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Devoted, to t3ae Interests-oWo liavo been The Citizen f Knowledge i power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge Is to read a good newspaper. the Moiontalxi People MARCH 30. 1011 One Dollar a year. No. 40 Vol. XI 1. Flvo cents a copy. BEUEA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, BACK TO SAVAGERY Good Clothing for Boys MWIB Wllff wf WCKtT .tmn rh7a If probably don't give much thought to the way your boy's clothes look " lot of people see If he is wearing OU if QlMHlTTMr'T Al ,S J 7.gV Low " Best-Ev- er " f I Clothes 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. v vxnii emtio lC-- V talking about tha prevention of crime. Wo wonder 11 our render seo tho need mid nro really making tlie distinction hetneen the prevention nnd the' euro. Some recent occurrences in the stato would neent to emphasize that distinction. For innlance tin whole matter of th? Night Hidrr troubles was opened up afresh last week by n new outrage nud by the trial of tho ..alleged lender of the raiders o( Ilnpkiimillc, one Dr. Anioia, who was acquitted, of course. Commeiititigliipon that travesty in the court, tho Otrcushoru Messenger hns thistle any: ."Mnybo, nflHrnll, thorn were novornny ulght-ridcIn llopklnsvllle, nnd mnybo tliefcood people of t lit; city wero only dreaming. thnt wny, judging from tho verdict of the Jury." And the Madisonville Hustler joins injihe indictmenit an follows: "There wan no one, ho fnr aa wijfnro ablo to lenrn who was at nil aurprised at tint verdict rendered Thuradny nfplit ut lIopklnav)lle. w nay tliem wan no Hiirprlso nlmply hecaiiHe It Is a lnntler of linpoHalldllty to eonvlor nnyf ono In our State y eourtM who Ih clinrKel with being Inn luoli If that mob should he cornpnecd of nx many n twenty or more peruana. Allhli nro ulwa.vK rendv for any emereney nnd can bo wceurcd In all cane's where they nro at nil nucensary.'y m rs enpe-chill- Berea Bank & Trust Co. Capital, -- Surplus, - $25,000.00 $6,000.00 Perhaps you have saved n few hundred dollars which you wish to invest seme 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 9fo interest. Your principalis well secured, and subject to'y iur demand when you need it. The interest is more than you would receive on a government bond, and as much as you can rightfully expect from an absolutely safe investment. We also invite you to do your general banking business with us. A. there is tho violence following Iho Firemen's Strike on tho Q. .V C. rnllroad. Tho strike is ended nfad most of the disaffected buck in their cabs with nothing gained, because they were in tho And ISAACS, Pres. J. W. STEPHENS, Vice Pres. JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier CON-!- ," THETBEST EVEr BOYS SUIT "LOOK AT THE FEATURES" Bring Your Boy in ana Let Us Fit Him Out wrong. But what of tho loss? Simply (ncstimablo a reversion to tho methods of the snvagn. Men nt their posts of duty shot from ambush by strikers, or tho criminal element in general who took of tho occasiou to grutify their thirst for blood from twenty to thirty dead nud others woundvd at the hands of those who added cowardice to criminality, thus unking their deeds doubly $ heinous assassins. Of this latest disgraco to our stale shall let tho Lexington Horald bo our spokesman in partr THE DANVILLE Y. M. C, A. VENTION st so" r"! rr friendliness R. R. HEWS Emperor COYLE OUR "Recently the flroinen on tbo(ueeu nnd Crescent rnllroad struck to iret rid of neirro entiinvtltlnn. Thoy bavo lost manv day' wages nud caused much dftinnpo nud several murtlers. T''e strike lias declared on, and, if tho strikers liavo gained nnythlntr, It is hard to illscov": The company now-been OHHE WEEK i IN JjWj STATE Friendship China Will Not Fight Russia Clouds Still Hang Over Maxico-Coallt- lon Forming In New York. PLEDGE OF" of Japan Reciprocates j L. & N. Detective Shot Two Homes President Taft's Expressions of, Burn and Nine Lives Snuffed Out Langley's Narrow Escape Gen. Buckner 88 Years Old The DIs grace of Floyd O'Rear Announces. DETECTIVE SHOT n, agrees to uso negro llromen whre thoy have been employed nil the time, nnd no others, an agreement It was ready to enter Into without a strike. Strikes are always deplorablmd should not be called except In case of great ujustlco which is refused remedy. As longns thes--nrconducted In an orderly manner the public wlitsympathlzo with the men, but so soon ns lawleHsrWx nnd assassination nro resorted to, tho trikcftj;et out of the hounds both of sympathy and publje patjeneo." o annual convention. The thlrty-flrof tho Young Men's Christian Asso- elatlons of Kentucky waa hold at Dan Ky.. Slarch 16 to 20th. was Tho work of tho convention done under tho following departments Students, Boys, Railroad, City and the Faculty men. Tho Boys' di- partment waa, conducted by Mr. M. D. Crackcl, socrctary of boys' work, Cleveland., Ohio. Tho student depart- waswcll handled by Mr. O. Peea 'Stoto Student Secretary oWv JUlWtfV hirf JiUDor ana Mr. ui : RUfy. A from other Kentucky I'olleirea. On tho whole tho Derea dcla- do a fInQ ,mj)n.glllon npon RaUon th(j of Danv)IIo og woi, a8 un. representatives of tho dHfer-vlllon enl Khoos of the state. delegates were splendid- rba cntcrtalned In tho homes of Dan-Th,'0 , tnlnk oyery delegate waa more Jthan gatufied, and only wishes that p,0 Biay hav0 tho eXqUi8lto pleasure of agaln vl8Ulng tho blrth-plao- o Thoodoro o'Hara nnd Kentucky hospl-ijieo, e f1!8. !l ,B at o.V'fitaJc secretaries foanavervwhero were encouraging to'Mi: nnruiun andM ., , ilcnry. General Secretary nr onnius TTBU FRIENDSHIP L & N. Itallroail Detective Itoso President Tntt on March 2ith re- was shot from ambush at Baxter Stn-tloceived fiora tho hands of the Japanese Harlan County, last Saturday I uIrIiTwo bullets entered tP4sK.44(4.trili or "of Japan lit which ho declared Jai last roiwrfa'TtoMj was still alive that ha la couvlnced, that tho Presi- hut unconscious. There Is no cluo dent did not at all credit the "false to his nsxullar.t. and wicked report regarding Japan." VICTIMS OF FIRE MIL t.,llin. lllftl Ik Tim home of Itobert oentry ut i lie r.uuicrur tuimn ....... Is glad to receive from Pres. Taft i,lvln g destroyed 8aturdav n assurance that tho relations between n,Rlt by re Gontrv wUh threo of tho two countries wero novcr moro ch,rcn 08cnI)eii but ,10 wag un. cordial, and ho declares that bo ro- - nblu , n8CU0 hu wlfo and for clprocatoa thnt feeling. 0ill(lr c,dren who were overcome in the flames whllo hu was trying to OHIKA BACKS DOWN Thcro havo been rumors for somu break through n window to rescue tlmo of war between Russia and Chlua tliem. to ' over tho failure of tho Chinese SIMILAR DISASTER fulfill tho provisions of tho treaty or The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. 1SS1. KusBla has been making threats Veaeh near llarroilsburg was destroynnd sending ultimatums, tho last ed by fire Sunday night. In tho up-s- ;r by tho of which deinauded an answer room of their house, their daughiSth, and the answer conveying satis- ter, Mrs. L. llrldgers, wlfo of a Methofactory assurances was forthcoming. dist Kvangcllst from .North Carolina, was sleeping with her threo TIIK MKXICAN SITUATION It Is still difficult to speak with chlldreu. Tho shrill whUtlo of a passany dcflnltcncss as to tho situation ing frclKht wuh the first warning to that Mr. Veach that his houso was on fire, In --Mexico, Onu day It Is said our troops will bo withdrawn from tho lie and his wlfu succeeded In escapleading to the frontier: tho noxt that they are ready ing, but tho stair-wa- y to march across the border; again, room of his daughter nnd her chilthat a Bcttlemont of tho difficulties dren hnd already collapsed. Ho tried tho insurrcctos and tho In vain to rcscuo them from a window between is n matter of a tow hut Just as ho was about to get the Government days; then, thnt our Government will window open ho saw the floor cave Intervene if tho war cloud does not In with them. Mrs. Diidgers' huslilt by April 1st. This much seems band was conducting a revival ut to bo certain. Tho Mexican cublnet Mlddlesboro whero ho was notified has resigned nnd tho Government Is of the death of his wlfo nnd chilbeginning to seo the necessity of a dren n littlo after midnight. movement toward reform. Tho last LANGLKY'S NARHOW KSCAI'K rumor la that President Dlax hlinbclf, Representative J. W. Langley camo In eomplianco with tho demands of near being washed overboard from tho rebels, hna resigned but this lias tho steamer "Colon" whllo returning not been confirmed nnd Is not gener- from Panama off Caio Ilattcras a ally believed. Contlnurt! on fifth (xigc. hla-hond V, But wo doubt if either the Herald should speak so mildly about it. Possibly however that is all odrsfa'te of societv nil) jus- uiy. Still wo can not refrain from calling altentiou again to th cheap that a whim exci ieding cheapness of human life amoueuiir-s- o or n prejudice outweighs it, blasts it so ahep that therois no pausa io (iiscnmmaio neiwpeu ino guilty anu tur .innocent, the outrauo: No. Kentucky da-- a W'aecVtbtakrrfx, -- .andttkcufcrittral. lifii 'neepi irien it i proponed to do it by due procena of law "an a penalty for crime. In that caso life is not cheap the life of tho living. It looms up ns exceedingly precious when you listen to tho lawyers the defense, hear tho verdict of juries, and study our court records. ore iSlZt 'celrf. ihyspnesoc, aTJiB ipa? leading spcakcra of tho fcfgprng term opened eqavenroq wcraino iot. wi. t6ning with United Chapel, tbfl'SKCf VeuSi: : itaJnW.HuWIWittObetllB,, tT fr , , And what is the remedy? This question is our only justification for tho above details. In tho caso of tho Night Riders the militia have been tried and tho courts have been tried and the end is not yet. For tho crimes accompanying the strike there are no militia and nu courts. Tho criminals aro in darkness ns black as their purposes thoy will uovor bo known. Murder, arsou and assassination aro rampant in the hearts of a large element of our population and no fear of sheriffs or militia or courts will succeed in entirely suppress-inthorn. Crime is a disease for uhicli nociety has not yet found a cure, an unfailing remedy. But the caso is not hopeless. Crime is ' preventable dinease. So wo hnrk back to our editorial of the ninth; Tho first step Prenatal Influence ; the first word Eugenics. Anil the editorial of last week; Tho second step Parental Influence; nnd tho second word Training. Theso must be brought into play. It is a human problem nnd tho parents must make the greatest contribution towards its solution; otherwise wo shall revert to savagery. g SPRING CLEANING Spring denning is now in order, and we hope to make next week's issue- of Tub Citizen a "Cleaning up Number." It may liavo special reference to Berea but every article will havo a general appli. ut cation us well. Wo hope to show tho vnlue to tho family of cleanliness in auda-botho home -- and the stable greater efficiency for the bread winners, a snviug of doctors' bills, nnd better health for every inmate-greprofits for a littlo investment of miisclo and brains. And tho same ns to the town nud the neighborhood. Our plea is tho general health and happiness. But thnt is not our only plen. Beauty is worth something Hnd wo wnut tho town clean the streets clean, tho alleys clonn iu respousv to tho aesthetic senso nnd in order to cultivate the sense of tho beautiful. witli In Berea tho two Womeu's Clubs are going to tho authorities and there will bo two or three days given up to the "Moro Beautiful and Moro Healthful Berea" idea. Get ready to help. at storm swept over Pennsylvania, Monday night, doing great damago In many places and causing soma loss of llfo. Pittsburg and Philadelphia wero hoth aufforers. whllo Gerniantown and soom to havo born tho brunt of tho storm. Many buildings wero deand telegraph, telephone molished and railroad communication cut off. TUB NBW KOIUC DKADLOCIC Tho deadlock Is still on In tho New York legislature and the only movement looking townrd n solution Is an overture on tho part of tho to tho Insurgent Democrats, tho Republicans asking tho opponents of Mr. Bheehan to submit the name of certain candidates that they would vote for on condition that tho Republicans unlto with them. Tho Citizen has been wondering why that has not boon dono long ago. Such a coalition ought to bo possible A severe Ta-co- SKVKHK STORMS wlud and electric Tho address bytfu. an,i,o.n Ti.niiD ''The Boor, the Lion an-t- ; More new students than usual nro . .. . ...... t&xx:--. ic. .i tor the, .spring. Ing, on TJunday Opera Houso was ono of the moat and North Carolina. Somo old stu powerful of its kind. A large num- dents who havo bocn detained by ber of men took dofinito stand for teaching or work aro coming bock Christ and a clean life. Tho closo nml nro nr.llnlli. h tlifitr of tho meeting Mas very Impressive. classmates and Bcren friends. Carnival Night was held on Friday The academic procession went off evening at the gymnasium of Central with greater glory than ever, the University. Most of the student dele- - Band lending the way and tho pro- gallons gavo argyninaslnm or musical cession ' reaching clear around the stunt. The Faculty and Secretaries public square. or mo convention each gave a stunt. Tho studies of tho Collegiate The event was especially enjoyable and the Academy run on becauso at tho closo the Faculty la- ns usual, having no break at this dies and students of Central Univertlmo. In tho Normal Department sity gave a reception to tho student sovoral new courses aro started for delegates of tho convention. At tho the benefit of thoso Immediately hour tho Faculty of Caldwell paring to teach. roiiego, tho girls school of Danville, ' gavo a banquet for tho Faculty men INTERESTING FEATURES nnu Directors present at tho convenIn tho middle tion. Tho boys wero not neglected, of the back as they had a special reception the page will be found tho third samo evening. of a scries of short articles Tuberculosis." Berea had tho largest and most on "The End of cnthuslnstlc delegation at tho con- Theso articles deserve careful attenvention. Tho following men wero tion. On tho same page Is tho picture present: V. 11, Davison, George II. and description of tho finest car of Lampo, Leo Gllllgan, R. F. Sellers, corn grown last year, also tho picture Robert Case, Fleming Griffith, Jerome of the prize winner. Tho Now News of Yesterday, a Eastham, C. B. Robinson, J. B. Col lins, Jesso L. Murrell, Cramton Lott, featuro that Is becoming popular, em- Burbon Martin, Luther Brown, fiohcrt J uracea tnreo columus of pago C while Murphy, and tho local secretary. Tho i commas or pago seven nro devoted to Llvo stock. We aro suro theso two boy delegates wero Bruce Faulk-ucolumns will bo rend with Interest and Henry Stllllngs. Tho orchestra led by ProL Rlgby by all engaged In stock raising. For tho want of spaco wo have "had nnd tho Aerial Quartet won quite a reputation. Tho Quartet was Invited to drop tho articles Homo Course to visit In tho near future no lejs In Health Culture, but wo hope to than half a dozen different places. rosumo them soonT Comparo Tho Citizen with other If the orchestra and quartet could papers as to tho character of Its ads mnko a tour of tho State, Berea as won as Its high class reading ,i,Bnd' by conducted M l,m H" SmUh' D D" Virginia, Missionary Secretary th5ly., nn.i teem,-Includ- Tv"" SiMS$2T';'s' rfftrri&rtatraeng;vwa -- "t e pr.-ea- er K, E, A. MILLINERY WELCH'S and "Save the Difference." :- -'r Jr There aro many reasons why every toucher In Kentucky should attend tho Annual Meeting of tho Kentucky Educational Association at Owcnsboni on Juno 27, 28 and 20, 1911. For tho best composition written by a containing not fewer than fifty words nor moro than one hundred words, on tho subject: "Why Should Kentucky Teachers attend tho Oweusboro Meeting of tho Kentucky Educational Association?" I will glvo tho sum of S5.00; for the second best, 3.00 and tho third best, J1.00. Tho composition must bo received by mo not later than twelve o'clock, noon, Thursday, April 20, "It. Tho Board of Directors of tho Associa tion will act as judges. Tho names of tho winners and the compositions wlU Kcn-tuckla- n, le published. Additional information will bo given upon request. T. W. Vinson, Secretary. Fiankfort, Kentucky. Plenty of Occupation. . No man who minds his own busi ness ever computus of having nothing to do. February 24, 1911. Fe Two The Citizen A family newspaper for all that la right THE CITIZEN SEVEN SCORE Ky, March 30 1911 SOMETHING DEATH 1 DOING SEVEN DIE IN WRECK DIXIE FLYER PLUNGES THROUGH TRESTLE NEAR OCILLA, OA, COACHES FALL IN RIVER. ?L true and interesting. vtry Thursday at Publtahttl Bereav, MEET Fatal Defenders My I.EflSON V .. "I I 1 34mI Uim far April t, till Mn-r- y BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. (Ineorporat'ed) P. Faulkner, Editor and Manage. I I fT""" Df -- Subscription Rate PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Ont rear Blx Months Thro Month! . 11.00 Factory Fire Outside Fire Escape OF BODIES THROUGH Not an husbomi ct ' 2 f exm Spct4Hf Arranttd lor This Piper wwrt k&kwW'Sl- ffSCkS ft a AXLE BREAKS ON ENGINE RAIN NETS of falling bodies' from tho blazing top factory floor windows of a throngs that building tho had rushed to sro the flro turned away and hundreds fled. It was a tragedy of panic. working In the Tho l.r.OO people MDMBEIt or building within two minutes after the and flro started became a terror-blinthrong that could not find whdt few means of cscapo there were, When a Legislature Cripples a Woman's Suffrage BUI. More than 150 women and girls and a fow men were killed cither in the flames on tho upper floors of tho build Ing or wero dashed to death on tho XBNTUCKT TOE68 ASSOCIATION. BENJ. D. GREENE FREE Six hundred arc DIAZ pavement below. CABINET OUT known tc have escaped by tho elo-The lament is made mat I tie suppl) FINISHES FOUR-YEATERM ,FOR of crabs Is going backward. Uut thai vators. was not an outsldo fire es There HARBOR COMPLICITY. la tbe nature of crabs. cape on tho building. MINISTERS TENDER THEIR RES Fifty Corpses on Ninth Floor. IGNATIONS BUT PRESIDENT stay away from It la a good Idea to Takes Pauper'a Oath Which Releases How tho flro started may perhaps a powder magazine, even when yov POSTPONES ACCEPTANCE. Him From Hla Portion of never he known. A comer on tho "know" it Isn't loaded. $575,000 Fine. eighth floor was its point of origin o. and tho three upper floors only wore Advocates of a universal language IN WAR SITUATION Atlsnta, Ga. Ilenjamln D. Greene, On tho ninth floor CO bod CRISIS 'seem to forget that we have an offco has who, with John F. Gaynor. tlve ono already tbo language of th ies wero found; 63 or moro persons terra In Just completed ft four-yea- r wero crushed to death by Jumping and yea. Opinion Expressed That tho federal prison hero for complicity moro than 30 clogged tho elevator General United Statea Will Intervene to In the Savannah harbor Improvement shafts. Tho loss to property will not That Chicago woman who tnkes tax Bring About Peace Madero'a frauds, was released, bringing to n I cab rides to euro the blues evldcntl) exceed $100,000. close, so far ns ho Is concerned, a legal Forces Win Victory. Out of 141 bodies only S2 havo boon Isn't blue because she hasu't anj battlo that has commanded attention Twelve women and girls Identified. money. arc dying in hospitals. Mexico City. Tho Diaz cabinet re for tho last decade. Greene's application for leavo to signed in a body at a special meeting With the millennium and tho PanNEW MEXICAN CABINET. of that board Friday. The president tako the pauper's oath In order to es ama exposition both scheduled foi cape further liabilities for tho $576,000 deferred action upon tbe resignations. 1915, one or the other will have tc Former Ambassador to United States The announcement brings a crisis flno Imposed on tho two men when give way. Takes Foreign Portfolio. In tho Mexican war situation which they were convicted was granted aftr. nil here, official or civilian, bellevo can er a hearing which lasted two days. Stoughton, Wis., has the largest John F. Gaynor, Jointly convicted Iul. Washington. ITesIdent DIas took be settled only by a miracle. That Steel ski hill In tbo world. This shows win back to cabinet will with Greene, has completed his sen that almost any town can beat tbe tho first steps to United StAtcs Mexico the resignation of the to by ap cause tho United States the favor of tho intervene tence In the federal prison. Ills ap world at something. plication to tako the pauper'a oath Is pointing Francisco Do La Barra, Mex is the consensus of opinion. The Impossibility of President Diaz pending, ican ambassador to Washington, min The new Manhattan bridge may now The case of tho government against recovering from the blow dealt blm be Eald to bo In successful operation. ister of foreign affairs of hie now cab by tho desertion of his ministers, the Greene nnd Gaynor was one of tbe A man committed suicide by jumping inet. Senor Do I .a liarra at onco tele effect of which, coupled with the dec most unusual in tho annals of Ameri oft It the other day. graphed his acceptance of tho port larations of Financo Minister Llman can Jurisprudence. Moro than a dectour prior to bis resignation that .re ade ago these two were engaged In a The author of "Curfew Shall Not folio and went to tho whlto house and forms demanded by the rebels must contractual million dollar Improve informed President Taft. King Tonight" hw been discovered Tho president expressed pleasure bo brought about, Is indubitably an ment work In Savannah harbor, under In Texas. Well, Toxas la big enough Incrcaso of tbo opposition to tbo Diaz tho supervision of Cnpt. Obcrlln M, and congratulated him warmly. to stand almost anything. government. Is declared by memas Carter. Five Others Named. Troublo began when Carter was ap Although no ofllclal announcement f both factions'. A youn American heir 1b to marry Tbe reason officially given for the pointed military nttacho at the court family; has been made. It is known that flvo action of tho ministers In resigning of St. James. Tho army offlccr who l daughter of a the Is this tbo first step In a crusade te of tho cabinet members have been se is tho belief that It will contributo to succeeded him, Capt. Casslus K. Gillected, and it is almost certain that even up a long uneven balance? of peace nnd fa- lette, found evidences of fraud In the Joso Yves Limantour will remain as tho cilitate tho reforms which arc in con work, which resulted In a three mlnUtcr of finance. A Scranton, Pa., man hoe refused an months' for Carter, a templation. txor of 1,000 for a ben. lie must fine, a term In Leavenworth prison. Presidio, Texas. According to NEW WIRELESS PLANT pave an idea tnat too reduction in tne messenger who reported to Gen. Jose and, ultimately. In tho confiscation by rlco oi eggs will be only temporary. de la Cruz Sanchoz, In command of the government of money he was alAt .Ft. Meyer to Reach Vessels 3,000 the Insurgents besieging tbe town of leged to have secured tl rough tbe Miles Away. Warships would be more admirable OJinaga, Friday, lnsurrectos under harbor frauds. as preservers of peace If they could command of Francisco I. Madero Washington. A powerful wireless the won an important victory In the he so constructed as to be reasonably DIX HITS INHERITANCE TAX telegraph elation of tho navy, capable have safe for the men who operate them. vicinity of Chihuahua, routing the fed of canrmmi eating with naval vcasela eral troops after 160 had been kilted Governor cf New York Saya Law Has A western contemporary wants to 2,000 and poastbly 3,000 miles distant and 40 taken prisoners. Cost State Much Capital Many know what lino Is tho most beautiful from Washington, will te erected at cognizance of Washington. Taking Citizens Leave. Ft. Meyer. In tbe English language "Inclosed press reports that four Americans plant will be de had been executed by Mexican sol This find check" Is a promising candidate. Albany, Y. Governor IMx N. signed to keep the headquarters of tho diers In Chihuahua and four others at The aviators now are getting mar American navy in close touch with Agua Prieta, the state department In sent a special message to the ried and giving up their air travels, war vessels in tho Atlantic ocean. It structed tho United States consular legislature recommending the repeal Marriage is a thing calculated to has been iho dream of naval offlc&Ua officers In the vicinity of tho two of tho progressive inheritance tax law, passed by tho legislature last year, bring the avcrag6 man down to earth. to erect mch a station In tho environs places to Investigate, which, be says, has "caused removal too national capital. of of capital from the stato In an alarmIn a riot ip a French town tho riot MRS. CLEVELAND NOT TO WED ing amount." ore made the streets run with cham Last of Four Brothers. 'It cannot be known at this time," pagne. There must hnrve been an unNow Haven, Ct. Prof. Henry Milch Is saya the message, "that tho operation usual amount of spirit In that lively ell Whitney died of heart disease. Ho Executor of of Rumors on Estate Behalf sues Denial of tho law will result In any material riot. was tho last of four brothers, of whom of Widow. gain in revenue, but it is known that the other three wero Prof. William the change has caused removal ot New York cab and taxi ownerB have Dwlght Whitney, the Yalo phlloglst; New York. S. S. Hastings, exscu capital from the state In an alarming petitioned the city council for pcrmls- Prof. Joslah Dwight Whltnoy, the Har slon to reduce their fares 25 per cent vard geologist, and James I.yman tor of the cstato of the lato Orovcr amount 'In a recent conference of financial We certainly live In nn oge of won Whitney, for somo years head of tho Cleveland and In chargo of Mrs. Cleveland's personal affairs, issued Ibe fol officers In Now York city It was said drs. Boston public library. lowing statement: that the funds thus removed already 'The paragraph appearing In ono of exceeded $100,000,000 and that the We may now telegraph by tele Accepts Athens Call. the weekly society publications sug number of citizens which tho state phone. At tbo rnto modern Invention Dunham, N. C Itev. J. W. Iiyiwii gesting that there Is an engagement has lost was large." Is saving time our yeai pasftor of William Bach, One of Men Who Rap licit Church, has of marriage between Mrs. Grover the First ought to last twice as long as tho old Watched Jefferson Davis, Dies accepted a call to a pa&torato in Atih Cleveland and Professor West of PATTEN MUST STAND stylo. TRIAL at Bloomlngton, III. en. Go. Ho ouoccods Itov. Millard Princeton Is without the slightest JusJenkins, who goes to Oweni&oro, Ky. tification. IlLT March 27. Willllooinlngton. A French aviator has accomplished Federal Judge Noyes Denies Motion It is fully refuted by the fact-thyears liam llach. Sr., seventy-sevethe feat of tarrying flvo passengers In to Quash Indictments In CotHe Was 100 Years Old. Dean West already has a wife living an aeroplauo. Evidently killing them old, last survivor of guards over Preston Pool Case. aged aud their son now is a student In Tacoma, Wash. John lie eves, off one at a time la too slow for ident Jefferson Davis while the latter 100, formerly of Cincinnati, died bore. Princeton university." New York. The federal govern was a prleoner at Fortress Monmo at France. He woa tho oidewt locomotlnto engi ment scored a sweeping victory the close ot tbe Civil war, is dead. Tie Now It Is possible to go around tbe neer In tho northwest. POST when Judge Noyea, in the United was a pressman on the Stoats Zeitung STOLYPIN TO RETAIN world In a little over a month. Pr States circuit court, overruled the de- at Chicago after the war. One daughSawmill Destroyed. haps before this wonderful century Resignation of Premier Reported With murrers interposed by James A. Pat- ter, Mrs. Louis Krelter ot Chicago, Paducah, Ky. Tho saw and planing ten, Eugene M. Scales, Frank II. survives. ends we will be flying around it In drawn Following Conference mill of the West Kentucky Cool Co Haync, William P. Urown and Robert a week. Iiach vas a private In the Third arWith Czar. M. Thompson. burned. The loss is $6,000. tillery In the Civil war and was on Eraporor Nich They aro under indictment for con duty at Norfolk, Va., when a detail SL Potersburg. A woman In Newark found a mm Haton Rouge. Ia. William O. Pur olas gave an audience at Tsars- spiracy to monopolize interstate trade was requested to guard President Dabiding under tbe bed and promptly o to M. Btolypin, and tho and commerce in conducting the fa- vie, llach was ono ot tbo squad ashad him arrested. Tho traditional old via, the young Chicago aviator who signed to this duty, aud bo had often femlnino terrors are giving way te. was Injured hero several 'weeks ago Dourse Gazette publishes a telephone mous cotton pool ot last summer. saying The court denies tbe motion to told tho story of the noted prisoner's tore tho modern woman. in making a trial flight In a Gates bi message from Tsarskoa-Selplane, will iwobaibty tuccumti to his In. that It la learned from au undeniable cjuash tho Indictments and holds that Incarceration. phy. jourco that the premier has with tho facta established warrants order"Don't," saya Mr. Carnegie to the, Juries, according- to the attc-odning tbo defendants to trial. drawn his resignation. poor working girl, "refuse a man slcraue. CANADA MINERS TO QUIT simply because he's a millionaire." Vreeland Coronation Envoy. nomc. Lieut. Boron Viucenzo PaStanley Roblson Passes Away, Sut be wary of the fellow that has Employes In Westren Washington. Ilear Admiral Charles Thousands of In Favor of Strike Iloblson, only about 110,000 a year. O. Stanley Cleveland, terno, who murdered Princess Olulla Pits Vote of tho St. Louis National IX Vreeland, now lu command of the dl Sant Kilo, to Queen owner of March 31. A rich Pltttburger who died recent, Helena, has beeu expelled from tho loninin baseball club, died Friday of second division ot the Atlantic fleet. Winnipeg, Man., March blood poisoning at tbe home In this wan Thursday detailed to represent ly left (10,000 to hlB pretty atenogra Italian at my. 27. Em, Mrs. Frank tho navy at tho coronation ot King ployees In sixteen mines In southern city of hln pher. Bhe probably wna ahlo to preGeorge V. Admiral Dewey declined Alberta and southeastern llrltlsh Code Haas Iloblson. vent peoplo to whom ho wrote from Red Cross to tho Rescue. making Jokea about his apelllng. tbo appointment. lumbia have voted to go on atrlke on New York. Itohert W. Do Forest English Motor Boat la Spetdy. March 31. The closed, shop and announces that tiJ New York chapter London.' EnK. R. McKay Edcar'a Sixty thousand worlda discovered check-ofAviator Fllea With Eleven. system are tbe cauaea of tho oy Professor Hale of the Mount Wil- of tbo lied CrusH would edWect f inula motor boat Maple Leaf I1L showed a Doual, Franco. Aviator Louis Hre trouble. If tbe strike should last a son observatory should initiate tbe for tbo relief of 4&H! trurvtvore of (3x4 w onderful burat of speed in a trial on made a record performance month there will be little coal In the fire, and that Meyot the Bownt Friday, making 49ft knota Thursday when ho carried 11 passen- region, Tbo trouble Involvea several trcnuoalty of tboaa acquisitive per WastliiBton-tilacaone who seem bent on getting pos- Gaynor bad beadf) the contribuUoM an hour. Tela la claimed aa a vovld'i gers in bis AonopU&e a. dliUace ot thousand miners. (It) fKO. session of Half email specimen. record two mile. ten-stor- y fear-crazeKU--IN- on and two cent Mamps. Tha Otto tjfttr your mm on kbd Towi to wh.it date your mibncMptt(m Is paid. If It not cSwuwrwl wfrthtai Ukrco weeas artor renewal notify un. Mtantnff nurnbors will bo gladly supplied If wo ara notlflcd. Flna premiums ctwnp, with new subscriptions ind prompt ronowulf . Send for yremium ust. Liberal torms irtrrat to nny ons who nb autMcrtptkms for us. Any one lain n ending us rour yearly sunscnpiKvi can reeelro Ttrt Citizen Xreo for hltneott for one year. Advertising rate on appMcatkm. Bond money by Pont-ofllc- e or Exjjtpm Money Orel or, Draft, Iloclatwrd Letter, or Elevatora Were Clogged and Proved Mostly Women Useless Victims and Girls Employed By Waist Fac tory. Coroner Investigating. Now York. Ilcforo a veritable rain near-roya- court-marti- high-pow- C10LDKN TEXT "For he shall clv Ills ansels clierso over thee, to keep the. t:ll. 400 In all thy wajra.-P- ia. Three Cars Drop Into River With TIME AceorJln to most tthohra, Ihle Feet of Bridge on Tracka of Atla- event occurred In the reliro of Jehnram needier, ntic Coast Line Phyilclsns and (II. C,Housliton, however, hold IlatUnn) that tho Mr. Nurses Rushed to Scent. RyrUn klnic of this story was llatael and Inn kins of Irae waa Jehu. rtCK-Dolhasmall town about Ocllla, Ga., March 27. Seven per- ten miles n. Bamarta, situated on a sons were killed and more than n rrmitrkHManorth of bill, surrounded on Itolated dozen Injured when tho Dlslo Flyer, thrre sldra by lillle. Traces of walla mar (III be ren all around tlie Alio running between Chicago and Jack sonvllle, Flo., was wrecked on a tres Bnmarla. tlie capital of the Northern Kingdom. tlo over tho Alnpahn river, near hero, on tho Atlantic Coast Line tracks, nt How did Etlsha show himself to be 7:20 a. in. today. Tho first and secon- a true patriot? Ily using for his coun d-class coaches and tbo first Pull- Iry his supernatural knowledge, ns we man sleeper went Into tho river, car- should uso for our country our lesser rying away nltout 00 feet of the tres- knowledge, nnd nil our powers. Assytle. ria was not nt the tlmo pressing upon Broken Axle the Cause. Syria, so that Syria could attack her of hereditary enemy to tho south. Hut According to statement by somo tho pnsscngcrs who ramo to Ocllla, the plans of Henhadad II. wero frustho crash was caused by tho breaking trated over and over. Rllsha wait of an nxlo on tbo engine when mid then living In Dothan, about ten miles way of tho long trestle. lortb of Samaria. Dothan was "a small The coaches In tho river are about town, of which somo ruins and a well ten feet under water, nnd It is said still mark the site." The caravan rout tho list of dend may bo Increased from beyond Jordun passes, from the when tho debris is cleared. Seven Plain of Ksdraelon, closo to H. Probbodies had been recovered at noon ably Tlenhadnd's route on his predaand tho Injured wero brought hero tory expeditions lay through this pass, and will b sent to the Atlantic Coast which was narrow nnd easily defend-Line hospital at Wnycross, Ga. rd. Therefore when tho Syrians' comList of the Identified Dead. ing was revealed to Kllsha and told by him to King Jehoram, a comparatively Tho MrntlfM iloa.) small body of lt.raelltos, posted n little rui.rnppnn, w , Tiifton, north of Duthan, would effectually-chec1IOMWAUT. O. F llrndrrson. Kr. their progress. FLKTCIIUIt. MHS. V. I),: lluwlanA. III. How can we apply to ourselves PATtNKI.U CHAIU.nP. J.; cor.dur-to-r advice, "Uewarc Hint thou pass B&vannah, Ga. not such a place?" Ily recognising all WOODWAItn, ruprrtu places of special temptation, and being KU.Ifl. LUCIUS; colored, nreinnn. on our guard there. "Think ot the WIIIDUKN. rolnml, vorttr. men who cannot get past any gamTh Injured: r.d bc- - bling resort to save their souls I Ther lOWKI.L; prrii inrvenRtr rsrr mauler. nro certain stores ami and I'KrtKlNB. W T ratlcttjtmrK. Kr street corners and vacant lota that nOMWAllT. Mrs. O. F.i Henderson. aro more dangerous to boys than pest Ky. houses. There Is absolutely no VAN NICHOLAS: DONUUKI.KN. safety except In nvoldlng them." 3 run.) IUpll. Mich. OB'tOC. l'KTISH; Holton. Mich. Boys, and men, too, bownro! . old MIIS. J and t How did Ilfiihadud plan to circumMa. SiUKhter. SI. vent Kllsha? Sending spies, and learnFIIAKCIS, W, V . Crnwfnrdll!. Ind, ing that the prophet was living nt Two 8eore Wert Reported Dead. First reports of tho wreck wero that IVitham. he sent n largo bedy ot cavtho entire trnln went Into tho rlwr alry and chariots to capture him. To and that forty persons wero killed secure such a man waa vital. It would Tho sceno of the wreck Is In n rrmote at once deprive Jehoram of ono who part of tho stato nnd It was rcvnral wag Inspired by tho gods and put him at hours before acrurato information the ervlcoof Syria, for It would be assumed that he could bo bribed to help was .obtainable Ilellef trains havo been Fcnt from either hide. Haw did Kllsha, In the knowledge Waycross, Tlfton and Wlllacoocbco. and It Is Hated that It will bo thirty-si- x of his hcareniy helpers, meet the . hours before the tracUs are Syrians? Our version, tho Implies that Kllnba And his hervont. dchrod. boldly went down from iSothan Into Carries Down Big Trettlt. Savannah, Ga., March 27. The At tho valley, and that tho leaders of the lantic Coast Lino general superin Syrians enme down tram tbo heights tendent's office gives out tbo follow on which they wero eucaraped, to parHe prayed; for ing account of tbe wreck of tbo Dixie ley with tbo prophet prayer Is tbe rccuurso of nil tho strong Flyer: "Train 35. known as tho Dlxlo Fly est men In tho tlmo when they need to cr. running from Chicago to Jackson bo strongest. Prayer Is n powerful vllle, Fla., was wrecked on tho Ala thing, for God has bound nud tied himpahn trestle, threo miles touth of self thereto. He prayed that blindness Alapaha station, on tho Itrunawtck might fall upon tho Syrians, and at nnd Western division of the Atlantic onco his prayer was granted. Not litCoast Lino railway. Tbo train car eral blindness Is meant, probably, for ried down with It 400 feet of the tres- tbey wero able to follow Kllsha to Sa tle. Tho baggago car was telescoped maria, but a confuclon of vision or ot and the first and second-clascoaches mind, so thnt they were readily deand the first Pullman sleeping ear fell luded. Perhaps only the. leaders were affected. through (ho t res tlo. Why did Ellsha lead the Syrians ten "Conductor Charles J Parncll of Savannah, and a negro porter nro miles to Sumarla? To show them, and supposed to bo under the wreckage. also to show tho Israelites, how powerA number of passengers wero Injured. less they wero beforo Jebovnb. Kllsha Engine Driving Wheel Breaks Off. made the pompous and confident Inva"Tho accident was caused by the ders appear ildlculous, which is the cnglnu driving wheel axlo breaking moat thorough defeat that can be off, although tho eugtuo remained on given to any enemy. Ilesldos, ono reason why Klliha had led tbo 8yrlnns to the trcstlo. Hospital trains were sent from the the capital was that they might be Coast Lino hospITnl nt Wnycross to kindly treated, feasted and sent back tho scene of the wreck with surgeons to Henhadad with coals of fire heapand nurses on board. Doctors were ed upon their heads. rent also from Tlfton on a special What Is the great teacnlng of our train and tho company physicians lesron for modern people The realfrom Wlllacoocheu went to tho scene ity of the InvlHlblo world, nnd Its powon a hand car. It will bo thirty-sier to help and comforL To have no hours beforo tbo track Is cleared." sense of the Invlslblo Is tho ruin of art. It la the ruin of all llfo nlso. Many GUARD VETERAN IS DEAD will bellevo only what their unlnstruct-e- d W-S3Hl-KMil-toKll-inn- 's hny-loft- s Verses TEXT I Klnr rr s eyes can fee. Christians should bn continually up held by the realization of their angelic helpers. at koe-Sel- o g uUter-inlaw- t sec any celestial form with spear and helmet by his side, yet he may know as ho goes out to tho battle that the spirits of Justice everywhero aro sympathizing with hint nnd helping blm In unknown ways. The mother may nut discern an nngel bending aver tbe bed on which her child Is laid, but still she may know that there are other watchers by Its bed beside herself, spirits whom God has sent to see that none of his little ones take any harm. The soul In Its bereavement may not look to see here again the very presence and feature ot tbo frtond whom God has taken, yet still may be sure that even now, In such unknown ways as soul may present Itself to soul, his f l lend Is with him, for encouragement Tlty we ennnot now and strength. prurtlco Kllsha'a plan pt ending war. Wlmn Ibe comet ot October, 1858. appeared, a lecturer made a tour of some country villages lu Devonshire with a view to telling the country people some facts ubout tbe beautiful ob ject; and among other points he touch ed upon the calculations which astron omers had made as to the enoruiotfs Jsugtu ot the tall of the comet. A countryman treated this part of hla lecture with contemptuoua Incredulity. I saw tbe comet myself," said the man, "and Ita tall waa Just four feet long; and how art we to believe this man who cornea to tell ua that It la ever so many millions at mllear Tho bravo man need not Mire 3CT, 1911 GOOD THE CITIZEN o DEATH STINQINQ THE HONEY 0 o BEE. Plnevllle Will Hold Convention and o o o Build a Sample Strstoh of o Glasgow. Somo strange disease o Qenulne Highway. o wbloh promises to annihilate tho o PlnoTlllo. Plans have been perfect-c- d o honey boo has mado its appear- - o by Judge B. A. Pusoa, Judge of Ilelt o anco In tbls soctlon, and they are o oounty; E. 8, Helbirra, mayor of o dying by tho wholesale. Unless o and N. It, Patterson, mayor o tbo dtaoa&e abftes or some remedy o of PlnorlHo, acting as a committoo, to o Is found, homo-raisehoney will o hold a convention in IMnovtllo April 19 o bo a thing of the past. In some In- - o and 20 for tlto purposo of organizing o stances farmtwB have lost all tholr o Wh&t wtH likely be known o as tho o hives. Southeastern flood Itoads as3ooiUon. o What tho trouble is no ono can o To this convonUon will bo invited alt o tell. When tho first bee dies tho o citizens who caro to attend and. espe- o cntlro hlvo succumbs In a tthort o cially Uio citizens of Southoastora o time. In somo sections where o Kontuckv countloa. a bees wcro plentiful only a fow Tho ixirpoao of the aoalation Will o weeks ngo there Is not a single o bo to lend such aid as iosslblo to any o ntvo. Wild bees are Bald to be uy- - o efforui (wing mado to tho betterment o tog tbo eamo a thoso which are o of tho highways of (ha state. It hoi km o domesticated. to malto itisolf toworful enough to havo loglnlaition onsveted at tfio ncjet .mooting v.h?i;h will of tho geAoral osHcnxbly permit taxing district!) to raise funds AFTER THE MTN. CENTRAL for road Imtldlns. Ono foaturo of tho conrontion Is an Louisville & Nashville Reported About to Acquire the Road and Extend arrarcKcmcnt by whldh In tho two days' It to Plkevllle. mcotitis; 300 foot of modern road will bo txilU- - The etono will bo quarried, & Hazel areen. The Ixwlavlllo crushed, luMtlcd, sproad and rolled Nanhvlllo railroad it about to acquire with a et'.am roller. Thb work will the Mountain Central road, running be under the supervision of an expert from tho Islington & Eastern Junc rood builder wltlt a largo corps of la- tion to Campton, and will exte'nd It to borers. Ho lias been obtained at largo I'lkovillo through Hazel Green. John excnse for thfe work and a limestone and Floyd Day, brothers and lumber quarry at Uio boao of Wno Mountain dealers, own the Mountain Central, In the city limits of Pinovlllo has been and they helped the L. St N. acquire opened and a fine crusher installed. the L. Iz E. It was the purpose of the A banquet will be held on tho eve Ixmlsvllle & Nashville to acquire tho every one Ohio ning of April 19, at which Kentucky railroad, a short line will bc"given an opportunity to express extending from the Islington & East hla or hor views as to tho best plan for eru-lnt- o Morgan county, but that road obtaining roads in this rootkm. did not eel), and It is understood that It proposes to extend tho lino to con EDUCATIONAL RALLY. nect with the Norfolk & Western near d Page TkrM ' BATHGOUNTYTOWN ROADS MEET 0000,00000000000000 HAS HOT TIME The Question of Personality By REV. HUGH T. KERR MODERATE ADVANCE This Is the Best That Commercial Agencies Can See In the Trade Situation. Threo Destructive Fires Visit It in Ono Day, DEFECTIVE FLUES TO BLAME Art, rmbytarua Chmh Oluta TEXT Where art thou?-aen- Leuea Approach Ten Thousand Dollars, With Some Insurance Chll. dren'e Lives Endangered Landmark Destroyed. Sharpsburfr. Thrco destructive Arcs occurred In t8 hours. y Tho old Marshall residence, a framo houso, owned by It. P. Wright and occupied by Edward Llghtncr uid family, was burned to tho Cround, with all tho household furniture. Tho family. Including eight sutall children, weaned. Tho youngest, an Infant 8 months old, was seriously 111 of spinal meningitis, and was seized nidi a convulsion whllo being carried to a neighbor's homo. Tho loss was about 14,000, with no Insurance. Tho country rcsldcnco of James It. Shrout was destroyed, with most of tho furnishings. The loss was about 15.000, with $2,500 Insurance. Tho oh Oscar Garrett home, In Tub llo street, occupied by threo colored families, was also burned. All thrco of tho Urcs originated from defcctlvo klttbcu flues. two-stor- ooooooooooooooooooo BUSINESS BLOCK BURNED. to USU" i to" - r4. I'lkevlllc. Weather Interferred Somewhat With Tho Lexington & Eastern will txi Attendance But the Meeting extended through tho headwaters of CampoeHsylllo. Plro destroyed an Was Profitable. tho Elkhorn and Boone's Fork creeks ntiro buslnosa block Including tho to tho Cumborland mountain at Found Taylor National bank. Commercial hoCarlisle. Tho weather interfered Gap, and connect with the loulsvlllu tel ami hoy oral Htorca. Tbo tilazo gain. somo with Uio agricultural-educationa- l 1 such headway that It was dlllloult rally, but the orthnslosm of tho lruplh & Nashvlllo at Norton. tv bring It undor control: and potroiM of the Nicholas county LIFE IMPRISONMENT. Tho low will reach 150,000, with suhoals, (ogothur with tho teachers only about 1 5,000 Insurance. ami loaders, was not lessoned. Tho ex- l'rceiontfourg. Another chapter In a Tho firo originated lu tho restau- orclaoa vroro held in tho court house, noted mountain feud case was closed rant owned by Brack Sandors, and as as follows: when Jack McCurry was sentenced to tho buckling wns a wooden struoture Called to order by County Superintho flamcH nptxad quickly and in a fow tendent, Miss I.lda K. Gardner; ad llfo Imprisonment for complicity In tho minutca tho entire block was a mass dress of wvkxxmo by Superintendent of aasasuinatlon of Monroo Vance, who of (lamest. Ily hard fighting the build- Schools It. I). Squires; rosponso by A. wastrhot from ambush. Journal Moore already Is serving a ings on tho opposite aldo of tho street W. Stamper, secretary of tho Nicholas TCra reived except the Puryoar build- county board of education; address, llfo sentence because of the killing', and Sylvester Gcarhart and Nelsoo ing, Which woa destroyed. All tho "The One-rooSchoolhouse," by It. S. jilale gkuui nhow windows in tho store, liibanka, of IcxliiKton; "Agriculture," Moore are yot to be tried on chargoi rooms on tho opposite aldo of tho by State Commlaloncr of AgTlculturo growing out of tho murder. street from t&o lire woro broken by tlio M. C. Itankln; "The School tho Social ELK3 DEDICATE NEW HOME. heat, and damage from this will bo Center," by Miss Anna Hamilton, dean considerable. of womon. State tinivcrnlty, Iextng- Only tho aWnco of wind waved tho ton; "Tho Value of Kducatlon," by T. Prominent Members of Antlered Herd Attend Exercises in "Magic City." town from being wiped out. Tho build-lag- s J. CoatB, tttato r of rural destroyed and tho amount of their frtioxfo; "The Value of Agricultural Mlddlcsboro. Tho magnificent new loscu aro iwi follows: Hducatton," by Mrs. Nannlo J. Faulk! G cargo Covdy, buildings destroyed ner, echool Aiipcrintendent of Fnyctto Elks' homo of Mlddlcsboro Lodge Elks was las 125,000. county: "How Wo Can Mako Rural reception formally opened, at which a was given to the ladies aco" Tom Hodgcu, barber whop, fixtures Schools Attractive," by T. W. Vinson, the visiting Elks wore banquettcd. Ian $200. chief clerk to the state superintendent estimated that over 500 wero hero, I lord Bros.' grocery, losa $1,500; of public Instruction; "WoiVU of ICn- being delegations from Clncln COO Insurance. J eouragoment to Hoys," Miss Josslo O. there Covington, Newport, Somerset. liTack Bondcro, rvatnnrant, loss $500. Yancy, school uicrlntendent of Ma- lull, Ijoulsvillo and Knoxvllle and Bristol. lr. Sain lent, dental parlor, fixtures son county; "The Sum of It All." by Term. State Senator Joseph F. Bo low $1,000. Dr. J. C. CraUbe, pmtldont of tho East- Tom MsJone," ihjoI room, flxturwj era Kentucky State Normal Eoliool, worth, first Exalted Itulor of Middle boro I .edge, presided as toastmastor. low $200. lllchmond. It is c&tituated that no lens than Soap Vaughn, proprietor Commer2,000 people visited the now home. cial betel. Kms $7,000. CLAIMS MORE HONORS. The opening was more In the nature of Taylor national bank, furniture and a thcro being no e fixtures Icvw about $500. Covington Citizen Says He Is a Real program, the reception was Informal. Illco fc Allen, Mill Exchange, loss Live Oaron and Earl. $200. LINCOLN WAY BUILDING. A. C. Hurry, tnachlno shop, ) Covington. In ordor to begin a $2,000; $500 iiiburatice. chancery Kult In England for his titlo Survey Completed and Buildings Wll' Mgu Oockrcll, bartcr thop, fixtures to a iK.enigo and $17,500,000 in cash, Have To Be Removed. low $100. Joseph I'omfrcy Is collecting data at Abft ILvtilcg, flco law library, louu the Btato department in Washington County SurvoyoJ Ellzahothtown. $1,000. and conferring with the British am- McNary, who is surveying tho IxwU Morrcit & Miller, real estate dealers, bassador, Mr. I'omtroy 1a moat puis- vlllo & Nashville pike for the "Lincoln lo&t $300. sant sovereign (Jrand Commander of Way" road, haa completed the survey Gilpin & Wilkenron, millinery, Hws the Supreme Council of tho Ancient from UiUVlty to West Point. The $2,000; $1,000 insurance. York lllto of Freemasonry In the Unit original right of way wns 60 feet wide, J. II. Williams, barnoHs hop, lou ed StAtoi This would ocesa title but Mr. McNary Kaya In his rciort that $200. enough for most peoplo, but the Ken- - lit many Instances tho farmers along I. T. Bomor, repair ehop, lot $100. tucklan exiects to exchange it for the route havo encroached on this CO 8 lr cur Sowing Machine Co., store Ruron I'onttJraot, Earl of Iilncoln, feet and fenced room, Kim $100. iart of it Into their and $17,500,000. farms, and In one Instance a store has Mrs. M. 1C. Ilarbcc, owner of tho been built on tho right of way. The I'urycur building, los $3,500; $2,500 JUDGE KERR SWORN IN. county court has ordered all obstructnsuiaiice. right tions removed from the Tho United States Army Recruiting Charles Korr took of way. IOxintin. Jiule ollloo was destroyed with all Hags, oauU h.'a duties on the and assumed signs, etc. lo announced a circuit court bench. Tho electric light and telephone oonthiuanoo of the common law dock-o- t companies lose heavily. until the May torm and excused all Somo of tho gucats of tho Coiumor-cla- l Jurors. Dan Ha, a prisoner In IttisieJlvlllo. hotel bad narrow escape. IUwwvn SprlnKS. The city sower tho county Jail, made his escape. He ESTATE LEFT TO DAUGHTER8. commtealon is actively engaged' in was doing time for violating the local preparations for Installing tho aystom option law and wa3 being worked on Ivexlngtoit. Tho will of Circuit of Fanltary eewora, tho bonds for the public road In satisfaction of a Judfio Parker was probated. Ho be- which wwo voted at tho lato election, fitio of $100 and a sentence ot 50 days queaths all of his property to his thrco and n favorable decision touching the In Jail. He left Tvlth about $2,000 lu daughteitt, npiolnU Mary Shepherd validity of tho ksue has been romlercd hla pocket. It Id claimed that ho Wt Parkvr oh M executrix and requcuta by tho kiwer couit. in in automobile. that no Inventory or appraoKmicni of I,eltchllcld. John Patterson, 18, was tlio cotalo bo mado. THE BED COLLAPSED. captured at Clarkson and brought here and lodged la pall. Ho will bo sent ta Itiuhmond. A white girl balby wai Paris. Imprisoned for 30 minutes in tho house of reform. He was convictdoHvored to Jailer Jones bono by a a folding bed which suddenly collapsed ed several months ago In tho Gray sou Email colored girl, who stated that sho U)K:i them, Mrs. Charlie C. Ioor and charge of breaking had been directed by a white- - woman datigbtcr, Mlsa Carroll, wero rescued circuit court on a place C. to give ho obi Id to him. A itoto was by Mr. Leer, who was 111 in an adjoin- - Into tho I. to depot at thisreform, and bu( the lkouso of sentenced found pinned to tho child's clothing, Inir nmm. In tlrno in wivn (Iw.lr reading: "Please, take this baby and llvta. Doth afo prostrated oa a mrult escaped from the officers bavlujr U In chargo by Jumping from a running take oaro of It" It was unsigned. of their experience. train. miin-rvIohouso-warmlu60-fo1 Bank and Hotel Among Buildings Co Life In Danger. I twu-pl- v BARN AND CONTENTS BURNED. CIRLS FOUQHT REVENUES. May field. A stock ham with the conterttai of bay, corn, two mules, three feotves, Urroo bead of cattlo and two Oew vdilclos belonging to Col. Tom Georgo wo destroyed by lire. Tho kua to nearly $4,000, with no insurance. k r, IV. Executive clemency was extended to T. T. O'Lcary, cf IxsUbvIUo, by Gov. WilUn beeaumo O'losury's six Uttln children needed his svpporL O'Le&ry wub Oned $800 for bsi compIVaty to frauds. Ufe lrwurauo Whiteaburg. Ilettlo and Nannie Taclfett, fcistei-M- , 1C ami 18, of Ixwifi Fork, I'lko county, who, it is alleged, engaged in a battle with revenue officers, in Which Oaarllo Smith, a posse-mawas desperately wounded, havo been arrc&tcd, charged with tho crime. Charlie Tackett, their brother, whom tho men went to wrrcet, escaped Into the mountains and has not been seen clnce. Siultli, tho wounded man died, from bit troundt. man, Yet tluough it all there Is one continuing personality. The Adam of Eden Is linked with the Adam without tho gate. It belongs to the realm of the soul, tho mind, tho memory. "Son remember," is the verdict of heaven and tho doom ot bell. John Qulncy Adams at the extreme limit of old ago when asked about his health replied: "Thank you, John Qulncy Adams Is quite well. But the house in which ho lives is dilapidated. It Is tottering. Time's and seasons havo mado their mark upon It. It is well- nigh worn out. Somo day soon I shall move out But John Qulncy AJams Is qulto well, sir, I thank you." God's voice Is over calling to tho consciences or men. He Is over searching to discover tho host that Is In man and to reawaken the hope that has been burled. A good painter depicts the best A friend vlowlng a portrait, of his friend by Sargent said it looked llko tho portrait of a dissipated man. The man said yes, and that's what I haro In mo which I havo al ways baffled and fought and conquered. Said his friend, "It Is that better man, tho victor, tho conqueror, that the painter should Have painted." los, and God always calls us to our best and sees far off the man who ought to bo. In Simon he sees Peter. In Saul ho sees Paul. In Jacob he sees the wrestling prince with God. God Is not a cynic hunting llko Diogenes for the doubtful discovery ot a nitn. God Is Ilka tho shepherd who knows tho sheep aro lost. Ho Is llko the father who knows Uio sou Is better than ho pretends. Ho Is llko tho loser of tho cola who knows Its valuo and has faith In its recovery. Bo with the Lord he takt and lis re- iuscs, FIihI him ambauadori whom men deny. WUe men nor mighty tor hi saints ho c nooses. No, such as John or OMeon or I. It Is bad business to try to hide from God. Personality receives Its true perfection only In God. He Is tho atmosphere In which life flourishes TOBACCO BURNED. and abides. He- - It the light In which Fir Department of Kentucky City Had the flower ot a right llfo blooms. He la the country In which the truo fruit a Busy Time. of faith comes to a beautiful maturity. Barbounille, Fire, of lucendlary We aro all In his great garden. He origin, destroyed $8,000 worth of to still walks Its path and calls for Its bacco ready for shipment aitd tht beauty. largo tobacco barn ot W. M. Tye, twi Why should we hide? To see his inilcit from bore. A short tlmo ago Mr smile means heaven tor us. To miss Tyo'vi $5,000 roslUenco was burned. aim Is to miss the best. For iwo hours the fire doiiartment There la only one safe hiding place, wlnlch dcttroyed foul and that Is tbo Ilock ot Ages, the fou,:at a blaze residences. The blazo was ilnail) Lover of the souls of men. "In him It atoiAHxl next to the large Hlce uta life and the lit It the light of mea." This question whispered Into tho heart ot man Is tbo first anb tbo last question ot life. After wt nave traced tho working of God's hano la creation and behold tho fashioning of sun and moon and stars and seen tho furnishing ot tho earth with cattli and evory creoplng thing and behela Eden blossoming with lovo until sln'i sting shriveled lnnoccnco as In a tire, then God speaks out of tho silence ot his own omnipotence and demands an answer from tho man Into whom ho has breathed the breath ot a divine life: "Whcro art thouj" It lifts man out from the rest ot God's creaUon. Not of tho heaven or tho earth of tho sea or the air does ho ask this quostlon. Not of tho birds or bessfs of the Held. They ore part and parcel ot a great dumb creation that works tho will ot htm who ordered tholr coming and determines their going. Not so with man. Ho stands as sen' tlnel. Into his hands dominion Is given. Ho Is not part ot tho great creation procession. Ho Is the mas ter, tho arbiter, the spectator. It la tho flrstTpiestlon asked in tho bogln nlng ot worlds. It will bo the last question asked when the worlds are rolled up as a scroll and all things pass away. Then, too, tho question win bo heard: "Where art thouT" How diverse, and different have been tho answers. Wo have heard many stories. Even tho Bible tells us two stories. On the ono hand, we arc. told that he stands where tho shadows como and go. He Is as a vapor, a dream, a sleep, a story, a tale that Is told, water spilled upon tho gTound, a thread of tho weaver that la cut, a flower that faded, grass that wltheroth. a shepherd's tont that Is removed. Then, too, we oro told that he Is clothed in light and Immortality as with a garment and crowned with glory and honor. "Hero lies a man whose narao was writ In water," so runs the epitaph on tbo stone ot one whoso namo Is still remembered. What Is manT What Is personality? Physicians tell us that tho body changes every seven years. Once we wero children, now we are men and women, yet we bellove wo aro the same now that wo were then, with all tho changes akin to the death ot ttie physical Tbero have been two of us, perhaps more. Ono of the past, ono of the preCenl and still ono of tho men that la to be. Which Is the real Paul, tho one that breathed out slaughter or tho one that worshiped at Christ's feet? Which Is tho true Judas, tho ono that listened to the call of Jesus or tho ono that betrayed him with a klssT You remember how Oliver Wendell Holmes pictures throo men In each man tho man that ono thinks ho Is, tho man his friends think him to bo and the man whom God sees, the real -- eil J:1 by God in 190S and 1GG In 1907. Business failures in Canada for tho week num ber 24, which compares with 27 last week and 2G In the corresponding week of last year. Export Trade. Wheat, Including flour exports from tho United States and Canada for the 23, aggregate week ending March bushels, against 1.8S5.47S 2,860,133 last week, and 1.638,578 this week last year. For tho 38 weeks ending March $9,505,413 bushels, 23 exports are against 113,525,298 in tho corresponding period last year. Corn exports for Uio week aro 1,510,793 bushels, against 1,954.531 last week and 888,675 in 1910. For tho 38 weeks ending March 23 corn exports are 37,692,060 bushels, agalnBt 21,650.451 last year. 286 The French Sonato Is now engaged) In discussing a measure which will ba Instrumental In lessening the danger, of the republic bocomlng a drunkoii naUon, says a Paris correspondent Slnco the passing of the law of 1880 the number of carbarets had grown' excessive, and In some districts alcC holism had reached a danger state. Statistics show that 30 years ago there wero more than 300,000 carbarets In Paris and tho provinces; the o Is now close on 500,000, with an average f ono per eighty Inhabitants; or ono for thirty grownup men. And It It not the workmen alone who consumes alcohol, but also his wtte and Cotton Goods. Sharp revisions In Uio prices ot cor- - children. Tho figures further show tain lines ot domestic cotton goods led that the divisions In which alcoholism to soma hesitation In purchases, but la most prevalent furnish the greatgeneral reduction did not follow, the est number ot young men who cannot admitted to sorrlce with tho colors changes being confined in a fow stand- bo who or havo to be sont home pending ard lines. their return after awhllo tor another Ilencwcd export trado with China medical examination. was reported, and thcro was a further That French statesmen conrevision downward of prices on gray scious of tho national menacoare alcoot cloths. In dress goods and men's wear hol Is revealed by the debate In Uio 'alues aro favorablo to tho purchaser, senate. Said M. Brland: and a fair volume of business Is com' "Tho present situation Is terrible. Ing forward. Silk manufacturers are This Is a question ot national Interest; growing more cautious. the lire of the nation Is at stake." He went on to say that he agreed with Shoes and Leather. Tho footwear market shows no ma the words of M. Jullen Goujon, a terial change. Tho demand conUnues previous speaker, that "the nation has largely for specialties, with staple lines a duty of rogltlmato defense, which Its reprosentaUvos must undertako on In less active request. Tho bldo marIts behalf," kets aro generally Inactive but mod accordingly and the government must take tho responsibility of crate supplies ot most varieties keep acUon. It remained to be seen whether prices fairly well maintained. the proposal now brought forward would prove as effecuve as was hoped, Bradstrcct's letter said: but If It bad any prospect of dotnx Trado reports do not differ material-l- good parliament ought to vote for It. from last week, and while Individual The government would be Incurring lines show somo variations, business a grave responsibility It It did not as a whole Is quiet. For this the pres- assoclato Itself with this proposal. ent caution in buying. Irregular weath- Tho government Indeed earnestly deer condlUons, the lato Easter season sired that the senate Bhould pass to and tho Increasing activity ot the the discussion ot the clauses of tho farmers In crop work are held re bill, and It had decided to accept and sponBlbla support all measures which were calculated to safeguard tho country from Lots of Idle Cars. Railroad operations aro below a year tho perils of alcoholism, to enforce the ago. Thcro arc four times as many law against drunkenness and to pro Idle cars and retrenchment is visible tect all societies which promoted the propaganda. in reports from repair shops of some In the general dlscuaalon the views leading lines. The recent revisions of prices of cotton goods do not appear of those who opposed the bill were to have materially Increased distribu- expressed by M. Berard, who declared that It would tend to create a tion as yet, but warmer spring weather new monopoly In favor of the1 estabis confidently expected to swell trado lishments already In existence M. prices. at the lower Goujon, on tho other hand, mainBusiness Failures. tained that the "liberty of industry Business failures In the United and commerce" Invoked by the opStates for tho week ending March 2.1 ponents of the measure was not abwero 235, against 251 last week, 231 solute, and must bo subordinated to In tho llko week ot 1910, 22G In 1909, tho Interests of the nation. fig-ury anti-alcoh- trades and different sections vary con tldcrably, and statistical comparisons do not show uniform gains, yet condi' lions on the wholo contlnuo to indicate a moderate advance. It Is notice able that retail trade is generally more satisfactory, and many of tho Im portant centers make qulto optimistic" statements concerning the outlook, Metals In the Lead. Construction work Is being pushed with considerable vigor, especially In tho east, and there Is also a good vol umo of orders for material at tho west, although Individual contracts aro for a smaller tonnago. Tho capacity In the wlro trado continues unabated, the mills having run almost to capacity for somo tlmo past, and manufacturers aro expecting a season of heavy cots sumption. New York. R, O. Dun & Co.'s Week ly Itovlow of Trado s.ld: Although reports from the leading DRINKING HABIT IN FRANCE Number of Cabarets Grown ExcettlveJ ly and In Some Districts Alcohol- Ism Is Menace. ALCOHOL AN AID TO CANCER English Scientist Makes Some Striking aiaiementa on Influence of Drink to Disease. Sir Alfred Pearce Gould, senior sur geon of the Middlesex hospital In Eng land, recently delivered beforo tbo Koyal College of Surgeons of England tuo twonty-nlniannual Bradshaw lecture, the subject beliiB "Cancer." and mado striking statements as to tho In fluence of alcohol lo this dread dis h ease. THE MARKETS"" Kentucky State News Cincinnati Grain Market. FJour Wtoter patents $4.0Ga5.30. do family $3.15a3.40. low grade $2.65a 2.75. snrlnc patent $5.40a5.50 do fancy $4.65a5. Wheat No. 2 rod 90a92c, No. 3 red 84a89c, No. 4 red 78a8Zc, Corn No. 2 wthtto 47&47Hc, No. 3 yoJIOW 4b'Aa WihltO 46l4a47C, NO. 47c, No. 3 yellow 46a46&c, No. 2 mixed 47a47c, No. 3 mixed 46V4a No. 2 w!hito 34a35c, Oat 47c. standard white 34a34v&c, No. 2 mixed i 33a33c. Cincrnnatl Live Stock. Cattle Shippers $5a6.10, butcher steers, extra J5J5a6, good to choice $4.75a5.65: heifers, extra $5.75a5.90: good to choice $4.75a5.60; cows, ex- na $4.50aC,40, extra $5.50. Culvto Extra $7.00, fair to good $6.50o $7.25, common and largo $3a6.C0, What Alcohol Docs. Hogs Good to choice Dockers and In the Comptes Rendu de la Soclete butchers $7.20a7,25, mixed packcro $7.10a7.25, common to oholco heavy rat de Biologic, Messrs. Qlehaut and Quln- quand publish a series ot Interesting sown $4.C0a65, piss (110 lbs and Sheep Extra $4.25, good to experiments showing the effect of al$7a7.30. $6.60. cohol on Uio working power ot muschoico $3.75a4.15. Lambs-Extr- a aC.65, yearlings $4.25a5.25. cle. The experiments were upon dogs, the details of which aro felven, showCincinnati Miscellaneous. Poultry Hens 14 ',4 o lb, epring chick ing that as Uio dogs came moro and ens ZZo it), aucks lie, turkeys more under the Influence of alcohol the 18c, gee bo Ga8c Eggs Prime first muscular power diminished notably, Butter Creamery "sinking in one Instance from 1,321 to 16c firsts 14c. extra 27&c, flreW 20ttc. fancy dairy 921 grammes, and In another from 18c Apples Fancy is.Doats.ZB a bbL 1,021 to 721 grammes." The Quarterly choice $5a5.50 a bbl. Carrots N. O. Journal of Inebriety, by way ot comColery 30a35o dozen. S0&40o dozen. experiments made Eggplants llomvgrowu $2u2.50 a ment tayt: "Theseconfirm the result! direct on muscle Lemcruto. Honey $3.75a4 crato. of observations on miners and solons California $3a3.60. Onions diers, that when an extra amount of $ 1.20a $lal,10, Yellow whlto Pineapple $3a3.C0 a work was to be done, coffee, and not 1.30 par bu. crate. Potatoes Northern Ohio 43a alcohol, was the tUtaulant to admin, 45c a bu, Florida $2.703 a hamper, later." tweet. $3a3.SQ tbL tra $4.65a4.85; good 4.60; conncrs $2.50a3.C5. to choice $4a Bulls Bolog In the course ot tho lecture tho great scientist said that the influence of alcohol on tho incidence of cancor was very important. It was a factor In producing cancer by directly or Indirectly causing chronio Irritation. It was a protoplasmic poison, which directly Interfered with, and mars all cell life. Statistics showed that the dlsoase was twlco as frequent among brewers and publicans as among clergymen, and that the cancor Incidence In any trade varied with the attondaut habits as regarded alcohol. With regard to these various condi tions, Sir Alfred expressed the opinion that clinical experlenco and experimental pathology threw some ray of hope across the dark sea of mallgu-an- t disease. The deep impress of the primal laws of dovolopment held tho colls ot tlssuo In true and loyal obedience to tbo very end In tho almost Infinite majority of cases, and made them moro liable to cancer. Llko age, chronic Irritation and prolonged uso alcohol woro out the cells of ot a part and deteriorated the evolution ot tho Individual cell. The lecturer stated that 10 per cent, of all people contract cancer. li) - Pace Kour. HIE CITIZEN. I I Mnrrh 30. Is Borlously ion tlov. M. K. Pasco nt hla home. ill 1 . vW- - wwv&& "Bends with your foot" That coo J. is Rev. J. Ilnmmon Tlco, n former Boren student, whoso wife Is remembered hero as Miss Martlet K. WIltHlo, In now preaching at Fonda, lown. ' roil HUNT; House Tor rent. See John Welch for particulars, Allen Powell hns moved Into thM , (lallngher property on Iloone Street. D. N. Welch, postmaster nt Keren, sends Tho CI then to Mr. II. F. Dean, n friend In Nlckelsvllle, Vn. Several )ernons recently hnvo iitcrllctl for Tho Citizen ns n birthday present to id friend nt a distance. A good Idcn. It la to be hoped that other Mill do likewise. Millinery new llnu In new stand Mrs. lllnghmu. Chestnut Street. 0. I). Holllilay la In Frankfort for 'a few days on business, this week. Attention, Mr. Farmer! Why not use some judgment in buying fertilizer this spring? Tell us whnt kind of soil you have and wc will select n fertilizer adopted to it. Wc nre not tied to any one grade of fertilizer but are prepared to sell you what you need and nt a price that will interest you. Yours for a good crop why it feels to You will find any of the Red Cross dress shoes just as easy and comfortable as the walking shoes. the special Red Cross process which preserves all the leather's natural elasticity. Once you ere fitted in the Red Cross Shoe, you will be better satisfied than you have ever been before with the appearance as well as the comfort of your footwesr. Come in and sec the new styles. Find out this season how restful the Red Cross Shoe really is hnv faihitnablt it is. Don't hesitate to select the most stylish Red Cross model shown. Its comfort u not due to its shape orstjlc but to its lute ill dresses nt Children's ready-mad- e cents to 1.00. .Misses rcudy-mud'dresses at 60 tents to 1.1.00. Women's rcadymndo dresses nnd l.tnen coats nt 11. r0 to J.'.ri. Call nnd see them. Mrs. S. It. lluker. Miss Lin mi Johnston, n graduate. of Inst year from tho Korea Oenornl Hospital, Is nursing In Idaho Falls, Idaho. Her address Is 113 Placer Ave. 0. D. Hollldny hun just returned from Perry Comity, where ho hns been vlsltlnt; frlcmlij and relatives for nearly four weeks, nnd reports having n flnu time flslilnx nnd hunt 25 rt R. H. Chrisman P. S. The Child Study Club will meet homo of Mrs. Hufus A. Church, Wednesday afternoon, April Gtli, ut 3 o'clock. Tho nubjects for discus bIoii nre found on pnges 13'J and I'm of the Murcli American Motherhood, I All who nre Interested In tho training of children nre cordially Invited, Hev. W. P. Wllks went to Louisville, nt thu first of tho week to accompany his wlfu nnd baby homo who havo Imm'ii visiting there for wime time. K. J. Engle Mr. R. H. Porter of Caneyvllle bjient wiveral dnys In Here last week. One of thu little twin bablra of .Mr. and Mrs. U. F. VanWInklo died, Sunday, nud wan burled In tho cemetery, Muuday, a Mr. Ralph Patln, a graduate of In 1910, has been spending auroral days In Berea. A friend, a Mr. Robin, Be-r'- See us before you buy". at tho This sole is tanned by Oxfords $3.50 end $4. HiRh Shoes $4, $4.50 and $5, Ing. TOIl SAM2 Work inniv, six years old, sound mid well Iirolcen. Price reasonable. Two geldings, coming two years old, broken to halter. Wulter Hogle. t Is with him. These are the styles that will be worn .1 ' 4 W FERTILIZER wmmm Iirl 'ri E. F. COYLE You pay lass- Mr. C. M. Palmer of Romeo, Mich , visited his son, Stanley, last wck. Stanley left with hlmv There was a public recital by thn Music Department of tho Co! Irgo at tho Chapel last Tuesday night. All of those who look part did very creditable, work nnd showed slon. Tho duel by MIm Wales and Mr. Taylor deserves special mention. Miss Grace D. L'phain, Y. W. C. A. student sucrntary for tho South Central Territory, was In Berea for h couple of days the first of tho week meeting tho new committee In the Y. W. C. A. and glvlug a short talk In tho girls' report Division on Tuea-da- y on tho work In the mill villages s:lf-posi- -. -- or gat mora oooaooaoosooo0oaoeooooooooooaooaooo o W. a o dent, a o a o 5 a. o a o Berea and Vicinity. GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES r G. Mullens, a former Berea stuIs now located at Dlsputanta, Kentucky. Miss Carrie Marcum spoilt from .'rid ay until Monday at her homo In Irvine. Mr. U. B. Roberts has moved Into tne house back of tho Baptist Church formerly occupied by Prof. Scale. WELCH'S AND "Save the Difference" of tho South. On another pao of The Cltlten there will be found an ad. calling nttcntlon to opportunities for home seekers In California. Tho ad li wnt us by Mr. II. L. BUhop who was a citizen of this part of tho state fifteen years ago. Mr. Percy L. Ports, professor cf Physics and Chemistry In Union Ilarbourvllle, Ky., was In Berea, Sunday and Monday, tho guest of Prof, and Mrs. Faulkner. Prof. Ports led the devotions in United Col-leg- o. DR. BEST, DENTIST CITY rilONK 183 OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Phone 505 Richmond, Ky. L. & N. TIME TABLE C:30 a. m. 11:00 Knox vl He 1:29 p. m UEREA 3:57 7:45 Cincinnati 6:10 p. m. South Bound Local Cincinnati 0:40 a. m. 8:25 UEREA ll:W a. m. 12:29 Knoxvllle 7:00 p. m. 5:50 p. m a. m. a. in. p. m. p. m. a. m. Express Trains Stop to tako on and let oft passengers from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 8:15 a. ra. Cincinnati 11:44 a. m. UEREA North Bound 4:C6 p. m. UEREA 8:35 p. m. Cincinnati Rov. Parsons went to Valley View, Saturday, and returned Monday. II. II. Ualley of Conway was In lie-re- a, Monday. Mr. Carl Hunt will speak ut thu Congregational Church, Sabbath morn, ins, April 2nd. Mr. Goo. Plgg, whoso loft leg was broken last week wheu u log rolled Buy the Globe Fertilizers and over It, Is Improving rapidly, you will get the best. For sale Mr. J. M. Coyle was in Cincinnati, by Rhodus C& Hayes. Ohio, last week on business. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Clift Uft, Mr. J. W. VunWInklo was in town Wednesday, for Indianapolis, lnd., Monday. where they exiect to stay until Mr. Cllft s Improved in healtli. Mr. nnd Mrs. Julian Coylo left, Wednesday, for their homo In 'Western Kaiibas, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Pettus tpent Saturday und Sunday at Somenset. Miss Freda Roeschc vlblted Ml a Ethel Klanery, who Is attending school at tho Normal, In Richmond, Saturday und Sunday. 1 The Square Deal Storo has a new lino of dry goods and notions which you should price boforo buying elsewhere. One price and a square deal guaranteed to all, Mrs. Salllo Fowler. Mr. Wilson of Katlll County has purchased from Porter and Howell tho house on Center Street where Mr. James Jackson Is living. Now Millinery store opposite Birea j.National Bank Mrs. Allle FowIt Uingham, close to her old stand. Mrs. J. H. Bean and two daughters left for their homo In Oklahoma last Ptinrtfiv. If0f Rnn it'll! rutrintti hnw. for some time yet. ,,AUV CHICKS 5 cents each with IC. L. Hoberts. , or without tho mother. President Frost preacbtd tho laU sermon of the winter term at Chapel last Sunday night on the fiEarly Heroes of Ucrea." For the whitest and best flour, go to R. J. Engle. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abrams of Jackson County were visiting In town with friends fiom Saturday until Monday. , President Frobt is to preach ut Chapel next Sunday night. For flno spring millinery call on Mrs. Alllo Fowler Illngham iu Kngle Building opposite Ben a National Uank. Boys, bring your rubber and Iron to J. S. Gott on Dopot Street for high prices. Mr. John Gabbard and family moved to their farm which Is about threo miles out on the Richmond pike, at tho first of the week. Miss Carroll Hill came, Friday, from Woodstock, III., for a ten days visit with her brother and friends. Mr. Jnmos Iiugtt has moved from Center Street to tho place Mr. Jno. Gabbard has just left. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE An oak suite of furniture. Call nt Mr. H. It. Howell returned, Mon- The Cltlren office. day, from an extended trip In thMr. Norman Imrle entertained his South. Sunday school class, consisting of J. 11. Parsons and family have re- Castello Bandlllo, Chas. Frazicr, Geo. turned from Hamilton, Olilo Krnzler und Ester Wilson nt suimer Mr. and Mrs. Combs of Hazard, Ky, Bl Room; Tuvem on.) night last visited at Judge Lewis', Saturday anil week. Sunday. FOR SALE Flue site for u home, beuutlful Barred Plymouth BABY CHICKS: P.ocks, JS.00 per 100. Eggs for hatch- vlow. Located on water main; pipes ing 50 cents per 13. Mrs. J. B. Wal-Uc- laid for sowcragc; cement slduwalk. Address Box 328, Berea, Ky. Wallaceton, Ky. o, Don't let anyone sell you fertilizer and make you believe it is as good as the Globe Fertilizer for it is not. Ask your neighbor. For sale by Rhodus & Hayes. Chapel Monday morning. He eVprvM-e- d himself as delighted with tho work being done In Berea. FOR VOUR Miss Mary Arbeely, whom many will remember as a iopular btudent hero several yearn ugo, Is sending tho winter In Glcndora, California, with nn nunt. Miss Lou Cumbuck of SpringliclJ, Ohio, Is visiting her friend, .Mrs. K. U. ' Seed Potatoes GO TO j TATUM'S All Varieties Mill Feed $1.30 Ideal Patent Flour - - 65c Fairy Patent - - - - 65c Good as is made. Putnam. Mr. C. (5. ' llouushell, former mlssl- onary In Korea, and now represent- lng the Student Volunteer Movement, was present at the opening exercise, Wednesday, and is to speak at United Chaiel, Thursday morning. .... The Real Value of a Garment or an overcoat depends, to a remarkable extent, on the class of trimmings used, the class of tailoring employed, and upon the fit. may not thoroughly realize it, but it is a fact that- - the true value of a garment depends on the manner in which it is made and trimmed. Good cloth with poor tailoring and poor fitting qualities makes a most unsatisfactory gar ment, no matter what you pay" for it. The real worth of a suit Y 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. Bargain Day 2:00 p. m. SATURDAY APRIL MRS. EARLY MAIN ST. HAYES RHODUS , STORE THE QUALITY BEREA, KY. WKHCtUTttOIdV fcU4 UClVIUtO WW YOHK CO March 30. 19 it. ClllZLN. IN OUR Kmc Imvu OWN STATE LADIES Cleaning time is SPRING House. wish to cheer up here, you your rooms with a few pieces of New Furniture, brighten up the old walls with New Paper and the floors with New Rugs. Continued from first psfft tow days ago. Mr. Langlcy with a companion had determined to stay on deck to wntch the rolling of tho sea, but tho storm becamo bo violent that thoy concluded to go below, and Just as they got under cover tho waves rolled over the-doand toro away tho railing to which thy had ck Fresh and cured meats and lard. .Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for hides, furs, butter, eggs and chickens FRESH FISH EVERY THURSDAY Kldd Building, Corner Main and B. R.OBERTS, Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. PALACE MEAT MARKET U. teen clinging. KENTUCKY'S GRAND OLD MAN General S. 1). Buckncr, tho last of tho Lieutenant Generals ot tho Confederate armies and tho officer cf highest rank among Civil War veterans, cither federal or confederate, will colohrato his SSth anniversary nt his home, "Glen Lily," In Hart County, April 1st. General Duckncr Is also distinguished becauso of tho fact that he Is a Mexican War veteran nnd also an of Kentucky. Ho Is possibly tho person of greatest historic Interest In tho United States today. NOW IT IS FLOYD No ono over supposed that Adams County, Ohio, or Vermillion County, 111., stood alone In their record for election frauds. Hut It Is doubtful' If any 0110 would havo picked out Floyd County, Ky., as tho ono to attract attention In that respect next. Uut such Is tho case. Already 210 Indictments have been returned and there aro promises of many more, nnd theso promises havo led to a general exodus lu order to cscupo tho sliamo of exposure. Next? O'ltKAIt ANNOUNCES Judgo K. C. O'Kcar announced his candidacy for governor, Tuesday, In a statement to tho press In which ho makes his position clear on all public questions of lmportanco tho people of tho state today. He declares unequivocally for Woman Suffrage In school elections, for tho County Unit Liquor Law, Revision of tho Tax System, tho Good Roads Amendment, the destruction of tho "Third House" or professional lobby, prompt redisricting of thu State according to (he constitution, the Intltativo and Referendum under certain conditions, and tho Election of United States Senators by popular vote. A BIG BARGAIN Prop. I INVITE YOU low- and most complete and the prices the est that I have ever made. to call and look through my stock from be- ginning to end and see the great bargains I have for you. The assortment is the largest $1500 Worth of R.ugs, Carpets, and Mattings JUST ARRIVED Before opening these I wish to close out about forty Rugs in room size Brussels at $3.50, $10 and $12 and a few room size Axminsters at $10, $12.50 Watch this space for bargains. and $15 each. All other goods in proportion. CHRISMAN, The STEREOPTICONLECTURE Tfcs lecture given nt tho Chapel Saturday night by Mr. James Speed of lAMilavlllo was of mora than ordinary interest. Illy subject was "Tho Improvement of Our Rural Schools." Tha locluru was Illustrated by many troptlcon slides from picture" made by Mr. Speed, chiefly of schools und school conditions in Jefferson and Woodford Couutlcs. To got Illustrations to show what the schools bhould ' the lecturer had to go to Indiana pnd the concluding slides were from picture made In that statu. It was a surprise to many of Mr. Speed's audience to find that tho school facilities In two of the richest ountlcs In tho state wero no bettor chaa those In somo of our ioorer districts; for Instance, Iti tho mountains. rtroo'ot'the most tnlfftstlnj; slides wero ono of u modern dairy with concrete floors, steel stalls, and beautiful windows admitting plenty of light and sir; a keeper trimming a .'too sheep for exhibition In tho state Furniture Man "Over nnd over again appreciative mention was mado of tho eminent horvlco rendered the convention by tho Boron Quartot. There Is no doubting that all that was said In their pralso was richly deserved and nono too much to say.' Of the bans of John Henry, tho bo-fo- re Lincoln Institute, the normal and Industrial school for negroes, that owes Its origin to Ucrea Collego Is soon to bo a reality. Dr. A. E. Thomson, former pastor of tho Union church at Berea, is tho President or tho Hoard of Trustees, a body now ' entirely separate from Deren College. Ur Thomson announces that tho com tract Ila8 been nwarded to tho Georgo place. Rommel Company for $100,005, This la a great bargain and can ra over seven comietIMvc bidders for be had for only 4& per acre, half the erection of an administration down and balance In payments. Adbuilding, containing executlvo offidress J. P. Blcknell, Berca, Ky., or ces, class rooms nnd libraries, dormiRobort Boln, Paint Lick, Ky R. F. . . . MILLINER.Y ANNOUNCEMENT . . . tory for girls nnd boys, boys' Indus- D. No. 2. Possession given at once It bought. We have fitted up the small store house next to the one that trial building and several houses for school workers. was Inirneil, anil on the same side of the stieet, about fifty yards VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY Work on these buildings, which will from our old stand, where we will sell millinery this season. FOR SALE I also have a very valuable tows bo located on a farm of 4 14. SI acres, Owing to our misfortune in gottinf? our stock hurried we shall acquired some tlmo ago, will begin at property In Central Berca on south have only the latest and hest styles. We shall most gratefully appreciate your trade and as wc have a splendid trimmer, Miss once. Tho time But for tho completion side ot Chestnut St., opposite NaIda Martyn, who has had twelve seasons experience and is g fled j i the buildings, according to the tional Bank building. This lot la at her trade. w are sure we can give you satisfaction in your hat. terms of the contract with tho bulld-- j 127 foot front extending back 175 ers, is March, lul2. It l also stipula- feet and has on It a good six room, We Guarantee Every Order to Give Satisfaction that tho contractors are to furnish two story framed house, excellent We will haw mi formal opening this onlng to Unified MMce, ted bond a of CO per cent or tho contract gardon and barn. Also a good new but any lime you wUli to buy your hat of ut we art- - ready to ulve you the framed store building with living price. mot courteous attention. We art- - ready for IiikIiicss nnd rnn till u,,r ,.r,l..r h our trimmer I especially good at mallng the stylish I, raid hat nbovo Store room 25xC0 ft. o much . I In wmlM Ilia H.tii tljt ii.i..A..l..l.. urorr given our COMMISSIONERS SALE AH In good condition and a flno lo-- I iriT,aumcciir the hecomlngnesu amitheir "reateM V?ii to' plea.e first In wlh iurctitnmrr of hats, and jKdlth Hronaugh, etc., cation for any one wanting a splensecond In price. We will ell the cheapest, good Hvle, Plaintiffs. hats in did business location In tho beautl- Ilerea thli ear Gallon in nt nur convenience 'and let ut prow this ' vs. uertlnn true Vour llmlne and patronage are solicited. Rcpectfullr, ful and oducatlonal town ot Berca, Hagel Hagin, etc., Defendants. ' Under and by virtue of n Judgment Ky. Would soil this property as a MRS. LAURA JONES and order of sale rendered ut tho wholo or separately, "together with .' February Tvrm, loll, of tho Madison all my property In Berea, which is fair, and another kuejHr (using with ground us that or tho editor for sale. For further Information of Tho clrcult Court, tho undesigned, a Jersey heifer after Jho had taken on "Twelve Steps of Progress lor Commissioner of said Court, will address, J. P. Blcknell, Berea, Ky. tho blue ribbon, The lecturer's 011 Saturday, April 1, 1311, on tho for the Public Schools." FimilTY CCAQT on these pictures were that premises at 11 o'clock a. m., soil to nvvt.1 i unu . A .llW.lll nf tl.n J tho dairyman knew that by giving ui 1110 lumbal UlUIUUIfI S ,ho uBbest und best bidder a certain RFRPA MIKIPIANQ his oowh clean stalls und plenty of j)Iirccl of Iand )a thp town of Uerea of the fnculty entertained thcmsalves at tho homo of Prof, nnd Mrs. light nud air ho could hureaso (h Tim Collego Orchestra and Quur- - Madison County, Kentucky, nnd last Fridny night. On nccount milk supply by fifteen percent, but seem to have captured tho Dan- - w:rlbed as follows: Fronting Doono Street In Uerea of tho Illness of Mrs. Putnam tho that neither this farmer nor any .f vllle V. M. C. A. convention. Tho hla neighbors appreciated tho effect MooHuiigrr Is uiibtlnted lu Its words --"J3 feet, moro or loss, on tho West party was pobtponed fiom St. Patof boautlful school surruuudings up- of praise. Wo quota the following: ; Side of said Street, and running back rick's day. A sumptuous superb satis on tho training of their children. Tho music furnished by tho Uerea hi parallel lines 2S3 feet; thenco a fying supiier was served, consisting Asklsg thu keeper of tho sheep how Collego Orchestra during tho Y. M. straight lino In rear parallel to front almost solely of selected sen fruit many bo could rare for und exhibit, C. A. meeting in this city was highly ''"0 of Boono Street. Said property served Beethlng, sllmly sliced sandlio said that no one could keep more complimented t of A. II. Williams on wiches, stylishly shaped, symmetriby all who heard It. J0'"8 to than four lu good sunpo or In such This organization has furnished tho tho North nud tho lot of I. C. Baker cal social snaps, siuntl Jliarp spicy surefelting condition that ho might expect thein iiiubIc for former State gatherings 0,1 'uo South. Said proiierty will be slender swoet pickles, to win prizes. The mau In charge of of tho Association. The young men, offered for sale first In four lots' sweetmeats, snowy sweetcake, sips ch fronting Doono Stroet 73 feot of spinster's sedative nud tho heifer who trimmed her toes und all of whom are members of tho stimulants. A few expcrlencd polished her horns ewry morning V. M0. A., take great Interest in nnd "tuning back In parallel lines 2S3 feet to tho rear. vuttlng her on exhibition said tho work." It will then eonio difficulty In riachlug tholr . Lo offered as a wholo and sold so as rooms after tho party und varlouB unexpected events ndded rest to reallzo tho most money. TERMS: Said laud will bo sold to tho occasion, YOU CAN HOLD UP " a croJlt ot 8lx uloutls time. Tho YOUR BREAD purchaser will bo required U) execute CALIFORNIA for criticism with confidence if bonds with approved security payable If you aro thinking of coming, or you have made it of Cream of to tho Commissioner, bearing C per want to know why you should come Wheat flour. For there will be cent Interest from dato of sale un to California, wrlto to me, and I no fault to be found with it from til paid, to havo tho force nnd efcrust to center. fect of a Judgment with a Hen re- - shall tako delight In telling you why, und giving you any you Include a sock of Cream ofta,ucl1 "J0" tho ,and unUl ftl1 0,0 may desire, I am a information ami ' Kentucklun Wheat flour in your next grocery Purchase money Is paid, take a special Interest In Kentucky lllce order. Don't take anv other kind. 1 have been In California ten Commissioner, M. C. C. people. Master There is only one best flour as years, on the farm and thoroughly you'll acknowledge when you come understand tho noil and conditions. HOUSK AND LOT FOR BALE to use the Cream of Wheat brand. New well built modern style five It you think ot coming to California Made room cottage, plenty ot water, good drop me a line, by.- Yours truly, garden and barn, lot only few minuII. L. Bishop, tes wulk from postofflco. See J. W. Berca ANDREW ISAACS, Prop. Kentucky Klugtburg, Freubo County, Cut. Itosklus, Uerea, Ky. 1-I , ! -- seven wero as many as a single man could properly attend. Tho point Illustrated was manifest to all. To win prizes It takes ono man for four sheep or one, mau for seen heifers, but tho fathers nnd mothers of Kentucky are content to put fllty and sixty and sometimes seventy-fivchildren In n small school room poorly heated, ventilated and lighted, and expect those samo children to como out finished educational products. Tills In Kentucky nnd In somo other places. Children seem to bo of less linortnnco than milk cows, fancy rheop and Jersey heifers. Hut Kentucky Is awakening. Mr. Seed's expenses are being paid by contributions from thoso Interested In tho welfare of tho children of tho state, ho traveling under tho nuspl-ce- s of tho Ix)uIhvIIIc Hoard of Trade. It Is a matter of homo Interest to Horca that this work Is being taken up throughout the state, a work Do- Kxtenslon lecturers havo been carrying on In tho mountains, Mr. Speed's lecture covering tho same that e fame paper says; "It was really a musical treat, and If tho young man does not give tho world tho Itoncflt of his talent ho will havo cheated his generation." lincqlnTnstitute In a farm containing 89 2 acres situated on Copper Creek Pike tlx miles west ot Borea, 4 2 miles oast ot Paint Lick, Garrard County, Kentucky. This farm la almost entirely level, Is good land and has on It a good six room house and out buildings, a new tobacco barn coating 150, a splendid orchard, flno drilled well In yard and fountain ot stock water Just,in the right 1-- MINE ACCIDENTS By an act of Congress which effective, July 1, 1910, tho work of tho Bureau of Mines has been readjusted. Tho Investigation ot nil no accldenU with all equipment for that purposo has been placed under tho caro of this bureau. Tho bureau of mines therefore Includes mine accidents nnd fuel investigations, for which an appropriation ot M 10,000 was mado by Congress. The total appropriations for tho Bureau Including tho salaries, rent and expenses of romoval, amount to $302,200. From tho spirit of tho debates In Congress it can be seen that mine accidents are to be regarded as moat urgent nnd so must receive the flrat attention ot tho Bureau. $310,000 was appropriated for mlno accidents. A mlno experiment station was established In Pittsburg during l'JOrf, a- which Investigations of explosions from coal gas, dust, electricity and othor posslblo causes have boon continually under way. Practically all of the coal mines In which explosions have occurred during tho last two years havo been carefully examined, tho gases, coke and dust ha ;o been analyzed nt the laboratory In Pittsburg and every effort has been mado to determine tho cxploslblllty of various' mixtures of gas and air in the presence of shots of different typos of explosives. progress has alio Considerable been mado In the Investigation of explosives used In coal mining, and tho conditions under which they tuny be used with least risk. Manufacturers havo submitted many explosives for at the station and a considerable portion of them have passed and have been classified tmong the permlssablo explosives. The investigations una educational work In connection with tho use cf artificial breathing and other types of mlno rcscuo apparatus, the oxygen helmets, have not only been useful in developing moro satisfactory use ot such equipment In tho examination ot mliie explosions, but also better methods ot using this enuloment in mlno rescue work. By tho new law fuel Investigations havo been transferred from tho Geo logical Survey to tho Bureau of Minos. Through the work done '11 this department of the oureau there bo-cast Denver, Juno 20 nnd 21, tho National Association for tho Htudy and Invention of Tuberculosis presents statistics In a bulletin Issued today, which shows tho result of tho crus-ad- o against consumption in tho Unit-i- d States for tho last 10 years. Tho sovcntli annual meeting of tho National Assoclat(jin In Denver will Le held Just before tho annual meeting of tho American Medical Association In Los Angeles. Tho tuberculoids workers' convention will bo divided Into 'throo sections under tho direction of Dr. William II. Welch of Baltimore, president. Dr. William C. Whito of Pittsburg will bo chairman ot tho Advisory Council of tho association, which will meet nt tho samo tlmo. Tho threo sections 'aro, tho Sociological, with Alexander M. Wll-to- n ot Philadelphia as chairman; tho Clinical, with Dr. Charles L. Greene of St. Paul as chairman; and thu Pathological, with Dr. William Oph-ueof San Francisco as chairman. Tho report of the Executive Secretary, Dr. Livingston Farrand, will bo Incorporated In a statemnct of tho results ot tho crusade against tuberculosis in tho United Statics for the last 10 years, which will be transmitted to tho International Congress on Tuberculosis In Rome, next September. Dr. Farrand's roiort will show that 10 years ago there was only ono organization In tho United States for tho education of tho public abq.it tuberculosis, tho Pennsylvania Society for tho Prevention of Tuberculosis. By September, 1911, tho National Association says there will bo over 100 Buch bodies. Ten years ago there wero but five special dispensaries or clinics for tho examination and Instruction M needy tuberculosis paU-enthreo of these being In Now York City, ono In Boston, and one In Providence. By September. 1911, the United States report will bo able to list nearly 400 such Institutions. In 1900 there wero less than 100 hospitals, wards and pavilions where tuberculosis patients could bo treated, with not more than C.000 beds all told. The National Association hopes lo 4 30 ntPnb" fpo 'by.and sanatoria at, cast aggre- hospitals with an f.ato capacity of at least SO.OOu beds. Commenting on theso possibilities Or. Farrand says that the educattbn-(.- 1 campaign Is directly responsible not only for tho great growth In Institutional provision but that It will also result In tho next ten years in a striking tall in tho death rate from tuberculosis. He adds, "What we need most at tho moment is mora hospitals, more dispensaries, and more visiting nurses. We are working tar theso definite ends, and tho next ten years will show results even more marked than those of the decade Just passed.' ls U, I f has already resulted a better realization throughout tho country as to fuel values. One result ot this work is that nearly all of tho fuel now bought by the Federal Government Is bought on specifications and subject to test by tho Fuel division, or after examination mado of tho coal supplied by tho mines from urchased which coal Is delivered to tho govern ment. It Is tho Intention ot the Bureau of Mines to issuo a series of bulletins covering their work and investigaLECTURE AT M. E. CHURCH tions. All theso publications when isRow Grant Perkins, B. D., of Ona-wasued can bo 'obtained' by addressing Mich., will give his lecturo on tho Director of tho Bureau of Mines "Rome today. Its Peoplo aud Religion" Washington, D. C. at nt tho Methodist Eplscoplal Church, April 4th, at 7:30 p. m. Tho lecture RESULTS OF TUBERCULOSIS WAR will bo illustrated with stereoptlcou Simultaneously with the announce- views. Every ono Bhould hear this ment of Its next annual meeting in lecture. y, - Mas-CltU- com-mcn- ta 1 1 m I 1 Here's a Little Clothes S ense for Sensible Men. In c vtry field of c ffoi t whether building battle ships or nuking toothplcb experience and ability united, produce Ihe greati-it- r value per dollar. That Is wly vt chose to represent & COMPANY, of Cincinnati. We know their designs are matured by specialist- s- their fabrics chosen expertly and ihelr tailoring organisation a tribute to modern In ever garment commercialism. the produce, is apparent, a wealth of experience and special talent on) lo be had as the result of -GOLDMAN-BECKMA- r" to Mn-tlie- ' 1- bo-fo- re years conscientious effort. 1 ou men who do Insist on right style, highest intrinsic value and master workmanship, will do well to become thoroughly acquainted t ! w"' ut W ntw P'ini anl "l,mer showing, lines we art BEREA ROLLER MILLS I "1 ENGLE, SOLD BY C& Berea, Kentucky SON re sic THE CITIZEN stepped forward, Ms rotce crooning m leis, Intangible fear something wtttn wild Joy. "Tomorrow I shall bo ho could not bavo analyzed Had kiogt" which clutched at his heart and urged As he spoko tha cabin trembled, a him to follow the path that led to tremor passed wider then, and the Marlon's. For a time he resisted the toiling of tho bell was lost la a suddon Impulse What If sbo should come b) tumult that came tike tho bursting another path while he was gone? He ot the I waited nervously In the edge .crash ot low thunder. "What Is it!" cried Nathaniel. He lores t, watcning, ana listening lor leaped Into tho room and caught Obsv footsteps. Knch minute seemed like as dlnh by tho arm. "What Is It?" hour marked Into seconds by tho sol 'Tho hand ot Godl" whispered tho emn, steady tolling of tho bell, and old man again. "Nat Nat " It was aftor n little he found himsolt un his old self that stood grimacing and consciously measuring time by count twisting his bands beforo Nathnnlel ing tho strokes. Then he went out now. "Nat a thousand armed men Into tho path. Ho followed It, stes aro off tho coastl Tho Lamanltcs ot by step, until ho could no longer soe tho mainland aro descending upon tho tbo light In tho cabin; his pulse beat Mormon kingdom ns the hosts ot Is- - a llttlo faster; ho stared ahead Into raol upon Canaan! Strang Is doomed tho deep gloom between tho walls ot doomod doomed and tomorrow I forest and quickened his paco. It shall bo klngl" His volco roso In a Marlon was coming to him he would walling shriek. He darted to tho door meet her. It she was not comin- gand his cackling laugh rang with tho in his old fearless way ho promptly old madness as ho pointed Into the made up his mind. He would go bold' north where a lurid glow had mountod ly to tho cabin and tell Uiat Neil was high Into tho sky. waiting. He felt suro that the alarm "Tho signal flro tho belli" he gur sounding from St. James had drawn gled chokingly "They aro calling tho away the guards and that thero would Mormons to arms but It is too late bo nothing to lnterfero with his plan. too latel Ho, bo, It Is too lato, Nat It she had already left the cabin be too latol" He. staggered back, grip would return quickly to Obadlah's. In ping his throat, and foil upon tho his eagerness ho began to run. Once floor. "Too late too late," ho moaned, a sound stopped him tho distant beatgrovollng weakly, as It struggling tor ing ot galloping hoofs. He heard the breath. "Too lalo Nat Marlon " shout ot a man, a reply farther away, A shiver passod through his body tho quick, excited yelping ot a dog. lay quite still. and he His blood danced ns he thoVght of tho gathering ot the Mormon fighters, CHAPTER VIII. th men nnd boys racing down tho black trails from the Inland forests, The Six Castla Chambers. tho In In an Instant Nathanlol was upon ran excitement ho St James. As he on again thought ot Arbor prostrate form his knoos bcsldo tho Crocho mustering tho panting, vengeot tho old councilor. " Obadlnh's eyes were open but un- ful defenders; of Strang, his great seeing; his face was blanched to the voice booming encouragement and promlso, abovo the brazen thunder ot whiteness of paper; nn almost lmper- ceptlblo movement of his chest the boll; bo saw In fancy the frightened huddling groups ot women and Nashowed that ho still breathed. ono ot tho limp hanis children and beyond and abovo all the thaniel lifted and Its clammy chill struck horrcr to coming of the "vengeance of Ood" a his heart. Tenderly he lifted the old hundred beats, a thousand men If-- and from man and carried him to tho cot at thero went out great his soulJoy. not cry ot bis lips At the end ot the room. Ho loosened fromedge ot a stopped for the his' clothos, tons off tho low collar a moment. tho forest he tho clearing Over beyond about his throat, and felt with his a light burned dimly through tho hand to mcasuro tho faint beating ot The sweet odor of tho flowers lite In tho councilor's breast. For a camo to him gently, pcrsuailvoly. and fow moments It seemed to grow faint open. Ho passed er and fainter, and n choking lump nerved him Into the opon space swiftly nnd roso In his throat as he watched tho across tho pallor ot doath fixing Itself on tho plunged Into a tangle of bushes clos to the lighted window. councilor's shriveled face. What He heard n man's voice within, and strango chord ot sympathy was it that bound htm to this old man! Was It then a woman's. Was it Marlon? the samo mystorious Influence that Cautiously Nathanlol cropt .close to had attracted Marlon to him? Ho the log wall ot the cabin. He reached dropped upon his knees and called out, and hesitated. Should be look as bo had dono at tho king's "win tho girl's name softly but It awakened no response In the sightless eyes, no dow? The man's voice came to him tremor In the parted, unquivcring again, harsh and nngry, and this time lips. Very slowly as tho minutes It was not a woman's words that he passod there camo a reaction. The heard but a woman's sobbing cry. He pulsations ot tho weakened heart be- - patted the bushes and a ghtro of light camo a llttlo stronger, he could catch faintly tho sound of breath 'coming from between tho old man's Hps'. With n gasp ot relief Nathaniel roso to his feet Through tho door he saw tho red glare In the northern sky and heard tho great bell at St, James ring a wilder and moro excited alarm. For n fow moments be stood in silent, listening Inaction, his nerves tingling with a strango sensation ot impending peril. Obadlah's madness, the mysterious trembling ot tho earth beneath his foot, the volcano ot fire, the clang ing of tho boll and tho councilor's lnsano rejoicing had all come so sud denly that ho was dazed. What great calamity, what fearful vengeance, was about to come upon tho Mormon king dom?. Was It possible that tho and settlors ot tho mainland had risen, as Obadlau hod said, and were already at hand to destroy Strang and bis people? The thought spurred "I Want to Opesk with Marlon." him to the door. The blood rushed like flro through bis veins. What full on ills face. Tho lamp was on a would It mean to Marion to Nell? tablo and bcsldo tho tablo thero sat n In his excitement ho started down woman, her white head turned from tho path that led to tho lilac hidden him, her face burled In her bands. She homo beyond tho forest. Then he woman and he knew that thought ngaln ot Obadlah and his last was an old choking utterance ot Marlon's name. it was Marion's mother. He could not seo the man. Ho bad tried to speak of ner, even Where was Marlon? He wormed ttmt deathlike rattling ot tho with memory himself back out ot the bushes and breath In his throat; and tho quickly around tho bouse. ot tho old councilor's frantic struggle walked was no other light, no other for words brought Nathaniel quickly Thoro life except In that one room. sign of back to tho cabin. He bent over Oba- With sudden resolution he stopped to dlah's shriveled form and spoko the tho door and knocked loudly. girl's name again and again in his For a full half minute thero w ears. Thoro camo no response, no silence, and ho knocked again. He quiver ot life to show that tho old step. man waa conscious ot his presence beard the approach ot a shuflllng As ho worked ovor him, bathing his the thump, thump, thump ot a cano. and swung back. It was tho man faco and chest In cool water, tho feol-In- the door opened It, a tall giant of an old becamo strong In him that he was who fighting death In this gloomy room for man, doubled as If with rhoumttlsin behind him was tho frightMarlon's sako. It was llko tbo whis and closo ot ened face tbo woman. An involunpering ot on Invisible spirit In his Naears something moro than presenti tary shudder passed through They ment, something that made bis own thaniel ns ho looked at them. shrivhoart grow faint whon death soemed were old so old that the man'sa skelwinning in tho struggle His watch- eled hands woro llko those ot fulness was acute, Intense, desperate. eton; his giant framo soemed about eyes were When, after k time, bo straightened to totter into ruin, his himself again, rewarded by Obadlah's sunken until his faco gate tho horror moro regular breathing, the sweat of n death mask. Was It possible that stood In bends upon his faco. Ho know theso people were the futher and As mother ot and of that he had triumphed. Obadlah ho stepped Marlon threshold Nell? timthey to the would Uvo, and Marian Ho placed his mouth close to the idly drow back from him. In n sin gle glanco Nathaniel swept the room councilor's ear. "Tell mo about Marlon," be said and what ho saw thrilled him, for again. "Marlon Marion Marlon " everywhere wero signs ot Marlon; In Ho waited, stilling his own breath the pictures on tbo walls, tho snowy to catch the sound of a whisper. None curtnlnu, the cushions In tho window Came. As ho bent over him be saw seat and tho huge vase of lilacs oi through the open door that tho red tbo mantle. "I am a messenger of the king," lis glare of lire bad faded to a burnt out glow in the sky. In Uio deep si- Bald, advancing and closing tho door lence the sullen boating ot the boll behind him. "I want to speak with eoomed nearer, and ho could hear the Marlon." (TO BE CONTINUE.) excited barking of dogs In St, James. Slowly the hope that Obadlah might Obeying Injunctions. speak to him died away and ho ro- "1 aiked tbo local sianager to giv turneu to tno aoor. u sun lacKca an hour ot midnight, when Marlon had an eye to this affair." promised to come to him. Ho was "Well, be did." wildly Impatient and to his Impotlence "I am glad to hear tu" tq It a lUo.' "You needn't bo. Ue wai added the fear that had filled him a namo- - ye." us he hovered, over Obadta n g Much 30, 1M1 fsERIAL ST6RY J1 The Courage of ftfe ur Neura self.' "Vice-presiden- Captain Plum Br JAMES. OLIVER CURWOOO Garfield1's Cabinet Puzzled acting as president." There has novor been a case when the question of tho Inability of a president to perform his duties has been raised. It may be easy enough to determlno whether a presldont Is William Wlndoui, federal represen- completely Incapable ot performing tative nnd senator from Minnesota, the duties of his office or not. That one ot the early advocates ot recipro- can be established by medical authorcity and the gold stnndnrd, and candi- ity. Ilut who Is to make tho announcedate for the Ilepubllcan presidential ment? Who Is to call upon the nomination In the threo national conventions of the party held In the "Then Mr. nialno went on to say twelve years beginning with 18S0, was that in his opinion and ho presumed also secretary of the treasury In two In that of all of us President Garfield cabinets Qarfleld's and tlenjnniln Har- was totally Incapacitated, and would rison's. remain in that condition for some time, About a year before Mr. Wlndom re- even though ultimately be should get turned to Washington as a member of well. Suppose then some great emerPresident Harrison's official family, gency,, llko tho Imperative need ot Ishe spoko at length to mo of his recol- suing pardon, or warlike complications lections of the porlod when hla first should artao an emergency which presidential chief lay desperately 111, called for tho assembling of congress. and his cablnot was In dally doubt Would It be perfectly within the meanwhether tho president would survive ing of the Constitution If tho tho wound, or die. wero called upon io act as "Many wero the Incidents connected president? And Mr. lllalno ended by with Garfield's Illness that Impressed Insisting that the cabinet should be mo greatly," said Senator Wlndom, prepared for an emergoncy of that "but the ono that left with mo the kind. most vivid Impressions occurred the of this unofficial taking latter part of July, or It may have been ot "The result that the suggestion was counsel was about the first week in August, mado that thero abould be Informal "You may remember that all and purely personal consultation with through tho president's lllnoss the attorney general, Wayno Mao members of his cabinet remained con- tho Veagh. Mr. lllalno did broach the stantly in Washington. Wo had many subject to the attorney general, and. Informal discussions as to what our duty was under the circumstances, and upon ono occnslon Mr. Malno, the secretary of Blate, said to two or threo of us that he was anxious to discuss with us personally and unofllclally what seemed to him to be a very Important contingency that might arise. How Abram 3. Hewitt Demonstrated to Steel Process Inventor That He Ho then went on to lay that bo had Had Divided His Wealth been reading the clause In tho Constitution which defined tho offlco nnd With tha Nations. responsibilities ot tho president, and that ho bad been trying to discover tbo statement la made Sometime some precedent, or at lrnst a hint. In when a man of groat wealth dies, that, the discussions that took place in the while be amassed millions for himconvention that framed the Constitu self, he enriched tho world to a much tion which might serve as a guide to greater extent than bo did himself. the cabinet should it havo to face the And whenever I seo this statement contingency that ha had in mind. made I always call to mind tbo anec"I asked Mr. Ulalne it he had dote that tbo lato Abram 8. Hewitt reterenco to the clause In the Consti- told mo of Sir Henry llesscmcr. tution which declares that In case ot Abram S, Hewitt Is numbored tho death or disability of tho president amoug Now York's best and most to perform tho business of his office. famous mayors. Ho was chairman of the shall assume oluce. tho Democratic national committee I remember perfectly Mr. Maine's rethat managed the Tlldcn presidential ply, which followed a grave nod of his campaign; his efforts as trustee and head. secretary gave Cooper Union the " 'Wo have had two cases where this world-widfame it enjoys today as an clauso of tho Constitution bus applied,' educational Institution, and for nearhe said. 'Each ot them, however, was ly half n century Mr. Hewitt was a a case involving tho death of a presi- power In tho Iron and stei'l trade. As dent. It was the unquestioned right a manufacturer be gatued on enalcyclopedic knowledgu of commercial, to succeed, ot tho though I havo learned that at the tlmo industrial and financial statistics not of John Tyler's accession thero were only of his own time, but of earlier many who thought ho should sign him times as well; aud ns an authority in Could Not Decide Upon the Manner In Which the President's Inability to Perform Hla Duties Should Ds Declared. t? e E ; r MsgM C. I 5 04 tOow IWt by Boftte-atarrU- tYNOPSIft. Capt Nathaniel num. of the sloop Typhoon, lands secretly on Denver Island, stronghold of tha Uormoaa. lie la suddenly confronted by Obadlah Pride, an eccentrlo old man and a member of the Mormon council, who tells him mat ne is expected. Price Ignore Nat'a protestations that ha haa sot tha wrong man, and bargains for tha ammunition aboard tha sloop. Ila binds Nat by a aoletiin oath to lellier a package to Cranklla Piorce. president of the United Btataa. Near I'rlca'a cabin Nat soe the frightened face of a roune woman who dlaacDOars In, the IC darkness, leaving 'anodortftlla.--develops that Plum a visit .10 tho Island Is to demand settlement from the king--, tranir. fop, tha lootlnar of tils shin some time previously. autipoaodlytbrMMdrmonar Casey, tha mate, has boen left In chargo or the sioon with orders to uomoara m. James it Nat tioea not return within a certain time. Prlca takes Nat In tha darkness, to tho kirn's home, and through a window ha sees the king and his wive, among whom Is tho lady of enth wife Hum calls at tha king's whero ba Is warned by a young woman that his Ufo Is In danger. Strang receives Plum cordially, protesaoa Indignation when ba hears tho captain' grlov-uncand promises to punish the eufltjr. Plum again recelrca wsunlng, of his dan- Ho, rescues NeJL who is being pub-cl- y whipped. The king nrdera Arbor Crocho, tho sheriff and father of Winn-orathe Ctrl who warned Nat, to pursue and kill tha two men. Plum and Noll plan to escape on tho Typhoon. Plum learns that Marlon, the girl of the lilacs, la Nell's slater. SliO.la not yet marrlod to Strang. Plum sufcgeSt carrying' her oft on the ship. NoIf approve. They W .UWIUWV IlllllWVIIIIh Ttll.l HIIUOI Prlco Is In love. In tho enterprise. Nat, meets Marlon and tells her that Nell has left the Island, The thunder of a gun Is heard and Marlon tolls him his ship has been captured by the Mormons. She pleads with him i to leave Uio Island and prevent her brother from returning. Hha pays nothing can aavo tier from Strang. Plum llnds Prlco raving mad. CHAPTER VII. Continued. o. e. e, though I did not hear tho conversation that took place betwoon them, I was autborltatlvoty Informed that the attorney general was of tho opinion that In case the disabiltho ity of tho president was unquostlonod, could rightfully assume tho duties ot president; the Constitution was unmistakable on this point. 'Hut,' the attor'If the ney goncral asked: gets tho presidency In that takway, bow In the world Is ho en out of It In case the president recovers nnd Is once more ablo to pop which form tho dutlos of tho office-t- o ho was elected T "That question was a pursier," continued Senator Wlndom, "and thoro wero so many other complications that eventually wo Informally decided to tako no action unless a most Imperative emorgency arose. I have always been thankful that an emergency of the sort did not arise. Yet I think by that congress ought to Indicate Instatute the manner In which the ability of a presldont to perform the duties of bis office shall bo declared, and the manner In which bis ability to resume the offlco may bo logally nt to-b- o (Copyright, !10, by H. J, Edwards. nights Ilcserved.) set forth." All Not Scorching. "You son looks all fagged out. Perhaps It Is tho studies that he Is pursuing." "No, It must bo something else. At the ratn he Is pursuing his studies that pursuit would not fag blm out In a thousand years." Yankee Surprised Bessemer tbo aleol trade be came to know Intimately the Inventor ot tho Dcssomcr process of steel making. years after Sir "About twenty-fivHenry Uessnmer bad Invented bis process of converting Iron Into steel, I was a guest at his homo some distance from the city of lllrrolngham," said Mr. Hewttl not long beforo hi death, which occurred In 1903, when he was clghty-onyears of age. "Somo time previous to catling on Sir Henry I had made tbo statement that In e shudder ran through tha councilor's traruo, as It tho votoo had start-tehim, his arms and body stlffoncd and slowly bo lifted his head. Nathaniel tried to etiflo tho cry on his lips, tried to enillo to speak, biit the terrible faco that stared up Into bis own held him silent, motionless. Ho had heard tho votco ot madness, now he looted upon madness. In the eyes that glared aMilm. In thom was no algn ot recognition, no passing flash of sanity. The whlto faco was lined with purplish vol ns, tho mouth was distorted and tho lips bloedlng. Involuntarily ho stepped back to tho end ot tho table. At his movement tho councilor stretched out his arras with a nobbing A d moan. ' '4 i t fl - "Nat Nat don't go" lie felt again upon his faco. clutching tho tablo In a sudden convulsion. In tho next room Nathaniel had noticed a pall ot water and ho brought this and wet tho. old man's head. For a long tlmo Obadlau did not movo, and when ho did It was to reach out with a groping band (o And Nathaniel. A cbango had como Into bin faco whon ho lifted It again, tho mad flro had partly burned Itself out ot his eyes, the old chuckling laugh catuo from between bis lips. "A llttlo weakness, Nat a little weakness," bo gasped faintly. "I have It now and then. Hicltcmcnt great excitement " Ho straightened himself for a moment and utood, swaying free from tho (nblo, then collapsed Into a'cbalr, lilt head dropping upon his breast. Without arousing hlin from tbo stupor into which ho bad fallen, Nathaniel again concealed himself In the shadows outsldo the cabin where ho could better guard himself ngalnst the posslblo approach of Mormon visitors, llut be did not remain long. Ho struck a match and saw that It was nearly It and a sudden resolution turned hlra back to tbo cabin door. He bcllovcd that Obadlau would uot easily arouse himself from tho strango stupor luto which ho bad fallen. Mcanwbllo ho would find food and then conceal lilnibclt near the path to Intercept Marlon, As ho mounted tho step ho heard for the second Umo slnco landing upon tho island tho solemn lolling ot tho great bell at St, James, aud as he paused for un Instant to llston, peal upon peal followed tbo first until its brazen thunder rolled In ono long booming echo through Uo forests ot the Mormou kingdom. Thoro came a shrill cry ut bis back and bo whirled about to noo tho councilor standing In the ceuter ot the big room, bis arms outstretched, his faco lifted as It bad been raised In prayer at tho loltlug ot tho sanio belt tho night boforo but this tlmo It wus not prayer that fell from his litis. "Nat, yo havo rotvrnod In (ho hour of vengcaucol Tha hand of Ood Is descending upou tho Mormon " king-doral- One Vote Became a Majority How One Lone Delegate In Republican Convention of 1880 Finally Drought About Nomination of James A. Garfield. "Mr. Quay, you would put me un der a great obligation If you would glvo me information respecting tbo personality, and purpose of that vociferous dolegato from your stato who U casting tha solitary vote reported by tho secretary of this convention for James A. Garfield," said Itoacoo Conk- ling at tbo Chicago Ilepubllcan con vention ot 1S80, to Matthew Stanley Quay, tho leader of tho Pennsylvania delegation. "1 can't explain. Senator," Mr. Quay replied. "He Is a dolegato from the Hazloton district, and he Is disobeying tho Instructions of that district, voto for Garfield with this temptation beforo his eyes; that. In the event ot Garfield's election, Mr. Greer would bo appointed to an important position in tho treasury department "That Is to bo Greer's reward," was tho common saying; and following Garfluld's triumph at the polls, this opinion seemed to bo Justified when It was learned that tho new president had offered Mr. Greer tho post of assistant secretary of the treasury. Ilut Instead of accepting tbo offer, as It was commonly believed he would, Mr. Greer declined tho appointment, and when asked for the reason replied: "I do not want any political office. I could not afford to accept any appointment, I could not afford to glvo up my business or my association with my bank." "Then It Is not true that you wont to the Chicago convention determined to support Garfield because you had an ambition for an otllco In the treas- or thirty years the United Slates would bo suprotne among all the nations of tbo world In tbo production of Iron nnd steel a prophecy that has come true, as you know. Sir Henry had heard ot my forecast, and was Inclined to doubt Its accuracy. Ilut ho was eager to talk the matter over with me, and almost as soon as I had reached his home ho took me for n chat over my statcmont Into bla library, n beautiful room that contained ono of tho choicest collection of the classics I have ovor seen, as well as a completo library telling of the production of Iron and steel throughout tho world. 'There, while Sir Henry llstoned attentively, 1 told him why I bollovt my country would eventually lead, nnd bo Independent of, tbo cntlro world In tho production ot Iron nnd atcol. 1 quotud tho statistics I had nt hand In support of my contention, nnd, finally, I added: 'And, Sir Henry, you will be responsible for tho prestige which wo shall obtain, for had It not boen for your dUcovery of tho process by .which perfect steel can bo mado cheaply, we should nut now bu able to compete with you In the manufacture ot eteel and would probably havo to import all our steel.' "Sir Henry smiled Indulgently; It was plain that I had not succeeded In twenty-flra convincing blm. His word cauie In a ganplug. but triumphant ciy. "And tomorrow tomorrow " Its which commanded him to voto for GrnnU ot General tbo nomination Why bo is voting for Garfield I dou't know, llut It Is only ono vote, and (bat doesn't mean anything." "Sometimes one voto becomes a majority vote," Senator Conkllng an swered, grimly. And so, curiously enough, It happened In this case. The lone, delegato from tho anthracite coal region of tha Koystono state cast his voto with such unvarying regularity for James A. Garfield that at last attention became fixed upon tho delegato and tho swin he was voting for, nnd by ono of those curious psychological moods that often descend upon a crowd, tho name Of James A. Garfield fired tho imagination of the delegates and tho majority vote ot the convention had been much prolongod In a vain attempt to docide ujion ono of tbo prominent candidates. The name ot this original Garfield man, In tbo real meaning ot that term, was Alexander Greer, a banker of Luzerne, Fa., a roan ot high character, who, when bo was elected a delegate to tbo national convention, was presumed to be In full accord with the sentiment of his district, which favored the nomination of General Grant for a third term. 8o, when his solitary insistence upon Qarfleld bad at last turned the convention lu that direction, the report was sent broadcast that Mr Greer bad been Induced to o I said, 'perhaps I can you on nnother matter that has been Interesting mo greatly of late, llut first tell mo, If you can. about how many millions ot pounds your invention baa brought to you personally, I do not ask tho question out of Idle curiosity.' "For perhaps flvo minutes Sir Hen ry was absorbed In mental calculation, Then he said; 'Mr. Hewitt, I should say, that my process of steel manufacturing has brought me about four million pounds.' ury?" "That Is twenty million dollars In did not know me; "General Garfield Amerlcnn money,' I replied. Then t Chi1 bad never seen him until tho took n pencil and paper and began to cago convention was organized," was do some figuring, based on my knowl-cif'etho reply. "I went to tho convention of statistics of steel producexpecting fully to obey the Instruc- tion nnd tho comnierco arid manufacof tions of my district convention uud ture. I made n rapid computation and voto for General Grant for president. handed tho paper to Sir Henry. Ililt when General Garfield mado his "'You will seo by my figure,' I exspfecti placing John Sherman In nom- plained, 'that your Invention, within I was so treination for president, ii quarter of, a century, has Increased mendously Impressed by tho personal- tho material wealth of the world by ity, tho magnificent physique, the su- an amount practically equivalent to perb voice and the wonderful rhetoric tbo cash capttal of tho commercial naand oloquence of Garfield that I said tions of the world as that was a hunto myself, This man. In my opinion, dred years ago, or at the time of the Is the man who should bo nomtnatod close ot our Revolutionary war.' Inr nrnalrinnt nf tha United Htntoa bv "For a long tlmo Sir Henry looked I backod tliatl blankly tbo Ilepubllcan party.' at tho figures, 'You ntiiaiu opinion with iny vote, even when I me,' he said, at last. 'I know that recolved telegrams and powerful per you are familiar with the statistics zonal appeals urging mo to change my you have employed to nrrtvo at this vote to General Orant; and as I con- result. Yet It doesn't soem credible.' tinued to vote ntono I grew more and "'Nevertheless, tho story thoeo figmore convinced that my lono ballot ures tell Is the truth,' J answered. way to Gar- 'And of the Increased wealth of the would eventually point tho field's nomination. world hundreds ot millions lu I have "1 waa right in that belief. from your great Invention, never regretted my vote for Oarflold. you have received only twenty milAnd In the triumph of Garfield Id the lion dollars. Surely, you havo divided convention I received all the payment, your great wealth with all the naor reward, that 1 shall ever care for." tions.'" All 'Copytlstit, !M by IS. J. KdwarJs. All iCot'Mlslll, WO. by K. J, KOwards ltlghts nrscrwd.) )ll(hts lltstrvoJ.) con-vlncall-res- ulting "'Well,' . I I Marck 30, 1911 VENTILATE THE SHEEP SHED THE CITIZEN Structure Should Be 8o Arranged So As to Give Nsoessary Fresh Air and Exelude Heavy Rains. A building devoted to sheep should be arranged so as to giro tho desired fresh air and prevent the beating rains from goltlng Inside. Ordinary door arrangements will not afford Page Serea CHICKEN FEED ESSENTIAL 1855 FOR ULTIMATE SUCCESS Hopper Feeding Found to be Best Method as Practically All of Feed Is In Dry Form Best Ifieda ura Always Cheapest. Berea College Of all Over 64 instructors, 1365 students from 27 states. Largest college library in Kentucky. NO SALOONS. FEED APPARATUS FOR SWINE Device Adapted for Feeding Cattle, But Mors Particularly Hog Delivery I Regulated. FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE THE MOUNTAINS. Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of this protection. Windows or the uppor part of the building may be fixed with strong Device shown In tho llluitratlon, tho Idea of Charles CI. Howard of ICxetcr, Neb., provides an apparatus for feeding cAttlo and moro partial larly awlno, which may bo arranged to regulato tho rntn of dollvery of tho food; protldo nn apparatus where tho door for delivering the food mny Ventilated Sheep Shed. be readily and quickly adjusted: and proTldci! a construction which In slm- - hinges so ns to be pushed out and pin, economical, nnd durable, says propped open, allowing tho fresh air tho Scientific American. Bo far as to enter at tho bottom of the opening. posslblo all the members shown In Tho top of this kind of a "shed may the engraving arc constructed from lio left open the grenter part of tho time without harming the flock nt all. GOOD FITTINGS FOR STABLES Buildings Should Be Well Lighted and High Enough for Ample Ventilation Slzo of Doors. . f iflv a i A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with other like himself, where he can make most rapid progress. Style ot House Used by Mrv Mlthler. (Ily I.IITt) MISIU.KR) Wo havo found the best method ot feeding to bo whnt Is termed hopper feeding. Practically all the feed Is In the dry form. For small chicks up to eight weeks old wo bave never found anything which will put on moro grades of growth than the commercial chick feeds. For tho first few days I sprinkle tho smallest sizes of this feed thickly where tho young chicks aro, so that every tlmo they pick they get a grain. As soon as tbey begin to como outside the coop, which Is In two or three days, all the feed Is placed In hoppers mado on the same general principle as our larger ones. Many farmers neglect to furnish their chicks with meat food. This Is essential If one wants to get tbo proper amount of growth. It Is best supplied In tho form of beef scraps. Don't get a cheap scrap. The best balances tbe ration to that you will get tbo best possible benefit from the grain feeds. Wo placo this in tho hopper so tbo chicks can help themselves. They do not eat more than they will need. Tbe feed hoppers should not bo allowed to get wet or tbo feed Is liable to spoil, flood hoppers and a little care will prevent this. Tbo feed Is always clean and there Is always feed ready How when tho chick Is hungry. much better than for the chicks to go around half starred for several hours and then when feed Is finally thrown out to them they will gorge high-class Which Department Will You Enter? Same lecture THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advancod. library and general advantages' aa for moro advanced students. Arithmetle and tho common branches taught In tho right way. Drawing, Singing, Bible, Handwork, Lessons in Farm and Household Management, eta Free test books. TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade (fractions and compound numbers), Brickwork, Farm Management, Printing, Woodwork. Nursing, Dressmaking, Household MinagomenL "Learn and Earn." 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A comb of this kind can be made of ft block of wood, Inch thick, 3 r.i The stables for tho stock should be well lighted, high enough for nmple ventilation and tho stalls wide and long enough for tho stock to rest In comfort. The stable doers should be fully four feet In width, bung on rollers; this will prevent an animal from being Injured In passing In or out of a door. Tho winter doors should bo solid and slotted In summer. Tho following dimensions will prove satisfactory: Width or doublo stall with stanchions for cows, C feet; width of feed trough, 18 Inches; width of feed passage between two rows of cattle, 4 foot; length of stall from stanchion to gutter for small cows, 5 feet; length of stall from stanchion to gutter for largo cows, fi feet; length of partitions between stalls, 4 feet; width of manure gutter In cow stable, 12 Inches; depth of gutter, 8 Inches, and walk behind cows, 2 feet. Width of stall for horses, 5 feet; length of stall for horses, 12 feet; size of looso box for mare with colt, 10x12 feet, and stzo of loose box for cow and calf, 8x10 feet. A concrete floor put down on a prop erly graded base of cracked stone Is not too hard If the rattle are well bedded. The best floor for horses Is one of red clay. Just made moist enough to puck down Arm. A clay floor Is best for horses' feet. A stone floor Is too hard, and a board floor Is too dry. Tho stable should face south; tho doors shoould open out upon a dry yard, securely fenced. Hunnlng water In the yard, wftti drain to carry off tho overflow. Is to be pre' ferrcd to water In the stable. halt-open a very small drove. If they have to feed to go to when they fall to And plenty by foraging tbey will gain In slzo much faster. As tbo cblck grows In stzo the larger slzo ot chick feed Is used. Along about harvest time wo begin to place wheat, whole or cracked, In ono section of the hopper; In another, cracked corn, In other sections, oyster shells, charcoal (chick size), and n dry mash composed of equal parts of bran, middlings and ground oats. Oats Is one ot tho best feeds one can giro chicks for growth, but It Is bard to get In suitable form for feeding to poultry. One ot the best methods. Is to sprout it. A pall of oats Is covered with water and allowed to soak about twelve hours. In winter we ueo water which Is heated and Just cool enough that you can bear your hand In It; In summer, cold water. After soaking, tho oats arc poured out Into trays two feet wide and three feet long and two Inches deep. The bottoms of these trays nre beef-scrap- Home-Mad- e Rubber Curry Comb. Food to Sow. Bows that are fed on corn and other concentrated, foods during pregnancy aro qulto euro to experience moro or less difficulty at farrowing time and wo need not blame tbo sow or wonder if she Is crocs and feverish and runs and chases tho pigs up In ono corner of tbo pen, or even turns upon them and devours them. g We havo often been able to get from tho baker a lot ot stale bread (not moldy). This bread usually sells at bait prlco or less and Is about as cheap as tho commercial chick feeds, This bread Is pound for pound. soaked In milk and then squeezed out dry and fed to tho chicks every day or two as an extra feed. It Is one of the best growers one can get. It dews not pay to feed cheap feds or sparingly It one wants to make good profit out of their poultry. It Is a mistake to think that poultry can pick up Its own living during the early spring months unless ono has themselves. made of galvanized mesh wire screen. We start a buck-- . etful ot tbo oats everyday piling tbe trays on top of each other until we hnvo four or five. Meanwhllo we must thoroughly stir thfe oafs In each tray, every day and wet with water. Tho oats will, no doubt, ,beat some; and this makes them sprout fast, but If they have a tendency to get loo hot, cold water ronld be used to keep them cool. Ily the fourth or fifth day the sprouts are f perhaps to ono Inch long. For summer feeding when tho stock can get plenty of grass they will eat tho oats readily at this Binge and it is ns good a growing feed ns can be obtained. Tho sprouts are very good for, early chicks that can get no grass, In feeding for growth and early de velopment, remember that tho best feeda nre tho cheapest, and that plenty of telean feed of such variety to produce a balanced ration, and plenty ot pure water, will make you more profit than If tbo birds am ecnntlly fed and allowed to stay In filthy quarters and pestered by ltce. one-hal- fees. Expenses, Regulations. Opening Days. Berea College is not a money-makinInstitution. All the money rt celved from students is paid out for their benefit, and tho School expend on an average upon each studont about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In. This great deficit Is mado up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Borca In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness. OUR 8CH00L IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students' ecme from the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may bo elck the College provides doctor and nurso without extra, ofiarge. All except thoso with parents in Borca live in College buildings, and assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to tho valuo of their labor. Except In win. ter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part ot their eav penses. "Write to the Secretary before coming to cccuro employmqaL. PERSONAL EXPENSE'S foVelothlng, laundry, postage, book,i, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes, are necessary. The Store furnishes books, tollot articles, work uniforms, umbrollasVaad g or 4 Inches wide and 6 Inches long. Tack a piece of corrugated rubber, a plcco of rubber stair pad will do, on ono surfaco of tho block. Mako a ban. die and fasten It to tbo other sldu of tbo block. Tho rubber tacked to the block Is shown In rig. 1 and tbo side view showing tho handle In Fig. 2. SIMPLE SEED CORN TESTER irooi An excellent bedding for hogs Is marsh hay or pulp from sugar cano meal. This gives out very little dust. On a farm of 100 acros or over it pays much better to sell sheep aa mutHog Cholera. ton Instead of stock for other people A subscriber's prevcntlvo for hog to fatten. cholera wo print It for Just what It Is A handful of oil meal given to tbo worth without any comments: Wood horso onco a day will keep him In iharcoal, 1 pound; salt, 2 pounds; so good condition and makes bis coat soft dium bicarbonate, 2 pounds; sodium and sleek. byposulphllo, 2 pounds; sodium sulThe pigs should be allowed the frso phate, 1 pound; black antimony, 1 range of an alfalfa field and fed milk pound; sulphur, 1 pound. Havo the and shorts and barley, or a mixture of druggist pulverUo It and thoroughly tbo tbreo. mix. A tablespoonful onco a day for If you ennnot afford to buy pure-breeach 200 pounds of bog Is tbo right marea at the start, buy the best you dose mixed In a ooft food. Tbl If a can, then trade and buy until you can che'ap remedy and harmless. get the real article. It Is easy to teach a suckling colt how to drink milk, and a quart of Keeping Sheep. Partners should keep tuoro sheep. warm cow's milk In the morning will any a woman of feoblo health Is ta- give It u good start. It Many marcs aro unable to supply iling euro of milk, milk dishes, buttor their colts with sufficient milk, particur and butter utensils on farms much worked. In such cases adapted to sheep than cows, and larly when hard helped they should be out. wbero tho same, or a greater Income Tbo averago farmer can care for could bo derived from tho keoptng of Ave wwi with very little sheep. When you have a fleece of wool four or but keep good ones, as or a lamb, some one comes to your trouble; are likely to loso money for door for It, and tbo care of tbo sheep scrubs you. h In summer or winter Is not Bbeep will dig pretty close to the as expensive as that of cows. grass roots In the early spring If you glvo them a chance. They like taste of something fresh. If you feed them not in eneep. ' with foot rot should plenty of turnips this will help to satfront tho balance of isfy their appetites. It Is tbo farmer who keeps sheep clean, dry quarters. m font t.tli ttiM for a number of year that rinds them times a week made of crcolln three most profitable. Some yearj they will per cent., or Iron sulphate four per return a much better profit thaa oth cent, and lime slacked with water, ers and It Is bard to sell and buy at Just tbe right time. mixed Into a creamy substancs. d hot-toone-tent- Care of the Lambs. At eight to ten days of age lambs will begin to eat. At that tlmo a :reep should be built which will givo Ihcm access to a feed box containing train and a trough with hay. Box. trough and feed should always bo ttcpt aweet and clean. A good grain ration for lambs Is part undo aa follows: Mix of f ollmcal with ono part each bran, oats and Hue cornmeal. Red ilfalfa bay or tho second cutting of tfulfa bay aro tho most dealrablo .'orm of roughage. Of tbo two alfalfa ' to bo much preferred. It la a good Idea to keep up tbo grain feed right along until thn lamb ire sent to market. Ily so doing tbo 'ambs are Kept fat all tho tlmo and nro ready to bo turned Into cash on short notice should tho markot tako a udden rise. ono-thtr- d Collar for Horse. fWftgB aga am g horses to begin tho season's work with poorly-fittincollars. Provldo n collar that fits compel-you- r g Do not well and malio no change. other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost Tho Collogo asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students lire, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board,'' without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week la tho fall, and 11.50 in winter. For room, furnlshod, fuel, lights, wash. tag of bedding, 40 cents a week In fall and- spring, E0 cents in winter. 8CH00L FEE8 are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for ro(urn ot room key, library books, etc. This is paid but onco, and is returned when tho student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for caro of school buildings, hospital library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services ol teachers all our Instruction Is a frco gift). Tho incidental Fco for most students Is 45.00 a term, ?t) In Academy and Normal, and 97.00 iu Collo-gl- ato courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fco nnd room rent by the form, board by tho bait term. Installments aro as follows: - Vocational, , LrvtSroc K INotes m work-lngnia- FALL Model School Normal and academy ? 6.00 6.C0 9.4S College Incidental Fee Itoom Hoard, 7 weeks Amount due SepL 14, 1910 Board for 7 weeks, due Nov. 2, 1910. . I 6.00 9.45 f 7.01 6.8t 9.41 I20.0B 9.45 $23.50 J21.05 0.45 130.50 122.01 9.41 Tho sows should farrow In March. Is as comfortablo to The check-rein horso as tho high coVar la to a tester can bo mado with a box two feet by three feet Fill about half nd six inches deep. full of moistened sand or sawdust well pressed down so that thero will be a smooth surface. Cover with a white cloth tbe slzo of the box nnd rule off In squares halt an Inch each way. Natl this over the box and distribute tbe kernels from the different rare to be tested. Lay another cloth A slmplo form of seed over tho kernels and cover with two Inches of moistened earth or sawdust. After five days tho kernels may be exnmlued for germination. Forestry Gardening. In some of tbu agricultural schools of Wisconsin regular courses In forestry and landscape gardening are taught. The scbool grounds will be laid out and planted by students. Total for terra If paid In advance WINTER Incidental Fee Hooin loard, 6 weeks 131.56 I31.C (29.00 (30.00 9 6.00 6.00 9.00 r00 6.00 I 7.01 6.CI B.Ct $00 (20.00 Amount due Jan. 4, 1911 9.00 Feb. 15, 1911. Board for 6 weeks, (21.00 9.00 (22:o 9.M (31.0C de Total for term If paid In advance (29.00 (78.50 (30.00 (29.50 (30.01 8PRING after the milk given. Givo tho calves a little good alfalfa hay. Do not deTHE CALVES pend upon drugs, but rely upon cleanliness, freshly cooked milk and frequent changing of tbe calf pent). It is well to encourage the eating of Bow Little Antmnt Should usa be grain and hay as much as possible for Treated end What to Feed-Drtbo calf does not begin to ruminate Should Not be Depended on. food In Its stom-acb- . until It has SCOURS IN Incidental Fee Room Board, 5 ( 4.00 ( weeks 6.00 4.00 6.76 ( 7.0C 4.0C 6.71 (15.75 Amount due March 29, 1911 6,76 Board for 5 weeks, due May 3, 1941 . (1G.75 S.75 (17.71 6.7C ttly n. O. V.'KATHKUtiTONE.) alfalfa. Tbey must hare soma meat substitute for the worms and bugs which they will get on the range later beet acid, ono ounce; lodlform, two dram scraps, groen cut bone or meat meal. mix well. Fur tbe calves already Infected, keep them aay from all Healthy Chicks. jthers, change their pen often and Keep tho chicks scratching In day, clean out all the old pens frequently. Keep tho calves in clean, dry places, light and sleeping stretched out at dive only fresh, boiled milk whole night, and tbe most difficult, problesa ot Uu ben served. pr skimmed and a little celled corn poultry-raisinoae-balg Infecttous diarrhoea Is qulto difficult to ellmlnato from a placo. Newbo removed ly born calves should shortly after birth to a lot or pen as far as possible from nil Infected calves. Feed boiled fresh milk. Immediately after birth tlo tho naval cord three Inches below tho abdomen with a strong cord that bas been boiled; then cut off the cord below tbo knot Inch and sprinkle over the f remaining cord aud belly some of this: Taunlc acid, ono ounce; boric Food for Poultry. Kvery month during tho winter season tbu poultry building should be well supplied with clean straw, leaves or litter ft some kind, Into which the feed Is thrown In tbo morning to keep tho hcnB busy, Tho fowls will need plenty of green stuff from now until grass comes celery tops, cabbage, cut clover or ground (24.51 (23.5u (23.50 Total for term (23.00 (24.04 (23.00 If paid In advance REFUNDING. Students who leave by permission beforo the end of a term receive back for wonoy advanced an follows: (No al'owance tor frso tlon of a week.) On board, refund in full. Eipcw.es," there Is a large lees occaOn room and "Special sioned by vacant rooms or depleted clusses, aud the Institution will rurund ot tho amount which the student has paid for the remaining ' only one-haweeks of the term. On Incidental Fee, students ex awed beforo tho mlddlo of n term wJU ref tho Incidental toe paid, which certificate will ceive ti certificate for be received as cash by Berea Collcgo on payment of term bills by the stv cut In person, or a brother or sister, If presented within four terms. The first day or Fall term Is September 14, 1910. The first day ot Winter term laJsnuary 4, 1911. The first dsy of Spring term Is March 29, 131), For Information or friendly advice, write to the Secretary. lf one-hal- WILL C. GAMBLE, BEREA. KENTUCKY, r- V Page Eight. OHOHOHOHOOHOHOOHOHOHOHOHOHO0OHOHOHOttO0tOlOHOHO THE CITIZEN. March 30, 191 1. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else cottHfendnrenMltbdti!fM ljta In lull ly Itr wtltir. lit Hire a Tldnc o( cool iJlth. Wiite pUIoljr. it nt tot publication, bit No Illinois Corn Grower Wins W. K. Kel-- . ROYAL BAKING POWDER Abamhitmly logg National Trophy R. A. James, Charleston, 111., is the 1910 iWinncr of the $1,000 Cup Grows Best Ear In the 3,125,713,600 Bushels of Last Year's Bumper Crop. OlloKOKOItOKOROKOItOltOltOltOttOKOOMOMOhOVlOiiOMOMOMOMOMOilOtlOM Thoy havo purchased property nnd aro the planning lo build there (Irotcr Drew of has moved Into tho Curt Lain properof ty where ho will make hlR futuro Wllllo Blckncll has moved ao home. to his W. J. Hayes, whore ho will spend tho summer. Tho Illinois forcr hns abated for tho JACKSON COUNTY present. Isaac Trent nnd Battle IMA AO. Simpson were quietly married nt tho Isaacs, Mar. 21. On account of th i homo of tho brldo n few dnys ago. fino weather farmers are very busv Melvln Lunsford and Miss Campcorn. towing oatR nnd plowing for bell were quietly married at tho John Mcintosh had a plowlug recent- homo of tho bride. Wm. ltoblnson of Dan ly and several hands responded. Boonovllle was tho guest of 11. N. Allen went to Berea today. F. CorDean, Friday night. Ho had been on nelius has moved to his new homo a visit to Garrard Co., to see his sick placeJohn Carter of Ho on Pond Creek. daughter. rca visited I). K. All'Mi this week. bis" IIHKKN IIAI.I.. R. L. Davis Is recovering from : hot-breaGrcenhall, .Mar. 20. Wllgus Flaiiery Garret )n tcvore attack of measles. cram has taken a back set with hns mumps. Isaac Smith had a work - Ing recently nnd got much work done. measles. Mrs. Mary K. I'urkey vlt.ltMiss Sarah Morris who recently Monday id relatives in this vicinity, Royal Baking Powder costs only a (air price per pound, from Hamilton, Ohio, hns R.A. JAMBS nnd Tuesday. H. K. Taylor Is go returned and is cheaper and better at its price than any other baking Ing to London on a business trip sold her farm to Luther Pierson for f.'OO. It is thought that peaches and powder in the world. It makes pure, clean, healthful food. Loon. Dan Lucas Is In this neigh pears aro mostly killed by tho frost. borhood buying cattle. Apples havo not been hurt, C. A. rnivirrr Rayal Cook Book 880 Receipts Frtt. Send Name and Addrtu. I'rlvctt, Mar. 23. The cold weather Mlntcr had n working recently and to much work was done. Farmers are i.f intn fmin nil renorts seems about through sowing oats and grass. ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., NEW YORK. havo killed tho peaches. John Judd Green Wilson nnd brother, Gilbert, Is very 111. ChaB. Cook left last Monhavo broken tho record In this vici day for a two weeks drumming trip. Form Mnggard 1b very ill nity this winter In catching musk a few days visiting hero after visit daughter visited Harts, Sunday. R. A. James, Winner of W. K. Kellof f Trophy, with the Trophy Mrs. Ollbert rats. 13 havo and the 1910 Champion Ear at present. Buck Mctcalt purchased services will been captured. Church ing his uncle. Bird Baker In Lexing ROCKCASTLE COUNTY bo held at Cannon's ton nnd James Baker at Berea. Tho a mule from Geo. Andrews for 1.5. Chapel, Sunday, IIOCKrUIUl R. A. James, of Charleston, III., ha was also of Reld'a Yellow Dent varApril 2nd, conducted Rev. J. W. Parsons filled his regular W. It. Englo will leave for tho Rockford, .Mar. 27. Mr. and Mrs. by tho Itev. Mr. Johnson. There will appointment at Pilot Knob, Saturday the proud distinction of having grown iety, crossed with Alexander Gold city soon to buy his spring goods. Bowmnn who lived on Daddy year's prlio wlnnor the best ear of corn In all tho 3,12V Standard. also be church services at Rock and Sandny. Tho Ladles' Aid So- Robert Todd's farm recently moved to 713.G0O bushels of last year's bump-Tho Rev. Mr. Culton will bo hero Spring Is thn most perfectly formed ear of the 6th nnd 7th or April, con- ciety also met thero last Saturday Kingston. Sunday of tho second Saturday and Mrs. Chesslo Martin and nop. At tho ducted by the Rev. Messrs. National Corn Show just tho two, though It requires a careful Culton and three new members Joined. They children visited Mrs. P. L. next month to fill his regular apStephens, held at Columbus, Ohio, this gentle- Judge to distinguish the points f nnd Seals. W. N. Hughes has mov- aro doing good work for tho church. Lick. It Is Thursdny evening. Born to .Mr. nnd man was awarded the W. K. Kellogg superiority. pointment at Flat ed that Charlie Moore's houso will his millbo to tho new stand and Tho Aid meets once a month on Satur Mrs. Harris Durham last Monday, a National Corn Trophy, donated In The trophy awarded to Mr. James soon ready for business. C. day of regular church days. J. (5. fino boy. burned with all of his household Jas. Vaughn nnd family Kellogg, president of was mado by Tiffany of New York, Mr. and Mrs. D. Smith moved back to his old Harrison and family and Lucy Hayes moved on Daddy Todd's farm last 1909 by W. K. Born to furniture. tho Kellogg Toasted Corn Flake Co., for Mr. W. K. Kellogg, at a cost of homo near Egypt. Wo regretted very made a surprise birthday dinner to Wednesday. a fino boy on March much to havo Fields, Born to Mr. and Mrs. $1,000. It is mndfl of Sterling silver, of Battle Creek, Michigan. Mr. Smith go. Mr. nnd Mrs. Philip Hayes last Sun- Clint Anderson Tho Itev. Will 24th. Northern last Sunday, a boj. years Rev. day. Both wero seventytwo Thousands of ears of com from bronze nnd enamels, nnd Is a truly and son havo gono to Lexington as F. P. Bryant of Cartersvllle MADISON COUNTY artistic creation. It stands 30 Inches old. Walter Abrnms and family have visited they received a phono messaga from his friends near Rockford last nil parts of the country and of nil In height. Mr. Kellogg'a Interest In KINGSTON moved on P. Hayes' place. Oeorgo Thursday. Miss vnrietles wero entered in the comto come at once another son, Jesse, Kthel McGuire nnd Kingston, March 21. Miss Kather corn growing can bo understood when as he had had an operation performed lno Maupln who has had pneumonia Plgg wllllo hauling logs on the col- brother, Talmnge, of Berea visited ' petition. The selection of tho grand It Is stated that the Kellogg ToastM a lege placo got his leg broko last champion and tho and was In a serious condition. is rapidly Improving nud will soon Tuesday. P. Hayes, while burning their undo, J. W. Todd and family. trophy were Corn Flake Co., of which ho is presiof the Kellogg Saturday "to nil Sunday. Mr. T. C. IlUltl.KY bo able to bo In school again. The made on general points of superiority. dent, has an output requiring 10,000 Vlars nnd daughter, Bculnh, lsltcd Hurley. Mar. 23. Most all tho farm Misses Suda Powell and Fairy Settle The ear of corn grown by Mr. bushels of con a day, raw product, I Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Daltoti of Berea, ers are very busy sowing oats. Pal Sunday night with Mr. and James Is of Reld's Yellow Dent vnr- - for Its manufacture. A peculiar feafrom Saturday till Monday. Miss Gabbard had a log rolling, Tuesday, Mrs. Lewis Sandlln. .Mrs. Mark ture Is that whllo tho KrUogg proTHE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Beatrice Rich visited Miss C. P. and and got 21 hands. John Roberta had Flanory was In Berea, l'uesday, on duct Is mado exclusively from SelectX. B. LInvllle, Saturday night. a working, Wednesday, and got a business. Miss Ethel Azbill of Rich ed white corn, the Kellogg trophy ha Concerning Prdlipotltlon. Tine lot of work done. Mr. and Mrs. mond Is visiting Mrs. Whit Moody been won each time by a yellow corn ESTILL COUNTY W. M. McCollum visited the lattor's and Mrs. Alex Azblll this week. exhibit. The trophy Is offered for WAdKllSVIl.l.i: on. LAwnrcNCE f. flick. tir sister, Mrs. James Seals at Parrot, Mrs. John Powell spent Thursday Wnger8Vllle, March 2.'i. MesdamcH annual competition until won twlre Some families undoubtedly are Saturday and Sunday. Tho Itev. with her daughter, Mrs. Roy Hudson. by tho same grower. Met Moores mid Rachel Alcorn are I more prono to tuberculosis than Geo. Edwards will preach at Indian Hardin Golden and daughter, Nan visiting friends here this week Miss Tho National Corn Show at which others. This is true nut only of Orcek tho first Saturday in April at nie, still continue very sick. Miss ICnto Wagers visited her sister, Mrs. thu award was made, won an event families but of Rices. PredispoAmos McCollum visited Rodn Bowman spent a feu days last 11 o'clock. mbroso Wilson, a few days this of tremendous magnitude. At ono sition Is usually divided Into hero a few days this weck.-"-Irlsweek In Conway. Tho Misses Verna week. Kverett Bullen of Rico Stntlon of tho sessions President Tnft was family three potatoes are being damaged bad- Parkr, and Mabel FIaneryero tha is clerking for J. M. Kdwards. Mrs. present nnd delivered nn address. nnd racial. The Individual preCircuit Court guests of Suda Powell, Wednesday ly this spring. disposition is often brought A. Q. Wilson entertained quite u al McKce, the first Monday night. Miss Laura .Murray mado a nbout by impaiper living nnd by number of friends, Thursday, Mr. excess In fating and drinking. in April. Isaac Fowler of Wind Cavo business trip to Richmond, Tuesday. and Mni. J. B. Wagers nre planning Monday night. Family predisosltioii may bo wsltcd Pal Gabbard, Mr. and .Mrs. John Yates of Rich to go to housekeeping. Mrs. Will due to inherited tendencies or to School is progressing nice- mond spent Sunday Henderson died at her homo near here with Mrs. environment under which the ly here. Yates' aunt, Mrs. Jno. Buchanan. tho 17th after a continued illness. family lives. Uncial predisposiIIIT.II. P. Scttlo nnd children were the Robert Wngers visited his sister, Mrs. tion appears to hinge largely Hugh, Mar. 27. Preaching services guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Settle Ambroso Wilson, Saturday night and upon the length of time to which woro held hero Saturday and Sunday, of Big Hill, Wednesday night. C. F. Sunday. Miss Kiln Parks visited lit the race has leen exposed to tho conducted by tho Itev. Mr. Ambrose. Parks mado a business trip to Berea, Red hick, Friday. disease and the resistance which Mr. Jno. Hudson visited his son, Ja- Saturday. Robert Bowman of Conthe race has built up against the GARRARD COUNTY Lewis way moved to this" place the first son, of Crooksvllle, Saturday. disease. TAINT LICK. islted his sister, of tho week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Baker, of Missouri, Paint Lick, Mar. 20. Mrs. MargarIlose, tho latter part of Sandlln who havo been very sick for Mrs. Jack last week. Grover Drew moved to bomo time are Improving. Asa Parks brush last Friday let the fire spread et Kelley died nt her homu here, Mar. 18th, of consumption. Shu was forty his new homo this week. J. Fowler la In Jackson County this week. and it burned a part of his fence. eight years old and leaves three chilpassed through hero with a drove of Tho Ladies' Aid Society will give Tho neighbors rushed in, however, cattle last Saturday. Miss Dora Ely s it plo supper, Saturday night, April and soon stopped it. Mat Green dren, two boys nnd ono girl, to mourn her loss. The entire community symschool at this place will close next 13th. Everyone Is invited to come and bought a nice jersey cow and calf pathizes with tlieso bereaved children. Denge sold a cow lako part. Friday. George recently for $35. Lucy Hayes bought lly O, L. Gabbard woro for $2j to Jim Powell of Clover IMlKYtTH one for tho same money. Mrs. Lucy tho guests of C. C. Blantou nt Berea Bottom. Miss Frances Azblll was Dreyfus, Mnr. 23. Tho Misses Al Gorden of Lexington is visiting her Tho Infant child Form 3 tho guest of her sister, Saturday ma and Llzzlo Lakes called on Mrs. brother, Philip Hayes. Tho Board of last Saturday. World's Bed Ear of Corn night nnd Sunday. Lloyd Hale made Lewis of Big Hill, Tuesday. Miss education met In this division last of Mr. and Mrs. Xed Freeman which for 1010 a flying trip to Jeff Hale's of Specd-wol- l, Dora Todd Is spending a fow days Saturday. Joo Coylo, a student of was born, March 17th, died about an i This Particular Brand Saturday. Alex Perry mado a with her brothers at Speedwell. Miss Berea College, and a nephew of J. U. hour and a half after its birth. It was iety. It is 10 Inches long, 7 Inches trip to G. M. Bongo's, Ltlllo Hunter and her mother visit- - Richardson, spent Saturday and Sun- laid to rest, Saturday, in Wallace's in circumference, and hns 20 rows business Chapel cemetery. Tho mother is doing of kernels, 6 to tho Inch In tho row, Particular Dressers Wednesday. Tho dry weather has id Miss Dora Benge, Monday. Dr. day at J. B. Richardson's. Mr. and well. Tho barn of Rev. J. Creech nverngn of nn inch In depth, and dried tho roads considerably In thu and Mrs. Cook of Klngbton spent Mrs. W. J' Kldd were guests of Mr. was Wh3e ft u true that fine burned to tho ground lust Sat- V1G of an Inch In width. It Is Inlast few weeks. Mrs. Alice Uengu Thursday with Dr. and Mrs. Baker. and Mrs. M. I). Scttlo, Saturday evenclothes do not make fine urday night between 12 and daylight. deed n very correct typo of yellow has suffered severely from bolls on Mrs. Louisa Rlddell Is quite ill. ing. Mrs. J: B. Fox and son, Alvln, Tlioro was burned In thu barn a fino men, the man ' her arm tho last month. Tiff Glosslp Is sick and his little from Toledo, Ohio, arrived last week. 7 year old maro belonging to Clins. dent corn. will always coaainand attenTV.NKK Mr. James, tho winner, is a vigorlaughter has a severe caso of rheum Moso Anglln from Hamilton, Ohio, tion. When you buy Tyncr, March 21. Tarlton Combs ntlsm. Mrs. Pearl Thorpe of Jack- - was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Creech, two fino cows, ono young cnlf, ous farmer nbout 40 years of ago harness and about 57'' bushels of corn of IJorea was visiting In this vicinpleasing personality, a man ton Is with her parents, tho Rev. and Rlchardson'last Sunday. W. C. Ncal His and of ity tho past week. Miss Nettlo Mrs. Jas. Young. Harden Coylo of has just finished painting Sherman belonging to Rev. J. Creech. tvho has given careful study to corn chicken houso was also burned down, Hamilton fell In tho flro a few days 'ombs his has sold his farm to Dan Settlo's house und Is now painting forty nice hens. The culture, and vho bus achieved with about ago and was badly burned on thy Woods. Mr. Coylo will go to the L success as n grund champion win K. Broekman's house. Insurnnco was $00. Miss Wells of neck and face. Charllo Moore's bouse .Soldiers' Homo, Dayton, 0., and MrH. ner only by years of hard work and you are certain to get a corHiLVKii citt:r.i( Cartersvllle has been visiting her was burned, Thursday at two o'clock. Coylo will visit her daughter In Ind. rect fit, and plenty quality ia Silver Creek, Mar. 27. Geo. Plgg Bister, Mrs. Dan Baker of this place. painstaking seed selection and Tho flro started on the root and on breeding from season to season. Tho following persons were enter whoso leg was broken several days Prices are every garment. Tho family of H. L. Stowe were account of tho high wind It was Im- tained by Miss Lellla Klmberlaln, Illinois growers aro especially elatwithin reach of all. ago Is Improving nicely. Sam Kcllcy, sick last week. possible to sae but llttlo of tho Thursday evening: Miss.es ed over tho result for tho Flossie that THE LOWEST contents. S. I), like Is farming for and Maud Baker, Zula and Florcnco son of Curt Kellty, left, Friday night, CLAY COUNTY this Is tho first tlmo In four years for Lexington, to enlist In tho U. Dunl-Ka- n SKXTONS CUKKk It. B. Reynolds this year. Mrs. Davis, Elsio Rose and Eliza Lunsford, that tho honors havo been wrested $2.MTHE HIGHEST l Hoxtons Creek. Mnr. 17. Rev, continues In poor health. Cora Messrs. Claud and Bon Pucket, Tom S. Army. Isaac Johnson contemplates yearV. f i oin tho stato of Indiana. moving to near Lancaster In a short )ert Bowman filled his regular apl Give iu a trial and be selling at 73 cents iter bushel. und John Holland, Juno Rose, Paul time. Dave Brewer and family havo pointment at Corinth, Sunduy. Joo champion ear, tho first winner or convinced. CLUVKK BOTTOM. tho Kellogg trophy, waB grown by Mr. Wllllo Robinson, Carlo Lunsford moved and from Sand Gap to Anthony Clark of Station Camp Is vlsltitijc Clover Bottom, Mar. SC. Mrs. Lonlo and Rector Davis. Tho largest crowd Fred C. Palln, of Newton, Ind. It For Sale by VanWInklo died tho 25th Inst, of of people perhaps that ever assemb- Burncll'a placo on tho Big Hill Pike. his fnthcr and mother hero for u Mrs. Mlna Davis of Harts visited few days. Mrs. Vnnncr Clark ha consumption after quite a long Ill- led here, was present Sunday evend& Son Chester. Mrs. Tilda Gay of near R. ness. She leaves a husband, two chil- ing nt the Christian church. An en Mrs. Pearl Lewis during tho past Ingrlppo. Henry Row let t had it work- River Side visited her parents hero Berea, Kentucky week. Ambroso Mcllouo sold to ing, yesterday, nnd Chas, Gross had dren and a host of friends to mourn tertainment was given by the young Mrs. Martha Bowman last week. her loss. A week before she died she coplo. Tho "Ton Virgins" was play- - undo Mart Baker a cow and calf for one today. J. C. Morgan moved to la visiting her son, Bob, tills week. HU Merit el Qulitr U ea mry 150. Mr. and .Mrs. W. B. Lako and his now homo, Monday, near Man- jolued tho church and as sho was in a most successful manner and Gilbert Lamb has gone to Kingston then unablo to go to tho water to tho audlenco greatly enjoyed the pa to drlvo a team for Leo Peters. Born bo baptized, a largo box was made thotlc and sad llttlo drama that was to Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Rowlott, a and filled with water and she wub rendered. A number of quartettes fino boy. His name. Is Homer. R. (I. baptized at homo. Tho Hev. Stamper und recitations were also enjoyed. Bowman Is Tombstones and Corner for lots coll upon Jas. Banks registrar foj- this district. officiated. Tho Sand Gap Lodgo of IIIU HILL. who recently moved to I. 0. 0. F. ban moved from Sand Gap Big IIIU, March 25. Thomas Alvls I Have No Agents Cow Crook will move, back In a to Clover Bottom near H. II. Hall. from Bloomtngton, HI., Is spending nor Partners tnw days. FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo aro authorized to aunounco candidacy of Dr. J. A. Mahaffey, Sturgeon, Ky., for Representative tho 71st district, subject to tho tlon of tho Republican party. father-in-law's, Pure The official Government tests show Royal Baking Powder to be an absolutely pure and healthful grape cream of tartar baking powder, and care should be taken to prevent the substitution of any other brand in its With no other agent can be made cuit, cake and delicious. so pure, healthful and ds HOI , ' Swoep-Btnkc- and-fam- Fr S wett-dfestc- "Shield Brand" Clothing ' J. Engle FOR FINE MONUMENTS Posts - S. McGuire, Berea, Ky. lu-r-