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L Smltrtd at tU at Herra, A'y., o MVnii eUut Devoted to ttx& Interests of tlie Mountain People Fivo cents n copy, BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAItCII '2, The Citizen 1011 Knowledge is power tad the way to keep up with modem knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XII. One Dollar a year. No. 0 W.L.Douglas Shoes 2.o, $3.50, and $4.00 shoes THE EXTRA SESSION An uxtrnsesslou of Congress nowHoems ncortniuty. Dispatches t, from Washington state that the relying on tho failure of Congress tp ennct tho legislation tho co lit) try demand, litis even ee lectod tho date. April 4th is tho timo annotuiced. And what tlocn an. oxlrn session mean? All it means no one. can toll, but tliero aro a few tilings that nro patent to evory ono. In tho first plnco it will menu Hint tho Republicans Imvo lost tho greatest opportunity over Recorded n party to do tho country a great service an opportunity doubly potent in Hint it was' tho party's chance to regain in a largo measure tho popular confidence as woll. Hut it moans much more. It was not enough that tho party should forgot its platform and fail in Uio revision of the tariff. It menus, or will mean, that tho Republican party, a Republican has failed in two other respects in the same line, thus refus ing to respond to tho demand of tho times and wedding itself to tho past it has blocked the passago of the nieasuro providing for a permanent Tariff Board, nnd it has repudiated tho principlo of reciprocity of which it has boon tho chief advocate. It means that tho Republican party is still for n high protective tariff. It is tho party of the rich of the interests and its future hangs upon n single hope. It is that hope nnd that alone that has given it the uerve to stand in the way of every progressive measuro that has been proposed for its consideration. It is that that enables it to thwart the President nnd tho popular will the hope that, in throning the responsibility upon tho Democratic House of tho next congress, taking it suddenly unprepared, Republicanism will profit by its mistnkes bo returned to poweron the wave of its unpopularity. That is politics at Washington. Is it patriotism? Thoro aro just two redeeming features tho President, and the I're-idenCon-gross, 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 partment draw 4 compound interest. One dollar or more will open an account. FOR MEN W. L. Douglns Shoes cost more to make than ordinary Shoes, because higher grade leathers are used and selected with greater care, every detail in the making is watched over by the most skilled shoemakers in this country. These are the reasons why Douglas Shoes are guaranteed to look and fit better and wear longer than any other $3.50 or $4.00 shoes you can buy. Our Spring Stock is now open, them in all styles and leathers. Berea Bank & Trust Co. , We have Strong Defense for Berea The Blame for Berea's Criminal Record Rests Neither upon the Churches nor Schools All Honor to Heroes who Have been Instrumental in Community's Redemption Citizen's Editorial of last week Highly Commended. Letter from J. W. VanWinkle. Kdltor Derea Citizen: Will you kindly grant mo a little space In your columns to say, as a ciUzcn of ,Berea for over 30 yeaH, .vhat 1 know about murder In Beiva and vicinity and tho cause. It should not be a matter of acrid recrimination as between Madison and Breathitt County, nor any other section of tho state. Our record, our notoriety, I should say, for bloodshed all over tho state should bo a cauae for profound stiamo, and an earnest by Blnccro effort should be mado evory good citizen to eliminate tho cause. Berea and vicinity prior to tha leglnnlng of the Civil War waa a very wild, and disorderly community. Sparsely settled and with but .MJlu in Bchools and churches, Interest peoplo In this 'section, and in counties adjoining, mndo tho "Big Glade," "Specie Creek," "Boozing Plains" and "Possum Kingdom" words of reproach among more orderly citizens living adjacent to this territory. Thero wero "resorts," In thoso places em- Insurgents. LINCOLN'S FIRST INAUGURAL The Largest Stock of Men's Shoes IN BEREA R.R.C0YLE OWN NEWS OF THE WEEK IN OUR Magnates to Fortify Canal of the N. Y. SenaDemocrats to Out Chaoi In Congress. Railway STATE Saturday, March 4th, will bo tho fiftieth anniversary of Lincoln's first inaugural and in commemorating that event and in for tho lifo of tho greatest of all Americans no repeat on pago (J some matter that wo ran in a former issue and publish a "Lincoln poem written by Mrs. Howe on pago 8. How wo should like to review the strife, the turmoil, the frenzy of tht) time, nnd how we should like to picture the calmness, the patience, the level headedne's of the untried President in contrast. Hut we must let a few lines suffice Lincoln's own words, his closing plea for peace and his prophecy a prophecy which has long grat-itudo ' ago been fulfilled: 1 am loath to clotc, We arc not enemies, but frivndt. We must not be enemlen. Though pntiion may have trained it must not break our bonds of affection. The mystic chords of memory, stretching from every battlefield and patriot grave to every living heart and hearth. stone all over this broad land, will yet swell the choni of (he Union when again touched, as surely they will be, by the better angels of our nature. Conference of Houm Vote Shephard out torial Contt line Program Night Rider Outrages Begin Gifts to Middlesboro's School Children Orandeis a Kentuckian Mayo tor Senate Head Withdraws Bradley Declines - Fires. AT IT KARLY It looks an If tho prophets of evil hud struck It truo In tholr predictions as to night rider trouble. A house rented by n farmer, near Sharpsburg, who had declared, his Intention cf putting out a tobacco crop this yenr was blown up by dynamite this week, and other farmers received threatening letters warning them to stop Mining seed. A GOOD 11 K N K KA CT1 0 N Knell of tho H25 school children of Mlddlcsboro, whoro tho only postal havings bank In tho statu Is located, had n small sum deposited to his RAILROAD CONKBRJ3NCB A confercnco of the chlufs of ttw great railway systems of tho country wan hold In Now York, Monday, fho object of the meeting was to dlcBEa tbft iccut Interstate comHicrey rale I'cclslon refusing tho proposed lines. The fact Increase on Intei-statthat the dcciMou did not call for any reduction forestalled, bitter criticisms, but tho claim 1b made that tho roads will bo greatly limited now In their improvements and extensions owing to tho want of capital, nnd a general slump In business activities is predicted. IN -- BEREA'S DEFENSE Those who read tho editorial in last week's issue of The Citizen in a contribution to $ie subject from the pin nf former resident of jWen. Mr. J. W. VanWinkle, Mr. VnnWinkle refutes the insinuation that the reputed criminality of Berea is in any sense due lo any teaching by tho churches or tho college or to tho fact that it is a local option community, praises the heroes who have made it tvbntst is in spite of the fearful mlds, and acquits tho town and tho college of any responsibility in the failure of the courts to convict those accused of'crime. And ho usks some questions that every citizen, nnd especially every office holder should ponder. It is interesting reading. nil I, he. interested ALL EYES ON RICHMOND Friday is the local option election in Richmond mid all eyes are turned that way. Yes, till Eastern Kentucky, and why ? Hero is one reason. Kichmoud is the seat of the E. K. S. N. S. which invites the young men and young women of the mountains to its halls of instruction. And this institution is justly claimed The question then is, Will the' to be tho little city's greatest municipality permit the establishing within its borders of another institution that counteracts and vitiates the work of the school? We refuse to believe that Richmond nil! sny to the youth of tbo mountains, "We wunt you to come to our school but at the same timo wo are going to put the worst of till temptations in your path, with the certainty that, while wo aro attempting to educate all, we shall forever destroy a largo numlnjr." Witness tho spectacle of Lexington. Tho mayor calling upon the president of the Statu University to keep the boys away from the saloons and declaring that, if he does uot, they will be put in jail. Why do not the Mayor ami the city take the saloons away front the boys or ask that the College be removed? Does Richmond covet the same simmer No. The arguments are all on the temperance side and they are being effectively put. Who could vote for whiskey in the face of tho facts from Woods' pon as published in tho Climax yesterday? o't-tt- . PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for hides, furs, butter, eggs and chickens FKKSU FISH KVEHY THURSDAY Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. CANAL TO IIB FORT1F1KI) bracing a territory contained within a radius of three and a halt mlbs of Derea which, thanks to tho cduca-tlv- o forces, found In Berea, havo long since dlt:.?ea:ed. Nono but citizens fifty years old ran realize what the state of society was when John G. Fee, J. A. R. Rogers and th) godly men and women associated with them, for the love of Rod and their fellow men, gavo up tho comforts of homo and homo lifo to which they had been accustomed to settle on a huckleberry rldso overlooking tho "Big Glade," and shed tho light of tho Gospel of Jesus Christ on this benighted region . U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. or her credit last week by a wealthy citizen of tho town, Mr. J. II. Hurt l.'tt. Mr. Ilartlett thinks that his gift will cultivate thu habit of savlug mi the part of tho children, and, If H does, the boneflt of his gift cannot lie estimated In dollars nnd cents. WHO IS IIRANDBIS? It was Urandels who camo commie- uoiiHly Into light In tho Italllnger- 1'lnchot Investigation; it wns Uranmeasure. dels that told tho railroad comnaiile TUB llKTl'KR .MAN QUITS that they could make millions tho In the Houatorial contest of tin i educing rates, if they would only Now York LoylHfutiiiv, there In still oporato upon a buslncss-llk- o and i.o break, although .Mr. 8hephapl, economic basis, Urandels called a the favurito of thu Insurgents, lias young attorney and an by withdrawn IiIh name. An effort has some, especially by thu railroads. lieen made to get Sir. Murphy, Tammany's bead, to call off his ina-i- , Hhwban, but hu has so far refused, ami It Is feared that New York will have only ono Representative In thu iJppcr IIouoc when tho extra session convenes on April 1th, If It dos Tammany Is Hhowlng Its hand up-sta- rt con-ven- o. After n long debate tho House of Representatives voted overwhelming iy last week In favor of fortlfyln tho Panama Camtl and appropriate! three million dollars to begin the work. Twelve' millions Is tho sum estimated to hu mcesinry to complete It Is believed tho fortifications. that the Senate will concur in this Their efforts and teaching and liut on tho strength of hlv contention mid duo to litn representations, jn part, tho Interstate commerce com- refused tbo application if the railroad companies to bo permit- - wicrlflco wero Inspired by tho eternal principle of tho Fatherhood of God, and Brotherhood of man. With tho conviction of this truth they consistently preached and taught a gospel of love, and friendship and practical helpfulness to tho despised poor Hack as well as whlto. No ono l'i Kentucky had ever dared to tea.-as they believed and taught, em.tod to establish higher rates. Hut who bracing tho doctrine of Is IlniiidelsT A Kentuckian born In and the right of tin I Louisville, u graduate, of, tho black man to rocelvo equal advanj ''Uio High School and a graduate of tages In tho race for llfo In matters 'tho Harvard Law School. of education. 'Continued on fifth pge. This doctrlno had the effect on h antl-castanti-slaver- y, Loula-missi- tho' surrounding neighborhood that shaking a red rag would have on an Infuriated bull. Tho result was that for many years "Berea" was a stench in tho nostrils of many and a by word and reproach. Its citizens wero ostracized, and tho violent, turbulent sentiment of the county sought to drlvo out tho citizens and break up tho community by mob violence. Private property was destroyed and many of tho leading citizens bad to take refuge north of the Ohio River. Tho close of tho war found tho social conditions in a stato of chaos. During tho war civil law became subordinate to inartlal law with the tur bulent lawless clement dominant. With this condlUon of affairs or Berea could trust only citizen In the God of Hosts 'for urotectlon. They did so, and despite mallco and mob violence Berea stands todnv in Its citizenship, Its municipal govern ment, its educational institutions, thanks to God and tho "Yankee n living monument to the men nnd wo men who havo and are giving their lives to Uio causo of God and humanity. The Citizen without passing without a formal indictment, without condoning murder, or apologizing for our short comings has dispassionately asked some questions that are well worth carefui study and rerlous consideration. Tho municipality of Berea has no Jurisdiction In tho final trial of felony cases. It has nothing to do In the selection and impaneling of grand and petit Juries. !t does not furnish any of the legal talent employed to prosecute or defend criminals; hence It cannot be charged with tho resiionslblllty of tho acquittal of persons charged with felony "murder," In view of tills truth wo resent ns n foul slander the insinuation that Berea as a municipality with a "College, plenty of churches and Lo-tOption," has In tho remotest degree promoted or fostered murder, or. In any sense, is responslblo for the jud-monl Continued on fifth A I'a-- e $50,000 HAND In great style. HOUSE CLEANING Tho owner of thu hand bdowii tibove which Is Insured for $30,000 will use it In tho Chapel, Saturday night, to bring wonderful music out of his $13,000 violin. You can not ufford to miss a $50, 000 hand working on u $13,000 violin when it costs but CO cents to see and hear the combination at work. TO OUTIilNB PROGRAM In anticipation of thu extra session of Congress, a meeting of the Demo cratic mumbers is announced for Monday, tho Ctli, to outline tho work of tho session. Committees will bo selected and tho policy as to tariff revision discussed. Thu Speaker to be, Mr. Clark, announces that ho has no fear of tho passage of Uio reciprocity measure by. the new Congress. Thu respite of ono month from lilt will bo March 4th to April little enough 1 mo to get things in hand, but It will bo welcomed. LEGISLATIVE CHAOS With throe days and a half of thu session remaining, Congress in both branches finds Itself bo overwhelm- - d 1 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 who 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. WELCH'S and "Save the Difference." t Cuntlnunl on fifth page Page Two THE CITIZEN PEACE OVERTURES SCENE OF THREATENED WAR March 2, 1911 The Citizen A family BRIGHTER HER newrpiper for all that It right true and interct ting. ThurMajr flncorperatiO) God Uses Pain to aaMkhHl at IVorra, Kjr. AREJlECEIiED Gen, Orozco Offers if Mere Seasonable Temperature Cause Refine Humanity By DR. HAROLD Detter Feelings In Dullness fATTUON BEREA PUBLISHING CO. Circles. J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. Surrender 31 Co.'s WeekNow York. H. G. Dun ly Ilovlew of Trade said: Though progress towanl normal conditions of business activity Is slow It Is steady. In this progress tho Iron ind steel trade Is taking tho lead, and Its gain Is so notable as to promise well for tho other branches of Industry. Tho percentage of production to capacity Is continually Increasing nnd the evidences of expansion, not only In finished products, but In pig Iron, mul. llply In such a way as to have a favorsentiment. able effect on bjslness In Dry Goods. In tho dry goods trade, while tho expansion Is not so pronounced an In Iron and steel, nr.d while conservatism aa tho result of tho high costs Of FtmX, Mlu. Subscription Rates rAYABI-B Granted Immunity IN ADTANCE. ltf'1 S e Or year Hit Months Thru) Months W MEXICAN OFFICIALS MAKE DENIAL or Express Send rowwy by Pot-nfllor Money OnUT, Draft, Ilctrlstnml one and two omt statin. your run on latx-- I at Th bcwa to what Vui your utterlpUem It tHiid. If it M not tSungnl wtthln tluw aftrr renewal notify ui. nuppllod Mkwfng rrumb-will be gUvlly IT w are notified. I"ln pmmJumii dvop, with nw for uid jirornpt renowalf, Premium UberaJ torm rrlvrei lo any one who obfor u. Any one tain new wibscrtit-Bcndlrjj di four yearly striwcrlntKMW can reodve Tto Cltlxoi treo for bJrncJf for en year. Adverllslnc rotes on arrpHcatton. atr ni wki Hostilities Still Continue and Rebels Say What They Are Going to Do. They Steal Dynamite Make Further Beasts. Mexico City. Kl Pals, an Independent dally of this city, printed a dispatch from Chihuahua to tho effect that a report wns current that Pas-qufiasco before Orozco, whose Juarez was said lo have cost him his post as chief of tho rebel forces at tho hands of Madero and the junta dlrectlva, Is anxious to mako peace with tho authorities at Chihuahua. Under protection of a flag of truce and at the head of a largo band of lnsumcctos, Orozco was said to bo proGov. Ahumada, Iit. MBMBEH OF Map Showing Where Russia Is Making a Demonstration Against China. ceeding to Chihuahua for a parley with KKMTUCTCT PIUXW ASSOCIATION. RATIFY JAP TWO-HOU- TREATY PACT )? TO SENATE li uuci In France tho other day. duellists was hurt. All euiuu.uibui; a iu..KUt One of the Chicago li the Bern center of the world, but there la such a thing ai wearing too many. Bafeball bids fair to girdle the globe. Tho Japs and the Cubans arc taking kindly to It. One nan's attempt at suicide Is atIf tributed to too much housework. this a sign of the times? Wo are told that an Illinois women has put an end to herself by jumping Into a cistern. Well, well! What do yon think of a hen that laid 4,000 eggs in 22 years and never brooded? Can you boat It? Tho bouso cat carries germs Indoors and Indulges out of doors in an excess of vocal expression. Florida has a bride seventy-eigyears old. And yet there are women of forty who have given up hope. ht Washington. Dr. Vanquez Gcftr.cz, head of tho confidential agency here revolutionists, anof the Mexican nounced that ho indirectly had received overtures for peace from the federal government. Dr. Gomez was for a long time tho physician of President Diaz, and was In tho last election candidate for vice president of Mexico on the same ticket as Francisco I. Madero, the candidate for president. Torreon. Mariana lopez, chief of a band of rebels said to number 200 or more, who destroyed three bridges on tho Mexican Central near Jlmulco, Is said to havo boasted that he would tic up tho railroad below Torreon as It has been tied up north of Chihuahua, and that his present plan was to march upon Torreon on March 1. Tho rebels robbed a mine near Jlmmulco, getting a quantity of dynamite. Mexico. A categorical denial statement contained in Dr. Gomez's announcement was mado 'by IJeuU- - Col. Porflrio Diaz, Jr., rhief of tho presidential etaff. Similar refutation was mado by Minister of Foreign delations Enrico C. Creel. CONSENATE AFTER SIDERATION VOTE TO CONFIRM NEW CONVENTION. COMMITTEE REPORT M'CALL BILL WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. No Amendments Adopted In Measure Is Submitted Exact Form as Passed by House. UCHIDA MAKES A STATEMENT Washington. The senate finance committee ordered tho McCall bill to carry out the Canadian reciprocity agreement reported to tho senato without recommendation. Tho vote against a recommendation was T to C. Seemingly authentic Information has It that Senator Aldrlch will arrive In Washington Monday to help secure sanction for reciprocity. The senators who stand opposed say that If Mr. Aldrlch is coming he Is coming too late. The friends of the measure express hope that the Aldrlch help will avail to secure a vote. Tho action of the finance committee In ordering tho McCall bill reported without recommendation came after two votes had ben taken on propositions to tnako recommendations on the bill and each bad failed by a margin of one. There was only one course open to tho committee If the pledge to lresldent Tnft not to smother the bill was to bo kept. That was to return the bill to the senato without advice, and this motion was at once submitted by Acting ChairIt carried unan Durrows. man Japanete Ambassador Gives Written Assurance That His Government Will Maintain Present Regulations Regarding Emigration of Coolies. A New York publisher tells us that poor music sells best. So we should judge from the music wo hear these days. That proposed half cent coin would be about right for most of tho things you get by dropping a 1 cent coin In tho slot. t Now York is to have a story building. Tenants on the top floor will bo reasonably safe from flfty-elgb- porch climbers. A new play in New York Is called "Dought and Paid For." However, many a writer of vaudeville sketches has no such luck. A Chicago man was shot for stepping on another's corn. Anybody who has ever nursed a pet corn will call it justifiable homicide. A London man who. as a contributor to Punch has just died, leaving a fortune of $6,000,000. --,nd well bet bis Jokes weren't north it. We are told that there will be no babies In these United States after tho ear 2020. Another reason for protecting our Infant Industries. During tho last 34 years, says an eastern paper, wo bavo lost $5,000,000.-00by Are. Even at that old "lnado-quatwater supply" is still doing business. 0 o Irr.utek, tho capital of Siberia, Is described as tho wickedest city In the It Is now up to New York, world. Chicago and Pittsburg to renew their efforts. $200,000 Aviator Paulhau, who has made out of his aeroplane, says he Is going to retire from the game. Thin looks to us llko knowing exactly when to quit. Curing paralysis by artificially In fluclng fever reminds one of the In gcnlous practitioner who always threw bis patients into fits and then turod tho fits. It Is bad enough to bo a deaf mute, out when ono so afflicted Is sued for lander, It Is carrying tho thing too far. Somo persons evidently "Just can't mttko their hand behave." Pupils at Wellesley must learn how to spoil before they aro allowed to rraduato. It may bo a good lnnova lion, but no fear thnt It will detract rum tho quality of Wellesley fudg. Washington. Tho new Japan treaty was ratified Friday by the senato on the understanding that Japan will not Impose coolies on tho United States. Tbo objection to tho convention has consistently been that it did not throw sufficient safeguards around the Immigration of Japaneso to tho United States. Opposition was made to It by the people of California, and by their state legislature and by the people of the Pacific states generally. President Taft personally pushed tho ratification of the treaty by his assurances to the governor of California that the question of Immigra' tion was effectively covered by the which appears Japanese declaration, FEDERATION FOUNDER DEAD. above and which has been declared and sufWriter Succumbed to tho treaty's efficiency ficiency. Wounds Received Under Garibaldi. The treaty was taken up for tho Washington. Tho death of Hugh third time In the senate and after two McGregor removes a founder of the hours' discussion was ratified. Mr. The western senators who had American Federation of Labor. opposed tho treaty, reluctMcGregor was tho first secretary of tho federation, and hold that offlco antly voted for It, It Is understood, for a number of years. Ho was also while not surrendering any of their magazlno writer on opinions that gravo consequences a might ensue from this peculiar docutrades union matters. Mr. McGregor was born In London. ment. The sole basis for the belief that England, in 1841. In his early llfo ho He organized Immigration Is safeguarded Is tho folworked as a Jeweler. tho Jewelera" union in botlt England lowing personal statement for his govand America, and was the inspiration ernment of Haron Uchtda. "in proceeding this day to the sigof tlio Reform league In Kngland. Tho Reform league was composed of vari- nature of the treaty of commerce and ous trades unions, and four of Its mem-her- e navigation between Japan and the were afterward elected to the United States, the undersigned Japanese ambassador In Washington duly house of commons. During his 40 years In trades union authorized by his government, has work Mr. McGregor was the organizer tho honor to declare that tho Imperial of 'many trades unions and societies, Japanese government aro fully pretho principal ono being tho Workmen's pared to maintain with equal effectiveness the limitation and control Institute association. which Tho cause of Mr. McGregor's death years they havo for tho past three exercised In regulation of the is attributed to old battle wounds, which ho received when fighting under emigration of laborers to tho United States. Garibaldi, in Italy. (Signed) "Y. UCHIDA." This was deemed sufficient certain"SICK OF IT ALL." ty by tho president nnd the stnte department and the president was Cabinet Resigned Vote of French In bis efforts to Impress tho CaliGreatly Reduced. Confidence fornia legislature with his view of tbo treaty's efficiency and sufficiency. Paris. Deeply angered by alleged Although the text of the treaty has lack of appreciation of tholr services, been published the Injunction of Premier Uriand and tho members of has not been removed and so his cabinet resigned. s far as the senato Is considered It The baro majority of 1C, which the as a confidential document. government received in a vote of confidence In tho chamber of deputies, following tho premier's arraignment by HULL IN FAREWELL SPEECH tho radical socialists, was a sore blow to tho premier and hla associate, who Iowa Congressman Urges That Army Be Increased by Addition of !iad been sustained many times In pre250,000 Men. vious crises by much larger votes. M. Hrland said ho waa "sick of It all." Washington. In his farewell speech Fighting Forest Fires Costly. to the house after a servlco of twenty great forcat Area years In that body, Representative Washington. Tho of last fall cost tho government $1,030,-00- Hull of Iowa, chairman of the comfor the actual expenses of mittee on military affairs, urged upon congress the necessity of supplementtCt flames, the secretary of agriculture told the appropriations committee of ing tho regular army of this country 'be house. Tho government provided with an effectlvo reserve forco of only $133,000 laat year for fighting for- 250,000 trained men. Mr. Hull said est fires, and It has been neeewary to ho did not bellove that war was Imask for $015,000 more to mako up for minent, but that so long as war remained a possibility It was criminal the cxitcuses Incurred. n negligence not to mako proper Well-Know- n well-knownc-tlv- o ct.i-tlnuc0 prop-nratlo- production continues, yet there Is In transactions, and there Is no heavy surplus stock to cause prolonged depression. Accompanying tho decline in raw cotton there has oeen some unscttlement of cotton coeds values, and tho Impetus to cur-tal- l production had been Increased. Shoes and Leather. Tho footwear market continues quiet and featureless. Staplo lines are generally slow, buyers not anticipating their requirements. Specialty goods continue to sell well, and the producers of those aro generally busy, but lomparatlvcly few of thn plants arc working under full headway. Tho amicable settlement of tho discount question Is a favorable development. Brighter Weather. llrlghtcr, more seasonable weather snd tho advance of February to Its slow Is having a more active appearance to houwo jobbing trade nt leading nwrkcta and slightly Improved retail trade. The expansion, while qulto compared with tho two marked wh-preceding weckB, when weather conditions were uraettkd, luw, however, been relatively slow ami cautious, and consorvatlMn, which limb reflfctlon In small Jot Jurying, continues tho preeminent foatwro in markets for dry good., wearing apparel ami kindred in Increase The problem In Job's lime was, why-dtho righteous suffert bnt tbo problem in our day has broadened lo why should thcro bo any suffering nl all) As wo have stood near tho bedside of somo dear ono whom wo could not bear to see suffer, we havo wondered' how God could stand It. Personally, 1 do not bellevo that God Is a being that goes about shattering our homes, or breaking our hearts. It Is thought that ho permits such things, but 11 may well be said that God cannot still be good and mako exceptions, here and tbcro In tho workings of thn great laws of tho universe, that wero to pnt Irrrguarlties In the place or uniformity, to Introduce anarchy and o n lines. etna-na-to Iron and Steel. Favorable reports continue to from the iron and nteel trades. Shipments from the mills aro increasing and new orders aro coming out In larger olumo with the lighter finished linos loading In iolnt of aotivity. Ml lb turning out in pkite and wire are In the foreroot, with tierhap 'JO per cent imously. of their capacity unidoycd. Iletter reNo amendments to the hill were ports are made regarding pig iron and adopted, and It will come up on the tho railroads aro probably buying at befloor of tho senate, therefore. In the a better rate than Is exact form In wblch It was passed lieved. by the house. Export trade, too, is satisfactory. Business Failures. Iluslnegs PASS ARMY INCREASE BILL failures In the United States for the week ending February Reichstag Takes Action to Add 10,000 23 wero 228, against 233 last vrcek, in 2S4 In the like week of 1910, 2, Soldiers to Force Socialists Oppose Increase. 1909, 311 in 190Sand 194 in 1907. ltirsl. ho9 failures hi Canuda for tho week Herlln. Tho relchstng passed the number 20, whlcli contrast wtth 34 r mili- last week and 28 In the llko week of second reading of tho tary bill, designed to strengthen the 1910. army gradually by more than 10,000 The Grain Market. soldiers. There was no opposition exWhc.it, IncliKSIns flour. cxikjpU f rom cept from the Socialists. the United States and Canada for tho General von Hcerlngen, Prussian minending February 23 aggregated ister of war, denied that the bill was 1,195,259 'burih, against 2.1S0.921 lat of a sudden decision of the week ar.d 1,84C.:32 this week last year. the result military authorities, but bad been un- For the 34 we-k- s ending Filbniary 23 der careful consideration for year. erporta aro 79,530.757 buh, again Tho great progress Germany had 107.OS0.45C In the corresponding jicriod mado In tho last forty years, he as year. Corn exports for tho serted, was largely duo to universal last 1.857.S70 bush, against 2,028.198 aro military service. last week and 729,821 in 1910. For tiho 31 weelca ndlng February 23 corn SENATE BRIBERY CASE FAILS exports are 29,012.204 bush, against 17,908,171 last year. Jury Acquits Frank J. Gardner of New five-yeak mako confusion worso confounded We are to remember, too, that wo ar Inclined to mlstako tho part for th whole, nnd In the mattar. of pain our standard of measurement is apt to bo fatso. The actual amount of pain In tho world Is only as great as that borne by any single human being. A partial answer to this problem ! found In the present uses of pain. Pain may be a punishment, but not always, for pain would seem qulto am often a punishment for weakness an for wlckcdnass. Great pain purifies. As the psalmist says"It was good for mo that I was afflicted." Pain Is power. Pain stimulates us to do our best. It is a goad nnd apur that discovers our best pares. Wo often say wo learn by experience, luit if wo stop to think of It tbo experiences to which wo refer nro mostly painful, it takes fire to temper stuel and tho sword blado never yet took, and held Its temper without IL A California apple Is largo and beautiful, but tasteless llko cork: It nocdn the frost of New Kngland to ripen thyi Ilaldwln nnd pippin. We none of u want to live over again tho difficult crises of our Iles, yrt not one of w would bo willing to part with tho experiences those crises gavo as. Great pain warns us. A wounded dog holds, up Its foot and so keeps out tho dirt. Pain told It to do that. The cross of Christ sheds thi strongest light on the mysteries of pain. Jesus never seemed to be per plexed at the existence of pain. a part of his ministry consisted In banishing pain, yet Jesus and Christianity havo donr, much to Increase tho pain of the world. Gothscmann nnd Calvary show us that In our live ns well as his tho best and truest In human life comes from pain. The cross Is the appeal of suffering. Tho vicarious suffering of Christ l said to conflict with our sense nt Justice. It does not do it. We Interpret it by the old view of theology, but rightly viewed It Is tho ctlrnax nnd complete expiration of tho forces to which we owe cnllro evolution of our race. Wo must not confuse vicarious suffering with vicarious punishment. When lire Is seen at ttn deepest and truest It seems as though there were nothing elso but vicarious suffering through which tho world was saved. Pain Is Incidental. It does not last. Pain Is unnatural. Jesus came to heal nnd banish It. Pain Is not eternal, and "God shall wlpu all tears from their eyes and there shall lie no moro How-great death, neither sorrow nor crime, neither shall thero bo any moro pain, for the former things are passt-d away." York of Offering $10,COO to Influence Vote. New THE e MARKETS for It. Dlaze. Mr. Hull said that such a force as Pent, Ind. Hro Which started in tho Atraboy Mercantile Co.'s trtorc ho proposed could be maintained for spread rapidly, ami caused alight dam-ago- $20,000,000 n year. It would bo under to other buildings. The Iom l the control of tho president, who Vrould designate the officers. uatimatod at $30,000. A $30,000 n Peace Near for Honduras. Walter Foss Gone. Cortex, Honduras. Gen. Puerto Somerville, Mass. After a long IllAn army officer has Invented n mui ness Samuel Walter Fou. tiho Author Manuel Donllla, leader of the revolutlplex toluphono. and It Is claimed for poet and kcturc-r-. died nt the Charlotf tionary movement, Friday withdrew proviIt that ten persons can speak over one Gale (hospital, In Cambridge. Ilo wan formally as a candidate for tho lino. As If we didn't bavo trouble born in Oandla, Now Hampshire, iu sional presidency of Honduras, and there aro prospects of an early agreenougu already with the 1858. ment with tbo government. wire. four-part- Mount Etna continues to smoke, but the Innocent bystanders bavo come tc the conclusion that there Is nothing Jolug In the way of lava. Many a time nnd oft have we beard of rcrsous who rdldn't know It was loaded." Fire at the plant destroyed the id ant, which was tho largest pocketbooii fac250 tory In tho country, employing men. The loss Is $200,000, cover-m- l hr Insurance. Haden. Wla. Wt United States Officer Frozen to Death. Nome, Alaska. Lieut. 8. Ii. West, If. 8. A., of Fort Davis, was frozen to death Thursday five miles from Tlsliou while out In one of the severest blizzards ever known here. i York. Tho state's first endeavor to mako a criminal case out Cincinnati Grain Market. of an alleged attempt to purchase $4.!Oa4.40, FlouT Wlter intent legislators' votes to defeat the nntl-racbetting bills three years ago has do family $184.108.40.206. low grade $2.C5a do fancy collapsed. After an hour's delibera- 2.75, spring patent $5.50a5.Go, red 91n $4.73a5.10. Wheat No. 2 tion a jury In tbo criminal branch of 4 7Sa81c. 92c, No. 3 red 84aSSc, No. tho supremo court acquitted former Corn No. 2 whlto 4CHa47l4c, No. 3 State Senator Frank J. Gardner, who white 45Ha4Cc, No. 2 yellow 47a was charged with offering n $10,000 48c, No. 3 yellow 4Ca47c. No. 2, No. 3 mixed 4GV4a bribe to former State Senator Otto G mixed 47a47'-:47c Oats No. 2 whtto 33,4a3c Foelker, who Is now a congressman. white 33a33c, No. 2 mixed KILLED 33a23V4c. DICKINSON'S DRIVER Cincinnati Live Stock. OatthJ Sblpiow $5.25a0.15, butcher Coachman for Secretary of War Meets stceis, extra $5.65a5.85, good to cfluilce Death In Runaway Accident In $5a!.C0; heifers, extra, $5.50a5.C3, Washington, good to choice $4.75a!.40; cows, extra $5a5.10; good to oholeo $4.25al.90 llologna Hulls Washington. Kdward McQuado, for canncrs $2.50a3.7fl. Calves Kxtra years coachman for $l.25a5, extra $5.10. nearly twenty-flvthe secretary of war, was killed in a $9.30a9.75, fair to good $S.25a0.2G, runaway accident hero. Ho was driv- common and largo $4a8. Hogs. Good to choice packers and butchen ing Secretary Dickinson's $7.60a7.C5, mixed packers $7 4Oa7.C0 granddaughter, Helen Dlcklnuon. and common to ohoteo heavy fat wow $1.75 Miss Dunning, her governess, both of a(i.35, pign (110 lbs and Iom) $7a7 75, whom, with tho footman, escaped in- Sheep Kxtra $4.15a4.25, good to choice jury. Tho horses wero frightened by $3.60al.l0. $6.40, iAnibs Kxtra. ycartlngH $4.50a5. a piece of paper blown by the wind. Cincinnati Miscellaneous. Aked Called to Frisco Church. Poultry Hena 14c W, BpriiiK chlcl Charles F. en Francisco. Dr, 20 lb, ducks 14c, turkey. San Aked, pastor of tho Fifth Avenue nap-tin- t 18c, geoso 7al0c Uuttor CTCumory church of New York, gf which extra 29c, fltvts 27c, fancy dalr. John D. Itockefollcr is a member, was 18c, Kgg Prime nwts 15o, tlriti Fancy $5c6 a bbl, Apple Thursday formally called to the pas- 14c. choice $4a5 a bbl. Carrots N. O. torate of the First Congregational 35afi0c down. Celery 25a35c dozen. cburoii of this city. Hannwrown $3.754.25 u 5ggpiantH Giapes Malaga $C.60a8 r crate. War Minister Brun Drops Dead. $3.504 keg. lemons California Paris, France. General Hrun, minis- Onion Yellow 85a90c, wblto $lal.t( ter of war In tho cabinet of Irmler per bu. Pineapple $3a3.50 a crate Hrland, dropped dead Thursday from Potatoes Northern Ohio 43a47 a bu a paralytic stroke at tbo offices of the I'lorlda, new $3a3.50 a hamper. Tuf nips Hal. 10 bbl. ministry. c, d for growth In graco and In tha knowledge of Christ. It Is only the man of spiritual prldu that will not feel that tho hours offer to him a now spiritual chance a chance to bo moro like Christ when tho sun goes down upon his newly dawned day. It must be that wo fall to see tho significance of this lino of mercies so freely offered to all men. morning comes with this Invitation: "Ho, every ono that thlrsteth. como yo to tho waters." This is simply tho call to nccept the dfvVno mercies of character. Kvery morning Is alive with that opportunity. If we do not seo theso mercies It Is becauso we are spiritually blind. What unconquered regions of kind ncss lie before our soulsl What unexplored fields of divine benuvoleneo! What untried pnths of consecration! Theso nro tho possibilities that God sets beforo us now. Tomorrow morning should sen us setting out on the stubborn and courageous march toward our Ideal. Tho height and breadth and depth of tho lovo of Ood In Christ glvo us an nmbltlon equnl to tho efforts of an eternity. ich New Opportunities. Today wo all face new opportunity Pain. actually a motitnl perception of nervo pressure, and your perception of It may bo altogether disPain Is pelled by somo your attention, and you may forget nil nbout the pain In other words. It Is often true thnt pain drponds on tho amount of attention you aro willing to give to tho nervo pressure record. Hev. 8. N. Wutson, sudden demand on Akrut, Ohio, Kplscopallan, Man's Companion, Woman wa s meant to bo man's companion. If this Idea wero carried out there would be no affinities. Itav. Lyman Abbott, CongrcgatlonMlst, llrook-lyN. Y. March 2, 1911 THE CITIZEN 8TATE Page Tfare BRACE-WIR- SUGGESTIONS . GOLLEGESOGIETY Transylvania Professor Author of Social Purity Movement SHOULD ACCEPT THE CHALLENGE of Other Colleger to De Asked Time Has Come to Take Action, Says College Pro. IN8TITUTE. Q0E8 TO TAKE OATH. Minister to Peru Leaves for Washington, E THAT ENDURES Virtually Complete Program of Meeting In Mont New gorrtry County. In an effort to have Stato Farmers' Institute this month one of Uio best that has ever been held In Uio stale, an attracUvo program ha lwen arranged nnd reduced rates on all railroads have been secured. Tho following Is Uio full program: Thursday, February 23. Morning Sotwlon. Invocation, tho Ilov. II, I). Clark, ML Sterling. President's addretrt, T. J. lllgstaff, Mt. Sterling. Address, M. C. Itankln, commls-Blonc- r of Agriculture, Frankfort. Selection of committees. Afternoon Session. Illuo graw nnd other grasses In Kentucky, J. 11. Walker, Hopklravlllo. Domestic science, Mrs. Klizn 0. Martin, IotilsvUIo. Do mestic ScJeneo and Home Economics Miss Aubyn Chlnn, Stato university, lcxlngton. Soil Physics, Prof. J. 0. Moslcr, University of Illinois, Urbana, ill. Forestry, Luclan Ileckner, Wln- icestor. Com Drooling, Prof. P. O. Holdcn, Agricultural college, Amos, la. Kentucky Library Commission and Its ork, Julia Robertson, FrankforL In tcnsUo Pinning, Prof. F O, Clark, llerea college. Uerea, Ky Mght Session. Farm Poultry nnd tho Management of the laying Hon, Otis Crane, Lebanon, Ind. Clover and Hog harming, J. II. Drake, assistant agriculturalist, Washington. D. C. Fruits and their DUeam-s- , I o well Ml. Sterling. tho Lexington. Judgo IL Clay Howard, of Paris, recently appointed United States minister to Peru by President Taft, to succeed I,eflllo Combs, has gnno to Washington to take tho oath of olllcc. Ho will not sail for more than a month. After taking tho oath of of' flco he will remain In Washington for 30 days, taking tho cottrso of Instruc tion concerning tils duties as a dlplo matic representative of this country, JACKSON'S ..AWYER-EDITOR- ELISHA RESTORES A CHILD TO LIFE SaJty Necetiary Materials Indestructible and Adjuited-Mo- Art it Are Easily Effective. ro Sll Ultra for M.r. 12, 1(11 SpeiI!y Arnnttd lor Thil P pr ory vf it I)M."-llom, I.KflfiO.V TRXT-- U H-j- j. UOI.DKN eternal life TICXT-'T- ho through :23. KInn M-Isift of Mem Ood If HUGE BASKET FOR GRANARY Pima Indiana of Mendoclna County, California, Use Big Receptacles Made of Willow. Baltimore.) Tho Pima Indiana of Mendocino county, Cal., for many generations MAYNE, Jeaus Chrlit our TIMR-Klla- ha bfiui hti career as a rroplirt nliotit 600 It. C. But no exact oate can Ixt given lo the senirate' atorles, an It Is not certain that they aro arranged Most braces for a corner-pos- t so much labor and expense that the Illustration will convey an Idea well worth putting Into practice, an tho necessary materials for tho bracd are vlrtunlly Industructlble, very easily "adjusted and most effective In their application. Sncuro a smooth V lessor. With nn address by Prof. Sliull !n chnpol exercises a Tram aylvnnU university a movumcnt to a social purity league among the student of tho Kentucky colleges wait not on foot. Prof. Sliull outlined tho object or tho proponed organization as follows: "To etudy problems connected with tho constant Incrcaso of prostitution mid diseases pertaining lo It; to seek nil legltlmnto means to lrndlrnto tho social evils from American llfo; to enlist college, men In the cause of sexual education and to with all bodies having a sim- Islington. l'LACKS-TI- m Jordan. Jericho. Beth!, some part of Mount Carmel, whern Ellsh.i sometimes retired. Duyt New Press and En- Timet M Tho promise of Klljah that If Ellsha rges His Paper. saw him ascend, then he might know ho was bo successor had Jackson. - Jlylaml C. Muslck, cdlto that fulfilled. to Thishismight been bo con of tho Tlm!, Is a lawyer toy profefirmed by tho fact that Klljah's man ulon, but devofes n good 1iaro of hU tic, his familiar prophet-dress- , foil tlmo to his paper, which has rooetiUy from him as ho went up In tho whirl boon enlarged to six column size. wind, nnd was confirmatory legacy, Kyland C. Mimic torn on Christ- so that Kllsha amight appear to tho people to bo a prophet like his mas crironoioeicnliy. . (y J. mi - ter. ilar aim." I'rof. Shull suggostod that the organization should ho called Uio "Intercol legiate Association for Uio rroinotlou of Hoclal Purity." Prof. Shull staged that ho believed the other collegcB ol tho stato would readily Join In tho movement, and that a strong assocla' tlon could bo formed before the end of his present school term. There Is at present n couro In Transylvania mil vendty railed social hygiene, which deals In part with social diseases, and a llko course has already been Install-- l In Central university nt Danville, nnd I'rof. Shull stated that he thouvht irt in liar studies would bo taken uf In tho other colleges. I'rof. Shull that ho had conceived his Idea of this association after having his nttentlou called to an article In a magazine which said that college men l:i the soulhem colleges nro leaders In social degradation and not leaders In social uplift. "It comes as a challenge to col. lego men In the south," says I'rof, Shull," and we should accept It." stf-Jc- Itoudobush, mento. iiiiiiiiiiBHisViiiH cessful Farming, E. Now Richmond, O. SucII. McKucn Sacra24. Friday, February FARMERS WIN VERDICT. Congest Trial in the County Results In a Verdict Against Mine Company. Madlsonvllle. The longest trial that over took placo In Hopkins county Is elcEod. Tho Jury was out ten hours on tho caso nnd tho trial lasted six days. It was the case of A. and J. I'. Coal Mining Co. The cases wcro and tried at tho same time. A. (iraham asked for Jl.K'i!) and J. K. Graham, fanners, against tho lUini-ck- e Cruham for Jl.T.'.O, claiming that and sluck from property of the coal company had filled up .'ho creek running through their propolty, causing It to overflow nnd destroy the agricultural value of the land. In '.ho case Graham the Jury found for tho of J. defendant, and In the raso of A. (ira- Sterling. Saturday, February 25. ham tho ptalntin was given $170. Morning Session. Invocation, Rev. Thoru ant tivo similar cases pending. II. O. Moody, Mt. Sterling. Our Stato HARVESTER COMPANY FINED. Fair, Prof, M. A. Scovoll, Agricultural Experiment Station, Ioxington. An- IKranKO.- - Tho International liar, pie Culture, Prof. II. L. Price, horticul vester Co. of America was adjudged turlflt. Agricultural' Kxpcrlmont Sta- guilty ef operating In vlolutlon of tho tlon. Illacksburg. Va. Cattle Feeding t law by n Jury here. W P Wnr.1 tiiiron.i nf nnlmnl ln,1,w. .Sherman A flno of $2,500 was assessed. Attor- try, Washington, D. C. Dairying, J. F. neys for Uio defendant comiiany llled Hudson, Windham, O. Dairying as a ti motion for a now trial and Intimated Means of Soil Improvement, W. D. thut tho cane would I hi fought to th" Nlcholls, Illoomllcld. Adjournment. upremo court of the United States If lnkihlo and necessary. lanti-trus- Morning Station. InSocaUon, Itor. W. .1. Ilolln, Mt. Sterling, Sheep In Kentucky. Prof. W. C. Coffey, t'nlver-elt-y of Illinois, t'rhaiin, 111. Sheep Scabies In Kentucky and ApiillcaUon of Uio Present Law to Eradicate Thera Dr. A. .1. Payno, bureau of animal industry, Washington, I). C. Hay and Other Forage Crops, F. 0. Odoll, Lincoln, Neb. Good Itoads In Kentucky, I K, lloykln, olllco of public roads, Washington1. D. C. The Agriculture Col lego and What It Menus to the Farmer, Judgo II. S. Marker, president of Uio Stato university, I,exlugton. Organization Uio Hopo of the Farmer, W. H. Strange, Munfordvillo. Afternoon Session. ICglslatlon for and Against tho Farmer, Hon. C. II. Tiioroas, Paris. Tho Farmer and Mar-kot- s for Ills Products, Judge E. C. O'llear, FrankforL Hogs nud Hog Cholera Serum. Prof. K. S. flood, Kxiierimental Station, Lexington. Tho Importance of tho Public School In Uio Development of Rural Communities, Prof. Hcgcn4clt, superintendent of public Instruction, Frank, fort. Farm Management, Prof. W. J. Splllman. U. S. department of agriculture, Washington, D. C. Tho Kentucky Hor&o, Prof. J. J. Hooper, Agricultural college, Stato university, Islington. Mules, George P. Rogers, Smlthland Tho Problom of Transportation as It, Affects tho Farmer, Hon. John P. Ha well, Jr., Hardltisburg. Night Session. Kntortalnment to bo provided by tho citizens of Mt. Agrl-cultur- Ryland C. Muslck. mas day, 1884. He has been on tha rcK)rtorial taff of Uio IxjuIstIIIo Cour IxmiIsvIIIo Time and tho U'xlngton Herald, nnd a correspondent for Uio Cincinnati Times-Sta-r. His Drtt nowvpapcr work was- done aa Georgetown correspondent for Lexing ton Denroorat. He was actively cn gaged In law practice at Jackson when ho started Uio Times. News in Kentucky RAILWAYS INTO NEW FIELDS. New York Capital Enlisted Development of Mines and Timber. Frank fort. One ,of the richest sections of Kontucky which now has no railroad Ih to bo opened up and developed by a now Hue, and hoveral moun- tain counties aro to have their first tight of a rallrond train in a short tlmo. A company to build tho railroad, which will extend from Webbvllle, Iawiviico county, to Poor Fork, Hnr-Iacounty, was formed lu New York. Roy Wllholt, rate clerk of the rnllroad coimniiultiii, was ouo of Uio organlzors. Tho worl: of making tho survey will begin Juno SO. It Is said $2:.0,000 In good faith was subRcrlbcd by Kentucky and Now York capitnllsts and plenty of money will bo provided as It Is needed to mako the rallrond ns good as any in tho state. The now lino will extend through fjiwrt'tiM! county to Palutsvlll where It will connect with tho lllg Sandy branch of Um C. & O. rniroad. From Palntavllle, Johnson county, the new roud will extend to Salyeinvllle, county, thrnro to lliirdmati. Knott county, nnd on to the terminal In Harlan county lllnduuui has no rnllmad nnd tho whole section Into Which the. n'v road will penetrato Is entire)' undeveloped, although tho crouul lu rich with coal mid timber. PLUM TREE IN DLOOM. n ED. DRUMAGEN, Deputy State Councilor, Junior Order United American Mechanics. LURED HOME AND ARRESTED. Plkcvillo. Pursued relenUessly over since tho buttle, a year ugo, In which Mrs. Daniels and her young daughter were hilled, John Fnrrcll, a feudist lender, hug been urrcsted nnd lodged In Jail liure. Lebanon. Flvo prisoners, three of whom have Just received llfo sentences Franklin. A plum treo in the Jiird lu the penitentiary, esenped from Jail hjr sawing through tlit bars. Tho men of William Hell U In full bh.om. Tills (Scorgo and John Johnson, contho imu ory of tho were la Uio first tlmo la victed of murder; J. J. Abel, convicted olikwt Inhabttont that a plum treo rvor (f housebreaking, nnd sentenced to life bloomitl in February In tilth county. ui.der tho habitual criminal act; and Robert Anderson and C, M. Tucker, w lutel charged with housebreaking. Tho Com Twnilcln-wlllitocro vim bnnw d. TJio fire t tarted In a downotadru rooms, and very fow t'ouml. Tho freight oltlco was rob tliiiigi tiro saved. Tho Courts hotol bed of $100 h cash. About V'O worth t kuown of goods woro also taken from tho Cur fcj oivo of Uio oldebt and b lii ChJtf part of tho tta.e. Iwtc-b- j lier Lumber Co.'s store. !. Ivcxington. Judgo John May Taylor, member of the court of civil appeal, died In Uio 73d years of bis age. His death had been expected for eomo debt, perhaps through her husband's doya. Ho wa.s an sol sickness. Her creditors demanded their money, and, as sho could not dier. pay It, they threatened to tako her Somerset. Judgo R. .1. nethurum Is two Bons frr slaves, to work out the trying tho cases on docket with such debL In her trouble she appealed to dltpatch that court will likely adjourn Ellsha as the bead of tho guild, and boforo tho regular six weeks' term Is as one who had been helping others. up. This Is Uio first tlmo In history Sho had nothing left put a pot of nicli has been the case, as generally olive oil. Kllsha bado tho woman borrow an additional week or so was required empty vessels from hor neighbors, to finish business. and bringing them Into her house, Shclbyvlllo .Joseph S. White, Urn with closed doors, to pour out from & N. foreman on the first section her own Jar of oil till every dish nnd "f ShelbyvHIe. was prol.ably fatal, Jar was full. This oil she was to sell iy i,,J"r"1 ttemptlnB to get a hand- - and pay hor debt. Tho result was according to the "Mn- l" ",u na lur " prophet's word. Every vessel sho had a C. & O. train. Tho engine struc faith enough to borrow was filled with the car whllo ho was still at work. tho miraculous oil. Her debt was Whltesburg. To ascertain tho exact paid, and her children saved from number of workable seams of coking slavery. According to her faith It was coal In tho Klkhorn and lioone's Fork done unto her. Mother Goes to Kllsha for Help. field tho Consolidated Coal Co. has etnrted a number of drills to work on Kllaha at this Umo was at Mount Klkhorn, near which they aro prepar- Carmel, 16 miles away. The mother knows the only thing to bo done. Sho ing to begin operations. calls for one of the servants, has an ass saddled, and presses forward with KIDNAPED FROM HER HOME. the utmost speed to tho prophet. Ellnha knew that only somo matter Chloroform Used In Securing Pretty of great Importance could bring a Girl Taken From Beside Her woman there. "Sho caught him by Sister. the feet. Gchazl camo near to thrust her away." Deeming hor Importunity Pretty goldcn-halreLouisville. excessive, or such llborUcs beneath Virginia, daughter of Mr. and his master's dignity. Mrs. William Foster, was kldnaprj Kllsha went with tho Shunammlte from her homo hero ns sho slept b to her houso, and found tho child dead the sldo of her sistei. upon the bed In his chambor. "He Chloroform was used by tho kidnapers, shut the door upon them twain, and prayed." tho parents believe. "And ho went up, and lay upon the No garment of the girl was missing, child," Ho usod whatever means savo her nightgown and a heavy bluo were lu his power,- though tho means coat. alono could never havo brought tho According to Mrs. Poster, buth girls' child to life. So James tolls tho eld retired shortly before 8 o'clock. At It ers who pray with tho sick, to also o'clock tho jounger sister awnko from anoint him with oil, ono of Uio com u dream. Sho found her sister gone, moner remcdleu of tho day. There Calling to her parents, u Bcarch was were faint signs of llfo. made and it was discovered that a Then camo another soason of ag back door had been forced by tho onizing prayer, while tho prophet After searching the premises walked to and fro. This was a new and through tho neighborhood tho po- experience of what tho Lord might do lice were called and It was then found through him, and he could not know that the girl's coat was gone. The tho Lord's will at once. "Tho child seven times, and . . . neighbors say the girl Is unusually sneezed pretty, a blonde type, and largo bluu opened his eyes." These wcro the eyes and golden curls that hang down first acts of restored respiration, and her buck. Sho Is about 11 vo feet toll they aro described as successive steps. and weighs lot pounds. Into every home come hours of bit ter sorrow, strange providences which WILL KEEP IT8 CONTRACT. we cannot understand. The door liuiian. T. J. Asher, president of through which help comes Is the door tho Wasloto & lllack Mountain rail of prayer, and the use of means which belongs with prayer Ilka a road, has announced that passengei always mother prayed and sister. freight servlco will be establish- twin her prayerThe action. The prophet and In put ed on that lino March 1. Tho pasacu-te- r prayed and put his prayer In action. trains will run from Harlan. Tim The effectual, fervent prayer of a railroad company Is under contract righteous man avalleth much. It makes with the Commercial club of Harlan all the difference In the world whether to bo running trains into this towj fcv the prophet or Qenazt Is behind the April 23, and It Is almost certain thai staff. The best thing In a sermon is lliu lino Into Harlan will bu completed the man behind it, The most Important thins In teaching I the teacher. beforo that data. d - But, llko Gideon with Uio flccco, Kllsha would llko to mako another test before ho entered upon his work. Ho was standing by tho River Jordan. Tho sons of the prophets from Jeri cho wcro looking on. Tho river must bo crossed. Ho hold tho manUo with which Klljah smoto tho waters, when a way through them had been opened by Klljah's God. Therefore If ho was really Klljah's successor, with tho sanio mantle, tho samo spirit, tho same work to do, then God would open a similar pathway through the river for Kllsha. Folding up the manUc, and smiting Uio waters, an his master had done, ho exclaimed, "Where Is Uio Lord, the God of Elijah?" ancfthe way was opened, and ossuranco was made doubly sure. Coming to Jericho, where there was a guild of the Sons of Uio Prophets, Kllsha hod an opportunity of using his power of sorvlco as a propbcL Tho citizens of Jericho came to him for help because the water supply was very bad for both Uio people and the land. They brought Kllsha a new bowl or dish, and put salt therein, both typical of purity and freshness. Taking theso with htm ho went up the stream to the fountain head a rallo and a half from the town, and cast Uio salt Into It, saying, "Thus salth the Lord, I have healed theso waters." This clearly shows that tho salt was not tho means whereby the healing was wrought, but only as an outward sign to point to tho work which was supernaturally performed." One of Uio sons of tho prophets died and left his widow and two sons in poverty. Sho was so poor as to be In danger of having her children sold as slaves. Her husband may havo left her In debt, or sho had run In stored their winter provisions In largo willow baskets. It was tho cu torn to placo tho bazkot granaries up on a high rudo platform supported by poles, easily reached by means of ladders. Hundreds of buihols of acorns bo- sides corn and wheat wore gathorcd Brace-Wir- e That Stays. nnd housed In theso granaries for use during tho winter. Each basket was wire 15 to 20 feet In longth. double 1L provided with a portable lid or top, placo ono end around tho post and the other around a largo rock; dig a hole and sink tho rock In tho ground about two feet, tamping tho dirt firm' ly down against it to hold It In position. A, post; b, wires; c, rock. To take alt slack out of tho wires and provent tho post from becoming loose. Insert hammer-handlor strong stick between tho wires and twist It over and over until the desired tightness Is ob tained. o a GOOD HITCHING POST DEVICE Strong Timber, Set Firmly In Ground, With Square Top, as 8hown, Is Very Convenient. Huge Basket Granary. tively not very large. Recently, however, tho Pima In dians living near Uklah wove an Immense willow basket which Is n for size. From tho bottom to the rim the Immense basket measures G feet, while the outside circumference covers 25 feet. The basket itself when empty weighs SCO pounds, and tho lid weighs 75 additional pounds, making a total weight of 325 pounds. When filled with acorns, grain, etc., the total weight will nearly reach record-breaker cone-shape- d Usually these baskets wero compara- Sot firmly into tho ground a good,' strong post, with a squaro top, into which drive a staple and hook at right angles, as It wcro. To fasten horso, double tho ropo or strap, pass through 1,200 pounds. and over tho h'ook, and the its eastern destination. It Is so large tho staple safely horso is that It cannot bo put through tho hook should only hitched: Staplo or door of an ordinary box car, and be admit a common-siz- bo large enough to ropo or strap. fore being placed on board the car the opening will havo to be widened to ndmlt this special plcco of freight. . Planting the Garden. In planting your garden benrln mind that it costs no more to grow the best MONEY IN CAULIFLOWER CROP varieties of vegetables than It docs to grow poor ones, and this applies also Little Chance for Success Unless to all farm crops. It pays to bo carePlanted Early, ao Plant Needs ful In selecting varieties. Cool Air and Soil. e Very recently this "baby" basket was purchased by Dr. J. W. Hudson, of Uklah, and by him sold to tho Institute of Arts and Sciences, of Brooklyn. N. Y. Tho big basket will bo shipped to Hitching Post Device. (By WILLIAM II. UNDnitWOOD.) I havo grown cauliflower for a nun ber of years and have found It a vtfVy prolltablo crop, as It brings a good prlco In tho market Soil that will produce cabbago is sultablo for cnullllower, provided it Is enriched with well rotted manure. Tho manure should bo thoroughly mixed with tho soli nnd tho ground put lu tho best possible condition. When tho begin to grow I give the plants sufficient air to keep them from rotting off. As soon ns tho plants nro large enough to handle I tako them up and transplant them two inches apart each way and keep them well watered. I expose the plants to tho open nlr beforo time to plant outdoors so as to harden them. I find that few plants die when treated In this manner. Several hours beforo sotting out 1 give tho plants a thorough soaking in tho hot bed. When ready to set tho plants I mark oft tho ground throe feet each way and set tho plants some what deeper than they grow In tho hot bed and press tho earth firmly nbout them. As cauliflower rc(i Ires a cool at mosphere and n cool, moist soil, thero is llttlo chanco of success unless It Is planted very early lu order to como on beforo the beat of summer, or It may bo planted lato nnd como In dur ing tho cool weather of fall. In cultivating 1 no a cultivator twlco a wrck, going; both wnys when tho plants are small. Whon they como to maturity and tho llowors uppear, I covor tho Mowers with a leaf of tho plant early ovory morning. havo had good success in this manner of protection. ono-hors- o 1 Preparing for Market. preparing your products for market give good weight and mcasuro nnd good quality. People want what they pay for, and If thoy don't got It of you they will try somo ono else. In Alfalfa seed should be puro. Tho farmer must keep up with the Thero is nothing hard to learn about operating n silo As a fertilizer, nothing can beat barnyard manure. Evory detail of his work Interests the successful farmer. It Is none too early In tho season to begin hardening the teams for spring's work. Orchard grnss Is taking well In somo lrolated places n a meadow-plant- . Is unA frame mushroom houso doubtedly a good place for forclns rhubarb. Ilhubarb Is a crop llko mushrooms In at least this ono respect. It can b grown In tho nbsonco of light. The remaining months of the winter will pass quickly, and then tho rush and work of spring will begin. Early cabbago, cauliflower, spinach, wax beans and dwarf peas go very strawnicely between tho nowly-se- t berry plants. Every grower that raises celery oa a big scale generally sees to It that ho can ship celery from November 1st to tho first of March. There Is no reason why potatoes could not bo grown for a year or two orchard, either In In a the ordinary way or by covering with. straw. A machine has been Invented which will make tllo from cement. The ma- chinos are small enough to be used by Individual farmers and tho cost la small. There are a number of fungous diseases which attack the bean plant, the most serious and common or which Is nnthracnoso, which Is more, commonly called blight, or rust. potato In each hilt Ono will produce a yield of about SS bushels per acre; many tlmos one hill will potatoes; this U produce six at the rate of StO bushels, per acre. newly-planted elght-ounc- times. Killing Quack Grass. Quack grass Is a perennial and the roots must bo cut off under tho sur face. Shave off tho plants by running a shallow furrow. If pluwer deeply tho roots will not bo much Injured and wilt como up again. A good way is to harrow out as many roots as possible aftor they bare started la the prlng ami then follow with tho plow as often as they show up strong. Plant to millet or buckwheat in the lato summer as these crops havo a tendency to smother quack grass. Hunting for Pleasure. The man who hunts for Dleasure rarely finds It, and If ho dues he can- - sot appreciate lu Page Four. 1'HE CITIZEN. .March 2, iqi 1 ooooooooooooo 1 College Items f 0 FOR YOUR Groceries and GO TO Cni 2Sc 25c 25c 25c BUY NEW GOODS Spring goods now open. Everything new in Dry Goods. Come and see the new stj'les and fabrics. Tho llov. Theodore C. Williams if tmlny City, Michigan, nrrlvcd In Ito-rInst Friday noon and left Monday afternoon. I lo vlsltid tho Industrial on Friday, preached at tho Union jCliureh on Sunday morning and :it tlio Collego Chapel Sunday night, nml gnvo it lecturo In Upier Chapel on "Tolstoi" on Monday morning. TI1I1 as tho second visit which Mr. Wll, Imnis has mado to Uerea and It, ns TATUM'S . 3 lbs Prunes - w . 4 lbs. Dried Apples 3 lbs. Dried Peaches, best 6 Bars Soap Fells Napthta, Ideal, Clcnncasy. Ivory. Lenox and Delphine, 3 Tor 10c 5c per pound Navy Beans Colored Beans, 3jc per pound Ideal Patent Flour - - 65c .... - Fairy Patent - - 65c ' COYLE'S DRY GOODS STORE You pay less or get more 00.000000B000000.000.000.000.00,0.0 R. H. CHRISMAN Berea and Vicinity. GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES RUGS These are our Regular Prices, this is not a special sale. Funeral Director unci Embnlmlnil A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies Nliiht SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. ooooooooocooo DR. BEST, DENTIST rilONK 183 CITT I ooaoooooaoaoaooooa Robln&ou has quit tho dress making bushiest' and IKXts to leavo this week for Beckley, W. Vu., where she will spend a few Miss Licit ha Day I'hone 26 46. mouths with her sister. Tho ladles of the Clio Club, with OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE their husbands, wero delightfully entertained at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Porter, Friday evening. DAN H. BRECK Boys, bring your rubber and iron Fire, Life and Accident to J. S. Gott, on Depot Street for high prices. Insurance Ky. EGGS and DAY OLD CHICKS. Richmond, Phone 505 Single Comb White Leghorns, 11. 1. Prices Reds, and Plymouth Rocks. L. & N. TIME TABLE reasonable considering quality. M. h. 6:30 a. m. 11:00 p, Knoxville Spink, Berea, Ky. 3:57 a. 1:29 p. m BEREA Mr. John C. Jackson who has been 7:45 a. 6:10 p. m. Cincinnati Collego attending Smith's Business South Bound Local at Lexington Is expected home Mar. 8:25 p. 6:40 a. m. Cincinnati 2nd. 11:59 a. m. 12:29 p. BEREA Mrs. Mar- - I'. Dodge, State Presi5:50 a. 7:00 p. m. Knoxville dent of the Woman's Relief Corps Express Trains left last week for a two weeks' trip. rs Stop to take on and let oft pasien-guDistrict from beyond Cincinnati or from She attends aud addresses a Convention at Covington, and visits beyond. Atlanta and Mveral local organizations in tho South Bound north part of tho state, in tho 8:15 a. m. Cincinnati of tho W. C. T. U work. 11:44 a. m. BEREA W. II. Clark of McKco was In !) North Bound rca for a fow days last week. 4:56 p. m. BEREA Dan Baker and family have moved p. m. 8:35 Cincinnati . st 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 to 17.00 15.00 10.00 We guarantee these goods to be first class and as good as can be bought. Come and have a look and "Save the Difference." WELCH'S Mr. W. II. Duncan 'rom Norwood, Ohio. is wan Nine of tho young women of Um ell as tho ono last November, njoyed by those who heard him aud office forco of tho President's offlco ravo a businesslike party at tho met him. will President's Kntherino llowersox Miss House last Saturday ipeak before the Young Men's Chrli- - J lilght. AH reported n most enjoy-tla- n Association, Sunday evening, 'nblo evening. Quito a number of now student March 5th. Rev. Elmer E. Davis, pastor of tho registered last week, particularly In Academy and Normal Depart Presbyterian Church of Aloxls, Jilt- ures. Avlll nreach next Sunday morn- - meuts. lug In tho Union Church and at ih! A CALL College Chnjiel at night. He tuin-Font tho homo town of Secretin- To Geres' Normal Graduates and (Iambic nnd Mr. Hoggs. Former Students. Tho waiters of tho upper dining enjoyed. Saturday afternoon, The next Commencement at Berea room a "conversation boclnl" given at tho occurs, Juno 7th. This year it will bo slgnnllzed by a general reunion home of Alvln Todd. of the graduates uud former student Mr. and Mrs. Taylor ient Satur of the Normal Department. Hull anday, Sunday and Monday In i' - nouncements will Hppenr roon.- - Mr. Harold VanWlnkle from Lynu, Mass., who has been visiting friends and relatives here, left, Wednesday, for Clovcland, Ohio. The Collego Is now prepared to make contracts with those who wish to furnish wood for the ensuing year. See T. J, Osborne, Treas. Mrs. S. It. Baker left Monday for Cincinnati to buy a stock or new spring goods, Mr. Jason Sexton is visiting hour! folks this week. Mr. M. V. Roberts of Hazel Greon was In Berea Saturday and Suuda. Don't mUs the Christian Endeavor meeting next Sunday evening at tho Union Church. A musical program Is being arranged which Is pure to ba a splendid treat. .Mr. Gamble Is in charge. It Is also the regular conseto Wallaceton. welcome was cration meeting. A cordial D. M. Cbenault of Richmond to all who come. here, Saturday. Are those old scrubs of yours layMr. and Mrs Charley Burdette moved, Monday, Into their beautiful new ing? If not you had better get some that will lay. Ilaby chicks from S. home on Chestnut Street. U. Ilrown Leghorns, S per hundred. Mr. Cooor, "the candy man" from I have three cockerels for sale. Knoxvlllu was hero Monday. ! X. J. Coyly Is in Jackson County. Abljah Wilson of Irvlno visited relatives here, Saturday and Sunday. Union Tho Christian Kndeavor meeting was held In the Christian Church Sunday afternoon. It was a very Interesting and helpful mcct- lug. i THREE DAYS OlSTLY Simon Muncy. Miss Hallle Hill spent a fow days of last week with relatives hen. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ilurdetto who have leen spending the winter In Florida came homo Inst Friday. Mr. F. O. Clark was In attendant upon the State Farmers' Institute t Mt. Sterling last week. Ho made hu, address which may bo published in The Citizen sometime In tho future. -- I Indiana. Tho various history claKcs are reWhen you seo two straight marks stop and think. Then don't forgot It joicing In wnne very flno charts on by what you thought. Better than English History obtained abroad President Frost, over. Uerea hears of vlckncss and epidem Myrtle Joues was at the Miss ics In various parts ol tho state hospital this week having her noao forgotten what but has nlmofct treated. Mich things nro Itko In tho uiiusuut Mrs. Laura Jones has gone to Cinrun of good health this year. cinnati to lay In her now spring milBerea has. mado I la contribution o linery. tho local ontlon catimnltu which Is now being carried on In Richmond, GOOD FARM FOR SALE Prof. Dlusmoro soko in the Ojern 10 acres of natural bluegrnss land, iTouso last Thursday night nnd was by tho quartette; Secy. miles of Berea, near pike. Good accompanied 2 took tho quartette there Sun- new house, barn, all under good fence. takes Young peach orchard, 100 trees. Clov day night, nnd Mr. Canfleld ers and grass take readily to any I lie Band there for tho afternoon and part of land. Everlasting spring, nml night of Thursday this week. Hri- joined on one bldo by creek. Prloo day Is eloctlon day. This campaign reasonable, terms liberal. Best bar- for keeping out tho saloon ought to gain near Borca. Inquire at or ad- Le followed by a vigorous cnnialgn er pledge-signindress The Citizen, Berea, Ky. 1- at houw Bracker, who was of tho garden and forest hero three years ago, Is now teaching In the agrlcultuial dopart- mont of Purdue University. Purdue Mr. Emll M. 1). ,7 j , ' Mirlntendent STATE Y..M. C. A. CONVENTION , i Tho A"nun, Convention of tho Kon lJcl' Young Men's Christian Assocl. tlon will bo held JG-1- " at Danvlllo, March beginning with an afternoon on Thursday nnd extending through Sunday night. Tho sessions ttlll bo held In tho Baptist Church. A hearty welconio has bwn assur ed from tho people of Danvlllo and I ...... n ...III I I. ,no convention" "f re.il value to tho '"" v ,,H ; attend. FORMER JAILER DIES j 'onner Jailer, Jail. ('. IJickry, of Richmond died suddenly at his hom, Monday morning. Hu hnd had an t ick of grlppo hut had seemingly tocovered. Ho was stricken whllo at ' h barn showing a nelghtxir a horJ nnd died In'fore n physician arrived, Mr. lackey had sorted two terms ns jailer and expected to bo u candidate iiil the next election of county officx ers. i j ' Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week, because of being over stocked, we are going to sell our best grade of Rio bulk Coffee at 18c per lb. or 6 lbs. for $ 1 . This is a coffee that you cannot ordinarily purchase for less than 25c per lb. Not a cheap coffee at a profit, nor an expensive coffee below cost, but an extra good coffee at cost. Better lay in a supply now. Richmond is sure to go dry. C M. CANFIELD, Berea, Ky. Mr. Tom Hayes went to Illinois last Friday. Ills family expects to him soon. , follow I utn booking orders now for baby j chicks. Havo several orders ahead, (to if you want chicks you had bet- ter get your order In at once. j I That Counts Price never made an article cheap. It's Quality You can $200. It Here's where the wear comcj. Children's shoes need strong soles. Buster Drown Shoes have soles that wear. Mothers say they never saw children's soles wear so well. Mr. Marshall Vaughn Is visiting friends hero. Rev. Parsons went to Valley Vlow, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Stella Adams returned, Saturday, from a week's visit with friends and relatives In Brodhead and Mt. Vornon. Misses Annn Tato and Jon-nl- o Davis of ML Vernon came homo with her for a few days visit in Berea. buy a horse for $50 or you can buy one for isn't the price you pay, but the horse you get, that . counts. BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES For youngsters, $1.50 to $250 Bargain Day 2:00 p. m. SATURDAY MARCH 4 MRS. EARLY Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. John Dean spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents at Clover Bottom. Hor rout, .(pur roomed house. Hor particulars call on Mrs Laura Jones, Bcrcn, Ky. Tho Berea Bosket Ball team, not tho Collego, consisting of Henry Muncy and Lester Hill, forwards, Donald Edwards, center, and Earl Hayes and Simon Muncy, guards, went to Richmond, Monday night, to play tho E. 1C S. X. S. team. Tho f,ume resulted lu a score of 23 to IS In favor of Berea. Hon, Simon Muncy. Mr. John W. Jackson of Harrlston vlsltod his brother, Mr. J. 11. Jack- Mr. nnd Our Spring Line of Clothing, Shoes and Furnishing Goods for Men and Boys is by long odds the best in this community. You can rest assured that whatever you buy at our store is the best the world offers for the price. Ask your neighbor about our goods. Put new shoe on the youngster. Look at them in a week. COME AND SEE US They're usually battered, scraped, almost shapeless. Get a pair of Buster Brown Shoe. Scuffing, scraping, kicking doesn't mar ibey them they tanve on knocks, wear. BUSTER BROWN Hue EiUea SHOES Far youngsters, 11.50 to $250 RH0DUS & HAYES THE QUALITY STORK MAIN STREET BEREA, KENTUCKY f March j, jgu. THE CITIZEN. Pacfi 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. For the Best Far m Fertili Go to i The Best Possible for the Price and this year they" come even better than before, every job above $50 carrying strictly guaranteed and high grade Union City wheels, 12 inch full wrought 5th wheel and gear, and the perch pole is mortised into the head block "car 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 Chrisman Berea, Kentucky. tland ready to coopcrato In a ed effort to solve them. ' Mt. Vernon, unit- Engle, Good PHONE: 26 day, 46 night 1R. lb. Gbrisman "THE FURNITURE MAN" BEREA, KY. J. W. V. Feb. 25, 1311. Bliss By Byron Williams Schools Dock Motley. NEWS OF THE WEEK (Continued from first page) This a Ground of Criticism Tho critics ot this Ulblo, on tho Eighth Article Catholics Aroused by Many Translations of Bible other hand, regretted "lenvlng tho pure fountain ot tho original verity Their Denunciations Fruitless Attempt to Stem Protesto follow tho crooked streams ot tant Tide by a Catholic Translation The Catholic their barbarous vulgar Iatin trans- History of the English Bible Bible Merits and Demerits. lations." Characteristics Hy PROF. J. K. ROBERTSON Translations Arouse Catholics Tho English Hlblcs thuH far describof ed havo marked tho movement reljglous thought. Around each as it rams Into being then) rallied a pnrty In the Kngllih church. In each wero note marginal and translation which sustained tho conservative cr tho radical .branch ot Protestant A tho clew f tho u,u Catholic churchra raw tho ground slipping from beneath Hum they wire rouH-- d to action to brine England hack again to tho fold of tho orthodox EnK-land. faith. Denunciations Fruitless Prominent Catholic scholars wrote hitter books against tho different vurslonB of tho Ulblo. Their spirit Is socn In tho Utlo of ono which claim to be "A Discover! of tho corruptions of tho Holy manifold Scriptures by tho Hcrctlkes of our daloo, specially tho English sectaries, and ot their foul dealings therein, by false translations to tho advantage of their heresies in tho English, Illbloa." Tho peoplo wero pictured ns running from ono version to another In such rapid succession that there to confute. was nothing tangible, "From tho first rend in their church they flco to that which Is now reail and from that again to the lato Genevan illblo and wo doubt not this thuy will as fast fleo from (tho Bishops Illblo) to tho former again." Translate Bible With tho death of Queen Mary nud tho accession ot Elizabeth tho Catholic refugees fled to Franco and settled at Rholms and Douny where thoy established Catholic schools for English students. From thero as centers they tried to recover England to tho Catholic faith. From theso places camo Into oxlstenco tho first English Ulblo of tho Catholic chureh. Tho Now Testament was published at Ithelms In 15S2. Tho Tho Catholic Ulblo translated tho i Old Testament was published at disputed words In such n way as to Douay In 1G09, delayed "for lack ot support tho Catholic point of view. ' means" and becauso of "our poor For example, "church" wns always 'statu In banishment." used Instead of "congregation," The Work of Many ' "priest" instead ot "elder," "cathoIt Is not known how many had a lic" instead of "general," "Idol" InIart In tho production ot tho Catho-- i stead of "imago," "ienance" InHe Illblo but tho leading men wcro stead of "overseer." Tho notes William Allen, Gregory Martin, Rich- -' wero strongly Catholic as may bo nrd Urlstow, J. Reynolds and Thomas seen from ono In Acts VIII 27, I Worthlngton. Allen was tho enthusi- where tho Ethiopian "was come to ast for tho recovery ot England to Jerusalem to adore." Tho margin tho faith, a man whoso "forehead oskB the reader to "nolo that this was surely flint and his tongue a Ethiopian camo to Jerusalem to adrazor." Martin was tho scholar who ore, that Is, on pilgrimage, whereby did most ot the work, a man of tin-- i wo may learn that It Is an acccpt- tiring energy and great In argument, ablo act of religion to go from homo Tho others prcpurcd tho notes and to places of greater devotion nnd ' references that nccompanlcd tho sanctlflcatlon." text In abundance and upheld tho This Ulblo was distinguished from j Catholic point of vlow to tho great-- , others In that a word when chosen est extreme. as a correct translation was always used for that wonl In the Latin Apologetic Purpose Tho purposo ot this Illblo may ho text. seen In tho preface to tho Now Testa-- 1 Merits and Demerits merit ot l.rS''. It was dono "for the Thero hnvo boon many revisions mora seedy abolishing ot a number of tho New Testament of Ithelms nnd ot falso and Impious translations" tho Ulblo of Douay, some ns lato as which are "poisoning tho jeoplo unthe 19th century. Aside from tho der color of divine authority," distinctive characteristics already mentioned It must bo granted that Translation from Latin Tho translation was not from tho tho Catholic Ulblo had many merits. and tho Greek but from It had a dignity nud stntellncss ot j Hebrew ' tho Latin Vulgate, it was defended diction oven tho tho phrases wero as better than tho original languages often Inferior. In It likewise wero becauso It was "so ancient that it many happy translations and phrases was used In tho church above 1300 which havo passed into tho versions jears ngo," whllo tho Hebrew and of tho Ulblo now In use. As. Prot. Greek text had been changed. It Moulton well says, "every other Engwas tho Latin version which had been lish version is to bo preferred to this, praised by St. Augustlno and tho . If It must bo taken as a whole; no early fathers of tho Catholic church. other English version will provo more It was tho Vulgate which had re- Instructive to tho student who will ceived tho sanction of tho great Coun- tnko tho pulns to separato what Is cil of Trent. This was "tho gravest, good nnd useful rrom what Is and wrong." Hlncerest, ot greatest majesty and least partialities," and thero wero In STRONG DEFENSeIoR BEREA and It none, ot thoso "diversities Continued fnim first pagcj discussions" ot tho English versions acquittal of persons charged with "where every man translates accord"murder." ing to his own fancy." Its "Collego" has been an "advanco agent" In promulgating tho law ot peace, of sobriety, of temperance, ot "Law nnd Order" of total and has succeeded so remark-ubl- y under tho circumstances that in nil that wo claim for It, It Is a model j -abstl-l.ence, with unfinished business that It may bo said figuratively to baro lost its head, being now in no condition to duly weigh tho merits of any measure. Really the session is closing with nearly everything unfinished that wns on hand at tho beginning, for practically nothing has been done. 'I ho Lorlmcr case may bo voted on nnd most of the appropriation bills may iosslbly go through, many ot them with only slight consideration. Hut tho threo or four measures of Krentest import will likely go by tho board Canadian reciprocity, tho permanent tariff commission, tho popular election ot senators, the Parcels Tost nud the postal rates bill. It has been g an expensive, session. Later. Dy mutual agreement filibustering was stopicd In tho Senate, Tuesday night, tho movement for tho popular election ot Senators was killed tor tho want of four votes, and tho time sot for a vote In the Lorl-mcase, Wednesday nt 1:30. tinio-kllliner Papers Tho Young Woman's Mission Mary E. Ingram; Tho need of Union among Negroes. II. B. Hart; What should bo dono to push business among our people? Rot. W. T. White. Relation ot Our School to tho State Jako Pcnlck What should bo done to interest our pcoplo In farming? Secy. E. Anderson nnd Mr. Ezra Curry. Woman's duty to her husband-M- rs. Hnttlo White. Mr. Al. Brldgcwnter. Tho need ot a Parent Teacher's League Tom Brldgowatcr. How to get tho young people la luslnoss Mrs. Mnttlo Curry. Tho need of business unions Rev. Robert Ingram. Discussion. What can be dono to create in our boys a lovo for country Messrs. Aaron Anderson nnd Nathan Caldwell. What caro should be taken ot our church yards? Our grave yards? Messrs. Logan IJrldgowatcr and' Wilson Grover. Our County schools Miss LImIo Y. Graham, School Supt. Lecture By prominent educator. Exorcises By School. Lecture By Prof. Morton Coffey. Miscellaneous. Prepared by Prof. G. II. Balrd, A. M., Principal and editor ot Mountain Talk to tho young people. IN OUR OWN STATE Continued from first page MAYOIt HEAD WITHDRAWS Mayor Head of Louisville has announced his wlthdrawl as a candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Governor, and It begins to look now llko a quo man contest on tho Democratic side, ns the name of McCrcary teems to have sufficient potency to (llsR'll nil opposition in the primary. MAYO FO It THE SENATE It is reported that J. C. C. Mayo, will the mountain stand for election to tho United States Senate, to Buccced Senator Pnynter. Mr. Mayo has recently been In Washington with his friend, Senator Watt.on, of West Virginia before u lio.se, Interests ho promoted the West Virginia Legislature, and It Is said that tho Mayo campaign us outlined In Washington. WILL I1RADLEY RUN? Vnrlous rumors hnvo bceu afloat ot lato to tho effect that Senator Uradley will stand for tho Rcpubll-ea- n Uut nomination for Governor. tho senator denies tho chargo and tho fight will likely bo between Lieutenant Governor Cox and Justice (Rear. Mr. Hradley Is said to prefer his safe and easy seat In tho senate to a doubtful contest with tho McCrcary. Democratic DISASTROUS FIRE A tiro entailing a loss cetlmnted tit $80,000 occurred In WilniOr, Jessamine County, Inst Saturday. Almoit tho entlro business section ot tho town was destroyed. Nlcholasville, tho County seat, was nlso visited by a tiro In which ono llfo was lost. e, war-hors- e, Wlvre the river rlnt Hint the Ivy cllns Anil tho willowy ilp unit xuuy. In ii illnt;) bout w hii both ullont fin ii ntrtnm Hint elldi-- mvny. r u drift like thin All. the iulet l.llxp In tho eventide , ilny! There In pence nn4 rent on the rlver'i breast There is Jove im jet untold. There l I'nrnillne tn h uoitkiii'h eye Tlint the tallies fans; en fold. Who would flak fixj more by the lavltiK Khoro In the land of ll" Imneat cold! Educator. A BIO BARGAIN l.et me float auny from I tie cares of day In tho Kllnt of failing huh. Let ino feel the blias of a time like thin With a woman nlmoht won When a whispered tlioiiKht Is the aniner oiiKht And the day In almost done! MOST INTELLECTUAL WOMAN ' Mndamo Curio bears tho distinction of being tho most Intellectual woman of her ugo. Her work Is largely in that branch ot chemistry known as Together with her husband nnd Professor Bccquerel she discovered radium, a wonderful substance whoso possibilities wo are Just beginning to suspect. During tho past year sho baa discovered another element flvo thousand times rarer than radium. Tho new clement she has named polonium, trom tho fact that sho is n patriotic l'olc. Madame Curio is a quiet, modest woman and attractive In personality. Sho Is intensely Interesting as a lecturer and sovcroly exact In her methods. Her modesty, quietness us well as her exactness In method como front her early associations in tho University of Wnrsaw beforo tho suspicious eyes of Russian officialdom. tadlo-actlvlt- In a farm containing 89 2 acres situated on Copper Creek Plko six miles west of Berca, 4 2 miles oast of Paint Lick, Garrard County, Kentucky. This farm is almost entirely level, Is good land and has on it a good six room house and out buildings, a new tobacco barn costing $450, a splendid orchard, flno drilled well in yard and foun tain ot stock water Just In the right llace. This Is a great bargain and can be had for only $40 per aero, half down and balance In payments. Address J. P. BIcknell, Berca, Ky., or Robert Boln, Paint Lick, Ky., R. K. 1-1-- D. No. 2. Possession VALUABLE given at once If bought. TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE Don't fail to read our ad which will be 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. J. M. COYLE, Berea, Ky. lommuulty. Finally, Mr. Editor, tho timo Is rlpo nud emergencies demand that among the brainy legal talent ot tho utato of Kentucky, men In every County shall rise above tho pcrjudices and passions of the hour and seo it u solution to tho following problems can bo found: 1 Why docs government permit tho chief causo ot all our woes to exist? 2 Why Is murder bo prevalent? 3 Why do criminals go unpunished? 4 What Is tho primary cause ot the tulscarrlago ot Justice? Theso questions uro pertinent and demand speedy answers. County Attorneys, District Attorneys, members ot tho Uar, Circuit Judges ot our Commonwealth, the Question Is "up to you." Tito masses of good citizenship await anxiously Wo i solution of theso problems. MECHANICS "Written So Yea Caa Understand H" to bo held Camp Knox Graded High School, Saturday, March 4, 1911. Scripturo Reading nnd Dovotlonal Exorcises Rov. W. T. White. Singing Kentucky Schools School; Educational Conference at f also have a very valuable tows property In Central Berca on south side ot Chestnut St., opposite National Bank building. This lot Is 127 feet front extending back 175 feet and bos on It a good six room, ' two story framed house, excellent and barn. Also a good new J garden framed store building with living above Store room 2SxC0 ft. All In good condition and a tine location for any ono wanting a splendid business location In the beautiful and educational town ot Berca, Ky. Would sell this property as a wholo or separately, togothcr with all' my property in Berca, which Is for salo. For further Information address, J. P. BIcknell, Berea, Ky. 300 Pictures 400 Articles 250 Pages Every xrz 71 Month THE FLOUR THAT MOTHER USED couldn't begin to compare with ISAACS' Flour. We'll not say it mak'es bread like mother made for it makes a whole lot better. Try a sack and even the most critical husband will have nothing to say about mother and her baking. He will eat your bread and thank his stars he is married to such a fine baker. Made by, A wonderful story of the Prucressof tlii Mechanical Age. Instructive, but more fjsdnatiiiK thin any (tenon. A tnacailne for Itinkirs. Doctors, Lawyers, Te.ichem. Varniers. Business Men, Manufacturer. Mechanics. Has 1 JH0,tJU readers every month. Interest everybody When you see one wu underatand vhv. Akk the man who reads it, i itir newsdealer mil show you one; or write the publishers for a free aamrle copy. The "Shop Notes" Dcpl. Thine-Ho- "Tii'i1; fur to make icpuirs, ana article home and shop, etc. "Amateur Mechanics" furniture, wircleai. boats, engines, magic, and all the tlnnm a bo love. fl.SO ptr ymr, ttnclt cofiUi IS ctntt ASK YOUR NEWSDEALER Or Addr lio'ith POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE ZZ3WukUtoa 3l,Ct.Ui BEREA ROLLER MILLS ANDREW ISAACS, Prop. Berea. PageStx THE CITIZEN March Houre Where Lincoln Dlei 1911 h - i f r f Lilicolijs iavorite Poem r, i 1" HS-'jIIBBDj-W- V Rtalsu hsV ba kl. rulJ tKtworJ-ktJk- c J llofs. JHV. Jf'.y' , jfffffjef Aj For on fcCSfSEii TI.mmoB who lovsj tk Mtk of ns wu tonmoi ttnjiftl kit. X. A rlMKfEI B- - tSJ rM:wJv shfCPtX. S-- K" .k.'AJ.y .. k;ti.y At tr. ,. V ... Of ..k, ...fX wSk. fmitful .oil. of tiutva itU a. un u toU. t0a; Anitk caduruf flB ltrftEo itcL N. I ytf'MW The sympathetic observer, who found there no splendid a significance, guessed the se cret that lay within with almost clairvoyant Insight. That Is the opening line of tho poem which was Lincoln's favorite. It was written by n young Scotchman, who died at the nge of 37 tho age fatal to Hums, Hyron. Motherwell and other gllted poets. To those who appreciate meritorious verse, the snmo pleasure can bo here. In tho reading of the poem In Its completeness, as was vouchsafed Lincoln on that night of rare peace and talk of beauty nmld the tumult of war nnd stress of his peoplo's pcrIL This Is tho poem In full: Lincoln It Abraham waa once said that tho prevailing Fentlmcnt of his powerful, yet sad, countenance was expressed In the lino, "Oh, why should the spirit of mortal be proud?" I .' So .ow kcJominitM our ikoufktNv Mortality Oh! why ntioutd the oplrlt of mortal t proudT Uke a swift, (lectins' meteor, a ft-fly-I- n cloud. A rUsh of the llrhtntnc. a break of tlx HIS HAND on the HFI M AYIIRKAK of March 4, 1861, says Miss Tnrbell, found the city of Washington astir The senate, which had met at 7 o'clock tho night before, was still In session; scores of persona who had come to sec the Inauguration of the first Republican president, and who bad been unable to find other bed than the floor, were walking tho streets; tho morning trains were bringing new crowds. Added to the stir of those who bad not slept through thu night were sounds unusual In Washington the clatter of cavalry, the tramp of soldiers. All this morning bustlo of the city must have reached tho ears of the president-elec- t at his rooms at hotel, where from an early hour bo had been at work. An amendment to the constitution of tho United States had passed the senate In the all night session, and ns It concerned tho subject of bis Inaugural, ho must Incorporate a reference to It In the ad dress. Then he had not replied to tho nole he had receive! two days beforn from Mr. Seward, asking to be released from his promise to accept the portfolio of state. Ho could wait no longer. , "I can't afford." bo raid to .Mr. his secretary, "to let Seward lake tho (Irst trick." And he dispatched the following let- and there were numerous vacant o of asphalt, the passed cuer cobblestones. Nor Old the present stately and beautiful approach to the capltol exist The west front rose abrupt and stiff from an unkept luwn. The great building Itself was still uncompleted, and high sarcs. Instead car-rtlg- I S Adkor tkit wtIoforootk. Ite wave. pan-rt- li erve. from life to Ma reot In tlit I jiffy R?!!rT'2L ROM the president's room In the White House you can see prominent objects In Alexandria, hIx miles down the Potomac. The one prominent object which then for i" J Hkn.'V HK mt'W:S fe2sjHimkl ' ' GtA Lincoln ki u n imi. A common nun. ctrtk-krcOn. o tk krccj wko workVtaJ wilt ll com. Hu u ml ko Hu lor all kt o. rtk-ko- rlv I ok and the willow shall fade, around and together be laid: lie acattered And the younic and the old. and the low and the tilth. Shall moulder to dust and together ihall Tho leaves of tho Ke. w krt The Infant and mother attended and toved: Tho inotWer that Infant' affection who proved: The husband that mother and Infant who blemed Hath, all. are nway to their dwetMnn of rtjt. cheek, on whoo The maid on who bmw, In hon eye. Shone beauty and pleasure her triumphs are by: And the memory nf thoe that beloved her and pralned. Are alike from the minds of tho living eraaed. The hand of the klnr ttwit the epter hath born: The brow nf the priest that the miter hath worn; The eve of the nase and the heart of the Are hidden and lost In the depths of tho grave. lot was to WII-lard'- s Hurt & Ellsworths Deaffi as so often shown In hlg action upon the Judgment of courts martial. After the repulse of Fredericksburg ho Is reported to have said: "If there is n man out of hell that suffers more than I do, I pity him." "One morning, calling on him at an early hour on business," says Scuy-lc- r Colfax, "I found him so pale and careworn that I Inquired the cause. He replied, telllug mo of bad news received at n late hour of the night, and not yet printed, adding that he bad not closed his eyes or breakfasted; and then he said, with an anguished expression which I shall never forget, 'How willingly would I exchange places today with the soldier who sleeps on tho ground in the army of the Pooye from thoso win dows was tho rebel ilag floating from the stall on the root of the hotel In that city, us If In e of the national capltol, a fow miles away. President Lincoln's young neighbor of Springfield. 11L, Elmer E. JSllEvortb, mounted alone to the roof, out it down, and wns himself killed by the rebel owner as he descended the Htalrcase. "I called on tho president Just after , that occurrence," wroto John A. "and congratulated him, as I stood by the window, on tho Improrcd tIow lown tho Potomac, where. Instead of rhe confederate, tho union flag now floated. I was taken aback by Mr. Lincoln's joyless response, "Yea, but It was at a terrible cost!" and the tears rushed Into his eyes as ho said It waa his first personal realization of what the war meant. His tender respect for human Ufa had revolted Its first wound. It was not battle. It was assassination. lie did not foresee tho hundred of thousands Mho were to fall before the roat strife would bo ended. Ho Afterward learned to bear the loss of thousand in battle morn bravely than he bore the loss of this one In the beginning of the contest. Hut the loss or a ningle life, otherwise than In the ranged tight, was always bard for him dofl-nncKas-won- bre. outrages. With tho mother was hei The peaMnt. whose to reun. daughter, a beautllul young lady, wht fw and days attracted and oN fended tho patriot's It Instances. There were probably extenuating circumstances In favor of the reh'-- l prisoner, and while the president seem ed to be deeply pondering the youpP lady moved to tho piano near by, and taking a seat, commenced to sin; "Gentle Annie," a sweet and pathetic ballad, which before the war wan a familiar song In almost every house hold In the union, and Is not yet entirely forgotten, for that matter. It if to be presumed that the youug lady sang the song with more plantlveness tomac." "Tho morning nfter bloody battle of and more effect than Old Abu bad the Wilderness I saw htm walk up and ever heard It In Springfield. down the executlvo chamber, his long During the song be arose from his arms behind IiIb back, his dark fea- seat, crossed the room to a window In tures contracted still more with gloom, the westward, through which he gazed and as ho looked up I thought bis face for several minutes with that "sad, far the saddest one I had over seen. He away look" which has so often been exclaimed: 'Why do we suffer rever- - noted as one of his peculiarities, ill ses after reverses! Could we have memory, no doubt, went bark to tliu avoided this terrible, bloody war! Was days of his humble life on the bunks It not forced upon us. Is it never to j of the Sangamon, and with vision of end!' uut he quickly recovered, and old Salem and Its rustic store came told me the sad aggregate of those a picture of the "Gentle Annie" of his days of bloodshed." youth, whose ashes had rested for many long years under the wild flowIn tho "Anecdotes of Abraham Liners and brambles of tho old rural bury' coln" It Is related that during the war Ing ground, but whoso spirit then, pera lady belonging to a prominent Ken- haps, guided him to the side of mercy tucky family visited Washington to Then wiping his eyes, he advanced beg for her son's pardon, who was quickly to tho desk, wrote a brief note then In prison under seuttncu of death which he handed to the lady, and In' for belonging to a band of guerrillas formed her that It was the pardon stu who had committed many murders and sought. J ! was an accomplished musician. Mr Lincoln retelved the visitors In bit usual kindly manner and the mother made known the object of her visit accompanying her plea with tears and sobs and all the customary dramatic The herdsman, who climbed with Ills roots MP the steep; The besitar who wandered In search of his bread. Have rjded unoy like the grass tbat wa tread. NIc-ola- The saint thu enjoyed the communion of heaven: The sinner that dared to remain unfor-elvc- ter: n; The wisv awl ta-- foolish, the guilty and Just. Have quletlv talngled their banes In tho dust. the multitude goes, like tho flower or the weed. That withers away to let others succeed. So the multitude eomes, even those Bo behold. To repent every tale , told. that has often been True Popular Sovereignty. At noon Mr. Lincoln's work was Interrupted. The president of the I think a definition of "popular sovUnited States was announced. Mr. ereignty," In tho abstract, would bo llurhntian had come to escort his suc- about thlsr That each man shall do cessor to the capltol. Tho routo of precisely as he pleases with himself the procession was tho historic one und with all thoso things that excluover which nlmost every president sively concern hlra , . that n The thoughts we are thinking our fathers since Jefferron had traveled to uke general government shall do all those would think; his oath of otflce; but the scenu Mr things which pcrtnln to It. nnd all tho from the death we nre shrinking our Lincoln looked upon us his rarriagu local governments shall do precisely fathers would shrink: To the life we uro dinging they also rolled tip the uvenuo was different us they pleaso In respect to those mat-ter- s from that upon which ono looks towould cling; which exclusively concern them. for us all. like a bird on day. nut It se-dNo great blocks lined tho Speech at Columbus, O.. Sept. 16. the wing. streets; instead, tho buildings were 1853. We see the name sights s For we are tha same as our fathers have been: that our fathers have seen: We drink the same stream nnd low tho same sun. And run the same course our fathers have run. "My Sir Your note of the 2nd instant, asking to withdraw your acceptance of my Invitation to take charge of tho state department, was duly received. It Is tho subject of the most painful solicitude to mo, and I feel constrained to beg that you will countermand the withdrawal. The public Interest, I think, demands that you should; and my personal foellngs ars deeply Interested In tho same direction. Please consider and answer by 9 n. ra. tomorrow. Your obedient servant. A. LINCOLN." Iar tho Introduction, a ho vainly looked for a spot where ho might place his high silk hat Douglas, who was seated Just behind him, stepped forward quickly nnd took tho hat which .Mr. Lincoln held helplessly In his hand. "If I can't ho prekldent," ho whispered, smilingly to Mrs. Hrown, a cousin of Mrs. Lincoln, "1 at least can hold his hat." tunnel erected for his protection, entered the capltol, nnd passed Into the senate chamber, filled to overflowing with senators, members of the diplomatic corps, and visitors. The contrast between the two men as tbey entered struck otery observer. "Mr. Iluchanan was so withered and bowed with nge," wrote George W, Julian of Indiana, who was among thn spectators, "that in contrast with tho tow. erlng form of Mr, Lincoln he seemed llttlo moro than half a man." A few moments delay and tho movement from the senate towards tho east front began, the Justices of tho Supremo court. In cap and gnwn. leading the procession. As soon ns the largo company was seated on the platform erected on the oast portico of thn capltol, Mr. Lincoln aro?e and advanced to the front, whoro ho was Introduced by his friend. Senator Maker of Oregon. He carried a cano nnd a llttlo roll the manuscript of bis Inaugural address. Thoro was a momont's pause after nbovo his head Mr Lincoln could sen the swinging arm of an enormous crane rising from the unflnlihcdi!ome. Rut. as tir drove that morning from Willard's to the rapitol, the presidentelect saw far more significant sights than Iheso. Closed about his carriage, "so thickly," complained the newspapers, "as to hide It from view," was a protecting guard. Stationed at Intervals along the avenue were platoons of soldiers. At every corner were mounted orderlies. On the roo(topn wcro groups of riflemen. When IJn coin reached tho north side of the capltol, where he descended to enter the building, he found a board tunnel, strongly guarded at Its mouth, through which be passed Into the building. Arm In arm with Mr Iluchanan. Mr. Lincoln passed through the long They loved, but the story we cannot fold un- Thy scorned, but the heart of the haughty Is roM; They grieved, but n 'rail from the slumber villi come; They Joyed, but the longu of their glad. dumb. nrsa v 1 Litth Cabin Where Abraham Lincoln Was Born coccc TIME HIS PRIME MINISTER Lincoln Always Waited Till the fright Tim Before He Acted, Said Schuyler Colfax. was Lincoln's prime minissaid Schuyler Colfax. "He alwaited, as a wise inuu should until the right moment brought his reserves. George W, Curtis iuctly appreciated all his methods when ho claimed for hliu that lie t?iucbt to measure so accurately, so preoleely. Jhe public sentiment, that, wf vn hp Advanced, tue !ov.i hot ter,'" ways lt. jp all of the natlcn would keep step with him. Douglas constantly asserted that abolition would be followed by amalry negroes If there were no law tr keep them from It, but as Judge Doug las and his friend's seem to be In greai apprehension that they might, If there were no law to keep them from It. I glv him the most solemn pledge that I will to the very last stand by the law of this statu which forbids tb marrying of the white people with no dld-a- y! they died. We things' that are now. That walk on tho turf that Ilea over their brow. And make In th'lr dwellings a transient abode. Meet the things that they met on their pilgrim road, They Time gamation, and that the Republican party designed to repeal the laws of Illinois which prohibited the marriage of blacks and whites. This was a formidable appeal to the prejudices of the people of southern Illinois especially. "I protest now and forever," said Lincoln, "against that counterfeit logic which presumes that because I did not want a negro woman for a slave, I do necessarily want her for a wife. I have, never bad the least apprehen sion that I or my friends would mar- - j groes." "The law means nothing," he said 'Tl the wink of an eyo, 'Us tho draught to D. It. Locke. "I shall never marry of a breath, blossom a negress, but I have no objection to Vrom the of death. of health to tlni pal. r.ess any one else doing so. If a white From the glided saloon to the Mer und man wants to marry u negro woman the shroud. let blm do It If the negro woniac cap Oh! why should the spirit of mortal bo proud' Miami n. Tea! hP and despondency, pleasure and pain. We mingle together In sunshine and ruin. And the smile and tho tear, the song ami tho dltR-e- , Stilt follow each other, like surge upon surge. t March 2, 1911 THE CITIZEN trophfL Day by day I hare twit: It to get fifely toara mr e?rfL Marlon's soul dying within her. Som "Wi can do that within an hour." terrible secret is gnawing at her "And tonlgbt wb.;r wlU we find heart, robbing her of the very Uf Marlon T" which a few weeks ago made her the "We lire "At home- .- said NelL tnont bcauUful thing on this Island; near Obadlah. You msst hare sees omc dreadful Influence is shadowing the house f iou came Into the dear Page Sevea ' fsERIAL L2 STORY fvj ThQ Courage of Um 1855 Berea College THE MOUNTAINS, Over 64 instructors, 1365 students from 27 states. Largest college library In Kentucky. NO SALOONS. m tbe forest.' lng this morning Nathaniel smiled aa he thought of WOMAN'S APPEAL TO WOMEN hit tutplclom of the old councilor. "It couldn't be better tltnated for Her Influence Is Crest in Melding our work," be said. "Dees the forest Child's Chtraeter for Good or III run dowo to the lake on Obadiab'e Do Something. "And then" side of the Island?" Nell shrugged his shoulders. "Clear to the beach." So few of our women teem "I will shoot him through the abNell's face betrayed a sudden flash 'jo realize how greatly Intemperance domen so that he will live to tell hit Increasing in their own ranks. Most wives who did the deed. After that of doubt. "I believe that our place haa been it them can sty that they know one I will try to make my eacape to the watched for some time," he explained. :ase of a lady who takes more alcohol mainland." Br "I am tare that it it especially hrjD It good for her, but they believe "And Marlon " JAMES "Will not marry Strang! Isnl that guarded at nlgbt find that no person his Is almost a solitary cose, and that OLIVER leavet or cntera It without the knowl- .he habit cannot be at all usual. Tbe plalnr CURWOOD "You have guessed nothing no edge of Strong. I am certain that rrltcr can say that In the course of cause for the prophet's power over Marlon it aware of this rurrelllanoe Sve days, from different sources, sbe although she professes O be wholly aeard of four cases In tbe town In your titter?" asked Nathaniel "Absolutely. And yet that Influence Ignorant of It. It may cause ua trou- Kblch sbe lives, all of whom were far removed from the working classes, and Is such that at times the thought of ble." "Can you reach the house without ;wo of them were moving in good It freercs tbe blood In my veins. It Vj Mtxni C says a writer In Temperance. is so great that Strang did not hesi- being observed?" Dne had appeared at a party In a state "After midnight yes." tate to throw me Into jail on the pre"Then there It no cause for alarm," 3f intoxication, wtth ber husband In text that I had threatened hit life. (OeprifM IKJI tj UoLWUrrt.l Ou ) declared Nathaniel. "If necessary I the same condition; they were people Marion Implored him to spare me tbe dlrgrace of a public whipping and be can bring 10 men into tbe edge of who were in good circumstances. SYNOPSIS. er of the four, while In an intoxiTwo can approach the replied by reading to her the com- the woods. cated condition, fell over her little Capt. Nathaniel rium. rf th op mandments of the kingdom. That was bouse as quietly as one and I will go girl Typhoon, lanrfa crtly on Drarrr Itland. three broke the lat nlgbl when you saw her through with you. Once there you can tell Child'sof leg and years and injured ber. r trnnchoM of th Mormon. H la otherwise confronted by Obid.nh lTlr. an the window. Strang ls madly Infatu- Marion that your Hie depends on her ecantrtc old man and a m.mhrr of th you to Obadlab'a. I be In the same place, two ladles (marMormon council, who tell him that h li ated with her beauty and yet be dares accompanying women), near neighbors, put an ipwtfd. I'rlce Icuorr Nai'a pmuta. to r,o any length without fear of losing llcvc she will go. If she won't " He ried to their lives through the effect Uob that hf naa tot the ronc man. an stretched out his arms as If In antici- end barraln for the ammunition aboard th her She has become his slave. She pation of the burden they might hold. sf alcohol on their brains, further, loop. II tlcdt Nat by a aaltmn oath to is as completely In bis tiower as three ladies, living In bouses of high deliver a pafkac to Franklin Ilerce. though bound in iron chains. And the "If she wont 111 help you carrr her!" rent in the tame town, close togeththe United Platen. rrealdem of Nat aeea the frlchtened Near most terrible thing 'And meanwhile," said Nell, "Arbor er, far about It all ls that were known to have died from the f a younr woman who dltarp" In Ua darknrsa. Uavlnc an odor of lllaea. It she has constantly urged me to leave Croche's men" effects of strong drink. There are "Will be as dead as herring floater develcf that Plum e rlait to the UUnd the Island to go, and never return. many, very many, who are not what la to demand aettlement from the ktne. Great Cod, what does It all moan? I If they show up!" be cried, leaping they might and ought to be, because Etranr. tor th loollnc of hli ihlp eem love her more than anything else on two feet off tbe ground In his ettthu-sla- tbe alcoholic drink which tbey take, tlma prertoualy. auppoeedly by Merreon Caaey. the male, haa been let In rharre "I've got IS of the damnedest though it does not apparently lntoxl-- , the aloop wtth ordrn to bombard W earth, we have been inseparable since ?f If Nat doea not return fighters aboard my ship that ever rate them, ls undermining their phy HIUn a the day she was able to toddle alone certain timiv Price ukea Nat la the and ret the would have me leave lived and 10 of them will be In the ileal, their mental, and their nervous darkneaa, to th home, and Mnc"a tl.roucti a window he ate the Imt and her' No power on earth can reveal the edge of the woods!" power. The writer has often been bla wive, nmont whom la the lady f socret that ls torturing ber. No power Nell's eres were shining witb some- lold "1 am obliged to take alcohol for U the th Ill&ca. whom l'rlr wife, rium rt.:i at tin Mnr t can make Strang divulge It" thing that made Nathaniel turn his my health's sake; I cannot get on Bee, where lie la warned by a your.r "And Obadlah Price!" cried Na- own to the loading of his pipe. woman that hla life without It; I tried more than once la dancer tttrane recelvea I'lum crrdlally. prnt.aae indigthaniel, sudden excitement flashing In "Captain Plum, I hope I will be able three months, and bad to take It nation when h hear th pier, bis eyes. "Does be know?" to repay you for this," be sold. There tgoin." A lady doctor said, when ance, and promlaea to nunlah the (Kilty Hum araln receive wamlnc of hli dan- "I believe that be does!" replied was a trembling break In his voice a meeting recently, that three pub-cllie reacura Nell, who belnc whipped Th kin order Arbor Nell, pacing back and forth In his agi- and for a moment Nathaniel did not months was no test: at the end of six Crpcbe. the hrrl!T and father of Winn-!"- '. tation. "Captain I'lum, If there Is a look up. His own heart was near I - nine months people would feel the the clrl who warned Nat. to e benefit of abstaining, and would find and kill the two men. Itum and Nell man on this Island who loves Marion Plum with all of a father's devotion it is that they could do well without stimfilan to eacape on the Typhoon. that Marlon the clrl of the Hlace, Obadi&h Price, and ret be swears that We women could do so much ulants. U Nrir aider. She la not yet mamed I Plranc. I'lum cxrrj Ine hr be knows nothing of tbe terrible into save those of our own class. If we aff on th aWn. luunti fluence which has so suddenlr entook a little trouble to get more knowl(CHAPTER V. Continued.) slaved her to tbe prophet! He sugedge on the subject of the evil ef gests that it may be mesmerism, but fects of alcohol on tbe body, and then "I am beginning to understand a 1 " He interrupted himself with a tried to pass the knowledge on. little." be said. "Obadlah bad planned harth, mirthless laugh. "Mesmerism That people often snow unwillingthat I thould meet Marlon, but I was be damned! It's not that!" ness to listen to anything on this suba fool and spoiled bit scheme. It I "Your sister Is a Mormon," venject seems to prove that even a most bad done as be told me I should bare tured Nathaniel, remembering what moderate Indulgence in alcohol has seen her this morning." the prophet had said to him that taken a hold upon them which they In a few words bo reviewed the morning. "Could It be her faith? a shrink from casting off. They have vents of the preceding evening and message revealed through Strang learned to like It, and to depend on its of that moraine of bis coming to the from" narcotising powers, and the thought Uland, bis meet lot with Obadlah, and of doing without it is not a pleasant Nell (topped him almost fiercely. of the singular war In which be bad "Marion is not a Mormon!" he said. one. They ore the more concerned with become Interested la Marlon. He "She hates Mormonlsm as she hates the momentary enjoyment than with omitted the oaths but told of Strang. 1 have tried to get her to A very its ultimate consequences. warning and of bis Intcnrlew leave the island with me but she Inlarge number of doctors, who have with the Mormon kins. When be sists on staying because of the old taken the trouble to study the subtpoko of the clrl as Ls bad seen her folk. They are very old. Captain ject, have come to the conclusion that through the king's window, and of ber I'lum. and they alcohol does mischief and not good, In tbe prophet appealing face turned toward blm at and his heaven as you and I believe except in extreme cases, when used the Jail, bis voice trembled with an in that blue sky up there. Tbe dar "You Are Not Going to Kill Strang aj. n dm it Ther eav that mothers who I xcllement that deepenod tbe flush In before 1 was arrested I begged my Tomorrow." lake It not only injure themselves, but ' 1sn tV.lr imlwirn tfihfc find irn ftn tn Kelt's checks. Bitter to flee to the mainland with U-bursting with the new life me but tbe refused with the words lo eUn mKe hann t0 them "Captain I'lum, I thank God t throbbed within It, When he raised hol whtn nurslng them. Manjr wIU ou tike Marlon," be said simply. "Ai that the hod to me a hundred his eyes to again his companion's sr 1 kill Strang will rou help herr times before 'Neil. 1 must marry the there was a light In them face spoke M. Ulit they douDt ttu for they that Uve Drought up chiM, and nursed prophet' ' Don't rou see there ls noth"Yes." almost at plainly as words. on 8tout and they ue healthy ing to do but to kill Strang?" "You arc willing to risk" "You haven't accepted my price, ret, Bt.rt inphrfaten. This mar b true. Nathaniel thrust his band Into a Nell" be replied cuietiv. "I asked you "llj life m men mr ship'." bu. ,h doctori teii us that thouch Nathaniel spoke like on to bom pocket of the coat be had loaned Nell If you'd be a sort of brother ' rtout Increases tbe flow of milk, the tberu bad been suddcnlr opened the and drew forth his pipe and tobacco Nell sprang to his side with a fervor quality ls Impoverished. As he loaded the pipe be porUls to a great Joy. Ho sprang to pouch. that knocked the pipe o'ut of his band. A study of the subject could not but hi feet and stood before Nell, bis looked squarely Into tbe other's eyes "I swear that! And If Marion convince anyone wishing to do the and smiled. rbo;c being throbbing Ith the emodoesn't " babies that they would "Nell." he said softlr. "Do you know tions which bad been avakentd within Suddenly he jerked himself into a best for their be wise to leave alcohol alone. But, that you would have made on awful listening attitude, slm. apart from yourselves and your chil"Good Cod, whr don't rou tell me fool of yourself If 1 hadn't hove In "Hark!" you any care for, or duty to, peril IsT" be cried, ci longer sight just when I did?" Por a moment the two oeased to dren, have vhu ber He lighted his pipe with exaspera- breathe. The sound hod com to them those who ore falling into Intemperrestraining himself. "Why are rou you? Cannot rolng to kill Strang'' Hat be has be ting coolness, still smiling over its both, low. distant. After It there fell ate ways around by helping to you, form example and " Hla face flushed with tbe quee - jbowl. a brief hush. Then again, &s they by do someYou arc not going to kill Strang stared Questioning!- - into each other's public opinion on the matter, uon wnicn oe a area noi naisn. thing to stem the tide of female In".No not tht'" Interrupted Nell. tomorrow," he added, throwing away eyes. It rolled faintly into the swamp temperance? How will it be deep, far buying of a hound. a band on Marion, the match and placing both hands on the "lie baa never laid when tbe Judge of all asks you,"What His eyes were Nell's shoulders. "Ah!" exclaimed Nell, drawing back fche bate blm ks she hates the snakes laughing with the joy that shone In with a deep breath. "I thought they did you do to stop the evil?" Will tbe to this swamp. And ret next Sunday reply have to be, "1 liked It, and was the Is to becone bis seventh wife!" them. "Nell, 1 am ashamed of you! would do it!" nut unselrHh enough to give It up In The bloodhounds!" Nathaniel started as If be bad been You have worried a devilish lot over aider to help a sister?" Mcy 1 tell you a very simple matter. See here" (TO HE CONTINUED.) threatened by blow. It Is an unselfishness which brings "You mean "be Is forcing ber into He blew a cloud of smoke over the is own reward in better health, better other's bead. "I've learned to demand lis harem I" he asked. DINING OUT WITH FRIENDS nerves, better brain power, and a "No, ho can not do that!" exclaimed some urt of pay for my services since ronsciournexs that you are doing Will you I landed on this island. Kell. tbe hatred bursting out anew right? be a sort of brother to How a Boarding House Romance Bela bis face. "He can not force ber promise 1 to 1 could point out to you that your gan Between Two Homeless Lodgsteal Marlon and sail away He me If into marrying him, and Influence on the ride of temperance ls ers Who Had No Acquaintances. with her tonight?" fUing bin arms above his head In great, the greatest influence there is, passionate despair. "As there ls Not until boarding houoes cease tc lor It Is yoj who are closely related CHAPTER VI. (jod In heaven I would glv 10 rears exist will all tbclr romances be writ- to thofce men who All high positions, of mr life for the tecret of the ten, Shabby romances some of there as statesmen, clergy, doctors; It is Marlon. yropbet's power over Marlon" be astonishing words are, like that of tbe young woman whe you who give the first impressions ol At Nathaniel's groaned. "Three months ago ber haiooi right or wrong to the child apd mold though struck suddenly got so tiled of being called tred of hlu was terrible. She loathed Neil stood as thing" because she received no Invi- Its character for good or 111, and It 1 have seen her dumb. the sight of blm. and bad nil her nieali Is these Impressions lasting through "Don't you see what a very simple tations boarding to ect shiver at tbe bound of bis tolce When house table that she rase it Is?" be continued, enjoying the ut tbe eating alone once In awhile at life which affect the nation. be asked ber to become bis wife she took to Christian women, 1 call upon you to surprised silence. "You plr.n a cheap restaurant; end refused blm In words that 1 bad be- other's Strang then brazento keep Marlon from ly tying about the friends who had search Into the matter, and ou your kill lieved no person in the kingdom would to knees ask to be shown your duty. It Well, 1 will hunt up Invited her to dinner bavo dared to use. Then lent than marrying him. Is a great work, and educated women in a bag If riecfBia.-- r wa-- i young man In that Uio change came, una ' Marlon, put her There i month airo lean do mote than anyone else to help me mm sbe had and carry ber to my khlp. Hot that house who neicr went anywhere etth It on. one day sne tolu Do not let anyone say. "It wifor and just as sure as er. The first night tbe girl stayed out made up ber mind to become Strang's better and does not matter what 1 do." If each was luuium life's desolation nearly ovcrjtowered one tiald that nothing would ever be wife. From that dar her heart Tbe excitement had gone out of htm. Hten that poor little whits broken. 1 was dumbfounded. 1 rtfed something that each Noil's face. The flush slowly faded luced soul has made friends who wont done. There is and cursed und even threatened. Onoe bo cheeks and in his eyes there her," be raid. "Noliody wants me. one It meant to do, that ran you done from his t accuse ber of a shameful thing and gldamed something besides tbe matake by no one else. See to it that I'm no good on earth." Ibough I Implored her forgiveness a your part lu the great whole, and levolence of a few moments before. At Then on raie occasions his place at you will 1 know that she weeps thousand times not be without your reward Nathaniel stepped back from him half ver my brutal words sllll. Uut noth- laughing und puffing cloud of smoke the table was vacant. "New friends?" asked the landlady ing could change ber, On mr knees pipe Marlon's brother thrust "Yes." lied the young man. I bavu pleaded with ber, and once she from bis Government Encourages Temperance. Into bis porkcts with an exOno night the man and the girl met frung her arms round my shoulders bis bands The Army Temperance association that forcefully exprersed In a They blushed restaurant kid said, 'Nell. 1 can not tell you why clamation &00 by the of England is allowed Hut I must. his appreciation of Captain Plum's they fenced, tbey Jnally confessed, J am marrying Strang. "We're a pair of frauds," said th government toward its voiklcg exand demanded an ex- schema. 1 went to Strang "It's awful to think that to- penses. The secretary of state for "I never thought of that," he added, girl. planation; I told him that my sister speech ou the estimate war hit face after a moment. "Uy heaven, it will night when w go home w will havt paid in his listed him. that tbe tight of a tribute of praise ts swear that we have bees dining with be easy''' sviid tbe sound of bit voice filled her to the excellent result which have "So easy that I tell you again 1 am friends." lth abhorrence but be only laughed "Well" said the young bu, "tial followed the operations of this asso of you for not having thought at oo and naked me why 1 objected to ashamed cried Nathaniel. "The first wer ciation both at heme and abroad of Ul" of Brother-in-la- ber every step, and as the day draws near when tbe it to loin the king's harem I see In her eyes at timet a look that frightens me. There ls only one salvation. Tomorrow I shall kill Strangl" FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL Captain Plum well-to-d- A special teacher for each grade and for each mala subject many classes that each student can be placed with ethers hits himself, where he can make most rapid progress. So Which Department Will Yon Enter? THE MODEL SCHOOLS tor those least Basse lecture, library and general advantages as for snore advanced stadeats. Arlthmetie and the common bronchos taught In the right Viy. Drawing, Blngiag. Blbla, Handwork, Lexsonj in Farm and Household iCaBagement, etc, Fre test E 3 An-3t- h aud-dnl- i books. TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade (fraction tad compound numbers), Brickwork, Para Management, Printing, "Woodwork. Nursing. Dressmaking, Household MsoagemesL "Learn sad &un." ACADEMY, REGULAR COURSE,-- 2 years,, for those who haTe lore? finished common branches. Tne most practical and tstcrssuna; studies to fit a young parson for on honorable and nsoXul life. CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in this course so that a young sasa cay secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young: lady ha Hobs Bcienos. ACADEMY, COMMERCIAL, 1 year or 2 years to fit for business. Srea a port of this course, as fall and winter terms, ls very profitable. BmaO extra foes. ACADEMY, PREPARATORY, 2, 3 and 4 year courses, wtta Latin, Os can. Algebra, History, Science, etc, fitting for college. COLLEGIATE, t years. Literary, Scientific and Classical courses, "latere of laboratories, scientific apparsms, and all modem methods. Tbe j ai 1 eee-en- tii . 1 highest educational standards. NORMAL, 3 and courses St for the profosslca of teach leg. Tlrst year, parallel to 8th grade Model Schools, enables one to get a urst-cls- s certificate. Following years (winter and spring terms) give the tnformatloc culture and training necessary for a true toacher, and cover branches necessary for State certificate. MUSIC, Singing (free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory. Band, may be taken as an extra In connection with any course. Small txtra fees. y a- Expenses, Regulations, Opening Days. Berea College Is not a xnoney-makln-g Institution. All the money received from students ls paid out for their benefit, and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more he pay In. This great deficit ls made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea In order that It may train young men and somes far lives of usefulness. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protsot the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nnrse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings, and assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, recerrlng valuable training, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except la win. ter it ls expected that all will haTS s chance to ears, a part of their ss pur-ru- Winn-soma- 's tl-a- .. penses. Write to the Secretary bsfore cozitng to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES ior .eJotMng, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate ls the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes, are necessary. The Store famishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas tad other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no real for the fine buildings In which students live, charging only enough rooa rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of beddini and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week la the fall, and $1.50 In winter. For room, furnished, fuel, lights. wasl lag of bedding, 40 cents a week In fall and spring, CO cents In winter. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee tor return of room key, library books, etc. This ls paid but once, and ls returned when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school build. Ings. hospital library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction ls a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students ls $5.00 a term, JC Is Academy and Normal, and $7.00 in Colic-ciato courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent CJ tb term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: Vocational, FALL Model School $ COO 5.G0 Normal aad academy X Incidental Fee Room COO Collegs $ 7.M Board, 7 weeks M5 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 5.60 9.45 121.05 9.45 $30.50 iM $22.0C S.4I 9.l Amount due Sept. 14, 1910 Board for 7 weeks, due Nov. 2, 1M0.. Total far term If paid In advance WINTER $29.00 $ 0 130.00 $31X1 $31. Of $ Incidental Fee Room Board, 0 t .00 COO COO 7.M CO I 9.0 U-- veeks 4, 1911 C $00 weeks, 9.00 $21.00 9.00 $30.00 Amount due Jan. Board for die Feh. 15, 1911. $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $22.CC 9.01 $31.01 $:CL5t $ ret" sud-Ce- Total for term. If paid in advance SPRING Incidental Fee Room l?S.50 $ 5.00 t29.50 $ COO 4.00 7.0t 4.0C C.71 Board, 5 weeks 1941 . .00 C.75 $15.75 C.75 C75 $1C75 $.75 . Amosnt due Marsh 29, 1911 Board for S week, due May 2, $17.7f C.7E $23.50 $2Z.5o , $24.U Total far term (23.00 t2S.OO 124.04 If paid In advanct REFUNDING. Students who leave by ponnlstion bofeie tb end of s term receive baek fer money advauced as follows: (No al'owance for frto-Uo- J of a woek.) On board, refund in fall. On room and "Social nxper.s.H there Is a large losi oera. slened by vacant rooms or depleted olasees, aud tbe InsUlutien will reissd of tbe amount which the student has paid far tbe rssmlnitis only em-baveeks of ib tens. On Incidental Fee, students excuaed b;foto the middle ef a term itl f the Incidental fee paid, which certificate, will it certificate for be received as cath by Berea College on payment of terra bills by the sis-se-ct In porv.n, or a brother or sister. If presented wltlun four terms. one-hal- nt The The The For first day of Fall term It September 14, 1910. first day of Water 'erm ls January 4, 1911. firs day of Spring term It March 29, mi. le'ormaUnn or friendly advice. rlte lo the Secretary. d WIUL C. GAMBLE, BEREA. KENTUCKY. veonilnK tie Page Eight. ?otononononoiottononononononoonoiioononononoionotono THE CITIZEN. H March 3, 1911. hamnooed several times a wHk until tho scalp Is restored to a healthier condition, and then twlco a month will East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Bo crretoi!d(nc ptMlihed sttkit (or publication, ti Bit bat In fall ty Ue wtitcr. litre a tTlitnca of rood filth. Wilte plainly. tltsc-- Ite OaiolOHOOHOlOHOHOlOlOtOlOKOoHolOjOHOHOlOOJOlOlOHOl0l to ' namo In Fred. Abljah Gabbard and Its Appendages FOR REPRESENTATIVE will niovo to his new homo on Mack Wo aro authorized to announco tho imvw a fow days. Wllilo Nelson By EUGENE L. FISK. M. D. candidacy of Dr. J. A. Mahaffcy, of had a working, Saturday. Tho Bap Copyright, 1919. by American I'resa Koprcfscntatlvo of Sturgeon, Ky., for tist church of Shlloh la preparing to Afaoclatlon, tho 71st district, subject to tho ac build a now church house. Tho lie used with caution. of tho Republican party. tlon Misses Mlnnlo and Nora l'rlco have In somo cases dandruff la ao execs skin It oiii' of tho inot returned from Annvlllc, whero they slvo ns to constitute nn active disease, organ of the ImmIj JACKSON COUNTY have been attending school. Elijah accompanied by Inflammation. In audi TliH may seem nn pxtrnor-dlmirortAVIIAWK Hart and brother of Clay County statement to Home who cases medical attention la neceasnry. 24. A had acci Gray Hawk. Feb. 'wore, visiting Elijah Cornett, Satur look upon the skin merely as a pro and experiments should not be made. dent occurred tho other day on Ulrch day and Sunday. Tho farmers In The scnlp, like other portions of tho tectlvo covering for muscle, bono nnd whllo Oscar Brumback body, can be kept In a healthy rondl other underlying structure. this vicinity are now beginning to working In a trco fell and struck on farm some. Andrew Gabbard, It Is n fact, however, that the skin tlon by proier attention to bathing, of Ann Is n vital organ and that paralysis of sleep, exercise, diet, etc., anil all tbeso bis head, dying In a few hours. Tho vlllo, mado a bnslncss trip to Parrot, things should be tried In preference Its functions would result In death. Rev. Robert Tlncher of Longman Is Thursday. Dr. Goodman of Welch Ono of the most Important function, to soaking one's bead with high priced, visiting at J. . Dlngham'8 this wcck burg mado a professional call At The only Baking Powder made of the skin l to regulate tho IkmIj highly perfumed stuff out of fancy bot L. J. Itobertson recently accidental Clark Cunagln's, Saturday. Corn la heat. This It does largely through the tics. to 14 shocks of fodder colling ly act flro from Royal Grape Cream of at CO cents per bushel Old Anything that Improves the nutrition evaporation of water brought to tho which ho was hauling homo on ills aunt Louisa l'rlco died on Feb. 20th. surface by tho swent glands, lt ha of tho scalp tends to prevent gray balr wacon. and almost destroyed both Sho wns been estimated that there aro about Many theories hare been advanced a tho widow of Charley Price, O. W. Tlnc'aer tho fodder and wagon 2.000.000 of theso gland In the skin to tho cause of gray hair, but no cure to J. Sr., who died thirty years ago. Sho has sold his lot of cross ties or tho nrcraga Individual and that has yet been dlocovered. Black hair biscuit-makin- g. was about eighty-tw- o years old at F. Tlncher and gono home to prepare tho tlmo of her death, and leaves they dally pour out from ono to throe dyes mny contain lead nnd on use sepints of water containing salt. nnd rious poisoning. Great caution ahould for his crops. Ho also sold J. F. Tln- four girls and thrco boys and several wnsto product. bo exercised In using dyes. , cher ono mulo for $123. J. F. Tln- grand children besides a host nf In very warm weather this loss I cher and Green Hellard arc planning friends to mourn her loss. Aunt Lou Cars of the Complexion. qulto apparent, but In ordinary weath to buy a steam mill and set it up at isa was a pious Christian woman, and o Caro of tho complexion should er wo aro not conscious of It, and. It Flat Lick to saw cross ties. Jamoa lias been, a faithful member of tho In childhood. This doea not Is termed Insensible perspiration. Royal Cook Book 800 Receipts Frte. Send Name and Address. Mctcatt is going to Bcrea this summean that wo should rub the baby's Haptlst church. When tho nlr contains n great deal mer to mako a crop with D. M. Ward. ISAACS. of moisture nnd the weather man re- fare with expensive toilet prepare haullions, but that all measures which pro W. R. Englo our merchant Is ROYAL BAKINO fOWOER CO.. NtW YORK. ports cxcecslvc humidity, tho evaluatIsaacs, Feb. 22. Wo havo had qulto ing tics and preparing for a tide. ion of moisture from the skin Is re-- , mote a healthy skin action should car a lot of snow and rough weather tho ly become a part of training and dl tarded nnd great discomfort result. clpllue. Dr. Kmlly D. Smith who was in iiast week. Thomas McQiiicn Is very The reverse condition obtains, of I'crca for about a month assisting III with pneumonia. Wm. Parrott has The skin of the face should also lie ",r ,s I moved near Seven Pines. Grandma rlonn.wl nf Jllss Mooro as Union Church visitUnderstanding the functions of the i ..... II .... ui 11 . i or left last wock for Mansfield, O., l'rlco died, Feb. (J, and was burb;.l H1.IIUII mill ...I.. r..M.1ll n.t.....v..l.....l ...I.... iu tfiiii-........ mi .ii, '.lull glands may bo maintained. Pure soap whero sho will bo 1'astor'H assistant at tho Llto graveyard. We extend grave Injury to other organ may re and tepid soft water aro usually suf at hor old homo church. Dr. Sinltli ur smpathy to her bereaved children. sult If these functions aro suspended, llclent for this purose. Those who W. H. Campbell has gono to spent nine months In Jackson CounThrough the dim pageant of the years A man of homely, runic ways, hen the weather becomes suddcnly live In dusty or smoky towns wlH find A wondrous tracery appears; Indiana to locato a homo where cold the blood vessels of the skin conty. Gray Hawk, In religious work. Sho Yet'he achieves the forum's praise, A cabin of the Western wild And toon earth's highest meed has won, tract, and a greater burden U thrown it beneficial to use cold cream as u has had six years exicrienco as a his wlfo and children will join him n Shelters in sleep a The seat and sway of Washington. child. upon tie kidneys, which at once lo- - cleanser The fnco should be gently In a few weeks. Georgo Langdon missionary in China. come more active. If they are able to Is making ties for A. H. I'arrctt. D. Nor nurse, nor parent dear can know No throne of honors and delights; Kr.ltllV KNOII respond. When the skin I not In n The way these infant feet must go; Distrustful days and sleepless nights. 21. J. W. Maker It. Alien and Mrs. Laura Campbell Kcrby Knob, Feb. healthy condition its heat reculatlm: And yet a nation's help and hope To struggle, suffer and aspire. inadnf a business trip to Moorea Are sealed within that horoscope. who lives near Klrksvlllo died of Creek, and waste excreting functions are Like Israel, led by cloud and fire. recently. Mrs. Mary Moore chronically disturbed, with the result tncumonla, Feb. 22, and was brought was a guest ' 'F1 s ImBLHS Beyond is toil for daily bread. A treacherous shot, a sob oi rest, of Mrs. .Martha David that cither organs must liear tho bur-- . to this place and laid to rest. Ho last Monday. And thought, to noble issues led, A martyr's palm upon his breast, Richard Hunley from den. This menus that the iNxllly releaves a wlfo and three children and And courage, arming for the morn. A welcome from the glorious seat. Illinois Is visiting relatives hor-j- . sistance to disease is lessened. For whose behest this man was born. Where blameless souls of heroes meet; a host of friends to mourn his loss. He will soon return accompanied bv Structure of tha Skin. Miss Nannie Williams who has been his And, thrilling through unmeasured days. brothen Mrs. Mandy Couch of The skin Is ccihiik'schI of two larcm visiting at Klrksvlllo for a few days Hamilton, A song of gratitude and praise; O., la visiting her mother. the eplderml, or what Is tunned thn A cry that all the earth shall heed, has returned home. Wllburn Isaacs .Mrs. Polly Ingram. Measles is still scarf skin." nnd the derma, or "true To God, who gave him for our need. who has been In poor health for raging near here. skin." Tho epidermis Is cumiocd of wm somo tlmo Is still very low. Mr. and fccvenil layers of epithelial ocllh, which ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Mrs. Elmer Click spent Saturday Written by Mrs. Julia Ward Hoc in her nlnctltth jrar. anl read by tier at tlir act as a protective coating for the night with Mrs. Click's parents, Mr. hyraphony Hall celebration of throne hundredth annivrrury of the hlrtliof Abraham vvii.nu: derma. The derma contains the seba Lincoln, February l J, 1909. and Mrs. G J. Wild. Tho Rev. Jaa. Wlldle, Feb. 27. L. G. Reynolds and coons or oil glands, the sweat glands. Lunsford will preach at Uio old Oak daughter, Ethel, were In Richmond, roots or the hair, blo.nl vessel, fat. Grovo church. Saturday night aud Iast. Monday. Miss Marv Draniianmn nerves, etc. Sunday.-- I. A. Lane of Hrassfiem has and nleco, Dertha Franklin, were tho The cells of the epidermis nre con been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Jas. guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Rey- -' rhurch here, Sunday. Married, Fob. Heidelberg, Tuosday. Henry llotner stnntly drying up and are removed by Man- ,was visiting in town, Tuesday and bathing nnd the friction of the clothes. Click, for the last few days. Walter nolds, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. 23th, Mr. James Miller to Miss To mnlntalii a healthy action of the I Click who has been at Whites Station and Mrs. John Dotson woro tho guests gle Aldridge. Wo wish them much Wednesday. skill the dally bath Is liiiM)rtaut. Mil CLAY COUNTY for the past two weeks returned of Mr. and .Mrs. George Catron of happiness In llfo. Ono of Mr. and lions of iteople seem lo get alone fair- Mrs. Emmitt Cummin's children got Saturday. Services will be o SKXTONH CltF.Kk hnmt Sextons Creek, Feb. 21. M. Smith ly well without bnthlng. but millions held at tho old White Spring church i.ustand of Hazel Patch visited her Its finger cut off by an ax, Sunday. KHiple have had a working recently. Mum;w of consequence died before their time tho second Sunday In March father, Coleman Uurdett, last week. Sam Allen Is very ill with typhoid In nf neglecting such hv. Miss Jennie Ball has been visiting j , stn, nlKln MAKO CAP. communitv. Miss Samantha Fish left, Feb. 17th, glenlc measures as are. now known to roou hoii. fun iiaik. tho past ,JeiJ1MJ 8parkI! , Sand Gap, Feb. 23. The heaviest to visit her bister, Mrs. Lava Maglll, Tolutlves in Mt, Vernon 8lck..Mr8. Annl(J promote good health nnd reltnnco to (A grrat ilcil of llmo unit money urs week. Mrs. Nannlo Davidson who nrcweij who has been sick for somo wtuiMl In crylne to msk hair crow In sleet that wo havo had for several In Nebraska. Sho expects to sjond disease. poor soil. Hunt-glnl- a. years fell last Sunday night. It has tho summer there. The little child has been visiting relatives In VI r- - tlmo Is slowly Improvlng.-A- dd A dally cold bath should o taken Is expected homo, Wednesday. Cr and J. II. Smith have iron., fn by all who cnu renrt from the but thoroughly rubbed with this prep done considerable damago to fruit or Mr. and Mrs. W. Manous Is very Mr. Opplo Owens spent Saturday London to. Join tho U. S. Army.-oration and then wled off with a aof( feeling 'shivery" mid chilled. and other trees. There Is a great sick. Dr. W. D. Laswell returned to S. und Sunday with friends at Climax. 3. Wolfo who has been teaching a For the more delicate a dally tepid towel. The apeiiraiice of tbla towel deal of sickness in this vicinity, bis home, Feb. "I,, after an extendPeoplo are very much behind witli subscription Bcbool hero resigned j mostly bad colds and lagrlppe. The ed visit with friends In Oklahoma. last bath, with light tmonglng or spraying after use will surprise those who try remains of Ellsha Isaacs, formerly of Miss Bettio Reynolds of Langford was weir rarming on account or so mucn Wednesday oil account of 111 health, of neckInand client with cool water, will this method for the tlrst tima. The face should then -- Mrs. Lula Uurch Is sick this week. assist maintaining a proer tone to Id water. This Is be washed with tcp Clover Bottom, but for sovoral years tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. bad weather. tho circulation of the skin and fortify an cicecdlugly ral a citizen of Valley View, were brought Uoynoms last week. Miss Hattlo Is a general excitement In against cold, bronchitis, Thero LAUREL COUNTY pnciunniila liable measure for young boys and there, for interment In the family 'this community nbout a bear. Somo and tuberculosis. girls. .,, Pointer and sister, Bottle, of Boone, burial ground, tho 7th lust. nto re- woro hero between trains, Friday. reliable iiersons say they havo seen Importanca of Dlat. Importance of Cleaning Scalp. llttsburg. Feb. 23.-J-ason Evans Jt8 track mains of W. J. Dougherty, another of Tho little daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. tllnt lt ,m3 hCV(.n tw8 lu nddltlon to local hygiene of tho A great deal of time und money aro our former citizens, were also brought Jack Ikirnetto who has pnuemonla Is who fell front a wagon a few days --Thero is a great demand Tor cat-ag-o wasted In trying to make hair grow In fare, caro of the bodily functions will and Mrs. tlo and hogs In this locality is Improving.-- Mr. have nn Important Influence on the hero from Valley View and Interred In slowly Improving. poor soil. It Is a Illumi,Joah Murrcll havo been in very Mnsonijf from here attended tho nating fact that It curious but ns dilll- - complexion. Constipation In young tho family burial place at Clover Bot It Is quite llOCIttDItl) health for somo time. Tho Masonic burial of Joe llnr.l nf tom, tho 31st ult. Mr. Dougherty died ult to destroy Niiiierfluous balr ns It children Is very apt to develop through Hockford. Feb. 27. W. T. Llnvllle Regular bah 68 0t mtHUn,l ttt Ka8t I'lttHburn 'fcWo. Monday. The, Rev. suddenly, and Mr. Isaacs had been a lis very sick with munips. Mr. and - Is to Induce hair to grow where It is Inattention and neglect. J. P. MetIts should be established and proper surterer rrom consumption ior sonu;- - Mrs. L. P. .Martin who havo been closed last Thursday night with no caif will preach at tho Clark School desired. These fact nre readily ac diet enforced, (ireusy fried foods, pan additions to tho church. Thero will house next Sunday. Sarah Saylor Is counted for when we consider .that tho tlmo. Both leave families and many j,t Knox tho past winter havo return papillae, upon which the xrovttli of cakes, hot breads, oatmeal, candy, leo bo a singing at tho East Pittsburg staying with her sister. Lula Burch. ralntll'pR nnil frinnilu in ninnrli ilinir ' ed to tho J. W. McCollum farm. hair deiH'lids. are located deeply lu tho cream soda, should nil bo avoided. loss. Sherman Durham and family Miss Bertha Bullen visited her grnml- - church house, Sunday. Everybody In- - tnls week. Fella Allen and Henry The habit of thoroughly chewing the layers of the true skin, where neither havo returned from Dry Fork whero mother, Mrs. llullen, Saturday night vlted. .Miss S. J. Medley who 1im Saylor have mumps. John Daugnerty hair tonics nor balr destroyers cnu food should also be early taught. Leen Children are prone to bolt their food, he has been working on his farm. wns hem inr.r reach them. James Vaughn whoso house burned ;ter. sick for sometime Is somo bet- - 'of Island CItv jWhllo gono to prayer meeting Wednesday and Thurfcday u ImslnehS. Isaac Hobbs und family liavu moved down recently has moved nenr It Is true of the sculp as of nil other especially wjft foods like cereals. J. J. back to their old homo, known as Martin. Mrs. Mattlo Gadd lost a mo otner nlgnt, tuo wiuow ueipn lodt Jas. Banks and wlfo havo gono parts of tho Imdy that It Is easier to Iiotutoes nnd other vegetables, which should remain In thu mouth long "HobW Territory" on J. V. Wilgood work mare, last week. Mrs. soveral cans of fruit. Old Aunt Ann to Indian Crook to mako their future prevent disease than to euro It. Pro- enough for partial digestion. liam's farm.--J. W. Williams Is very John Gultm who has hud grlpio Is Coffee, a colored lady, Is very sick. ' homo. There was a small tide in Tendon of dandruff, which Is the usual cause of baldness. Is not ordinarily a Trsatmtnt of Aent. Sexton last, .Monday. ill of congestion of tho lungs. Dr. borne better. Mrs. Eliza Dobbs of OWSLEY COUNTY dlUlcult matter Sometimes this conAcne Is a disease characterized by Robinson of flerea Is attending him. near Conway Is with .Mr. J. It. Richdition ns well as fulling of the hair Is tho formation of pimples or blotcbe. For Workers. Born to Mr. and .Mrs. C. S. Dur- mond, Travelers Rest. teb. 2J.-- W Inter j ,f you bavu to Urnw ft MrttK,lt ne due to u debilitated nervous system, chleily on the face, but occasionally s on ham, tho 8th Inst., a girl. They has como again and as cold as ever, with pen and Ink. and havo not lh DisrurANTA which miiHl II ik l he treated before lo- other iHirllous of the body. Young christened her Sarah Harriet. Those y Dlsputanta, Feb. 23. Mrs. Ida Mr. and Mrs. Clay Smith have gono necessary beveled ruler or lino lustru-tcal measures are of much avail, The people suffer from two forme of this who havo tot so long been planiilng was called to Brush Creek .last Louisville on business. Mrs. S. P. ment, placo an ordinary ruler on a average Individual, however, can pre- disease, the simple mid the Indurated. to go to Illinois took their departure, v.eek by tho vent dandruff and resultant baldness In the former ordluury idmnlcti nr death of her brother, Caudlll is running Mr. Smith's bust- - blotter, with their edges exactly .tho 22nd Inst. Wo wish them much present. In the latter the pimples aru Loo Abney. T. C. Holt haH moved H. while ho Is away. S. A. Caudlll alle, nn'' touching, and hold tho pen by keeping the scalp clean. happiness and success in their new to his now housq which ho Is projections touch the The scalp Is prone to collect dirt, Of I a rilO slzo llllll llrv lllinl training ii Just has gono to Louisville . on business.... If? ,t,hnt "" "Ide Is ... There then no dunser of ciiiHi nun germs, inimirurr is thought scar arter ltiey rupture. In older pen home. Tho Rev. Samuel Bryant, of i.ow completing Reuben Abney spent ...... I suuiieiuy iiie i , k hmeared lino, but Mrs. iinrvey uieu (Mote, filled his regular npiolntmeiit the pen mark , uy some 10 no miu to a germ. Hut this l'ie acne iukch iiio form of reddenpri. .I w ....J,. Thursday night with Geo. Payne. " iiiki niiimiiii, It nil ills ya- - Is, nil tho greater reason for frequently inflamed ureas, often Involving the at Clover Bottom, Saturday und Sun- Mattlo Mcflulio of near Pulnt Lick mid six chlldren.-Ca- pt. J. F. Herd ,ier clean und unblotted. nose, termed "iieno roncea," cleansing the scalp. day. Tho ieopli) are well pleased tlslted friends and relatives ht'ro died, Saturday tho ISth, of some In mild, simple acne dally cleansing Bondt. Shampooing and Scalp Maiaag. with Mr. llrynnt, and always show last week. W. A. Hammond mudo a Kinu oi oraiu irouuie, ite wus a vcierA bond Is h rvrtltlrulii nf nlilfirntlmi of the face with cold cream and care A mistaken Idea esHs that the halt-Itheir interest at his meetings Mat-tl- o business trip to Borea, Saturday. an of the Civil War and was seventy to Pay money secured by niortKaite or Injured by frequent washing. As a fill attention to diet will often b sum Durham visited J. IV. Williams 'V. W. Angllu and Opplo Owens of years old. Ho 18 survived by a,wtro (Otherwise. A bond Issued by a cor rule. Isith scnlp mid hair aro benellhsl cient to effect a cure. Tho more reand family, Saturday night. Mrs. Brusli Creek visited tho former's and four children. Tho families of poratlon (or by a municipality or gov thereby provided they ure carefully bellious cases require the most skillful Jlthoda Click and children also left parents, Mr. und debt drlisl. Neglect to dry tho hulr leads medical treatment, directed against Mrs. J. A. Angllu, tho above named havo tho heartfelt I entment) Is an Interest-bearinfor Illinois a few days ago, whero Saturday 8unday. There was a sympathy of tho community. Mm. I certificate. and to dccomHltlon at the roots nnd Im- tho underlying constitutional causes, thcy will Join her husband who has social at Earnebt Gadd's, Friday Alex Mclntlro is very low with pneupairment of Its vigor, lu thu suiiimer Of late excellent results have been Man's Dual Roles. reported from tho use of tho Roentgen been gono for somo tlmo. night. Saturday and Sunday were monia. Jus. Noeloy Is not well. "Men bring happiness to thu women tlme exposure to tho sunlight will as rays. Such treatment requires much slst In thorough drying, I'AltltOT regular church days at Macedonia. lu the win Judgment Tho poultry farm in tha west end cf who love them, but also do they bring nnd experience and should ter lime bot towels should bo used, Parrot. Feb. 23. Born to Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Payne visited her mother, town Is on a stand still this week much sorrow, especially husbands." be administered only by an expert. Medicated soaps nre not of much Mrs. Clark Cunagln on Feb. 7, a Sunday. Several of tho Brothers of on account of bad weather. Henry "Two Men and (lrnda." by Mabel Acne rosacea, although so unsightly vuluc. Any pure soap will answer flno boy. Tlio baby Is doing well but thu I. 0. O. F. attended Goochland Harnes Grundy Caudlll mado a business trip to and formidable looking. Is often reset Tincture of green soap Is nn cxeelloiil lly cured by Iho mother Is not doing so well. Lodgo, Saturday night. careful preparation. Thero Is no dauger of stimulants, regulationdiet, avoidance of George Callahan has moved to tho OIll.ANIK) of the bowels uuduo loss of oil from thu hair, as the j.laco recently vacated by Lincoln and certain local applications. Orlando, Feb. 23. Miss Kizzlo lenTight oil glands lu tho skin quickly repines-wha- t lacing Is uot BakerHlsaac Cornett Is sick tills der's school closed, Saturday, tho W ' aw " Is washed away. In fact, by this disease. Infrequently a cause nf People sufferiug from week. Adam Price had a working 25th, with an entertainment. Ilegu-la- r clearing away the dead cells and this troublo for lots call upon Tombstones and Corner should seek last Saturday, and got a good lot services were held attho.McNow cleansing the o fillers of tho glands the physician, with every relief from a confidence of of work dona A boy was recently Chapel, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack oil supply may t Increased, lu old rure. provided Instructions are rigidly born to Mr. and Mrs. John Jones. Scott of Crooked Creek attended cases of dandruff the head should In followed, ' 1 tills Makes the most nutritious food and the molt dainty and delicious. Home Course In Health Culture VI Hygiene of the Skin ROYAL BAKING POWDER Ahaotutmty Purm Tartar usually stirTlco. Tho hnlr should Ik? briskly brushed twlco a day. This will cleans tt and promote n henlthy circulation. Tho scalp should nlso bo kneaded and mas. aged with tho finger tips, slightly pinched nnd pulled away from the underlying skull. This l. especially nec rssary whero the hair lacks vigor and tho scalp Is lightly IkmiihI lo tho skull It is a question whether electric mas sage, vibration massage, etc., hare any advantages over ordinary methods. VI brntlon mnssago In particular ahould THE No fussing or fretting over the Royal is the aid to many a cook's success. com-meuc- LINCOLN !!.chlr l,..tnn.it.,. . n-- new-bor- -- ( "aH shock-witho- ; i ,, s..r. ( i Pen-and-i- i Ab-'io- I o par-IiCs- b c.. s F5 FINE JB MONUMENTS Posts S. McGuire, 1Hr;PtnAcrs Bcrea, Ky.