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The Citizen BEIIEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY 2, 1911 Knowledge is power-- is tfca way to keep op with meter knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XII. One Dollar a year. No. 32 WHERE SHALL WE LOOK FOR JUSTICE? bad, but we hadn't taken tho time to look up tho figures to provo it. Mr. C. S. Wilson, an old friend and associate teacher, now a clerk in the office of tho Clerk of the Court of Appeals has done it for us. Every Kentuckian should read his nrtl-ol- e which wo giro all the prominence possible in this issuo. Hero is a quotation from it: "Hancock county with 8,512 inhabitants lias oiio Ktato representative while tho counties of Bell, Harlan, Lrslio and Perry with a combined population of 67,214 havo but one representative." Can any one be found anywhere who will attempt to justify audi discrimination? No, not in the open, but a political party can be found whose work It in, whose policy it is, and we may add xchose crime it in. The quotation given above doesn't show it all. Let those who want to be thoroly awakened and thoroly aroused read the entire article, and then let them engage in a little research themselves hunt up n few more figures. No wonder wa have bad Republican State officials at Frankfort and n Democratic Legislature. In tLe case above cited, if Hancock county bns her rights in one representative, Bell, Harlan, Leslie and Terry are deprived of six. And if Warren has her rights with two, Whitley, which has none alone, but one in combination with Knox, should have two. Likewise, if the 14th Senatorial District is entitled to one representative in tho upper House, the 17th should have four senators. It is easy to see. The Democratic Party in order to hold the Legislature has had to disfranchise of the votes in four mountain counties, all in Whitley, and, just what proportion inotber counties any one who is interested can quickly determine for himWo knew It was THE FOUNDATION OF FORTUNE Trie 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. Watch This Space Berea Bank & Trust Co. FAREWELL RECEPTION TO WEDDING TURNS IN OUR OWN STATE self. R. R. COYLE - Berea, Ky. NEWS OFJHE WEEK The Trouble of Royally New Ruler for Canada McCurdy Lights on the Waves Dead Lock In New York Up to Democrats. THE TltOUDLES OP UOYALTV la reported that tho Queen of Spain, who Is now In England, may never return to the Spanish capital. It la laid that tho cscapadci of her husband. King Alphonso, In tho high It Ufa of Paris and oven In London, when ho visits that country, havo unendurable. And In London King Gcorgo Is sold to bo In trouble. Not that ho Is falling now to live an exemplary life, but ho is greatly worried over newspaper reports of his tendency to sow wild oats In his youth and Is suing a certain purveyor of theso stories. COMMERCIAL CONQRES3 congress A Southern Commercial will bo held In Atlanta, Go., March be-co- (Contlnurtl on fifth p.jr. sentation. The party of Jefferson and Jackson. No, we forget. The party of Joe Blackburn and one whom he forced into martyrdom thepar-t- y of equal rights to all Democrats, but equal to tbem only after the party conventions and primaries. But our "glass house" is in danger. There is discrimination other than pol i tical and by others than Democrats. A great Commercial Congress is to be held in Atlanta. Kentucky is asked to send representatives. Governor Wilson appoints 10. How many from the Mountains? Not on. Of course there is no justification, but an explanation isn't hard to find. None is needed further than the one given that the party orrtn nff ifl(letermined,'to hold thejob" at whatever cost of honor, truth or justice; and bo it enacts that a man that chances to live in a certain part of the mountains is only of a man after all, or, if be chances to live in Whitley county, he isn't that much of a man he is no man at all. But we wouldn't be unfair. Maybe we are on the wrong track. There may be a kind of justification. Possibly it is the Republican that is no man at all. Surely a Democratic Legislature wouldn't disfranchise the Democrats in the Mountains. Ah, the secret is' out! In Bell, Harlan, Leslie and Perry about one seventh of the voters are Democrats and in Whitley and Knox about one fourth. Only Democratic voters then are considered in fixing the ratio of repre- n'(io h Miss Josephine Robinson la Married E. D.Roe, of Syracuse University, Noon Wednesday, at the President's House. Weddings will out. There is tho proverbial little bird, or, if tho little bird doesn't get busy, tho walls havo ears and tongues, too, for that matter. But it was tho llttlo bird that vis ited Tho Citizen office. It mado its first visit last Saturday, and surpris ed us as birds always do when they chance to como in thru an open winbird dow or door. This particular acted very strangely excited as most birds are in tho present of human beings or editors. It was plain that it had something to tell, but its language was a little strange to us and wo could only make this out: 'Miss Robinson has obtained leave of absence and is now packing her llto Prof. Last Legal Hanging; In the State A Shocking; Crime Reaulta of Stamp Sates O'Rear Indorsed. A Professor from tho Stato Agricultural College of Alabama made a visit to sotno central Kentucky stock farms, last week and purchased nine Hereford heifers. It is the purpose of the stato to establish a breeding herd of beef cattle. Kentucky is all right in tho cattle line, and Alabama thinks that the Hcrefords are the best for beef. LAST HANGING Tho last legal hanging In Kentucky took place at Plneville, Monday morning, tho 30th. Tho victim was James White, a colored boy, convicted of criminally assaulting an eight year old whlto girl near Mlddleaboro, In July, 1909. Whlto confessed thq crime but tho first Jury failed to agree as trunkB." A day or two later tho llttlo vlslt- - to the death penalty. (Continued on Ult pag. Coutlnotd on fourth page. February Clearance Sale I As the Spring season approaches we find our shelves overstocked and no room for the new Spring and Summer goods that are coming. We must clear our store of this surplus stock, and to do so QUICKLY we are going to offer all we have at a reduction in the regular prices. A large part of the Winter is still to come, and high shoes may be worn for a long time. You should take advantage of our liberal reductions and buy shoes now. Every shoe in our store is of the highest quality and workmanship. They are all new and and represent exceptional values both for wear and style. Look at the low prices at which we are offering these excellent shoes. up-to-dat- Moaett Savimo Shoe e, l w I v--i Jvin v vwr v n Sale mi 23: II Men's Women's Children's SHOES Women's Shoes All Up-to-dat- Men's Shoes Exceptional Values in both Dress and Work Shoes. Investigate these Prices. e. Newest Leather, Gun Metal, Kid and Patent, on fine fitting lasts. Regular $3.75 Shoes Regular $3.50 Shoes Now QQ O 7C aU I nJ Regular price Regular price Regular price Shoes now Shoes now Shoes now Shoes now Shoes now Shoes now Shoes now Regular price Fancy Dress Shoes $5.00, $4.00, $3.50, $3.00, now now now now $4.00 .. 3.25 . . 2.85 . . . 2.35 . Here is an Opportunity for Economical Parents to Secure Good Wearing Shoes for the Children A Like Opportunity for Those Who Want Pretty Stylish Shoes. BUSTER BROWN SHOES Shoes for Boys and Girls SECURITY SCHOOL SHOES Regular price Now $3.00 $2.5Q dJO OC Regular $3.00 Shoes NOW or aWtfJtJ O Regular price Now PsKJ LflO 1 O 1C C High and Low SolM $8.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 Top-Wo- rk Shoes $6.25 4.75 4.00 3.25 2.85 2.50 2.15 Leather Regular price Now $2.00 Regular $2.50 Shoes Now 9 d 1 JLt C Regular price Now 1UJ $1.75 $1.50 1 CA Regular $2.00 Shoes leeJU J gQ : Regular price Now 1 OC LmiO TMt II 1 a oil THE ttfmeiican SHOE This Sale begins Saturday, February 4, and Lasts Fifteen Days. COME EARLY AND GET FIRST CHOICE. RHODUS Zhc , HAYES SHOE, 5! (RuaUtB Stove Pape Two THE CITIZEN HAMILTON S FIRE SPYING FOR OTHER WORLDS TO CONQUER i I February 2, 1911 CANADIAN PACT ' The Citizen Was . Ey. fMMinl r.cry TtataCay at """""BEREA PUBLISHING CO. ff mil? for ill thst rwpptrlatersitlng. It rlgM nd OUT ELIJAH'S VICTORY 5VmI SPF.CTAGULAR HitH MO 1 f P. Faulkner, Editor and Manage (li7TjMrmt4) UNITED AGREEMENT BETWEEN STATES AND DOMINION SENT TO CONGRESS. MANY ARTICLES ON FREE LIST tnitj Un fr TA. lor Thu I 12, 1911 SraJr Artit TI'XT will " Ppr 1; i7-- Subscription Ratos PAYlSUt IN ADYANCI SM U Mestk Montlt ICarr Milling Co. Plant Com pletely Destroyed W LriHXO.V Mrnrnrr TIMB--Tlirr- CIOI.KKN' Tr wlom ) nm Taa araat tni nmry try rtrr. Draft, St (tattrtd rcl-cff- VERY LITTLE INSURANCE CARRIED Origin ef the Fire a Myitery Wind Carried Sparks and Threatened Other Property, But Work ef Fire- men Saved It Narrow Escapes. . I r er KaprtM V.' o i ey Lctltr, r u4 w aelitnl. Una pmnitnEt ebaap vita Bt rataertptJotu and prompt M wait. Send lor malms UN. llbttil Urma slrta te iny who obtila erw irt after mr aia ea dittyour tUcr(ptio U UVcl It It U u pi Am M it akorrt wiikta Uttt wtk atar ftarwal Miff u. Mliilc r aarabari wtU fc f taSly aBppUc4 if w wWcrlptloot lor a. ataloi; paarly Mtxcrlpttoat ca larkfBMll for oo ynr, Aatniiag run oa appWcaUan. Axy eae EJSjrTTCXY tarTaaClua or m foar Iraa iiimn rJU Hamilton. O. No more firo has occurred In Hamilton for years than that of the Carr Milling Co. The wind was blowing a gale and great pieces of flaming wood were carried over the thickly populated buslnes by .rnyrJa&i of district. cparks, which added terror to the property owners and business concern. Every available foot ot hose was In cse. The Can- Milling Co.'s loss !s placed at $73,000. Insurance only $17,S00. Mr. Carr is prostrated over bis Iofs. For a tlmo It looked as though the Immense Sohngen Malting Co- - arrow the street, was also doomed, but the firemen, aided by a change of the wind, were enabled to prevent further encroachment of tho flames. There Is a possibility that the 10 0ft) bushels of wheat stored In the big elevator may not bo a total loss. The origin of the fire Is a mysteryas there was no firo In the furnaces, the mill having been shut down for two days. - " Hi 23 FAST YOUNG SUPREME TRIBUNAL OF UNITED 6TATES RULES "BOYCOTT-LITIGATIO-N OUT. I itSOOATlOX. Prince Kropotktn has discovered the bacillus of gout. This win be glad news for old man Common People. One o? the sculptors explains that he If seeking a divorce for art's sake. Ho will haTe to lio us the art. A doctor claims to hare cored hundreds ot people of the drink hahlt by feeding them apples, flare the orchards. It seems now to be accepted In aviation circles that the equilllbrator Is the sort of tall that tries to wag the dog. FOUNDER D. A. R. DEAD. Prominent In Other Societies Able Parliamentarian. An Washington. Mj Mary Desha, one Slowly bnt surely we are drifting along toward the Cme when another of the thre founders of the National president's message will have to be AocSntion of tho Daughters of the American nevolutlon, dropped dead on considered. the Btncot. Dojba was of distinguished Ml "Just drop down and tee as" will be a liberal Invitation If people fol- Kentucky ancestry, and employe! In low the precedent set of calling In tho patent office. She was ono of the an aeroplane. best women parliamentarians In the country. Besides her D. A. R. affiliations MiM Another college boy has dlod of Injuries received In a foottall game, Desha was one of the founders of the but there Is no Indication that the Mary Washington Memorial associaFooball tion, as well n the Pocahontas Memosacrifice will bo stopped. pays too well. rial association. Of the latter organization eho was recording secretary A Massachusetts scientist nys that from Inception to the present time. animals have no Instinctive desire for destruction. This Is where they differ Diplomat Promoted. considerably from the enllglflened huWashington. Dr. I.uls Toledo Her-rartman contingent. the Guatemalan minister to the United States, has been appointed mingerm-proo- f A hospital Is one of the ister of foreign affairs in the cabinet latest and finest conceptions ot mil of that country. Ho Is now in Guatehullonaire generosity. Germ-proo- f mala City. Secretary of State Knot manity, however, would Eolve a very received a telegram from him andistressing problem of mortality. nouncing his appointment. Oculists declare that reading on the Is the cause of much eye trouble. Heading must now join uvTellng and love making in the list of things to be done at home. '5 SUIT AT MAIL HELD UP MAN ROBS COLORADO AND SOUTHERN PASSENGERS. RULE IT A MOOT QUESTION Robber Secures $117 In Cash Much Jewelry Is Wounded and Jailed Pueblo. Col. In and Issue Now Remains Whether Gompers, Mitchell and Morrison, Under Jail Sentence tor Conttmpl, Will Have t Servt Terms. n street cars ch'irch census of Chicago gives 9PO.00O regular church at tendants. IC would be fnterejtlng to know how many of that number are women on, how many men who pass A that city the plat's. A life convict In New York, who has Invented an airship. Is to be liberated from jail on ball to give him opportu nlty to perfect his invention. Justice In these bus? days must wait on prog, ress or run the risk of being unceremoniously shoved out of the way. Cuba proves Itself abundantly cap ble of raising something besides political ructions. The sugar crop this year Is reported excellent, which means good money and an excess of prosperity to the people. 8teady ap plication to the development of natural resources and exemption from political disturbances will make Cuba one of the wealthiest countries ot Its size Id the world. A Danish Inventor has succeeded In lighting Incandescent lamps by an eleo trie current transmitted without wires. Dut a greater achievement In the use of electricity without wires will be ta direct the current in such a way that It will perform the single task set for pi and go nowhere else, and will be free from Interference by other cur rents. It interference could be prevented, wireless telegraphy would be much more useful than It Is today. It would be a good Idea If the resources of science could connect those disastrous ocean storm with one the destructive forest fires. might neutralize tbo other to the eventual benefit of mankind. T-en The blfget ship yet has Just been Launched In Ireland. She Is a sixth ol a mile Ion, four times longer tan the height of I'ulker monument. Tbo age to big things of all kinds ix running that It is dlrtcult to realize the old maxim nil I holds true that It Is th little tblnfat which count. The bain tht summer have been finicky In '.he appetite: sometime they wcuW tak'i crlcketr. or grass hoppers: at other Intervals nothlur but frogs suited ibera; again It would be the lurid little lizard or the llthi r which did the uslneii Hut one fact about the bass has r snatned constant; fried soon after be Inc caught, be waa delicious. night-crawle- Reaching the conclu-liothat the Bucks Stove and Range company In St. Louts, and the American Federation ot Labor bad settled, their disputes out of ccurt. the Supreme court of the United States Friday decided that no Issue remained In "boycott" case for the the court to pass upon. The court proceeded to hear arguments on the "contempt" case which arose out of the "boycott" case. Woman Suffrage Favored. The court arrived at the conclusion Indianapolis. The Judiciary com- that the "boycott" case was moot, mittee of the senate reported favorably 3r one leaving nothing substantial to a bill providing for woman's suffrage be decided. in municipal elections. Senator Itovse, Attorneys on both sides being Inof Terre Haute, is chairman of the terrogated Informed the court that committee. an agreement had been entered Into between the company and the federaSecretary of the tion for tha settlement of their disWashitEton. Treasury MacVcogh presented a list putes. n of $7,500 hi claims dy Kasicrn Chief Justice White announced that fnom the govornmeat. The the court considered that this left money was awarded as damages for nothing but the matter ot costs to be land inundated and the jdgrnen.ta determined upon and that nothing rewere affirmed by tho supreme court. mained for the court to enjoin when Tho judgments are Lucinda Grizzard the case was passed upon Anally. 1 1.000; Lizzie SewaU, J4.000; Cora It was said that the case could not be considered simply to determine who Welti, 200. should pay the costs. Now the burning question Is whether Cave City. Joe Bruce, 17. was found alongside of the L. & N. railroad the principal officials ot the Ameritracks witli his head crushed and in an can Federation of Labor are to go to unconscious condition. Hp died later. Jail on charges of contempt of court It Is believed be fell from a train. Became they failed to obey the injunction issued by the District SuRobber. Henry W. Tjjchdflluy, preme court In the original case, Ixxiisville. Samuel JScmpers, president ot the voluntary prisoner at Paris, Texas, to serve that be robber! the postoffice at federation, is under sentence Mitchell, , Ky., Is a son of tho late Rev. twelve months In Jail; John of the federation, to B. Trchlffley, a former rector of Moriho Grace Iutheran church, thin city. serve nine months, and to Frank serve six Its secretary, He wx" express agent at Gkfnnn, as rison, months. o.stmae.ti-XBbiwell an ho'ding the there. FIGHT PERU AND ECUADOR Carrie Nation Dying. Eureka Springs, Ark. Mrs. Carrie Hostilities Over Boundary Line Begun Nution, th notr-- temperanco Three Dead, Eight Woundtd Is reported rapidly sinking and her In Skirmish. U Imminent. death Guayaquil, Hostilities Kcuador. New Governor Named. have begun on the frontier of Peru, Mexico Clly. Col. Miguel Ahumada. according to advices received here governor of Jalisco, has been named Friday. to succeed Alberts Terrazan as gov. Two' hundred Peruvian soldiers aternor pro tern, of Chihuahua. Knrlro tacked thn village of Cbaoras, Ecuasecretary of foreign relations, dor, near the boundary. Three Creel, s still remains tho constitutional govwere killed and eight others ernor of the state. wounded. Tho Peruvian cruiser Almlraote London. John Ktpitnc, Grau has sailed from Callao for Payta father of Hudyard Kipling, tho noted nlth 200 Infantrymen to reinforce the author, Hed at his home at TUbury, frontier guard ot that country. Noted Painter Dead Insane Man Slays Friends. Iondon. John MacWhlrter. the Formosa, Kan. Willis Dales and painter, died here. He was Ixim near his wife, pioneer settlers In this part Edinburgh 74 years ago. of the Hate, were snot and killed at their home near here Thursday by Railroad Man Dead. a bad Washington Col. II. K Rufwolt. Harvey Wadlrlgb, for farmer who It Is 30 years. been tbelr friend vice jirtnldent and general manager of thought that Wadlelgh suddenly beOhio railroad, and one came Insane. the Mobile ttw of men In tho south. Med of pjieumonH. Coi. Russell came Sir Charits Dllka Dead. to Washington two day ago to confer Wentworth London. Sir Charles with President Flnley, of the Southern Dtlke died Thursday following a breakrailway, of which th- - lUiiflo & Ohlf down due to the strain of the recent Is a tvbld!ary lice. campaign Ken-tuckiad Ecus-dortan- Washington. Elijah went up to the highest point of Carmtl where a wide horizon of tho Bowling Officials Taft Plans Trip to South. Early In March, Imme- sea waa visible, and prayed for rain, Washington. St. Loul. R. If. Bryson ot Indianapopresident of diately alter congress adjourns. Presi- prayed "the tffectual fervent prayer lis was Friday the American Bowling congress and dent Taft will make a short swing tf a righteous man." which "avalleth A. It. Langtry of Milwaukee waa re- through the south, winding up at his much." Ho sent els servant to watch Dd It ciuo in abunelected secretary Milwaukee Is prac- home town, Cincinnati, where he will for tho answer. tically decided upon as the 1912 tour- spend several days before returning to dant rain. nament city. For Israel there came a now Joy In the national capital. The places be expects to stay at are. Anderson, S, C: the rain. It was tho proof of torsive, for Election Fraud. Atlanta, Nashville, Chattanooga and ncss. It was the osiuranre ot the diIndict Fifty-FivIndictCamden, N. J Twenty-siCleveland. He will be In Atlnnf. vine favor. It "fell on tho etll and ments for election frauds were hand- March 10 addresslnr the Southern ho good;" on the evil to make them congress. In Cincinnati good, und on the good to make them Commert-Ied down Friday by the Camden count grand jury, making total of 65 In he will speak to the Friendly Sons oi better, with new love, uew hope, uuv Joy In their God and Redeemer. week. St. Patrick March 17. e A score ot passengers the Pullman sleeper sttached to the Texas fast mall, on the Colorado Southern railroad, were held up and robbed Friday by a young man, who, slnglehanded, compelled them to hold tbelr bands above tbelr heads while be went through the car from end to end and relieved them ot all they had In the way of money aivj Jewelry. His total loot amounted to $117 In cash and a quantity of jewelry. After having robbed the car full ot passengers, b failed to make good his escape. Just as he jumped from the train, William McCafferty, a special agent ot the Denver & Rio Grande railroad, who was In the forward part of the train and who bad started back on bearing the signal to stop the train, reached the Pullman and poked his bead In the door. A yell from the passengers that they bad been robbed brought the situation home to McCafferty at once. The robber bad In the meantime Jumped from the car and suited to run. McCafferty drew his gun and fired at the retreating bandit, wounding him In the right JUDGE ADMITS USING CASH wrlsL After a short chase he gave hlmrelf up and all the money and Kimbrough of Danville Says Payments waa He jewelry was recovered. Were Legitimate Liquidations of brought to Pueblo and placed in Campaign Expenses. jail. He gave bis name as Al Buckley, but Danville, 11L One ef the most drarefused any further Information concerning himself. matic situations Vermilion (nunty has here ever witnessed was enacted U. S. AIDS DIAZ TO END WAR Thursday when Judge E. R. K. Kimbrough testified as to vote trafficking Troops Ordered to Four Texas Towns before a grand jury which he himself bad Instructed to Investigate the matto Stop Smuggling of Arms ter. to Rebels. Every effort was mado to saftguard were the secrets ot the grand jury room. Washington. Arrangements made Tuesday through the department Special bailiffs guarded the door. of state, the war department and the Just prior to entering the Jury chamdepartment ot justice for the United ber Judge Kimbrough admitted the States to end the revolution In Mex- truth of the reported distribution of ico. bags ot money on election day, This action was taken at the In"It Is true that I went around the stance of representatives of American city on election day," said Judgo Kimfinanciers having large Investments In brough. The method ta Danville has the republic of Mexico and comes always been to pay oft the organizaafter the Mexican government, through tion workers on election day. Ita diplomatic representative here. Am"I deny absolutely that the money bassador De La Barra, has failed ut- distributed from the automobile was terly to get any response to Its repre- to purchase votes. It was for organisentations that the revolution Is being sation purposes, a legitimate campaign fostered by the violation of neutrality expense." laws that prohibit the shipping from Judge Kimbrough was bWorj the one country to another ot arms and grand Jury 77 minutes. munitions of war to be used against Mayor Piatt followed Judge Kimthe constituted government ot that brough Into the Jury room. His stay country. before the Jurymen waa very brief. Orders were Issued to move United States troops, with pack trains, from Schenk Jury Disagree. Fort Sam liouston to Brownsville, LaWheeling. W. Va. Tbo Jurymen In redo, Eagle Psls and Del Rto, on the Mexican border. These troops will the case of Mrs. Laura Kirns worth patrol the border from Brownsville to Schenk, charged with poisoning her El Paso to prevent further shipments Lutband, John O. Schenk, reported of arms and ammunition to the Mexi- Thursday that they were unable to The Jury can revolutionists from their agents in agree and were discharged, stood 11 to 1 for acquittal. the United States. farm Products and Live Animals for 1U r the Market Are Included In Tariff PLAOH-T- Vi Changes Taft Urges Confirmation Orl mUmr waa nn Mutint farinrl. iwwr Ma tumtalt Tm alt of Treaty. nation an far from tlm mHtnt wnual Imve Ihu nwtlfiK unmotwile'l lr . Mie dl Washington. The new reciprocity rxMHltuim, arid l'j Inntn-opact recently agreed to between repSt James In his eplntlo tells u that resentatives of tho United States and Canada governments was made pub- Elijah had prnyed earnestly that "It lic Thursday, both In Washington and might wit rain," because thn famine seemed to be the only way by which Ottawa. Preildcnt Taft sent It to congress people tould be Lrought to repentance with an extended message urging the nnd that now, at tho end of thrt-treaty years nnd a half, he again prayed that confirmation of the proposed The state department gave out a sum' It might rnln. His heart was full ot pity. Ho saw mary of the tariff changes provided signs of reprntance. Tho time was for. which In part Is as follows: "The bads of the agreement Is this ripe for reform; and Elijah prayed tr . Reciprocity on leading food products, God for the blessed rain. God But It wa wisest and most f such as wheat and other grains: dairy products, fresh fruits and vegetables, fectivo for all that thn rain should fish ot all kinds, eggs and poultry, cat- come from God In answer to the proph tle, sheep and other live animals. el's prayer For the fact that came from tho two God through Also certain commodities now free In one country are to b made free by the his prophet would coin plot o the work other, such as cottonseed oil by Cana- of tho famine nnd draw men to the da and rocgh lumber by the United giver of the blesnlng. Elijah sent for the king to some in States. Tin and tin plates, now dutiable In countries are made mutually him. Thn prophet waji the greater and had more ouer That Aliah cam free. "Barbed wire fencing. now exempt- at all, shows thnt he rerornlzed tbo ed from doty by Canada Is also ex. tower of the prophet, and ot the true empted by the United States. Some God; and that he had been humbled raw materials, such as mica and gyp- by the famine experience. Almu's flmt sum, which enter Into numerous In- words were- "Are thou ho that trou dustries, are to b nude free by the bleth IsraelT He had no word to sav United States. Printing paper Is to of his own sin. he forgo tho Iniquity becomo free on the removal of all re- of the people of the land. In which strictions on the exportation of be had been tho leader; ho took no note ot the hand of Jehovah In the ca rates lamity, and tpoke as It thn whole mu"Mutually reduced Identical on secondary food products, such as ter had been a mere personal differfresh meats, canned meat, baron and ence between him and Elijah. Elijah bams, lard and lard compound., can- replied. "I have not troubled lurnel ned vegetables, flour, cereal prepara but thou, and thy father's house." Ell tlona and other foodstuffs, partly mauu jah then proposed that tbo question as factured. to who was the truo God should b. "Mutually reduced rnte on a list put to a fair and satisfactory test. of manufactured commodities, which They built an nlta; placed the rn( cutlery riflclal bullock upon It, and put no Includes vehicle, motor clocks and watibe, sanitary fixtures fire under It. There were too ninny eye satchels and similar leather goods upon them for any trickery, and not plate glass, brass band Instruments knowing what kind of a test waa to l printing Ink and miscellaneous art I expected, they had no opportunity to cits. Agricultural implements, such at prepare for any decelL It would alplows, harvesters, threshing machlnct most seem as If tricks not unlike that and drills arc reduced by Canada IC practiced jrar after year nt the the United States rates. Greek Easter at Jerusalem were fa"A small list of articles Is given at miliar to that nee Homo of the special by each country. Canada reexpressly state that tho Idols-trou- s duces coal to 45 cents per ton, and priests of an earlier lime wers cement to 11 cents per 100 pounds. accustomed to set fire to tho sacri"The United States reduces Iron ore fice from hollow places concealed to ten cents per ton. lowers the rate the altar, and It was an old traon aluminum products and on drested dition thst thn Baal prophets had con lumber. cealed a man for that, purpote beneath Total amount of duties to be re their altar, but that he bad died from mitted by the United States. I4.SS0, suffocation." They called on Bsal till 000. Duties to be remitted by Canada mid day, and )ct no answer of flri. $1,560,000. Value of articles now dutl came. Elijah mocked them. He held able which the United States propose up tho mirror before thorn mid pointto make free, $3,E 11.030, equal to 7C.4 ed out to the people the real situation per cent Value of dutiable articles on They grew frenzied In their excitewhich the United States proposed to ment, and cut themselves with duties, $7,5:1,000, equal to 14.4 wepons. Ilerodlan describes the their reduce dance per cenL Value of articles Imported of Heilogabalus round thn altar ot the into tho United States, which arc af- Emenne , Apulelui de fected by the reciprocal agreement, scribes r.t length and the fanatic leaping $47433,000, equal to 81 pr cent. and gashlnga of The treaty and message will go to Their feeling was thn execrable Gall that God was wull the committee on foreign relations. pleased with such tortures and pains. mie-ha- tf " -- Jlh Jl.'li to thrro ami aflr(' KHJli flmt wtirn-- l Alnt. . II lor 'TKXT " 'Oifwwe Kine li t. yon Itila dty w) l m-wsj- f saw-too- - pulp-woo- h sun-god- Tho only suffering with which God Is pleased are those which men under go for tho sake of helping and saving their fellow men; such iu Chrlst'a sufferings on tho cross, and Paul's sufferings to give men tho Gospel. They prophesied and cried in wild ccstacles, llko those lu ancient tlmo who thus In excited frenzies pretended to bo filled with the power of Ihelr deities. There was no answer, though Ihey continued their exertions till the time of the offering of the evening oblation. And Elijah said, "Come near unto me," so that they could see and hear, and could know that there was no concealment or trickery. He repaired the altar of tho l,ord that wen broken down. Oq this altar the wood and tho ttacrlflce were laid. Tho fire of the Ixjrd fell, not an accidental stroke of lightning, for the sky was clear of cloud. It was simply the direct act of God's will upon the laws of nature. No mere natural act such as llaalltes or snyone elso could io, would prove that It was God himself who was summoning them to obedience, ig would be a strange God, and Father, that could not use bin own laws ot Nature to produce moral effect. The proof was the because the divine firo not only consumed tho offering, but tbo water and the very atones of the altar. The people fell on their faces, and they said. "Tho Lord, he I God! tho mor-decisi- Lord, he Is God." This was n decisive, yet no mere sudden change; but one for which the famine, announced from God, had for tbteo )ears been preparing them; Just as the firo on the day of Pentecost camo to disciples who had hud three years of training under Jesus. February 2, 1911 THE CITIZEN NEW BUILDINGS KcpuMtcnns continue to disagree I tho end, for It tariff commission nn-U- Page Three KENTUCKY STATE NEWS MAY REMAIN FOURTH FOR UNCLE SAM Thrca Handsome Structures Arc to Be Erected in Washington for Departments. TARIFF PLAN CLASS. STATE ENCAMPMENT. CHURCH SUE8 CHURCH. of In May Knights Templar Will Gather Kllrabetiitown. An interesting suit won filed In Um Hardin circuit court lc In Lexington. whlcJi tho trustees of Uio Whito Mill Houmnvt. A rcnmtlrm was mining Iexlngton. Webb commandory, of McUiodUt church congregation are by Uio fitting of a unit of Injuctlon iu this city, has legnn preparations for plaintiffs and Uio trustees of thoChrln-Ua- n tho PuKiakJ circuit court ugnlnwt tho tho Dlalo encampment of Knights Temchurch denomination defendants. oily council nnd tho city OHacssor to plar lo bo hold hero May 17 nnd 18. Tho two congregations Jointly owned lrevent liiom fnnu taking an ouschm-inc- An oxocutlvo com'mlttco was organized, tho White Mill Union church and tho of tlio city until April. Tho real MoUhod'iiLs nro necking to recover Attto la to prevent Somerset from be- wlUi John C. Cramor chairman. Sub- from tiio Christians tho latter pro ing dcclanxl a city of tho third dln-- i. committees wcro also selected. rata of tho expem: of recent roalrs A number of tho Inrger command-crie- s on tho edifice. Tlw lotltkm BctsNip tho fact that In tho Dtato are already engaging the acX of tho legislature In placing Someruot Jn tho third clana In In di- headquarters, and tho local knights exMOONSHINE IN A TREE. rect violation of tho Klato conn I J Li it Ion, pect n greater number of swords In booautw Sxnnoruot did irot then, and Ilno than wns over witnessed nt nn Whltiaburg. United States Marshal 1(kh not hnve Uio riquMto num- annual meeting before. Somo of tho W. L. Short and n ose of lllclimond most prominent Templars In tho Uni- returned from a moonslilno raid In ber of hklioJbHniitH to cntltlo It 4o ho ofcu-art-t on a city abovo tho fonrtli ted States, among them tho present Losllo nnd Perry counties, where thoy oIiihm, vlicro It lm been for years. head of tho order, William II. Mellsh. cut threo pioneer stills, ono of which Ttk uUlfcm mrtj out that no uuncr-atlo- n of Cincinnati, tho present grand mas- was locatd In tho branch of a heavy woh dvmIu to ascertain tho popu- ter' of tho grand encampment of tho topped plno trco. Tho alleged lation liofuru Uio hill passed tho legis- United States, wilt bo tho guests of In this unlquo location, Sol Ponlature, mkI Uttt the federal crrumom-ott- , Webb comniandery during tho con- ders, was nijrrohendi"d and brought ukm nlnoo Hi at time, hIioww tint clave. hero for trial. Somoxnct Ias only 4.K00 population, or " NEW PENCIL FACTORY. f tho Jtrrt a Httlo mono than FORMER SENATOR DEAD. roqulrod iwuilior. Farmer Getting New Wire Fences For Lebanon. Hon. Harry Iancnster, Old Cedar Ralls and Ports. former seuator from this district, died WILL ISSUE MAGAZINE. nt his homo of heart trouble. Senator Hurnsldc. All of tho machinery has Lancaster wns 10 years old nt tho time lcxligron. five ntudontB of the College of Ijiw of Stato uuivcrnlty liavo been received for tho lead pencil man- of his death. For many years ho was KvMcd to pitUrbih n tnnnUily niaga-zl- ufacturing plant and is being lustnll-id- . deputy circuit clerk of this county nnd About CO peopln will bo employed private ocrctary to tho Hon. 1). H. Tho ixuno for tho now publlcit-(Ioand tho date of Its initial muinhcr In the factory, many of whom will bo Smith during tho entire tlmo ho was wfll bo decided on In u faw ilays girls, besides tho fprco which will bo congressman from this district. Judges iAflcrty ami Ohalkloy, hends In tho field. This ilant will manufacTO CONDUCT MODEL FARM. of tho collogo, heartily approvo of tho ture cedar Into tho product ready for Danville. Sprolc Lyon3, of Louisplan. All tho work of gathering mate- tho lead to bo Inserted. It will be rial nnd odttlnK will lo dono by tho shipped to Ocrmany for the lead nnd ville, who Is a student Iu Central unifinishing touches. Thousands of old versity, of this city, has closed a deal Hludctrta and by mnmbers of tho of Iavt. An effort will 1k made cedar rails nre lielng taken from whereby ho will conduct a large model to woune oil cxtomlvu olmilatloa fences, they having been made years farm In tho vicinity of Iiulsvllto folago from tho very best of this product, lowing tho completion of his educaamong tho lawyom of tho state and will bo used In tho new enterprise. tion. He will take a full courso In the Cedar posts In many Instances are be- agricultural department of the UniDANK WILL RESUME. ing removed nnd n new wire fence put versity of Iowa after graduating here. In tho placo of tho old cedar ono by WllHnburg. T. Scott Mayes was riAvUvo to tho condition of tho company for tho farmers In for tho post3 which will be Its Uio CcsitJul bank, which cla-tcdoom rcorjjJIy. Mr. Mayes, in con- used In manufacturing tho lead penPadcn City. A movement has been cils. Tho Hurnsldc factor' will bo junction with Mr. Ramvy, of tbo Marled for Incorporation of this town. of otmtoVi office, has made a tho only ono of Its kind In Kentuck) steam Richmond. Tho Richmond Tory thorough Jnvcwtlgatlim of tho and nmorjg tho very few In the whole laundry, ono of the oldest Industries bank's attaint, and roinirts that noth- couth. of this city, has mado nn assignment. ing wrung was found, tho iuly tniubkj ROOMING HOUSE DURNED. Congressman! Swagar Ixmlsville. being a lack of avallahlo funds. A lory Shorlcy, wiho recently underwent an luta been nniK, and tho liank will Ixjulsville. Persons residing at the oK!rat!on for npnendlcltls, U able to ouratloa. Fontaine apartment Iioumj were routed walk. from their bals by fire, mkI in loss AGRICULTURAL TRAIN. Franklin John C. Clayool, reprethan two Iiouim Uio flames liad caused sentative from this county, sold two a kws estimated at 1 10,000. Tho losses I) il roc hogs, one weighing SOO and tho Three- Cars Will Make Twenty-Fivnro said to to covered by insurance. other 730 pounds. Stops on Q. & C. T1k honsv 1.4 owned by W. M. lteoser. Following the example A mad dog is believed Lexington. In believed, from Tho flro originated. It nt a number of western agricultural lirrfootivo wiring in Uio lasomcnL to have bitten over a hundred others. Institutions, tho College or Agriculture It is estimated Uiat thero nro 700 dogs In Uio village, and all will bo killed. of State university linB decided, In coNONE OF ITS BUSINESS. operation with tho Southern railroad, loulsvlllo. More than 70 men have to run an agricultural demonstration lAivlngtoiu Tho navy department been accepted for enlistment In the tniln over the lines of that system In luut ofllcially decided tint It i none United States army at tho local reKentucky, beginning March 6, and of Its Jjuttlnoss whether tho Imago of cruiting stntlou during tho present continuing onu week. The train will ItriKham Young is. on tlm silver norv-Ic- month. snake about 25 Btops on tho trip, each presented to tho liatUiwhip Utah Cynthlana. Dallas Chlnn, CC, died stop lasting one hour, during which by tho peoplo of that fttato, and has so aitcr a lingering Itinera. Ho was a In that section are Intlnm tho fanners noUiicd tho UL Uov. IxjwIs W. Uurton, of Col. Jack Ohlnn. Mr. Chinn vited to como on board and witness b:.hop of Uibv. Uitlseopal diocese, and cousin Coafedorato soldier In Morgau's wad a nnd several scientific demonstrations who had made protests to that command. hear short lsctures on agricultural others cffecL Raffert, II. IxuIsvlllo. Thomas topics. painter, 3S, was fatally Injured, probaThreo cars will compose tho train OLDEST PA8SI0NIST DEAD. bly, when ho foil from a bulkllng nno bnggngo car, a combination dining alighting on his bond, and emLiiucd sleeping car nnd n coach fitted up and I'aralysls caused tho fructuro of tho skull. Loulsvlllo. as a ploro to deliver lectures lu caso Ulchnnl Clarke, oldtho weather does not permit tho speak-w- deaUi of llrothcrthe Order of FaBsIon-lets- , (llasgow. T. HuUon, rtierift ol and Unteners to remain In tho open est member of appointed a womboth in point of ago and length Ikirren county, hasnew air. Incuinfbent Is Tho of service, In tho United States. He an loiuty. Tho demonstration train will start vtta 81 years old, and on December 27 Mlffl Verday Honeycutt, daughter of from Cincinnati March C, and will run tho lato Dr. J. U. Ilonoycuttt. on tho lino of the Queen & Crescent lar.t celebrated his golden Jubilee. Frankfort. A number of citizen'! of souUiern boundary of tho state, to tho FrankllngUm have organized anothor SHERIFF LOSES OFFICE. return to Lexington titer which It will bank. Its capital is fixed at $15,000. and go on the Southern to Louisville. ML Sterling. William Kowcn. Jr., Tho offlcorB are Harvey Jones, presiDanville, CJeorgctown and nil Intersheriff eject of Powell county, failed to dent; Jamos W. Kompcr, caaMcr. mediate towns. mu rdc-- ' execute a now bond as proscribed by Richmond. Tho law, and tho county court doolarod tho trial, under a chango of venuo to HEAVY DEATH RATE. oflleo vacant. Judgo llanlwick wns called January 30. This Thcnnas Hall as nhcrlff, with promises to be ono of tho most noted Lexington. If tbo records of tho city Dowon trials In tho history of tho state. olerk for tho your 1910 can bo takon J. M. Welch as ilciwty. Iiater county court opossun Franklin. A un a basis of onuiparfcwn, Lcxlnston Is executed bond, but tie pelt, tho first ever seen here, was ofdoomed, to oventual extinction by nvco declared ho wa too late. fered for sale by W. H. Saddler. He suicide. Tlw nnnual report of Clerk HELD OVER TO GRAND JURY. said he never saw any before tluU i. K. CVissldy. wtiich has Just been subhad not nt least ono Mack spot. mitted to Cho Unrtl of health, nhows Carllslo. Uliflianl Smoot, a youn? d OlaMgow. ItolaUvcs here wvro that duriog tho yoar 1910 tlwi deaths or mUduntR were moro than threo to farmer of this county, charged In a of tho burning to dentil or a thu ono grwitor than tho number of births warrant as mi ncceiMry Eon of John Prowttt, a in rosident families. There vino only fact to tlto ailegiM killing or an Infant mer of iioar Dry Fork. Tho fathor waj child of Mlm Um ra dray, had his ex- burning bromn sago in a field and the S12 blrliw and CCG doaths. amining trlnNaml wns hold over to child's clothing Ignltec. Conncmrt. W. I). WIndain, of Wash- tilo grand Jury undo? bond of t,000, Olendale. Tho gnxvry utoro of S. ington, H. C., an aservt of tho poirtotlleo u hlcli ho gave. It. Ioo was destroyed toy flro. Tho lass dtjiartmeiit, was In tho city looking Is estimated at $2,200 with an Insur-anc- o nvtir tho MiUa offcrod for tiho now fed-er- LEAVES PROPERTY TO HUSBAND. of $1,150. Damage to tho amount bulWlnt;. Lexington. Tho wUl of Mrs. Alice of JCOO was done to tho adjoining from Dudley McDowell, wiru W. A. McDow-c'- l, buildings. Tho fltw originated PROMOTING ELECTRIC LINE. general mannger of tho L. 4 U. Uio explosion of a gaiiolltio torch. Frankfort. Ono cent and costs oou. horbyviMe. lt. N. n. Waush Is nillrond, and daughter of tho lata tho lino lmiAcd upon John nrouiotof on electric lino be- lllahop T. U. Dudley, of Iiulsvllle, was stttuted iicratltitlJiK Us boii, Harold, Uio WJso for ML lCdon, nnd nJmltted lo probatn. Tho will was tween SheibTvlllo nnd 17, 1910. It bequeaths under 14, to work In a tobacco wareIk Ui actively nt work on tho propor- d tted January ull of hnr property to her husband, house. T. C. Geary, proprietor, wni tion. Ho states ixHltlvely tkvt to can requests that he bo mado executor and fined $5 and costs. Vho prosecution socuro sutriiHont cuidtal to build Iho no Inveutoiy bo mado of tho prop-cty- . was mado by Pat Fllburn, labor If tho property owners along tho that ' road lino will donato Uio right of way. Citltens Attack Constitutionality Act of Legislature. IS IN DANGER Republicans of One Faetlon In House May Defeat Commission Bill Arl- zona's Radical Constitution Imperils Territory's Admission to the Union. no, By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington. Tho government board moon-Bhln- 4 one-hal- of architectural award has passed Judgment on tho plans of tho architects who entered Into competition for selection as tho designers of the threo great new government buildings which soon are to b? erected. It la tho government's Intention to erect new buildings for the departments of commerce and labor, of and of stato, between Ohio avo-nu-o and Tho Mall, which stretches Its green way from tho capitol to Uio Jus-Uc- monnmenL Tbo money for the structures al- n Col-fcK- o Condensed News scc-pntn- o e o Fish-Wels- h mllU-whit- o ul - ready has been appropriated. It amounts to about $8,000,000. Authority has been given for iho employment of architects and' for tbo prosocuUon of tho building work. At tho tlmo that the government officials considered Uio project of deciding upon plans for the threo groat new buildings it was determined that only tho best talent Uio country produced should bo brought to bear In making the selections for plans. Three committees of awara, consisting of five persons for each building, were named to study tho preliminary plans from which a final selection should be mado. Nono of tho men appointed as Judges had been In tho field of competition, and all of them wcro distinguished In architectural work. Entering Into tho competition were E7 architects, 19 to each building. The Intention was not to sccuro fully developed plans, but evidences of skill In dlrccUng such elements of preliminary planning as would show that the ultimate work was certain to hold both beauty and strength. Uncle Sam's Extensive Plan. When the Jurors were ready to begin tho work of passing Judgment on tho plans submitted. Secretary of tho Treasury MacVeagh took them Into his offlco and told them that the present project was the beginning of the work Of taking over tho whole south side of Pennsylvania nvenuo for government purposes, and he Impressed upon them tho necessity of seeing to It that the plans which they approved were not only of high excellence, but woro In artlstlo sympathy with tho great schemo of a government park which was to bo added to tho grounds of Tho Mall and to occupy all the section south of Pennsylvania avenuo now given over to business Interests. Tho building for tho department of commerce, and labor will be tho largest of tho threo new structures. It will be Dvo stories high while the others are to be only three. It will bo f03 feet long with a depth of 300 feet. Tho elevation shows a plain facade, tbo chief feature of which Is a row of 28 attached columns. Tho building probably will bo of marble. An Interior feature of tho department of commerce and labor building will be t huge aquarium In Uio center. In which will be shown an exhibit of the bureau Today this Is one of the Of fisheries. nost Interesting sights In Uio city, but tho aquarium of tho present tlmo Is In a far off section of the town and comparatively few people know of Its existence. Beauty of the Designs. It Is virtually Impossible with a layman's pen to give an adequate Idea of tho beauty of the designs which are In the treasury now on exhibition building. A fine detail of the facade of the structuro Intended to house the stato department Is eight Corinthian columns flanked on cither sldo by six Tho four sides will Doric columns. present to the view 56 Doric columns, some attached and others standing absolutely free. In tho stato department building there will be a great dining room with a reception room on ono sldo and a smoking room on tho other. The head of the state department has occasion at times to pay honor to foreign guests of distinction, and the Innovation of Uio banquet ball with all Uio necessary adjuncts of kitchens and pantries will enablo tho department, by entertaining In Its own building, to glvo an entirely oftlclai significance to the receptions which tho necessities of diplomacy entail upon tho representatives of tho great government when representatives of other great governments aro ou visiting bent May Beat Commission Bill. Hoprvcntat-(of tho IrrBiiranco Co. for lmUana uud Michigan mot In iionkhuiou.il (xinviutlon in Imlhuiap-oUand oktxl for tho ensuing yoar II. H. Ktaithill, of Uwilsvlllo, frosldetit. Txwlavillc WILL SERVE WITHOUT PAY. Winchester. It was resolved thxt Um Democratic conimltteo of CLuk county hereby ngroiNt to aiiolnt election ofllcom In ovcry precinct in Clark county for the stato primary, to bo bold on May 27, 1911, who wfll bene Carllslo. Col. (irecn U. Killer and without pay. Ma). Horaoo M. Tnylor, of Tils city, North Mlddlotown. WhUo cieanlng liavo betui appointed as 'members of a ernall ESiotgun lliwrnoy Hagan a lad tho cowisltUx) having In chnrgo for tho unveiling of tho of 12, accldoutally dlscliarged tho Cen. John II. Morgan monii .cut Iu weapon and InUantly killed his little s'ijter, Nellie, agetl & yeam. I.exliigtou. PnxUntlal Kon-tueku Tariff commission legislation Is In danger. It has beon pointed out that before this some of tho Republicans VALUATION RAISED. oi one of the factions In the house Frankfort. An Incieaso of $2,000 i wero opposed to the Mil In tho form nillo of tho Cincinnati, Now Orleans In which Presldont Taft has given It It may be now that and Texas Pacific railroad was mado endorsement. In by tho stato board of valuation and these Republicans will succeed OBsossuncnt Tho valuo was fix ml al making such changis In the measure that It wlU not receive final endorse-soen$IC,000 a tnllo In 1910 and at $18,000 i mllo In 1911. Tito total franchise wa-- t President Taft la emulating the fixed at $9,010,120, from whloh theri Itoosovelt strenuoslty In his endeavor must bo deducted $C,0o0,800 of tangible to get tho facUons together on the prvjierty, leaving tho net frauchlso at I.ongworth bill, which more nearly $3,559,320, which Is nn Inereaio over meets his views of tho form which the last year. Tho net franchise In 19K legislation should take. The Demowas 3,lCS,SiO. crats wilt cot feo! at all bad It the L not enacted nt this tho present minority party 1n tho homo bollovos that It will be easier for It next year to nndertnko down- Trade Conditions Show Marked Imward tariff revision with a greater asprovement, But Are Still Below surance of winning tho npprovnl of tho the Average More Failure country. Reported. Cut. Appropriation May Be It Is oven posslblo thnt the present Now York. It. C. Dun & Co.'s weektariff board mny pass out of existence becauso of tho refusal of congross to ly review of trade said: Thero has been a distinct Improveappropriate $50,000 for tho continument In tho directions In which tho ance of Its work. There Is a disposition to cut tho proposed sum in halt progress of business contractions has nnd If this Is done, whllo the board been most pronounced. This has concan contlnuo Its work for somo time, tributed notably to the growth of conIts funds win disappear comparatively fidence, without which active enter-prls- o Is Impossible. Tho larger activearly and It will bo necessary to ask a Democratic houso for a further ap- ity In Iron and stcol, shaped tosom propriation, nnd It may bo that the extent by tho other Industiiea, the betDemocrats, Intent on tariff rovlslon ter feeling exhibited In tbo financial according to their own views, will re- markets and tho Increased confidence rcsuIUng therefrom, nro tho threw fuse to vote tho money. Of courso If a tariff commission Is most Important development of tho authorized tho present board will dis- week. appear, but It may bo that tho three In the Metals. members who constitute It will obtain Tho betterment In Iron Is chiefly membership In tho commission. The In finished products, tin plate, wlro tariff Is still by far the most momen- nnd structural materials. Tho adtous If not tho most sensational mat- vance of $1 a ton In wlro products was ter before congress. It Is sure of a closely followed by tho placing of the ltfo of perplexity to the parties long Now York Central rail contract for after the Lorimer case has been for- 17C,7(50 tons, whllo several othor railgotten and long after Mr. Dalllnger tonnago of and Mr. Plnchot have passed from roads havo taken moderate this class of equipment. Encouraging public attention. developments aro noted In Uio strucPresident Takes Long Walks. tural departmenL where manydoferred President Taft over since he has orders aro coming to tho fabricating been In offlco hns shown a fondness transportation companies for automobllo riding and touring. It mills and the work with greatIs nothing at all unusual for him to are giving out brldgo take spins on tho country roads In er freedom. Dry Goods Market. tho lato ovenlng hours after the day's Tho dry goods market Is exhibiting work and tile early evening's social engagements havo been closed. Re- moro encouraging aspects in various cently, howover, the president has lines and the outlook Is thus moro shown a return of his early walking favorable, desplto tho dlfflculUes of Possibly bo feels that he adjusting prices to tho cost of proImpulses. needs cxcrclso, for at this season of duction. It Is noticeable that theso tho year the golf links are hardly "hab- better reports como from no ono loitable" Occasionally Mr. Taft takes cality, but from nioat of Uio leading a walk which rivals In length somo of trade centers. Whllo theso Improvethoso which wcro taken almost dally ments In tho business situation do not by his predecessor In offlco. Mr. Taft, alter tho fact that tho volume of trado unlike Mr. Roosevelt, howover, docs Is still much below tho avcrago pronot attempt to scalo cliffs or to swim ductive capacity, yot tho Indications streams, but contents himself with a of recovery from the recent contracquiet pace along tho smooth highways. tion are very weleomo and encourage Occasionally tho president walks lng. across Highway bridge over the PotoFootwear Ordering. mac, which Is a good, long pedestrian Tho footwear markflt shows no matrip In Itself, and then extends his terial chango. Thero is sUll a confoot Journey to Arlington or Fort tingent of buyers In tho Boston marMycr, and turns to retrace his steps d havo placed to the Whito House., Tho president ket, somo of who'm orders as formerly noted, but, weighs over SOO pounds, but he Is o content to cxamlno and remarkably light on his feet tho majority aro conditions and postpone tho bulk of Statehood for Arizona In Peril. tho purchases until their return home. Tho wonder Is In Washington if, uttLeather Prices Firm. er years of striving for sisterly recTrado In leather continues to Imgoing to be left ognition, Arizona Is especially In sole and belting out of the Union of the states for prove, and transactions In Now York stock, some tlmo to come. havo been on a In about two weeks tho peoplo of and other markets Prices of sola scale. Arizona will voto on the adoption of moro literal tone, but upper tho state constitution which was drawn leather show a firmer up nt the constitutional convention. If leather Is still rather quiet. tho document In its present form is Business Failures. sanctioned tho friends of statehood Rradstrect's letter said: confear that tho president and the Business failures In tho United gress of the United States will inter2C pose a veto and that tho territory will States for the week ending January were 51.1, as co'mpared with 302 last bo obliged to wait much longer before week, 29.1 In tbo like week of 1910. It can becomo a state. Business failures In Canada in tho The progressive Republicans In Congress say that It la tho old time reac- week numbered 23, as compared with Uio corretion which Is manifesting itself In a 30 for Inst week and 43 In disposition to refuse to sanction the sponding week of 1010. The Export Trade. constitution of Arizona In Its present Wheat, Including flour, exports from form. Tho conservative Republicans, and tho president, too, for that mat- tho United States and Canada for ter, say that they are opposed to Ari- week ending January 2C aggregate zona's constitution principally because 2.132.C13 bushels, as compared with It makes the recall apply to Judicial of- 2,257.010 bushels last week and 3,118,-17(- 5 a fices, so that If & Judgo renders bushols this week last year. For even tho 30 weeks ending January 20 decision which Is unpopular, though It be founded on sound law, aro 70,841,516 bushels, as comho can bo kicked oft the bench "simply pared with 98,743,343 bushels In tho becauso ho has seen fit to do his corresponding period or last year. duty." Corn exports arc 1.8G3.313 bushels Progressives Say 8tand Firm. for the week, as compared with 2,210,-77- 2 Many of the progressive senators bushols last week and 1.378.C5C have written letters to the Arizona peo- bushels In 1910. For the- SO weeks endplo telling them to stand by their ing January 2C corn exports wero cause, that tho constitution Is simply bushels, as compared with progressive, and not radical, and that bushels last year. It would be better for the territory to remnln out of tho Union for a while, certain that It wUl get la eventuatly THE MARKETS undor tho conditions that it desires, rather than to yield anything to the clamor of reaction. Cincinnati Grain Market. Senator Jonathan Bcurne of Oregon, Flour Winter patents $4.30a4.65, Is snld was largely whose Influence It family $3.20a3.40. low grado $2.50a rosponslblo for tho election of n pro- do 2.7... spring patent $.".60a5.75. do famcongressive majority In tho Arizona Wheat No. 2 red 99ca ily $4.85a5.20. stitutional convention, has written a $1.02, No, 3 red 96a98c, No. 4 86a96o. letter to President Hunt, who presided Corn No. 2 white 484a49e. No. 3 at tho convention and In it ho says white 48a48&c. No. 2 yellow 48Vn 48a48&c, No. 2 49c, No. 3 yellow this: mixed 481fca49c, No. 3 mixed 48a48&c. "Tho question of who'her the president will or will not npprovo tho Ari- Oats No. 2 white 35V4a"6c, standard zona constitution should bo wholly Im- whito 35a35c. No. 2 mixed 34V4a35a Cincinnati Live Stock. material. The people of Arizona had $3aC.10, bntohor Cattle Sbtptws bettor Ioso statehood than yield the control of their own statu govornmenL steers, extra $5.C5a5.75, good to choice Dictation from ono mail In Washing- $1.75a5.C0, hoircrs. extra $4.40tt5.5O, ton should bo as distasteful to no peo- good to choice $4.COa5.40; owe, extra plo of Arizona as dictation from London $1.75a5, good to eliolco Hulls Ilologna cannors $2.50aS,75. was to tho American colonists." Calves extra $4.8Ca5. President Taft beforo long will ap- $4.10ai.75, fair to good $7.50a8.73, $9, point the members of an International Kxtra Hog3 common and largo $4a8. Joint commission provided for under a Good to choice packers and butchers treaty between tho United States and $SaS.05, packora $7.90aS, mixed drent Ilrltaln. The niombcrs of the common to choice heavy fat sows commission will attempt to eettlo bounpig (110 lbs raid kwa) $7.23 dary quostlons and water power 08.15. Bhoep Kxtra $4.25. good to right disputes between this country choice $3.60a4.15. Ivnittj Kxtra $0.15 aC.25, yearling $4a5. and Canada. Tbo terms of tbo International treaty Cincinnati Miscellaneous, contain ono curious feature. The comPoultry Hens 12o lb, spring chick, missioners aro given tbo right to fix ens Ho lb, duck lU&c, turkeys I! utter Oroam. their own salaries. Tho wonder Is just 20c, geee 9al2c. what tho limit of modesty will be. ory, extra 2ltic. flrsta 2Cc, fancy dairy It Is understood that ona or two mem- ISc. Kkk Prime firsts 22c, UrU bers of congress who failed of recogni- 2)e, Apices Fancy $L50ao a bbl, tion will be named for positions on the choleu $3.60a4 a bbl. Carrots N. O. Representatives and sen- 30a35o dozen. Celery 20u35c dozen. commission. Homegrown $ia4.50 ators recolve $7,500 a year as a salary. Kggplants (1 ropes Malaga $6.50a7 a a crate. Tbo question which Is agitating Washkeg. ington In an amused way whether of OnionsLomona California, $2.76o3.50. Yflllow 85a90c. whito $lal.0l not these officials of government wheq per ibu. Pmapphv $3a3.25 a crate. they become International commission- IVtotoi (Northern Ohio 45a48c a bu, the pay which 'Michigan and hisnegrown ((taSta a ers, will be content with they drew as representatives of only bu. Turuiim-Jlal.- lO bbl. one nation. legislation Is n good-sizeac-tlvts -1 MATERIAL GAINS" Page Four. U THE CITIZEN. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Februarys, FOR YOUR For other stock, a regtstored Tcrchcr-o- n Stallion, flvo years old, weighs about 1700 lbs. J. W. Hcrndon, It. II. No. 1. Heron, Ky. 1911. Groceries and CuvJiea GO TO osshol V TATUM'S --3 lbs Prunes 4 lbs. Dried Apples - 3 lbs. Dried Peaches, best 6 Bars. Soap - - - 7 V iJ Women with the tenderest feet can wear thi dress shoe. It bends with your foot, follows every movement just as a glove moves with your hand. You wouldn't believe a shoe could be so comfortable. Try it See how different a fashionable style like 42 this feels in the Red Cross Shoe.Br High Shoes $4, $4.50 and $5. Oxfords $3.50 and $4. FARM 17 acres mostly House, stable, fine closo to pike, two $300. Terms easy. Citizen office. FOR SALE under cultivation. spring, good land, miles from Dcrra. Inquire. lit The 25c 25c 25c 25c Deit Things Worth the Price. The best things are all Alcott: too cheaply purchased by a lifetime's toll. Fells Napthta, Ideal, Cleaneasy, Ivory. Lenox and Delphine, 3 for 10c Navy Beans - 5c per pound Colored Beans, 3jc per pound 65c Ideal Patent Flour 65c Fairy Patent XaBBBSaBBBBBB&ABHBBBBa! COYLE'S DRY GOODS STORE gat You pay lass or mora II o ooaoooooaoaooooooaooaoaoaooooaooooo r" Berea and Vicinity. GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES j o BUGGIES QUANTITY R. H. CHRISMAN Funeral Director and En.balm.nd A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. o 3oooooooooooo DR. BEST. DENTIST C'lTI rHOKK 1S3 OVER RACKET OFFICE ooooooaoaoooaooaoa Mr. Charley Adams is sufflccntly recovered to be out again. Biggest shoe sale In the history of Berea at Rhodus and Hayes'. Day Phone 26 QUALITY - Nldht THIS WEEK'S 46. EQUALITY A Carload of Banner Buggies at Welch's j FAREWELL RECEPTION TURNS ) ISSUE Mr. Lewis Shearer of Red House STORE who was in school here last year Is back for a few days visit among old friends. DAN H. BRECK left Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fire, Life and Accident last Thursday for a visitMoore Mr. with Insurance Moore's parents at BooncvlUe. Richmond, Ky. Mr. C. A. Rawllngs of Panola was Phoae 505 In Berea last wek. U & N. TIME TABLE Mrs. Forest Hill who has been makBound Local North 6:30 a. m. 11:00 p. in. ing an extended visit with relatives Knoxville BEREA 1:29 p. m. 3:57 a. m. In town left last week for her homo 6:10 p. m. Cincinnati 7:45 a. m at Mlddlesboro. Men, for the next 15 days, you can South Bound Local 6:40 a. m. 8:25 p. m buy a $5.00 shoe for $1.00 at RhoCincinnati 11:59 a. m. 12:29 p. in. dus and Hayes'. BEREA 5:50 a. m. 7:00 p. m. KnaxrlUe Miss Nettle Oldham Is the guest Express Trains. this week of Mrs. Bert Coddlngtou. Stop to let off and take on passenQuite a number of Berea people gers from beyond Cincinnati or from went to Xlcholaavllle, Monday, to ap' Atlanta and beyond. pear as witnesses in the trial of South Bound Grover Fish. 8:15 a. m. Cincinnati Mr. V. S. Glvens visited his wife BEREA 11:44 a. m. and daughter at Boonu Taieru North Bound several days last week. BEREA 4:66 p. m. Dr. Murison Dunn of Richmond was 8:35 p. m. Cincinnati in town on business, Monday. Miss Nannie Robinson who has been attending school at Beckley, W. Va., has returned to Berea for an extended visit. Miss Lillian Maupln of Richmond is Mrs. Frost pleasantly entertained tho ladies of the Convocation at her home, Saturday afternoon. She and other ladles gave a very Interesting program on "Jane Addams and her Anything you want in Carts, Buggies and Surreys can now be had at a reasonable price. We absolutely" guarantee the Full Wrought Hickory gear, the indestructible Banner body and the well made wheels, and with this guarantee goes the high class finish only known to our line of buggies. wo to gather that Mls Robin-son- 's substitute was on the ground and that sho was going away to This get her "Dartmouth Degree." statement occurs In Tho Citizen in another column, for wo Insert such things Just us they come to us, but wo put our own Interpretation upon tho expression, "Dartmouth Deor managed If appeared again and this time Coiitfnunl (rum fir.t TO WE0DIN6 Try One and We Will Show You WELCH'S Judgo Lewis' courts aro over and ho has returned to his homo In Berea. Do DEATH OF FORMER RESIDENT visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. B. Harris has returned homo after two months' absence. Mr. Harris Is a travollng salesman for the Globe Fertilizer Co. FOUND: A gold seal ring with Initials. Inquire at Citizen office. Mr. Robert Sharp, a former resident of Berea who has been In Kansas for tho past five yeras, Is visiting in Borco. Miss Annie B. Murray left Saturday noon for a few days visit in Lexington with Miss Carr who was here some timo ago. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Shadoln entertained at dinner, Saturday evening, tho Misses Greenlee, Roesche, Newton and Beecber and the Messrs. Smith, Porter, Marlatt and Wright. Don't miss Rhodus and Hayes' Big work." Mr. Wm. Huhn. the State Y. M, A. secretary, visiteu the boys a couplo of days last week. C. Shoo Sale. Mr. T. P. Wyatt has purchased the property of Mr. Chas. Hanson. Mrs. Hanson and family expect to join Mr. Hanson, who Is now in Oregon, tho first of March. touching lightly the horrible facts Mr. Alton Wallace and wife are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. which aro already familiar to nearly overy one. Ills talk was very InE. B. Wallace. teresting. Miss Grace Adams who Is a nurse Mlsa Anna C. Georgia of Sidney, In the Gibson Hospital is in Berea. N. Y., is hero to take Miss Robinson's Miss Margaret Dooley who has place as Mathematics teacher. Miss was very sick. been ill with typhoid, at the hospiRobinson Is going away to take her tal, was able to be taken homo, Mon- Dr. Emily D. Smith of Mansfield, Ohio, who has been working with Mr. Messier nt McKee and in Wolfe County, Is in Berea now. Sho is looking after the church work of Miss Lllllo A. Moore who, on account of her faithful and untiring work, has been compelled to stop and take a much needed rest. Ladles don't fall to buy a pair of $3X0 shoes for $2.75 at Rhodus and Hayes'. Tho Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. and C. E. Society of tho col lego met Sunday night together In the Main Chapel. Miss Alena E. Doering spoke of tho awful conditions among the people with whom she works In East Africa. Mr. Hope, an associate of Mr. Dagcr, working on the west coast of Africa, spoke, in the meeting that followed, of the wonderful results that they aro having in their work, Daniel K. Ilogle, formerly of Kenyour spring sewing now, before tucky, died at his home In Kansas the rush comes. I have my new stock City, Mo., Jan. 19, 1911, at tho ago of spring ginghams, laces, embroid- of G3, after au illness of only a eries, Insertions, yokings and flounc-ing- s. few weeks. Ho was born In Madison Mrs. S. R. Baker. county in 1813 whero he spent his boyhood days. His ancestor was a Bennett Fowler and wife nre ha py over the arrival of an eight pound pioneer on lower Silver Creek, and built Bogle's old mill which yet girl. The ten year old son of Thomas stands. Tho stone resldeuce built in 1776 at tho mouth of Bogle Branch Easley died on the 28th Inst. Is also standing. Lee Peters has moved to Kingston. He went to Clay County, Missouri, L. L. Shadoln will soon move from In 1S08, and later was married to Boone street to Chestnut street. Miss Amanda Keller. Until 1901 ho Judgo John Cook of Letcher County spent his life as a farmer and then stopped over with Judge Lewis for a moved to Knnsas City, Mo., whero few days on his way home from Ills brother, Dr. M. A. Bogle, lives. He Lexington. Is survived by a widow and three Andrew Robinson of Bereu and Flos children, Marcus of Oklahoma, Her itor and Keller Bogle. sle Smith of Cartersvllle were married in Richmond on the 28th Inst. The remains of W. J. Dougherty, LETTER TO THE EDITOR a prominent business man of Valley View, were brought to Berea, Monday, Eversole, Ky., and carried to Kerby Knob for InterJan. 27, 1911. ment, Tuesday. Editor of Tho Citizen, J. J. Martin of Rockford was in Berea, Ky. town, Monday. I was very, much pleased with your Albert Powell has returned from a article of recent date concerntrip to Jackson Co. ing tho Adams County scandal. Rev. Parsons will spend a few Wo mountain peoplo as a rulo weeks with his daughter, Mrs. Salllo have to bear tho brunt of news Fowler, In Berea. paper notoriety, but it becras that J. IC Baker Is in Jackson County Adams County, Ohio, is not far ahead on business. of us In morals. You deservo much Boys, bring your rubber and iron credit for this article. to J. S. Gott, on Depot Street for Tho Citizen as a whole IB Improving lilgh prices. Tho new serial Is very Interesting Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Lucas and Mrs. and tho short copyright sketches by Bert Ramsey returned from Cement, Edwards aro full of useful InformaOkla., Wednesday morning, where tion. I wish that there might be ' they had been called to soo Mr. J. B. raoro of them. Lucas, a former citizen of Berea, who Raymond Davidson. day. Bargain Day 2:00 p. m. SATURDAY FEB. 4 MRS. EARLY "Dartmouth degree." Miss Welsh entertained her Sunday school class during Vesper hour one night last week. Sewell Combs was pleasantly surprised by a little party at his table Monday night In celebration of his birthday. Our sale only lasts 15 days come early. Rhodus and Hayes. Miss Meddle Ovlngton Hamilton of Chautauqua, N. Y., gave tho lecture Monday morning in beautiful and simple language on Lowell's "Vlsl-Io- n of Sir Launfal." Sho talked later to some of the Normal classes 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE The Square Deal Store Best Patent Flour Meal, per bu $ .65 60 rJSEm TRADE A nron landing a.katrh and description m quicalr ajeartalu our oiIiIoq frt whatbtr an luvanllon U probablf palantanla, CurumuDUa. tiona.irlcOrconailaiilfal. HAHDSOM onl'auou Daiaiita. unt f ru. Oldaal airanr fur aacutlnaCu. lErouib MunrvJk 1'aKQta recalra muUlmAUt, without cbarte, lutbit Copyriohtb Ac. Dc aiaNa MARKS Potatoes, per bu 65. 1 can salmon and 2 cans apples .25 Any 3 of the following 10c goods for 24 Macaroni, jell-o- , dates and peanut Uo butter. boxes of evaporated apples or Peaches 25 For other prices equally as good, coll in person on 3 Uatrid waaklr. Tartaat rit. catalkm nt anr acianUSo Journal. Taroia. 91 A htadaoroalr Scientific Jlmtmn. tatinSrSrSKftt MRS. SALLIE FOWLER. tollota Concert company comes. Tho wonderful voice of Mr. Bartollota Is tho leading attraction, though Mr. Is Mrs. E. D. Hoe. (inylord Yost, the violinist, Is second And then tho showers of sincere to fow players In our country. good wishes and congratulations. Tho greatest number of all. howev Tho brldo and groom were for more er, will doubtless bo Skovcaard. tho than an hour In the midst of tho great Danish violinist with his $13,- pleased and happy throng. Pleased 000 violin und n world wido name as and happy about In tho room could master of his most charming Instru bo heard, "A fitting closo for thlr-tec- L ment. Ho Is supported by a singer faithful years of sorvico In and pianist of marked ability. and an augury of a happy future, Tho course closes with Packard. won and deserved. It Is not always tho greatest platform cartoonist. Ho that a life so signally lived for oth- will present on ovenlng of fun and ers as Miss Koblnson's has been finds wonder never to bo forgotten. hero such compensation as Is promThis course costs more than anv ised her In tho homo circle." ever given In Berea but tho prlco of Miss Robinson- - Is s well known season tickets remains unchanged, so widely loved among tho Only 75 centH for tho and four. renders of Tho Citizen as to muko This seems a very small nmoiint. further comment superfluous, but only IS 1 cents for each number, Boo Is not so well known. but wo rely upon tho support Prof. of a There were a fow at tho wedding who very large number of friends I had boen his pupils. Miss Itobtnson mid school to make good tho risk was ono of that number. Ho Is now wo havo taken for tho cood of hn John Haymond French Professor of community. Mathematics In Syracuse University. Tho Committee. Ho Is said to have a boautlful homo which Is equipped with nn astronomThe Qahamas. ical observatory. Indeed, Mathematics The Bahamas have no descendants Is his fort and sport, a point of now of the Indium whom Columbus congeniality. Miss Robinson's lovo found there. Thoy were carried away by the Spaniards to work In mines for Mathematics Is well known. After tho refreshments, which were and pearl fisheries elsewhere, when passed to the guests about tho parlor they wore not ruthlessly exterminated. and halls, the gathering broko up Of the white population many are the and Mr. and Mrs. Roe were left to descendants of tho loyalists of Ocor-(l- a and South Carolina who (led hithspend the afternoon with their more er when the United States became inImmediate friends. They left on the dependent. The blacks' speech prefast train which arrives In Berea at sents one specially curious feature: 4:G6 p. m. The student body turned they exchange their vs and ws, out enmasso to accompany them to as the Ixmdoner did when Mr. tho station. Songs and college yells Waller Insisted upon spelling hi fittingly conveyed their good wishes. name with a "We." Bo-r3-- gree." Of coursj wo were on tho lookout for ether developments and they soon came certain telegrams were being received and sent somebody had missed tho train but would soon arrive. Hut why should ho como? .Miss Robinson had been to Dartmouth before and didn't need an escort. Then everybody got wise. Mrs. Frost became rather nctlve, a farewell reception nt the President's House, a hundred guests, refreshments, Prof. Ilalno on the scene, reticent but nervous. It Is a bright spring day, tho the 1st of February, tho guests begin to nrrlvo promptly nt noon, they arc ushered into the spacious parlor, there is a bank of flowers under tho mantle and vases about the room, gossipy groups rather Intuitively encircle tho walls, tho center Is left vacant. It Is all out. Some few are taken In complete surprise, others have u knowing look upon their faces. Hut It was well planned and fittingly carried out. Miss Wales, unobserved, slipped to tho piano. It is the Wedding March. Prof. Halno inters tho room. He is followed by Prof. K. D. Hoc, Jr., with Miss Robln- son by his side. Thoy take their placo In front of tho flowers and confront tho minister. Tho beautiful und solemn words aro said as only Prof. Ilalno can say them. Miss llob-Ins- Wo called attention last wook to the necesulty which compelled us to omit our Homo Course In Health Article. Wo have not suffered It to be crowded out this week, and call nttentlon to It that those who have reading the nrttcles may not Imh'h pass it by. Thoso Interested In good roads should read the article on page 7, and for the children wo havo a poem on tho last page, but It will do for too. In our editorial we have called attention to Mr. Wilson's article on the need of Redisricting, and wo hopo It will havo duo consideration. Of course no ono will want to miss the Biblo nrtlcles. grown-up- s THE LYCEUM COURSE GOOD THINQSCOMINQ The students ami citizens of Here have enjoyed many treats In tho way and of Lyceum entertainments lectures In the past, but there have probably never been four numbers In succession of so high a class as those offered this winter. Realizing that an unusually largo number of lectures and sermons of an Instructive und uplifting nature aro brought to our people through other channels, tho comuiltteo are presenting only numbers of an entertaining character In this course. On Feb. 4th Montavlllo Flowers, ono of tho foremost Readers on tho American Lyceum platform today, gives Hen Hur, pcrhapu tho most generally appreciated reading presented to tho public, on account of the familiarity of its historic setting. Ono week later. Feb. 11. tho Dar- - February a, 191 1 . THE CITIZEN. Pace Five To The U NEWLY-WED- S Old Folks and Young Folks, Beginners Here is your oppportunity to start housekeeping or to keep on keeping house. During the month of January, 1911, I will refund railroad fare or livery hire, not to exceed fifty miles, to anyone who comes to my store and makes a purchase of not less thun a fifty dollar outfit from my complete stock of FURNITURE, CARPETS, RUGS, MATTINGS, STOVES, RANGES, WALLPAPER, BUGGIES, HARNESS, PIANOS AND ORGANS. H 1 furthermore promise and guarantee that I will furnish your outfit from a larger stock and lower price combined than you can find anywhere on a radius of fifty miles, Sears Roebuck not excepted. To make the proposition equal to all I will give on the same basis, to those who have no carefare to pay, a premium which shall equal an average refund. If you want to buy, all I ask is for you to look through my line and hear the price. The rest is easy. I BUY, m 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. lbs. Coffee 35c. lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.00 ' Meal 30 cents. Best Patent Flour 65 cents. 2 20 Overcoats $2.50 to $7. 1000 Pairs Shoes 50c. to $1.50. , Mcn s Socks 5 cents' 1st Reason Only Two Reasons can exist why You should Trade at Engles, Best Goods Everybody is trading at R. King of Low prjces J. ENGLE 2nd Reason For the Least Money Go, Phone Berea, Ky. SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE. History of the English Bible BEREA, KY. NEWS OF THE WEEK (Continued from first page) PHONE: 26 day, 46 night 1R. 10. Cbrisman declared Lies-Electio- Fifth Article The Great Bible An Attractive Book In Hands Rich and Poor Progress in Religious Opinion Indicated. By. PROF. JAMES ROOD ROBERTSON Of "THE FURNITURE MAN" The One Thing Needful None of tho Bibles which beon described thus fnr were havo nllow-cd Demand that the State be Redistricted Disgrace of Present Apportionment Where Blame of Strong Men to Legislature. n -- unconstitutional. Governor Exonerated ByC Up to Next Legislature S. National and State Representative districts, as well n8 Stato Senatorial districts. Proper Basis Our present opiortloiiment Is a Uiamo and a disgrace to any civilized country. Kentucky now has n insulation of 2,!a9,90o. Thus It will of Imj noon that nn honest division Mato representative dlstricU will givo ono representative to each 22,899 Inhabitants; ono stato senator to each rtO.'JCO Inhabitants and one represcn-ttl- o to In tho National Congress each 208.173 inhabitants, iook for ono moment It you dnro at tho figures as tho districts now stand. They are enough to make every Kentuck-la- n blush with shnmo and to brand us unholy and unworthy servants every member of tho General Assembly who casta his vote either to bring upon tho Stato or to perpetuate such nn unfair, unjust nnd division as wo now have. What the Figures Are County with her 8,512 Hancock Inhabitants has ono Stuto Representative, whllo tho counties of Hell, Harlan, Lesllo nnd Terry with their combined population of 57,'JH havo but ono representative. Tho county of Warren with Its 30,579 Inhabitants has two representatives, while tho county of Whitley with Its 31,982 Imputation Is refused u representative and la combined with tho county of Knox which has a population of 22,118 to make ono representative district. Tho Stato Senatorial dls- cts tiro fully as unjust, as are Congressional districts. Tho Uth Stato Senatorial district composed of tho counties of Nelson, Shelby and Spencer with a population of 12,- al-o- ur At tho coming November Election ono hundred State Representatives State. ami a part of tho thirty-eigh- t Into Senators nro to bo elected. their band will bo given tho power tho Stato both nu to to How can any party go boforo tbo pcople with such a record? The present Governor of tho Stato has dono WILSON his wholo duty In this matter. Ho 138 has tho namo power In tho Stato has urgod and plead for a districting Senate ns does tho 17th Senatorial measuro that would reflect credit updistrict composed of tho counties of on tho party which enacted It and upl.wel, Pulaski, Whitley, Knox, Dell, on tho Commonwealth, but all his Jackson nnd Ilockcastlc with a popu- - entreaties wont by unheeded. Need of. lb clrculato for any great length of time, because something was always found In them whlcn displeased the King or tho authorities of tbo church. Tho only Dlblo that could moet tho need and continuo in circulation had to originate with the authorities themselves. The Great Bible Such a Dlblo came Into existence In 1539, tho finest yet produced in appcaronco and workmanship and called, becauso of its sizo, the Great und to tell the peoplo It was tho "only straight means to know the Koodncss nnd benefits of God towards us and tho truo duty of every Christian man to serve Him." Possessed by the Poor Tho Dlblo sold at times for a low prlco for wo find In an old church record of 1510 tho entry, "Pnld V. s. HHd for a now book called a Dybyll. Paid VHId for a chain for fosten-yng- e tho saldo book." Tho Dlblo was eagerly rend not only "among the lcarnodcr sort nnd those that were noted for lovers of tho reformation but gonerally all England over a- - To anyone 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: Pink Salmon Tomatoes Corn Hominy Peas Apples ioc a for 15c 2 for 15c 2 for 15c 2 for 15c 2 for 15c Shredded Wheat Cream of Wheat 2 2 2 2 2 2 $50.00 Post Toasties (large) Ralstons Grape Nuts Puffed Rice REWARD 5c per lb. 3c per lb. 3 for ioc for 25c Navy Beans 25c Colored Beans for 25c Lenox Soap for 25c Naphtha Soap for 25c Ivory Soap for 25c Meal, (45 lb. to bu.) for Evaporated Apples 3 pkg., 25c Fancy Muir Peaches ioc per lb. " SvruP 3oc per gal. Z Granulated Sugar - 5c per lb. lor 25c Gold Medal Fl0Uf 6sc 6 for 25c Columbia Flour 65c 60c bu. Eldean and Marguerite Flour 65c ' All other prices in proportion on Furniture, Undertaking, Buggies, Stoves, Hardware, Wall Paper, Carpets, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, "Studebaker" and "Old Hickory" Wagons, Wire Fencing, Doprs, 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 WELCH'S was a folio with pages meas13 Inches by 9. Its Creators Tho ruling spirits In tho creatlou of this Blblo wero Thomas Cromwell, tho minister of Henry VIII, and Thomas Cranmor, tho Archbishop of Canterbury. Tho literary part was entrusted to Miles Coverdalo who camo nearest to mooting tbo requirements for such a work of any of the band of roformers who seemed to havo control of tho scholarship of Bible. Oaths Discarded latlon of 1W.010. Tho Eighth Congressional district has but 145,909 inOur Democratic friends of ten preach habitants whllo U10 Eleventh has tho doctrlno of "Equal rights to all n population of 308,318. nnd special privileges to none." Havo they kept tho faith? Do they believe Where Blame Lies In tho doctrine of "Local Thus It Is seen that tho DemocraHavo they In this measure tic Party which has been In control honored nnd cherished those prinor tho General Assembly has at all ciples for which our Revolutionary times, slnco tho adoption of this forefathers shed their blood when districting measure, had It they doclared that "Taxation without In its power to correct this awful representation Is TYRANNY?" Havo evil, but Instead It has refused even theso lawmakers had any to consldor It, savo at ono tlrao when regard for tho oaths which they took n measuro that was even raoro glarwhen they wero Inducted Into office? ing In Us Infamy thun this ono was Each ono with uplifted band sworo passed which tho courts of tho Statu ho would Biipport tho Constitution and tho laws of tho State. The Constitution and laws of tho Stato say that tho districts shall bo as nearly equal In imputation as possible. Wo bcllcvo that thero arc honest men In Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you all political parties and It Is to them want and get what you call for. Highest that this document Is addressed with market price paid for hides, furs, tho hopu that this great evil anil stigma upon our Stato may bo rebutter, eggs and chickens It uring about raong all tho vulgar and common peo ple." People well along In years learn-o- to read just that they might stu- that day. PALACE MEAT MARKET Kidd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Strecti. U. B. R.OBERTS, 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. R. BEREA ROLLER MILLS ANDREW ISAACS, Prop. Btrca, Opposition In France Franco was selected as tho place to do tho work becauso of better advantages for high grado workmanship, and tho. King consented on condition that no "private or unlawful opinions" should bo printed. It was not posslblo, however, to cscapo the activity of tho Roman church in that country and soon Coverdalo wrote to Cromwell that they "be dally threatened and look over to moved. bo spoken withal." Tho stroke camo soon and Coverdalo and hlB assistants To be Corrected at Polls No man, it matters not to what polit- wero compelled to floe. The sheets to ical party ho may belong, Is tit for already printed had been facnt a member of our law making bodies England and thoso that fell Into tho Battle of Bibles Marks Progress who will not cast his voto for nn hands of tho enemy wero sold as Numerous attempts wero ma do to honest and fair districting measure wasto paper aud finally reached Eng- puhllsh other Bibles which were mostA man who will disregard his oath land, where tho Dlblo was completed. ly revisions of Matthew's, Covcrdalo's In ono measure can not bo relied upIts Wide Use , or Tyndale's but tho King grow less on In another. Tho peoplo of ull par-tlThis Great Dlblo had for Its tltlo tolerant as ho grow older aud opposshould 600 to It that such men "Tho Uyble In Englysho, that Is to ed everything except tho Great Blaro olected to represent us as will lift cayo tho contont of all tho Holy blo. Ills successor, Edward VI, was this most damning shamo and disgrace Scrlpturo botbo of yo 01 do and Nowo much moro tolerant and during his from our great Stato and show to Testamcnto truly translated after reign from 1517 to 1553 many of tho world that wo aro a peoplo who tho voryto of tho Uobrow and Greeko the forblddon versions began to apstand for honesty, Integrity and the textos In tho forsaydo tongues." This pear again and circulate beslda tho uplifting of our Institutions and not Dlblo passed through at least seven authorized Blblo. The Great Blblo, so partlslan that wo aro willing to do editions and It Is estimated that however, held Its place until 15CS, anythlug that will keep our party In over 20,000 copies wero printed nnd when tho reform party was much powor, sold. Tho King ordered copies to ttrongor and a now Blblo seemed to bo placed In all tho churches la Engbo needed. It can readily bo seen A Decided Difference. The man who takes to hU heels U land and tho curates were urged to that this battle of tho Bibles marks rt the progress of religious liberty and a coward, but It Is different with a ttudy and, "to provoke, stir and every person to read tho same" religious opinion. mule. Philadelphia Record. nbun-ilancos ox-ho- dy tho Blblo and even children flocked to tho churches to hear It read. Not Divided into Verses Tho Great Blblo was not a new translation but rather a revision of tho Matthew Dlblo and of thoso boforo it. Tho expressions which tho rcformors had used to the annoyance of tho churchmen wero softened down, as Coverdalo was fitted to do crhaps better than any man of his time, and yet all that was best In tho older Bible was there. o Bosldo tho text there was an of explanatory matter and thero was yet no division Into verses. An Attractive Book Tho Great Blblo was a tuost attractive book. Tho tltlo pago uaa rich In decorations. Among tho scrolls and groups of figures could bo seen at the top tho Savior with outstretched hands nnd prominent lu tho cenKing of ter tho page, tho upon his throno, Cromwell In his official dress and Cranmer In his clerical robes. 8 to 10th, In which .fifteen southern states will take part. Thero is to be a discussion by prominent men, ot the resources of tho south and her relation to the rest of tho world. This Indicates that Dlxlo Is awakening nnd tho plans discussed will, It followed, no doubt materially aid In placing the south on a par commercially with tho east, north and west. NEW RULER FOR CANADA. Tho long doubt Is settled at last as to the futuro ruler of Canada, it Is officially announced that tho Duke of Connaught, tho brother ot tho lata King, Edward VII and undo ot the present King Georgo V, Is to succeed Earl Grey, tho present Governor General, In September. It Is also reported that tho Duko will bo appointed Regent during the absenco of tho King in India for his Indian cornatlon. FRESH OUTBREAK Tho rebellion In Mexico that seemed to bo on tho decline for some weeks has recently assumed new proportions, a town In Lower California, Mexico, having been captured by the Insurgents. ALIGHTS ON THE WAVES Aviator McCurdy who has been preparing for some time to make tho trip from Key West, Florida, to Havana, Cuba, made his attempt, Monday, and succeeded in covering eighty of the ninety miles. Owing to failure of his lubricating oil, ho was forced to alight, which he did In safety tea miles from tho shore; the specially constructed pontoons which wero attached to his aeroplane, keeping htm out of tho water until ho was rescued by a torpedo boat destroyer which was following him. McCurdy, although ho did not reach tho goal, has broken tho world's record for dlstanco flown over water In a heavier than air machine. TO RUtE Oil RUIN OR BOTH Murphy nnd his wing of New York Democracy aro standing pat for Sheeban In tho Senatorial contest. Tho Insurgents are also holding their ground. Tammany Is unmoved by any appeals from tho democracy of tho union at large, and seems to bo determined to fulfil all preprophecies election uttered by the Republicans. ONLY A SPASM Thero is no cleaning up for Illinois. Browne was tried twlco and not convicted, Clark once and not con vlcted, Erbsteln twice and not convicted, Lorlmer may hold his seat In tho Sonata and now tho hopes that Undo Joo's homo county was repentant and that thero would bo a dean up llko that In Adams County, Ohio, aro blasted. They say, "Its no use, Juries won't convict." ITS UP TO THE DEMOCRATS Tho reciprocity treaty with Canada, details of which aro given on pago two, Is before Congress. All Republican platforms and promises from McKlnley's last speech would load ono to bollovo that It would bo hastoncd to Its ratification by the Republicans. Tho stand-patteare still In tho way. Tho President, who seems to have his fighting clothes on for once, will havo to rely upon tho Insurgents and the Democrats. This Is an opportunity for tho Democrats to show their spirit. rs The highest of characters la his wh Is as ready to pardon the moral error of mankind as It be were every day guilty ot the same himself, and at the same time as cautious of committing a fault as If be never forgare one. Pliny the Younger, Pardon. Oreat Even In Fall. He who Is great when he falls la great In his prostration, and Is no more an object of contempt that whea men tread on the ruins of sacred buildings, which men ot piety vener ate no less than It they stood.- ca. Page Six THE CITIZEN ttms! Yoa must go you farther end of the room and rnot1oa4 sttll hit Nathaniel to a scat opposite blm. must coM Sho strove to pull htm ncross the "Wo aro a much persecuted people, Cnptnln Plum, very much persecuted room. "There through that doorl" she Indeed." His wonderful volco tremurged. bled with a subdued pathos. "Wo Tho slowly ascending steps woro havo answered for innny sins that halt way up the stairs. Nathnnlol hes- have never been ours, Captain Plum, itated. He know that a moment and among them are robbery, piracy thero had passed through that and even murder. Tho peoplo nlong door ono who carried with her tbo tho coasts are deadly encmlos to us who would bo tholr friends; they odor ot lilac nnd his heart leaped to Us own conclusion who that porson commit crimes In our namo and wo do watt. IIo had heard tho rustlo ot tho not retaliate It was not my peoplo girl's skirt IIo had seen tho last who waylaid your vessel. They were Inch of tho door close as Strang's wlfo fishermen, probably, who camo from pulled It nftcr her. And now ho was tho Michigan shoro and awaited their Implored to follow! IIo sprang for- opportunity oft Heaver Island. Hut 1 ward as tho heavy steps noarcd tho shall Investigate this; bellcvo ine, I landing. Ills hand was upon the latch shall Investigate this fully, Captain when ho paused. Then ho turned Plum!" nnd bent his head tloao down to the Nathanlol felt something like a girl. great choking fist shoot up Into his "No, I won't do It, my dear," he throat It was not a sensation ot fear whispered. "Just now It might make but of humiliation the humiliation ot troublo for her." defeat, tho knowledge, ot his own IIo lifted bis eyes and saw a man weakness In tho hands ot this man looking nt him from the doorway. Ho who had so quickly and so surely needed no further proof to nssuro him blocked his claim. His quick brain that this was Strang, tho king ot tho saw the futility of argument He Mormons, for the Deavor island possessed no absolute proof and be prophet was painted well In that re- had thought that ho needed none. gion which know tbo grip nnd terror Strang saw the flash of doubt In his ot his power. He was a massive man, face, tho hesitancy In his answer; lie with the slow slumbering strength of divined tho working ot tho other's a beast He was not much under brain nnd In his soft voice, purring fifty: but his thick board, reddish and with friendship, ho followed up bis crinkling, his shaggy hair, and tho full-fe- triumph. ruddiness ot bis face, with Its "I sympathize with you," spoke foundation of heavy jaw, gave htm a gently, "and my sympathy ho word and rnoro youthful appearance. Thero was help you. Wo do not welcome In his eyes, set deep and so light that shall strangers among us, for strangers they shono Uko pale blue glass, tho havo usually proved themselves our staring nssuranco that Is frequently enemies and havo done us wrong. Hut of power. In his hand ho carborn to you I glvo tho freedom of our stick. ried a huge kingdom. Search where you will, at In nn Instant Nathaniel had recov- what hours you will, nnd when you ered himself. Ho advanced a step, havo found a slnglo proof that your bowing coolly. stolen property Is nmong my people "I am Captatn Plum, of the sloop when you seen n faco that you your recognlzo ashave of tho robbers, reTyphoon," he said. "I called at ono dihomo a short tlmo ago nnd was turn to me and I shall tunko restiturected to your ofllce. As a stranger tion and punish tho on the Island I did not know that you So Intensely ho spoke, so filled with had an ofllce or I would havo como reason and truth wcro his words, that hero first." Nathaniel thrust out bis hand in token "Ah!" Tho king drow his right foot back of ncceptnnco of tho king's terms. halt a pace and l$wed so low that And as Strang gripped that hand CapNathanlol saw only tho crown of his tain Plum saw tho young girl's face hat. When ho raised his head tho over tho prophet's shoulder a face, aggressive staro had gono out ot his wblto as death In Its terror, that told eyes and a welcoming smile lighted him all he had heard was a lie. "And when you havo done with my up his face as he advanced with expeople," continued tho king, "you will tended hand. "I am glad to see you. Captain go nmong that other raco, along tin mainland, where men havo thrown oil Plum." Ills volco was deep and rich, filled the restraints ot society to glvo kos th with that wonderful vibratory power reign to lust nnd avarlco; whero may which seems to striko and attune tho Indian Is brutlflcd that bis wlfo be Intoxicated by compulsion and prostituted by violence beforo bis eyes; where the forest cabins and tha streets of towns are tilled with hall breeds; where there stalk wretches with withered and tearless eyes, who ore In nowlso troubled by recollection ot robbery, rape and murder. And thero you will find whom you arc looking for!" Strang had risen to his feet Ills eyes blazed with tho fire of smothered hatred nnd passion and bis great voice rolled through his beard trem ulous with excitement, but still deo nnd rich, Uko tho booming of conn melodious Instrument Ho flung asldi his hat as he paced back and forth) his shaggy hair fell upon bis Hhoul ders; hugo veins stood out upon hit forehead and Nathaniel Bat muto as ho watched this lion of a man whose great throat quivered with tho powoi that might have stirred a nation thai might have made him president InHe waited for th "No, Captain Plum, I Was Not A war stead of king. thunder ot that throat and bis nerves of keyed themselves to meet Its burstlnj chords of ono's soul. Tho man's passion, llut when Strang spoke again appearanco bad not prepossessed Na- II was In a volco as Boft and as gontli thaniel, but nt tho sound of his volco as a woman's. ho recognized that which had made 'Those aro tho men who havo vllt him tho prophet ot men. As the warm fled us, Captain Plum; who have covhand ot the king clasped his owa ered us lth crimes that we havs Captain Plum know that ho was In tho never committed; who havo drives presence of a master ot human desti- our people loto groups that thoy may nies, a man whose ponderous bq freo from depredation; who watck body was simply tho crudo Uko vultures to despoil our womoni Instrument through which spoke the wild wifeless men, Captain Plum, whs marvellous spirit that had enslaved havo left families and character be thousands to blm, that had enthralled hind them and who have sought th d a state legislature and that bad wilderness to escape tho ponaltlos oj a federal Jury Into giving him law and order. It It they who would back his freedom when evidence destroy us. Go among my own peopU smothered him in crime. He felt him- first, Captain Plum, and find yrrur Iisl self sinking In the presence ot this property If you can; and if you u man and struggled fiercely to regain not discover It where In seven yean himself. He withdrew hia hand and not one child has been born out ol straightened himself like a soldier. wedlock, seek among tho Lamanltc- s"I havo come to you with a griev- and my sheriffs shall follow whero yvi "A place the crime I" ance, Mr. Strang," ho began. grlovanco which I feel sure you will Ho bad Btrctched out his arms Ulu do your best to right. Perhaps you one whoso plea was ot llfo and death) aro aware that somo little tlmo ago his face shono with oarncstnoas; hli about two weoka back your peoplo low words throbbed as If bis heart boarded my ship In force and robbed were bomo upon thorn for tho Inspeo mo ot Bcvcral thousand dollars' worth tlon of Its trnth nnd honor. Ho was of merchandise." Strang tho tragedian, the orator, tin Strang had drawn a step buck. conqueror 6f a legislature a Governor, "Aware of it!" ho exclaimed In a a dozen juries and of human soul volco that shook the room. "Awaro And as ho stood silent for a inomoal of It!" The red of his face turned In this nttltudo Nathaniel roso to bli purplo and bo clenched bis freo hand feet, subservient, and believing ai In sudden passion. "Awaro ot it!" Ho otheru had belloved In tho fitness ot repeated the words, this time so gent- this man. Hut as his eyes travoleC ly that Nathaniel could scarcoly hoar a dozen paces beyond, bo saw th them, and tapped his heavy stick upon young girl gesturing to him In that tho floor game terror, and holding up for btui "No, Captuln Plum, I was not awaro to bco a slip ct paper upon whlcl ot It If I had been" Ho shrugged his sho had written. And when she has thick shoulders. Tbo movement, and caught his eyes Hho crumpled the pa a sudden gleam of his teeth through per Into a shapeless ball and tossed his beard, were exprcsulvu enough for It Just over the landing to tbo ground Nathaniel to understand. below tbo stair. Then tbo king smiled. "I thank you for the privileges ot thi '"Aro you sure aro you quite sure, Island which you havo offered me,' Captain Plum, that It was my people said Nathaniel, putting on his hat, who attacked your ship? It so, of "and J shall certainly tako advantagt course you must have some proof?" of your kindness for a few hours, nl "Wo were very near to Heaver Is- I want very much to wltrss ono el land und many miles from tho main- your ceremonies which ' understand land," said Nathaniel. 'It could only Is to take place today. Then, If have been your people." havo discovered nothing, I shall retun "Ah!" to my ship." Straug led the way to a table at the (TO UK CONTINUUU; e d motal-knobbcd 1 February 2, 1911 GRAMMAR IN RHYMC STORY ERIAL Patriotism By REV. DAVID F. NTCREN Faster of 3wdiJi B.ptl.l Cknr.li IllimUla, 111 True t. Three Utile wnnli you ntltn nnd Hi. Aro Articles, a, nn A Noun's the name of anything, As school or garden, hoop or nwln. It. TheCourageof Captain Plum Br JAMES Ailjellvrs, the Kind of Nmm. As Kreal, small, pretty, while or hrown. WHAT PUSH CAN ACCOMPLISH Interesting Story of First Experience Philadelphia Millionaire on Arriving In America. Tho first oxpcrlonco ot a millionaire merchant at Philadelphia, on his arrival In this country, aptly lltustrnted what push can accomplish. "When I stepped ashore from tho sailing vessel," he said, "I was without money or friends. I spoko to a mnn on the wharf and asked him whnt to do. Ho replied: "'Work, young man. Havo you any motto?" "'No, I said. 'What do you moan?' "Ho said: "Every man must hnvo a motto. Now, think ot one. (lo out nnd hunt for work.' "I started, thinking of a motto. As I walked along tho street I saw, painted on a door, tho word, 'Push.' I said: 'That shall bo my motto.' I did push at that door and entered nn ofllce. I I said: wns nsked whnt I wanted. 'Work; nnd tho word on your door gavo mo not only n motto, but confidence, and I ventured to nsk you for employment' "My manner pleased iho mnn. IIo asked mo many questions, all of which were nnHwrred promptly. Ilu mid at length: "'I wnnt n boy of "push," nnd, as you hnvo adopted Hint for your motto, I will try you.' "Ho did. My success followed, nnd the motto that mndo my fortune will mako that of others." If you hnvo not selected your word of power do so without further delay. Tho following may bo of help to you: "Manhood overtops nil mcro titles." "When wealth Is lost, nothing U lost; when henlth Is lost, something Is tost; when character Is lost, all Is last" "Our todays and yesterdays nro tho blocks with which wo build." "Don't wait for your opportunity; ninko It." "Find your purpoo nnd fling your llfo out of It" "Perfection to tho finish." "Try to bo somebody with nil your Instend of Nouns the lronoiins stand Her liend, his Inc, your nrm, my hand. r lit. OUVER CURWOOD flloitntloju fcy IbfBU bj Uobba-Usrrl- C Krtbxr Co.) (Caprtlgtat 1805 8YN0P813. Captain Nathaniel rium of the sloop Typhoon, lands secretly on Heaver Island. Lake Michigan,- stronghold of the Mormon. Obadlah Price, an eccenlrlo Id man and councilor of the Mormons, who has been spying; en him. suddenly confront! him and tells him ha Is expected, rium Insliti he has got the wrong Ignores his protcatatlons and Finn. Price for the ammunition on board the sloop. He binds Nat by a. solemn oath to deliver ft package to franklin Itcrco, president of the United States. Ho agrees to show Plum the Mormon town, St. James. Hum sees the frlghtonod faco of a young woman In the darkness near Price's enbln. She disappears, leaving an odor of lilacs. It develops (hat Plum's visit to Beaver Island U lo demand from tho king. Strang, tor the ehlp some time previously tooting of his he euspectcd of being s. whom Burke, his mato. has been left In .charge of the sloop with orders to St. James If the captain docs not return within a certain time, Prloe takes Nat secretly In the darkness to the king's house, and through a window ho sees Strang and his seven wives, among whom Is the lady of the lilacs, who Price says Is the seventh wife. Price's actions lead Plum to believe that he Is Jealous of (Strang. Plum calls at the kins' a odlce. Mor-ronbom-Tm- free, nnd not unlng your liberty for n clonk of maliciousness, but as the servants of (Joil.- -I Peter II, 11 Just as at Christmas and nt Kastor, wo And many persons who revlvo their allegiance, to religion, so wo find a Btrcnuoua attempt on tho part of many to resuscitate tholr sleeping which they express In n great meaouro by flro nnd smoke, tho ot our warring ancostors. I would drat soy that thin ought nnd ought not bo so, all depending n whnt we moan with patriotism. If patriotism bu of tho right kind, we wouM lndorso It If to bo patriotic! moans to bo loyal, not to a mcro cause, but to a gonoral high nnd noblo cause, then wo Indorse It Our dear "U. S, A," though largo, Is not largo onougb. We would havo the wbolo world, nay, more, nil tho worlds; yoa, tbo heavens, too. As truo sorvanta wo would be Interested In all tho possessions ot our Master. Christianity docs not encourgo parl ticular patriotism In opposition to benignity. It It did. It would not bo ndaptod for "tho world." Tho duties of tho subjects ot ono stato would often bo In opposition to those ot tho subject of another, and man might Inflict evil or misery upon neighbor naTHXT--A- s V. Vrrlm It'll of something lo t d'nTo rend, count, laugh, slug, dnnoe or run. - Itnw Ihlngn aro done, the Advert As slowly, quickly. III, or well. VII. Vf. tell. her-Itag- o Conjunctions Join tho word lnethfr As men mid women, wind and weather. The Preposition stands hfore A noun ns In, or tliroiiKh, Ihe doir. VIII. scl-Qs- IX. The Interjection slum surprise. As Oh! how pictty-A- h! how wise. The whole are called Nine Parts of HpiTch, Wlilrh rr.i.llnic, riling, nwakliis;. loach. LATEST MOVING PICTURE TOY Circular Dand Revolves Swiftly as Twisted String Unwinds How It Is Made. toy, An Ingenious innrlng-plrturHint can bo mndo by any boy with arby nn Illinois mnn nnd U shown In tho Illustration. Of courso, bring patented, It ennnot bo mndo fur sale. Tako a strip of cardboard about four Inches whin and three feet long and gun-ora- tistic skill nt homo, has boon designed tions law. In conforming to the Christian CHAPTER III Continued. Was thero a trcmblo of four la her voice? Even as bo lookod Nathaniel aw tho flush deepen In her checks and her eyes light with nervous eagerness. "I am Ecnt by Obadlah Trico," be hazarded. A flash of roller shot Into tho woman's faco. "Tho king Is at his office," nho repeated. "His offlco Is near tho torn-.pie- ." .Nathaniel retired with another bow. "By thunder. Strang. okl boy, you'vo certainly got an cyo for beautyl" ho laughed as ho hurried through tho grove "And Obadlah Prlco must bo sorao-iod- y, Tho Mormon tcmplo was tho largest structuro in St. James, a hugo Bquaro building of hown logs, and Nathaniel did not need to make Inquiry to find buildIt. On ono sldo was a ing with an outsldo stairway leading to tho upper floor, and a painted sign announced that on this 60cond floor was situated tho offlco of James Jcsso Strang, priest, king and prophet of tho Mormons. It was still very early and tho general merchandlso etoro below was not open. Congratulating himself on this fact, and with tho lingers of his right hand reaching Instinctively for his pistol butt. Captain Plum mounted tho Btalr. When halt way up ho beard voices. As ho reached tho landing at Uio top ho caught tho quick swish of a etlrt. Another step and he was In (ho open door. Ho was not soon enough to boo tho person who had Just disappeared through an opposite door, but be know that It was a woman. Directly In front of him as It sho had been expecting lila arrival was a young girl, and no sooner had ho put a foot over tbo threshold than he hurriod toward blm, tho most acute anxiety and fear written In her two-stor- after all!" face. "You are Captain I'lumt" sho asked breathlessly. Nathaniel stopped la astonishment "Yes--, I'm " "Theu you must hurry hurry!" cried tho girl excitedly. "You have not a moment to lose! Go back to your ship beforo It Is too lato! Bhe ays they will kill you " "Who Bays so?" thundered Captain Plum. Ho sprang to tho glrfs cldo and caught her by tho arm. "Who Bays that I will bo killed? Toll me who gave you this warning for mo?" "I I tell you bo!" Btaminorod tho .young girl. "I I hoard tho king they will kill you" Her lips trembled. Nathaniel eaw Uiat her oyes were already red from crying. "You will go?" sho pleaded. 0 Christianity Is designed to benefit not a community but "tho world." Tho promotion of tho Interests of ono community by Injuring another that Is, "patriotism In opposition to gen-orbenignity" Christianity utterly rejects ns wrong. Still would not a doctrine, ot general patriotism bo rational? Wo would answer In tho affirmative. And Christianity does not appear to oneourngo tho doctrlno of being a "citizen of tho world," and of paying no more regard to our community than to every other. That opposes to tbo natural and virtuous foollngs. If It woro put In practise. It would destroy confined benignity without effecting n counterbalancing amount ot universal philanthropy. Who Indeed Hhall support nnd cherish and protect a child It Its parents do not? That spcculatlvo philosophy Is vain which would supplant theso dictates by doctrines of goncrai philanthropy. It cannot bo applicable) to human affairs until there Is an alteration In tho human constitution. Not only religion, thoreforo, but reason nnd nnturo, re- which trachea Joct that philosophy that no man should profor or aid another because, ho Is his countryman, 'lis nolghbor or his child. This Is nn Idlo system of philosophy which sets out with extinguishing those principles of human naturo which tho Creator has implanted for wise and good ends. IIo Uiat shall so far succeed In practising this philosophy as to look with Indifforonco upon his parent, his wlfo and his son, will not often bo found with much zeal to exerclso kindness and bcnovolcnco to tho world at largo. Hat to cborlsh and support our own children rathor than others; to do good to our neighbors rather than to strangers; to benefit our own country rather than another nation, docs not Imply that by bo doing wo must Injure other nations, or strangers, or their children, In order to do good to our own. Hero Is our point of discrimination which wo will enlarge, upon presontly a point which vulgar patriotism and vulgar philosophy havo alike overlooked. I daro not stop by saying that tho right kind of patriotism would bo to do good to my natlpn, and by doing this, not to do any menaco to othor nations. That would Just simply bo changing tho Golden Itulo (o nothing. Ily having this kind ot an Idea I would say: "Do nothing unto others." Thon a porson In order to bo a gonoral "patrlotlo" would need do "noth- might" "Do not wait for great opportunities; seize common occasions nnd mako them great" "Do not turn your back on troubles; moot them squarely." "Otiard you weak point" HONOR New Moving Picture Toy. draw a scries of pictures on ono hide. Tho llgiires mny bo danchig girls or men, each with tho foot and legs In Then Join tho different positions. cardboard strip Into a circular band, after cutting nnrrow bIIU In It tho pictures. Tako throe cords of cuual length nnd fa tlon ono end of each nt equidistant jolnta ntnng tho tup of tho band, and, If you like, knot Iho cords nt Iho top. for convenience, though thin U not ncconsary. To uso tho toy turn tho band around nnd around until tbo cords nro tightly twisted as far as thoy wlU go. Then hold It lu front of tho eyes and lot go of the band. It will rovolvo rapidly as tho curds unwind, and as tbo Kills dash past tho various' pictures, soon through them In rapid succos-slon, FOR AMERICAN FLAG Pretty Custom Adopted at Certain Private School for Doya Applauded by Passersby. When tho American flag Is flying tn Nathaniel had taken her hand nnd now ho held It tightly In his own. His bead was thrown back, bis eyes woro upon tho door across the room. When ho looked again Into the girlish faco thero was (lashing joyous deflanco In his eyes, and In his volco thero wau confession ot tho truth that had suddenly como to overwhelm whatever ho might have law of held unto himself. "No, my dear, 1 am not going back to my ship," ho spoko soffly. "Not unlets sho who Is In that room comes out and bids mo go horseltt" CHAPTER IV. The Whipping. Scarce had the words fallen from his lips when thero sounded a slow, heavy ntep on the stair outfllde. Tho young girl snatched her hand free and caught Nathaniel by the wrist. "It U t tin king!" uhu whispered "It U the king! Quick you Her tho boy Insisted. Tho stern gravity ot tho old principal's faco Increased. "An old plcco of bunting when It Is of red, of white, nnd ot bluo, said ho reverently, "becomes thu spirit of Amorlcan Institutions. To Insult that ing." 'old bunting' Is to Insult your country. No, our Christian way Is better; If Whero there Is no lovo of country ( etc. thero Is not n good citizen." As tho "Do unto others, Is tho best w: That makes a man tako off his coat principal spoke, ho moved nenrer tho turn up his alcoves and go to work! flagMaff. "Hats off," ho ordered SimNot only so good that ono docs no ultaneously every head was uncoverAn Intelligent Dog. harm; but so harmloss that ono must ed. "And now on your honor ns good do good! Not only a ncgatlvo tn ro American citizens, let no ono ot this owner straps on her back a blanket gard to not doing harm; but so strong company over ngaln approach that with pockets on tho sldo. Without a n nogatlvo that ono becomes a posi- banner except In lovo nnd reverence" word, she utorts off and covers the round trip of tour miles In n very tive. short time. On tho sldo of her blnnkct In tho second placo, I would say, not that It ought, but positively that It HOW MEN LEARNED TO COUNT Is printed. "Don't Ilothcr Mo," Hhe has been making thoso trips for five ought not bo so, In regard In tho way years. wo show our patriotism. As wo havo mm UUiJim ;.i.ri mentlonod this oppresses Itself In a "oVuHsit mlli. tnm'M "fi2tf. IIOMH groat moasuro by llro and smoko, by 01 SJ5 i Odd Retemblancet, I a general dlsturbanco; this nolso and -X Hvory boy nnd every girl, too, for boing tho herltago of our warring ann that matter has noticed the llkunos.i cestors. that a coconnut bears to n monkey's Tho spirit ot truo patriotism does sr.u hi. jn face, but thero nro many skull not find its expression In boosting of x lin js othor and resemblances In naturo. Queer success In wars which were fought beTho meat of an Kiigllsh walnut, for fore wo wcro born. Instance. Is almost uxactly like thu "Hcason and vxperiunco both forbid human brain, plums und black cherus," said tho fathor of our country, ries, nro Uko tho human cyo, almonds "to cxpoct that national morality can Uko tho iioso and an uponcd oyster prevail In exclusion of rollglous prinand shell an almost perfect likeness ciple." ot the human car. Tho ahapo ot a To bo truo patriots Is to bring the gospel to ovory croatsro, beginning In man's body may bo traced in thu mammoth squash, thu open hand In Jerusalem, our own land, and then to growing scrub willows nnd celery and tho uttorinost parts ot tho earth. tho humun heart lu eggplant mid HerIt is related that when Columbus, Her Translation, man turnips. Many of tho nicchunlcul on his historic voyage, was approachTho teacher ot tbo juvenile class devices ot tho present day aro based ing tho shores of tbo western world, a flickering Usjht was dimly seen was giving orally to her pupils a poem, on patterns furnished by naturo. Tho through tho darkness by ono of hi In which theso linos occur: "Sail on, rooting hog suggosted tho plow; tho sailors. "It may be," aald Columbus, ye mariners, the night Is gono," nnd butterfly, tho door hlngo; tho frog stool, tho umbrella; tho duck, tho "that the faithful wlfo of somo usher-ma- ono llttlo miss, In attempting to It, rendered It thus: "Sail on yc ship, and fungous growth cu Is waving a torch to guldo htm Utu, men, tho light Is gon." married the bracket. on his homeward way." tho playgrounds of a certain (irlvato school for boys In Now York city, ono notices that all tho lads who approach It take off their hats. This pretty custom, that sends n thrill ot silent npplnuso through pnssuruby, grow out ot tho following Incident: During a general frolic ono day a )nung and heedless student throw n stanu through tho waving stars and stripes. Ills companions started nn. outburst of approving laughter, which was suddenly hushed by tho grave aspect of the approaching principal. Pointing toward the ugly rent In nn volco he asked: "Who has dishonored his country?" Tho culprit bung his head. "I am willing to pay tor tho damage," ho began hurriedly, when ho was Interrupted with: "What price could repay an Insult to the American flag?" "It's Just an old ploco of hunting." n will hnvo tho nppenranr-DOG ACTS o of llfo. AS MAIL CARRIER Pott-offic- California Animal Makes Trip to Every Day "Don't Dother Me" on Blanket. A California farmer who lives miles from tho jioHtoinctt. Bonds u for thu mail every day. Hho Is colllo and half Ht. Uornard. e two dog halt rrims-JX- vii I f-- r "ST xj s s "3- XXvTvT - n ro-pe- ( February 2, 1911 MOVABLE THE CITIZEN IF 1E1 ROOSTS FOR FOWLS Pln POULTRY for Making Supports That Are uuite Inexpensive, Easy to Move and Keep Clean. DRAINAGE NECESSARY TO 1855 PRESERVE ROAD FOUNDATIONS Properly Berea College Over 64 instructors, 1365 ttudenta from 27 state. Largest college library in Kentucky. NO SALOONS. 1910 it ONE OF PROFITABLE BREEDS Silver Penciled Wyandotte Gaining In Popularity on Account of Many Good Qualities. Tho Silver Panelled Wyandotte, n very new brood, has made a reputation for Itself tiy Itn beauty, labia nnd laying qualities, wblcb nro attracting tho ntlenlhlon of tbo uul-trman, says a writer In nn ex. rhnagv. flood birds aro In great nnd, in fact, tliey nro hard to Kct at prcocnt, nn they nro being kept for breodlng purpose. Fancier claim they nro Tory hard to breed. This I will admit to a rnrtnln extent, but a pood bird can bo enslly picked out liy nn expert Judg-abut IIiIh 1h nlxo the ease with many of our other y Sliver Wyandotte. lu a titudf. think It la safe lo say that reasonable time thin grand breed will be a leadltiK one lu the show-rooI BLACK-HEA- D KILLS TURKEYS As There Is No Known Cure, Bird Should Oe Killed and Body Cause of Disease. d Hy II premises should be as thoroughly cleaned as possible and all rubbish burned. Then, disinfection, as far ai possible, with n llo per cent, solution of carbolic acid, or rreolln. Sick turkeys should bo Isolated nnd not id to wed to run around nnd spread Hie germo of tho disease, and thus bo I ho eauHo of others becoming Infected. A there Is no known cure for tho dis ease, tho turkey had better bo killed and tho body cremated. Feed should be given In troughs, rather than thrown on Uie Infected ground, nud hus lucreaso the danger of Infection. The watering troujbs should be en ameled so tbut they can bo Uioroughly cleaned morning and night. An intes tinal antiseptic- - Hhould bo given In the water. One toaspoonful of dilute hydrochloric neld to each quart of wuter, or ono lenspoonful of tho crystals ixTtnungnatq of jiotasb to tho ten quart bucket of water, may be given. Treatment. This consists principal-In preventing the spread of the dls eiiM', when a blnl has developed tho diM'a&o there Is no known cure. The among turkeys In Colorado this fall frtim black bend, or what In scienti. fically known as The name black head was given the bead Is supposed to turn purple when the turkey Is attacked by the disease. Thta wo have found Mil always to bo true. The name Itatcro- hepatitis was given on of tho greater diseased areas xcurrlng In tho Intestines and liver. The dlseaso Is caused by a hIukIo oiled nulmnl parasltii called Amoeba The germ, or protozoa, is taken Into tbo body through tho food, or water, nnd becomes lodged In tho mucous membrane of the or blind gat. Hero It produces thickening of the wall, duo lo la. (lamination, and later, ulceration. Thu liver becomes Infected, and thu Infected ureas, tho liver cell, arc In n turkey dead of tho illnenKo the liver Is enlarged up to mow than twlco Us normal hire, (iter tho wrrfaco will bo noted whitish or yellowish green areas. These leprenent tho areas of dead tissue. Kntero-hepntltlsone-luu- i. T. ICAUIT. I'alholoKlit. Colorn.lt Aicrlroltural CollrEr.) There haa been considerable In A rirnrllrnl nlnn . limning uiiir- ntiln roosts tnr Ihn Constructed Miicmlrim Jioncln Arc Supplied Will) i by Norton A. Allison n.illluunu, KIVUI1 Oft" Water Drain to of Kansas, la mrm nnu Home, Is na follows: Some Excellent Plana. inko 2x4s of lenRth wanted for uu or roosts, cut notches 18 In. ny a. n. n.irminit ) lart 1'4 In. deep by 1 In. wide nnd were built with a telford bane, mnfce Ramo ns saw horse. ITso 1x3a of of any consideration of the Water should never bo permitted In lengm unnted for roosts to put In remain under a mnendnm rond, It requirements of trnlllc. It Is now generally recognized Hint, except In softens the foundation so that the MJ V lf VT rv stone Is forced down Into 11 by tho unusual ennes where tho subsoil Is i wheels of vehicles, thus musing ruta full of water which ennnot be drained to develop In tho maendam. In free- out, the telford baso Is unnecessary zing It expands atul "hemes" the except for purposes of subdralnngn. broken stone, destroying tbo bond and A satisfactory telford foundation mny causing the larger fragments of stone be mado by placing vertically on a lo ripe to tho surface. As a result tho layer of gravel two or moro inches In mnterlat In the subgrndn Is forced up depth, stones of fairly uniform size, Into the Interstices, and In tho spring not exceeding leu inches in width, six the macadam will be found to bo Inches In depth, nnd varying In length Horse For Roosts. rough, Irregular In shape, and weak- from six lo twenty Inches. Tho stones notihea. llnvo two lenchcs for short ened. There aro severnl ways of re- should be set on their broadest edges, roostii, more for long. If necessary. moving tho Hubsurfnco water, nt least lengthwise across the rond, and Thcso roosts nro easily cleaned, chenp- - In part. Sometimes If the grado Is wedged rigidly Into position by driving i mull and can be moved very quick raised In wot places the trouble will smaller stones Into tho Interstices bo lessened, particularly i) u necessary. If porous with iniiuls. Projecting points should materials nro used. be broken off with Btono hammers, deSldo drains mny be constructed In pressions filled with chips, and tho DESTROYING LICE ON FOWLS tho cuts on each sldo of I ho rond. Just telford rolled with n steam roller until outside of the limits of tho macadam. It Is truo lo tho dealt od cross secThcso drains consist of narrow trench- tion. Dy Using Rough Perches and Palntln es, filled with broken stone or smnll Where the foundation of the road Killer on Top and Bottom Will gravel stones, with a pipe fho or six would otherwise bo very bad, and Prove Effective Cure. Inches In diameter near tho bottom. no gravel or other llko material Is The pipe Is laid with open Jolnta. truo readily obtainable, or where nn unMy It. O. WKATMKiiRTnvrM Wo hnvu found It much easlor to to grade, nnd is carried to a proper usually substantial rond Is required to neslroy lice and miles when we uso outlet. Sometimes the plpo Is omit- meet the demands of tralllc, this 2x1 perches. Thcso are strong and ted nnd tho entire trench Is tilled with form of construction Is recommended. stones. In which ense It Is called n Under ordinary conditions It Is much mo nat surface will hold nulto It has been said, and quantity of tho louso killer, which Is blind drain. Such drains nerve lo rut too expensive. painted on tho lop nnd bottom of off the subsiirfaco water N'foro It enn there is some supporting evidence, that n rigid nnd unyielding telford the perches every few days during the set under tho mncadnui. Tho subgrudo may be excavated to base hns the effect of nn anvil, and summer. This will usually destroy (he lice If tho width of tho inacmluin vi nu In hn that the mnendnm, under the pound six to eight Inches deep nt tli edges. of trafllc. wears more rapidly than it Is attended to regularly, but If th road. lion house Is nn old ono nnd polluted and twelve to eighteen Inches deep nt In the ordlnnry brokeii-stonSeveral other devices are somewith llco by all means spray every the center. The surface will then crack and corner with tho liquid llco hnvo tho shiipo of nn extremely flat- times employed to take care of tho tened letter V. The bottom should he subsurface water, such ns tho center ucstmyer. fairly true to grade, so as lo permit box drain, built of slabs of stone, nnd Tho houso should not bo closed u tho water to flow readily. This exen- side drains, with plank boxes In lieu iimh "lino mo iowis nro In It 1m mediately after using tho llco killer, or the fumes will likely Injure them Tim red mites are one of thu worst pests and painting the perches with It. v Ihif liquid louso killer will usually ucsiroy mem at the snmo time. In tho day tlnio they may bo found on tbo under sldo of tho perches and S under hoards and In all cracks and crevices but during the night they Hi' conin out nnd kap the Itfoblood ou of the fowls. a Curry Surplus FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS. Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL tiro-ke- n ft A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject. So many classes that each student can be placed with others lik himself, where he can make most rapid progress. Which Department Will You Enter? THE MODEL SCHOOLS for the I a least advanced. Same lecture library and general advantages as for moro advanced students. ArltluntUo snd tho common branches taught in tho right pay. Drawing, Staging, Bibl. Handwork, Lessons in Farm and Housohold Management, etc. Ftm txt - educational standards. NORMAL, 3 and courses fit for tho profession of teaching. First year, parallel to 8th grade Model Schools, enables ono to get a r certificate. Following years (winter tnd spring terms) give tho Information, culture and training necessary for a truo tcachor, and cover branchos necessary for State certificate. MUSIC, Singing (free), Iteod Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may ba taken as an extra In connection with any course. Small extra fees. flrst-clart- books. TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade (fractions and compound numbers), Brickwork, Farm Management, Printing, Woodwork, Nursing, Dressmaking, Housohold MsnagomcnL "Learn and Esrn." ACADEMY, REGULAR COURSE, 2 years, for those who bare larftJy finished common branches. "Hie most practical and interotlng studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life. CHOICE OF 8TUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young mis. may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady In Home Selene. ACADEMY, COMMERCIAL, 1 year or 2 years to fit for business. Even, a part of this course, as fall and winter terms, Ls very profitable. BmsU. extra foes. ACADEMY, PREPARATORY, Z, 3 and t year courses, wita Latin. Osr man. Algebra, History, Science, etc., fitting for college COLLEGIATE, i years, Literary, Scientific and Classical courses, wltn uso of laboratories, scientific apparatus, and all modorn methods. Tht-highes- t Expenses, Regulations, Opening Days. Berea Collego Is not a money-makinInstitution. All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit, and the School eapends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year moro than he pays In. This great deficit ls mado up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic peopl who aro supporting Berea In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness. OUR SCHOOL 18 LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of tho young people. Our students come freta the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge. All except thoso with parents In Berea live In College buildings, anff assist in work of hoarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the valno of their labor. Except In winter It ls expected that all will have a chance to cam a part of their penses. Write to the Secretary Mfore coming to secure employmenL PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Onr climate is the besc but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps-anunderclothing, umbrellas and overshoes, aro nocessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and g -. Pv$'a PHEASANT FARMING IN WES Si I "Pit II u 1 IS' O - -- I 1 I I Birds In Oregon and Washington More Numerous Than Quail in East or Southern States. The t'nlted .States department of ag rlculturo believes pheasants will thrive In certain sections of this coun try and Is Introducing them here from V UKDCRDfMM. in !. Wr BlUd O.ltlN. of drain tile. Usually these are either too e.pensivo or too unstable a nature to bo recommended. Hvery macadam road should be crowned, In order that tho water falling upon It mny run quickly to the gutters. It Is nlso necessary that tho shoulders should have thu same slope as tli n macadam or perhaps a 15 feet or less In width It will bo found satisfactory to hnvo the center CVfe Inches higher than the sides, forming n crown of three' ijunitcrs of an Inch to the foot. On iihuU of greater width ft will be neces-warto reduce the crown to t Inch lo tho foot, or perhaps even less, The apex should be slightly rounded. one-hal- SIDC DRAIN Typical Crors Section of Macadam Roads. Is filled with stones varying in slzo from small pebbles to boulders eight or ten Inches In diameter, tho largest being placed nt the Isittom. These stones need not be placed with special care, but the condition of the mnss should bo such us to permit con solidation with n roller. To dispose or the water collected by a drain of this kind, narrow trenches should bo cut to tho sides so as to connect with open outlets. These trenches should nlfo be filled with stones. Such n drain la usually effcctlvo and ordinarily costs less than two side drains. Another way of multiplying In part the effect of tho subsurface water Is to construct n foundation of telford. Formerly, nearly all mucadam roads ration Pair of Pheasants. China ant other native homes of the aro bird Oicrftm and Washington well adapted by cllmato nnd other en vlronmcnts lo their production, and pheasants in those states nro moro iiumerouu than quail In the east nnd south little greater. For i; road other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding-antowels. For tablo board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week lathe fall, and 11.00 In winter. For room, furnished, fuol, lights, washing of bedding. 40 cents a week In fall and spring, 60 conta In winter. SCHOOL FEES aro two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc This ls paid but once, and Is returned when tho student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for caro of school buildings, hospital library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or serrlces of teachers all our Instruction Is a freo gift). Tho Incidental Feo for most students is S5.UU a term, $C in Academy and Normal, and $7.00 lu Collc-gl-ato courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental feo and room rent bj tti term, board by thu half term. Installments aro as follows: FALL Model School ? COO G.60 y Vocational, Normal and academy $ COO C.60 9.45 $21.05 9.45 $30.50 $30.00 $ 6.00 6.00 9.00 $21.00 9.00 $30.00 $29.50 $ 6.00 4.00 6.75 $16.75 S.75 College $ 7.00 Incidental Fee Room Hoard, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 14, 1910 Board for 7 weeks, due Nov. 2, 1910.. MS $20,05 9.45 $23.50 29.0O $ 5,00 6t00 5.00 6.e 9.41 $22.01 9.41 $31.fC- LOADING CHUTE IS CONVENIENT I.I me Is best supplied by giving tho fowls nccess to crushed oyster shells, Filthy milk will usually Induce bowel dlseaso among tho young chicks. Never forget that poultry requires grit and llmo for digesting food and forming egg shells It Is unwlso to spend money for bet ter chickens nnd .then give them such uoor caro that they cannot do well. If n mule Is not popular with, tho females In his pen he should be re moved nnd another bird substituted. Once or twice a year a wagon load of small gravel should be hauled from nonio stream for the fowls to work over. When given with care, one of the best foods for young and growing chicks, nnd tho laying hens too. Is sweet milk Tho maintenance of productiveness nnd vigor aw essentials In poultry keeping, and when both can bo real-liethe work will pay. Tho young chicks should have fresh milk only, as sour milk, Is suitable only for the adults, being Injurious to nil kinds of young animals. Although thero may not lie any visIblo lice or miles In your poultry houso It Is a good thing to whitewash It two or three times a year. Wed tho liens anu proviutt mem with good shelter, but do not try to won them III u hothouse. Housing them loo closely and warmly will soon result in the lowering of vigor and d - Total for term If pal'd In advance $31.0T $ 7.0 6.CI. B.Ct. $22.01: 0.0V " " m !! WINTER LZ. Incidental Fee Room Joard, 6 weeks . Amount due Jan. 4, 1911 $20.00, 9.00 Board for C weeks, d'e Feb. 15, 1911. Total for term... If paid in advance.'. SPRING A $29.00', $28.50 $ 5.00 4.00 6.75 $3L0I' $30.5$ $ 7.01 4.09 6.71 $17.71 6.7B for Early Season. tho farmers have an excellent opportunity lo raise rlilckciiH for the early season, for their do not need much attention until after that time und tho labor cm be tuadu tr, reap great profits from tho fowls. Retain tho best layers for the mothers und If the hens am In como pcxtlona Chickens broody, which will probably bo tho case, ii bo Incubators and hatch ducks nnd chicks lu time to reach tho lato winter nnd early spring resorts nnd (hen butch out another lot for Hie wot hprlng season. 07v. ,o enough of feed Is used pudaeu .rood c$g cldc Ileus, as well as tome luiiimnw. get loo fat lo work. Hut perbnps that Is not so often the causu of no eggs as many would lead us to "ipposo. While It Is true that tome f!jw.l' ....... t. - I...... . l.it I Hens Teo Fet. .M. th right Rind . ';jafSSS.2ST loading chute Is u great conve nience, it not a necessity, on every farm where hogs are grown, Vuys the Michigan Farmer. A hoi, chute re quires to be Just wide enough to allow ono big hog to pass through It at a tlmo und not turn around, sgy from Muku the chute 8 0 to 24 Inches. feet long, using good haidwuud 2x4'n for sides (ouk Is best), round the bottom corner or heel und taper bottom cornor at toe back IK Inches (see diagram). On the top or Hat sides tint! Moor of Inch boards putting on occn- lonally u cleat to prevent animals Tnke two pieces of from slipping. sburpon one ond und Iron lVjli bend over, forming hooks lMi luetics Holt long (old wagon tire Is good). these to shaped toe with huoks bent own on tall of wagon. The sides are best made of elm strips three or four Inches wide, the same length us tho bottom und three strlpti to tho side. evenly spuced, Cut through uprights so that they will make tho sides 2 Celling llltle chicks well started Is feet high when put together. Fasten fully half the battle. Chicks that Ith bolts, one bolt to the slat aud mado their apiearnnro In February or one to sill. This allows the sides In early March will noed extra attention close drawn or shove forwurd, thus dry ami warm losing up space at rear of wagon a, he l.me Keep hlch cannot be done with tho stiff Ides or tbuta nlth cgr aai the J chute will bo the right height for any wagon. These sides are kept lu placu by long, heavy hooks bolted to bob torn blat nnd fiistened to body or sill by staples nt close Intervals to allow for shutting up space at rear ol wagon. Ho not put anything across the lop ur. sluts nre In the way In case you want to make a rush up the chute. The Idea of a narrow chute Is to keep the pig from turning around. uh it U the pig ihnt turns around that causes the (rouble. The object of thu round heel Is to aid in muulpu. lutlon. Oat Straw Best. Oat straw Is more palatable and more nutritious tliaii tho straw of nuy other grain and is nearly equal to corn stover. In addition to its uso as n feed, it Is largely used for bedding und for tho formation of manure Its fcrlillxlng value Is about three dollars per ton. Wyoming Wool Clip. According to statistics the won I clip of Wyoming for tb)s season wu 4V,uuu,uou pounds, vulu- i at about fS.t'QC.OOO Incidental Fee Room Board, S weeks Amount due March 29, 1911 $15.75 6,75 Beard for 5 ecks, due May 3, 1911 . !:!, $23.5u $23.50 $24.5f $23.00 If paid In advanc 123.00 $24.0T REFUNDING. Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows; (No ul'owance for fraction of a week.) On board, refund In full. On room and "Special Expenses," there Is a largo loss occasioned by vacant rooms or depleted clhssos, and the Institution will refund t only of tho amount which the student has paid for tbo remaining weeks of the term. On Incidental Foe, students excused beforn Ihe middle of a lerm will ref the Incidental feo paid, which certificate will, ceive n certificate for be received as cash by Ilerea CoIIoro on payment of tenn bills by the eto-deIn person, or u brother or sister, If presented within four terms. The first day of Fall term Is September 14, 1910. one-halono-hal- Total for term... The first day of Wlnler form Is January 4, 10J1. The first day of Spring term l March 29, 1311, Tor Information or friendly advice, write to the Secretary. WILL C. GAMBLE, BEREA. KENTUCKY. trosi. Page Eight. ijoonoonoononotoioonoiionoiioiionononoKononononononog THE CITIZEN. tor Jones Is visiting his brother, Marlon Jones. Estill Jones, ono of Ucrea's students, visited at T. M. Jones' over Sunday. Mrs, Eva Jones was In Bcrea a jmrt of last week. Mrs. Molllo Halo of Clover Bottom February 2, 1911. spent Thursday night with her broGusslo ther, Luther Klmberlain. Wo corteiponatnc puMlibed anltii 1111(1 In (oil tjr lt writer. Ike tine Ruckcr of Moto attended church hero an etldenca ol tool filth. Write pUlnljr, It not (or publication, bat last week. Curt Bengo mado a busiOKOItOKOltonOKOKOItOKOKOItOltOKOO)OMOtlO)IO)IOMOMO)(OilO)tOtlOMOM ness trip to Richmond, Thursday. plentiful In this community. Tho FOR REPRESENTATIVE inn ium- Holiness peoplo havo been holding a announco tho We are authorized to Blg Hill, Jan. 30. Miss Nanolo series of meetings at Seven Pines. candidacy of Dr. J. A. Mahaffey, of Powell and llttlo brother, Aaron, ANNV1LLK Sturgeon, Ky., for Representative of from Jessamlno County spent last the 71st district, subject to tho acAnnvlllo, Jan. 30. Tho roads aro reek with their grandparents, Mr. very bad this winter becauso of much and Mrs. Moso Estes. Camel Noly tion of the Republican party. rain. Mrs. Charles Smith from Green and Miss Clnda Reeco were unltJd Hall was visiting her sister, Mrs. In marrlago tho 19th Inst. Mr. NcJly JACKSON COUNTY a li a son of Mr. Joseph Nccly an I Belcher, Sunday. Charley Knox, GRAYIIAIVK traveling salesman spent Sunday at MIps Reeco Is a daughter of Mr. Gray Hawk, Jan. 30. D. Ward has John Mcdlock's. Tho school at Ann Joseph Recce, Sr. They both aro to vlllo Academy, taught by Mr. Dcllol-landrecently moved near Derea well known hero nnd well respected. and Miss Tracy, Is progressing This vicinity wishes them tho best of oducato his children. W. R. Englo success. Philip and Wm. Hayes havo and J. F. Tlncher have gono down nicely, with over 100 enrolled. the Laurel IUvor with seven hundred Charley and Eldcn Davidson from gono to Lexington to spend a few Peoples aro attending school here. days with relatives. Leonard and ties. Circuit Court Is over at with ono hundred indictments. Tho Misses Etta Mcdlock, Lizzie Charllo Abrams have gono to LexingMost of them are for whiskey, to Johnson and Llzzlo Ingram attended ton with a load of tobacco for Philip the shamo of Jackson Co., and tho Christian Endeavor here Sunday night Hayes. A. J. Wilson has built a new good pcopld living In It. It is and spent the night with Miss Mat-ti- e blacksmith shop nnd gono Into busiMcdlock. They report a good t.me. ness for himself. Mrs. Julia Hayes, hoped that tho time will come when Thoso who enjoyed a nlco flinch Lucy and llttlo grandson, Ilea Abthis terrible evil will be wiped out. Tho Rov. Harvey Johnson of the gamo Saturday night at tho Mcdlock rams, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Moses Estes. Aunt Clnda Ba M. E. church preaches at Cray Hawk home were Charley and Eldcn David every fourth Sunday. Every one Invit- son, Jesse Trultt, Edward Strong, ker Is better. Mrs. Lydla Asbury and spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs, ed to attend. Mrs. Louisa Tlncher Leonard and Mattlo .Mcdlock is staying at J. D. Bingham's thru Mollle Johnson. Berry Llttlo from Philip Hayes. Tho Rev. J. W. Par tho winter. John Ward has recent- McKeo visited friends In Annvllle, sons thinks ho will bo able to fill ly moved to tho property vacated by Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Rader his appointment at Pilot Knob tho has are homo again after an absenco of second Saturday and Sunday In Feb. D. M. Wnrd, and Geo. .Ward six monthe. They are soon to bo moved to the John Ward property. KINGSTON citizens of Annvllle. Leonard and SAND GAP. Mr. Chas. Bowman of Kingston Pearl Goodman who are attending Sand Gap, Jan. 29. Tho Itov. G. V. school hero visited homo folks, Sat died Jan. 10, 1911, otter n lingering appoint- urday Clemmons filled his regular and Sunday. Our Christian Illness of consumption, at tho ago ment at this place, yesterday and to- Endeavor was largely attended last of 29 years. Mr. Bowman was a mem day, and, considering the disagree- night, Mr. W. A. Worthlngton led ber of the Baptist church at Brush able weather, and bad roads, quite the meeting. The topic Was, "A Missi- Creek, Rockcastle County, nnd had a number were out to hear him, onary Journey around tho world," many friends. Ho leaves a wife, two which shows their Interest In well nnd wo had a very good meeting. children, father, mother, brothers and doing. Colo, Richardson, and Cook, About 8 new one sister to mourn his loss. Ho wan members were added. our hustling merchants, have just reer Mc-K- East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else ton Baptist church, Sunday, Jan. 22 Mr. nnd MrB. Taylor Botklns nro rejoicing over tho nrrlval of a flno d boy last week. Mrs. Mary Conn vU-lte- Home Course In Health Cuhure IV Nursing In the Home Mrs. Dora Davis last Monday. Widow Kolley la very low with pnsu-monfever. Mrs. Mary Gaffney nnd ihlldren wero guests of O. E. Brock-ma- n and family last week. la IN OUR OWN STATE (Continued from firt pRt) It should bo bright nnd cheerful, but not Incumbered by carpet, upholstered furniture or curtains. In the grava crises of dlscaso tho slightest confusion may turn tho tldo against the patient. As a rule, tho bed should not ba placed against a wall, but in the center of tho room, so that ncccsa to tha patient may bo hnd on both sided and a freo circulation of air bo permitted. In pneumonia tho room should bt cannot catch cold. Cold air seem to be a specific for tho disease, and It ts now tho chief rcllanco in treatment. however, cold air nppcars to be Irritating, and, whllo tho room shoald bar a constnnt supply of fresh air, It should bo warmed. venUInted freely. Tho pneumonia pa-tlc- nt TERRIBLE CRIME Tho homo of Mrs. Nnnnlo Hoi-bro- near Mayfleld was entered, Sunday night, by a brutal negro who criminally assaulted both Mrs. and hor twelve year old daughter. Tho fiend staid in tho house all night, having cut tho telcphono wires beforo ho entered, to prevent tho alarm being given. Ho mado his Hat-broo. Bf EUGENE L FISK, M. D. Copyright, 1910. by American Preia Association. Is n far cry from tho old type of nurse Immortalized by Dickens in tho character of Snlrey Gamp to tho modern formidable product in neat uniform, surrounded by nn atmosphere of portentous dignity nnd In acute bronchitis or UrynglU. IT Taking tha Tamparalura. Tho tcmpcrnturo Is best taken In tha authority. O'REAR ENDORSED Trained nurses havo their faults, Tho Republican Convention of Ohio Just as physicians and clergymen havo County which met, Jan. 28th, to nomitheir weaknesses, but Micro Is no deny nate delegates to tho District State lng that tho Intelligent trained nurso Senatorial Convention, endorsed has largely contributed to tho triumph Judgo Ed C. O'Rcar for tho Republi- of modern surgery nnd medicine. Medcan nomination for Governor. This Is ical and surgical prnctlco would bo thought to bo tho first real gun In ono sided and incomplete It tho methods of trcntmcnt, however scientific, tho O'Rear campaign. wcro left to careless or Ignorant hnnds CHRISTMAS SEALS Tho number of Christmas for administration. How often wo hnvo occasion to noto seals sold by tho Kentucky Association for tho Study nnd Prevention of tho rapid chnngo afor tho bettor that plnco when patient Is removed Tuberculosis was nearly 230,000. All takes snnltnrlum or a trained nurso to n tho money realized from theso sales takes chnrge. even though no Item of Is used for tho prevention of consumptho drug trcntmcnt or diet is changed. tion and this year tho part realized Regulnrlty nnd system nro largely reby tho Kentucky Association Is sponsible for this result, but undoubt$900. Tho money will bo used edly Micro Is a certain valuo In tho for giving freo stereoptlcon lectures mcntnl suggestion that accompanies the assurance of trained care and suon tho dlscaso and its prevention. pervision, Just ns the dally visit of tho physician fortifies and cheers, oven L. & N. TRYS TELEPHONE APPARATUS Tho Loulsvillo and Nashvlllo railroad Is Installing a complete equipment of Western Electric telcphono train dispatching apparatus to cover ,tho Cumberland Valley and Kentucky ceived a big Bupply of goods. Sher- OWSLEY COUNTY IUCKTOWN A man Durham and family are going to Dry Fork, where tho former will work on his new farm. John Cook and family aro planning to go to Florida. Mollio Durham visited Mr. J. W. Williams and daughter, Friday. J. R. Durham visited his daugha, ter, Maggie, who Is In school at and stayed over night with friends, Wm. Kerby arkl family. Granvll Norvel, and wife, of Wallace-tohavo been visiting tho latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Huff, of this place, beforo going to their future home in Indiana. Lewis Mc- Gulro and wife, of High Top, nro visiting the latter's parents here. Leonard Johnson, mado his usual Uclivery run to Kerby Knob, today. L. E. Durham and wlfo are visiting rolatlves at Wind Cave. C. S. Dur ham, was surveying land on Oklahoma Ridge, last week. There is a pew and very severe fevci raging In this vicinity, known as the Illinois- Indiana fever. Thomas Durham Iia3 uold his farm to his brother, Pendle ton, and will leave for Indlnaa In a Tew days. Albert Isaacs, and wife of Indiana havo been visiting the latter's parents, Rev. and Mrs G. V, Clemmons. Mr. and Mrs. George Richardson aro being congratulated over tho arrival of a son at their home, the 9th Inst. J. W. Abrams and Jcsso Durham, are having Una success dealing In fur. Be-ren, -- Ricctown, Jan. 21. B. T. Huff cut his foot very badly last week. H. B. Gabbard left for Hamilton, O., last Thursday. Mrs. Annlo Reynolds who has been In very poor health for over three weeks with bronchitis and pneumonia Is somo better now. Floyd Lucas is teaching a subscription school at Esau, with thirty pupils. Tho Rev. Messrs Isaac Gab bard and Bill Mcintosh preached at tho Lower Indian Creek school house last Sunday to a largo crowd. Cor-de- ll Roberts and Arnold Helton preached at Grassy Branch tho first Saturday and Sunday In this month, They havo organized a church, tho Missionary Baptist, with some twenty members. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reynolds are tho proud parents of a fine eleven pound boy. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds aro planning to go to Missouri this spring. There has been much lagrlppo In our vicinity for the past few weeks. Jas. R. Gabbard has boen sick with It for a few days. Albert Bowman of Perry County was here last week. Mrs. .Martha Wilson of Cow Creek Is visiting rela tives here. Logan Eversolo was at Tallega ono day last week on busi ness. Wm. Reynolds sold Joe Johnson a flno yoko of oxen. MII'TII BOONKVII.I. South Boonoville, Jan. 30. Miss Jcnnlo MInter who recently purchasISAACS ed a farm la tho Blue Grass will Isaacs, Jan. 28. Mr. and Mrs. move to it as soon as there comes Dan Allen wcro tho guests of Mr. a tldo In tho river as she Is expectand Mrs. George Davis, Thursday ing to move in a boatColonel Mnore night. Ted Brewer visited H. C. Is not expected to live, becauso of Davis, Friday. Mr. Brewer Is moving Juries received by, falling slate In a to Pond Creek. It Is reported that :oal mine over a year ago. Miss Preston Shepherd la very ill with anlo Caywood Is very sick. Our pneumonia. W. H. Campbell is preiupt., P. M. Frye, Is holding an paring to mcvo to Indiana. Moses at Boonevlllo today for Edwards has sold his entire stock jommon school diplomas. Sanford of goods to his son, George. A two lowland Is hauling and rafting ties. woeks' scries of meetings was held -- Pleasant Abshear has mado anoth at Green Hill recently by the Rev. er addition to his mill by purchasing Messrs. A. Cornelius and G. P. Hacka now engine. J. B. Rosner is soon er. R. L. Davis has bought M. A. to bo a resident of tills place. Riley's interest In his steam mill. MADISON COUNTY Tho mumps and measles aro very DKKVFUN THE WHITE THOUGHTS. Little bad thoughts have black, black wings, Little good thoughts have white; Little bad thoughts make wrinkles grow; Good thoughts bring dimples bright. Little bad thoughts give mothers pain, But little good thoughts bring joy. I'd rather think hard for the good white thoughts, That make me a happier boy. Little bad thoughts make feet go wrong; Hut good thoughts lead them right, Fly off, little thoughts, with naughty black wings; I wait for the wings of white. I'hitit llutter Hokiihih, in "Kittle Wi i " rectum for accurato results, although a flvo in I mi to cxnosuro In tho armpit or groin will usually give an accurato register unless tho surface of tha body Is nfToctcd by an acute chill. If tho temperature Is taken In tbo mouth tho Instrument should be placed deeply under tho touguo and tho lips tight ly closed and kept closed until tho thermometer Is removed. No matter what style of thermometer Is used, It should bo left In tho mouth threo to flvo minutes. Never tnko the mouth temperature Immediately after administering cold drinks. Bathing tha Invalid. A great deal of comfort Is afforded tho Invalid by a dally bath where the condition warrants It. When the patient ts feeble one part of tbo body at a tlmo may be quickly and gently bathed. Alcohol and water, equal parts, with gcntlo massage, ts often refreshing and restorative. Tho hot pack, cold pack and cold though he gives no medicine. bath for reduction of temperature Nursing In Acuta Diaaaaas. should be used only under tho advice Aside from surgical practice, the In and direction of the physician. trained nurso Is of greatest scrvlco In mild fever, however, sponging the severe acute diseases, such ns pneubody with cold or tepid water or almonia, typhoid fever, etc.. when con- cohol and water will proro grateful stant wntchfulness Is required nnd and often reduce fever. prompt administration of remedies or Dlat In Favar, Etc. dered by tho physician In certain emerPeople nro often at a loss what to gencies. Some people nro Ixirn nurses, which give a fever patient to eat. In acuto means that they hare clear heads, fever caused by Indigestion or bowel good nerTO control, presenco of mind trouble, especially In children, It Is betnnd good temper, patience and sym- ter to withhold food until the system pathy. If a trained nurso Is not ob- - has been cleared of poison. Some persons fear starvation if food U not given within twenty-fou- r A hours. llttlo barley wnter or plain boiled waLLLLLma BasasasBBBar ter Is better than food, which will only "!' mi BBaTBBaTaTaT " BBaTBBaTBBa. remain undigested and add fuel to tho Are. "An empty house Is better than a poor tenant." In protracted fever there is a great waste of tissue, and albuminous food Is required to make good Mils loss. This Is supplied by broths, soups, milk and eggs. Carbohydrates (starches. grains, etc.) arc also needed, as they supply energy and lessen tho wasto of nitrogenous tissues. Theso may bo given In the form of strained rice, strained oatmeal, crushed wheat and barley, partially predicated if neccs-sarBeef tea cannot be relied upon for nourishment, but Is a good appctltcr and of somo value ns a stimulant. Utsful Invalid Fooda. tho whlto of Albumen Wnter.-C- ut ono fresh egg In numerous directions with scissors shako It up In a bottlo with six ounces of puro cold water and a pinch of tall nnd strain through muslin. Useful for Infatits with acuto gastrointestinal trouble, when milk must bo withdrawn. Barley Water (Thin). Add a of barley previously washed In clear cold water to a half pint of boiling water with a pinch of suit. Allow It to simmer by tho fire, stirring occasionally for one hour; the a strain through iniiHlln. Imperial Drink. Pour a pint of boiling water ou u heaping tcaspoonful of cream of tartar; ndd u llttlo sugar and lemon eel; strain when cold. This Is cooling and Increases tho activity of the kidneys. Linseed or Flaxseed Tea. Mir together three drams of unground flaxseed (Unseed), thirty grains of extract of licorice ami ten ounces of boiling water aud allow to stand from one to four hours In a warm place. Do not boll. A little lemon Juice and sugar aud one or two drains of gum arable will Improve tho mixture. This "tea" Is especially valuable In acuto colds, bronchitis, laryngitis and somo forma of bladder trouble. It should bo mora generally used than Is tho case. Beef Tea. Take n pound of leaa beef, freo It from fat nnd fibrous tissue, cut luto small pieces. Place theaa In a crock or fruit Jar with a good cover. Add to It n quart of cold water aud ten or twelve drops of dilute hydrochloric acid. Stand In a moderately warm place for an hour; then) j let It simmer gcutly for two hour more; then strain and season with salt aud pepper, if desired. It should ba ndmliilstcred hot. an ounco or two at a time. HAS NO SUBSTITUTE BP iHj POWDER Absolutely Pure 7hm only Dreyfus. Jan. 30. Mrs. Clarence Thorpe who has been visiting her father and mother for tho past two weeks will leave for her home today in Breathitt County. Mrs. Llzzlo Klmberlain visited her parents at Hugh tho latter part of last week. Miss Etta Lamb who was operated on by tho Gibson doctors three weeks ago is able to bo with her homo folks again. Mrs. Lamb will bo ablo In a few weeks to go to her homo In Germantown, Ohio. .Mrs. Goorgo Reynolds and Miss Marguerite Ridel left labt Saturday for their homo In Richmond, Ind. Miss Dora Hudson spent Saturday with her cousin, Mrs. Martha Hudson. Tho Rev. P. N. Taylor filled matla from Royal Grapa tOraatn of Tartar NO alum.no lime phosphate baking powder his regular appointment at tho Baptist church, Saturday nad Sunday. Kenneth Lunsford Is erecting a new dwelling and storo house. Ho will soon bo ready for business. Gorda and Emma Ogg who aro visiting relatives aud friends In our midst will loavo in a few weeks for Iowa. The Rev. G. D. Combs has been holding a weok'a mooting at tho Christian church. Tho services closed Sunday night with twclvo additions Wal- - Interred In the Oak Hill cemetery at Dlvlslons from Cincinnati to Norton, Vn., a distance of 301 miles. Heavy Hlatt, Ky. copper wires aro used for tho cirLESLIE COUNTY cuits with arrangements which N.U'IEK a train dispatcher to call up by Napier, Jan. 21. Geo. Hlpcrt of a loud bell any operator along tho Clay County Is hero working at u wholo line. It this service proves successlog Job. John Horn and Mr. Slldenn visited hero this week. Wm. Mlniard ful tho farallar click of tho televisited Mr. Jackson's Inst Sun- graph sounder will soon disapiie.ir, and Alfred and tho dispatcher will be heard day. Harrison Lewis Mlniard started to Washington, yes talking In plain words with every terday. John D. Couch of Hyden vis- operator. When tho dispatcher wishes to talk ited Mr. Jackson's Sunday. Matilda Mlniard has gone to Yocum Creek to any station ho will simply press a college. Willie Jackson and Delllo button which will causa tho bell to Mlniard wero married, Jan. 10, at ring at that station. There will be tho home of tho bride. A largo crowd no need In first putting his thought was present and all had a flno time. Into slow dots and dashes. Tho system also makes It poBhlblo Wo wish them a long and happy life. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Turner, a for a train, stalled at an unforueen flno girl. Born to Mr. and Mrs. place, by carrying a portable set, Willie to get Into communication with tho Hensloy, a flno boy. Mrs. Hensley of Tcmpleton, who has dispatcher by simply connecting his beon very 111 Is getting better. telcphono with tho wires by a fishing polo. TKMI'I.KTON Tho Loulsvillo and Nashvlllo railTemploton, Jan. 19. J. L. BluUao a largo log contract at road, between New Orleans nnd has taken has boon for somo tlrao equipped Tcmpleton for II. H. Hensley of Hyden. John Lewis, W. R. Turner, with tho tolephono dispatching sysJohn L. Ponnlugton and Jones havo tem. Tho system claims with pride from Mr. Blul-sa- e. that no wreck has over occurred on taken Dr. Collins was hero a few days account of tho falluro of tho Instruago to see H. L. Henslcy's wlfo who ment to work. Tho 301 miles from Cincinnati to has been sick for somo time, P. M. Wilson & Co., havo moved their saw Norton will bo covered by four cirmill to Cumberland River at tho cuits for dispatching trains, ono from Cincinnati to Paris, ono from Paris now railroad. Tobo Spllklns Is workto Corbln, ono from Corblu to Middles-boring on tho now railroad this week. and tho other from Mlddlcsboro GARRARD COUNTY to Norton. Paris and Mlddlesboro aro TAINT LICK. tho places whoro tho dispatchers aro Paint Lick, Jan. 29. Mis. John to bo locatod. With each of theso circuits for Ponder dlod Jan. 20th at about tho ago of C5 years. Sho leaves a hus- dispatching' tratns goes an Indepenband and six children to mourn her dent circuit for handling tho freight loss. Tho community extend to tha business. family their sympathy. bereaved We Have Notlcad That. lrB. Sam Eden, Sr., vlBlted relative "Between what you ought to say i' Slato Lick last week. The Mlsau " Blauton and Omla Jennlim and what you do say when you aro talking to a pretty woman thero Is Mrs. O. L. Gabbard last woek. visited tho often a great gulf fixed." "Tho Olrl --Tho Rev. Mr. Cornelius from With tho Red Hair," by Max mountains preached at tho Wallaeo- en-ab- lo Mo-bll- o, o, THE THAINKI) NUIIHK HAH l.AIIOKI.T TO Til K TIUUMl'lt OK HODX11M BUUOKIIV AND MEDICINE. talnablc and some member of tho family can rlso to these requirements good results will follow If the physician's Instructions are carefully written down Printed and accurately followed. blanks can usually bo obtained of druggists on which to keep n record of the temperature, pulse, nourishment given, etc., or n blank may bo constructed for this purpose. Tho haphazard administration of nourishment nnd medicine should be avoided. Nursing In Chronio lllnaaa. In chronic diseases It usually falls to the lot of somo member of tho family to do tho nursing. Hero is where tho physician should keep n watchful cyo open aud see that tho fearful tyranny of chronic Invalidism docs not exact an unnecessary sacrifice. Tho chronic Invalid becomes self centered, lives In a world apart, whero tho bodily processes or Infirmities (111 nearly Tills tho wholo field of consciousness. elf absorption and Introspection aro often unduly fostered nnd encouraged through tender hearted sympathy ou the part of family und friends. There aro few diseases that Justify tho slavery that Is so often Imposed by the chronic Invalid. It Is tho physician's duty to bring nbout a more normal relationship and lift his patient out of the rut of weak self pity and selfish tyranny over others. Chronic dlscaso Is Indeed n pitiable condition, and the physician should be the last to withhold sympathy or comfort, but his Influence should bo exerted to develop courage, patience nnd self dental on the part of the sufferer, to the end that other lives may not bo needlessly sacrificed. Persons who aro called upon to care for Invalids should bo compelled to take proper exerclso nnd rest. Many a nervous, ruined life can bo traced to the exacting demands of some chronic suttercr. But the blame rests not so much upon the partly responsl-bi- s Invalid as upon thoso who permit such exactions. Qanaral Maaaurat In Sickroom. The sickroom should, of course, be If sunny expoiuro and well ventilated. Farinaceous Beef Tea. To beef tea, prepared as In tho formula flrat gtvaa, add a llttlo well cooked oatuieal or tracker dust und serve hot. Barley wnter or rice water may bo likewise enriched by beef ten. Peptonized Poods, Etc. Partial of milk, meat, oysters, eta, may be useful In certain condition. This can bo carried out by following the directions nccomptinyliig the peptonized preparations sold In the shop. Space does not permit of quoting other formulas, but those having Invalid ba charge would do well to study siraa nursing manual and lighten their la bor. as well as assist the patient, by varying the monotony of the Invalid dietary.