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FAULKNER, MMMgcr tM-ffleta- t KnltrtdallSt Jltrta, y., at rid Povo-bec- i Vol. The Citizen BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAROII 0, 1011 ' Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with modem knowledge is to read a good newspaper. to tlie Interests of tlie jMioixntoiix People Oho Dollar a year. XII. Five centn a copy. No. 37 W.L.Douglas Shoes 2.o, $3.50, and $4 oo Shoes FOR IVIEN W. L. Douglas Shoes cost more to make than ordinary Shoes, because higher grade leathers are used and selected with greater care, every detail in the making is watched over by the most skilled shoemakers in this country. These are the reasons why Douglas Shoes are guaranteed to look and fit 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. ST STEP. So much about the prevention of diseaso. Every body in bearing about it. Not lew of the cure nsllong as diamine Is prevalent but prevention to forestall suffering, nml then nothing to cure. Tho seven filth diseases are to be banished, jlenth is to bo robbed of more than hnlf of its causes and the length of human life be doubled by thu process. That is n new kind of millennium, to bo sure, but it is none the vfin real nud true because its heralds nro the doctors and not tho theologians. But what of crime? In other words, whnt about the coming of tho moral millennium "the good time, to come" of which the world has ever dreamed, when the lion and tho lamb shall lie down together and a little child shall lend them? Why, it is to be brought nbout in thu very samo manner by prevention and cure chiefly prevention until finally thero shall be nothing to cure. Any objection? Certainly the need is as great in the one ense as in tho other and the method no less reasonable, np. CRIME-FIR- PREVENTION OF THE FOUNDATION OF FORTUNE The habit of saving, formed early in life, is the foundation of most fortunes. Thrifty people patronize the bank and are enabled to accumulate money and to prosper. The Department of Savings is a special feature of this bank. It has many depositors, both large and small. All deposits in this department draw 4 compound interest. One dollar or more will open an account. pealing and applicable. But how how prevent crime? In the case of disease tho program is outlined nml the theory has already had its scientific demonstration. Can no say as much in reference to crime? Hardly. Crime is emerging more slowly from the class that used to claim both it and disease- -. tho class of problems that were thought to admit only But it is emerging. of technical moral and religious treatment. Ami that does not tneau that it is no lodger to be considered n moral and religious problem. It means simply that the moral and religious forces nro willing to accept science as an ally just as they have done and are doing in the caso of disease. Now iu the scientific program for the prevention of disease the shall firi icord theinkey word is mnitatiov. What is.'or whatof be, crime? the first word the scientific program for the prevention Salvation 1 No, that would be to put the result before the process thu effect before the cause. And, if salvation is used as a synonym for repentance, that is a curative agent and presupposes the thing sought to be prevented something not now under discussion. The first word, the keyword iu the program for the prevention of crime is euyeiiic, begetting well, the transmission of desired moral and physical traits from parents to children and the elimination in the same manner of immoral tendencies nud physical weaknesses both right disposition and healtii for the child by the process of hereditary endowment. So is the Millennium, the Golden Age, then, A Utopian dream! Foolish liens! Well, if so, there is less possibility for mankind than for the plant less possibility than for the lower nnimals; but believes that, and we. are forced to Bay, as again and again before, "It is up to tho parents." Eugenics. Dr. Holmes, the physician, philosopher and poet, was once asked at what point the training of iS child should begiu. "Three generations before its birth," was the reply. And here is a story, n true story, that reinforces the point: A white haired geutleman of culture found ns his neighbors, in an adjoining seat in a Pullman car in a journoy across the great Northwest, a woman ami two children. He watched them for some time. The mother showed evidences of refinement. The children were both girls; the older with golden locks, a pleasant face, quiet, gentle, observant, thoughtful of her mother's comfort, kind and helpful; the younger had a hard face, was boisterous, irritable, .careless, thoughtless, complaining, rude, bad, a great tux upon her mother's patience and comfort. Several times iu the course of the journey the gentleman rendered them some little assistance and they engaged iu frequent friendly conversations with him until they began to look upon him almost as grandfather nud father. Just before the time for separation came, in the absence of the children, the aged man ventured to question the mother. "Are both these children yours?" "Yes," was the reply. "Do you object to telling me how you account for the difference no-tod- y Berea Bank THE SKOVGAARD GONCERT How the Combination Worked Number the Best of its Kind & Trust Co. We have The Largest Stock of Men's Shoes IN BEREA R.R.C0YLE OUR OWN NEWS OF THE WEEK IN STATE Dinger Quits President Fooled Governor Urged to Call Special Session of Legislature Explosion Kills Them Things Done and Undone by Six Good Fruit Crop Promised Congress 40 to 40 In Lorimer Possible Suicide- - AgriculturalTraln Cse Sheehan Accues Dlx Roos-- Drys Win. evelt Swings Round the Circle WILL THE aOVUUNOK ACT? BALLlNCJKIt OUT Tho last session of the Legislature Secretary Bollinger resigned as head failed to tako up the matter of f the Interior Department, Tuesday, tho state, giving as n and Ike President accepted bis reason that It would bi better to Ills successor, already se- await tho 1DJ0 census returns. Now lected by the President, Is Mr. Walthat tho census figures havo been pub ter L. Flshor of Chicago. It Is underllshod, tho governor Is being urged stood that Mr. Ballluger's resignation to call an extra session ot tho LckU-lutur- o has boon In tho hands ot the, 1'renl- to tako up Immediately tho We Cut The Price 1200 PAIRS OF PANTS To be sold at 50 cents to the dollar. All sizes, 3 to 54. Call and see and you will soon be convinced. We also have a few Men's and Boys' Suits to be sold at a sacrifice. We carry nothing; but first class goods in style and quality. Here are a few prices: - 25 to 40 cents Boys $1.00 Pants Men's 1.50 Pants 75 cents Men's 3.00 Pants - - - $1.50 Men's 4.00 Pants 1.75 and 2.00 Men's 1.00 Overalls -- - 85c Men's 50c Shirts - - 15c and 25c Men's 1.00 Shirts 47c Also carry a full line of Shoes and Oxfords, Dry Goods and Notions. Prices lower than any where. -- their dispositions?" "No." And the tears filled her eyes as she proceeded. "Before my first child was born 1 was happy in my husband's love. I had a pleasant home. Books, pictures and llowers were my daily companions. This child is thu product of our happiness, our love. But before my second child's birth I knew that my husband was faithless and when she wus born love had gone out of my life and all that iu had made life joyous had,vuuished. my misery, my woe." This child is the product pre-nat- of -- J. M. dent Blnco COYLE, Berea, Ky. redisricting measure, and It Is being pointed out that If this Is not done tho noxt legislature will bo elected from tho present districts and there will bo then no relief for two more years. It Is thought that tho matter could bo taken up and pushed thru In tlmo for tho election this fall. ContlnurU on fifth tho middle of January but up by him until the, adjournment of Congress. Tho reasons given for tho resignation nro tho state of tho Secretary's health. Mr. Taft expresses great rogret at tho loss of Mr. llalllngcr from his official family and In a letter of some longth which has been made public violently scores all thoso who have spoken derogatorlly of Mr. conduct of his department. Will tho President bo ablo to con- vlnce tho Araorlcan public that tho retiring Secretary Is purely u. victim of malicious persecution? TUB PllESIDENT MEANT IT It now apeara that tho In Congress thought that Presi dent Taft waa merely bluffing and that ho would not call tho extra, see- (don. Uut thoy reckoned wrongly, for, was held influences and Disposition is largely the product of disposition determines the life for happiness or misery; for the good or the bad. Of course a bad disposition may be transformed into a good one, but it most often is not. And until children are the product of intelligent love instead of animal lust, until parents begin to influences upoh their offspring, the world weigh theeffect of may prepare to content itself with but slow diminution of its criminal record. Let it be remembered that the ounce is worth the pound the ounce of prevention, the pound of cure iu the case of crime, infinitely more, and that eugrnicH is the first word iu the preventive process. What is the next? pro-nat- WRITE TO THE GOVERNOR. Governor Willson is being urged to cnll an Extra Session of the Legislature. Head the figures presented by Mr. C.S. Wilson on the subject of redMrietiny given on the eighth page of this issue, and, if you think it is time for action, write, the Governor. Put in a word for the county unit bill also. Help to right the wrong. Ptt j ' ' 3 REASONS - WHY almost simultaneously with tho ad-- 1 Journment last Saturday, tho call was Issued for tho extraordinary session to conveno on April th. Two years of tho President's term oro gone, during which tlmo thero has been sono extra ueuslon and thu regular session. Now tho last two years begin with n second extra session. Tho chief matter to bo taken up In April Is of coureo' tho reciprocity agreement with Canada which tho Scnato failed to act upon although It carried by nu overwhelming majority In tho Houbo. It Is hoped also that action will bo taken on thu tariff commls- (Coutlmird on fifth gr Our Stores arc the Best Places fop You to Trade. ' First "Quantity," second "Quality" and third "Equality." Now if you can get more for your money and get only first class goods, and all are treated alike, isn't that a difference? So again we proclaim: Go to Every and accept low standards of an audi- A decided majority ot any Small enco? Contingent of the Audience pot chapel audienco Is up to the very With Their Kind. best standard, but It Is too bad that a classical audienco and a classical proTho combination worked, worked gram bavo to be spoiled or nearly bo to perfection the fifty thousand dol by a vaudevlllo contingent In the lar hand and the thirteen thousand nuiiienco. It Is too bad that a dls- dollar lolln. Ono hardly expects any tingulshed artist has to request a ' advertised program to be as good as number' ot seats to be vacated promised for tho reason that ho has tho talking of a few attracts r, so often been disappointed. If, his attention from his Instrument. It ho chances to find ono better Is too bad that ho was forced to rethan advertised tho pleasure and en- mind a Berea uudienco that they joyment that ho geta from It seem ought to bo Just as nice uu his Lexto bo enhanced, and It may bo truthington audience, it la too bad that fully said of tho program Saturday people presumably Intelligent can't night that It was as good as promis- leave their chowlng gum and candy ed, even bettter and much bet- at homo on an occasion like this, it ter than anybody expected. Not only Is too bad that thero Is such a sprinkdid the combination of the hand and ling of vulgarians vulgarians In this tho work, but ' the senso and the matter of isolated pro Stradlvarlus entlro combination worked. By that miscuous and out ot placo hand clap- is meant that there was no weak num- - j ,)lng, Ther0 ought to auch a Kn1. her on the program, air. KOgaaru , 0r ,wenPv. .lonnmm nml or.,.r. Is what he professes to bo, a musical tesy-g- ood manners-crea- ted and de- ... .1 . I I. uiudi, uuii, uiuru iluiin mm, no I niandod by tho citizens, thfc htnr a master of hla art. Ills first two cla88 of Btudents nud tho faculty that numbers which were tho first num- - gucn coduct as Is often been In the bors on tho program were announc- - ;cnapel wouId ouuawed. Thero Is cd as classical and his audience was - hoodlum element tint iii.s n,i..i asked to attempt to appreciate them, an exhibition ot Itself and selects at least to respect them becauso they the most sacred places to do It In. wore classical, and they were appreIt Infests tho chapel every Sunday ciated by a goodly number of tbj night when there Is no charge, ami audienco, nt least Iu hla other numIt doesn't hesitate to nn adbers, which were hardly less classical, mission fee sometimes to get an opho touched tho common cord and portunity to exploit its 111 manners. found his audience almost as sympa30- thetic to his touches as the strings TUBERCULOSIS DAY-A- PRIL of his instrument. Churches Asked to Observe the Day I20O Kentucky Ministers to be Any appreciation of the program Enlisted. would bo Imperfect without giving much credit to tho accompanist, Miss April 30th, has been bet aside this Indeed her place, year as "Tuberculosis Day" and will Alice McClung. whllu not as important as that of tho bo observed by 200,000 churches In violinist, was filled comparatively with tho country In a manner similar to as much skill, aud a number ot that of "Tuberculosis Sunday" in iwrsons havo been heard to say that 1910, when over 40,000 sermons were liho was tho most sympathetic ,an'd preached on tho prevention of conmost nearly perfect accompanist thoy sumption. Tho Kentucky Associahad over heard. Ilcr rendition of tion for the Study and Prevention of Liszt's Polonaise No. 2 was enthusias- Tuberculosis states that It will wake tically received. a special effort to enlist every ono Miss Warner, tho vocalist, was not of over 1200 ministers In Kentucky with tho parly owing to sickness, but to glvo their In bringher placo was filled by Miss Ikards. ing this vitally Important subject beIt Is doubtful whether Berea ever fore tho members of their respective heard deeper, richer and sweeter sing- churchos. It 18 estimated that in this ing than Miss Ikards contributed to way over 250,000 persons In Kentho program. She was free from tho tucky will bo enlisted In this move-mon- t. usual uffectatlou and ono would think In ono respect "Tuberculosis Day" that hers was the music ot tho of this year will differ from "Tuberheart aud tho soul. But something elso ought to bo culosis Sunday" ot 1910. Instead of said, not of tho program, but of tho requesting the churches to glvo to audience. An audienco is a part of tho Tuberculosis causo a special Suu-da- y It has an important service, the Statu Association Is tho concert. part to play, and why shouldn't It this year golug to ask that meetings Ikj taken Into consideration In any at which Tuberculosis and Its preappreciation or adverse criticism of vention bo discussed, bo held on. Sunday, April 30th, or on any day near that dato, either In thp week preceding or tho week following. Tho object Is to get as many people in Kentucky ox possible to think about this great problem afflio samo time. It Is conservatively estimated that there are in Kentucky today at least 20,000 persons suffering from this dlseaso In some form or other. The State Association Is planning to distribute educational leaflets In connection with this day and It Is eurnestly desired that the public will tako an actlvo part In stamping out this preventable dlseaso which scuds over 6,000 ot our cltlrens to an early grave every year and causeB an' economic loss to our state' ot over $13,000,000 annually. how-oveA 1 1 a program? Why should wo make high demands of a concert company iy CROWDED OUT WELCH'S and "Save the Difference. ou page eight., Wo hope to make room for them next week. l'rof. lloberUon's article ou tho History of the English Blblo wan crowded out again this week, also our Health articlo that usually comes Pape Two THE CITIZEN March 9, 1911 FAMILIES The Citizen A family TIE SIXTY-FIR- ST T. R.-OPL- ANE FOR ROOSEVELTIAN MORE CONFIDENCE newspaper for all that It right true and interesting (Published every Thursday at Demi, Ky. CONGRESS ENDED President Calls Special Session to Meet in April CANNON LAYS DOWN THE GAVEL At the Last Members of Doth Houses Sang Patriotic Songt, Shook Handt and Were Jolly Good Fellows April 4 Commercial Affairs Gradually Shaping For Good Business Trend To- BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporate) ward Improvement. New York - R. l. Dun & Co.'a weekly Review of Trado said; Tho general trend during tho week FOOD DERANGES A STOMACH hai 'been toward InrprovomcnL The railway rate finding and tho prosrcct Culinary Responsibility From a Temperance Standpoint Creates of an extra eiwslon of oongrs havo Liquor Thirst. not prevented further prctrresii toward the of btHlnrva confiTho wholo territory of the drink dence and uctlvity. question lies contiguous to that of the Progress Unchecked. food question, It overlaps It In many Unchecked progress nppearo in the places. Had cookery Is the unexpectiron and steel trade, with no cancella- ed cause ot many an aching heart, thw tions ot railroad ordem remitting from Insidious destroyer of many a happy tlio recent decision regarding freight home. It Incite domestic discord. Inrates. Tim leading producer U stead- duces Intemperate habit and scatter ily expanding it blant furnace opera- broadcast tho seeds ot dlsoase. It I tions, now havlnK fully 65 jcr cent of a powerful ally ot the saloon and tho rapacity active, and tlio doMlgnrd re- brothel, and one of tho most formidable evils with which civilization and duction in pig Iron stocks la being ultitough on a moderato Christianity have to contend. The largest portion of the daily fare scale. This nmo Interest did an excellent export busJnea last month, and of the American people la Inharmon-lousl- y prepared or improperly cooked. tho record of new orders exceeds! the s January nite, while shipment likewise Consequently, it Is Indigestible and unsatisfying. Such food Increased. innu-trltlou- J. P. Faulkner. Editor and Manager. Subscription Rates PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. One year Hli Months ' Throo Morvths lVwt-ofllo- o J1.00 W 2S Bond money by or Express Horvy Order, Dmft, ItrorUtrrcd Iettcr, or one and two omt auunps. The iJale nXlrr your reunn on labI hows to what itato your subscription Is pild. If It Is not ctuuiKixl milhln Uirr r ua. renewal iwki ofU--numbers willnotifygladly nipplied Mbolng bo it wo ore notlrled. chreip, with nrrr Fine premiums md prompt renewals. Send for r remlum List. Liberal terms given to any ono who obtain new subscrtptkms for us. Any ono ending us four yearly BUttfcrlptkm tin recrtvn The allien free for WmscJf for one year. Advertrslng ratca on appMcotlon." Set for Extraordinary Session. fol- MEMBER OP ratifying tho Canadian reciprocity agreement. It la not his present purpose to suggevt the enactment of any ether legislation. lowing adjournment of tho Gist conn gress President Tnft had Issued colling tho now congress lo meet In extraordinary session at noon on Tuesday, April 4. On that day ho will send a mcssago to congress explaining that ho haa called it together for tho purport of nproc-lomatlo- Washington. Within tho hour KENTUCKY TOBB3 ASSOCIATION. J Next June we, all may long for th balmy daya of January. In the cat Possibly L onld enjoythe pet keenly life Inuhow tli moro alley. Some people' can find a typographical orror who never find an Idea ol their own. We havo yet to discover an egg that haa been Improved by the cold stor- age treatment "Gaseous Imbecility" has taken Its plaoo In the hall of fann besldo "Innocuous desuetude." JOSEPH Higher education, too, lias Its dangers. An Illinois girl started for college, but got married on the way. d Chicago Is to havo grand opera In tho house. English next season. If Chief Stew-ar"From that time to this." aid Mr. has his way It will also Lave It In Cannon. "I havo never forgotten that clothing. my duty to tho house was to obey Its will and enforce Us rules and preside In tho Boston high schools 3,000 with courtesy and Impartiality." girls are taking the commercial course. Tho boys will have to go west BAILEY KICKS OVER TRACES. or south. Texas Senator Resigns Job arid Then A Denver surgeon was stricken with Reconsiders Action. appendicitis whllo operating on a paWashington. Senator Joseph W. tient for that disease. Maybe It It Bailey added to the excitement surcatching, after all. rounding tho adjournment of tho sixty-fircongress by resigning as senator That Jersey architect who failed to provide a stairway for a new school-hous- e from Texas. la must havo realized that this Angered hy tho attitude of his the, age of aviation. in favoring tho now constitution of Arizona, te whose radical featThree and a half millions was the ures 'Mr. Bailey baa declared his unvalue of tho foreign trade of the dying opposition, ho took his (resignaUnited States last year. Pretty big tion to tho vice president. Mr. Shercountry this, isn't it? man declined to havo anything to do with It. big market for Russia affords a 'Mr. Bofley then telegraphed it to American typewriters. To Judge from Gov. Colquitt, of Texas, who prarap'Jy tho cartoons we see, Russia Is not a refused to accept It big market for American safety Mr. Bailey's colleagues urged him to razors. reconsider his action. Not a few prophesied that he would tWnk There is a powerful movement In of bis decision "after he cooledbetter off" e grand opera In English, favor of such productions and- he finally with drow his resignathe fact that tend to discourage the elegant art of tion. conversation. de-plt- Speaker Cannon in laying down tho gavel, having served four terms, referred to his selection eight years ago after nearly. 30 years' service In a CANNON. the big appropriation measures, but falling to ratify tho Canadian reciprocity agreement. All hope of securing approval of tho reciprocity pact had failed away and it was displaced by a definite understanding that tho president did not desire tho senate to take up tho matter for consideration on tho last day of Its session. Cotton Good. Operations In tho irnnnry cotton goodet markets and in tbo Jobbing hourc9 nro stilt of a very conscrvaiivo WAR CLOUD IS SEEN character, and a rfiort houeo txxueon la foreshadowed by tho falling off In tho DIE attendance of buyers. Tho export ITALY AND AUSTRIA HURRY shipments of cotton goods to date oro substantially ahead of a-- year ngo. TROOPS TO BOUNDARY. SIXTY-FIRSCONGRESS PASSED Shoes Below Normal.'1 INTO HISTORY AT NOON Movement to Regain Possession ot BuFinosa In rhortt continued hclow SATURDAY. Trieste Assumes Sudden of the year, and normal for this many factories am only partly emForce. Buyerw are holding off for ployed. BILLS PASSED BIG SUPPLY London. Austria and Italy ore hur lower prices as a rule, although Mime rylng troops and guns to tho frontier of thum are beginning to display moro that separate them. Tbo military Interest, and might oierato quite lib erally on tdlght concetalons. In price. Is being Canada Reciprocity Agreement Falls movement governmentsexecuted quietly, but both are animated by Tariff Board Bill a spirit which of Ratification bodes trouble. Tendency to Expand. Adopted Plan to Reimburse Lorl-me- r Tho Irredentist agitation In Italy Bradetreot'a lvttvr uald: for Expenses Falls. to regain possession of Trieste, on the Spring Jobbing trade tend to excoast, and Trent, In tho Tyrol, from ses- Austria, has assumed sudden forco pand, but tloon w gradually, wlfli Washington. The Sixty-firs- t still In eviuonro and with sion of congress was adjourned at and activity. :s Tho question asked again small lets buying for actual repitro-uicnnoon Saturday, after passing all A California Aviator Recently Took Hit Wife and Children Up With Him on a Trip. ADJOURNS T SINE deranges the stomach, and a deranged stomach I responsible for more misdeeds and tins than a cnrnnl heart, write Mrt. Kmmn Ewlng In an exchange. Poor coffee Induces an unnatural thirst for lager beer. Badly prepared, innutrltlous food drive thousands to drinking dens, and the recruiting offices of crime are filled with stragglers from poorly provisioned There, wwi st , MILLION DOLLAR LOSS. noston spinster wants a tax on bachelors. But surely she Big Business Block Burned In Minneapolis Two Missing would not have any man value her so cheaply that be would marry her to Minneapolis, Minn. A wholesale tave a paltry five. section of this city was threatened by Harvard astronomers have discov- a flro that started in tho Syndicate ered a new star, but as said star Is block, and a loss of $1,000,000 wax Infoot one of the football variety, the flicted before tho fire was subdued discovery Is not making much of a several hours later. St. Paul sent apparatus. hit with the students. Two women who were asleep In the "Chicago Is a burglar's paradise," building at tho jurao of tho flro nro m aays a JuTiat who Is In a position to ported missing. They are Miss Mary know. Aside from that and a few Buck, proprietress of tho Arion resother defects it Is a good place to live taurant, and Bertha lindens, her maid. Twclvo persons were rescued from In if one Isn't particular. the upper stories of tho building while Europe has now definitely decided tho flames were roaring around them. that Tolstoi was Insane. This may Somo of these sustained slight Inbo true, but It seems as though a lit- juries, but none was seriously hurt. tle more of that sort of Insanity The origin of tho flro la unknown. wouldn't hurt Europe any. A five-doll- g wearing tight trousers and padless coats comes into general use we know a great many If the fashion of OVER.SEA RECORDS SMASHED. The Mediterranean Crossed ing Machine. By a Fly- Nice, Prance. All records for oversea lllghtB were broken by Unit. Many readers of newspapers have Einllo Hague, of tho French army, who wondered at the meaning of thoso rlow acroHU the Mediterranean sea In words found at tho end of ft Blcrlnt monoplane. Ho covered mysterious disappearance stories: nr.re than 200 kilometers, of about ''Detectives have been assigned to the 24 miles. case." This feat Is madn nil the more remarkable because he accomplished It At any rate the Chicago woman who without tho assistance of tugs, tor aid the rode all night on street cars pedo boats or any other craft to guide to cure a beadacho has Invented u him or add to his contMcnco In care an good excuse for persons who are accident should befall him. prone to stay out uutll the wee stna' ciour. To Break Mrs. Eddy's Will. Concord, N. H. George W. Bali or, woman says she lost nephew of Mrs. Mary Baker G. Kddy, A New York fctr respect for her husband when she lta filed & motion asking that bo be caught blm with flvo acos in his hand allowed to irrterveno in the ault over Bhe it perfectly right. A man who the Eddy will. How himself to bo caught that way deecrves no respect. Guantanamo To Be Fitted. Washington. After 10 years of of-fIf that Buffalo man who would not the navy department has succeedgive up a counterfeit bill to an agent ed in getting an appropriation for tho of the government were 'to get the erection of tho naval station or Guanfull penalty of 1100 and a year's Im- tanamo Into a s omergency prisonment be might think be bad repair port of call for tho Atlantlr .committed somo real crime. fleet 5 flnst-clas- brawny men who will supposedly dwindle woefully In appearance. recess this morning remained In continuous session until the end was .cached. The president got his permanent By one of those tariff commission. unexpected changes in the situation, the Democratic filibuster against tho bill collapsed In the senate, and after an agreement was reached to vote on tho tariff commission bill at the unusual hour of 8:30 o'clock. During tho consideration of the general deficiency bill it was discovered that It contained an Item of $25,000 to defray the expenses of Senator in defending his titlo to his seat In tho senate.. Just as the clerk was about to read It Lorlmer himself arose. "The next Item in the bill," ho said, 'provides for my reimbursement In defending my right to a scat In this chamber. Tho expenses were heavy, 5f course, and were incurred very unjustly. But I feel I cannot permit this Hem to be passed upon by tho senate and therefore I ask that this Item, which is an amendment to the bouse bo not agreed to." Commotion followed, and a demand was made on Senator Hale of the appropriation committee for an explanation. Ho retorted that tho committee had merely followed the custom of reimbursing contested election cases and iddcd: "I think Mr. Lorlmer haa acted wisely in not accepting this money. He has acted wisely all through this caso and In a manner that haa won him friends." Neither Senator Borah nor Senator Clark of Arkansas was satisfied with tho explanation, and the former demanded to know upon what facts tho committee had based tho proposed reimbursement. "The matter was offered In commit-too,- " said Senator Hale, "and put in tho bill. But If senators havo not In their committee, tho committee Is perfectly willing to uccopt their censure." ThU closed tho incident. Winner of Nobel Prize Dead. Berlin, Germany. Prof. Jakob Hcln-ricVanuxt Hoff, the chemist and author, died hero Thursday. He was professor of chemistry at Berlin university and in 1901 received the Nobel prize of $40,000 for research in chemistry. Matthews (Ind.) Bank Robbed. Marlon, Ind. Tho Farmers' State Dank of Matthews was entered by robbers Thursday, the safe blown and a sum of money estimated between J3.00.1 am'. $.000 taken h With considerable buylniss to bo disposed of the president had a lively apprehension that a sufficient number of senators might bo trapped Into being absent when the voto was taken to defeat the bill. Reciprocity aside, practically all of the Important legislation Including supply measures, that was expected of the session was disposed of when the gavel fell at noon. Both houses of congress wcro in session throughout the night and except for a short whether tho triple alliance can stand tho strain to which it Is being subjected. Indeed, International conditions in Europo seem full of grave portents at tho moment. Italian feeling resent tho decisions of both Emperor William and Em peror Francis Joseph not to visit their ally, King Victor Emmanuel, during tho celebration of tho jubilee of Italy's unification. That tho two m on arc hi will absent themselves Is regarded at only another sign of tho Indlffcrcnct to Italian sentiment which Austria and Germany havo displayed recently The crown prince of Germany will represent his father In Rome, while tho Archduke Francis Ferdinand, th Austrian heir apparent refuses to gc further than Turin toward Rome. This deforence paid by Austria tr tho "prisoner of tho Vatican" offcndi Italy. Headed by Mayor Nathan, the Roman municipality has retorted by naming a street after Herdunk, tho tr rcdenttst fanatic who tried to as sasslnate Emperor Francis Joseph In 1882, a move that certainly will not pour balm upon existing wounds. CLEAR UP FRIAR LAND CASES House Committee of very generally governing. Ah a d Exonerates Official! Philippines From Charges of Irregularity. Washington. Complete exoneration of the officers of the Philippine govern ment of charges of irregularities or Im proprieties In connection with tho ad ministration, salo or lease of lands In the Inlands Is combined with pointed criticisms of tho Inadequacy of the laws to prevent monopolies In what art known as tho friar lands in both the majority and minority reports of the bouse committee on Insular affairs sub whole, trado' in larger thnn In the like period of tlio pixxdlng month, but ftdU to show the lmnmmcnt eXocL-oover tho like period a year ai;o. Spring Jobbing Opening Up. Spring jobbing trade In dry goods la not urulor full headway, for which conservatism, uncorUiluty as to prlccB and thi late date of tlio eastern EMn If, probably responsible. I total g hiut not ojHjned actixdo for tively as yet. Indewl, at mowt center rctaiUro nro still busied with the dlit posal of carried-ove- r tfocks, for which price oonoeaslon& arc In evidence. Business Failures. Business failures for tlio United States for the week ending March 4 were 256, agalnt 228 laat week, 184 In tho like week of 1910 and 219 In 1909, 287 In 1908 and 172 In 1907, RudtncfM failures in Canada tar the week number 33, which compare with 26 last week and 22 in the tuuno week of 1910. The Export- Trade. Wheat, including flour, cxporta from tho United States and Canada for thu week ending March 2 aggregate 2,980,-20- 0 buah, against l,905rSS3 bui.ii last week and 1,S4.1,S07 bush thk week last year. For the 35 week ending March 2 ex(orta are 82,510,957 busli, agalnet 103,926,26.1 bush in the corresponding period la&t year. Corn exports for tho week are 2,861,527 bush, agalmtt 1,857,-87tURh laat week and 533,466 buah In 1910. For the 35 weeks ending ROBBING SALOONS IS LATEST March 2 corn exports are 31,873,731 IwRh, against 1S.641.C37 biuih last year. Dramshop, Whare Much of Crime la Fostered, Being Made Victim of Murderous Bandits. yt 1 Hin-in- - thoughtful consideration. Irunkrn-ncs- s often has Its origin in tho food one eats. It Is safe to say that ot tho 60,000 drunkards who die annually In tho United Sintca, a large proportion have the appetite for Intoxicating drinks aggravated, If not Implanted, by Improper food. When people am compelled to live day after day on slack baked bread, heavy pancakes, grease-soake- d meat, watery vegetables, sloppy coffee, and a long list of wretchedly cooked articles, is It any wonder that a great many of them resort to stimulants for temporary relief from tho discomforts and aliment engendered by their diet? A deranged stomach alway longs for stimulants, and with audi horrible dietetic and culinary conditions a exist everywhere In this country at tho present lime, why should we lie surprised at tho prevalence ot tho drink habit? Bad food has a pernicious Influence upon nil classes ot society, through all tho various relations' of life, and It Is almost Impossible for human beings, with appetite depraved and stomachs doranged by such food to lead clean, pure, lives. Good, nutritious, properly prepared food Is essential for tho production of healthy, welldovcloped men nnd women. It Is a prominent factor In tho development of n high typo of Christian llfo. Eaten in proper quantities, at proper times. It satisfies a healthy stomach perfectly, and leaves no hankering for candy or chewing gum. no longing for cigars or tobacco, no desire for beer or brandy. A fearful responsibility rests upon the heads of those who have charge of the culinary department of a nation, and It seems to me that along tho line of Christian work of every description, but especially along tbe lines of temperance, work, reformatory efforts must provo comparatively fruitless, until a long step has been taken In thw direction of better cook, cry. no mure Important organ being than the stomach, and Its needs should bo treated with In home. In a human C mitted to tho house, Friday. The charge made on tho floor of the house a year ago by Representative Martin of Colorado that tho sugar trust had acquired 56,000 acres of friar lands led to an Investigation of the entire questlou of the administration of public as well as friar lands. As to the acquisition of E. L. Poole of CO, 000 acres of the friar lands on behalf ot Horace Havemeyer, Charles J. Welch and Charles H. SonfT, both reports declare the public officials Involved were not culpable, being guided by tho best available Interpretations of the law. High Place Given Negro. THE MARKETS Cincinnati Gram Market. Flour Winter ixUcnts ?4.05a4.30, do fancy 3.15a.1.40, low grade 2.65a 2.75, spring latent X5.40a5.50, do family 4.65u.ri. Wheat No. 2 red 924a 94c, No. 3 red 88a90c, No. 4 78a82o. Corn No. 2 white 46tt47c, No. 3 whlto 46at6Vic, No, 2 yellow 47a 48c, No. 3 yellow 46o47o, No. 2, No, 3 mixed 46'a mixed 46al7. No. 2 whlto 32'&o33c Oat 47c. standard white 32a32Hc, No. 2 mixed 31Ja32c. Live Stock. 5 25a6.25, butcher steers, extra jr.7.'a6, good to oholoo hcirora, extra $5.5Oa5,C0; 15a5.65; good to choice 14.60a5.40; cowa, exgood to cboloo I4.25a4.85, tra 15; Bulrs Bologna cannero 12.C0a3.65. CattleShlppcra Cincinnati Washington. President Taft nominated William II. Lewis of Boston, a negro, to bo an assistant attorney general of tho department of justice. This Is tbo first tlmo that a negio has been named for such a prominent position In the department. Lewis at present Is an assistant United States attorney at Boston. He succeeds John G. -- Thompson, who resigned recently to resume bis law practlco at Danville, III. Mob of 200 Fights Police. Pottsvlllo, Pn. In a pitched battle between seven coal and Iron policemen employed by the Reading company and a mob of moro than 200 men, mostly foreigners, Doralnlck Marko, a member of tho mnV, was shot and Instantly Vllert here Friday. Crltz, a policeman, surrendered and was held nnder 15,000 ball, charged with tbo shooting. Throe others were shot. The riot was the result of n strike which occurred Tuesday at the colliery nt Raven Run, when a lwg body of Italian workmen quit. Hogo common and largo $3.50a7.S0. Good to choice packer and butchers S7.25a7.30, mixed packers 17.15a7.25, common to choice heavy fat bows $4.50 all, 15, pig (110 lbs and lean) $7a$7.30. Sheep Kx(ra $4.25, good to choice $3,75a4.15. Lambs $6.50, Extra yearlings $4.50a5.25, Cincinnati Miscellaneous. Poultry Hens 131ic pj, epring-chicena 20o lb, ducks 15c, turkeys 20c, geeso 7al0c. Butter Creamery, extra 28c, firsts 26 Ho. fancy dairy 18c, Egga 1'rlino flrsW 1BH, Urate Apple 14c. $4a5 a Fancy $5a0 a N. bbl, O. bbl. Carrots cholco StaliOc dozen. Celery 2ba'J.ric dozen. $4a4.50 Eggplants Homegrown a Grapca Malaga $7a8 a crate. keg. $3a4. California lemons 85a90e whlto $lal 10 Onions Yellow per bu. Pineapples $3,75 a crate. Potatoeti Northern Ohio 43a47 a bu. Florida, new $3a3.50 a hamper. Tun Dip flal.25 bbl. k Extra 4.3.'o.r, extra IK.50a8.75, $5.10a5.15. Calves fair to good I7.50o8.25, The robbing ot saloons Is, so far an ever had opportunity to observe, a new thing under the sun. The taloon has Instigated robberies enough, tbo "chalice," with a draught more bitter than its own nauseous beer, has never before been "commonded to its own Hps." Just now In Chicago this Is being done After nil, It Is chicken coming home to roost. Never till now, surely, was this quaint similitude mora appropriate In application. Upon tbe other hand, changing the metaphor, so to speak, onco more. It Is a very ungrateful proceeding on tho part ot tbe robber himself. When he compels the bartender to "hold up his hands" whllo ho empties the till. It Is pointing the revolver at the breast which' nursed him. Tho saloon Is his alma mater. He graduated from there to entor his course of burglary, murder and crime less nameablo, on his way to tbe penitentiary and tho gallows. That he should also victimize thoso who still aro undargraduates, surprising them Id the midst of their cupa and compelling them to stand Ignomlnlouely In a row with their backs aglnst the wall, whllo he empties their pockets, this, surely, cannot be Justified. Was .there ever a mure contemptible exhibition ot human shlftlesness and depravity than upon the one hand the toleration of tho saloon, and on the other, the saloon Itself? Chicago Standard, wo havo absolutely unnecessary that drinking places should exist. are daugers to tbe commuulty Saloons Ar Not Necessary. Bishop Farthing of Montreal recently doclartd that no man could Justify drinking saloon. It I tbe present-duy these They e March 9, 1911 RAILROAD THE CITIZEN WOODFORD HOME BURNED. Page Fhree tho nooosaary ' arrangoments for Including a course In Journalism at ha KlAto unlvorrity, IlesoUml, That we lender the Jack-sa- n Commercial club our heart lea t Utanko for Uio splendid manner In which It entertained tho Mountain Press association. During the evening Uio visiting editors and guests woro tendered a banquet hy t he Commercial club. It. C. Mudck, editor of the Jackson Trmca, 1 Fourth Fire loss sustained by Frank Baker. brick on tho form owned by Mrs. A. Frank llakcr wan dorctroyc! by nro. Tho family Jcul all retired and about 11 o'o!ock Frank, tho oMcwt Hon, seetwo-ptor- y TO BE RUSHED Consolidation Coal Co. Preparing for Development VersalMefl. Tho real-deno- o O ing a bright light and smelling Miiolte, guards. Unite for Mutual Benefit, MaJ. Edwards, of tho Second discovered tlw 'houro was allre. It suggested tliat a oommittcc bo started In Uio kitchen and had made npiolntod to preiiaro a codo of rejrula-tlonWILL BE ON GIGANTIC SCALE sifch headway that tho family Bayed nnd Col. Illbbltt urged platm for FAVOR NELS0N-T0- U VELLE BILL practically nothing. corps. Thl la tho fourth flro Buwtnlned by tho. orjrontanUon pf Uio medical carry this family and tho Kwnil house occu-ple- ComnilttccH woro appointed to Mutt Be Completed In Seven Months Resolutions Passed Recommending A Mayo Interest Hundreds of by thorn liumod on tills t,ito. Two out Uiose BUggosllonK A tolcgrnm wns scut fo tho State Legislature to Add Thousands of Acres .Interest woks oti Uiclr J1.R00 tobacco barn CantrUI to aweertaln tho Congressman in1Uon of tlie ed Forty Millions For was burnul, ptwumaWy by inccndlar. Course of Journalism to pay bill now (lending In Congress nnd Improvement. Ion. Regular Curriculum. to get tho names of Uie members of Mm. Ilaker phioe her htm at nhoc WlilttWburg. Practically all of.Mio $S,000, the Kotucky dolcgaUon who favor tho parUy oovcred by Insurance. bill. rights of way for tho Consolidated JaokHou. Tlx- - Mountain Pnrw asllrlg.-Gc(Vial Ca'n now cot) road , out from linger D. Williams, of sociation won organized ot a meeting KILLED ACCIDENTALLY. Wielby station, on tho Chcsapoako & woh Mjlcoted chairman, and of tho imbUehcTS ot 1'imtcrn Kentucky MaJ. H. P. Ilfcaitott, nothtg adjutant Ohio Tall road, 30 miles, to a connection held hero. II. 11. atbfon, editor of William Barnard on His Way to Shoot with tho Ixjtington tc liwtnni, nt Uio Secretary of tho orgunUaUon. tho Ilroathttt Oounty Newu, woa electCrows When Gun Is Discharged. headquarters of Klkhurn creek; whero ed iroaldent: Binll Klam, or tho Hazel TWO FARMERS MISSING. 1ha Consolidated Coal Co. is- procuring Orecn OHo, vlco president, and S. H. y Tooth drove. Crowa resulted for gigantic dovelopmentK, have been Hurat, of tho Iloattyviflc Bntorpnlao, in Uio doath or William Barnard, Whereabouts of Madison County Men oeorctary. secured, and contracts IK for Uie conC2, n wwtlUiy laclictor farmer, when struction of tho rood, At the preliminary mooting Mr. Gib. Remains a Mystery. Tho contract will call for the com- tho KhotKun which Iro was carrjinK son was elected itwmioraxy ohalnnan pletion of tho road within seven ot and L. F, Hovermale, tomixntury Richmond. Tho dlsapiK-arancwai dbicbarKed while he month, ami In order to complete It by w'as iiamlng Uirougli titn Rate on hU Oreen Portwood, a farmer that tlmo It will bo awarded In small way to Uiy flckls. Temporary organization Imlng of tho Uramflcld locality, who left Mi KortlQns. Everything Is practically in Harnanl carrlctl n sack of od to Iniine several weeks ago wlUi the It was moved by It. C. luslck, work on the road, Kfiw and rendlnc to Run with whlcli to sltoot of returning Bhortly, and lor of 'tho Jackson Times: which will bo rushed wlUi all lxifstblo crowH, wliicli had dovourctl Uio praln wliom a search lae lccn made ot clilA That It in tho Bonwo of Uils moothaste. Rlnio5.t as quickly as It was planted. and adjoining counties, is as deep a ing that an organization ot puhllahora I In apod Record Prices for Coal Lands. mother, Nancy Barnard, mystery n over, as no trace whatovor and printers ot Uio mountains ot A consMorabln part of Uio Consolihoanl a shot in the front yard and can bo lu-- of him. His wife is In a Kaatorn Kentucky be effected for the dation Coal Co.'h $10,000,000, which frantic when nho w.iw licr on ly. prostrated condition, and Is not ex- purpose of bringing ld pUbHahora they propose, spending in developing liiR on Uio Rroiiml, a hupo wound in pected to live, and printers into closer relation with the Hlkhorn coal field will bo expended Ills Bldo whoro Umj cUargc lad enteretl. Jesso Kelly left his wife and chil- eatoh other and to better tho tousmaw on their 30 inllw of road. Tho Con. Harnanl dlol a fuw inlnutm later, dren several days ago to come to Rich- conditions pf the newspapem ot that Hotldatetl Coal Co.' representatives wlUi IUh l in bin mother's lap. mond to l.uy groceries and has not section; Uiait said organlzaUon be continuo to purchase every nvallablo nlnco been heard from. Tho wife, with known aa the Mountain Press assotract of coal land In reach. Besides Blx children, suffered for sovcrvl days ciation awl Uie territory to be coveced DARING JAIL DELIVERY. hdr jmr5ha of 100,000 acre from for food, malting tho ro'.upi of thj by said organization shall bo tho part tho Northern Coal & Coke Co., a fow Four Escape From Jackson Other aUier. of Uie fttatc known vm Uio mountain tnontJin ago, a deal woh closed on tho counties ot Kentucky; that for Uw Prisoners Threatened. Alex Iroii tract, on Marshall's branch purpose of effecting a permanent orSTIMULATES LAND DEALS. ElUiern, at a price wild to b of ganization ami preparing fa. constituJackson. SllcnolftK by display ot unusually largo. Vh!Uwb&rg: Since Uio announce- tion and a commlttoo of fivo punt a crowd of prisoners who attempt-eIt is Bald that tho Northern. Coal & to alarm their keepers, Aabury ment of tho construction of a railroad be appointed by the chair to draft said Coke Ca, In which John C. Mayo Is the Sjik-e- r by Now York interests from Wobb-vlll- constitution and led a Jail delivery lwire. leading factor, will le known in Uio lAwrenoo county, througn Upon motion the following .resoluThree oUier prbtoners escaped with development of the Klkliorn coal Hold, Splour, Ptilnt8vllle, Prwtonburg ond tions were adopted and tho secretary wlwte niiHal from a conviction Uio blg mining Uio (mlMlng.of mid was instructed to see that copies of U now londlnj;. Tho men trindman to a connection with the for town now in process on Klkhorn and whonmrder wlUi Splcer wore serving and Ilfack Mountain railroad on escanoil lloono's Fork, an agreement having Uio Cumberland rlvor, Umber nnd coal Bcutcnces lr minor offenses. tecn tmule whim tho proiorty was old Mhort mdnlKbt Splcer broko from his land valucu have made a decided At to tho Consolidation Co. for th all along Uio route, especially and fct Uireo mon from their of a modern minim; town, eill Inumtcd of Uio Jail were In Uo Beaver and Upper ltock House canes. with a contraot for the erection of aroused,' and when Uiey fctarted to envk nectlons. 1,000 miners' houses. shout alarms to Uio koojH'rs Splcer ORGANIZE TO BOOST' TOWN. and 'seeks seat in legislature. otlinrhis three comrades ravurcd the prisoners with runs, threatening Tompklnsvllle. Tlie citizens ol to Hlioot unlets the noLe was checked. Kentucky Publisher Announces His Ileforo Jail oluclaly wero urotised Tompktnavillo organized a comntcrclal Candidacy Well Qualified. 8ploer and Uio three other prisoners ilub. Judge W. S. Smith was elected rhalrman, Dr. 11. 1 UradiJiaw secrecol away. A ioseti Is tu pursuit. tary and William Cltandler treasurer. (5rcen IL Keller, puh'.lsrher Orlbdo. V. H. Counts Hitllned the purpoee by SCHOOL FOR OFFICERS. of th Mercury, has announced hU canMInUng out a number of enterprises didacy for Domination to tlw state comnilsslon. which could bo procured, Tho chairIxniUilk Twenty-tw- o Mr. Keller Ian, during his ol ofHocru and CO luy career on a nownpaier publisher, officers of the first regiment of this man apjiolnted a committee to Investigate the puroltase ot a suitable farm nr4dornblo time to politic devotrd with the (ma held novora imiiortont lol-tlou- s city woro mustered Into one company to bo used In connection and at Uio stato capital, where lie It when Uio school for officers convened graded school ns an experimental ferm. popular, well known and regarded at for n thirty days' session under Opt. UNUSUAL SUIT FILED. Paul II. Malone, of Uio reffular atmy. a gifted story toller. KNUTE NELSON An exchange says: "Hon, ('.. It. Kel- Oait. Makno will endeavor to Instruct C.uliz. A rather unueual suit has ler Iran had an Insight Into legislative j all Uieso ofnocra In various military Kimio wero wired to tho senators from matl.in for many yearn. He nervrtl a ; matters, so Urat Uie first rcfilnient will lecn filed In Uie TrUs circuit court by Kentucky at Washington: The suit Is for j Ihi able to meet tlw 'requlremon's of Mrs. N. J. Wllfonl. term In the lower house from Bourbon, Itctfolvcd, By Uie Mountain Press and was olerk of tho house several the national guanl Uw, when the time Uw purpoMo of making Mrs. Minerva asboctation in mooting for examination coim. Adallno WUford, wife ot I. H. Wllfonl, mrn. There nru fow nwn In the at Jackson, Ky., February 27, of of Howling Orecn, Uio holixit-lahtato whoso exiHjrlcnco In Uio halls of That we hereby express our TO HOLD RALLY AT CARLISLE. Utat she 1911: Mrs. N. J. Wllford, In legMaHon Itt equal to hU, and this may lnlierit Uie sjvme as it she wero unqualiQed opposition to tho present Ids ability renders him totilklcd with Carlisle. Speakers for the big a child of Mm. WUford's. Mrs. I. n. plan of tike federal iKKtofflco departwell qirolllVil. educntlon rally, to bo held Wllford is a niece ot Mrs. N. J. Wll- - ment in letting a contract to a piivato concern for 'Uie exclusive pniutintf of hero March 18 were announced by ford. RESIST FREIGHT RATE ADVANCE. Mian I J stamped envelopes. Wo learn with da K. Gardner, county soIkxiI out oiitsj invent of the reported effort ot as follows: Tli Hon. VICTIM OF EXPLOSION. IjuldviUc-- . Ail effort will be made sucrinteuden1, II. S. Kubanks, ot Southern the national administration to stranby momlers of tho Western Kentucky Solioul Journal; editor Hon.the W. VinUie Polndextcr. Velio iblll in T. Mrs. Luther Wiggles-- , gle tho Nolson-Totool ())Krators association to resUt son, of Frankfort: Slate Commissioner worth while hunting some traah in a penato postodlce committee, which Uio wd Ihu freight rale advance on coal re 'of Agriculture M. C. lUuiWn; Mlw cooking stove gathered up tomo pow-- i profer to believe impossible. Wo jito-teenUy InoludiM In tarilU of tho llllnolr ogalnet UUs species of paternal-IsIn Uio traah which caused an ox-of Stato University, Hamilton, Central and 1oulsvllUi & Nashville Ioxlugton; dean Hon. J. T. Ooata, ltural dor plosion, blowing tho stove to pieces and against this plan of taking the TailnvitLi, amotuttlng to 10 cents iht Solivol Supervisor of Kentucky; Mrs. frightfully burning her the ftvm, Uie newspaper publishers and ton to Memphis and xIntH west of j Nannie (1. Fanlknor, of Lexington, and nnd nnd face. It Is thouglrt about will printers, ibuslnesu which legitimately hoad the Aiemphls. j Mlsa coun- - kwo her sight. belongs to them, and wo hereby urge J.Jo O. Yancey, of ty. the .senators from Kentucky, as well FOREIGN LABORERS DESERT. DIXIE PRESS. as Uio president and postmaster genWhltcfclmrg. The railroad contracteral to assist in securing a favorable ors on Uio U'XtiiKton A Hasttini extuii-irlo- n ELECTRIC LIGHTS FOR WHITES-- I Southern Publishers Will Hold Con- committee report on this bJU, having BURG. dim-nuthroufili this county find It vention at Louisville. assurance that it will easily pass tho to huld falgn lalKiixsru I'Vrelgn-wsenato ouce it Is reiwrtod from Uxo Whllliiirg- There Is a niovo on ltilsvU!e. Tlio nlnUi annual t of mitlonaltles aro desert-UiecommlUee. light und kw-nnd lalxxr Ih sisirce. So foot to build un ohi-triof tlio SouUiorn Nowspajwr Wo herdby Instruct tho secretary of plant. It In that tilie arrnnge-lacut- Publishers' ossoelaUon has been scfar tho work pixgniJes nUvly all aw oMupleto nnd that iiropirty oured for IxnilsVllle, and will bo hold this association to tend a copy ot'this 2ong the Uno nnd If labor can iKMsIbly resolution, signed by Uio prosldont and 1h tftirml the road will bo conipli ted iion wlUo!i to (tuwtruct tho plant has hero Juno 13 and 14. Many spoakora secretary, to Uio president of tho Unij Ikxtii purcliUMSil, tOMother wlUi Uio nc-- ' of national prominence will bo on th-- i ru time. ted States, to tho io3tmastor general c.towary tiMchlntxry, program. Tho aasoclatlon beauts n and to Senators Payntor and Ilradlcy. BRIDGE CARPENTER INJURED. itinmborhlp ot 300 and C. II. Johnston, Cancjldeiublo business of importance CHILD BADLY BURNED, i of Uie Knoxvlllo Sentlud, is presldenl wax Lracuaotod and resolutions passSomerseL William Wanier, whllo Hobort AV. Urown, of IxuisvHle, Is vice working on a bridge of tho Queen & Noliob. A child of Omor preeident ural Victor II. Hanson, ot ed favoring u court in Journalism at Crceccnt, fell a distance of 20 fee t and Wllllanm, fanner, was pwlrably fatally Ulrmlngham, Is secretary. Tho last tlho Shade university and protesting was rendered sieechlct, ami there is burned. The tililld was standing by annuiU cxinventlon was held at Mobile, am Inst tlw prinrting of envoloiica by tho goroi iianont. The resolutions little hoo8 entertained for his recov- in oiien gitUe wlicu her clothing uvio as follows: ery. xuwlit Iliv. After heroic work tho IUjsiolvod, That tho Mountain Press mother nucceeJed In putting out tho Interesting Kentucky Items tuifoclatlon Invites tho Kentucky Presa Danvilla At Central university, lire, but not until the i ill 11 was badly ossooiatlan to hold Its midsummer Sprolu Lyons, of Ixiuisvllle, won first 'ninicd. Her recovery is doubtful Loulsvillo. Philip Longest has yut nwrettng In Jackson, lienor, and Harvey Orr, of Covington, Resolved, That we call thu atteirtion oeedod Hubert Inivy as secretarj' of Danville. Jos. McDowell Vallar wxiuul, In tho twenty-seixnv- d annual of Uio state legUlaturo to tho advisaorutorlenl contest. Lyons has" (hehnnor ban roUred as atslstant caRhler of Uio Uie Automobile DcsUoih' AshlaniL A team of horses and a bility of adding a courso In Journalism lit representing tho university In the Doylo Hank and Trust Co., after hav contest to be held In I JixliiRton in thu ing held tho osltlon 43 yews. Ho Is wagon loaded with lwusehold good to tho curriculum ot tho Btate univerKtwtueky onvtotlcal mayor of Uio city and will devote his backed oft tho ferrybo.iL Tho horses sity, lla It furtiier nsolved, That wo request that Uio June. wo drowned nnd Uie gootU lost. entlro time to tho Job. legislature nke au appropriation and FAMOU8 CA8E DISMISSED. Hlliabethtown, A special census FARMERS FILE SHEF.P CLAIMS. will probably be taken here. The popv KENTUCKY OIL FIELDS. s Ijoulsvillo, lii conformity wlUi n CarlUfle. Sheep claims to the latJon stutlBtlcw of Uie thirteenth gives the population ot Elizabeth Western Section of State Promises decision of the HUreim (iitirt of amount ot $1.(100 wore filed by farm tho tnNBtBUvtcs, drxtxHft woro era o( this county against tho dog tax town as 1,970, an Increase of only 107 Big Results. In the United States c rcuit court fund during thu past your and (he over 1900, Tho census buieati In 190C dl&iiilsslng tho ftimius Union amount of tux col'vcted sunountt to gave Uie jxipulatlon as 1,811, nnd t.i hire CutlettstrtUK- - New work continues county tktnd suits, whloh ;ivo occu- only Jl.O.'O, hence tho funnecs will get city ordertM a sieclal cviimis, nblc-'- i to b. whined in Kentucky's petroleum pied a prominent place in I'entuckj't mly ubou 60 Kr cent of their claims. Hhuwcd an actual xpulatlon of 2,03i', As tho city Ims since grown rapidly. I. HcWa ut an Increasing rate, and the liMory. Hi at a sK'iial eensiu state of lethargy which ban prevailed ( Nleholusvllle. Tho mltsonnry rally is oMimntcd 8onuvuet. William Cutiou, hold at the Christian chirrch was well would thow 2,500. all! winter Is being shaken oft with Uie lexlngtoii. Alpha Hubbard, plxht li- advojit of fining. The lower Kentucky rnabter lu.tv, retvlved u te'egi'iiu from nttomled und an Intentttlng pronun , ha been admltud to ttr districts are experiencing tho most ' rVxigretwmau tMwards, sti lus thu; toudeml. Pi trident A. Mclx-anof Uie brarian here, bar. j Ms name wiu vent to the ..nato. Gratifying increase in ooUvlty. Mlsloiiaiy board, irrcsldcd. rest-men- t, s, d Ooverix Promises Money. year Dtirirtg Uie comlrw fiscal Krankforti Durlnu iho next year tlnoro will bo on the Kentucky nntlonal guard 1 120,000 with a view ot making it equal to any simitar regiment In America. Gov Wlllson tnado this statement in addressing Uio officers who met to dorUvo ways and moans ot raising Uio standard ot tho iM.-- MOUNTAIN PRESS DEFEATTHROUGH DRUNKENNESS ScsJty ScIjmI Specially IS ORGANIZED Editors of Eastern Kentucky Lenta fw Mar. 19, 1911 Arruiftd forThli Paper Klacs Mrra-or- y ' Iv-logto- gen-ora- l, Indl-nell- e well-know- WILLIAM E. TOU VELLE ofH jor-foct- tx-gl- lielng made 5iy dated aa toastmastcr, addrcoxxi a number ot Uio ed- itors and others, including- W. W. Perry, editor of the Wlncho3ter Daily News, who madio a characteristic epocch. o lu-n- d association, except to Indorse iw efforts and purposes and with it to 'batter tho conditions that surround tho newwpapcr business In Kentucky. W. W. Perry, of the Winchester Sun. Sontlnel, and C. S. Clark, of the Western Nowspaper union, were made honorary mcnibcrs. Tho meeting adjourned, sirtijoct to call of the executive committee, consisting of Kmin Klam, of the Tho now association will in no way bo connected with the Kentucky Press Hazel Green Olio; II. C. Muslck, William Carter, of tho Jackson Times; II. II. Gibson, M. II. Haltfday, ot tho Ilreathttt County News. THE EWALD WILL. Brothers and Sisters May Share Its Millions. In Frankfort Tho J3.000.000 estate of L. P. Ewald, of LouteviUo, may bo divided equally among his 'brothere and sisters, as Uie court of appeals held that any member ot tho family who bad been left a legacy could contest Uio will and that only the contestant of Uio will would bo .prevented from recovering that iorUon of Uie estate that had 'been loft to him. Ewald had loft each ot his brothers and ststora J 15,000 and Uio remainder of his estate to ihls adopted children. HORSE CAVE FIRE. Losses Were Very Heavy Aniong and Only Partially Insured. Horso Cave. Uio mid-wint- r tl u hro that visited tho (business section of Uils town were T. T. Pago, publisher of the Horse Cao Gazette, whoso plant was a total loss; Olaronco Willis, loss $15,000, losuranco ? 10.000; E. L. Mayflold, loss $12,000, insurance $8,000; Dr. II. H. Thomas, loss $14,200, insurance $,800; It. P. Poyntor, loss $1,500, Insurance $1,000; U C. Willis, damage to storo $300, Insured; Leslie L. Patton, damogo to stock, insured; Tucker Telephonic Co., damage to plant $800, no Insurance; William Brown, household effects, loss $500, insured; William PodlRo, loss on household goods, $500, no Insurance. s Atvout ot Uio losses yas covered by Insurance. Tho tiro Is to have been of incendiary oritwo-third- the losers in gin. REPORT ON GOVERNORS. Copies Will Soon Oe In the Hands of Those Interested. lt ttirr-en- n c 7 s Frankfort. Tho stenographic report of the conference of governors, recently held In Louisville and Frankfort, has been forwarded to Gcv. WJllson and lio put In an afternoon reading It nni correcting It. Tho report covers all that was dono at' the araferenee, with nil tho speeches that wero dellered. Gov. Wlllson will that tho record Is correct and then will turn over tho Many coplui report to Uio printer will fbo iirinited and Uie governors will got copies, which they may distribute to such iiersons as they lit. so st cec-en- tl Xit-beHu- !, ' Gov. Wlllson has appointed Miss Mary Helm, of EUzabethtown. aa a been. And Ahab said. By whom? And b delegate to the woman ami ohYuMabor conference to bo held In Atlanta un said, Thus salth Uie Ixrd, by the young men ot the princes ot the provApril 25. inces. Who shall order the battle? Shelbyvllle. James W. McDowell And he answered, thcu tho king, the Ho numbered, wns fatally burned by overturning a head of the nation. mustered, 232 of Uie young princes. lamp on his bed. God, Uio truo religion, Is the ona source ot victory over the power ot L03E8 ARM BY ACCIDENTAL SHOT Intemperance. Religious motives and 'Mayfleld. Walter Darnell, living love of Cod and love to near llu melt's chapel, last his left, arm, Inspiration, man, tue spirit of service, loyalty to which was shot off by tho accidental the coming of tho kingdom ot Cod dlfcchargo of a shotgun while Uio weap. these are the sources ot salvation He Is in tHrl-oi- from the curse of strong drink. The on was being eleuned condition. leader, Jesus Christ the tho transforming power ot tha Holy, Mountaineers of East-e- Spirit, the Great Cause and aim of tha Kentucky do not Ixk with favur Christian, the transformation ot this oi? Imported foreign laborer and hiu world Into the kingdom of Cod these, d'laml a. war on Uio mu omuloml are and always have been the source, In building an extension ot Uio Luxia& ot victory over all the principalities ton & Eastern railway. tnd powers of evil. . ts ever-livin- stroying villages and farms nnd orchards, paralyzing business, ravaging the homes and driving tho people to the more strongly fortified towns. They were Itko "a tempest of hall, a destroying storm, a flood ot mighty waters overflowing, an overwhelming scourge." Theso epithets describo In vivid speech tho Irresistible violence, the devastating force with which tho Syrians werd about to overwhelm Uiem. It Is almost Impossible for us to realize the devastating power of such hordes who lived upon the country, who ravaged villages, who murdered women and children, who had an unrestrained power. They wero worse than the ton plagues of Egypt. What the Invaders sought was th wealth, the harvests and all kinds ot valuables, without paying for them, and entirely without regard to the welfare of tho people. Into our goodly country Intemperance, from drinking alcoholic liquors, has come and Is doing our country more damage, to Its people, to its wealth and prosperity, than the Syrians did to PalesUne, the Promised Land, by their Invasion. King Alcohol comes with an army of 0 tributaries and allies, such as tho saloons, tho distilleries, breweries, hotels, clubs, personal Invitations to drink, advertisements in magazines 'and papers, cocaine and opium habits. All Invading us for the' sake ot their own personal gain at Uio expense ot the community. When the Invaders had reached tho capital wlUi their army and horsea and chariots in an unresisted march. Benhadad sent messengers to Ahab demanding that he yield up his throne, which Is Implied in his imperious con-ce- lt of power; Thy silver and thy gold Is mine; thy wives also and thy children, even the goodliest, aro mine. And Ahab was so overwhelmed at the power backing the demand that he basely yielded and replied: My lord, O'klng, according to thy saying, I am. thine, and all that I have. Such are the demands of King Alcohol I The cost of liquors each year in this country is nearly $1,400,000,000. Tha drink bill In England In 1908 was over $800,000,000. Take tho national liquor bill and divide it by the number of saloons and $5,945 becomes the aver-agcost to the people ot each saloon. On the average the saloon pays back for nation, state and city taxes $500. This $500 Is eagerly taken from a grateful country In lieu ot $5,945. Thus King Alcohol demands our homes, our wives, our husbands, our silver and gold. And wa have ytelded too easily to its demands. Benhadad then sent word that his officers were coming and would search Aliab's houso for every pleasant thing he had and would take It away. And not only Ahab's house, but the houses ot his, officers and leaders. This caused a revolt. The king summoned his leading people to a conference and they decided not to yield to tho demands of Denhadad. The weak Ahab declared that for himself he would yield all ho had promised, but ho must deny the Increased demand. King Alcohol becamo so greedy In his demands, the results of his evil work became so great, that tho people wero aroused In Indignation against htm. At first It was agreed to allow wlno and bear and moderate drinking, but to resist the ravages ot tho moro fiery drinks. Ilut this was a failure. Temperance societies wero formed. Local nnd state prohibition were Inaugurated. Investigations made. Pledges taken. In their great distress a prophet camo to King Ahab with a message from Jehovah: Hast thou seen all this great multitude? I will deliver it Into thine hand this day. Why? And thou shalt know I am tho Lord. Tho victory was wrought to bring them back to the truo Uod, to obedience and worship; which was vastly more Important to their true welfare than tho loss ot all their property could have halt-savag- e 240,-00o dOI.DKN to drink win; drink." Prov. JIM. TIM K This Icaon between aons VIM nnd IX, during the latter part of Elijah's mission. PLACE Tho Hyrlan klnRdom, with Its capital at Damiutcti. adjoined Israel on Ilia north. At tlila period, not lone beforn the revived Assyrian power and agres ston came In contact with Israel, HyrU under Uenliailad II was the rnoit powerful nntlon on the Mediterranean coaat. anM was normally a bitter enemy of northern Israel. It was always n group of related, but not united, petty kingdoms or tribes. Henhadad, the Syrian king, gathered together tho 32 Jclngs of tlio smaller tribes allied to his kingdom and mada an overpowering raid upon Israel, deTK.XT--"It I.KHSON TfLKT-- U vrrsn II. Is not fnr Mng nor for prlncos atrons: Page Four. fHE CITIZEN. The very pleasant official tour Mr. W. It. Oabbard and family ot of U10 north pari ot the State, by Wallaceton visited In town at tho Mrs. U V. Dodgo, Pros, of tho W. H. of tho week at tho home of lili C, Dept, of Kentucky was qutto first mother. unexpectedly curtailed by her sudden Miss Annlo II. Murray left Tuesday Illness, and Bomo Important engage- noon for Atlanta, (la. She Is to atments had to bo cancelled when sho tend the session ot thi Southern returned to her homo, Saturday, Mar. Commercial Congress nnd will bo 4. tho guest of a college classmate 'She had been In attendanco at the 190S. District Convention at Dityton, Ky., Mr. J. W. Dooley Is homo for n Fob. 24th, and addressed that body few days. In her official capacity, besides vis--JJr. Julian Cojle, son ot Mr. and Itlng nil Corps In the Immediate vici- Mrs. Joo Coyle, who has been away nity possible In tho limited time. from Ucroa for somo years Is back Iter days, tthllo on this tour were vlBltlng parents and old friends. completely filled with delightful afMr. II. J. Kngle mado n luminous fairs, given In her honor luncheons, trip to Cincinnati last week. Had-clif1 March o, 191 FOR YOUR 1 Seed Potatoes GO TO f, TATUM'S All Varieties $1.30 Mill Feed Ideal Patent Flour - - 65c Fairy Patent - - - - 65c Good as is made, mWwm "Bends with your foot" That cooj. i matinee trips and receptions, and I Ho general goodwill evinced ana the hearty cooperation of th; Corps with each other and with the Department Prculdcnt were very gratifying J why It feels $0 You will find any cf the Red Cross dress shoes just as easy ami comfortable as the walking shoes. the special Red Cross process which preserves all the leather's natural elasticity. Once you arc fitted in the Red Cross Shoe, you will be better satisfied than you have ever been before with the appearance as well as the comfort of your footwear. Come in and see the new styles. Find out this season how restful the Red Cross Shoe really is htxv fashionable it it. it Don't hesitate to select the most stylish Red Cross model shown. Its comfort is not due to its shape or style but to its sole, which benJt with ytur hot. This sole is tanned by Oxfords $3.50 and $4. HiEh Shoes $4, $4.50 and $5 1 These are the styles that will be worn wlM W hi E. F. COYLE You pay Mrs. Clarn K. Hook, Tress Correspondent, W. It. C. No. 18, ' Department of Kentucky. Mr. D. II. Gabbanl was In Hlchmond, last Tuesday for a short time. i Mrs. John W. Jobnson and chll- - j drun of Silver Creek visited relatives hero Tuesday and Wednesday of this ' week. Mrs. W. T. Powell who lived near Kingston died last Thursday ot pneu monia and was brought to the Uerea cemetery tor burial. Mrs. l'owcll had many friends In Iierea who were grieved at her death and extend their dwpest sympathy to lur husband and children. .Mr. Wra. Hayes ot Conway has been visiting at the homo ot his daughter, Mrs. Frank Coylc, and of his son, Oscar Hayes. A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies Mr. J. W. VanWInklo of ML Vernon wns In town tho tint ot the SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. week. Nliiht Day Phone 2G Mr. McWhorter has moved from Richmond Stroct to the Dr. Williams ' place on Prospect Street. Ir. A. The child study club will meet FINE COCKEREL VanWlnklc will move into the house at tho homo of Mrs. Klgby, WednesM. L. Spink has Just reoelred vacated by Mr. McWhorter. day. March 15. Articles for study on several nice cockerels to be used In Mr. Arthur Flanery, a former stu- pages 71, SO, aud 93 of American s. Ills breeding lens of S. C. Whlto dent of Uerea, who bos been In Motherhood. A cordial Invitation Is Ono cockcrvl Is eipoclally fine, Springfield, Ohio, for some time Is cxtonded to all Interested in child and came from I'arksldn l"oultry Farm, visiting hero this week. study. Pekln, III., the largest breeders ot prize winning Whlto Ighors In the United StatiH. Orders for eegs chicks should bo placed and day-ol- d In advanc. A. few cockerels for sole. ' Ci R. H. CHRISM AN Funeral Director nnd Embalming 46. li Log-horn- less -- or get more AN EXCHANGE: A John B. Stetson hat for a better one at Church last Sunday. Tho man who got tho bettor one Is kicking because it won't fit. Tho owaer of tho sranller hat should Inquire at Tho Citizen office. ! O o 0JO00O00SiOOO0000OO0O0OO0OO0O o o o Berea and Vicinity. GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES The ii 2 ' uuui sarau .. ttuey Misses Jackson, Edna Simpson .i i. v. mill iuu F. Webster and S. Gott drove Clark, over from Richmond, Sunday, for dinner" at lloone Tavern. o Fire, Phone 505 U Knoxvillc UEREA Miss home Mr. C. C. Preston is greatly ImIs proving his property on Forest Street week. Boys, Iron by building n new addition to It. to J. S. Gott, on Depot Street for Miss Laura Spence who has bc-high prices. making on extended, visit with her CITY rilONK 153 Joo Parsons of Alcorn visited here, sister aud friends here returned, MonOFFICE OVER RACKET STORE day, to her homo at Ionia, Ky. Saturday and Sunday. Little Nlta Evans who has been Mrs. Ivan Richardson has gono to BRECK DAN visiting with her grandparents, Mr. Jackson County. and Mrs. T. J. Scrlvner, returned, Life and Clyde Johnson who has been travelSunday, to her home In Richmond. ing for two months returned home Insurance Mr. Frank Abuey who has ben on tho 3rd Inst. teriously 111 oooooooooooooooo(toooooooooo Sarah Ely at tbU DR. BEST, bring your rubber and DENTIST H. o Oon't let anyone sell you fertilizer and make you believe it is as goocf as the Globe Fertilizer for it is not. Ask your neighbor. For sale by Rhodus CB. Hayes. FURNITURE GOOD 40 1- FARM FOR BALK WELCH'S I i acres of natural bluegraMi land. 2 miles of Berea, near pike. Good now house, barn, all under good feop. Young peach orchard, 100 treee. Clovers and grass tako readily to any art ot land. Everlasting spring, and joined on ono sldo by creek. Price reasonable, terms liberal. Best bargain near Berea. Inquire at or Tho Citizen, Berea, Ky. ad-drr- Baby Chicks FROM Accident $8.00 per 100 One-fourt- h Richmond, Ky. & N. TIME TABLE G:30 a. m. 11:00 p. m 1:29 p. m 3:57 a. m. 7:45 a. in. 6:10 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local Cincinnati 6:40 a. m. 8:25 p. m. 11:59 a. m. 12:29 p. m. UEREA 5:50 a. m. 7:00 p. m. Knoxvlllo Express Trains Stop to take on and let off passengers from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 8:15 a. m. Cincinnati 11:44 or m. UEREA North Bound BEREA is Improving. Buy the Globe Firtilizers and Miss Virginia Hoatrlght returned you will get the best. For sale the first ' of tho week from her leave by Rhodus C&. Hayes. of uliscnce because of her father's Tom Adams has gone to Cincinnati. Illness. Will Smith and family of Corbln Mr. Howard Harrison, after spend were hero last week. ing a few days with his parents, relast Tuesday, Mr. Jacob Mooro of Mulllns Sta- turned to London tion visited his slater, Mrs. Odell, where ho is attending the Sue Bennett Memorial school. last week. Eggs for Hatching, $1.00 per 15 cnh with order, rent when your onrerU filled. Mr. Frank Voso, Berea'i a foreman in Those who missed the Union church Would be pleased tu hear from inronr C. E. meeting last Sunday night i brick and stone work, wt has been wanting llrown Leghorn!, missed a treat. Next Sunday night i.t absent In Boston for four or five to Uerea laH week, 0:13 tho subject will bo, "First aid to (months, returned the Tempted," Come and bring a Tho familiar click of his stono chlBel SIMON MUNCY, Berea, Ky. Is being heard again. friend. Cincinnati Gentry 4:56 p. m. 8:35 p. m. Lakes of Wind Cavo visiting hero this week. A. U. Kelley of Station Camp visited his daughter, Mrs. Jim Wagers, Saturday. Miss Flossie Baker who has been visiting horo some time has returned to her home at Dreyfus. The Collego Is now prepared to make contracts with those who wish to furnish wood for the ensuing yoar. Soo T. J. Osborne, Treas. Miss Mary Dollardeleben of Nashville, Tenn., a teacher in a Bible Training school thero, visited the college one day last week. She addrssd Upper Cliupel. Mr. Leo. D. Manning of Columbus, O., visited his sister, Grace, several days last week. Tho Rev. E. E. Davlss of Alexis, 111., visited the college several days last week. He preached Sunday mornJs ing and night and delivered" tho lecture In Upper Chapel, Monday morn ing. Mr. J. R. Collier of Knoxvllle, Tenn. was In town last woek. Miss Iona Rodfern whom many will remember as a student of several yoars ago Is teaching In Wyoming. Prof. Matheny returned on Satur day from Mobllo, where be attended Price never made an article cheap. You can buy a horse for $50 or you can buy one for $200. It isn't the price you pay, but the horse you get, that counts. That Counts It's Quality Here's where the wear comes. Children's shoes need strong soles. Butter Brown Shoes have soles that Wear. Mothers say they never saw children's soles wear so welL BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES For youngsters, $1.50 to $250 Bargain Day 2:00 p. m. SATURDAY MARCH 11 MRS. EARLY tho superintendent's section ot the N.,E. A. He visited Tuskocgoo on the way homo nnd gave a short report of that visit to tho Faculty on Monday night. Mr. Jack Inirie, who bad been called to London, Canada, by tho death ot an aunt returned to Berea on Tuesday. Mr. Wm. Galloway and family moved last woek to Mr. Royston's property 'on Centra Street which has recently been repaired. Mrs. Nora Smith and children of Corbln came home last woek for tho marriage ot her sister. Miss Alllo Fowler. Mr. Anderson Crawford who was very 111 last week Is Improving 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 shoes on the youngster. Look at them in a week. They're usually battered, scraped, almost shirtelxi Get a pair of Buster Brown COME AND SEE US Shoe. Scuffing , scraping, kicking doesn't mar them they thrive on knocks. They RHODUS & HAYES THE QUALITY STORE 1 wear. BUSTEI BROWN For ywgiters, $150 to Ue Rifcbea SHOES &50 MAIN STREET BEREA, KENTUCKY March o, 19 n. THE CITIZEN. Pace Five BUGGIES! 2 CAR LOADS For the Best 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. Farm Fertilizers Go to The Best Possible for the Price and thte 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 -- "ear marks of quality." Wd put on our own rubber tires and save you the factory" profit. We use the best rubber obtainable, Diamond Fire Stone and Morgan and Wright. We your old buggy at $12, $14 and $16 per set. Will take your old buggy in on a new one. Come early" while the assortment is complete. Terms liberal. re-rub- Chrisman BEREAN WITH YALE DIPLOMA (i Engle, nals sentenced to death has been Installed in tho annex ot the sUto prison at Eddyvlllo and will soon be ready for use. Six persons have recently been convicted and given tho death penalty in tho state, but tho dates of their execution have not been fixed by the Governor. BANKER DRINKS POISON Berea, Kentucky. left undone tho great and important things. History will record a serious New Haven, March 2. Among tho indictment against tho second regustudents who have just received tho lar session of tho 61st Congress. dogrco of Dachclor ot Forestry at ' LO RIMER WINS tho Yalo University Forestry School Tho voto was .taken as agreed upIs Seward Hanklns Marsh, ot Berea, on In tho Senate as wo went to press Ky., a II. A. graduate ot Berea Collast week in tho Lorlmer case, and lege, 1909. Ho Is tho only Southerner tho "blondo boss" was allowed to gradin tho graduating class. Yalo scat by a vote ot 46 to uates her Forestry School men early retain hiswas 40. Tilts' In keeping with tho In tho year to glvo them an' opportungeneral record of tho Congress for openity to accept positions with tho A general protest has ing of spring. Thero aro forty-nln- o gone up from all over tho country graduating this year. students the Lorlmer voto. It would FOR SALE Work maro, six years seem that a man ot real patriotic old, sound and well broken. Price feeling with such an indictment him would now resign. reasonable. Two geldings, coming two years old, broken to halter. SHEEIIAN HOLDS ON Walter Bogle. Tho deadlock is still on in New York and all efforts to get William F. Sheohan to declare himself out of the race for United States Senator havo proved unavailing. Instead ho claims that ho will be a candidate ns long as the action of the caucus stands and accuses tho Governor of making more apd better talented mu- his election impossible. Murphy, the Three of Lexington's best Tammany boss, still rules. whlto-washln- g. 26 PHONE: day, 46 night 1R. 10. "THE FURNITURE MAN" Cbrisman The Citizen BEREA', KY. 5, Psycologlcal ed by alcohol. tests HEREDITARY EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL hliow n discount of 25 to 10 per cent Cannot be Used with Impunity De- In mental power of thoBO who uso alSometimes generacy Follows to Third and cohol, oven (moderately. tho power of memory Is discounFourth Generation. ted to 70 per cent. A j ouug man starts Itjr I) () IIOWAkll m ti In life with every equipment for a successful career. Ho takes to drink It Booms timely that wo thould and becomes one of tho ordinary or emphasito our present knowledge of ot 80 murh ThIs , tno h8. alcohol aa to heredity, predisposition tory , tllolmnuB nlKj , n grcnt )oBa to disease nnd low of brain power. to . stAt(- Wu ,mvo lonR known A ruoont cartoonist pictured a qunr- - that acohonC8 nr0 bnd patients to tot of liquor men In glee, contemplat- lreat nni, that th(.,r ..comeback" Is In Uo temperance speakers nnd say-- J a,M,K)ntlm; Moro rcccntly wo havo Ing to themselves: "Ul them talk; Hon.thliiR of "why this is .. Wl) If tkey should stop talking they mlKht, havu ,arncd a,60 u,at thev think-th- en where would we be!" If nre nion! gUBC..)tiblo to disease. who aro becoming coho, ,owera Ulu 0psonlc-lndemen So fathom should stop and think, sunKmU , tht prciiH1K)sUlon ot alcoho-l- y Uiey would leavo off alcoholic bev- - ,ca to coemption that those engag-.ragn- s. Men who aro authorities on ed , Ul0 crJlsajQ against tuberculo-thl- s subject slat" that the disturbances H,8 nr0 lnInilej to tllrn to total ab-tho brain by alcohol leave an In- - HtnPnc nB a part of their nrmament. . dollblo lmpreiudou, and that theso defects aro transmitted from parent PUBLIC SALE to children, and that brain degenerot acy exists In every child born We will offer for salo to tho high-- I alcohol-usin- g parents. In tho second est and best bidder on Saturday, Mar. generation the degeneracy becouiM 15, 1011. at 2 o'clock p. in., on tho mora manifest, while ns n rule it re- premises in Berea, Ky., Tho llerea mains for tho third and fourth gener- Canning and Packing Co.'s plant coations to reap the full results of nsisting of a lot of land fronting 110 alcoholism. Parental intoxication torn fuet and running back same width to produto Impulsive degenerates nnd ( 200 feet situated on tho L. & N. sldo moral ImbocIIes, It may not lo roc- - track In Ueren, Ky., near the Depot. ngnlied immediately, although in Sald lot has upon It u first class Infancy It may show Itself In factory building with ample waro-houmeningitis and other forms attached and Is equipped with of nervous debility. Somo children new nnd modern machinery for canshow signs of mental deficiency and ning tomatoes, berries and all kinds lack of mornl control, while others ot fruits and vegetables. This lot has upon it a fine cistern exhibit idiocy, epilepsy and hysteria. In a reformatory school in IJerlln furnishing plenty of water tho jcar hereditary taint duo to parental al- round for all necessary purposes to coholism is Hhown In 67 Hr cent of run tho factory, etc. Tho above property will first bo all pupils. Of C5.000 school children examined In New York City C8 per offered for salo soiarately, tho macent wcro below the required standard chinery first and then tho lot ot and 17 per cent wero uctunl dullards, land nud then as a whole and whichbordering on Idiocy. The fnmlly his- ever way tho best price is offered tory ot 3,711 of theso children was will bo accepted. Persons wishing to see or purchase traond through threo generations. Of tho ohlldren of abstaining parents and tho ubovo property before date ot grandparents only 4 per cent wero nalu should call upon tho undersigndullards, whereas ot children of drink- ed. Terms will bo liberal and to ing parents or grandparents 78 per stilt purchaser. J, Hurdctte, cent wero dullards or feebleminded. o J. W. Fowler, Aro fathers willing to deliberately K. T. Fish. to bring this curso upontholr W. L. Harrison, offspring? A great economic loss la Committee. M. 11. Itanisey. tho Individual montal discount caua- ! KANSAS LETTER is In receipt of an interesting letter from Mrs. Eliza A. Anderson of Ilantoul, Kan., for many years a resident of Berea. Sho is a constant reader of tho paper and writes In defence of tho town against tho Insinuations quoted from Tho ,,,,.,, BAND CONCERT This year will be made up of sicians than ever before. musicians, members of one of the large'st bands in the state, are to help us, one of whom plays a saxaphone, an instrument not before seen on our platform with a band. - x. - NEW SECRETARY James II. White, President of the First National Bank in Manchester, died last Sunday from drinking carbolic acid. Somo of his friends claim that he took tho poison by mistake, hut tho prevailing opinion is that tho act was intentional. Mr. White was buried in Lexington. AGRICULTURAL TRAIN The State Agricultural Department and Tho State University have quipped an agricultural and dairy train to travel over the Queen and Crescent and Southern roads in tho state. The train has an observation car which carries cows, dairy appliances and products and many other "things of Interest to the farmer. 'Stops aro modo at various places and demonstrations are given of farming methods and speeches aro made by experts to tho crowds that assemble. RICHMOND STAYS DRY of J I so con-tlnu- $15.00 s $15.00 ABSOLUTELY GIVEN AWAY To the lady who sells eggs. Don't forget to stop at ournew store the first time you are in Berea for particulars. In a farm containing 89 2 acres situated on Copper Creek Pike six miles west of Berea, 4 2 miles east of Paint Lick, Garrard County, Kentucky. This farm is almost eneach side brings forth its respective arguments. This continues to tirely level, is good land .and has increase until a skirmish takes place resulting in a universal. adoption IN OUR OWN STATE on it a good six room house and of the stars and stripes. Continued from first page out buildings, a new tobacco barn Another measuro that is suggested in costing J 450, a splendid orchard, demand for the special session is tine drilled well in yard and founthe tho County Unit Bill which has been tain ot stock water just in the right shelved by the last two legislatures. place. Will tho Governor act? It is hoped This Is a great bargain and can that he will manifest as much back-bon- o be had for only $45 per acre, halt In this matter as tho President down and balance In payments. Ad. . Adults, 15 cents; Children, 10 cents In tho calling ot tho extra session dress J. P. Blcknoll, Berea, Ky., or ADMISSION of Congress. Robert Boln, Paint Lick, Ky, R, K. Tickets on sale at Porter Drug Co. Doors open at 7:00 P. M. D. No. 2. BOILER EXPLOSION Program at 7:30 P. M. Possession given at once it bought. It is reported from Breathitt County that six persons lost their lives VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY Courier Journal and Tho Climax in by tho explosion ot a boiler at tho NEWS OF THE WEEK FOR SALE tho odltorlal of Feb. 27th. Sho wants owned by Squire Gamble distillery (Contlnutd from firttpage) to bo put on record as denying that I also have a very valuable towm In a remoto part of the county. Three the reported criminality ot tho town slon bill which was killed and that of tho victims aro said to havo been property in Central Berea on south Is duo to tho neglect of the churches tho matter ot tho popular election of side ot Chestnut St, opposite Nasmall children. and schools or to tho character ot Senators will bo brought up again. tional Bank building. This lot to KENTUCKY'S FRUIT CROP 127 foet front extending back 175 their teaching. Sho says that for WHAT CONGRESS DID A good fruit crop is promised for twenty years fcho lived within , tho Tho last short scslon ot tho Cist Kentucky, csiecially Central Ken- feet and has on it a good six room, two story framed house, excellent sound of tho collego bell and sho testl Congress succeeded in providing for ties that llerea was a safe ami good tho fortification ot the Panama Can- tucky, as it Is claimed that tho garden and barn. Also a good" new recent snow and sleet storm protect placo to live. al, two new battle ships, recodification ed tho buds or held them back bo framed store building with living , above Store room 25x60 ft. ot the judiciary laws, creation ot that they aro not likely now to bo preserves In tho Appalachian killed. Tho prospects for a largo All in good condition and a fine loforest BINGHAM FOWLER any one wanting a splenand White Mountains, the construc yield of cherries, plums, pears, peach- cation for did business location in the beautiFowler, a daughter ot tion ot ombassy buildings abroadj es and apples aro said to bo good, Miss Alllo ful and educational town ot Berea, Mr. and Mrs. John Fowler, and Mr. and tho inspection ot locomotivo boll-or- e and It is hoped that tho strawberry Ky. Would sell this property as a six things. Honry Bingham were married Thurscrop will also bo good. whole or separately, together with It failed to pass tho reciprocity day at tweivo o'clock at tho brido'a all my property In Berea, which is THE DEATH CHAIR agreement, tho permanent tariff board homo on Chestnut Street. Tho mar-rlaTho electric chair which is to be for sale. For further Information by bill, tho resolution providing for ceremony was conducted criml- - address, J. P. Blcknoll, Berea, Ky. pastor of tho tho direct election of United States used for tho execution ot all Ror. II. M. Racer, the Arizona-NeMoxlco StateCongregational church. Quito a num- Senators, ber ot relatives and intimate friends hood bill, general service pension bill, YOU CAN HOLD UP ot the family were prcsont. Mr. and ocean mall subsidy bill, and failed to MBVVaxaW Mrs. Bingham left immediately after act on tho Balllnger Plnchot investiga YOUR BREAD the woddlng for Cincinnati where Hon report seven things. It would for criticism with confidence if thoy expect to stay for a short time. soem that it did the little things and you have made it of Cream of 1-1-- Charles D. Utiles Is to bo President Taft's now secretary. Mr. Norton has roslgned and Mr. Utiles Is to take chargo within a very short time. He has been a closo friend and ndvlser of the President for some One of the world's famous illusionists Is to be with us and will years. give a 45 minute entertainment. ROOSEVELT ON TOUR This alone is worth fifty cents of any person's money. His equal has never before been seen on Roosevelt left his homo, Tuesday, for a six weeks our platform. speaking tour. It will take him thru tho South and West and Northwest to Puget Sound and back homo. Ills A descriptive selection is to be our one big hit. Thirty-fiv- e first engagement is at tho Commerpeople take part in this, representing Union and Confederate armies. cial Congress hoing held at Atlanta Thru this number feeling and interest gradually become greater is where President Taft also is to speak. Mr. PRINCE HER.MO In the local option election in Richmond last Friday the temperance forces won by a majority of 123. The election was a very exciting ono and the interest was not confined to the town alone. A big jollification was held by the winning side, election evening. . From Fireside to Battlefield A BIG BARGAIN Saturday Night, March College Chapel 11 go w J. M. C0YLE, Main Street Berea, Kentucky 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 FRESH FISH EVERY THURSDAY Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. PALACE MEAT MARKET Wheat flour. For there will be no fault to be found with it from crust to center. Include a sack of Cream of Wheat flour in your next grocery order. Don't take any other kind. There is only one best flour- - as you'll acknowledge when you come to use the Cream of Wheat brand. J, . ROBERTS, PrO. Made by BEREA ROLLER MILLS Berea ANDREW ISAACS, Prop. Kentucky Paje Six THE.CITIZEN rarest beyond which tho Typhoon was hidden. He pointed out the location of the ship to his companion. Ton nro sure thero Is n small boat waiting for you on tho point?" naked March 9, 1911 hill; they received his letters; the) received the money ha sent them each month but they wanted him. The girl wroto with merciless candor. H had been away four years nnd It was Noll. tlmo for him to return. Sho tc d him "Yes, slnco early morning." why. She wrote what they, thelf Noll was absorbed In thought for loving fear ot Inflicting palnjl would Detailed Description of Homo Owned by Farmer In Ohio some tlmo as he drovo tho canoe never have dared to say. At So end, an Approximate That May te Dttllt through tho tall rice grass that grow In a postscript, sho hnd askedBfor Mi Coat of $2, GOO to 3,000. thick along tho edge of tho shore congratulations on her approaching "How would It bo If I landed you marrlago. f on tho point and mot you tonight at To, Nathnnlol this letter had boon Obndlah'a?" he asked suddenly. "It a torment. Ho saw tho truth nn he Is prohabte that attor we get Marion had nover seen It before that hlf your ship I will not return to placo was back there In Vermont, aboard tho Island again, and It Is quite neces- with his fathor nnd mother; nnd that sary that I run down tho coast for a thero was something unpleasant InJ couple of mllos for " He did not thinking or tho girl ns belonging to' finish his reason, but added: "I can nnothcr. Dut now mnttors had By mako tho wholo dlstanco In this rice chiugcd. Tho letter was a hope and JAMES so tlioro Is no danger of being seen. Inspltmtlon to him nnd he smoothed OLIVER Or you might llo off tho point yonder It out with tender enro. What a rofugj CURWOOD and I would Join you early this ovo- - thnt llttlo home among tho Vermont I nlng." hills would mako for Marlon! He "That would bo a better plan If wo trembled at the thought nnd his heart must separate," said Nathaniel, whoso sang with tho promlso of It as ho went volco botrayod the roluctnnco with his way again through tho thick which ho assented to tho project. Ho growth of tho woods. (Qnbilwiu by Mifnu C had guessed shrewdly at Noll's moIt was half an hour beforo no came tive "Is It posslblo that we may havo out upon tho beach. Eagerly he another young Indy passenger?" he scanned tho sea. The Typhoon was ti"'- - V tfJpTitH 1903 hj IJobUUerrlU Co.) nsktd bantcrlngly. nowhero In sight and tor an Instant 8YNOP8I8. Thero was no answering humor to tho gladness that-- had been la his this In Nell's eyes. , heart gavo placo to a chilling fear. Dut An Attractive Farm Dwelling. N.thnll Plnm. nt th jilnnn "I wish we might!" ho said quietly. tho direction ot tho wind reassured Typhoon, land secretly on 1 (rarer Island, "Wo con!" exclaimed y (Hy J. E. immOMAN.) Nathaniel. him. Casoy had probably moved belighting plant may bo Installed at a irongnoja 01 me Mormon. ue is confronted by Obadlah I'rloe, an "My ship" One of tho most convenient and cost of $375. yond tho Jutting promontory, that oecentrlo oUL man and a member or the "It Is Impossible. I am speaking of swung In tho form ot a cart wheel modern farmhouses ot modernto cost Mormon council, who tellit lilm (hat ho U As both the heating and lighting PMIM. J'rtoe ignores Nat a irotil-tlon- s Wlnnsomo. Arbor Croche's house Is from tho baso of tho point, that ha tho writer has seen Is owned by a plants aro entirely safe, easy to opcr-ut-o that lie has rot the nrronr tn&n. and In It Is comfortable the heart ot tho town nnd guarded might havo sea room In case of some farmer In Ohto. bargains for the ammunition aboard tha and tho expense ot running them loop. He bind Nat by a solemn oath to by dogs. I doubt If she would go. thing worse than a stiff breeze. Dut and handsoruo, and tho farmer and less than tho cost of operating or usdeliver a package (o Franklin fierce, president t 'the United States. Near anyway. Sho has always been Uko a where was the small boat? With his family enjoy practically nil ot tho ing oil lamps and stoves, It would rrlca'e cabin Nat area the frljihtened (ace llttlo sister to Marlon nnd mo and sho ovcry step adding to his anxiety Na - ! advantages that aro to bo found In seem that their uso would pay, to say young woman who disappear In the of a mrKneB. leaving in ooor or macs, n has como to believe something as thanlcl hurried along tho narrow rim , axf homes. Tho house has row an-o- f nothing of the added comfort nnd develops that Plum's visit to the Island wo do. I liato to leave her." bench. Ho went to tho very tip K,M Rml corners and It mny bo built pleasuro derived from them. m to demand settlement from the kin-- . Tho furnaco will without doubt preHtrang. for the looting of Ills ship some "Obadlah mo about her of tho point whtch reached out like nt nn approximate coat of $2,800 to told lime previously, supposedly br Mormons. mothor," ventured Nathaniel. "He the whlto forefinger of n lady's hand $3,000, aud contain many ot the lm vent much sickness if tho fresh air 'asey, the mate, baa been left In charge of the sloop with orders to bombard St. said that some day Wlnnsome will bo Into the sea; he passed the spot wbero provements essential to comfort, util- shaft Is properly Installed, nnd the James If Nat does not return within a a ouocn." gas lights will save tho housewife ho hnd lain concealed the preceding ity and beauty. certain time. I'rloe takes Nat In the The main or front part of tho house much lubor; also you will havo a light "I knew her mother," replied Nell, day; his breath came faster and fastsrKness. to the king's home, and throush a trindnw Im ham IhA kin kimI as though be had not heard Na- er; ho ran, and called softly, and at Is 2S feet square and tho kitchen nnd equal to any city light, tlectrlclty not hlii wires, among; whom Is the lady of the lilacs, whom Prloe says Is the sev- - thaniel's last words. He looked frank- last halted In the arch ot the cart pantry 14x20 foot. Tho lower story Is excepted. .cans ai cue itinera or ly Into tho other's race. "I worshipped whcol with tho fear rnui wue. Tho collar has nn lnsldo entrance In his 9 feet high and tho second story 8 flee, where he Is warned br a. rnunr woman that his Ufa Is In dancer. Strang her!" breast Over all those miles of sea feet 6 Inches. Tho exterior walls under tho main stairway, nlso an, outn receives rium cordially, professes " there was no sign of tho sloop. From aro covered with shlplap end lap sid- side entrance when he hears the captain's griev Hoot cellar, front room, etc.. are ance, ana promises to punisn ine guilty. "From a distance," ho hastened. end to end of tho point thero was no ing with building paper between. The I'lum sgaln receives warning or his dan-te- r. She' was as pure as Wlnnsomo roofs are covered with best grado ot provided In the basement. is boat What did It mean? Breathless- 5 Me rescues Nell, who Is betne pub, to 2 cedar shingles, that Is, flvo of Tho pantry Is so located that It prelicly whipped. The king ordors Arbor now. Little Winn looks like her. ly he toro his way through tho strip urocne. no stienrr ana rather of Wlnn-omSomo day sho will bo as beautiful." of forest on tho promontory until all tho shingles, when placed together, sents tho hent from entering tho ths girl who warned Nat. to pur-ti- e during the summer months and kill the two men. Plum and Nell Lake Michigan to the south lay before will measure practically 2 Inches at "Sho is beautiful now." plan to escape on the Typhoon. Plum Is a mero child. Why, It his eyes. The Typhoon was gone I tho thick ends. These shingles will 'and contains china ilosct with doors "But she iraI?.Jht. Marlon. In0 tfrt 0f thB tft0s, seems only a year ago , slightly more, but they will cupboard, S NelPs Stlter. Una la nnf vt nunliul that I was to Was It posslblo that Casey had aban- cost about threo times as long as also opening to dining-roomto Strang. Plum suggests carrying her the flour bin, etc. hope of Nathaniel's return and last ting her about on my shoulders! And doned mo vmp. neu approves. " S to 2 shingles. All rooms ore ot good slio well by Oeorgo, that was a year before was already lying oft St Jhrnes with All Interior side walls and ceilings lighted, nnd nmplo closet room Is proCHAPTER VI Continued. The thought sent a hor mother dlodt Sho Is sixteen shotted gun? linen closet shiver of despair through him. He receive threo coats of plaster with vided; also a now." has an open The living-rooHorror, not foar, eont an Involun passed to tho opposite side ot the white finish. All floors aro quarter-sawe- d Nathaniel laughed softly. yellow plno. Tho trim for which also has smoke fluo for tary shiver through Nathaniel. "Tomorrow sho will bo making love. point and followed It foot by toot but -room, living-roohall and liTho "Thej can't roach usl" assured Nell, NclL and before you know It she will there was no sign ot life, no distant brary Is of birch with mahogany tho furnace. dining-room- , 'large nrches connecting tho hall nnd Thero woe IhO glitter of triumph In bo married and havo a family of her flash ot white that might have been stain. Tho kitchen and pantry has -room causes theso roams to seom his eyes. "This was to hare bpen rar own. I tell you she Is a woman and the canvas of the sloop Typhoon. pine trim with oil finish. larger than they roally nro, and with There was only ono thing for him hard war or oscaco after I klllod Strang, If you are not a fool you will take h6r Entlro second floor has plno A quarter ot a mllo deeper In tho away with Marlon." to do wait So he went to his hiding with flat tints except bathroom, trim sultablo rugs, curtains, etc., n beautiwhich ful effect may bo obtained. swamp I bare a canoe." He picked With a powerful stroke ot his pad' place ot tho day beforo and watched Tho houso has no fancy work, but up the gun and box and began forcing dlo Nell brought tho canoe In to the the sea with strain lag eyes. An hour has enamel finish. A good solid limestone neatly painted will present a passed and his still achlnj vision saw foundation Is placed under or cement when good his way through the dense alder along shoro. tho house icry front nnd will not look out no sign of sail; two hours and tho and a edgo of the stream. "I'd like to the There!" ho whispered, "You have cxcnvatlon under the of placo on nlmost any building lot, stay aud murder those dogs," ho. called only to cross this point to reach your sun was falling In a blinding glare front basement hot-ai- r part. A Is and for many reasons this building furnace back, "but It wouldn't bo policy." boat Ho stretched out his long arm over tho Wisconsin wilderness. At placed In tho basement, nlso a hollow seems espeqlnlly adapted to rural dla last he sprang to his feet with a hope- wlro lighting plant. The furnaco and trlcts. For n time ths crashing ot their less cry and stood for a few moments bodies through tho denso growth ot undecided. Should ho wait until night the swamp drowned all other sound, with tho hope of attracting the attenand social obligation, resting nt least Kivo minutes later Noll stopped on tho as strongly on tho farmer as on any tion of Nell and Joining him In his RACE SUICIDE edgo of a wide bog. Tho hounds wore one canoe-o- r should ho hasten In the digiving fierce tongue In tho forest on AMONG FARMERS nmongelse, to wicournKO family llfu workers, nnd thus to promoto rection of St James? In tho darkness their lett and tholr nearness sent stability in rural populations nnd to he might miss Nell, unless ho kept Nathaniel's hand to his pistol. Nell discourage tho nomndlsm among laup n constant shouting, which would .saw the tnoremont and laughed, probably bring tho Mormons down Decline In Population Shown by borers which Is tho bnno of our agri"Don't like the sound, eht" bo said. t tur ul cultural enterprises. Last Census In Agricu upon blm; if be went to St James "We, get used to It on Ucaver Island. Arena Due to Dtucouriifd-raen- t It Is altogether probable that the there was a possibility of reaching They're Just about at tho place whoro at Murried Workers. actual decline In population, shown Casoy. He still had faith In Obadlah they toro llttlo Jim Schredder to by the last census to havo taken pieces a few weeks back. Schredder and he was suro that the old man placo in extenslvo agricultural areas. would help him to reach his ship; he (lly c. It HAUNR) tried to kill one of the ciders for steal Tho pitiful story was told recently Is duo to tho discouragement of marmight even assist him In his scheme ing his wife wbllo he was away on a riage among farm workers, nnd the In a northern dally paper of an Inot getting Marlon from tho island. night's fishing trip." 1TO DK CONTINUED.) dustrious and capablo farm laborer refusal of employment to men with He plunged to bis knees In the bog. families. who had answered several advertise"They caught him just boforo bo Where the Women Come In. That way lies tho dccllno of stntps reached the uwamp," ho flung back Tlo after tlo tho clerk placed before ments ot farmers In need of Just such of democracy. If wo hardto-pleasover his tmoulder. '"Two minutes Percy. Hod, yellow, experienced services as ho was able nnd tho ruin In population, growth nnd the more nod ho would havo been safe." blue, green, striped all tbo colors of to render: but whoso application was want perfect working out Nathaniel, sinking to his knoes in the rainbow. Some ho liked and laid rejected, In each Instance, because ho cratic Ideas underlyingof tho DemoAmerican Inhad n wlfo and two small children. the in I re, forged up besldo him. aside; others he returned to tbo salesThe farmers wnnted neither women stitutions, wo must reverse our methhe exclaimed, as a breath "Lord!" man. Hut, to Percy's great Interest ot air brought a suddon burst of blood- Nell Forced the Dugout Through the salesman did not return all the. nor children about their farms. So ods, wclcomo rathor than repel tho the Water. man family, and' bo willing curdling cries to thorn. "It they'd "rejectod" to the boxes whence they this competent farm worker was share, with a him pomo portion ot to with employment in a the loosed them on us sooner " and In tho silence tho two shook had come. Many he placed together obliged to accept opportunities of tho farm. city stnble. Ho shivered nt the terrible griniaco hands. "If you should happen to In ono capacious tray. It Is to bo feared that this Is by no Sail turned on him. think of a way thnt we might get "Aren't you putting that back In the Utmost Precautions Needed. Human wrong box?" oxclalmcd Percy, at last, means an isolated Instance. "Had Uiey slipped tho leashes when Wlnnsome " ho added, coloring. Impure milk will bo tho result If the been so far eliminated. we escaped, wo would havo been with his curiosity aroused, as yet another kindness has Tho sudden grip ot his companion's In utmost precautions are poor Schredder now, Captain Plum. fingers modo him flinch. rejected was tossed Into tho box of In many cases, from tbo relationship handling It, and Impure not taken mtllc necesbetween the farmer and his hired By tho way" ho stopped a moment "Wo must!" snld Nathaniel. failures. help, nnd that relationship has beun sarily means that its products will al"Oh, no." replied tho man. to wlpo the water and mud trom his Ho climbed nshoro and watched Nell "We put so exclusively on a hard business so bo Impure and havo very poor face " Uiree days after they covered until he had disappeared In the wild havo orders, when five or six mun that tho complaint Is common keeping qunlltlos. It should ho rememSchrcddcr'8 bonos wltli muck out rice. Then ho turned Into tho woods. turn down a tie, to tJt It out and put basis,"tho farmer caros more for tho bered that all contamination depends that there, the elder took Schredder's wlfol Ho looked at his watch and saw that It nslde." and happiness of his cattlo upon somo form of bacteria, which "And Is It then returned to the ma- comfort than ho docs for tho fine was (oo pretty for a flshorman." It was only 2 o'clock. Ho was cong aro present everywhere nnd which and hogs queried Percy. He started on, but halted suddenly scious ot no fatlguo; ho was not kers?" multiply very readily under certain of his mon." "Oh, dear, no! Wo sell them to la with uplifted hand. No longer could of hunger. To him the whole Undor healthier conditions In rural conditions and temperatures. they hear tho baying of tho dogs. world had suddenly opened with glo- dles who come in here to buy ties for life, tho married workman would "They'vo struck the creek!" said rious promlso and In tho still depths their husbands."' Japanese Farmers tho same prcferenco that ho Nell. "Listen!" of the forest bo felt like singing out Of Japan's 45,000,000 peoplt,, 20,000,-00- 0 Didn't Like Course Dinners. generally does from employers In After nu Interval of silence there his rejoicing. He had never stopped aro farmers. The whole body Is A colored woman, native ot the niorcantllo and manufacturing purto ask himself what might be tho end south, had been working for a flat suits; ns being moro rellnblu nnd less supported by a cultivated nrca of but cauio n long mournful howl. "Treed Ireod or In the water, that's of this passion that had overwhelmed dwelling family of modorato means In likely to seek n change. It fnlrly well 10,000 squaro miles. Every foot of what the howling means. IIoiv Orocho him; ho lived only In tho present. In the ICaat end, but resigned recently treated, than tho single man. AslJo soil la utilized; tho farmer Is n specialand his devils are howling nutv!" tho knowledge) thnt Marlon was not to accept a place bringing hlghei from this, however, thero U a moral ist. A curse was mingled with Nell's a wife, and that It was he whom fate wages with p. wealthy family who bieath as he forced his way through had chosen for her deliverance. He lived In a largo bouse on ICucltd tho bog. Twenty rodB farther on they reasoned nothing beyond tho sweet heights and have their dinner served cauio to a nil mo covered bit of water eyes that had called upon him, that In courses every night Just as If Ihsrs on which was floating a dugout ca- had burned their gratitude, their hope was company. noe. Immense rollef replaced the ami their despair upon his noul; nothThis colored woman Dad ben anxloty lu Nathaniel's faco as ho ing bcyoud tho thought that she would brought up to put cverythlug on th climbed into It 'At that moment be soon bo freo from tho mysterious In table at one:, with tbo exception po was willing to fight a hundred mon fluence ot the Mormon king and that slbly ot tho dessert, and did not taka for Murlon's sake, but snakes and hogs for days and plghts utter that she kindly to tbo course system. 1907 A few days ago her former mis and bloodhounds were entirely outside would bo on the same ship with him. his pule of argument ana he exhibited He had emptied the pockets of the tress met her on tho street and In bo hesitation In betraying this fact to coat ho bad given Nell nnd now he quired bow she liked her new place. "Oh, not ro'y well, she replied. " his companion. For n quarter of a brought forth the old letter which mllo Nell forced the dugout through Obadlah had rescued from the sands, don't HKe this byab way of su'vln' water viscid with sllmo and rotted lie road It over and over again as he things In cou'sos. Tbe's too much substance boforo the clearer channel sat for a few momenta In the cool of sblftln' o' the dlsbos fo' the fewness o -- Cow of the creek was reached. As they the forest aud there was no trouble the vlttlos." .7 ?sx I vJs-progri-KHcthe stream constantly be- In his face now. It was from a girl. Matter of Plrnclple. came deecr und more nivlgable until Ho hud knovn that girl, years ago, as Is he lary?" It Anally began to show signs of a our-re- Noll knew Wlnnsome; In years of 1 would hardly say that Yoa'v and a little. Ir.ter, under tho jow-rfu- l wandering he had almost forgotten heard tno expression; "Unseealy Impetus of Nell's paddle, the ca- - her until this letter came. A dairy farmer near Myrtle, Out. with u herd ot 20 cows. Increased tho It bad baste?-- ' moo uiot from between the dense brought many memories back to him yield of milk by 2.4G3 itounds per cow, Tho financial returns were J 52.72 per "Why, certainly." shorus Into the 0111 lake. A mile with shocking cleanim. Tho old folk , wcu, an nasi loots tau way to cow In 1905, aud $70.70 lu 190S. The Kolu Is shown by the relative vJLwu ei away Nllunlol dlsneruod the point of ( were still In the little lioa'e um'er the j him, .Uu milk can. SERIAL STORY ATTRACTIVE FARM DWELLING CONVENIENT AND INEXPENSIVE at THE HAND OF GOD ly REV. STEPHEN PAULSON The Courage of Captain Plum 3 forting, and that In the personal providence of a loving father tho hand of nod upon all them for good that seek him. TEXT The hand of Clod la upon att them that arek dim for imxl.-Ki- rs, a. These words woro spoken by Ezra tho king Artaxerxes of Ilabylon. Kira was sent back to Jerusalem with great stores of gold nnd silver for tho temple. Tho king offered him a military guard for tho Journey, but Kxra declares It unnecessary, for, ho says, "The hand of God Is upon all them for good, that seok hlra." Ezra hero announces n fact which often pnsscn out of our reckoning. Thero was a time when fatalism was tho general creed and It still lingers In many minds. It Is a dreary faith to llvo by and not true to facts. There Is a moro beautiful creed nnd moro com- -- sua-1nl- First lot us recognize that dlvinn government In our lives Is a fact No one con llvo and defy flod'a laws with Impunity. Many men seem to think that no notice Is taken of tholr ac tions, and thoy go on In their evil ways and apparently prosper. Occasionally ono mny escape from tho Justice ot human law, but thero Is no ca-ca- 1 g Inrtig-hatlo- "Ok-h-h!- , e. good-slzc'- flro-plac- o dining- living- with yourself, but Clod Is not satlsflod with you. Only to ono did ho say, "This Is my beloved son In whom I are well pleased." Thero aro so many things In our lives that Ood Is not pleased with If his hand Is upon us for good. So Ood nover nllows us to remain In pcaco. You would not uipect. God's government In our Uvea to bo ono of Indifference and tranquillity. Do you think, for Instance, that Ood Is satisfied with social and moral and political conditions as they aro? No, ho Is not. And thercforo God Is continually stirring up good mon and Influences to battle against ovlt and oppression and to spread tbo principles of his kingdom, and there are those who resent this divine interference and mako his servants bear the brunt ot their displeasure. The gospel of Jesus Christ la a disturbing element wherever It comes, for It cannot exist sldo by side with evil and oppression, without striving to oppose and overcome them. That was what Jesus had reference to when ho said, "I am not come to send pcaco upon the earth, but a sword." rance and darkness. I'rogress was an unknown word nnd not desired. The samo customs and practices and the samo primitive methods had obtained for 2,000 years. Then came the man with tho gospel and It proved a disturbing clemont. Missionaries have sometimes been accused by shortsighted persons of causing disturbance and dissension. Tho charge Is true In so far as they are true to the gospel they preach. It Is the eternal nnd inovltablo conflict between light and darkness, between truth and falsehood, between good and evil, between Christ and Hatnn. Tho hand of Ood In human lives Is a progressive element. God disturbs our lives to movo them on to something bettor. With him thero Is never retrogression. If God asks mo to strike my tent today to movo yonder. It Is because yonder thero is a higher possibility, a moro glorious outlook. Progress Is not necessarily pleas-an- t Notico how Moses speaks, of the departuro from Horcb, whnro many of Israelites were most willing to remain: "And when wo departed from Horcb wo went through all tho great end tcrrlblo wilderness which ye saw by tho way of the mountain of tho Ammorltcs." It was progress, but It was not pleasant It was through tha great nnd terrible wilderness. It was difficult progress, but tho goal was Canaan, tho land of promlso. Thero Is a beautiful Illustration ot tho hand of Ood In human lives. In chapter of Deutertho thirty-secononomy: "As an eaglo stlrrcth up her nest, tluttcrcth over her young, tnkcth them, benreth them on her pinions; so tho I)rd did lead him." Tho plcturo Is full of poetry, full of life and truth and benuty. Think over It. Tho nest Is upon a rocky height Tho mother eaglo comes and takes tho cnglots and flings them out ot tho nest They scream with fright and begin to fall to the ground. Hut having stirred up her nest, the eaglo "spreadeth nbroad her wings." She swoops beneath them, "beareth them Rho drops them on her pinions." again and again they struggle but this tlmo not so helplessly. They begin to understand what she means. She Is teaching them to fly. I'crhaps circumstances havo flung you out until you felt lost In an clement thai was new and strange to you, Look unto God, who Is the help ot all who seek him. Ho spreads out tho wings ot bis omnipotence to protect you. Ho Is teaching you to use tho gifts which he has bestowed upon you. Thero Is a purposo In the great wings of the eaglo. It is flight. Thero is a purposo in your life, O child of Ood. It is flight Godward, sunward, nvenward. Right Paternalism. Let us have tho right kind ot paternalism, whtch shall not protect infant Industries, but protect Infante from Industry. Ilov. 8. 8. Wise. Hebrew, .New York City. . from divine law. The band of Cod It n disturbing element You may bo perfectly satlaflnd China lived In d Igno- . o well-bein- con-uclo- COW TESTING IS VALUABLE jgBfe P cow J ljg; j March 9, 1911 THE CITIZEN Page Seven OF SUMMER APPLES IM Its Members HOUSE IS RUSHING ITS WORK Do Not Desire to Be Held Responsible for an Extra Session. OLD MEN ON DUTY AT NIGHT Osn. Kelfer and Other Veteran Stick Navy Department 8eke to Pott Hulk of French Warship Famous Name In the Military Academy. By QEORQE CLINTON. Washington. Members, of both parties In tho bouse of representative made up their mlrids aiter the prolonged filibuster on the omnlbua claim bill that It would not be wise politically for either party to have tho house charged, up with delaying matters so that an extra session would be necessary, evea If reciprocity did not cause the president to call It. The result of this feeling has ben that the houso ha been pushing things through at a rapid gait under what amounts to a suspension of tho ordinary rule of procedure. The scenes at a recent night session of the house were duplicates virtually of scenes which occurred when the members, or some of them, sat up all night during the attempt of tho Republican Insurgent and most of the Democrats to affect a change In the rule?. Night sessions are hard on the members, especially the older ones, hut It U a curious thing to note that tho old men, ho suffer most, are the ones who stick closest to their desks and the fight while the trouble Is on. Perhaps It Is the desire of tho older members to avoid a chargo that ago hoa weakened them that keeps them at tho post of duty through the long night sessions while some of the younger members nro home and In bed or, at best, sleeping on the lounges or In the chairs of tho cloakrooms. Two old Civil war veterans of the house, one a Republican and ono a Democrat General Kelfer and Oeneral Hherwood always havo been on the night picket lino when the two parties In the bouse were engaged In midnight warfare. General Kelfer's Achievement. A year ago when Speaker Cannon was delaying a ruling on a point of order which affected a chango In the rules, parliamentary atratcgy mado It Accessary to keep the house In session all night member after ber rose to speak In order that tho debate might continue so aa to prevent tho forcing of tho speaker's hand. It was one o'ctock In the morning and the supply of ready and willing speakers on tho Republican sldo seemed to have been pretty nearly exhausted. Then up rose General Kelfer and for an hour and a half he addressed tho house, his voice being heard In every corner of the galleries. Ho spoke as though It were ten o'clock In the morning and bo had risen refreshed On from a long night's slumber. March 4 Oeneral Kelfer will leave tho house for private life. Onco on a time be was speaker of the houso of representatives and. oa probably everybody In tho United States knows from hla pictures, he always appears In public In "full dress" evening nttlre. Seek Hulk of Warship. The navy department has ordered two vessels, charged with tho duty of finding and destroying derelicts, to search for the hulk of Hie old French warship Illchelleu which, water-loggehss been reported to and abandon bo in the trait- of liners somewhere between the American coast and Qucenstown. If tho Illchelleu Is found she will be destroyed. In case she is not found near enough to some port to be towed In. Kvcn If the latter proves to be the case. Immediate destruction may follow provided the boat Is found not to be worth the saving, Derelicts aro a danger to commerce. It Is believed that many and many a ship which never has been heard from has gono down aa the result of a collision with some waif of the sea. There are some scores of derelict known to be afloat and the search for them by specially commissioned vessels of every government Is constantly In progress. A list Is kept of every derelict which I reported and when ono Is found and destroyed or towed Into port, it I checked from the record. Strive as hard as the govern menta of the world can, tho derelict Hit remains about tho tamo year In and year out. When one I found and destroyed another ono usually la reported to take It place, and It the average of those afloat can be kept about tha amo from year to year It seem to be about all that tho navigation Interest can expect. Tested Her Ram on a Derelict. Some year ago the ram Katahdln, which Is now out of commission, found n watnr-logrelumber ship abandoned at sea off Cape Hattoras. At that time the ram type of ship was more or less an experiment and the captain of the Katahdln thought ho would put his heavily reinforced prow to tho test, and so he ordered full speed ahead and tho Kntatbdln rammed tho derelict amidships. The shock of the Impact threw most of the crew of the war vessel to tho deck, but no one was hurt, while tho lumber ship was cut almost in tro. The Katahdln backed out and In a tew moments the derelict fitted and sank. Most of her lumber load, which was largely on deck, float trans-Atlantic d steel-pointe- to navigation. This In the season for the dlstrlbu tlon of free vegetable nnd flower scedi by motnber of congress. Every mem' ber Is given a certain number of seed package for distribution among hit constituents. There I a belief gen ernlly throughout the country that who represent mcmbcro of congrcs crowded city district havo no use foi those seed and this belief was well based n few years ago, but matteri have changed complotely. Osrdens In the Cities. Within tho last threo or four yean the social settlement workers In thi great cities have been Instructing thi tenoment dweller In the value of mak Ing their little crowded home aa at Health and tractive as possible. morals are Improved by pleasant sur rounding according to the view oi the Socialist. The result has been (hat In thousands of the tenements of New York City, Chicago and other big cities there are Indoor garden In wtn ter and outdoor garden In summer. It Is true that these gardens ar limited In sixe, but on hundreds of back porches and on the window ledges of the tenement districts of New York green boxes' appear In the spring and summer season and each a box contain growing geraniums, and other flower. Some of the tenement dwellers manage to raise vegetables on tho roofs and on the back porches. Each senator and representative Is allowed a certain number of government publications free for distribution among his constituents. It happens that occasionally thero is a great demand from one district for a certain publication, a demand which exhausts quickly tho supply of the member representing tho district. Then comes a scries of exchanges, tho member who wants publications exchanging garden seeds for them with some other member who prefers seeds to the printed matter. This sort of bartering goes on constantly and by carrying It on judiciously, each member is able to meet the particular requirements of his district. Famous Names hi West Point. Tho next class which enter the United States Military academy will be tho largest In tho history of the Institution, according to tho war department reports. In Juno there will enter tho cadet camp a "plebe." which I the West Point namo for freshmen, ono hundred and fifty young men, representing every state and territory In the union. Among tho candidates Is a boy named Ilobcrt E. Lee. Tbcro havo been several Lees, all belonging to the samo family, In attendance at West Point slnco the day of tho first Ilobcrt E. Leo, who afterward became the chief general of the Confederate army. Tho boy who will enter the government school In June Is, however, the first Itobert E. Leo to become a cadet since the great soldlor of that namo reported at West Point eighty-si- x years, ago. Robert E. Leo gradated at tho head or his class. "Stonewall's Grandson a Cadet. The grandson of Thomas J. ("Stono-wall"- ) Jackson Is now a cadet at West Point His mother was a daughter of the Confederate commander. The boy's namo Is Thomas Jonathan Jackson Christian. He was appointed to the military academy by President Roosevelt who In appointing blm wrote a letter to tho widow of "Stonewall" Jackson saying that ho was proud of tho opportunity to appoint her grandson and tho grandson of the great Confederate soldier to a cadet-shi- p at the United States military pan-sle- ed on tho surface of the sea, but 0 planki and tho log were separated and nono of them waa of sufficient elto or weight to be In Itself a menace MICUIM GROWING Department Make of Agriculture Study of Industry In Middle 1855 Atlantic States. On nearly every form summer apples have had a place slnco very early days, and varieties have been developed, extending the season of apple pro duction over tho entlro summer, as woll a autumn. While as a ruloithts fruit has been grown for family consumption, the surplus has found Its way to market. Tho marked decline In tho production of peaches within tho past few years has brought nbout a considerable extension of tho early apple Industry on a commercial scale, which extension has been most marked In the mlddlo Atlantic states, where especially advantageous transporta-tlo- n routes, both rati and water, and the prdxlmlty of large markets have stimulated the enterprise, which has It center in tho region near Philadelphia. The United States department of agriculture, as a result of this extension, has mado a study of the early apple Industry, with the middle Atlantic states as a field, and published the Information collected In a bulletin entitled "8ummcr Apples In tho Middle Atlantic States," Issued by tho bureau of plant Industry. This bulletin Is a compendium of Information covering all phases of the question of early applo production. Including soils, cllmato, culture, picking, packing, marketing, etc. Numerous varieties are described, and seasons and other data conveniently presented In tabular form. truck-producin- Berea College Over 64 instructors, 1365 students from 27 state. Largest college library in Kentucky. NO SALOONS. 1910 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS, Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL SHOWY AND HARDY PERENNIAL Kelwayl Blooms Freely, Anthemls Flowers Being Daisy-Likand of Rich Golden Color. e A special teacher for each grade and for each msda subject So many classes that each student can be placed with ethers like kunself, where he can make most rapid p regress. A snowr and beautiful hardy peren nial blooming the first season, and da ring the summer months for many Which Department Will Yon Enter? THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced. Base lecture, library and general advantages aa for more Sdvaxoed'stadeata. JLrtlhmetia and the common bronchos taught the right way. Drawing, Singing, Bible, Handwork, L pi sons in Farm and Household Management, sta Free test MAKING NOVEL BIRD HOUSES Common Garden Flower Pot May Be Used by Enlarging Opening at the Bottom. A novel uso of the common garden flower pot may bo made by enlarging tho sinnll opening at the bottom with a pair or pliers, nnd carefully breaking books. , i TRADE COURSES for any wtio save finished StUi grade (fraction aa compound numbers), Brickwork, Farm Management, Prlntlar. Woodwork. Nursing, Dressmaking, Household Management "Learn and Bara." ACADEMY, REGULAR COURSE, 2 years, for Ukm who have largely finished common branches. The most practical sad IntereaUasj studies to fit a young person for an honorable, and useful life. CHOICE OF 8TUDIE8 1 offered Is this conns so, that a young saw nay secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady ta Home ScUaoe. ACADEMY, COMMERCIAL, 1 year or 2 year to fll for Business. Brrsa-mal) part of this course, as fall and winter Urms. 1 very profitable. extra fees. ACADEMY, PREPARATORY, 2, S and 4 year courses, with latin, Algebra, History, Science, etc., fitting for college. COLLEGIATE, 4 years. Literary, Scientific and Classical course, wit' me of laboratories, scientific apparatus, and ail modora methods. The a Oe-ma- academy. Elliott Woods Is tho superintendTo Mr. Woods ent of the capltol. fall the duty of making such changes as aro nocessary In the great national legislative balls. Ho Is responsible for tho lighting, tho ventilation, the hanging of pictures and for tho comfort and convenience of senators and member nnd In fact for everything which pertains to the great structure Just at present the superintendent I Introducing uniform lighting fixtures. In most of the room of senator and representative In tho capltol proper, the office buildings being disregarded, there were Installed years ago brass fixture for lighting purposes. They never have been satisfactory and they have been regarded by persons with an artistic Bense In some a being extremely ugly. case stiver and crystal chandeliers al ready have been Installed. Beautiful Chandelier In Capltol. It may seom to some people that silver and crystal are not as appealing a are brais antiques, but thero are already in the capltol some crystal chandelier which are nothing less than superb. For many years these great lighting fixtures hung from the ceilings of the rooms In tho White House whero their beauty attracted the attention of every visitor, for some reason or other nil but one or two of tbcm wore taken down and actually stored away a virtually worthies Junk. Tho superintendent of tho capltol finally got bold of these old chandelier and bung two of them In the committee rooms of the capltol. As a result these rooms are tho most attraj-tlvIn the entlro structure. The cban deliers simply are cxqulslto In workmanship and moreover tho crystal reflects many colored raya of light, not too dazzling, but on the whole softly beautiful. It Is the Intention to Install new fixtures In other part of th capltol which In appearanco will bi In koeplng with thoso which a curloui "twist of taste" was responsible fo rejecting from the Whit Hout on tho bill. Anthemls Kelwayl. a years Hflerward, Is Anthemls Kelwayl. Tho plants are easily started from seeds, grow a foot high and bloom freely, tha (lower being Dalsy-llkc- , two Inches across, nnd of n rich, golden color. A big plat of this elegant flow or was In bloom at ono of the seed gardens nt Erfurt, Oormany, when tho editor was thero, nnd It was n sheet of gold, gorgeous beyond description. This flower likes a sunny cxposnro nnd rich, porous soil. The seedlings may bo raised In a window-box- , hotbed or garden bed, and transplanted when largo enough, sotting the plants eight Inches npart each way. They will thus cover tho ground, nnd a glorious mass of flowers. Even tho follago la beautiful, being of graceful form, elegantly cut oc fringed, says Park's Floral Magazine. Tho engraving represents a plant la full bloom, nnd will afford a good Idea of Its follago and flowers. Tho seeds Pot Fastened to the Board. may bo obtained of most any rcpu-tabl- e clay away until tho opening lis dealer at 5 cents per packet. It the Is always greatly ndmlred by thoso largo enough to admit a small bird. who are fond of golden flowers. Place tho pot bottom side up on a board that Is three Inches wider than the diameter of tho largest pot used FRUIT PICKER IS PRACTICAL and fasten It to the board with wood cleats and brass screws. Fit the cleats to the sides of tho pot Prevents Bruising When Picked by as possible, writes William F. as closa Steckor Flexible Holder Illustration of Massachusetts In the Popular Me Shows Operation. chanics. One or mora pots may ba used, as shown In tho sketch. Tho. board on which tho pots are To prevent fruit from being bruised when picked, a fruit picker with fastened Is nailed or screwed to a post bolder has been Invented, In or pole 10 or 12 feet In height. The which provision Is mado for varying board Is braced with lath or similar tho capacity of tho holder to obviate strips ot wood, making a framework tho necessity of dropping the fruit to miltnblo for a roost In designing tho any distance, says the Scientific roost, ;ho lath can be arranged to mako It qulta attractive, or the braces may be twigs nnd branches of a tree to make a rustic effect tlnc-torlbe-coflox-iblo highest educational standards. NORMAL, 3 and courses fit for the profession of teaching. First year, parallel to 8th grade Model School, enables one to get a flnt-cli- a Following years (winter and spring terms) give the tnformatlaa, cortlflcato. culture' and training necessary for a truo teacher, and cover branches necessary for State cortlflcato. MUSIC, Singing (free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may be tali on as an extra in connection with any course. Small extra, fee. Expenses, Regulations, Opening Days. Berea Collego Is not a money-makininstitution. All the money received from students Is paid out for tholr benefit, and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pay In. This great deficit Is mado up by the girts ot Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Boroa .In order that it may train young men and women for Uvea of usefulness. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation ot the young people. Our students come from tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except thoso with parents in Berea live in College buildings, and assist In work ot boarding hall, farm and shops, recotvlng valuable train' Ing, and getting pay according to the voluo of their labor. Except In winter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their es penses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for elothlng, laundry, postage, books, eta, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wrap g and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes, are nocessary. The Store furnishes books, tollot articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without ceffoe or extras, $1.35 a week la tho fall, and 11.50 in winter. For room, furnish od, fuol, lights, wash Ing of bedding, 40 cents a week in fall and spring, SO cents In winter. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," aa guarantee tor return ot room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and Is returned when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for caro of school build, lngs, hospital library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of tearbors all our Instruction Is a free gift). Tho Incidental Feo for most students Is $5.00 a term, $G in Academy and Normal, and $7.00 in CoIIo-gla- to courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental feo. and room rent by the term, board by tho half term. Installments are as follows: Vocational, FALL Model School Normal and academy $ COO G.60 Colics Incidental Fee Room ,$6.00 6.(0 9.45 $7.00 i'M 9.'41. $22,01 9.41 $31.56 Board, 7 weeks 2, 1910.. 9.45 $21.05 9.45 $30.50 Amount due Sept. 14, 1910 Board for 7 weeks, due Nov. Total for term If paid In advance WINTER $20.05 9.45 $29.50 $29.00 $ 6.00 6.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 178.50 $ 5.00 4.00 C.7G Dehorning as new. A makes old trees become $30.00 $31.0t - Fruit Picker With Expansible Holder. American. tion, tho fruit picker comprises a pair of Jaws, shown open. In full lines, but which may bo drawn to a closed position, shown In dotted lines, by operating a lever connected to ono of the Jaws by means of a wire. A bag mounted on tho Jaws pastes through a slotted yoke, which limits ltd capacity, lly sliding a sleeve upwurd. tho Jaws aro rulsed. drawing tho bag'out or the )oko, and Increasing Its capacity. Hill 8trawberrlees. Rxperlmtnts mado at tho Pennsylvania experiment station show that all hill strawberries ana not larger and better formed than those grown In matted rows, provided tho matted row Is u narrow one. lloth hllta aud matted rows produced fruit somewhat Inferior to that from narrow matted rows. It Is evident that different soil conditions nnd cultural methods, especially In the matter of manuring, would change these rcsultn somewhat Dioro fawThbly to the hill system. As shown In tho Illustra- strawberry plant Is naturally an evergreen. Not everyone who farms has a good family orchard. Intelligent pruning Is also very'noo etsary to raising fruit. The first warm days ot spring give gardeners an Inspiration for flowers. In general, the best results are ob tained from spraying applications. made In cloudy weather. Spraying Is at least half of fruitgrowing as well as a good port ot gardening and truck farming. Pruning the farm orchard Is a knotty problem to the beginner; In fact the older heads aro bothered. Do Euro to spray tho trees from nil sides and cover every portion rrom tho ground to tho ends of the branches. For currants make ground rich by liberal use of barnyard manure and commercial fertilizer, having plenty of potash. As to tho spraying of the farm orchard, thero Is no question but what It will pay and tho moro thorough yon aro, the better the results. The oozing out ot the sap from chorry nnd peach trocs, forming drops or lumps ot gum. arises from a ills cased condition of tha trees. Hurry up the grafting. If not done luBt month. A paste of row manure and clay, bound on to a partially, girdled tree trunk, will often save the tree. Pruning whouM be an annual affair, ami the best time to do It Is lato In tho winter or Just before' the buds open. It should begin when the tree Is first planted. Incidental Fee Room f loard, 6 weeks 6.00 6.00 9.00 $ 7.04 6.01 9.01 $22.00 9.01 $31.01 30.5 $ 7.0C 4.0C Amount due Jan. 4, 1911 Board for C weeks, die Feb. Total for term If paid in advance SPRING $21.00 9.00 $30.00 15, 1911. ) $29.50 $ 6.00 4.00 6.75 $16.75 6.75 Incidental Fee noom-.- . Board, 5 weeks 6.71 $17.71 Amount due March 29, 1911 Beard for 5 weeks, due May 3, 1941,. $15.75 C.75 6.7t $23.&o $23.50 $24.61 Total for term S23.00 $24.04 If paid In advance $23.00 REFUNDING. Students who lcavo by permission before the end ot a term receive back for money advanced as follows; (No al'owanco for frso tlon ot a week.) On board, refund In full On room and "Special RxpeMe, there la a large loss nqca-lonby vacant rooms or depleted classes, aud the Institution will refund ot tho amount which the student has paid for tho remaining only one-haweeks of thu term. On Incidental Foe, students exciwed beforo tho middle of a term will re f tho Incidental fee paid, which certificate will celvo n certificate for be received as cash by Ucrea College on payment of term bill by the In person, or a brother or sister. If presented within four term. The first day of Fall term Is September 14, 1910. The first day of Winter term Is January 4, 1911. The first dy ot Spring term Is March 29, 191). For o'ormaUrn or friendly advice, willo to Uie Secretary. cd ono-haltttP-de- WILL C. GAMBLE, BEREA.. KENTUCKY, i Page Eight. HoHoHQHonooKonoonononomononononoKononononotonononojl THE CITIZEN. County, Friday, on business Dick Nmm Easy Davis who has been sick for several woek s Is atlll no better. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lako and bnb' visited tho former's parents, Sunday. 1' Gadd has moved on Silver Creek dirt road. Jas. Ballengor of Scaffold Cane has moved Into tho property Just vacated by Ep. Sexton, who has mov ed to Red River. Jas. and Lcsllo McQueen aro making quite an extend ed trip to Lexington to see relatives'. C. G. Baker Is erecting a new houso on Scaffold Cane pike. Sidney Van- Wlnklo contemplates going to Wll llamsburg to live this next year. John Gadd visited J. W. Johnson on Monday. Bill Anderson visited Jas, Vaughn, Sunday. A protracted meet ing is being held at Jones Chapel this week, conducted by tho Rov. Messrs. Browor, Jones and Taylor. Everybody como out and help them push for ward tho cau so of progress. 1IIO HILL. Tha Big Hill, March 3. J. B. RichardDrama son who has been sick for a while is improving. Ho sold a flno horse for $750 to a man in Oklahoma Farmers NO ALUM,NI LIME PHOSPHATE March 9, 191 1, East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Ho eoneipndee paMlihedaaltM It ait for pablleatloa, bat Nakit taking ONE OF THE CHIEF CRIMES OF KENTUCKY'S DEMOCRACY RKVKALKD'BY tlt'tl la full tjr Ite of food mlttr. 1U orlitace Ulta. Wtlto pUlely. tint , OHOHO0lOHOHOlOlOHOlOlOHOlOoOHOlOjOHOOHOiOJOjOJlOJ0 I man was In Goochland last Saturday. FOR REPRESENTATIVE Frank Hampton gavo tho young We are authorized to announce the folks a social, Tuesday night All re candidacy ot Dr. J. A. Mah&ffey, of port a flno time. of Sturgeon, Ky. for. Representative vi i.di i: the 71st district, subject to tho ac Wlldlo, March 6. Born to .Mr. and tlon of tho Republican party. Mrs. J. G. McNow, a flno girl, Feb. 2G. Mother and babo are doing well, JACKSON COUNTY John Dotson was In Bcrea last PIUVKTT Prlvctt, March 6. Quito a largo Saturday on business Mrs. Jcsso crowd attended church at Gray Hawk, Proctor Is reported very sick. Born Sunday. Services wero conducted by to Mr. and Mrs. Richard llrannatnan, the Re. Harvey Johnston. Davlo a flno girl, Feb. 27. Tho littlo eon York Is very sick. Isaac Bowies' of Mrs. James Brown is very sick school closed last' Friday with a nice with fovcr. Salllo Stowart who Is in prograja. A candy treat and music school at Mt. Vernon was with homo were provided by Messrs. Blgo and folks, Saturday. Mrs. A. E. Reynolds Bob Anderson and Arch Peters. Tho of Livingston is visiting friends hero Mr. M. L. Jones who Is In BChool Iter. Mr. and Mrs. DcYoung spent the day last Wednesday with L. J. at Lexington visited his parents, Mr. Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Silas York are and Mrs, W. II. Jones, last week Al the proud parents over tho arrival of bert Reynolds was In Richmond last a new baby girl. William, tho little week on business. Miss Lou Philips Bowles, Is sick with Is visiting Mrs. Frank Singleton at Bon of Green stomach trouble and the symptoms of Ft, Estill Junction. Geo. Griffin who Miss Mattle Tlnchcr has been sick for somo tlmo is re pneumonia. from Birch Lick Is visiting relatives ported better. Mrs. S. C. Franklin Judd who went of Mt. Vernon visited friends here at Gray Hawk.-Jo- hn to Louisville for an operation Is get- last week. ting along very well. L. J. Peters BOONE visited his son, Geo. Peters, at Island Boone, Mar. 6. Mrs. Geo. Wren is Creek last, week. Luther Bowles quite sick. Saturday and Sunday for were regular church days at Falrview. who has been teaching school tho past eight months at Wind Cave Tho services were conducted by the has come to stay with home folks for Rov. Wm. Bryant of Cartersvllle. a while. T. Huff who has been sick is some hotter. Mr. and Mrs. John Wren enMAUI.UK.N young a number of Maulden, Mar. 4. Tho farmers of tertained this vicinity aro beginning to farm. folks at their home, Saturday night. W. R. Wren and tho Misses Hat- 1. S. McGeorgo and Grocn Amyx tt went to Estill County, Thursday, on tlo and Bettle Poynter and Lyda and T. A. Coyle made a busibusiness. Born to Mr. and Mrs. ltlley Simpson, Feb. 26th, a flno boy. Mr. ness trip to Berea one day last Mulllns, the shoo drummer, called week. Mrs. Frank Gulnn of Berea visited friends and relatives on the merchants here this week. here. Robert Tincher of Lanaugu, Laurel Saturday. Marlon Poynter Is sick. County, visited au tho homo of his Dr. Charles Robinson of Berea was In Boone ono day last week. S. B. uncle, L. J. Hamilton, last week. of Morgan was visiting friends Little William, the son of Dr. J. G. Bowles, Is very sick.I. E. Holcomb near Snider, Sunday. T. S. Wren sold a pair of mules to a Mr. Cornctt made a business trip to Lexington ono day last week. James Gentry of Hyden for $350. of Dreyfus passed thru Boone last TYNKK Tyner, March 3. John Moore had week with a fine lot of cattle. Mr. a grubbing the 3rd and got a tine and Mrs. II. T. Chasteen visited Mrs. day's work dono. J. Hamilton sold Chostecn's mother, Mrs. Kato Green, near Big Hill, Saturday and Sunday. a spaa of young mules for $300. M. Keller of Richmond was here Reynolds sold ono mule for W. It. M. Moore made a ono day lost week. Mr. and Mrs. D. $176. Roy and W. business trip to Blake, Wednesday. Martin wero visiting In Richmond Little Don, one of Mr. and Mrs. W. last week. J. H. Lambert made a business Cane, Sun r. Reynolds twin babies, is rapidly im- day. J. J.trip to Scaffold ford attend Martin of Rock proving from a stubborn case of ed church at Falrview, Sunday. M. capillary bronchitis. Dr. G. C. GoodKing recently moved to tho pro man ot Welchburg and Dr. A. Glass perty belonging to J. Wren near of Boonevllle attended tho case. Boone. Wm. Creech went to the Richmond uocKtoun market with a nice bunch of catUj Rockford, March C Tom Linville Milk cows aro selling at from thirty to fifty dollars Born to Mr. and Mrs. who has mumps is able to be out n- Alfred. Moore, a girl, the 14th, to gain. Bro. Cornelius filled his reguMr. and Mrs. L. C. Moore, a girl, lar appointment, Saturday and Sunthe 17th, to Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mor-- 1 day, at Scaffold Cane. Casper Marris, a girl the 18th, to Mr. and Mrs. tin who went to Illinois a few days Joseph Sparkman, a girl, tho 23rd, ago is back at homo, and he says to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welch, a there Is no placo llko home. A crowd girl, tie 26th. Miss Rebecca Fanner visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. of OUn was ,in this vicinity recently W. Todd, Sunday. Among them were on business. Mrs. Thomas Dunagln W. H. Stephen and family, 11. E. Bul-lo- n and family, Robert Bowman and is improving. Austin Madden asks through The Citizen if any of its family, Miss Myrtle McCollum and J. subscribers knows tho address of Mr. T. Stephen. Mrs. Henry Lutes who Harry Hearn. Last heard of he was has been very sick Is some better. living on Big Stono Creek In Clark Mrs. John Gulnn who has been sick County, Kentucky, and has relatives is ablo to bo out again. Daddy Todd Is In better health than hu has been living in Shelby County. , for a long time. nOUIILKLICU Lc-veMc-Clu- ro &AKlN3 ijijijijBir .'i'aaaaaaaaaam POWDER only hiking mowdar ntada front Royal Oraam of Tartar Absolutely Pure aro fencing and stirring tho soli for crops here. Miss Ethel Jackson Is going to Richmond to stay with Mr. and Mrs. Gentry. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilson spent Sunday with Mrs. Wilson's mother, Mrs. Kato Green. Miss Llllle Hunter spent Saturday evening with Lucy Hayes. Clabe Blevlns has made his blacksmith Bhop larger-- Mrs. Henry Blcknell be gan school here Monday, which she had not finished before on account of sickness. Mrs. Julia Hayes Is not In good health. Aunt Clnda Baker is getting worse. Willie Hayes bought E. E. Brockman's wagon and harness. Mr. Robert .Morgan died of consumption last week and was burled at Red Llck.W. C. Philips spent Sunday and Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Richardson. J. 11. Richardson cxpectB to be able to buy ties by tho middle of March. and Mr. Foster Dorbon wero married at tho homo of the brldo on tho 23d. Mr. Dace Parson and Miss Dcla liar rlson were married at the home of tho brldo, the 22d. Jim Barker has gono to Nlcbolasvlllo to work on tho train this year. Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. S. WILSON, Richardson visited J. A. Blcknell, Assistant Clerk of the Court of Appeals, Whose Home County has Saturday night and Sunday. John Keenly Felt its Sting -'- BeinK Deprived of a Vote for 'a Judge Blcknell who has been sick Is better. of the Court of Appeals for almost a Quarter of a Century. OWSLEY COUNTY VINCKNT 1 I i Vincent, Mar. C Tho farmers thru- - THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Cowi and Hofla and Man. By PRE81DENT TAFT. We li:ivf an agricultural mid we are spending JH.OOO.OOO or $13,000,000 a year to ti(J ll't' farmers hy the results, of our reeiircb how thoy ought to tn-ii- t the koII unit how they oncht in i i I i In. Iings and how I hey iiimiit to trviit Hie cattle mill tin- - lniri". 'vlth a view to hurlim gixid hoy itnd good cM-tl- e mill muni ImrxcH. Tlii'rfia nothiiiu ii I In- - iniiKilliiHoii especially ii. huh Iiiik or cuttle or hurxtK. ..nil If out of the public treasury at Washington we can cstalilNIi ii department for that purpo!- - It does not seem to be a long Nii'p or a stretch of logic to any i lint we bavo the power to spend the uioncy In a bureau to tell bow we can of develop pkh! mou and good women. Sumo of our enthusiastic consorviiiiirs of national iiare calculated bow much the life of each man and each unman lu the community Is Worth to that community. I do not think It necessary to resort to i lint financial calculation In order to Justify tho saving of human life, such as can be accomplished by the results of research and ndrlce that will proceed from n properly established bureau of health. r.-j- out this section aro taking ndvautago of this fine weather und most of them havo begun fanning in real earnest. W H. Venablo was at Ida May last Tuesday on business. Quite a number attended County Court nt Boonevlllo, Monday. Tho prospects aro that we will have a graded school at Vincent the coming year. Palmer Scott has closed his subscription school at Travelers Rest and purchased a half Interest In thu Mlnter and Wilson broom factory. Robert Hot- ner who recently returned from tho j U. S. Army has purchased twolncuba- tors and will go Into the poultry bual ness on a largo scale. T. B. Venablo was at Idamay, Thursday, on business. Chas Neely passed thru Vincent, on business. Corn Is (Thursday, ! plentiful thruout this section. Prices j range from 60 to 65 cents per bushel. Thero Is a general scarcity of cat- tlo of all grails tlirvuout this section, moru than has been known for years. James, Neely one of Owsley's best cltlzons Is now at death's door with pneumonia and Is not expected to live. Mrs. A. M. Venable who" has been confined to her room for N) long with spinal troublo Is now able to be out again but Is far from well. Thero has been more sickness thruout this section for tho past month than was cvor known before. UICKTOWN LAUREL COUNTY HON HAM Doublellck, Mar. 3. Mrs. George Cook and Mrs. Frank Sparks visited Mrs. Geo. Witt, Sunday. There was preaching at Cavo Spring, Sunday, James Lunsford of Bear Wallow con ducted the services. A baptizing will be held at Big Springs next Sunday. Mrs. Lena Rogers was married last week to Mr. James Centers. Merlda Smith mado a trip to Richmond last woek. The Misses Laura Smith and Sadie Ingram vlsltod Miss Doloras Witt, Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs Cowan of Berea have been visiting relatives at Clover Bottom for a few days. Turp Abrams is sick. MADISON COUNTY UltKYFUH ROCKCASTLE COUNTY GOOCHLAND Goochland, Mar. 3. Prof. Dlckerson Tandy Frost and daughter, Hettle, has closed his school and returned are very sick with lugrlppo, Mrs. J. to his home at Livingston. Wo cau L. Gabbard spent, Sunday, with Mrs. highly recommend him as a teacher. Emma Roynolds. J. L. Jones who has had typhoid fever is improving rapldly.-J- . F. HampCLAY COUNTY ton has gono to Richmond VI.NK to be treated by- Dr. Gibson of that place. Vino, March 2. Hughle Penning W. II. Jones had a working, Thurston who has bocn on the sick list day, and got much work done. Eatho past few weeks Is Improving. rner Isaacs has moved to Dr. Jones' Mr. and Mrs. 11 Irani Oornott left property near this place. The parties yobterday for their new home In Hywho broke into W. S. Jones' store den. Chester, tho little sou of Jus. some time ago any still at largo. Poo, died last week. Miss tattle John C. .Phillips was at lllg Manilla who has been staying with aro catching a great many fish C. C. Clark of Strlngtown for the Hill, last week. Geo. Parker Is In In tho creek Miss Mamie Richardson past month has returned home. A the spoke business this spring. Ho has a contract with tho Berea Spoke factory. Homer Phillips and Thur-nia- n Hampton wero In Berea, ThursIIAIITM day, Mat Parker sold I. A. McCrack-e- n HartH, Mar. C Edward lake of Tombstones and Corner for lots call upon a team of mules for $225 last Evergreen passed hero last week en- week Allle Phillips visited her par- route to Berea. W. B. I.ako and his I Have No Agents ents at Eglon, Sunday. Forest Brock- - nophow, Oscar, were In Jackson nor Partners - uroyius, .March 3. Little Addle Rucker is very sick with pneumonia. John Hurley and Roy Kelley left lasi aionuay for Illinois where they work mis yeur. .Mrs. W. M. Jones and children spent a few days of last wook wtin ner daughter at Kerby nnoo. ansa lossIo Baker Is spending a few weeks with relatives In Borea. Levi Klmberloln returuod homo from Jackson, Monday, where ho has been visiting his daughters. Gorda Ogg left one day last week for Iowa. Ervo Jones, one of tho traveling salesmen, called on his brother, F. M. Jones, Saturdayv-Ml- ss Dora Hudson is spending this week in Richmond with Mrs. Campbell and Miss Gortrudo Todd. Miss Lonnle allien Is sick with grlppo'lio littlo child of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc.N'eely is vory low with pneumonia fever. Little Addle Logsdon ot l"anoIa is tho guest of littlo Elinor Baker. Mr. Hatch and Sir. Milton Broughtou,. traveling salesmen, wero In our midst last week. T. H. Holland has Bold his blacksmith shop and houso and lot to Ben Puckett for $1,000. Tho littlo infant of Mr. and Mrs. D. Young of Kingston, died, Thursday night. The remains wero laid to rest in tho family graveyard here. James Luns ford had a working last Friday. Twenty men wero present. Mar. 3. Circuit Court is In session at London and will bold for five weeks. Several cases, most ly for whiskey and gambling, have been tried. Tho farmers In thlo neighborhood are taking advantage of the nice weather, sowing oats and plowing for corn. Miss Llnday Johnson who has been sick so long is slowly improving. E. Denham la planning to' go to Jackson County, Monday, on business. Bonham, ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST IIIIANCH Locust Branch, March 4. Services will bo held nt tho Beaver Pond church, Saturday and Sunday, by tho Rov. Mr. Lunsford. Everybody is Invited to como. Robert Land and family havo como back from Oklahoma. His family 1b sick. John Kin dred and family left for Illinois, the 23rd of last month, whero thoy will mako their future homo. The Rov. Mr. Taylor will preach at tho Garrett school house, Saturday and Sunday. A large crowd Is expected.- II. (1. Blcknell sold a yoke of oxen to Perry G. Logsdon for ono hundred dollars. Sherman Azblll andF. Camp- boll built a flue hon house for John Collins, this week. Thoy expect to raise chickens. The littlo folks hero Mar. will bo preaching at Grassy Branch, Sunday, by tho Rov. Cordell Roberts and others. Corn is selling from fifty to seventy-fiv- e conts a bushel in this neighborhood. Mrs. Lucy Gabbard is visiting relatives at Hoonevllk'. Jano States visited her mother, Mrs. Margaret Monroe, Saturday und Sunday. Colson Duff who is now ninety- seven years old Is In very poor health Mr. Duff says his first vote for a presidential candidate wns for Wm. II. Harrison. Miss Stella Wilson ot Meadow Creek visited relatives here, Sunday. Wm. Reynolds and family are planning to go to Montana about the 1.1th of this month to mako their homo. Tho gasoline mill at tills place has been doing good work grinding. A. W. Huff and Co., sold Mitchell Wootcn of Buckhorn SO bushelH ot corn. Willie Vyers, a young mnn living at the mouth of Indian Creek, while carelessly handling a revolver last Saturday, let It oft and shot his littlo sister in tho side. She died, Monday. Some of our farmers aro beginning to turn their ground. Miss Pearl and Lucy Gabbard, Ralph Mln ter and Ray Wilson visited friends and relatives on Cow Creek, Satur day and Sunday. Logan Duff has his mill In good running order Wm Huff and Jas. R. Gabbard returned homo last Sunday after spending a week with friends and relatives at Confluence and Buckhorn. Mrs. Rlcetown, rat I'd upon a representative eaploT Who responsible? The Deaaecratlc Party. Eleven Congressional Districts. Thirty-eigh- t What the purpose? That they raoy Senatorial Districts. Ono hundred State Representative rule. . Against whom has this crlaao born Districts. Tho Legislature alone lias ower to committed? The whole prople 1m grn- nil, tho Republican Party and Moan-tai- n make or change Districts. ieoplo In particular. Tho Democrats have ut nil time Why thus treut tho Mountain peosince 1896 had control of the ple? Is It because thoy are U ought Inferior In civilization, la If honestly divided each Cungii'si- - to District would have 208,17.1 in- - Hy to the State or Union? Barely not. Here we find our purest Aaglo- habitants. Each State Senatorial District would Saxon blood and our most patriotic citizens. Here lies the future hope have 60,260 inhabitants. Each Stato Representative Dlstrlrt "f tho State, '(y such Infamy Us the above, the would havo 22.S99 Inhabitants. i county of Whitley, the hone ca Urn SOME FIGURES SHOWING HOW writer, was deprived of a oaN for THEY NOW STAND a Judgo of the Court of Appa for almost a quarter of a ccntmry. To Eighth Congressional District (Democratic) Population 148,yo9 "'h a man of his Just and equl Congressional District resentntlon Is us much ft Moral (Republican) Populotlon 30S.34S crime as to steal his ballot after K Ono. Democrat equals two Hepuhll- - li" cast. "Tuxatlon without reycacn(a- " cans. tlon. Is TYRANNY." Twenty-thir- d How remove this most aftaanlnc Senatorial District (Democratic), composed of the coun shame Elect men for our law makties of Boone, Gullatiu and Owen; ers who are honest and who hold the good namu of tho State above that population 28,365. Thirty-thir- d State Senatorial Dis of party success. The Court fC Aptrict (Republican), composed of the peals has denounced the Mt, pi uncounties of Clay, Floyd, Harlau, Let- just. Ia'I us do the same and pkMe in cher, Perry, Pike, Knott, Leslie, Mar jiower men who will right Uda awtin and Johnson; population lir.,075 Twenty-sixt- h State Senatorial Dis ful crime. trict (Democratic), composed of the Iiruckcn, of counties Grant and Pendletou; imputation 52,874. Seventeenth Stato Senatorial Dis trict (Republican) roiniowtl ot thu counties of Laurel, Knox, Bell, Whit ley, Pulaski, Rockcastle and Jackson; I population 163,610. Ono Democrat equals six Republicans. KENTUCKY, I0IO Population, 2,2Sa,903. , loy-lon- al th aaBaaaaS Thirtieth Stato Representative Ills, composed of the county ot Meade; imputation 11,783. Ninety-thir- d Stnte Repres-ntatlv- e ot District (Republican), couix&ed the counties of Bell, Harlau, Leslie und Perry; imputation 57,211. Ono Democrat equals six Republicans. Tho county of Wurren (Democratli;) with a iopulatton of 30,."7U, has TWO Stato Representatives. trlct (Democratic), The county of Whitley (Republl-- , can), population 31J82, (combined with Knox). has NONE Tbts Particular Braid Tho fellow who lives In Whitley, .10 man ut nil. Democratic Idea. d Under theso conditions, of tho State controls In making our laws. Was there over such a fraud iktii'- one-thir- II I I For Particular Dressers While it u true that fiae clothes do not nuke fine men, the man will always command arte- tioa. When you buy well-dress- protracted mooting was held nt thu Maulden school house last week, con ducted by tho Rev. Messrs. Pearl Hacker, Will Johiibou and James Pennington, with four additions to tho church. Frank Clark made a business trip to Ioulsvtllo this week. Miss Mary Rice Is staying with Mrs. Tntu of near Ethel. J. II. McQueen and Grunt Estrldgu aro doing a grvut business with their suw and grist mill. E. L. Mulllns of McKoe visit ed Johnnie Cajllliau, Friday night. Mr. and Mrs". May Ponder visited their daughter, Mrs. Kltle Penning ton, Saturday nght. DROWNED WHILE RUNNING LOGS. "Sfoeld Brand" Clothing you are certain to set a cor rect fit, and plenty quality ia every garment Prices ire within reach of !L THE LOWEST $2.MTHE HIGHEST Give u a trial aad convinced. by be For Sale R. J. Engle B Sob Berea, Kentucky TO Mutt of Qaality la cut caUtf, FOR FINE MONUMENTS Posts telegram was received Wednert- day morning, by Mr. Taylor Muncy of Ilerea, former agent of The Citizen, that his father-in-laand hroth'T-ln-laA v, a S. NcGuire, Berea, Ky. Mr. Ellhti Gurrlsoii, and son, were drowned, Tuesday. Mr. Gar rison's homo Is In Spring Creek, Cluy County, and It Is supposed that ho wns running logs on Red Bird when the arcldent occurred. . ' I . ... V .