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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, The Citizen FEBRUART 9, 1011 Knowledge li power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge la to read a good newspaper. Vol. XII. One Dollar a year. No. 83 W.L.Douglas Shoes 2.2, 3.2, and THE PARENT'S, THE GREATER GUILT "visiting the iniquities of the parents upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me and showing mercy unto thousands of them that love me and keep my commandments." Every reader will recognize it. Is tliero anyone who doesn't think it in true f llo doesn't have to look to scripture for its authority. Thero isn't a week, a dny that does not furuith uxnmplos attesting its truth before the eyes of all. And this gives tin nn insight as to what the truths of the IJible nre man's interpretations of the observed lawn of nature, God's laws. Thus the Book Of books tniin talus its hold upon a scientific age. And the scientific ngo knons that the parents must sharo tho blnmo for the crimes committed by the children It knows that the parents, cither by example, by precept or o neglect, are the authors of the crime. Tho scientific ngo then ought to know how to dtitri-liul- e the punishment, ntul sinco that is largely impossible, it should ho organize.society, so instruct nnd trnin the home builders in the science of eugenics thnt it will prevent immornlity, vice and crime, just ns it now breeds physical robustness nnd good trails in horses nud cattle just as it will prevent disease by snuitntion and tho ob. servauceof the laws of health. Utit should it let the criminal go unpunished ? Never. It knows that eVery unpunished criminal by so much endaugers the life of every other member of society. It should therefore take punishment entirely out of the realm of the emotions, make it sure, properly it, nnd let Its object be only correction, not vengeance, and, when thero is some nssurnnce that its purpose is accomplished, then the punishment should bo withdrawn. Until the homes ceaso io be the breeders of crime and until parents ccRse to be the accomplished trainers of their childrin for lives of criminally, the reformatory is the only prison that has nny right to exist society thus attempting to moke up to the criminal tho lack, tho failure of tho home. Tho taint the criminal taint, tho viciousness, the baseness, tho evil characteristics of the parents visited upon the children unto tho the third and fourth generation. No wonder that children can bo found without respect and love for their parents no wonder that thoy sometimes curse their memory. Society can afford to be chnry with punifl rrr nt unless it can plnco it whero it belongs until parents care ns much for their children ns they do for their cattle. An old law. (lis-tribu- .... THE FOUNDATION OF FORTUNE The habit of saving, formed early in life, is the foundation of most fortunes. Thrifty people patronize the bank and are enabled to accumulate money and to prosper. The Department of Savings is a special feature of this bank. It has many depositors, both large and small. All deposits in this department draw 4 compound interest. One dollar or more will open an account. 4.2 Shoes FOR MEN W. L. Douglns Shoes cost more to make than ordinary Shoes, because higher grade leathers are used and selected with greater care, every detail in the making is watched over by the most skilled shoemakers in this country. These are the reasons why Douglas Shoes are guaranteed to look and fit better and wear longer than any other $3.50 or $4.00 shoes you can buy. Our Spring Stock is now open", We have them in all styles and leathers. Berea Bank ics any words supplied by tho & Trust Co. 0FJP WEEK The Largest Stock of Men's Shoes IN BEREA R.R.C0YLE CHATTANOOGA LETTER IN OUR OWN STATE Langley's Dill Passed Criminal Gives Up Qovernop Willton on Night Riders Religious Fanaticism Representative James Wins. TO RAISE SALARIES A bill of Representative Langlcy ot tbo 10th District Increasing tho salaries ot storekeepers and gaugcra In small distilleries from $2.00 to 13.00 per day ho been passed by tho House A similar bill In tho Benato championed by Mr. Bradley has been favorably reported. CAITURKD RY I US CONSCIENCE "King" M'Namara, who killed Jacob Keller In Lexington a dozen years ago and who has been in hiding from Juntlco all these years, gavo himself up to tho pollco authorities in Now York a .Tow, days ago. Ho will bo brought back to Kontucky for trial. Tho murder Is reivortcd to havo boon ono of tho worst that has ever boon committed In tho state. TRIAL RESULTS IN ACQUITTAL Grovor C. Fish ot Rerca, on trial at Nlcholasvlllo for tho killing tt S. E. Welch, was acqulttod by tho Jury. A dispatch from Nlcholasvlllo to tho Lexington Herald stated that tbo ground of acquittal was tho on tho part of tho jury that Fish waB Insane ut tho tlmo of tho killing. bo-ll- ot I J NO MORE NiailT RIDING Governor Wlllson Is reported cs saying mat tnero will bo no nioro night riding In Kentucky even If tho tobacco crop of 1911 Is cut out, In opposition to tho wishes ot a considerable minority and even In opposition to tho action ot tho Bur-lo- y Society. Tho Governor does not glvo his reasons' for his optomlstlc statements and a great many pcoplo of central Kentucky can bo found who oxpect a ronownl of tho reign of terror of a fow years ngo. LAYS II LA.ME ON THE LORD Mrs. Amanda Harrison who attempt' od to open tho gravo of Georgo fl. Saufloy near Stanford, Kontucky, and who worked with a spado all night alono, reaching the casket which sho could not opon for the want ot a scrow driver, about daylight, declared In court that tho Lord appeared to her In n vision and told her to opon tho gravo, and that as soon as sho saw tho faco ot Saufluy that ho would ratso him from tho dead. Sho will possibly bo sont to tho lnsano' ! Chattanooga. Tonn., Jan. 19, 1911. Editor of Tho Citizen: Sinco It has been a tlmo honored custom for students and friends ot Borea College to writo letters to Tho Citizen I tako advantage of tho opportunity to toll Its readers something about Chattanooga and tho historic points around tho city. Chattanooga is a very enterprising city ot GO.OOO pcoplo situated on the bend of tho Tcnncssoo River in tho valley that runs north and south between Lookout Mountain and Missionary HIdgo. Not' only Is Chattanooga interesting to tho student ot Civil Wnr history but it Is interest-- " ing to tho captain of modern industry rocauso ho finds hero a good investment for his millions. Tho points of War- Intorcst aro us follows: Chlckamauga Park In Georgia, twelvo miles south of tho city, where 2C.0OO men wero killed and woundod; Missionary Rldgo running almost north and Bouth along tho cast sldo of tho city for a distance ot eight miles; Lookout Mountain on tho west sldo and Orchard Knob now In tho city whero Gen. Grant had headquarters during tho fall of 18.13. Tho battle ot Chlckamauga began Sept. 18, 1SG3, and lasted threo days. Tho strength of Rosccran's army during thin strugglo was CI ,322 whilo Bragg opened with 33.5S3 tho firbt day but was reinforced by corps which raised tho forco to 47,321. Tho Federal army was driven back Into Chattanooga whilo tho Confederates occupied Lookout Mountain on tho west and Missionary Lotit?-strcot's History of the English Bible Sixth Article The "Breeches Bible" The First to be Printed in Letters of Present Form, and First to be Divided into Verses Copy in President Frost's Possession. By. PROF. JAMES ROOD ROBERTSON Geneva Bible Noxt In tho list ot English Bibles was ono that camo forth from Uio band of religious oxllcs who fled from England to escape tho persecutions' ct Bloody Mary. From various places on tho continent of Europo they gradually drifted to Geneva, Switzerland, tho Mountain Republic and tho homo of civil and religious liberty. Tho Gcnova Blblo was first published in 1GC0 nnd received Its name from that city of rcfugo. Its tltlo reads; "Tho Blblo and Holy Scriptures, contained In tho Oldo and Nowo Testamente, to bo divided into verses. Tho object ot tho latter was to render It "most profitable for mcmorle" and "nyst caslo to find out by tbo best concordances and also by quotations." Many Helps In tho arrangement of tho books and the grouping into an old and a now Testament, It was llko tho Blblo of today. Thero was much ex- -' planatory material and Dotes upon tho toxt filled tho margins. No Blblo boforo it could compare with tho Geneva version In tho matter ot helps to tho reader. Fewer lllustra- - Work of Scholars Many scholars took part la tho production ot tho Gcnova Blblo but tho leading spirits wero William Wblttingham, Anthony Gilbcy and Thomas Sampson. They were all not ed as scholars of language and for re ligious character, having held import ant positions In their own country. Tho oxpenscs of tho translation and publication of tho Blblo were met by tho members ot tho English church In Geneva which numbered several hundred., Geneva at the tlmo of tho publication ot this Bible was under tho religious and civil authority of tho reformer John Calvin and tho Blblo bears many marks ot his system of thought. Especially Ib this to bo seen In tho notes on tho margin. For example a note to Romans IX. 15 reads "As tho only will and purpose of God Is tho chief causo of election and reprobation so his free mercy in Christ Is an interior causo ot salvation and tho hardening of tho heart an Inferior causo of damnation." Apt Notes Some of tho notes aro very apt as may bo seen from tho following. NEWS Governor New Ambassador to London Democracy Still on Trial In New York Hooper Begins to the Rescue of procity Measure' Well-Demo- crats Reci- TO SUCCEED REID Is reported in Washington that Whltelaw Reld, the present Ambassador from the United States to the Court of St. James, Is soon to retire and former VIco President Fairbanks of Indiana is prominently spoken of as his successor. STANDING PAT Tho boss purchased legislators ot Now York aro standing pat for Sheo-ha- n, Mr. Murphy's candidate, at the middle of tho 4th week ot tho contest. Thero aro rumors of a break between Governor DIx and Mr. Murphy as well as rumors ot a combination between tho Insurgent Democrats and Republicans. Jacob Gould Shurman, President of Cornell University, Is being mentioned as a possiblo Fual-oni- st It Rldgo on tho cost. Tho first placo that I visited was Mission Rldgo whero Bragg camped from Sopt. till Nov. 2C, when ho was compelled to retreat in tho direction Translated according to tho Ebruo nnd Grcoko and conferred with tho of Atlanta followed by Sherman. In divers lanTho Government has built beautiful best translations guages." roads from Chattanooga up MissionDistinguishing Feature ary Rldgo and from there to ChlckaThero were sovoral features which mauga along tho lines ot tho old roads. Tho ontlro distanco as much distinguished this Blblo from thoso as possiblo is kept In tho 6a mo condi- thnt went before It. It was tho first tion it was in during tho campaign ot tho English Bibles to bo printed in tho present Roman letters instead ot of 'C3. tho old English and was tho first Coutlmirilonliit page. tlons wero to bo found in tho book but maps were Included for tho first time. Largely a New Translation Tho Gcnova Blblo was moro nearly a now translation than soma ot tho versions that preceded It but still tho flno phrases ot Tindalo aro recognized. Tho spirit of scholarship is shown In koeplng tho purity of tho original text by printing in ital The easiest and most valuable $ made is the $ saved. Begin today and "Save the Difference." candidate. Why not the Republicans Join with the good Democrats to savo tho Democratic party Just as thoy did In Tennessee, placing comment on Romans vl. 5. "Tho Greek the good ot tho country above party word moaneth that wo grow up to- platforms and party obligations. gether with Christ as wo boo moss, TO INVESTIGATE DEPARTMENT Ivy, mistletoe or such llko grow up A resolution was Introduced In bjr a treo and aro nourished by tho tho IIouso ot Representatives, Mon' Juice thereof." day, calling for a sweeping investigation of tho Post Office Department. Dedicated to Queen Tho Geneva Bible was published In It Is said that complaints havo been tho reign of Queen Elizabeth and piling up from all over tho country Is dedicated to this "Most virtuous concerning tho management of tho Deand noblo queen" with tho hopo partment. Tho Jist of the complaints that "God should bring to is that tho various officials of tho pass some wonderful work by your servlco thruout tho. union aro being graco to tho Universal comfort of overworked In order to put tho Department upon a paying basis. Ills church." REFRESHING NOlteS FROM Most Popular Bible Tho Geneva Blblo was tho most TENNESSEE popular ono that had yet appeared. Governor Hooper, tho candidate of It passed through as many as 160 tho Fusionlsts, has been Inaugurated editions circulating and being pub- and has given tho country a refreshlished oven after tho version of King ing oxamplo of what a Governors James camo out. It was this Blblo position should bo relatlvo to the moro than any other around which enforcement of tho liquor and other tbo Puritans rallied In their strugglo laws. Ho says it will bo tlmo with tho Stuart Kings and It held onough to repeal tho state's prohibiits placo until tho middle ot tho 17th tion laws when tho sworn officers contury. This Blblo Is often referred of tho law havo mado an attempt to to as tho "Breeches Blblo" becauso enforco them and havo failed, and of tho uso of tho word "breeches" in- tho only legislation in that regard, stead ot "aprons" in Genesis III, 7. that ho suggests, is a law giving him authority as Governor The Illustration to Tho picture which accompanies all officers both of tho city this artlclo was mado from a copy and county who full to do their duty. of ono ot tho editions of this Blblo SAN FRANCISCO WINS prlntod in 1615 and secured by PresiSan Francisco and Now Orleans havo dent Frost In his recent visit to been carrying on an exciting camEngland. In this edition tho old Eng- paign both In Congress and throughlish typo was again used and other out tho country In an effort to tho location features appeared such as tho Litany of the Panama of 'tho church, tho Psalter and tho Canal Exposition in 1915. Tho Houko I cntitiutd on Ul pagf. of Representatives on Jan. 31st, endorsed tho claims of San Francisco by a voto of 183 to 159. Let us get ready to visit tho Golden Gato in 191G, going by ship through tho Panama Canal. vo ro MYUUS GUILTY asylum. OLLIE JAMES WINS Com-mltteo Tho Democratic Stato Central which a fow weeks ago declared a primary election to candidates for stato offices but ondorscd a convention tor tho nomination of candidates for tho United Stato Benato, reversed Its action as to tho convention In a meeting this week In Louisville. This is considered a great victory for Congressman James who has announced him-so- lf a oandldato to succeed Senator Paynter. ct W HY? EIGHTS. HERE? ELCH'S. Edward F. Myllus, accused of King George of England by publishing a story claiming that ho was married to Admiral Seymour's daughter boforo his present marriage, was declared guilty by tho Jury and sentenced to imprisonment for a year. Tho King was not permlttod to testify against his accuser and his statement ot donlal was not read until after tho verdict waB declared. BACKED BY DEMOCRATS FOR SALES OR EXCHANGE For other stock, a registered Fercher-oStallion, five years old, weighs about 1700 lbs. J. W. Hemdon, R. R. No. 1. Derea, Ky. n WELCH'S President Taft's reciprocity treaty with Canada, in danger ot failure to pass owing to tho opposition ot the stand-pa- t Republicans, seems to be assured of passago by the action ot the Democratic caucus Monday night, the caucus pledging tho party to vote for the agreement. Now let them help the President out In bis efforts to secure a permanent tariff commission. ' Page SIX THE CITIZEN door the chuckling, mirthless laugh of (Jbadlah Price. 'Tea yea even Into tho land of the Lamanltes aro you king!" At tho sound of his volco Strang turned toward him and tho sonorous triumph that rumbled In hts throat faded to a low greeting. And Nathaniel saw that tho llttlo old councilor's eyes glittered boldly aa thoy mot tho prophet's and that In their glanco was neither fear nor servitude but rather a light as of master meeting master. Tho two advanced and clasped hands nnd n few low words passed between them whllo Nathaniel went to tho door. "I will go with you, Captain Na thaniel Plum," called Obadlah. "I will go with you and show you the town." "Tho councilor will bo ywsr friend," added Strang. "Today ho carries lilm that authority from tho king." Ho bowed and Nathnnlol passed through tho door. Looking back ho caught a last warning flash from tho girl's eyes. As he hurried down tho stair ho heard tho councilor pnuso for an Instant upon tho landing and taking adrantngo of this opportunity ho picked up the crumpled paper, and February 9, 1911 House Where Lincoln Died J jl SERIAL? STORY ftj The Courage of Captain Plum By JAME3 OLIVER CURWOOD inoitritiooi tjr Mifsat C lfWJ (Copyright b Ilobbs-Mcrrl- Co.) 3 I I SYNOPSI3. Captain Nathaniel Plum of tho sloop Typhoon, lands BccroUr on Hoaver Lake Michigan, stronghold of tho unrmons. uuauian rnce, an ccccntrla old man and councilor of tho Mormons, who has ticcn spying on him, suddenly confronts lilm and tells him he In expected. Plum Insists lie lias (rot tho wrong man. Prlco Ignores his protestations ana oargoins ror tno ammunition on board the sloop. lie binds Nat by a solemn oath to deliver a package to Franklin Pierce, president of tho United States. lie agrees to show Plum the Mormon tnm HL James. Plum scos the frightened faco of a young woman In tho darkness near iTice s caiiin. BJio disappears, leaving an odor of lilacs. It develops that Plum's visit to Heaver Island Is to demand settlement from tho king, Strang, for tho looting of his ship some time previously by men whom ho suspected of being Mormons. Burke, Ms mate, has been left In charge of tho sloop with orders to bombard St James If the captain docs not return within a certain tlmo. Prlco takes Nat secretly In the darkness to the king's ana inrougn a winuow no sees seven wives, among and fiuuss. lady his the lilacs, who Prlcowhom of says soventh wife. Price's actions lead Plum to hrllcvo that tie Is Jealous of mrang. pium coils at the king's office, where a young woman warns lilm that his llfo Is In danger, and urges him to return to his ship. IIo refuses. Strang re- i ium corouiuy, proteoses great indignation when he hears the captain's grievance nod promises to Investigate and CHAPTER IV. read these lines: "Hurry to your ship. In another hour men will bo watching for an opportunity to kill you. You will never leavo the Island alive unless you go now. Tho girl you saw through tho window sends you this warning." morning!" Ho thrust tho paper Into his coat "Good morning, councilor!" pockot as Obadlah came up behind "Sheriff, I would havo you meet Capt Nathaniel Plum, master of tho him. "Ho, ho, Nat, my boy, I havo come sloop Typhoon. Captain Plurn this Is fast to catch you I havo como fast!" his majesty's officer, Arbor Crochet" Tho two men ndvanccd and shook he whispered. Ho caught his companion by the arm and Nathaniel felt hands. Nathaniel stood halt n head his hand trembling violently. "Como nbovo tho sheriff, who. llko his master, this way, Nat beyond tho templo. I tho king, was short and of masslvo havo things to say to you." His volco build, though a much youngor man. was strangely unnatural nnd when Ho was a dark, lowering hulk at a Captain Plum looked down Into his creature, with black eyes, black hair, that showed htm pot), faco the look In tho bcad-llkeyos and a hand-classtartled him. "Nat, you must hurry scsscd of great strength. "You aro a stronger. Captain Plum?" away with the package!" Tho councilor replied quickly. "So I understand If I savo my skin. "Ho has never been at St. James Obadlah Prlco, I have a notion to kill before, sheriff. I have Invited him to foul" whipping. Hy stay seo They had passed beyond the hugo way over to shot tho suggcetlvo look the " ho a at ediQco of logs, and as ho stopped, tho officer. "By tho way, Crochc, I hidden from tho vlow of the king's want you to seo him safely aboard his office, Nathaniel caught tho councilor's arm In a grip that crushed to tho o p "She will go with me, councilor! And why?" Obadlah had laughed softly as he Suddenly he watched tho chango. Jerked hlmsolf erect ho whispered. "Keep cool, Natl Don't show nny, excite ment or fear. Horo comes tho man who Is to kill youl" Ho mado no movo savo with his eyes. "Ho Is coming to speak with mo nnd to get n good look at you," ho added In excited hasto. "Appear friendly, Agree with what I say. IIo Is tho chief of sheriffs, tho king's murderer Arbor Crocho I" IIo turned as If ho hnd Just seen tho approaching figure And ho whispered softly, "WInnsomo's fnthcrl" , Arbor Crocho! Nathaniel gave nn involuntary shudder as ho turned with Obadlah. Crochc, chief of sheriffs scourgo of tho mainland tho Attlla of tho Mcrmon kingdom, whoso very namo caused tho women of tho shores to turn white nnd on wliouo hcaiV Uio men bad secretly set a prlco In gold I Without knowing It his hand went under his coat. Obadlah saw tho movement nnd as ho ndvanccd to meet the officer of tho king ho Jerked tho nrm back fiercely. Half a dozon paces away tho chief of sheriffs paused and bowed low. Uut tho councilor stood erect, as ho had stood beforo tho king, smiling and nodding his head, "Ah, Crochc," ho greeted, "good "Sh-h-hl- " FLIGHT OF ELIJAH SsaJar Stlool Lnonfor SpoeUllr Fb. 19, 1911 AiraniiforThl Ppr Kings U:tt-l:- lt. IJ:SS0N TCXT- -I Mfmory Serve (!OMl:.V TKXT "They that wait up-i- n tlm I !inl st.ull renew their strength. Ino. thx Tl.vr The I.day ( nfter (or ifin in !!. In h II. i: t Cirm. W yeards Inter nn lloreh n.'l rnes" I amiJesreel, tine of the royst 1'1,'rt Harell. n S M mllm iiorlhonsl nfIle.'r wilderness lyimd .M 4H 11 ni ,rhi. The lU'lm. KM from Jrirenl. J. II e niujnUlns of Klnl. O inll'-- s trll.s southwest nf Jerusalem. IloreU, ont of ' ' I I I J wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmamammmmmmai I HIS HAND on the HPTM Continued., bono. "I havo a notion to kill you!" ho re- to Captain Plum." IIo walked slowly toward her nnri for tho first Umo elnco her warning Nathaniel had an opportunity of observing tho girl without fear of bolng perceived by tho prophot 8ho was very young, hardly more than a child no would havo guessed at Orst; and yet at second nnd raoro careful clancn ho know that nbo could not bo under fifteen perhaps sixteen. ITer wholo attiro was ono to add to her childish appearance. Her lialr. which wns rather short, fell In lustrous dark curls about her faco and upon her neck. Sho woro a fitted coaWIko blouse, and kneo skirts which disclosed a pretty pair or legs and ankles. As Strang was returning with tho paper which sho handed to him tho girl turned her face to Captain Plum. Her mouth was formed Into a round red O and sho pointed anxiously to whero eho had thrown tho note. Tho king's eyes woro on his paper and Nathanpl nodded to assure her that ho understood. "I am llko a gardener who compels every passing neighbor to go Into his oack yard and admlro his first sprouts," laughed tho prophot Jovially. "In other words, I do a llttlo writing, and I take a kind of childish Joy in making other pcoplo read it. Hut I eoe this Is not In proper shape, i so you have escaped. It is a brief history of Heaver Island written at tho request of tho Smithsonian Institute, which has already published an artlclo of mino. If you happen to be on tho island tomorrow and should you return to this ofllco I shall certainly havo you read It If I havo to call all of my sheriffs Into servlco!" Ho laughed with such open good humor that Nathaniel found hlmsolf smiling dcsplto tho varied unpleasant sensations wllhhi him. "Do you write much?" ho asked. "I get out a dally paper," said tho king rather proudly, "nnd of course, as prophet, I am tho translator of what word may bo handed down to us from heaven for tho direction and commandment of my people. I hold tho secret of tho Urlm and Thummlra, which was first delivered by nngels into tho hands of Joseph, and with It have revealed tho word of Cod aa It appears In a book which I havo written. Ah I had forgotten this!" From among n mass of papers and books on the tnblo ho drew forth a pamphlet and passed It to his companion. "I havo only a fow copies left but you may havo this ono. Captain Plum. It will surely Interest you. In It 1 havo act forth tho troubleH existing between my own pcoplo und tho cyprinurottcd crlmluals Uiat Infest Mackinac uud tho mainland, and havo described our Rtrugglu for chastity and honor against those human vultures. It was published two yearn ngo. Hut condltloiw aro different to- "Ah. you wish to seo tho whlnnlm?" Tho king smiled his approval. "That is ono way wo liavo or punishing slight misdemeanors In our kingdom, Captain Plum. It Is an Illustration of our Intolerance or Ho turned suddenly toward tho girl. "Wlnnsomo, my dear, havo you conlod tlm nnnur I was at work on? I wish to show It evil-doors- peated. their report to Strang. Understand, NatT ICh? Do you understand?" "What did Casey tell them?" gasped Nathaniel. Obadlah hunched his shoulders. "Knough to warrant a bullet through your bead, Nat. Cheerful, Isn't It? Hut wo'll fool them, Nat, we'll fool them! You shall board your ship and hurry uway with tho package, and then ivu shall maku lovo to Strang's wifo for bku will go with you!" He stopped to enjoy tho amazement that was written In overy lineament day. Now now I am king, und (be of tho oppressors In the filth of their crime 6urged other's face. Tho red blood Into Nathaniel's neck and havo become the oppressed!" deepened on his bronzed cheolis. SlowTho last words boomed from lilm In ly tho reaction came. When ho spoke a slogan of triumph and as If In echo-in- s thcro was an uneasy gleam In his eyas curtkory there cama from tho open and bis volco was as hard ai steeL Tho old man stood unflinching. Not muscle of his face quivered as the captain's fingers sank Into tho flesh. "At the first sign of treachery, at tho first sign of danger t5 myself, I shall shoot you dead!" he finished. "You may, Nat, you mny. From this moment until you leavo tho Island I shall bo at your side and no harm shall como to you. Hut If there should, Nat, or if thcro should come a mo ment when you believe that I am your enemy shoot me!" Thero was Bin ccrlty In his volco that carried con viction to Nathaniel's heart and ho released his hold upon tho councilor's arm. Regardless or tho mystery that surroundod him ho believed In Oba uian. uut tncro roso in ms breast a mad desire to choko this old man Into telling him tho truth, to forco him to reveal the secrets of this strange plot into which ho had been drawn and of which ho knew as llttlo as when ho first sot foot In Strang's kingdom. Yet ho realized even as tho desire formed Itself in his brain that such an effort would bo useless. if you hod remained at tho cabin. Nat, you would havo known that I was your friend," continued Obadlah. Sho would havo como to you, but now It Is Impossible You know. You havo been warned?" Nathaniel drew WInnsomo's note from his pocket and read it aloud. Obadlah smiled gleefully when ho no ticed how carefully ho kept tho handwriting from his eyes. 'Ah, Nat, you are a noblo fellow!" ho cried, rubbing bis hands In his old tireless way. "You would not betray pretty llttlo Winn, eh? And who do you suppose told Winnsome to give you this noto?" "Strang's wife." "Yea, even so. And It was she who set my old legs for you, my boy. Como, lot us inovo!" Tho llttlo councilor was his old self again, chuckling and grimacing and rubbing his hands, and his eyes danced as he spoke of tho girl. "Casey Is not a cautious man," ho gurgled with a sudden upward leer. "Casoy is a fool!" "Casey!" almost fchouted Captain Plum. "What tho dovil do you mean?" Ho, ho, hrj haven't you guessed the truth yet, Nat? Whllo you and I wero getting acquainted last night a couplo of fishermon from the mainland dropped alongside your sloop. They had bocn robbed by tho Mormon pirates. Thoy cursed Strang. They aworo vengeance. And your cautious Casey cursed with 'cm, and fed 'em, nnd drank with 'em and ho would havo had them stay until morning only thoy were anxious to hurry with a tho city of Washington astir. Tho senato, which bad met at 7 o'clock tho night before, was still In session; scores of persons who bad como to sco tho Inauguration of the first Republican president, and who bad been unable to find other bed than tho floor, wero walking the streets; the morning trains were bringing now crowds. Added to tho stir of those who hnd not slept through tho night woro sounds unusual In Washington tho clatter of cavalry, tho tramp of soldiers. All this morning bustlo of tho city must havo reached tho cars of tho president-elec- t at his rooms at Wll- lard's hotel, whero from nn early hour he had been at work. An amendment "Hero Comes the Man Who It to to the constitution of tho United Kill Youl" States had passed tho senato In tho sloop tonight Tilt, ship Is at the all night session, and as It concerned lower end of tho Island, and If you tho subject of his inaugural, ho must will detail a couplo of men Just be- Incorporate a rcfereneo to It In tho address. Then ho had not replied to tho fore dusk an escort, you know " Nathaniel felt a curious thrill creep noto ho had rccelvd two days before up his splno at the satisfaction which from Mr. Seward, asking to bo releasbetrayed itself in the officer's black ed from his promise to accopt tho portfolio of state. Ho could wait no faco. "It will give mo great pleasure, longer. "I can't afford," ho said to Mr. NIc- councilor," he Interrupted. "I shall escort you myself If you will allow olay, his secretary, "to let Seward tako the first trick." me, Captain Plum!" And he dispatched tho following let "Thank you," said Nathaniel. "Captain Plum Is to remain with ter: My Dear Sir Your noto of tbo 2nd augural address. me throughout tho day," added ObaThero was a moment's pauso nfter dlah. "Come at seven to my place. instant, asking to withdraw your ac- reptanco of my Invitation to take tho Introduction, jih ho vainly looked Ah, I see that people aro assembling charge of tho state department, was for a spot whero bo might place his near tho Jail!" duly rccolvcd. It Is tho subject of high silk hat Douglas, who was seat"We havo changed our plans somewhat, councilor." The officer turned tho most painful sollcltudo to me, nnd ed Just behind him, stepped forward to Nathaniel. "You will seo tho whip- I feel constrained to beg that you will quickly nnd took tho hat which Mr. ping within half an hour, Captain countermand tho withdrawal. Tho Lincoln held helplessly In his hand. "If I can't bo president" ho whisPlum." Ho turned away with another public Interest, I think, demands that pered, smilingly to Mrs. Hronn, a bow to tho councilor and hastened In you should; nnd my personal feelings are deeply Interested In tho samo dicousin of Mrs. Lincoln, "I at least can the direction of Strang's office. I'leaso consider and answer hold his hat" "So that Is tho gentleman who rection. thinks he Is going to put n bullet by 9 a. a. tomorrow. Your obedient A. LINCOLN." through mo!" exclaimed Nathaniel servant True Popular Sovereignty. At noon Mr. Lincoln's work was when tho officer had gone beyond hear I think a definition of "popular sovTho president of tho ing. He laughed, and there was a kind Interrupted. Mr. ereignty," In tho abstract, would bo of wild expectant Joy In his voice. United States was announced. Huchanan had como to escort his suc- about this: That each man shall do "Obadlah, can you not mako arrangements for him to go with mo alone?" cessor to the capltof. Tho routo of preclsoly as ho pleases with himself was exclur "Ho will not go with you at nil-- tho processionalmost the historic one and with all thoso things. tbntthat a every president sively concern him . over which . Nat," gloated tho old man. "Ho, bo, since Jefferson had traveled to" tako general government shall do nil thoso wo aro playing at his own game-treacof office; but which pertain to nnd all tho When ho calls at my place bis oath looked upon astho scene Mr. thingsgovernments shall It,do Lincoln his carriage local precisely you will bo aboard ship." avenuo was different plcaso In respect to thoso matrolled up "But I should llko to havo a talk from that tho which ono looks to- as thoy upon ters which exclusively concern them. with him alono, and In tho woods. day. No great blocks lined tbo - Speech at Columbus, O., Sept. 1G, God I know a man at Grand Traverse, streets; Instead, the buildings were 1859. bay whoso wlfo and daughter" interrupted tho coun. cllor. "Would you kill llttlo WInnLittls Cabin Where Abraham Lincoln Was Born somo's father?" "Her father? That animal! That murderer! Is It true?" "Hut you should have seen her mother, Nat, you should huvo seen her mother " Tho old roan twisted his hands, llko a miser ravished by the sight of gold. "She was beautiful aa beautiful as a wild flower, and she killed herself threo years ago to save tho birth of another child Into this hell. Little Winn Is llko her mother, Nat." "And sho lives with him?" "Kr, yes and guarded, oh, so care fully guarded by Strang, Nat! Yes, I guess that some day sho will be a IP AYHREAK of March i. 1861, says Miss Tarbcll, found tow, nnd there wero numerous vacant spaces. Instead of nsphnlt, tho passed over cobblestones. Nor did tho present stately and beautiful approach to the capllol exist. The west front roso abrupt and stiff from nn unkopt lawn. Tbo great building Itself was stilt uncompleted, and IiIkIi nbovo his head Mr. Lincoln could see the swinging arm of an enormous crnno rising from the unfinished dome. Hut, as ho drove that morning from Wlllnrd's to tho capital, tho presidentelect saw far more significant sights than theso. Closed about his carrlnge, "so thickly," complained tbo nowspa-pers- , "as to hldo It from vlow," was a protecting guard. .Stationed at Intervals along tho avenuo wuro platoons of soldiers. At every corner woro mounted orderlies. On the rooftops were groups of riflemen. When reached tho north sldo of the capltol, where ho descended to enter tbo building, ho found a board tunnel, strongly guarded nt Its mouth, through which be passed Into the building. Arm In arm with Mr. Huchanan, Mr. Lincoln passed through tho long tunnel erected for his protection, entered the capltol, nnd passed into the senate chamber, filled to overflowing with senators, members of tho diplomatic corps, nnd visitors. Tho contrast between tho two men as they entered struck every observer. "Mr. Huchanan was so withered nnd bowed with age," wroto Gcorgo W. Julian nf Indiana, who was among tho spectators, "that In contrast wllh tho towering form of Mr. Lincoln ho seemed llttlo more than half a man," A few moments delay and tho movement from tho senate towards the cast front began, tho Justices of tho Supremo court. In cap and gown, leading the procession. As soon aa tho largo company was seated on the platform erected on tho east portico of tho capltol, Mr. Lincoln aroso and advanced to tho front, whero he wns Introduced by his friend, Senator Ilakur of Oregon. Ho carried a cano nnd a llttlo roll the manuscript of bis Incar-rlagIJn-coi- n In our last lesson wo left KHJoh running licforo Ahab'a cl 'lot from Cannot to .lozrrot, ono of the roynt realdetices, whllo the blessed rnln was refreshing tho whole country, nn of what tlod would do spiritually for the nation. Llljah wns tno wife to enter tho lair of tho tlgrcsm. Hut Wo can Imaglmt Alinti t( Id Je7flliol. which shn tho bluer olijurgntlons husband potirvd uiKin her rowi-rlnfor having stood quietly by while her prophet and Hani's prophets woro bolng massacred by n rebellious people. Then Jerebel, scornfully Ignoring her hii.'bnnd. nnd undefeated, whatever may have happened to her prophets, In tho Intcilty of her rago. bound herself by an oath llko tlmt of the forty Jews who hound thonwetves that they would not cat or drink till they had slain Pnul nnd sent n messenger unto RHJnh She felt that wor. Ho fled KHJah was In her nnd his sorvnnt went with lilm. Elijah wns a bravo man If ever there was ono, but ho was not a He w.n brave enough to let the Ignorant think he was n ctiwuril. Ills going wns not n sign of cowardice, bu. of wlnlom ami common sense-Christ himself Imilo his "When ye aro pnrsecutcd In one city flee yo to another;" klndti the dlvlne flres elsewhere, and thera shall be two flames Instead of one. "KHJah flies only when he hns dons the mighty work of Ood. nnd only when tho llfo Is In deadly peril which he would fain sine for futurn emergencies of service " Ho went a dnv's Journey Into th wlIdernos. Ho woutd ho nlnnc. without even h servant. In this Geth'sem-ane- , as Christ when be wont In his ngony to pray nlono He requested for himself that he might illo. He hnd horwd to accomplish the deliverance of the people, but he wns terribly disappointed Jeiebol still hud power. Heathenism would stilt flourish. AH his efTorts had Wn but trying to dam Niagara with bulrushes. "All thy billows havo pone over mo." He tar down and slept, utterly worn out, and exhausted God gave his beloved sleep and who knows what dreams nnd visions shone In the darkness Rest for mind God nnd body ont him n friend Heboid, then an anee) touched him God's meMongor. hitiiKtn or angelic. More probably the latter, one, of the "ministering splrlti. sent forth to minister for them who shall be 'heirs g brag-c.idorl. of salvation." Elijah's ' hery. " 1 queen." "Great Qodl" cried tho young man. "And you you Wa In this cesspool of sin nnd still bellcvo lu a heaven?' "Yes, I bellovo In a heaven. And my. reward thero shall bo great Ho. bo, I am taking no mlddlo road, Natl (TO OB CONTLNOIUX) jB3tMftB8tt flip was broken. Ho wns not forgotten. The outward, visible mnnlfetst!oni of power, whether In tho nnturnl or snlrlttint world, while necessary In their time and place. nrn but the smaller results of t power that prodtircd them. For lnt.mce. In the natural world, the storms howovor grent, exprnss but the oTe ti of the nlr. which elves Ufo to all living brings, men. beasts, trees. This world without nlr would bo ns dead ns the monn How feoblo tbo HrMrilng compared with the silent Invlflbte work of eeC. trlclly lighting our cities nnd homos, driving our machinery, carrying our messages over tho wires. It uiod to be thought thnt the unheaval of tho continents and tho rearing of thn great mountains wns duo to cataclysms nnd eonriagra.tlnns and vast ex. plosions of volcanic forro. It has long lioen known thnt they nre due only In part to these, but chiefly to the Inconceivably slow modifications produced by water, nnd nlr and beat. So long na all real progress In religion. In reform. In tho coming of tho kingdom of God. lies always In a chango of will, of character, so long the change must be mado by motives, nnd moral Influences, not by force! "The lion shall He down with tho lamb." but only when tbo lion's nature Is so chnnged that It loves to ent grass llko tho ov., and does not want to eat tho lamb. KHJah was to return, not yet to Israel, but nround It to tho wilder, ness of Damascus. Damascus wan on tho borders of tho desert. Hero ho would bo beyond tho dominions of Ahab. He was not for the prerent to enter Into the scene of danger, but to do his work from without. Gradually better tlme-- i came; and we find him In the kingdom, nnd tho schools of tho prophets flourishing. Anoint It vns oustomnry to set npart, hy nnolntlng kings and prophets. It oft-emeans merely to sot nnnrr tn. some special service of God, Haiaet wns known ns Jhe officer of Henhaflnrt. vinnof Syria at that time, Ho .t apart to he tho Instrument of punlih- ing israei ror tliclr lnn. H9 was tho storm nnd tbo flro that wont foro tho voice of the Lord. It Is for us to bo cheered bv God's method of chcorlug, and then to pass on tho encouragoment, and cheer oth. eru by thp cheer whereby God has GneertM us. Tho coach of tho Harvard football team In an address to the students, said. "Cheering la the most Important factor la tao. iucc of the team." silt-Mo- st n confl-dentlwn-..- tonellnesi h. February 9, 1911. TRAP FOR LITTLE ANIMALS THE CITIZEN Page Seven mm One of Most Successful Devices Whst Doy Call "Flnure 4" How It la Made. When 1 It Is Life Worth Living ? F. M. IIUBBELL Pator of Conerafatlenal Cliivch MilJ., N. D. By REV. 1855 Berea College - J 1910 was n boy 1 an nnibltlon to be rt hunter nnd trap per, writes James Sttirgcss Is tho Farm nnd Homo. Ono of tho most GATE FASTENER VERY HANDY successful of my homc-madtraps was what we hoys called n figure 4 Durable Lock Can Be Made and Ap- trap nnd It wna mndo ns follows: A plied by Any Person of Mesmall oblong box wns taken and on chanical Turn of Mind. o used to hnvo FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS. Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL Over 64 instructors, 1365 students- from 27 state. Largest college library in Kentucky. NO SALOONS. So TBXT- - My ioul U X. L wary of llf.-J- ob The season for repairing fnrm gutos nt hnnd, ami noma gates will require now fasteners. A diirnhlo guto fastener tlint will receive tlio gate Ik Lincoln's At one time Job, with a largo happy family, had lived In comfort surrounded by llorka nnd herds and great abun-danc- 'when slammed nnd hold It securely, n well nil ono tlint can be operated from horseback and yet cannot bu lifted by' stock, enn bo mndo nnd applied by n blacksmith or anyone of n mechanical turn, writes Victor I.abndlo In tlio Iturnl New Yorker. It Is mndo of two pieces nf rommon fl.it Iron b, ono Inch wide, ench 14 Inches long. shnpod In tniinncr shown In Fig. 13, swung at c by means of n bolt through n pleco of Imr Iron, n, l',l Inch by 14 Inches In dlnmcter, eight Inches long, plus diameter of post to which It Is fastened by n nut on the thrended end, thn portion which passes through the post being rounded. The ends, d. may be either welded together or fast tlVi-lnc- Iavorite Poem Trap for Small Animals. It tl.rnksm 1 I rr) the top wns hitched ft cover, 1. A yl was once that tho string, e, wan fastened on ono end of prevailing sentiment of the cover, anil lo the other end a his powerful, yet sad, trigger was attached; o Is the bait countenance wns exstick which projects through holo pressed In tho line, "Oh, bored In the upright end of the trap. why should the spirit of To set this trap tho cover, b, Is mortal be proud?" lifted nnd tho string, c. In passed over The sympathetic obthe notched upright nnd tho trigger, server, who found thero d. Is fixed at one end In a notch In so splendid n signifithe box. while tho other end Is placed cance, guessed the se In n notch on the halt stick. Any Interference with tlio bait stock releases cret that lay within with almost clairthe trigger and allows the cover to voyant Insight fall. That Is the opening line of tho poem There In danger sometimes of an which was Lincoln's favorite. H was animal working the cover up. To pre- written by n young Scotchman, who vent this a brace, g, Is provided. It died nt the age of 37 tho ago fatnl Is fastened to the upright by a small lo Hums. Myron, Motherwell and othhinge, nnil when the cover Is down er gllted jxiots. Ills ngKliist a bar. h, thus confining To thine who appreciate meritorious, tin- - animal until released. verse, the same pleasure can be here. In the rending of the poem in Its completeness, as was vouchsafOUR FARMERS ARE WASTEFUL ed Lincoln on that night of rare pearo nnd talk of beauty nmld the tumult of Russia Is Only Country That Does war nnd stress of his people's peril. Not Raise Dinger Yield of Wheat This Ih the poem in full: Than United States. Vi 99 ill I Mortality Handy Gate Faitener. onto the holt assist li arranged fastener, rhowuto In lifting tlie ened with a holt nnd a loop nnd may In by f. (into Is shown In closed posi tion by e. An Iron plate, g, may !) fnatttned to gate where It strikes fast euor to navu wear on gate. HANDY Combined detail LEVEL FOR THE FARM Instrument Shown In Illus tration Will De Found Convenient In Fields. In doing repair work In the distant fields It Is not always convenient to wry too nmny tools, ro tho handy tot el and niuare (mnblmd. an shown 1'iilte.l Kin-Ki- n recent Issue of The Consular Oli uliy flioiild the plrit of mnrlKl l Trndo IteportK cnlls attention to tho prretHl? wastaful manner In which American Uke a swift, noting; iwlm. A i Inml. farmer; handle their land, emphasizA if the llshtnlnc, a tweak of tlio ing thereby tho value of tho Rockewave. feller educational board's efforts to lie from Ufa to lit K--f t tn the open the eyes of the agriculturists to tho need for Inteimlve farming. With the exception of Russia, every The leave nf thn nk nnd the billow KtKtll fHlte, Kuropean country mlhes more wheat lie mailer.! round nnd tnr Iher h laid: nnd rye per aero than does the Vnltcd Ami the youiMC nml tl M, and tlw low ml tin- hitth, States. The increase ranges from 50 to 100 per cent, or more. In oats and Hlinll inouMr tu dnt nnd tocothr fhnll llf. list ley two or three other countries average producfall behind this In the The Infant and iI1kt uttnidwl and tion per acre, but our ndvantnge Is IoichI; slight, not ranging mero than C to 7 Tlio mother tlait Infant's nfloetton who praved; per cent. motlitr nnd Infant who li!HirHd Where the average American acre Tli blew5 that yields 13.il bushels of wheat, the same tterli. ull. nrr amy to their dlltns of rest. iiuatitlty of land In (jcrmany yields 28.4 bushel, and In Kngland 32.4 Tim innld on nlioM! ehrtk. on who bushels. Here are further figures: tirow. In wliow i.ye, - tieauty nml plesnure tur trliimplu f"otir.tr Whent Onli riarlej- Five fllioiiA rat-!ly-In- 1mIw U.9 ?.t. .MiKlriit lermny .X llutiKury I'rmi 3.i. Unlttil Kingdom. ...31 3M KS V:j At.i 30.9 I 36..'. 1S.7 lt.S S.6 lit 31!) 3.1 st.i 31 :i fi Kl 17f. 17.5 11.5 nre liv. And the memory of tlioe tlint lielovid lier nnd prmlsetl. Are nllke from the iiilnili of the living erased. 11.7 Iti.7 t. ill . 11 .11 f .. .Ir. .1. . . t ... t .... f. .. t r Level and Square, In Illustration, will dj thn work of both tools. Two small spirit levels or glasses are simply soldered to the fipmre, ono In the center of the blade and. the other upon Uie tongue, ns Khown by (a) and (b) In tho Illustration. In leveling any piano hurfaco the level nt (b) Is employed while In letting studding, posts or any vertical work, tho plumb level at (u) Is employed; this secures very accurate work, hh tho stud Is set ngalnst the tongue of square with thn blade resting upon the level sill, tho top of stud Is then moved back or ahead until It Is accurate and perfectly plumb. Tho levels should ho soldered to tho blado of fcipmro and bo accurately In lino with the edges of same, to tnnku this tool effective. argued that when the American farmer Is able to keep pace with Ktirnpu In average yield, which accomplishment Is only a question of education, he will be nblo to feed the world, and able materially to reduce, the cost of living nt homo. It Is The hstFI of Itie t,lnic thnt the ici:er hath Ixirne; Tho t.row nf the prltt that the miter hntti worn: Tin- - eve of the eage nnd tho linrt uf thn brave. Are hidden nnd lost In the depths of the grave. The pensont, whose lot wns to row and to renp: The hrdamnn. who rlhnbrd with his guilts up the fteep; The begKsr. wlio wandered In mnrh of Have fmled trend. his lirefld, The Spinach Plantation. Important to seo that the spinach plantation Is well mulched. Finn rotten manure is best for this purpose, but coarser material may be used. It Is nny ll'e ttie grn?s that we of Tho nalnt Hint f nloyt the communion Tlio fimier tlint Tho wlm. und til llll)lt. heaven: dai-- d to irniutn imfor-clte- n: fiollfh. tho guilty nnd Just. lUvo iiulelly inlns!..'. their turns In th Po the multitude V-- 7 1 J. JUA-- 7 That the Weed, ay stn let oilier mireird: nlther The cash buyer Is always fought lio the inultltlide eomos, even thorc e after. To repent every ttt thnt liai often been Kansas produces more winter wheat told. than any other state. Thero nre very few places In our lur ne nre the Mine a our fathe hnvn bt en: country where there aw no honey We rei the snme ulslit that our fat hers yielding plants. have, GERMINATION OF WHEAT SEED Homo manure Is much better to bo Wo drink tin- - same stream and view the same hud. mixed with other manure, and worked And run lh same roursn our fnttiirs Heavier, Oetter Developed Kernels over by swine. hnvo run. Germinate Detter Than Lighter Vegetables should be roughly diOnes, Says Expert. vided Into two classes cool and Tlio ttmui!ht wo.are tliliiKIng our futhem would think: warm season crops. (Ity J. (. I.II.U U'niiuo Plata AgricuAs n class, farmers are not so apt From Hie ileuth e nre shrinking our ltural Colll'K...) shrink: fathers tu their methods as are To the Ilf wouldnro elliigllig the uUo An exteauho Investigation to de- to bo we would cling; termine the relation of the size, men In other callings. In planning tho garden It Is well tc llut It epeeiW fur ii' nil, like a Nrd on weight and density of tlio kernel to tho winif. arrange tho vegetables In the order lu the germination of wheat has develwhich they nre to bo planted. oped thn following results: Thev loved, hut th- - tury we I'liiinot After the crops oro planted, success fold: Tho heavier, better developed kernvegetable garden depends Tlry hut tho heurt of the els In n head of wheat germinate bet- lu tho huiiKhtv I" euld: ter than tho lighter kernelu In the chiefly upon thorough and frequent They grtoved, hut no wall from the slumtillage. amu head. ber will come; Tho inannro spreader will pay bet- They Juyed, lint the toncue of their nlid-n(IruiiliiK according to size will not U duiiib. select tho kernels which will germlu-ut- ter dividends than any other farm machine that could bo purchased by a tho best. they died. We things tint They dled-- y! Tho germination Is directly corre- southern farmer. ure now, Much loss of tlmb In the planting That wutk on the turf that lies over their lated with tho density of the kernels. Tho germination is Independent of of it garden can bo avoided by making And brow. In nmke their Uwiillntx a trutmlcnt u defimto plan or tho garden several tho size of tlio kernels. uliode, Tho tihovo points hate been Indi- weeks or even mouths bcfoiu the Mrrt thu thlnus that they met un their pilgrim rond. cated by the results of tho tests. It Is planting Is to begin. Tho great value of llmo In tho soil believed that thn samples used were largo enough to give nccunito de- Is Its power to correct soil acidity, or Yes' Imp" and drrixindenoy, plraiure nnd pjln. terminations of tho germinating abil- sourness, and to Impicvo the texturo Wo nilncle tngethrr III sunahluo nnl ruin' ity of the different samples of wheat. or physical condition. And the smile nnd tlio trar, Iho song and To trai wuskrnt set a barrel In the dirge. Willi follow eueh ollii r. like tturgo llHin their ran. submerged for Burte. Loss by Insects. of its height In earth or water, and Tho department of agriculture says put In apple six Inches above the cenTl the wink nt an rye, 'tU th drausht tho average, loss to farms by Insects ter of bnrrel for balL of a brrsth, Tho greatest mistake made by tho V'rnni the lil.ioin of health to tho palereaches the stupendous figure of Tills included losses to field average farmer Is that he docs not ness of death, nnd fdrogu slock, live btock, fruit and give his business that careful study from Iho KlluVd saloon to the birr nd tli shroud, truck garden, flowers e,ad forest prod- as docs the lawyer, tho doctor, the Olit hi Hlun ld th spirit of mortal b preacher, the merchant. proud' ucts and tstiiled foe I o o two-third- s $700,-000,00- ro, like the nnwer er ' per, Now one's answer to this question depends, not so much upon thu experiences, painful pleasurable, and through which he passes, as upon tho significance which he attaches to those experiences. This Is conclusively shown from tho fnct that from no quarter arc tho answers uniform. Out of similar conditions ono cslstenco whllo another rejoices lu it. from tho fires of persecution there comcK back to our question, now a positive negative, now as posslblo uu atllrmatlve, and again a moro question point. Such different estimates of life grow out of a man's fundamental beliefs they seem often to depend absolutely upon his experiences tho experiences often affect tho beliefs; hut a man's philosophy of lifo Is tho determining factor. One man declares thero Is no Cod; another "believes in tho Christ rove latlon of God and they reach different conclusions as to whether life Is worth living. Take the first man who denies tho existence of a personal God. Then, for him, there's no conntlous. Intelligent volitional cause for his existence. His own mental and heart powers aro simply unlquo products of such materials and forciS as food, water, light, air, heat and electricity. He Is but a creature of circumstances, developed from a material thing call It a protoplasmic germ-llu- to a sentient being that hungers and thirsts, suffers physical pain, writhes In mental agony. Moral responsibility Is excluded; there's no moral source for It no higher moral to be held responsible to. Ti.en there's no obligation resting up-jtho btrong to regard tho weak; tho midnight ruttian is ns Innocent as thu babo ho murders, groveling millions must suffer to no purpose, for no directing God means no directing purpose. To endure for a time Is of up avail, for Immortality has no mean. Tho soul Is but a figment of the Imagination; Imagination is but a bubble oozing out of brain tissue; human love merely tho effervescence which passes off from chemical reaction. The bald pesslmlnlsm of Von Hart-tiiot- i nnd Schopenhauer Is a widely accepted doctrine of life today. Von Hnrtman Hnd.s no purpose In history; progress simply Increases man's of tho vanity of life. Schopenhauer says: "To Uvo Is to desire, to desire is to want, to want la to suffer; hence, to liva Is to suffer. llut the average man cannot escapo the convlctloa that God lives a'nd reigns. What answer, then, does the mail make who knows only the stern, relentless God discoverable from nature? This man admits a controlling purpose. The apparent lnvarlableness of natural law seems shut out tho possibility of special I'rovldenco. Though hla whole nature cries out to God In prayer, he has no assurance of being heard. And he feels the burden of sin with no hopo of mercy. Conscience cries out bis guilt; swift penalties fall-nwhen physical law Is violated suggest dire consequences for thu violation of moral law. To square himself with an angry God he mutilates his body, consigns his children to tho flames, expects to become an Ixyou bound to a revolving wheel, a Tantalus with an Insatiable thirst To drown tho voice of ho plunges into dissipation or throws himself luto tho turmoil of trade, and yet conscience speaks. Ho tries to fulfill its behests, but tho man, tempted in all points like tu he, yet without compass or rudder, bo struggles lu turbulent waters tn enter i harbor of safety. And that harbor may be the very vortex of u whirlpool, for he knows uot his own destiny. To this man who Vnowa not Jesus Christ. It U a real question whether life be worth living. Job Dover doubled tho existence ot God, but ho knew him not as a fath-r- , and In tho hour of calamity he cursed tho dy of hla birth. To the Christian man, howewr, here con be only an affirmative au ver to our question. God Is Chris! ,'cvralea to him; and be Is borho Irresistibly onward through oil circumstances, murmuring: 'All things wori together for good,' 'Not a sparrow 'Whom the Lord loveth ho chaar u g e fall-vth- llut calamity after calamity fell upon him. The Sabeans carried off his oxen; the lightning fell upon hla sheep; tho Chaldcana took away hb camels; a storm burled his sons under a fallen building; he himself was smitten from head to foot with loathsomo sores. And Job began to wish that ho was dead perhaps ho even thought of committing suicide. llut calamity stricken Job Is only one of a vast multitude who, crushed to earth by tho relentless weight of ndvcrslty, havo eked out a miserable existence, whllo perhaps tho mind has been crowded with thoughts of We arc moved therefore to ask, with Job of old and with tho poor wretch, the tragical ending of whose life Is noted In last night's pa- A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject. many classes that each student can be placed with others Lilt) himself, where he can make most rapid progress. Which Department Will You Enter?, THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those leaat tuWancod. Same lectursa, library and general advantages as for mora advanced students. Arithtnetls and tho common branches taught In tho right way. Drawing, Singing, Dibit. Handwork, Lessons In Farm and HouschoM Management, eta Free txt ls books. TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade (fractions and compound numbers), Brickwork, Farm Management, Printing, Woodwork, Nursing, Dressmaking, Housohold Management "Loam and Earn." ACADEMY, REGULAR COURSE, 2 years, for those, who have largely finished common branches. The most practical and Interesting studlsa to fit a young porson for on honorable and useful life. CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offcrod In thti course so that a young mis may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home Scleno. ACADEMY, COMMERCIAL, 1 year or 2 years to fit for business. Etch a part ot this course, as fall and wlntor terms. Is Tory profitable. Small, extra foes. ACADEMY, PREPARATORY, 2, J and t year courses, with Latin. 0r-man- , Algebra, History, Science, otc, fitting for college COLLEGIATE, 4 years. Literary, Scientific and Classical courses, irltlu uso of laboratories, scientific apparatus, and all modorn mothods. Th highest educational standards. courses fit for tho profession of teaching- - Firs NORMAL, 3 and s year, parallel to 8th grado Model Schools, enables ono to got a Following years (winter snd spring terms) glvo tho Information, cortlflcato. culture and training necessary for a trud toacher, and cover branches necessary for State certificate. MUSIC, Singing (freo), Iteod Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may ho taken as an extra In connection with any course. Small sitra fees. flrst-clas- Expenses, Regulations, Opening Days. Berea Collego Is not a Institution. All tho money received from students Is paid out for their benefit, and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than be pays In. This great deficit Is made up by tlio 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 IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to proteot the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from tlie host families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be sick tho Collego provides doctor and nurso without extra, charge. All except thoso with parents In Berea Ilvo In College buildings, and awlst In work of hoarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and gottlng pay according to tho value- of their lahor. Except In winter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses. "Wrlto to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Borea favors plain clothing. Our cllmato Is tho best, but as stuJents must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas nnd overshoes, aro noceasary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at co3t. LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost Tlio Collego 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 nnd towels. For tablo board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a weel: la the fall, and $1.50 In winter. For room, furnished, fuel, lights, washing ot bedding, 40 cents' a week In fall and spring, SO conts in wlntor. SCHOOL FEES aro two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee tot return of room key, library books, etc. This la paid but once, and is returned when tho student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for caro of school build, lngs, hospital library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a freo gift). Tho Incidental Fco for most students Is $S.UU a term, $C In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 lu Collo-- . money-making glato courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental foo and room rent bj thn term, board by tlio half term. Installments aro as follows: Vocational, Model Normal and Academy Colleg School FALL Incidental Fee Koom Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 14, 1910 Hoard for 7 weeks, due Nov. 2, 1910.. $ C.OO $ COO $ 5.C0 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 $29.00 5.00 6.00 00 6.C0 9.43 $21.05 9.45 $30.50 $30.00 $ 6.00 C.OO . 7.00 6.S 9i4l $22.05. 9.41 $31.60 $31.01 $ 7.01 Total for term If paid In advance ' WINTER Incidental Fee Ilooin oard, C weeks 9.00 6.CJ 8.00 $22.00 9.00 $31.01 $30.50 $ 7.01 4.0C $20.00 Amount due Jan. 4, 1911 9.00 Board for C weeks, d'e Feb. 15, 19,11. $21.00 9.00 $30.00 $29.50 $ 6.00 Total for term If paid In advance SPRING $29.00 $76.50 $ 5.00 Incidental Fee Hoom Board, 5 weeks 4.00 6.75 4.00 6.75 $10.75 S.75 6.70 $17.71 6.70 $15.75 Amount due March 29, 1911 6.75 Beard for 5 weeks, due May 3, 1941 . $23.50 $2.Uu $24.5f Total for term $23.00 $24.0( $23.00 ir paid In advanci REFUNDING. Students who leave by permission before thn end of s term receive back for money advanced as follows: (No al'owance for'frac-tioof a week.) On board, refund In full. On room and "Special KxpeMes," there Is a large loss derationed by vacant rooms or depicted rlrsses, and the InstlUMloii will refund ot the amount which tho student has paid for tlio remalnlns only one-havceks of the term. On Incidental Fee, students excused beroro tho middle of a lorui will f tho Incidental fen paid, which ccrtlflcata will it certificate for be received as cash by Berea College on pnymcut of term blllsi by the st dent In person, or a brother or tlster, If presented wlllu'u four term. The first day ot Fall term la September 14, 1910. The first day of Winter 'erni Is January 4, 191 1. The first day of Sprint; term Is March 29, 1911. For Information or friendly udvlcr, urlto to the Secretary. n lf one-hnl- tcneth.' 'Adversity ylcldotu the peaceable fruits of righteousness.' 'Surely he hath kornu our grief and warried oui sorrovs. WILL C. GAMBLE, I HEREA. KENTUCKY. 4 .! : Page Four. THE CITIZEN. Mr. Montavlllo Flowers gavo a drareading Dickon's Christmas Carol as tho first of tho Winter Lyceum courso last Saturday night. Tho audlonco was a largo and enthusiastic ono for Mr. Flowers had a wonderful control of his volco and face as ho Impersonated tho various characters In tho story, and nmdo them llro tho nudienco. "Ben Hur" was tho subject announced for tho reading but n change was mado to tho February o, FOR YOUR matic 191 1. Groceries and Candies GO TO Pedftoss t TATUM'S lbs Prunes - - - - 25c lbs. Dried Apples - - 25c 3 lbs. Dried Peaches, best 25c 6 Bars Soap - - - - 25c Fells Nnpthta, Ideal, Cleaneasy, Ivory. Lenox and Dclphine, 3 for 10c Navy Beans - 5c er pound Colored Beans, 3jc per pound 65c Ideal Patent Flour Fairy Patent - - - - 65c 3 4 -m bo-fo- ro Women with the tenderest feet can wear this dress shoe. It bends with your foot, follows every movement just as a glove moves with your Jiand. Vnn wnnlrl n't helieve a shoe could be so comfortable. Try it See how different a fashionable style like Wik this feels in the Red Cross Shoe. High Shoes $4, $4.50 and $5. Ox- fords $3.50 and $4. "Christmas Carol." A lottor to Prof. Edwards from W. R. Boggs says, "I am working now In sixty mining towns ot the Southern Colorado Coal Fields. I mako my x ? COYLE'S DRY GOODS STORE You pay less or get more aoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaooaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoao R. H. CHRISMAN a o o o o Berea and Vicinity. GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES BUGGIES We guarantee all our buggies to be fully up representations in every particular. rim, every" spoke, We guarantee ever every axle and every spring, and in maintaining this we agree to replace every wheel, axle or spring which breaks within one year from date of purchase, providing the break is the result of fault in workmanship or material. to all -:- Funeral Director and Embalming A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. Day Phone 20 Nldht 40. "oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoacaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa Flvo beautiful" postcard views of Hamilton, Ohio. Only ten cents, Banner Supply Co., Hamilton, Ohio. Mr. Jacob Browning gave a nice little trco to bo set In tho Christian CITY rilONK 153 OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE church yard this week in honor of his Sunday school class. Raymond, son of Allen Powell, Is DAN H. BRECK very sick at his home on Boone St. Fire, Life and Accident Stella Isaacs' and Leonard Ballard visited at Valley View, Sunday. Insurance Richmond, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Chastccn of Panola Phone 505 visited relatives hero this week. U & N. TIME TABLE Judge Lewis has gone to Leslie North Bound Local v County. Knoxvlllo 6:30 a. m. 11:00 p. m. J. K. Baker has returned from 1:29 p. m. 3:57 a. m. BEREA C:10 p. m. 7:45 a. m Jackson County. Cincinnati South Bound Local Rhodus and Hayes' shoes are 8:25 p. m 6:40 a. m. Cincinnati selling fast you had better come - DR. BEST, DENTIST homo at Trinidad, a town of about 16- Mrs. J. A. It. Rogers and Mrs. No ls bio Mill ot Woodstock, Illinois, arrivInhabitants. Tho population largely foreign. I organized ono Sun- ed In Berea, Tuesday noon, for a day school whero I had Mexicans, It visit, 000 I -:- -:- -:- - Mother's Club will hold its regular meeting at tho home of Mrs. F. E. Matheny on Feb. 15th at 3:00 o'clock. Topic for discussion 'found Mr. and Mrs. E. A. (Shorty) Hen-do- r, Mr. Marshall Vaughn entertained on pages 1, 4, 23 and 26 of January now of Ada, Ohio, are tho proud W. L. Collins, A. D. Moyers nnd D. "American Motherhood." All mothers L. Scoles at supper at Boono Tavern, parents of a flno 'boy, Joseph Henry, are cordially invited to bo present. 11:44 a.m. BEREA born Saturday morning. Friday night. North Bound Mr. and Mrs. Scruggs have moved Seo tho Lincoln cabin and tho houso Men, don't miss this sale. $4.00 4:56 p. m. BEREA Into tho houso recently vacated by page 6, and C& Hayes. In which Lincoln died shoes st $3.25. Rhodus Cincinnati 8:35 p. m. Mr. L. L. Shadoln. Lincoln's favorite poem on pago 7. Tho receptions held by the young Mr. Edward Leo Johnson, represent Miss Lola Hardin has returned home, FOUND: A gold seal ring with men In their dormitories for tho from a two week's visit with her ladles and faculty of their rcspectlvo ing tho Hlgnlto Coal Company of Initials. Inquire at Citizen office. was In Berea Monday sister In Mt. Vernon. departments wero very cnjoyablo af- Mlddlcsboro, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Golden of Rich-J- and Tuesday, visiting his sister, Mrs. Miss Jennlo Richardson, who has fairs. mond visited their parents here at J. P. Faulkner. Incidentally Mr. Johnbeen making an extended visit with the first of the week. Gortrudo Walker, a young colormade, tho rounds of tho coal Franklin, Ohio, returned ed girl of Berea, daughter of Mrs. son Mr. J. W. VanWlnkle of Mt. Vern- relatives in dealers In tho Interest of bis firm home, Sunday. on was In town last week. Roso Walker who works in tho col-- and took an order for a car load of d coal for tho College. Boys, bring your rubber and Iron lego laundry, died, Monday, In Miss Ida Lewis who has been assistMrs. Walker of pneumonia. ing In tho Gibson Infirmary at Rich- to J. S. Gott, on Depot Street for has been with her daughter for two o mond arrived last week for a visit high prices. a with home folks. Mr. and .Mrs. E. B. Wallace left weeks nursing her. NEW GOODS EVERY WEEK Tho Citizen Is In receipt of a letMiss Edith Early Is assisting with Saturday for Guthrie, Oklahoma, for the work in Berea Bank and Trust an extended visit with ono of their ter from Mrs. Anna Rogers of Moto, Co. (daughters. They expect to remain Kentucky, who Is an Invalid and HERE AND THERE If .you want a 25 cent broom for until next fall. The Citizen Is to who says that sho takes great delight o IS conts go to tho Square Deal Store. visit Mr. and Mrs. Wallace, weekly, In reading The Citizen every week. 25 per cent less than any where else Mrs. Rogers encloses a poem with during tholr stay In tho west. Mrs. Sallle Fowler. some good thoughts on tho rum trafMrs. Elijah Hudson of Dreyfus Miss Mabel C. Bragg of Now York Mr. Thos. Robinson, a former rcsl-dofic which the want of space, forbids City at tho homo of her daughter, visited has been hero this week and at of Berea, who now' lives in us to publish. United Chanel on Monday told (to- Mrs. Frank Hayes last week. Louisville, was In town the first of Dr. W. D. Powell, Secretary of tho- - rIea , a way that Miss Sarah Ely camo from Rich- tho week. mi tho lntorcst Baptist State Board, will preach ut ot tho olJest as wcll aa tno youngC8t week for a visit with mond last Ladies, we have a few pairs of tho Baptist Church this Thursday ,)re8ent. Tho AIdlno system of t. homo folks. ?3-5Dr. Powell has been a foreign lng ls bcIng useU licr0 Ulls year m shoes left whch we are Louisville was hero! Dr. Powell of missionary for sixteen years nnd Is tuo ,n"0(iei Bchools, a system of read-a- n last Tuesday to Visit hla daughter, selling at $2.75 during the sale. exceptionally interesting speaker. lns whlcu , basod on ruymcs. sto- j C& Hayes. Mrs. Wllks and little grandson. Rhodus Hear tho Bartolotta Concert Com- - rles and play, tho natural activities Mrs. John Richardson and son of pany, Saturday night. Don't miss Rhodus and Hayes Tho program 'and Interest of tho children. Miss Franklin, Ohio, aro visiting Mr. and will consist of a number of readlngB Bragg's big shoe sale. work is to look after this Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you Miss Anna Davidson a Collego Mrs. II. K. Richardson. by Miss Chaffeo, Violin solos and reading wherever It Is In uso and want and get what you call for. Highest I Froshman, enjoyed a visit from her j have Just received tho most ducts by a Mr. and Mrs. Yost and go whero sho ls Invited, to bo ot market price paid for hides, furs, a fow days at tho last of pieto stock of for by Solgnor Bartolotta. for spring, This f lnlto help In tho teaching ot tho sys-l- a button-slipperbutter, eggs and chickens pumps, tho week. tho second number offered by tho torn. It was at Prof. Edward's patent, suedo, FRESH FISH EVKRY THURSDAY committee in Its winter tatlon that eho camo to Berea and Mr. "Bird" Holllday who is living and oxfords, In vlcl-kl' and carvonctto. I liavo courso, and owing to the prominenco sho was delighted with tho work at Hazard was In town last week Kldd Building, Corner Main and U. B. ROBERTS. rVop. those easy shoes for tender ot tho members of tho concert com- - which Miss Boatrlght had done with on buslnoss, Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. pany In their rcspectlvo lines, a largo tho chlldron in her room. Miss Bragg S. R. Baker. Marshall Vaughn has been spendaudlonco ls expected. taught for tho normal students with ing several days In Berea with Mr. Walter L. Collins left last 's a class of children from Miss friends. THE FLOUR THAT Saturday for Ills homo to hcln his room, gavo two talks to tho B. L. Gay visited Berea, Sunday and .father who has broken down in henltsj MOTHER USED' students on tho Aldtno system cf The Square Deal 00 ay' Mr. Tom Luxon of Lexington, Ky., I r-- z teaching reading and told stories couldn't begin to compare with was In Berea on business last Friday, Best Patent Flour $ .65 at United Chapel as wcll as In tho ISAACS' Flour. We'll not say it Mrs. Kato U. Putnam visited her Meal, per bu ,60 model schools. Sho has taught In makes bread like mother made for 'daughter, Ruth, who is teaching at tho Provldonco, It. I., Normal School, 65 Potatoes, per bu it makes a whole lot better. Try Suo Bennett in London, from Satur 1 can salmon and 2 cans apples .25 In tho Lowoll Normal School aa well day to Tuesday, last week. as in other schools In Massachusetts a sack and even the most critical Any 3 of the following 10c and teaches tho story telling courso husband will have nothing to say Tho six young men rooming In Miss 24 at tho summer school In Chautauqua, goods for about mother and her baking. He Corwln's house assisted by Miss Macaroni, jcll-o- , dates and peanut Now York. very Corwln and Mrs. Itldgoway will cat your bread and thank his butter. At tho meeting of tho general facdelightfully entertained some of tho stars he is married to such a fine 3 boxes of evaporated apples ulty on Monday Professors Robertgirls, Saturday afternoon. Fortunes baker. 25 son, Sealo, Calfoo and Mr. F. O. Clark or Peaches woro told, puzzles put together, and punch, wafers and candy For other prices equally as good, gavo reports of tho Southern Educa- Made Beret, tional Association which they attend- by...... wero served on the back porch from call in person on ed at Chattanooga last Christmas which ,ono can see halt the clrclo of ANDREW ISAACS, Prop. MRS. SALLIE FOWLER. hills around Berea. Express Trains. Stop to let off and take on passengers from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 8:15" a. m. Cincinnati Tho BEREA Knoxvlllo 11:59 a. m. 7:00 p. m. 12:29 p. m. 6:50 a. m. at once. ' WELCH'S FOR. SALE Beautiful homo ot SO acres one and half miles from Iton-aon Berea and ' Kingston pike. NIco resldonco, extra good barn, flno meadow, good fence, flno water. Bargain at $3,000. Must sell In month of February. IVasscsslon given at once. native bills. Prof. Ralne preached on "Ambi- i Also a flno homo two miles from tion" at tho College Chapel last Sun- Kingston, about 185 acres, nlco residay night. Ho nlso preaches tho dence, vury productive land. I purchascoming Sunday. ed from this farm tho finest bag ot Mr. Will C. Gamblo left for Chi- jiorn I ever saw. Bargain at $55 per cago, last Saturday, to bo gone a ,ncre. For particulars call on A. P. wock. Settlo, Kingston, Ky. , I organized soven Sunday schools slnco I camo here. In somo ot theso towns I held tho first religious services held thcro for years. I havo over 6,000 children and young jtcoplo under 21 years of age In my field who nro In touch with no ono doing religious work except myself and my few holpcrs. I am glad to hear that Berea ls still growing. I get so homesick sometimes that I can hardly keep from coming back. Thcro Is plenty of work here but somehow I long for my I have alians, Austrlans, Americans. Hungarians and I Y. M. C. A. meets In Upper Chapel Sunday evening at 6:15. Mr. Geo. W. Clark will speak. Citizens of tho town nnd community aro always to attend these meetings. wol-co- New Store on Main St, Drr Goods, Notions, M Itlch-mon- Shoes and Clothing I College Items i ! oaooaooaoooaoaoooaoa nt J. M. C0YLE, Berea, Ky. PALACE MEAT MARKET i rcad-nlgh- 0 com-fath- gs low-sho- es strap-sandal- s, s, lnvl-lyceu- m gun-met- feet-Mr- s. Boat-right- Store Bargain Day 2:00 p. m. SATURDAY FEB. 11 Jig-sa- w MRS. EARLY BEREA ROLLER MILLS ,1 February o, 191 1 . THE CITIZEN. Pace Five BUGGIES! 2 Car Loads Just Arrived Of the old, stand-by- s OLD HICKORIES from the old school. Buggies that are built, tried and tested for rough pikes and roads. They have won a reputation which they justly deserve. 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. The Best Possible for the Price and this year they come even better than before, every job above $50 carrying strictly guaranteed and high grade Union City wheels, 12 inch full wrought 5th wheel and gear, and the perch pole is mortised into the head bloc- k- "ear marks of quality." We put on our own rubber tires and save you the factor profit. We use the best rubber obtainable, Diamond Fire Stone and Morgan and Wright. We your old buggy at $12, $14 and $16 per set. Will take your old buggy in on a new one. Come early" while the assortment is complete. Terms liberal. er 2 lbs. Coffee 35c. Granulated Sugar $1.00 Meal 30 cents. Best Patent Flour 65 cents. 20 lbs. Overcoats $2.50 to $7. 1000 Pairs Shoes 50c. to $1.50. Men's Socks 5 cents. 1st Reason Only Two Reasons can Best Goods exist why" You should Trade at Engles, 2nd Reason For the Least Money Everybody is trading at Purkoy, William, 60 acres land Powoll, J. P. (NR) 41 a. land Roso, Jack(NR) 77 acres land Hitter, Thos. V., 6 ncres land Robinson, G. S., 1 town lot Richardson, R. L., 1 aero land Reynolds, C. P., 100 a. land Skinner, W. M., 20 acres land Skinner, Dan M. 30 acres land Smith, P. M. & Mother, 1 aero land Settle, Stella, C acres land Spcnco, Laura (NR) 4 a. land Tcrrlll, Ollle, 5 acres land Todd, Joel B., 1 aero land VanWlnklo, Prowltt, 1 town lot Waddell, D. G., 66 acres land Wilson, George, 33 acres land Wilson, Geo. W 1 aero land Williams W. A., 1 town lot Woosley, Mrs. Salllc, 12 a. land Wynn, Fannlo, 8 acres land Woodall, Harry S., 1 town lot Glado No. 6 Colored Bogle, Luclnda, 14 acres land Bronaugh, Nancy, 9 acres land Ballew, Fred, 1 aero land Brooks, Charleston, 13 a. land Burdetto, J. T., 23 acres land 3.90 15.35 6.95 6.25 17.45 33.S0 29.25 3.65 7.65 3.60 15.S5 5.00 3.90 3.35 9.85 3.90 3.90 3.15 5.15 3.50 3.50 7.65 2.90 2.15 3.25 5.15 7.65 3.40 Kingof Low Prices 1 aero land Hoggs, Arch, 3 acres land Bronaugh, Chas., 6 acres land Carter, Iva, 7 acres land Campbell, Alonzo, 1 aero land Chenault, Ben, 1 aero land Crclglcr, David, 1 aero land Dunson, Geo., 1 aero land Kosloy, Mary, 8 acres land Ely, Hollo, 2 acres land Phone 60, Berea, Ky. 3.50 3.65 5.20 4.65 3.35 3.65 4.55 6.65 2.90 3.90 7.25 3.00 6.15 3.90 3.90 3.00 4.65 5.75 3.00 2.90 2.90 5.S5 3.10 4.15 3.50 2.28 2.25 6.15 5.65 5.15 Bennett, Mary, PHONE: 26 day, 46 night 1R. Ifo. "THE FURNITURE MAN" Cbrtsman BEREA, KY. Nowman, Henry, 21 acres land Peyton, Frank, 1 aero land Phelps, Alice, 1 aero land Rice, Ben, 1 aero land Scott, Joe, 1 aero land SHERIFF'S SALE. FOR TAXES pcr-fion- a, Tho property of tho following bo 03 designated below, will sold for taxes on County Court day, Monday, March Cth, at 2 p. in. at tho Court llouso In Richmond. Glado No. C Whlto Aaborry, Jas. II., 25 a. land i 3.00 Adams, Joo A., 02 acres land 15.10 Alexander, W. M CO a. land D.1G Aloxandor, Honry, 65 acres land C.15 Azblll, Klltaboth, 1 Town lot 7.45 Hush, Margaret, 23 acres land 2.C0 Drock, W. 8. C acres land 12.SG llurnoll, W. J., 19 acres land C.15 Hurnoll, Jasper, H acres land C.7C Durdctto & l'arkes, 50 a. land 3.50 Crooch, Grant (Nil) 1 town lot 12.S0 Cornollson, Kllzabcth, 62 a. land 4.10 Caldwell, John C. 1 aero land 6.40 Campbell, W. J. 12 nepca land 10.15 8.50 Coylo, T. J. (Nil) 2 town lota Clark, Mrs. Emma (Nil) 1 town 4.S0 lot Carter, Miss Lucy, 1 town lot 7.25 8.S5 Daniels, Thos. 6 acres land 5.75 Dalton, Thos. 22 acres land Dalloy, Mrs. Mlnnlo T. 1 town 2.90 lot 5.75 Kowler, II. II. 1 town lot llonery, W. V. (Nil) 1 town lot 3.00 12.60 Golden, Hardin, 1 town lot Gay, Frank, 60 acres land and 1 town lot 8.90 Golden, Mrs. Martha A. 1 town 13.40 lot 5.50 Huff,. John, 3 acres land K Hulett, K. T. 182 a. land Harrison, J. G., 17 acres land and ono town lot Hall, J. W 1 town lot Holtzclaw, D. P. (Nil) 1 town lot Hughes, W. M. (Nil) 1 T. lot ilayes, A. F., 1 town lot Hill, Thos. 71 acres land Lamb, I'ollo, 20 acres land Lester, Mrs. L. O., 1 town lot Murphy, Jcsso, 10 acres land Murphy, Jesse, 10 acres land l'arkes, John, 20 acres land Powell, William, CO acres land Powell, Sam, 2 acres land I'igg. William II., 20 acres land Preston, John E. (NR) 19 acres land 14.10 11.40 15.05 7.30 12.00 11.40 7.70 4.45 5.95 5.75 3.90 6.60 3.96 2.90 4.55 5.95 Baxter, Arthur, 15 acres land Farrls, William, 17 acres land Farrls, William, 1 aero land Farrls, Crls, 6 acres land Francis, Sam, 1 aero land Flfo, Alex, 2 acres land Flfo, Jonah, 2 acres land Grlder, Dave, 1 aero land Gentry, Simps, 3 acres land Harris, Sarah, 2 acres land Kennedy, Ashtord, lacro land Miller, Mose, 3 acres land Miller, Smith, 5 acres land Miller, William, 1 aero land Miller, Ike, 1 aero land Martin, Sarah, 2 acres land Martin, Wm. heirs, 3 a. land Miller, Marian, 2 acres land Moran, Frank, 7 acres land Maupln, Robert, 14 acres land Moran, Jake, 2 acres land John, 5 acres land Marlah, 12 acres land John, 1 aero land Beard, 1 acre land Stono, Emily, 6 acres land Trlbblo, Troy, 1 aero land Vaughn, Allen, 2 acres land Walker, Henry, 5 acres land Walker, Darcus, 1 aero land Walkor, Peter, 10 acres land Walker Robert, 1 aero land White, Pete, 9 acres land Whlto, Semlra, 8 acres land Whlto, Robert, 19 acres land Whlto, Rhoda, 25 acrso land Shearer, Shearer, Shearer, Shearer, 6.75 3.65 2.30 8.60 2.90 3.95 4.75 4.95 3.20 2.25 3.10 3.20 5.20 2.30 3.65 3 .05 4.85 2.90 7.65 6.05 D. A, McCord, Sheriff. Thcso claims may bo settled previous to day of salo by seeing W. A. Johnson, Deputy Sheriff. FARM FOR SALE acres mostly under cultivation. House, stable, flno spring, good land, close to pike, two miles from Berea. $300. Terms easy. Inquire at The 17 Cltizon office. February Clearance Sale Men's Women's Children's As the Spring season approaches we find our shelves overstocked and no room for the new Spring and Summer goods that arev 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-da- te, Moact Sjwijsm Shoe Sale SHOES Women's Shoes All Up-to-date. Men's Shoes Exceptional Values in both Dress and Work Shoes. Investigate these Prices. Shoes for Boys and Girls 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 SECURJTY SCHOOL SHOES Newest Leather, Gun Metal, Kid and Patent, on fine fitting lasts. Regular $3.75 Shoes Now ((JO Regular $3.50 Shoes Now PJUU nH Li AA IO Regular Regular Regular $3.00 Shoes Now t LttOO Ltm O Regular price $5.00, now . $4.00 Regular price $4.00, now . . 3.25 Regular price $3.50, now . . 2.85 Regular price $3.00, now . . . 2.35 High and Low Top Work Shoes -- Fancy Dress Shoes Regular price Now $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 Regular price Now Solid Leather $8.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 Regular price Now $2.50 Shoes Now ? 1C LD $2.00 Shoes gQ Shoes now Shoes now Shoes now Shoes now Shoes now Shoes now Shoes now $6.25 4.75 ' 4--00 $2.35 2.15 1.65 1 Regular price Now $1.75 $1.50 3.25 2.85 2.50 2.15 t( JL)V Ttlt Regular price Now 1.25 tJnwiicaii SHOCf THE This Sale begins Saturday, February COME EARLY "4, and Lasts Fifteen Days. dfmeaican SHOE AND GET FIRST CHOICE. RHODUS & 'HAYES Uhc &uaUtg Store Page Two THE CITIZEN EXONERATE February 9, 1911 TOES FAVORABLE The Citizen I fimlty ntwtptpar for til that Itrlght true and Intersttlsf. rubli.'n4 ry Tburadijr OIL GO ON SOMEBODY'S TON E at , X.j. BEREA PUDLISDINO CO. $. P. Faulkner, Editor and Managm (larorpormltd) PUBLISHER OF HAMPTON'8 MAGA ZINE RETRACT8 ACCUSATION AGAINST STANDARD. Crop Advices, American Credit, Easy Money Market, Double Tracking of the Union Pacific Encouraging Signs. New York. It. O. Dun St Ca'ni-ok-lreview Kodd: Improving otirtlook in iron ami ettccl, gnaler in tlry poods, larger GREAT ILLS OF ALCOHOLISM "rofeaaor Strumpet, Leading Authority on Nervous Diseases, Gives In- Yr au Mtb mmm Subscription Ratos r AT AILS IM ADVANCB .fi.aa M feat-offl- c ARTICLE CAUSED LIBEL SUIT teresting Experiences. Ttr HonlS r Xspftaa Money aa money by cMtr, Draft, Etglncrrd Letter, otcaa aa4 Mat aumpa. Tim data after vour narat on label allows to araat dan your aubacrtptlon U paid. If It la not aaj h r,d wllhla tbiet watta ator ttnoval Hampton's and Moffett Declare Upon Investigation Oil Company It Not Connected With Sale of Impure Candles. New York. in tho matter of the libel suits brought by the Standard Oil company for $260,000 damages against Hampton's Magazine and for $100,000 damages against Cleveland Moffett, tho former tho publisher, and tho lat ter tho writer, of an article In tho Feb ruary Issue of tho mngazine which defamed tho company In connection with the sale of glucoses and candy In Philadelphia, the following retractions havo been signed In tho olllco of ta Mtlfr sa. Mliatnc nnmbora wilt be gladly aupplltd If we are aotifira. lino prralomi ehoap with new mbofrtotioni sea prompt roDowaii, wna tor iTimium uu. Liberal tenna alvtn to any who obtain new iti itiiilnni fnr va. Any ooe aendins ua four aarly eubacriptlomcan leclereTbe Cltliea freo Baraltaieii lor one year, Adertlelof rateaon application. mimssb or UMTTJCXY TRESS ASSCK3AT10K. Shearman & way: "Hampton's Wireless nas proven that It enn cre ate Just as tunc!) excitement as no ncroplano. When an automobile strikes a railroad train, the victims aro those Id the machine. Another way to attain greatness Is to bo mailo president or a sufferers' Foclety. hay-fev- Oil company's lawyers In tho case, nnd havo been Issued from tho com pany's ofllccs at No. 2G, Broad Magazine, St., New York, CC Sterling, tho Standard West Thirty-fift- Standard "Jan. 31, 1311 Oil Company, 2G Broadway, ptjrxfet .s J New York. Paris Is losing her cab horses, but no noticeable decraso In tho prlco of meats Is reported. It Is easier to muzzle tho canines than It Is to keep fircurms out of the hands of possible assassins. Don't think It's by accident that n woman hits tho object directly behind her. Sbo merely finesses her aim. Keeping cool would be easier If th" fellows who have advice to give oi tho subject would keop .uiot. "Dear Sirs: In tho February Issue) of Hampton's Mngazine (hero was published an article written by me, entitled, 'Cassldy and the Food Pols oners.' In that article. I referred to the Investigation of Mr. Cassia;, with respect to tho manufacture nnd snlo of Impure candles In Philadelphia, and mado tho statement that your com pany manufactured and sold Impure material which went Into these can dies nnd that, when tho various deal ers were arrested and fined, at tho In stance of Mr. Cassldy, your company paid tho fines. "Upon Investigation I have ascer tained that your company was In no way concerned with tho transactions referred to and I hasten to retract in tho fullest manner all charges mado against your company nnd to express my sincere regret that I should havo fallen Into this serious error. Yours truly, Cleveland Moffett." "Jan. Standard City. Oil 31, 1911. BLAST KILLS SCORE DYNAMITE EXPLOSION IN JERSEY CITY CAUSES PANIC IN NEW YORK CITY. MORE Detonation THAN 150 INJURED Felt Many Miles Away Skyscrapers Are Rocked Men end Women Rush Into Streets Fearful of Earth Shocks. seismograph la a very useful It seem3 to keep all earthquakes at least 2,000 miles away. A Company, New York "Dear Sirs: Referring to foregoing noston nov attains notice as a port letter of Mr. Cleveland Moffett to You you, wo beg to state that wo aro con af entry for smuggled Chinamen. limply cannot keep a good town down. vinced that Mr. Moffett was In error In bis statements with reference to Another sleepwalker has walked out your company. We greatly regret that window. Slumber pe these errors should havo been made. it n third-stordestrtans should sleep la the. base It Is tho deslro of Hampton's Maga n:cnt zine to bo accurate and fair In all things. In our March number we will Boston boastH that It has the old publish this letter and tho foregoing est chop girl In the world. Shu should letter of Mr. Moffett. Yours truly, be ready presently for musical comedy BenJ. H. Hampton, President, Broad chorus work. SG.OOO way Magazine, Inc." who spend These New Yorkers n year on dress Must bo bis MUST men In order to find room to hang all tho garments. TELL GRAFT STORY "Powder and cream aro a necessity to protection for girls who fear sunDanville, ill. Judge KImbrough In burn," says a headline. We suggest the circuit court handed down a deliving In tho cellar. cision In the case of City Attorney Princess JIary of England na lones, who declined to answer certain learned how to run a typewriter. Now questions regarding vote Jelling and If some of the dukes and lords would buying which the grand Jury put to bim. only tako up honest toil! The court Instructed Jones to an And now the peace advocates will swer all questions. Tho opinion stated find that tho now gun which shoots that, according to a decision of the 10,000 times a mlnuto Is the thing that Supreme court of tho United States, a witness before tho grand Jury Is !s really going to stop warfare. Immune from Indictment. Tho court The university professor who thinks also held thnt the city election law Is mathematics and pootry aro alike has unconstitutional, which means that probably never tried mathematics on Jones cannot bo questioned about hap penings more than eighteen months a romantic girl In the moonlight. ago. This means that the investigation A Maine man tells a story of a frightened deer Jumping Into his lap will continue until all tho witnesses It Is while ho was out driving In a buggy now summoned are examined. Is the gcntlemnn suro that his spell said that many Indictments have been voted, but whether they aro for vote lng is correct? selling is not known. According to a learned professor, the typewriter Is the poetry of motion VOLCANO'S TOLL IS 700 Presumably ho lutended to add that the motion must be supplied by the Five Thousand Families In Philippines right young woman operator. Have Been Wholly Ruined By Disaster. An English woman Is preparing tc fly across the English channel and Washington. The eruption of Taal back. Her manager should see to II volcano and tho accompanying dis that on tho French Mdo rho don not turbances In tho Philippines killed go as far cs tho shops In Paris TOO people In tho town of Tnllsay, ac cording to tho report of tho governor That new gun (wlll bo but nn nddl of Btttangas provlnco, which was ca tlonal argument for the nRltatorr foi bled to tho war department by Gov- a universal peace, also a wonpon It rnor General Forbes of tho Philippine tho hands of aotno ieor nation tha. Islands. does not bellevp 'a that order ol Tho earthquake shocks continue, the governor genera) added. Flvo thousand things. fumillo3 havo bean ruined by tho disaster. While tho airship Is stl'l In its stago and ambitious oorn The Philippine authorities are faco natits aro meeting with "evident r to faro with tho absolute necessity of peatcdly, It Is still evident that nerlp adopting relief measures In order tn navigation has become n perrannept uvold suffering, as the falling mud featuro of travel. In Europo prepara and lava destroyed tho crops within a tlons continue to bo made for reguUv considerable radius of the volcano. traveling schedules Ir nlrslilpr not withstanding tho dltiaitcrs thnt have, DECIES HONEYMOON IN EGYPT happened to some of loose) craft. Vivien Gould, After Wedding to EngA New Jersey man hai discovered lish Lord, Will Take Trip that mosquitoes eat plnn.tt. This It to Africa. nn Important natural discovery. II New York. It Is announced that has hitherto been supposed, and with Lord nnd l.ady Decles. the latter a good deal of circumstantial cvldenc to support the supposition, that the itiw Mils VUleu Gould, who are to be mosquito was strictly carnivorous Ir tiarrlcd February 7, will spend their lis die) and exclusively nocturnal Ir honeymoon In Kgypt. They will leave lis meal hours. Any hope to tho con America February 18 by tho Cuaurd Irary will tm thankfully receive.) b liner Carmaula. In Kgypt they will n bitten, aug'y v.ud slceuv world ol spend a few days In Cairo and thCp vUlt uotable lu 'jpper Egypt hun.an. Danville Judge Orders Prosecutor to Answer All Questions Put by Jury In Bribe Quiz. ing skyscrapers, smashing glass, tear ing away window frames and sending, panic stricken, tens of thousands of men and women Into the streets, fearful that an earthquake or some other vast natural turmoil was upon them. As in all upheavals of tremendous force, persons near by escaped death; buildings closo at hand were not Injured; persons far away were killed; structures at great distances were torn apart. What happened, briefly, was this: Two cars of dynamite, containing 25 tons each, from tho Dupont Powder company works In Wilmington, Del., had arrived on tho tracks nt the end of pier No. 7 almost adjoining the big Central station nt Communlpaw, tho explosive being consigned to Palisades, on tho Hudson, for use In blasting out rock. Two lighters, tho Kathcrlno W. and tho Whistler, had drawn up to tho pier end to receive cargoes of the dangerous stuff. On tho former was Captain John Hcaly and eight men. on tho latter four men. On tha pier end Itself wcro twelve Polish laborers, some starting to cat their dinners from their palls; others engaged In transferring the dynamlto from the freight cars to the lighters. Thcro wcro at least 24 men within actual handling distance of tho dynamite. Next there was an nwful roar, a great cloud of haze and dust, n tremble of earth and structures nbovo tho earth within a radius of 30 miles square, an immense wnve from the river that splashed high above everything near by, and then a vision of death, maiming and wreckage. WOMEN WIN IN New York. At least a score of per sons were killed, 160 or moro Injured and property damaged to tho extent of $300,000 when an explosion of 25 tons of dynamite occurred Wednesday at a pier closo to tho Central railroad of New Jersey's passenger ferry slip at Communlpaw, N. J. At the sazno tlmo tho terrific force of tho blowup reached through the underlying strata of rock not only In Manhattan, Brooklyn, Richmond and the Bronx, but far way points In Long Island nnd Connecticut, rock CALIFORNIA Giving Constitutional Amendment Fair Sex Suffrage Passes Both Houses of State Legislature. tion of woman's suffrage to tho people was passed In the assembly by n vote of 05 to 13. The amendment already has passed the senate, having received s majority In that body. The amendment will bo submitted to the qualified electors at the next general election for ratification or rejection. two-third- The senate Sacramento, Cal. constitutional amendment providing for the submission of tho ques- Couple and Bon Killed. N. Y. Mr, nnd Mra. Hozeklah Klggs and their three-year- old son wero Instantly killed Friday near Alton station when a Kome, Ilochester. n Ogdensburg train struck tba wagon lu which they wero driving. & Bank Teller Kills Himself. Easton, Pa. William llackott, pay. lng tellor of tho Eastern National bank, committed suicide Friday In tho same way that William Coylo, n friend, ended his life, by tnklng carbolic acid and shooting himself. ibakinrxj coholism ns Viewed From tho Medical Standpoint," says a correspondent of tho Chicago Dally Nowa. In n private talk beforo tho most noted medical scientists in yicnna tho professor outlined In an Impassively Judicial maimer an appalling number nnd vnrloty of physical and mental disIn nil eases resulting from tho cxecsnlvo uso ctmlitienoo miuxng lniHlncr Ho confined hlmsolf brartclico of tradw ami industry, in of nlcoho). aplto of rho fact that tho voltimo of chiefly to the subject of chronic alco.Uk normal holism, as acuta alcoholism was gen tnituttctJous is still orally tho result of isolated ensea of (Kilnt of output. Intoxication, the effects of which wcrn Iron and Steel. usually only temporary and without Recent imirrovOTretrt in Iron and nny lasting consequences. Bleed havo tiecKiifl moro ortmnnurctl, In the beginning he pointed out w Hit tho that t1to ijm'sHstit out- that persons who regularly Indulged look b trow viewed with Inoretuilng lu largo quantities of alcohol suffered The tfndcenry townrd KTmUir from chronic catarrh of tko throat, a ic. acitivfty haH Hum far ibacn confined stomach and Intestines, but, rrrlous oMeily to tho flnkitied irniorlal unr-k- i, as these were, thoy didn't usually deyet tilarnH iuv not lacking of wbiio velop further complications nnd. for pig iron, al- therefore, to tho doctor, wero of loss reival of though urtll Interest. Hut It was another thing in lliis divKon make tho !n.rt mtlcfoutury ahowlnff. altogether when It concerns Hint orHowtner. niNrttf from tastetn terri-tcr- gan which first Introduces alcohol SUBSIDY BILL sugxit that buyTs aro dtopSny-ln- g Into the blood that Is, tho liver As more ititwwt, ntfr-h- , sufferers from Iher diseases are for SENATE ADOPTS THE GALLINGER in the most part nlcohollsts ono may rho orrmptarniUi of qtk-tuothor SUBSTITUTE. nt. Exirt trado Jt with Justice atumo nn original contWl a prominent ftttture in tho prow-enection between such discatos and mo ordor imlng JtMrt tho use of alcohol; all tho more- so nn Sherman Breaks Tie on be ti iriactd ftrrvtSw) of tho patients nro usually Imbibers of Final Passage and Casts Deton of roite to Muxloo. "schnaps" nnd spirit nnd not of beer ciding Vote. or wine, so that Is evident tho connecFootwear. tion depends largely uion tho quantity Washington. The amended Bhlp Sonit- nn u4iik onltw subsidy bill, known as tho Gallln-ge- r for booU ami hIkhti, but in Rfn-or- nnd Intensity of tho nlcobol con substitute for tho ocean mall bill, btianM is- irot on good an wiion sumed. Through the liver the cir- i enters tho groat arteries nnd was passed by tho Fctinto through Iniyers wero ixrWin&Uy lnxpootine: tlm culates through tho whole body. Thus Sherthe assistance of ma'Kft. It begins nn Insidious attack upon thn man, who cast tho deciding vote. Dry Goods Market. vast network of blood vessels, develTho voto was SO to 39. In tho dry pmxlH niorkoiH eomimU oping Inter Into calcination of the a substiSenator Stonu aixl bu)rt arteries nnd blood vessols. This tute, which was defeated, 35 to 40. tlon for biwlnrvs h , Is frequently found nmong ilrunk-ards- . Sherman again had to aro irx fodlni: with liWaAor rf Imyors lmv boon Hut It would bo sclontltlcnlly break a tie on tho flnnl passago of the wrong to attribute tho catrlnatlou of bill. The voto was 39 to 39, nnd Mr. mado by firelgn and Kju!tlc on drvsA gtxnta ami other linen, tho arteries solely to alcoholism, as Shertnnn voted for the bill. It provides for n bounty of II and 12 but tho Htlrmilntlnic offittt of olo?u It mny also result from cxeosslvn extraordinary overwork, a mile respectively to American ships prices U not opvkilly marked oi yi. smoking, chronic Infections, Insufilclent nutriof the second anil third class operatJanuary Failures. tion and other causes. ing between American portB and ports Ihirii:fc January 1.003 fnihiro wmi A serond symptomatic dlseaso of China. Japan, Australia and South reported with ISiS X:Vn ojrsro-BKin- s among drinkers Is tho "beer heart " American ports south of tho equator. $2 1.090.6 1'J. Tho nuner of This bounty is to bo paid only for the faJliinx wa- largvr than for any oth- This consists tn an extraordinary enoutwnrd bound voyngo. Ships operatmr;Ei in the irast tliroe yoaim, wWi largement of the heart, wKh all thn ing from North Atlantic iwrls. In or- er Men Indications of henrt disease. of Jammrj'i 11)08. with heartB" almost Invariably der to receive the bounty provided for. the oxctirtJan of Katxilkkvt to, Tho exhibit hutYor dlo at"beer ago In which healthy men aro required to touch a, least one nn port of call on the Atlantic coast south umoh nruro favorable. havo attained full power. Ily of Capo Charles, for mall, freight nnd Intemperate consumption of nourishBusiness Failures. passengers. The bill limits the amount ing matter fat Is produced which canof the subsidy to be paid In nny one MrKVutrcct' lMor ild: not Ikj got rid of In tho samo degroo, year to and, further, that It Ihisfmt falluntt for th wxok end-ta- consequently It accumulate Intnnmlly shall not exceed tho amount of money Fcbnrury 2 wcro 280, compared and Is responsible for tho bloated correceived on account of foreign malls. wirJi 345 lunt AKoek, 2.12 in tho like pulency of beer drinkers. Ilesplrntory Tho bill now goes to tho bouse. weuk In 1J10, 2G8 In 1903. 272 in IMS, diseases and cases of suffocation are ami li'S in 1007. Whoat. includine the next consequence. MRS. ELKINS FIGHTS WILL Professor StrumiH'I passed over th oxortn trom Uk l'nl!tl Statics y ijMi!g effects of alcohol upon tho nervous ami Canada for tho 2,32S,-t72 aggre-gatebuah, as system nnd the. horrlblo mental disClaims Dower Rights to Reduce ootivparid with 2,132,51:1 btwh lart orders, delirium tremens nnd tho like, Legacy of Senator's First Wife's week and 2,4G5,6S9 lmrfi this week )ait as these, he said, had boon so freChildren. Har. For tho 31 wti'W; ending Fob quently nnd emphatically et forth. Mrs. Hallle D. niary 2 erporti aro 73.1C9,?:iC btwli, us I lo went on' to discuss the effects of Elkins. W. Va. Elklns, widow or United Stntet comiarod with 101,290,401 ibuna in tho alcohol tn disturbing tho general functional workings of tho body manifesSenator Stephen 11, Elklns, has re- coiTCtTonding iK.Ttod last year, ted tn such complaints as gout, dianounced the provisions mado for her Grain Exnorts. tn her husband's will nnd will claim betes and kidney diseases, nil which, Corn oxikitLh for tlw wook aro 3,3:i8,-01ho said, were found largely among her dower rights In his $20,000,000 bush, oh comiarod with 1,831,343, drinkers. estate. Under tho laws of WeBt Vir bnnh lout week and 1,240,000 btwh n ginia the widow is entitled to Among the Indirect consequences of 1910, and are tho Lirg;t for any week nlcohollsm wero an Increased sensisince February, 190C. For tho 31 wvofcn tiveness with a weakened power of Mrs. Elklns is believed to have ta ken this action for tho sake of her ended February 2 corn uxiKirts aro resistance lu tho physical system, renfive children, so that they may ulti 22,584,153 truth, as compared with 15,- dering tho subject llablo to a number more than tho two 270,823 busdi lxit year. mately receive of ravaging diseases, chief nmong children by tho first Mrs. Elklns. Unwhich Is tuberculosis. It had been abundantly pioved that, whereas In der tho senator's will tho entire estate was Jeft In trust 'for llvo years. ordinary cases of Inflammation of tho lungs normal persons recover, to hard At tho expiration of that tlmo It wns to be divided equally an.orjg the seven aaBaaaaajjjBaajjjjjjaaaaaaaaaBaaaBaiaaaaaaaBaaaaa drinkers tho disease almost always proes fatal. children. Mrs. Elklns was given the Cincinnati Grain Market. Washington home, tho summer home Flour Winter patent $4.30a4.05 and $25,000 a year. family low grade $2.50a Story of Drinking Man. Mrs. Elklns, by claiming her third, do spring$3.20a3.40. $5.C0a5.75, do famcuts the sbaro of the two children by 2.70.$4.85a5.20. intent Chaplain McCain) tells tho story of n ily Wheat No. 2 rod 97a the first wife, Mrs. Ollphant and Mrs, 99c; No. 3 red 92a95c. No. 4 S5a90c. drinking mnii. who, being In n saloon Welderselm. Her five children will Corn No. 2 white 48iAa49e, No. 3 late at night, heard tho wlfo of tho each recnlvo of tho re- whito 41M8Ue, No. 2 jollow 48',4a saloonkeeper say to her husband. maining but when Mrs. 49c, No. :: yellow 48a4SV4c, No. 2 "Send thnt fellow home; It Is lntc." Elklns dies she can divide among mixed 4SalS'o, No. 3 mixed 4Sa48'c "No, never mind," replied her husthem the $0,000,000 to $7,000,000 which Oats No. 2 whitn 3r.Via3Cc, standard band; "holsshltiKllngourroor for lis." white 35a35,c. No. 2 mixed UIKaS.'ic. This Idea lodged lu tho mind of thn her third will nmount to. Cincinnati Live Stocx. drunkard, and ho did not return to the Cattle Shippers $C.2.Va7.10, butcher saloon for six months. When Rinsing LONG SLEEPER KILLS SELF $5.(i5a3.75, good to cholco stoerH, extra thn saloonkeeper In tho street tho $4.75a..C0. heifers, extra $5.500.1.00. Pittsburg Man Drinks Carbolic Acid good to cholco $ 1. 7505.50; cows, extra latter suld: "Why don't you my plnco uny more?" "Thank Because He Could Not Overcome $l.85a5, good to choice $ 1.25a 1,75, round to you for your kind hospitality," replied Sleeping Habit. Hulls- - - lloiiigna ranners ., $2.50:i.7.. his former victim; "I havo Iwcn Pittsburg. Pa. extra $l.90.i3.1O. Ctilvo Frank II. Uilch $4.10a4.8.-committed suicide by drinking car Extra $9a9.50, fair to good $809.25, shingling iny own roof lately." The lings Industrial aspect of tho tempentneu holla ncld at the Hopa club because eommon uml larxo $U8. he could not break himself of the hubll (ood to choice packers ami butchers reform Is embodied In this lllustra mixed $7.90a8, liackerw $7.75a7.90, tlon. of long sleeping. common to cholco heavy fat uwa Mrs. Elizabeth I ley I, wllh whom $5.C0a7, pigs (110 Urn and les) $7.50 I.ulch boarded, says ho often clcpl n8.15. Sheep Extra $4.10a4.25, goKl Whisky Trade Degrading. forty hours at u stretch nnd several to choice $3.C0a4. limibd Extra "A trade which nourishes upon the times sho called lu u doctor, believ- $ti, ycarllngti $4a4.75, ing him dead. ruin of Its supporters; which derives Cincinnati Miscellaneous. Poultry Ileus 13c lb, spring chick. Its revenues from the plunder nl Peary Promotion May Fall. vm lbc id, (lucks i7c, turkoyti homes, from thn defrauding of helpless Washington. childhood nnd from tho degradation ol Congress may fall tc 20c, gcoso CVmiu-cry- , Huttt-- r Salle. act at this session on the bill to pro oxtra 27c, firsts 2Cc, fancy dairy manhood; which requires for Its prosrami) Jirnts sic, firsts perity tho Injury of the community; moto Robert E. Peary to be a rear nd 18c. mlral. Tho bill was reached on the 20a AppIoh Fancy $5a5.50 a bbl. which ministers to every vile nnd prlvato calendar Friday, but eonsldei cholco $4a4.50 a bbi. Carrots N. O. vicious passion and propensity; which Celery ation wan postponed. It In not prob- 30a35o dozen. Homegrown20a35o dozen. mukes druukurds and thloves, and em $4a4.5t) able that private bills will again be Eggplantsdrapes Malaga $C.50a7 a bezzlers and gamblers, am) wlfo bent n crate. and murderers; which brutalizes taken up before adjournment. keg. Iomoofl Cal'forula. $2.75a3.50. trs degrades all who aro brouKht In Onions Yellow 85a90c, whllo $lal.t)l and Felt Mills Fire Costa $125,000, per bu. J'liieapplos $2.75a3 a irate. contact with It, cannot claim tho re Amsterdam, N. Y. Tho plant of the Potatoes .Nortuorn onto 45a&0c a bu. spect, and assuredly ought not to be Consolidated woolen felt mills In thii Michigan and honiegniwn 52a55o n able to claim tho encouragement ol city was destroyed by tiro Friday bu. Turulys $lal,10 bbl. the community," New York Triton InweajCnK Amoricsui Professor Btrumpel, a lending audralhjg in lcajhw, ge.ntrm.lly oxcolleuvt thority on nervous dlsca'cn In crop cutvlocM, an oatpandlng nrarkot for has boon giving his medical colliomls, facIMtatcxl by lw rout I mi lng leagues somo interesting cxpcrloncea oaifi' 4n mum?, "tho imllratloiw of an of his researches In tho field of "Alabrcod, tuo in part to tiro bettor In foreign wmnw'reo and ilio notion of tho Union Itwlilc nyntom In voting to rpeml $71,000,000 in tin itoxt few ycar in double tracking tlw nnul. thoso aro otgiM of a forward move ment whieJt to iiiBplro larger con-litlot;- n mllt rw retlt , PASSES y off-vot- s dirui it!n! 20,-"''- 0 farr-sfa-- nlc-ho- ki-o- dl-as- dWIlx-ratfon- B g Ho-.r- w--- IVb-niar- one-third- THE MARKETS th two-third- Ut. $125,000. ' February 9, 1911 tup rrrr7PMwxniJUAREZ IS REINFORCED Small Dattl f age Fcunht Troops roree After JAIL DEPOPULATED. In Oarkneii LI Pnso, Tex. Juarez It Concen- trating. Col. Habago, with 300 men. arrived In Juarez nnd wns re ceived with Joy by the people. Itr placed a detachment In camp and dls trlbulcd tho others through tbo city, This, It Is considered by the author! tlc, rnnltcs Juarez perfectly Safc fron attack, ' I S ." r'Jvftt St ajwaflAf '5"3C (filN i OTj ftl"'' "' ''' V-". 1L" JSP v' , 2)Ji t J " LkSB 'I I vulkB I KXff Pm B xajy If V 4 nTI" inahalynf yaara my rfmjr din N. Tlia hubuanafi of otkar inin ToJiy w arsl" to dim Alkay wlo iwjtw him kait war w1VjwWvu in mai'a tA Ibow IIkwii a krolktr Lairt. Tho star of the Insurreclo lew!, I'ns qua! Oroino, who wis to occupy thr city appears to bo on Uio wane. Ills policy of delay has enabled rein foicenT-ntto reach Juarez and th probability ot tnklnf; that city Is now ronjldorrd much moro remote than I wns. , OlheT reinforcements, In tho shape of flon. Navarro's column, nro ei lotite from Chlhtiabti.i. nnd It Is c.x petted tho federals will bo able hold their city, nnd that knowing this tho Insurrcctos will rctlro. Thero Is a rumor that Instirrectoj nro near Juarez, but this can not ho a elided. Tho tlu, PlllUl'! RSVy 15 HtC WAS) I ; r V yj, , - KBB1 VwBlu I Knn Yi 43kI fc' Wara KavaVatn wo lyHiltliil Ranch, rulJ tyworJ-litiljf- J . otlwri Ai Tk '''m' 0" iu l" jSJvjl immOB jjjj tl$ jL Pa, WV? I fV fct-- W i Soi( A iacaSWf ioyouj and bilfMcL '"'J, wko lovaJtli common tKiBii: fiilli of rtt wti Ma. X. common (titb ioNjian h kaj tJjsSs "V. liaf.i ' fcii of n hattlo .at nnurho between Omzco and ltabago was two killed and flvo wounded among tho Insurrectog. Tho federal loss can not bo learned as tboy car ried their wounded with them, but It wns reported that 170 had hilled Tho rebels have cut a great electric feed wiro leading Into Juarez, and the latter Is In darkness. Adding tn thr peril of the situation Is a tiro that has MnrtoU mysteriously In tho center o be-o- net result i the city. London. After scrrlnfi 60 days In the Laurel county Jail 21 United States prisoners were taken beforo United States CoramisMoncr Moopj and released. MOST IMPORTANT NEWS At tho list term of Uio United GATHERED FROM ALL States district court they tvoro sentenced to .10 days' Imprisonment ami PARTS OF KENTUCKY fined $100 racli. They nerved their 30 days, and also 20 days odidlUonal for tho of their fines. UNIQUE CHARACTER GONE, They were discharged after making oath that they wero unablo to pay Wm. F. Peak Held Four Offices at One their fines. , Tboy were oitj'fotcxl for either Time. making soiling vluVky contrary to Hertford. William P. Peak, urcsl law. dent of tho Uedford Loan and Deposit bank, died at his home, aged Rl years UNKriO rVM BOY KLLED. Ho waa one of tho men of Tr.lmblo county, having been active London. A whiro bey about .15 commercially nntl politically for moro yoaro of ago was kn.ked from a than 40 years. freight train to which he wis 3wlnglnr: For several years up to ISSt Mr. by a south-bounpasienger train, run Peak had tho distinction of holdln over nnd killed at Smalhvood crossing. four public ofllccs at tho same time, in his pocket was found a part of an. Ho was county clerk, circuit court cnvolopo with words "Clearfield, clerk, master commissioner of Uio cir Tcnn.," written on it and it Is thought cuit court and trustee of tho Jury fund that ho was from that place. During his period of office, nnd for sev era! years after, lie also engaged In tho practice of law. Mr. Peak was a member of tho Ken tucky legislature from Uedford during tho memorable light between Black burn and Williams for a scat In tho United States scnato and was actlvo ob a cupportor of Senator Williams, Later, in 1S91 and 1893, ho was again a member of tho legislature. - ROUND ABOUT THE STATE - Two Dozen Prisoner Released Serving Time. i -- nt best-know- d m" v , llfiirV ' '00", ,r"k Of aartliy JHK jjS QfS" l( tj hkafA I; Vy I 4 t sJL And roupk Oflirled aa tka fncvdly Aa k!lL)IJ ikatKid knovm ku lotll oiuff told. Of Fir rtk-ko- ra nwa rtw tod A ourV fti'r l Itattn (old Wy ow trc. lt Itt. t fruitful foil. atuffx. v CLASH WITH POLICE. Cornell Students Celebrate and Some Have Broken Heads. WINTER FARMERS' INSTITUTE. rTtl W'la iKilj ri WJ?'3 '11 'S. jjra - Mtt UX. -- W ItjT j. jr Rk&Wl 1 f 4 domiot our tkoujktV (rcat man kolda uaku Dtcauia of allVi drtamad and WroujkK Dcau.t L, alia to ua. X'1 kld kil rtint truit in trutk Wkila God wa worki'oj out HI. flan, Andtkay tkat wtrtlla foa. foraootk. Coma t fay trikuta to tka Mao. Not i . Ht FlMVfSl WvV'ikjlv ijP Kt fjtn,'f3 A t tka (rat 'Aj'' ,'"jr ctrA man. wko (roV tnor '4,,- Jreaa - Am 52" aVQ mm 4 iHteiX f ortun nor oiMato GaiS Lincoln kia undyiaX name tartk-kre- d. aiK-kor- n. j'r MfhWriV . . . ',s . "' "Wmn fS?S3i5Mf On ot tkt kreed wko worlind wiir--Hut waa a ioul akora all acorn. Hii waa tcart akora all kata commoii Hurt & Ellswort HO.M tho president's room In tho U'lilto House you can et'o as so often shown In his action upon the Judgment of courts martial. prominent objects In A Alexandria, six mlle down tho 1'oloinnc. Tho om prominent object which then for d7 attracted nnd of-- y "Ono mornlnc, calling on hlrn at an funded tho patriot's early hour on business," saya Scuy-lu- r eyo from thoso win Colfax, "I found him so palo and dows was the rebol careworn that I Inquired tbo cause. flaij flonUnff from tho staff on the roof Ho replied, tolling mo of bad nows reof tho hotel In that city, ns If In ceived at n lato hour of tho night, nnd of Uw national rapitol, n few not yot printed, adding that bo had not iiiIIch away. President Lincoln's younK closed his eyua or breakfasted; and nolshbor of SpriiiKtleld, Ml.. Klmer Ji then bo sold, with an anguished exICIlsworth. mounteil nlono to tho roof, pression which I shall never forgot, cut It down, and was himself killed by 'How willingly would I exchange placUio rebel owner as ho descended tho es today with tho soldier who sleeps utalrcase. on tbo ground In tho army of tho Po"I ca1IoI on tho president Just nftor tomac." mit occurrenco," wroto John A. Kas. "Tho morning after bloody battlo of bon. "and conRratulated him, ns I stood tho Wilderness I saw him walk up and by tho window, on tho Improved view down tho uxecutlvo chamber, his long down tho Potomac, where. Instead of arms behind his back, his dark featho confedomto, the union (las now tures contracted still moro with gloom, flouted. I waa taken nback by Mr. and as ho looked up I thought his faco Lincoln's Joyless response, "Yob, but tho Haddcst ono I had ever seen. He It was at ft tcrrlblo cost!" nnd tho exclaimed: 'Why do wo Buffer revertears rushed Into his eyes as ho said ses nftor reverses! Could wo havo It. It was his first personal realiza- avoided this terrible, bloody war! Was tion of wunt thu war meant. Ills ten-d- It not forced upon us. Is It never to respect for human Ufa had end!' Hut ho quickly recovered, nnd Its first wound. It was not battold mo the sad nggreguto of those tle, It was nssasslnatlon. days of bloodshed." Ho did not foreseo tho hundreds of thousands who wero to fall beforo tho In tho "Anecdotes of Abraham LinKrcat Btrlfo would bo ended. Ho aft- coln" It Is related that during the wnr erward lonrued to bear tho loss of a lady belonging to u prominent Ken thousand! In battlu more bravely than tucky family visited Washington to bo boro tho loss of this ono In tbs beg for her bon's pardon, who was beglnnlnc of tho contest. Hut (bo losa then In prison under sentence ot death oi n slnclo Hfo, othurwlsu thau In tho for belonging to a band of guerrillas rungod IlKlit, was nluuya hard for him who hod committed umny murders and don-unc- o After tho repulse of FredcrlcksburR bo Is reported to havo said: "If thero In a man out of hell that suffers moro than I do, I pity him." was an accomplished musician. Mr. Lincoln received the visitors In bis usual kindly manner and the mother made known tho object of her visit. accompanying her pica with tears and sobs and all the customary dramatic outrages. With tho mother was her daughter, n beautiful young lady, who s DeatR wero probably In Instances. Thero extenuating circumstances favor of tbo rebel w hile tho president seem prisoner, and ed to bo deeply pondering tho young lady moved to tho piano near by, and. taking n seat, commenced to sing "(lentlo Annie," n sweet nnd pathctlo ballad, which beforo tbo war wna u familiar song In almost every house hold In tbo union, and Is not yet en tirely forgotten, for that matter. It Is to bo presumed that tho young lady sang tbo song with mora plantlveness and more effect than Old Abo had ever heard It In Springfield. seat, crossed tho room to a window During the song ho aroso from his In I tho westward, through which ho Kazed for several minutes with that "sad, far away look" which has so often bqen noted as ono of his peculiarities. Ills memory, no doubt, went back to tho days ot his huinblo llfo on the banks of tbo Sangamon, nnd with visions ot old Halcm and Its rustic store camo a picture of tho "Oentle Annlu" of his youth, whoso ashes bad rested for many long years under the wild How. ers nnd brambles of tbo old rural burying ground, but whoso spirit then, per imps, guided him to tho side ot mercy Then wiping his eyes, ho advanced quickly to tho desk, wroto a brief note which hu handed to tho lady, and In formed ber that It was the pardon she KOUgllt. mi HIS PRIME MINISTER .Lincoln Always Waltod Till the Right Tims Defora He Acted, Said Schuyler Colfax. "Tlino was Lincoln's prime minis- ter," said Schuyler Colfax. "Ho always watted, ns a wise men should wiilt, until tbo rlgbt moment brought up all his reserves. Ueorgo W. CuitU .luctly appreciated all bis methods when bo claimed for blui that he sought to measure so accura'uly, so precisely, tho public sentiment, that, ii'ievor li advanced, tho loyal host of tho nation would keep step with him. Douglas constantly asserted that abolition would bo followed by amalgamation, and that the Republican party designed to repeal tho laws of Illinois which prohibited tbo marrtagv ot blacks and whites. This was a formidable appeal to the prejudices of tbo pooplo ot southern Illinois especially. "I protest now and forever," said Lincoln, "against that counterfeit login which presumes that because I did not waut a negro woman for a slave, I do necessarily want her lor a wife have never bad the least apprehension that I or my friends would mar 1 ry ncgroos If thero wero no law te keep them frum It, but as Judgo Doug las and bis friends scorn to bo In groai apprehension that they might, If tber were no law to keep them from rt, I glvti him the most bolctun pledgo thai I will to the very last stand by tht law or this statu which forbids tb inajrylng of the white peoplo with iim groes." "The law means nothlns," ho sale to D. K. Locko. "I shall never raarrj u negress, but I have no objection ti any ono else doing so. If a whltt rust wants to marry a negro wouiai let him do It It tht Btcro woman pjj suud U." Frankfort. Passengers injured on railroad trains holding tickets of ono dato end Uio nccldcnt occurring- on another can recover for the damages they sustain. This point of law waa In practice. decided In the caso of tho Illinois Cen Jefferson City, Mo. Tho Missouri tral ralhoad against D. D. Futrcll, of MOUNTAIN TREASURES. state caplto! was struck by lightning Benton. Ho held a ticket dated Jan and the entire building burned, with uary 4 and tho accident occurred Janmnny of the valuable records. In Railroad Extensions Will Soon Make uary 15. Them Accessible. eluding house of rvprewjhtatlvps jour nals of tho present session. Tho sen FOR A NATIONAL PARK. Harboursvillo. While railroad ex ato records wero Favcd. Tho present state bulhUu-was tensions are being driven as rapidly BUI Introduced to Make Mammoth erected in lsriS and cost SJ30.000. In as modern engineering skill makes Cave a National Reservation. 18S7 tho building was remodeled at a possible into undeveloped coal fields of 1'astern Kentucky, and a dozen cost ot J25U.O0O. Frankfort. Representative Robert Tho totul loss. Including tho str.ir. counties rich In latent resources nil! Young Thomas, Jr., ot tho Third Kensoon bo placed In touch with develop tnro and many records ncd sLito tucky district, introduced a bill of tho in tho olllcos of tho governor, ment forces, other lines are being pro utmost lmportanco to Kentucky iieeretary ot state nnd treasurer, 1? jected to extend Into regions other tho nation, appropriating $1,000,000 and for estimated at $1,000,000, with no in than those to be entered by lines now tho purchase of Mammoth Cavo nnd under construction. surance. Tho Wasloto & Black Mountain rail Its approaches for uso as a national road will reach Into Harlan county park. Tho bill provides that threo Circled the Moro. commissioners, under tbo supervision Havana. Wltii practically tho en from the south, and from the cast tho of the secretary of war, but appointed Louisvlllo & Nashville, which la fur tire lKJjnilatlon of Havana looking on. from civil llfo, bo created as a board J. A. I). McCurdy, who recently nishing tho capital for tho Wasloto & of maintenance, and that It shall bo crossed tho Straits, of Florida In a, hi fllack Mountain line, Is constructing the duty of this board to superintend extension from Bcattyvllle piano mado a spectacular illfiht Ho tho park. wns ealutcil by tho hattorleo of Caban to Whltesburg. Tho war department, through its Just now interest Is keen In a pro as and tho cheers of all Havana. Tho posed railroad extension from this city chief, Is given general chargo of tho prlzo for tlio (light wns $.1,000 offe-rcpurchaso and control of tho Mammoth by tho city. He was given $5,000 for north through Clay and Owsley coun Cavo property. Mr. Thomas' bill will to lleattyvllle, and another exten hta attempted lllght from Key West to ties sion west from Corbln to Somerset, meet Instant approval all over Ken Havana. and thenco to a connection with the tucky and in many portions of tho Illinois Central railroad in Central United States. It has long been felt Placue In Manchuria. Kentucky. Tho former extension has that tho cavo should bo taken over by Harbhi, Manchuria. Already nearly been under construction for a number tho government, so that, without cost C.000 ibodlos of victims of tho plague and under proper care and mainte of years. liave been burled or burned In the outProm near this city to Jelllco, Tenn., nance, ono of the greatest works of o skirts of Harbin. Forts-eigh- t hundred the Cumberland will be accesslblo to any ono who railroad has been of thoso oamo from tho Chinese town partly constructed during tho past four isbes to behold It. and a thousand from tho Ruasian quarcars. Tho projection of the Cumber ter. Tho mortality among tho hospi- land Northern railway north from here Wllliaburg. T. Scott Mayes was h tal attendants la "high considering tho to Beattyvlllo would be a connecting torvlowed relaUvo to tho condition of means taken for their protection, and link between that c?'y and Jelllco, Uio Central bank, which closed Its doctors, mirtjes and orderlies are suc- Tcun., tho ultimate terminal of the doors recently. Mr. Mayes, in concumbing to tho disease. Southern's Cumberland railroad, and junction with Mr. nanjejr. ot Uio sec-tier of counties at present without rotary ot state's offices, has made" a Boer General Dead. railroads would bo In toucli with do- - ory thorough investigation of tha Klcrksdorp, Transvaal. Plct A. elopmont forces. Pos: Ibly a hundred bank's affairs, and reports that nothCronje, noted Doer general. Is dead. thousand acres of coal and timber ing wrong was found, tho only troiiuto Ho commanded tho Western army of lands havo been bought by northern being a lack ot available funds. A lovy the South African republics In tho re- nnd eastern capitalists In tho counties has been mado, and tho bank will ro sumo operation. cent wnr. of Knox and Clay. Tho projected cxtensl m from Corbln ALLEN COUNTY ASSESSMENT. o Somerset Is of recent origin, and Is Population of Prussia. Hcrlln- .- Prussia has a population ef as yot on paper, hut preparations aro ScottsvlIIo. Tho county board ot 10,157.573. Tho ofllclal figures as re ndor way for surveying tho route. equalization ot Allen county placed corded on Dec. 1, 1910, havo Just been Iioxlngtou. Tho navy department tho assessed valuation of tho county mado public. Thu Increaso of tho last flvo years Is slightly moro than that of has officially decided tbat It Is nono nt $2,511,744, an Increaso ot $203,744 of Its business whothcr tho Imago of over Inst year. This Increaso Is ac llrlghun Young la on tho silver serv counted for almost entirely by tho Juage Mack Swcrn In, ice presented to tho battlotthlp Utah building of gravel roads throughout Chicago. Judge Julian W. Mnc' by tho peoplo of Uiat state, und lias so tho county. Allen county Is tho origwas sworn In as u member of tho nev notified tbo Ut. Hev. Iaw1s W. Burton, inator of tho plan to build roads with commerce court. Tho natli was admin bishop ot tills l'plworul dlocee, ami tho fiscal court appropriating t Istored by Judge Peter S. (irosscup In others who had mado protests to that and tho other half boing raised by subthe United States circuit court. effect. scription. Horse Tramples Two. Lexington. James K. Patterson. PARDON PETITION. Oklahoma City, Okla. Chas, B. Co-- president emeritus of Kentucky State Lexington. A petition which has owner of a string of drugstores university, has received a letter from received about 1.000 signatures is being slck, In th! city, h dead and his father-in-law- , resident W. A. M tills, ot Hanover col circulated asking tho governor to parP. M Holden, of Fa-o-, Okla., a lege, Indiana, Inviting him to deliver don Asa McClnnls aud S. N. Johnson, llaptist mliitater. Is dying of his In the commencement address at Hint col- - lio wore recently convicted of gam juries, as Uw result of no of tho lego next June. As Hanover collegn ing under felony Indictments and their Or. Patterson s alma nutter ho will punishment tlxed at from ono to threo strangest oiul most unusual accidents. years. Tho petition cites that tho en A runaway liorcvo lcaied Into a buggy probably accept. forcement of tho law iu convicting tha driven 'by Gesick, throwing tho Uo county Perry will accused has effectually put a stop hi WhltesburK. men to tho pavomont ami trampled county court open gambling, and that as tho end build a new $25,000 (loKlck to deatti and badly Injured Holden restore tho spectators could houso and a J 2,000 jail. Plans aro ot tho law hav been, subserved, iioib- being perfected and contracts will be lug wouUi be Rained by punishing tt icscuc the men. let at once. two offenders. ; s d ua-turono-hal- Ithaca, N. Y. Tho first clash which Cornel! students havo had with the pollco In several years took place after on nllnlght celebration ot tho r completion ot examinations, Twenty sttvfrnts wero Injured. Tho hilarity began at a theater, whom egg throwing and catcalls finally forced tho management to close the show. The students then formed In lino and marched to-- moving-picturshow SHOOTING GALLERY IN CAPITOL. whero admission was denied them A Frankfort. A small rifle ivogo has clash with pollco ofllcers and theater attaches followed. In which a score of been installed on tho fourth floor of students bad their heads bruised or tho capltol In ono of Uio long galleries cut. Three alleged leaders were ar and 'tho sharpshooters In tho building who use tho small caliber rlflo have rested, but later paroled. been pracUcIng In this range. Capt, Jackson Morris nnd Will Lyon, of the CAPITAL BURNED. ceerctary of state's office, shot perfect "cores. The Capitol Rifle club expects Missouri Loses Building and Many Rcc to uso the range this winter to keep ords Whose Value Is inestimable. mid-yean e Frankfort. Fanners' institutes wero held In Lincoln nnd Itockcastlo coun tics, where no Institutes wero held last summer. Thero wns a rearrange ment of dales on account of tho stato fair, and In this rearrangement tho two counties mentioned were omitted and no Institutes held. When this was called to tho attention of M. C. Ran kin, co'mmlsslonor of agriculture, he arranged for the meetings. BEN JOHNSON. Congressman t from Fourth District of Kentucky. Who Has Tnnouneed His Withdrawal From the Race for the Democratic Gubernatorial Nomination. CAN RECOVER. p. Pirc Eight. HonottoHonoHOHOHoHOHOHOHOHOnoHOXOHOHOOHOHoHoKOHOHOHO THE CITIZEN. last February 9, 191 1. week for Hamilton where they Heidelberg aro tho now Inhabitants church ,at Sand Gap, Saturday and doslro to work. Among tho number In this section tho past week, Sunday. Mrs, Ben Boon has been woro Jesse, Stove, and Cbas. ThompINLAND C1TV with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Island City, Feb, 3. John Dialed and D. Settle, of Big Hill, for a fow days. son, George and Daniel D. McDanlcl. Tlio grand Jury at this trm or wlfo who havo been at Hamilton, O., MiLVHit cui:kk Circuit Court has nindo many Indict- for tho past two years returned homo Silver Creek. Most of tho farmers g ments. Tho principal offenses have a fow days ago. Thrco Is a tldq In aro plowing their land tow and o been for disturbing religious meetings tho South Fork river. MInter Ho corieirniie ice ptitliihed snleii ilzntd In full ty lie ntlttr. He tiirt ready for tho spring crops. Joo returned from West Virginia a Lamb lias movod to tho Whlttmoro n exlience ot tood filth. Wilte plainly. and embezzlement. Thomas Jones of It nit for publication, bat this placo died early Tuesday morn- few days ago. Henry McGcorgo and residence Undo Billy Powell is still J 0H0HOH0K0HO0l0O0l0HOH0OO0j0XO00SO-40l0lOS0H0lOing of tuborculosls. Ho had been a II, ' D. I'etors havo purchased a f Ino sick. W. U. Lako was In Richmond, 'who went to Hamilton, Ohio, last long but patient sufferer. Ho leaves bunch ot hogs and cattlo for tho Saturday, on business. Miss Allco FOR REPRESENTATIVE I Wo are authorized to nunounco tho fall and who died whllo there was a young wlfo nnd a largo clrclo of Richmond niarkot, Captain W. T. Hvorsolo of White Hall Is back wltlV candidacy of Dr. J. A. Mahaffcy, of brought back last week and laid to friends to mourn his untimely death. Short, O. D. C, Win. Mays, U. 8. friends nnd relatives. Ligo Stowart Last Monday John Sanies of lied Deputy Marshal, and O. J. Gentry, of Kerby Knob passed thru enrouto Sturgeon, Ky., for ncprcscntatlvo of rest in tho Pond Lick graveyard. Sho many friends and relatives to 'nird died of heart failure whllo on special cmployco captured thrco moon- - to Berea, Friday. Miss Ixln Howard tho 71st district, subject to tho ac leaves mourn her death. Jonas Clark bought a raft which ho nnd his two sons shlno distilleries, ono near Oneida, ot Clover Bottom 1st staying with tion of the Republican party. a yoko ot oxen of Jako Oabbard of , were taking to market, A young Clay Co., ono near Ulg Dan Moore's Mrs. Iko Johnson this winter. Major Hurley for ono hundred and twenty-fiv- o man named Johnston ot Toges was on Sexton Creole and one closo to Crulso, tho fruit trco agent, Is havJACKSON COUNTY dollars. Tho Infant of Hlglo almost Instantly killed by a log J. M. Troadway's In Leo County. ing much success In his work. Mr. mii.iki:i Mildred, Feb. C Last Friday night Gabbard died last week. Wo sympa- - rolling over him which ho was getting Many gallons of beer and fcrmentcrs nud Mrs. Mlntor Lnlnbart aro rejolc in thlzo with tho bereaved parents. Mrs. for tiro wood. Wo aro pleased to wore dostroyed. Thcro Is much Ing over the arrival of a llttlo girl. tho largest tldo ot tho season Hlmes Is visiting friends seo our Improvement society building cltemout In this surrounding neigh- - Tho mother and baby aro doing well. Laurel Fork washed away James. H. Mr. and Mrs. John such neat nnd much needed sidewalks borhood caused by a wild animal Sloores' mill dam. Measles la rug' at Mlddlefork. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Pulllns of Be Ing In this community but there havo Shelton entertained qulto n number; In our little town. Mrs. Hlbbard of which somo claim to havo seen. A rea visited their daughter, MrsGer boen no deaths yet. Charley Isaacs of young folks, Sunday. Mrs. Flora Sidcll spent a fow days recently with number of parties aro going to mako trude Lake, Saturday and Sunday. Tho ot Egypt, died, Fob. 4, of typhoid Colo visited her mother nnd homo her daughters, Mrs. Stovo Clarkston a search for It. James Kclloy Is tt ROCKCASTLE COUNTY fever. He was about 21 years of folks last week. Sho has returned and Mrs. Thomas Jones. Miss l'ow- - orectlng a broom factory which will bo of much valuo to tho surrounding relatives to her homo at Hamilton, Ohio. ell has now a very interesting class ago and his parents and Boone, Feb. C Scott Ikldon died HO ALUM.NO LIME PHOSPHATE havo tho deepest sympathy of hla Robert Lear visited friends at Hamll- - of eight cabinet organ music pupils, country. T. H. Hurst has Just corn- - at his homo near Conway, Dec. 29th, Ceorgo E. Mooro ton, Ohio, last week. Miss Ellen j Thcro Is much Interest taken In tho plctod his shop building and Is ready friends. many lingering Illness. Ho loaves a has Roberts returned from school at Sunday schools nnd nravor moetlncs for work. Wm. Anderson has got tho after a is still sick. O. W. Browning wlfo and several small children to HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH BIBLE Mooro's Creek, Sunday. ot this placo. Miss Anna Powell had contract ot building tho graded school mourn his Iofs. Tho family havo our moved back to the old Hellard prop(Contlnunl from firlrce) TVNKIt chargo of tho Y. P. prayer meeting at Island City for $200 and Uio build erty. Miss Mary Ilico visited her Tyner, Feb. 6. Measles is raging last Sunday night, Tho topic was Ing Is now under way. Win. Neeley docpest sympathy. T. S. Huff Is sister, Mrs. Magglo Morris, Thurschants. Tho picture dhows tho sick at his home near Snider. Mrs. Vaughntown. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. "Faithfulness." of Nathanton has purchased a now C..I .... t.H uvvii ijuiiu III day night. W. F. Jones is planning In -- .l.l tho title pago of tllllliu uuuu nuu una 1.... iMiltn til t Blblo open at Mooro aro being congratulated over gasollno mill. to' attend tho S. D. M. S. of London LAUREL COUNTY Is improving, Mrs. Geo. Wren Is sick tho Now Testament. Tho tltlo pgo Jones, tho arrival of a bouncing girl baby this winter. His brother, F. L. TitAvr.i.i.r.n.s hkst HONIIAM this week. M. Keller of Richmond (at tho front ot tho book Is missing In their home. Jess Mooro of Ann--vllhas already cntorcd. The singing Travelers Rest, Feb. 2. J. L. Wll was In Boono ono day last week. Bonhnm, Fob. 4. Prayer meeting but It should havo contained a pichas purchased a smalt farm at Kcal Moore's, Sunday night, was will bo held at Old Plncy Grovo son who has boen very low with Dolphus Lovctt and J. Oldham were ture ot tho crossing ot tho Red Sea report a from W. M. Dunlgan and will soon church every Sunday night, conduct throat trouble Is convalescent. Mar very well attended and nil with tho inscription at bottom, "Tho at Scaffold Cane, Sunday evening. bo a citizen of Vaughntown. Tho garet Wilson has been very low with Religious meeting was held at Fair-vie- Lord shall fight for you, therefore last week. ...11. ed by tho Rov. Thos. Reames. Everyftiln ..lAllt .ln CLOVER nOTTOM. John- - pneumonia. Married, Jan. 20th, Mr. Invited to come.-Ja- me8 last Sunday, conducted by tho hold your peace" and other Inthumps.-Th- cro was the largest tldo Clover Bottom, Feb. 4. Friends of gono to Loulsvlllo where ho Jeff Byrd and Miss Gcnovlo Flanery Rov. Bryant of Cartersvlllo. Sunday scriptions running up the pago on on Laurel Fork, Friday night, ever son has to W. J. Doogherty were grieved Intends to mako his home Harrison -- A sad accident occurred last Satur school Is progressing nicely with J. cither sldo. loam a few days ago of his sudden known before, and it did consider- Jones and Thos. Reams havo pur- day when Prlco Gabbard accident' Huff as Supt. Slnda Lovctt is visitNearer Early Manuscripts death from heart trouble. He had able damage to fencing and other chased a saw mill from tho Dillon ally discharged a pistol and killed ing relatives near Climax this week. property. L. Kancr Peters of Owsley No Blblo before It was produced unbeen a citizen of this neignoornoou Wooton. Both llvo near Earnest- brothers and are doing a good busi- Jesso Mrs. J. II. Lambert visited her visiting his Is and was for many years a merchant County vlllo. This ought to bo a warning lo mother noar Rock ford a few days der such favorable opportunities for Georgo E. Moore, who Is very low ness. accuracy as tho Geneva Blblo, and It and postmaster at Kerby Knob. somo ot tho young boys of our neigh 1'ITTSIIUIIO last weok. Bottle Poyntcr aud Lyda seven years ago ho moved with tuberculosis and Is not expectAbout Pittsburg, Jan. 30. A llttlo boy borhood who glory In nothing but a Lovctt were In Conway, Saturday, Is clear that with each succvsdlvo to Valley View, and has slnco resid- ed to llvo but a few days. Miss Eva about 13 years ot ago was killed a pistol nnd a bottlo. W. W. Wilson Is on business, H. Lovctt ot Double-lic- k version the Scripture mo&aago becomes mora correct as it comes to embody ed there.' His remains were laid to Hall of Welchburg has been visiting little below Pittsburg by a train yes- - having an lco house built. Ho Intends was in Boone, Saturday. Jess moro exactly tho early manuscripts. rest in the Hurst graveyard on Clo- at Mrs. Charley Moores' tho past Wren of Winchester was visiting ver Bottom and witnessed by a week. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Bullock relatives and friends here, Saturday largo assembly of people. Ho leaves visited their daughter, Mrs. Dr. HOW DOES IT STRIKE YOU? CHATTANOOGA LETTER and Sunday. S.B. McCfuro of Mora wife and two grown up sons and a Hamilton, Saturday night Miss Eth- gan and daughters, Edna and Fannlo, lioiuluuru iioiu but iMgcJ cl Nantz visited her aunt, Mrs. Anloss. Last week we had a most interesting ami timely article by Mr. host of friends to mourn his were visiting friends hero from Sat I next took a car to Chlckamauga na Nantz of Welchburg, Saturday C. S. Wilson on the need of iedistrictiug the State, upon which we The little child of Mr. and Mrs. W. urday until Sunday. Park which is now owueu and operatcommented in au editorial. F. Robinson died rccontly. Mrs. Roda n'sht and Sunday. IKiCKXtllll MAULDKN ed by tho U. S. Uuveruuiont. 'iko Wo had n feeling that, further investigation would reveal other Click and family, Louis McGulro and Rockford, Jan. 31. C. Holman's Maulden, Feb. 6. The week's scries Pork covers tho entire battle Held family, and J. S. BIcknell and family interesting figuren and wo suggested that research bo nnide. Wo family Is moIng to Richmond. Mr. of meetings conducted by tho Revs. embracing over fifteen square miles. have heard of a number who aro going to study the subject, but have left for Illinois to mako their and Mrs. J. E. Dalton and daughter, $7bU,0UU was appropnated by ConPearl Hacker and Wm. Johnson at ElMr. Wilson himself is the first to give additional in foi intuitu. In future homes. On the 2nd Inst., Lola, of Berea visited T. C. Vlars Mt. Gllead closed last Sunday with gress for tho erection ot monuments mer Click and Miss Dorcas Wild were flvo a letter, thtinking us for the emphasm put upon the probhm, he from Saturday till Monday. Tho to tho church. Charles and Improvements of giouuus. Various quietly married. Mr. Click Is the Cookadditions hnve made another discovery the ornt jet. The populasays, "I now church houso at Scaffold Cano ot St. Louis, Mo., who Is home states havo also appropriated eldest son ot James Click of Kerby on a tion of the 23d Senatorial DiKtrict, composed of tho counties of will soqn bo completed. J. J. Hamil 000 visit to his parents at Gray for tho Knob and Miss Wild Is tho second Owen, Boono and Gallatin, is 28,305, or about 100 lesn than that ton returned to Kingston last Mon- commumoratoerection of mouumuuU to SunHawk tho deeds ot valor of daughter of G. J. Wild of this placo day. attended church here last county alone, while the 33d Senatorial District, composed of of Bell day to work on I. A. Bowman's house. wmm Allen Holcomb returned homo reiipocUve aUxteB. bom and ono of tho best school teachers the counties of Clay, Floyd, Ilarlin, Letcher, Perry, Pike, Kuott, Dan Cameron's family havo all go,t from Dayton, Ohio, Thursday. Miss As I stood opposite Kentucky's of this county. Wo wish them a long Leslie, Martin and Johnsou, has the enormous population of mumps. sir. and Mrs. L. E. Hamil Pearl Wilson of Greenhall visited her monument and reau tho inscription and prosperous life. Mrs. Florence aunt, Mrs. 140,075." ton are planning on going to Illi- on it, 1 raised my Jano Ward, of this placo, hat and all uluuo Hat-ti- e week-Mlss BIcknell is sick this cf In other words Mr. Wilson ban discovered Hint in the nois In March. Mr. and Sirs. 11. E. out in that Pork said, from Thursday till Saturday of last "Hurrah for Cruse and brother, A. J. Cruse, the Democratic Legislature 28.ECD recjle. lie majority of wlion Ilullen aro tho proud parents of a Kentucky." Charley Isaacs of Egypt On two opposite tides ph Flanery has re- week. Mr. are 7 2 pound girl. Hor namo Is Ethel. are Democrats and cliHUce to live on the Ohio riter iuiii Cincinnati, died, Feb. 4, ot that dreadful disease, was given tho account of both Union who tliu c to live turned from McKee whero he had typhoid should have the same voting strength as Next Saturday nnd Sunday are reg and Confederate, enlistments, on tho fever. His remains were laid a position, working on tho road for I to rest In tho Liberty burying of the Big Sandy, the Kentucky nnd Hie Cumou the headwaters ular church days at Scaffold Cam?, third sldo was Kentucky's motto, some three weeks. Church services berland. conducted by tho Rev. A. Cornelius. "United wo SumJa3 stand divided wo fall," J!"3 bereaved will be held at the Christian church lfound' We don't think so. What do the readers of The Citizen think l ne and on tho fourth sldo was written, III1UMMI at Kerby Knob this week conducted uuve uur ucaium sympaiuy. Holdo the voters in the MotititaiiiH think about it? about it? What Misses Stella Metcalf and Rachel Orlando, Feb. 4. Tho two children "Erectod by tho SUto of Kentucky by the Rev. Jas. Lunsford. There are two things every man can do and will do if he is worthy of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. SI. Head who to her eons who tell in battle, for tho comb visited Mrs. E. B. Flanery, SunKKItllV KMOII of a vote He can tell his neighbors the injustice that is heaped upon havo typhoid aro slowly Improving. day night. auso ot tho Union and tor the cause Kerby Knob, Feb. 5. Mr. Elmer them and endenvor to rouse them to action, nd lie can see personal-l- y Ednoy Mills who has bevii very 1H of tho Confederacy." CLAY COUNTY Click and Miss Dorcas Wild were marevery candidate that says that he would like to go to the Legis. with lagrlppo is nblo to bo out again. VINK Tho monuments rango in cost from ried, Feb, 2nd, at tho home of tho lature, whether as Kepresentative or Senator, and get his pledge to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mulllns havo $1,000 to C,000. Tho Vino, Feb. 4. Farmers in this commain drlvoway bride. A number of their friends were do all he can to eight the wrong before he will cousidor voting for moved to Berea to mako their future of tho Park is thirty miles long and present and a social was given in munity aro very busy plowing and liini. homo. Dlllls Allen of Gap passed twouty-fou- r p for their crops. Bill feet wide, 'the ohl lines honor of tho bride and groom. Jeff cleaning men, patriotic men, sensible men, scholarly men, Give us honest thru recently enrouto to Mt. Vernon. ot work and fortlilcatlou havo been Dougherty ot Valley View died, Jan. Estrldgo had a working and quilting strong men as representatives from the Mountains and their protest Willis Johnson bought of J. M. restored and about 300 cannon havo Thursday and got a ilno day's 29, and was brought and burled near last will be so loud, their reasoning so sound, their denunciation of the Las well two nlco mules for two hun been mounted and placed work dono. Pearlle, tho infant daughIn his old homestead. There are many injustice so ringing that the machiue that is disfranchising us will dred and fifty dollars. Prayer serter of Andrew Maupln, Is very ill friends to mourn his loss. Henry be ground to powder under the heels of outrnged public sentiment. vices at tho chapel was well attended' fever.-- Will 'BrownMy noxt visit wus to Lookout Moun Click and family visited James Wll-'ltIng Is very sick. He is suffering with ts Justly ranked Hams, Saturday and Sunday. Rev. W, with ling book agent, was In Sit. Vernon, jiuwmotll M, Powell filled his regular appoint- -' a , . cancer on the face. Elihu .Est- torday. Very llttlo Is known about Niagara , Falls, to go Into tho lco business on a ruevnuy. .uiss si. i. Bingicton spent Yellowstone Cave, ment at Grassy Springs, Saturday and Park, etc., as ono of , tho boy as ho had only been hero large scale. Jonah Wilson lias been tho week visiting relatives at Cooks-burtho show places of America, Tho bunday. Walter Williams spent a . . .. , a day or two. His home Is said to do elected president of tho Wlleon nnd Ben Allen visited friends ot few days with W. M. Jones at Bear at Plnevlllo. An election was held MInter broom factory by tho board Crooked Creek from Thursday till ucono from tho top ot tho mountain Is grand. Inspiring and beautiful. Wnllnw lfist WAtik T)llM n tinmlwii son Browning is visiting his sick last Saturday for Battling tho quesWagoner mado a Saturday. Georgo Bancroft, tho eminent histo?xpe,ctcd t0 llve' tion of a graded school. Thcro were of directors. Jess of people of this placo attended church' fatvher ,who business trip to Heidelberg, SaturMaggard Ith rian said while standing on i'olnt at Silas Powell's, Saturday nigh- t.ESTILL COUNTY f, only threo votes cast against It. day. Mr. Wilson, tho president of Frank C'fk Lookout, "In all my traveU I havo M) WAUKItsVll.LK Tho following people are attending f , Tho following were elected trustees; tho Wilson nnd MInter factory Is Wagorsvllle, Feb. C There has never been any sceno to excoed Its C'ftnutburg is court at Richmond; W. Click, Lewis lobl,nson Flechtor, B. II. Cole, Alox planning to havo tho plant enlarged. wrenco John- - Albert been qulto a llttlo rise In Silver uubllmo grandeur." he.r slst"' Thomas Baker. Beo WIl-.ln- g Wm. Chas. Nowland and Camp Creek. Miss Alary Wilson who Martha and Mary Rico Warren, MADISON COUNTY Thoy claim that seven states ran llams and Robert Smlth.-T- ora Click :?n-MrBmeeting hero Is prohavo returned from their long visit Smith. Prayer KIMiSTO.N has been very sick la ablo to bo out bo scon on a clear day. Tho edgo of of Whites Station was In this vicigressing nicely. Supt. Johnson, J. V. Kingston, Fob. C Tho peoplo of again. Mrs. Will Henderson con- a rocky cliff that caps the Cumber- nity, Saturday and Sunday. Elmer with the former's daughter, Mrs. Su- Harrison and J. J. Taylor spoko at this community havo been working tinues very sick. Undo Sid Wagers tuuu san Hornsby. Julia Ferguson spent Click mudo a business trip to Mcuiuiuiaau may no traced in a tho East Pittsburg church house, for a graded school. Tho placo for last weok with tho daughter of Dan went back to Rico Station, Friday, northeastorly direction for fifty miles, Kee last week. Friday night, In tho Interest of the tho building has been located 1 and Parker and reports a flno time. after a very pleasant visit with his' It was on this mountain, on Novem- j graded school. Born to Mr. and Mrs. survoyed two aud a half miles around, PKIVCTT ONDIDA daughter. Mrs. J. Si. Edwards.-J- oo ber 2t, 18(53 that tho famous 'Iliittln Prlvett, Feb. C There have been Onoida, Jan. 30. Alfred Drewstcr Jas Bullock, a flno girl. Her namo It Is thought that It will bo a great Wagers nnd Robert Sparks attended abovo tho Clouds" was fought. It largo tides this week and the Coop-oraServices were held at Now success. Old who has been very ill with typhoid Is Edna. Levi Parks Is very preaching at Barnes Mountain, Sun- - was on Point Lookout, tho highest Company aro getting their fever died last week. Prayer meeting Salom church last Saturday night, sick. Mrs, Maggie Golden and chil- day. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wagers en- - point of tho mountain, that CapU staves all run. Mairled on tho 31st la hold every Wednesday night at Sunday and Sunday night, conducted dren ot Berea aro visiting Richard tertalned qulto a number of frleuds, Wlllsou, Sorgant Dals, Prlvuto Wm. Jan., Mr. Ed York to MUs Mclda Marvin Hall. Boys' literary society by tho pastor, F. M. Jones. Thcro and Harry Golden. Ed Law-soof who Jan. 2Sth, in honor of Mr. Wagers' Witt, Sergaut Wagers and Wood aud Huff. Tho son of BIlllo Smith who .Is held ovory Saturday nieht. S. S. aro about thirty children from hero Is attendlug school at Berea College G7th birthday. Mrs. John Arvlne was Prlvato Bradley of tho Sth Kentucky has had typhoid fever is Jmproving .Teachers' tralnlne clas lo hnld nvnrv nttondtog tho graded school at Lon visited his parents from Friday till tho guest of her pareuts, Mr. nnd plantod tho Stars and Stripes, which rapidly. Charllo Cook who has been .Friday night at Carnahan Hall. don nlso "overal aro attending 8. B Monday. Tho Misses Gusslo Rucker, very sick. Eva Lowls and Fairy Sottlo spent Sirs. Jess McGcorgo, Thursday ot last was tho gift of tho loyal women ot in ti. louis, Missouri, for somo tlmo Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Hatton nro tho M. S. Littlo Serltha Colo is wook. D, C. Wagers was tho guest Estill County, Kentucky, has como home to visit his parents proud parents of a baby girl. Her Tho llttlo Infant ot Mr. andjdrs. Sunday with Suda Powell. Ernest 1 must not fall to of Mrs. R. I', Wagers tho first of mention tho rol- for a while. Louis, tho llttlo daugh namo Is Julia. Perry Mobloy who Jamos Johnson Is sick. J. W. John- Parks Is very sick with appendicitis. last weok. Born to Mr. and Mrs. 1c museum. Thoro Is a museum on tho tcr of Sherman Smith, bos been has been very 111 with typhoid fover son Is conducting a singing at East Miss Eva Lowlii has returned from Iko Rogers on tho 3rd, a girl. Dr! mountain which contains many relvery sick but la Improving somo. is recovering rapidly. Shelby Doylo Pltsburg church every Sunday. Wallaccton, whero she hat, been vis- J. P. Sutton Is visiting homo folks ics that woro picked up after tho Mrs. Bob York has been visiting at who has beon very iting hor aunt and undo, Mr. and In Beattyvlllo. OWSLEY COUNTY ill with typhoid campaign around Chattanooga was Sturgoon for tho past week. Merlon Is up again. V1NCKNT Boso Lain. Mrs. Julia Maupln Mrs. Charllo Baker and Alwtor" AmoK ot,l"' things was tho PUBLIC SALE Smith of Clover Bottom has been bert Craft who had Intended to go Vincent, Feb. 4. Emery Peters of has taken her aunt, Mrs. Nannie Carl, General Grant used whllo King his son, Blllle, for a few days. to school hero On Wednesday, February 15th, rha,r loft to Join tho army. Island City passed thru Vincent last to the sanitarium at Mt, Jackson, camp at 0rchard Knob-horso Isaao Bowles who is Just now teachcom planter, ono one- - ,,n Monday on his way to Idamay. Isaac Ind., for her health. Tho Misses ono IIUUNINO SI'ltlNUS cornN planter, ing out his fall school has one month spring wagon, ' Tno Inn now Pcn t0 X6"" round, Burning Springs, Feb. Chestnut ot Chestnutsburg, Clay Co., Fairy Sottlo and Lydla Young were yet to teach. Jom Gray Is going to spring llko days of this week have nassod thru Vincent last Thursday the guests of Mrs. Ben Boen, Sunday surroy, blndor, disc harrow, "A" u ono ot tno "8t appointed and most resort hotels in tho Louisville with his son, Henry, to given peoplo an opportunity to make on his way homo from Idamay. Peo- - night. L. C. Powell Bpcnt Sunday harrow, cano mill and evaporator, commodious have his eyes doctored. many much needed Improvements on pie are beginning to farm wmo in night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. rood horse, milk cow Hlvinc milk, country. It can accommodate easily BUCet" Bnd tho arrangements for CAItICO their farms. Dr. 0, O. Maggard will this soctlon. Houston Farmer ot tho J. O. Powell. Miss Sallle Green will turning plows and double shovels, lighting, drainage and good water are Carlco, Feb. 4. There was a largo leavo in the morning for Hyden whew Brushy Mountain was at Vincent last leavo In a day or so for her homo corn and fodder. perfect, tide In the river here today Born he has a dental office. Mrs. Llda T. P. Wyatt, Berea, Ky. Tho Coal In Laurel County. John Jackson and to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tussey, a Brown has gone to Louisville to bo- - Thursday on business. I havo merely given an outlino ot which has boen In operation In son, Whit, made a business trip to FOR SALE fine girl. W. II. Roberts visited CUre a DOSltlon. MIrh Mart tin llivn drill what there la to see around ChattaclosRichmond, Saturday. Mrs. Ellen Powthis section for some tlmo has 3 year old Law Library, B ores uroeK, eatur- - who has boen with her aunt, Mrs. ed down after sinking two holes ell la sick. Robert Rowlott of Whites f'JIcy, broken toa autos, and Uaxhall nooga and. If any one could be half motors, day and Sundays-Marri-ed last week, II. Hornsby, left for her homo at Ir- from which they report the coal of Station spent Sunday night with Jas. driving wagon and saddle, hay binder as enthusiastic about the whole Cunagln to the daughter of Mr. 'vine. aa I was, It would pay him win. nov iinm.i.v i. a favorable thickness. George Begloy and Arch Murray, W. O, Munday at- and 2000 ft. ot plno, oak and poplar to make the trip, r!, .t?eDma ,0D,C fr,end ,n Uurel County.-M-any of of Island Creek, Albert Rader of tended prayer services at Mote, Satur- lumber. hsppy llfs.oid Man hall Vaughn. Tlncher the men of this community left Wild Do, and John T. Bowman of day night. O. N. Lunsford attended Mrs. Chu. L. Hanson. HAS HO SUBSTITUTE East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else got-tln- Skid-mor- mm mmm Absolutely Pure only batting powder mstio fraxs Royal Grapa Gsnam of Tartar fJ . i lu - w son-in-la- ' slck.-Iose- h. ...."' ,'S Pia ' g. I I " Lucy o. I go two-hors- o 3-- The m com-mun- .i.ih.j u,