 20 ycaw to beglu to stamp Ood heard him; tho soul returned to cut the disease, the boy's body and he was delivered to his rejoicing mother, who testified For Washington Memorial. eagerly her faith In tho prophet as Now York. The ultimate, purpeso of a man of God, and her faith In the tho Gcorgo Washington Momorlal dtvlno messages ho uttered. materially was ndvaneed Elijah suffered with tho people. The when the sum of $100,000 was do reformer, the preacher, must partake natcd by a New Vork financier. This of the sufferings ot thoso .whom he gift makes euro the collection of a to- would help. Like Christ, he must be tal ot $500,000, which tho association "tempted like as wo aro, yet without has set Itself to get beforo u site for Bin." Ho must gain the victory In the tho memorial Is decided upon. Tho same kind ot battles, and learn lesdonor's name Is withheld. sons In tho came schools. He "learns that the mightiest ot EYESIGHT RESTORED. God's servants are Just as dependent upon Htm In every way as the humGlatt Lentes Subttltued For the Nat blest and weakest ot His people." ural Ones. Atl theso experiences wore preparhis great work ot re Through a most remark ing Elijah for act or guidance from Doston. Every kind, form. every strange experience a'Jlo operation, tho first ot Its unex Qod, tlio eyesight of Dr. Wllllaan Copley pectedly working out good, every Wlnslow, noted anuhaeolOBilcal histor- promise fulfilled, every prayer an ical writer and former Episcopal swered, culminating In the i ratting of has been restored. the the dead boy to life, jilaco ot tho natural lent ot the prophet a faith, ttrenguienea nis cour In eyo ho now his a glass lov, which age for the time when be must "beard performs the functions ot tho natural the lion In his den," and arouse a lona that the surgeons removed. whole people to new life. 100,-000 s n lnvcs-tjgatlon comn-.lssiomln-liOc- ah lived during the relicns of 1. Every worklngman Is bound to hab In Iirael. tnd Jehossnlint In Jud.iti, (or consider what Is best as food for himml their tucctsnora O. C. Anayrlan, family. If ho falls to do 1'I.ACK Various places In the kingdom self and his of Israel. Ito probably first met Ahnb this, ho may spend his wagos upon arIn Bumarla lila capital. Cherlth was a ticles ot llttlo uso In building up brook In a ravine, nowlnir Into the Jor strong, healthy bodies, nnd so prac dan on tlia Kant. Zarnpath waa a town tically wasto hts hard earned money; a In Phenlcla between Tyre and Blilon, says Temperance. A groat many on tha Mtdlterranean. worklngmen only earn a baro living It wan a dark day for Israel when wago; whllo many more only get sufJezebel "sot herself, with her hus ficient to llvo decently with no room band's tacit connivance, to extlrpato for extra expenses of any kind; and tho religion of Jehovah from tho land only a small numbo;' obtain money alof Israel, and to substltuto In Its place lowing of enjoyment ot luxuries. So open and avowed paganism tlio wor the strictest economy Is necossary In ship of Asbtoreth and of Daal. Splen- spending wages. 2. Now the average amount spent did shrines wero built, especially one of vast slzo In the capital; and the upon Intoxicating liquors by each man, rites and ceremonies of the now cult woman and child lu tho United State wore exhibited on a grand scale, with la something over $23 per year. 01 sensuous accompaniments of all kinds course, this turn Includes what drunk music, statuary, processions of robed nrds spend, as well at what m paid bfl priests, victims, Incense, bands of fa- sober folks. Perhaps the amount spent natics worked up to frenzy by relig- In this way by n good many would btf ious excitement, and the like." They loss than fifty cents per week. StllU Ba-port- Is very Important that what If bought should be really helpful. U the worklngman is wasting his wages) on alcohollo drinks, when It ought to bo spent on food, or clothing, or othett useful objects, then both tho man andt his family are not getting tho full advantage from his earnings, and health! and comfort will suffer. 3. When a gallon of beer Is split ua Into Its several parts, 86 parts orei found to bo water, 7 parts alcohol and! 7 parts solid matter. Tho nutriment depends upon tho solids, but only ot these aro food, tho rest la wasto. To got half a pint ot nourish ment a man must drink 101 gallons ot beer. This Is llko eating a sack ot chaff to get a grain of wheat. The famous Doctor Lleblg said If you drop the point of a knife Into flour, tha quantity you obtain represents as much nourishment as you get In ov quart of nle. In wines tho proportional aro: Water 78, alcohol 18, solids 4. Spirits are simply alcohol (EO), and! water (GO). This, then, Is what set- enco tells us. It Is evidence that every: chemist Is bound to give, and it shows that intoxicating drinks can do noth- ng to mnke flesh or bone, musclo or nervo, for they do not contain the; necessary food. They are usoless; therefore, to tho 4. Intoxicating drinks aro really mado for tho sako of Uio alcohol they contain. This dangerous drug has a powerful effect upon the body. It stimulates and excites It, nnd so people that they fancy thoy nrei hotter for Its use, whon It Is actually, destroying them. No man In health; needs stimulation. A stimulant Is llko a whip to a horse. Alcohol may bo a good medlctno In tho hands ot a doo- tor, but it Is not food, and It is a dan gerous article In common use, often, leading to disease, Intomporanco anit can afother evils. No worklng-mnford to tamper with nlcoholieTdrlnlis. E. Experience proven what science) teaches. When doctors have tested alcohol on equal sets of men engaged in hard work against tlmo. amongst sections hands on tho railroad, la forced marches and long campaign amongst soldiers, In the exhausting labor ot foundries and forges, and In the hard training ot athletes, abstinence from Intoxicating drinks Is always found the best. It Is tbo natural result. These drinks cannot strengthen. No matter how a man feels under; their Influence, he la surely losing and not gaining energy. What folly II Is tbon for our American peoplo to spend 12,106,476,850 yearly on alcohol- It six-tent- hs wago-earnor- ic They are largely drunk for pleasure, but even If auch pleasure wore right, the amount spent Is vory excessive, and is the cause ot much drunkenness and wrong. Even the makers) and sellers of these drinks admit that many millions aro watted oa Intemper6. drlnts. ate drinking. As a matter of fact, tha monoy spent per week by the average worklngman Is almost, If not quite, a. useless expenditure, and take from his earnings what la wanted for other to properly feed and clothe purposes tho family, to givo it tho comforts of home, or to provide against tbo time) ot sickness and old age. It does not then pay tho worklngslan to use In toxicating drinks. Such, a practice la an economic waste, arid, tells against his efficiency as a worker,' and against ot his family. the well-bein- g Rumaellera In PoMtlct. Men may bo drinkers without being content that tbo laws shall b made for them by tbo dealers In rum. Indeed, It strikes most men as a humiliation that In politics, especially lu the cities, the liquor denlor is con-- , sldered as an Important factor, anl the Liquor Dealers' association receives moro attention and courtesy and favor than any other class or eleThe ten ment In tho community. dency In tbla baa been to place In Innumorablo positions of publlo trust, which have been generally most unworthily and viciously filled by them. New York Press. rum-tellers Incre; Liquor In Pott Offices. The postmaster general of England, has intimated to the royal commission on the licensing laws, that be Is opposed to tbo setting up of post offices In licensed prtmlsos or to putting la charge anyoue connected with the liquor trade. Jl );t Four. THE CITIZEN. Mrs. Margaret B. Tnylor nnd son, Edwin, of Orcenvlllo, South Cnrolln.i, aro visiting Air. nnd Mrs. lRwnrd H. Tnylor. F. O. CInrk, JnH. Fnrmer ntid Jcsso Halrd entertained Iho I'lil Delta Ixo. Gilllgnn, Scwcll Combs nnd A. I). Todd nt supper nt lloonn Tavern last Friday night beforo tha dobato, Mrs. W. J. Ilryan of has coma to Boron to tlo daughter In school. ing nt Boono Tavern. Miss Corwln led tho January 26, FOR YOUR 19 n. Groceries and Candles GO TO MID-WINTE- R TATUM'S .... 3 lbs 4 lbs. 3 lbs. CLEARANCE SALE January 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, Ashland, Ky., plnco her lit They nro liv- V. W. C. A., Sunday night, with the subject, "What February 1 uin I going to be?" Tho attendance grows largor each week. Prunes 25c Dried Apples - - 25c Dried Peaches, best 25c G liars Soap 25c Fells Napthta, Ideal, Clcnncasy. Ivory. Lenox und Delphinc, 3 for 10c Navy Beans 5c per pound Colored Beans, 3jc per pound Idcnl Patent Flour - - 65c 65c Fairy Patent .... ... COYLE'S DRY GOODS STORE You pay less or get more o o o o 0O000000000000S)000000O000OO Berea and Vicinity. GATHERED FROM A VAR'ETY OF SOURCES o o BUGGIES QUANTITY R. H. CHRISMAN Funeral Director and 10 m bnl in I mi A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies Day SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. Nldlit IMionc 2G m 4G. - QUALITY - EQUALITY DR. BEST, DENTIST CITV rilONK 1M OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE ' DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Richmond, Ky. Phone 505 L. & N. TIME TABLE North Bound Local G:3U a. m. 11:00 p. m. Knoxvlllo BEREA 1:29 p. m. 3:57 a. m. 6:10 p. m. 7:45 a. xu Cincinnati South Bound Local 6:40 a. m. 8:25 p. m Cincinnati 11:59 a. ra. 12:29 p. in. BEREA Knoxvlllo 6:50 a. m. 7:00 p. m. Express Trains. off and take on passengers from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 8:16 a. m. Cincinnati BEREA 11:44 a. m. North Bound Stop to let ' BEREA Cincinnati 4:56 p. m. 8:35 p. m. ' Sir. Roy C. Jackson and Miss Margaret Spenco of Lcroy, 111., wero married on January 19, at tho home of Rov. Spouts of Leroy. Tho groom Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jackson of Berea and will bo remembered by many as an old student hero. The brldo is tho only daughter of a pro- rainont farmer of Leroy. Allon Powell has gone to Estill Ccunty on business. Joo Parsons and Geo. Lalnhart woro in Berea, Saturday, and returned to Alcorn, Sunday. S. R. Ballard of Valley View passed through here, Saturday, onroute to Clovor Bottom. Rev. Nowton Taylor and family havo left Berea and will livo on u farm In Estill County. W. J. Blanton has purchased a tract of land from G. O. Gentry In Whlpporwill Hollow. Mrs. Llzzlo McQuln of Campton, Ky., has been vlBltlng for tho past week with hor mother, Mrs. T. Combs. Miss Mlnnio Jones who spent a week with frionds in town left, Monday, for her homo in Dayton, O. Rov. and Mrs. Wllks aro the proud paronts of a little son who came to their homo last weok. Mrs. A. P. Smith, tho wife of Rov. Smith who has boen assisting at the Roscoo Martin who was In school two years ago Is now working in llio A Carload of Banner Buggies Welch's Government forest in California. His postoftico address is Glenvdle, Col. Mr. George Shockloy writes lrom Anything you want in Carts, Buggies and SurPaso Ilobles, California, "Times nro getting very dull in California owing reys can now be had at a reasonable price. to tho dry weather. We havo had only Wa absolutely guarantee the Full Wrought ono Inch of rain since last March Hickory gear, the indestructible and things nro getting very dry. Wo usually expect to gut rain by tho body and the well made wheels, and with this first of December and if it does not guarantee goes the high class finish only como by thn't time people get scared and expect a dry season. Ernest and known to our line of buggies. Ethel arc In High School at Sail Joso ISO miles north of here and both getting along nicely in school." Try One and We Will Show You On Jan. 20 at 3 p. m., Mr. Gra-i- t Whltaker of Welchburg, Jackcon Co., and Miss Martha Short of this city wero united in marriage at tho homo of tho bride's parents, Mr. nnd .Mrs. A. J. Short, on Chestnut Street, tho Rev. Isaiah Cliue, pastor of' the M. E. church, officiating. Prof. James Watt Ralno Is the preacher for next Sunday night at Mr. J. W. Harris, President nnd Earl Clark who was In school a tho College Chapel. Ills sermon last Sunday on "What it means to bo a fow years ago Is Principal of tho General Manager of Tho Peerless Christian" was addressed especially school nt Blackburn, Oklahoma. Ho Special Sales Co., of Louisville, jiald to the young peoplo who started tho writes that Edward Whltt, n graduate, this office a business call this week. Christian life In tho recent meetings. jfrom tho Normal, June. '09, Is nl.o Miss Josephlno A. Robinson was On Sunday afternoon a baptismal leaching in tho samo county. visited last woek hy her sister-in-laservico was held in the College ChapJames Combs has received an ap .Mrs. Elinor C. Robinson of Urbana, 111. el. Prof.- Ralnc. gavo a short lmpres-slv- o pointment in the M. E. Church nt talk beforo tho twenty-on- o stuKings Mountain, Kentucky, nnd left Boyce, who has Mr. Aloxander dents were baptized by tho Rev. How- Thursday. chargo of a school for boys In Pleas ard Hudson. ant Hill, Tenn., Is hero on business. Tho friends of Miss Jean Cameron Mr. C. A. Carmack of Bristol, Ho Is also renewing his acquaintance will bo interested to know that she Tenn., visited his sisters, tho Mls's with old friends. Mr. Boyco married left Detroit last Saturday and will Little, last Tuesday. Miss Salllo Waldron, n graduate of sail from New York on February 4th A Joint meeting of tho Federated Berea in 1904. They spent tho sumfor a Mediterranean trip. Women's Clubs was held nt tho honu mer of 1909 here. Miss Alma E. Doerlng, missionary of Mrs. Cornelius, Wednesday niter-nooMrs. S. M. Wallace of Richmond in British East Africa, who Is visitJan. 19th. Mrs. Frost spoke ing her friend, Mrs. Cornelius, spoke very Interestingly on, "In Days of was hero on business this week. at tho Woman's Missionary Society Castlos and Cathedrals." Dr. Best entertained at Boono Tavon Wednesday last and at tho C. E. After tho nddress refreshments ern, Saturday night, W. L. Collins, at tho Union church on Sunday night-Th- wero served, and some time spent In Geo. Lampo, Jno. Flancry, Lester Hill, receptions in the Men's dormian Informal social manner. There was Dwlght Scoles nnd Henry Lcngfell-nc- r, tories aro to tako place next Satur- a good attendance from both clubs. tho A. Z. Debaters nnd team. day aftornooon. Prof. Ralno talked to an audience at Banner Tho lecture on Turkey given ly Mr. M. K. Dyer of Detroit, Mich., ut tho chapel, Tuesday night, was very Interesting. Mr. Dyer gavo u good description of his country geographif cally, told of tho tho Christians, tho growth nf New of Turkey, nnd of many customs tho land. Ho had several young peoIn oriental wedding plo costumed garments and enacted wedding scene. perM-cutlons But two speakers remained, Collin, for tho negative nnd Combs for tho ntflrmntlvo, In rebuttal; uud ctubM, as bWoro, easily hnd the bet-- i up effectively the i of It, gumming argument! presented by his side, and without memoranda or note, dellver-t- i in R.ic'Hlon crushing blows to each of tho contentions of his opponents. PHI DELTA WINS AGAIN IContitiunl (rum I'irtt 1'r) WELCH'S w, - n, Diipporters, failed to answer tho ques tion satisfactorily to his friends. H mado a bravo hIhiw and had n good deal of dash and fire but ho raththo question mark. er One got tho Impressjon that ho realized that his gun was loadfd with bird shot while ho was face to fnco with an elophant. And then enmo Todd, not an orator but a pleasant nnd forceful taking up tho argument outlined by Gllllgan. An apparent lapse of momory on his part sent a shudder thru tho ranks of his friends and gavo pro in I so of ndvnntagu to his opponents. Lampo followed and scored for tho negatlvo in an address that was considered by some as good ns any of tho evening, and with him the hopes of Alpha Zetn reached tho high water mark; as, on tho npx-aa n co of Combs, confident, assured of his ground, and with faith in tho lightness of his position, easily nnd gracefully passing beyond the limits of his set spoech to meet tho contention of his opponents, Lampo wns Khcwn to havo mndo tho worso tho better reason. Flanery followed but lost on n funblo at tho beginning. It wns only whoa ho reached his BQt sjieech that ho got safely on his feet. But even then ho wns not nblo to inspire the negative with much hope. roa-sciinp-Iie- ar Wasn't it a great debate? The Jji'f es thought so, and they wero divided ns to Iho honors two for In Delta; ono for Alpha Zeta. I 'lit Delta, will have something to do next year. 1 oldTiblTfound Kentucky. Jan. 25, 1911. Replylug to request In Tho Citizen for Information regarding old Bibles, will say that I havo found a Blbto and concordance published In 1CCI. It Is In a flno stato of preservation, pnxr nnd print good nnd nil leaves In place. Thero Is nn old print near Berea, also GerMt. Vernon, German-Lutheran man. J. FOR Yours, W. VanWInkle. SALE Law Library, a 3 year old Haxhall fllloy, broken to nutos, and motors, driving wagon nnd saddle, hay binder and 2000 ft. of pine, oak and poplar lumber. Mrs. Chas. L. Hanson. PUBLIC SALE Wednesday, February 35th, corn planter, ono corn planter, Bprlng wngon, surrey, binder, disc harrow, "A' bar-rocano mill and evaporator, good horse, milk cow giving milk, turning plows and double shovels, corn and fodder. T. P. Wyatt, Berea, Ky. On ono two-horBone-hor- se w, protracted meeting at tho M. E. church, after spending a fow days at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Bort Coddlngton left last week for her health. homo at Beiieyuo, Ky. which filled tho Upper Chapel, tho members of tho King's Regiment, on last Wednesday night. Tho practical sldo of tho instruc-- I tion given tho girls in Miss Morrow's Homo Scienco Courso was well illus trated on Monday, when, after a on tho different cuts of meat, Miss Merrow took tho class to tho meat market and Sir. Roberts showed thoso cuts. Thoso who had heard Colonel Bain beforo and thoso who wero hearing him for tho first time, wero allko attentive listonors to him last Saturday as bo made- a strong plea to tho young men for total abstinence. A goodly number signed tho pledgo at tho completion of the lecture. Mr. Simpson McGuiro, who has ban ill In tho hospital at Richmond, returned homo Sunday, unimproved In lec-tu- ro THE. Jhnciican SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! OUR STORE IS THE PLACE TO BUY THEM !5 l. 2. 3. Why? Because we have the largest Stock in Berea to select from. Because our Stock is all New. Because we have the kind for Men, Women and Children, that have the repu tation of Wearing good and looking NICE and IT ol Gil FOR WOMEN FOR MEN E. THE Bargain Day 2:00 p. m. SATURDAY JAN. 28 MRS. EARLY Mr. Urtnbton and Miss Etta Low is mado a flying trip to Richmond thin week. Tho Union meeting of tho Christian Endeavor is to bo at tho Dap- Church at 3:30, Sunday, Jan. 23. Prof, and Mrs. Dodgo entertained Misses Raymond, Evans, Murray and Wales at dlnnor on Monday night-Miss Catherine VnnAkln, tho extension secretary of tho Y. W. C. A. In Dotrolt, Mich., who was In Berea for about two weeks, returned- homo last week. I at Rov. J. P. Blcknell preached the Glades, Sunday morning. Shoes American Gentleman Shoes Walk-Ove- r Kuppendorf-Detma- n Shoes tfmeaican American Lady Shoes FOR CHILDREN Buster Brown Shoes ,tst I Come in and let us show you. Main St. RHODUS HAYES THE QUALITY STORE Berea, Ky January 26, 191 1. THE CITIZEN. Pace Five. To The U NEWLY-WED- S Old Folks and Young Folks, Beginners Here is your oppportunity to stnrt housekeeping or to keep on keeping house. H During the month of January, 1911, 1 will refund railroad fare or livery" hire, not to exceed fifty miles, to anyone who ccrr.es to rry 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. 1 furthermore promise and guarantee that I will furnish your outfit frcm a stock and lower price combined than you can find anywhere on a radius larger 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 c'arefare to pay, a premium which shall equal an average refund. TI 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 WONDERS NEVER CEASE Bob Engle is Selling More Goods than Ever No Wonder 2 Cakes Soap 5c. All Calicos 5c. 50c. Work Shirts 35 cents. $10, $15 Suits Clothes $8, $9. ! 25c. Coffee 15c. 20 lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.00 Meal 30 cents. Best Patent Flour 65 cents. Overcoats $2.50 to $7. 1000 Pairs Shoes 50c. to $1.50. Men's Socks 5 cents. 1st Reason Only Two Reasons can exist why" Best Goods You should Trade at Engles, 2nd Reason For the Least Money Everybody is trading at BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE. real author wished to conceal Ms namo cither for self protection or to onsuro tho work a more favorablo at tho hands of tho king. Real Translator Authority has fixed upon John Rogers as tho real Thomas Matthew. This noted scholar and reformer was In born about 1C00 In Birmingham ENGLE'S Ulan scholars and ot William Tin- -' dalo In particular for ho had dld with tho prayer on his lips, "God opon tho eyes of tho King." Its sanc-- I tlon seems almost to hivo surpassed tho expectation of Rogers himself is ho timidly published tho book under an assumed namo and at a placo which wo do not certainly know. How Procured From letters which exist of tin correspondence between Thomas Cromwell, tho minister of Henry VIII, and Thomas Cranmer, tho Archbishop of Canterbury, wo learn how tills great advnnco was brought about. In a letter accompanying a copy of the Ulblo Cranmer commends .the Dlble as "very well done" and the translation as "better than any herc-- ti foro made." Ho suggests to Crom-wr- il that slnco tho book Is Cf to tho King ho should show It to Phone 60, Berea, Ky It contained tho Psalter of Covcrdalo which was tho most original and tho most permanent part of hjs work. Hesldo this it contained other books of tho Old Testament supposed to w havo been translated from tho by Tlndalo and not previously printed. Tho apocrypha was Included as translated, by Rogers himself. He-bro- 26 PHONE: day, 46 night 1R. lb. Gbnsman "THE FURNITURE MAN" BEREA, KY. PRIZEJFOR BRECK Mr. 1). II. Ureck, our well knowi and popular Inimr.uicu man, received this wook a handsome clock, which was awarded him by tho Mussachu-cutMutunl Llfo Insurance Co., iih ho prliu for writing more InBurunoe In tho your 1910 than any of Its In thU btnte. Tho cluck Is iv very handsomo and uxpenslvo pivo ot work, and Is a welcomo addition Jo Mr. Hreck's homo. Ills (rlcnds nrj proud of his record In his field, in i'htch ho Is unsurpassed, Ho alvt has tho largest Klro Insurance busiy ness In this part of tho state. U Ken-luck- tho northern part of England. After ho be his education In Cambridge came a rector of tho church In Uon-- I don. His sympathies with tho re-- 1 form party led to his removal from Fourth Articl- e- Matthew's Bible John Rogers the Real Trasnlator-Fir- st England and ho served for a time English Bible to have the King's Sanction Rogers a as chaplain to tho English merchants Martyr and an Ancestor of Berea's John A. Rogers. at Antwerp In Ilclglum. It was dur ing his residence there that ho beBy Prof. James R. Robertson came a friend and nssoclato of WilDlblo was authorized because, across liam Tlndalo First Authorized Dibit and Miles Coverdalc Kach ot tho Kngllsh Ulbles, as they to tltlo pago. woro printed In red and renounced his allegiance to tho camo into existence, ono alter tho letters tho words "Set forth with tho church of Homo. There Is evidence other, markf somo step In advance. Klngo's most gracyous lycense." that ho preached for a whllo In a j ' Description Tho Matthew Dlblo was a lnrgo folio having a pago of print twclvo inches by six and was Illustrated with over eighty wood cuts. Besldo tho text there was a lnrgo amount ot explanatory material. Thero was a History of the English Bible ' j Register. CROWDED A OUT number of good things were ven crowded out again this week our Health Article had to go. Hut there Is plenty left. Let uu hear about tho Old Ulbles, The Straw Vote. Another good thing about politics Is that n man can always find a straw voto to Indicate exactly what ho wants j j $50.00 Pink Salmon Tomatoes Corn Hominy Peas Apples 2 2 2 2 2 To anyone1 in Herea or vicinity who hasn't saved money by buying their supplies at WELCH'S. You can't help it if you trade there, for you "Save the Difference" on everything. Here's a fair sample and a gentle reminder: for for for for for ioc Shredded Wheat 15c Cream of Wheat 2 for 25c 2 for 25c 2 for 25c 2 for 25c 2 for 25c 2 for 25c REWARD Navy Beans Colored Beans Lenox Soap Naphtha Soap Ivory Soap Meal, (45 lb. to bu. 5c per lb. 3c per lb. for ioc 6 for 25c 6 for 25c 60c bu. Post Toasties (large) :5c Ralstons 15c 15c 15c Evaporated Apples 3 pkg., 25c Fancy Muir Peaches ioc per lb. " oyiup 30c per gai. Indicated. The Heart Mutt Be In It. Saadl Obedience Is not truly by tho body of him whoso , Grape Nuts Puffed Rice . . 6sc Gold Medal Flour Columbia Flour 65c Eldean and Marguerite Flour 65c heart Is d.ssatlslled. j Undertaking, Buggies, Stoves, Hardware, Wall Paper, Carpets, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, "Studebaker" and "Old Hickory" Wagons, Wire Fencing, Doors, Windows, 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, The Square Deal Store $ .65 Best Patent Flour 60 Meal, per bu 65 Potatoes, ner bu protestant church In Wittenberg, Ger- henry VIII and obtain his llcenso f can salmon and 2 cans apples .25 Tho WIcllt Dlblo was tho first In tho Its Title many, whero Luther had taught. Jn msslhlo "that tho samo may bo sold was English tonguo, tho Tlndalo Ulblo Any 3 of the following 10c Tho tltlo of this famous Ulblo reads, tho reign of Edward VI, tho successor and road of every person without Uio first to bo translated from tho d danger of any net or proclamation or 24 Is all tho Holy to Henry VIII, ho returned to goods for o "Tho Dyblo whych original Ilebrow and Greek, tho Macaroni, jell-o- , dates and peanut and was honored. Uut upon tho ordinnnco heretofore granted to tho Scripture; In whych aro contayncd completo DlUlblo was tho first 1 Cover-dalEng-lm- WELCH'S 3 Engbeenmo tho first martyr In tho boxes of evaporated apples list must bo placed tho Matthew Dl- ly and purely translated Into list of victims In that period of perlish by Thomas Matthew." 25 blo of 1537, first to bo clearly authoror Peaches secution. King of England. It is Assumed Name For other prices equally as good, ized by tho tho King was willing . gcnora'lly supposed that there King's Sanction A Surprise thought that It is i call in person on to bavo tho Covcrdalo Dlblo go among jWas no Thomas Matthew at all but Tho sanction ot tho King was a I n MRS. SALLIE FOWLER. tho peoplo but wo know that Matthew's tho namo was assumed becauso tho al realization of tho wish ot all Chris- - butter. blo in printed form. Fourth in tho tho Oldo and Nowo Testamento tru- accession ot Dloody Alary in 1C53 Uo long THE CITIZEN'S contrary." This was to hold until tho bishops themselves should put out a better translation which Cranmer dryly says "will not bo until a day after doomsday." Other Translations Combined Tho Matthew Ulblo was not a now translation but It put together tho Business Wisdom. best ot what had gono boforo. It conIf I wore a shopkeopor, I would detained tho New Testament of Tln- vote myself to making my shop a dalo and tho first flvo books ot tho placo to which peoplo would bo only Old Testament of tho samo author. too delighted to go. Sir Uufus Isancs. calendar for eighteen years; an exhortation to tho study of the Holy Scripture, signed with Rogers' initials; a copious running commentary in tho form of sldo notes; a dedication to tho King; a tablo of tho principal points in tho book; a kind of concordance, and a summary of tho contents with a "brief rehearsal cf tho years passed since tho begynnyngo ot tho world." Tho subject matter ot tho Ulblo was not divided Into verses but only Into chapters and paragraphs. Tho lattor were lettered A. D. C. etc., In tho margin. This served tho purpose ot reference. Not Acceptable to Church DlTho existence ot tho Matthew blo liko that of Covcrdalo was short. to Only 1,500 copies aro supposed j bavo been sold and theso passed quickly out of sight. Tho nioro it known tho more clearly was it scon to be tho forbidden text of Tin-daunder another name. It Is true Rogers had softened many expressions j that had given offense, ho had cor- rcctcd somo wrong translations hut still tho clergy of tho old church opposed It. Tho notes on tho mar-'gi- n woro often extremely plain in their opposition to the pope. For ex-- j ample, In a noto on tho passage 'whoro Christ says to Peter "I will gtvo tho koys of tho Kingdom ot . Heaven," It is said, "theso words were as well spoken to all tho Apostles as to Peter." Special Interest to Bereans To tho Uerea Community and tho readers ot tho Citizen this Blblo should bo of special Interest slnco Its author John Rogers was an ancestor of tho John A. Rogors who had to do do wltli tho beginning of Uerea College and Impressed somo of the personality or his heroic ancestor upon a Kentucky community. io le n i 1 BARGAIN SUBSCRIPTION OFFER One Day Only January 30, 1911 We are pleased to announce a Bargain Subscription Day offer. We have arranged with the LouisvillcHerald to set aside one day and to make special price, whereby we can offer The Citizkn and their paper for less than the regular price of their paper. Many of our readers take a daily paper as well ns ours in order to keep fully abreast of the news of the world, those who do not should do so. ' There is no better daily paper, at any price, to be had in the State of Kentucky, than The Louisville Daily Herald. It ts under a new manager and ns good as it has always been; it is better today than ever. It has as good local news service as any daily paper in the State. It has Associated Press telegraphic news of the world, and an independent editorial page, always fair and interesting even to those who differ politically from the editorial opinion. The regulnr price of the Daily Herald is S3 a year by mail, and the regular price of our paper is Si a year by mail. By a special arrangement we arc able to make the splendid offer of PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for hides, furs, butter, eggs and chickens Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets. U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. THE FLOUR THAT MOTHER USED couldn't begin to compare with ISAACS' Flour. We'll not say it makes bread like mother made for it makes a whole lot better. Try a sack and even the most critical husband will have nothing to say about mother and her baking. He will eat your bread and thank his stars he is married to such a fine baker. Made by The Louisville Daily Herald, Regular Price $3.00 a Year Total $4.00 THE CITIZEN. Regular Price $1.00. BOTH FOR $2.75 If subscription is received at Tin Citizen office not later than January 30, 1911. Positively no subscription will, be accepted at less than the regular price if received in envelope postmarked later than January 30th. Send U. S. or express money order, bank draft or currency in registered letter. Subscriptions for either paper may be new or renewal, and will date one year from January 30, 191 1, or one year from the date at which present subscription expires. If you have paid up your subscriptions for our paper, you may send $2 for subscription to The Herald alone. Address, Editor, The Citizen, Berea, Kentucky. BEREA ROLLER MILLS ANDREW ISAACS, Prop. Berea, Page Six THE CITIZEN mines, ne January 26, 1911 r Refilling his pips and leaving a trail mi rccrowncd wltn circlet of gold. Tint the girl! If iba of smoko behind him he set out boldly was tho king's wlfo why had her eyes for St James. When ho camo to Uie called to him for help? threo graves ho stopped, remember Tho question crowded Nathaniel's Ing that Obndjah had said they wore brain with n hundred thrilling pic his graves. A sort of grim horror betures, with a shudder ho thought ot gan to stir at his soul as ho gated on the terrible power tho Mormon king tho grass-growmounds proofs that held not only over his own pcoplo but tho old councilor would Inherit a placo over tho fJentllos of tho mainlands as In tho Mormon heaven, having oboyed well. With theso malnlandcrs, ho re- tho injunctions of his prophot on garded Dearer Island as a nest ot earth. Nathaniel now understood tho ptrates and murderers. IIo know of meaning ot bis words ot tho night be the depredations of Strang and his fore. This was the family burying pcoplo among tho fishermen and sot ground of tho old councilor. On the other hand, nn n banker there tiers, of tho piratical expeditions of nre, to bo suro, great responsibilities, Ho walked on, trying In vain to conhis armed boats, of tho dreaded raids centrate his mind solely upon tha but very great nnd bonornbto opporof his sheriffs, and of tho crimes that business that was ahead of him. A tunities. As a banker I should bo freo mado the women of (ho shores tremble few days before ho would haro count Daniel tamont's Story of How Fred-- , as spionuiii a record as goromor ns from tho annoyances, vexations and and turn whlto at tho mere mention ot ed this walk to St James ono ot tha erlo P. Olcott Rejected Opportuyou haro as comptroller tho eyes ot uncertainties ot a political career, nnd By his name. events of bis life. Now It had lost Its nity That Later Made Orovar tho nation will bo upon you, nnd no surely bo ablo to gain a cotnfortnbltt JAMES Was It posslblo that this girl fascination. Despite his efforts to de man can say what will then follow In competenco for mysolf and my family Cleveland President. OLIVER Captain Plum did not let himself stroy tho vision of tho beautiful face as long as I llro. I will turn my back) your political fortunes.' CURWOOD finish tho thought With a powerful that had looked at blm through the upon politics.' y Whon Danlol 8. Lamont, prlrato "About this tlmo," continued Mr. onort he brought himself back to his king's window Its memory still haunt "That Is Just what he did and; to Governor Clovoland, private Lamont, "thoro was abundant eviown business on the Island, smoked ed him. The eyes, soft with appeal; secretary to Prealdont Cloroland. and dence that the Republican party In you know Iho rest Frederic P. 01- -' another pipe, and undressed. Ho went tho red mouth, quivering, and with cott, four years after leaving tho to bed with tho withered lilacs on the lips parted as If about to speak to ono of tho tatter's secretaries ot war, tho stato was to undergo most serious comptroller's office, reached tho presitold mo this anocdoto ho prefaced It factional disturbances during tho next tablo closo besldo him. Ho fell asleep him; tho bowed head with dency of a trust company and made Its turn IlhitriUdu by Miibsi C. Kettser with their scent In his nostrils. When bled glory or hair all bad burned with tho etatoment: "1 want to tell fow years. The sores mado by aor-or- that the greatest Institution of Its yon how a man you know might have old rows had not yet healed; he awoko they were gone. IIo started themselves upon his soul In a picture kind In tho country. 'Dan' Manning been president bad he not deliberatethere was an elomont In up In astonishment when ho saw what too deep to bo eradicated. If St ly and with his eyes open ohoson an that was planning to bring tho party was chairman of tho Democratic stnto (Cowrlghi IMS by Oo.) had taken their place. Obadlah had James was Interesting now It was about tho committee, helped greatly to bring be other path. nomination of Grant for president tho visited him while he slept Tho tablo cause that face was a port ot It be 8YNOP8I3. "This man," pursued Mr. Lamont, following year, and there was an cle- about tho olecllonof Ororor Cfovolani was spread with a whlto cloth nnd cause goromor In 1882, nnd tho rory secret of Its llfo, ot tbe then of tho Northern ment equally dotormlned to preront ns upon It was his breakfast, a pot of misery the It had that samo year that Mr. Olcott becamo a confessed to him, Pacific railroad, "was comptroller of that nomination. Captain Nathaniel rium of the sloop coffeo still steaming, Tho comptroller, and tho wholo was hidden somowhero down there Typhoon. lands secretly on Heaver Inthe stato of Now York from January shrewd political observer that ho was, trust company president tho political land. Lake Michigan, stronghold, of the of a cold baked fowl. Near by, upon among its scattered log homos. Mormon, uoadiah I'ncc, an eccontrlo n chair, was a basin of water, soap 1. 1377, to i, 1879. As must havo realized that 'Dan' Man- astuteness ot his old friend, 'Dan' old man and councilor of the Mormons, Slowly ho mado bis way down the comptroller Norombcr groat popular Manning, did wondora In securing tlm gained he ning was not talking without a full who hai been rprins; on him, suddenlr nnd a towel. Nathaniel rolled from presidential nomination confront lilm end tells Mm lio Is cipcct- - bis bed with a healthy laugh of pleas- slope In tho direction ot Strang's cas ity throughout tho stato, and tho high weighing of the situation; ho must Democratlo a. 1'ium insists no nas goi mo wroni tho tower of which, surmounted est respect of business and financial hare realized the political possibilities for Governor Cloveland. ure. Tho councilor was nt least a tlo, Its great man. Prtco Ignores Ms protestations nn "Personally," concluded Mr. lamont. beacon, glistened In tho men generally, becauso ot tho efficien bargains for the ammunition on board courteous host, and his liking for the by lay morning sun. He would And Strang cy and colorlty with which ho carried that fully before him, rspoctally as ho "I hnro always hollared that Mr. Olthe Kloop. He binds Nat by a solemn oath was nwaro of tho plan of Mancurious old man promptly Increased. there. And there would to deliver a packaco to Franklin fierce, be ono chance on tho work of his department pienldent of the United States, Ha agree Thcro was a sheet of paper on his so ning and others to work for his nomi- cott might havo been president In in a thousand ot seeing tho girl if (o show rium the Mormon 1881 had town, St. plate upon brilliant. Indeed, were this man's sorv nation as governor In 1882. Yet the banking Inho not decided to turn to which Obadlah had scrib James, rium sees ttut frtshtcned face Obadlah had spoken the truth. As be Ices as comptroller 1373. And 'Dan' Manning of a young woman tn the darknoss near bled the following words: that a flattering comptroller reasoned In this way: was passed down bo met mon and bora offer was mado to him to go back Into of.thn snme belief. IIo told mo Price's cabin. She disappears, leaving an My Dear Nat: Mako yourself at 'Politics, whtlo fascinating. Is uncerodor ot lilacs. It develops (hat Plum's coming up tho slope and others mov- tho banking which ho had tain. No ono can tell how long per- so himself." visit to ueaver island is to demand eet home. I will be away today but will ing along at tho bottom of It, all go- loft to becomo business, offlcor. (Copyright. Ml, by 1, J. Kdwnrds. All tlement from the king. Strang, for the sco you ngaln tonight. Don't a stato sonal or party popularity will last bo surtootlns; of tils ship some time previously lUsht Reserved.) by men whom he suspected of being Mor- - prised If somebody makos you a visit" ing toward tho Interior of tho Island. "Tho comptroller went to Danlol They tnons. Burke, his mats, has been left In Tho somebody was heavily under upon had shovels or rakes or hoes Manning and told him of tho offer. cnarire or me eioop with orders to bom their shoulders and ho guessod Mr. Manning at that tlmo was eecro bard Bt. James If tho captain does not re- - scored and Nathaniel's pulso quickturn witnm a certain time. ened and a sudden flush of excitement that tho Mormon fields wore in that tary of tho Democratic stato commit in at secretly in the darkness to the king's house, and through a window he sees surged Into his face as be read the direction; others boro axes; and now too, and then and later a great power Strang- - and his sorcn wives, among whom meaning of then It Tho "somebody" was andoxen, wagons, many of them drawn In tho Democratic party. Tho two la the lady of the lilac, who Price say left tho town ovor tho read men had been oloso friends for yoars, How He 1; the seventh wife. Price's actions lead Strang's wife. Thcro could be other by medals from tho scientific bodies of Found Bass Line for the Plum to believe that he la Jealous of Interpretation. Ho went to tho trap that ran near tho shore of tho lako. and both Ilrod In tho samo tow- nmo out worm onu uie now. Work of the United State mranar. Those whom ho met stored at him Albany. and called down for Obadlah but thcro "You probably know that, tn ordor Coast and Geodetic curiously, much Interested ovidentir was no nnawor. Tho councilor hod al 'Fred,' said Mr. Manning, when ho CHAPTER Jo mako a survey, It U necessary, first Survey. In the appeoranco of a stranger. Na- bail hoard bis friend out, 'for many ready gone. Quickly eating his break of all, to fix upon a baso lino, or starting point," said Mr. "You will stay ch, NatT" ho cried, fast tho master of tho Typhoon thaniel paid but small heed to them, years events hnro shown that tho at that Tbo scientific organization of the tlmo dfllcu you now hold has boon tho stop 'bobbing his head. "Yes, you will stay, climbed down tho ladder Into tho of tho Dig Four ping stono for a good many men to United Statos coast and geodotlo hut-ro- system. "Having got that, you can you will glvo mo back tho pack- - room below. Tho remains of the coun and high political proferment In stato and which has for Its original and then moasuro with your Instruments ago tor a day or two." Ho retreated cilor s breakfast wero on a tablo near nation. One of your predecessors bc principal purpose a surrey of tbo tbo dlstanco between to tho trap and slid down It as quick tho door, and the door was open, tho starting ly as a rat. "Ploasant dreams to you. Through It camo a glory of sunshlno canio president Millard Fillmore was coasts of tho United States primarily point and somo prominent object a comptroller whon ho was nominated for tho benoflt of conimerco, dates mountain, for example Thus, you obNat. and O, wait n minutot" Cap- and tho fresh breath of tho forest for I.uclus Hoblnson, from 1832. Held work was begun tho tain two sides of a triangle, and geomtain Plum could hear htm pattering laden with tho perfumo of wild flow' now governor, was comptroller. Ira following year under tho superintend- - etry teaches us lhat If yos know tho quickly over tho floor below. In a ore and balsam. A thousand birds length of two sides of n trlanglo you Davenport was nominated for gover- cney ot Ferdlnnnd H. Hasslor, tbo moment ho was back, thrusting his scorned caroling and twittering in tho nor by tho Republicans becauso of his cnglncor. can at onco find out what Iho leneth white grimacing faco through the Bunllt soli jdo about tho cabin. Be who for many years was at tho head of tho third sldo la. trap and tossed something upon tho yond this there was no other sound record as comptroller. Oovornor told n young Democrat ambitious of this Important work, und who, for Wheu tho coast surroy had at last ibed. "She left them last night, Nat or Elgn of life. For many minutes to advanco politically, to mako his two years, beginning In 1818, conduct- been sclcntlflcall organized nnd thus Pleasant u roams, pleasant dreams; Nathaniel stood In the open, his eyes on tho path along which bo knew that first mark In tho public scrvlco in ed coast survey operations In the vi- born anow, a party of engineers was and ho was gone. cinity of New York. Hut It Is from sent out to find a convenient and tho comptroller's ofllco. Nathaniel turned to tho bed and Strang's wlfo would come If sho " 'Frod, you havo a splendid record 1832 that tbo present surrey of our good starting point for tho survey-t- hat picked up a faded bunch of lilacs, came at all. Suddenly ho began Is to sny, a baso lino. Ther were as comptroller. You havo galnod wldo coasts really dates; and according to Then he sat down, loaded his pipe, cxnmino tho ground where tho girl popularity and especially the good two authorities In tbo railway world engaged In this task for mjlto nwhlli and smoked until bo could hardly boo had stood tho previous night Tho will and esteem of tho business ele- It was due to a suggestion mado by a number of months. In fact and In tho walls of bis little room. From the dainty Imprints of her feet wore plain ment of tho stato. Your father was a tho fathor of Whistler, tho artist that tho courao of It they foil In with an moment of bis landtag on tho Island ly disccrniblo in tho soft earth. Then was found for old friend, MaJ. Qcorgo Washington mombor of tho Albany regency, which a satisfactory baso-llnhe turned tho oronts of tho day over ho wont to tho path and with a laugh largely controlled Doraoc ratio politics tno present surrey, which has ro- - Whlstlor, of tho United 8tatea nrmy, In his mind. Yet when he arrlvod ot eo loud that it startled tho birds into tn stato and nation for so many years. suited In tho acenralo mapping ot our a distinguished engineer, whoso protho end of them bo was no loss mys silenco he set off with long strides In Yon haro boon raised and stooped In entire coast line, both cast and west fessional services wero then In high tified than when ho began. Who was tho direction of St James. From tho tho Democracy ot Van Iiurcn and of Tho story was orlelnalty told me faror with tho plonoer railroad capitalObadlah PrlooT Who was tho girl footprints In that path It was quite that fate had so mysteriously asso evident that Strang's wife was a fre A Few Days Before He Would Have Tllden. You are not unaware ot tho yoara ago by tho late James D. Layng, ists of the couutry. Most of tho oarly present Intention of your friends for many years a high placed railroad work of surveying tho routes for and ciated with his tnoromcnts thus fart quent visitor at Obadlah's. Counted This Walk to St Jamea At tho edge of tho forest, from myself nmong them to put you for- oxccutlro both In tho east and tho mid-dl- constructing railroads in this country What was tho plot In which ho had One of the Events of His tlfe. west; and a few days ago It was was dono under tho supervision of ward for governor In 1882. In my accidentally bocomo Involved? With where ho could see the log house situ tireless tenacity ho hung to these atcd across tho opening. Nathaniel As ho entered the grove through opinion. If you remain In politics you confirmed by Dr. P. H. Dudloy, tho army engineers. There were no oth111 stand a very good chance of be noted railroad metallurgist who holds er natlro engineers equal to thu work. questions for houro. That there was paused. He had made up his mind which the councilor had guided blm largo and Interesting collection of To tho father of 'Jimmy Whistler th a plot ot somo kind bo bad not tho that the girl whom he had seen the night before his eagerness be ing oloctod. And It you should mako artist, who was thon freshry. launched least doubt. Tho councilor's etrango through tho king's window was In came almost excitement Ho at on tho royago of llfo. tho elder Whisactions, the oath, the package, and somo way associated with It Obadlah proached tho great log houso swiftly tler's friends confided that they were abovo all tho eccno In tho king's house had blntod as much and sho had como but cautiously, keeping as much from looking for a baso lino for iLo reorconvinced blm of that And he was from thcro on her way to Strong's, vlow as posslblo. As he camo under ganized and practically now coast sure that Obadlah's night visitor the nut as tho prophet's wives lived In his the window through which ho had surrey project; and thoy added that girl with the lilacs was playing o castlo at St James this Burely could looked upon tho king and his wives not be her home. More than ever he his heart leaped with anticipation. vital part In It broken your promise to me,' I shouted they had searched for a baso lino la Bacauso of Broken Promise James Ho plucked at the wlUiorod flowers was puzzled. As ho looked he saw In his face. 'And I toll you now that I sorcral places Long Island was one with hope that was strangely mingled Tyner Helped Defeat Blaine for which tho old man bad thrown blm, ugure suddenly appear from among with fear. For only a moment be shult oppose your nomination for pres- but bad found nono that was feasible. Presidency, and Atwaya Re" 'Como with mo and I will show you Ho could detect tholr swoet scent tho mass ot lilac bushes that almost paused to listen, and notwithstanding ident I shall fight you In tbo convengretted Hla Ravange. abovo tho pungent, fumes of tobacco concealed the cabin. An Involuntary tho seriousness ot his position he tion. And If It Is tn the books, I shall what you want,' said MaJ. Whistler. and as Obadlah's triumphant chuckle exclamation of satisfaction escaped could not repress a smile as there beat you.' And all he said In reply who constructed tho first long railroad recurred to him, tho gloating Joy In him and he drew back deeper among came to his ears tho crying of chil This story waa told to me by tbe was: 'Well, that's fair fighting. Tyner.' In the country, tho Boston St Albany. his eyes, the passionate tromblo of his tho trees. It was tho councilor who dren and tbe high angry voice ot late James N. Tyner, who served In He did not even explain why he bad They "were willing, and tho noxt day be took tboso federal surveyors to a voice, a grim smile paesod over his bad Bhown himself. For a few mo woman. He passed around to tha songross from Indiana from 1869 to broken his promlso to me. face. Tho mystery was cosy Of eolu ments tho old man stood gazing In front ot the bouse. "I went to the Republican national point on tho Boston & Provldcnco Tho door ol 1875, was postmaster general during tlou if ho was willing to reason along tho direction ot St James as If watch Strong castle was wide open and un tho last year ot Grant's aecond admin convention, held In Cincinnati In 1S76. railroad then under courao of cocertain lines. Hut be was not willing, ing for tho approach of other persons, guaraea. no one bad seen bis ap istration, afterwards becoming assist Dlalno, Conkllng and Benjamin IL Ilrts- - nstructionnear the town of Mansflold, He had formed his own plctnre of Then he dodged cautiously along tho proach; no ono accosted him as ant attorney general of tho depart tow of Kentucky, who bad been aec- Mass. Ho led thorn up the railroad Strang's wlfo and It pleased blm to edge of the bushes, keeping half with mounted tho low steps; there was ha ment resigning therefrom in May, retary ot the treasury under Qrant track a little way and then pointed to no keep It. At moments ho half con- in their cover, and moved swiftly In ono In tho room Into which ho gazed 1003. I met General Tyner when ho were the leading candidates. Tho Ohio tho nortk. ceded himself a fool, but that did not tho opposite direction toward tho cen a moment later. It was tho great "There,' he said. 'Is a stretch of hall waa an old man In fact, shortly after Republicans some of thorn, at least trouble him. Tho longer ho smoked ter of the Island. Nathaniel's blood into which be bad spied a few hours his resignation irom tho department wero holding back Goromor nuther- - railroad ten mtlos In longth, by caretho more his old confldcnco and his leaped with a desire to follow. The provlous. There was tho long table when he was under accusation for Im- ford D. Hayes as a dark horae. It ful measurements absolutely straight, old recklessness returned to him. He night before ho had guessed that with the big book on It. seemed to me that thoro was a splen- and with no grades. It ought to be tbe the lamp proprieties In office: best kind of a base line for you.' bad enjoyed his advenUiro. Tho next Obadlah with his gold and his smol whose light had bathed tho girl's I have learned to expect Ingratitude did chance ot a successful combination day ho would end It Ho would go dering passion was not a man to Iso head in a halo of glory, tho rory "It didn't take tho coast surveyors, and falso friendship Indeed, my ex In faror of Hayes, provided we could chair openly Into St. James and hare done late himself In the heart of the forest, in which be bad found bcr slttlngl perience In public life has very strong- get the time to effect auch a combina long to decide that MaJ. Whlstlor waa his business with Strang. Then he Here across the open was evidence Ho was conscious right Thoy of a throbbing la ly disposed me to doubt tbo sincerity tion. Well, we galnod thnt time when stretch as a accepted that ten mlto would return to bis ship. What had ot another side ot his llfo. In that his breast, a longing to call out If ha ot any political frlondsblp," ho said. tbe gas suddenly garo out In tbe con work and from starting point of their It reached a point with he. Captain Plum, to do with Strong's great squaro-bull- t domicile ot logs, only knew her name. It Is duo to betrayal of friendship that vention ball, and tho convention bad wlfo? I to adjourn, because of darkness, until their Instruments somo CO mllos away In the room there wero four closed I am now under false accusation. screened so perfectly by flowering nut even after ho hod determined lilac, lived Obadlah's wires. Captain doors and it was from beyond these am too old a man, and perhaps have the next morning, to tho great dismay Tho gtgantla task of surveying tho en theso things his brain rofiiBed to Plum laughed aloud tbo and boat the bowl that there came to blm the walling of learned too much, to Justify me In look- of tbo Ulalne men, who saw Ulalne'a coast lino otway entire country was at He paced back and forth of bis pipe on the trco besldo him. rest. on a scientific basis, A fifth door was open and ing forward to tbo time whon I can nomination almost within their grasp last under across tho narrow room, thinking ot And tho girl ltvod there or camo children. it he saw a thanks to a kindly and wlso suggestion through cradle gently got even with those who have attempt- Just before the light failed." on tho part of 'Jimmy' Whistler's fatho man whom ho was to meot to- from there to the woodland cabin so rocking. Here at last was vlslblo llfo, ed to ruin me. But there was o time 'Do you know who played that his And It may be Interesting to thor. morrowof Strang. Uio frequently that her feet had beaten or motion at least, and bo knocked when I got oven with a betrayer, and toric trick on the convention?" I nolo that tho first measurement given ichoolmaster and temperance teoturer a wollworn path. Had the councilor loudly. Very gradually tho cradle have always more or less regretted who had mado himself a king, who Ued to by tho surveyors' Instruments waa blm? Was the girl be ceased Its movement. Thon stopped, It "That's been a well kopt secret," re found afterwards by field measure-mefor seven years had dellcd tho stato soon through the king's window had and a woman came out Into It larger I was in congress when Jamea (1. plied General one Tyner. "Do you sup- the to bo so nearly correct that the and nation, and who had mado of his of the seven wires of Strang or was room. Ip a momont Nathaniel recog- Dlalne was speaker ot tho houso. He poso that If I know, I would toll you? was only about two Inches Island stronghold a hot-boof polyg- she tho wlfo of Obadlah Price? nized bcr as the one who had placed was very cordial toward ine, and at But I will tell you now that overnight deviation CO miles." amy, of licentiousness, of dissolute Tho thought was ono that thrilled upon tho bowed tho tlmo ot his second election as we brought about tho combination ne- In tho caressing hand (Copyright, 1910, by. It. J. Bdwards. All rower. Ills blood grew hot as he him. It the girl was sobbing tbe night be- speakor I bad Just reason for expect- cessary to mako Hayes tho winning nights lleserved.) thought again of tho bonutiful girl wlfo what was tho the councilor's head ot thofaco was girlpathetic motive ot Oba- fore. Her beau- - ing that ho would appoint mo chair candidate. of I was In tho thick of tbo who had appealed to him. Obadlah dlah's falsehood? Its whiteness was startling. Her man ot tho committee on post otflces fight. And If sho was from The Lucky Man. I persuaded delegates bail said that she was tho king's wife. Strang's wlfo why hud her feet and eyes sbono with an unhealthy luster, and post roads. I went down to blm other states besides somo from my "So you ottended tbo Wldglna Stll- lhers nlono and her hair, falling In heavy and told him that I would bo very glad own to onter Into the combination, so Wooator wedding?" Thuiguta flashed Into his head old man's with tho exception of the curls overdark shoulder, addod to worn this path from the her "Ob, yes, I was there." the It be would mako mo chairman of tho that at tbo beginning of tbo balloting which lor a tlmo mado lilm forget his Iliac smothered houso to the cabin In committee. 'Tyner,' nald ho, 'there on tho morrow Hayes rushed forward onderful pallor ot her cheeks. "And did you congratulate tbe mlcilon ou tho Island. In splto ot his tho woods? The captain of tho Typhoon lucky man?" Nathaniel bowed. "I beg your par Isn't a member ot congress who Is bol- magnificently to victory. resolution lo keep to bis own scheme regretted now that he had given such don, madam; I camo placo than you, "Sure. I remarked to tbo minister to see Mr ter qualified for tbe "At last I felt I bad paid off Jamea he found himself, after a llttlo, think- explicit orders to Casey. and I shall bo very glad to appoint q, Dlalno. Otherwise Strang," bo said. But I wantod to lot him that I was glad to sco blm making a ing only of tho Mormon king, and the money on tbo side," "You will And soma I loely faco be had cc through tho ho would liuvo followed the figure that flee," sho replied. the king at his ot you.' when tho committee was an know It, and In hunted him up 'Well, llttlo was already disappearing Into Washington. But tlmo tutor ast!e wludow. IIo know much about est on tho opposite side of thotho for Revenge. clear nounced, to my humiliation and cha- Illalne, wo're oven now,' I sold. 'Yea, Tho woman's voice was low. but tho man with whom lie was to deal ing. But now he must seo Strang. "Did that poor, hun pockod little man, Mr. Illalne had you did It,' bo answered without exHo know that ho had been There might bo doluy, necessary de sweet that It was llko muslo to the grin, I discovered that tofcouow. younger promise. I And glvo any explanation of why a rtrtl of llrlghaiu Young and that lay, and If it so happened that his ear. As she spoko she came neajci not kept his am now andwaa a not con- hibiting tho slightest rescntmontI have cided to crcmato bis lata wlfo bo dedid And Instead my heart was touched. and a faint flush appeared In thi man than I vh;j tho oxodus of the Mormons to own blundering curiosity kept him on transparency of her ohoek. trol my tempor as well as I should. In always felt a little regretful that I of burying bor?" tho deserts ot the west came lie had tbo island until sundown well, he "Yos. He aald It waa bis only chance "Why do you wish to sou the VlagV tho heat ot anger I sought out Mr. carried my resentment so far." led bis own followers Into the north, smiled as ho thought get even with her for ttvt way sha of what Casey she asked. llalun In tho spwikers room. (Cop)lUllt, 1910. by E. J. Kdwarda, All to kutt that each. July uuild barbaric fea- - wouia (10. always roasted htm." (TO UK CONTLNUKELJ Hlghts lUitrveJ.) You have betrayed me. Vou bar t SERIAL Q STORY ftj The Courage of Captain Plum Might Have Reached the Top aoo-rctar- Uobbs-Mm- Story About Whistler's Father Swedish-America- Til-de- n o Story of Political Resentment ono-tlm- nt Jammry 26, 1911 The annoyance of cleaning away anow or litter from tho ordinary awlngtng door beforo It can bo opened can bo easily avoldod by employing the almplo alldlng door ahown In llluatra-HoThis la exceptionally uacful on tho sheep or hog house, and mny be on other buildings where a swinging door would ho. In the way when opened. Tho door la constructed In thn usual manner and then arranged GOOD MUTTON TYPE OF SHEEP on tho building to slldo up or down In two trnrkH or grooves, .which mny bo Tendency of Public to Consume More made by nailing two bonrds togothor of Meat Attributed to Careful with tho edge of ono overlapping the ono on (ho aldo of building. Two pulDreilng of Carcasses. leys urn placed at tho top of these In Mb work on profitable Block feed-InI'rof. II. U. Smith call attention to tho growing tendency on tho part of tho )Ubllo to consume moro mut-,toHo attributes thin In part to the fact tlmt mntton carcasses are moro cart-fulldresned nnd better ripened than formerly and In addition n better grado of mutton sheep la being produced. Furthermore It la marketed earlier Uian waa tlin case a few years ago. Daring former years when wool waa lilKhcr In price, tho country was I ' large); Blocked with ahcop Door In Position. of tlio distinctly wool breeds. Theao aheep were retained nn tho farms per- grooves and weights equal to haps several yearn for Uio annual clip weight of door suspended by ropes, the atof wool, nnd when finally plnrcd uion tached to tho door. This permits tho tho market had brcomo so aged an to door to bo opened to any height demako tho meat tough, na well aa sired, whero It may bo fastened so as strongly flnvored. With lower prlcea to nllow tho small pigs to baro access of wool, thero have come about marked to the yard, when It Is to dealred to changes In tho character at flocks, keep tho mother In tho pen. llama of the mutjon brecda. Including thn Shropshire, Southdown, llamp-ahlrCotanold, Oxford, Lincoln and CHEAP SHELTER FOR STOCK I.c!coKtcr, have been croaied upon uv.cn, resulting In a 8hed Shown In Illustration Herewith Kood quality of mutton atock. Theao Will Protect Twenty-Fivto o cross-breahcep do not mutton Thirty ateera. Mcr-Inso heavy n fleece na do the and nl prevailing prlcea for wool A cheap shelter for stock Is made by It la not profitable to carry them over setting posta eight feet apart, eight for their second clip and tho llttlu In- feet high on ono aldo nnd six feet on crease In weight; but tholr points of thn other side, making tho shed 13 I'xccllcnco for mutton production aro feet wldo and 40 feet long. Hoof runs ao much greater than their deficienono way, and north side, and ends are cies for wool production In compari- hoxed, with a gate nt each end and son with the Mcrluo, that they are now In greater favor. Merino owea of tho Improved strains nro atlll preferred for rouge coudlllona, becauio they Jiot only sheer n heavier fleece, hut their dense, fine wool and ainaller frnmcH mako them better ablo to wlthatond tho hardships of the range. Shed for 25 or 30 Head. With tho mora recent ndtanco In tho price of wool, thero la now a tendency rack running tho full length of shed on upon tho part of farmers to retain In south side. A shed of this slzo will trio breeding ewes aamcwhat mora of khelter twenty-fivor thirty the Merino blood, depending upon the ntecrs. heavy mutton rams to prodnco a typo cf lamb which has proved very In tho feed lot, though come-whPROFITABLE TYPE OF HORSE smaller than higher grade of mutton atock. Old Farmer Tells of Manner In Which He Makes Animals and Services Pay for Keeps. TROUGH GOOD d gOCK uvc THE CITIZEN HANDY POOR FOR HOQ HOUSE Annoyance of Cleaning Away Snow or Litter May Be Avoided by Using Door Illustrated. Pe Seren CURTAIN-FRON- T HOUSES 1855 EXCELLENT FOR POULTRY Berea College m OF THE MOUNTAINS. Over 64 instructors, 1365 students from 27 states. Largest college library in Kentucky. NO SALOONS. Building Shown In Illustration und Used nt Maine Expert ment Station, Affords Satisfactory Means of Ventilation. 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The roof la of unequal span, the rldgo being four feet In from tho front wall, nnd tho height of tho rldgo abovo tho 3 two curtains In front of the roost are each 15 feet long and 30 Inches wide. They nro hinged at the top and open out into the room and fasten up when not In use. At one end ot each pen arc placed 12 trap nests, and eight nt the other end. Hevernl small boxea are placed agnlnst the wall 1V4 feet above the floor for shell, grit, bone, etc. The doors between the pens aro wooden frames covered with duck spring and are hung with double-actiohinges, eo ns to open In either direction, Tight board partitions nro uned between tho pens to avoid drnfts. e THE MODEL SCHOOLS for UkGia leut adrancod. Same loturtv library and general advantages as for mora advanced students. ArtttunstW and tho common branches taught In tho right way. Drawing, Singing, DLblsv Handwork, Lcsbohs In Farm and Householl Management, etc. Free text books. 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Beginning with the suckarrves ns n framo for tho feeder, as ling, they nro of no bother to me, for well as & Mipport for tho track of tho until they are n month old tho mother feed carrier which rune from tho barn In brought up once In tho forenoon to tho point marked T. The Wn la but nnd onro In tho nfternoon, but s It Is Kept nt tho Btublc, snys n writer In Ilaltlmoro American. Then In tho fall b'foro they aro two they arc broko and ready for light service So from tho tlmo they In tho spring. aro two years old they pay their own weigh way. My coming 1,00 pounds mid bring $150. white, the bring $200. Thus coming by keeping our best young Perchcron mares and clubbing together to buy n registered stallion I find thero is n reaily solo and clear profit for u farmer In raising horses, and their cervices will pay for their keeping. seven-eighths after-wards three-year-ol- - pered and shingled on both root and walls, and In addition the rear wall and four feet of the lower port of the rear roof are celled on the insido ot the studding and tho epaco packed with dry sawdust. Outsldo of tho building a three-foo- t platform extends across the ends and along tho front The houso Is divided Into tour 30x10-foo- t pens. In tho front sido ot each pen are two twelve-ligh- t windows and a door 2V& feet wide. Tho apace between the window and door comes closo up to tho eaves, leaving an unbroken front three feet high below the caves. Tho opening Is 3x14 feet and Is covered by a wooden frame, covered duck. This curtain Is with hinged at tho top and Is swung In when opened, and It is always kept open, except on stormy days nnd winter nights. Each pen Is ot suitable slzo to accommodate 100 fowls, thus allotting 4.8 square feet ot floor space to each bird. A roost platform four feet ton Inches wldo and three feet nbovo tho floor extends along the rear side for the entlro SO feet. maThree perches ot terial are placed on edgo ten Inches abovo the platform. Tho rear perch Is 11 Inches out from the wall, and tho space between tho perches Is 1G Inches, which leaves 15 Inches between tho front perch nnd tho duck curtain. The 2x3-lnc- inches nnd r$at on n rough atone wall. FOR PROFIT The floor, consisting ot two thicknesses of hemlock bonrds, rests on 2x8 Inch timbers, which nro placed two feet apart. Tho rest of tho frame ot Conservation at Soil Fertility ty Rotations Together With matho building consists ot Applications of Fcrtll-izcr- o terial. The building is boarded, paOverlooked. 2x4-lnc- sary for State certificate. MU3IC, Singing (tree), Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, nand, may bo taken as an extra In connoctlon with any course. Email extra fees. Few farmers realize the difference in Inconin that may be produced on their farms by the systematic introduction nnd rotation ot clover or other leguminous crops over the entlro arcn ot their tillable land. The planning of rotations to meet certain feed requirements nnd to grow crops which shall bo the greatest Income producers under given conditions is a problem that Is not easily solved by nil the tillers of tho soil. Tho conservation of soil fertility by appropriate rotations together with applications of manures nnd fertilizers in such manner as will maintain n permanent system of agriculture has been largely overlooked by farm owners In tho ..past. Farmers' Ilulletln 37C. tho farmer in solving these difficulties, nnd n copy may be had free on application to a member of congress or to tho secretary of agriculture, Washington, I). C. Tho bulletin farm in Illinois, dlscuFses n nnd plans six different typos of fanning that may bo substituted for the usual one of corn and oats now prac-tireeu as to raise tho Income all the way from two to live times as much as that commonly received, and at the Fame time Increase the fertility ot tho Kill. run-dow- Expenses, Regulations, Opening Days. Derca Collego is not a Institution. All the money from students Is paid out for their benefit, and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than ht pays In. This great doflclt Is mado up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who aro supporting Dcrea in order that It may train young mea and womea. for lives of usefulness. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to proteos the character and reputation ot tho young people. Our students come frees the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be alek the College provides doctor and nurso wllnout extra charge. All except thoso with parents In Berea Uto In College buildings, an assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable train, lng. and getting pay according to the valuo ot their labor. Except In winter It la expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their es. penses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our cllmato Is the bosC but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraps nnd underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes, are noccssary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrella aa3 money-malting ed IHAY GRADES MAKING GOOD ARE FIXED ROW MARKER! Good Job on Wlnter'n Day Is to Multo Tlita Useful Implement to bo Used on i Fnrrowinz Plow. Timothy llaa Lead, Copcciully A moils: City Fccdero, Ilccattsc It la Not Only Nutrltlouu other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College aska no ran for tho lino buildings In which students live, charging only enough root, rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week Is the fall, and $1.50 In winter. For room, furnlshod, fuel, lights, washing ot bedding, 40 cents a week In fall and spring, 60 cents In winter. SCHOOL FEE8 aro two. First a "Dollar Deposit," aa guarantee for return of room key, library books, eta This la paid but once, and la returned when the student deparU. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on cxpensoa for caro of school build. Ings. hospital library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or scrrlces of tearhcrs all our Instruction is a frco gift). Tho Incidental Fco for most students Is J5.0V a term, $0 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 in Colic glato courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fco nnd room rent bj thn term, hoard by tho half term. InMallmcuts nro as follows: Vocational, FALL Mode Kchool but Pulntublc. Normal and Academy $ COO College Incidental Fee Itoom J IINOTES Cattle mutt havo roughage d Livestock of boiiio winter's day la to mako this row marker to bo used on a furrowing plow. It Is very easily mndo by nnyono handy with tools. A 1st n piece of old wagon tiro six inches long with each end turned up and a holo In each end for receiving the pin, b. Tho piece, n. Is Hocurely fnstened A good Job on a kind. It Is not n fact that n pig can tnko he can eat. 1C luchco high at the opening nnd enro of all that pig at eight months la Tho tho opening la six Inches high. This construction Is necessary In order to the mnsterwork of tho feeder. Tho pig can cat moro than ho can rnublo tho cattlo to work tho feed out ns needed nnd to prevent clogging. Tho digest und digest moro than ho can fctuddlng which la ot 2x materia), uto. Hegulur feeding Is essential to sucIs placed four feet apart Inside tho bin cess nnd three feeds n day is bettet nnd serve lo mipport the aider. than two. Indigestible feeds such ns brnn nnd Selling Steer Calves. cob meal bhould bo kept away iron: tho It la not always tho bort plan to hog trough. of beet cattlo na yearling, but Tho work horse should havo tlx. to In many Instances In tho corn-bel- t ton pounds ot hay, In addltlou to tho nren It has como to ho n common corn nnd carrot. pracllco, and la followed by a consld-cntlilAs February lambs bring tho highest numlcr of cattlo rnlsors; con- prices they ought to lo dropped lit that sequently, tills work of tho Iiiilluna tlmo of tho j car. experiment etntlou will prove of grcnt Cleiiullni'ta should begin In the sta valuo to thoso following the plan of ble, which must not only bo kept clean, belling early. It waa pointed out but well veiitllntcd. iinioug other things, alto, that If It Thero Is no feed so good for young were potislblo to turn tho calves out nlcrt and onlves aa sweet sklm r.illk on paeturn early In tho season, boforo direct f i out tho fcnunitor. livery etublo whero tuberculosis has the grass had started, rtlll continuing tho feed used In tho 'fry lot, so that existed should lm well whitewashed tho steers would becoino accustomed twice In tho next six months. to tho Brass very gradually, there Thero Is no stock on tho farm that would ho llttlo advantage In tho dry will help so rupldly In advancing the fertility and good condition o the lot feeding, except that duo to tho paid for dry-fecattle on tho land as a flock ot sheep. Tho caro of sheep Is pleasant work central markets. This hlghtr price Is norurcd because of tho general belief for il wo in i. n. nnd ono'tbat sho cm un, cattle dtrtnko with buf small capital nt first, that tho carcasses from dry-fennd work up to n profitable buslnetm. ert superior to thoio from sraes-fed- . A dls-pob- o o n to tho plow beam with two screws. C Is a pleco ot a wagon tiro colled nt ono end so that pin b, con be inserted. 0 la bolted to d, which Is tho arm ot tho marker and may bo made ot a 1 by 4 inch pleco of wood six feet long, says the Form and Homo. At tho extreme end nre several holea bored in thlH arm six inches apnrt. Ily means of the pin which fits The rulet. of the National Hay association teecgnlic 21 grades of hay, which teems to fall Into flvo classes timothy, clover, mixed timothy nnd clover, wild grasses and alfalfa. Choice timothy hay niupt' ho hotmd, properly cured, of bright natural color not mixed with more than of other grasses, nnd well baled. Lower grades ot timothy aro Nos. 1, 2 nnd 3 and "no grade." Cloer hay has two gredes, No. 1 and No. 2. No. 1 clover must b; medium clover, sound, properly cured, not mixed with more Hoard, 7 weeks A 14, 1910 $ 5.Q0 5.'60 9.45 $20.05 9.40 $22,50 $29.00 $ $7.00 G.fct 5.C0 3.45 $21.05 9.45 $30.50 $30.00 6.00 6.00 9.00 $21.00 9.0O 9.41 $22.01 ."4r Amount due Sept. Hoard for 7 weeks, due Nov. 2, 1910.. Total for term $31X6 $3 LOT $ ' If paid In advance WINTER Incidental Tee 600 COO T.0I C.Ot 9.6 Itoom 3oard, C wieks t'OO $20.00 9.00 $29.0.0 $28.60 $ 5,00 4.00 6.75 other grasses wid well baled. Choice alfalfa hay must ho reasonably fine, leafy alfalfa of bright green color, properly cured, sound, sweet and well baled. Other grades of alfalfa nre Nos. 1, 2 nnd 3 nnd "no grade." Theso rules aro used by mobt cities that hae official Inthan of Amount due Jan. 4, 1911 Board for C weeke, d'c Feb. 15, 1911. ,9l0f $31,101 $30Te $ 7.01 $22.00 Total for term.. If paid in sdvance SPRING $30.00 $29.50 $ COO 4.00 C.7G Incidental Fee Itoom Doard, i 5 spection. weeks 4.0C 6.7 $17,71 6.78 Details of Row Marker. into theso holes the dlstnnco between rows mny bo regulated. F is a 12 Inch board cut to a point nt tho forward end with n holo horcd In this end whii'd u lino may bo attached. Thin line Is fuhtuned nt tho other end to tho top of tho names. O W a pleco of scrap Iron curved so as to drag through tho ground easily, und marks tho next row. Making Butter. A large' percentage of the timothy on tin market Is graded below No. 1. The reasons ore that many meadows are cut for years until they become weedy nnd mixed with other grasses, and that the liny iu olten cut too late, so that it loses tho bright natural color and pnlntuhlllly. Timothy has tho lead, especially among city feeders, becauso it Is not only nutritious but palatahlo mid and tho liorso is nut likely to ovcrfoed. Neverthetoss, other kinds ot liny wt'Uld often prove better for the feeder. Alfalfa, for Instance, has high nitiKli building qualltUb und Is especially valuiiblo for drult horses. It Is und the highly nilbhed. however, hoi so may uwrfecd. $15,75 Amount due March 29, 1911 C.76 Heard for 5 wsuks, duo May 3, 1941 . $10.75 8.75 Uonu milk, food tools nnd a careful milker, tiro the three principal factors In making good butter. Selling to private customers la tbo most profitable way of marketing. My cows average seren pounds a week, says a writer In an exchange. I ute very little commercial butter color, merely enough to maintain a uniform tint. Ground. many hard da not Imve whiter. The bect way to handle them, except In tho north, Is to nllow .om lo remuln tn tlo garden foil nnd dlu them jit they nro wanted for use at limes when the (.'round 1.4 cot froiu Leaving Parsnips In will bear I'hrKiiliiw freezes In the ground and tho best flavor till lute In $23.5o $23.50 $24.Ct Total for term $23.00 If paid In advanct $23.00 $24.0C REFUNDING. Students who leavo by permission before the end ot a term receive back for money advanced ns follows: (No al'owance for frao-tloof a week.) On board, refund In full. Expenses," (tore la a largo loss occaOn room and "Special sioned by vacant rooms or depleted clhsscs, ami the Institution will refund f wily cf tho amount which the student has paid for tho remaining weeks of tho term. On Incidental Fee, students excused bufoio tho middle of a term will re tho Incidental too paid, whl(h certificate will celvo it cerllfleatH for one-ha-lf be received at cash by Derca College on payment of term bills by the student In persou, or a hi other or isleter. If presented wllWn four terms. The first day of Fall term Is September U, 1910. The first day of Winter term Is January 4, 1011. The first day ot Sprlntf term U March Z"), 111. For lo'ormatinn or friendly advice, write to the Secretary. one-hal- n WILL C. GAMBLE, BEREA. KENTUCKY", Pnce Eieht. otononotononononoonononononononononononoononononoj THE CITIZEN. tcg about thrco months ago, Is slowMiss Blancho Carter, ly Improving. tho daughter of Mr. D. L. Carter, Jl?d, Jan. 20th, of consumption. Iter remains wero laid to rest In tho 1 family burying ground. J. R. Dalton nnd Mr. Freeman Carter wero in Richmond last week. Mrs. W. A. Coffey Is better. Miss Kallo Parsons visited her cousin, Miss Lou Coffey, last week. January a6, treat my brain and nervous tystom with greater consideration, and lllty-sl- x hours of each woek shall bo to sleep. 191 1. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else conttronitnee rttlUbia It not lot pibtleatloa, bat Ho o1 " ((' "Wence I" fH ty UemlUr. of rood filth. Wilto plainly. lit tint OltOKOKOMOMOMOMOIIOKOKOMOROKOOMOMOMOkOilOMOMOMOMOMOMOXOM FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce the candidacy of Dr. J. A. Mahuffey, of Sturgeon, Ky., for Representative of the 71st district, subject to tho of the Republican party. ac-U- JACKSON COUNTY Ml IV KIT Prlvott, Jan. 22. Circuit Court Is In sess.on at McKeo, this week. Iho little son of Bllllo Smith Is veiy sIck. Air. and Mrs. Hob York visited the latter's parents at Sturg.on Sunday. Mis. Nancy Cullun and son, Charlie, who havo been making their borne In JackBon for tho past six months are plaunlng to go back to Hamilton, Ohio. Ira Co.diron died on the 10th of Jan. at tho ago of 13 years. It Is supposed that sho had rheumatism, which was the cause of her death. Sho had told her folks before her death hat she Just had three weeks to live, and sho lived one day over tho throo weeks. Her parents and many lrlends will miss her greatly as she was loved by all who knew her. Singing Is conducted at Grayhawk every Friday evening by tho Itov. Mr. DeYoung. Mrs. Allen Morris Is very sick with The measles and mumps are raging through our vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wright are sailing out their property on Black-watto movo to Richmond. -st er bcrt and Pearl, Luther, Samuel and Cornett, The winter Mrs. Nancy school opened last Monday with ft largo attendanco which is Increasing ovcry day. Miss l'owell Is growing very popular with her pupils. Tho two youngest children of Mrs. Horns-b- y of Hog Skin, left this week for tho Lexington Pythian Homo for or- phansAlexander McDankl has rcsldo mov-o- d to Hamilton, Ohio, whero ho will In tho future. Mrs. Alex Clarkston has been very sick tho past week. Dr. and Mrs. Hornsby nn nounco tho birth of their fourteenth child. A number of our young men will enter tho army soon. Chester, son of Jack Rico, Jumped from a moving train and hurt his knee badly. A sister of Mrs. Stephen Clarkston was burled last Saturday. Her sister's husband, Thomas Jones, A Is very low with tuberculosis. number of our pocplo will attend tho next Circuit court which convenes week. U. S. Marshall James Smith has been out to Dripping Springs on official duties during tho past week. Tho Rov. John Jones, tho Baptist Modorator, preaches hero tho third Sunday of each month. VINK Vino, Jan. IS. Mrs. Nan Wilson Is planning to movo to Oneida, where sho will send her children to school. Mrs. Martha Rico and her daugh ter, Mary, are visiting George Hornsby of near Manchester. Bob Turner vlted to attend. The Mlssos Jcsslo and Lydla Young spent last week with their sister, Mrs. May Lain. Jim Turley bought the Stivers j.rop-crt- y for $1,700, recently. Tho Misses Ora and Ethel Flanory, who aro attending school at tho E. K. S. N., visited homo folks from Saturday till Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Cam Lewis wero In Richmond, Thursday, on business. Bom to Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Munday, a boy, on tho 20th. IIOONF. Dock Lunsford who hns been with Boone, Jan. 23. Mr. Chas. Oldham his sister, Mrs. L. 11. Muncy In Clay County, visited homo folks from Satdlod at his homo near here last Monday morning after a lingering illness urday till Monday. Molllo Powell la of consumption. His body was taken spending this week with her Bister, near Waco for burial. Ho leaves a Mrs. Martha Hudson of Dreyfus, sister, brother, nnd several chil- Mrs. Burko, of Richmond preached it dren to mourn his loss. Tho bereaved tho Masonic Hall, Sunday, and will hnvo our doepest sympathy. Scott contlnuo to preach ovory fourth SunBoldon of near Conway is very low. day afternoon at 3 o'clock and SunClell Young who has been vory day evening at 6:30.- -1. A. Bowman went to Jackson County on business 111 Is reported some better under tho this week. caro of Dr. Charles Robinson of A. D. Lovctt, T. S. Wren nnd ESTILL COUNTY James Oldham wero at Conway last LOCUST llKANtn Saturday night. A. D. Logsdon of Locust Branch, Jan. 23. Mr. DawBerea was visiting relatives at Boono one day last week Charles Rlddlo of son Elliott of Camden, Ohio, visitBrlndlo Rldgo was hero on business, ed his brother and sister of this Monday. Bright Chastcen has re- place. Ho has not Been them for cently moved to tho property of H. thrco years. Miss Besslo Willis and T. Chastecn, vacated by Jos. Bates. Miss Nernlo Logsdon of Jinks visMarlon Chastecn is out again after ited Mny Kindred last Monday. Mrs. qulto a long illness. Misses Hattlo Lcttlo Collins who has been visiting and Bcttlo Poynter returned home, friends and relatives nt Jinks for Saturdny, after a pleasant visit with tho past two weeks has returned relatives at Corbln. Mrs. Stridor home. Mr. Taylor began n subscripschool RIchmoncr of Rockford visited Mrs. tion school at tho Garrett Daisy Lambert last Saturday. Jess houso on the 19th. Tho Misses BerWren of Winchester visited friends tha and Lcttlo Rovls will start for Bo-re- a. HAS NO SUBSTITUTE "Resolution Number Flvo: I will try to do in eight hours as much hard work as I should do in ono day. "Resolution Number Slx:l will nt least two of tho twmty-fou- r hours to such exercise as 1 find most Nneflcnl. "Resolution Number Sovcn: 1 will glvo my moral support to every effort, public or private, In behalf of tho betterment of health conditions, bo becoming a small factor lu tho great movement for moral nnd physical uplift." do-vo- to NATIONAL CORN EXPOSITION Tho fact that tho American Farmer Is fast becoming a factor in our national Ufo can bo well s.'cn by the Interest now being manifested In tho National Corn Exposition Tho only makktg mm which Is to bo held In Columbus, iNMfo from Roymi Or Ohio, from Jan. 30th to Fob. 11th. Tmrtmr Oream Is tho fourth national exposiThis tion and will doubtless bo tho greatM ALUM.N0 LIME PWSPHATE est over held In tho world. More than 33 states, Including our own. Kentucky, will hnvo competitive ex- ance on registered packages up to full value. hibits. Only tho prlzo winners nt tho ( their Leaguo Is supported entirely Tho stato fairs and shows will various by voluntary contributions, und every trocompete, for tho valuable nntlonal ono who can do so, should send in phies. name, "Corn Exposition," does a subscription. TJio It Is especially desired that every not mean that corn only will bo shown, but all grains and gras60B friend of tho causa enroll with tho League. Send this attached coupon: as well as llvo stock of all kinds. Postal Progress Leaguo, bo h jld beA special conference w.ll 361 Broadway, New York. fore thoso who are Interested In home I am In favor of on extended parsclenco. Tho work of tho Y. M. C. A., churches, colleges and schools cels post. will also bo discussed from tho far- By occupation I am Namtf mer's standpoint. Address Tho United States Department of Agriculture will show Its famous IN OUR OWN STATE which has Just been returned (Continued flora filil g) from tho International exposition nt thousand dollars for rescuing Edward Buenos Aycrs. This twelve days' exposition will bo Denton from drowning at Burnslde, favored by addresses from many of Ky., tn July 1!09. tho greatest speakers of our nation. NEW DISTRICT ATTORNEY Governors, Senators, College presiMr. Edward Morrow of Somerset dents and National and Stato agri- has been appointed by President Taft culturists will bo there full of In- - United States District Attorney for splratlon and experience far the the KenEastern District of farmer. tucky. Judgo Tlnsley of Barbour-vlll- o p It Is a great opportunity for far-hlheld tho position through two mora to get Inspiration and terms and u few months ao Attornnd somo of our Kentucky farmers ney James Sharp of Wliliumsburg was should profit by it. appointed to take Tlnsley s placj. Opposition was mado to tho appointment of Sharp. It wus held up for a EXPRESS COMPANIES SUPERwhiio, then made as a r'cisj uppUnt-meFLUOUS und afterwards recalltd. Now Morrow is to have tho place, lie was Discussing tho high express ratei, backed by Bradley and Powers. H. II. Wlnsdor, In the Febiuary numTHE SHELliYVlLLE MOll ber of Popular Mechanics Magniin. Tho Incident of tho mobb.ng nf cites tho opinion of Judo Mabco, tho two nergoes nnd lossllly a third of tho Canadian Railway Commits. on, l at Shelbyvlllo Is tuklng the that express companies could be dis- (ourtso; iieople at a distance expresspensed with and the whole bus.no.is ing their Indignation vel.omently; tho carried on satisfactorily by tho rail- Governor thoroughly aroused, and ways Instead, and ndds: scoring the local officers: lastly, u "That this appears tho loglcnl Jury empaneled, nnd binm thing to do becomes morn nppaient hrand instructions from tho JuJgc. Win: atwhen our own express companies n III It nil amount to? Nothing, Is a tempt to excuse their hlhh rates on prediction. Mobs may bo exactgrounds of having to overpay safe tho ed until wo havo a public s'litlmeut tho railroads for hauling their civs. that will force tho courts to do their In fact, tho express companies adduty, nnd that will curb somo lawjers having becomo such active bidmit lu court trickery, various devices ders against each other that th to securo tho acquittal of thalr railroads are receiving as high as .''u clients, esoclally tho delay of court per cent of tho gross earnings, leavproceedings. ing only 43 per cpnt to tho express company out of which to render ier-vlNEWS TTHE WEEK In other and pay dividends. (Cnutlnurd from firm Ki;r v.ords, for a package taking n rate of 11, tho railroad gets Co cents for Ho Is thought to have been ono of hauling it in a car, while tho ex- tho most eificient s.'cr.tarl. s, aud press company for 45 cents calls for It Is said that his place will Lu hard tho package, takes It to tho shipping to fill. It Is rumored that ho mav offlco, enters a record, hauls to train, becomo Uio head of tlu at destination hauls from train to Life Insurance Comtany, taMng thu offlco or delivers to consignee, and place of Paul Morton who died sudhas to stand Ilablo for loss In trail-Bi- t. denly n few days ago. DEAD LOCK ENDED Tho very fact that exprers comTVnnosBoo has a new senator by panies contlnuo to pay big dividends under Buch conditions Is n confess- tho name of Luke Lea. Ho was a ion thnt tho rates to shippers aro dark horso upon whom thu fuslouUts easily 25 per cent too high, which united on tho 2Jrd. Mr. Lta Is tho publisher of tho Nashvlllo Tennisoenn, thould still leavo tho railroad a profitable price for simply hauling tho had been tho enemy of a.t rton, and supported tho Indeptnd u s In car. tho last electlou. He will no doubt mako n good successor to S.nutor THE PARCELS POST Frailer. HOPE FOR REPUBLICANISM Would be a long Step Forward in the An organization has been termed Progress of the Nation at Washington to bo kuuwn as Tho Tho Postal Progress Lroguo alms National Progressive Republican 'd League. to securo for tho peoplo of the Unit Us object Is to put into , States their own express BJrvlc-Jeffect tho growing scntlm'jnt of operated through their own post ofTho inovcuiuU is h d nud flco system, already equipped by nlno United States 8na'ois, every cog oiled und iu perfect run- six Governors of states, thlrtten Rening order. This s.'rvlco Unj UBUrped presentatives In Congress and nlno-teo- n would by private express companies, other citizens of prunntnee. Immediately save the people millions Bevorldgu's name Btatus along with of dollars and bo a buueilt to every that of Cummins, Clapji, taFolh-ttono. and Bristol. Hero Is a part of tho 'Hie Loague's bill, now pending program; Election of United tt.ites Cong! ess, provides fur carrying Senators by popular voto, Direct Pripackages at eight outs maries, Direct Election of D legates 11 pound per lb., whereas the existing weight to National Conventions, amendlimit Is four poui.dB und ilio latu six- ment to stato const, tutlons providing teen ceuts per pound. for tho Inltlatlvo und referendum and It Increases thj fr-- del v ry sys- recall, and thorough corrupt iractl-co- b tem by permitting ihj n.a l.i.g of acts. The Cltlzsn Is with them. (otters or paic'lti up to four ounos NOVELIST SHOT at two cents aud a charge of one cent David Graham Phillips, editor and for each additional Uo ouue-s- . novelist, was shot by a fanatic tlx pounds times, Monday, as he approached his Packages up to twenty-livin weight are permitted to bo carried club. Tho would-b- e asiacsln turned .in rural routes with rates varying, his gun upon himself and took his according to weight, thj own Ufo. It Is. thought thnt th-r- o rate being ten cents. Is some chanco for tho novelist to Tho bill further provides for insur survive. POWDER Absolutely Pure of I DOES THE SHOE FIT? Tho editor hns received a good ninny criticisms of tho Citizen's correspondents. He knows what to do when ho himself is criticised, but he has been a little bit puzzled about these letters complaitiiug of those tipou whom tho paper rolies for tbe community new. He has fin ally decided to publish a letter written ou Christmas daj, which certainly was only designed to help, and ask every correspondent to rcud it carefully and endeavor to take it in the spirit it was intended, and in the spirit the editor has set for personal criticism for himself and the mauagment of tho publication profit by it in so far us it is discovered to apply. The editor dues not know just who or how many aro at fault, and so he trusts that each correspondent, reading the teller carefully, as well as his instructions from the Citizen, will sil iu just jtidpe. nient upon himself, nnd consider that it is not meant for him unless it fits, but if it is found to fit, then remedy the fault. If this spirit prevails iu editor, iu flic force, iu correspondents, the Citizen will quickly become more acceptable nnd soon wield tho influence for good that all hope for it. The letter follows: , ex-hl- CAIUCO Carlco, Jan. 21. Orbln Smith has been hare preparing his houso so as to be aLle to move In. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. James Watheu, a flno boy. Old Uncle Billy Adklnson Is in very poor health. Wesley Angel Is In very poor health. Sam Roberts and family aie sick. G. W. Johnson and wife wero the guests of S. R. Roberts last Saturday nnd Sunday. Miss Ellen Roberts has gono to Moores Creek to enter winter school. Mr. Blovio McCowan Is the teacher. F. Cornelius has purchased a farm on Pond Creek ind is preparing to move this' spring. Wo hate to give up so good a citizen. Mr. and Mrs. n S. R. Roberts entertained qulto number of visitors last Sunday. TVNKH Tyner, Jan. 22. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rader will go to housekeeping this weok. W. M. Duncan's school closed, sa.urday, with a nice entertainment, and a candy treat. Somu fiuo music was given liy Charlie and J. S. Mooro and S. D. Rice. .Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Moore are gono on a two wooks' visit to East Bernstadt, Livingston and Berea. Boyd Farmer will begin a two months winter school at Tyner this week. Walter Creech is attending the S. B. M. S. at London this winter. W. R. Rader made a business trip to Manchester a few days ago. Film Nantz 'will make his futuie homo with his uncle, J. H. Joues. George E. Moore Is no better. Mr. Page, a traveling musician and sleight of hand performer, was in this vicinity two nights last week. and others went hunting, Friday night, and killed two raccoons. Mr. and Mrs. James Short of Mnulden vis ited tho latter's father, Edmund Chestnut, Saturday night. Miss Urs-le- y Estrldge entertained a largo crowd of young folks lust Sunday. Among them wero tho Misses Bertha Bowles, Ruthlo and Laura Wilson, Fronlo Estrldge, Julia and Lizzie Ferguson and others. All report a fine time. Johnnie Callahan left Monday morning for the U. S. army. George Dunn accidentally stuck a nail through his foot last week which Is giving him some trouble. Mary Carter of Ethel and DaUy Edwards of Sextons Creek visited the latter's grandmother, last Saturday. Jesse Rowlett of Travelers Rest, who is working for tho Oil Company, pass;d thru hero last Saturday drumming. Henry Rico made a business trip to Mack Clark Manchester, Friday. wi'l leavo next Mouday foi Richmond whero ho will enter school for the wlutir term. Miss Ida Pennington Is attending uchool at Burning Springs. George Hurley and family have moved to London. W. T. BrownTng Is in no better health at present. Ky., Dec. 25, 1010. nt IADIIL CGUNTY IIOMIAM Thero havo been many sad tleathn also weddings nnd dozens of births 'round about Unit are never mentioned. I know you want news but you get but little newu from this place, I do not care to mentiou my name as you might think Hint I want tho job, but everybody kuows that what I am writing is true. Your subscriptions would be mote numerous here if your corre. spondeut would really send you the news. I read your paper nud liko it very much. I am your friend, spondeut. Berea Citizen: I have often thought I would tell you how the correspondence here is carried on. Tho party that writes the news from here never nnutious anything of importance. The fact is, there is but little mention of any oie but the family and relatives of the corre. uj-.ia- Bonham, Jan. 20. John Hosklns has moved back from Bell County to his farm near Bonham. William Pe ters has sold his farm to A. Smith for cglu hundred dollars. Robert Sponce from Berea is visiting friends near Bonham for a few days. Aunt Betta Wyrlcks is In very poor hoalth. Miss Linda Johnson who has been sick bo long is slowly Improv maulii:n Maulden, Jan. 22. The peoplo of ing. James Carr has gono to Rich this vicinity are doing a great dual mond on business. of carpenter work. Ben and Allan ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Holcomb and Fred Loo ,12ft last week OOOCHLAND Daytuu, Ohio. Tho Miss.s Laura, for Etta and Doia Amyx of Egypt were Goochland, Jan. 20. Prof. J. It. visiting their sister, Mrs. Wm. Far- Dickerson of Livingston, Ky., is t.a.h- mer, here, lust week. Marcus Cook Ing a successful school at Goth who has been lu very poor heultli land. Tho .Mountain L.ly Rebcl.ah for sjmo time is impiov.ng. Miss i.odgo met last Thursday night and Davis is visiting her Sister, Mrs. had a free supper. All reported a Cora Mi'uai ut Ltlitl. M. S. Simpson fino tlmo. R. H. and T. D. Philips will begin a subscription school at wero visitors at Big Hill, recently. r, Mt. Gllead ou tho 23rd. W. S. John Witt and who wero v.sltlng tn Charles Tlnchcr and MUs (oochland, Saturday and Sunday.--StellEthel Davis are attending school at Sparks of Elon is utOndlii; McKce. tho Normal here. Walter Martin has purchased W. 11. Itaacs' farm CLAY COUNTY near here for J350. Frank Hampton HKXTONS CKKKK who has been sick for somo time btlll Sextons Creek, Jan. 21. J. A. Hun- continues low. A protracted meeting ter, Mrs. Annie Brewer, Uttlo Llis will begin tho 21st. Eabom Johnson Smith, eon of Marlon Smith, and Lu-l- a has purchased G. V. Gabbard's farm Burch are sick this week. Mrs. in Goochland for J 100. Natinlo Edwards will start to Louls-vill- o wii.imi: to have an operation performed. Wlldlo, Jan. 23. Born to tho wlfo Mrs. Wes Johnson died last Wo.nv of Mr. H. S. Coffey, a fiuo girl. Mr. day. Scl.o.1 closed here, Wcdn Coffey wero tho gu sts with an entertainment. David Bow- and Mrs. Sam S. Griffin last man of Alger Is very 111. G. V, Hun of Mr. and Mrs. G. Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mlla ter went to Manchester, Wednesdty, was lu Livingston last wock on on builnefs lho Rev. Albert Bowreman filled his regular uppo ntm lit business. Mies Vlrgiu Brown has turned from a visit In Boll County. Mcat C.rlnt!', Sunday. Robert A. Jones was brought down Queen Is orectlng a naw storo house Dr. W. near tho mouth of Anglln. T. II. from Gibson Infirmary to his father's Hurst has the Odd Fellow Hall near- homo last Sunday where ho has been ly completed. 11. R. ItowLtt las rapidly improving. Tho Uttlo h Id contract 'd to deliver Brlgg'a wagon of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reynolds who baB been sick so long has about reaxles to market on shares. J. A. Hunter had a corn gathering, Mou- covered. Tho little child of Jack Barnett has pneumonia fever. Mr. day. and Mrs. Leonard Martin visited Mr. IWIININO SPKINGH and Mrs. Richard Early last Sunday. Burnlrg Springs, Jan. 21. Mrs. Miss Tea Fish of Mt. Vernon visitMarshall Webb was burled at Mace- ed her grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Mar- donia last Tuesday. She leave a et, last Saturday night. Leonard Bur-Urge circle of friends besides an aged dette, the son of Allen Burdette, husband and five children, Dra. Ro- - who fell from a tree and broke his f Far-moa and relatives at Boone, Saturday. Geo. Poynter who Is employed at Morgan, Ky., visited homo folks, Satur- day and Sunday. A. D. Wren was in Madison on business a few days last weok. OUI.AMMI Orlando, Jan. 21. Several of children In this vicinity aro suffering with whooping cough. Two.' of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Head's children havo typhoid. Miss Minnie Scott is upending tho week In Livingston. Stovo Gibson Jumped from u freight train while crossing tho bridge n"ar Livingston, recently, and hurt his head very badly. D. G. Clark mado a flying trip to Idamay this week. Miss Martlsha Singleton and Mra. Lena Allen called to sco tho sick children of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. He.il, Sunday night. Blgo Wood of Conway was hero this week on buslnesj. Mrs. Efflo Ballard is visiting relatives at Wildle. Win. Anglin who is itudylng telegraphy hero visited honi' folks near Climax, Saturday and Sunday. Sunday school at Maplo Grovo Is doing very well. Illinois in a few days to their father, Elby Rovls. Cross tie hacking Is now. S. tho chief occupation hero B. Kelley told a nice drovo of goeso this weok. Elbrldgo 0slesby jais d He i thru our town ono day this week. Is looking for a school for tho summer. Vergil Blcknell sold n lluo tho drovo of hogs this weok to James , ' co Combs at Speedwell. TUAVKI.I.KIIH 11KST OWSLEY COUNTY Travolers Rest, Jan. 18j School Is progressing nicely at this place S. P. Caudell loft for Richmond, tho ICth, to spend tho winter In school at the E. K. S. N. 3. Robert aud Henry Botner left the ICth for Louls-vlll- o to tako up posltious they havo there. BenJ. Botner made a business trip to Booneville, Monday. Dr. J. D. Herd was In town, Sunday, visiting frlonds and relatives. Robert Botner, a traveling salesman, has gono on a business trip through tho niountuliiH. Chief Caudlll visited J. Price, Satur-urda- y night. Hliam Botner mado a business trip to Heidelberg, Saturday. GOOD HEALTH 1 MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON RESOLUTIONS ad-e- Jan. 23. Miss Gusslo Ruckor went to Richmond, Wcdnns-dato attend the wedding of Miss C. Cordio Wickers and Mr. Grover Korns. Charlie Powell nud Ch"st'r Parks wero In Berea, Tuesday, on business. Jim Murray Is vUitlng rePeters, latives In Clay County. of Berea, formerly of Owsloy County, bought Author Rlddell's houso und lot for 51,700 and Is moving this weok. lrvlno Roberts has from Jackson and Clay Counties whero he has been buying cattle. Tho Misses Oraco and Anna Roberts of Mote, spent Thursday with their sister, Mrs. Sunda Clark. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Powell and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hudson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Powell of Big Hill. Sunday school la held every Sunday at 2:30 and prayer services every Kingston, y, Wednesday night. Every one la In- - "Resolution Number One: I will try to becomo more Intelligent concerning my body," tava L'octor Joan Williams In Woman's Homo Companion for Jauuary, "looking with greater respect upon my physical resources aud tiylug to realize more fully that upon thorn tho force und succeta of my Hie largely depend. "Resolution Number Two: I will arrange. If possible, to supply sufficient puro air for every breath 1 lake, thus better to combat every sourco of disease that might attack me, to tmprovu my chance for lorn; Ufo and to Increase my efficiency. "Resolution Number 'lime: 1 will be kinder to my digestive organs, avoiding all excess and not asking them to strugglo with food for which they havo repeatedly shown antagonism. "Resolution Number Four: I will bo-fo- ro e