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BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY 23, 1011 One foliar a year. No. 35 The Citizen MADISON VS. BREATHITT. ' The present editor of the Citizen lifts been a resident of Berea for a little mora than two years. Shortly aftor coming to the town he was told by one who ought to know that Berea has a worso record than Broathitt but it was added significantly that tho fact was not generally known. But it seems now that the fact if it is a fact is getting to be generally known, Witness the following special from Berea to the Courier Journal signed by a subscriber to that paper. Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with' modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XII. W.L.Douglas Shoes 2.2, 3.2, and 4. .22 Shoes FOR MEN W. L. Douglas 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 better1 and wear longer than any other $3.50 or $4.00 shoes you can buy. Our Spring Stock is now open, them in all styles and leathers. 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. lloody Berea. (To the iMItorof the Cornier Journal.) twenty-on- e Berea, Ky., Fob. 8. In tho past years nineteen murders have boon committed within the corporation, and in every single Instance tho murderer lis been tried and cleared, gone scot free. Not one has been convicted. Four of the victims' lives have been stolon shot. In the back and never knew their murderers. Wo have a collego hero, 'plenty of churches and "local option." SUHSCHIHEH. We have The Largest Stock of Men's Shoes IN BEREA R. R. C0YLE OF IN OUR OWN STATE NEWS THE WEEK The Ground Hog as a Prophet No Deadlock. Continues Reciprocity up Tobacco Crop In 101 Johnson and to Senate-Magaii- nes Win Fight-S- afe Pike to follow Suit Announces for to Ride on Harriman Local OpRailway Commissioner House of Lords. tion Campaign in Richmond Judical Primary in the 34th What the THE DEATH STRUGGLE Democratic Party thinks about Re Tho fight Is on In the English ' districting. parliament for tho reform of tho Houso of Premier Asqulth havliOCAL OPTION CAMPAIGN Richmond Is again In thu throes of ing Introduced his bill abolishing the it local option campaign, the election vuo powor of tho Hereditary Chambolag scoodulcd for March 3rd. Of ber. It Is a constitutional battle the couruo, the righting In thu open is outcomo of which It Is not easy to' being dono by tbo forces of law 'and predict. IS IT ASSURED? order and righteousness. It Is gratifying to know also, that tho press of It was thought last week that tho the city la on the side of tho drys, president's reciprocity agreement with and It Is calling attention to tho Canada was assured of passage Inasbenefits that have accrued to Rich- much as It was so overwhelmingly mond during tho local option regime. favored by the Houso. With but a Says tho Register "Tho sober think- few dnya of tho session remaining, ing men of tho community who care- and tho determination ot somo of tho members to block tho movement, fully weigh all arguments for or a proposition can hardly fall tho outcomo Is extremely doubtful. to seo tho Immense benefits which Tho President, however, Jias made havo accrued to our city since, thu tho hit of bis career In using tho banishing of the saloons. Peace and party lash and letting it bo known plenty are apparent on all sides, law that thu now Congress with its and order arc preserved without dif- Democratic majority in tho Houso ficulty and thu community as a will bo convened to handle tho mcas-ur- o If tho Republicans refuse to put wholo has been very favorably affected by tho change from tho saloon It through. Lively times uro In sight In Washington. domination." Lines-Reforming Is it true? Before deciding to refer in any way in the columns of The Citizen to thin news item we asked a prominent citizen if it is the truth, and we got for an answer that he did not know, but that be had beard that tho uutnber is 27 instead of 10. Once "Bloody Breathitt," now" ." Take notice that we hnven't said it that we didn't say it. It is coinage from tho Courier's fertile mint. And we don't know nnd don't profess to known anything about it. We have never heard the details of any one of the alleged murders, neither have we known the principles in any of the reported killings. We ore not, therefore, expressing any judgment in the matter. The only thing we would bo willing to say the only thing we could say is that the presumption is in favor of tho nineteen or twenty-seve- n persons that are alleged to have been cleared of the charges against them. The one who doesn't say that and doesn't believe that prefers a terrible indictment against tho ninetoen or twenty. seven juries that were charged with determining tho guilt or innocence of the accused in these cases; he prefers nn indictment little less grave against the Judges, the lawyers nnd the courts in general tho juries and courts of the great county of Madison, Madison, not a Mountain county, but of the proud Blue Grass. Of co u tbo no one would dart say of Madison county: "Do not your Juries gWe their verdict As if they felt the cause, not heard It? And as they please make matter of fact Run ail on one side as they are packt." Berea Bank & Trust Co. Lincoln's Birthday, 1911 Celebrated by Meeting of The Berea Association of New York, in Carnegie Hall, New York, February Tenth. J. Chairman of tho Berea Association, Cloveland Cady, Presiding officer, Hon. Seth Low; Speakers, President Win. Goodcll Frost, Governor Wood-row Wilson. HITCHCOCK HACKS DOWN 34T1I JUDICIAL DISTRICT The new 3Uh Judical District tlut Postmaster Gonoral Hitchcock has Is to cloct Its first Judge In Nov. Is announced that ho has nothing more making mi rather unausplclous begin- to Bay an to thu raising of tho rato ning In tho primary content now being on Uio advertising sections of tnagai-Inowaged between tho present Judge, Tho measure has met with such V. It. Mack, who holds tho officii by strenuous opposition from tho pubRsh- . I I. appointment of thu Governor, nUd Mr. ' im .imuuKuuuk .1... country, unua even uiu D., Sampson. It Is n campaign of Jn Congress, that It tho Secretary Is F. too not convinced of tho error In his Jcrlmliatlon and lungthy and a lllllo bit too ghnmo-t- Judgment ho certainly Is convinced to bo entered Into In detail ex- of tho futility of his efforts. Tho cept by those whoso living and whoso deficit In tho department will have salvation depends upon securing an to bo mado up In somo other way. office. RECORD FOR RAILROADS It would seem Unit travel on trains UBDISTHICTINGT YES Tbo articles and editorials In Tho Is uot so dangerous after all. Tho Harriman lines, tho greatest railCitizen respecting tho need of tho statu will bo recalled by road system In tho world, announce most readers. TK5 press of Central Contlnurtl on fifth I'mjc. Kontucky Is taking tho matter up and advocating tho measure. Hut how? It Is predicted that tho legislature will certainly redlstrlct tho sUto for congressmen, but thu 9th and 10th Districts aro to bo put together so as to do away for nil tlmo with tho possibility of electing two Republican congroHHiuen from thoso two districts. And In order that thu Democratic representative from thu 3rd District may bavo a walk-oveit is suggested that Metcalt County bo joined to tho other l'J or tho present 11th District. II ow does this sound to thoso who belleyo in oaths, u constitutions, in Justice and In fulrnees? CLEAR FIELD Dosworth Is to liavo no opposition in tho race for Senator In tho 17th District, Judge J. 8. drirtln of Mt. Vernon having announced his withdrawal. B. ul r, That would be bold temerity. Betterspeak harshly of the dead. Their wounds have not the tongue of Caesar's wounds a Mark Antony to stir the populace to vengeance. But let us sue. What was that about the "Court Bouse Lobby?" Judge Benton's address before tbj State Bar Association at Middlesboro last summer our criminal record compared to that of some foreign countries 2 percent of our murderers convicted; in Germany, 80 per cent, convicted. Why the difference? Judge Benton says, our "Court House Lobby," the packing of juries. Was he speaking from his experience in the Madison Circuit Court? However reprehensible it may be to question the integrity of a jury, especially of Madison County, if Judge Benton is an authority the fear creeps iu that those who, behind closed doors, tell us what is not generally known about Berea's criminal record and those who make mercbandise-'o- f their knowledge by selling it to the Courier Journal, and, in a veiled way, suggest thnt the churchen and the College are not doing their duty, and hint that there js some connection between the condition which they report and the fact that Berea is a local option town the fear creeps in that they could put their fingers on the sore spot that they really are indicting the Juries and Courts of Richmond, but haven't the courage to come out in the open and say so. To clear the courts of these charges it seems to us that either one or both of two alternatives must be resorted to either we must confess thatthe theory, that the punisbmentof criminals is necessary' to hold in check the criminal element, is wrong, or we must say that those who are reported to have been killecfln Berea met their just deserts. When asked to commit himself on these propositions, what will the reporter for the Conner say? And the Editor of the Richmond Climax, who lnments in this fashion in referring to the situation? "And to think It is Heron, that little City of Churches, of Chris- tlan Schools and Colleges. What . will these rich Yankee say, who have been ho liberal with their do nations, when they learn what has been going on in this immaculate!? little town. It'H in Madison hut wo can't help it." oth-er- a Queer reasoning, his. Sorry that Berea is in Madison- County. He tiad better lament that, in spite of the schools, the churches, lhe College in spite of the contributions of the rich to the failure of the Richmond Courts, Berea isheld.up as a reproach to the county and ihe stato. Thanks to the geuerusity of tho rich Ynnkoes he will possibly never know what Berea would be without Churches and Schools, but, oniug to tbebliuduess of prejudice, he VtniA-fes.owin- friends, it Is with great pleasure that the Ilc-rAssociation welcomes you this evening to Its annual gathering. In tho past these gatherings have been less public, and have bad tho charm ot Intimacy, but tho speaking has been so strong and appealing, n& tho Influence so dcop, that wo have often wished that we had many more to enjoy tho occasion with us. This evening, on account of the near proximity of tho birth of that great Amorlcnn, Abraham Lincoln, and wo are to have the pleasure of having with us our old friend now the distinguished Governor of New Jersey, this greater gathering has possible; but, that It may not' lose tho charm of the former ones, I am going to consider you, In our welcome, as members of tho Berea Association. This great metropolis exerfar and wide, cises an Influence reaching tho remotest cities and the most isolated hamlets with an Influence for good or 111. Now, some high minded people havo seen In this a great advantage to send to the more destitute portions of the country influences of helpfulness and of blessing. And surely that Is a very patriotic thing, for the more favored sections of tho country to send helpfulness to the weaker ones. To whom shall we send, and to whom shall wo give our efforts? , ..... 1. .. , u.ubu u, nu, , imiw, any 1 uo uot I. the Berea 'Association has a quallfl- cation that Is perhaps essentially ,, It is that wo know a American. Vl w0 good thing when wo see It. and when ' vng ,n tho Bhtot them: (Ap. wo realize that thero aro 3,000,- - uUBO 000 mountain pcoplo who camo from Nnw , B1,okn the ln. tbo purest English and Scotch an- - jtorestIng hlstory ot Berea. Thero are eestry generations ago. coming to f tf nnv. In this country. this country, naturally taking to tbo vslioso existence as It Is today, signimountains, nnd owing to peculiar cir fies so much. Berea College was cumstances havo remained there, ln founded t 1855( n8 you win precelve. a sort ot com storage, mougn not. beforo tho oulbreak 0f tho Civil War, wtin mo ueprecmuon iui wo ioui ,t wa(J founded partly by men who lanes piaco in our toou unuer mauiur Contiminl on fifth page circumstances, It would seem that A GREAT VIOLIN thero wus n great population from which tho highest class ot American citizens could bo mado d, Tho pcoplo of this region, generous-hearte- d toward children, surely It Is a And most Interesting population. J. Cleveland Cady: My ea T 1 T .1 high character and attainment, who had turned bis back upon tho emoluments and preferments, tho social privileges and everything which men hold dear, and taken up the Uto of hardship and struggle because- he saw this great opportunity. Now, you will not wonder at tho hearts of thoso who realizo this, that they wei drawn to this cause. I now have the honor of Introducing to you as presiding officer of tho evening In this place, our first citizen, low. (applause) Hon. Seth Low: Mr. Cady, ladies and Gentlemen: Bcrca Collego stands for one of the most interesting bits of educational work being dono in tho United States at tho present time. And It has peculiar Interest for every American, I think, becauso of Its history. First of all, as Mr. Cady has. told you. It Is In tho State of Kentucky, under tho foothills of the Cumberland mountains. Now, it is related in the readings that have rome down to us from ancient Greece that seven cities contended for the ot honor of being tho birthplace Homer. I may almost say that every state In our majestic union is envious of Kentucky, because she has the peculiar honor of having been tho birthplace of Lincoln. (Applause) , i Unt of a Bcfea ,fl mig0 men Kentuckjri wher0 toe that nre worth cducatIng. wbat tho mountalneer 00 for 'U8 j do not knoW but x know wnat ono raan from Kentucky uld forptnB country and for 0 world. Under God n0 waf) th(J ,eader of tWs plo In preserving tho Union, and that nandi a had uke your8 mne( wroto on thfl Dnea of hlgto words tmU aro fi0 iumInoua tnat a wholo isi-way- or 1 ,,, ,,,,.,., j large-minde- wo saw coming among CuutlBarO on Fifth Vaga tain people, a champion, these moun a man of t HOUSE CLEANING This Stradlvarlus violin In thu 185 lay picture for years unstrung, lu a museum hi Madrid, Spain, but owing to the bard n times produced by thu war Its owner was forced to sell It. Tho young Danish violinist, bought It for $13,000. lie wus tbo first person to make a sound upon It and on Saturday evening, Mar. 4tb, tbo peplo ot Uerea will havu' the opportunity to hear and see him and It. above Spanish-AmericaSkov-gaard, We are cleaning house and taking stock this week and as a result there will be some mighty good gifts within the next few days. The first ho come will be the winners. Be sure and visit our stores this week for there will be extra bargains in store for you. It's no special sale for our regular prices are always equal to special sale prices and the quality far superior. TRUE l'ROl'HET The ground hog saw bis shadow when ho camo out on tho second of Feb., and that meant that ho went In to stay a while bocauso winter was A WELCH'S and "Save the Difference." j (Cliuurl ail fifth n. Page Two THE CITIZEN February PEACE DOVE 23. 1911 The Citizen A family 0 newspaper (or All that It right true and interesting. TJrumVvr s TRUSTS ANDREW CARNEGIE'S GONRDENGESHOWN Industrial Awakening Spring Buying Firm Prices Hope for Futu Collections Now York. IL 0. ly Review 3"uttlirtil every at Ibrcn, Ky. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. OncorpnnUed) P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. SENATOR TELLS CONFERENCE HE DEPLORE8 OPERATIONS OF LAW. If Christ Had Not Come Tulor By OR. JOHN A. EARL AntM Clmwfc. Better. Subscription Rates ftli Months FAYABM3 IN A1JVA.VCU. One yestr lt,M INDUSTRIAL EFFICIENCY HIT Tarcsj MonOra rwt-otllo- a 35 Washington. Senator Kllhu Hoot of Now York, In an address Friday at the closing session of the can commercial conference, praised the prlnclplo ot organization In bust ncss and made n plea for the organl zatlon and combination of American business men for tho promotion ot trade with Latin America. Ho deplored tho fact that tho opera Ions of tho law against tho great In dustrlal organizations "reduced tho UDMniClt OF Industrial efficiency of the country. "It Is Important to break up or ganizations," said Mr. Hoot, "when they are monopolizing tho means of subsistence, but there Is one way to counteract this influence, and that Is by substituting organizations on sound basis, not violating any law ASSOCIATION. KENTUCKT I1U-Wbut securing tbo concerted action of t great numbers of Americans who have Again It Is reported that the la coming back. Not If tho wear- a common purpose. "The great principle of organization ers have to pass tbo Flatlron bnlldlng He Can Either Coo or Claw. which Is revolutionizing the business la Now York. of tho world applies to tho extension ATlatlon seems to bo llko soma other of trade. Germany to a considerable methods of producing exhilarating ef- extent requires a combination of her UNDER MARTIAL LAW fects; Uiero is difficulty In recognizing manufacturers, producers and com WAR mcrclal concerns: Japan also prac the riebt tlmo to qalt. tically does this. Hut In tho United GEN. NAVARRO CLAMPS LID ON Up to date the submarines ot the States it cannot bo dono under gov JUAREZ COMPLETELY. crnmcnt leadership because the peo RUSSIA TELLS POWERS IT WILL chiefly (world's navlca havo been pie do not concelvo It to bo tho gov MAKE MILITARY DEMONSTRAfor tbo many discouraging Federal Troops Take Charge of Bonernmcnt's function. It seems to be accidents which befall them. TION AGAINST CHINA. der City New Battle Is Fought government Is taken rather that tho Near Mexican. us to learn that up largely with breaking up organlza It does not astonish tlons and our aun la n "variable star." Even on efficiency that reduces tho Industrial CHARGES TREATY VIOLATION El Paso, Tex. Juarez Is under marof tho country. this planet it baa the reputation of betial law. General Navarro has taken Senator Root aroused enthusiasm ing a highly capricious luminary. by his closing remarks that nowhere Czar Orders Troops Rushed to III Dis- possession of tho more noble trict Across Border to Enforce house,railway, closed every business should let altitude testa on earth were thero "aamong Aviators saloon and gambling places men passen- and admirable people o unsought. Endurance and Free Trade Demand Washington and Is in full control of tho city. Ho ndded than In ger testa aro the ones needed at this that only when tho people of the to Ask for Peace. lour express wagons, loaded with tago of tbo art. arms and ammunitions, were captured United States realized this and en by United States troops whllo they tercd Into real friendship with these St. Petersburg. Becauso of China's wcro Tbo Chicago authorities nave voted attempting tho river basis jo limit all buildings begun after Sep- countries would they reach abo ad persisting violation of tbo St. Peters- near Falscns, east to crosscity. Eight of this where American trade could burg trade treaty ot 1881, Russia 1 to a height of 200 feet, and If tember Thursday notified tbo governments ot Mexicans and two Americans nccom they mean Chicago fect that li surely vanced. Henry White, formerly United Germany, Franco nnd Great Britain panylng tho wagons wcro arrested. high enough. A battlo between Mexican troops 8tates ambassador to France, spoke that sho intended to mako a military and tbo insurgents took placo when of tho value of reciprocity with all demonstration on the Husso-Chlnc-e By way of giving tho children of the thirty Mexican soldiers ad frontier. War seems certain between about from tho city a chance to seo all strango ani- nations. vanced desert and took up tbo two powers unless Chlnn backs position immediately opposite Mcxla mals that Inhabit the earth, the authorities of New York Central park PUT QUIETUS ON ANNEXATION down from bcr present attitude. call. The soldiers fired 30 shots be Russian troops will bo sent forthbare bought a cow. foro tho Insurgents replied. Tho In with to tho district of III. Tho ex- surgenta were scattered nlong tho House Finance Committee Report Ad tent of tbe demonstration. It Is added nam Medicine Hat wants Its river bank on tbe Mexlcall side, using versely on Bennet Resolution In the diplomatic note, will depend changed. If Kalamazoo and Oshkosh tbo ravines for breastworks. Taft Influence Succeeds. entirely upon the attltudo assumed can be happy and prosperous, there The United States troops aro massed by China. eema to be no reason why Medicine at tho boundary line, whllo artillery Washington. To offset tho Cana Vital questions Involved are freo men aro thrown along tho lino In front Hat should not bo comfortable. dlan annexation talk which the admin trado in Mongolia, tbe extraterritorial of tbo custom bouse. Hundreds Dasket ball may be a perfectly love-l- lstratlon feared might effect tho reel rights of Russia In China anil the es- watched tho battlo from house tops. game, but when It becomes neces- procity ngrcement, tho house commit' tablishment of a Russian consulate at It Is learned positively that Francis sary to call upon ibe police to pry teo on foreign nffairs by a vote of 9 Keobdo, Mongolia. co I. Madero, lnsurrccto provisional to 1, reported adversely Friday on tho replayers apart It would seem that a Thero bavo been rumors recently of president of Mexico, Is t Guadalupe vised rule ot come sort might well be resolutions Introduced by Represent an Intention of Russia to bring pres- with Abram Gonzales and members of atlvo Ilcnnot of Now York for the Inserted. altho lnsurrccto board of strategy. This opening of negotiations with Great sure to bear upon China because of Is admitted by members of tho Mcxl looking to the annexation of leged violations of tho There Is In California a fountain of Britain treaty. That tho situation was acute, can lnsurrccto Junta In El Paso. oil that gushes up to a height ot Canada. however, has been denied, both by tbo Mr. Rennet was tho only member of 1EC feet Advocates of the conservaChinese foreign board and the Russian might do tho committee who voted for tho res legation at Peking. It has been admit- WILL SUE LUMBER BARONS tion ot our natural resources put olution and tho action followed con veil to Insist that a lid should bo differences In tho fercnecs of Chairman Foster anil Act ted that there wcro tho .international Department of Justice Is on this fountain. Interpretations of Preparing Its lng Chairman McCnll of tho ways agreement Case Report of Commissioner as mado at St. Petersburg means body with President Taft An Austrian girl, who has Just been and Peking. Tho treaty adopted Sent to Congress. One of the Rennet resolutions asked and at naturalized In New York, says she bo- In 1881 expires this month nnd It has camo a citizen of this nation because tho president to report to tho bouse been reported that China was not will Washington. Two sharp blows at sbo loves tbo United States and the for Its Information all tho facts con- ing to renew It at least not until cer tho lumber trust were struck peoplo. That la tho kind of cerning any negotiations pending with tain modifications had been made. American by tho administration Tuesday. tho Canadian or British government tltlzeu wo want. Ono wns n statement from tho deTho treaty of 1881 provided for tho and whether any negotiations are ot tho Chlneso gov partment of justice that suit Is to bo pending looking to Canadian nnncxa Moloant and Hoxsey laughed at dana con' ernment In tho province of III, which filed agnlust tho combtno based on cer "as long as tho machine was all tlon. The other resolution,president had been occupied by tho Russian arm complaints of discrimination, black, one, requested tho right." When man becomes perfect, current listing, price raising and apportionies slnco 1871. Interest In the Russ nosslbly ho will Invent a macblno that "to enter upon and to prosecute from Chinese situation will have to da ment of territory. Is safer to tlmo to tlmo such negotiations with chiefly with Is perfect. Until then It Tho other was a report by Herbert tho attitude ot tho other tho British government as ho may learo flying to tho birds. Knox Smith, commissioner of corpora deem expedient for tho annexation powers, though RursI.th understandshowing tlio enormous extent of tbo Dominion of Canada to the ing with Japan and tho other powers tions, holdings Af man in a Philadelphia restaurant of tho timber Inter-cstwould nppear to have paved tho way of tho United States." dlfccovercd 15 pearls In ono oyster giving warning of monopoly at no for any coercive measures contemtow. It hi evident that tbo restaurandistant date, relating tbo steady Inplated agnlnst China, t-pearl fisheries exicct to yield a YEAR Washington. Tho Russian govern crease in prices and predicting still SEES A PROSPEROUS good harvest OiIb season. It this Is to ment has ordered several regiments greater advnncca by those who nro lio taken for n samplo beginning. engaged In cornering tho forest reCharles M. Schwab Returns From Eu- of troops to tho Ilus.'o ChliH.Eo fron- sources of tho country for speculative tier, according to intelligence rent to rope In Optlmlttlc Mood Over of Ono out of every four graduates tho stato department hero by tho Rus- purposes. This report was sent to Business Outlook. Harvard earns nil or a part of the congress by President Taft. sian government. money needed to pay his expenses. Tho United States stato department Now York. Charles M. Schwnb re Wo can't seo why Harvard shouldn't cet as much glory out of this fact as turned on tho Maurctanla Friday from will Immediately nsk both countries GOMPERS APPEALS FOR AID he does out of her athletic exploits. his midwinter vacation In Hurnpo a to submit their grievances to Tho more pronounced optimist as to tho Haguo tribunal nnd hold In abeyance Seeks to Raise $500,000 to Be Used In Labor Los Angeles business outlook for the nny hostile demonstrations' until that Tho department of agriculture has world-widFight. been keeping tabe on tho number ot venr than ho was when ho left New body can act. This step will bo taken with a knowlcdgo that Czar Nicholas deer shot in this country during tbe York threo months ago. Samuel Gompcrs, Washington. "Kvery sign points to an unusually has always been a stanch supporter ear and has coouted up to L7.E00. president of tho American Federjitlll thero aro peoplo who love deer proserous year, not only In the of Tho llugue court. ation of Iibor, bas sent to all labor that hao not been converted Into United States, but throughout tho organizations throughout tho country world." said Mr. Schwnb. "Tho deYcnicon. Dorothy Arnold Not Found. a circular' asking aid In raising n fund pression that to n greater or less OX' New York. Miss Dorothy Arnold of half a million dollars to bo used In A New York doctor sajs that If tent extended around tbo world fob our big nnnlc of 1907. nniie.irs hiiH not been found, and her fighting opponents of organized labor women contliluo to wear tho quantiat I)S Angeles. to Imvo been replaced by n vigor of friends have no more definite Informaties of false puffs, rolls and switches rnnllilpnei) s tion today than they hutl CO days ugo "Wo nro Issuing this npprnl," sold and activity that now In fashion tho next generation may liavo llttlo or no hair to start well, IUisIiicsh In all linos is boom an to whnt haB become of her. Inquiry .Mr. GomptTH, "for tho purporq of aidwith. With raro exceptions tho pres- lng. nnd lu nothing more than In steel demonstrated that a story to tho effect ing our fclloV worklngmcn In Los that sho had been ent generation had nilehty llttlo hair nnd Iron. Wo could htivo no bettor hospital wus untrue. found In Flower Angeles to maintain their rights and liberties as men of organized labor." sign than this." to start with. thrts-w-fkI'an-Amc- Pond money by or KxoreM Voney OnW, Draft, KoKlHtertI Inter, or no and two .'rnl tiunin The dato fUUrr your nuno on spews to what oit yinir tJirli?:1tni la s jwJd. If It la nut (tnwl 1mn aft renewal notify tw. will Ixj gltuWj mipplUd MteMnu numb-r- e If wo ro rvrfincd. Fine premiums elwftP, with rvw and pnnni ntfaiwtUs. Bend for FrefnJum List. n UboraJ tirmi Klvnn to uy me who now mibcrl(rtkiii for us. Any one us four yearly siriiewrlptlons can mndtrvR The dllnTi tn fur lutnwwih? for one year. . Advortlstng rcutm i Declares Government Is Duty Breaking Up Organization Points to German Policy Henry White Tells of Value of Reciprocity. rsvo nrrpUc-ivkvi- hoop-pkir- growth In birel nets lonfldenro. WIUi rtoplotnl slocks, merchant, while tlll con sen all to l greatthHr operations, nro er ootlvlty. Iron and Steel Booming. Som definite Men of Uwj Iiiijtiy tr.rnt Unit be oiMtruM In Inm ami steel Ls furnished try eiirrent tttiHKos Indicating an exparrton of lu'nrly 15 per cent In tho funwtv open tlons of tho lending producix irom the low point of the yetir. and by tbo recent statement of Uie swjiio Interest showing an lniTvao of 43C.OOO tons In unfilled onion on luind during tho month of Jarowry- As Wo from a further broadening of :Ki1ty In llnLiln-linert. It Is 4i;nlllixint ilurt greater animation haa doveJopd In pig Iron nt certain lending contort, and tho lnillef to growing that tho doollnlng tendency of prleoM has bon clxrcked ixirmiiu'nt-ly- . In some ImitunoM advances of from 25 to CO rents am being asked, and furnace are reluctant to quote for dlwtant dorlvory owlirg "o Mt conviction that ft substantial recovery will ni-wi- t han served strenjrUrcn tlu wk Bvenr of Trado Maid ; Important dovrioprni-n- t to Im V W'' of the nnd P.Un CkUo in!lnn was llsteited to by a largo coagrega lion tho ithor evening wlion uoctor delivered his sermon In verse. TKXT If 1 hml not como id spoksn ot dn . If I hud onto thfin imonic thrm III works which noni otixir ll.l, John 11.12 24. An Innovation In sermons as dotlV' fred bv the mora modern mlnlator Mt If Jfus hart not rom to earth. If nngrla hn.l not un lila hlrth. his worth. If wlt men hail nnt Ilnw ioor Ihn world woulil tm. If Jrmis had not said dm nnnL heard. Yr like of which hail no'rr lluw id fur you nnd ma! If Jmun had not come from heaven, ")nr sins rnulil not have been forirlrem. And lirolien hearts with nrmw rtvrn Would liopetess beat anil MeeJ. If Jeus never had lren liorn Thero wuutil not I ii rhrtstmiM mam. h would And earth of rood Ihlno ahum Tlilnss that we sorely need. No riirlstmaa cheer would lUhten henrtv Nor ctonlne of otir busy tnarta. No Pnnla t'Uus nhnxe relnift-- r MnrO) With jlnKlln hells and 1HkI.. N.i "Merry Chrletmaa" Kreetlni; rlart. All moiiM le nnstniiv, troubled, mul. No Klflu for Utile and ktd To alsnallze the iln)--. tree, no mletletoe. No rhrllni No storklnirs hnnrfna; In a row. No ro.nl will rrarhlnc friend and ton. No t'hrlslmas rsrda anil sweet. No family Kalherlnc round llin board No presents brniisht from plaees slnrert. No Kind surprise for ttione ailoteil. No Christmas season tretils. No hampers for the poor who need. No kindly word, no ireneroiis deed. NolliltiK to save the world from sreewt A I'hrlstlesi world. The poor would eat thtlr wnnty fara, Their tace plnrheil their ciiptmarils bar. rnl men wllh plenty would not To ndnislo with tha moss. d IS THREATENED ultimately wear. Preparing For Harvest Agricultural tunc iinory IntermtJ livo N'cn active luiyem at Uu Wittt, but donnuid ftr ral lias hern light thl month. whUJi i nut pitrprlslug In view of thj lurve wn tract recently placed. Sonui pku. mills aro rt"lt"ted n operating at 75 mt of isncl!y. while tbo volume of new Hlmctural Is ncll maintained. l-or-do- n " Mills Are Busy. PtirchascH In N.tJi primary and mv oiidaxy dry goods inwkcU aro now mom frequen. and improenHft Stock in all uunrtcrH aro to tie kiw, but mills tied It h illlthivli to recuro producing (osts that thev re limiting tbotr outtmt to orders and curtailment, peelally In cotSome mlk mill are ton good llnexceedingly busy Jithlxw report a gtxvl trado In fcnrti ttbrlcs, glnirluuu prints and In Footwear. Tho footwear market cimtlmici generally inilet, and oh yet Un cxcti"d revival of bulrtes following tno of buytrs from U Ilcxton market hn fulled to develop to nny, great oxtenf, tho demrmd bring Irregular. Producers of niclalltie, particularly cfoth f.Jri guodit, continue In rcccl of rteody orders, while lines aro goncruMy douu-nUc!an-dancv?i-cic- al' No houe of fjo.1 wouM frrnre the street. Willi open door, where Christians nwl, Whose noble spire the hearna erect. If Jesus had not rtime 'alhnlrsla never would tiare Fitninir With value.) roof ami frearoea hanK, When, rralse of the Chrl.t nre aimc. here mithlng can bs dumb. the tsrnl. roKshi wouM And leave on men Its iiKly bntrul A ilriinkanrs Moaled fare. And where the tinsplist should be A prison we should likely reei nunlln the men wtio mlicht e freIf Christ had not eousht tha raca. A pre-em- Ilut In Iho place nhere stand church wouM - If Christ In Paradise hsd stayed. If sins on him had not been laid. If mnsnm prlre he hail not paM. Distress would lie our lot. No hope, no partlon. no release. No Joy, no clra miner and nft resee. Our sronlriK troutilea never cea- We lino the battles fought. tf Christ had kept himself away, tfow empty would our bookshelves stay. I ml poor Indeed would lw our day ,. f ..M.. .... a The iron pels four would not appear. New Testaments would not Im here. riir 1.1. rn ill i. onni k.ii urui it Ann many, many muni. -1 y Russo-Chlnes- o Weathtr Interferes. nrndatreot's letter naldby Retail trado ha loen hanrjK-rcwarm weather In tto Smrtli, Southwest and West, while snowstorms in ihc Bast and Northwest deterred distribution, thus ncntlvlntr lh. designed effect of clcapjnoj n?Vrt. WJioIean'n trade has Improved a llttlo In tlx more oneorful there. InSuuthwcbt deed, than for n long tlmo post out business as a wl.olo Is IneJcwnrd and buyors who ar- - now vKIUik; tbo central markets aro purchasing coasorva-Uvold All tf Christ remained abnvo the skies. From Chaucer to the llrowntnira wise. Tor Christ Inspired their pen. And son ica shall Ini" their nobis tons From Gregory to Mendelssohn. And In their place n hovrlrss moon Will nil Ihe world of men. literature we must revise. Fewer Business Failures. nsver came. If failures In tho I'nltrd The Jims II. C. now destroy. letters States for the week ending February And A. D. never more employ. 1G were 235, as compared with 2t)l Ins! For they ore but a false decoy. If Christ Is but a name. week and 2G3 In the corresponding week of 1310. In Canada 31, as comtint Christ has come: Ills day w hall! pared with 17 last week, and 'J5 In the Ilefure his star nil others pile; Ills sonir transforms every wall-I- lls corresponding week last year. iniitiKrr Is a thrlne. Tho new discounts In tho leather tnido And rlnre lie ramn tie burden's lisht; uuitorially, cpw Month hns no stlnit, the future's brluht; have restricted trado faith daily In solo leather, where thoy haSe We walk by In lllmand nnt by klcht. n'one. And trust been put Into oimra'lon to Ui greatest extent. Life's Opportunities. ' We are never at tbo end of this I THE MARKETS f Ife's opportunities not until this II f" has ended for us. Thero never coiiich IIuhIih-ss , The pictures from the walls now taks; Msdonnas nrn a Mice mistake. No Kere Homos Ioniser mako Hour Winter jntwiut $I.S."o1.r.O, do family $3 25a3.50. low grade JiCIa ! 2.75, eprlni; patent j5.Cea!i.75, fun-llll.8r.afi.2u. Wheat No. 2 red tfo.i y -- Cincinnati Oram idarHet Ullc, 33 iCa471.ic, No 2 yellow 47!n No. 3 yellow KViU'fce. No.2 iii'.iaH'yic, No. 3 mixed 43 4a (Xits No. 2 Whllo V,ViiHr.r, 4C',4c. standard white 33n33Uc, No. 2 niixi1 Corn white 48Hc, mJxtd No. a red SCaSSe., No. 4 SCnSIc No, whJto i 7 "tat S 'Ac, No. .1 1,3 Ic. e 13 nui-ur- (onimoii mid Jargo JIuS, (iixxl to cliok:o iiackers and Imiolu r 7.r.5a7.C". mixed paekoru t7.5lU7.C0, common to choice heavy fat sow ir.a.r.U, ptas (1 10 lbs and I7a7 70. good Sheen Kxtra ? 1.150-1.2$3.50al,IO, latnUwKxtra, $C.40rtC50, 1 1 0-- 4 Cincinnati Live Stock. Cattle Shippers $5.25aC25. butcher steers, extra JTi.Sr.aC, good to 0I10U0 $5.25ari.7.r.; hetfem, extra $5.r.0a5.C0 good to choK'o l.8unG.40; cows, oxtr.t 4.srarj, coed to chHco i4.25al7. runners ?2.50a:i,7. llnlngua Hulls $l.r,ua.1.in, extm $,r..2.'af...15. JJu9.25, fair to good J7.7r'J, Calve--Kxtr- ln) tJiolo to nny one living tho tlmo when do has tbo right to eiw: "My opportunity A particular opportunity Is gono." may Indeed bavo passed ns through ourown c.nclcssncss and sin; but In the Instant of Its passing opportunity Is ours, rich and, golden. "I.lfu Is in tho making as long as un hour of llfo reinaliiH." And no ono less than Christ him-ielIn whom and through whom nil things nro created. Is nt hand better than that, dwells within us If wo will to lay hold of the now opportunity for us and lead us Into It In a triumph that (hull bo greater than nny Imagining of ours for ourselves In all our llfo beforo has been. That la tho way find lavishes his lovo upon us. He, .he Creator, who calls tho things that ro not jib though they were, Is ceaselessly calling Into being now glories Hid achievements for us In splto ot ill our wrecks of tho past. If ho Is tot discouraged ubnut us, why should e be? an-oth- lot f, Tho chief forester says that 84 per rent, of tho forest fires In 1903 wcro duo to tho carelessness of railroads und persons using tho forests. This ts about as bad as tho percentage ot bouso fires caused by carelessness. g The government has again changed tho name of tbo station at Blanche Walth Stricken. the west end of Nantucket Island Peoria. Ill Stnndlng In tho wings which used to bo "Great Neck," from alt Inn her ruo Just beforo tl.o rise "Mnddequct" to "Maddaket." but wo ahnll not learn to spell tho now name if the curtain Thursday, Blanche r .tress, fell to until wo bavo soino assuranco that II W'a'rh, the n a faint. ho rti Isn't going to bu chanted again. well-know- Shuts Out Circus Sideshow. Moines, In.- - Tho Iowa netiato Friday pasted the Stoddard bill. rendv unused bv the house, tirnlilhtt- Ing tbe exhibition In Iowa of mon strosities and abnormal perrons, The most bill will practically prohibit rlrrtu sideshows In Iowa. BUI Dos 11 1 day unanimously Kansas Farmers Oppose Reciprocity. Salino, Kan. Four hundred farm ers, delegutes to tho annual convention of tbo Kansas organizations of tho Farmer' Kducntlonul and Union of Amerlcn, hero Thurs condemned tho Can dcjrl- adian reciprocity agreement as nk'utnl to tho farmers' Interests. Sugar Concern In Court. Houston, Tex. A receiver wus Friday apiiolnted for tho Ohio and Texns Sugar company, which has assets estimated nt 1,800,000. Tho holders of claims for $200 say tho company Is .virtually Insolvent. John New D.'s Brother Is WUIIum D. In III. York. Rockefeller, Favor VoWs for Women. Ilea Moines, la. Tho houso commit- mi elections Thursday recommend ed for papsago tho Joint resolution fa voring woman tsuffrnjo to brother of John active for years ot tho Standard confined Rockefeller and the management Friday OU company, wus to his homo with lumbago The Temple of Gcd. "Yo Unit aro tho temple of tho llv lng (lod; ns tlod hath raid, 1 will Iwell In them, und wulk In them." Cor. vl: 10. (lod within us! Not only over with no. mmo Iirsu 17c, llr4 is uuseen, not only watching ns In So. Attplos I t5a5 a bid. out seerut moments and reading the cliolco la5 a bbl. Carn)b-- N, (). rcry thoughts of oar liearU not only 35afiCc dozeik. Celerj-- 25a:iEc dozon. Niverlne us with thu shadov of his Kggplauts ki4.G0 a Hornoffrown wings und lighting us with tho light Urnpes Malaga , $7aR cralo. of Ids countenance, but within us, our Ucur. Iomoni Calloniia 3.50nl. OiJoiw Yellow S5u!t0c, wtilte llal 10 bodies, his tcmplo, our hearts hi per bu. PineaM'Ire J3a3 r. u urate homo, Oh, If we could but grasp the Potatoes Northern Ohio 43a II a b'l thought, wo should llvo Uvea nobler I'loridu, new 3a3.5( a bumper Tur-o1i- and mure beautiful, Cation F. , W rarrar. tlal tO bM. Cincinnati Miscellaneous. IuJtry lleim 13c lb, sprint; eJilek. Iba lb, ducks lie, turku) eiis geese 7al0c. Iluttor Crtani- 14v, ory, xtru 29c, llrwts 27c, fnnoy dairy yewlitigs $4.5('u5. ikh t J '4 k February 23. 1911 3TATE INSTITUTE, THE CITIZEN Complete Program of Meeting In Montgomery County. Page Three ins ES- - PERIS PROMISE 10 PASS for several months. MM Address, M. C. Hatikln, oommls-slonc- r of agriculture, FrankforL SeAdmiral Schley Regrets That Fall on lection rf commlttecM. Ice Interrupts His Boxing Bouts-M- any Aftemwm SetMlon. Illno crafM and Government Officials grasses In Kentucky, J. I). Walk-tT- , other Good Excuse for' Its HopkltMvlllo. Domestic nclenco, lAnfaKtiMi. Gentry & Tliuinriwtm'H c Slowness. cttfwk yanlit wvro dewtroyod y Arc. Mrs. Kllia (1. Martin. IOiilsvllle. Sclonco nn1 Homo Economics Sixty nwilfM and forty-llvhornen wns By GEORGE CLINTON. Ix'ttovitl to Jtno Ixen biirnvd U death, Mks Airbyn Chlnn, State university, Washington. Definite word has nxnuuf UiohorecH having liecn brought IexInKton. Soil l'hyH!c, 1'rof. J. 0. hom tircAha toIcm nw gcltig on, ami Moaler, Cnlvcrslty of IlllnoK Urbana, como from tho houso leaders of tho Democracy that If tho reciprocity bill Forestry, Ioclin Itcckner, of moro Ucvn ordinary vahio, III Com IJroeillnt,', l'rof. V. (I falls of passage In tbo senate at tho Oeoll Ilrtw., of Danville, t throo ftim lvnwii nJul uuvcral valuable liorvxo bo Iloldcu, Agrloultiira college, Amen, la. present session, and President Taft In lmtrtn; to Geo. lliinlln, of North Caru Kentucky Library OmimrHalon and Its calls congress together again tbo Work, Julia ItolwrUwn, FrankforL In- March, tho Democratic majority In tina, am boJUncU to havo ouAS tensive FarmlnR, l'rof. F. O. Clark, rcprcsontntlvo chamber will stand by Its present position and will vote tbo Aibirt 100 tutul of horses nntl inulns Iterea college, llercn, Ky. Night Scwrfun. Fann Poultry and Canadian ngroemcnt Into effect ero ilrivwi from Uo Intniing barn, There are many Republicans and of tho Iiylng1 Hen, tkirinfi tiro, ami wort? ucatterod al. tho ManaKcmM-ir- t sorno fow Democrats In Washington tho (uljoialns country, tuul H will f)tls Crane, Ix'haiion, Iwl. Clover and nw log Farming, J. II. Drake, oaistant who havo held that if an extra seslruboC)ly not be known for Hurural I). C. sion wcro called tho present houso agriculturalist, Washington, itayy. cxaotly what animals wwo ttavel. and tholr DUi.'wi, IjwoU minority, soon to bo tho houso maTho 11 v stock at (ho yonls belonged to Frult jority, would Ignore tho president's rea largo mnirtrcr of different ownortt, Koudoliuuli, Nwt Ulchmond, O. IWmlng, K. II. Mel'ucn. Sacra- ciprocity recommendations and would h 1kh!t;'1 tho prcmlaoH to loam If start at one to revise tho tariff, very (burr nU'k lnil iiecn anions; tho (irtip-rt- y mento. likely to put the provisions of reciproc21. Friday, February tWtnryvd. Tho owners if tho ity Into their customs measure, decm Uiiiir Morning Sii(iii. Invocation, Hoy. pending upon Canada in return to mako ia:k yanlH luivo a bit; hamls In Wiry Ink or destroying tihocnr-n- W. J. Ilolln. ML Hterlltig. Shrep In the concessions which already through of tiho 105 antmaU wltioh wwv Kentucky, Prof. W. C. Coffey, Univer- Its commissioner. It has agreed to Imnutl. C. It. ThomiMon. manngi-- r o! sity of Illinois, t'rtiana. III. Sheen mallo in treaty form. Ik? tJAV yanlH, inado Uio following Application ScablcH in Kentucky and Nows that tho Democrats .of the itAt(itnai: to KradhatoThem of tho Present houso Intend to stand by reciprocity If "I think J7C.00O T,I take in ovory-tirin- Dr. A. J. Payno, bun.-aof animal In- tho president calls congress together lurtlally coveml by inwiiranco. dustry, Wanhliiglon, D. C. Hay nnd In extraordinary session, may possiO. Odell, LinIt "will Inj ir:nc tlmo fcoforo wo have .in Other Korac" Crops, bly havo sorno effect on tho present iwxinui'e hr.o on thlnga. lAie.Mly tnak coln, Nob. (!tnd HtKult In Kontucky, senate nnd. Induce It to allow the CanaTlio wlnl I K Itoykln, ofllco of jiulilic roads. dian agreement to como to a vote at 'ith omihl Iavo 4:cn wonte. liapixsatl to lx blowing away from a WasbliiKtoii, D, C. The Agriculture Col tho present session. Opinion Is about tfnrtMln; which omotvd hoiiv of our higo and What It Means to Uio Fann- equally divided at present as to whether, Judge II. S. Marker, president of er or not tho senators will consent to nut. mluaAilo stock." the State university, IexIiigton. Or a roll call on the subject of tho adopgan4atlou the llojuj if the Fanner, tion or rejection of Uio president's pet MULE. W. II. Stnuws Munfordvllle. measure. AftomKn Sttwlon. lglulaUon for Freak Had Four Front Feet Al Admiral Schley as a Boxer. and Against the Farmur, Hon. C. M. Lived Only Short Time. Admiral Schley, who has been in the TlKma.. Paris. The Farmer and Mar- United States navy for r years l kets for Ills Prodm-ts- , Judgo K. C. UMtnarnl. A freak of nature, Hogs and Hug counting his retired aervlco, recently 1hti was witncftcl when a lino 0'IIar. FrankforL Icy sidewalk In front of nrarw txjlmidi to J. It. Azhe.ll, n Cholera Serum, Prof. 12. S. Oood, Agri- fell on tho to n nuk oolt liav-4- ; cultural KxiHMimontal Station, Ixlag-ton- . his Washington residenco and fracrvo birth rib. Tho admiral expects no Tho Inrportaiiou of tlio Public tured a consequences two txrrfcct heads, four jwrfWit serious from his Injury front fooL ami two Kick ihonns taper-Ins-: School In the Development of Rural nnd bo lias told his friends that tho or",, the lrfn into only two lilnd logs CumtminlMo, Prof. Uegenatcln, slpc thing that worries him most Is tho with tho limd quartern as orfrtns In lutemlcnt of inibllc Instruction, Frank-for- fact that bo cannot keep up his dally Farm MareigemonL Prof. V. J. boxing aj ordinary mule. oolt was Uini bouts. artve, out llvtul only ft fow iHcondH Spillman, U S. department of agriculAdmiral Schley onco had a bout not tbo ture, Wadhlwton, D. C. The Kontucky with gloves, however, Moro Una 1,000 oltlzoiw with Admiral aoincil. Horw, Prof J. J. Hooper, Agricultural Sampson, as everybody will remem-bucollege, Stato university, Islington. over tho matter of tho naval light AFTER A DECADE. .Mule, Ceorgo P. Rogers, Smlthland near Santiago. It was a drawn batTho Problem of Transportation a I; tle,, but It was warm whllo It lasted. IiCiIiiRton. Kn route from Paris to Affects tho Farmer, Hon. John P. Har- Washington people who havo seen AdClnrlnnntl ten yenrs aco. 7.. T. Smiley, well, Jr., Ilanllnnbutv. miral Schley boxing almost dally with Night Session. Kntcrtalmncnt to men who know how to uso tholr lists nf this city, lost a pocketbuok $20 Mil. A fow ,Iays ni? bo provlditl by tlio citizens of ML say that despite his soventy-onyears bo recclrcil a letter iostmarkcU at Sterling. tho old sailor makes It hard for tho Cincinnati, hut not signed, Inclosing liveliest youngster to get tho better Saturday, February 25. n J20 bill, with the explanation that Homing Session. Invocation, Rev. of him. Uio writer had found tho money, nurd II. O. Moody. ML Sterling. Our State-Fair- , There nro several government offIt. and vr&R lutf. now for tho find time Prof, M. A. Scoycll, Agricultur.il icials of rank In Washington who box In n (Kisltlon to return It. for exerclso, and sorno of them nro ApKxperiment Station, Ixixlnton. ple Culture, Prof. II. Ij. Price, horticul- extraordinarily clover at Uio pastime. LETCHER COUNTY OUT OF DEBT. turist, Agricultural Kxperiment Sta- Postmaster General Frank A. Hitchtion, IlkickHlmrg. Va. Cattlo Feeduig cock is a boxer and ho looks 1L When urcpent mwsVon of VM UitniTK. bo was In college bo was a constant liCfklirr IWntU court lia Jikit nM W. F. Want, bureau of animal indus- frequenter of the gymnasium where, try, Washington, D. C. Dairying. J. F. off tio kwt of tlie old IJoytf & S!uh1kt WLmMrun, O. Dairying a Uko Thcodoro Hoosovclt, who also J2.600 Jail Xkbh a liur-J- Hudson, of Soli ImprovemonL W.as D. was a boxer, ho met not only fellow that havo MeaiiA irjon tlx county for forty jxars, students In tho collcgo ring, but any Adjournment. nnd fur 1ho flrnt a In Its hUitory the NIciiolls. nhxunllcld. amateur from tho outside who cored dainty to on, of dobt. to faco him. LOCK PLANS COMPLETE. Drlgadler General Clarsnco It. Edwards, chief of tho bureau of Insular SHEEP MEN TO MEET. - CapL I.ytle nmwn, chief Irfwlsvllle.boxIs a govniment engineer In this district, affairs, also stood boxer. In Edwards' at ing ability good stead him CamptciBburB.W. T. Chilton, nnd a member of tho Ohio river board, Wost Point when he was a cadet, for of tho Kentucky Sheep Ureed-vhas returned from a meeting of this aiiEonlatlon. has Issued notice nf loard at Wheeling. It developed that on ono or two occasions bo was callUio comlns: mootlnK of the sheep the detailed plans for nlno of the G4 ed upon to show his ability In an 'inlireedera of this state, to toko some locks to bo built In Uio Ohio river terchanging line," In which bullets action to eradicate scabies from the aro complote, and Uiat tho work of wcro not tho medium of oxchango. Hocks of Koutiieky. The annual meet-In- s construction on tho nlno now locks Iloxtng now 1s taught at tho military acadomy and all cadets aro proficient of tho nsKoclntlon wilt bo held at will begin Immediately. In tbo sporL MS. Sterlluj; on rcbnnn 21, tho samo D. Iiurnlcy died Mrs. Cornelia TOOK A FLOGGING. dato a tho Htato I'nrmnra' Institute. a few days ago In Virginia Just from IMPROVEMENTS TO DECIN. Stanford.- - "I got enough whippings across Uio Potomac river Up to tbo tlmo of her when 1 uas a kid, and liked 'cm so Washington. years, death ut tho age of nlncty-throSoiwnMt.Tho salo of thotSonierset well, that I'd rnthcr take an lieatlng right now than work out sho rcmombcred perfectly tho visit of Wator. MkIiI & Traction Co.'bns been confirmed by the court, and tho new a lino on tho road," declared Ira Uifayetto to this country. .Mrs. Hum-lesaw tho great Frenchman when ownera hnvo taken charge. The iipw Uuig, accused of Intoxication, to company Ih known ns tbo I'nllcd Wa- Judge Mcnefeo. Court was transferred ho paid his visit lo tho University of post, Virginia nnd not only did she see whipping ter. KlKht &. 'i'nutlon Co.. iiiil lias a Into an Improvised him, but sho Bpoko to blm. cnpllAl stock of $100,000. It Is said whero tho Judge, In tho rolo of Tariff Figures Hard to Collect. tho company will build to llurnsldo, n piled n horsewhip to iHstanco of botch miles, ami connect tho prisoner. If President Taft should call together In extra sesslou, It with ho rlrer. SHOOTING AT SOMERSET. Is said to to bo his Intention WOMAN BURNS TO DEATH. gtvo to tho Democratic ways and Somerset. Ifc F. Cooper, employed meatus commltteo such Information us Winchester. Mrs. Harry (loolman, ns a tire'man oi Uio Q. & C. railroad, tho tariff board exports havo succeed30, wiui buniol to death. No ono saw shot and probably fatally wounded L. ed In gathering. Ho will do this, howtho accident, and It Is uupposHl her II. llrognusa, n machinist. Tlio two ever, only provided tho Democracy clot Mm: can slit llr. Sho ran Irvto tho mon rpiarrelctl over a pool game, shows it Is bent on putting a tariff yard and licr liody was found bunicd hit Cocper and knocked him bill through tbo houso und Is uot to a crisp. The fence waa burning down. As he fell ho pulled his gun simply willing to sanction tbo CanaHer lllllo datiKhtor and idiot IliMgmssa thtvo times, ono dian reciprocity measure which, if It when discovered. was found onlcei In tho room ball tuklng eirect In the arni, tho fails In tho seuato ut tho present sesof her mot tier's d(sith. other two In Uio back. sion, will form tbo chief reason for calling congress together onco more. HEADQUARTERS MAY BE MOVED. AGAINST CIRCUS. VERDICT It is known In Wabblngton that tbo tariff board members huvo not yet llkiliinviiil. Veixllet for $C0O woei Henry Clay Insurance Company fluyi succeeded in getting all tho InformaMcClure Building. tion that they vlsh on tho protected midored owtast John Ito! Inswa'H clr-:iIndustries concerning which they have "by a Jury l?rn. Tlio ft loamt d to Frankfort. Pursuant to 'ho pre mado inquiry with a vlow to Uniting lw lUHtrilmtcd ninonK olffh plain tiffs, posed purchase of the McCluro olllc out whother tbo protection which cover ul for J5.000 for In irlcn vlio UulldltiK In this city by tho Henry Claj them 13 "too high" or "too low." iiy u llapc of tcat at an Ftixi InMiraiuio Co., tho directors oi Tho Investigation has been directed liuro. Unit company dwIUcd to visit Fniuk-for- t largely to tho paper und pulp, thu cot ton, wool nnd woolen Industries. It Is nnd tiiioct tliu building. (llarpow. Tho board of w Hrrvlsors Aftor tho purohaso U mado It ti understood that unless tho board ir.uitl(xiliy ourttilu that tho hcviitmr-to-r works night und duy all tbo lutonuu- for llarmi county I ma lluuhud lt tho Henry Clay Co. vlll N tlou that Is desired concerning wool work, tnlflng the nsstsstwer. of Ikir-m- i cauuot to obtained, and formulated moved here. lotintr $W,0OO Io-mctlo 1 ML Sterling. la fin effort to hav RECIPROCITY BILL tho Htato dinners' ltmtltutc tills inonlJi ono of ilw tlr.it has cvot leen hold In liho Blate, an attractive Stock Yards Are Burned and program lion lHcn arraiiKoil nnd House Democrats Will Stand by rates on all railroads havo been Blooded Animals Lost, socuroil, Tho folknvim? In tlio full Pact If Extra Session Is program; Called by Taft. Thursday, February 23. LOSS WILL REACH LARGE AMOUNT uMornlng HwrIon. Invocation, Uic ItoV. II. I). Clark, ML Sterling, l'rost-deirt'THIS MAY PERSUADE SENATE . wldnw, T. J. Illgstaff, ML Wore Than a Hundred Were s Stop-IIiir- IN THE FLIES It seems tho tarthat wool growing conditions vary in different parts of tho country and that special Inquiries aro needed In each ecctlon. This has mado tho work much hnrder than it was supposed nt first that it would bo. Board Criticized for Slowness. iff board has found WASHINGTON 0 ripples of Potomac's stream, Break gently where the tread Of thousands press the hallowed sod Mount Vernon, Freedom's dearest shrine Guard well thy sacred trust, Locked in thy loyal heart of hearts Ye keep the Patriot's dust. 1 see him glide among the huts That dot the cheerless gorge The Joshua of a struggling band. The Man of Valley Forge; JVhere'cr he goes his smile illumes The shades that thickly lie, And all who hear his words resolve With him to do or die. Tlic pilgrim comes from lands enslaved, Thcro has been a good deal of criticism of tho apparent slowness of tho board in securing facts. Tho experts when thoy sny anything on tho subject let It bo known they think that Instead of being criticized lor slowness they should bo commonded for quickness. Tho strong Intimation Is that no ono who has not actively o engaged In tho work can havo an Idea of tbo enormous labor that Is Involved in getting nt facts. Criticism, howovcr, is not checked by Uio defense that is made. When tho re ports of tho board on certain schedules aro mndo public It will bo possible to understand tbo amount of la bor necessary to got tho Information which Uio president ordered tho board to secure. On February 17, 190G, Nicholas Longworth and Allco Roosevelt wcro mnrrlcd In tho East room of tho Whlto House. This year, on tho samo date, of courso, occurs tho wooden wedding ado-quat- Above our greatest dead; Animal , Killed Adjoining Barn Containing More Valuable Stock Saved by the Wind. ' w Win-licetc- r. celebration. It Is said that Mr. and Mrs. Long- - Sue-coosf- Jb 1 TWO-HEADE- fifty-fou- line-qtciln- j t. To vlwl r, Tv kh n tl-rr- y y con-gre- llro-(,rnFs-a uncoil-mcIou- h u worth havo received enough wooden ware to start an ordinary couplo In housekeeping and that more is to como. Ono young girl In Washington presented tbo couplo with a huge, cupboard of the kind which old men remember as occupying tho corner In tho old farmhouso kitchen of 60 years ago. Old things of this kind nowadays arc of Immense value, for tbu collecting of them has becomo a fad. Washington has several shops given over entirely to trade in an tiques which como from tho farm houses and tho plantation homes all over tho District and Maryland and Virginia. Fordney's High Tariff Hobby. Individual members of congress havo particular legislative hobbles and sorno of them rldo them to such an extent that In tbo public mind they aro never separated from their mounts. Rcprcsontatlvo Joseph W. Fordney of Michigan has tho .tariff hobby. In tho public mind It is likely that John Dalzell of Pennsylvania Is regarded as tho stauncbest high protectionist In Washington, but the fact Is that Mr. Fordney Is a general In tho high protection ranks, whllo Dal zell Is only a second lieutenant. Fordney Is from Michigan and ho glories In his high tariff sentiments and Is willing to defend them In any place and at any time. It Is said that Speaker Cannon. once was asked bow it felt to bo a stand patter nnd ho answered: "I don't know; ask Joe Fordney." Representative Hobson of Alabama. tho hero of tho sinking of the Merrl-mahas a greater navy for his hobby, and, like Fordney on high tariff, ho Is willing to talk on heavy armor plato and moro big battleships at any tlmo and In any place. Hobson Is a member of the naval commltteo of the houso and if ho were not such an ex tremist, as sorno men vlow It, on the subject of naval strength, It Is prob-abl- o bo might be Jumped over the heads of two or thrco of his Democ ratic brethren and bo made chairman of the naval commltteo in tbo next houso when tho Democrats como into control. Pathos of Possible Extra Session. Sentiment, of course, cannot en ter Into matters of great national tnomont, but it President Taft calls an extra session of congress there will bo some old employees of senate and houso who will bo put to great In- convenience and possibly In ono of tw cases to actual "suffering. Ileforo this story has been told of tho number of Republican employees who will bo cut off from tho pay roll In March It an extra session Is called. Instead of being allowed to remain on tho lists a3 entitled to pay until next December. Tho cases now In mind are thoso of superannuated clerks who havo been In the personal employment of senators and representatives anywhero from 25 to 40 years' service In tho halls of congress. A good many old timers havo been voted out of offlco cither by the people or by tho legislatures of tho states, and with them must go their personal secretaries, and In some cases their committee clerks. Thero nro men in service of this kind, who, becauso tho work has bo- como second naturo to tbeni, havo been ablo to contlnno It even whon old ago has unfitted them for any other kind of labor. Tho pay has not been large, nnd thoy havo been unablo to save much money, A great many of them havo been obliged to live up to their Incomes, and whon March 4 comes, if thero Is an extra session, thoy will bo Bopn- when rated from tho pay roll thoy fully expected that thoy wore to draw salaries unUl next Decem ber, and ho given nlno mouths In which to look about for something else to do. Thero Is ono senatorial employee who held a Judgeship In ono of the states wheu ho was n comparatively young man. For health reasons ho wanted to move to Washington, und tie took a clerical position under tho pay of a senator. Ho has been In this city for bo many years that most poo- plo havo forgotten when he came. He has been so much a part of tbo capttol as tho old senate clock, but, unlike tho old clock, which bus not boon voted out of ofllco, he, in company with bis chlof, bus been voted out, al though ho Is not yet "run down." Thcro aro plenty of cases Just like tho ono cltod, and there Is a good deal of sympathy among tho members oi both parties for tbu old tlmo omploecs who in their old ago must go out M begin llfo ovur again." IL Uoivlos.) (CcriTtKht. 1311. by Beyond the restless sea, To meditate where sleeps the man Who taught men to be free; Tlic glitter of the sword he drew; Makes bright the world today. . And hands unborn will crown its hilt With laural and with bay. He needs no granite shaft to tell , Of glorious actions done; His monument? the freest land That lies beneath the sun! with swelling pride we seek The banquet board once more, And drink to him whose fame is far Beyond Virginia's shore. He is not thine, Mount Vernon, though Upon thy sacred breast, Wrapped in the mantle Glory weaves, In peace he takes his rest; The voice of Liberty proclaims: "He is my honored son." And Fame with lofty pride proclaims: "The World's one Washington." T. C. Harbaush Washington the Man or ever had a richer legacy than Americans In their havo No Nation peoplo his real character and tnestlmablo as wcro his services to tho country Washington nor even a man was not a deml-goa But ho did possess of genius. genius for honesty and patriotism and was the Incarnation of common sense. His mother, after reading a letter from him during tho Revolutionary war which conveyed good nows, said: "George generally carries through anything ho undertakes." Mrs. U. S. Grant onco said, referring to her husband's determination and perslstance: "He Is a very obstinate man." Grant was not a genius any moro than Washington, but both men bad the gift of success. It Is well for tbo American peoplo that they havo idealized Washington, and It is to bo hoped that they may never lower nor change their ideal, and yet ho was very human. As a o young man and even after his ho was very fond of fox hunting. Ho could get very angry on fit occasions and sometimes sworo. Ho drank a generous glass of wino every day at dinner and allowed his negro butler and cook each a bottlo of beer a day. Nearly thirty years ago a friendly blographo? wrote: "Eighty ears have now passed since the death of Goorgo Washington, nnd already ho Is hidden from us In some degree by a hazo of eulogy and tradition. Ho has been so uniformly extolled that romo of our young men tell us with a yawn, that they aro tired of hearing Aristldos Ho hns been called "Tho Just." edited into obscurity, like a Greek play. Whero tho genial and friendly soldier referred to ono of his cherished friends ns "Old Put," a respectable editor, dovold of humor, has submar-rlag- Ideal of Washington. Great as was ing evidence of his common humanity In tho fact that while quite younc he fell easily In lovo and wroio verse and sentimental verses at that. When he was twelve years old, shortly after the death of hla father, he was sent to school at Fredericksburg: after promising his older brother to be "steady." It was a mixed school of boys and girls and ono of bis schoolmates, a cousin, said In later llfo that whllo George was remarkably studious he was also fond of "romping with ono of tho largest girls; this was so unusual that It excited no little comment among th other lads." It was whllo at, tbla school that Georgo wrote tho following acrostic: From your -bright sparktine eyt I wi Rays you have moro transparent than th undoneaun. Amidst Iti dory In the rlalne day. None can you oquat In your brlcnt array: Constant In your calm and unspotted mind, Kqual to all. but will to none prove kind: So knowing, seldom one bo youne you'tt nnd. Ah, woe's me that I should love and conceal Lone have I wished but never dare- re- Jorh stituted "General Putnam;" until, at length, a lover of the man has to defend him against thb charge of perfection." Washington himself never pretended to bo more Uian an avcrngo man, though all bis contemporaries knew be was. All that he claimed was to be perfect master of himself and to uso such powers as God had given him the best ho know bow. Onco as a procession In his honor passed through tho streets of a city be beard a llttlo boy exclaim: "Why, father, General Washington Is only a man!" He looked with thoughtful Interest on the child and patting him on tho bead replied: "That's all, my little fellow, that's all." Ho was one of the most dignified mon At over lived, yet ono of the most moJot, On finds pleas veal. Even thouch severely love's pain I feet: Xerxes the Great wasn't treo from Cupid's dart. And all the greatest heroes felt th smarL Tbo first letters spell Frances Alexa. Alexa was tho abbreviation of Alexander, and tho acrostic was addressed either to a scboolmato of that name or to some fair Frances living In Alexandria, where the boy was well acquainted. Thoro la reason to bellevo that young Washington was as susceptlblo ns tho average youne man of the present day. When about seventeen years old ho fell tn Iove with a young lady, whom be refer to In a letter to a friends as "your Lowland beauty," and says going Into company simply revives his former passion for her. He ndds: "Were I to llvo more retired from young women, I might alleviate In some measure my sorrows by burying that chasto and troublesome passion In the gravo of oblivion or eternal forgetfulness, for as I am very well assured that Is the only nntldcto or remedy that I over shall be i lloved by or only recess that can administer any euro or help to me, as I well convinced, were I ever anything. I should only get a. dental, which would bo only adding hi srlet to uneasiness." The descriptive roportcr of a certho tain dally paper In describing turning ef a dog out of rourt by order of tho bench recently detailed tho oo "Tho ejected curronco as follows: conlno ns ho was lgnonilnlously drag, god from the room cast a glnaee at tbs ludee for tbo purpose of oelng abla to Identify him at some., future, tilno,', Intelligent Dog. j- - Page Four. fHE CITIZEN. On Sunday night Mrs. Elizabeth Embroo Rogers Bpoko to tho girls nf tho Young Women's Christian Association on "Tho Early Women of Borca." In Introducing her subject she brightly remarked that sho desired to wear, when talking to the girls, tho game dress Bho had worn lo receptions In New York and Philadelphia. Hut added that there Id something of greater connequenco than dross. Education and culture nro much mora Important, yet even these are not tho highest attainments. One thing nlono Is supremo anil that Is February 2j, FOR YOUR 19 rr. Groceries and Candies GO TO BUY NEW GOODS Spring goods now open. Everything new in Dry Goods. Come and see the, new styles and fabrics. TATUM'S lbs Prunes - - - - 25c lbs. Dried Apples - - 25c 3 lbs. Dried Peaches, best 25c 6 Bars Soap 25c 'clls Nnpthtn, Ideal, Clcnncnsy. Ivory. Lenox nnd Delphine, 3 for 10c Navy Beans - 5c per pound Colored Beans, 3jc per pound - 65c Ideal Patent Flour Fairy Patent - , - 65a 3 4 .... -- character. Then sho told of the liicouvcnlcti COYLE'S DRY GOODS STORE You pay less or get more 8 aoaoaooaososoooaoaooaoooooaooaoooaosoou a o a o o S R. II. CHRISMAN Berea and Vicinity. GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES RUGS a o Funerul Director nnd Embnlmlnti A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. Nlrfht a o A party of about ioriy young peoat ple spent an onjoyablo evening a social, in the Chapel, Monday even ing. Prof. J. W. Dinsmoro was summon ed to appear before, the people of CITY niONK 183 OFFICE OVER RACKET SXQRE Madison County. Thursday of this week to give ten reasons why he would not vote for whiskey. BRECK DAN Mrs. L. A. Pottus Is to give a ban evening to her Life and quet Wednesday of lroarders and an Invited friend Insurance ench. Richmond, Ky. Boys, bring your Phone 505 rubber and iron to J. S. Gott, on Dciiot Street for & N. TIME TABLE high prices. 6:30 a. m. 11:00 p. m Knoxvillo Miss Etta Gay and Miss Etta Moore 3:57 a. m. 1:29 p. m BEREA 7:45 in. leave Thursday for an extensive trip 6:10 p. m, Cincinnati to New Orleans and thence to Boston, South Bound Local They will bo In New Orleans for the 8:25 p. in. 6:40 a. m. Cincinnati 11:5!) a. m. 12:29 p. m. Ma nil Gras. BE RE A Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore, who 6:50 a. m. 7:00 p. m. Kuoxvllle spent several days with relatives at Express Trains Boonovllle, returned homo last week. Stop to take on and lot off passengers from beyond Cincinnati or from Mr. Tom Wyatt who purchased Mr, Atlanta and boyond. Chas. Hanson's placo moved to It South Bound the latter part of last week. 8:15 a. m. Cincinnati Mr. Howard Dizney came from 11:44 a. m. BEREA Middlesboro, Saturday, for a short , North Bound visit with his parents. 4:56 p. m. BEREA was .Mr. A. P. Settle of 8:35 p. m. Cincinnati in town, Saturday, attending to busi ness matters. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Beach and son, Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Hulett left Hodorlck, of Cedar Springs, Ohio, vis- Tuesday for Illinois where they will ited Adrlanco Baldwin, last week make their future home. Miss Maud Parker entertained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cuinmlngs of young people at a Washington Blughainpton, N. Y are making an party, Monday night, in honor cf extended visit with their parents, frlonds from Richmond. Appropriate here, Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Golden. games wero played- - and red, white Misses Estella and Lillian Blcknsll and blue ice cream served. went on Saturday to Mt. Vernon and returned on Monday noon. Allen Huff of Vnlparlso, Ind., visitThe Mothers' Club meets at Mrs. ed hero last week. W. C. Gamblu's, .March 1st. Read you want your fruit trees sprayIf beginning on pages 76, 6, ed or trimmed, wo can furnish the articles 03 and 90 in American Motherhood. mon and material at a fair cost. All are cordially Invited. F. O. Clark. Mr. S. P. Clark lias bought the Rev. Parsons went to Pauola, SatJohn Bales placo on the Kingston urday and Sunday. Plku and plans to movo thero soon. Mrs. S. L. Isaacs and son, Sherman, This was advertised in farm . and the Misses Wells and Jenkins, all The Citizen. It pays to advertise. of Valley, View, visited at J. K. BakMr. L. M. Bell of Major, Owsley Co. er's, Sunday und Monday. was a visitor at the homo of Mr. S, John Roynolds and family und P. Clark last week. Grovor Gentry anil wife havo gone to The Bereu Public Schools closed, Illinois to reside. night, with an Interesting Monday Mrs. Chas. Hanson and family left program at tho Christian Church. .Monday noon, to Jolu Mr. Hansou, A patriotic turn wai given to tho who is in Oregon. program owing to the nearness to Mr. and Mrs. Scruggs are enjoying Washington's birthday. Tho flag drill u visit from .Mr. Scrugg's mother and tho fan song wero especially enjoyable- features. this week. oaoaoaoaoeoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa These are our Regular Prices, this is a special sale. not Day Phone 26 40. DR. BEST, DENTIST H. We have just opened the largest stock of Rugs and Carpets' ever in Berea. If you don't believe it come and see. A few eye openers: Smith's Smith's Smith's Smith's Axminster Rugs, Axminster Rugs, 9x12 Velvet Rugs, 9x12 Tapistry Rugs, 9x12 $13.50 to $15.00 15.00 - v Fire, Accident, to 17.00 15.00 10.00 I. We. guarantee these goods to be first class and as good as can be bought. Come and have a look 'and "Save the Difterence." WELCH'S Mrs. Elizabeth Embreo Rogers Mother Rogers" as she Is affection- ally called and her daughter, Mrs. Noblo Hill, returned to their homes on Monday. During their visit Mrs. Rogers spoko twlco ut Industrial, at the Y. W. C. A. last Sunday night on "Tim early women of Berea"; and nt other times. The ovation ghen her in United Chnpol as the student body had tho prlvllego of seeing ono of tho founders of tho Institution, but ono whose blindness prevented her from seeing them, Has ' twen-ty-flv- o Ad-dro- ss Impressive. Prof. Matheny Is to attend the Superlutendcnt'8 Section of tho N. E. A, at Mobile on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week. Mrs. Matheny goes with him and they plan to visit Tuskegeo on tho way back. Berea Is thankful for Its entire fr'o-- j dom from measles and other diseases this winter, President Frost spent an hour In ths Art class on Friday giving nn account of his visit to Athens. Mlss C'orwln has been In the hospital for the ust week undergoing an operation on her none. It is hoK'd she will be out soon. Tho winter term is half over. Now students aro still arriving and being taken enro of. Tho Incidental fee Is reduced after tho mlddlo of the term. Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Hill held a reception In Boono Tavern on Saturday afternoon to which their friends, old and now, wore Invited. The cor dial greeting all received and tho swift, gracious manner of Mrs. Rogers mads many feel that tho visit was almost llko a benediction. Mr. Hook's class In carpentry Is making great progress. It Is a good class for anybody to visit, in the Building Woodwork between ten o'clock and noon. ccs, the trlnls and the heartaches In those early days of Berea'B history, when enemies wero numerous nnd friends few. However, her work was confined more to her homo and the school room. Then1 were five llttlo children to bo cared for, classes to bo taught, and visitors to bo and Indeed peoplo of every class wero welcomed under that hospitable roof, the wealthy and tho poor, tho learned anil the Ignorant one was came, anil, If iterchanco found to be unworthy, he too received that homo's blesMng. Every wtrd of tho Berea Psalm was lived during thoso trying days. It takes a long time to build a foundbeforo ation, and It was years one could Ucrea feel suru that would not fall Into tho hands of with tho enemy. Tho men worked all their minds and strength and tho women stood by them, but God was back of it all. Among tho last words Mr. Rogers said were, "To God be you going to do with your history? What Is It going to be on Borca's banner?" Prof. C. 1). Uwls will giro a lecture on "Tho I.lfo of Christ, In tho Y. M. C. A. meeting, Sunday craning nt C: IS. Everyone is cordially In- vlted to attend. Miss Ethel Todd untcrtalned the j younger members of the faculty at her homo on Inst Friday night. Professor Ruinu's sermon but Sundny night on "What Jesus Christ offers a )iiung man or young woman" dwelt on tho highest power possible to tho human soul, tho power of Inspiring men to bring tholr whole lives Into bnriuony with God's purposes, und that this power for Influencing others camu by developing unti'a for friendship; Such a sermon would be a credit to 'any city pulpit and wo In Korea are Indeed fortunate In hearing such a cnlty tneiuuige. FOR SALE. the glory." Sho said that nltlio sun could not nee tho students as she stood fore them In Chapel two weeks ago, she knew they wero thero and her mind went back to tho ttmo wHeu with she and Mr. Rogers started fifteen. Sho was a&kcd If sho was not surprised at licrea's growth, and answered, "No, not surprised, but pleased and happy." She continued, "President Frost cntno hero when Bert's was weak and you nil know what he has done. Ills best monument will not be In the cemetery, but In our hearts." After speaking briefly on tho Influence of girls, nnd what real, true womanhood means, sho remarked that Korea has some beautiful examples, and that ubovo all things she wauts It to Is) said of the Beren girls that they aro taught the truo life. And concluded with: "Wo handed down to Berea, a history. Girls, what aro oue ucro lot on tho corner of Railroad nnd Valley strcctH. Nice young fruit on tho lot. Call on or uddress II. Muncy, Berea, Ky. A Baby Chicks FROM S. C. Brown Leghorns '$8.00 per 100 Eggs for Hatching, $1.00 per 15 One fourth cah with order, rct when your order U tilled. Would tc plriiril to hrur from anyone wanting llrown Leghorn. SIMON MUNCY, Berea, Ky. Announcement Spring ant) Summer, Gbc t9tt given b - semiannual Moping sale nt our establishment Tho College is now prepared to oa make contracts with thoso who wish a to furnish wood for tho ensuing year. See T. J. Osborne, Trcaa. Miss Llllle A. Moore,, who has been o a sick with cold has resumed bcr duties as church visitor of tho Union President Frost had tho grip In Church. Dr. Emily Dtllman Smith who took Miss Mooro's place Is still New York and was condemned by his physicist? to spend three or four in Berea at Boono Tavern.. weeks' In tho SouYlfc H) naturally s College Items Zhc Globe XEailodno Company Cincinnati oaoaooaoooaooaoaooao ' Mill be bclb on jFebvuai 27 anb 28 an citraorbtnarp. cxbibition of bigb claoo fabrics In otrictly. mcrcbant tallorino effecto will be bioplacb in full lenotb orapco. Orbcro will be taltcn formmcbiatc or future Delivery nor. IK. 3. (Booioer, of Cincinnati, an eipcricnccb cutter anb fitter will be bcrc to taftc our mcnourc. Bargain Day 2:00 p. m. SATURDAY FEB. 25 MRS. EARLY thought of Berea as a health resort and leaving Now York in a snowstorm a week ago Tuesday night, ho drovo Into Borca Wednesday night. ntno bell was Just as tho half-paringing, taking his family and everyst body else by surprise Ho will prob ably bo hero two or tbroo weeks. Tutor May is enlisting a largo number of former students who havo had Bloyd In raising tho necessary money for renewing tho equipments of tho sloyd 'room, which havo been somewhat worn by tho constant use of a succession of classes for a dozen years. IRbobus 61 Mayes, J3erea, Ht." FA ruarv 23, ton. THE CITIZEN. Paen 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. Engle's Big Sale Now On! Everybody is trading at 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 Sth wheel and gear, and the perch pole is mortised into the head block "ear marks of quality." We put on our own rubber tires and save you the factory profit. We use the best rubber' obtainable, Diamond Fire Stone your old buggy at $12, $14 and $16 and Morgan and Wright. We per set. Will take your old buggy in on a new one. Come early while the assortment is complete. Terms liberal. er R. J. ENGLE King of Low Prices Phone 60, Berca, Ky. MADISON vs. BREATHITT Cnntlnurtl from Flr.t I'ne 26 PHONE: day. 46 night 1R. "THE FURNITURE MAN" D. Cbvteman moan-wlill- o BEREA, KY. the Hpectnclo of Uerea without the protection of the Courts. Sorry that Berea is in Madison. Wonder if lie would contribute to its betterment if it were in n distant county or state. He evidently fails to see that the rich Yankees ate trying to make up to a worthy and needy population for local and state neglect. Hees now Tho bereaved family may find con solation in tho sympathy of her many friends and In tho hopo ot tho happy meeting In tho faith of which Mrs. Anglln died. A FRIEND. FOR SALE. I will sell WASHINGTON'S Court or tho Stato of Kentucky, obeying It. Tho law was sus(Continued (turn lir.t page tained by tho courts nnd then Kobut who hated rea did what 1 havo always thought wero slavery, and thoy founded Berca In was wIbo nnd patriotic, and not only Juit but generous: they found that tho hopa that by teaching thu moun must abandon tho teaching of they would ralso upa popula- talnoor. Hon that would turn tho scale in Ken negroes with tho whites. rnoy ion that their function directly was with tucky towards tho gradual emancior tho Blavos. They saw tho whites, ns they had begun, and pation their that In tho mountains there was then, m they took JL'OO.OOO out of estabsmall assets for tho purposo of :ih thoro is now, a largo jopula- tlon of whlto people who lived on lishing a negro school elsewhere. for tho most They added to that 1200.000 another their own land-p- oor part, but tholr own, who held no1' KOO.OOO which they raised especially men tor mo purpose, aim uio uuuuings slaves; nnd theso felt that ir they could carry their ore now going up for a school for ideals Into Uio hearts and minds of colored youths and girls as tho retheso men ono day Kentucky would sult of that law of Kentucky which compelled tho separation. I havo tho Ikj a froo state, Now. during tho war. education was honor to bo tho Chnlrraan of tho aru or irustees 01 lusHcgee insunmlnUliMHl at Hfren College, though I was twice broken up by tho armies. ,u,0 tt school, as you know, founded At tho end of tho war this hapon-'M- l: by Booker Washington and carried Two colored soldiers appeared at on by negroes for negroes; nnd 1 tho door of Berca, and asked that am glad to stand hero on this platform and my that I think tho acthoy might bo taught to of their pooplo. Well, Bo- tion of Berca College toward tho Ne-- J ( n race under those, hard conditions ron, did not havo much except pupils, and Berca acted nB tho hen ncted of was both wlso and patriotic. I think whom vou mnv hnvo heard. Rome ( they were right In accepting tho body found a little chicken running ' law of Kentucky and In following tho around without a mother, and they ci,urso wU'cn Insured for both schools w K"01 ot 1110 community took this chicken to a hen that had- n't any. and said: "Won't you tako 'P w,,lch 1,0111 schools hnvo been caron (Applause) And I think they fare of this chicken!" "What." she r,,J w,ro RcnerouB In not only giving said. "Bo bothered with a chicken? r ,hpr cstat0 for ne" Of courso I won't tako nny." Then Ul" fu" Hlmro ' thoT took it to a hen that had two Kro wlucatlon but doubling It by chlckons, and they said, "Won't you n hard effort of their own ho that look after this chicken!" "No," sho tho endowment of tho negro school said, "I havo two chickens already, might be, as far ns iwsslble, adeand It Is all I can do to look after quate at tho beginning. I think you will admit that that them." So they went to a hen that hnd a dozen, and they said, "Won't was very interesting history; how beforo the war, how It you tako caro of this chicken?" And " hegan sho said "Certainly, what is another passed through this phasa liorn ot tho Civil War, and how now It has chicken? Let it como right In.". returned to Its original purposo ot Now, nt that tlmo Berea had nothing but debts, I suspect, and pupils; trying to oducata tho whlto children, and yet most generously and patriot- young men and maidens of tho mounically nnd bravely they took theso two tain region. They havo 1400 such I myself havo been Otero nogrocB and began to teach them. pupils. Following tho steps ot theso two and havo seen somo ot tho buildings ramo many, and from that time until that thoy put up with their own tho 1901 tho Berea Collego taught under hands, and I havo looked Into bright oyes and tho Intelligent faces tho same Influences whlto nnd colored Btudonts. Then tho Stato of Ken- ot tli oao who como there to learn. tucky passed a law forbidding that. No ono can go to Borea, without Ilerea. truu to Its Instincts, I think, roalltlng that thero Is a splrft of tho contested tho law to tho highest placo. Tho old Crook Idea ot the Dry- LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY, BIRTHDAY I9II slave-holder- s, ads that inhabited tho trees, wo may look upon as poetry, but tho places that mould men havo their Inhabitant spirit and no ono can go to Be-rwithout feeling that tho spirit of Berca Is a spirit of uplift, and wo are here tonight to tell the- - people jof New York something about It. You will shortly hear from its distinguished President, I use tho ca The academic procession from Ladles' Hall to the Chapel, just proceeding tho lecture, was a special feature ot tho Washington's Birthday cxorclsQ. Tho address waa given by tho Rev. Howard MacAyeal, pas- tor ot tho First Congregational ' word advlsodly, because fys Is distinguished by reason of his patriotic and unselfish servico to Berca President I far-socl- Frost. (Prolonged applause) Dut beforo I Introduce him, I want to read four Tory brief communicao tions that tho Presldont of Berca has placed In my bands. (Theto letters appeared in last week's Citizen. Then followed tho addresses of President Frost and Professor Pennl-maCol-legn, Church In Akron, Ohio. Ills easy, Informal stylo mado bis address, which very was-- ono well worth hearing, pleasant to listen to. "It Is the ambition of every ono ot you," ho said, "to mako Christian patriots and George Washington was an ideal Christian patriot." He thcu dwelt upon tho striking qualities In Washing- ton's Ufo, his sanity, fortltudo and lt nnd Governor Woodrow Wilson was Introduced ns the last speaker.) become-teachor- ! ' President Krost, Governor Wilson: Mr. Low, Ladies' nnd Gentlemen: 1 always wonder why it is necessary to make for Berca. Tho caso 1b ho obvious, tho oblect to bo sought jbo admlrablo, tho things at stako bo ' momentous, why should wo need to I bo persuaded to support an enterprise like this? All that 1 have come hero for Is to add my llttlo part In pointI ing out to you what it means. wonder If auy of you havo over been and in tho mountains ot Kentucky North Carolina. I wonder if you real- j Ize. tho life, tho simple life, that is set amidst thoso magnificent and beautiful surroundings, and I wonder ' If you real 10 how that Ufa waits i for tho touch of help to spring in-- I to an energy which it is Impossible It should know otherwise. I used 'to know thoso mountains' when I Whs, a boy, and did not think seriously about theso things, but In all tho years that havo followed tho plcturo of thoso slmplo people, tho Imago of tho beautiful surroundings In which they live, has seemed to upon tho sensitive surface ot j grow my memory, until It means moro and ' moro with regard to tho intorpreta-- I tlon of Ufo and tho developmnet ot . It. When you aro asked to subscrlbo for Bereu you are usked to subscribe for a renewal of tho Ufo of tho country ut Its sources. Do you never reflect whom the Hmircea nf the tin. lion's Ufo Ho? Do you suppose that tho life of a tree Is derived from Its fruit? Do you not know that tho Ufo of a treo is derived from theso unseen origins which 11a boneath tho soil, whero everything Is dark and hidden nnd silent, and It you chooso to regard it bo, unbeautltul? But hero all tho sources ot vitality lio, and aro sent forth Into tho roots, into tho trunk, Into tho vibrant branches, s I 1 rcposo; and with theso qualities ho was above all a man ot action. His concluding thought was that thero was nothing greater In Washington's Ufo than tho man himself. The various departments held socials In tho afternoon nnd Professor Faulkner lectured In tho evening on "Sanitation and Health." IN OUR OWN STATE (Continued from firtt page) not over. For a week or so many believed that ho did not know what ho was talking about, tho weather was so fine and springlike. But ho did know and winter Is upon us Of courso, wo In Uio mountains havo not felt It severely yet, but all control Kentucky has been In tho grasp ot the severest snow and sleet j storm for years. Traffic was delayed j nnd telegraph and telephone com munication cut 011, tno Islington papers having to content themselves with tho local news. THE "CUT OUT" VOTED Tho mooting of tho tobacco growers called for the 20th In Lexington was held according to tho program announced In Tho Citizen last week, nnd Its deliberations resulted In a voto In favor ot tho cut out of tho 1911 crop. A majority of tho delegates favored no crop and a largo number were silent on tho subject. Tho prophets of evil think that this action means n revival of tho night rider troubles, for It is claimed that the growers not represented In any of tho meetings will not abldo by th() decision of Uio tobacco societies nnd will grow their crops with tho expectation of getting better prices t. owing to tho This, ot course, would Incenso thoso hat havo entered Into tho ngrecmcnt not to plant a crop. A NEW CONTAOION Adams County, Ohio sets tho paco, vormllllon County, Illinois, des-pl- member of tho Union Church In J cut-outo at private salo, tho folgratulated on tho opportunity that is lowing: ono upright Everett piano, quarter-oa- k wash dresser and afforded him of making a reputation-equa- l ono stand, a Smith's axmlnster rug 9x 12, to that of Judgo Blair In C dining chairs, extension table, two Adams County, Ohio. rockers, ono mirror 39x1714 Inches, FOR RAILWAY COMMISSIONER H. J. Garrett of Winchester, Ky., sanitary couch, bed and nodding, formerly ot Uio mountains, has an- bookcase and writing desk combinnounced his candidacy for tho Re- ed, lamps, and a gasoline Iron. FurRobln-fo- n publican nomination for Railroad niture on display on the Boss homestead on .Chestnut Street. Commissioner for the Third District. Everything offered at a bargain and Mr. Garrett is a staunch Republican whoso business relations havo been must bo sold by March 1st. Bertha Robinson, such as to amply qualify him for tho position which ho seeks, and It is Berca, Ky. thought that ho will stand a good A BIG BARGAIN show for the nomination. In a farm containing 89 2 acros NEWS OF THE WEEK situated on Copper Creek Pike six (Continued from Grit page) miles west of Berea, 4 2 miles that they carried 49,491,000 passeng- cast of Paint Lick, Garrard County, ers last year without a slnglo Kentucky. This farm Is almost entirely level, la good land and has NO BREAK on It' a good six room house and dead-loc- k Tho is still on In the out buildings, a new tobacco barn Now York Senatorial contest, but costing ?150, a splendid orchard, thero are rumors that Sheehan may flno drilled well In yard and founquit. Ho, however, enters a firm tain of stock water Just In the right denial. It semes to be a case ot ruin placo. and rule. This is a great bargain and can be had tor only 45 per aero, half OBITUARY down and balance In payments. AdEditorial Note In last week's issuo dress J. P. Blcknell, Berea, Ky., or of The Citizen wo mado reference to, Robert Boln, Paint Lick, Ky.,' R. K. tho death ot Mrs. Moses Anglln, but D. No. 2. Possession given at once It bought. wo havo .received thofollowing from VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY a friend, and-- nt her request publish FOR SALE It. 1 also have a very Taluable towa Many hearts wero stricken at the property In Central Berea on south news which spread throughout tho sldo of Chestnut St., opposite Natown on tho morning of Feb. 10th tional Bank building. This lot la that tho wife of Moses Anglln had 127 feet front extending back 175 passed away. Mrs. Anglln had been feet and has on It a good six room, in poor health for nearly a year nnd two story framed house, excellent tho doctor had advised an operagarden and barn. Also a good new tion as tho only prospect of relief. framed store building with living To this sho willingly consented alabove Store room 25x60 ft. though somo of her relatives tried All In good condition and a fine lo to dlsuado her. At two o'clock on cation for any one wanting a splenThursday afternoon the operation did business location in 'the boauU-f- ul was performed, Mrs. Anglln facing and educational town of Berea, jwhat proved to be hor death with a Ky. Would sell this property aa & ' smllo, saying that thoso who opposed wholo or separately, together with tho operation did not know what sho all my property In Berea, which to was sufforing, and If they did, they for salo. For further Information would bo wilting for her to seek address, J. P. Blcknell, Berca, Ky. relief in that way. Sho also declared that if she did not recover sho was ready nnd willing to dlo, havThe Square Deal ing tho assured hope of meeting her Saviour and declaring that sho bad Best Patent Flour $ .65 given her heart to him at the ago Meal, per bu 60 of sixteen. Potntoes, per bu 65 Mrs. Anglln was born nnd raised 1 can salmon and 2 cons apples .25 In Rockcastlo County and was thirty-si- x Any 3 of the following 10c years ot ago at tho time of her goods for 24 death. Her husband, four children, dates and peanut father, mother, two sisters and two Macaroni, jell-brothers survlvo her. Sho was a butter. 1-1-- Store J o, Bo-r- oa Don't fail to read our ad which will vbe in The Citizen next week or the week following. It will appear in The Citizen only once, and will be of special interest to the lady who lives out of town. and finally Into tho flower and frjilt. So it Is with tho nation. Our sources do not lie whero distinction Is rovcaled in this, that and tho other man. Thoy Ho in tho places whence ho, lt.maybo, enmo, or whenco his forbears catno, and whenco tho pooplo whoso stock ho represents came Continued on Uit rKC and a true Christian. strenuous efforts to stamp out or Peaches 25 Fun.eral services were conducted at tho Infection, Is likely to mako a her homo on Jackson Street by tho For other prices equally as good, creditable skowlng In tho Indictment call in person on of Voto Sellers nnd Voto Buyers. Rov. Howard Hudson, assistant pasNow It Is reported that thero Is to tor ot tho Church. Interment was at MRS. SALLIE FOWLER. bo an Investigation In Johnson and her old homo in Rockcastlo County. Pike Counties, Kentucky. It will bo THE FLOUR THAT remembered that tho Court ot Appeals, somo tlmo ago, declared tho MOTHER USED county eloctlou In Plko void owing to couldn't begin to compare with Irregularities. Judgo Kirk, Circuit Judgo of tho District, Is being con ISAACS' Flour. We'll not say it makes bread like mother made for 3 boxes of evaporated apples PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what youcall for. Highest J. M. COYLE, Berea, Ky. market price paid for hides, furs, butter, eggs and chickens FRESH FISH EVERY THURSDAY it makes a whole lot better. Try a sack and even the most critical husband will have nothing to say about mother and her baking. He will eat your bread and thank his stars he is married to such a fine baker. Made by...... Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. U. B. R.OBERTS, Prop. BEREA ROLLER MILLS ANDREW ISAACS. Prop. Berea, Pafic Six THE CITIZEN followed close bchltd without question. A dozen rods up tho patch Noll turned Into a dense thicket of briars and underbrush and for ten mlnuea tbey plunged through the pathless jungle. Now and then Nathaniel saw tho three red stripes ot tho whlppcr'i lash upon the baro shoulders of tho mnn ahead nnd to these every step Bccmed to add now wounds mndo by tho thorns. As they enmo out upon an old roaduay tho captain stripped off his coat nnd Nell thrust himself Into It as they ran. February 23. 1911 SERIAL STORY The Courage of JCaptain Phimj By JAMES OUVER CURWOOD lUoiIrttionj ty Msfras C 1808 Ktttner fCopmebt J by UoMw-tlRTl- Co.) SYNOPSIS. Opt Nathaniel num. of (tan sloop "Typhoon, lanAa secretly n ltcsvor Island, stronghold of the Mormon, llo Is sud- bog gavo place to firm ground. Be foro Nathaniel bad cleared tho stream ho saw his companion drop to bis knees beside a fallen log and when ho camo up to him ho was unwrapping a plcco ot canvas from about a gun. With .a warning geeturo be rose to bis feet and tor twenty seconds the CHAPTER V mon stood nnd listened. No sound camo to thorn but the chirp of a star-The Mystery, tied squlrrol and the barking of a dog Hardly bad Nathaniel fought Ma In tho dlroctlon ot St James. way through tho thin crowd of star"They haven't turned out tho dogs. tled spectators about tho whipping yot," sold Noll, holding a hand against post beforo tho enormity of hie offcuso In Interrupting tho king's Justlco dawned upon him. Ho was not eorry that he had res ponded to tho rauto appeal of tho girl who bad entered so strangely Into bis life. He rejoiced nt the spirit that bad mo red him to action, that had fired hie blood and put the strength of a giant In bis arms; and his nerves tingled with an unreasoning Joy that he had leaped all barriers which In cooler momenta would havo restrained him, and which tlxed In his excited brain only tho memory of tlio beautiful faco that had sought bis own In thoso crucial moments of Its Buffering. Tho gtrl had turned to him and to blm alono among ull thoso men. He bad heard nor voice, ho had (elt tho soft sweep of her hair as be severed tho prisoner's thongs, he had caught tho flash of her eyes and tho morcmcnt of her lips as be dashed himself Into Uio crowd. And as be Bpod swiftly up tho slope bo considered blmBolf amply repaid for "My 8lster, Captain Plum." all he had dono. His Mood was etlrrod as If by tho flro of sharp wines; be bis heaving chest "If they do tbey was still In a tension of ughting ox-- 1 can't reach us through that slough." cltemcnt Yet no eoonor bad bo fought Ho loaned his rifle against tho log and himself clear of tho mob ttmn his hot- again thrusting an arm Into the place ter Judgment leaped Into tho ascend- whero It bad been concealed drew ency, if danger bad been lurking forj forth a small box. him beforo It was dotrtriy threatening "Powder and ball and grub!" he now and ha was sufficiently possessed laughed. "You see I am a sort ot revof the spirit of self preservation to olutionist and have my biding places. xult at tho spood with which ho was Tomorrow I will be a martyr." t He enabled to leavo fiurault behind. A spoke as quietly as though bis words single glanco over his shoulder as- but carried a careless Jest sured him that tho man whom ho had laughod Nathaniel, "A martyr?" from tho prophet's wrath was looking down Into tho smiling, sweatsaved close at his hcols. His first Impulso ing face. s was to direct his flight toward "Yea, tomorrow I shall kill Strang." cabin; his second to follow tho Thero was no excitement In Nell's path that led to his ship. At this hour voice as he stood erect The smile sotno of hla men would suroly be did not leavo his Hps. Out In his eyes awaiting him In n small boat and once there shone that which neither words aboard tho Typhoon bo could continue nor smiling lips revealed, a reckless, ti.3 campaign against the Mormon king blazing fury hidden doop In them so with hotter chances ot bucccss than deep that Nathanlol starod to assuro as a lone fugltlvo on tho Island. himself what It was. The other saw he know what Casey would do the doubt In his faco. ax sundown. "Tomorrow I shall kill Strang." he At tho top of tho slope ho Btopped repeated. "I shall kill him with this and waited for the other to como up gun from under the window of his to him. houso through which you saw Mar Tvo got a ship off there," ho called, lon." pointing Inland. "Toko a tdiort cut for Nathaniel. "Marlon!" exclalmod the point at tho hood of tho Inland. "Marlon" Ho leaned forward eagerThoro's a lioat waiting for usf" ly, questioning. "Tell mo " Nell camo up panting. He wns "My sister, Captain I'lum!" breathing bo hard (hut for a moment It seemed to Nathaniel that every In: found It Impossible to upoal: liut flbur In his body was stretched to tho In bis eyes there was .. look that told breaking point He reached out, dnzed his unbouuded (patltude. Vlioy wore by what he had heard nnd with both Iear, fearless eyes, wltlt Uio blue hands seized Nell's arm. glint ot steel In th'im ucd, as ho hold "Your sister who camo to you at out his hands to Natliunle.1, tlioy woro the whipping post?" luminous with the joy of hi deliver'That was Marlon." ance. "And Strang's wife?" you, Captain l'lutul" "Thank No!" cried Noll. "No not his lie spoke bis coiirpaiiluii'ti name wife!" He drew back from Nathaniel's iwth the assurance of oue who bad touch as If the question had stabbod Vii'.' it for a long time. "If they 111 in to tho heart Thu passion that J dogs thero will be uo time had slumbered In his oyca burst Into iMp," ho added, wltlt a If. Huvnge flame and bis face became sudIiutich of his miked shoulders. denly terrible to look upon. There Follow uiol" was hatred thero such as Nathanlol There was no uluini lu liU voice and had never been; a ferocious, pitiless Natbanlal caught tho llauhiug gluam hatred that sent u shuddering thrill of wblto tooth tut Nell mulled grimly through him us he stood beforo It. back at him, running In thu lead. Krotu Alter n moment the cloncbed fist that thu inau's oyes the master of tho Ty- - hud rlson above Nell's head dropped pboou had ulrod up bis couipanlon as to his side. Halt apologetically he fighter. Tho smile during, coufl held out hla baud to bis corapanlou. dent, and yet signaling tholr danger "Cnptaln I'lum, we've got n lot to a?artd tlui that lie was right, uud ha OmuU yon tor, Marino, nnd I," ho said, grloT-nnce, pub-Icle, 1 Oba-dlah'- denly confronted by Obadlah ITICo, an eccentric old msn and n rapmbcr of the Mormon council, who tells klm thai ho la ipcted. Price Ignores Nal'a protestations that hs lias (rot the wrong man, and bargains for the ammunition aboard tho Kloop. Ho binds Nat by a solemn oath to deliver a picknjo to Itanklln I'ltrco. president of the United Btalca. Near Price's cabin Nat sees the frightened toco of a younjr woman who disappears In the darkness, leaving an odor of lilacs. It develops that l'lutn'n visit to the Island Is to demand settlement trpm the klntr, Strang, for tho looting of his ship some time previously, supposedly r Mormons. Casey, the mate, has becu left hi charKo of the stoop with orders t bombard HL. James It Nat does not return within n certain time. I 'rice takes Nat In the darkness, to the king's homo, and through a window lie sees tlip king and lils wlvei, among whom Is tho tody of the lilacs, whom Price imys Is the wife. Plum calls at tho king's office, whero he Is warned br a young woman that his life Is In dancer. Strang receives Plum cordially, professes Indignation when ho hears tho captain's and promises to puntaU tlio guilty. I'lum again rcceWes tnirrrine of his dan- y IIh rescues Noll who Is being whipped. The king orders Arbor Croche, tho sheriff and rather of Wlnn-omthe girt who warned Nat, to pursue and kill tlio tw men. sov-vn- th theso first minutes ot their flight Nathaniel was thrilled by another thought than that of tho peril behind them. Whom had ho saved? young fellow Who wns this clear-eyetor whom tho girl had so openly herself nt the whipping post, about whom she had thrown bor arms and covered with the protection of hor glorious hair? With his Joy at having served her thcro was mingled a chilling doubt as theso Questions formed themselves In his mind. Obadlah's vnguc suggestions, the sccno In the king's room, tho night visits of the girl to tho councilor's cabin and last ot all this lncldont at tho Jail flashed upon him now with anothor meaning, with n significance- that slowly cooled tho enthusiasm In hla veins. Ho was saro that ho was near tho solution of tho mysterious events In which he bad become Involved, and yot this knowl-odgbrought with It somothlng of apprehension, something which mado blm anticipate and yot dread tho moment when tho fugltlvo ahead would stop In his flight, and he might ask him thoso questions which would at least relievo hlru of his burden of Thoy had traveled a tulle doubt through forest unbroken by path or road when Nell halted on tho edgo of a llttlo stream that ran Into n swamp. Pointing Into tho tangled fen with a confident smile ho plunged to his waist In tho water nnd waded slowly through the slough Into tho gloom of the donscst alder. A few minutes later he turned In to tho shore and the soft Eton In o d tremble of the passing emotion H hit volco. "Obadlah told Marlon that help might come to us through you and Marlon brought tho word to me at the jail Inst night after sho hod seen you at the window. Tho old councilor kept his word! You havo saved herl" "Saved herl" gasped Nathaniel. "From what? How?" A hundred qucs tlons seemed leaping from his hear to his lips. "From Strang. Good Ood, don't you understand? 1 tell you that I run going to kill Strang!" Nell stood as though nppallcd by his companion's Incomprehension. "1 nra going to kill Strang, 1 tell you!" ho cried ngaln, tho fire burning deeper through the Bwcat ot bis checks. Nathaniel's bewilderment still Bhone In bis face. "Sho Is not Strang's wife," ho spoke softly, as It to himself. "And sho Is not " Ills faco flushed ns ho nearly spoko tho words. "Obadlah lied!" Ho looked squarely Into Noll's oyes. "No, I don't understand you. Tho councilor said that she that Marlon wns Strang's wlto. Ho told mo nothing more than that, nothing of her trouble, nothing about you. Until thta moment I havo bcon complotcly mystified. Only hor eyes led me to do what I did at tho Jail." Nell gazed at him In astonishment. "Obadlah told you nothing?" ho asked Incredulously. "Not a word about you or Marlon except that Marlon was tho king's, seventh wife. Out ho hinted at many things and kept mo on iht trail, always expecting, always watching, and yet every hour was one ot mystery. I am In the darkest of It nt this Instant What docs II all moan? Wby aro you going to kill Strang? Why " Nell Interrupted him with a cry so poignant In Its wrotchedness that tho last question died upon his lips. "I thought that tho councilor hod told you nil," he sold. "I thought you knew." Tho disappointment in hla volco was almost despair. "Then It was only accidentally you helped "Only accidentally that 1 helped yoa yes! IJut Marlon" Nathaniel crushed Nell's hand In both bla own and his eyes betrayed moro than ho would havo said. 'Tvo got an armed ship and a dozen men out there and It Ican help Marlon by blowing up St Jame3 I'll do It!" For a tlmo only the tenso breathing ot the two broke the sllcnco of their tips. Tbey looked Into each other's face, Nathaniel with all tho eagerness of the passion with which Marlon had stirred his soul, Nell half doubting, as It he wero trying to find In this man's eyes tho friendship which h had not questioned a few minutes before. "Obadlah told you nothing?" he asked again, as If still unbelieving. "Nothing." "And you hnve not seen Marlon tc talk with hcrr "No." TRAPPING OF MUSKRAT IS QUITE PROFITABLE Best SVIna Drlnrr. Good Price, Especially In London Wlicro Most ot Tliem Aro Sent Flesh of Too Strong Tnsto for More Refined. ATTRIBUTE WANT TO LIQUOR Di (Iy WAI.TISIt musknit Bklns every year, and most of theso nro shipped from tho United States. Tho demand for mitskmt skins Is constantly Increasing because of tho decreasing mipply of mink, boaver and oHkt skins. Only ono other nnlmal In the world, tho Kuropenn rabbit, now exceeds the mtiskrat In tbo number ot skins marketed. Tbo common mtiskrat la nbout four times as largo as tho ordinary brown rat It lives near streams nnd lakes lAiudon nlono U. t.KtTSt.) takes ovor 1.000,000 Full-Qrow- n Muskrat. us?" , Nathaniel had dropped hla companion's hand, and now Nell walked to the log and sat down with his faco turned In the direction from which their pursucrB must como If they entered the swamp. Suddenly tho memory of Obadlah's note shot Into Nathaniel's head, tho councilor's admonition, his allusion to a visitor. With this memory there recurred to him Obadlah's wools at tho templo, "If you had remained at the cabin, Nat you would havo known that I was your friend. She would have como to you, bnt pow It la Impossible" For tho flrat time tho truth ceeding seasons. began to dawn upon him. Ho went Tho muskrat lives mostly on roots Houses for Winter Farrowlnp;. and sat down beside Noll. l'rovldo good Individual houses for and herbs, and sometimes will cat nnl- (TO BE CONTINUED.) sows duo to farrow In cold weather. A canvas or burlap curtain hung In Damages for a Sale of Morphine. tho door will keep out tho cold nnd An Important decision with refer ninko tho houso moro comfortublo for ence to tho salo of morphine has retho young litter. A lantern hung In cently been given by the Tenth Cham-br- o tho sow houso on very cold nights Correctlonnello. A pharmaceutical when tho pigs come will temper tbo chemist having sold morphine without atmosphcro nnd aid In saving tho lives Muskrat Skin Stretcher. a medical prescription to a student at ot somo of the pigs. Nancy, tho latter gave It to one of mat food. When located near gardens bis comrades, who as a rosult of ta- they do a tremondous amount of king it contracted the morphlno habFeeding Dairy Cows. to tho crops, eating corn when Tbo cost of feeding tho aterago it Tbo father of tho victim then It Is In the roasting car and destroybrought an action for damages against ing vegetables such ns bocts, turnips dairy cow In tho United States for tbo chemist, who In his defense said, and carrots. a year Is $21, according to statistics In the first place, that ha was responIn tho south tho muskrat Is a great gathered by ono of tho big dairy catsible only for his own action, but not enemy of tho rice planter. As It bur- tle societies. With the low prices of for the action of tho stuJont who had rows into tho embankment It allows grain, the feed bill this year will run glvon the morphlno to his comrade, the water to flood tho land. It also from five to ten dollars bolow theso and In tho sqcond placo, that he b4 causes great damage to Irrigation dis- figures. Even at thnt thcro may be cows In tho herd that do not earn no direct connection with tho injury tricts. Ico ponda and river levees. sustained by tho consumer of the morNorth American Indiana cat tho their keep. phine. The lower court uphold this muskrat, but Its strong flavor makes view, but tho higher tribunal ordered It unpalutablo for people of mora Chinese Corn. tasto. tho chomlst to pay 100 francs flno nnd Tho department of agriculture l 4,000 francs damagea on the ground MuskratH aro easily trapped. They that a pharmaceutical chemist who. tako any suitable bait readily. The experimenting with corn shipped from soils a poisonous substanco without a trap should be sot under watur so China. I'lants raised last year averIn medical prescription knows that be is tbo animal will quickly drown, as they aged less than sixteen Inches and cscnpo from tho height with an average of IS green llablo for whatover mlsuso may b toar leaves at the tlmo ot tunneling. Tho mado ot It, either by the first reclplont trap. In length An ordinary steol trap No. 1 Is best ears nvoraged GMi Inches or by tho next person who coraos Into la greutcst circumference, possession of It Paris lottor to thr Sink tho trap In the trail partly In and i mud where water Is two or threo with 1G nnd 18 rows of small grains. London Lancet toot-loofi3 whuro water Is nlwnys nt hand. It Is a strong Hwlmmcr nnd Is chiefly nc-- , tlvo at night While thoy may occasionally bo vcen building their houses In tho daytime, most of tho work Is dono after nightfall. Tholr boMses nro made of grasses, rushes and roots, with the bottom resting on tbo bottom ct the pond nnd tho dome rising two or threo tout above tho water. From tho part of the structure above tho water nn Intorlor chamber Is dug out, from which two or three passages lead downward through tho mass to tho water, reaching it nt points below tho frost line. It tho wntcr Is shallow tho muskrat digs n channel to deeper parts of the pond. Tho young are seldom born In tho houses, which nro used chiefly to storo food and for belter In tho winter. When banks of streams or ponds nro high enough for tho purposo thn muskrats burrow Into them. Tho entrance to tho tunnel Is almost always under water, nnd the approach Is by channels deep enough to prevent tho Ico from closing tho passage It Is very difficult to locate n musk-rn- t channol, for this reason. Sometimes tho tunnels extend upward Into tho bank nbovo tho level of the water, nnd extend back from ten to fifty foot Into tbo bank, and tormlnato In a large chamber. Usually two tunnols lead from the nest to tho water, and often a tunnel has two branches or outlots. Although tho animals do not hlber-natand make llttlo provision for winter food, they beconio very nctlvo as winter comes on, building now bouseo. adding to tho old ones nnd deepening channols. Thero Is much difference of opinion as to tho number ot young raised by each fcmalo. Somo observers say the muskrat has three Utters In n season nnd from threo to seven In a litter. Tbo northern Indians, who wero close observers, say that two litters aro born the first year and threo the suc- Inchon deep, fasten the chain to a stako or pole, reaching to deep water. Tho pole, upon which tho rttig ot tho chain Is to slide, should Imvo n fork nt thn outer end to prevent It from slipping off. Tho other end should be stuck firmly Into tho bank. Fasten tlio bait to a stick set In mud so that It li nbout a foot above tho pan of the trap. Thu animal, In reach Ing for tho bnlt, rets the hind foot upon tho pan nnd Is caught securely. An open barrel mink nenr the bank of tho stream Is said to to nn effectlvo trap, although a floating barrel I piore generally used. A holo Is sawed In tho sldo and a strong cleat Is nailed across each end, upon which boards, longer than the bnrrol, nro nailed, Knough untor Is placed In tho barrel to niako n float with theso platforms level with tho surface. Apples or carrots are placed In tho barrel for halt. Trappers in Ohio, Illinois nnd somo other middle statt-.- i are reported to bo able to earn from J 100 to $000 during the season from Janunry flrat to nbout the mlddlo of March Tho owner of a 1,300 acre tract of marsh land, with the aid of his son. secured over C.OOO muskrats In ono season, which wore hold for $2,300. Tho skins are sorted Into lilnck and brown beforo being shipped to mar- Pauperism, Crime and Insanity reetly or Indirectly Traced to Whisky Habit. ket Italtlinoro Is a good market nnd pays from AG rents for brown to 5 cents for black. St. I.ouls Is also n largo ninrket. nnd prices are generally a llttlo higher there. Muskrats taken for the fur should II be trapped, not idiot or speared. taken alive In 4 trap they should bo Floating Muskrat Trap. killed by a sharp blow ncross the back of tho head. Trappers usually carry a short club for this purpose. Muskrat skins Intended for the market should bo "cased," not opened In skinning, trapalong the belly pers begin at the heel and slit up tho middle ot tho hind leg to tho tall, around It, and then down tho other leg to tho heel In the same way. No other cuts In tho skin nro needed, though many trappers pss the knlfo around the feet, whero tho long .fur ends. Tho skin Is then turned back OTor tho body, leaving the fur side Inward. Tho skin pools off easily to The trapper cuts tho front feet closely around nose, ears nnd lips, so ns not to tear the skin. If bits of flesh ndhero to tho skin about tho head, they may bo scraped off, but this Is usually loft for tho fur dresser. Tho skin, lnsldo out. Is stretched ovor a thin board or a shingle of tho proper shape, nnd a tnek or two Is Inserted to keep It in position until dry. Skins bhould bo dried In tho open air not beforo n flro or In the sun. Sir William Dawson, Into principal of Mcfllll college, Montreal, testified beforo the Itoynl Commission: "I have had occasion to Institute Inquiries In regnrd to the pauperism of Montreal. 1 enn confidently say that nearly nit the want and destitution prevailing In this city is directly or Indirectly nltrlnulnblo to tho liquor trafllc." Dr. A. It. Held, ten years supcrlnton dent of tho (lenernl hospltnl, Hallfnx, N S., also testified: "Tho exporlcnco of ten years In our General honpltul shown mo very clearly thnt though our statistics represented a very largo percentage of sickness thero as the rosult of Intemperance, really If you fig uro out tho wldo Influcnco It has, that tho percentage would come, I suppose, up to 90." Drink has been largely the cause, direct and predisposing, of tho nutner ous Insane In our nsylums. I)r Daniel Clark, IS years superintendent of thn Insnno nsylum, Toronto, gavo evidence thnt of 0,000 enscs which he had carefully examined ho found 9 per cent, were without nny uncertainty produced directly by drink, saya tho Montreal Star nnd Herald. The Hon Ooorgo V. Kosh, In his place In tho House nt Commons, estimated thn annual loss of life In Can-ail- .i through tho liquor trallln nt 4,009. And In 1SS5 tho lion, (loorgo H. Foster, In his plnro In i'nrllamcnt said 3.000 deaths por year might be safely set down ns duo to this cutise. Wo am only on Uio threshold of th xnct study of heredity In relation to vlco nnd crime, yet enough Is known to Justify (lenernl Ilooth's strong language. "Thousands upon thousands of these poor wretches (the homelosn nnd starving poor of darkest Knglnnd) nre. as lllshop South truly said, "not so much born Into this world ns damned Into It" Klchnrd I.. Dugdalu writes of the progeny of a womnn named Mnrgaret. a dernendnnt of Max. a very hnrd drinker, who becamo blind and many of whoso children Inherited his Intemperance- - "In tradng thn xonealoglcs of CIO persons who descended In soven generations from this degraded woman, and 1C9 who wero retated by innrrlago or cohabita tion. :H0 were adult paupers and M0 were criminals nnd offenders of tho worst sort, guilty of soven murder. theft, highway robbery, nnd nearly every other offense known In tho calendar of crime." He estimates that tho cost to tho public of supporting this family of dmnkards was 11.308,-00Ttmn would fall to tell of Sir Mat thew Hale, Chief Justlco of England, who said that "by dun observation" he had found that four out of cvory Ave cases; of crime adjudicated by him have been tho Issues and products of excessive drinking. Ot Gladstone, who nHlrmed; "It has been said that groater cnlamlties greater because more continual havo bcon Inflicted upon mankind by Intern- pcranco than by tho three historic scourges of war, famine nnd iiestllenco combined. Thnt Is truo, and It Is tho measure of our discredit and dis grace." Theso voices were uttered In thn motherland. Hut tho spirit of thn liquor traffic Is one, ever nnd everywhere the samo, and Its fruits abound In our own land. Sir Oliver Mowat, for moro than a quarter of a century Premier ot Ontario, nnd proverbial for his oxtremo caution, repented, after a lapse of a score of years, as his Judgment, "An enormous propors tion, probably of the vlco that prevails nt tho prosont dny, of the crlmo which they had to contend with, of tho lunncy, the Idiocy, the poverty and the misery ot every kind, bi owing to tho foul evlt of mn-tur- o three-fourthIntom-poranc- e." e Not Very Accurate. Senator Hoot at Sonator Depowl farewell dinner In bis honor In Wash Ington, said, nnent bis European tour "Well, I hope I'll gather evor tber more accurate Information than that which Lady Salisbury's housekeeper ubed to giro hor Amerlcuti visitors. "Lady Salisbury bnd a housckocpet who, In showing American and ntbei visitors over Salisbury c.istle, would always pause before a painting o Cathcrlno d'Medld, sister of Vena? d'Mcdlct and say. " 'This lovely painting Is a portrsl' of Catherine tl'.Modlcl, kiv.ei of. Vuu d'Medlcl.' Here's Another Purltt This verbal llagiili, . PURE WATER SUPPLY FOR FARM jr. Drinking Habits of Women, An Kncllsh writer In thu fMaiirnw Herald says: 'These aro Badly on tho Increaso In our midst. You may shake your dear head In unbelief, and point to tbo records ot drunkcnrierm nt thn police courts for denlnl of my horrid insertion, for It Is horrid, and I paused eru I mado It. but havlnir mmlo li i keep to It In splto of nil the statistics in tlio woriu, tor mo evils which I mean rarely como to court These excesses are hid In tho homo, and con cealed by tho lovo and tbo shame of 'hn home nconle. Onlv In thn hni. tored households do you find them In til their blasting realities flonds that :reop Into a man's house unawares, to wreck nil hn holds dearest, to haunt Dls every waking moment with dread, to make bis sleep hideous with t "c Distilleries Closed In 8cotland. An unprecedented Btato of nffalrs provntlx In tho dlstlllory Industry of Scotland. It has been announced thnt the North llrltlah Distillery Ih to bo lloscd down. This makes tho fourth arge grain distillery which has censed iperatlona In Scotland during the past month or two. It foreshadows that ilhor dlstlllorleB will bu closed permanently. Tho Bltuutlun Is unusual and ihows the force ot tho strong temper-nic- e sentiment which la swuoytug ihut country. i fir tnt. 0 sit; Dan't say "(miunmU, I mak Uitt np ii04!." I'oIIuted water Is exceedingly common even on farms whero It might be expected that the purest supply would bo found. Typhoid fever Is often communicated by water from shallow wells. Tho germs may bo carried many rodB through tho soli and If n well Is situated lower than tho tcstiponl tlio danger Is very great The Illustration showy position ot uafu uud uuaafo wells February 23, 1911 SHORTHORN IS GOOD MILKER Properly Fed, They Are In Eng isnd, They Will Retain Strong Place Among Dairy Cows. While HIv THE CITIZEN ENTERS PORT IN FLAMES Page Seven MDMT "w ELIJAH TAKEN UP TO .HEAVEN Steamer Burned at Sea Lives Saved Property Loss Total, Mozatlan, Ixiwcr California. With almost tho entire population of tho city lined up along tho harbor front watching tho spectacular flight, the Pacific steamship Ilenlto Juarez steam ed into tho liay, a vcritahlo mass of flames and smoke. Ono hundred and twelvo naosengnrs Jumped Into thn shallow waters of tho bay nnd saved their liven, but lost all their bagqago and other effects. Tho vessels cargo consisted mainly of tequila, which contains n heavy percent ngo of alcohol, and n heavy shipment of matches. When tho steamer was finally nban doncd bIio wns only a charred mass. Tho steamer and cargo woro uiiln cured, and the loss Is total. BANDITS ROB TRAIN. 1855 Berea College Over 64 instructor, 1365 students from 27 states. Largest college library in Kentucky. NO SALOONS. 191G bhorthorng. In Now Kngland thoro walked with fJOI.DHN TIlXT-'Kno- eh nro onn or two herd tracing back to find: and ba was not; for Ood took him." Arabella nnd tho Constanco and Wa -- Orn. 6:21. TIMIITohnbly about tl. C. M0, six terloo families. years after tlm nffnlr of Nfthoth'fl vino- Mnny herds of Shorthorns can bo y.int, our lnt lenson (Assyrian 8o7) tle found whoso cowb produce from 40 to 83.1 year of thn dlvldnd ktnedom. 1'I.APi: Arroo the Jordan, oppoMte PRACTICAL BARN FOR COWS 60 pounds of milk per day. Thcso Jerlclio, from whtncu KHJali won trans cattlo nro smooth, well fleshed, nnd lated. One With Sheep Fold for Breeding fntten off Into prlmo beef. Klljah's public llfo extended over not Tho ndmlrcrx of Shorthorns clnlm Ewes Found Very Comfortable (hat they enn bo so bred nnd fed that more than 20 years. Tho first and Convenient. wcro strenuous nnd heroic, with crises llko thunderstorms Tho Methodist I herewith present Uio pinna of my minister, who was complained in for cow ;nrn. with fold for breedshouting so loud In his pulpit, replied ing owes, lioth of which I havo found "I nm not Ringing lullabies; 1 am very onmfortAblo and convenient. For blasting rocks," lCHJa.l was blnntlug nil practical purposes I would ask for rocks. iiotlilrif better. Tho dimension of Hut for the last six years slnco tho building Vi 28 by 52 foot with room vision of Uod, Klljnli had been work' above for 30 tans of hay nnd u wool Ins more on tho plan of "tbo still small room whero I enn store nwny f.00 voice" Onco only did his Oero "wot fleeces, wrltce Kdwln K. Scdwlck In unto you" blnzo forth, when King tho I'hrmcru' Uttvlcw. Thn corir Ahazlnh, Allah's son, sought aid from post arc It IjicIipb nt butt. 8 to 10 nt Daal Instead of tho pod of Israel. He top nnd 16 feet high. They nro white had been training his successor KlUba oak ami wero obtained from my own who was full of Klljah's spirit of retimber. Biich poles roulrt not bo ligion, but manifested It In gentler bought for Umh thnn $1 each. All tho ways. Moreover, Elijah was the head woodwork, except shingles ami sluing, of tho several schools of tho prophets, wero obtained from tho fnrm timber The Milking Shorthorn. where ho could fraln nnd confirm the lot nml nni ntostly oak, elm, nnd has wood. Tho loiw wero cut ntid hauled they will produce good beef animals members In their work of living and and at the snmo tlmo make good dairy teaching the true religion, thus' qolct cows. Or. they can bo bred nnd fed ly undermining Idolatry. Elijah went with Kllsha, as Paul took for tho dairy to tho opposite extreme Murk with him on his first missionary nnd inako good beef ns well. Kllsha was Elijah's attend Of rourso such breeding will, In Journey. time, ruin the constitution of tho ant and companion, student nnd friond. stock, nnd destroy their iiualltlcs both Of these years It Is recorded only that for tho tecf and tho dairy. The ten tho young man "ministered" to KHJah, dency of tho Shorthorn Ut fatten too "and poured water on his hands." And easily Is ono of the objections to this Elijah said unto Ellsba, Tarry here, 1 brerd; bat properly fed. as they nro pray thee. Elijah, Ellshn, and ovon In Knghind, they still retain n stroug tho sons of tho prophets, evidently knew that Elijah's departure was at placn lu tho dairy. hand. Elijah's last Journey wnn HANDY BARN FLOOR SCRAPER ly laid out for him. Its object was a natural dcslro on tho part if Implement Can Easily De Made Out of tho great leader to revisit tho scenes so dear to him, and his pur of Hardwood Board Cut Detired pose to tlx upon his disciples' minds Length, With Handle. tho principles ftid 'precepts ho held nccompanlug The Illustration most Important. Iast words aro boat shows n very handy floor scraper remembered, nnd tho sight oX tho which can easily bo mado by taking a sturdy old man still able to mako on hardwood board tbo desired length foot a Journey of moro than 30 nnd boring holes in It nt tho proper miles, his kindling glances, hla ring spacing to fit tho tines of un old fork, ing voice, must have remained with writes llonroo Conklln, Jr., In tho them a precious memory, nerving them Fnrm and Home. Tho board Is then to greater boldness In tho cause of Je driven on tho tines, which nro broken hovah. And 60 sons of the prophets wont, off at tho faco of tho hoard. Tho holes should bo n very little smaller in dl and stood to view afar off. Tho ab Plan of Cow Darn. nmctcr than tho tines in order that rupt heights behind the town command I. S. rtnllK. 711 frot. tho board will bind when driven on ed nn extensive view of tho river, tho loom. 7xlS. nearest bend of which was five miles C Hfir-fnlil for lirtwulinr wr, S03, them. They should hIfo be bored at a away. With a delicate sense of pro with nnol room uburtv pricty, tho young men kept at a dis7 .Mntm-.rtance, but It was fitting they should bo -, . 10, 11. li, 13- HCiticiu:. witnesses of the scene, to testify aft erwards throughout tho land to Eli nnd aw In widths nnd thickness to jah's favor with God nnd to the realnit different parts. For glrdcm 1 ity of Immortality. For similar rea used onk nnd elm, 2 by C; nUo samo sons the 11 witnessed the ascension of for ckcpcTH for upper nnd lower our Lord. floors. Tlio girders nro four foctnpart Elijah snld: "Ask what I shall do ktid floor JotelH two feet, which makes for thee, before I be taken away from a firm nnd substantial floor. Wo cut thee." So fiod asked Solomon at tho logs six feet long and snwed planks beginning of his reign. two tnclun thick for stall lloora with n This was Elijah's last opportunity to do anydrop floor back of cows thing for his friend and successor, lenKthwUo of tho barn. This make and he wanted to mako an expression It n very easy matter to clean out to 111 in of his fatherly lovo. ktuble. Wo bvd only tho IiIkIi Boor nnd tho cow lies on this, nil Ellsha's answer was: "Let a double portion of thy spirit bo upon mo." The dropphigs going to tho lower lloor lit tilnil, "doublo portion" was tho portion of We turd 2 by 4s for rafters, placing them two feet apart and used thu eldest con according to Jowlsh j law ho received a doublo share of the r pitch for roof, Tho shroath-Inwnn plckod up about tho place, old Inheritance. Elisha did not ask to A Floor Scraper. an Elijah, but to succeul him. boards being worked In nnd used to He wanted the Rood lulTRtitngo; 4 by 4s 14 feet Ions convenient nnglc In order that tho which had mado samo spirit of Ood Elijah so powerful, so wero nri-for Inuring uuder rafters. scraner may bo In n Position to s era no What ho wished was th Those- were set lit an anglu. thus mak. thu litter ahead of It Instead of slip- useful. virtues of his friend. Ho was seized InR mom hay room. All brace uro plug over it. with an Irreslstiblo dcslro to jtosscss wndn from 2 by 4b and 2 by Cs, odds thosu glorious characteristics of devosnd oads being used to advantage. tion to duty, courago In danger, loyTho fHHl alloy Ls Hewed with Inch alty to (led. This Is tho longing of bonrdH nunlng h'ngthwtac, ns U nlro (do loft nboTo nnd floor to wool room. all nohlo souls, to catch and retain something of tho spirit of heroes and Tho frunt of manner next to alley Is saints, it was not a request of prldo, mailo of elm boards ono Inch thick, or it would not havo been granted. whllo tfco vart noxt to cowb Ih luudo from fihort pieces set up and down There nppeured a chariot of Oro and tho mnngcr, being two feet two Inches horses of tire. It was a glorious body Study rations for each cow. high. Tko fcd boxes aro very solid, Milk comes by Invitation, not forco, guard; but Elijah did not go up In a nil being mado of elm nnd Tho dairy cow Is what man makes chariot, ho went up by a whirlwind aro tight enough to bold tlnu ground her. Into heaven. Tho marvelous effects feed. Tho outsldo doors nro nil douFeed nil tho corn fodder that the of electric light through prisma und ble, ono ahnvo the. other, so tho upper cows will clean up. fountains, might glvu us some idea of may ba left open to ndmlt nlr und sun It was In this ascent, as lu tho caro of n cow tho greatest the scene. In tho ascension of. Christ, that hla ind still keep the animals In, even If expense Is In tho feed bill. looso hi a stall. Sllago and alfalfa huy will make c physical body was changed Into a glo Small wludown nro on each sldo balanced ration and cheap. rious spiritual body. to let In light with larger windows And Elisha saw it. Tho ascension Fewer cows nro Injured not by high In bhoop fold ami hay loft. Tho feeding than by unbalanced feeding. of Elijah, which was tbo sign given thrco lo x stalls nro mado so they A clean cow and n clean stahlo gc him by which ho iii!kM know that he mny to closed with n door, ns shown with clean milk, good butter and clear was to succeed to his master's office. In tho cut. These may bo used for cash. And ho cried, "My fnther,vmy father." cows nt carving tlmo und when usod Tho man who falls in lovo with cat Elijah had been a father to him, lu Ills for two cows In milking t doors tlo will soon Und that they pay hire caro and training, In love, ami In nro hooked fc.irk to partition. This, ii profit. legacy. It was tho crjsof orphanhood wo havo found, u very convenient Good grain rations this winter nnd These words, too, may fnlrly bo con- nrrauKomMit, There Is u door In loft spring mean moro grass next year nnd trued us suggesting an aspect of Elifloor to throw down hay, nlso u year nfter. an's character which Is generally small door to pitch buy or straw Those who aro most ter- Ihisllagu fed to milch cowb Is ono overlooked. from u wagon into tho mow, with n of tho most economical feeds that can llilo In their denunciations of sin nro largo door In tho end to ndmlt fork bo adopted. often thu fullest of tcudoruosB and nnd cirrrior. Wo havo u i;ood modern ovo. A lnrju farm Is nil right, but It buy fork nnd track In this bam. Elijah was not dead. Uo Ihed In the needs u smnrt farmer with plenty of capital to malto It pay. record of his life. Ho lived in tho ef. Don't get so proud of that ouo extra fects of his life. Ho lived In Kliuha's 6ucceti In Dairying. good cow that you forget to weed out work. Ho with Mones, returning to It manors not how well our dnlry tho extra poor ones In thu herd. speak with Jesus on the Mount of radio itra fed or how Intelligently If your cows He on u cement floor Transllgurntlou, gives u now proof Ihey uro fed, If tho environment does without u board covering or deeu bed that dying is only our not correspond our efforts aro In vnln. ding look out for uddur trouble. exUteiieo to another Held of service; Cows wtiould have clean, warm stables I'oultry raising can bo convenient wiiern nil wo havo gained iu this life hi id should occupy them at nil times ly nnd profitably combined with dairy- will find ample stfopo. Wo nro not to Is uufuvornblo when tho wenther ing, fruit growing or gardening. bo forever harping and singing, except They should huvo good pas'asturngo will give a largo amoenl as our lives uro songs, and our hearts tures, plenty of pmo water and shade. of roughugu nt a low cost, but a pas- make music. Uut there aj hero we Villi good cattlo nnd proper sur- uro, no matter how good, will not shall "all bo ministering spirits sent roundings wo have u reastaablo as- - nnblo n cow to do her best ualoji forth to do service for them who jhaU supplemented wlm a cralu food. ii.iinRo of cucoeo.'. bo heirs of salvation," SuJj $Ao Uimi ftr Mr. 5, 1911 n n. wrcATUKtiRTriNiO Specialty Arrant ed for Tldi rper tho Shorthorn In generally regarded ns a prlmo beef breed, thero nro among tho best milkers of this 2:1-Mem I.KH.HON TKXTcountry many strains of well bred ory venws 11, 12. -I Kines 1. FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE THE MOUNTAINS. OF Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can,bc placed with others lilt himself, where ho can mako most rapid progress. tup Which Department Will You Enter? THE MODEL SCHOOLS for thcso least advanced. Same lecturra, library and general advantages as for moro advanced students. Arithmetic and tbo common branches taught In tho right way. Drawing, Singing, Ulbl. Handwork, Lessons in Farm and Housohohl Management, eta Free teat books. TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade (fractions Jia compound numbers), Ilrlclcwork, Farm Management, Printing, Woodwork.' Nursing, Dressmaking, Housohold Miangoment. "Learn and Barn." ACADEMY, REGULAR COURSE, 2 years, for those who have large? finished .common branches. The moat practical and interesting studies to fit a young porson for an hcraorablo and useful lite. CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered la this course so that ft young may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home Bcionoe. ACADEMY, COMMERCIAL, 1 year or 2 years to fit for business. Bto s. part of this course, as fall and wlntor terms, Is very profitable. 8maU extra foos. ACADEMY, PREPARATORY, 2, 3 and 4 yoar courses, with Latin, dor man. Algebra, History, Science, etc., fitting for college COLLEGIATE, t yoars, Literary, Scientific and Classical courses, irttb' uso of laboratories, scientific apparatus, and ill modora methods. The Potso In Pursuit Considerable Secured. Booty (lalncsvllle, On. Three? bandits nro reported to bo dead nnd six members of n posso seriously Injured as a re tult of a battle following tho holding up of a Southern railway passenger train, known as tho United States Fast Mall, from New Orleans to New York, near this city. Tho body of ono bandit, with head shot off, has boon found. Posses with bloodhounds oro scour ing tho country for two living bandits Estimates vary as to tho booty sc oured by tho robbers. Tho railway oir.ilals say the bandits got $1,000 nnd overlooked $100,000, hut some of the trainmen assert that the bandits got way with at least $00,000. T1m robbery was ono of tho boldest ever perpetrated in tho south. COST OF CENSUS. Director Bit Durind Renders His Report on Enumeration. highest educational standards. NORMAL, 3 and courses fit for tho profession of teaching. First year, parallel to 8th grade Model Schools, onablcs ono to got ft flrst-cla- j certificate. Following yoars (winter tnd epilog terms) give tho information, culture and training necessary for a truo toochor, and cover branches necer ary for State certificate. MUSIC, Singing (free) Rood Organ, Volco Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may bo taken as an extra in connection with any course. Small extra fees. two-fol- E. Dana Director Danuid has submitted to Secretary NageJ, of tho department of commerce and labor, his report concerning tno operations of tho bureau of the census during tho year 1909-10- . It is shown that the cntlro cost of tho field work on population and ngri culture in contlnentnl United States for tho 13th census was about $.r,855,- 500. In 1900 tho cost was $1,267,394, Washington. Expenses, Regulations, Opening Days. Berea Collego ls not a money-makinInstitution. All tho money received from students ls paid out for their benefit, and the School expands on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year moro be pay In. This great doflcit is mado up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic peopl t who aro supporting Berea In order-thaIt may train young men and womta for lives of usefulness. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from, tho best families and aro earnest to do well and improve. For any who may bo sick tho Collego provides doctor and nurse without extr charge. All except thoso with parents In Beroa live In College buildings, and assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving rrduable training, and getting pay according to tho valuo of their labor. Except In winter it ls expected that all will have a chance to cam a part of their penses. Write to the Secretary beforo coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for olothlng, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different pcoplo. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate- ls tho beC but as students must attend classos regardless of the weather, warm wrap and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes, aro necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umhrollas ana g tn l'w! - Further Complicated. Tho Hondumn revo lutionary situation was further complicated by tho Indictment in the fed eral count of (Jen. Manuel Botillla, pro visional president of Honduas; Gen Lee Christmas, Col. Florlau Davldl and Joseph W. Beor, charged with violat ing tho neutrality laws In connection with tho fllllhustering expedition of tho steamer Hornet-New Orleans. Powder Explosion. Olifthnnt, Pa. Two men were killed and a tiiird probably fatally Injured when an explosion WTOckod tho crownine dopartment of tho Du Pont Powder Co, here. The building and machinery were blown to hlto and it is doubtful wJiotJior the canso of the explosion ever will bo Tho loss la eat!-nata- - - at $25,000. two-Inc- h Former Governor Expires. San Francisco. Former Gov. Win 1'vyno Ixird, of Oregon, died from six-foo- t mio-hai- heart disease'. Ho was "2 years old nnd a native of New Jersey. Ho wns elected governor of Oregon in 189.1, nnd prior to that tlmo was n member "jf tho Oregon supremo court. From 1S99 to 1903 ho was United States mln Ister of Argentina, Prayer for Aviators. London. There wns a serious tnove- rnsnt on foot to ndd tho words "by air" to the prayer In tho Church of England Litany; "That It mny please Theo to preservo all that travel by land or wnter.r Tho suggestion originated with llev. Charles Do Havllland, a Hampshire rector and father of Mr. De Ilavillaud, an aviator. Monaghan Launched. Nowiwri News, Va, Tho torpedo boat dcirtroyed Monaghan was launch ed. The Biwnsor waa Miss Eleanor E. Monaghan, the ister of tho naval En sign John Hcbert Monnglun, of Spo-J.aiM?, Waaa., who lout his HTo In an engagement with tbo Samoans near Apia, April 1, 1899. other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost The College asks no rent for tho flno buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of beddlne and towels. For tablo board, wlthont coffee or extras,. 11.35 a week 1 tho fall, and 11.50 In wlntor. For room, furnlshod, fuel, lights, waal Ins of bedding, 10 cents a week In fall and spring, 60 cents in wlntor. SCHOOL FEES aro two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as- guaranteo tot return of room key, library books, etc. This ls paid but once, and ls roturneij when tho student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to holp on expensos for caro of school bulla. Ings, hospital library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachors all our Instruction is a freo gift). Tho Incidental Fco for mosr students ls $5.0" a term, $C in Academy and Normal, and 97.00 in Collo- -. clato courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fco and room rent bj ' th term, board by tho half term. InsLillmoirts are as follows: - FALL lilodel School S COO CCO Vocational, Normal and Academy S COO Incidental Fee Room Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 14, 1910 Hoard for 7 weeks, due Nov. 2, 1910.. College f 7.04 &.SC 9.45 20.05 9.45 $23.50 $29.00 $ 5.00 6.00 CC0 3.45 $21.05 9.45 $30.50 $30.00 $ 6.00 3.41 J22.0I S.it 31.5t $31.09 Total for term If paid in advance WINTER i Incidental Tee Ilooin Joard, C weeks 15, 1911. 100 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $78.50 $ 5.00 r 6.00 9.00 $21.00 9.00 $30.00 $29.50 $ COO ' $ 7.0f C.Ct 9.C-- two-Inc- Amount due Jan. 4, 1911 Board for C weeks, dtc Feb. Total for term If paid In advance SPRING $22.0 9.01 $31.0B $30.51 $ 7.01 Incidental Fee Iloom Board, 5 Ik-b- Intense Cold In Russia. St. Petersburg. Great Buffering and bcay property losses aro being caused by the cold in Kussla. Thousands of cattle and sheep aro perishing. Wood Is being burned In the streets hero nt Might to keop tho poor from froelng. Noted Artist Passes Away. Washington. William II. Diiokstoin, cr.rntor of arts In the cnpltol, died nt his homo here, aged C'J years. He wn? a noted nrtlst. Ho was a veteran of the civil war and will be buried in Arlington National cemetery. Broke All Recordc. Now York. The epeolal train con veying tSiarles (1., son of John W. Oaks", frcan Yuma, Arizona, to Now i ork, on the last lap of tho trip from Chtcagv to Nw York, 970 mllca, broke all records. Tho distance was covered lu WJ minim. weeks 4.00 6.75 $15.75 C75 $23.5m $23.C0 4.00 6.75 $1C75 8.75 $23.50 123:00 4.0 6.7 a $17.71 C.7S $24.Rr Amount due March 29, 1911 ncard for 5 weeks, due .May 3, 1941.. Total for term If paid In ad vanes REFUNDING. Students who leave by permission bcfoio thn end of a term receive back for money advauccd as follows: (No ni'owance for fraction of a week.) On board, refund In full. On room and ''Special Riienee,M ttcre ls a largo loss occasioned by vacant rooms or deploted classes, and the Institution will mfuna of tho amount which the student ha? paid for tho romalnlns only one-haweeks of tho term. On Incidental Fee, students rsciwed beforo tho nihldlo of a torm will f n certlilcato for the Incidental feo paid, which cortlflcatA wlift be received as cash by Ilerea Collego on payment of torm bills by the In person, or a brother or sister, if presented within four terms. The first day of Fall term Is September H, 1910. lvo one-hal- nt tram-ferrln- g cirt-nld- Fire Loss of $2,000,000. - of tint railway ettition was destroyed by lire. Ninety freight cars were Imrmd. 'I lie malls lu tho structure wcrw savrd. Tho Iota Is pbucd at J?,000O0i. A llauo. portion The first day of Winter term is January 4, 1011. The first day of Sprint; term Is March 23, 1311. Fur ic'onnatirm or friendly advice, write to tho Secretary, WILL C. GAMBLE, liEREA. KENTUCKY, Page Eight. Hottononotonoononoononomonooononononotononoooto THE CITIZEN. causod somo of tho larger boys to leavo school to attend home duties. Our merchants roport a very dull trado on account of hard times. Money U vory scarce and thcro Is no work to earn any. February 33, 1911. vls and his family loft for Illinois tho 15th of this month whore they will mako their home. Mr. and Mrs. Lso Baker visited Mr, And Mrs. Boon Carrlo Baker Gentry last Sunday. vlsltod Miss May Kindred last Wednesday and Thursday. II. Q. Dick-ne- ll sold two buggy horMi for four hundred this woek. FOR 8 ALE OirsXcilANOE Istored rcrchcr-o- n For othor stock, a Stallion, flvo years old, weighs, about 1700 lbs. J. W. Hcrndon, East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else roMiabrd askis tltitd la (oil tjr Mt wilttr. Ite tiire n triJeaet of tooi UHh. Wilte pUlily. It BJt lot puMlctioo, bit He HAS HO SUBSTITUTE eonnpolec GARRARD COUNTY Paint Lick, I'AINT LICK. Feb. 20. Llltlo Ted OflOKOIIOIlOllOltOltOltOKOItOltOltOKOoMOMoXOHOilOMOllOMOMOMOilOllOM Gabbard fell and sprained his knee vory badly last woek. Tom Edan I longing to Jas. Rose, W. A. Ham nnd wird aro going to Villa Grove, FOR REPRESENTATIVE I moml Hockcastlo County visited Illinois. Feb. 22nd. Mrs. IMckard has Wo aro authorized to aunounco tho been qulto III, but Is ablo now to bo candidacy of Dr. J. A. Mahaffey, of v nf(WIIOV UU11U IIUIJIUVI out again. Sidney Crutchcr has movSturgeon, Ky for Representative of ilCU DUifc citizens of Horso Lick and Clover ed to Rockcastjo County.A Mr- tho 71 at district, subject to tho ac Bottom on accounts held by Richard has moved Into tho proper tion of tho nepubllcan party. son and Company agalst them. Tho ty recently vacated by Mr. Crutchcr. amounts run from 45 cents to $44 JACKSON COUNTY Tho Rov. Mr. Cornelius preached DOUIILELICK W. S. Jones' store was broken into, at tho Baptist church last Sunday. Doublellck, Feb. 11. Elisha Isaacs Friday night, and about two hundred Saturday, Fob. 25th, will bo call day of Valley VIow died tho 6th Inst, and dollars worth of goods were taken, in' at tho Wallaccton Baptist church. was brought to tho Hurst graveyard eluding somo United States mall sup- All members aro requested to bo Interment, Ho leaves a wife plies from tho postofflco. The robbers for and soveral children to mourn his aro still at largo. Jack Jones Is very ' ROCKCASTLE COUNTY loss. Miss Nannlo Crulso Intends to low with typhoid fovcr Frank HampnnoNK View ton Is very low with some kind of Bncnd tho summer nt Valley The Boone, Fob. 20. Born to Mr. and with her aunt, Mrs. Mary E. Dough norvous trouble. J. W. Hampton la crty. Mrs. Susan Lunsford has been sick this week. Death visited tho Mrs. 8Lambort on tho 17th, a boy. homo of Tlcasant Hampton last Sun- Mr. and Mrs. J. Wren mado a busi visiting In Berca tho past week. NO ALUM.KQ LiME PHOSPHATE ness trip to Berca ono day last week. Gordon Dean passed hero last week day and took him away. Mr. HampMrs. Geo. Wren Is sick. Tusvlllo huvlnc hoes. Mr. Sparks gavo tho ton had been a Baptist minister for young folks a social, Saturday night many years. Ho leaves a wlfo and Huff has grippe. E. L. Wren of Mor couplo a long nnd happy life. Mr. All report a fine time Miss Stella four children and many friends to gan was In Boone, Saturday. Miss and Mrs. Davis Munday spent Satur Bcttio Poynter and Lyda Lovett were Sparks Is homo from school to spend mourn his loss. day night nnd Sunday with tho lat Berca visitors. Thursday. Mr. and a fow days. LAUREL COUNTY tcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Jack ANNVILLK Mrs. Pal Owens entertained a numIIONI1AM son, of Moto. I. A. Bowman will Mrs. Annvllle, Feb. 17. Mr. and young folks nt their home, Feb. 18. A protracted ber of Bonham, soon havo his new houso completed, H. E. Itadcr aro now citizens of Ann meeting was hold at Plncy Grovo Saturday night. James Grant and James Murray Is visiting his bro- vllle. There aro qulto n number of daughtor, Nellie, were In church last week. Eleven additions 1'lcns Murray, of Clay Co. people hero having mumps and a few were mado to tho church. Tho meet aamraay. Jas. uiunam returned nomo Miss Nnnnlo Lunsford la very sick cases of measles. Mrs. Dr. King a fow days ago after a pleasant vis Blcv Mrs. Joe Tcrrlll Is sick. Mr. and hag been very sick for tho past week ing was conducted by tho Rev. Asher, Dave Ashcr, Toommlo Reams It with his brother near Mulllns Sta Mrs. Jim Gllmoro entertained a num very rapidly. and Is not Improving tion. Clell Young who has been sick Bray. Circuit court ber of their friends and relatives Charley and Elder Davidson who are and old Brother Monday. Silas Is much better. Mrs. C. Moberly Is Sunday, In honor of Mr. Gllmore's attending school here aro visiting will begin at London, sick. Geo. Poynter la school trustee birthday. Miss Proctor Yates began Is progress Godsey from Jackson County was of this district. Talltha Coylo folks. School homo of tho guest of E. Denhnm, Monday. hnr school, Monday, with thirty ing vory nicely. There aro a number Rockford visited relatives here last night. Jacob Aberbart and E. Den- In attendance. Mrs. Felix ond of pupils out for a week on account Saturday and Sunday. J. H. Lam- five lady ham changed farms a few days ago. bert mado a business trip to Mt. Chas. Bowman of Mt. Vernon spent of measles. We have nnother CLAY COUNTY toacher for tho Intermediates who Vernon ono day last week. Mrs. W. last week with I. A. Bowmnn and family. C. F. Parks has n new gaso' vi nr. begin work, Monday. All are will II. Lambert was In Berca ono day Vine, Feb. 16. All tho furmers are last week on business. Geo. Parker lino mill and will now grind every pleased to havo her In tho work as the number of pupils has been too busy gottlng ready for their crops. recently sold his farm to Geo. Wren. Tuesday nnd Friday. Mrs. Mark great for two teachers. Miss Mattle Matt Pennington accidentally cut Mr. Parker contemplates moving to Flanery spent last Saturday with her daughters, Misses Ora and Ethel, to his ankle very badly while trimming Laurel County In a few days. Mcdlock mado a business trip who aro attending tho E. K. S. N Letter Box last Wednesday after- npplo trees, but Is Improving slowoui.axuo Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hudson of Drey noon. Tho Lincoln Literary society ly. B. F. Downey lost about five dolOrlando, Feb. IS. Lee Abney who mot, Thursday night, and had a very lars worth of meat ono night last has been sick so long died last Thurs- fus spent Monday with tho Iatter's nlco program. Albert Moore who has week. Ho thinks tho dogs destroyed day the 16th. Ho was laid to rest parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Powell. been a book agent In Knoxvllle, Tenn., it. Charley Ward who la staying at in tho Abney cemetery and leaves a Misses Eva Lewis and Jessie Young for a number of years and who is Jim Bowman's was called home last wifo and a host of friends to mourn were shopping In Bcrea, Saturday. now traveling salesman for tho week by the Illness of his father, his loss. Tho Citizen's agent was In Mrs. Georgo Moody Is very sick Chapman Drug Co., was calling on John H. Ward. Felix Pennington and his old friends In Annvllle, Saturday family havo gone to Illinois where and Monday. The candy party given they expect to make their future home. by Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. King last Tho Infant child of G. W. Brown night was quite a success ing was seriously burned by falling Tuesday and all report a nice time. Tho Ann-vlll- o In tho fire recently but Is improving Academy had a new bell erectnicely. Hiram Carnctt and wife aro ed this woek which was greatly need- visiting tho former's brother, John ed. Carnett, of Jackson County. Miss "TSZ l'cn-nlngt- . ill Si ri R. R. No. 17 1. Bcrcn, Ky. FARM FOR SALE POWDER Absolutely Pure acres mostly Houso, stable, flno closo to pike, two $300. Terms easy. Citizen office LINCOLN'S under cultivation. spring, good land, miles from Berca. Inqulro at Tho BIRTHDAY, 1911 only baf:fnt powder ntatro trorn Hnyal Grape Croam of Tartar Co.itlnurJ from fourth pgr. '."v'iiher. I nnd nil tho sources of strength ami renowal come, from tho bottom up. not from tho top down. (Applnuso) Tho man Is no friend of tho coun try' who works with regard to thi things that havo been accomplished. Ho Is a friend of tho country who works with regard to making sure that other like things will bo accomplished in tho future, and that can bo dono only by educating tho silent undeveloped In whom tho masses strength of tho nation resides, (Applause) In which all these sources llo hid, from which will como the strcams of Influence nnd of energy nnd of Initiative which will mako us go upwnrd., from goneratnlon to generation. Now. in those llltlo pockets of those splendid mountains llo somo of tho future sources of our strength, there In a sort of sequestered story. au unspoiled stock, stock of tho oiigluul stuff of which America was made, for tho most part. And you have only to touch this source with the magic of a llttlo subscription of money to see the strength Imp forth. Why should a man come anil argue to n body of Intelligent jieopln a free peoplo (AppltuM) and should expect tho noble prooossos o that aro going on at Berca to for us In somo day of critical exigency onothor man like Lincoln Of that unconquernblo stuff of thq, old stock of tho continent and yet touched with tho energy of a Bow ago and with tho vision of a now tlmo and ablo to lend out of old things Into now. Moreover, this Is a Southern enter' prise and because I am a BouthCrncr perhaps I havo n strong prepossession In Its favor, becnuso by enriching the life In tho South, what aro you doing? You are strcngthlng tho life of tho country In that portion of It whore thcro Is pretty sure to bo a reversion to typo. Tho South Is the least changod part of this country, so far as thy maUo-u- p of Its population Is concerned, and that population Is tho portion of our population by which wo have our oldest unaltered connection with our Institutional development. Hero Is tho etralghtcat strain of American political tradition. Do ycu want to enrich that strain or do you not7 You havo hnd your quarrels with tho South, but you at least own that tho South knows how to quarrel, that tho South knows bow to argue Its case nnd that the South stubbornly based Its causo upon what It believed to bo political traditions and with that stubborn political conservatism thcro nevertheless goes the most radical sympathy with the common ordlnnry p?oplo of this coun- try, with whnt I bellovo Is, using n small d and not u ble one. thn real democratic foundation of our ltff. servo I pro-duc- (Applause.) The Jury Box ? TYNKK Tyncr, Feb. 17. The farmers havo been taking advantage of the warm dry weather to plant out their gardens and do their spring plowing. 0. W. Hamilton had a bush cutting tho 16th. The measles aro a thing of tho past in this vicinity. J. C. Mooro is moving his saw mill to Thomas Dunlgan's farm, to cut a boundary of timber into cross ties. R. D. Roynolds sold a three year old mule for $200. W. M. Rader sold to Jim Ray a young saddle horse for $100. The Rev. Ewen Dunlgan of Pebworth, was visiting In this vicinity tho past week. Mr. George Nantz of Daker City, Oregon, was hero this week after his threo children. They expect to return homo soon. Mrs. Arminla Mooro is expected home in a few days. L. C. Mooro and John Simpson purchased a farm from old uncle John Barrett on Devil Den creek for $200. Cattle aro scarce and bringing top prices. On account of the warm winter, the growing wheat crop is looking very promising. Mjss Kay Mooro has gone to East Bcrnstndt to stay two months with hor cousin, Mrs. Fannlo son. N Annie Clark is attending the subscrlp tion school at Sextons Creek. Rcgu lar meeting will bo held hero next Sunday. Everybody is expecting a nlco sermon from their now preacher. tho Rev. Anderson Caudill, of Laurel County. Charley Ferguson left last Monday for Cincinnati, Ohio. Henry Cartor returned from tho army, Feb. nd. He Is now visiting his brother. Charley Carter, of Cincinnati, Ohio. Willie Murray and Nellie Grimes visited tho Iatter's Bister, Mrs. Hen ry Ferguson, lost Saturday. SEXTONS CIIKKK "This box contains a man of witt; man of sense, a man not fit; A mar of strength, a man of place; A man devoid of every grace; A man of rank, a man of none; A ' . a ...a.. .w.uUl some degree of training cannot enter the lists of modern competition and succeed unless ho bo gifted with a singular and unusual genius. And what you are seeking to do In helping Ile- rea Is to relcahe fores which llu there Imaginative, and yet sober, locked up In tho hearts of an old stock which has been s t apart In places where the mind broods. You know that many of these peoplo como ui iltUUUMIIPIl BLOCK, l HIOCK WlllCU I like to praise becuaso In praising them-si- nce that this Is desirable? There Is another thing which I won der If you have Uiought of. There are forces lying thcro which cannot In nny I I nftinaa tvt.f.. I " .... 1... '""""""" frontier and yet It Is an Interior. It Is ns It the llfo of tho country had surrounded Its frontier and left an unaltered strip of It running along this 'const. What Is tho characteris tic of thn frontier? Until 1830 th L nnd ,nt 'you kmm. ,hnl num) Blul)bornly Umn nny other ()art of tho country t h(u been itorslstcntly democratic No I do not know whether you want to sub- scrlbii to Increase the strength of democracy or not (Laughter and but I would commend It to you ns a hopeful enterprise. (Laugh ter and applause.) And 1 can guarantee t to you, I think, that If you will strengthen tho democracy that will come "out of tho mountains you wilt lie again renewing tho sourofo tf our political life, because I do not I know where else you will find ..trnlghter tradition, hading yon back jto tho origin of our liberty. Them la one singular feaviro about tho remote Southern mountains, from which Beroa draws her students. 11 has all the characteristics of the c) Y...i i..nW nf t.n trniUUonM wcrc, nrMtocrnl,c k,ih . if i.. t4ty a II a ttl n lr lira nn 1 utn . aWln A .man who'd rather be at home; A man of luck, a .man of taste; A man who would his country waste: These men when sworn, a jury make, To clean up many a mistake." Simp- CLOVER BOTTOM. Clover Bottom, Feb. 19. Our friend und neighbor, E. B. Isaacs, who let? here a few years ago to make his homo near Valley View, Ky was brought back dead and laid to rest In tho Hurst grave yard on Clover Bottom. Ho leaves a wifo and several children and n host of friends to mourn his loss. Tho now fever known as tho Illinois fever Is still raging In this vicinity and before tho week Is out will take quite a number of our best citizens to tho happy (arming lands of Illinois. Major Cruso and family who have been staying at tho "former's mothern-law's- , Mrs. Harris, near Silver Creek church In Madison County for qulto a while, havo returned homo. Born to Mr. und Mrs. Grovor Drew, a flno boy. S. A. Englo, J. 1'., held his court Branch school houso the ISth Inst, und disposed of quite a number of cases. Tho most Important ones, Joe Johnson against Jas. Garrett, a suit over u dog, vordlct for Garrett. Henry Isaacs against Itlco Isaacs, attachment verdict for Henry Isaacs. G. J. Wild against Sid VanWInkle, suit for damagos to hogs for $60, verdict, each party pay half tho cost. James Rose warranted about twenty of tho citizens of Tine Grove and vicinity In Squire Englo's court, Saturday, on small debts. Ho aUo swore out a felony warrant against Thomas M. Rose and Albert M. Powell charging them with cutting timber bo- - Bales made a business this vicinity, Thursday, In tho interest. Mrs, J. 6f Tho Citizen. II. L. Smith has been trip to Richmond, Saturday. Mrs. sick this week. Mrs. Rosa Beaslcy Rose Turley was shopping In Bcrea, spent the day with Miss M. T. Wednesday. NII.VF.K CKK.CK Singleton, Wednesday. Tho Prayer Silver Creek, Feb. 20. The Misses service at tno unnpci conuucieu, uy Mrs. Owens Is doing well. Sunday Emma 'Barnes and Flora Harrlbon, visited friends was regular church day at Maple both of Richmond, Grove, conducted by (he Rev. D. and relatives hero tho past week. Parker. lien Ballard was here recent Put Gadd and family havo moved to ly. Mail Anderson who has been In tho Lyman Burnell place near Harts. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Combs havo nuiiNi.Mi sruiNds Indiana for somo tlmu Is back again. Miss Martlsha Singleton has been returned homo after a long visit with Burning Springs, Feb. 17. Tho Mo- then,' meeting held, In the Chapel of very sick tho past month with throat their parents In Juckson County. Nuws hus reached hero that Jason our school building, was well at trouble. VanWInkle, of Harts, 'ami Miss Ettu OWSLEY COUNTY tended, today. Tho school children Dougherty, of Roblnet, were quietly sang .many beautiful songs at Its TKAVKI.I.KKH II F.ST fow days ago. Wo married some oiKiiilng. Then tho Misses Powell and Travelers Rest, Feb. 17. Stave mak wish them much Joy in tho future. Haagen gavo suggestions as to tho ing and hauling Is all tho go horn needs of our boys and girls. There now. Robert Botuer- - returned from John Jones and wlfo havo moved to the place belonging 'to Ben Gay, on 111 soon bo a room fitted up where an extended tour In tho north, tho they can sjM'Hd evenings, reading, 7th. Ho is now planning to go into Blue Lick. Joe, the llttlo son of Mr. playing games and other healthful tho wholesale poultry business. 1). Very and Mrs. Uohu W. Johnson, Is sick. Joo Lewis sold to B. ,8. amusements instead of being out on II. Wilson has been visiting friend Tcrrlll a fine bunch of hogs for 814 tho Btreets. Thcro will bo an educu-tlonat Quicksand. Drv J. I). Herd was meeting held at tho same placo In town, Sunday. There Is a rumor cents per pound. Miss Ella E. Lake next Friday evening to talk over that ho will bo a candidate for tho has returned homo after a week's stay with her brother and slster-ln-laplans for next year's school work nomination for Representative from .Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Lako. All residing In tho district aro urg- this district, subject to thu action ed to attend this Important (netting. of tho Republican party. Tho peo- - Messrs. Jack and Burt Johnson of James Tankcrsley's wife and son, ple could make no better choice than Paint Lick are with friends and rel Carter, havo returned from Hamil- Mr. Herd. J. F. Herd Is sick. There atives this week. ton and aro visiting at tho homo of is much ESTILL COUNTY talk among the old Civil LOCUST IIKANC1I Dr. llornsby. Their son Robert, nnd, War veterans In regard to tho Sullo-wa- y locust Brunch, Feb. 18. Tho Rev. wife, who havo been residing in pension bill which Is before tho Lunsford filled his regular appointHamilton, havo returned to locate Senate now. ment at Beaver Pond church last hero. Tho widow of tho lato Thos. MADISON COUNTY Saturday and Sunday. Price Reeves Jones of this placo Is visiting her KINH.STON , and his sister, Mattle, were tho guests sister, Mrs. Stephen Clarkston. Kingston, Feb. 20. Whit Moody of Florence Coylo, Saturday and San-daGeo. Baker assisted tho sheriff in Tho farmers hero are sowing taking prisoners to Frankfort this and Miss Ella Ballard wera married In Richmond, Fob. 11th, by tho oats and gruss, and plowing In preweek. Ho will visit relatives at Midway during tho trip. Lloyd Begley, Rev. McDouglo. Wo wish tho young paration for spring crops. Beo Reo- ono of Berca's former BtudentB, called on our merchants this week. Ho Is now a successful drummer. Mr. Thos. Rawlings, a rovenuo officer. Is Tombstones and Corner for lots coll upon nt homo at present on account of Illness but is rapidly recovering. The I Have No Agents early opening of spring work has nor Partners ul y. Soxtons Creek, Feb. 17. Most cases of tho mumps of this community are about well. School Is progressing nicely hero with S. S. Wolfo as teach er. W. N. Burch and family returned from near Gray Hawk, Wednesday, where they have been visiting II. Edwards and family. R. H. Bowman returned last Sunday from Cincinnati and Louisville where he has been on business. Blcvlns Hudson had a working and quilting, Wednesday. .Miss Adeline Burch is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. H. Ed wards, near Gray Hawk, Jackson Co., Hi 1b week. OR FINE MONUMENTS Posts S. McGuire, Berea, Ky. l Af- am praising myself by proxy (laugh-- 1 1 ter). This stock, n iortlon of it "' Gold had been discovered In Clllong ngo wandered Into tho hills, and fornla great populations hurried to thn Pacific Const, but thcro wok mado Its way up those quiet nnd so questered valleys, and has remained still, until lS'JO, an unchartered atrip between us and tho Rockies, which there ever since, unsiKilled, untouch constituted our Western frontier. u. uncnangeu. Tlicy nre a very Until twenty years ago therefore imaginative people, how could It tho most characteristic part of the bo otherwlso? How could tho Imagln auon, now comu llio soul of man life of this country was that Its enfall to bo touched by those elevat- - ergies always had an outlet on a amI that th( frontier was the I ng surroundings whero tho air it- seir seems suffused with Imaginative piaco wnere lis energies and tested themselves, bncauso on color, where It heems impossible that a man should bo there and not a frontier there Is nohlng to rely think In Images, in Images of tho ma- on except your own wltn. Thero nre jesty of nature, of tho might and no finished institutions (or you, there majesty of God himself, whero all nre no facilities of life you have nature Is arrayed to quiet tho got (o make everything you use, and thought ami yet to stimulate It. But raise everything you eat and organwhile thn thought Is stimulated, it ize everything that you undertake, Is Scotch-Iris- h thought, and there- nml the rank and fllo have to bo fore It Is sober, stubliorn thought. It drawu Into these vital processes' of political renewal. That Is tho charIs not thought that leaps easily Into new channels. On the contrary, It acter of a frontier and It was that character thnt kept us vital, and left Is thought that comes conservatively In tho old roads, in the old ways the West to tills day the most characteristic and Amerlcnn part of Ameri of (nought, touched, no doubt. I link, with color, but touched with ca, (Applause) the part of JVmorlca very sober Quaker color. Now. which constantly has to remind us ou nrv asked to relenso this, to that thero aro a lot of things to lie lease the mind that broods there. done jet. (Applause). Very well, pou tho modern field of endeavor, of hero Is, ho to say, an unused cistern sharp, hot, cumtietUlvn endeavor. Jf out of which wo can draw In "our own liiimedlato neighborhood I were to choose ngnln u man to In the eiiegry, the Initiative, tho versatile ject Into modern American life. ould take somo man who in his adaptability that ran Imi mado upon youth hnd had tlmo to think. (Ap- - n frontier. Here Is our Interior frontier, nnd hero aro these pmuse.) A man who had spent his boyhood In some quiet covert, where Immediate contacts, Just next our It Is posslhlo for tho mind to In- - doors, with the necessities and pres dulgo In what most Americans novjr Hiires of nature. Do you wonder then Indulgo In, thnt Is to saj', reverie, that a great spirit enters into men contemplation, thoso silent processes like Dr. Frost, that obliges them to of tho mind by which tho Impress- steud themselves until thero Is hardions of life penetrnto and saturate, so ly anything left In them except the that never nfterwurds ho ran stand will that originated thn wholo thing In a position whero life Is u re- to serve this consummate purpose? trogression, but nlwuys u movement Do you need to bo detained to be told forward, where ho can nlwuyH look that this is an Interesting thing to back and sen the Image or the quiet do? Can you think of anything more home, und tho ploddlnc of tho duy'B Interesting or promising upon which work, of thn simple iirfd htimblu folk to Bieud your resources, and can you from whom ho sprung. No matter think of uny resources that will ex how much brilliant movement thero ceed the Interest and the necoasltyT muy Ixt to tho foreground, It never I am sorry that I havo only my overshadows tho background upon tongue to lend to this entorprlso. 1 which tho brilliancy shines forth. wish that I hud tho lirlvlleeu whlrh Theso men, llko Lincoln, to whom Dr. 1 duro say a great many mon In Frost so suitably refers, these men this uudlenco might cxerclso of lend llko Lincoln, will never forget tho ing the slnowa of war, of contributfeeling or shako off tho prepossess- ing money, and bo Joining tho patriciate the only patriciate of America, ions of tho common folk.1 Now a man who has not these of those men who sorvo their coun prepossessions Is not fit to lead or try, (Great applause.) , come" UoZ I hit If," . Ik tro,l'r' 1 pro-serv-