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Devoted to tlie Interests of ttie MovuitSLiri FeojDle BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 10, 1011 One Dollar a year. The CITIZEN Knowledge if power tad the way to keep up with-raedeknowledge is to read a good newspaper. ra MA Vol. XII. Fife cent a copy. No. 88 W.L.Doufflas Shoes 2.2, $3.3of and $4. 2 Shoes STOOD THE SUPREME TEST Last week wo published a very meager Recount of tlio drowning of Mr. Klihu Garrison nnd his son in Red Bird, Clay county. Sinco then wo havo received a letter bearing testimony to Mr. Garrison's worth ns n citizen which we think deserves ail tho publicity it can bo given. Tho man who writes tho letter is a competent judgo of men and lias had a splondid opportunity to know tho truth of what ho speaks. It follows: "Monday ovonlnR my old friend Ellhu Harrison nnd his son Shelby wero drowned in Hod ltlrd somo tnilcrf above the mouth of 11 Igf Creek. If there nro nny good men in Leslie county, nnd I know thoro nro plonty, lio was ono of tho host." "Ho had beon un fortunate nnd has a son In tho ponitontlary. I presided at that trial, and the boy was convicted for lifo on the evidence of his father, mother and sister, who wero tho only eye Berea Bank & Trust Co. Capital, Surplus, -- - $25,000.00 $6,000.00 FOR MEN W. L. Douglas Shoes cost more to make than ordinary Shoes, because higher grade leathers are used and selected with greater care, every detail in the making is watched over by the most skilled shoemakers in this country. These are the reasons why Douglas Shoes are guaranteed to look and fit 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. witnesses." "My experience thru that trial convinced mo that thoro aro somo peoplo who will, not swear n lie no matter what tho temptation: Iri other words thoro Is somo virtuo left In tho world which will not succumb to any temptation whatever." Scripture phraso, "Who swearetli to his own hurt and cbangeth not" and we wnnted to say nnd do now say that, if he is correctly reported, this man not only stood the test of tboso who shall ascend into the hill of tho 1x3 rd, but he stood tho supremo test of citizenship ns well. Tho writer of tho lotter says that thero aro many good men in Leslie county nnd we aro sure there aro as clsowhero but wo need n dozen where e just haro one that can tnke tho test that Mr. Garrison took. When we read tlio above testimony wo wero reminded of tho Perhaps you have saved a few hundred dollars which you wish to invest some place where the principal will be absolutely secure, and at the same time pay you a fair rate of interest. Deposit your money in our Savings Department at 4 interest. Your principal is well secured, and subject to your demand when you need it. The interest is more than you would receive on a government bond, and as much as you can rightfully expect from an absolutely safe investment. We also invite you to do your general banking business with us,, , A. ISAACS, Pres. J. W. STEPHENS, Vice Pres. JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier We have Captain Hobson in Berea Great Audience in.Chapel, Monday Night, Hears Him Lecture on Temperance. The Most Masterly" Appeal Ever Heard from the Berea Platform. Second Great Address, Tuesday Morning. ties. It Is a poison, a toxin. A glass of beer can not be taken without al duclng tho efficiency of tho drinker 12 per cent. Even tho tcmpcrato use of alcohol lessens tho vitality, and tho It was unexpected In that It was lower to resist disease So intcmpcr-nplanned had not been scheduled anco Is tho potent ally of all diseases. camo by chance, by accident, It ( It doubles tho death rate. Tho white would seem. In fact It was designed corpuscles in tho blood are tho germ for another place. CapUln Hobson ( destroyers, but alcohol disarms the was to visit Just so many places In . whlto corpuscles and sets them ' to Kentucky, and Georgetown was one dovourlng tho gray matter of the of tho number. Mrs. Beauchamp, the brain and degeneracy follows to thu f President of tho W. C. T. U., had the fourth generation, Of tbo offsnrlne of alcoholic .t per cent will bo nbnormal and one child In every five on an averago will go insano and ono In every 3 will bo au epileptic. Tho lifo of tho moderate drinker is on tho averago Us years shorter than Uiat of .the total, abstainer aud that of the drunkard is 29 years shorter. Of all crimes 95' per cent aro duo to alcohol, j In all wars sinco 500 D. C. there havo been 2,800,000 killed und wounded, but alcohol kills 700,000 Americans every year. U kills and wounds 2S,-- 1 ! 000,000 every year. Ench saloon kills H, has 25 mortally wounded and 100 seriously wounded every year. The saloons are assassins and the state has just as much right to license un assassin as It has to legalize saloons. If all nations should declare RICHMOND P. HOBSON war upon America she would stand Conorenman from Sixth Dlitrlct of a better show than against alcohol, Alabama. for war kills but does not degenerate, whllo alcohol degenerates. Itlnerny In charge. Dut Georgetown Tho race advances by evolution but failed her and sho offered him to alcohol Is the destroyer that mokes Berea and Berea secured him, thanks evolution impossible. Tho nations of to President Frost, a number of cltlx- tho world havo fallen In succession ens and tho Students Temperance Un before It. An untainted remnant lu ion acting thru its president, Mr. each case has continued the struggle Horace Caldwell. on virgin western soli but now For years It has been becoming Is no longer any west no virgin there soil. more and moro evident that tho old Tho race has reached Its last stand. stock arguments for temperance have Tho battlo la to bo fought out now lost their force. Their appeal has once and for all the whlto race, weakened and as this conviction grew and America Is tho battlo field. tho demand has grown for a new And there Is a real peril. It Is argument, tho real argument, tho the saloon peril. In another respect final, irrefutable, scientific argument, It may bo called tho yellow peril. and Captain Hobson Is tho first so Thero are 400,000,000 Uttlo yellow knows to voice it. far as Tho Citizen men lu eastern Asia that are more Certainly It Is from his lips that it efficient than wo becauso they are has first been heard In Kentucky. temperate they havo no alcohol probhow does It But what Is It, and lem, Thoy can shoot ns straight as s differ from tho old? we, they havo moro endurance and In tho first placo It Is au appeal for can subsist on of what efficiency, for Individual, for racial, It takes to support us. Wo shall fall for human efficiency, and a scientif- beforo them within a few generations ic demonstration Is tho basis of tho unless we conquer the foe that is sapappeal. Alcohol has no food proper- - ping our efficiency. Wo Wo would dio for tho flag. would suffer none to wae above it. Dut to maintain It on high wo must 'conserve and Increase our efficiency our slogan must bo total abstain- anco, absolute prohibition. Ono doesn't havo to abstain, but ho must abIt joins bo tho army. stain abto Ouo have doesn't stain but ho must abstain If bo Is employed by a great Industrial organization. And tho prohibition is not to be of tho leghilnturo but of the people embodied In tho constitutions That was citizenship. That was loyalty to country. That was Wo aro inclined to think that such a man could have patriotism. been trusted anywhere, everywhere. "M,ay his tribe increase." The Largest Stock of Men's Shoes IN BEREA R.R.C0YLE ANOTHER TERRIBLE INDICTMENT Tlio Citizen has just received what purports to be an authentic nccount of thu terrible killing in Clay County, Sunday afternoon, the ftth. It is n sickening story nnd we would not print it all if we could. We shall only give the mere details as they have come to us and auk a few questions. (lenurnl May Is sitting on tin1 porch of John Dull wIiopo house is by the roadside on OtterCreek. Dull Is Just lately returned from tiie Penitentiary, having finished a life sentence, Governor WiUi-uhaving taken a hand in tlio usual wny In making It short. May Is accused of killing eight mon and admits tho killing of three but has solar escaped pun-- , Uhtnent. Khiinnan Meridlth and IiIh wifopagHDuIT'HhoUKu returning from it visit to a neighbor by tho name of Freeman where thoy had taken dinner. They aro neuompanlcd by Freeman's hoy. Thero has been no trotiblo between Meridlth nnd MaybutDuir nnd Meridlth have had a contention about a division line. MnycalU the Morldlths back after they have passed tlio bouse nnd the boy warns them thnt thfiy wljl bo killed If they go. ffrpy return and nr ' lintli shot and dio inxtantly and the boy who did not return with them is shut in the heel as ho runs '; and will die of blood poison. May escapes butt Is captured n week Inter at Winchester and confesses that ho killed Meridlth but says that Merldlth's wife was killed by a shot fired by farmer Kreemnu who came up at tho time of tho trouble. The above 'are the alleged facts not very definite we admit, but they are sufficient for our purpose. But what of them f Nothing moro than that they are a terrible indictment of thexstate of society nmong us. Threo lives sntiffed out nnd for nothing a little di (Terence that might have been settled by a soft answer, perhaps, or the resort to a surveyor at most. But lifo is considered cheaper than that. It is foxier to kill than to be reasonable; it in cheaper to kill than to employ a surveyor. Is it? But thero is something else too. Can any one wonder that we have a bnd uatue? Yes, there are heinous crimes committed elsewhere, but that does not justify or shield us iu nny sense. Crime is an indictment wherever it is found, nnd needs condemnation and not justilicatiou. And what are we going to do about it? Get on the defensive as oon as the outside world begins to comment on it? Wo hope so, Imt we hope it icill be the riyht Aind of defence one that will remake criticism impossible. move the cause of criticism The difference between us and other peoples in other cities and states is uot that we havo nil the criminals nnd they none it is, if there is nny difference iu their favor, that there are fewer forces among us at work to preveut, to eradicate, to control crime. To every ono disturbed by outside criticism, to every one appalled by tho situation, to every one wanting to know w hat to do, which way to turn, how to begiu, wo commend our editorial of last week The Prevention of Crime First Step, and wo hope to outline the Second Step next week. was Just entering upon n new denco can bo tnken at Its face value, Parker is unearthed that would term and la said already to have n condition put any half civilized country to served longer than any other Judge of that court. Ho was greatly tdiame. and very popular. CIRCUIT JUDGE DIES STANLEY DECLINES Judge Watts Parker, for seventeen It has beon rumored for somo years Judge of tho Circuit Court of weeks that Congressman Stanley Kuyetto County, died suddenly in would announce his candidacy for Lexington, Monday morning. Judgo Continued on fifth page ed It was unexpected, but It was what many had been long waiting for a argu- scientific, ment for temperance, total abstinence, prohibition. re-re- ( I ot NEWS OF THE WEEK IN QUR Corporation Tax LawValid Mexican CapUln Hobson Tours Kentucky Serious Strike on Queen and Crescent President Insurrection Serious Republican Convention Called for Taft Resting at Augusta Qa. --Th Veto Fight In Jl STATE English Parliament. was forced to stop owing to tho strlko on tho Queen and Crescent. CONVENTION IN PARIS At a meeting of tho Repuhllcnu Committee from tho Third Railroad district at Mt, Sterllug last Saturday, a convention to uomlimto a candidate for railroad commissioner was called to meet at Paris on May 3rd. ment at Washington has not taken Several candidates art) In thu field. ho country Into Its confidence un- (Tho prlnclpul ones of whom nro A. less It Is tmo, as reported, that tho T. Syler, tho present Incumbent, JacV inovo Is Bimply an army maneuver bon Morris and H. G. Gnirett, with no intended political slgnlfl NIOHT RIDER TRIALS rnnro. It would kihmii Hint It will Tho long talked of night rider . ... ! II., . Higiiuicjnce, I I.I now-evHum uiu puuwcui cnscB nro up for trial In Hopkins-vill- i) Tho proclamation of the Mexithis week. Somo bensatlonal can President putting tho country un- evidence has been submitted Buch der martial law Is taken to menu as will possibly mako that the Government feols tho serious- world wako up to tho factthe outside that there ness of tho rebellion, aro other dletrlcts In Kentucky that PRESIDENT RESTING aro noted for their lawlessness as After his visit to tho Commcrlcdl well as tho mountains. If tho evl- Congress at Atlanta, where he mado n speech lout week, President Taft wont to Augusta, (in., where ho Is taking a rest which It Is said will continue for nlno days. Ho Is playing golf and swinging leisurely on tho groat hotel verundu, and Incidentally, of course, outlining In bis tabid at least his tnossago to tho extra session of Congress which W to oonveno on April 4th. BRITISH PARLIAMENT Tbo veto fight Is still tho topic of greatest Interest In Great Britain. Tho government, that Is tha party that outlines tho policies, tho majority party, Is pushing its advantage to tho limit and 'there seems now to bo no doubt whatever that tho power of tho Tho Uppor House will bo limited. lords aro taking tho situation very Mrlously and havo frequently lost Tbo corporation tax law outline! by President Taft and kubmltled tn Congryta during tlio wranglo over h tha tariff was declared constitutional by the Suprcum Court of the United StatciT last .Monday; tbo decision being unanimous. TU amount of taxes collected under tula Thu law Is moro than $27,000,000. Court bacas Its decision upon tho fact that tho tax U what It claims to bo an excise tax nnd not an income tax. It ban been bitterly opposed aro from tho flrBt and Its enemies trrcatly disappointed that tho Court holds It valid. BlTUATlON IN MEXICO As may bo seen from n glanco lit iwigo two, thU Ikmuo, thu situation In Mexico Ih serious. Tho there Is of several months duration, and Just what thu outcome, will bo no ono can tell, Ono day tho havo It that tho federal forct aro In control, and the noxt day it would Bccm that tho Insur rectos are going to havo things all their way. Much speculation Is being Indulged In as to tho proper Interpretation of our own government's action In sending troops to tho Mexican bordor. They nro thrre, and tho mllltla of many states ant being held in ..readiness to move. Tho depart Palno-Aldrlc- viotohy von tub president Paris- - Night Rider Trials-Fay- ette County Judge Dies -- Stanley Decides Not to Run. Bpaulsh-Amerlca- KOIt TEMPERANCE n Cupt. llobson of War famo, now a member of Congress from Alabama, Is touring the statu In the. Interest Of teiripcrnnce. Ills "lec tures are being given under the auspices of tho V. C. T. U.. mid aro at tracting great crowds wherever given. Q. & C. STRUCK A strlko of tho firemen on the Queen and Crescent railroad Is assum- Ing serious projiortlons. Thu cause of tho strlko Is tho objection on the part of tho firemen to negroes heln employed In that capacity. All trains i.ow running aro protected by armed guards and riots nro reported In ho vera t pluces which huvo resulted In a number of deaths. AGRICULTURAL TRAIN QUITS agricultural Tho demonstration train, sent out by thu department at Fmukfort and thu Stato College, af- , ter days, proving Its worth for several o. er th A STORY THAT NEVER. GROWS OLD GO TO 1 Continued on Utt page. NEW BANK PRESIDENT their temper and their dignity during tho last week. Some scenes havo boon enacted thut savor a good deal of American Congressional methods. To Destroy Black Ounpowdtr. Tbe Mfest way to destroy' black' gunpowder U to throw It Into water, tfceroby deiolvlng the saltpeter. WELCH'S and "Save the Difference? At tbo regular meeting of tho Uoard of Directors of tho Uerca Hank and Trust Co., held Tuesday, Mar. 7. W. II. Porter, having sold his entire stock tn tho Hank, tendered his' res- Ignatlon as president and it was accepted. At an adjourned meeting held I'riday, March 10, A. Isaacs, the forwas elected Presimer dent and J. W. Stephens waa electt, ed r Page Two March 16,. 1911 WATCHING The Citizen A family AMERICAN Kj. ill MY MOVE THAT MEXICAN II "REVOLUTION" U. S. WILL STOP WAR ABANDONED AS TO SECRECY MOVEMENT OF TROOP8 TO MEXICAN BORDER. newspaper for all that trus and Interesting. la right Publlrhnl every Thumkvy it thitn, S00NT0 BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. (Incorporated) P. Faulkner, Editor and Managrc LIQUOR HABITJUN ENGLAND Occupy Territory on the Dividing River STATEMENT FROM TAFT PARTY American Soldiers Will Stop Filibus- Subscription Rate One rmr Klx Months Military Man Gives His Views In Medical Temperance Revlsw Cost to Each Officer. rATAUUli IN ADVANCE. U.M 33 GEN. WOOD EXPECTED THIS WEEK Two Regiments Are Ready and Food and Supplies are Entrained for Their Chief of Staff Is Use Madero's Missing Cuban Policy to be FoL lowed. Three Month Bond money by Post offlco or Express Money Order, Drnt, Hrcistoral Iirttcr, or one and two cent stamjvj. The date niter your ixune on VUxs ihowi to what dato your sutwcrttrtlon l XwJd. If It Is not CtuuiRTj within three Vcoki allnr renewal notify u.. Mferin? numbers will bo gladly supplied If we are notified. Pins premiums chmn, with new and prompt rcnowuls. Bend for rernlum List. UberaJ terms irtven to any ono who one, nw mibscrtptkms for us. Any can sending us four yearly sutjucrlptron reertvn Th Citizen frco for Wmsolf for one year. AiyertWnif rates on a.ppUcfttktn. in MBMBEIt OF KENTUCKY TOKSS ASSOCIATION. Among other things, tne nutomobll has taken ft load oft the Humane so- Son Antonio. Tho Ninth anil Eleventh Cavalry regiments, which constitute tho most mobile army of tho divisional army now mobilizing at Ft. Sam Houston, aro to bo prepared within two or three- day to move to tho bur-dof Mexico, probably to lvrtilo on tbo Ilio Grande. No official of thla fact has ooino from Oca. William II. Carter ia occnmaiul of tho division. Non-ut the pre para Lions of thcao two cavalry regiments for imtnedJato service at Laredo or beyond has tutored through all tho o ID core' messes on tho bhg camp Uckl at Fort Sara 8 or ciety. As yet, the aeroplano has not begun seriously to worry the automobile business. It Is better for one's aeroplane to go wrong ten miles from land horizontally than vertically. A German woman advocates com pulsory domestic service for all girls. Bbe must live In tho suburbs. American heiresses when caught very young may be moro easily trained by their titled husbands. Fiv3 generals of the Haitian revolutionary army have been captured and shot Presumably tho private got away. MAybc the woman "who received coal when she 'thought she was buying eggs Is In luck that It was not diamonds. with comment upon this vary daflnito bit of information tharo L$ a gunoral belief that tho throwing of tho cavalry army to the nearest railroad point on tbo border id to bo only a prohnlo to a general advance on tho port of tho division. With tho arrival of Gen. Wood, chief of staff, from Washington, deflnite orders for tho moving of all tho troops that will bo then assembled at Fort Sam Houston will follow. El Paso. Eduardo Hay, chief of Insurrocto army, staff on 'Madero's who was either killed or wounded and taken prisoner at the battlo of Casas Grandes, was a graduate of Notre Dnmo university at South llend. Ind.. being a member of tho class of 1901, ind ono of the star football men on the team of that year. FATAL MINE ACCI0ENT8. Captain Rescued Houston. Coupled JAPAN TREATY BEST BALLINGER RESIGNS TAFT COMMENDS CONGRESS, BUT ALSO CENSURES IN AND PRESENTS RESIGNATION TAFT APPOINTS W. L. FISHER. 8PEECH. PLEADS FOR CANADA Retiring Official Bases His Request Entirely Upon His Health and Receives Warm Praise PACT From President. Washington. Ilichard A. Bollinger's resignation as secretary of tho Interior was accepted by President Taft and Walter L. Fisher of Chlcngo was Tuesday nppolnted as his successor. Mr. Italllngcr tendered his resignation In a letter on January 19, being on the condition of bis health. Tho president replied nt onco, expressing his confidence In Secretary Italllngcr, bis rcluctanco to accept his resignation, and requested tho secretary to remain In offlco until the close of tho session of congress. Immediately on tho adjournment of congress Secretary Dnlllnger renewed his request Declares Failure to Enact Reciprocity Agreement Was Greatest DisapSession pointment of Sixty-Firs- t "Holds Up" D.R. Francis for $1,000. Atlanta, Go. In an address beforo tho Southern Commercial Congress Fri day President Tatt declared that tho failure to enact reciprocity with Canada was tho greatest disappointment of congress, and that tho the Sixty-firs- t greatest achievement was the ratification of the treaty with Japan. He reached the convention ball shortly before 12 o'clock and was given a tremendous ovation. The president wai Introduced by former Governor Francis of Missouri. At the close of the spoecbmaklng a 0 roll call of the states resulted In being subscribed for tho continuation of tho work of the Southern Commercial Congress. When tho state of Missouri was reached in the midst of the roll call, President Taft seized the gavel from the hands of former Governor Francis of that state and. taking charge of the convention, called on Missouri for a subscription. Mr. Francis, caught unawares, responded that be was not authorized to subscribe anything for his state's commercial bodies. "We are not from Missouri, but we must be 'shown,' " replied the president "What will Missouri doT" "I will subscribe 1,000 and am sure my state will assume as much more," said Mr. Francis. After reviewing the remarkable Industrial and commercial growth of the south, President Taft referred to the last congress as follows: "The Sixty-firs- t longresn Just closed has enacted more useful and progressive legislation In its three sessions than any congress since the war. "One of the crying evils of the present day Is tho expenso of litigation. This congress has passed an act making substantial reductions In the cost of appealing cases from the courts of first lnstanco to the courts of appeals." Tbo president then enumerated several other laws that wcro passed. "A great disappointment of the session," he continued, "was the final defeat of u permanent tariff board. "Finally, and the most Importnnt thing which was done In tho session Just closed, was tho ratification of the treaty with Japan. "Of course, the greatest disappointment of tho session was tho falluro of the Rcnato to follow the lead of tho house In ratifying the reciprocity agreement mado with Canada. "When we entered upon tho negotiations I authorized the secretary of state and his commissioners to offer freo trado In everything, but this Canada could not grant us. "Canada Is at the parting of the ways. If we now reject this opportunity wo shall throw away an opportunity for mutual benefit not likely to re$27,-00- Entombment After Many Hours' Narrow Escapes. Aviator Latham has hunting In a monoplane. The Innovation adds to tho undcslrablllty of being a duck. gone, duck Gilbert, Minn. Capt. Bonny, of tho Elba mino, who, with, two minors, woe entombed In a shaft ICO feet boiow tlw was surfaco on account of a cavo-ln- , roBcucd allvo. Virginia, Minn. Five bodies have been recovered from too Norman Open Paris wants a new law to discourage Pit Mine, where an avalanche burled dueling, the idea being to shed ora- workmen. According to a statement given- out tory Instead of blood when some one by the Oliver Mining Co., eight known has a grievance. dead are etill in the mine, ono account The enterprising Journalist will sea od for and four Injured. According bo to It that the llopo diamond keeps Information mora escaped than was true to ife traditions In the matter supposed. of worrying Its owners. PINIONED BESIDE DEAD HUSBAND. Possibly the Chicago thloves who were betrayed by the singing of a Rescuers Dig Fifty Feet to Save a canary havo come to the conclusion Woman's Life. that a bird ou tho dump Is worth two n the flat Goldfldd, Nev. Mrs. B. B. Mason, ono of nlno persons hurled by the Funny the lightning picked out the snowsHdo that demolished tho plant Missouri stntebouso as Its objective of tho Hydro Electric Co., was taken when big, tall, glittering rods are up out allvo by a rescuo party, who dug In New Jersey, Ohio, Massachusetts through 50 feet af snow to tho little and New York. cabin in which Mason lived. Tho woman was found pinioned in One of tho scientists predicts that her bed, and by her side was her hustho women of the future will be band, who had been instantly killed. He Is dreaming. If Pshaw! how could women were Her First Alligator. they uso hatpins? Miss Kathcrino New Iberia, of pneumonia. bald-headebald-heade- Fresh air advocates will not be surprised to learn that a hermit who bad remained Indoors for forty years died Tho two minors, however, mot what most have been instant death, as the bodies wcro bruised and crushed. Tuesday President Taft, la a letter, formally accepted tbo resignation and Mr. Fisher was appointed as his successor, his commission being signed Immediately by tbo president Mr. Fisher will take offlco Immediately. "I bavo had the fullest opportunity," tbo president says In his letter accepting the resignation, "to know you, to know your standards of service to tho government and tho public, to know your motives, to know how you have administered your offlco and to know tho motives of those who havo. assailed you." And In tbo conclusion of his lottcr the president declares that "every fiber of my nature rebels against such hypocrisy" (referring to the attacks on Balllnger's character) "and nerves me to fight such a combination and such methods to the bitter end, lest success In this lnstanco may form a demoralizing precedent But personal consideration for you and yours makes mo feel that I bavo no right to ask for a further sacrifice." Tho president goes on to declare It evident that ho has been himself the ultimate object of the attack, and says that to insist on Mr. Dalllngcr's remaining in offlco "with tho prospects of further efforts against you. Is selfishly to lmposo on you moro of a burden than I ought to Impose." COLFAX PROPERTY GIVEN SON Will of Widow of Former of United' States Admitted to Probate. Tho will of South Bend, Ind. Mrs. Schuyler Colfax, widow of tho former of tho United States who died last week, was admitted to probate. Tho property is left to tho son, Schuyler Colfax, Jr., of Rochester, N. Y., with the exception of annuities of $1,200 which nro provided for Sedgowlck M. Wudo and Marcla A. Wade, brother and sister of tho deceased. They reside at Andovcr, O. Mr. Colfax paid $5,000 to each of the other two beneficiaries In lieu of tho annuities. The son is The Montana bride who had nover spoken to ber prospective husband until a few minutes beforo the marriage ceremony will probably inako up for her lack of loquacity. Thrco thousand girls aro taking a commerchl courso In tho Boston high schoools. Perhaps this Is one of the reasons why schoolboys aro being taught to sew and darn. daughter of the lato senator from West Virginia, reached hero, a member of the houreboat party of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Loiter, of Chicago. After pending a week in tho bayous of the Atchafalaya swamps, in ascending a lagoon Miss Elklns shot and killed her first alligator. Ia. Ball Player Killed. Etowah, Tcnn. Chief Fair! anks, 23, of Minneapolis, Minn., was shot and In Germany there Is a dog that can killed by Deputy Sheriff T. B. ivlns, Fair, apeak seven words. No woman Is who says ho shot in likely to have much respect for a dog banks claimed to bo a ball player and that can't mnko use of a more exten- to bo en route south. Ho had been spending tho past month at Etowah In sive vocabulary than that. preparation for the coming season. New York city Is about to legislate against hatpins. Iking strung on one Estate. or Mrs. Eddy. does not Improve tho temper of the Concord, N. H. A valuation of tlrcii citizen who must rids home is placed on tho cstato in New sacked in a subway train. Hampshire of tho lato Mrs. Mary Baker Glover r.'ddy, foundor of tho ChrisAmerican football may bo frowned tian Sclcnco church. Tho appraiser's wo upon by European educators, but reiort was filed In court by Gen. Hencan point with prldo to tho fact that ry M. Baker, of Bow, executor of the cur universities huve not accepted estate. anarchy as u popular sport. Havana. By defeating tho North wantn eggs to ba Dakota team 10 to 0 tho nlno of the East St. on which they Kohrofika become the champions of slammed with tho date wo-- o minted. Cannot Wizard Durbank tbo Atlantic Hoot. or Wizard Edison Invent a ben suffl. clfutly Intelligent to uso a time clock Swiss Diplomat Dies. Washington. Word was received of Tho party who referred to the tho death of Br. B. Brenner, a member ilinlthsonluu Institution as a "trash of tho Hwlss federal council. Ho was heap" evidently labors under the Im- elected to tho council of 1807 and wa pression that tbo specimens slaugh- president of the confederation It. l'JOl tered by Col. Iloosavelt aro already and 1908. bore. A New York Judgo appointed administrator. TARS FACE DEATH ON TUG cur. "Under my promise to use ray utmost efforts to secure the ratification of this agreement by congress I have felt it my duty upon tho failure of the senate to act to call an extra session for the purpose of securing thu ratification of tho agreement. I feel confident that a test of six months of this agreement will so vindicate the wisdom of adopting It as to remove It from political discussion thereafter." Cows Uncover Pot of Coin. Blxon, III. Cows eating from a Craft With Men From the Fleet Goes Ashore and the Sailors Pass Eight Hours of Terror. Norfolk, Va. For eight hours men en one hundred enlisted route from the American battleship fleet In Cuban waters were In momentary danger of losing their Uvob when the naval tug Uucas went ashore two miles south of thu Hip Haps, near hero. Anxiety Felt for Archduchess. Zurich, Hwitrcrland. Archduchess has decided that Let Contract for N. Y. Post Office. wife, oven IIioukIi she be childless, Is Stephanie, Counters I.onyay, tho secNew York. Tho contract for tho man's "family" to tbo extant of shar- ond daughter of V Ing Leopold of New York city post officii was awarded and widow of Crown Prlnco ing In his money. Even tbo law those lTrlday to the Fuller Construction comof Austria, Is seriously ill. Her pany of New York at Its bid of 12.515.. dtji of women's rights U deferring to condition Is the cause of grave anxiety. 267 tha lady. Hoi-gluh strawstack near Walnut, 111., Friday, uncovered an Iron pall containing a quantity of gold and sliver coins thought to be a portion of the plundw from tho bank of Walnut, which was robbed recently. Actress Weds Rich Chinese. Vancouver, Wash. Miss Anita an unusually attractive Deschontz. twenty-twyears old, was actress, Thursday married hero to Lew Ting, a wealthy Chinese merchant of Hoqi.l-am- . Wash. Slio Is of Spanish descent Her home was la Pittsburg, Pa. Lives of Crew Saved. Little Island. Va. Tbo Imperiled crew of the stranded steamer Manchuria was saved Thursday. Nine members of tho crew wero landed in a breeches buoy. The Medlcnl Temperance Ilevlew ot tering and Smuggling of Arms Low-e- r London, says: It Is not often Unit v.n Across Frontier Situation In get such a candid confession of tho California Causes Anxiety. bibulous habits of tho higher classe wn And In a communication recent A correspondent, who as Washington. Taft on ly sent to one of tho Ixindon dallies. President Is accompanying writer Is a military man. nnd bis Journey to Atlanta, (la., declares The writes to explain tho Impossibility for in a dispatch received here Thursan officer In tho army to live on tin day night that the ndmtnUtrntlon has stipend which the authorities give decided to no longer hold back Its provldo and nay for the. reasons for tho sudden assembling of Tho officers regimental om troops In Turns along tho food and drink In tho American cers' mess, It Is needless to sny thnl Mexican bonier. s most of tbcm drink wine, beer and Tho United States government course, ns we all to see that tho Mexican revolu- spirits, nnd this, of very heavy Item generally a tion comes to a quick end and penre know, is however, bo established In tho republic. The In the expenditure. Wo. dispatch asserts that all aid possible should not have ventured to estlmnti. an averago otTlcvr for tho United States government to tho amount whichday as high ns thin glvo to Diaz will be given. Other would drink per sources In Washington take Rn op- correspondent does, who evidently posite view and decloro It Is tbo In- knows all about It. Wo should, prob charged with exag tention of this government to over- ably, have geratlon, and tho extravagance and throw tho Diaz reglrao. Ono report received declares that Intemperance, which a certain class or Mexico City is hemmed In by rebels writers In so fond of attributing to and will be cut off from rommunlcn-tlo- temperance works. But let our milifor himwith tho outside world March 11 tary correspondent speak Tho dlspntrh referred to, dated self. llesa)s. "This Is a specimen of an Charlottesville. V, through which placo tho president's train passed, average middle aged officer's routine. After breakfast a couple of cigarettes. follows: "All doubt as to the purpofo of the Parado nt 8 45 to 11 a. m.. then a government In sending 20.000 troops couplo of glumes of beer and a cigarto tho Mexican border has at last ette, One p. m lunch; a couple of glasses of beer, and It a piece of cakn been swept away. "Tho United States has determined Is eaten, then a glass of MnrsnU that the revolution in the republic to ('wlno no gentleman should drink', an Thackeray puts it) Somo tlmo during tho south must end. "Tho Americnn troops have been tho afternoon, on his return from n rent to form n solid military wall walk or ride, n whisky and sodn. Tbcm along tho Itlo Grande to stop filibus- Is a rubber from C p. in until It Ih tering and to see that thrro Is no time to chango for dinner. It la pum further smuggling of arms and men vice, but mnny a man has a sherry across tbo International boundary and bitters either before or after hu "It Is believed that with this source changes. At dinner n roputcd pint of of contraband supplies cat off the In- claret, n whisky and soda, or n couplo surrectionary movement which hns of glasses of beer Is the usual thing. disturbed conditions generally for After dinner a rouplo of glasses ot nearly a year without accomplishing wlno before n move is made to thn anything like tho formation of a re- anteroom, and from then on until bedsponsible Independent government time nobody can say another whisky and soda Is extravagant over one's will speedily come to a closo. "President Taft, on his way to At rubber or read, or even over one's lanta and Augusta for a ten days spell of study. The hot grog nightcap vacation, appeared well satisfied with Is a thing of tho past In hot climates thcro would be a great many lemon the situation. ginger beers, In "There ia a general belief that the squashes and port rapid movement of troopa Into Texns cold climates, Newfoundland and southern California will so speed takes the place ot tho morning beer. Ily accomplish Its purpose that tho No general on earth would cnll other net results In the end will constitute than temperate an officer who spent a valuable lesson In quick mobiliza- his day aa described. Certainly poplo In tho city got tbrnugh tion of an cffcctlvo fighting force that will provo a revelation to the couniry more than that per diem. And British at largo, to tbo critics of the army o fflcers avoid nbslntbe, so ucar to a of Frenchman, and thu big swllllngs of In particular, and a Justification explana- beer Indulged In by German orTIccm tbo diplomatically worded tions that have been given out from occasionally, But It costs more than a pound a month. Tha 6 a year, official sources In Washington. "Thcro no longer Is reason to which Is known as 'mess allowance, doubt that tho sudden move on the was formerly known as 'Itegont'a alpart of tho Amorlcan government lowance,' and by old regulations, was wns tho result of cither unofficial rep- paid Into tho wine fund for the purresentations of foreign governments pose of letting every officer drink Ills regarding the situation In Mexico or Majesty's health, frco ot cost, after tbo Intimation that several of the Eu- dinner That sum Is now devoted to ropean powers wero sounding each tho general expenses of a mess," other as to tho desirability of making This Is Indeed a naive confession representations to tho United States and repudiation of Intemperance. Wn nt an early date. At any rate, tho aro certainly glad to hear that thrro matter was put up to tho administra- have boon romii Improvements on past tion In such a way an to rail for the customs, and we do not doubt that quickest sort of action. Tho neces- thcro Is not so much obvious drunkensity for this speed of mobilization ness as there used to bo. Wo aro not was seized upon by the war depart quite to sure that thero Is much less opportunity to drink consumed, but It appears to be ment as a heaven-sen- t answer critics both In and out of spread over tho twenty-fouhours In congress, and that Interpretation wns n fashion which enables tho drinkers put upon tho movement. to maintain come control over "Thcro wns llttlo doubt In tho their reasoning facilities It Is n minds of these officials that tho true mutter for congratulation, both to meaning of tre 'maneuvers' soon them and us, whom they have would be known and tho logical In- to defend, that they not do terpretation so quickly put upon the drink absinthe nnd "big swllllngs of movement of the troops unquestion- beer." But, nevertheless, lot us add ably disconcerted the administration up what they do drink on the average, ofllrlals, from President Taft down. and see how that compares with tho "There Is no tolling at this tlmo physiological limit ot modc-ntloon long tbo big army sent to tho how tho most generous scale. Wo find, Mexican frontier will havo to remain then, that six glasses of n day. there. It will not bo withdrawn un- two In tho morning, two ntbeer lunch, and til tho revolution has been crushed two at dinner, nro considered necesout and until conditions In Mexico sary. In addition, ono glass of Mnr-salaro much moro stable than they now n whisky nnd soda In tho nfter are believed to be. noon, and Bherry and bitters before "Tho situation In lower California dinner. Two glasses of wlno nfter In said to have caused moro concern United States than at any dinner, and another whisky and soda to the Tho quantity of whisky In not stated, other point. It was reported that the we wcro revolutionists exceptionally and. asleust. do not wish to exaggerate-Iwo will nssumo that it Is tho Btrong there, and threatened to set up a government Independent of not moro than a small wlneglassful either that of Diaz or of tho revo- (say two ounces) on each occnslon. Now, how docB thla work out as relutionists to tho east. Tho lino the United States and lower gards alcohol? Six glasses of beer (3 pints), oqunls California Is but an Inmglnury ono, nnd a revolutionary government thero four ounces nlcohol; four glasses of wlno thalf plnt), equals two ounces would bo a source of constant worry. alcohol; four ounces of whisky, equals two ounces alcohol; total, eight Let Contract for N. Y. Postofflee. Now York. Tho contract for tho ounces. We huvo ruihor underestimated thn New York city postotHco wns award cd to the Fuller Construction com- alcoholic fctrcugth of the beer nnd wine so that thero enn be llttlo doubt pany of New York at Its bid of as to tbo total amount, 515,207. This Is exactly four times tho amount which Professor Anstlo. the most liberal Liner Has Stormy Voyage. of tho limits of moderation, Knvi York. Aftor aim of Hut utnr.nl. est trips of her wholu experience tho laid down ns tho maximum for an hours, and Mauretanin arrived Friday nearly sdult man In twenty-fou- r twelve hours lato. All tho way over six times tho maximum of Professor ho bucked hoad seas and heavy winds, Parkes. Wo must concludo, then, that so that hor avorago speed was cut during tho grcnter part of tho tlma the average British otflcor Is not perdown to 24.30 knots an hour. fectly sober, Hu can neither study nor think his best whllo ho Is under Women Win Elght-Hou- r Law. Olympia, Wash. The legislature the Influence of such a largo quantity closed Its session Friday, Among of alcohol, to say nothing of tho of nerve and tissue which measures passed was an eight-hou- r law fur women workers and an era constant contact with such a quantity oust Inevitably cause. ployes' compensation act. pro-rosen gtn-anwell-to-do r n n 4 March 16, 1911 THE CITIZEN ONLY THE FURNITURE LEFT Two States Bank Seems to B Page Three ACCEPT EXPECT DIRT SOON IMPROVEMENT OF WILL PROBABLY Head of Transylvania An Ab- WILULI solute Failure StophcrwporL Cashier Missing. OD IS ORDERED Tendered Hli Resignation After Atlanta Church Offered Him Its Pulpit. REVIEW SaUtT NDUSTRY IN TRADE Improvement 8hown and Moderate Small Buying, Especially In Dry Goods, Very Noticeable. Now York R. G. Dun & StM Uttm for Mar. 28, 1911 Only tlw fixtures aro of th! place, which closed Ms doom Cashier Covington & Owcnton Railroad J. a. Adair fc guivc. Tlicwo luvcstlgat-In- s Lincoln Way to Bo Made Into tbo Itank'n affairs havo lKen Unaa Boulevard. A Sure Thing ble to locate him. IVve4oimont8 show the bank was looted' before tlio doors that tho woman All CONDITIONS NEARLY MET were elated amiMiss Edna Pntie, who HARDIN COUNTY LEADS THE WAY cashier, often was left In charge of tho concern when Adair was away on Bridge Over Salt River at West Point Only a Few More Shares to Sell and buslnetH trips, luut tho savings obile Also Subject of Court Grading Will Commence Further of a Ufutlmo oh well or ihoso of hor Road Creating Extension of the Road to mnthur, which lul been Invented In Frankfort I Expected. Some Interest. tho Institution. "Tho lank Is ruined," nald Orlando Owtantcsi. Only a few uwn harun Smith, oiio of Uro heaviest Htockhold- H'Jiabcthtown. Tho Hardin county of nUx'Jt rvnsvln to h disposed of, cw, "and any number of my asnod-- 1 fiscal court has taken definite steps to vhon tho grading will begin aooordlnx ro Insolvent. They won t lm alile Improvo the "Mncoln Way," on tho tii prrmi!i?i cm, the droMc lino Ixstweun inlra tD mwt tlto loublo lUblllty I,. & N. plko. Owcntun. Uovlnotnn County Surveyor J. 1', McNary has luik net." luut been clow 1ut it. luu Tho wcrk Adair, It Is Bald, 'borrowed 127,000 of been authorized to survey tho plko liwii omwiontly pushed to oii4unrnrv tho bank' fumU and etockhoklnra do-- ' from Wcat Point, tho northern limit of rlm and worn as tlio rcrrtalr.liw four claro other collateral hehi by tlio bank tho county, to Upton, tho eouthern hundred tiiaros of stock havo and thougM to bo worthlcww, waa ol- - limit, and to havo all obstructions, wild, work will begin. The people f tahuxl for thu 'bank thro-jgh- . him, 14ke-l- y euch as telephone ikIcs, fences and Owen certainly nerd an outlet with trclilbig thu ordglwil eutn thought buildings moved from the the cmirmrtw amount of freight ship-pu- l lost. thirty feet from tho center of the high into thUv county ami the bountiful way. :rtnm grown hero and a largo number Salt River Bridge. of cattle and hogs Ahlpix.il oach year The court has also Instructed Counth road will bo n paying proposition. ty Attorney J. W. Hoyd to tako active When oiwv n rood Is constructed to steps toward building tho Salt river be mnny years beOwcnton H will not bndgo at West Point and to take legal fore It will go on through to th capiaction If necessary. ta at Fmnkfort Uieroby furnishing n Hardin county has already been Imtl(rot lino through nortli and south. proving tho iIko for several years by romacadamlzlng and further ImproveBLOODSHED IN STRIKE. ments along Uila lino will be mado In tho near future. AcDeputy Sheriffs Killed Physicians "Tho I.mcoln Way," In Hardin coun company All Trains, ty, la already In a good condition. Tho tract of Inferior road and the n Somerset. The strike of the lack of a brtdgo across Salt river arc on thy Queen & Crwscvnt route tho only drawbacks to making "Tho i of tbu Southern railway reached n Lincoln Way" one of the longest autoliero aud oiiglnccrs ami firemen are mobile routes In the United States, as refusing Jo go out for fear of being there are excellent roads from tho East shot by uiviMiHfri symiaUilzcr of thu to Louisville and from Nashville to Htrtkerti ttVurK the nmte between horn Chattanooga and Atlanta, Oa. nnd Glen Mary, Tenn., as ten men arc Trolley Line Route. reiortctl tolled. WILLIAM O. BRADLEY, PhysfcisnH niv carried on all trains "Tho Lincoln Way" would also fur for wnergojicy caKf. Kentucky. nlsh an excellent trolley route from Stroma. II. II. Hollawny, deputy United States Senator From loulsvlllo to tho Mncoln Park, the (.hnriff, wad shut aiM killed wlillo Mammoth Cavo and thenco to Glas fntard&iR IIhj Q. & C. coal oluihw. He PUBLISHERS CONVENE AT NICH. gow, the only unimproved roadbed he' OLASVILLE. Deputy Hhcr-lr- r wtw ttn from nmbuah. tween Louisville and Glasgow being a Ixnott was abto k)1ll at the now gap between this city and A Talk on Advertising a Feature of the Hodgenvllle. time. A traction lino has been Good Time Meeting Jolly surveyed from Weat Point to this city Reported. DOYS AFTER PRIZES. and an electric lino has been surveyed from Ulasgow to tho Mammoth Cave, Nicholasvillo. The Klghth District to tho Lincoln Park and thenoe to Great Inter Corn Clubs Reorganized Publishers' Ioaguo met here. About Hodgonvllle, aDd tho promoters of this est Manifested. twenty members were preeenL J. H. line propose to begin construction on County Stcars, editor of tho Jeasamlno Ncavs tho road noxt spring. Pulaxkl fiomi'ivet Tho lloyH Corn club has been reorganized and pmsldcnt of tho league, presided. 1M Sblnulck, of tho Shclbyvlllo Hoc-orwith u miuii hirgtT mejuberiihlp. Tlwro r gavo a talk on advertising. 150 membonw Tlio countj' aro alnxii Kentucky State News Items Mayor C. K. Woods, of Richmond, haa ofrrexxl n. wlxo of 1200 for tho boy road a paper on "How to Get Thcro," growJnc tho lATgnst amount of corn and T. Sanders Orr, of Harrodsburg, At the smallest cost. tna FrankforL Tiny brides in Hhort year TnnwdaJo W'lllson ralwd 12C mado uoiikj remarks on tho "Editor In skirts and of the giggling variety aro lniMh'k o tbo aero and his mime wua Politics." A general discussion fol- becoming fashionable and thu rago in tiorakU'J tut com of the I nut conn grow. lowed (Kirtalnlng to tho fnterosta of tho tills city. Three misses under 1C wero nt In KcuUvcky. Ho won $UK) In press or tho state and district Imme- married to bridegrooms under 24. visvrliw. This year's crop U xijc(el to diately preceding tho meeting tliowere Kllznbcthtown. Charles W. Greer, itors and local newspaper people lio tiiucJi bcitter than last. entertained at luncheon by H. M. Mc- of Louisville, was holding conferences carty and J. D. S tears at the home of In regard to reorganizing the defunct FLOUR MILL BURNED. Kentucky and Indiana bank, at West tho latter. Point. Wlngo. The big roller mill lnilong-lirTho board of valuation and assessto II. II. Oarltou was dutroyid by AWARDS CONTRACT FOR JAIL. 11 ro at a ment tlxed the final assessment of the osn of Kuvcral thouRand docounty Ixiulsvlllo & Kastern railroad at $100,-00Itowan Morehead. The llar. This mill was one of tho oldcmt an Incrcaao of $63,001) over the asumll)&tiulppcd Jlourirw mills n court. In special neaslon, awarded the Kraimi KtMitucky. Tticro was ndy a contract for the now county Jail to tho sessment of last year. May Kmall amount of Imnirunoo a--j Mr. Carl- lUuestnno Co. and for tho fixtures to December Louisville. and ton had let two policies lais about tlio Stewart Iron Works Co. plighted when Allen Q. Riddle, 80, was thno wwki ago. IkwWrrf the houwo married to Miss Curtlo Sturgill, 28, mid rcikcltltwry being a total loos there attor a courtship of but a few days. BROTHER OF CARRIE NATION. ero 200 barreln of Hour and a kirgo Tho wedding came as a surprise. IttantKy of grain deployed. The orl' Tho famous old Camp Maylleld. Tho residence Lln of tlw llrv U unknown. Dirk Hoblnson homestead and seven of Mrs. M, II. Landrum was destroyed acres adjoining wu sold by Thomas by flro. Tho house was- owned by Mrs. MONEY FOR SHEEP KILLED. Moore to Jacob Trumbo, of Clark Iiandrum and John W. Landrum. It county, for $1,700. Mr. Moore, who Is was known as tho old Hockor boarding r Iarn. County Clerk Patun has re- a of Carrla Nation, tho house. Insurance will fully cover the ceived from tlio auditor f claims at 'Valoott buster," will move with his toss. FranMont Uh money due tho farmers family to Lexington. Shelbyvllle. Mrs. Amanda J. White, of Iiourlww comity for heep kllkl by tho widow of Joseph S. White, a secyear. Tiro total dof.'M during tlto DEATH UNDER FALLING TREE. tion foreman killed by a C. & O. train, amount refilled from tho dug tax In February 24. filed suit against tho county was 1,147.20, while llourbon Whltosburg. Watson Fleming. 20 Ixmlsvlllo & Nashvlllo and the t'hesa-peak1mh-o.Iauiw totaW 3,33C. Tho was instantly killed by a falling tree. the & Ohio to recover damages In the rial n w wwro jrorateil at about 33 per MMt of his head was torn to nhroda. sum of $20,000. cunt. Ill brother, John Fleming, who woa Cliff Webster, the Carapbellsvllle. cutting Umber nearby, felled the tree fathor of Kmma Jano Scott, 1 1, who GETS CONVENTION. CARLISLE without giving him warning. ran away with Ed Scott about 10 days ego, and was taken from her husband ' irftd'. li Ik aiuiounwxi that the GOES TO BRAZIL.. by Webster when boarding a train for 1911 cnnvnitton of tho ChrMian wom- ' loft at tho Two State 1ank SpteUIIr AmnttdforThli Papr l pla whose God Is the OOI.DEN TnXT-"Htt- pri' Lorl."-rs- a. that wo- UUS. Co.'a Week fro-quc- Order-Autom- ! 1x-c- n right-of-wa- lire-me- crl-hW- tcn-mll- For-nw- am 0, two-stor- y at licxlngton. As President It. H. Crossflcld Insists upon dcflnlto action being taken ax soon as possible upon his' resignation by tho board of curators of Transylvania university, there seems little doubt that he will become tho pastor of tho First Christian church nt Atlanta, Ga., and that Tran- syhanla will have a new president when tho school term begins next Sep tember, although President CrossflcM states that he has not yet formally accepted tho call of the Atlanta church. 7ho cxecutne commlttco of the board received a telegram from Pres ident CroBBfleld, who is at Pomona, Cal., In which he asks that some action bo promptly taken on his reslg nation. It Is understood that as the members of the commlttco have the Impression that President CrossP.eld Is anxious to accept tho Atlanta cull, and religious that the religious revivals It Is considered probablo resignation will bo accepted, to tako reforms, alternating with decllnos. place at the cud of tho present school Here was a great struggle between good and evil, and the good seems to term. havo gained. In a few cases there TREE FELL ON HIM. were revelations from God. IIo did everything he could to keep the people Farmer Knocked on Head and Proba obedient to his laws, and train them in the religious life, that they might bly Fatally Injured. be the kingdom of God to bless the world. There were a few prophets Llnwood. Whllo cutting down tree "Hub" Walsh, a farmer, was of whom little Is known save their struck on the head by a falling limb names. Tbo conflict of religion with fatally Injured. The evil In Judah, though not ending In and probably limb, which was a large one, ia be- - complete victory, made a decided gain lloved to havo been broken by tho eloet for tho right. Why do wo celebrate and pralso our and the Jolt In cutting on the tro knocked it loose. When It began rail forefathers? Not simply becauso they Ing3Ir. Walsh started to run. but war were stout hearted. Many a freeboot caught in tho brush. Physicians who er and many a soldier of fortune has attended him report his condition seri been that. It is becauso they were stout hearted for an Ideal, their ideal ous. and ours, civil and religious liberty; and whenever nnd wherever men FORT THOMAS DESERTED. and women thus devoted themnot ma and to Ideal Covington. With tho departure ol selves the 2d Infantry for Hawaii what ap terlal things, there the world's heroes pears to bo all but the final chapter In are born, and born to be free. Some blessings coino to us, not In tno passing or 't. rnomas win nave lccn written. Tho war scare along tho spite of, but Just becauso of, our hos The stimulus of Mexican harder seems to have becu tile environment. tho rock on which the hopes of the hostllo climate produces the robust well wlabors of the post were dashed race. Where nature always smiles and A company of tho 10th Infantry was to everything Is friendly there Is no such havo remained at the post for an Indefl. thing as beneficent discipline, and nlto tlmo, but a telegram was rocolved soft, languid race Is perpetuated. The from Washington ordering tho com man of the temperate zone owes his txiny rto Join tho regiment at FL Ren superior physical vigor, his keener jamin Harrison. Ily tho first of April mental capacity, his alertness, bis In vcntlveness, very much to the climatic the post will have been denuded of all conditions property with the exception of the is forced tounder which be lives. He activity, and so he quickly ImlldtrtgH. outstrips his languid neighbor of the tropics. RAILROAD EXTENSION. The kingdom of Israel contalnod It was a much Change In Plans Announced for L. & E 9,400 square miles. more fertile country than Judah. Its Railway. territory lay between Judah and Syria, Whltcfiburg. It is now stated tlhal so that It was In close contact on a further extension of tho Lexington three sides with heathen nations, who had tho activity and physical qualities & Eastern railroad from Potters Fork, of tribes which loved excursions Into In tho coal fields, will be let for con for booty. Of the nine struction, but Instead of passing down other countries with the four kings of kings parallel previously announced, the Elkhora, as Judah, It Is Worth while to remember lino will pass through the headwaters Jeroboam, 22 years; Orarl, 12; Ahab through 22. Jezebel, of Elkhorn and Iioone s Fork, Ahab's heathen queen tho Oumherland mountain at Pound was tho most Influential factor in the Gap, by tunnel, and enter Virginia via religious decline. The kingdom was Pound and so on through Wise county. subject to revolutions, and the nine kings of this period belong to five dy KENTUCKY ON RAMPAGE. hero-prophe- The object of tho first tcntury of the divided kingdom and Its lessons was Jo develop and train a people of God, through whom to make tho wholo world n people of God. Salvation for the Individual and for the human race. The united kingdom did a great work In this direction. Out the tlmo camo when thcro was danger of Its failure. Hence came the divided kingdom, through which thcro was a duublo experiment In the development of the kingdom of God. Tho period covered wns about 90 years n. C, 982 to 893. Thocountry was Palestine, within Its usual boundaries. The course of development runs In two lines: The royal, tho course as repre sented by the kings, tho civil history, and the religious development, represented largely by tho prophets. The kingdom of Judah was about bait as largo as Israel. Its capital was Je rusalem, and tho temple was the re ligious center. Largo numbers of the more religious people came to Judah from Israel. Judah was sheltered from attack on the north by Israel's being between them and the nearest and most dangerous enemies, whllo a desert was a great defense on the south. This position also saved them from close contact with heathenism and Its degrcdatlons. The leading kings were Rchaboam, Jo- years; Asa, 40 years; 17 hoshaphat, 25 years. Tinder Asa and Jehoshaphat there were gTeat ly Review of Trado snld! Tho irate Improvement In Indus trial and traOa conditions rinco tho be- glnninc of tho year continues. Two Important 1'lcments. of strength in tlvo sltuablon are tlio existing low tocks of merchandise and the cxUting largo stock of money. Certain dovolopmcntd not directly associated with tho trado lUolf have caused a more conacrvatlvo feeling in Iron and steel, although evi dences of lmnrovorocnt contlnuo to multiply. Theso algns of progress in clude a furtlier Milwtantlal Increaso In unfilled orders on hand by tho leading produour and an expansion of 35,000 tons In tho outjuit of pig Iron durini? February, tho first gain reiortcd la nearly a year. ir! Dry Goods Moving. Business In tho primary dry goods market continues generally ra restrict. ed volume and curtailment of opera tions In mill centers is still large. In spots trade Is good and distributors are ablo to movo merchandise in small lots, although price concessions ore common In cotton goodft. Some com ment was caused by a revision of price tn one line of staple prints, Unit other prints did not follow and the printed goods division of the Industry is rela tively better than trado with bleachers, Export trado fc dyers or finishers. fair. The leading producer of men's wear has secured a liberal volume of future business at very close prices nnd there is a marked tendency among users of drcos materials to purchase the 'bettor qualities. In Footwear. Root and shoo conditions show an Im provement Jobbers are placing larger orders and whllo the demand Is still cbilotfy for odd styles, specialties and ptaplo lines aro now receiving more at tention. Prices rule steady to Ann and owing to tho scarcity of Russia calt loathra, shoes cut from this material are about 10 per cent higher than a short, while ago. Hides are tn steady demand. All ot tho upper leather tanners havo now returned to the old discounts on the basis of C per cent oft 10 days, and shoe manufacturers aro endeavoring to accomplish tho same in sole leather. Farm Work Progressing. Bradstrect'a weekly letter said: Tho presence of numerous buyers in tho principal markets has tended to produce a modcrato degrco of Improve ment In houso trades and early farm work Is progressing under favorable grain ap conditions. While pears to be In good shape. Incidentally tho progress of the season has imparted a little more zost to retail trade. Business Failures. Business failures In 'the United States for tho week ending March 9 wero 230, against 256 last week, 250 In tho Hko week of 1910, 254 in 1909, 278 In 1908 and 186 In 1907. Business failures in Canada for the week num ber 34, as against 33 last week and 36 same week of 1910. The Export Trade. Wheat, including flour, exports from tho United States and Canada for the week ending March 9, aggregate 2,248,- 873 bush, against 2,980,200 last week and 1,679,453 this week last year. Fox tho 36 weeks ending March 9, exports aro 84,759,830 bush, against 110,605,716 In tho corresponding period last year. Corn exports for tho week are 2,354,605 bush, against 2,861,527 last week and 1,022,806 in 1910. For tho 36 weeks ending March 9, corn exports are 34,- 228,336 butdi, against 19,664,533 List year. fall-sow- n k an's ltu.nl of Mission and the Htblu rchooSs of ttirn Cluistlan cliurcb In the d1tnl-- t of Kentucky will bo held In thl.4 fdty May 17, 18 and 19. T.io (ikstrkt iti otrniported of the oountlcH of Hath, Iloui'bon, Clark. Montgomery, HaTrt)JU Nicholas and others In llU seotJoa. There will I to n hirge attend-bucof dtgaien from every church of (be dint riot WILL GET FIFTY MIKADOS. ' Glasgow. J. W. Krucgor, of II. C. Trigg, tho wellkuown Glasgow capitalist, will leave In a fow daye for Ilnir.il. where he has accented a itfM.ltlmi iim mulltnr nf a rallrmjl. Mr Krueger spent last year In Ilrazll, but owing to thu climate ho felt that he hod better remain here, but tho company offered him $10,000 a year and he will remain. Mrs. Krueger, former ly Mltu .Mary Frances Trigg, will return with him. aon-Jn-la- Florida, has brought his daughter Tlve Queen & Crccent Paris.1 A imtltlcm of bankruptcy vaa CO new tooomotiviti tiled In th federal court by King to Ita inotiv power. Thoy will bo of u lia ixl ware and tinware tho Mttaulo tyio, with wheel base of 78 Tho liabmUca aro $8,407.99, Inches, whkJi huvo been fouttd suitable and tlie uhset $.1,962.13. No reotion is tended tho organization's annual meeting. for the curve und grade of tbo road. asgned for tbo failure. I,cxInt;ton. In planning to odd Ilod-mo- mar-chan- t. homo. Ixsxlngton. The official Investigation Itvto tho trafllc In votes In the counties of Floyd, Magoflln and Knott, rocontly Inaugurated by Circuit Judge AttorGardner and Commonwealth ney William H. May, promise to rival tho revelations recently made in Ad ams county, Ohio. Louldvlllo. That Ivoulsvillo has a u good chance of landing the 1912 of tho National Wholesale Lumber Dealers' association la tho word brought by President T. M. Urowu, of tho Loulsvlllo Hardwood club, from Washington, whero he atcon-entlo- Carlisle. Tho complete assessment in Nicholas county, which has been s barn SIdevIow. A largo went to Frankfort to bu examined by to Karl Farrls was bunuM the board of equalization, shows only with all Uh couteulH, eonaWtlng of 3!i,. 12 diamonds wore listed In tho county 0Q0 pounds of tobacro, furm Imple-mcnt- und theso wore valued at $S00. aud chickens. Tho los ' Is about Hasard. W, It. Richards, for Jones The $0,000, with liunirunco of $1,000. llios., general contractors, who nro flro Is toeUcvrd to be thu wc.k of bulldlim thu lx?xliiKton & Kasteru Ihrough the mountains, denies Water rates wpre cut that thu two Uulgnrians who were Louisville. in a dynamite explosion near lb per cent on (tat and 12 per 'tuit on meter ervlco by the board f water Hazard recently wero employed by a works. subcontractor under his llim, tol-iccmil-load TOBACCO BARN BURNS. Franklin. While handling a revolver in tho home of Price Watson n npuro accidentally discharged tho firearm, tho ball passing through the body of Mr. Watson's son. Physicians aro hopeful for the recovery of the child. four-year-ol-d TRAINS SOON TO BE RUNNING. Versailles. From proscnt lndlca tlow trains will be running over the Kentucky Highlands branch of (he U & N. railroad between this city and Frankfort by April 15 nasties. Tbo stories of theso Ford. Tho rains here swelled the Kentucky river 12 feet. Roports from should become familiar In their main children, who can Incidents to all Hazard stato a good run of logs pass see what brave, the heroic men can do, cd there safely handled at booms when they aro In earnest for the right above lock No. 12. Tho two lumber Elijah preached God Almighty, his companies at thla place already havo truth, his laws, his power to help, and about a four months run and In add! the absolute necessity of being loyal tion with this will be able to run far to blm, If the Individual or tbo nation Into tlie summer. would prosper by a life worth the liv ing. Pound. E. B. Robinson, postmaster, For all the children tho teacher can men of the Ken make a most profltablo review by a one of the border, ibccanno sudden plan used by a successful friend. IIo ly Insane. took a large sheet of heavy paper, say Noliu. Tho Nolln IkuikinB Ca has 12 by 15 Inches, and drawing a line gone into voluntary liauidatlou. Tho down the center, on the left hand side depositors were paid in full and it u wrote a series of questions In letters thought that the stockholders, will not so large as to be easily been by all tho suffer any great loss. Tho bank will class. On tho right Bide of tho lino he wrote the answers. These quostlons be reorganized. they read London. Matt PIgg, deputy Jailer, were given to the class, aud Is tho answers two or three times. Then tho was stabbed four times, and tt In tho middle, so that thought he can not live. L. P. Thomp paper was folded out of slijlit. whllo answers were son, court stenographer, Is In Jail In the questions .were still before tho the default of bond, charged with the cut class, and they were to show how well ting. Thompson is a son of Deputy they had learned the lesson. Such a United States Marshal Grorgo Thomp review can be made very effective son, From the first there was religious MadlsonvllW.. Tho Klks gavo a big deterioration, from the worship of Je celebration, tho anniversary of tho hovah by golden calves to the worship lodgo hqro. A banquet was served at of Uaal with all Its licentious rites. So religion was almost obllt which Congressman Ollto James spoke, that true erated. The Moabite Stone with Its FARMER SERIOUSLY INJURED records of this time Is still preserved Glasgow. V. H. lilldreth, a wealthy In the Louvre, Paris. Here the true farmer wio lives three miles from religion la Its conflict with heathen town. wa. badly injured. Ho attempt lam suffered an almost entire sod des ed to drive out of the new planing mill perato defeat Jor a time. Rut there tthed when bo was caught between the was a rally and reformation under Ell ton of the door and the wagon Beat and )h and Ellsba; which was continued an' crushed. He was carried home on a and advanced by jenu, tnrougn niscall- cot, but the extent of hid Injuries can nlbltatlon of Jeiobel and her Irea uot yet bo told. best-know- n tucky-Vlrgln- THE Cincinnati 11 n,, MARKETS Grain Market. mvmla Si 0.rK4 3ft do family $3.15a3.40, low grade $2.65a Winter 2.70. spring patent b.4oa&.bu, ao rancy 95c, No. 3 red 87a90c, No. 4 82a85c. t;urn wo. & wane isaiac, ixo. j white 47a48c, No. 2 yellow 47a 48c, No. 3 mixed 31&a32c yellow 46Va47c, No, 3 46a47c. No. 3 mixed 46a 2 mixed standard white 32Ka33c. No. Live Stock. ST, 1!".nf! ir, hirlnhor steers, extra $5.7.'a0, good to choice hellers, extra jo.uuati.va; $4.905.65; good to choice $1.75a5.50; cows, ex- ritnS.Mtinm ti r.ril Sr.- - Cincinnati tra 4. CO: na Hogs $4a8. common and largo Good to choice packers and butchers r.iuaija, $7.&oa7.u5, mixea pacKero .. ......ninn tr.1 ihittfi liMVV f rt i RAU'S S4.M1 T W 1,11.1.(1. UU.WW plga (110 lbs and less $7a755. a6.35, goou iq cnoiee Sheep rcxira i.zu, 1 fc mMl tn rtioiro 14.10.1 $2.50a3.50. Bulls BologCalves-E-xtra $4.60a5.15, extra $5.26. $9.25, fair to goodi $8o9. cannere $3.75a4.15. yearlings Poultry Lambs Extra $6.60 $4.75a5. Cincinnati Miscellaneous. Hens 13l&c lb, spring-chick- , ena 22c lb. ducks 14c. turkeyu 20c. geese 6a9c. Eggs Prijnw flteta Teaincry, iwmer 16V4C, hratfl l&ttc. extra 2S,4c. firsts 2fi,.4c fancy dilry Fancy $5afi a Mil, Apples 18c. choleo $4a5' u bbl, Carrots N. O. Celery 25a35c dozen. 35a40c dozen. $3.50a4 a Eggplants Homegrown a Malaga $7a8 Grapes crate. keg. Lomona California $2.25&3.50. Otitoai Yellow S5a90c. whlto $lal.l0 per bu. Pineapples $33.50 a crate, Pot toes Northern Ohio 43a45c a bu, Florida, $2.75a3.25 $I'a3.25 bbl Turnips a hamper, sweet, 80ca$l bbi. Pace Four. HIE CITIZEN. Miss Dorothy I lay don Is enjoying a visit tram her father this week. Mr. Allen Bogle, of Klrksvlllo wns In town over 8unday. Miss Lllllo Short and Mr. Charley Williams were, married at tho homo of tlio brldo last Tuesday. Tho Nov. M. K. l'asco offlclatod. They expect lo leavo for Inrls, Kjr., In a few days, whoro they will mako their future home. Mr. II. 11. Howell loft Inst Tuesday for Alabama, for a week's visit. llorn to Mr. and Mrs. 11. V. twin girl, Monday. Tho millinery shop or Mrs. taura Jones was burned, Prldny night. Tho flrfl had gained too great headway before It waa dlBCOtercd so It was Imposslblo to save tho building. Uy strenuous efforts tho buildings close by wero raved. Mr. K. Stephens, a lawyer of Williamsburg, stopped over to see his daughtors, Mioses Mao and Illanche, who nro In school here. For tho whitest nnd best flour, go to H. J. Knglo. Mr. John Hay Clark, tho Staio Field Socretary of tho Young for Society of Christian Kndeavor Kentucky will bo In llcrea, March 24, and a union meeting will bo arranged. Tho time nnd place will bo announced later. All young peoplo keep this In mind and plan to be there tl.B Miipmv rnllimfifl -from Atlntl ..ISO ta, Wednesday morning, whero she was the guest of n college classmato during the session of tho Commercial Sho reports a delightful Congress. March, 16,, loin, m Attention, Mr. Farmer! Why not use some judgment in buying fertilizer this spring? Tell us what kind of soil you have nnd we will select n fertilizer adapted to it. We are not tied to any one grade of fertilizer but are prepared to sell you what you need and at a price that will interest you. Yours for a good crop e, ' WMM 7 A X" "Bends with your foot" Thst it why it 'feels so mam fV(WM;- - ' V"s J0vv good. Vou will find any of the Red Cross dress shoes just as cscy and comfortable as the walking shoes. the special Red Cross process which preserves all the leather's natural elasticity. R. H. Chrisman P. S. R. J. Engle Once you arc fitted in the Red Cross Shoe, you will be better satisfied than --wi- th Don't hesitate to select the most stylish Red Cross rnodt.1 shown. you have ever been before the appearance as well as the comfort of your see the out this the Red is how Its comfort is not due to its shape or style hut to its sole, which Lends with year footwetr. Come In and new styles. Find season how restful Cross Shoe really fashionable it it. High Shoes $4, hit. This 1 mm ill ii it! fpf U Mm See us before you buy. ..u. sole is tanned by Oxfords $3.50 tnd $1. 1.50 and $5. visit. I These are the styles that will be worn FERTILIZER Should you want more than our own guarantee on our Fertilizers we will gladly refer you to people who have used it for years. Ours is 16 per cent Add Phosphate and comes in 125 and 200 lb. bags. In lots less than 500 lbs., In lots over 500 lbs., $1.10 per 100 lbs. "" - 1.00 " - Tho Hov. Wm. James Huchlns uf after nil, counts most In any speakObcrlln Is tho preacher for Union er. His short talk In Chapel, Monday f hurch nnd tho coltego service, Su - morning, was In keeping with tho t'.ny nnd Sunday night. two sermons. Mr. Huchlns Is on his way homo Miss Nettlo Troadwny of Paint Lick from tho Danville Y. M. C. A. has been visiting hero at tho homo of which Is In session there this her sister, Mrs. Tom logsdon. week. Prof. Itulno has gono to Peoria, HAtlY CHICKS: Ilarred Plymouth HI., to tako Dr. Frost's place as principal speaker nt tho Congregal'.ocks, 1S.00 per 100. Kggs for hatching GO cents per J.". Mrs. J. H. Wal- tional Club Uampict. Dr. Frost Is suffering from hoarseness and fearod lace, Wnllaccton, Ky. that If ho should go ho would not I io nblo to speak. Dr. Cowley will speak before the Young Men's Christian Association, Sunday evening at C: 10. It will bo a very Important meeting. Watch for the subject on tho Bulletin Board In Lincoln Hall. lCon-foren- FOR SALE Fine slto fur u homo, beautiful view. Ixxated on water main; plpoti laid for sewerage; cement sidewalk. Address Box 324, Berea, Ky. Charm In Sincerity. "Sincerity always has a charm of Its own. Even when two mon ar fighting, you aro compelled to admlr their carntatnvss and singleness of purpose." "Master of tho Vineyard." by Myrtle Reed. E. F. COYLE You pay less or get more oaooooaoaoaoaoooaoaooooooaooaooauciouo o o Berea and Vicinity. GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES " o oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaooaoo oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa Miss Dora Ely who la teaching at o Hugh, was at home for a short time at the first of the week. Mr. Luther Robinson who was takon o to the hospital a short time ago o with typhoid fever died Saturday arid o was laid to rest In the Berea cemetery, Sunday. Mr. Robinson leaves a wife and two small children. Ytt, That's What We Want. - Snnders. a Denver machinist, has tnvonted a contrlvnuco that will feed a press. If ho could Invent a machlno that mould feed a family he'd win everlustlng fame. Denvrr Tlmos. W. I- Fire, Life Phone 505 U KnoxvlUo UEREA & Boys, bring your rubber and Iron to J. S. Gott, on Depot Street for high prices. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Plummer and little son of Flemlngsburg, Ky., wero CITY rilONK IBS OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE in Berea, Tuesday and Wednesday, visiting a son who is in school. Mrs. W. 1 Wllks and baby have DAN BRECK been spending Boveral days with her father, Rev. W. D. Powoll at Louisand ville. DR. BEST, DENTIST H. Don't let anyone sell you ferti lizer and make you believe it is as good as the Globe Fertilizer for it is not. Ask your neighbor. For Mr. and Mrs. George Golden aro resale by Rhodus C& Hayes. joicing ovor tho birth of, a llttl'i Dr. C. W. Gould, City Pathologist of St. Louis, Is reported very sick but at last advices was recovering. Dr. Gould is tho of Rev. M. K. Pasco of tho Congregational son-in-la- WELCH'S wait But norer let the thought enter your mind that study alone will load you to ibo hlghts of usefulness and sucress. Orover Cleveland. a ....... Study and study hard. FOR YOUR daughter, Mattle Katherlne, who Lorn March 2. Accident Insurance Richmond, Ky. fertilizer, N..TIME TABLE 6:30 a. m. 11:00 p. 1:29 p. m 3:67 a. Chrisman and Engle carry the best 6:10 p. m. 7:45 a. Cincinnati South Bound Local 6:40 a. m. 8:25 p. Cincinnati BEREA KnoxvlUo ' 7;'oo .11:59 a. m. p. m. 12:29 p. 6:60 a. m. Berea, Ky. Miss Katherlne Jackson of London, who was hero just before Christmas of old English m getting n collection m. ballads returned for several days in. this weok. She has mado a number of very Interesting finds. Miss Jackin. son was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. m. Frost during both of her visits. Tho teachers and officers of the Primary department of the Berea Baptist Sunday School wero delightchurch. fully entertained Friday ovenlng ot Mrs. Arthur Hughes, remembered the homo of Mrs. W. H. Porter. Mrs. In Berea as Miss Maud Lake, now Porter Is superintendent of tho Prilives in Youngstown, Ohio, 53 West mary department. Chalmors Street, and writes of her Mr. Gontry Lakes of Jackson Coungratitude to Berea College, and her ty was in town last week. appreciation of The Citizen. Sunday night At both of these services hu showed himself a clear thinker, able to select tho essential point In his subject and proscnt It with a force which compelled his hearers to retain It. Tho ovenlng discourse, tho theme of which was "How to find God," was especially helpful. Added to his power of thought aud expression was an carncstnoss and splrtual force which, Tho Rev. Arthur Mather of Marlon, Ky., preached at tho Union Church, Sunday morning, and at the Chapel, Seed Potatoes GO TO TATUM'S All Varieties Mill Feed $1.30 - 65c Ideal Patent Flour - - 65c Fairy Patent Good as is made. .... v Express Trains Stop to tako on and let off passengers from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 8:15 a. m. Cincinnati BEREA 11:44 a. m. North Bound Buy the Globe Fertilizers and you will get the best. For sale by Rhodus CK. Hayes. Tho 8quare Deal Store has a now claa-wher- o. line of dry goods and notions which you should price before buying One price and a square deal guaranteed to all. Mrs. Salllo Fowler. BEREA 4:56 p. m. Tho new officers of tho Young Wo8:35 p. m. Cincinnati men's Christian Association which wero recently elected are as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Dan Baker visited Miss Maggie Taulbeo, president; Miss Cora Marsh, Miss May In Berea, Saturday, Minter, socretury; aud Miss Myrtle Leonard Ballard who Is In school Starns, treasurer. Tho different comhero visited his home at Valley View, mittees of the association also apSunday. Saturday and pointed now members. Mr. Richardson who represents Miss Kato Logsdon of Panola has Hood and Co. mado his regular trip boen visiting at tho homo of her hero, Monday. sister, Mrs. James Coylo! J. J. Martin of Rockford was iu Mr. Seward Marsh whose graduatown, Monday, tion at Yale was announced last weok Mr. Ktdd Richardson Is In town arrived, Monday, for a week's visit .. i with his parents and. friends. Mr. and Mrs. Will Duncan are tho proud parents of a Uttlo glrl, born last Thursday. Tim College Froshman class .is a ivory largo ouo this year, and its inombors aro as Jolly a bunch as can ' , . The Real Value of a Garment may not thoroughly realize it, but it is a fact that the manner on value of garment YOU is made andatrimmed. dependscloththewith poor in which tailoring Good most unsatisfactory garand poor fitting qualities makes a ment, no matter what you pay for it. The real worth of a suit or an overcoat depends, to a remarkable extent, on the class of trimmings used, the class of tailoring employed, and upon the fit. We want you to see our $15, $18 and $20 Suits which we specialize. If ve were not thoroughly" convinced that this country produces no better clothes at the price, you must realize that we would not constantly recommend them to our customers. Come in and see for yourself. Bargain Day 2:00 p. m. SATURDAY MARCH 18 gMRS EARLY bo fouud auywhero. They hied themselves to the attic of Ladles' Hall last Friday afternoon and from four until soven they let their spirits run high. The party was symbolical of thulr younger days and each lad and lassie was dressed in youthful apparel. For refreshment tho happy children indulged In largo bowls of broad and milk, and in an abundance of MAIN ST. HAYES RHODUS STORE'' THE QUALITY 4 BEREA, KY. VCrtMCCtJtaOTttV peppermint stick candy aud apples. NtW YORK MafcH 6i 191 1. THE CITIZEN. Page Five LADIES House Cleaning time is here. you wish to cheer up your rooms with a few pieces of New Furniture, brighten up the old walls with New Paper and the floors with New Rugs. IF YOU WANT SPRING Stylish Clothing AND All-Leath- I INVITE YOU OOLDMAN DCCKMAN A CO er and most complete and the prices the lowest that I have ever made. $1500 Worth of Rugs, Carpets, and Mattings to call and look through my stock from beginning to end and see the great bargains I have for you. The assortment is the largest Shoes Good Clothe GO TO JUST ARRIVED BEREA, KY. In R. J. ENGLE they arc In better COMMISSIONERS SALE our midst than they should Edith Bronaugh, etc., Plaintiffs. be. It would not bo a bad Idea to vs. debar them from tho Chapel alto- Hagel Hagln, etc., Defendants. gether. Under nnd by vlrtuo of a Judgment The band Is in great favor in Be- and order of sale rendered at tho rea and it Is tbo favor of merit. Mr. ouruary Term, J9U, of tho Madison Canfleld deserves great credit for Circuit Court, tho undersigned, Mas- his efficient leadership and tho ex- tor Commissioner of said Court, will cellent training given. on Saturday, April 1, 1911, on the premises at 11 o'clock a. m., sell to PACKARD ENTERTAINMENT tho highest and best bidder certain Although Berea has been almost parcel of land In the town of Berea, surfeited with good things for tho Madison County, Kentucky, and de past week, a largo audienco waa pre- scribed aa follows: sent, rucsday night, to see and hear Fronting Boone Street In Bjrca Packard, called, by Captain Hobson, 293 feet, more or less, on tho West "America's greatest cartoonist and Sldo of said Street, and running back caricaturist." This was the last num- In parallel lines 283 feet; thenco a ber on tho Lyceum Course for 1910 straight lino in rear parallel to front and 1911, and was fully up to the line ot Boono Street. Said property standard of good things that tho com- Joins tho lot ot A. H. Williams on mittee has offered the public this the North and the lot of I. C. Baker year. on tho South. Said property will be The delineation of Uncle Sam and offered tor sale first In four lots his numerous subjects at the be- each fronting Boone Street 73 foot ginning of the program was consider- and running back In parallel lineal 283 feet to the rear. ed very fine, and tho sketches showIt will then I ing tho characteristics ot tho Hoos-ler- s, be offered as a whole and sold so as tho Kentucky colonel, the New to rcallzo the most money. York dudo, tho girl in hobble skirts TERMS: Said land will be sold and the foreign count in pursuit ot on a credit of six months tlmo. The' the American beauty wero equally as purchaser will bo required to' execute-bondgood. with approvod security payable Mr. Packard would make a success to tho Commissioner, bearing 6 per as an Impersonator and reader us cent Interest from dato ot sale unwell, and his description of tho char-acto- til paid, to havo the force and efthat ho pictured produced re- fect of a Judgment with a lien repeated laughter and applause. The tained upon tho land until all the series of final pictures,, tho most purchase money la paid. H. C. Rice, popular American girl liberty on tho silver dollar tho money grabber Master Commissioner, M. C. C. and tho sketch of tho cottage with A BIG BARGAIN glowing sun-snnd the aged pair ot lite, brought tho in tho sun-se- t In a farm containing 89 2 acres program to a fitting and touching situated on Copper Creek Pike tlx close. miles west ot Berea, 4 2 miles east of Paint Lick, Garrard County, PUBLIC SALE Kentucky. This farm la almost entirely lovel. Is good land and has Wo will offer for salo to the highest and best bidder on Saturday, Mar. on it a good six room house and, 25, 1911, at 2 o'clock p. m.. on tho out buildings, a ,now tobacco barn premises In Berea, Ky., Tho Berea costing $450, a Splendid orchard, Canning and Packing Co.'s plant con- fine drilled well In yard and foun- sisting of a lot of land fronting 140 tain of stock water Just In the right feet and running back same width llace. 200 root situated on tho L. & N. side This Is a great bargain and can track In Berea, Ky., near tho Deiwt. be had for only 45 per acre, half Said lot has upon It a first class down and balance In payments. Adrnctory building with ample waro-hou- dress J. P. Blcknell, Berea, Ky., or attached and Is equipped with Robert Boln, Paint Lick, KyN R. K. now and modern machinery for can- D. No. 2. ning tomatoes, berries and all kinds Possession given at once if bought, ot fruits and vegetables. VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY This lot has upon It a flno cistern FOR SALE I also have a very valuable towa furnishing plenty 6f water tho year round for nil necessary purposes to property In Central Berea on south side ot Chestnut St., opposite Narun tho factory, etc This lot Is Tbo abovo property will first bo tional Bank building. offered for salo separately, tho ma- 127 foot front extending back 17S chinery first and then the lot ot feet and has on It a good six room, land and then as a whole and which- two story framed house, excellent ever way tho bdlt prlco Is offered garden and barn. Also a good sew will bo accepted. framed store building with, living abovo Store room 25x60 ft. Persons wishing to see or purchaso tho above property before dato ot All in good condition and, a fine losalo should call upon the undersigncation for any one wanting a splen ed. Terms will bu llboral and to did business location In ilae beautl-ful and educational town ot Berea, suit purchaser. Ky. Would sell this property as a J. Burdetto. whole or separately, together with J. W. Fowler, B. T. Fish, all By property In Berea, which la W. L. Harrison, for sale. For further Information Committee. address, J. P. Blcknell, Berea, Ky. ",' M. B. Ramsey, be confessed to 1- -4 rs et 1-1-so Before opening these I wish to close out about forty Rugs in room size Brussels at $8.50, $10 and $12 and a few room size Axminsters at $10, $12.50 Watch this space for bargains. and $15 each. All other goods in proportion. CHRISMAN, The History of the English Bible Ninth Article 1611-191- Furniture Man The King James or "Authorized" Version This the 1 Tercentenary of it3 Publication The Most Famous of all the Translations Its Popularity The Greatest Lit-- erary" Merit but Revision of By PROF. J. R, 1881 More Accurate. ROBERTSON The Tercentennial sltles" rovlowed by the "learned of The present year Is tbo threo hun- tho church," passed on by tho Privy dredth anniversary of tho publication Council nnd ratified by the King of tho moat famous of tbo English himself. lltbtcs, tho version of King James. The Translators Tho celebration ot this event will Tho work ot producing a new Ulblo nrouae Interest not only In tho origin was assigned to sevoral groups ot and htitory of this well known Illblo scholars, meeting In different places but also In all of tho Kugllbh Bibles and under fitting leaders. Tho list which preceded It. Included Puritan scholnrs as well as thoso of the established church. There Puritan's Suggestion n In nil and they which led to tho were Tbo auggesHon version of King James Ttrst came were remarkablo not only for learnfrom tho Hampton confcrcnco which ing but for tolerance nnd literary aptho King called upon his accession to preciation. A series of rules wa drawn iuttlo the religious question. A Purl-tla- n up for their guidance which seem to dlvlno by tho name ot Reynolds have been kept In part but neglect'moved Ma majeatlo that there might ed whenever they wished to do so. The plan Of translation was adopted Iks a new translation of tho Bible" already In cxlstonco In 1C0I, tho work liegan In IC07 nnd bocauso thosn "wcro corrupt nnd not answcrablo to tho Ulblo was published In 1C11. The title of this new version was: "Tho tbo truth ot tho original." Tho aoems to havo been especial- Holy Illblo contoynlng tho Old Testament and tho New, nowly translated ly alruod against tho "Bishops III Mound tho Ulahop ot Ixindon at onco out of tho original TongueB; and with ropllod: "If every man's humour the former translations diligently abould bo followed, there would bo compared and revised by his majesties speclall commandment." no end of translations." forty-Bove- sunilng that part of tho printing was dono by another than the printer of tho King because of the hasto to get tho Illblo to tho people or for some similar reason. A difference In the tltlo pago Is also noted for some had a flno engraving and others a Tho wood cut of different design. wood cut was probably used becnuso the plate for the engraving was not ready when tho printing started and mcntary matter. A dedication to tho tho change was made before the ediking, nn address of the translators tion was finished. to tho reader, a kulendar, and an Not Formally Authorized v A special monoiioly was alamanac. Tho King James Ulblo has circulat granted to ono James Siwd to placo ed from 1611 until tho present tlmo In each copy a genealogical lablc if superseding nil other versions. In lit several pages. erary merit It has never been sur Few Notes passed but tho revision of 1881 and Then) wcro no marginal notes In later excel It In accuracy of transla tho King James Illblo except such as tion. It Is always spoken of as the would explain mora fully a Hebrew "authorized vorslon" but there Is or a Greek word. When words had no cvldonce that it ever lecclved any "divers significations" tho rules In- formal authorization beyond tho ready structed tho translators to keep that acceptance of the people. "which hath been most commonly World-wid- e Influence used by tho most eminent fathers, beThere have been many editions ot ing agreeable to tho propriety ot the King James 1)1 ble and Bomo ot the placo and tho analogic of faith." them havo been changes from tho Tho alleglanco to this practice helptext of 1C11. Tho first American edied much In producing that unity tion waa published In Philadelphia in which was so much desired and tho 1782. Klngames version of tho Ulblo lack of which had weakened Protestmoro than any other has been trans- v ant England, encouraging tho Catho- lics In their hope to reclaim It. Pleasing to King Tho Idoa, however, though proposed by u Puritan pleased tho Klug who waa a queer combination of vanity and loarning. It was a good tlmo for auch a work to bo undertaken when England was "a uust ot singing blrda," whon there wero not only erudite scholars In tho land but also writers of beautiful and picturesque favored Kngllsh. Tho King's voice "ono uniform translation," to be dono by tho "boat luarned In both unlvcr- - Appearance of the Book Tho first edition was a largo folio with a pago 1GH by 10V4 inches'. Tho paper was heavy, tho book had 1,500 pages and was about 3 Inches thick. Thero were no Illustrations but many fine Initial letters were Included. Tho text was arranged In two columns and tho typo was tho old black Tho division Into faced Kngllsh. chapters and verses was continued as lu tho Geneva Illblo. liesldo tho text thero were many pages of supple- - THE erea National Bank. lUportuf Oirunilltlon of III llerr NhUouhI llank.nt llrroa, In thr.tntoiif Kraluckj lit tlx clo.mif bu.lnr.., March 7, lull. BKSOURCKS. Ka.S43S. " $ 100,70 1 Loans uuil Discounts 2,021 Overdrafts, secured and uiiHecured 25,000 U. S. Honda I J secure circulation 8,000 Banking house, furniture iiud fixtures 8,100 Other real estate owned 14,544 Due from approved reserve agents 151 Checks and other cash items 830 Note of other Nntiounl Hanks 105 Fractional Paper Curroucy, Nickels, and Ceuta. . . . Lawful Monct Kkskbvk in Hank viz: $7;31G GO Specie D32 00 7,848 Legal.lender uotes Redemption fuud with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of circulation) 1.260 '. 104,215 Total... MADILtTIKS 00 8(1 00 00 00 14 GO 00 GO 00 00 80 00 00 21 Capital a ock paid in , .' Undivided Profits, es Kxpenses nnd Taxes paid Natioual (Bank notes outstanding.. Individual doKsits subject to check CertiOodiCheokH ' Surplus fund.. .. $25,000 12,000 1.000 25,000 101,145 Translators' Address This Illblo wont out among tho peo-pl- o with evorythlng In Its favor. The translators In their address to tho readers called It not only "an armour but alo a whole armoury of weapons, both offensive and defensive" "not nn herb but a tree or rather a paradise of trees of life" "a pan-ar- y ot wholesome food against traditions" "a physician's shop of preservatives against poisoned hero files" "a pandect ot profitable laws against rebellious spirits" "n treasury of most costly Jewels against beggarly rudiments" "a fountain of most puro water springing up Into everlasting life." Revision of Other Bibles Though tho title page spcaka of tho King James Ulblo as "newly translated" It was In fact only a revision. Tho translations wore to bo used "when they agreo bettor with the text than the Waliops Illble, Tyndulo's, Cover-dalo'- s, Matthew's, White Church's and tho Geneva." The purposo la expressed In tho hopo that out of "many good ones" they might make "a principal good ono" and the tianio purpose Is seen In the phraso applied to tho now Ulblo, "whatever is Bound already, the sumo will shlno as gold moro brightly being rubbed and polished." Certain It Is that verses and whole chapters may bu found llko those In tho lllblea abovo referred to and oven tho Catholic Bible ot I)ouay. Tho translators worked over all tho materials at hand, compared again and again nnd recompared bringing "back to tho anvil that which wo had hammered." Curious Puzzle in A curious puzzlo Is suggested tho edition ot 1611 from the fact that dlfferont copies have different readings. Kor example in tho book of Huth 3: 15 one copy reads, "Ho went Into tho city" and another reads, "She went Into tho city.'' These first editions are tuerefoiv sometimes called tho Ho and tho Sho Ulblea. Tho puzzlo may be explained by aa- fen-owin lated Into foreign tongues and has exerted its Influence to the onds of tho earth. BAND CONCERT The Band Concert given In the Chapel, Saturday night, tho Hth, was, as always before, ono of tho most interesting programs ot tho year. Tho audienco was unusually largo, many of tho isles being occupied, people oven being seated In the isles of tho gallery. And though the program was very long It kept the attention of tho audience throughout, the conduct boing nil that could bo desired. It is often the case that band music Is more noise than music, but that could not be said of tho numbers on this program. Tho following nuni-iKiwere really enjoyable from tho rs , , x "Moonlight In Dixie," "UlrdB and tho Brook" and "Hearts of Gold." And in tho part, "In Stately Pride" and "Forget-monotTwo ot tho best numbers on tho program wore tho trombono solo by Mr. Jack Warrington, accompanied by Mr. Taylor, and tno flute solo by Mr. Uoggs accompanied by Miss Johns. Tho last number, "From Flre-sld- o to Uattlo Hold,' a reminiscence of tho Civil war, dosorves favorable mention. The rendition of tho national airs In competition, tho ono on tho platform and tho other In tho hall, was very pleasing, and tho tableau at tho end was beautiful and gave a fitting patriotic climax to tho program. Tho only adverse criticism that music-lover- 's stand-point, ." , .is. could bo offered Is that tho program waa not homogeneous. It would have boon bolter It tho Illusionist aud his tricks, while very good for ouo who la not a professional, had been left out altogether. To bouio tho flro arms In tho last number to some extent marred tho program. It was thought that the drums could havo been used to represent tho uattlo scenes effectively enough, duns and pistols do not make very sweet music to some ears, though It must , YOU CAN HOLD UP YOUR BREAD with confidence if you have made it of Cream of 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. Mads by for criticism 00 05 lpnJ!9 PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and curejd 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 FRBSH FISH EVERY THURSDAY Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. 101,245 80 Total.. State of Kentucky, County of Madison, : I, J. L. Gay, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the abov s statement is true to the beat of uiy knowledge aud belief. J. L. Gay, Cashier. Correct Alt it: J. W. Fowler, D. N. Welch, J. W. Welch, Directors Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th day of March, 1011. Notary Public. J. M.-Earl- y, U. B. R.OBERTS, Prop. BEREA ROLLER MILLS Berea ANDREW ISAACS, Prop. Kentucky i Page Six THE CITIZEN her, hnr head still npon hit breast, her eyes closed, her arms fallen to her side. And as Nnthanlol looked Into hor face from which all life seemed to have fled ho forgot everything but tho Joy of this moment-for- got all In llfo but this woman ngalnst his breast. He kissed ber sott mouth nnd tho closed cyea until the eyes thorasclvcs opened ngaln nnd gazed at him In n startled, halt understanding way, until ho drew his head far back with tho sharr.u ot what ho bad dared to do flaming In his face. And as for another moment ho held her thus, feeling tho quivering life returning In her, there came to him through thnt vast forest stillness tho distant thunder ot a great deep-toned March 16, 1911 WHEfira BABY? 7 SERIAL v J STORY CV With a powerful effort she steadied her voice. "Tell Nell that he has been condemned to death. Tell him that If he loves me he will not return to the Island." (torn tho dtstnnco sho saw hit arms stretched llko shadows townrd hor. "And "And I?" How God Answers Prayer By REV. H. PACE DTER Rsctoe ot Eplwniwl CKurrh I The Coinage of Captain Plum Br JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD E (Coortlcbt U bf Mi (not C Ktltoer 1KB by Itobbs-Msrrl- Co.) 8YNOP8I3, I .discovers Cupt. Nathaniel Plum, nt the sloop Typhoon, lands secre lly on Heaver Island. trongnoia oi in mormons, no is suddenly confronted by Obartlah I'rleA an ccentrlc old man and a member at (ho Mormon council, wtio tells him Ui&t lio Is expected. I'rlca Ignores Nat's protestations that lio has got the vrronjc man. and baricatns tor tho ammunition aboard tho loop. lis binds Nat by a solemn oath to deliver a package to Kranklln tierce, president of the United ' BtatM. Near Price's cabin Nat sees the frlgtitoned face of a young woman who disappears In the darkness, leaving an odor of lilacs. It develops that" I'lumV visit to' tho Island Is to demand settlement from the king, Strang, (or the looting of tils ship somo time previously, supposedly by Mormons. Cany, the mate, has been left In charRe of the sloop with orders to bombard tit. James if Nat' docs not return within a certain time, l'rlco Uke Nat In the darkness, to the Mop's home, and through a window lie sees tho kms; and Ms wires, among whom Is the lady of the lilacs, whom Price says Is the seventh wire, rium calls at tho king's office, where lie Is warned by a young woman that his llfo Is In dinger. (Strang receives Plum cordially, professes Indignation when ho hears tho captain's grievance, and promises to punish the guilty. Plum again receives warntnr of his danger, lie rescues Nell, who Is being publicly whipped. Tho king orders Arbor Croclie. flic sheriff and father of Wlnn-omthe girl who warned Nat, to pursue and kill the two men, I'lltm and Ne.II plan to escape on tho Typhoon. Plum learns that Marion, the girl of the lilacs. Is Neil's sister, fine Is not yet married to Strang. Plum suggests carrying her off on the ship. Nell approves. Thoy agree to Include Wlnnspme. with whom Prlco Is In love. In the enterprise. Nat e, that the sloop Is gone. CHAPTER VI Continued. I I o o fa.. j . Ki UI Cfc Oil BE Ki 6I AU Oil UE UK, Cir. 1 in L hor Sat 1 Flo her J. tow M guli I I 1 He would go to tho councilor's. Having onco decided, Nathaniel turned In the direction of tho town, avoiding tho use or the path which ho and Oba-dlahad taken, but following in the forest near enough to use it as a guide. ' Ho was confident that Arbor Crocho and bis sheriffs wore con Quins their man hunt to tho uwnrap. but in eplto of this belief lio exercised extreme caution, stopping to listen now and then, with ono hand always near his ploloL A qulot gloom filled the forest end by tho tree tops ho marked tho going down of tho nun. Nathaniel's ears ached with their strain of listening for tho rumbling roar that would tell of Casey's attack on St, James. Suddenly ho heard a crackling in tho underbrush ahead of him, a sound that came not from tho strain of listening for tho rumbling roar and ia a ho had dodged Into concealment of tho hugo roots of an overturned tree, drawn pistol in band. Whatever object was approaching .came slowly, as if hesitating at each step a cautious, stealthy advance. It struck Nathaniel, as ho cocked bis weapon. Directly In front of him, half a g to no's throw away, was a denso growth of hazel and ho could see tho tops of the blender bushes swaying. Twioe this movement ceased and the second tlmo thcru came a crashing of brush and a fnlnt cry. For many minutes after that liiero was absolute silence. Was it tho cry of an animal that ho had heard or of a man? In cither caso Uic crcaturo who made It bad fallen in tho thicket and was lying there as still as If dead. For a quarter of ait hour Nathaniel waited and listened. He could no longer have seen the movement of buBhcs in the gathering night gloom ot the forest but his ears wcro strained to catch the slightest sound from the direction of the mysterious thing (hat lay within less than a dozen rods of him. Slowly he drew- himself out from the shelter of the roots and advanced step by step. Halt way to the thicket a stick cracked loudly under bis foot and as tho sound startled the dead quiet of tho forest with pistol-sho- t clearness Micro camo another cry from the donue hazel, rt cry which was neither that ot man nor animal but of a woman; and with an answering about Nalhaulel sprang forward to meet there in the edgo ot tho thicket the white faco and outstretched arms ot Marlon. Tho girl was swaying on her feet. In her face thoro was a pallor that even In his instant's Blanco sent ft chill of horror through the man und as alio staggered toward him, half falling, her lips weakly forming IiIh name Nathuulol leaped to her and caught her close In his arms. in that moment something seemed to burst within him and flood his veins with fire. Closer he held tho girl, and heavier no know (hat sho was becom iig In his arms. Her head was upon tits breast, his (ace was crushed In he j-- hnlr. Le felt hor throbbing und bruii'lilng ngalnst him and IiIh llpn quivered with the words that were bursting tor freedom lit bin soul. Hut tlrst there caiao Jie girl' own whl pered breath "Nell whore Is Nell?" "He Is goiio gone from the Island!" She had taconie a dead weight 'now h mo-oio- And co he Ituolt m 'he ground with Her voice was low, so low that ha could hardly hear tho words sho spoke, but Its sweetness thrilled him. "And you If you lovo me will dc this thing for me. Go to Nell. Save his llfo for mo!" She had como to him through the gtoom, and In tho luster of tho eyes Jhat wcro turned up to him Nathaniel saw ngaln tho powor that swayed his gun. whispered closo soul. "That's Casey!" ho "You will go?" down to tho girl's face. Mb volco was "I will snvo your brother If lean!" almost sobbing In Its happiness, " sho breathed. "You can you "That's Casey firing on SU James!' In an ecstasy of can gratitudo sho seized one of his hands In both of her own. CHAPTER VII. "You can savo him!" "For you I will try." The Hour of Vengeance. "For SO seconds attur tho For perhaps She was so close that ho could feel last echoes ot tho gun bad rolled the throbbing of her bosom. Suddenthrough tho forest the girl lay passlvo ly ho lifted his frco band and In Nathaniel's arms, so closo that brushed back tho thick hair from hor he could feel her heart beating against brow and turned her faco until what his own nnd her breath sweeping his dim light thero still romalncd ot tho faco. Then there camo a pressure day glowed In the beauty or her eyes. against hla breast, n gcntlo resistance "I will keep him from the Island If I of Marlon's half conscious form, and can," ho said, looking deep Into them, when she had awakened from her par- "and as there Is a God In heaven ! tial swoon ho was holding hor In tho swear that you" crook of his arm. It bad all passed "What?" she urged, as ho hesitated. quickly, tho girl had rested against "That you shall not marry Strang!" him only so long as ho might havo ho finished. held a dozen breaths and yet thero A cry welled up In tho girl's throat-Wa-s had been all of a lifetime In It for It of gladness? Was It of hopo? Nathaniel Plum, a cycle of Joy that Sho sprang back a pace from Nathan-le- t ho know would remain with him nnd with clenched hands waited Dut thero was something blttor- - breathlessly, as It sho expected him sweet In tho thought that she was con to say more. scious ot what he had done, something "No no you cannot save me from ot humiliation as well as gladness, Strang! Now you must go!" and still not enough ot tho first to She retreated slowly n the direcmako him regret that ho had kissed tion of tho path. In an Instant Naher, that ho had kissed her mouth and thaniel wns at her Bide. her eyes. He loved her, and ho was "I am going to sec you safely back glad that in those passing moments to St, Jamw." he declared. "Then I ho had betrayed himself. For tho first will go to your brother." tlmo he noticed that her faco was Sho barred Ills' way defiantly. scratched and that the alcoves ot her "You cannot go!" thin waist were torn to shreds; and "Why?" as sho drew away from him, steadying "Because " He caught tho frighten- arm, bis herself with a hand on his lips were parched of words, and yet ho leaned to her eagerly, everything that ho would have said burning In tho love ot his eyes. Still Irresolute In her falntness tho girl smiled at him, and in that smile there was gcntlo accusation, the sweetness of forgiveness, nnd measureless gratitude, and it was yet light enough for blm to sco thnt with these there had come also a flush Into her checks nnd a daz- zUng glow Into her eyes. "Nell has escaped!" she breathed. "And you " "I was going back to you, Marlon!" Ho spoke tho words hardly above a whisper. The beautiful eyes so closo drew his secret from blm before ho had thought. "I nm going to tnko you from the Island!" With his words thero camo again thnt sound ot a great gun rolling from tho direction of St. James. With a frightened cry tho girl Btaggcred to her feet, and as sho stood swaying unsteadily, her arms Tialf reached to him, Nathaniel saw only mortal dread "I Am Going to Take You From the Island." In tho whiteness of her faco. "Why didn't you go? Why didn't cd flutter of her voice cgatn. "Beyou go with Nell?" sho moaned. Her cause they will kill you!" Tho low laugh that ho breathed In breath was coming in sobbing excite ment. "Your ship is at St, James!" ber hair was more of Joy than fear. "I am glad you care Marlon." Urn "Yob. my ship is at St. James, Ma rion!" Ills volco was tremulous with spoke her namo with faltering tendertriumph, with gladness, with n ten- ness, and led her out Into the path. "You must go," sho still persisted. derness which he could not control. "With you yes," ho answered. Ho put an arm half round her waist (TO HE CONTINUED.) to support her trembling form and to his Joy she did not movo nway from Officers Must Wear Mustache. him. Ills hand was burled In tbo Some of tho cavalry subalterns nt richness of her loose balr. Ho bent until his lips touched her silken Aldersbot are smitten In a tender tresses. "Nell has told mo everything place by tho enforcement ot the orabout you," ho added softly. "My der that all officers must wear a musship is bombarding St. James, and I tache. Tbo regulation on tho oubjoct am going to take you from tho Is is explicit and dates from the time of Queen Victoria. It reads as folland!" Not until then did Marion tree her- lows: "Tho hair of the head will be kept self from his arm and thon so gently will be that when she stood facing blm he felt short. Tho chin and underllp Whisklip. no reproof. No longer did shame shaved, but not the upper of modernto send n flush Into his face. He had ers If worn will be spoken his love, though not In words. length." fad for shaving the upper lip and he knew that the girl understood Is Thespecialty ot cavalry subalterns, a htm. It did not occur to him In theso moments that ho had known this girl who wish to distinguish themselves othor branches for only a few hours, that until now a from their comrades of Marshal word had never passed between them. ot tho service. Field calling He wns conscious only that ho had Grenfcll had to issue on order when ho loved her from the tlmo ho saw her attention to tho regulation through tho king's window, that he was in command In Ireland. Tho regulation aims entirely at mainbad risked his life for hr, and that taining a smart appcaranco and sho know why he hnd leaped Into the dates from shortly aftor tno Crimean arena at the whipping post, war, when Queen Victoria objected to Tho words she spoke now came like her soldiers wearing beards, lu the a dash ot cold water In his face. navy tbu rulo Is that an offlcer must "Your ship Is not bombarding St full Captain Plum!" she oxclnlmcd. bo cither clean shaven or wear "a James, set." London Dally Mall. Darkness hid tho terror In her face, but he could hear tho trcmblu ot It In Why Doctors Bear Charmed Lives. her volco. "Tho Typhoon has been Tho reason doctors do not catch discaptured by tho Mormons and those guus are guns of triumph and ease Is becauso thoy never think about preShe caught her breath In a It. Thoy very seldom tako any Imcautions to secure this atunzlng convulsive sob. "I want you to go beyond, perhaps, a cold sponge I want you to go with Nell!" Bhe munity, bath regularly, smoking, a pinch ot pleaded. snuff, gargling tho throat with some "Bo Casey Is taken!" dlslntectaut, or wnshlng Do spoke slowly, as If he had not uolutlon heard her lust words. For a moment their hands In an uneeptlcto a patient. aud after attending he stood ullont, and as silently the girl stood and watched him. She A doctor may carry disease from one guessed the despair that was raging house to another without contracting In his heart, but when he spoke to b?r It himself. An army surgeon hud to with n terrible outshe could detect nono ot It lu his cope break ot ubolera, Whon the rush wua voice, "Casey is a fool," ho said, uncon- over, tho medical man. absolutely exsciously repeating Obadlah's words. hausted sank onto a bed which a short "Marlon, will you como with mo? Will time previously bad been occuplod by you leave the Island und Jolr our a bad cholera cato and slept for 43 hours. Yet he did not contract the combrother?" Tho hopo that had rlseu In his heart plaint, although bu had taken uo measures. Ho slmpl didn't was crushed as Marlon drew farther ihlc'i about U And Uuk U the wool away from him. "You must go alone," sho replied. sectct. you" Aeulon, rhlldlpM si SMALL TRAP BAGS RABBITS Lit- Many Doys Use Device Shown In Illus- tration to Capture the Festive tle Cottontail. mo" Hoys living In places whom rabbits nro to bo found nro having gay times slnco tho snow fell trapping tho cunning cottontail. Tho device vscil Is a small box nbout three feet long with a drop door suspended and resting In (lly KlJlll.'NCK MAY.) grooves. An ordinary stick connects Why ilon't n henr imr baby's voles tho door with a trigger hold In plnca thruush the hall? by another Y shaped stick. The trig Or re him spin his new red top. or gayiy tcum liln ualI7 ger has a notch cut In it and extended Into tho trap from a small holo cut In Well, I'm not sure, but I think the top of tho box. Insldo of tho trap Thnt should wi slyly and back of the trigger Is placed nn Into hl ilalnly little crib. car of corn, lluntile noses around to We'd Und our pvt asleep. find something to eat, loosens the trigger nnd the door drops. Tho rabbit HOW TO MANUFACTURE PAPER lri Why should wo pray? Many Intelligent peoplo say we should not pray and thoy give roasons for so believing. Hut oven so, when thuro tomes Into their llfo somo serious Illness, or some approaching disaster, or tho faring of death, almost all of them fait to prayer. Kven Infidels nnd agnostics and atheists have been known to turn to God nt such a tlmo; they hnvo ceased to rely upon their ntholsm or agnosticism nnd havo felt tho God thoy had denied to ho their only help In their tlmo of need. One such In his extremity, who was not willing to break wholly with his denial of God, cried out an ho was lying, "O God. If thoro lie a God. savo my soul, If I havo a soul." If ono were to nek us why we should pray we could glvo many answers. If we believe In a God at nil (and nlmost everybody docs), wo roallro his powor and our dependence, and, therefore, tho noed of prayer. If ho can help us (omnipotent) and knows how to holp us (omniscient) and wants to holp us then thero Is only left tho need of our request or prayer. kind, of uvory Kvery religion heathon. pagan, superstitious, Jewish. Christian, docs pray. If. therefore, we fall U pray wo nro putting our Judgment against every rollglon past nnd present known to man, nnd also agnlnst tho Instinct of every race, black, white, yellow, savage. lld or civilized. This seems to bo a rush position to take and we would not think of taking such a stand In any matter other than our relationship to God. And If there be nn Intelligent and loving delay. It Is not very polite or courteous not to speak to him at times. This speaking to him should Include adoration nnd We would thanks, as well as not so neglect a merely human frirnd. Hut If wo Uo prny, how don God answer us? Wo find men hold two dlverve theories ns to this. One Is That God Bends his answer directly and not through nn from heaven agent. Hut this Is surely contrary to our universal experience. In our secular llfo every good nnd perfect gift comes from God nlonn. hut always through somo ono elw. Our money comes from God, but through dealings with men; our clothing comes from (Sod. but through dealings with an Importer, merchant or tailor. In our physical llfo our birth, development, euro nnd nourishment alt como from God. but through our mother, exercise, doctor and food. I said this at a mission and challenged any ono to Und an exception. Tho only thing they could suggest was a fanner's prayer for rain, which camo. Hut this Involved clouds and baro- Some Interesting Facts as to Its Origin and Materials It is Made of Its Many Uses. We derlro tho word paper from the papynis, the namo of an Kgyp-tlaplant, from which the ancients made a very desirable material for writing. Almost every species of tough, fibrous vegetable has at ono tlmo or another been employed In the manufacture of paper liven tho roots and the bark ot trees, .stalks of tho nettle, tho common thistle, the stem of the hollyhock, hay, straw, cubbngc stalks, willow, sawdust and wood shav ings have all been used. In the library of the Ilritlsh Museum then) Is a book, printed In low t Dutch, thnt contains no loss than specimens of paper, nit made of n fifty-elgh- o- - --- k j for-ove- r. Trap Baited. Is thon neatly trapped without being injured ami tho young ttnpper can capture the hare alive. "I've caught six rabbits this winter." says? a boy living near tho city of Chicago. "I ate ono Christmas day, but tbu other tlvo I'm keeping for pets. At first they were badly scared, but a couple of them havo grown tamo now and I am going to keep them until next summer nnd then ralsu some young ones. "I hnvo four traps set, one n double one. I can always tell when there is n prisoner in the trap without looking Insldo. The frost around tho trigger holo on top of tho trap will bo melted with tho rabbit a breath. Sometimes tbo trap Is sprung either by the wind or by birds lighting on the crossbar. It's tough to And tho door down and nothing Inside. "Two years ago, when I was living In tbo country near Springfield, 111., 1 to-hl- Trap Sprung. hml n ftinnv tlmo ono morning while making tho rounds of ray traps. In ono 1 found tho door down aud thought I had a rabbit. I raised tho door cautiously and wns Just going to stick my hand insldo when I saw it wasn't a rabbit, but some other big and woolly animal. I was scared and rushed back for my father. It didn't take him long sum. to discover that I had trapped an oposAfter that I was more careful about sticking my baro head Into the trap. It Is a lot easier to catch rabbits after a snowfall. I always watch for their paths along a fence or ravine and then put tbo trap rignt in me runway. Any boy can mako a trap with a few boards, somo nails and a ham mer." BOY BEATS SYSTEM entirely different materials, tho result of ouu man's experiments as far back as 1772. Whatever the material used, the paper making process Is the same'. Tho rags, bark or fibres must first be made Into a smooth pulp, tho pulp Is put Into the paper machine, and in a short time is converted into paper The rice paper of the Chinese Is not made ot rice. Tho name In a mlsuomer that originated in n mistake. Hlce paer is really the pith ot a water-plan- t known to botanists as the aralla papyrlfcni. Thu plant grows, usually, to a height of twenty-livfeet, lly means of a long. thin, very sharp knife, Uie pith is cut arouud and around from the outsldo towurds the center. Tho largest shcots that ran bo obtained In this way are nbout fifteen Inches In length and about ten Inches in width. These shcots of pith have a commercial value in China, for there they arc. UM'd In tbo manufacture of many useful and ornamental articles. As soon as tho sheets are cut they are spread out. all little holes In them aro carcfuly mendctl with bits of mien, nnd they nro then made flat by pres sure. Tho small, Inferior sheets are brilliantly dyed, nnd then sold In (lower manufacturers. On tho largo sheets native artists paint quaint, brlgbt-huepictures of Iniwcti. birds and flowers, and find a ready mnrkot for them, both at homo and abroad. It would be next to Impossible to tell of all the ways In which It is to use paper. We nro told that It takes but twenty-nlnhours to convert linen fibre Into a paper carwheel. Tho wheel Is composed entirely of paper rings, which, when piled loosely, stack as high as the shoulders of a man of averago height. Those rings, under treatment, elnk to tbo thickness desired, and are then securely fastened by means of bolts, und a steel tire Is put on them. In Itussla and Germany paper havo already been tisvd to somo extent, and have given satisfaction. Knthuslastlc paier manufacturers tell us that paper houses, paper furniture ot every description nnd paper clothing of every kind will be In uso in the near future. d car-rail- s OF BANK metric pressure and oceans and forests and may mcteorulgleal agents. The second and truo theory Is that Ho alone God nnswers our prayers can, but always through somo agency As this Is true in our secular and physical life, so it Is true In our spiritual lite. Ah wu got our physical llfo from God through our mother, so we get our Chrlstlnn llfo from God through baptism. As wo got our physical strength from God through exercise, so we get our spiritual strength from God through confirmation. As wo get our God nourishment'1 from spiritual through bread, meat, etc., so we get our spiritual nourishment from Cod through holy communion. As we get our phyhlcal cure from God through the doctor and medicine, so we get our spiritual cure from God through penance. This law Is so universal and so simple that we would never think of doubting It If it were not for our religious prejudices. What aro some of those agencies which Cod uses? The four fundnmcn of birth, strength, food, BUGLE CALLS IN MEGAPHONE tal needs supplied euro are as r.bovu. There are many Incidental and subsidiary Sound Carries Two or Three Times as needs all supplied by God but througK1 Far as In Ordinary Way Passed agencies. From Point to Point. Tho megaphnno ns an adjunct to the Restored In Christ. bugle, Is becoming Increasingly ImporOur I,ord onco encountered a mnn blown who had a withered hand. In spltn of tant In army life. Bugle-calltly captious questioning of the Jows, or perhaps In order to iticnce It, Christ, at the dlctato of hla own merciful heart, said to tho aflllcted man, stretch forth thlno hand! And when he stretched It forth It was restored whole. The moral Is evident In society thero aro 'many palsied hands atrophied powers or unused faculties needing to bo restored to full duty as social mlnlstrants. There ts only one way to accomplish this result use what little power Is left In stretching forth the Imperfoct faculty In the direction of Jesus Christ, Bugle-Call- s Through Megaphones. who ran endue It with fuller life and through a megaphone carry two or potency. If In your llfo there Is any times the distance of such a call loss of einclenny, any withered hand, three b.own In the ordinary way. At the west- put It at once Into working condition, ern army posts, where tho sending through Christ's grace, In the line of of bugle calls to distant points Is often duty. desired, megaphones and bugles are situated at points about a mile apart, Power of Faith. and the calls are passed from point to No matter what your temperament point. may be, you can develop your power t. of falth.Hev, 8 Cadman. Her Idea of Christening. Drooklyn, New YorkA little girl whose father was an M, D. was told that she was going to Don't overlook the tact that mom bo christened the following Sunday. than ability Is required to mate Soon after sho nsked her mother 11 wealth, tu qualify you to dlapunso 1L she must be chloroforuvd rat. s n Cleveland Lad Evolves Unique Scheme to Get Around nigld rtuies ana Deposit Half Dollar. not" well-know- 'o-for- o slnglo-handc- This Is the story of tho boy, tho bank nnd tho system. The bov camo Into the bank nnd with his bank book laid a on the receiving teller's window. "Wo don't recelvo deposits ot less than a dollar," said the teller. Tho boy yielded reluctantly to tho system and drow back. Hut be did not leavo tho bank, 'He crossed tho corridor and seated himself on n settee. The teller noticed him sitting there, and also noticed the reflective look on his face. Tho boy waited for some tlmo, thinking It over. Finally ho arose nnd went to tho paying toller's window, A. moment later he confronted tho re ceiving teller. "I want to deposit this dollar and a half," ho said. Tho teller grinned. The boy had Just drawn a dollar from his little balance and was using It as an entering wedge for the re halt-dolla- r l. Congro-rationalis- Jccted And so tho system was beaten by Iho boy and a considerable accession jf bookkecplug labor wan the price of "' ' half-dolla- leftat. 11 March 16, 1911 THE CITIZEN FEED HOPPER FOR POULTRY Page Seven ' EEEEE1FI POULTRY EXCELLENT MATERIALS FOR Device Shown In Illustration Will Hold Several Day' Supply Will De Found Handy. GOOD ROAD CONSTRUCTION 1855 Benefits Derived From Clay Snnd Highways Should Prove Incentive for a Moro General and Careful Study of Subject. mA Berea College Over 64 instructors, 1365 students from 27 states. Largest college library in Kentucky. NO SALOONS. 1910 Hy W. U Bt'OON.) sandy soils as In clay soils, and thereTho mixing of sand nnd clay an a fore need not be so carefully guarded ng.ilnBt. Nevertheless, If any indicaform of road construction has received careful study and Is of great Im- tions of these springs are found, preportance, especially to tho Atlantic cautions should bo taken to conduct and Qulf , states, whero throughout the water to the side ditches by somo large areas sand and clay am prac- form of undcrdralnngc. tically tho only materials available for When Iho drnlnage has been propA covered coop or yard Is advisable erly provided, tho roadbed Bhould bo on most farms for raising young road building. It may safely bo said that the con- brought to n crown. It has been rhlcks. Tho Ions tlirough depredastruction of sand-clation by crows, hawks, cats ami other roads had pass- found moro economical to crown first ed tho experimental stage. Jt bns n section of the road nearest the enemies In very large, nnd moit of been proved that they nro well adaptthis con bo avoided by raising tho ed for light traffic, and aro lcsn noisy, ehlclu In well protected coon or less dusty, and moro resilient thnn yard, say Farm nnd Homo. tho average macadam road. Kvcn tinA yard that will give sulllrtnnt proder heavy tralflo they havo proved to Cross Section 8howlng Lumps of Clay tection should bo Inclosed on sides n great extent satisfactory. on Sand Subsoil and Covered With There and top. Tho flrit throe feet of are sand-claroads In tho Houth AtSand. should 1kj of inert), tho lantic and Gulf states over which Blanco of Either this netheavy loads of cotton nnd other farm source of tho clay. Tho first load of ting or a board lion Id bo burled sov-ra- t products aro hauled throughout tho clay is dumped on this prcpnred secInch oh In tho ground, no that year with but little resulting dam-ag- tion at the point nearest tho clay bed, Feed Hopper for Poultry. akunka cannot dig under. In n yard When the cheapness of this kind ench succeeding load thus being haul20x10 100 chicks may bo' raised until width desired for tho hopper, to of construction Is considered, It will ed over tho preceding. Caro should largo enough to take care of themtheso nro nailed boards to make an be seen that for ccrtnln localities nt bo taken to spread each separately selves. open tray at tho bottom, with the baland ovenly as soon as It has been deWhere, brooders and Individual ance of hopper Inclosed. Tho feed least It Is prcfcrablo to macadam. In all forms of rood construction tho posited and before it Is driven over. homes aro used a small covered yard plnced In tho top will automatically most Important consideration Is that After spreading tho clay It should should bo attached to each house and replace that In tho tray, as fast as of drainage. If natural drnlnago crocs bo covered with a layer of clean snnd. tho tray Is emptied. The tray should not be too wldo, about a two and one-haInch spaco Is ample; then tho hens cannot spoil the grain by stand-lulu tho tray. Cross Section of Road, Showing Clay Cover on Deep Sand Subsoil. net-tinono-tncy two-Inclf Where It la desired to keep the feed boforo tho poultry, or any grlta or shell, tho hopper shown In Illustration will bo of value, as this may ho built to hold several days' supply, saya Homestead. Dy constructing partitions Insldo same, several kinds PROTECT THE YOUNG CHICKS of feed may bo fed from the same hopper. Tho aldea nre conatructcd In tho Lou Through Depredation by Crow, mnnner shown; cutting same from a Hawks, CaU and Other Enemlea board, that Is tho same width aa the May Da Avoided. FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS, Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of IL A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject. So many classes that each student can be placed with others lik himself, where he can make most rapid progress. Which Department Will You Enter? THE MODEL 8CHOOLS for those least advanced. 8am lectUT. library and general advantages as for more advanced students. Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way. Drawing, Smginf, Bible, Handwork, Lessons In Farm and Household Management, eta. Frse text books. TRADE COUR8EB for any who have finished fifth grade (fraction and compound numbers), Brickwork, Farm Management, Printing, Woodwork. Nursing, Dressmaking, Household MfnagomenL "Learn and Earn." ACADEMY, REGULAR COURSE, 2 years, for those who bar largely t finished common branches. The most practical and interesting studies a young person for an honorable and useful life. CHOICE OF 8TUDIES Is offered In this course) so that s young mar may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady la Home Sclenoe. ACADEMY, COMMERCIAL, 1 year or 2 years to fit for business. Ere, a part of this course, as fall and winter terms. Is very profitable. Small, extra fees. ACADEMY, PREPARATORY, 2, S and 4 year courses, wlU Lathi, German, Algebra, History, Science, etc, fitting for college. COLLEGIATE, 4 years. Literary, Scientific and Classical courses, wltfc use of laboratories, scientific apparatus, and all modora methods. Tho to-fi- Individual Coop and Covered Yard. GREEN FOODS FOR CHICKENS When Scarce or Difficult to Obtain It Is Wise to Allow None of Feed to Go to Waste. When green food is scarco or dim-cuto obtain It pays to plan so mo way to prevent Its being wastod. Cut two pieces for the ends of a box, each twenty-fou- r Inches long, getting proper curve by using a compass. Mako tho back of the holder of thlu boards Inches four feet long and twenty-fou- r wide, nnd nail ono end In place, hlng- lt tho saino dovlco should bo adopted (or Individual coops. Moko tho framework of furring strips 1x2 Inches and C to 8 feet long. Cover tho sides with Inch mesh netting 18 Inches high. Put n rldgo pole In Iho center, to that you can set board shutters Hgnlnst them. Theso may bo raado of half-Incboards and will give needed shade, as well as protection from storms. This yard should bo permanently attached to tho coops. After tho chicks arc old enough to caro for themselves, let them out during tho day by raising up ouo end, and after tboy go In at night they aro easily hut up. It Is only ten seconds' work to movo the coop dally two feet onto fresh grass. POLLUTION CAUSE OF DISEASE Too Many Fowl Ground sure for Year Without Change of Should Be Divided. Kept pn One Enclo- Nearly every poultry raiser keeps too many fowla In a limited area of ground. It la a common circumstance to hear of soma person having good auccess with poultry for a few years, whon all at once things begin to go wrong and tho person loses faith In tho Industry. Chickens dlo by tho dozens, and those that remain nllvo fall to yield a profit. Tho cause of all tho trouble seems to bo hidden, yet It Is not far to find, right In the ground of the poultry yard. Fifty or a hundred or moro chicks or any other domestic animals, kept In ono enclosure for a year without change, will polluto their surroundings. This Is true even with healthy fowls, and where dlseaso breaks out It Is much moro true. Tho pollution extends, ns n rylo, not only to tho grounds, but to tho poultry house ns well. It Is often Impossible or difficult to purify tho house. Tho result Is that polron or dlrcaso become deep seated In the surroundings and stringent method must bo resorted to In order to crndlcato them. It Is oasy, or at least possible, to clean and purify almost nny poultry house nnd make It fit for continued habitation of fowls without having to chango them to other quarters. It Is not so easy with yards nml grounds. Tho polton Is so deeply absorbed by them that It requires months to roinovo It, Tho Immediate grounds around a poultry houso rccelvo tho must pollution. Tho giounds further away receive less. For this reason, tho grounds Immediately ndjacent to tho poultry houto should bo divided by fenco Into at least two parts nnd cuch part cultivated In aomo crop every altornato year, with all poultry kept from It during tho season of cultivation. This will allow much of dlseaso and other posts to dlo out for want of anything to feed on, and much of pollution nnd poison will he consumed through physical and chemlcnl action In tho toll. If tho ground Is plowed dcoply some, of them will bo burlod so deeply thnt they will nover co mo t HQ' Saves Green Feed. lng tho other end and using small straps of leather to hold It shut Cover tho holder with coarso mesh wire netting and hang It In a convenient place high enough so that the fowls cannot roost on It, yet so that they can feed from It readily. Uso hangers of wood, tin or leather. This box will enable tho fowls ' to pick at the green stuff, whether it is clover, grass or chopped cabbage, without danger of tho mass becoming soiled or destroyed by the chickens scratching In It. Geese More Profitable. Oeeso will undoubtedly prove not exist, artlflclal methods must be When the road has been opened to used. The best natural dralnngo is traffic a sufficient nmount of E.ind usually found upon a Iooso grnvol or should be added from tlmo to timo to n sandy soil, especially when the keep tho surface smooth nnd prevent grndo of the road Is somewhat above Uie formation of mud. Hoth the thickthe surrounding country. If tho land ness and tho width or the layer of clay Is dry and tho sand deep enough to to bo spread nro determined by tho absorb quickly even tho henvlst volumo nnd character of t raffle which rains, no special attention need bo giv- tho road Is to sustain. en to drainage other than to provide tho proper crown to tho surface of Cost of Raising Stock. the finished road to divert tho water The cost of raising calves and pigs re- from birth to maturity is discussed from It. Frequently, Jn gions, the country .Is so low and level briefly by tho ofllco of experiment stathat tho surface of tho road Is likely tion, In Farmers' Bulletin No. 202, to be kept continually wet from seep- along with a number of other short age. If this condition has to bo met, "government experiments." farm it Is necessary to dig wldo ditches on Somo dozen Instances are recorded of each side of the roadbed and ralso the raising animals along tho varied lines grade so that tho crown of tho road advocated by different growers, of will be sufficiently high to sbed water which nccurato account has been kept. thoroughly beforo hauling any clay At the Storrs (Connecticut station) upon It. eight calves gained on an average of It Is very Important that no stumpo 1.31 pounds per day. On tho basts of or branches of trees or other matter tho recorded data of various tents the subject to decay should be overlooked estimated cost of raising a calf until and left- - In tho roadbed, as at such two years old Is 33.20, with the prevailing prices of feeding stuff in Con2 necticut. ites In some cxtcnslvo experiments with pig feeding It was calculated that on Cross Section of Road, Showing Dis- nu average It took 2.77 pounds of diplacement of Lump of Clay When gestible nutrient at n cost of 3.12 Subjected to Travel. rents to produco a pound of gain with points weak places are euro to be de- pigs from birth to maturity. veloped In tho course of time. Although natural drainage is much betCultivate Poultry Runs. Fresh turned earth has great powter on sandy subsoils than on clay, In clay districts the conformation of tho ers of absorption of filth and the cul country Is more likely to bo of an un- tivatlng of tho poultry runs Is ndvls-nblKvcn if your space Is small for dulating or rolling character, thus furnishing a natural watershed. Tem- runs, by frequent turning of the soil porary or "wet weather" you aro assured of sanitary conditions springs aro not so lMicly to occur In If yon do It. tide-watd highest educational standards. courses fit for the profession of teaching. First' NORMAL, 3 and year, parallel to 8th grade Model Schools, enables one to got a. certificate. Following years' (winter and spring terms) give tho Information, culture and training necessary for a truo teacher, and cover branches nec sary for State certificate. , MUSIC, Singing (free). Hood Organ, Voice Culture, Mano, Theory, Band, may be taken as an extra in connection with any courao. Small extra first-class fees. Expenses, Regulations Opening Days. Berea College Is not a money-makinInstitution. All tho money received from students is paid out for their benefit, and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pay In. This great deficit Is mado up by the gifts of Christian and patrtotlo people who are supporting Berea In order that It may train young msa and women for lives of usefulness, OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protest tho character and reputation of tho young people. Our students corns from the best families and are earnest to dowell and Improve, For any who may bo sick the College provides' doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Berea Uvo in Collec buildings, and assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except (n winter It Is expected that all will bars a chase to ears a part of task ssv penses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our cllmato Is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps g o. DEVICE FOR KEEPING RECORD and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes, are necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas aa4 otner necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College ask no real for tho fine buildings In which students live, charging only enough root rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week Is the fall, and $1.50 In winter. For room, furnlshod, fuol, lights, wash, lng of bedding, 40 cents a wook In fall and spring, CO oonts In winter. SCHOOL FEES aro two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return of room, key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and la roturned when tho student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school build. Ings, hospital library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teaehors all our Instruction Is a freo gift). Tho Incidental Feo for mosi students Is $6.00 a term, $G In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In Collo-gla- to courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental feo and room ront b tho term, board by tho half term. Installments aro as follows: , FALL Model School $ 5.00 6.60 9.45 120.05 3.45 ' $23.50 $29.00 5.00 moro profitable than chickens or turkeys, considering tho amount of tho cost of feed and labor, for they do not rcqulro near so much euro and attention as fowls and tho feed Is a small consideration, for their principal food la grass, weeds, clover, nlfnlfa and such. Vocational, Normal and academy $ 6.00 5.60 3.45 $21.05 9.45 $30.50 College $ 7.D0 Incidental Fee Hoom Board, 7 weeks Amount duo Sept 14, 1310 Hoard for 7 weeks, duo Nov. 2, 1910.. 6.S0 9.4J $22.0 9.4 $31.5& Total for term If paid In advance WINTER Incidental Fee Room Joard, 6 weeks $30.00 3 6.00 9.00 $21.00 9.00 $30.00 I31.0C $ 7.01 6.01 9.0 $22.00 9.01 $31.0 $30.58 $ 7.01 4.0C to light. Cultivation, aeration and tho growth of plants In the soli all havo it general tendency to soil purification from the point of vlow of animal sanitation. Poultry grounds on tho average farm viero there U an abundance of freo rango ran be kept comparatively fresh by always feeding tho fowls away from the poultry house. They will feed and rango In other places If no InduccmentH aro placed at or near tho bouse. Then they will uso the bouse only for roosting aud laying purposes and the natural dally pollution will bo carried far awuy. Eperclse for Fowls. Rather than pamper your fowla with too much rich food, see that they get plenty of exercise In procuring what they do eat. I orate poultry houses. Too highly stimulating food Is apt to cnuso liver troubles. Hed beets, cither cooked or raw, aro excellent for fowls. Tho hest preventives for mites aro cleanliness nnd sunlight. tlecso should hnvo access to grocn forage as early as possible. Having chosen your incubator, study tho book of directions and follow It carefully. Food rich In carhohydrntes tends to tho production of fat, and fat hens aro not tho best of Inycrs. It la very bad policy to feed the hens nothing but corn; but It Is being done by many. Feed a variety. Tim trap neat Is the only dovlco that will pick tho laying from tho hens with absolute certainty. Tho waste from the barn floor, corn sheller, hay yards, etc., mako excellent scratching material for poultry. For all, tho production of eggs Is an ; Important object lu for ttio great number of peoplo It I tho main object-For tho chickens alone you will find a feed mill pay, but it Is a wiser plan to buy ono largo enough to handle feed for all stock. To produco fertile, hatchable eggs that will bring forth vigorous, llvablo chicks wo must have healthy, vigor ous, breeding stock. poultry-keeping- Ilulky food serves to promote digestion and health. A ration rich In carbon will produce too much fat. It Is not necessary to build elab- $00 $20.00 Amount due Jan. 4, 1911 9.00 Board for 6 weeks, die Feb. 15, 1911. Total for term If paid In advance $29.00 $?B.50 $ C.OO $29.50 $ 6.00 4.00 6.75 $16.75 ' SPRING Incidental Fee Itoom Board, C weeks 00 6.75 $15.75 6.75 6.71 $17.71 6.7C Amount due March 29, 1311 Beard for 5 weeks, due Jlay 3, 1941.. t.75 non-layin- g Tho accompanying lino drawing represents tho method of J. 11. Hint's, an eastern dairyman, of keeping records of tho dairy herd, saya tho Onuigo Judd. Farmer. It Is a very simple apparatus. Tho roller la a round cylln-le- r of wood, Into which Is inserted an Upon tho cylinder is Iron handle. wrapped tlio sheet of paper upon which tho records of the cows nru kept. This may bo a plain sheet of paper, when put on tho cylinder, i After placiug the cylinder In tho box, by revolving the cylinder and holding u pencil against tho paper. It will make a straight lino around tho cylinder. Tho horizontal Hues can bo made with a pencil by tho edge of tho opening In tho box In the illustraus a straight edge. tion tho strip of puper which Is placed on the box Just below the opening through which the cylinder uppcarB 0011101111 the names of tho cows. These names aro opposite the columns on the roll whero their record Is kept. A slight Improvement might be made to us-lu- g thin outfit by placing tho strip of pa per containing the tiauio ahou the cylinder opening Instead of below, siuce it will bo easier thus to keep tlio records clean, both on tho roll and on the strip of paper. This device can bo made at homu and at a very low cost. Soft Wood 'cr Tie. On account of tlx nearclty of oak, chestnut nnd other iiil wood timber commonly used for railroad ties, railroads have been successfully using tho softer woods, which hnvo been treated with chemicals such as creosote, rluc, chloride, etc. Preservative treatment can make a beech, red oak or pine tlo outlast a white oak tie. The use of screw spikes Instead of nail spikes enables the soft wood to resist tho strain and hold tho rails In place. The use of soft wood Is likely to Improve the market for tboke grades of timber suitable for the $23.5o J23.50 .$24.51 Total for term 3.00 $24.01 $23.00 If paid In advance REFUNDING. Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows: (No al'owance for frac- tion of a week.) On board, lefund In full. On room and "Special Expenses," there Is a large loss occasioned by vacant rooms or depleted cInBsea, and the Institution will refund of the amount which the student has paid for tho remaining only one-haweeks of tho term. On Incidental Fee, students excused beforo tho middle of a term will rethe incidental too paid, which certificate) will ceive a certificate for one-ha-lf be received as cash by llerea Collego on payment of term bills by the ett dent In person, or u brother or sister, if presented within four terms. The first day or Fall term Is September 14, 1910. The first day of Winter term Is January 4, 1911. The first day of Spring? term It March 29, 1911. Jlor Information or frleudly advice, write to the Secretary, WILL C. GAMBLE, BEREA. KENTUCKY. Page Eight. HoKonooHonoHOHOHOHowonoonoonoonoHOHOHOHOHOoono THE CITIZEN. CAPT, H06S0N IN IEREA Continued from Art I March 6, j jii.i. 1 CONCERT AT KIRKSVILLE I East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Ho It i)t correir4c fttlliard etlcu iltttd lot publication, bat 1 la (all as erUenet I; of good fctth. It n HH r. lit nn Wilu plainly. oiioitOltOltOttonoKOItOKOIIOttOltOKOoMoMottoMOMOMoMOiloMollOMoMolt Charley Itadcr has been sick for tho past week. Poopio aro now begin- announce tho We are authorlrcd to nlng to prcparo farming. Corn 's candidacy of Dr. J. A. Mahaffey, of very scarce In for this vicinity and Is Sturgeon, Ky., for Iteprcsentatlve of selling at 75 cents per bushel. Mrs. tha 71st district, subject to the ac Rosa Beasley has returned homo from tion of tho Republican party. Richmond whero sho has been soiling books. FOR REPRESENTATIVE JACKSON COUNTY I f Rockford, March 13. Mr. and Mrs. James Gulnn visited J. W, Todd and family, Sunday evening. Sunday School at Scaffold Cane Is proo gressing nicely. Miss Nannie visited her aunt, Mrs. Nancy President Rich, from Saturday till Sunday. of agrlculturo In tho South and be Mrs. Florenco Parker and daughter gan his address by telling how ho aro preparing to go to Richmond In fine carried agricultural experts through a row days. Wesley Bullen accident his district In Alabama, nnd how tho ally dropped a pott on his foot reSouth In general Is taking to sclentlf cently, breaking ono of his toes. Ic farming. Wo havo a now mall carrier, Walter ready-mad- e From Industrialism ho drilled eust food Richmond. J. M. Bullen and James ly into tho causes of war, mentioning Gulnn aro putting up quite a lot of comfour, tho control of vital territory, wlro fenco upon their farms. Bretlo bake-da- y competition In trade and commerce and Bernlco Todd, Myrtle McCollum race antagonism nnd the Iocs of lo nnd John T. Stephens visited Miss KOTAL COOK BOOK (00 RECEIPTS FREE In our western ml Bculah Vlars, Sunday C. II. Todd Send Name and Address. states. He showed that theso four of Dripping Springs visited his MMa rowpta CO fttw VO, conditions now exist and that un parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Todd, Sat less they nro relieved, war with tho urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. nations of Western Asia Is very prob Slgmon and family were the guests CI.OVElt BOTTOM. Clover Bottom, Mar; VS. J. It. Dur- of W. C. Vlars and family. Sunday. tho work and is doing much good In sick. Mr. and Mrs. B. Hubbard left nlilo within n few years. Captain Hobson Is not a prophet Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCollum havo thf- - Christian cause. Wo hopo tho a fow days ago for Texas whero they ham paid II. N. Dean a visit last good work may contlnuo and that oxcct to live. II. L. Stowo was In of war but un advocate of eaco, but Saturday. M. G. Cruse, our constable, moved onto Frank Sim's farm. maty may bo led to repentanco and tho mountains last week on business. lie shows that ponco can only bo served 36 civil warrants last WednesIMSl'tlTANTA Mr. and Mrs. Stovo Halcomb wcn. malimitu-at present by preparation that they may get right with God. day from S. A. Engle's court. II. Dlsputanta, Mar. 11. Elmer Anglln visitors on Copper Creek last Sunday. tor war, nnd It Is hard to see, when Isaacs of Dean la sick. Andrew PERRY COUNTY very sick. Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Don't forget tho Baptist Sunday listening to him, anythug but luimlUiv Lucy, Ky., visited friends on Clover IIVCKIIOIIN Swlnford and family and Mrs. Hamp school at 2:30 o'clock. Chnl nt 10 tlon nwnltlng our nation In tho event Bottont last Sunday. There Is an exton of Big Hill visited Buckhorn, Mar. 11. Theru has been o'clock. Everybody Invited. Hamof wur lu our present unproared This Particular Brand cellent prospect In this county this mond's, Sunday. Old at W. A. Grandpa Swln- - n big tide In tho Middle Fork river state. Ho showed how vo havo b'ii peaches and cheryear for fruit. Tho foid of Laurel County arrived here this week and many log rafts passed Hamilton, Ohio, Letter. For Particular Dressers und aro unable to mnlntnln the open ries and all other fruits aro In an ex last week to make his homo with, his by Buckhorn. A. I). York. travJlIni; cellent condition. A. ij. mcitneii nnin son, R. A. Hamilton, Ohio, Mar. 10. All mail door In China and tho far East and Swlnford. Wm. Mulllns man who lives here, has been spendWh3e it ii true that line Kit Sparks had a trial In S. A. passing thru Hamilton this week is now ilirtlcult It will bo for us to and family havo returned from Mul- ing tho pust week at home. Mr. clothes do not make fine In Engle's court over a magic lantern being counted. Tho German Amerl- - maintain tho Monroo Doctrine llns Station whero they have been Thompson, a dentist, has been doing tho Western Hemisphere d men, the show, resulting In a verdict for man visiting Mr. Mullin's parents. Mr. work in Buckhorn this week. Th-- i can Alllanco has been active In their will always command attensold his shnre of SparkB, who then At tho request of President Frost, o attack on Gov. Harmon for his and Mrs. S. P. Hammond visited G. work on tho new school building tion. When you buy It to BIcknell. Robo Recco of Shir- W. toward tho "Dean Liquor Bill" delicately, and only to iolnt a le- Crawford of Big Hill, Saturday Is progressing nicely. Mr. Burger ley has moved his family and store . tho Bjtoaker took up tho story Sunday. Walter Abrams of near who was shot a few days ago was which was defeated In tho Ohio U'gis and to Panola. Miss Nannie Smith has Lexington was of tll sinking of tho .Mcrrlmac ami hero on business last j brought to tho hospital this week. lature. Tho "Dean Bill" was to gtvo been appointed postmaster at Shirtowns nnd villages tt right to vote for l"o capture of himself and bis com- weeK. j. k. Hammond who recentno is snot, inrougn tno leg. it was ley and has executed bond. T. BIckly sold his farm on Clear Creek has feared a whllo that his leg would or against saloons, IndoiKMident of lnions In bsnllago Harbor. Tho nell Is sick with lagrippe. M. G. ,tho rest of tho county. Hon. Lozard description of his apiiearnnce, soaked moved on his father's farm. R. G. you are certain to get a corCruso has moved to the A. J. Cruso hahn will BK-ant tho V. M. C. A. In oil and coal Boot nnd diked out In Shearer made a business trip to Rich place'.-rJorect fit, and plenty quality in Abner has moved from Spanish garb, when called upon b Sunday afternoon on "Trust and Cur-- j mond last week. Miss Melissa Owens Prices are every garment. I. F. Dean's place to his home In rency Reforms and their Effect L'p-- 1 ' Admiral Cervera, brought forth up THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry within reach of all. Sinking Valley. roarlous laughter. Ho iald n glow on tho Individual." Tho County of Strait Creek. Charlie Dees 'Commissioners closed their March ing tribtitu to the Admiral and his ULT.II. $10.00 THE LOWEST The Phie'an' Rciponnbility of this placo and Miss Bowman of road session, Thursday, by granting sailors ns well, and showed that tho Hugh, March 13. There will be Conway were quietly married, Mar. $20.09 THE HIGHEST 'several itlllons for new roads. Tho American victory was won before meeting at Hausloy Fork church the 2nd, at the homo of the bride. All II) lilt IIKMIV I. SHAW 1110 war began by tho practice of Board or Education has decided to Give us a trial and be fourth Saturday and Sunday In March their friends wish them much happi I'illifii jf.il 1n.11 It 'u "li Install sanitary drinking cups In all tho American sailors and tho want convinced. to bo conducted by the Rov. James ness. Jim Hardin nnd family havo safe to dilnk ilu .Vllmiiy. witter of tho public school buildincs in of practice on tho part of tho Span- Parsons. Old uncle Levi Parks who returned from Hamilton, O., where The divtiir ul the rllj til mcj lit! I'10 destruction of tho Ad-llnmlltou. Rev. S. II. Illley, paBtor mr"i'- For Sale by has been staying with his son, Curtis, they havo been living tho past year. and uptiiii-i- i pniilli opinion w the First Baptist Church, left tho "ilral's ships was duo to tho fact Unit miftillni' lllinitlon plant at Kingston has come to stay with (Kb Son R. first of tho week for Dover, Dela- - ,!,nt t'11' failed to como up to their OWSLEY COUNTY was roiiKirurltMl, uud today ty his son, J. A. Parks, a while. R. !. Brrct, Kentucky ware, on business, to bu gone for two jsxvd record whllo tho Americans unphoid fetiT Im ISLAND CITY Halo has purchased a fine Jack of lcnt theirs, and the further fallu.ro s with tin- - grvat probweoks. Tom known Brumtack, employ Stevo Bates for $300. Grovcr Drew Island City, Mar. 10. Tho heaviest TLU Uuk f Quliiy U mty lem of tuberculoids which wo nt the C. C. Paper mill has been " tllu imrt of tho Spaniards to Is covering his house this week, go- rain of tho season fell last Tuesday. cst ctllir. ' -ln- - so biird to solve. are nil irh tho wooden fixtures from their to work for several days. Mr. gets It ing to move as soon as he Dr. J. A. Mahaffey visited MarThe puhlie U fust bolnc educatthus allowing them to Brumback Is formerly from Jackson ' iMttlo-ghlprepaired a little. G. M. Bengo and tha E. Gentry who is very low with ed, nnd there h a most deterComity, Kentucky, and used to work j'ako flro on tho explosion of tho wlfo went to Cave Spring to church gall stones of tho liver. Tho excitemined atid vumtnendalile effort lu The CiUren printing office. In flr8t 8CH- ll last Sunday. Solen and T. W. ment with tho bear In this vicinity on the pari of all classes nnd tho suit of Moso Feltner of Kentucky Tho coming of Captain Hobson was have purchased a phonograph ns has ceased as no ono has ever been e profession to Ntntnp out tho against Mayor A. Rothwell for tho re- - tho greatest treat Hcren has hail In ll ablo to see tho they aro qulto fond of music H. as Wlrellvoly ns smallpox animal. People havj covery of a revolver, a Jury in Squire years, and tho Inspiration given the was otaniiHtl out. The chief re.visited at tho home of G. M. begun sowing oats and making early Morton's court found in favor of Felt- - student liody, young men nnd vounz sponsibility, however, rests upon Benge, Tuesday night. Mrs. Jano preparations for an early corn crop. ner and awarded him a verdict of women ns well, will undoubtedly tell the ph.li'inn. nnd he is a traitor Sparks and son, Ell, and family, went uwiey county uoea nol lool: on Bright Idea Not Feasible. to himself mid to the noblest of tho value of tho revolver. Tho throughout their lives. to Hamilton, O., March 11, to make Borea as a placo of murderers, but In attempting to establish an os professions If he shlrfeH his duty revolver was taken from Sam Fields, Ono or tho stirring scenes was the trich their futuro homo. Mrs. Alice Bongo ns ono of tho brightest llttlo cltls farm In Abyssinia tho original In the slightest Tho consensus a Kentucklnn, who was arrested some rising of tho entlro body of students, was tho guest of her sister, Mrs. that Kentucky or any other state In Idea was to capture live ostriches and of opinion among the students tlmo ago In Mlddletowu, Ohio. Dr. citizens nnd teachers exprctsinK their Ann Parks of Kingston, Friday night. tho Union has good schools, good breed This did of this Kiihjcct Is that prompt Flynn and Mrs. Bosworth of Califor- determination to fight tho liquor traf- cessrul, them. the birds not provo sue Miss Ethel Drew who has been churches, good citizens, no saloons. ns nearly always notification of each case to the nia, havo been carrying on a health fic. staying with her brother, G. Drew, And sends out one of the best papers died after the pursuit necessary to proper authorities, ns In the case campaign In Hamilton by giving n get them. las returned to her home at Ever- that there Is In Kentucky. A. G. FulThe Citizen hotes to publish tho of other communicable and Inseries ' of lectures on health topics address of Captain Hobson In green. Mrs. Beatrice Drew Is well ler, of Flndley, Ohio, arrived at J. C. fectious diseases. Is essential In full as and organizing a health class. Theno soon as spneo will tho control of tuberculosis. and visiting her parents this week. Gentry's, Tuesday, Joseph Carmack xrmlt. lectures wero frco nnd largo crowds W. R, Bongo visited his daughter, had a bush hacking last Thursday and attended to hoar them. Prof. Chas. at Panola, Saturday and Sunday. about 15 men report a good days BULLETIN ARBORICULTURE -S. Howo, president of tho Casa school Miss Leila Klmbcrlaln Is coming to worn uone. 1110 graded school lit havo to bo taken off, but tho doc- of Applied Sclonco of Cleveland, O., to bo tho guest of her grandmother, Island City will close, April 7th. Mr. The Citizen Is lu receipt of Bul this week. Williams, tho teacher, will then leave tor thinks It can bo saved now. In addressing tho "Club of Ono Hun"Written So Yoo Cos tadrntaa4 K" for his homo In Richmond to enter From tho reports he was shot acci- dred" at Its monthly dinner at tho letin No. 19i, Issued by the DepartOIIF.KN HAM.. Hamilton Club last Wednesday, mado ment of Agriculture, Washington. Greonhall, Mar. 13. Tho Rev. Geo. school. Mr. and Mrs. Williams aro dentally. His homo is on Buffalo. an especial plea for industrial educa- This Bulletin Is of Inteiest for Its Sealo filled bis regular appointment well liked by all. John McKinney of Pcoplo aro vory busy hauling rail4UU tho at Rock Spring, Sunday. Several wero Clay County was on Island Creel;, road ties nnd raft logs. Buckhorn tion in publicpublic schools, and prais- subject matter but It Is of 8ieclal schools of Hamilton for Interest to all Bereuns becauso Its school closes next Friday. Miss Luia ed tho In attendance and all appeared to Sunday, on business. Anderson Conprogress mado In tho departments author Is Prof. 8. C. Mason who A wonderful ,Utrf of the I'lonrruol lhl enjoy the services. Born to tho wlfo rad has moved to tho hoube vacated M. Gay and Arnold Begley were tho Iiiftructlvr. but moir Urlnting than was for a number of years connectManual training and domestic Sciny fiction. A masuine lor Itinkrn. Doctor. of Win. Cook, a boy. His name Is by F. F. McCollum near I). B. Peters. married a few days ago. A fine boy of Lw cr. TMchcn. Kurmtn. Iluimru Mm, Man It Is reported here that two of was born to Mr. and Mrs. S. A. John-Ro- n ence. Ho, however, expressed deep ed with Borea, and who has a Dan. ulto a crowd of young folks ufarturrra. Mechanic!. llMlno.uUrriulcnevrry place In tho memory and esteem month. Intcrrva rverybrely. When you this week. S. J. Burns, a mer- regret that tho work In theso departone visited Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook, tho GarrlsonB were drowned in South Atk the iratta s. chant of this placo, has just return ments Is much hampered by lack of or nil who know him. The subject of ypu undentaml why. how you man whowrite the tour newsdealer will one; or Saturday night and Sunday. Among Fork River, Wednesday. ed from Loulsvlllo. whero he has siiaco. Tho account of tho Bercn tho Bulletin Is, "Drought ReHlstanco lublither lor free nanuile ropy. thoso present were tho Misses Liza KICKTOVVN The "Shop Noles" Dept. aWeyiii mooting hold In New Vork City re- of tho Ollvo In tho to buy goods. waya r and Sofa Cook, Llzzlo, Maggie, Lucy, thlngi-llo- w ltiettown, .Mar. 11. Tho heavy to make repair, and aiticlc for cently, nnd tho speeches mado by States." home and thoo. etc ' Donna Smith. Lena Calllban and tho rains, Tuesday, mado a big CLAY COUNTY tide In tho Seth Low, Pros. Frost and Governor Prof. Mason Is Arboriculturist lu "Amateur Mechanics" ho Mossrs. Isaac, James and Chester South Fork river and some SKXTONR CItKKK . tn n. b m of our W. Wilson, of Now Jersey, at this Crop Physiology In tho Department furniture, wlrrlrsa. boata, ennlnrt, tmagic, mliunA and all Soxtons Creek, Mar. 10. R. 11. BowSmith. Farmer Couch has had a citizens havo gone to Heidelberg on gathering, which were printed In The of Agrlculturo and his Investigations the thing a boy love t, vory Blck child, but, It is soiuo bet- Umber. year, tlvlt rcrVo IS cxxti SI. SO Undo Geo. W. Gabbard is man has purchased Mrs. Morgan's ter now. Robert Cook caught a fino in very poor health. Jno. L, Gabbard farm. She will move to Llttlo Gooso Citizen was very enthusiastically read tend to show that tho ollvo Is a truo ASK YOUR NEWSDEALER Or AdJr.w and greatly enjoyed by your corres- desert plant for It survives and grows POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE string of fish recently. Farmers are visited his sister, Mrs. .Margaret Crook near Manchester, whero sho has 223 WiAlaatM St. CUc, taking advantago of the nice weath- Mooro, Sunday. Paul Gabbard Is Blck. purchased a farm for $5,500. Mrs. pondent, M. Gabbard, and ho truly fairly well where other plants die hopes that they wero as fuvorubly tor tho want of moisture. er. Sorao are Bowing oats and some Jas. R. Gabbard attended church at Fryo had a working today. Thero aro plowing and preparing to plant Grassy Branch, Sunday. Mrs. Mln-t- o was a Jargo tldo In Sexton, Tuesday. received elsewhere. 60 YEARS Travel In Honduras. EXPERIENCE All traveling In Honduras s dono tin com. D. Smith had a salo, SaturJ. A. Bowman and family visited has been having some work done the backs of horses or mules. The day, to soli tho remainder of his lu tho way of chicken accommoda- Marlon Kelloy, Saturday and Sunday. Continued from firt f;r Hondurun horso Is much smaller than goods. Ho Is going to move back to tions. Joseph Wilder attended church GARRARD COUNTY tho Democratic nomination for Gover- tho American animal und much less Kgypt, near his father's. on Cow Creek, Sunday. Wm. Rey IWINT LICK, 1 nor to compcto with rounded. nolds and family Paint Lick, Mar. 12. Mrs. Rboda After looking over thq field ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Jacio and Llzzlo, and two sisters. left Thursday for Wylio'B llttlo boy was kicked by a Mr. Stanley has Issued a statement GOOD FARM FOR SALE inaoc mi aiuibv Oltl..NI Darby, Montana, to mako their home. horso last Saturday and his leg was declaring Dctiana to acres of natural bluegrass land, that he would rather reCopyniaHTa Ac. Orlando, Mar. 11. Sam Allen who Tho Indian Creek Bantlst church broken. Mrs. Andy Matlock Is very main In Congress. 2 AnAnafidln a akftleh anS SianlnOon nt miles of Borea, noar plko. Good has typhoid Is reported somo better. is doing good work at Grassy Branch. quickly urtrUlu our oMiilmi fro wlirtiiar an now houso; barn, all under good fence. Saturday and Sunday wero regular In November last a church was ortlouiitrlcllreonDda ifllVl. HJlNOBMCwtr-aUul- j Young poach orchard, 100 troos. Clovnt fl4t atmirrfuf MKrH'vil4ia. vburch days at Maplo Grove, conduct- ganized tbcro with 15 members I'aianu tilia Ibrouul muiiii j iaj. reu and ers and grass tako readily to any Uttitl tutUt, wllhoaitbarM, iuiua ed by tho Rov. Dlllard Parker. W. It has now grown to G. There will (tart of land. Everlasting spring, and 1. . M: Farmer, tho traveling salesman, I10 a baptising tho first Saturday In Joined on ono side by creek. Price Tombstones and Corner mat etr was In our midst last weok. Mrs. for lots coll upon prll and about 20 will bo baptized T'arm a. U nUlivn of nr fHtntlflo Viurntvl. MatoJtMaJBrL a reasonable, terms liboral.icst bar imji four uontLt, L IMA hfcw Rhoda Evans spent the afternoon, then. Tho Rov. Mr. Roberts, tho pas- . I Have No Agents gain near Berea. Inquire at or adfl SIIBrSadaat. BOW TfUlr Sunday, with Miss M. T, Singleton. Ki. is putting his wholo soul Into nor Partner dress The Citizen, Borea, Ky. PARROT Mar. 11. Tho farmers In community are beginning to thin get busy. 1'rnyer services hero every Sunday evonlng at two o clock. Thomas Lewis of TWril's Creek was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Abljah Cabbard, Saturday and Sunday. Tho Infant of Stephen Cabbard Is very sick. Tho mall carrier was delayed two days on account of high water. Several roo-ni- n frnm hern attended church at Mount Zion, Sunday, Mlnn!o Prlca bought two fino Bhccp from Levi Gab- bard last week. Wllllo NelBon has his now houso nearly completed. Jestso Gabbard who has been In school at Dorea returned homo last week. Mrs. Icy Allen of Laurel Co. vlsltod her brother, Adam Price, Thursday night. The little daughter of J. II. Hundley Is 111 at prcsant nncKomi Parrot, Lin-vlll- Makes Home Baking Easy Royal Baking Powder helps the housewife to produce at home, quickly and economically, and tasty cake, hot biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer cake, crisp cookies, crullers, crusts and muffins, fresh, clean, tasty and wholesome, with which the found at the shop or grocery does not pare. Royal is the greatest of helps. Tho Ilcrea College (lice Club wing to n full houso In the Christian of states and nations. And tho forces Monday by which all this Is to bo done aro Church, at Klrksvllle, Ky thoso that touch the Individual or- night, March 13. Tho audlcnco was enthusiastic In ganism, the Individual. jymsolf, not In reforming tho old teaching Its appreciation of tho music and young tha schools, and tho of tho readings given by John Henry, tho Tho concert was given under the churches aro the forces. Aid Society, Cotlcgo Is quick to tako ad- auspices of tho Ladles' The and as Is usual when thq ladles gu vantago of tho presence of any great t was iwadsajnolr pcrsonago to gtvo Inspiration to tho about such things, body and teachers as well, dono. student To begin with, on arrival, the and oltcn droits Into service lecturers was given a splendid dinner at nnd others who aro hero for a single club purposo for other programs. Such tho homo of Mrs. Salllo E. Willis, and ovcry member of tho club Is anxious was tho treatment given Captain great appreciation of Hobson on Tuesday morning, and on to express his largo an tho ono this. audlcnco qulto as In passing It is gratifying to say that listened to his lecture, Monday night, greeted him at united Chapel. that tho Ladles' Aid cleared a Boat tha also Ills address was more than an hour llttlo sum, and good.Gleo Club wore However, long and was tremendously Interest- enmo out to the (hat ing from first to IabU Ho had been Important than this, Is tho fact many friends. by speak thny made requested Frost to tK) butn . well-drcue- attl-itud- I "Shield Brand" Clothing hn Ab-nc- y, of 11 J. Engle pnu-tlrall- Az-hl- 1 din-eas- Az-bl- J ZVlECfiANICS Articles 250 Pages 300 Pictures E.very Month Mtthan-kalAx- e. ro South-weste- rn i ey tr a inmrTwn state y. 1- -2 FOR FINE MONUMENTS . rr. Posts ScfeNtiffc flKcrim a. IT-- S. McGuire, Berea, Ky.