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THE CITIZEN tlie Interests of tlae !M!o-cLn.tetirL Knowledge li power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge Is to read a good newspaper. People Ono Dollar a year. No. 3t Vol. - XII. BEKEA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 23, 1011 Spring Millinery Good Clothing for Boys Vnet StWS BUTTONS Opening Berea Bank & Trust Co. Capital, Surplus, $25,000.00 $6,000.00 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 govern-- , ment 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. WELCH'S PREVENTION OF CRIME SECOND STEP wrrocMT 'fttfCNfOOCfTi VMU.1TBUID Y " - OU probably don't give much thought to the way your boy's clothes look but a lot or people see them If he is wearing Best-Ev- er " Clothes II OOUBII STUVID KJCmT - lL- CANVAS i"TlUNwo MSOY SUTTOSS i I you needn't be ashamed of having people see him. He will look right, and what is best of all, he will know it himself. THElBEST EVEIf BOYS SUIT "LOOK AT THE FEATURES" Briag Your Boy in ana Let Us Fib Him Out. R. R. COYLE NEWS Of THE WEEK The Income Tax Amendment Likely to Fall The President's Message The House Program Roosevelt phy Dedicates the Big Roosevelt Still Their Owner Rumors Dam-Mur- IN In OUR m STATE for Fayette Shooting New Judge In Court House Another Night Rldffr OutrageLexington Wants Better Train-Servi- the Race for Governor ce Queen andCrescent Strike Situation. of War- - AN.NOUNCK I 'OK GOVERNOR Two candidates have announced for Governor during the last week. Tho first was Lieutenant Governor Cox of Maysvlllo who issued his statement on tho IS th. Tho next was Mr. Edward T. Franks of Marlon, Ky. Tho announcement of Judge Oltear has been expected from day to day but has not yet been made, and it Is widely reported that Mr. Edwin II. Morrow of Somerset, nephow to Senator Hradley, thinking that his amendment valid. resent iosltlon ns United States TI1B COMING MKS8AUK District Attorney for tho Eastern DisThoro has born considerable speculation as to tho matters to bo pub- trict of Kentucky, which was secured by his uncle n few mouths lished In tho President's message for for him ago, Mr. Taft's appointment of J. M. tho extra session on April 4th. Hut bolng held up, Is not satlsfuc-tor- y now tho wise ones say that only 8harp nud ho Is unxlous for hU friends to be discussed rectwo mattore aro to push him into tho contest for tho d iprocity with Canada, which Governorship. the calling of tho session, anil JUDGK PARKER'S SUCCESSOR tho tariff board; tho latter measure The successor of Judge Watts Purk-- r falling to moot tho approval of Conof tho Fayetto Circuit Court who gress during tho last hours. died lust week Is Judge Chus. Kerr. DEMOCRATIC 1'IIOUIU.M Ilo was appointed by Gocrnor Will-so- u It Is reported from Wnshlngton at tho close of the week and took from seemingly reliable sourceB, thoao tho oath of office Monday morning. having tho confidence of tho majoriJudge Kerr received tho unanimous ty party In the House, that tho first endorsement of tho Fayetto County measure to bo conaldurt'd will bo liar. tho matter of tho popular election SHOOTING IN POWELL Since of United Stutos K.iatorH. McKlntosh of Clay Hev. Nelson tho requisite number of Hates has City wus probably fatally shot In passed upon tho matter It Is bald tho Court House at Stanton, Powell that an amendment In the form of a County, Monday, by Horry Harnett d resolution will bo Immediately puss-e- who Is ttUo of Cluy City. Tho shootby tho House and sent to tho ing was of done In tho presence Senate. Tho noxt matter to be taken Judge Iluntou who hud just adjournup Is tho bill providing statehood ed court and was stepping down from (or Arizona and Now Mexico. Then tho bench. McKlntosh was accused reciprocity treaty and will coma tho of huvlug shot at Harnett some time possibly tho tariff board. lieforo nud tho trial of his case was ROOSEVELT IN ARIZONA to como up tho afternoon of tho Roosevelt has passed bhootlng, tho Arizona mark In his speaking NIGHT ItlDEIt OUTRAGE tour encircling tho Union. At a place Hourbon County was visited this called Roosevelt, Arizona, on the 18th week by a band of night riders who Inst., ho dedicated tho big irrigation burned a barn of J. 0. Kclloy which dum, said to bo one of tho largest contained fifteen thousand pounds of dams in tho world, and his daughter, tobacco. Tho total loss Is estimated Ethel, pressed tho button that start- nl three thousand dollars. There H wilt i.o cluo to tho raiders. They wore ed tho waters flowing which change two hundred thousand desert heavily armed and mounted on horseacres into a garden of Eden. back and btayed by tho building uu Conlluurd on fifth grj (Conlioutd on fifth ptge. TAX INCOME An amendment to tho Coiibtltutlou of tho United States providing for an Ineomo tax passed Congress July a, 1900. This was only preporatory to the ratification by tho statca. Twenty-siof tho stairs havo already takes favorable action In regard to the cmendroent and tho mutter is ponding before tho Legislatures of sc&ea others. Nino more, or thirty-fivaro necessary to make tho TUB x e, The first step Prenatal influence. The first word, the word that describes the process eugenics. These we discussed two weeks ago. Wo nro now to take up the second step and tho second word the process word. And what am they? Parental influence, the step; and training, the word. Can any one see it otherwise r IJardly. And every one can readily see that the parents' problem of training is more than half solved, if tho first step was u true step if the prenatal influence was what it should be more than half sol rod for two reasons: In the first plnco parents with sufficient wisdom ami forethought to have a care for the prenatal influences on their offspring are equipped by the minus wisdom for the later work of training; and in the second place their task is rendered less difficult by the fact that tho dispositions with which they am to work have to a large extent already been given right direction. A most significant argument, this, in behalf of the science of eugenics. So it follows that the problem df parental training, difficult in every cose, is a problem, harder by many fold, to the very persons the least competent to attempt a solution. Hence the fact that the homes that breed the criminal disposition usually aro the trainers, willingly or uuwillingly, of criminals. Hence the wholesale turning over to the school and the church of tho functions of the home by tho parents. Hence the more than pound oj cure that so often does not cure, nnd tho less ihon ounce of prevention that rarely prevents. Hence our increasing criminal record our appalling criminal re' cord. It will be seen from the foregoing that there a.e three classes of parents those who wilfully both breeil nod train criminals, those who unwillingly do so thru ignorance and those who both have a care for the principle of eugenics and really train for righteousness. For the first class tho only remedies are some regenerating processes or the invoking of some legal restraint. Tho second class invites instruction and direction. While the third clnss already has its problems practically solved. the class that both It is to the second class, therefore, invites ami needs that our appeal is made. We call it an appeal beet use we think wo are laying bare the sourer of crime, wu think we see the remedy and we want to enlist thought thought on tho prevention of crimo parental influences that will prevent crime. Coming directly lo the point training tho training in tho home that obviates crime. And the first suggestion we have to make is that it takes the trained to train. Discouraging isn't it? Yes. But the future of our children ought to be worth the price. Children are easily led but are hard to drive over a moro difficult road while we the "driversare going in an easier and opposite way. It is neither pre. cept nor example alone that tells effectively. It requires both example and precept to train. Parents should lure to better things anil lead the way. In the second pluce it takes the wise, the just, the good uud the self controlled to make punishment either an instrument of cure or prevention. If inflicted in augur or inspired by a feeling of personal hurt or revenge by parents their guilt is greater thau that of the one punished aud the "venting of their Bpleen" is their only reward, for the child will harbor resentment nnd in its turn get revenge by further outbreaks. Punishment to bo effective for good must be indicted not in impatience and anger but in calmness and in love, Whipping is never in place except in cases of rebellion, nnd ucohting never. Scolds ought to be in the iusane asylum. They should be kept as far away from children as possible. The only punishment that the wise parent will use will be such ns can te found in the imposition of extra tasks or in certain deprivations natural punishment. And there are several principles that the world is gradually learning that all parents who are interested in the trainiug of their children should begin to put into practice. The first is the value of positives us against negatives. There is certainly too much of the "don't" and not enough of the "do" in parents' directions to their children. The best way to keep them from the things that call for the "don'ts" is to enlist their activity Much of vice and crime are in other directions-- - right directions. tho result of indolence the want of something worth while to do. Indeed in the future it will be known that "vice must be fought by welfare not by restraint," and that our pleasures are J. W. STEPHENS, Vice Pres. JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier History of the English Bible Tenth and Last Article--Th- e Revised and American Revised Ver-- sions The Most Accurate of All the Translations Ommissions Due to Earlier and More Accurate Sources. By PROF. J. R Reviced Version Our scries of articles on tho English filblo must close with an account of the Revised Version which Is gradually but surely taking tho place of the version of King James. Although the latter has a rhythm and beauty of language that has given it a firm place, in tho hearts of all peoplo it must bo admitted that the Revised Version Is greatly superior in accuracy, and brings us much closer to the meaning of the Bible message, tho thing which we should most of all desire. Suggested in 1653 The movement for a revision of the King James Bible began ipilto early. U was suggested In tho Par liament of Cromwell in 1653. The Idea was revived In 1836 in tho House of Commons and In the circles of tho " church. Definite action was not taken until 1S70 when the Convoca tion sitting at Canterbury resolved that a revision was desirable. They oted that a body of their own members should do tho work being em powered to "Invito tho cooperation ROBBRTSON ted when tho work began. The great-c- f part of these were moro accurate translations of little connecting words which nevertheless often changed the " meaning and made it clearer. Due to Better Sources Ono group of more fundamental changes consisted In the alteration ot the toxt Itself either by omissions, additions, or alterations duo to better Hebrew or Greek sources than any which had been used in the earlier Continued on fifth pKC. 0PENIN6 OF SPRIN6 TERM March 20th Tho Spring Term begins with no vacation immediately following the Winter term. Correspondence shows that there will bo tho largest number of students over hero for a Spring term, particularly in tho Normal Department where tho advantages and attractions aro so great. Special classes will bo formed for those preparing lor teacher's examinations, and the work for thoso In tho advanced years of tho Normal Course is particularly-stron- g. occu-slonc- stronger thau our temptations. Another principle that demands attention is that of indirection. The direct way to get children to bo good is to coustautly urge them to be good, but thnt is not the wisest nor the surest way. The best way and the surest way is tho indirect way letting good, Children, just like their uess follow usefulness and happiness. parents, resent all efforts to make them good but they like to bo shown tho way to happiness aud usefulness, anil the pursuit of these brings the goodness by the wuy. All this in reference to training parental training to prevent crime. Aud we have just one more suggestion. It is in reference to the parent's conception of the part religion ploys in the process. Tho popular notion is that all good aud goodness como from religion nnd wo think that is about true, but tho great failure of the homo aud the parents iu the mutter of training to prevent crime is due ton misconception of what religion is. They mistake Doctrine for religion and say, of course, that they can't teach It. Tho fact is that no two churches can' tench it alike and parents aro justified in their determination not to try. Hut doctrine is not religion and parents are the best teachers of religion when they know just what it is thnt its best definition is character, The homo chii train in gentleness, kiuduens, purity, courtesy, or it can neglect these aud allow tho children to become uucouth, hardhearted, impure, liars nnd theives the parenta expecting all these when they get old virtues to bo supplied by roiirerm'oti religion enough to decide for themselves, They may be but they most often are not; aud, if these should bo supplied, that would be to iuvite vice crime iu order to enjoy the privilege of having; it cured, The better way is for the parents to teach these things, thus an. ticipatlng conversion thus teaching religion tauuPKE VENTING CRIME. of any, eminent for scholarship, to whatever nation or religious body thoy may belong." Americans Help Tho company of revisers thus provided for the work was separated later Into two, ono to lake charge of the revision of tho now testament and tho other of tho old. An Invitation was also given to a group of American scholars to act as an ndvl- bory board, thus mallng the revision of tho Hlblo tho occasion for on Anglo- American bond of union in a great and scholarly cause iu which the Interest was mutual. Most Careful Work Tho work wus begun In 1871, tho New Testament was published In 1881 and tho Old Testament in 1885. It is only necessary to know tho process of revision In order to rcalUo how careful was tho work and how great our debt of gratlludo should lo. Tho group of English scholars met overy day for ten years. Only a were considered at u fow verses bluglo sitting, Tho opinions of all were hoard and a vote was taken before any change was made In the text. All alterations were sent to tho American scholars and considered again when they camo back. In some cusos ot Importance tho text was critically examined as many as seven different times nnd wus only settled at lust by a of tho board. u voto of Many Changes Tho ruloa under which tho revisers worked required that as few changes bo made as was consistent with tho 'faithfulness of the meaning." Tho number of changes, however, was large, larger perhaps than was expec- two-thlrd- Tho Spring Term of Urn weeks, with a four weeks term, for those who must begin farm work April 26, and a seven weeks term for "those who must bo examined about the middlo of May, has, great attractions In tho way of public events. Including anniversaries of Ladles Mtrrurv Societies. Debate of Junior Literary Societies, Excursion, Kiel I Day, etc. Old students returning, and new students coming to join tho ranks will have hearty welcome. Tho only ceremony Is the Procession starting from Ladles Hall lit P:10 a. in. I NTERESjJNG FEATU RES Wo cull attention to tho last of tho articles by Prof. Kobcrtson on tho History of tho EnglUU lllblo this, week. These articles havo been of unusual interest and should bo preserved by all religious workers. Tho farm articles by .Mr. CJark will be resumed soon, ,but wo havo two columns dovotcd to the farm and garden this weeje on pugo 7. The article on TTapplug on pago Miould bo of value to ninny of our See tho poem, "Tho Average Man,'' on lust pago, and the Bonnon and Sunday School lesson on pagrs 0 and 7. readers. Head "Tho Prevention ot Stop." Crime-Se-cond svoraI othci Danville Y. M. C. A. couvenUou and nrtlcloa of Importano-vercrowded out aud will havo to bo Inserted iu future Issues. Page Two THE CITIZEN SPEEDY PEACE OPEN LARGEST DAM QREATE6T RECLAMATION PRO. March 23, 1911 The Citizen A family newspaper for all that It right true and Interesting. Oniblkhed every Thursday a Uorm, Ky. SEEMSJSSUBED Proposals Which Are Hoped to End Hostilities DIAZ TO THE GREAT HEREAFTER By PASTOR RUSSELL JECT BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Irvcnrpor.itcd) IN WORLD SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED. f Brollra TtWmeU J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. Subicription Rates FATAUUJ IN ADVANCR. On ymr Kli Months VhTtn Months Vorr-rn- COLONEL IS HONORED GUEST TIJXT It fliall romf to pom In ttw lout tlint ttm inountnln ef thr lxrd'i fluill tm ottiMliilii-i- l In the tnp nf the inomitiilnn. nnd stmll tie xn!tel n!mv-thhllU. nml all nations stall Ifciw liitu It lalah It Our lext lifts not yet been fn I 111 led but we believe tho bcghitiliir; ot Mb ful flllmeht to bo near. It pictnrwi Meg dlnh'ii kingdom, for which Christian pvuplu hnvo long been wntting and they praying, "Thy kingdom carun; will be dono en earth roi It U In heavrn" the name kingdom for which Ihn Jews so long waited nnd nre Hill) waiting. Our text relates net to the spiritual part of tho kingdom, which tlio (luxpel church Is called to nhare, but to tho earthly par nf tho kingdom which belongs to the natural need of Abraham. A great mlstako Iran tccn made by many of us In tho past. In that we hnve not discerned and nc knowledged the two Israels, splrlO-- i and natural, nnd the scparatu reward nnil blessings apportioned to Uicho lij the Divine promlnes of tho Hcrlplures Both lire to bo used of God In fnlfllllnc the promise made to Abnihnm In blesHlng all the families of thu eurth. After tho completion of MKislr.h. Head and Memberii, on the plane ot glory, the New Covenant wlH lio In nugurated with Israel, as tho Scrip turps distinctly teach (Jeremiah xxxi. Our text, therefore, wnlU for itt accomplishment until the Inst mem her of the elect Church of ChrkU ahall have passed beyond the vnlo. language of the In thu symbolic Scriptures a mountain Is urwnyi. syro holienl of n kingdom. Hence the motiti tain ef the Lord's houce meant tie kingdom of God and that royal hotix ur family recognized by him. For In stance, we read that David eat upon the throne of the kingdom of the lord and that God made n rovenant with him. "even the sure mercies of David" - viz., that none but IiIh oeeil. his pen terity, would ever be recognized im th Divinely uppolnted reprerontntives of God In kingly authority and power. In other words. Messiah wna to bo Ihe offspring of Ihivld, the great rtntltyplcal David (Beloved), who must "rclgu from M to pen nml from the river I" the ends of tho earth." on tho spirit plane The Mewiah-KInthe Son of God (and like God Invisible to men, as nre'ulto tho nngcts), Is lb nntltyplcal David and the ontityplcal Solomon, the wine, the great, tlra rich ot his flcah our Ixinl war In the da the Son of David according to tho flesh, though begotten of a divine life not tainted by any human Imperfection Ho wan, therefore, holy, harmlcM, tin defiled and refarate from slnnero. Ill faithfulness to tho will of the Father mudo him subject to all of tho oxpe ricuccs of suffering and de.rth. aa i pressed In his own words. Tho cup which my Father has poured for me r.lmll I refuse to drink It? Ilia obodl. enco unto death, oven tho death nl thu erom, demonstrating his loyalty to tbo last degreo and ho received th high reward appropriated. "Illm hath God also highly exulted and given r name that Is above every name, that at the name of Jesus every kneo should bow, both of things In heaven and of thltiRH In earth." We havo beforo our nilnjii tho anti lyplral house of David, Messiah's king ly household, the royal prlenthood dl vlr.ely prepared. As n kingdom It will he at the top, above nil tho kingdoms of earth. Not only will this bo true of the spiritual kingdom (Invisible t man ns the angels aro Indivisible), but It will Include also an earthly kltiRilom, rouiposod of "IsrnWIteH in deed,'' At their head as prlncca In nil the earth will stand tho rennrroctrri Ancient Worthies, perfected as men nnd snraples of all mankind, by obcdl enco to ihe laws of tbo kingdom, may attain to. with eternal life. The doyn ImuMi e 11.00 60 35 STEP DOWN AND OUT n Bond money by or Express Money Order, Draft, TteglsteJ'eJ IiCUcr, or Taft Back from the South and Will Issue Full Statement Concerning on ami two cml nuun(n. The cato afire your munn on label Mobilization of Troops Along Mextwwi to what oHt your Hubncrlptfcm Is ican Border. paid. If It Is not ctuunewi wlthm three wrtki utter rrnonaJ aotlfy us. Mfcurins niimben will bo gkully mippllcO WajifcrrRttm. Peace in assured In IT we sro notified. tho rcpubHo of Mexico wlnhln thu Hm premiums ohrsip, with iww prompt renowurs. Bond for week if certain influence now at work ud rrmlum list. toward that etui prove effectivu. IJbrraJ terms Klvnn in any ono who obtain now mibRCTlptVms for us. Any ono With tho arrival In Mexico City of ending us four yearly sinncrl ptKn can reortvo Th Citizen free for hmeetf for Scnw Joso Yves Lhnantour, minister otif year. of finance, President Diaz will begin AdTertMnR rates on appUcMton. a torlca of conferences which It fc expected win result in thu aiutounco-mar- t MKUBETt OF of a reorganized cabinet. Minister Llrnantour will present mi explanation of tho demands of the, Cheering Crowds Congratulate Former President to Whom Is Due Honor Rooievelt of Starting Project Makes Principal 8peech. Roosevelt, Ariz, March 18. Amid the chcern of thousands assembled today to witness tho formal opening of tho largest dam In tho world, tho Hooseve.lt structtrro across the canyon of tho Bait river, Miss Kthel Hoose-vclunder tho direction of her father, touched the button that sent tho Imprisoned waters of tho Arizona river rippling through tho vast system of canals that will transform this construction town and 200,000 acres of shifting derert sand Into a veritable Garden of Eden. The arrival of Ihn Itooscvclt party, who motored seventy tiro miles acrosi tho desert to attend tho ceremonies, was n signal for wild hilarity anions those assembled to witness tlio event Tho cheering crowds prosed about the little group of prominent Mute and government officials to offer thanks and congratulations to the colonel, to whom In a great measure they owed tho successful completion of the project, and he repeatedly removed hli hat In acknow lodgement of the.lr cordial welcome These certmonlen mnrk tbn surcef ful termination of one of the greatest reclamation project the world hns over seen. They mean tho reclamation of tnllct) of burning deport, the termination of yearn of toll under the blazing Arlzonn Run, and the addition to Arizona's farming lauds of a terrl tory whose productive wealth will equal that of thu moitt favored farm. Ing districts of the world. For countlcrs ages tho principal stream of Arizona, the Salt river, awol len to torrential proportions In the spring by tlio melting snnws of the distant mountains and diminishing tc a tiny creek under tho blazing sun ul summer, has wound Its tortuour courso through hundreds of miles of desert land that needed hut the application of wnter to bloKsom Into luxuriant vegetable life. The waste of this rich territory was called to tho attention of Colonol Roosevelt when ho occupied the presidential chair, and he, in turn, ordered the gov ernment'H reclamation department to Investigate. KnglneerH wero nent to explore the valley of thu Halt river. Maps were made of Its winding course and turn pies of Itn roll were 'forwarded tc Washington, with lengthy reports Here tho reports wero passed upon bj tho reclamation department, the soil was analyzed and th,o matter referred to the president, whose warm Interest bad given tho scheme life. All of this Is produced without dl rect cost to thu pcoplo of the United States. The government builds the great dam and canal system. It does not call upon the taxpayers, but mil lzes for this purposo a fund derived from the disposal of public land. This fund is not given away. It Is Invested In these works, and then the people who am benefited must pay back t lie cost of tho Investment at so much per acre In ten annual installments. The money coming back Is used over again, every dollar being reinvested In addl tlonal worka aa fast as paymentH are made for those completed, This In brief, In tho story of tin great Arlzoua, reclamation project, or outlined by the many speaker whe followed Colonel Ilooscvcll at the ileill cation exercises, each of whom paid enthusiastic tribute to tho prosecu tlon of tho project by the engineer In chargo and tho support and intcreai of Colonel Roosevelt that made the scheme practicable. nun-bake- d t revolutionists, and i ho chanson to Che official family of President Diaz, tin well as tho institution of certain reo form?, arc anlldcntly expected to KENTUCKT rUKSH ASSOCIATION. tho lrrwuTectoa. in tho meantime, President Taft, Whoever began thu custom of spell-In- s win) has returned, will confer with "shiver" with only ono "v" had AmbasKOitor l)o 1a Harm, and Uhoro no adequate conception of the horrors is good ground for tho aasimrption rtuit af a cold street car. the troops now concentrated in Texas irnmedfatoly will begin a flories of should hold If the surviving aviators rsunlons nt tho close of the years maneuvers and return nhortly to their wculd they bo able to get special posts. All Will Be Disclosed. rates from the rallroads7 In addition to this, When ooixlltkms Two persons In Baltimore were mar- aro normal in Mexico, a complete etaUnncnt of thlnga which actuated the ried Just for fun. This Is another that tbo accepted standards of moWllzation of tho troops will bo issued by the white house. humor need revision upward. Scnor Joso Yvch IJmarttour U to Uncle Sara has Just paid JS8.B0 for succeed his chief immediately as presclothes worn In the Civil war. This is ident, hfc titlo being "provisional presset tine a good example, to tho men ident." Ho will hokl office until election is held, when regular candidates who never pay their tailor bills. yet to be nommated by A bride of seventy-eigh- t In Brooklyn called, will take place. Is accused of eccentricity. Tho fact that sho Is romantic enough to bo a TONS OF BROOM CORN BURNED. bride ought In Itself to prove the charge. Seven Buildings Also Go Up In Smoke cvl-dencont-enitlcns i Little drops of water, little chunks of soil, Maka a prosperous country whsn admixed with toll. BLOW UP BARRACKS REBELS EXPLODE NITROGLYCERIN UNDER BUILDINGS OCCUPIED BY DIAZ TROOPS. MEXICO TO SHOW NO MERCY End-Citizens MAKE NOTABLE TEST WILL ATTEMPT DREADNOUGHT TO SINK WARSHIP TEXAS. Sheep, Cats and Pigs to Remain on Boaro to Prove Effectiveness of Projectiles. bnttle-slil-p Washington. Tho New llampshlro will try to sink tho San Marcos, under which name the old battleship Texas now is known, In Chesapeake bay. In order to carry out one of the most notablo experiments ever undertaken in tho history of the nary. The Texas Is to be stationed 10,000 to 12,000 yards from tho New Hampshire. The Texas Is to bo anchored In shoal water. Tho New Hampshire will use her four guns against tho broadside of tho Texas. The shells aro to be loaded so that there will bo two great tests, tbo ability of tho Now Hampshire's runs to penetrate Into the Interior of tho Texas and the effect of an explosion Inside. The armor belt of the Texas ts 12 Inches thick at tbo water line and her citadel armor Is also 12 Inches thick. In order to make tho tests equivalent to battle conditions, tho Now Hampshire, while, firing. Is to steam past the Texas at battlo speed. This, of courso, makes the problem one of difficulty, but In tbo opinion of the naval officials It is well worth the money and possible cost. The possible cott, however, may run up Into scores of thousands of dollars. It is not proposed to take the gunn of the Texas off while she is undergoing her martyrdom for the sake of naval science. The contract price for her hull and machinery was o Leniency for Insurrectot Is at an of United States, Held In Jails, Are Assured Civil Trials for Sedition. El Paso, Tex. Two heaTy charges of nitroglycerin wcro exploded under the barracks occupied by Mexican English scientists are now discussThey ing a beer without alcohol. Charleston, IU Fire, Which Jroko should bear In mind tho discomfiture storeout in tho Harryman 'ilro-which overtook the discoverers of rooms, destroyed neven bufI(Hng and ' odorless llmburger. 1,500 tons of broom corn, causing a loss estimated at 1200,000. , Tbo Evansvillo (Ind.) men who is Tho firo wtw not under control after suing for a divorce becauso his wife the Mattoon Are department had arbathes her pet dog in tho dlshpan rived and given aid. Tbo high wind is unreasonable. Sho might have blew sparks all over tho city, and bov-ercompelled him to do It email fires were atoTtcd, "but eoon brigades. Or.o thousand copies of tho book extinguished by bucket Tho Imlldlngs burned include tho by the king of Italy were gobwritten Leaf railroad dopot, lUg Four bled up as soon as they were placed Clover COO on tho market. For successful au- freight olTlce, storage dhoda aird feet of jiiatform, two wiarehouscB ownthorship try being a king. ed by narryman Bros., two wareIt took 12,299 hunters to kill G.CDl houses, tho property of Wrfeht & deer In Maine during the recent open lUilnten, and tho elevator of Whoat-Je& Limlcr. Little of tho ooaterrta season. If the hunters had used clubs instead of guns they might have of the Duildrags was saved. brought down a fow mor?. y A woman In a Pennsylvania town found a gold nugget In a chicken's craw. Poultry will now get dearer than ever with the prospect of every hen's being its own gold mine. Science, says an expert, will make men In tho future centenarians. But It is Impossible to please everybody. This news will raise a calamity howl from the pessimists and undertakers. A New York woman who has been srrected for bigamy says sho married her first husband for spite and the second on r bet. Wo think the Joke was on tho raau who enabled her to win tbo bet. They have accused tho family fly, family mosquito, of the Infecting with tubcrculoslB, and now they ny tho family cat must go for the rame reason. Hut when tho last is nbollshed thero will tomo tho threat of the rat with the bubon c plague germ. No matter which waj wo turn we nre confronted with n new peril nlght-singln- A physician In Washington, who evidently is obsessed with the idea of being tho benefactor of his race, do rlarcs that alttnco is the best cure for But nervous disorders in women. with all his science he does not know the nervous sux, it ho thinks a dictum like this, after centuries of offensive and defensive volubility. Is going to make them utop talking. It Is said that whistling Is now a fud in Washington society among the women. Tbo pessimists, who have been unable to shock the country with their walls over thu terrible deterioration of the raco caused by clgnrctte-niokln- g among women, will now have n frcih outle. for their vociferous rnlamlty outburst). And . h a result the women will, as Ion,? as It pleases tbctn. keep on whlotlfui. A man In a Philadelphia theater tore to pieces a big hut which hid his view of tho stage. Of courso, they lind to arrest him, but no one will doibt that ho was a martyr to the huacred cauio of our common manity. Stampedss Artllltry Horses. A man In Pittsburg pleaded that he Ban Franclrco. Four artillery rebest his wife only when sbo needed It. Utlca. N. Y Matthew flowers was llantna. TCe Iitornatloiril aviators struck by the Twentieth Century Lim- cruits were Mrioosly injured at the Hut, as lio found when sho had him vnt to Jail, tbcro Is nothing about the flit avhuion tuett under the ited here Thursday and escaped with- Presidio Friday when a passing auto' iln Aen Club of Cirbiv out a srratcb. The wagon In w hich ho mobile stampeded the hones attached 'which people are so ungrateful as atihluM to one of (be guns. ihe fcollcltudo of other for Ihclr Only .h:WlIuu Ulsht were iiicuiu. was riding was demolished. moral be-a- n troops Wednesday night at Juarez, Mexico, and tho. buildings occupied by the soldiers wcro badly damaged. The attempt to blow up the barracks is attributed to revolutionists. Two of n small band of Insurrcctos who secretly had entered tho town were wounded and captured. Assurance of tbo safety of all Americans now confined In Mexican prisons Is given in an official statement issued at Juarez. Americans now prisoners will be given trials in the civil courts on charges of sedition against the Mexican government, but hereafter all whether citizens of the United States or not, may be subject to the death penalty under summary military pToceduro. Tho statement from the Mexican officials was Issued relative to the seventeen foreigners now imprisoned In the federal Jail at Cains Grande. STOLEN POSTAGE STAMPS. Fifteen of them are Americans. Pending their trials they will be given the Banker Found Guilty of Buying and consideration due to prisoners of war. Selling Them. Colonel Cuellar, in command at Casaa Qrandes, is suffering from wounda, for- and as soon as he is able to move, Wichita, Kan. L. S. Naftzgor, merly president of the Fourth Na- the prisoners will be marched 170 tional Ibsuk, was found guilty of buy- miles to Chihuahua to face the civil ing ami elllrcg stolen iodtago stamps. courts. iry a maxThe two other foreigners ore Eurooffense imum fientcirce of Ave years in iirieon pean "soldiers of fortune" who have fought in Central American revoluand a flno of JS.OOO. Naitzgcr purchased Uie aUrmrw from tions. Colonel Manuel Tamborel. military Franic S. Hurt, former chief of ihHco. to!en from Kansas commander at Juarez, said: They hail been "The Americans havo not been shot ptMtoffloen, and were kl to Hurt by John Callahan, w1x has been convict- and will not be. Colonel Cuellar has ed of Iniying and selling etolcn iwwtage so reported to us here and to Mexico City. It Is the Intention to glvo tho men a fair trial. This does not mean, however, the same consideration will MURDER AND ARSON. be given to foreigners hereafter captured." Son of Dead Couplo Charged With Colonel Tamborel at first said be Terrible Double Crime Confesses had been advised that forty foreigners to Part of It. had been captured, but later said the report was Incorrect. Ho said ho bad Aiexmht, Conn. .Mr. and Mis. Tlw. not received the names of the AmerFitzgiiblKms were nsurdiorrd ad their icans. Thomaa Fitzgib-bonresidence act nilro. It Is said the citizens or the United Jr., their ton, la locked, up States now fighting In the tnsurrecto witli the crime. ranks number 600. The largest force Is with Capt. Oscar G. Crclghton. who White tho son oiintits dtopplug tl that tlx. has been active In blowing up rati fatlior's head off he Rovernment officials father killed his mother anl then he road bridges. took the ux away frun him, and, aa received orders to put a stop to the t ho ays, the futhur's lusad to a crossing of Americans from Kl Paso pulp and did not dcultt utii he watt Into the Insurgent territory. New York. Tho sudden departure sure tho father waa dead. from New York Thursday of 8enorX. mantour, the Mexican minister of Railroad Brldoe Burns. laducah, Ky. Fire deatroyed the finance, after a week of conferences Barlow ctxek bridge, m the niluola and negotiations, the precise nature Central, eutalllng a lom or apiwoxl-matel- of which has not hitherto beon clear, $10,000. It originated pro- wan Friday explained by the undernumably froui hot uoal lruiu an en standing that he line succeeded In effecting a tentative plan by which subgine. stantial reforms are expected to be Ivinulnri. IriuMt Crcfty. It. A., the put In force Immediately by tho Mex government, and the leading noted painter and keeper ef thu Itoyal lean being satlofit-d- , are to aid wa noru in iorK-hir- e &eademy, moi. He In restoring pearo. in 1S17. Frank Work Dies of Pneumonia. Up to Full Complement. New York.- - Frank Work, Ihe multiPortland, Ore, Order tluit the organization of the Oregon .Vatlonul millionaire ru II roan man and father of died at his home Mrs. Burke-Itoch2u;ird lx broirjrlrt tii to u fo(tIikr for Ha was hero Thursday of pneumonia. leld txTVItH hnvo beirn received from ninety-twyears old and it Is undertlio di'iwr'etH.ir;. A meeting of tlio stood leaves an estate Hruountlug to iuir Vas mlled to phin tho !0,000,000. clinnged tasde necessary by t'io Hurled, Unhurt, by Train. Loss $200,000. S2.SOO.000. 1) The guns may be destroyed, or some of them, and tho "target" may be sunk. The only living witnesses on board tho Texas will be some sheep, cats, pigs and other animals which aro to prove the extent of tho shocks In the turrets or In the Interior wherever a shell may explode. MANY ARE HURT IN FIRE Sixty Persons Leap From Milwaukee Factory Windows Man Missing Flames Cause $100,000 Loss. 81xty pcoplo worn comMilwaukee. pelled to Jump from tho windows of factory the Minn Billiard company s, U-o- y - Friday and many were Injured and burned when the building ratiglit lire following an explosion of dust or dynamite. It Is believed that at least one man failed to escape and that tho body ii In the ruins of the building, which was destroyed. The loss Is 1100,000 A report was circulated, based on a statement, that the .Minn factory was an open shop, that tbo explosion was a continuation of tho bomb out rage which began with the wrecking of the Milwaukee Western Fuel big coal crane Thursday night The officials, however, refuse to confirm this report. The missing: Otto Klann. finisher. Tho injured: fluster Oberpat, Stanislaus Bohresch. John Itcese. Franz Doscbutat, aged eighty years, will probably die; August Zeugner, probably fatully; John Kouttnay, Alfred Miller, may die; Oeorgo Kraemer, aged seventy years, probably fatally hurt; Frank Obciier, Fred arundhoU, uged sixty years; Andrew Itaudob. com-pany- w-- ,ir liam J. Bryan announced Friday tho engagement of their daughter, Orai-s Dexter Bryan, fo Itlehard Lewis The marriage of Lincoln. will bo celebrated early In Juno, the exact date not being made public. W, J. Bryan's Daughter to Wed. Lincoln. Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Worthlc-are enumerated In STRIKE Anclrnt the Scriptures Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, the prophets, etc., and described bj Labor Officials In New York Thresten St. Paul in Hebrews ll:3S-0- . To these to All to Extend Order belong the earthly promises ot Teamsters. They ncvei tho Old TestainenL heard of the heavenly or npjrltual New York. lCmploycs of the United promises. Their loyalty will find lit Kxpress com- roward In the fact that they will com States and Wells-Fargpanies, numbering 3,600 persons. Fri- forth from the tomb no longer blem day, Joined tho striking forces of the) Ished and ImporfecL but tully, comcompany, Kxpress making pletely testored to tho perfection orlg Adams C.000 who aro now out. Kmployes of Inally enjoyed by father Adam. Ad the National and American companies dltionnlly these will havo tho special stuck to their posts despite threats guidance and instruction of Messiah and entreaties of a union official. (Head and members) In all the nf Mayor Gaynor wna astounded when fairs of mankind. Thus as tho Mas he learned that his peace proposals, ter said, upeaklng of that tlmo, "V accepted by the men Thursday, had siT.ll see Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and beon overridden by the Jersey City tlif prophets In the kingdom (Luk men at a midnight conference. 13:28.) Many drivers ordered out In the God'u kingdom will bo represented Ir sympathetic strike were largely distho earth by Isaac, especially bythesv satisfied with tho turn of affairs. Israel, resurrected perShould the general teamsters' walk- saintly men of will bo tho npeclal out be ordered, aw threatened, labor fect, whoand representatives of at thr men say it would be tho grontfst polntees glorified Messiah's rule. strike called In this section. Humanity for 0,000 years hn bcec learning "tho exceeding Hlnfulie ol Fighter Drops Dead In Ring. New York.- Cable advices received tin," llK downwurd tendency lu every hero Friday tell of the death In the sense of tlio word. As n consequence, tho world ts ln ring of tho NutUmul Sporting club of lug conlldcuco lu Itself. All, whether London of Tom Dovey, a Kngllsh middleweight boxer. lie politicians ur Judgeu or governors, dropped dead of heart disease at the great or small, or ono party or un uther, of one nationality or another opening ot a bout. all are accused of being tarred with the, sumo stick of selllahncss. The Fire Destroys Ball Park. Washington. Flro practically wiped Blblo clearly Indicates that this disIs not without reason, und that out the grandstand and bleachers 'A trust the American league baseball park the great time of trouble to come upon Friday. The loss estimated at every nation. (Daniel 12:1) will be remit of this Ions of confidence. 100,100, 3,500 JOIN EXPRESS well-know- 1 tht-slro- Man 23, 1911 IMPROVEMENT Lincoln Way ORDCRED. Made Into THE CITIZEN CARRIED ALL BEFORE THEM a to Co Page Three ORDERED TO Kentucky Poultry Wins Gold and Golden Opinion at Porto Rico Fair. KlizaboUitown. Tho Hardin county flffctl court has taken defloito steps to Ijoxlngton. Poultry fancier of CenImprovo tho "Lincoln Way," on tho tral Kentucky who (rent chickens to I,. & N. pike. Freight Service To Bo Resumed County Surveyor J. P. McNary has Uve Porto llican fair, which has JuaI been authorized to survey tho plko cloned, ore imuoh pleased with tho reon Q. & C, from West Point, the. northern limit of sult ot tlilr venture. Fourteen trios tho county, to Upton, tho Houthern of tho (birds were tent and In every clau thoy won all they wcro ontorod BIG SHIPMENT OF COAL ARRIVED limit, and to havo all obstructions, for and wixn offered at auction at tho oa telephone poles, fences and audi close of tiro fair they brought more buildings moved from tho Uilrty feet from tho center of tho high- titan troblo Uio values placed an them Men Are Expecting Their Pay way. by their owner when they woro Checks Railroad Hat Confidence Tho court haa aim InHtructod Coun- shipped. Tito prices on tbo clilckcns ranged In Honor of Citizens Dyna. ty Attorney J. W. Boyd to take actlvo steps toward building tho Salt river from $1C to $50 a trio, and averaged mite Shipped Safely. bridge at Wct 1'olnt and to take legal mora Uxan $10 a bird. Nona of tho chickens wcro injured on route. Thoso action if necoasary. SomorinL Ily ordering all engineers Hardin county haa already bocu im who sent chickens to Porto Itlco are: and trainmen to Immediately report proving Harris Ihmau, Midway, two trios ot tho plko for several years by for work iu. Onkdnlc, Tenn., and rcmacadainizlr.ft and further improve light HraJtmos. Ky, Uio queen ft. Crciccnt 11. II. Chlvcrton, of Ilarrodsburg, a ments along this lino will bo mado la will center Its efforts on restoring trio of light Ilrahmas. tho near future. full freight fcrvlcc. I). D. Ilurton, of Nlcholaovillo, two "TIkj Lincoln Way," In Hardin coun Conl uoa received here, which tem- ty. In nlroady trios of barred Plymouth Itocka. in a good condition. porarily will relieve tho sltuntlon. 1 ho J. W. Poww, of Maysvlllo, a trio of Tho tract of road and tho strict car company got most of tho lack of a bridgo Inferior Salt river nro wltltu Wyandottos and a trio of buff across slitpmet nnd travel was not impeded. tho only drawbacks to making "Tho W)ianlottios. Hnotigh of tbo fuel was received to Mra Joseph Garrott, ot Ft. Garrott, o Way" one of too longest leep the plant and business houses in Lincoln routes In the United States, as a trio of black Langsharut. operation. Wheeler Early, of Lexington, a trio thero aro excellent roads from tho East Tho confidence of Uio road in tho to and from NashvlUo to of white Wyandottos. of U.Ui city, Including tho strik-i:i- Chattanooga nnd It. I.. Jones, ot Lexington, a trio ot Atlanta, Ga. firemen, was shown when two cam 'Tho Lincoln Way" would also fur- wlhito Plymouth Hocks. Inuring cards printed lu red, reading, nish an excellent trolley lloger liar), of Lexington, a trio of 'Explosives keep llro away," wore lcniiifvlllo to tho Lincoln routo from buff Orpingtons. Park, tho placed in front of tho station. Tho Advance Poultry Yards (G. W. St. Mammoth Cavo and thence, to fllaiv earn contained dynamlto and gow, tho only unimproved roadbed be Clair), ot Islington, a trio of bluo and two trios of black Jaiiaa. tween IjOuIsvIIIq and Glasgow being a Thu Ktrlkrni expect their pay checks W. Hart, of Pkigau, a trio of gap between tills city to arrive. Tho men havo one month HodgcnvHle. A traction lino has and barred PlymouUi Itocks. been and 17 darn coming to them. surveyed from Went l'olnt to this city nnd an electric lino has been mi rv eyed FORT THOMAS DESERTED. EXPECT DIRT WILL FLY SOON. from Glasgow to Uio Mammoth Cave, Covington. lo tho Lincoln Park and thenoo to With tho departure of Covington 4 Owenton Railroad a Sure Hodgoiivllle, and tho promoters of this Uio 2d Infantry for Hawaii what apThing All Condition Nearly Met. line propose to begin construction on pears to bo all but Uio final chapter in tho road next spring. tho painting of Ft. Thomas will havo O went oti. Only a few mope shares been written. Tho war ecaro along Uio of iitork nmnhi to bo of, Mexican bordor seems to have been GOES TO OKLAHOMA. when the gmdlm; will begin deoordlng tho rock on which tho hopes of Uio pron'Arf) on tho electric lice between Editor J. R. Williams to Shake Ken. well wIhIiotb of Uio post wcro dashed. A company of tho 10th infantry was to t'ovln?ton anil Owenton. tucky Dust. Tho vmcIc has been slow but it liaa havo remained at tbo post for an indefiwas received Midway. Former Editor Joseph It, nite tlmo, but a Ixvn cotuftoiUiy pushed to coMMimiiu-xand noon as the remaining four Williams, of tho Falmouth I'cndlo-- from Washington ordering tho com-- , hundred rflwires of stock luij boon tonlan, with his family, Is going to pany to Join tho regiment at Ft BenOkliu, where he expects to jamin Harrison. Ily tho first ot April fold, work, will begin. The ixplo of Owen certainly need an outlet with engago In the newspaper business. Mr. Ukj post will havo boon denuded of all Jio enormous amount of freight ship-i-ci- l Williams was owner of Uio llluegrass property with Uio exception of th into this county ami the bountiful Clipper before it was purchased by bulldlna. rut m grown hen and a largo number tho present proprietor, J. O. Cooper. RAILROAD EXTENSION. of cattle and hogs shipped each year He Is one of Uio most popular mem the road will bo u paying pruiKvdtlou. bers of tho Kentucky Press nssocla-UoaChange in Plans Announced for L. o E. Whi oucw a road Is constructed ti Railway. O trenton It will not be many years It will go on through to tho capiONLY THE FURNITURE LEFT. Whttosburg. It Is now stated that tal at Frankfort theroby furnishing n Two States Bank Seems to Do An Ab a further extension of the Lexington tiiroct lino through north and soutlu Boulevard. 1 TiR WORK $3eur NewH carry us off tho way wo had como to Acapulco, or even to San Francisco. And perhaps wo would havo to wait till a steamer could bo sent out from rleht-of-wa- Builder of Panama Railroad many of tho passengers as could find standing room bad rushed to tho dock. Tho big boat gradually settled down at tho stern until sho rested on the bottom with a slight list to port Tho gold was rushed to and In 1850, following Uio discovery of plied dusttho bow. It was deck very In In gold In California, Commodoro Will- strong boxes, each about six Inchos iam II. Asplnwnll, Commodoro wldo and fifteen Inches long, great rival In tho waters thero was $4,000,000 worth of and it. about New York, retired from his Lntcr, two boats woro sent out from great shipping Arm and devoted all tho ship ono to tho head of tho bis tlmo to building tho Panama rail- Island to Intercept tho outgoing road, across tho Isthmus ot that name, steamer then about due, If sho should nnd establishing steamship lines to happen to tnko tho passago on tho connect it at Aspinwall (now Colon) other sldo of tho Island, nnd Uio other from New York and at Panama for with orders to proceed to Panama for San Francisco. aid unless It fell In with tho outward At enormous expense and great loss bound stcamor. of life, Aspinwall completed his rail"During tho thrco days that passod road In 1855, nnd among the beforo tho big steamer Drothor Jonagold seekers who bad tho than hovo in sight thero wcro no regudistinction of being tho first passen- lar meals overyono was glad to cat gers carried eastward by tho road what ho could got Thero was no cookwas Mr. Dudley Jones, now a promiing no tables set. A placo nent resident of Llttlo Hock, Ark., nnd a blanket was hard to find. to spread Tho watho head' of a largo manufacturing ter, at high tide. Invaded tho upper corporation. cablnc, and tho lower, or second, "In tho spring ot 1855," said Mr. rabln was Hooded all tbo tlmo. Wild Jones, recently, "I was a passenger animals were heard during tho night from San Francisco to Panama on tho In tho jungle. Parrots nnd s big Aspinwall steamer Golden Gate kept up n conUnual screaming. or wns It Goldon Ago? Thero wero And nil the whllo there was much eight hundred of us returning anxiety as to what tho commander of and a crew ot ono hundred tho flrothcr Jonathan would do If he men. Wo had a fairly good run down wero Intercepted. Perhaps ho would tho coast nnd wcro about to turn north sorao two hundred miles below Panama when tho ship, whllo passing between two Islands, ran on tbo coral reef known as Qulbo Island. "When the sldowhecler struck I was sleeping on Uio upper deck only a few General Serrell Predicted Another feet from whoro Commodoro AsplnCanal Would Be Built Across wnll and two or thrco of his old capIsthmus of Panama Via the tains wcro standing admiring tho Bias Route. scenery and tho bright moonlight and Commodore Asplnwall's Efficiency In Caring for Returning Gold Miners When One of His Steamers Was Stranded. 's pnro-uucttforty-niners, Panama to our relief. "Hero Is whoro tho presence Dan-Wil- rail-roa- d auto-mobll- clt-Ize- g r. tcn-rall- i. part ot both crows to transfer passengers, baggago nnd gold. It was just at dusk when tho Brother Jonathan hoisted anchor and headed for Pani ama, to our Intense relief and dollght, "At Panama, tho next morning, wo wero quickly disembarked. Tbo tld being low, wo woro landed a quarter of a mllo out on n coral reef and walk ed Into Uio city. That night found nsi loaded In cars headed for Aspinwall; tho first train to carry passengers on tho Panama Railroad.' Tho road was far from being finished". Tho tracks wcro sllppory, tho locomotive light, and It had to bo helped bj--a lot of negro laborers pulling at long: ropes. "I never saw Commodoro Aspinwall after wo loft tho wreck. Whether ho stayed at Panama or went on with to Now York I do not know. And I nover saw In any paper an account of our wreck or of tho first passenger traln'8 trip across tho Isthmus ot ronamn." cast-boun- d east-boun- d Aspinwall stood ua In Aa soon as tho Drothor Jonathan anchored at a safo dlstanca from the reef wo had struck, ho or dorcd us to bo taken aboard her. It was a rush order, nnd It took nearly twolvo hours of steady work on tho Commodoro good stoad. of (Copyright, 1919. by Ii. J. KJwnriU. IUchU Ilcserved.) Alt iUsul tj Prophecy of Great Engineer Panama canal project During a conversation that I had with Gen. Serroll In 1894, when discussion over tho probablo government canal across Uio Isthmus of Panama was attracting a groat deal of attention, I asked tbo gonoral how ho bad become Interested In Uio construction ot a canal along Uio San Bias routo, In view of tho fact that, about halt way between tho two oceans a great mountain stood exactly In tho pathway ot his projected canal. "My belief In tho feasibility ot tho San Dlas route is duo to two ot my earlier experiences as an engineer," wns tho reply. "In tho first place, I was one of tho engineers employed by Commodore William Aspinwall to mako a survey of the Panama railroad across the Isthmus of Panama so as to shorten the route between Uio Atlantic coast and San Francisco In California gold days. That experiment made me very familiar with the isthmus; we went all over tho San Dlas route before deciding upon our final survey for tho Panama railroad. "In tho next place, my experience with the Hoosac tunnel, ono ot the most exciting experiences of my life, led mo to realize how easily Uio San Bias routo could be constructed In splto of tho mountain that towers in Its pathway near Uio center of tho Isth mus. ocean, and not bo costly. He wna almost when It becamo apparent to him that tho government would decide in favor of tho present heart-broken k tok-gra- e solute Failure HARLAN RAILROAD OPENED. A. Cashier Mining. & Eastern railroad from Potters Fork, StephciutporL Only tho fixtures aro at tho Two States bank of this place, which closed Ma doors. Cashier J. 3. Attalr Is gone. Those Investigat ing tho bank's affairs have been una. bio to locate hlsi. DeveJopmccts show Mkklkxaiom. T. J. Asber, president Uio doors Wnjdota & Black Mountain rail- the bank was looted b of ore of tito were cJoocd and that tho woman asroad, tu.i announced that tho road Is sistant coeiiior, Miss Kdna Payne, who u(cn for poiucngcr and freight terv- - often was loft in chargo of tho con. iv. The pajwengcr traliu ruu to Dax-- j oem when Adair was away on fre ter, wbhth is within one mile of Har-- j quent business trips, lost Uio savings ! Tan. of a lifetime oa well as thoso of her The mllroml company is under mother, which had been Invested In h run trains into Uio tuwn by' tiro Institution. J iuhl it is almost certain the, April "The bank Is ruined " said Orlando lr.e will bo completed Into Harlan ' Smlrh. one of the heaviest stockholdtliitt. date. ers, "and uuy number of niy assod- The principal part of tho construe-- ! tttiv ure They won't bo ablo tion work xtwcn Baxter and Harlan to bexln to tnett the double liability lias bctti IIdIfJumI ond there remain to bank act--" be oompletcd two small cuts and one j Adair, it is said, borrowed $27,000 of or Uio tills. This work U now being j the bank'rt fumU and etockboldors do- i rnihd to completion. chiro other I'ollateml held by tho bank ami thought to bo worthies, was ! BLOODSHED IN STRIKE. for the bank through him, likely trebling the original sum thought Deputy Sheriffs Killed Physicians Ac-- j lost. company All Trains. BOYS AFTER PRIZES. SonM-rtcTho strike of tho llro-- , men on the (Jueen & Crescent route Somvtwi. The lufciskl County of the Southern railway reached a erl-- Uoyn' Corn club has been reorganized here and engineer and firemen aro with n much larger membership. There ti refusing to go out for fear of being ' an alxiut 1H0 members. The county he by upiosed s.vntpathlrcra of the him olTivred n priio of $200 for Uie boy itrfkvrs ttUmg the loute between here growing the largest amount of corn aul Glen Mary, Teun., as ten men are per acrn ut tho smallest joit. Last i your reported killed, Truewlale Wllltnt mlwd l'JO Ihytr4ans are carried on all trains Invhek to the aero ami his name was emergency lor hr rald-etas one of the best com grow-o- r Sttana. 11. M. Holhway, He won $10! In iu Kentucky. AheHlT, wad shot and killed while priicx. ThN ytar'it crop la uspeotvd to . HU.:iitn the (J- & (. ceal ehuti-HHot 1) mucli better than laMt. Deputy Shcr-M Kt from umbu.-ih- . IfT I.oeJt wan also killed at the same! MONEY FOR SHEEP KILLED. Waslota Black Mountain Railroad Running Between Middletboro and Baxter. left In Uio coal Holds, will bo let for con struction, but Instead of passing down Klkborn, aa previously announced, Uio lino will pcu9 through tho headwaitora of Elkhorn and lioonc's Fork, through Uio Cumberland mountain at Pound Gap, by tunnel, and enter Virginia via Pound and so on through Wiso county. speculating at what hour next morning wo would reach Panama. Instantly I was awako and saw everything that followed. "It was n critical moment. Had tho order been glvon to head for tho mainland, tho vessel would not havo gono her length beforo sinking Into deep water, with tho loss of most of her passengers. Whether Commodoro Aspinwall or ono of his captains gavo the right order I don't know, but whllo tho big ship was seemingly rocking in her death throes, with clouds of steam pouring from her hatches, her noso wns pushed by emergency means Into tho sandy beach which wo could dimly sco lying a few rods ahead, and in a twinkling a cablo was made fast to one of tho big trees fringing it. "ily tho tlmo this had been done as Gen. Edward Wei I man Serrell, who died in 190G, was ono ot the great engi neers of tho United States. Ho was as sociated with some of the most 1m portant and dlfflcult engineering under takings of the tlmo between tho early forUcs and 20 years after tho Civil war. In tho latter years of his life, which was much occupied with his pot pro ject of building a ship canal across tho Isthmus ot Panama along what Is called tho San Dlas route, which lay somo miles nearer the South American continent than tho Panama canal. lie projected his canal from Uio Gulf of San Bias, on tho Atlantic, to Pearl Is land harbor, on the Pacific; and he claimed that it could bo built at sea level and on a straight line, with no locks, less than 30 miles from ocean to Kentucky State News Pound. E. D. Robinson, postmaster, men of tho ono ot tbo y-Virginia border, bocamo suddenly Insane. best-know- n Kentuck- Odd Railroad Coincidences Westlnghoute Airbrake, Janney Coupler and Steel Raits All Were Introduced In America About the Same Time. "In my long career as a railway nnd business man I learned that whatever the emergency might be, however great the opportunity, thero always came nt tho cxart moment resources needed to meet tho emergency or to grasp tho opportunity," said tho lato James D. Lnyng, who for many years was associated with prominent railways of thn west tho Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne and Chicago, the Chicago and Northwestern, and the Hlg Four In high official capacity. "I think, tho most extraordinary demonstration of tho truth of what I havo just said was that which occurred in or near Pittsburg at the tlmo I was with tho Pittsburg. 11. Wayne and how-ever, cou-.r-u- be-fu- ' ' t. ' cat. - 1 litre. CARLISLE GETS CONVENTION. CartUle, It ki announced Uiat the J91I convention of Ino Christian Woman's Heard o MIikIomh and the IlMile of Ihfii ("irMlan :htireli lu the cigirt.!i diKrict of Kentucky .1ll be hrKl iu tfcW t xy May I", IS and IU. Toe, dim.ri Is emiasvd of Uio eountltn of llonrlxai, Clark, Mimtgomcry, ISath, ikirrtecu, NieJioIas niul others In Uila aentfou. Tier) will bo a large attend hw of iUJii;ates from every church of Ibo dliJtrict. icl-oc-- Parts. County Clerk Paton haj from the auditor of vialm at Frankfort the money duo Uio farmor. d of liourbon comity for hr-killed by dotw during tho past year. Tho total umouiU realized from the dog tax In louUvll!c. That Ioulsvillo has a liourbon county was $1,M7.20, while u the rheep cluimg lomled $3,33C. Tho good chatieo of landing Uio 191!! of tho National Whokwala claims wvw pi orated at about III! per Lumbar Dealers' association Is tho eonL won! brought by President T. il. Fninkllu. A car which reuehed here Drown, of tho Louisville Hardwood .nslgned to Olllcbple Pros. Iiub been club, from Washington, where ho atlobbed in transit of $400 or $600 worth tended tho organization's annual ineot. f.f merchandise. ln. ' Frankfort. Tiny brides in chort skirts and of the giggling variety are becoming fashionable and Uio rago in this city Three misses under 16 woro married to bridegrooms under 24. Nolln. Tho Nolln Nanking Co. haa gone into voluntary liquidation. Tho depositors wcro paid in full and It U thought that Uio stockholders will not sufTer any great loss. The bank will bo reorganized. Whltesburg. Watson Fleming, 20 was Instantly killed by a falling tree. Mo&t ot his head was torn to shreds Hlrt brother, John Fleming, who wo cutting timber nearby, felled tho trw without giving him warning. Iiulsvllle. December aud Maj plighted when Allen Q. Riddle, SO, was married to Mlxs Curtle Sturglll, 2S, after a courtship of but a few days. The wedding came as a nurprlxe. l'xington. Tho Queen & Crescent is planning to add 50 new locomoUvea to lUi motive jiower. They will bo ot tho Mikado type, with wheel baso of 78 Inches, wlilch liave been found suitable for the curve and grade of tho road. liOiulon. Matt Pigg, deputy jailer, was vtabbed four times, and It is thought he can not live. L. P. Thomp-ton- , court stenographer, is in jail in default ot bond, charged with tho cutting. Thompson is a sou ot Deputy United States Marshal George Thomp-son- , CimplillHV Websttr. the (nther ol Kmnnt Jane tfrott, II, who iTn aw'a with l?d Heott uboul 10 di)ii vf.o. and w.ih taken from her liitbhand by Weheti'r v.bin boardlui: a truln for HorMu, ins broiiltt his duu;hter f borne. Hhrlbyvllle, Mrs. Amandu J. White, thu ivldow of J"hhiU S. White, n section fcnuiian allied by a C. & O. train. Fchrnnn "4. Illrd null against tho l.oiiiIll' NashWUu nnd tho Clirw-rea- k ft Ohio to recover damages In the sum of Wi'.t'W. lvxIngtoii. Tho otllclal Investlga- into the tralPc in votes in Uio I rouutics of lloyd, Magoftln aud Knott, recently Inaugurated by Circuit Judge ! Gardner and Commonwealth's Attor ney William II. May, promises to rival the revelations recently made in Ad amg county, Ohio. i AWARDS CONTRACT FOR JAIL. Howon county Morehead.- - Tho court, in spculal evasion, awarded tho contract for tho new county jail to Uio milestone Co. and for the fixtures to thu Stewart iron Works Co. -- Hon Carlisle, The completo assessment In Nicholas county, which has been Bent to Frankfurt to bo examined by the board of equalization, shows only 12 diamonds were lUjed In th; eo'inty and thesw were valued at 3S00. Mayfleld. Tho residence ot Mrs. M. II. lJidrum was destroyed by lire. The hoyw was owned by Mru. and Jmh W. Landrum. 11 wuh known m tho old llocker boarding houv, Insurance will fully cover tho two-stor- y Chicago. "In 1819 I assisted in making Uio llrpt survoy fqr any railroad west of Pittsburg. So enormously had tho t railway development of tbo been between that time aud 1868, Uio year ot the three coincidences I bavo lu mind, that It bud bccoino apparent to all railway men that, unless thero wero home now Inventions traffic would bo congested, since railway equipment would not bo sufficient to meet tho demands mado upon it. "Wo had Just been seriously concerned over tho swift movement of trains between Pittsburg and Cincinnati and especially because ot an accident due to tbo inability ot a rail road engineer to slow down a keavy freight train when, one day, thero called at my office a young man whom I knew, who salil'lo mo that he bad nn apparatus be had Just perfected which would inuku it possible for a railroad engineer completely to control a train. to bring it to a stop within tho limit of safety. "I asked him to show me his apparatus. Ho did so, and I was given authority to test It upon a specially prepared train on the Panhandle between Pittsburg and Steubenvllle. O. That was tho way George Westing. house's airbrake was Introduced. "About that tlmo within a few months anyway there also railed upon mo an apothecary whose homo was In Alexandria, Va. He told mo mid-wes- cars had clashed together and wero telescoped, and ho added that ho had invented an apparatus which would mako telescoping Impossible. "It told him to show mo this apparatus, and bo did. 1 gavo orders that it bo adjusted to several cars and then bo soverely tested. In that way tho Jnnney coupler, perfectly supplementing tho air brake, was Introduced. "Yet again, about the samo time, J. Edgar Thompson, president of the Pennsylvania, told me that ho wanted mo to test tho new steel rail which was then being first manufactured in England. I decided to put ton miles ot thoso steel rails upon a section of the Panhandle a few miles out ot Pittsburg. Wo gave the rails an exhaustive test, and wo decided that with n slight Improvement they would mako very heavy traffic possible. That Improvement was mado and wo began to equip our railroad with heavy English steel rails. "Thcso three features of modern railway equipment the air brake, tho Janney coupler, and the steol rail which havo mado heavy and safo traf-- ' flc upon American railways possible, wero nil perfected, as I now remember, within a year, and woro tested and adopted by tho Panhandle., then by Uio Pennsylvania, and afterwards by every Important railway In the United States. Some great prime cauco wns surely Inspiring Americans to meet a new nnd Imporatlvo emergency, and I have never ceased to marvel at tho results." (Copyright, 1011. by K. J. Kdwflrdi. All Itlslits Rrvt.) i loss. another respect, according to the London Dally Mirror. When a woman has other women to tea she no longer wastes her time discussing other women, but falls upon the task of discussing and dissecting her own husband. The guesui tako up the strain, nnd a comparison Is Instituted among the women as to the ways and habits, peculiarities and faults of the several Each woman exchanges husbands. with tho others her pet theories as to how best to manage a husband and "get around him." And to women are ceasing to gossip about each other, or ven to care much about other womthat a railway accident had occurred en's shortcomings, In the bigger and near Alexandria which caused much nioro Important consideration of that damn) by rcaon of the fuel that the enigma, man. That Enigma, Man. And now women havo changed in "The stato of Massachusetts had au thorized tbo construction ot n tunnel under the great Hoosac mountain. That meant tunneling through solid rock about four and threequarters miles, and at tho baso of a mountain some 500 feet In height. Tunneling at that time had not advanced ao far as It baa at present. Tho great problem with us was to bo sure that tho two borings, ono for the west and the other from the cast, would meot exactly at the center. "You can't 1 magi no how exciting and apprehensive we were as tho workmen from either end approached each oth er. At last one day the rocks were pierced from the east to the west, and tbo drills met with a deviation of only a little over an Inch. That was spoken ot at tho time as a great triumph of tunnel engineering. .now, i saia to myseir, wnen I camo to study this canal problem, If "wo could cut tho Hoosac tunnel so accurately as that, so could easily tunnel tho San Bias mountain, although we might have to cut tho tunnel a hundred feot wldo and a hundred and fifty feet high. That, sir, would bo a' slm-pi- e question of draughUng. But with that mountain tunneled In that way. any ship could pass through, wp should l canal only 30 have a perfect miles long, tho mountain tunnolliig be ing only flvo miles, and good naturnl harbors at elthor end. "I suppose that It It bad uot been for my experience on thus - Isthmus when surveying the- Panama-railroa- d. and my work as the- eog!ner- -i In charge ot the Hoosac tunnel construc tion, I nover sbujdfyx JJi6iht ot the Sail Bias InturdcWiila lanjfrout. And I tell you," the sfeat engineer added emphatically (and who dares to deny prophetlcAllKr).)bjlf our government deddi uionto Panama or tbo NlcTgBii route, Hie'day will surely roinUn'tiinext century when an Intero.ceinIc(cnal wllbe,construct-eby UClvnjof alK Jl JVt San Bias route. And whenever that time comes. let the government canal look out for comj)ttU)n." sea-leved tCepyrlsM.-mitUb- menu Iteaerveil.) K.J. Ratrfcrd. v. AU n Page Pour. , j-h- e t citizen. President Frost will preach at Chapol,,8unday night. Miss Kit Moore returned, Sunday, from her trip In the, South. Miss Etta (Jay accompanied her as far na Winchester where ahc stopped for n week's visit with her sister of that Col logo Mnrah 123? Mo i 1 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 a fertilizer adapted to it. We ore 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 place. llll "Ben Thst f why Good. M your foot" It fecU so ffcM the special Red Cross pro- You will find any of the Red Co$ dress shoes just as easy and comfortable as the walking shoes. cess which preserves all the leather's natural elasticity. Once you arc fitted in the Red Cross Shoe, you will be better satisfied than you have ever been before with the appearance as well as the comfort of y our For tlio whitest and bost (lour, so K. J. Engle. Ucv. 0. W. Shepherd of Winchester. Ky., preached at tlio Baptlat church last Thursday night nnd ordained Messrs. John Dean nnd C. W. Wool! ns deacons of the church. Mr. John Dean who has had a slight attack of grlppo Is ablo to be out again. Mr. J. W. Stephens took Mr. Dean's place at tho bank. Miss Ilertha Itoblnson left, Wednesday, for Hockley, W. Va., where she will visit her sister. Arvld Slier nnd Floyd lllatt will leavo Friday morning for l.aFollcttc, Tcnn,, where they will remain until Monday, the guests of Mr. Sller's parents. to FOR SALK Work mare, six years old, sound nnd well broken. Price Two geldings, coming rensonable. two years old, broken to halter. Walter Ilogle. Mr. Jackson ot Harlan County, of the Eighth Senior In Model Schools, nas called home by tho death of R. H. Chrisman R. J. Engle P. S. See us before you buy. away Mr. Mat Isaacs who has from Berea for a number of years arrived Monday for a visit with hi Don't hesitate to select the most stylish Red Cross model shown. Its comfort is not due to its shape or st)lc but to its sole, which btndt with ytur hit. This sole is tanned by footwear. Come in and see the new styles. Find out this season how restful the Red Cross Shoe really is htw fathhnable it it. HiEh Shoes $1, $4.50 and $5. Oxfords $3.50 rnd $4. led over n limb still Attached to it and fell In front of It. lie crawled on his hands and feet ns rapidly as pos sible but was unable to entirely escape. Ills right leg was caught nnd ladly mashed and broken twice be low tho knee. bis mother, and has the sincere symDr. Cowley was called and gave pathy of his teachers and many the. wounds Immediate attention. Ho friends In Borea. expresses the hope, mat Mr. i ll? Judgo I.. D. Lewis of tho 33rd Judi- will recover without the loss of the cial District returned to his homo In leg. ln mother. MILLINERY OPENING U Millinery opening, Friday and Saturday, March 31 and April 1, 1911. You are cordially Invited. Mrs. Jcnnlo II. Fish, Main St., Bcrro, Ky. CARD OF THANKS These are the styles that will be worn 4 . ssisgs mmmmmmmmmpw 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 Acid Phosphate and comes in 125 and 200 lb. bags. In lots less than 500 lbs., - $1.10 per 100 lbs. In lots over 500 lbs., - - 1.00 " " " E. F. COYLE You pay Tho Citizen Is tn receipt of a lot ter from a member of tho family of Mr. Kllhu Gnrrlson who, with his son, was drowned two weeks ugo In Clay County, mention of which was made lu The Cttlzon tho last two issues, 'xprcsslng the thanks ot the family for tho kind reference tnado to the character of Mr. Garrison, and and also desiring that through the columns of tho paper their appreciation Ik oxtended to nil who have teen helpful to them In their" time cf great sorrow or have, expressed ihelr sympathy. FOR SALE slto for a home, beautiful vlow. Located on water main; pipe laid for sewerage; cement sidewalk. Address Box 3S8, Berea, Ky'. less or get mora Fine GOOD 40 1- FARM FOR SALE 00OW0W00O)O000)00O)0)0)0)0OO)OOOOO Berea and Vicinity. GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Mr. S. T. Mitchell, of Swift and Co.. went to Louisville last week on business. J Mr. J. W. Stephens and Dr. 1: Cornelius were In Cincinnati last week on business. 3ot)ooooo)o)ooooo" oaoaoooooaoaooo)ooa Fire, Phoae 505 Miss Sarah Ely who has been high prices. ing In tho Gibson Infirmary for the Miss Ella Glvens entertained a past two years, ono year ot which few friends at Iloonc Tavern, Monshe was head nurse, has accepted CITY FHONK 1(3 day evening. OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE Joe Parsons from Alcorn was In n position at Buckhorn, Ky., where she will have charge of tho hospital Borea, Sunday. Mrs. Mat. Moody of Kingston vis- at that place. Tho hospital is in BRECK DAN College ited nt her brother's, J. L. Gay's, Sat- connection with Wlthcrsioon which Is located there. Miss Ely's Life urday. great success Dr. Leonard Harrison of Jackson many friends wish her In her work. County and a former student here DR. BEST, DENTIST Oon't let anyone sell you fertilizer and make you believe it is as good as the Globe Fertilizer for it neighbor. For Boys, bring your rubber and iron is not. Ask your C& Hayes. to J. S. Gott on Depot Street for sale by Rhodus nurs- WELCH'S Lerea, Tuesday, County. Ho was 11. C. Faulkner him Into Judgo Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bingham returned last week from Cincinnati. Mrs. J. C. Reevo nnd Mrs. Robert E. Dexter of Dayton, Ohio, mother nnd sister of Dr. J. C. Itecve are at Boono Tavern. Tho band orchestra und tffiidcnt delegation returned on Monday from thu Y. M. C. A. conference at Danville. Our boys made a good showing there and wcro honored by having L. ono ot their number, Herbert Henry, chosen ns secretary of the conference. acres ot natural blucKrasa land. 2 miles ot Borea. near plko. Good new house, barn, all under good feace. Young peach orchard, 100 trees. Clor-ur- a and grass tako readily , to any part ot land. Everlasting spring, and joined on ono side by crock. PrUc reasonable, terms liberal. Best bargain near Borea. Inquire at or address Tho Citizen, Berea, Ky. FOR VOUR H. and Accident Insurance dlod, tho 15th Inst. Allen Powell lost a fine cow a few TABLE L. & N. TIME days ago. C:30 a. m. 11:00 p. m Knoxvllle Chrisman uud Knglc carry tho best 3:57 a. m. 1:29 p. m BEREA. Berea, Ky. p. m. 7:45 a. in. fertilizer, C:10 Cincinnati Rov. Parsons went to Panola, SatSouth Bound Local urday and Sunday. 8:25 p. m. 0:40 a. m. Cincinnati Mr. George 11. Lampo will be tho p. m. 11:59 a. m. 12:29 BEREA leader for tho V. M. C. A. meeting 7:00 p. m. 5:50 a. m. Knoxvlllo next Sunday evening. Ills topic will Express Trains passen- bo a report of the Danville ConvenStop to take on and lot off Everyone Is cordially invited gers from beyond Cincinnati or from tion. to attend. beyond. Atlanta and Mr. Chas. Uurdettc was in LanSouth Bound caster last Monday on business. 8:15 a. m. Cincinnati Buy the Globe Fertilizers and 11:44 a. m. BEREA you will get the best For sale North Bound by Rhodus C& Hayes. 4:66 p. m. BEREA Mr. W. S. Glvens visited his fami8:35 p. m. Cincinnati ly at Uoono Tavern last Sunday. Mr. W. U. Jones wus In Indiana MIbs Hazel Emerson camo Sunday on business last week. lor a visit at the homo ot Mrs. Beit d Miss Bettlo Abzlll went to Coddlngton. last Sunday for a visit. Miss Corwlu and Mrs. Uldgoway Mr. W. 0. Hayes and family were ilt'llghttully eutortalued tho members Uniting in Itlchmond, Monday. Cbas, Coyle, from Indiana, is hero ot tho Library btaff last Saturduy evening ut their homo on Prospect visiting his father,- - J. C. Coyle. Mrs. V. G. Best, who has beon Street. llov. W. P. W'llks Is holding u mi. vlblting her father lit Punola, returnlies ot rmlvnl meetings ut Crab ed last Monday. Tho Square Deal Store lias u. new Orchard, Ky. lino of dry goods and notions which Myrtle Cuwood is lsltlng Mrs. you should prlco before buying else. horo this where. Ono price and a square denl Rich-monwi-ek- Richmond, Ky. from Hazard, Perry accompanied by Judgei whoso practice takes Lewis' courts. Judge "aulkner went on to his home in Barbourville, Wednesday. Mr. George Plgg who lives near Narrow Gap and who Is tho head man on tho college logging force was seriously hurt, Tuesday, while rolling Barred Plymouth a log from an inaccessablo placo preBABY CHICKS: paratory to hauling It to tho mill. As $8.00 per 100. Eggs for hatchP.ocks, Mr. Pigg and another workman sucing 50 cents per 15. Mrs. J. II. Walceeded In turning tho log ho stumb- lace, Wallaceton, Ky. Seed Potatoes GO TO TATUM'S All Varieties Mill Feed $1.30 Ideal Patent Flour - - 65c Fairy Patent - - - - 65c Good as is made. ' .... 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 anda trimmed. dependscloththewith poor in which tailoring Good qualities makes a most unsatisfactory garand poor fitting 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. Si We want, you to see our $15, $18 and $20 Suits which we specialize. If we 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. guaranteed to all. Bargain Day 2:00 p. m. SATURDAY MARCH 25 MRS. EARLY Mrs. Salllu Fowler. From u member of tho I. 0. 0. i' The Citizen received Monday a copy of the resolutions of tho order re- Hieetlng tho ehuructer uud worth of Itobcrt Morgan who dlod March 1st, 1911, und also u short poem written by Mr. J. It. Kandull. Onlng to tho want of space uud tho fact that these coiiiinuiik'iiMuub were rcoslvcd at Mieh u lato date It was found lni" tosslblo to publish them. Mrs. Btwsle Lnuo uud Mr W. Low tii win ii married, Monday. J to v. M, K. Pawn officiated, MAIN ST. HAYES RHODUS STORE QUALITY TH1-- : i BEREA, KY. kHN HtK CUT NE.VN .'VOOK" -- CUWIJ u March ign. f HE CITIZEN. Page Five ss LADIES House Cleaning time is here. SPRING 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. '' Field socrotary of tho Y. 1 8. C. E. for Kentucky, will bo present and tho mooting. Special music will bo provided. 'This wilt take-- tho placo of tho regular joint meeting held on tho last Sunday of tho month. LETTER FROM WASHINGTON A lettor from Miss Alloc F. 8teol-ma- n of Chchalls, Washington, a for mcr student of Uorca, speaks In terms PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for hides, furs, , butter, eggs and chickens FRESH FISH EVERY THURSDAY Kldd Duitding, Corner Main and B. Richmond Streets, Derea, Ky. U. ROBERTS, Prop. I INVITE YOU ot great appreciation ot the benefits dorlvcd from tho collcgo and calls The Citizen tho best paper ot Us kind published ono that she can't do without. Although sho has been away'soven years Miss Stcclman says that sho sometimes has an almost unconquerable longing to return. of homllotlca In Obcrlln Theological Seminary, preached In llerea, Sunday night, and gavo a Monday lecture to tho United Chapel. Ills sermon .Sunday night was on "Power." All tho world, ho said, was seeking for power but of all tho different kinds that which comes from getting at tho real sourco ot power aud working for tho advancement ot tho Kingdom of Cod Is the great thing In 9fe, ills talk to tho whole student body on "A Cause" was ono of the most Inspiring addresses to which tho Rugs in room size Brusto close out about students havo listened this year. The Before opening these I doors of collcgo open out upon tho $10, $12.50 few room size Axminsters $8.50, $10 and $12 and sels world with Its multitudinous appeals, for bargains. Watch goods in proportion. All and $15 each. ha said, and ono must have a cause to which ho shall yield, ono that (hall bind all tho various tasks of g llfo Into ono task. "Such a causa is the ono commended by Christ, (ho causa of the Kingdom ot God, tho cause ot tho world wide society ot the brotherly sons of Cod, Isn't there something In each ono of you conservathat responds to tfiat high appeal to Y. P. S. C, E. RALLY EN6LISH BIBLE lars, howovor, were moro HISTORY OF THE the heroic?" He defined a knight as tive, especially In tho matter of (Continued from fit.t A union mooting ot all young a man who gave himself with tho changing words nnd expressions now peoples' societies and all young pco-pl- o enthusiasm of youth to a llfo ot serlllblca. In tho matter of taxis, great out of uso Into current words and will be held in tho Union Church, vice and said that tho cause that Thoy proforrcd to retain, made, especially by program had boon on Friday evening at the vesper boy r, rould make a man a knight was the Gorman scholars. To this It was lor example, "which" In placo of largely due that a revision was posl-'lil- o "who," "bo" In placo of "arc" and 0:30 to 7:30. John Ray Clark, the one commended by our Lord. Ho then The "wot" In placo of "know." at all. Ideas of tho American rovlscrs finOmlttlont later, to tho publication An ciatnplo of thB kind cf change ally lead, may bo awn In tho onilrslon at tho of tho American revision. Phenomenal Sale .nd of tho Lord's Prayer of tho word "For thine Is tho Kingdom ana tnc Tho revised version of tho Hlblj ' iw'wcr and tho glory, forever." Also had a sale unprecedented In tho In ibo passago In l.ukc Z: 14, which history of tho book trade. When the ivada In tho revision, "On earth peac" New Testament first camo out it j.mong mon In whom ho Is well plea-- i was telegraphed, entire, across th-d," Instoad of "On earth peace, good water and published by an enterprisDuriin? will toward men," as In the King ing New York nuwspaper. .liimcs. tho first year over 3.000.000 copies JZZ. ot the New Testament were sold. Different Translations """A second' group of fundamental Spirit of Revisers .harigca consisted In different transThe real spirit of religious devotion lations, and In this respect great Improvements were mado In tho line of with which the best critical scholarof auch ship of Knglund and America was An example accuracy. changes may bo seen In II. Timothy glen to this great work may be 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 dwelt on tho son so ot comradeship with all who wero bound togother In tho causo of Christ. "1 am astonished," ho went on, "at tho Intricacy, and dcllclacy of tho moral probloms which will confront tho young mon and women of tho twentieth century und cannot oo how a man dares' to enter Into tho comploz llfo ot this PR, HUTCHINSMnSIT century unless ho Is working for tho Rov. William J. Hutchlns, professor Kingdom of God, precisely tho samo causo In which God Is engaged." NEWS OF THE WEEK (Continued frsm first pane) MURPHY STILL THE OWNER Murphy Is still tho owner ot tho Democratic party In New York. At his offlco In tho city ot New York even tho Governor from Albany cornea expect hostilities In tho near futuro and that war Is so Imminent that our fortifications In Hawaii arc, being strengthened and troops bolng sent to San Francisco to bo transported to tho istand. AH this In the faco of tho new treaty ratified without a dissenting voto during tho last weeks of tho last session of Congress. IN OUR HI It was almost Q. & C. Q. & C. Railway OWN STATE may n Continued from first page entirely consumed. STRIKE. s Tho striko of tho firemen ot th-has not been settled but tho company now has its trains running on schedule tlmo. They ore now receiving freight and tho freight JUST ARRIVED wish forty a at other this spice at to pay his respects and tho speaker and not only theso dlgnttarios, but tho Democratic of tho State. Up to tho present ho Is unyielding and says In effect that If his underling, Mr. Shoo han. Is not elected to tho Scnatothero will bo no senator to tako Mr. Depow'a placo on April 4th. This is Amorlcan Democracy, liberty. of tho Assembly, poll-tlca- trains aro running also. The railroad authorities socm to havo the hotter of the situation Inasmuch as they have- made repeated offers ot Battlement which havo not been accepted. - CHRISMAN, p'l The Furniture Man life-lon- RUMORS OF WAR Tho press has been bristling with war news during the past week. Tho American troops aro mobilized on tho American boundary. Just what is bolng done In Mexico nobody knows, but It Is reported that an adjustment ot tho difficulties between tho Govern ment and tho Insurgents Is being discussed with the possibility of Iaco. Out in tho faco of all this, atneo we must have war, the papers have It that Japan Is tho objective point, and we aro told that wo FAST TRAINS FOR LEXINGTON A movement is on foot in Lexington Booking to induco the L. Sc. N. Railroad Company to run its fast train 8 by that city. It Is pointed out that tho two trains going South could Ik deflected at Paris, go by Loxlng-ton- , then over the L. fc E. tracks, now owned by tho L. & N., to Win- chester with only tho addition of eighteen or twenty miles to tho distance and something like a half hour to tho schedule The trains from the South could llkcwlso go by tho same tracks from Winchester to Lexington and thence to Paris. This would obvlato delays and changes on the part of those who wish either to go to or from Lexington. w iMniininiiiiirniM r fa. Jl HI Spring and Summer Style Display These Qori.es Will "Make Good" Their Cl aims To Superiority. We have fitted up the small store house next to the one that was burned, and on the same side of the stieet, about fifty yards from our old stand, where we will sell millinery this season. Owing to our misfortune in getting our stock burned we shall have only the latest and best styles. We shall most gratefully appreciate your trade and as we have a splendid trimmer, Miss Ida Martyn, who has had twelve seasons experience and is gifted at her trade we arc sure we can give you satisfaction in your hat. . . . MILLINERY ANNOUNCEMENT ... We Guarantee owing to limited space, We will lisve no formal oMiiliig till hut any lime you wMi to buy your hat of us we arc ready to ijlve you the most courteous attention. We are ready for business and can till any order, as our trimmer is especially good at making the stylish braid hats so much In vogue lust now. Wc appreciate verr order glei us and our greatest wish Is to please our customers first In the Iwcoinltigncss of their hats, anil hats in second In price. We will sell the cheapest, Rood style, Heres this ear. Call on us at jour convenience and let m prove tills assertion true. Your kindness and patronage are solicited. Respectfully. MRS. LAURA JONES Every Order to Give Satisfaction Oh every hand you are User; with clothing claims yet there can be tut one best. PUT OUR TALK TO THE TEST. , The quality of Goldman-Beckm(Cincinnati) Clothes is expressed in their creative designing and their expertly chosen fabrics and these features augmented by a great organization of master tailors. an it logical that when these great fundamental factors are systematically united these clothes excel? ' Isn t right design and careful tailoring. To be high valu. the fabric must he expertly selected for the greatest intrinsic worth at the and the business volume must be large enough to permit judicious manufacture. price well , To be becoming a suit should fit I: 16. which reads, "Kvery scripture Inspired of God Is also profltablo for doctrine," Instead of "All scrlpturo is glvon by Inspiration of God nnd Is profltablo for doctrlno." version altered tho Tho revised form of tho lllblo by grouping the verses onco moro Into paragraphs, at tho uamo tlmo retaining tho old verso numbers for conenlenco In refcrouce. ' doparturo was also mudo of much Hook." poetical by urranglng importanco rassagoa In lurctlcal form. ' Verses In Paragraphs thanksgiving, humility and prayer; thanksgiving for tho unbroken progress of the work, humility for tho imperfections of a task which still foil short of their high Ideals ami prayer, "that tho Gospel ot our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, may bo moro clearly nnd frebhly shown forth to all who may bo readers of this seen In the close of tho preface where tho revisers expressed their feeling of . - All these essentials Goldman- n"5- fcvri Beckman Clothes embrace. So when we invite you to our -- pring display we have Interest .you. some-thin- g more than ordinary to No! lhat we have $20.00 suilj on sale at $10.00. Bur lhat we have here for you the highest type ol clothes lhat $10.00-$15.00-$20.00-or Americans a Factor That tliu American revisers were a real factor In tho work may li seen when wo learn thai over 300 of tholr suggestions wero adopted In tho four gospels. Tho Kngllsh wlio-- AND LOT FOR SAUK suw well built modern utlye flvo toom cottage, plenty ot water, good pardon and barn, lot only few minutes walk from postofflce. See J. W. llosklns, lloreu, Ky. 1IOUSK your price Challenge this claim with your own careful judgment by a personal call when conwill buy. venient. 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. for criticism Made by...... Just a word abont fabric patterns. Ihe spring season novelty trade. Goldman-Beckma- For n had a few weaves produced especially for their Of ihese fabrics we, fortunately securxd a Necessarily, however,. representative showing. Ihis division of our come early if you n. , dupljj is limited Letter1 BEREA ROLLER MILLS Bcrea ANDREW ISAACS, Prop. '14 4 oULD BY j. J. ENGLE C& SON OA Beren, Kentucky Kentucky V Page Six THE CITIZEN ITe eause t tore you Iotb you freed tier hand and stood back, choking tho words that would bavo rorcalod his secret. Ho lied now for tho love of this girl. "Nell Is out thoro watt ing for me In a small boa,t, ho continued, pointing beyond Obadlah's to tho lake. "I villi sco htm soon, and than I will return to Obadlah's to tell you It ho bos left tor tho mainland. Will you proratso to meet me there tonight!" "I will promise" "At mldnlBht " March 23, 1911 SERIAL? STORY The Courage of RAPID PACEJNJTEMPERANCE Inches, placo the trap nl the few covKimnu) How to Get Drunk Common gamo traps aro now used mouth of the holo, and cover as rVorld Is Forfltttlng Ancients 8pent Immense aums almost exclusively by experienced nbovo. "Yes, at 12 o'clock." of Money on Wine. trappers. Drive stakes In tho ground, form They nro easily moved This tlmo U 'iu Mnrlon who camo pen, leaving nn nbout from placo to placo, require but ing n circular-shapeeyes shono llko stare. to blm. Hor (Ily JOHN WATHON WlirTF) n momont to set, and may bo secreted opening In ono sldo largo enough to Tho wnrl.l Is nearer real temper- "And If you make Nell go to the nnywhero desired, on land or under admit tho animal. If tho ground Is tnce today than at any time In Us his-mnlnland." sho said softly, "when I frozen, build n square pen of slicks. water. meet you I will will tell you some Or For general purposes we find a Cover tho pen with brush. Put tho "Teetotalers mny not bellevo this, but thing." JAMES No. 1 trap, ot standard mako, to be bait in the back part of the pen. set If they read tho following they will Tho last word camo in a breathless OLIVER very satisfactory, (some uo 1H for cob. As sho slipped Into tho patli renllio that Iho world at least Is CURWOOD raccoons and similar sized anihow lo get really good and that lod to St. James sho paused for mals.) n moment and called back, In a low Jrunk. Tho men of 60 or 70 yearss Whcro beaver .otter and such large volco: "Toll Nell that ho must bo for tgo wero great drinkers, but lor point-irnnlmals are sought, larger traps must Wlnnsoino's eako. Tell him that her on how to get drunk nnd spund ot course be obtained. falo Is nhortty to bo as cruel as mtno aionoy It Is necessary to turn lo the It Is also deslrabto to provldo some toll him that Wlnnsomo loves him, mclnntfl. j tHaitretii VUf C Kttiaer sort of small firearms for dispatching Trap 8et Level With Surface of Caesar on a certain occasion wnu and that sho will escape and como to Ground. Uio animals otter being captured. A blm on tho mainland. Tell him to go lrunk wllh wlno Is said to have given revolver la woll adapted to -S- o!" his Charioteer, a tip (OoprlgM IMS bjr llul,bUorrlll Co.) tho trap la the opening nnd cover Kutycbus, Sho turned again, and Nathaniel him, nnd ha would go to Her. In thbi, as any larger ball would damage amounting to $SO,000. tho largest llehtlr. SYNOPSIS. stood llko n statue, hardly breathing-some way ho would get her to tha Uio skin nnd lower Its value. This last is tho most successiui money tip on record.was a drunkard. Always shoot tbo nnlmals about the until tbo bound ot her feet bnd died boat, even If ho had to tight his way I'hlllp of Maccilon employed, and VathantH Plum, of tlx wood away. Then he walked swiftly up uio In tho eye or tho car, so method wo havo ever hend and If table atas- through Arbor Croche's men. Typhoon, lands secretly on Ucavec island, may be practiced with cqunl results Ho always left Iho banquet much Uio better, as there wilt bo Ho u sua' toot path that led to Obadlah's. Ho KtronRtioM of Uio Mormonn. Narorlng. Alexander tho flreat. his son. With this return of conDdencc In capturing any of our common lur rtfnly confronted by Obadlah I'rlce. holes In tho skin. In tbo drink. It old man unci n member of the I rorgoi ills own "anger thaniel's thoughts reverted to his fewer bearine animals. Halt In short, hoi Inherited his woakness for council, who ten iiim tiiat be is I ment that pulsated with every fiber present greatest noed, which was food I . The rule,, Is that.. nny . month con low logs, with a trap nt each tnd, la look hlni two days nnd two nights to iiormon .. .I:r'cojK" ilcep off a banquet, lie died of drluk - i of his bolhir. forffot his old caution Since early morning he had eaten also n very effcctlva plan. lions inai no nus nui iw wtow . ' 7' i bargain for the pramunlUon aboard tho I nnd tho fears that gavo birth to It nothing nnd ho began to feel the climates fur Is not prlmo as early as A brlof ment on ot tho hnuni3, ioo.i. it tho use of 32. ovcrythlng In those moments physical want In a craving thnt was niunyslus. tho younger, tyrant of to trap for Ono must be guided bait and proper places , .1.1,. . 1 1 Soptcmber. Near but Marion and his own groat happl- - . HUbw. president of wont on sprees which lasted Hires bo neces , each Individual animal will , b ,oca, cmalc con,mon JPrlce's cabin Nat etcti uio iriRmcnca iavv ness. Nnll'a nbienep meant nolliiur to Decerning ucuie.) months at a lime. Ho lost his eyesight disappears In tho Obadlah had not returned to bU homo of n young woman who Ihe propor season for trap- - sarv. overindulgence. darkness, leaving nntodar ot lilac. II. blm now. Ho bad held Marion In Mink Haunts atreams. Mpociaiiy through . develops that rlum'n visit to tho island .11,8 arms, no naa torn uer oi nis 1070. liu lliaue up iim uiiiiu 4iaw uv wwn was In tho habit of sitting at netlvo around bridecs. culverlo and llnd entranco to Uio cabin and help Id lo demand totllomcnl from Hie king. until midnight, tit rnii c. for the looting or lila slilp omo nnd though Bho bad accepted It with himself. A sudden turn In Uio path drifts. Feeds on fish, birds and all aoon and sticking there tho time. unresponsiveness he was which he Was following, however, ro- gonUo r.mnll nnlmnla. any of whldl IIUIKO rating and drinking all of the sloon with orders to bomfcard bt. I thrilled by tho memory of that last ealcd one ot tho councilor's windows Tiberius was a sincere drunkard-Afte- r cood bait tho freshor tho better. Sot James it nai Inorai nin rauni becoming emperor of ltomft he limn, 'rim takf along the edges of streams, two Nat ho prcssod trap nglow with light, nnd ns rrtnln nrruy darkness, lo. tho vine's home, and fnlth, conlldonce, nnd perhaps even quietly around tho end of tho build water. Ualt traps was drunk so often that hU to four Inches uuder through n window lie boos the (cine and more. What was mat someininfc sho traps In run- nicknamed him ' iHbcrlus." meaning of ns directed. Hecroto tho ing tho sound of a low volco camo tn Ids wives, unions whom Is tho ladyeev- He had two boon companthe I'rlco would tell him If ho got Neil safely him through tho open door. Cautiously the lilacs, whom cans saya warn, under roots and driftwood along "tippler." num ho ni uio inns i oi' rntli wile, lio Is streams, whcro tho animals aro apt ions. Flarcus and I'lso. with whom warned by n. young Bee. where he approached and peered In, A largo weening atnge ivnmnn iimt bin llfn Is In danrsr. Hirans- own lornltr ho knew that, by tho oil lamp, tho light of which he had Disturb things nH UlUe ns went of sprMs. At the to pass. , .. of twelves I'lum coraiany. protenses imm,- i .uau icanng trpmhlo of her voice tho nosslblo. sDlnah water over your Jiey deplored thu prevalence fond of nation when ho hoars tho captain's seen in tho window, wa3 burning on . was very Tiberius unce. and promises to punum no suiu-soouing caicn oi uer urcnm, uiu trncks to remove signs and kill human table In tho big room but the volco n!ul died from eating Urn strange glow In her eyes. With her camo from tho llttlo ctoset Into which B, Bait scent. Handle thu traps with gloves mushroonii. I liciy whipped. The 'kinir orders Arbor brother away sho would confide In wrong kind nn. Obadlnh had taken him tho preceding Nowhere In all tho world today will Would sho tell him Uie secret nlrrlif ,"l0.hc mlnntOR Muskrnt Haunts streams, uvcn htl ping, and nlso learn that tho furs of Vn onvnml n'nd kill tho itwo men. I'lura and Nell of her slarcdoin to Strang? Na nomo nnlmals become "prlmo" later me ilv nn fish frocs. roots, etc lo- - you find ns many confirmed drunkards itoirnr,! tin bnani thn among tho Thrnolans, thnnlel was conscious ot no madness .i,,,Minn ii.tI, ,,f h ni,i mnnriinr than that of others. fK Jff'Srffi- miiiLs or carrots make good bait, nl is thorn woro n (he wild hopo that tilled hlin; coth It tbo flesh vldo of n fur turns a tlioiiKh wo do not consider ball at all thn Iberians, thn Celts or tho Scythila Nell's sister. She la not on Incoherent raving that and then didn't get to Btrans. Mum u)fsestii cnrrylnp licr I . imnnao,0 In him nnw bolng stretched u day necessary, and llnd tho muskrnt ex- ans. The man who They " off on tho ship. Nell approves. set his blood tingling, incro u a nor-- dark bluo after was consid&Kreo to Include Wlnnsome. with whom I Marion would meet him at midnight. tremely easy to capture. Still, one irunk very day or two Hi Sho would go with him to tho boat, that creeps to Uio very pit of ono'a tho we.ithor Is cooler, as bluo furs must know how. Trnp at the foot of ered queer, ta "Kat. drink and amuie yourseii. ah about half tho price of slides and near the water 'dxo whom rncets Marion and toils her that Nell lias nnd then ah, he had solved tho prob- - soui that sends shivering dread from Ssrdanapnlus, tho n eit ine uiana. mo inunaer oi shipun Is leml Ho would use no force. Ho . o they frequent, carefully settling some else Is vanity," rnld iiniioAa nnn II prlmo ones. imtn has heard and klarlon tells Irim his 11V..O " In Th " nn H,ln ' " In ron.mbrbei-last king of tho Assyrians, ana iuo Sho would tell her that Neil was in his caDtured bf lha Mormons I I I "' ...,V. 1 , n ,wa,l wltfi n I uu is uiuuv " " nleads with him in loavo the Island nnd canoo half a intlo out from Uio shore lm,l l . wf,lv II, nf Kords were written on his tomb. prevent hor brother from returning. Bhe nameless tear. It haunt, and food. Tho Creeks wero rooderato drinkers ays notiuns can nave uer rrom mraiiB. and that he had promised to leave It I -- d trap for It occord.ng.y. until they began to ropy tho luxury of Uio Island for good It sho would go "alnC88n quailed room. It CHAPTER VII, Continued. Wo do not favor den trapping for iho I'crslan fes'.s. Tho Romans ImiAnd once out to bid him good-by- . if a clammy hand bod reached out nny animal, because tbo first catch V tin rt II f n ITllln H ttimm n linlf (I tated the Greeks. Then tho wholo from Uio darkness and gripped him Bhe surrendered to tho detennina- - woul(J tcU world went on n saturnalia. thnt h(J ,md cd to h'ep. by tho throat. Ho drew back shivering may senro all tho other inmates ot ncf was tton In his' voice nnd ther moved slow and he would gtvo her his heart to until they will Icavo and seek In the beginning no wrong every limb, nnd tbo volco followed tho den any ly along tho path, listening for thought of drinking, and the moralists other quarters. upon to provo tho lovo that In trumplo mclan-rholOne of the Best. li, Bait, sound that might como from nhead of had mado him do this thing, and then blm. shrieking now in a sudden burst When a den Is located we prefer to cten advised drink to dlipol of insano mirth and dying away them. NaUianlol Iiad already formed ho would row her to Uio mainland. lllppocratia upheld drinking trap a short distance a nay In the trap. Stake the moment later In a hollow cackling people to drown his plan of action. From Marlon's ,p3UlnK l0 nm, wet leaves over Iho It was tho sight of Obadlah's cabin laugh that seemed to curdlo tho blood pQths onJ runway!1 spring is near the trap as fnr from tho bank as tho chain ind earnestly advised vords and' Uio voice In which sho bod brought his caution back. Ho In his volns. Mad! Obadlah Prlco wa3 from tho den. If a trap their sorrows In wine. will admit so tho weight of tho Indulgenro ., uttered them ho knew thnt It would I that a baited trap u.o -j- - - " - mad! Step by step Nathaniel fell den,proUy certa(n ,near the water will will drown tho rat tin they seldom re- 'ft The Romans carried over bo useless for him ns It Had been for wll0,o catch an cxtremo never equaled In unguarded back from the door. He felt himself b0 of surprise fell main In n trnp lung till they gnaw Nell to urge her lo flee from tho Is- - clamaUon lips. There was no light to C.luttony and Intemper-inc- o ago, den of animals In a few nlshts. Ula trembling from head to foot. His heart land. There remained but ono thing '"m Always aim to select a spot for tln lr foot off and Wane. upland and reigned, and huge fortunes wero Opossum Haunts both thumped within Ills breast llko tha a baited trap where tliern nro good for him to do, no he foil back upon Uio t In single repasts. lowland woods nnd nlorg streams. beating of a hammer. For an Instant ncbemo which ho had proposed to Of tho many ftants given by Vltellu Kaslly any kind of Knts most thero was silence a sllenco In which Marlon's broUicr. Ho realized now cost less than $1,503. and his raptured by any of the nbovo baiting not olio strango dread held him breathless that he might bo compelled to play dropped reign was nn nlmost continuous A baited or an unbailed trap, unless ho whllo ho watched the glow In Uio door tho gamo Commmlus was a notorious lu a stump or hollow log. has often drunknrd. and Septimus Severn wa and listened. And after that quiet rould secure assistance from Obadlab, wo proved as offcllve as any mthod thero camo suddenly a cry that ended His ship 4nd men were in tho hands not much hotter Several died of over ever employed. In the exultant chattering of a name. of the Mormons; Nell, In bis Bearch III the flowing IkjwI. TLurcoon Haunts and food practi IndulgenceMellogabalus ascended Iho At Uie sound of that name Na for tho captured vessel, etood a largo When cally tho samn as (hose of th mink. thaniel sprang forward ogaln. It was historiographer wboo chance ofinlsslnghlmthat night, nnd In esK"clnlly fond of ilsh. S4 traps Ihrone ho had a to record tho orgies. being Marlon's namo and he strained hio that event Marlon's fato would depend upeclal task wan as for mink: also along logs In the on him alone. If ho could locate n ears to catch the words that might Forty courses n day wero served ni ins water where tho aiilnuls feed lor feasts, each ono of which cost not lent hmall boat on tho beach back of Oba follow It, Aa ho listened, his head 12 to 36 B, Bait. Stick. A trap near tho water's crawilih. dlah's; It ho could In somo way luro thrust half In at the door. Obadlah's A, Forked Inches High. $10.00(1. He gave fortunes lo now edge, with a bright piece of tin on tho than Marlon to it He gavo an Involuntary volco became lower nnd lower, until Inventors ot drinks, for a most on rare t shudder at Uio thought of using force at last It ceased entirely. Not n step. signs of animals; then bnlt nt a dls- - pan, proves Coon. eftec'lve luro $3,010,000 Aplclus , i,v,,.i ih.. irn un curious .Mr. iDon tho girl at bis side, at tho not a deep breath, not tho movoment . wlnr and dishes. Ilo went over ni Skunk Haunts mostly bluffs, holthought of her terror of those first of a And disturbed the stillness of cordjnK to tno 8X0 of , animal. Wo day and found ho had but and upland woods. Fond of tak books ono tew moments, her struggles, her the llttlo room. Ily Inches Nathaniel hayB practlce(1 each 0f tm, following lows up Rather than slarvo on under unused buildings. J2S0.OO0 Ictt. abode Ing His broken confidence. She believed In himself. Apl 1!(.PM,fuiv drew himself Insldo tho door. and methods inch a plttnnro he killed Kmploy ihe same ball blm now. Bho believed that ho loved heavy boot caught In a silver on the . t0 ,np mtt of aa for opossum, Tl polecat (civet clus discovered how to keep oyster a pIeco of her. Sho trustod blm. Tho warm step but the rending of wood brought a ,ree a 8tump or on u,e side of n log. Jong shipments. For this cat) eonios under th same beading alive during soft pressure ot her band as It clung no rcsponso. It waa tho quiet of gel tno trap directly under It and h he was revered as u demlgoJ. skunk. blackening gloom ot o his arm lu tho that pervaded the cabin, it waa or gnUy with flno leaves, dust or dead Manv of the famoui drunkards uraiiK iho forest was ovidenco of that trust, I "Hello. Obadlahl Hello HsIloP He a strnnge. growing fear of death that Brags, $J00 worth of wine at n single meal. anxiously, In Called Cheerfully. film looked Into his faco Prepare Osod Whitewash. jntm jj to sr. inches entered isaiuaniei aa no nuw uuiru-Tako a At n llttlo luncheon given to Cicero qulringly when they stopped to listen, through To prepare a good whltowusfi, take and 1'onipO' X I.ucullus. IC.000 worth betray Ilfo within. He tiled tho door across tbo room and peeredold coun- (n ienKxut thrust It Into Uio groumt a like a child who was aure bt a the narrow aperture. The fcw inches, attach a piece of gamo to half a pailful of unulakcd lime, add a of wlno was consumed by thu three. stronger spirit at her sldo. Sho held and found It locked. He peered In cllor waa half stretched upon tho ta tne upper end and secrete tho trnp. cup of sail, then jkiut In enough (tour These facts lease no doubt thnt we v Indowa, listened, nnd knocked it to her breath when ho hold bis, sho at the last concealed himself near ble, his arms reaching out, hit) long, rlitht consistdie a small cavity In thn bank along milk lo reducebriskly the tbo lme until aro comparatively sober nowadays. all listened when ho listened, her feet fell nnd attli mnfiilnnr thnt- tha little old thin fingers gripping its edges, nu a Mroam. cover with bark", wood or ency, stirring ww " villi revivor criii nriiQ urTimi nn Kiciuit'ii i throw a piece of ball back In It dissolved. face buried under his shoulders. It Blthop of Lincoln on Total Abitlnenee, In him councilor was still at St James. For looked as It death bad como suddenly nioss, with caution. Her conlldonce Addressing n crowded gntur.nng m Na-- an hour ho waited, from tho rear of was like a beautiful dream to footway led to him during some terrible convulmen at the annual church parade of thanlel and' bo trcnibled when ho pic- - Obndlah'a homo a narrow u moment Nathaniel Koele-tlefol- - sion, but after and Mm tlrluisby Meiidly and Trado tured tho destruction of It. After a toward tho lake warilyNathaniel ns an nnlmal saw that he waa breathing. He went now as Sunday, August 28 last, the new llttlo he reached over and as If by ac- - lowed It. over and placed a hand on tho old prey. lllshop of Lincoln made an eloquent cldcnt touched tho band that was ly- - In search of through For halt a mile man's twisted back. tho forest and pirn Tor temperance In all things. Ing on his nrm; ho dnrod moro after It took him "Hello, Obadlah! Hell- o- hello!" h Preaching irom St Paul's words. nnd drnw Mm warm llttlo ended at tho white sands of the bench. cheerfully. "F.very hihii that strlveth for Uie masstrong palm and In neither direction could Nathaniel called (TO BU CONTINLTD.) llngcis into his rcat tery Is temperate In nil things." h held them there, his soul thrilled by sco a light, and keepliig close In the Rlsbop drew nn .malcgy between tho their gentlo subinlsBlvoness. And then shndows of tho trees ho made his The Guarantee. athlete's preptratlon for tho contest In another breath thoro came to Mill way Blowly toward St. James. He had Anronos of the superb additions to nrd the neeesnlty for preparation t' his Joy a thought of tho terrible powor gono but ft short distance when ho Metropolitan museum In New York. F. resltt life's temptations. "It mi want Uiat chained this girl to tho Mormon saw a house directly ahead of him, Hopklnbon Smith cald' to light the powers of ovll." ho said, king. He longed to speak w.orda of a slnglo gloom of light from a small "Thoy uro good works, too They "to mnMer lustful nppctltea nnd con enrourancmeul to her. to Instil bopo window telling mm mat ll was in are all good works. Not llko our quer (tebhty InHtlncts, you mu P In her botiom, to ask hoc to coufldo In habited nnd that its tenants were at American Itembratidts. yourself Into training I have iKtn a lilm the eecrot of tho shadow jihlcb homo. He circled down closo to tho of our mil"I am afraid that most teetutjler for r.O years. I Jon't hung over her, but tho memory of water looking for u boat His heart bought their ItembrandlH toe It; 1 don't ilnsinnllzo upon It. what Nell had said to him held hla leaped with sudden exultation wnen lionaires '.iolde carelessly much as (Jobs ( ho saw a small skiff drawn upon the lips closed. but I do recommend It. Vou will gain bought his. They bad walked (11 sllenoo for I beach and his Joy was doubled at find hsulth, iwer of brain and bod), ai.de "Oobsa Colde, accompanied by his ,(... ,!,. ,ui. ii. a otri arminpii. I Inir tho oara still In the lockB. It took will remove yourself ftiim an almos-pbe.dnughtor, Miss Lotta, picked out a 1 -15 cf temptation." la not very far now," she wills- - him but a moment to shovo tho light "It - 21 ' a foreign dualcrV. and craft Into the sea and a minute later Tlembrandt atplanking down the rash pored. "Vou must go!" beforo bo was rowing swiftly away from tbo then, very sternly: "Only a HUle farther." ho berged. Recruits. Galoens In the coop and ruu, lllustrnted here- which pirvents tho top from falling said Khn mirreiiilcrud nealn. hesltatlncly. I land. with tho principal advnntagcs are tho when raised. It Is easily slipped to Pules tho saloons cau roriult "Now, see hero, sir, do you Nathaniel was certain that by this and they went on, moro Blowly than eaiy portability of the device and one side when the root is to be low. 2,000,000 or 3,000,000 boys tiom oach this Rembrandt?' befoie. until they camo to wborc tho time Nell had abandoned his search " 'Yes, Mr, Ooldo,' tho iloaler replied. the opening and closing arrangement er'd, Tho ventilator of tho front Is generation us raw material, moM t nath met tbo footway that led to for the captured Typhoon and was A seve years' (juarnntee govs with for the coop part, says Iho Orange suprlemei tod by a second ono In tho them must on close. Ono family In I probably paddling in the direction of Obadlah'H. Judd Farmer. The roof Is hinged to i ear, both protected by wire netting ivery four or five must contribute :i tho canvas.' "Sou. now yim must ko." wbls- - Ht James. With tho hopo of Inter "Oh, very well.' said Coosa, mol- tho bck, and whoa lifted takes the to prevent thn entrance of rats and boy to th demon of mm moro terceptlng him ho pulled an eighth of Marion msalii. lified, and ho took out bis check book position showu. TIim aides, b. are other prowlers. Tbe handles at each rible than any man or woman-eatinJn thlu U.,t mimic-ii- t Nathaniel crush mile from tho dhoro and rowed slowly and fountain pen." fsstontd to the roof, but noi to the end make the dally removal of the monster of mythology, lias your famof the Island There ed her hand tiKlnst bis broast. his toward tho head front. At a a the front Is also hing- coop an r asy matter. Tbe sUes Indi- ily already contributed a boy lo this bod tbrtiblilng wllli a wild tumult, was no moon, but. countless stars ed to tho roof, j (hat It will stldo up cated way hi varind to suit the sUo ilory Mo!och or is It going to do mi' A Modern Ologents, meant not glowed In a clear sky and upon tho !' sud a Jitlf of what ho of Iho Hook or tho conviojunce of tb he ilch4 and down. and if not, must not to.iia neighbor w? hunted i .ov rcii L.ui.u(im iiiv rrni his Him. uiUtii l.1ke Nathaniel lould too for a rlght-haurornur of piu'.UYittJii. "With o'l my heart and so.il. taiall) htvo to contribute more thua At the t ruid tliortt conblderablo distance ubut:. him. For Hut 11 Ue nn have as "Forgive back litcn. coop ft out U aowu u 111 Ut Vlrk's .Vsjarlno. An l'om-- t lo4 ui another hour he rowed back aud forlU Marlon " tin wbliiK'n(I. "Id was n Captain Plum tj and then beached his boat wtthtn dozen rods of tho path that came dow from Obadlah's. It was 10 o'clock Two moro hoursi He had tried to suppress his excite ment, his apprehension, his eagerness, but now as ho went bacK into tno dnrkness of tho forest they burst out nnow. What If Mnrlon Bhould not keep tho tryst? Ho thought ot tho spies whom Nell had said gunrdeil tho girl's home and of Obndlah. Could ho trust tho old councilor? Should ho confide his plot to him nnd ask htr nsslstanco? As tho minutes passed and theso thoughts recurred again nnd again In his brain he could not keep tho nervousness from growing within him. Ho wns suro now that ho would baro to fight his bnttlo without Nell. He saw tho necosslty ot coolness, of Judgment, rind ho began to demand these things of hlmoolf. struggling sternly ngalnst those symptoms of wenknesa which had replaced his confidence of a short tlmo before Gradually lie fought himself back Into his old faith. Ho would savo Marion without Nell, without Obndlah. IX Morion did not como to him by mid' night At would bo because of the guards against whom Noll had wnrnod TRAPPING IS PROFITABLE RECREATION IN WINTER Few Hours Each Day During Dull Season on Farm Devoted to Capture of Small Fur Bearing Animals Affords Sourca of Revenue. st ny m. a. g . rtit cxclta-vrcentr- '81?&Kyett& 1 " L 7 m ZI N-r- iUJSJ''StSl W5S - crw drunk-snnesa- ?"BSH,,iL!ii.0iUS fSi?h;CUS?. rci'Urtb."; Vi n 1 JTZ .! T&Zrto. w- TT1 1 1 ,,.. ,.,, ip-r.- ili-a- singlo-handc- d Bp-n- ,.,. cov-deat- u - w COLLAPSIBLE CHICKEN COOP ,n,mi pre-scrl- - Nd m-re- ld fr r for--th- at nt'r rhu? March 23, 1911 FARM QAEDT'iSI LABOR FOR CORN PUN FOR SEEO CORN HOUSE ana Detailed Instructions Given for Con struction of Dulldlng to De Set en Concrete Piers. ELISHA HEALS NAAMAN TRADE IMPROVES Iron and Steel Lead the Market Cold Sn.ip Had Chilly Effect on Buying. Now York. K, 0. Dun & Co.'s week ly review of trade said: Recent Improvement In trndo condl llniia Is very slow, Irrucuhr nnd con Jorvatlvo nnd Is chiefly In evidence-- In Iron nnd steel. In which there Is a SitJty S!..l LtiMa Itt Aft. 2, 1911 The small seed corn house shown In tho accompanying diagrams Specially Arrir.t td lor This Pcptr should bo built at least 3 feet nff M, nd sot on concrete piers, writes J. TlCT-- 11 Klnns t. Memory iiwigni nm. m tho Ilrecder's Gazette. T.K880N II. Tho building Is 1C feet square and 10 VerKfs U. TKXT-"Ixunto w, and GOI.ni.N feet from floor In aniinr txt yr iavd, all the mils of tin rsrtb: Tlir llvo rows of piers 4 feet apart for I um (lol, and tltr r l nonn else.' nnd the txa. 1'iurs are feet apart In the row. TIMK-Mo- at rrholsrs place this rvit n 11 n isi5 oerea toiiege m FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS. Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of Over 64 instructor, 1365 students from 27 states. Largest college library in Kentucky. NO SALOONS. So many classes m.t , K.k , all BREEDERS fV -- Better Quality and Mare Bushels Per Aero Should De the Watchword of Every Farmer. a. tvia.svkh) would Bar, begin corn breed-Itiwork upon n stnnll scale. I would emphasise, this becaimo you can give. h nmall pint nioro attention nnd It Is bettor to make a Mr Improvement In n (mull lot of corn than a small Improvement lu a lsrgn lot. A xn.SII pint planted with tho few very best earn will produce enough to provide u una quality of seed corn for the gen ral crop tho following season. To begin with, you should secure a few good cars of tho very licit va rlety for your conditions. If you huvo not already got It, It may hu advisable to conduct a small variety test of tiiose vnrlotlcs which appear to milt your conditions. In this preliminary work tho varieties should bo planted side by side under the samo conditions and n careful study of each made. HavloB selected tho variety with which you wish to begin, give tip all )therH und keep tho variety pure by careful selection and keeping the breeding plant Isolated so that polltn from other Holds cannot tench It. You can ulwaH find a spot uion tho farm when n small plant can be Isolated. Tin ri nro Just ns good reasons for beeping a variety of corn puro as there aro for keeping a breed of llvo stock pure. For thn breeding plat we rhould always select a good, clean piece of ground, where, tho corn can be given the very best attention. Don't be afraid of spendlug too much t lino on this small plat If you use tho product as seed for tho next year's field crop, you will be many times repaid frr the extra trouble. . riant each two cars In ultouate rows and dctasMd all the rows of one of tho cars, to prevent and select seed for next year's plat from tho detnrsolrd rows. All breeding should be towards a rlnglu, definite typo. In carrying out this we must keep In mind the size, form and color of tho ear; tho form, depth, shape, roughness and hardiness of tho kernel; thn covering of btittH and tips; the time of maturity, etc. Tho character and site of the stalk and thn root and leaf develop inetit. as well as the petition and character of the shank, must alto be kept In mind. A good, rigorous stalk may tnako the difference between a good and poor crop, especially when seasons am unfavorable. Productivc-ncrmust, of course, al ways, bo a lending Interest nnd all barren nnd weak stalks should bo destroyed before thoy shed pollen. Tbo careful corn breeder should be personally acquainted with each and every stalk In the breeding plat and a record of the pedigrees of each selected for sed In tho breeding plat should bo kept. First, nijr 1 ntni'. t c Ml si I -- n ' n H n n r 1. Front Elevation. FlwihCs, which aro 16 feet long, are laid on tho five rows of piers. Hills answer for Joists. Tho Moor Is of stuff. Tho studding aro 2x5 Indies and aro spared one-thi- rd 2 Tho rafters are 2x4 Inches and miie cd 2 feet apart. Shingles aro used for mo roor, wbich is pitch, and there aro two ventilators in It. Tho Mtiddlng Is 2xG Inches and 10 feet long, making 10 feet from floor to squnre. Thero nm two rows of uprights from tho floor to tho rafters, tho uprights being 2 feet apart and me rows 4 feet apart; each row Is 0 feet from the outside wall. Make tloorn of wlro cribbing every foot from the Hoor to the square between tho studding and corresponding rows of uprights, ustnc 2t1n on which tn lnv the wlro cribbing. Theso 2x4 sup- orts nro 2 feet apart In each floor. Tho floors nro 1 foot apart. Place n lioard at Bide of each Hoor to Keep corn from rolling off. There nro feet apart s 7J La7M, I ll S V S- - M Side Elevation. doors on each side, eight doors to the side; tkey aro 2 feet wldo and 9 feet high. Kjp them open In fair weath er, I'laco C Inches of corn on caeS floor. Thero will bo 11 floors to caci side of tho seed house. Guard Against Stink Bug. The squash stink bug must be gunrded against on squashes as well as other cucurbits. Remove nnd destroy the leares containing thn shin ing blown eggs. Tho Insects may also be trapped and killed under boards early In the spring and tho young In sects may be destroyed with kerosene emulsion. Tile From Cement. machine has been Invented which will niiiko til" from cement. Tho machines nro small enough to bo used by Individual farmers, and tho cost Is A KIIl.il). a SET OUT BRUSSELS SPROUTS Art Great Delicacy and Represent Choice Dish of Cabbage Family Allow Plenty of Room. This plant deserves more attention than It usually receives In most gardens throughout tho country. Many peoplo do not grow It ut all. The little sprouts borne In great profusion In tho nxlls of tho leave nro a great delicacy and rcpreeent a choice dish of tho cabbage family. They aro cooked similar to cabbage. They are very hardy anil may bo grown In thn north as well as the south, as they may be left out until saafaYc29BuiXsSBieagfA mBbL9bba4SLY9EsbbvbVjP Brussels Sprouts. freezing weather begins. Light freezing does not Injure this plant, and It Is thought by ninny tl;t freixlng reuilv Improves It The plantH may lm started In the hot tied and handled similar lo Tfcwy should bo transplanted when the seedlings show tho third cab-uag- plant to tho oioii ground as soon a weather permits In tho spring. Sot out In a rich, moist section of the garden, ami allow plctify of room. There nro many varieties of Brussels sptouts, but ono will hut no difficulty In tecurlug n nitlsfnctory rarletr hi u.cfct till of I hem are dtolrabW. loaf. (Irow then rapidly nnd trans- Two garden crops a season means almost double profits. Amber cano and hamr corn ara good crops for rough forage. For cheap roughage thero Is probably no bettor crop that tho millets. Corn easily beads the list as tbo best single grain for fattening lambs. It Is perfectly fenslblo lo apply rock phosphate to ground recently manured. Straw may be only n small Item on tho farm, but still It should not bo wssted. Ah a ditch filler, to prevent additional and washing, straw U good. Onion sci'd for rlpa onions should bo sown as early as tho ground can bo worked In good order. Oats respond readily lo good treatment, so u thorough preparation of the seed bed is important. No factor perhaps tends to add more to tho successful growing of Migar beets than proper rotation of crops. The Importance of maintaining (ho fertility of ur high priced lund Is gradually becoming more and mora evident. Home farmers may think ll unwise to use n big tractor In drawing a small load, but by w Wo and Judicious planning tho expense enn be materially decreustd. Tho worut enemy of cantaloupes and cucumbers Is tho leaf blltfht or "rust." a fungous disease', and this nosltlvely can bo prevcntnl by Uaiejj mid tLoroiik'li nirajlcu-water-soaked OTBS for the black obelisk mentions wars of the Assyrians under Slialmauczer II. again Israel and Ucnhadnd. Honored and powerful, what was tho flaw In N'caman's fortune? Ho was a leper. Ieproiy le of slow develop ment, and ns Naaman retained his military command his malady cannot hnve reached a very advanced stage. It is not likely. In nny case, that tho Syrians observed the same ntrlct rules regarding It as the Jews. Leprosy, however. Is a terrible disease. IHly used throughout the Iilble as the symbol of sin and death. Tho dlflcasc Is contagious. ' It Is most loathsome. It li Incurable, at least In tho present state of our knowledge. Sin Is cur able, but not by man. kaaman was a great man, with a great need; and God prepared a great dellvernnco for him, as ho has a great deliverance for all tho great needs of his children. Uut it was brought about by four very simple agencies. Only Inferior srtlstn make a patado of complicated processes; tho most skillful workers uso few tools and unpretentious methods, nnd nod Is the moat skillful of all artists. Why did Kllsha bid Kaaman to warn Hovcn times In tho river Jordan? To test and strengthen his faltb. Tho Journey would give him time for medi tation, for the nearest iolnt of tho Jordan was, 25 miles In a straight line, but much farther in distance to bo traveled, from tho winding of the ra vines down which It must be reached. Moreover, the simplicity of the act would turn Naaman's thoughts away from outward forms to tho true Ood, He would be sure that the water Itself did not accomplish the cure, else thero would bo no lepers In Israel. And ha would not, at the distance of 25 miles, be likely to ascribe the cure to tho prophet. Why wxB Naaman angry at this message? How was he to tell that this man of God did not design to mock him by sending htm on a fool's errand, to that ho would come back as a laughing-stocboth to the Israelites and to his own people? Naaman had expected the prophet himself to cosio forth respectfully and "wave his hand over tho place" and go through somo my Bile ceremony. Tho sting lay In the fact that the prophet himself took no part In tho cure; that, Instead ot being protic to have fo august u patient, ho Isu4 calmly handed him over to one of his assistant physlciau&--ttho medical skill of tho wntcrs of Jor dan. As Naaman went sway tn a rage how was he put In a more ocnslblo frume of mind? Ily one of his servants; Nuuir.au seems to have had great fortune In his servants. My father, said the servant with respectful affection. If the prophet had bid thee do some great thing, wouldst thou not hove done It? Ycsl Of course ho would, und the greater tho better. What was the result of .Naaman's obedlcucn? Tho result that tilwnya conies when men obey God's commands, he was Instantly and completely clcnnscd from his leprosy. Kan-mini'- capital of Hy- wurM, rnmrd blades," uiwl " Kumarla, the for Its stlkn, "ilnniunk capital of Israel, ubmit 110 mlli dls- Unt. Tho miracles of 171 ill a were, nearly alt mlracks of kindly hclpfulnesn. What wcro somo of these? Those Immediately preceding and following our lesson: healing the unher.tthful wa ters of n spring; bringing water Into a dry valley for the aid of tho thrco kltiKs; paying a poor widow's debta by Increasing her oil supply; restoring to life the son of thn Shuuammlto woman; making healthful some pot tage Into which a poisonous plant had been put; feeding a hundred men with 20 barley calces and a few ears of corn this nnd the preceding being In time of famine; healing Kaaman; making a lost ax head return to the surface of the water. Who was Naaman? He was under the king of Syria, Henhadad II. Ucnhadnd, who had been wont In his youth and mlddlo nge to lead hla armies into tho Held In person, seems now In I1I3 old age to hnve found It necessary to entrust the commnud to a general. Nanmnn had gained renown by freeing his country from a powerful foe, probably Assyria, th tlie nldfRt n, Its swnnlK, rlty In the for "Dstnsiirus riACi;-r)amaci- !s. In the rrlcn of Jchoram. th- - rim of Alisn, klnit of Isrnrl. who rrlsnnl It. C. !4-K- il Otlirr yricuu that It occurred In the rlen X. of Jrlinithax. ft. C. larger d'.nnnd for structural materials, n more cheerful sentiment as regards plfT Iron and better mill condltons In finished materials. Tho volumo of transactions an measured by tho usual ttntlstlcol testa Is pomowliat under that of last year's, but It Is generally latpcr than In the preceding quarter, while business sentiment Is helped by the hopeful autlool: for tho crops. Mills Actively Engaged. A special teacher for each grado and for each main subject.' that each student can be placed with others like himself, where he can make most rapid progress. Which Department Will Yon Enter? THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advnncod. 8amo ltattrr library and general advantages as for moro advanced studonts. Arlthmsti and tho common branches taught In tho right way. Drawing, Singing, Dlbl. Handwork, Lessons In Farm and llounohobl Management, ta. SYm Uai nneoumglni; reports predominate In Iron and steel notwithstanding that buying of llnlhhcd matcrlala Is 011 a if'tebtlv reduced scale. New booking fire scarcely up tn tho mark establish rd In February, but tho mills uro more actively engnged than at any tlmo tlnco last fall. Prom Indications ft rail scema likely that some contracts will bo received from Cana dlan railroads, owing to the sold-ucondition of the mills In that country, Inquiries for 2.1,000 tons from one system being noted in domestic markets, In Textiles. Very conservative tradlntr is report cd In the primary and secondary dry poods market, yot some mills arc busy, while others, notnbly cotton mills, are being forced to curtail production In a. way. largo Silks, wolcns and wcruUdr, llnenc nnd somo other special lines r.how buslhffs enough to off good-size- placed by Jobbers who wcro previously holding out of the market In the hope of securing concessions. The tone of r.nB Is now steady to firm.generally are Tho Mdo marketii Qijlct. tint prices are well maintained on all varieties. Ccld Retarded Spring Buying, tlrariptrri't'a weekly letter said: Distributive trade is still nulet. mora to. nerhnns. than In recently preceding weeks, because many visiting buyers have returned borne to await the first Indications of the trend of spnng retail ilffitrilmtloti. The latter branch of trade has been. In turn, checked by a sharp cool snap, which has a largo nrca of the west and mirth, and while- not sufflclent to stim r winter for ulate' demand roods has, nevertheless, operated to re tard business for spring wear. Eactcr Hat Trade Busy. Of tbo leadiiig llnso of wearing ap- paiel perhaps most activity lias beer in mllllnerv. lu which the toue Is real ly optimistic. Staplo dry goods have eold fairly well, but price or tarm are a check. More Men at Work. In the Industries tho features are n over-rprtaleft-ove- set tho depression manifested In cotton circles. Leather Prices Steady to Firm. Tho Improvement In the shoo tra.li t:r,tcd lavi week still continues and fur orders have licon Ihcr Kood-Blse- highest educational standards. NORMAL, 3 and courses fit for the profession of teaching. Firs yoar, parallel to 8th grade Model Schools, enables ono to got a first-clacertificate. Following years (winter anil spring terms) gle tho Information, culturo and training necessary for a truo teacher, and cover branches necessary for State certificate. MUSIC, Singing (free). Rood Organ. Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, Dand, may ba taken as an extra In connection with any course. Small extra a books. TRADE COURSES for any nho havs finished fifth grado (fraction aad compound numbers), Drlckwork, Farm Management, Printing, Woodwwk, Nursing, Dressmaking, Housohold Jlf nagomeut "Loam and Earn." ACADEMY, REGULAR COUR8E, 2, years, for tho who hAT larfs7 finished common branches. The most practical and Interesting atttdie to fit a young person for an honorable and usoXul life. CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offerod In thla course so that a young- - mas may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady la I lorn Bclono. ACADEMY, COMMERCIAL, 1 year or 2 years to fit for business. Brea a part ot this course, as fall and wlntor terms. Is vary profitable. Small extra fees. ACADEMY, PREPARATORY, 2, S and 4 year courses, irlti Latin, man, Algebra, History, Science, etc., fitting for collcgo. COLLEGIATE, 4 years, Lltorary, Scientific and Classical courses, wttJ uso ot laboratories, scientific apparatus, and all modorn mothods. Ths 0r fees. Expenses, Regulations, Opening Days. Berea College Is not a money-maltinInstitution. All the money received from students Is paid out for their benefit, and the School expend on an average upon each student nbout fifty dollars a year more than he pays In. This great deficit Is mado up by tho gifts ot Christian and patriotic peopla who aro supporting Dcrca in order that lt may train young ma and womu g for Uvea ot usefulness. d linn nnd stHl. but against this la to be noted a larger capacity employed In furnace and mill than lor many months nasL lluylng continues con servative. Tho rallwaya are purchas ing catitlmibly and tho Higher pucos demanded for pl; Iron apparently superinduced something- of a lull In that market. Business Failures. Huslnesa failures in the I'lilled Statcu for tho week ending March 1G wr 2S1. mralust 230 last week. 20S In 1310, 324 in 109, H03 tn 1U0S and lCf In 1907, lhtsiuess failures In Can.ida for tho week number 27, mjalmn 40 last week aiid 2.'. In 1910. rather lesn aiTer movement to buy other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no rami for tho One buildings In which students live, charging only enough rooa rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing ot bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week la) the fall, and $1.50 in winter. For room, furnlshod, fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 cents a week In fall and spring, BO cents In winter. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee to return ot room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and Is returned when tho student dcpaits. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school buDoV lags, hospital library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or sertlces f teachors all our Instruction Is a free gift). Tho Incidental Fee for moot students Is S5.UU a term, ?G In Academy and Normal, and 17.00 in Collo-gla- to courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by thn term, board by the half term. Installments aro as follows: FALL Model School Vocational, Normal anil Academy J COO G.60 OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to proteos the character and reputation of tho young people. Our students come frota the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge. All except thoso with parents In Berea llvo In College buildings, and assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to tho value of their labor. Except In who. ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to tarn a part ot their penses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different peoplo. Berea favors' plain clothing. Onr climate Is tho bosc but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wrap and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes, aro nocc3sary. Tho Store furnishes books, tollot articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and Incidental Fee ltoora lioard, 7 wcoks Amount due Sept. 14, 1910 Uoard for 7 weeks, due Nov. Total for term If paid In advance WINTER Incidental Fee Kooin Joard, 6 weeks C, 1310.. I Collect 5.00 P.60 !M5 t 7K 6.VI , 0.45 $21.05 9.45 830.50 9.l $22.01 $20.05 9.45 $29.6u $29.00 .4I $31.50 S31.0S $ 7.0 C.CI THE Cincinnati MARKETS Grain Market. ' $30.00 9 6.00 $ &X0 S4.0."i4..".0. do family $3.15a3.t0. low gradj $2.C5a .7.1. spring iKitent 5.40a5..iU, do tancy $4.CSa5. Wheat No. 2 red 91a94c. :o. red SoatOe. No. 4 ml, 7SaS3c. No. 3 CVjrn No. 2 wfolto 4Sla4C-white. 4Sa4SVjC No. 2 ycUm 48- -a No. 2 llow 4Sa48V4 4!)e, So. 3 mlxd 48a4S., No. 3 mixed 47!a 4 No. 2 wailto 34'.iaJuc. Oat itarCiud wh2c 3a34Hc No. 2 mlxul WlnnVV'lntvr 6.00 s 00 $20,00 9.00 $29.00 $73.1,0 $ COO C00 9.00 $21.00 .f i Amount duo Jan. 4, 1911 Board for C weeks, d- - Feb. 15, 1911. Total for lerm If paid In $22.N 0.01 S31.M S30.M $ 7.01 '9.00 $30.00 $25.50 $ COO advance SPRING Incidental Fee lloom Board, 5 4.00 Glr.cmnatl Live Stcck. t5.15aii.15. hJtcher steers, extra 5.7ral, good to ohoico good t choice jl.7ja5.G5; iinvs, ex tra $4.CSa4.S3; xood to cnolco xi.tuaUnionSO.iS .50. Hull 1 r.i..nntw.it nil $4.3383.10, extra jj.Mal.2.1. Calves ia K.tra IK 50. lair to gooa Ji.25, common awl largo tJuiOa..ru. Hugo Good to c.holeo packers ami mixed packer buto.'K'rs $7.107.20, I7a?15. comuiun to clKIcti heavy fat IbAaad $4.r,(i6.l.1. eosi25. tfhiou--Kxtr- pIbh (lloJ 1.21. good to 17a? Kstra ;C CO, choleo $3.75a4.1r.. Umb h-j- ) weeks , C.75 4.00 C7S $16.75 $.75 i.0C .71 $17.71 C.78 ti nnr. i;.'.- - extra S.l.TuaS.SS: Amount due March 29M911 Beard for 3 weeks, due Ma 3, 1941 $15.7r C.75 It Is j shame that this brautlful s story must close with a recital of perfidy. We may be sure that pave ben Inserted If it would the lule wero not 11 true out'. Gcha:! Is tho Old Testumont Judos. Gel.a:i misrepresented tho t.mo religion to Naaman and tho Hyrlun nation. Tho story of Naaman has been said to bo tho best illustration In the Old Testament of salvation from sin. How It Indicates tho hldcousnesa Is this of sin. liln In like a leprosy, citing-- . Insidious, dcltlliig. mutilating, dltillg- urlrg. It le the dieense most to Do dreaded. It Indicates tho unlveretiity ot slu. No rank Is exempt from thi :urso and 110 condition of life. It pic tures false views regarding ralvtittoit from slu. Men seek the wrong means ot salvation, as Nauman was sent ti Johorniii Instead ot Kllsha. Men entertain tbelr own Idrat ot rnlvutlo:i ind want it tccocir!!kcu' In their " ty- uer Cincinnati Misrellareem. eUlck 1't'jMry- - lleiut 14c lb. n 22c lb. ducks 14c. turkeys t I'rlmo llwia a9c. Kkk lKc, Huttor iTrtimory. l'o- 1iC, lirt SliUifiliiev tLllrv r.im sl... ilrulu l'Jc AUn- - r'ai'VJ $1..loaG.:.1 a bbl a bbl. Carrots N. O. tbv.ve tikiTt-Color) 3lafitf doiwi. S0n4i' dcmiii. gei-w- earllns 4.25a:i. urate. in . 1' KBKIltr Homcgumn J2.2Sa2.50 .a Malaga Grapes . 1 0 u i ...iiuiiix California SJa3..0. $2.Viv $23.H0 $24.M Total for term $23.00 $04.01 If paid in advance $23.00 ( REFUNDING. Students who leave by pormls&lon befoie tho end of a term receive back for money advanced a follows: (No al'uwunce for fr action of a week.) On board, tcfund In full. On room and "Special Kxpcm.es." ttete Is a largo loss ixra-slou- ed by vacant rooms or depleted classes, und the Insilunldii ri'fiind of tho nmuunt which the etii.lnil tins p.iM for 1I10 rotiulnlDg only one-hauceks of tho term. On Incidental Fee, studmits tciiwed before ihe in'ddle of a lerm Mil r f the lucldoiilul fc; paid, h:Oi fJitl(lcnti will relvu (1 certlllcatit for be received as cash by Ilcrea Collego on payment of lerm bills by U10 ti dent In percn, or .1 brother or sister, If presented ullbin four larnus. The first day of Fall tetm Is Septmlor 14, 1910. The first day of Wlnier lorm is January 4. FIJI The first day of Sprlm; term Is March 21, Ull. Vor lo'onnatlnu or frlei.dly advice, vrlto to the one-hal- Onions-Yell- ow Jlal.10, , wCiSto $1.25a .,. ut . crate. 43c a - vr, l. I'otatuu NoNboen Ohio 40a Kloida 2.60a.70 a hamtxir, s:!.5isi urn. WILL C. GAMBLE, CEREA. KENTUCKY. Page Eight. 0OHOHO00OHO000OHOHOHOKOHOHOHOOHOHOHOHOHOHO THE CITIZEN. llarrard County visited tho homo of J. II. Lambort from Saturday till Sunday. Goo. Poynter has recently moved to tho property of Mrs. Mary Wren. T. S. Wren has recently moved to Garrard County. Mrs. Lizzie Thompson of Berea visited tho family of Geo. Poynter a fow days last Farm week. Marlon Poynter is Mck ers aro hustling their work this flno weather. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Wren were In Boone, Saturday. March 23, 1911. MADISON COUNTY Nlf.VKIl CHKKK Mikis Mmm taking Easy East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Ho corteipmdtce rM!ibtd aln B li mt tor publication, bat erldenc ld l y UeHtr. el good falu. Writ lit titre pUltly. OKOROROMOKOItOKOKOKOKOItOltOtXOOtollOMOMOMOMOtlOMOXOilOXOMOM cently burned very badly wlillo mak FOR REPRESENTATIVE Ing soap. Her clothes caught flro as Wo nro authorized to announco the sho was working over OWSLEY COUNTY It J. S. and Mahaffey, of candidacy of Dr. J. A. TllAVKLI.Ens REST Tho. Dunlgnn nro putting a paling Sturgeon, Ky- - tor IteprcsentatlTe of around their garden. J, S. Mooro of Travelers Rest, Mar. 16. Tho farmtho 7lst district, subject to the ac Horso Lick visited homo folks ono ers aro taking advantage of tho pretty tlon of tho Republican party. night tho past week. E. C. I and weather, and aro making things live- OPENING OF SPRING TERM March 20th Oiicnlng of Spring Term, W'cdncs day, March 29, will bring many new to Ilcren. Special classes student tor those preparing to teach. The Spring Term lasU 10 weeks. Seo an nounccmcnt on page bcvcu. JACKSON COUNTY firtAYIIAWK Gray Hawk, Mar. 17. Most every body is busy plowing aud getting ready for tho spring crop. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Kniory Iloblnson, a fine boy. Ills name Is Charley. Mon day Ward and Jack Ward bought "0 stave trees from L. J. Iloblnson and aro making them into ktavca this week. Thcro will be preaching at Gray Hawk tho fourth Saturday in March at 3 o'clock, on Sunday at 11 a. m. and at 3 p. ni. In the afternoon Tho work on the M. B. Church at Gray Hawk is moving on nicely. The weather boarding and celling is con tractcd to A. J. Prlvett and Tom Smith, and they arc getting along well with tho work. Wo hope to get by tho church ready for dedication James tho second Sunday In May. ilrumback bought two mules and a wagon and harness from W. It. Engle for $373. Bruraback sold two small mules for $250, one to J. P. Tin-ch13. Metcalf sold for $123r-- W. ono niulo to Dave Carr for $63 and Andrews bought ono from George for $155. Burt Andrews and W. B Metcalf aro hauling staves for tha Ward brothers. KKHIIV KNOIl Kerby Knob, Mar. 18- - Myrtle Click who has been In poor health this winter has been able to visit her sister, Mrs. G. W. Johnson this week. Sho Is planning to visit at Berea as soon as tho bad weather is over. Littlu Charley Click fell from a wagon ono day last week and broke Ills arm and also throw his wrist out ct Joint. Grandmother Gayhart, tho oldest person in this community, has been In very poor health for the Iast fow weeks. Walter Click left last week for Indianapolis. Ollle Perkins visited friends hero last Friday. Mrs. Emma Garrett and her father fetayod over night with James Click and family last week on their way from McKee. er Grant Tlncher had a working and got a good day's work done. a. R. Roberts mado a business trip to Livingston this week. G. W. Hellard was in our vicinity surveying land this week P. Cornelius made a business trip to Livingston today. John Craft had 30 panels of fence burned up by : forest flro this week. Marlon Shel ton of Tennessee and daughter were visiting relatives hero this week. ly. Kdessa and Ray White formerly of Quicksand who havo been visiting friends hero havo gono to Louis-vlll- o whero thoy will mako their futuro home. Robert Uotner, tho meat man, Is on the road this week. D. II. Wilson wns In Idamay, Sat urday, 011 business. Howell Brewer of Richmond has been visiting relatives hero. Leonard Burch and famiCAHICO ly left, Monday, for Oklahoma, whero Carlco, Mar. IS. Tho frost did they Intend to mako their futuro considerable damage to tho fruit hero home. Hiram Botner was In lleldcl-licrthis week. John Shelton has gono Wednesday, on business. A re on a visit to Tennessee to tec his vival meeting Is going on at Vlnceut hon. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Paubush (his week, conducted by tho Ite.v. have gone to Johnson Co., Missouri Messrs, Johnson and Young. W. II. whoro they Intend to make their fu Vonablo of Vincent has gono Into tho ture home. John Lear, our grocery fur business. drummer, was here on business last Friday. John Summers has moved his saw mill to Mrs. Elizabeth Craft's farm to saw cross tics. Robert Sum mors made a business trip to Laurel County this week.. Farms aro look ng very prosperous at present. C. Mooro have their tobacco racked ready for shipment. Mr. and Mrs. .too Sparkmnn aro tho proud parent of a flno girl. W. M. Baker, tho tie man, has been lu Mildred tho past week branding cross ties for W. K Jones. J. G. .Morris, S. D. Rico and W. F. Tlncher visited Charley Mooro and family, Sunday and had some flno music on guitar and fiddle. &AKlN5 POWDER mm only mmhinm mo' Absolutely Pure Ormmm fliMb from Royal of Tmrtmr Ormf Silver Crock, Mar. wcathar has boon very favorable in this section for tho farmers to bogln (heir spring crops. Billy Powell la lm proving very slowly. D. C. 'Pulling und wlfo of Uerea visited mV. and Mrs. Isaac Davis, flunday.-MVoltVlars has moved Into (ho houso ro wntly vacated by John Jones. I wish lo correct tho mlstnko of tho mnrrlago of Mr, Jason VauWInklo nnd .Miss Et(a Dougherty. It was false news that reached here. Pal Powell and lamlly of Berea paused thru enrouto to Jackson County. Sunday. Tho .uiHHos .Minnie ami Kaio iiko ot I Harts passed thru for Big Hill, Sat urday. Bradley LaKo, the plcturo agent, has retired from his business until July. Then tho firm will be known as Lako and Evcrsole. Sunday school hero Is progressing nlw-ly- . Everybody como out and take part. 20-Tho or I This Particular Brand KINGSTON 17. James Murray Is In Clay County buying cnltle. The Fir Particular Dressers Wfule it k true that fine clothes do not make fiae men, the man will always command aMcs (too. When you buy weD-dieit- NO ALUM.M LIME PMSPHATE Kingston, Mar. Hart, Nannlo Morgan and Elijah Hart Misses Verrn Parks, Mabel Flanery wore calling on Miss Mnry Clnrkston, and Fairy Settlo spent Monday night Sunday afternoon. with Miss Susan Yates. Mrs. L. f Powell and children of Big Hill V1NK Vino, Mar. 15. John L. Pennington sjiont last week with J. C. Powell and Is reported sick this week. 11. Poo family. Miss Nannie Golden Is cry and Miss Lucy Robinson were quiet sick. Miss Eva Lewis entertained a ly married, March 6. Wo wish them a number of friends at her home, Friday night, In honor of SL Patrick's Day. Miss Bessie Powell Wednesday night with Verna Parks. Miss Martha Maupln was called from Philadelphia, Pa., where sho Is training to bo n nurse, 011 account of tho Illness of her sister, Katheryn, who has pneumonia. Tho Misses Jes sie nnd I .yd la Young were In llercu, Tuesday, on business. Mr. and Mrs. Davis Monday sient Saturday night and Sunday with tho latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson Miss Gusslo Rucker will return home, Friday, after an extended visit with har sister, Mrs. Whit Green, of Lexington. Mr. nnd Mrs. lewls Sandlln am very sick. Mrs. John Powell and daughter, Suda, wero lu Richmond, Friday, on business. "Shield Brand" Clothing you are certain to get a cor rCt &t, and plenty quaky in Prices are every garment. withk reach of aH s'nt The Average Nan $1I.M THE LOWEST ROCKCASTLE COUNTY U 1 1.1)1 K llllll.KV Ilurloy, Mar. IS. There has been much sickness In this neighborhood this wlntor.-Ja-ke Gabbard Is improving from his rheumatism. W. M. Baker from Clay County was In Jackson County Iatt week on business. W. It. Gabbard traded a horso to Eliza Angel at MIddlefork for a fine milch cow and got $60 besides. F. Cornelius bought a tio raft from David Gabbard on Indian Creek. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Jake Gabbard, u fine girl, Feb. 17. A girl was born to Mr. ond Mrs. Geo. Gabbard, Feb. 22. Fob. 27th, a 16 pound boy was born to Mr. and .Mrs. Sherman Isaacs, and March 14, a girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bailey. Martha Gabbard who went to Wyatt, Mo., some tlmo ago writes back that she likes Missouri very well and Is well satisfied. Tho Rev. G. B. Bowman failed to fill bis regular appointment at lamlly left, Tuesday, for King's Mountain, whero they will niako their futuro home. We regret very much to lose him as ho is a splendid doctor. Born to Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Brana-maa flno girl on tho 11th. The baby Is doing flno but tho mother is reported very sick. Colonel Mcnc- cc Is reported very sick. Tho Odd "ellows aro erecting a nlw hall here. Mrs. Joe Jackson of Tlnslcy Is Isltlng her mother, Mrs. Brown, this cek. Georgo Griffin who has been sick for some tlmo Is slowly improving. J. R. Dotson was in Berea Inst week on business. Mrs. Sarah Rucker was In Richmond last week. Geo. Mooro of London Is visiting his sister, Mrs. T. S. Brannaman. ho Is very sick. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coffey visited .Mrs. Coffey's father Dlsputanta, last week. Mrs. A. Reynolds has returned to her liomo at Livingston after an extend ed visit with friends and relatives hero. Mrs. Mary E. Hases of Be rea visited friends last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford of Brod- head visited friends hero from Satur day until Monday. Miss Lou Philips who is in school at Lexington wns with her mother last week. n, Wiidle, Mar. 20. G. C. Hayes of Clark County visited friends hero last week. Dr. W. D. Laswell and Mine is ;i song of the average man Who has been on earth since the world Iterant You will find him kind, and you'll find him true You'll find him cheerful and happy, too. He's never proud, and he's never mean, He walks the earth with a conscience clean, The squarest fellow that God could plan On earth today is the average man. lie loves his wife nnd he loves "his home, He isn't the fellow who likes to roam; He keeps his love for his fuUqw-maAnd bears his burden as best as he can. He's a gentle neighbor, a faithful friend, And will fight for him to the bitter end. The decentest fellow that God could plan On earth today is the average man. The average man doesn't cheat or lie, Or wrong his brothers. He doesn't try To climb to glory and gain the crown Hy pulling a weaker brother down. He's always found on the side of right; His crest is always a spotless white, And oft as the wrongs of the world I scan, I thank the Lord for the average man. Deficit Free Press. n $21M THE HIGHEST Give us a trial and be convinced. For Sale by R. J. Engle (& Som Berea, Kentucky TUaHack cm! ealar, Qui? Ii a erwy Shiudj LAUREL COUNTY ION HAM llonham. Mar. IS. S'lulro Smith from Jackson County nnd Morris Miestnut from Ixindon fweru guests TERMS: Said Jand will bo sold of E. Deiiham, Monday night. ruin and wind storm struck on a credit of six months time. The this vicinity, March 7, that has been purchaser will bo required to execute .nown for several years. Very llttlo bonds with approved security payable damage, however, was done. E. Den- - to tho Commissioner, bearing 8 per am sold his homo farm to Mai Ion cent Interest from dato of sale unHush a fow days ago and will move til paid, to havo tho force and ef to tho farm ho owns near London lu fect of a Judgment with a Ilea re fow days. Miss Llndla Johnson tained upon tho land until all the purchase money is paid. hu has boon sick so long Is not Im II. C. Rice, proving In health. Master Commissioner, M, C. C. PUBLIC SALE ROCKtUlIU this 'place, Saturday and Sunday.--Sund- ay School Is progressing very well here. MAIXHKN week. .Mrs. Mattlu Gadd of Rockford vlblted relatives hero hint Sunday. las. Oldham and A. D. Lovett were at Conway last Sunduy. Hattlo Poyn-te- r and L. P. Lovett visited Bertha summer us traveling salesman. and May Lambert near Snider, Sunlioyd Parmer closed out a two months day. J. H. Ijnnbert gavo tho Suu-da- y subscription school at Tyner, Friday. school at Palrvlcw a lecturo on MlMlltKI) Temperance last Sunday. Mrs. E. Mildred, Mar. 18. A. J. Browning 8. Poynter has returned homo after is hacking cross ties for J. J. Dunl a pleasant visit with friends and relaKan. Mrs. America Tlncher was re tives In Berea. John Wheeler of 1 Maulden, Mar. 17.-- T. C. Cart and ills crow of men from Heidelberg aio now on our creek branding staves. Uu Davis after being gono from tills county for nlno years has returned homo and will spend tho summer with his sister, Mrs. H. C. Ward. Master Denny Amyx of Annvlllo Is on a visit to bin grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Amyx. Miss Lucy Mooro returned home, Sunday, after u weed's visit with her brother, Robert, at Olln. Mitt Cora Amyx lias iKH-very sick this week with bronchitis, but Is convalescent. R. O. .Metcalf purchased a farm near Kthel, and moved IiIb fumlly thero this woek. Wni. Melton is now occupying tho house, recently vacated by Mr. Motialf. Wo aro expecting unity a warm raeo for School trustee in our district. J. K. Short und W. A. Oopo nro candidates. Leo Peters and Mrs. Margaret McGeorgu of Klnghton Mwnt Saturday night at (ho homo of Geo. Amyx. Jus. H. Short contemplates going on (ho road again tills Ilockford. March 19. Miss Klzzle Ponder of Dudley and Miss Mlnnlo Hamilton of Rockford visited Miss Ueulah Vlars, Saturday and Sunday. Old uncle Richard Davis who has been sick for some time died last Tucbday and was burled at tho Witt graveyard. Miss Pearl Llnvlllo visited .Miss Lula Waddle, Saturday night. Win. .McCollum and daughter, Myrtle, Miss Bertha Ilullen and W. C. Vlars mado a business trip to Berea, Wednesday. Ilobcrt Bowman of RockSord, visited his father and mother, Mr. and .Mrs. I. A. Bowman Saturday and Sunday. Miss Lula hi. Waddlo visited Miss C. P. Llnvlllo, Friday night. Wesley nullen whose fool was hurt very badly last Monday is some better. Miss Myrtlo McCollum vlblted Miss Bertha Ilullen last Wednesday night und Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. I). G. Waddle of Hamilton, Ohio, aro Isltlng their friends and relatives near Rockford. -- HOONK March 20. Sam Lambert, lallroad fireman, hus recently moved with a crow of men to Richmond. Mrs. Carry Woodall Is visiting her slstur, Mrs. Ida Huff at Tayloravllle, III. W. R. Wren left last Tuesday lor lllluols, wlieru ho will probably for somo time. Miss Bertha Thomas was lu Boonu ouu day last lu Boon.), tho long and happy life. Esther, MCETOWJ died Rlcctown, Mar. IS. Sunday was llttlo son of Wlillo McCreary, an exceedingly warm day. Tho tem March 2nd. The doctor supposed that perature reached SO degrees. Sunday tho eating of raw corn was tho cause t his doath. There Is very much ex night a heavy electric storm prevail ed. Wednesday night the temperature cttcmcnt over tho measles In this pom m hnd dropped to IS degrees. It Is be- munlty. A protracted meeting lieved that tho most of tho frujt Is hold hero last week conducted by tho killed, especially and peaches. Rev. Ball and Mr. Langdon. MUs Green, Reynolds, son of Aaron Rey Maggie Hurley, of Big S:xton, visitAllco Hurley, Tuesday. Lewis nolds of Cow Crook, died but Friday ed with typhoid after being sick for over Ferguson will leave next week for month. Paul Gabbard is sick with Texas, whero ho exacts to live In typhoid, but Is Improving. H. Galv' tho futuro Davo Hurley had a workbard, Sr., had a tlo getting, Monday. ing tho 9th. Eighteen hands wcro Jas. R. Gabbard spent Saturday and present and ho got 170 panels of fence Sunday on Longs Creek. Isaac Gab- - put up. Mr. and Mrs. Jlnunio Mooro FerHard and Rill Mcintosh, of Cow Creek, visited tho latter's aunt, preached to a largo crowd of ieopIe guson, last Saturday. Miss Mlnnlo at tho Jr. Hall on Longs Crcok, Sun- - Matthews of Maulden visited her lay. R. W. Mlnter had a fine hog rousln, Julia Ferguson, last week. dlo a few days ago. Ellen Wilson W. T. Browning died at his home, the of Cow Creek Is unending a week 12th, after a long Illness at tho ago of 61. Ho hud suffered many years with R. W. Mlnter and family. with cancer of tho noso but had alDaniel Robinson Is making preparations to build a kitchen. J. R. Gab' ways borno his suffering well. Ho ard has a felon on his thumb, and remains wero laid to rest in tho famias not been able to do much work ly burying ground near hero. A wlfo for tho last fow days. Com is worth and six children aro left to mourn 60 to 75 cents a bushel hero. Colson hfc loss. Tho bereaved family havo Duff, tho oldest citizen of Ousley Co., j our heartfelt sympathy. led, Thursday night, at tho homo of j ESTILL COUNTY his son. Billey, ou Wolf Creek. Ho LOCUST BRANCH as 97 years soven months and twen x Locust Branch, Mar. IS. Tho Rev. days old. Hu was burled at tho old Gilbert graveyard on tho I.uusford preached hero (ho second Saturday and Sunday lu this month. South Fork river, Saturday. Silas Powell and Mrs. Bee Isaacs CLAY COUNTY wero married tho 9th of this month IIUH.MMI NI'ltlNCH at tho homo of tho bride. They have Burning Springs, .Mar. 17. Miss moved to Red Lick to mako their luugen Is visiting homefolks at homo. Dr. Leonard Harrison of JackBeech Creek, Penii., this spring. died tho loth of thU son County Chester Rico or this placo and Miss month of lung trouble. 11c belonged (ora Robinson of Adella were mar to tho Odd Fellow l.odgi) and to tho led at tho homo of tho brldo List Masons. Tint doctor was a single man Friday. W. H. Curniack.i travleln but will bo missed by many friends man, spent this week with his family in this community. Prlco Reeves of of this placo. Miss Hope Hlbbard of Station Camp nnd Mlm Florence Sldoll is visiting her aunt, Mrs. S. R. Coylo wero married tho 16th of this (.larkston, this week. Mr. and Mrs. month. They will go to Station Camp l!eo. Baker announco tho birth of lu mako their homo. Mrs. Vernlo their tenth child. Miss Mattio Park- - Collins who has been visiting friends visited Mrs. Dean Maggard, this nnd relatives nt Drip Rock returned 00k. James Jewel, a popular young homo today. Silas Powell has built man of this place has gono to Okla- a now houso 011 II. G. Illckuell'H homa to locato for somo time. Mrs. placo, across tho crook. Mru. Molllo Win. Hubbard has been very sick for Hlcknell and family visited Mrs. Du-!some tlmo. Hlcknell ono day last week. Tho Misses Virginia s ty-siah offer for salo to tho high est and best bidder on Saturday, Mar. Wo will 1911, 2 o'clock p. m., on tho in Berea, Ky., Tho Berea Canning and Packing Co.'s plant consisting of a lot of land fronting 140 foot and running back samo width 200 foot situated on tho L. & N. sldo track In Berea, Ky., near tho Depot. Said lot has upon it a first class A BIG BARGAIN at promises factory building with ample ware house attached and Is equipped with now nnd modern machinery for can- In a farm containing 89 2 aeres situated on Copper Crook Pike atx 1 miles miles west ot Berea, 4 cast ot Paint Lick, Garrard County, Kentucky. This farm Is almost entirely level, Is good land and has on It a good six room houso and out buildings, a new tobacco barn costing tit0, a splendid orchard, flno drilled woll In yard aad foun tain of stock water Just In the riiht place. Possession given at once If booth t. VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE I also have a very valuable tow property In Central Berea oa sooth side ot Chestnut St., opposite Nawill bo accepted. tional Bank building. This lot s Persons wishing to seo or purchase 127 foet front extending back 175 tho abovo property beforo dato of feet and has on It a good six room, salo should call upon thu undersigntwo story framed house, excellent ed. Terms will bo llboral nnd lo garden and barn. Also a good suit purchaser. framed store building with living J. Burdotto, abovo Store room 25x60 ft. J. W. Fowler. All In good condition and a fine loE. T. Fish, cation for any one wanting a splenW. L. Harrison, did business location In tho beautiM. 11. Ramsey, Committee. ful and educational town ot Berea, Ky. Would sell this property as a COMMISSIONERS SALE whole or separately, together with Edith Brouaugli, etc., Plaintiffs, all my property In Berea, which Is vs. for salo. Por further Information Hagel Haglu, etc., Defendants. address, J. P. Blcknoll, Berea, Ky. Under und by vlrtuu of a Judgment and order of sale rendered at tho February 'IVrm, lull, of tho Madison ning tomatoes, berries and all kinds of fruits and vegetables. This lot has upon It a flnu cistern furnishing plenty of water tho year round for all necessary puriioses to run tho factory, etc. Thu above property will llrst bo offered for salo separately, tho machinery first aud then tho lot of laud and then as a whole and which ever wny tho best pr.ico is offered This Is a groat bargain and can had for only 4C per aero, halt down and balance la paymtnta. Address J. P. Bloknell, Berea, Ky., or Robert Boln. Paint Lick, Ky., R. K. bo D. No. 2. mi OR FINE MONUMENTS 1 Tombstones and Corner Posts for lots call upon S.McGuire, y "Ae5f"" Berea, Ky. Circuit Court, tho undersigned, Master Commissioner of said Court, will on Saturday, April 1, 1911, on thu promises at 11 o'clock a. 111., sell to tho highest and best bidder u certain parcel of laud In the town of Berea, Madison County, Kentucky, nnd as follows: Frontlug Boonu Street lu Berea 293 feet, moro or Jobs, ,011 tho West Sldo of said Street, und running back In parallel lines 2S3 feet; theuco a strulght lino In rear parallel to front I'.no of Boono Street. Said property joins tho lot of A. II. Williams on the North nnd tho lot of I, C, Baker on tho South. Said property will bo offered for salo first lu four lots each frontlug Boono Street 73 foot and running back lu parallel lines 283 feet to tbo rcaK It will then Lo offored as a whole and sold 'so as lo reallto (ho most money. MECHANICS "Written So Ysu Can I'ndmland It 300 Pictures 400 Articles 250 Pages any liciiun. 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