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IDcrvotflkl THE citizen Interests tlie to tlio of Moxanteiiri. 13, 1011 Knowledge is power and the to keep up with modem knowledge is to read a good newspaper. way People One Dollar a year. No. 42 Vol. XII. Fire cents a copy. BEHEA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, APRIL Good Clothing for Boys TO? 1 SIGNING PETITIONS It cloenn't make any diuVrence nlin commits a murder liotvcolri lilooded Rod lieiiuus the deed may be, how fair the trial and how just the verdict, if the criminal baa money, or influential rrlathes or political friend the chances are that he will ecape punishment. In Kentucky thre are few enough criminals convicted owing to tho failure of juries to do their duty, hut there are fewer by far who serve out a sentence thauka to what Is called executive clemency; thnnka to the custom of bringing to bear upon the Governor sentimental or political pressure; thanks to the habit of signing petitions. Every one known the diagraee tbai Governor Patterson brought upon Tennessee, but since, in matters of that kind, most of un are "far sighted" but few realize how nearly similar is Kentucky's record. Dut must we blame the Governors? Yes, for not being better men than we for not refusing to brtak the law as we asked them to do, if our names were on the that were sent to them. those to ponder1 who think that the enHere is something-fo- r forcement of the law is accessary to the suppression and prevention of crime it is not the jury aloeethaiiareefefaslble; neither is it the jury and the governor. It ia the eitisentfet jaryandtbe governor. An ia citizen so will be juryaad so tj geverser is apt to be. Where petitions control the mob controls there is ne eontrol, the law is set aside. The good citizen will rarely s4gea petHion for the release of a criminal; for the good citizen. saMt waistaia the law. He may not swear falsely to save his sob frees Ike piseHeetiary neither may be will bo petition the Governor to break his oath by granting that son or any othor mas, justly condensed, a pardon. Berea Bank & Trust Co. Capital, Surplus, $25,000.00 $6,000.00 Perhaps you have saved a few hundred dollars which you wish to invest some place where the principal will be absolutely secure, and at the same time pay you a fair rate of interest Deposit your money in our Sewing! sNfMrtlMlst at 49& interest. Your principal is weM secured, and subject to your demand when you need it The interest is more than you would receive, en a government bond, and as much as you can rightfully expect from an absolutely safe investment. We also invite you to do your general banking business with us. A. ISAACS, Pres. TO T I I f I U probably don't give much thought to the way your boy's clothes look but a let of people see them. If he to wearing utfeumj ion gd Avr io fw "Beit-Er- er " men. OUail CANVAS roc f mrs TAYtO C PI "" Clothes MTttlMIWe fVOOV SUTTOKi J j you needn't be ashamed of ha ling people see him. He wiHIeok right, and what is best of all, he will know it himself. JOHN F. DEAN, Caskkr DR. PEARSONS' NINETY-FIRS- J. W. ST1PI1KS, Vice Pres. THETKSHVEITBOYSSUIT LOOK AT THE FEATURES" Irtag Your loy in im Ltt Ut Fit, Him Out R. IL COYLE OWN NEWS OFJTHE WEEK IN OUR STATE ro Our Great Banana Trade The New "Thoutandttlcka" revived In Social Betterment and Plague Under Control Congress Slew to Begin Work President's ' Progres t for Breathitt Our Con ' Message Reciprocity May Meet gressmenHelm and Power- sDefeat New Lorlmer Investigation, South Eastern Ky. Good Road Tom L. Johnson. Association Editor has a political bee in his bonnet THE HAN'ANA HAUir habit scents to be grow- HAS "COME HACK" ALU H10I1T The banana ing In thu United State. Figures Editor Chappell, after wandering given out by the Bureau ot tttatlstlni over tho faou of the earth since la.it of thu Department of Commerce ami Juno whon his plant was burned out Labor show that fuur Uiousnnd mil- at llydcn, Ky., has finally found b lion bananas wero lui(orted during lighting place and "Thousandstlcks ' tha yar 1'JIU. The records of thu de- !h ngnln greeting Its friends, but thin partment begin In thu early eighties tlmu from Mlddlesboro, Ky., Insteud und show that thu aluo of this traf- of llydcn. Cbnppell Is an enterprisfic has Increased Ironi something ing young man und deserves Croat onu million dollar to about cr,.,ut, not only for the old "Thou- ovt--r iwoive anu ono nan minion uouars nandnUckii" but for thu new and In 1910. . iniirh lnrcer nnnor which hn Is now PNEUMONIC P1AUUE ndHlliig out from' his new office. Thd Thu pneumonic plague which has Citizen both congratulates hi in and been raging In China and Manchuria wishes him great success. tor boino time Is now practically un(!OOD NEWS KUOM 11UEATHITT der control. An International mediA dlsiatcli from Jackson to Tim cal conference was held at Mukden Lexington Herald states that a movelast week to Investigate tho plague. ment Is on foot for better schools for were In attendance from Juckson and Ureathltt Counties Doctors and many nations. Tho disease seems to for better and cleaner streets In tho have been contracted originally by city, and the movement is ot thu hunters from tho pelts of animals, kind that Is effective a movement and in all of Us ravages It Is said not from a distance but of the people that not a single caso was cured. Hut themselves. That it Is sorely needed sin co tho contagion depended upon Is evidenced from tha statement that i'Ioku contact It Is easily preventable, In tho S'J school districts there are -tin, II.IU IIU UMIMIIIIfiB la Its naturo It Is. very much llko ut.1 lini.a .in ltl.tlrlll.au tlV. Ull, UIIU, Ui nil consumption but much more deadly no remainder, oi nave no uuuuings and a thousand times quicker In Its In which a school can bo held In action. Efforts uru being made by cold weather. In Jackson Itself tho doctors to discover an antitoxin. '.00 whlto children havu, had only two LITTLE DOINd months school during tho last year, Although Congress has been In and during that tlmu tho teaching hud for more thnn a week now, it to tie dono In the skating rink. has llttlo besides a partial organizOLD FEUD KEOI'ENED ation to Its credit. Tho Somite has Jason Deaton was killed by A use been beatlug tlmu waiting for the "White on Troublesomo Creek In ' llouso and the Housu has been spendUreathltt County last Sunday. White ing most of Its tlnio In planning Its himself was shot and another man actions ho as to avoid mlstukes when dangerously If not fatully wounded. r, It does act. It Is now apparent, A report, which was later denied, that both artles aro seriously was to tho effect Jhnt White himself divided; there being In boUi Houbcs had died ou Monday, Whlto and DeaInsurgent IX'inocruts and Regular ton wero on opposite sides In thu Democrats as well as Insurgent Continued oq fifth pfljec. and Hcgular Uepubllcans. , 1 ses-fcl.' . how-eve- The good citizen. Two men are discussing the verdict in a noted case. They are acquainted with the testimony. They agree that the sentence is a just one that the Interests of the community and the state demand the punishment of the criminal , and they are secretly rejoicing that justice has bees allowed to take its course tho powerful interests, family and political, have exerted their full strength to secure an acquittal. The men separate and one of them steps into a Bank to get a check cashed, and, along with the cash, over the counter comes a petition for the pardon of the crisastia). What does the man dot Why, he signs the paper without a word. On the following day the other man enters the Bank on a like mission and ho too is handed the petition. Does be sign it! Not he. He looks the Backer square iu the eye as he says, "I am your friend, J , and I would do you any favor in my power, but I can't sign that paper. I believe the man is guilty and I am in favor of enforcing the laws. It in a matter of conscience with me." He steps out of the Bank and runninto bis friend. "Hello," he says, "I sea you hare changed your mind. You have signed the pe." tition for the release of "Yes. I signed the petition, but I haven't changed my mind. What else could I do T I've got to live. The friends of that man aro my bent customers, and it was sign that paper or starve." "Tut, you coward! That is a game that two can play at. Doesn't the Banker want your deposits? I didu'tsign it, and I have no fears. I can't be bought, and I can't be coerced by the fear of a boycot. Say, what would you think of a soldier who would refuse to go into a battle because of tho fear that he would lose his life? And aren't the obligations upon the citizen ns great as those upon the soldier? If every citizen were like you, there would be starvation indeed and woYse there would be anarchy absolutely uo protection to any business, for any man -- and all iu the name of business; bfcaiifr bitHinenH tnen pttl bttfinrnf above eitizenhip." It would be interesting to know how iimny criminals have been turned loose in Kentucky In the last three years by the Governor. But the Governor must not bear nil the blame. Iu most cnnrs be has been duped by desiguing friends and politicians men to whom the welfare of the state makes no apjieal. Hear bis protest his scathing But at lost he has awakened. denunciation of the petitions and the petitionees in the Ball cate coming up from Middlesboro: T IIRTH DAY "Hero Is a petition to which aro signed the names of the jailor of Hull county, Itufus WIIhoii; T. plusher, Chief of Police of 1'lnuviIIe; J. L. on fifth page ed WE WANT YOU TO HELP US Clean Up Berea Have your rubbish in boxes or barrels, out in front ready for the wagons April 1 4 and 1 5 Women's Clubs Town Council Dr. D. K. Pearsons of Chicago, who has been ono of the foremost friends and benefactors of Berea, will cele birthday on Fribrate his ninety-firday ot this week. For several years ho has been hoping to spend his birthday In Berea but ill health and bad weather have prevented. This year President Frost goes to spend tho day with him In Chicago. Dr. Pearsons has announced through tho newspapers that he will celebrate this day by giving Derca College ono Luqdred thousand dollars for additional endowment. For some time President Frost has been struggling to meet certain conditions attached to this gift and they art! so that Dr. Pearsons promises tho money. Several other colleges will be remembered at tho same time. An endowment means money which nn Institution may never use but which It Is to keep foreVor Invested nnd use the Interest from year to year. This gift of a hundred thousand dollars will therefore, at five per cent, provide five thousand dollars a year which Dcrea will have for the payment of teachers and other neces-- s sary running expenses. It Is understood that this gift is not to Increase tho expenditures at Herea but to provide a part of Its necessary support so that the work ofrnlslng money month by month and year by year will bo less, serious. Dr. Pearsons was born and reared In tho mountains of Vermont. Ho visited Derea In '95 and has made several donations since. Tho one which is most Interesting to him and tho public Is his gift of the waterworks. He spent forty thousand dollars in bringing tho water from ten mountain hprlngs In iron pipes to tho school grounds In Dcrea. These; springs are two hundred foot higher than tho school campus and tho water comes with such a pressure that a stream can bo thrown to tho roor of our tallest buildings. Dr. Pearsons has been all his litu a honest business man. ts Ho started out aa a doctor In nnd then ramo west and engaged In real estate and lumber business In Chicago anil Michigan. When ho was soventy lit retired from business and liegan using his money for thu boneflt of thu rising generation. He hns assisted many institutions but counts Berea among his most Important "children." His birthday Is always celebrated in Derea. This year thcro will bo a dinner iu his honor at tho boarding hall Friday night, and when President Frost comes bark froui Chicago st nearly-completehard-workinMassa-thuset- there will be a public meeting and some athletic sports. Dr. Pearsons is one ot the great men of his generation. In Cod's history of our times his name will stand higher than that ot many a governor and some presidents. IRYAM TO SPEM IN IEREA Wm. Jennings Bryan will speak In the Berea College Chapel, Wednesday morning, April 26th at 10 o'clock. A 'large crowd will no doubt be In town and It Is supposed that every seat will bo sold loag before the day of tho address. "Thu Prince of Peace" is his 'subject and is said to bo tho greatest, lecture on the Ameri can platform today. Every seat in tho Chapel will be reserved and will be on sale at the Porter Drug Co. store and Welch's Drug store, Saturday morning, April 15 at 9 o'clock. No one should tall to hear Mr. Bryan as he may never get to Berea again. The price ot tickets will bo S1.00, 75 and f0 cents. Kqucsts-bmall will be promptly attended to if money accompanies let ter. THE UNRECONSTRUCTED Kvory little while something crops out to remind us that thu old slave states aro still somewhat different from tho rest of tho civilized world. Every year tho difference grows less, but there are still a great many pco- plo who aro moro Southern than American in feeling and glory in making that fact conspicuous. A recent In- stanco Is tho affirmation ot thu Southern Commercial Congress, which duly boomed the natural resources of tho South and put. In a very proper exhortation for the Improvement of education, especially along Indus trial lines, but alas, it winds up with a notification that nobody had better move Into tho South unless ho Is willing to adopt Southern customs and give up the right of free speech. This is the kind of thing which keeps us behind. FEATURES THIS WEEK Wo havo given up almost two pages this week to tho Easter Idea Sunday, the lGth, being Easter Sunday. We trust that pages 3 and G will be found to have something ot Interest to all. See tho articles "Easter In Jeru salem," "Itolllng tho Stone Away," "Season of Joy" and tho Easter Poem. Tho editorial this week touches onu of tho serious problems that confront Kentueklaus. llrad It and outline your own position oitba subject. Among tho many good features of tho paper last week was one that we fear many ot our friends may havu overlooked and deserves siieclal mentionan artJclO on the Cood Roads v JTIESIDKNT'S ME3SAOE The Presidents mesago which wo publish on another igu deals exclusively with reciprocity with Canada, to enact which tho extra session was called, and this measure exhausts tho 'administration's. program for thu session, but Mr. Tuft has authoritatively announced that ho has no Intention of proroguing thu sesslou after, tho enactment or defeat of tho measuro If tbero Is a disposition to tako up other subjects of legislation, which thera sucms to bo, at least on tho Democratic sldo. HE8ULT IN DOUHT BUGGIES They are going fast. You will have to, hurry if you want to see our full ::ine ) .1 li n 'i Problem by Howard Grosh In which ho says that tho Issuing ot bonds Is tho best way to secure good roads. If you havu not read this article look it up. Wo shall begin In two or three weeks a series of articles by Prof. J. W. Dinsmore which will deal with the duties of teachers and parents In tho training ot children In school and In thu home. Those nrtlcltttt not only outline thu duties hut will give valu- able hints and methods. The flrt, fuw articles will bu a stydy of thu . j i .. mind. i i, i There Is no question about tho speedy passogo of tho reciprocity agreement In the House, and It Is thought without amendment as at tho closa of tho last Congress. Itut tho measure, while its prospects aro brighter than during the' !ait session In the Senate5, ls',tyy ';nol means. Bury of fwssago In (hat ijnd tli 'fill- ministration may yet face Its Water-- , loo, since all tho mighty tariff' ml- Conllnunl on fifth f ( to .. ii.'-iv- o '!tg M aatv 4tH WELCH'S and "SAVE THE i i , Curious Oath. . In the second oath administered. to a man about to tke his seat la the, , supreme court ot the United States, tit!, swears among other things, "to 'do equal right to the poor and ..toth rlcU.r It has .been in ibe paths from th,a, beginning of the government, anil must hyu been, fashioned, for the tx t press .purpose of assuring tho poofm, thist they should have Justice la th,,i( highest tribunal of the land. The , terms used are good plain English and easily understood. . Page Two THE CITIZEN WILL ABANDON STOCK FARM. April 13, 1911 The Citizen A family t CONGRESS GETS Largttt newspaper for all that la right true and Interesting. of Its Kind In the State to Become a Dairy Center. kubllah(d every Thursday at Urarn, Kj. TAR'S MESSAGE Brief Document is Transmitted to Country's Lawmakers. IS ALL ABOUT RECIPROCITY BEREA PUBLISHING CO. i. (Incorporated) P. Faulkner, Editor and Manage. Subscription Rates TAYADW3 IN ADVANCE. Ont ywvr fil Months tlM 95 Throa Months cnt stamps. Tha da. to nXUr jour noma on Inbd shows to what date rour nuncrtptlon Is paJd. If It Is not dhnjurwl wHtahi thm weeks niter renewal notify ns. lUsHns numbers will ba gladly supplied If wo sro notified. Fln premiums chrop, with rwir and prompt renewals. 8aad (or rrnvlum List. liberal terms aivon to uvy om who obtain nw subserlntlona (or us. Any onn vending us four yearly simscrlptloni can rnocdvo Tha Citizen free tor WmartW for one year. Advertising rates on application. ojv and two MraiBEn Bond money by Pont-ofllp- o or Bxprss Money Order, Dmft, IlcRlstvrrd letter, or President Tells of Negotiations Leading to the Canadian Agreement, and Asks Early Action Confirming the Pact Washington, April G. President Taft's message to tho 62nd congress In extraordinary session wob transmitted to both branches of congress today. Tho messago in full waa as follows: To tho senate and house of repre- or KgNTUCKT PIUtBS AHBOCIATHTK. There la no usu iu liguuiig m A prominent collcgo la adding to its courses one to teach men now to cook. Milliners tell us that small bats will be the fashion this year, but It lo not likely that tho prices will be any small-- r than usual. Now that Dr. Wiley has taken unto tdmself a wife wo aro curious to know .whether sho can mako the pies that mother used to make. No divorced woman or actress who has married a peer will be presented At the English court Tola Is very bard on the actresses. sawa her own wood. And no body rebukes her for entrenching on loan's sphere of activities. A woman of 84. living on Long Vassar college baa celebrated her (Bftleth birthday, and has silenced all cynical critics by not claiming to be day younger than she really la. Pittsburg woman wants a divorce because her husband treats her sister too affectionately. Yes, younger sister; why ask superflous questional Is a valuable anesthetic. Before long someono may prove that It Is equally good for drinking pur- Hopklna professors have discovered that water poses. Two French vaudeville critics recently fought a duel. They should have stuck to the pen, which In theory at least Is considered mightier, anyhow. prominent railroad man says that Europe leads tho United States In the She's number of railroad wrecks. welcome to the prize for this lino of A endeavor. The report that a German plumber baa been raised to tho Prussian nobility by the kaiser leads us to believe that some foreign correspondent has been bitting the pipe. "Girl students are smarter than men" opines the president of Vassar college. But men miCe better football players, and what la a college without a football team? Tho Marys of England are combining for tho purpose of buying Queen Mary a coronation gift The Queen stands a chance to get a manicure set or a photograph album. 1 read in the papers tho other day of a man who got a divorce because the woman ho married was a pickpocket It seems to me that is establishing something of a precedent What wife Isn't? to have tho culprit killed. The only way out of It hi to sot the chick en in a ring and wear It A Chicago lady wants a dlvorco bo cause her husband shut off her cbargs account at the department stores. It probably comes under the bead ol cruel and Inhuman treatment. A chicken In Ohio has swallowed $200 diamond ring and Its owner a An Evansvllle, Ind., widow has Just annexed ber ninth husband. Massachusetts spinsters may be informed, II they wish to havo particulars, that sb U 70 years of age and wealthy. sentatives: I transmitted to the sixty-first congress on January 6th, lost tho text of tho reciprocity trade agreement which had been negotiated under my direction by the secretary of stato with the representatives of tho Dominion of Canada. Thla agreement was tho consummation of earnest efforts extending over a period of nearly a year, on tho part of both governments to effect a trade arrangement which, supplementing ai K did tho ainlcablo settlement of various questions of a diplomatic and political character that had been reached, would mutuaUy promote commerce and would strengthen the friendly relations now existing. The agreement in its Intent and in Its terms waa purely economic and commercial. While the general subject was under, discussion by the commissioners, I felt assured that the sentiment of the pcoplo of tho United States was such that they would a measure which would result In the Increase of trade on both sides of tho boundary lino, would open up the reserve productive resources of Canada to the great maBs of our own consumers on advantageous conditions and at the samo time offer n broader outlet for the excess products of onr farms and many of our industries. Details regarding a negotiation of this kind necessarily could not be made public while tho conferences wero pending. However, the full text of the agreement with tho accompanying correspondence and data explaining both Its purpose and its scope became known to the people through tho messago transmitted to congress. Approved by the People. It was Immediately apparent that the ripened fruits of tho careful labors of the commissioners met with widespread approval. This approval has been strengthened by further consideration of tho terms of tho agreement in all their particulars. Tho volume of support which has developed shows that Its broadly national scopo is fully appreciated and Is responsive to the popular will. The bouse of representatives of the Sixty-firs- t congress, after tho full text of tne arrangement with all the details In regard to the different provisions had beep before It, as they were beforo the American people, passed the bill confirming tho agreement as negotiated and as transmitted to congress. This ineasuro failed of action in the senate. In my transmitting message of the 26th of January, I fully set forth the character of the agreement and emphasized its appropriateness and necessity as a response to the mutual needs of tho people of the two countries, as well as its common advantages. I now lay that message and tho reciprocal trade agreement, us integrally a part of the present conmessage, before the gress and again Invite earnest attention to tho considerations therein expressed. Early Action Is .Urged. I am constrained in deference to popular sentiment and with a realizing sense of .my duty to the great masses of our people whose welfare Is involved, to urgo upon your consideration early action on this agreement In concluding tho negotiations tho representatives that the two countries bound themselves to use their utmost efforts to bring about the tariff changes provided for In the agreement by concurrent legislation at Washington and Ottawa, I havo felt It my duty, therefore, not to In relegation of action until the opening of the congress In December, but to use my constitutional prerogative and convoke tho congress in extra session In order that there shall bo no break of continuity In considering and acting upon this most Important subject. wel-com- o Sixty-second Sixty-second WILLIAM H. TAFT. The White House. April S, 1911. Has No Excuse. A fat men's club In Now England "Do you expect to play golf this baa discovered that few fat men are suuimerT" criminals, and that most "No I'm on the water wagon." mcu tend to taks and on flesh, for they are naturally men of stout hearts. Should Be Prepared. "There's one thing about the Amer A St. Louis woman left Instructloni war If it is ever pulled tn ber will that her dog should be shot, off." "And what Is that?" and burled after her death. Thus dc wo gradually climb up from tho dayi "Hobson has given plenty of notict when men caused Uielr wires to b to tho moving plcturo concerns." buried with them. good-hearteright-mindee Washington ttat A minister In roused the feminise population by tn Restaurant your last aylng that women are worse Han lias no exceptions, Why did you lie than luen. Ntw Chef since the protests began to come In, 41c News. that they are going to He Ilk ladles n expressing their opinion of him. Hit Conge. Proprietor So you wen place for three years. leave? I was pardonsd. CaU Lexington. James B. Hoggin, of Now York, owner of Klnvmdorf stock farm, has deckled to abandon tho plant, oo far as thoroughbred producing 1a concerned. This Is a oavcro blow to racing in Kentucky, rta Klmrtn-dor- f has been tho moRt nxttmAlvo plant of tts kind In tho utAto. Two years GARDENING IN SCHOOL COURSE ago tho ltfmondorf ntud ormntrtod of d to English Children Are Now 1,200 horse? , but staco tho antthrtUng Do Certain Amount of PraeMcai bllln wcro poCTved In New York, Haggin Work. has been polling bis horses In lhigkuwl, Germany and Agcntino. Tho remainGardening Is now tnr.ladod m a eo ing hoTAcs will Ixi sold, ami tho farm dal subject for Kngllsli o" childevoted to dairy purporct. dren. Thcro nro two coarsen la tho year, each consisting ml at least twenWILL TEST LEGALITY. ty hours' practical work. "Tho boys aro qulto keen nbont It," Election of State Fair Secretary Called tnnph alii (tin hAfit fif flatter Into Question. schools. "Each of tho fowrtwm Ia Loulevllro. Former Stato Fnlr Sec- who form tho class for gardening n retary J. W. Newman, at a mooting ol his own little plot or groana i too Kentucky board of agriculture, In- which ho Is responslblo and at wm dicated he torn would flW a "friidlj" be works under my suprvisio. j l ty of tho election produco Is his. and groat la tho Joj suit to lest tho taking home tho first spring radial of P. M. Shy to tho locrutArynhip. Proepecto for this year's fun, oocord-ln- g of his own growing, a fine hood of let to tbo profiveetus outlined by the tnce, or a basketful of marrowfat peas. "As to the education benefit, gardenagricultural board, booto exceptionally ing teaches tho boys to do tie right exhibgood, and some thing at tho light time and tndacea its are planned. habits of method and observation. It also creates a love of oqldoor life a MACHINERY DEALERS' CONVENhIIIIIIIIIIIhiihh tn later , splendid TION. years to tho public boose and tnnslc LoulAvllle. A triplet convention, hall." Two hours nnd a half n week Is all which attracted COO delegated from all part" of tho United States, is open the tlmo that can be given to gardenNEW ELKS' HOME AT MIDDLE800RO. bore, Tho convention will compriao ing, but so keen are the children that meetings of the Southern Supply and ther nut - In a roodt. many snaro mlnu'Lodge No. 1041 Dedicated Itt New Building on St Patrick's Day and Held a tVffn ltn Machinery Dealers' association, the An thnti- nwn House Warming, Reception and Banquet at Which Middles-bor- o National Supply aad Moctilnery Deal- fants, under tho kindly caro nr and,. In fact, Kentucky Elkdom Celebrated. the!. ers' AenochUton, and tbo American schoolmaster's wife, havo they zc Supply and Maarlnory Manufacturers' special allotment, which were ously rake and weed aad gonorall. aiMchitlon. The 600 .WIRELESS TELEGRAPH welcomed by Gov. Wilkon and Major look after. Tho mysteries of digging, trenching, potting, rraftlag, etc. la FOR OHIO RIVER BOAT. Head. training In fact, a good, tho growing of vegetables, herbs, . The first packet to INHERITANCE TAX PAID. FATALLY have a wireleeu telegraph equip- frnlta and flowers Is Imparted with ment will be the Queen City. Isxlcgton. Tho executors of the most happy results. Tho cultivation of peas, lettuce and Plans havo been completed to late Ilkhard T. Andenon pnhl havo receiving and sending sta as the inlieritanco tax on his tomatoes proves pcrliaps more attracof roses Boy Blown to Pieces Four lions at several places along the estate, moot of which was bequeathed tive on tho wholo than thataro by no river between Pittsburg and Now to his nephew and niece, It T. Ander- and carnations, but flowers Men Injured Orleans. It is probablo that tbo O son, Jr., and Miss Minnie Anderson. means neglected. A fine chrysanthemum avenuo In the Button school boat will havo an operator and Mr. Anderron was a bachelor and wvw garden, the splendid blooma of which depart for Now outfit when sho therefore all of the estate ho left gold medal for their owner, ENGINEER WAS ONLY FOURTEEN Orleans April 8. liable lo Inheritance tax except $500 of gained a very stimulating to youthproved each bequest. Tbo payment c tho In- tin competitors. heritance tax was without lltlgnitlon or ful Coroner Finds Verdict of Unavoidable MORGAN STATUE ACCEPTED. legal pressure. Advanced Accident No Theory FOR PARKS AND BOULEVARDS as to Cause of the Explosion. Unveiling Will Occur October 19, Dur- KENTUCKIAN TO 'THE RESCUE. ing Meet of U. D. C Constitute a "Commercial Asset" That Qlt Washington. A finding of unNo Progressive City Can Lexington. At Princeton, N. J., Garavoidable accident was returned by Lexington. Afford to Ignore. Tho John It. Morgan rett Davis Buckner, an assistant In tho M. 'Marnrman, aftor Coroner B. of the boiler explosion at tho Monument conrmltteo of tho Kentucky department of chenrirtrr, by a quick In fifteen years Kansas City his sawmill of Bromley & Jones, In which division of tho United Daughters- - of act saved tho eyesight of a sophomore forty-fivmile one boy was killed and four men wero the Confederacy adopted tho report of In tho laboratory. Tho etudent was bnllt up a systom of two seriously Injured. No theory Is ad- a special committee which recently looking down a tout tube, containing of boulovards and rooro thanparka. acres of one vanced cs to the cause of tho acc- went to Brooklyn and Inspected tho poMAMlum permanganato and sul- thousand to hundred articlo In the According a recent ident bronze statuo of (icn. Morgan Just phuric acid. Buckner seized tho tube Outlook, George K. Kesslor. the landJust beforo it exploded. Hundreds of son of J. O. completed. Tho members, of tho speMcrrite, scape architect for tho park board, Jones, of Louhrvltle, one of tho own- cial committee reported that tho work pieces of glasa wcro driven into hU says tho parks nnd boulevards are a ers of tho mill, is said to have been was satisfactory to them and had been hand. distinct commercial assot White tb operating the engine when the explo- approved by experts whom they had system has cost $10,006,000, "the propOFFICER KILLED AS8AILANT. place. Hisi body was torn consulted. sion took erty fronting on thoco boulevards has to plows and his heed blown olf. He A chick for $0,500 will bo Bent to the Somerset. Policeman John Waddle been advanced by then more than o had been nlJowed to operate the makers of tho statue at once, and the shot aud killed Tom Hedgcroft, that nmount." for the post week, H la claimed. bronze figure will bo shipped to IsliWhen It was first proposed to esTbo shooting took place on John Jones, 27, 'brother of the boy, ngton, where It will be mounted on a the Square. Waddle and Htdgecroft tablish such a system tho proposition was near tho engine and was terribly granite pedestal in the court bouso aroused fierce opposition and a long had some trouble over a caso In Injured. Ills eyes wore sccided, and yard. Tho completed statue will cost court, and when they met Hodge-crof- t and bard fight was necessary In tho it Is thought that Us eight hits been 115,000. is said to have pulkd his gun and courts before tbo Improvements could destroyed, life recovery is doubtful. Tho figure win bo unveiled October began shooting. No sooner hod be begin. He is married and has two children. 19, during the annual meeting of tho fired his first shot until tho policeman No city Is likely to mako a mistake Den Brumley, 55, one of the proprie- Kentucky division of the United pulled his gun. Four of tbo shot) In spending Ubcrnlly from Its tors of tho mill, was burled some dis- Daughters of the Confederacy In Lex- took effect, killing his Inotantly. for tho malntcnanro of parks tance, sustaining a fracture of the ington. and driveways. There are different inright tog and arm, and internal plans of making these Improvements. COULD NOT GO COURTING. juries. PLAYED WITH DYNAMITE. Falmouth. Tho heavy ndnfall Kansas City bns mado them by asSamuel Brumley, 25, ids eon, was canted the South Ucklng to go on a sessing tho cost ngnlnst tho property badly bruised and scalded and his son rompagn. Perryvllle. John, tbo Tho stream two HI feet benefited by tho Improvement Othnr condition fa regarded ns serious. of Mrs. Ella Harmon Watts, received Many on that account could cities have Issued bonds, and others Charles WHWams, 35, a laborer, wra terrible injuries when a dynamite cap not attond tho county court still havo mado special tax levies. bruised and scoMcd about the head. which ho wa carelessly handling ex In whatever way, provided If tho expense be not utterly out of reason, Ho was carrying lumber from the mill plodcd. Ills right band was almost when the boiler lot go. parks nnd boulevards are a good Intorn off, and fragments of the cap vestment nnd "a commercial asset" Tbo father of tho lad who w.73 kilkd were imbedded in his body. was in Loohfvrlle at tho time of tho that no progressive city can afford to V Whitefiburg. On lower Itockhoitm! ignore. Louisville Courlor-JoamaBorfdent With his wife ho loft immeBEREA'S PLUM. creek, Otto Hartt, 2j, farmer, formerly diately for tho scene. of Colly crook, was shot and fatally Parks and Politics. Berea. Dr. D. K. Pearson will cele- wounded in his home. Harnett I boo, PHYSICIAN'S FATAL FALL. It has boen demonstrated by expert brate bis 91st birthday on April 14 by his stepson, was armtd. enro In many cities that tho park sysLouisville. Pitching from the third the distribution of $200,000 In gifts to MIHerrfburg. Tbo new depot of the tem more thin any other of tho unfloor window of a Fourth avenuo office educational and religious institutions, Louisville & Nashville railroad is being dertakings of a city should bo manbuilding Dr. C. C. Godshaw landed on making a total disbursement for such rapidly pushed toward completion. aged Independently of tho council or tho street curb bWow, almottt In tho purposes during the past fow years of The building will bo a modern struc- legislative body of the city governmidst of a crowd of pedestrians on nearly J5.000.000. Among tho forth- ture covered with a slate ffoof and ment. The reason for this Is, of thoir way to business and wan killed. coming gifta Is oto tor Berea college equipped with waterworks. Tho now course, that tho majority of the memIt Is believed bo was ovcroomo by a of 1100,000. depot will take the place of tho one bers of the city government la comspell of dizziness caused by an old posed of practical politicians or of destroyed by flro last November. bullut wound and fell out of the winHURT BY A RUNAWAY. men who have about the samo educaJudge Elkton. announced tion, tho samo Impulses dow. and Ideas Falmouth. Jesse Miller, of near that ho would call a rrrec'al term of the and about the same tastes. It should TWENTY BOYS IN CORN CONTEST. Todd circuit court for Friday, May 6, bo clearly understood Neave, met with a severe if not fatal that no blame Immediately following tho regular Elizabethtawn. J. L. Pllkcnton, accident In an endeavor to stop a April term at Greenville, for the pur- la meant to bo cast upon practical county school superintendent, has ap- runaway team ho was struck by the pose of trying Morris Uauks on tho politicians. It Is simply a fact that pointed 20 boys from tho ages of 12 to tongue of the wagon and knocked charge of murdering his aunt, Mm. when tboy control tho tsanagomnnWof parks, tho results attained from the 18 yearn of this county to enter tbo down and tho horses and wagon passed Fenucl A. Stfcrcc, at Trenton. point of view of art art poor, somtv contest, put on by the ovct hid body. tlmes very bad Indeed. Carlisle Bath county is to havo board of agriculture. Local merstate homo coming celebration. All GEN. BUCKNER ENTERTAIN8. chants have subscribed over 1150 in "Quaint" American Cltloa. of tho county will bo Invited to prizes, and much interest is being Wo hope all American cities will Munfordsville. Oen. Simon Bolivar corao bock during tbo 100th annivermanifested. Buckner, "Gray Kaglo of Glenn Mly, sary celebration. Tho homo coming toon be "quaint" In the imnje In Tho governor aipolnted T. H. 8ce celebrated his 8Sth birthday at his oh will probably be held soon after the which New Dcdrord. Mass., Is called police Judge of North Mlddletown, home tn the knobs of Green river. His meeting of tbo llluo Gross School and quaint Tho Now Bedford Standard Bourbon county, to succeed C. M. Skill-ma- guests were entertained in tho rustic Athletic tournament, which mcuts in resents the term as Implying that tho tawn Is staid and resigned. Uut whitewashed room where ho was bom. OwlngAVlllo, May when applied to a community whose Carlisle, Sheep raUeru of Nlolwlas population has admittedly Increased GOV. WILSON TO SPEAK. SURVEY COMPLETED. county, whceo flocks have wufferod more than one-haIn a decade It Lexington. Gov. Woodrow Wilson, ftllziibclhtown. Another stop has through tho ravages of dogs, are not was 62,442 In 1900, and Is now almost of Now Jersey, will be tbo guest of been taken townrd tho building of a likely to receive more than 50 cents on 100,000 It must be chief! jk In Its pleashonor and princliKil speaker at tho model highway through Hardin county tho dollar for their losses. Claims ing cunnotatlona of elcganco and raoetiugof tho Kentucky bar associa- as part of tho Ixul8ville-Manrmotamounting to 11.300 havo been flWd. strangeness that Is allied to beauty, tion here, July 12 and 13, and the sub- Cavo boulevard. It was tho complewith the suggestion of traditional ject of his address will be "Tho law- tion by County Surveyor McNary of stylos of architecture adapted to modCONVENTION DATE. yer In Polities." ern needs, and ts by bo means an nbe survey ordered by the Hardin fiseplthtt of reproach. Louisville. Itopubllcan nominations cal court for the purpose of establishCarl Mo. It Is said the erection of ing the original right of way 60 feet for state olficefl will bo inadu at a con tt Will Pay. tbo now city hall In this city will be- Wdu-t- m the old L. & N. pike (now veatlon to bo held In Louisville ou Jul; When the school children get tb gin this spring. Definite steps toward known as Lincoln Way), with tho 11. This was agreed upon by the state County convtm garden habit Memphis will becoins that end have been taken by tbo city order that all obstructions of any char- central commibtoo. tho city beautiful. Memphis Commer Hons will be held May 8. council acter b removed. dal Appeal. Req-strslet-alrecord-breakin- Tl counter-aUractlo- BOILER EXPLOSION RESULTS 03fjt0 delt-gate- a 5 Investigation e en-gln- abar-keepe- r. io-Ilc- o rev-enn- Kentucky State News l. San-Jidg- c corn-growin- g 27-2- lf h April 13, 1911 THE CITIZEN PRIEST IN COLLAPSE BY Page Thre SIX THOUSAND EASTER OFFERING OPTIMISM WW MEJPELE55 Japancso Capitol Swept by Fire Hundreds Perish HALTED CAMORRA TRIAL FAINTING OF VITOZZI. Accuses Carbiniers of Calumny and Declare He Is Innocent of All Crime. Vitcrbo, Italy. Clro prleat, who weeptngly Easter Trade Has Been a Little Slow But Better Business I Confidently Expected. Now York. TL O. Dun & Co.'a week ly roviov of trado kiM: A fWDiovrtiat fdower movwnctit of trado is revealed In most of biio ro- porta frum different eoctlon. Fundamental conditions aro uinloailrtcdly sounder and belter than in a lone ttmo port, Inrt hnmednto InifitnctM, wtillo nooosfwrlly largo In view of do roan! foments of an fmraeaw pop ulation, Uwws reduced activity .for tho time lcing, fbocaUco tho period of ro treneUment. ami readjustment to not yet ended. The optimism that pro-veils n'jiroad, and especially in Eng-kui1a boslmrinR to havo lta offoct In this country and tmH toe counted aa con-stn- A PRAYER FOR YOU By REV. STEPHEN PAULSON Vltozil. tho pleaded that lio hnd colobratetl maiuics for tho FOUR SQUARE MILES BURNED rcpoflo of tho soul of ttio murdered King Humbert, when called In tho explain how Property Uii Will Reach Ten Million court of assizes to blm with snch misery DoMara and Include Not Only the strango had acnualntod Krrlcono tho bedfellows as Buildings But Jewell, Rare Worka of usurer, Itapl tho gambler, and Art and Curio of Antique Value. others of tho band of thlovea and cut- LhrnnLa whn in ado tin Uio Neapolitan Tokr. triasim, swept by a flearce Cunorrav, collapsed on tho witness Rnio, destroyed all tho buildings cover--I stand after making a touching plea TEXT For this coum I bow mr knewi unto the Father . . . that Christ dwell la your heart by faith. Eph. Ill: H:tT. mr d, This Is part of a prayor of SL Paul for his people, Paul was In a Roman prison. The liberty of his movement wa restrained; bo was 4n a stono coll. and ho was chained to a Iloman soli dler but his prayers wero not chained. St. Paul says: "Tho prayer of or mm arrx approximately four nq.ua ro for Justice--. Ulca. Port tit tawj district laid in ruin kaovs M tko "Yoslilwnri," tho most ( iturkmu part of tho Jnpanoeo capital, tArtoird dkHriut, ! Ue Yoshlwari proper 1,000 hoanoa worn deatroyed, many of tliem In palatial ha appearance and gorgeous Interior oriental furnishings. It la ontlaatxl that tlio razed build-Ingrvarottentod a raluo of 110,000,000, whllo tttn loot in Interior equipments can sot k ewUmntcd, as It Is known that prtooloen works of art, Jcroln, poinUnajR and antique fumlturu wcro 01 e k Thouund Homeless. flro rendered 0,000 female Many of tho women wcro j'liired, Bono w(iro fatally bumcd and iiilrp cared for at hospitals In tho Th' j. oreign qonrtcr. I, 4. IuJLujmI (tiat . ' liMot . linn. dred lost Iheer Uvea. THREE DEAD FROM DURN3. Sleeping In a Box Car After Drinking Heavily. Charles Kelly and his rather, Jcwi Kelly, of Utloa, N. Y., and Jamni Thompson aro dead from burns received while sleeping In u box car A fourth ooumnnl of tho car, James Itynn, ki in u rerious cendlUon from Caino, US. bitriKi. Tho men, who wcro on their way from MranjWa to Choir homo In Now tho car after drinking York cnUs-cheavily and accidentally set it aflro. SISTERS OF BOY SCOUTS. When Vltowl fainted Prosldont Dlanchl abandoned all bopo of re storing order, oven with tho aid of tho carbiniers and adjourned tho h fission long beforo Uio usual hour. Vltcneul prcBcntcd a pitiful appear ance when ho stepped from lib cngo and, loaning on a cano with ono hand and supported by Ills physician on tho other side, mailo his way to tho stand, lleforo seating himself ho ntood for sovcral moments with head bowed aa It In prayer, tho while devoutly crossing hlniBclf. Ills physician explained to tho president that tho priest was In n very feeble condition and naked that ho bo allowed to administer stimulants to htm whenever ho doomed It nocesary. Tills permission was granted. Vltoal mado no attempt to control his emotions. Ho talked rambllngly of bin paat life, tbo Camorra and the accusations tnado against blm and at times soomcil to pay llttlo heed to tbo questions put to him. Ho said bo was Hrrlcnnn's godfaUier and could not bollove that ho had been Implicated In tho murder of tbo Cuoccolon, to say nothing of being Implicated In tho crlmos hlmsolf. Vltozzzl. It wilt bo remembered, gained Errlcono'a whan ho was first urrcated by declaring tho real murderers of tho Cuoccolos had confessed their crimes to him. but ho was compelled by tho strlcturen of tho confessional to keop Ho proclaimed their nam on secret. himself Innocent with loud and pro longed nobbing. Ho bad never dono wrong, ho said, and ho knew evil only aa a servant of tho church must know It to com t it Rurccssfnlly. Ho protested vehemently against tho methods of tho carbiniers. "I am Innocent!" ho cried; 'I am a martyr. I am sick from tho slander and Uio cruelty of these last three o one at Uro Imluenecs working for provement. im- Cloth Goods. WWio fndlcaUona aro not looking Uxil (here Ihas been eomo dhrrakngo in net profits, as a consequence of uho reduced vohrmo of transactions, a steadier and Armor tone to tho cotton goods market vtob cWcn during tho week by a recovory In prlcca from tho krw favefct touched on wide ohoctiasa 4 Season of Joy HERE la an Instinctive sense of disappointment when It rains on Easter. We feel that shine Uio sun should and all nature bo at her beat and brightest on this day that Is typical bo Ui of spiritual and Even with all our faith that deadening question. "What's the user lurks In wait for ua at every obstacle In the road. Did we not believe in what lies on the othor side, though unseen, wa would turn back like Pllablo from our miry Slough of Despond. Take away temporal hope from a man, from a nation what follows T For Uio man discouragement, Inertia, bleached cottons, and ok by and consMent purchaflos for tho wcll-eotnbllshcd needs of a larger printer. In Footwear. In footwear eomo mamiaioturerB are fairly tnisj, but others oro fooling Uio lack of eirpplemcn tarry Goasonafblo or dcr8, and their cutting rooms are espo- cHot dull at the preoont time. Bradttieet'a weekly letter mid: Trado and Industry aro quiet, disap pointingly so in most sccUans, eonadd-onta- g Uio nearness at Easter, and cot lecHoiw backward, but weather con- dlUons, which havo boon partly rospon-Bibl- e for this, have boon, on tho whole, beneficial to agricultural Intorostfl. It is to bo noted that Uio loss ueenno In most farm products, which oro now 20 to 4.0 per cent below a year ago, is credited at a few points with being a retarding Influence upon trade. Good Weather Helps. On tiie other band, a few days of good weather and recent price rovl Mann are credited with helping cotton goods trado slightly. Iron and Steel. in tho leading Industries there Is not much new to note. Iron and Eteol fall to show progrestrlvo growth in demand. The ra.nroa.da ore alow to place truslacta and pig iron prices aro weaker at some centers, hut structural material sells fairly well, and wire, of tho en tire rkrt. of tCt4 products, notes most activity. There are fewer Idle cars titan two wecka ago, though the grand total la double Chat of a year ago. Business Failures. f.ilhirvn in the United States tor tbo week ending Aprfl 6 woro 2SC, against 260 last wcck, zw n hn IH.-- wrok nf 1010. 227 tn 1909. 228 in 1908 and 194 In 1907. Business failures in Canada for Uio week number 23, aa compared with 20 last week and 2C In tho corresponding week of 1910. Helen Brace WaJkcTj Are Planning to Form Body Known as Campflre Girl. Now York. U became known hero rhsu HKSo Mriera of tho Hoy SoouSh of Amorkn ore planning to form an nil their own, to bo known as tho CarorrfVrc flirt of America. M Krmut Thompson Soton, vrffo of the chtof wuut of the Boy Scouts, fa alio of tho uriino movers of tho girl's osrociailaa. A temporary organisation has boon effected and the leaden hope to nrako the rcuvumeirt. a national one to load girts Into doner touch with out door life. TRAPPED IN A CANYON, I Federal Detachment Attacked By Rebels and 150 Killed. Atllxlco, 1'cuba, Mex. Trapped In a canyon, a forco or u.u rcrtorai was almost annihilated by a band of rebels. in whoao pureult they bau uoen en man in tho detachment was cither killed or wounded. Tho rebel loss Ib said o have boon small. Pmitiiient'a Cousin a Stowaway. Boston, fttarfl. Koliert ToXt, a SDrlnirtlcld boy, who In n couia of IroBldcut Tuft, wn brought nlne-Kiivo- rlnvl (nr 24 iunnfn utato nractlcally every hour. rate part as a tfowaway by tho uy-kin- d Maer (Joorglin, to which lio was tmauforod from tho outbound- lltier UiMBtSrianv, of tho muno line, moro MARTIN NAMED CAUCUS HEAD than 300 milts at sea. Virginia Senator Is Chosen Leader ol Five Pair of Twins. Minority In U. 3. Senate DeBenjamin Mar ivmtimru. lti. Mrs. feats Shlvely. rle two Walh to her llfth jnir of ol Washington. Senator Martin twins. Thrco acta aro living. All wero Vlrglula waa Friday elocted Demo born within a period of seven yeans, cratic leader of tho upper chamber by a voto of 21 to 16. Pour Millions For Peace. Senator Shlvely of Indiana was Moxlou City. Four million dollars by tho opposition Martin. pftl wub voted for a war fund tor voted forO'Gorman, tho nowto senator Benator 'Tho nicUUntiou of tho Country. from New York, voted for Shlvely. As chairman of tho Democratic cau Georola City Flreswept. (la. Flro destroyed property cub and leuder of tho minority Senator nnifnn. MarUn will name a steering commlttoe valued at $100,000 here. There was no which will fill committee vacancies, loss of life. assign now mombors to places and reI port Us action to a future caucus for Premier Glollttl Uoheld. approval or dissent. Rome. Premier (llollttl received aa overwhelming majority in tho cham-i-- r Lightning In Snow Burns House. nf donutloA durluc tho dlscusnlon Muscatine, la. In tho midst of Tho of thu program of tho new cabinet. snow storm Monday lightning struck and uio majority tho resldenco of C. C Spring and the voto stood ZV) to Included socialists, radicals aim no dwelling waa burnod. Members of tho emla. housuhuld woro stunned. physical reawakening. As far as we can wo voice this Joyousncss In the flowon that are seen everywhere. There Is a coldness In the church Bervlco that Is not brightened by at least a lily or two today; It seems to poorly express Uio spirit of tho Eastertide. years." It la good for us to havo one day In the year that Is all joy. It Is no TAKE 1,720 OFF STEAMER Ume for yielding to gloom or depression. Life' has bo much of shadIrene ow that the road would be darkened Passengers on Stranded Prinze did we never come out Into the full Are Transferred to Sister Ship sunshine. We want life and light Without Accident. and color around us; therefore we winNow York. All of tho 1,485 teer put the blossoms of spring In our ago and 135 cabin passengers on board dows and wear them as we go to and tho 'North German Lloyd steamship fro. Other festal days have their teml'rlnzowi Irene, fast aground In the sand. oft Klro Ulund, wcro Friday trans poral distractions. Easter makes Its ferred to her sister ship, tho Prlnz strongest appeal to the soul side of Frederic Wllhclm, which brought them us. Coming as It does on tho first day of the week, when tbo busy world Is aafcly to this city. The transfer was effected without rcsUtig, there is time to think of Uie higher side of life, to ponder on the incident, accident or panic The crow of 300 olUcera and men deeper meaning of things that bo. What means this joyousncss of the will remain on board until tho Prlnzess Ircno la clUicr floated or broken up season that la folt by all, It unexpressed? Is It not reviving hope; a hopo by the heavy sens. All efforts to float the great liner to brlgktcn the dreariest, most dispirhave been ited man or woman I In her proscnt condition Did not man believe In a hereafter, nbandoned. Tho tug captains engaged In tho work bavo pronounced It Impoi a future when wrongs will bo rightslblo to bndgn her until her cargo Is ed and sorrows turn to Joy, the world transferred. This. It Is declared, will would havo stopped trying long ago. require a week of hard work. Light era havo been ordered from this city and tho work of lightening the great steamship will bo begun nt once. along the shoro deThu clare that a sovore storm at any time daring tho week will accomplish the destruction of tho Prinzes Irene, She Is In such a position that she' could not withstand the bombardment ol heavy aeoB. a despair, then uselessness; for the nation disintegration. How much farther reaching in Its effects for III Is a hopelessness that this rough earthly path leads, to eternal life. Are we discoursed today! Have the worries of the winter hit us hard? Have we trials that nono but ourselves may know, the more bitter that they must be hlddcnT Aro wo bowed under a wolght of Illness, of morbid dread of the future, that will not lift? Let Uio Joyous messago of Uio Eas tertide bring healing. Hope la Ulng voiced on every side today, In the swelling notes of tho organ, In tbo soaring voices of choir and chorister, In the Inspiring messago that is proclaimed from every Christian pulpit In tho land. It but remains for us to reach not for that hope and mako It our own, to loosen the Bordld, de pressing earth cords that have us tightly bound. The Joyousncss of Easter. Alas, for the woman who cannot feel It; who Is not lifted out of herself today. What though the old gloom returns? Is It not something to have stood on the heights and sung aloud with tho joy of living; to havo seen tho sun piercing the clouds, to have caught a glimpse of Uio radiance beyond? Never again will tbo blackaesa be so dense, for Is there not tho bopo of that Joyous day when the sunlit heights will be ours, to Inspire us to money-trouble- righteous man avnllcth much;" and thcro aro surety moro things wrought by prayer than wo ever Imagine. I toll tou it Is worth whllo having one who carries you on his heart to such! an extent that ho prays for your safety! ind welfare. When Lot's family was In danger Abraham prayed until Oodj promised them safety. When the Ephej stan church was going through the, fires nt persecution, Paul sent up prayj era hi their bebalt from his prtson cell When Potor was In dangor of backslid' lng, Jcsua prayed for him: "Simon. Simon, behold Satan hath desired U havo thco, but I havo prayed for thee ' that thy faith fail not" Do not many faithful pastors sendj up prayers, as Paul did, for thd churches committed to their care? Del they sot ptay for tho homes of Uio conl gregation and for Individuals who ara going through acme trial and for the) young pcoplo who aro starting out Into, life? And now aa of old, the prayerj of a truo, stnecro man. avalleth muchv It Is a part of a faithful mlnlflterM servlco which Is very often overlook- cd and yet is of the first importance What a fine thing It was for tho Ephe-- i slans to havo SL Paul praying fori them upon every remembrance. AM though ho waa far away, ho was still their pastor, tho shepherd of thelrl EOUlS. But for what did ho pray? Did be) pray that they might live In comfort! and caao and havo plenty) Did ba pray that they might bo freo from per-- ' secullon and that the church mlghf; grow without hindrance? That, probj ably would havo been our prayer unJ dcr llko circumstances. But his prayi or was "That Christ may dwell In your hearts by faith." How wonderfully comprohenstvd season's joy in our hearts. Ileal mu3t find an outlet. In cheery greeting. In forgetfulness of old grudges. In taking brightness Into the lives of those who may bo shut out from It Wear your Easter flower, typical of hope, be heartened by the Easter message, but share both flower and message with those whose need of cheer may be greater far than yours. keep on climbing. Let us not be content to keep the that prayer is when we begin to an-- i alyze 1L Oh, it takes the inspiration of tho Holy Spirit to make a prayer, like that. It takes Insight into Uio deep things of God, and into tho needs of tho human hearts. Do you think that thcro Is anything you need moro than that? Do you not honesUy think that that would! mako most things right which are. wrong, would bind up broken hearts, would heal things that hurt, and drlva out evil things which aro spoiling youn life? Yes, you know It. and I know; It, so let oar prayers be that Christ: may dwell in our hearts by faith. This Is the substanco of your faith.1 'X bettor and mcro comprehenslbla definition of our religion could not bu given. It contains tho whole ofl Christianity as tho acorn contains tha cak. Tbo wholo Jewish law had its dl vino inspiration, its secret spirit, but it was blddon In a vast system of forms. Christ said, "I come not to destroy but to fulfill," and the truo spirit of tho law was seen In him. It winter an old apple tree Is homolyj ss T.-rt- Thu Exnnrt Trade. f lnVMllncr floiir Ttrxirtrt from The Easter Egg JL I am the tlr.Jcd Eister egg, the United States and Canada for the nwV-- fmdlmr Ajirll 0. aggregate 2.143,. 013 bush, against 3,57C,8C4 bush last week and 1,777,086 this weeK taat year. Pnr l.hn 40 WeriOi MMIUg APTU O CX" rw, nm fli (590.732 Chltrih. oralnst 117.04C,fi6'J In the ooresponding period taet year. Com exports for the week are i r.iftftjr, tniMh. acoinst 1.725.2S6 bush lost week and C35.024 In 1910. For the 40 weeks ending April 6 com exports are 41,133,991 bush, against 23.371,426 Uet year. - gnarled and twisted. when THE Cincinnati MARKETS s, Is Uio ro Ttimnn. Pa. Seventy-fou- r vised total of tho toll of tho ralno Uro at tho INuicoast colliery. A canvass of tho famllloa of tho victims shows 45 widows and 137 orphans. Mexlcala. Cal. len. Htanloy Wll-iinma hurled his llttlo batalllou of reb els agulnst Col. Miguel Mayot's COO Moxlcan reculara on tho mesa. Eighty laeurroctoa went Into tho fight. Twenty returned from Uio battlefield. WMIama n.nmclf was fatally wounded Elnhtv Attacked BaUlllon. Woman Mayor Counted Out. Hunuowoll, Kan. After winning the mayoralty of Hunnowoll, Mrs. Ella Friday by VVUson was counted out tho old city council and tho certlfi cafe of elocllon given to her opponent, O. M. Akera, who Is town clerk. Call Gaynor In Crime Wave Probe. Now York. Mayor Oaynor, among other city officials, will be subpoenaed as a witness beforo tho grand Jury In tho "crlnia wave" InvosUgaUon, according to announcements made In the presB Friday at whoso bespangled shell you peg with careful stroke-6- f knife or spoon, regarding me as quite a boon. And. as I feel your lusty stroke I chuckle gsy ly at the joke, for you I know are In the mesh of placards worded "Strictly Fresh." You trust the crafty gfocer man who sells Ms eggs )ust as he can and never Is the least afraid to claim that they are "Newly Laid." The grocer man, be puts bis trust In men who are not wholly Just, for they sell eggs the ,whole year round and often in deceit are found, because they keep the eggs on Ice until there Is a raise in price. However, I would advise that you should turn your happy eyes upon the timings of my shell the hues are laid on so well; the dreamy pinks and reds and blues with which the dye my form embues; or possibly I may present designs that for true a landscipe or an .ocean scene wherein art are meant there are faint bints of green, or maybe, limned with dainty grace there is a most bewitching face that smiles into your foyput eyes which shows the sparkle of surprise. Do as you please, but it is best to act, perhaps, as I suggest. Put down your knife with which you aim to crush ray most arlstic frame, and simply feast your inner man upon the pictures that you scan. For all you see and all you know; for all my cunning pictures show I may be of the overflow of Eastertime a year ago. Old masten may have painted me in some forgot en century and left me in some cherished hoard some ware house where fresh eggs are stored and It might fill you with regret if you should heed me not and let your appetite (or works of art giin headway o'er your miad and heart. 0, listen, listen, let me beg I am a simple Easter egg, bedaubed with paint and drowned In dyes, but let me beg of you: Be wise I How often do we weep to see things not what they're cricked up to bet Remember, I have made no claims I leave the dealer all suck games; I may ba but a cheat and sham, but I am only what I am. Think over what I say think twice; all men may profit by advice. If you should crack me to your woe, remember that I told you so. Now alt my little speech Is dne. Strike! Strlk;, but first prepare to run! Grain Market. la4.25, do family S3.10a3.35, low grado $2.6Ca 9 7T. hn.nl mtent S5aij.2G. do fanoy Wheat No. 2 red S&a88c, $4.2."a4.ri0. rou loaauc No. 3 red 82a6c, no. Corn No. 2 white 48V4a4De, No. 3 uftitln 4Rn4RU.o No. 2 vtfflow 49a 19e. No. 3 yellow 4SV&a49c, NV. 2 mixed 4Sa4SVic, wo. a nuxeu iaa Oats No. 2 wtofte 34a34&c 4814c. I not seen says, dtandard whdto 33a34c, No. 2 mixed anostlcshlp, bow "Have meager was tha blm?" But Sl&a32c Cbrfetlan ltfo of those days com, Clncrnnatl Live Stock. pared with that of lator ages, and dkt Cattle Shipper tf.g.laS.Si, butchers not Jesns pronounce a blessing on good to dioloo nlecrs. extra JC. heifers, oxara, JCaC.10. thoso who had not seen and yet 5.2Ga5.90; good to choice $5a5.90; eowa, oxtrn bellovcd? Christ may be presented to a man's 4.25a J5.10a5.25,; good to choice llulte Bolog Intellect Thero ore certain facta to' B: canners J2.E0a3.7C. Calves bo known and understood concerning na Jl.50a5.2ri. extra $5.35. Kxtru. I6.7&a7; fair to good J4.C0a him, bat there aro also many that are) and largo $3a6.2fi. beyond our understanding. Croeds common 6.50, Hogs tlood to choice packers and sum up a fow groat facts of our rellgj butohera JO.80aC.8S. mixed packeru ion. Not that tho repetition of a J6.70aC.80, common to choice heavy fat creed will make anyono a Christian,' sows Jl.JSuU. pigs tuu IM anu less) Uke Uio astronomer's) Slicep Kxrru swwm.uu but a creod la sweeps J6aC.90. Ho the heavens E telescope. good to choice J3.S5a4.25. Lamb to find a particular atar. By and by tra S.l3, yoaningd it.ouaa.iu. tho telescopo brings it to his eye. Cincinnati Miscellaneous. tho Hons 16c lb, wiring chick It is not tho Instrument thnt sees man' I'oultri cos 18c lb, ducks 17c, turkoytj star, but tho man's eyo. A blind Egg I'rimo flnsts could not Bee tho 'heavenly bodies 20c, geeeeiCaSc. Creamery with a tejescopo, no matter how powrots 14c Butter 15, extra 23c, firsts 22V4c. faDcy dairy erful It might be. So a creed may) Fancy JftvO.03 a bbl, bring facta to yoor intellect, but IC 16c. Annies choice J5.50a6 u Mil, Carrots N. O takes tho heart to apprehend and InCelery 25a3Co dozen. terpret theru. K0a40c dozen. Homegrown JSU3.2B EKimkiwtB Therefore Paul prayed for the Epbe-- . Lem-on- a crate. Honey J3.76a4 crate. slans not greater knowledge, but that Onlonn J3a3 00. California dwell tn tholr hearts br white Jl.7Col.S5 Christ might Uio Jl.75a2, Yellow heart may embrace faith. For lTntapples J3.60a3.7G tier ibu. lovj erate. Fotzioes Northern Ohio EOa Christ with an enthusiasm ofperoep-- j 55c a bu, Florida j:.75a3 a hamper, tven though tho Intellectual Uon be imperfect and vagus. J3.50X4. Flour Winter patents covered with blossoms) thcro Is nothing moro beautiful. So, tho old Jewish law blossoms Into, boanty and comes to fruit In Jeausi ' ChrlsL Christianity is not a system oi laws, but a staio of the heart. Christ In a man that Is tno ChrlsUcn rellgj ion. It is Christ dwelling In tha heart by faith, and then a man begins to know Uio length and the) breadth and height and depth of the; love of Christ which passeth knowM odgu. Outside of personal expert ence, Christianity Is pale as a Iunarj i rainbow, There aro threo avenues of exp rlonco by which Christ may como ta nan sight, lntclloct, tho heart. To have Been Christ was doomed of great Importance in tho early days. Tbosai who had seen Josus possessed a certain distinction, Paul, dofendlng his, But in spring it Is 11 wt Page Four. THE CITIZEN. ( April i.i, 1911 , yon SKTTINO KfJOS Harred Kocks, rinn quality, 80 cents for in. T. A. Kd wards, Itlchmotid St., Heron. Anything for tho Hoard of Health to do? Tako n wnlk down street nnd see. Mlits Ituliy Smith rtcurned, Mon-dnfrom a visit with friends in IvrtHt Mrs. Lucy (lonlon who hnd boon visiting relatives hero and nt nig Hill for three weeks returned, Monday, to her homo nt Lexington. Rugs and Mattings A Brand New Stock Now on Display The largest assortment and the most beautiful patterns in Oriental, Persian, Mission and Floral Designs ever shown here. What's more I make the Lowest Bends with your foot" That Rood. is why it feels so 5k V MR W 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 arc fitted in the Red Cross Shoe, you will be bcttersatisfied than you have ever been before with the appearance as well as the comfort of your footwear. Come in and see the new styles. Find out this season how restful the Red Cross Shoe really is how fashionable Ilcrnstndt. Friday nnd Saturday, Apr. 7th and M.h, arts tho dates set for tho Spring opening In tho Millinery Department nt Welch's. Mrs. S. It. llukcr was unable to bo In her storo for a part of Inst week on account of Illness. Did you know, that tho cistern In tno Public school yard Ib uncovered? It Is n filth hole. Will It bo your child that wilt be missing somo day found nt Inst In tho cistern? Mr. Itotit. Jackson of Ioudon, Ky was In town tho latter part of Inst week. v Mrs. Itlchard Moore left Saturday for Lexington to sMnil n fow 'days with her husband who Is work-- 1 Ing there. Boys, bring your rubber and Iron to J. S. Gott on Depot Street for high prices. Mr. Jnmes Jackson nnd family moved, this weok, to T. P. Wyntfn proerty on Iloono Street, Wnsn't tho church decorated beaut fully lister morning? Y01., but did joti look bohlnd the door In the closet, the basement, In the back of Brussels, Axminsters and Velvets. Price. R. H. CHRJSMAN LOST Ilotween Korea and Conway a bevel cog wheel with handle attachOpportunity." Her practical applica- ed. Finder plcnttc leave at Canfleld's tion of tho topic to tho lives of tho store nnd receive reward. girls was very helpful. Easter exercises nt Union Churrh .Ab nro the pooplu so will lie tho by the Sunday School, Sunday mornrailroad station. The company will ing at it:30. Parents and all who deglvo tho people what they demand. nim to come aro welcome. Mr. O. D. Hollldny Is entering the The Child Study Club will meet Ileal Kstato business. His office. Is In nt tho home of Mrs. Thomson, tho liorvn Hank k Trust llulldlng. See Wednesday, April I'J, at 3 o'clock. his attractive announcement on pnSe Mrs. Frost will oak on the "adoles5. .. cent M'rlod." All Interested friend' ' Miss Carrot Hill after mending nro Invited two weeks with friends hero return-d- , Your neighbors may linV good Friday, to her homo nt Wood- noses. They can smell our pig stock, III. our cow stable nnd they can . Don't forget the cellar. Straighten These things tell on you. up thn wood (die. In tho course of President Froht's sermon In Clini-e- l last Sundny night he showed a imliii branch ho had brought from Jerusalem which had carried In tho Pulm Sunday procession there nineteen ears ago. Prof. Radio's sermon nt the Unlon Church Inst .Sunday morning was unusually ImpressUo as ho describe! the scene nt tho first Palm Sunday In Christ's feelings and tho when ho rnli 10 In sight of Jerusalem. Miss Vloln Click, who graduates this enr from the college department, has accepted a Ksltlon for next jnir to teach German and I.at-I- n In tho High School In Anndarko, Oklahoma. What would you (o f jou hud gol'l spit on them and IHived slp-etaturn our rows mid hogs on them. Mr. Gamble visited over Sunday I with Dr. Torey who Is holding a , mooting at MaTlon. Indiana. Thn Pi Epsllon PI Literary Society gave Its anniversary program Tuesday evening. Although tho weather was oicoodlngly luid a good audience was present and generously applauded the various numbers on tho program, all of which showed careful preparation and a good degree lf tialnlng nnd ability. Tho Rev. C. Itoxford Raymond, announcement of whoso call to tho South Congregational Church of Urooktyn. N. Y., wo publiihed several months ago, was formally Installed Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and Miss Mor- j as pastor last week. row left Tuesday noon for a week's Friends of Wallace Battle, of tho trip In the south visiting Industrial class of '01, will ho Interested schools, principally Talladega and ho and tho school or which he that Is Tuskeogeo, president continue to prosix-r- . Tho Prof. Halno began, Monday, to glte, Okolona Industrial College now has at Chai-'- l time, a series of Interpretive the second largest barn In tho'Btato readings from tho book of Job. of MIsslKslpl, v i , I Don't hesitate to select the most stylish Red Cross model shown. Its comfort is not due to its shape orstjlc but to its sole, which bends with your foot. Miss Ada Phillips led the Y. W. 0. A. Sunday night with tho topic, "Your This sole is tanned by it is. Oxfords $3.50 and $4. High Shoes $4, $1.50 and $5. nrd? Mr. Sheridan Hallnrd of Valley View, Ky was In town last weok on business. Klrst Impressions ought to lie good ones. How does look from thu ho train? Clean up tho approaches. Ik-re- a 1 These are the styles that will be worn FERTILIZER E. F. COYLE You pay less or get more Rev. J. P. Ulcknoll preached nt tho Christian church, Sunday. o I Msc, Amanda Eversolo was called o home last week on account of tho Illness of her father. Who will clean up the ' Public school grounds? Who is responsible GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES lor the way they were left? ' m o Mr. W. C. Haley made a business trip to Richmond, Monday. -- ! dhrlsman and Knirlo earrv tho befit I Miss Dora Ely has finished her school and is now at home. fertilizer, Berea, Ky. i Mr. M. V. Koberts or Hazel Green Mrs. Suslo Hoskins of Covington I reached at tho Glade Church, Sun is visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. day. this week. What a pretty placo for a flower CITY rilONK 1S3 Mr. J. J. Martin of I took ford was 's stores. bed between and OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE In Iierea, the 11th Inst. wtmld attract trade. T. J. Coyle of Berea and Squire It FOR RENT: House for rent. Soo Wilson who lied on a farm on ScafDAN H. BRECK fold Cnno plko have exchanged pro- John Welch for particulars. Mr. and Mrs. George Hnldane and Mr. Harry Ware celebrated his Fire, Life and Accident perties. baby came to Berea, Monday, from boll-dago birthday, Monday, by taking a For the whitest and best flour, Insurance Dixie, where Mr. Haldano has been I teaching. Mrs. Haldano Is going to Richmond, Ky. to R. J. Engle. Prorc 505 FOR SALE W. S. Oivens who represents Tho Fine site for a home, beautiful her homo in Jackson County while Mutual Life Insurance Co. of LouisL. tc. N. TIME TABLE view. Located on water main; pipes Mr. Hnldane exiiects to enter school. I 6:30 a. m. 11:00 p. m ville was in our town tho first of laid for sewerage; cement sidewalk. KnoxvIUe Aro there nny beauty spots about 3:67 a. m. tho week. 1:29 p. m BEREA Address Box 328, Berea, Ky. tho station? Store burned bat still In business. 7:45 a. m. 6:10 p. m. Cincinnati New stand in Hanson Hall. W. J. South Bound Local Cincinnati 6:40 a. m. 8:26 p. m. Tatum. Begin in tho buck yard or thi 11:59 a. m. 12:29 p. m. BEREA 5:60 a. ra. stable and don't stop till you have KnoxvIUe 7:00 p. m. Kontf thru tho wood-piland tho celExpress Trails Stop to take on and let off passen- lar and out at tho front cate. Then gers from beyond Cincinnati or from help tho city. Itev. Parsons filled his appointment Atlanta and beyond. at Pilot Knob, Saturday and Sunday. South Bouad New Millinery store opposite Berea 8:15 a. m. Cincinnati National Bank Mrs. Allle Fowler 11:44 a. m. BEREA Ulngbam, close to her old stand. North Bouad Mrs. Pasco writes that she Is with 4:66 p. m. BEREA her sisters at 153 W. Iocust street, 8:S6 p. ra. Cincinnati Newark, O., and will remain thero for a week or two. Her sons who Clean out the alleys. Messrs. John and Clyde Johnsou, were with her for a few days after lepresentlng W. 0. White and Co., the burial of Mr. Pasco but have reThe clothes wc sell are the kind a man likes to be seen in. were both at homo for a fow days turned to their homes. Prof, and Mrs. Dlnsmore were in tho first of tho week. They are all fashioned after the season's latest styles, properly Judge Lowis has returned from Richmond, Saturday evening. groceries and tailors. Fresh and cut (not skimpy) and put together by high-clas- s liooiiovllle. Miss Nannie Slouu of Lincoln who vegetables. Now goods nearly every has been In school hero returned day. Shall bo pleased to see my old customers and many new ones homo, Tuesday. Chicken yardg ur(j not always at my new stand In Hanson Hall, Corner of Main and Center Sts. W. beautiful places. For fine spring millinery call on J. Tatum. Mr. and Mrs. J no. Dean visited In Mrs. Allle Fowlor Bingham in Knglo llulldlng opposite Berea National Conway, Saturday and Sunday. How will the church yard look EastRank, Come in and sec them; we will gladly show you. We also er morning T week Is liolng observed at Passion have a fine line of LOW SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN the M. E. church each night this o OSJ0OB0SJ0O0SJOO00OOOO0OO0OO8)OO)OSOO Berea and Vicinity. If interested ask us for information. We can supply your wants for any kind of larjd. ooooooooooooo ooooooaoooooaooS DR. BEST, DENTIST Mag-gar- I WELCH'S y. e, You will look your Lest and feel your best if your Easter Suit is from our store We've a large line of spring suits from $10 to $20 BARGAIN DAY 2:00 p, m. SATURDAY APRIL 15 MRS. EARLY'S the Hall, Corner Center and Main Streets, 1 urn now ready to do all kinds of watch and Jewelury repairing to your satisfaction. I use the latest und best methods testing the eyes and can have made up for you spectacles and eye glasses that will perfectly correct your vision, at a small price. Satisfaction guaranteed In every respect. T. A. Robinson, Jeweler & Optician. week. OPENING UP ANEW, In AND CHILDREN, and a big line of new skirts. :: ': come in and see them. Ladies, ;: MAIN ST. HAYES RHODUS STORE THE QUALITY BEREA, KV. i m if i mi nrwrniwrrwn him April 13, 19 n. THE CITIZEN. United States. This action Is based upon new and damaging evidence drought out by a cotnniltteo of the Illinois Legislature. It Is claimed now that documentary evidence has been found showing that a fund of one hundred thousand dollats wns used to socurn his election. TOM. L. JOHNSON DIES At tho ago of fi7, born In Kentucky, having begun his career as a street car tnagnato In Loulsvlllo and having developed systems In various' cities, three times elected Mayor of Cleveland, once n candidate for Governor of Ohio and defeated, having amass ed n fortuno and lost It, Tom h. Johnson dls nftrr n long Illness. AUCTION SALE Page Five "FOSTERS" STOVES and RANGES A Car Load Just Arrived A Grand Display of the Very Best Quality at a Medium Price. Ask your neighbor then see "The Furniture Man." U3JH5EB3 r IWJL 1IAV IS VVItJVI 111 tU HIV U i natural lines of the foot Korrect Shape Oxfords are extremely popular this summer. All the latest styles are now ready for your inspection. Korrect Shape Oxfords need no breaking in ; they are models of comfort from the first time you put them on. Friday, April llth, 1911 at 2 p. in. I will sell to tho highest and On bidder, one new five room cottage on Hoono Street, Herea, Ky. Tills Is n good Investment and a good home. Terms mado known on day of bale, M. K. lost Illchardson. READ OUR GUARANTEE R. H. CHRISMAN, Berea, IN OUR - Phone 26 or 46 - Kentucky PUBLIC 8 ALB. Having rented my farm 1 will sell to tho highest bidder nt my farm one tnllo cast of Berea the following property, on Saturday, April 20, 1911: 1 Pair mules, 2 Mares In foal, 1 Maro not In foal, 2 Brood sows, S ShoaU, 1 Stack hay, 1 Wagon, 2 buggies, 2 Double shovel plows, 1 drill planter, o Shares of llerea Nat. Bank Stock, 1 old mulo, 2 Yearling colts, 2 Strlpiior tows, 2 Cows and calves, 4 Yearling hilfcrs, 12 Yearling steers, 1 Mowing machine, 1 Cultivator, 1 Disk Harrow, 1 Corn Planter with fertilizer Ifthe "Burrojaps" upper breaks BURT ft PACKARD CO. through beore the fint sole is worn through, we will replace with a new Pair FREE. Mtkers BROCKTON, MASS. rdou err R. J. ENGLE & SON, Berea, Ky. SIGNINGPETITI0NS attachment. Terms mado known on Any of sale. J. f. Bratcher. men did not offer any opposition to Congressman Towers taking his seat, (Contlmitd (mm fitt Kt they lit It be known that they did War which has disturbed not want to sit on committees with long, for ho Powers retaliated by express- CONUHKSSMAN IIKL..M lug bis strong aversion to sitting with Congressman Helm of the Klghth them, nnil Republican Lender Mann Kentucky District has been elnwn has promised to glvo hint a placo Chairman of one of the lnioruitit where ho will not have any olmox- on Ions associates. It Is understood thut House committees the Kxpcndlturvs of the War Department. lie will go on the Imlgratlon Com- Ho Is also a member of tho Insular inlttt. Affairs and Census committees. A (iOOD MOVBMBXT Hen JohtiMin Is the' only A inovenient Is on foot to organize other Kentucklau that was given a h Southeastern Kentucky Good Roads ilialrmanshlp. He heads the District Association and a meeting will be 0 of Columbia Committee. th for held In I'IncvHIe on the POWERS OS HIS MKTTI..K that purpose. An Important feature of this meeting will bo tho construe- While the nine Democratic Congress OWN STATE Hp-athlI 19-2- Hon of three hundred feet of model road In tho presence of the delegates. A number of distinguished visitors will bo present and make addresses. j BDITOU SBBKS AN OKFICB Kdltor Clark of tho "Uarbourvlllo Advocate," 0110 of tho most energetic kupiorters of Mr. 1'uwcra In his contest with Congressman Kdwards and also a supporter of Judge Sampbon In his recent candidacy for tho nominCircuit Judge in the new j ation for Ills candl j 17th District, has announced dacy for tho Republican nomination for Commissioner of Agriculture. NEWS OF THE WEEK (Continued FOR YOUR Seed Potatoes GO TO TATUM'S All Varieties - $1.30 Mill Feed Ideal Patent Flour - - 65c Fairy Patent - - - - 65c Good as is made. A BIG BARGAIN Id a farm containing 89 2 acres situated on Copper Creek Pike six miles west of Berea, 4 2 miles oast of Paint Lick, Garrard County, Kentucky. This farm la almost entirely level, Is good land and kas on It a good six room house aad out buildings, a new tobacco barn 1-1-- ... (rm Brut page) PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured mcuts and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for hides, furs, butter, eggs and chickens FRESH FISH EVERY THURSDAY Kldd Building. Corner Main and Richmond Streets. Berea. Ky. tocates aro opposing It and most of tho farmers of tho Northeast, and, with some show of reason from the latter, Inasmuch as In Belling their products they hnvo to compete with free farm products from Canada, while tho manufacturer of farm pro- costing $450, a splendid orchard, ducts, such as flour, has Ills Industry flue drilled well In yard aad feua-tal- n protected by a sllghtax. of stock water Just In the right THK "BLONDB BOSS" AGAIN place. J, , ROBERTS PrOB. r Senator LaKollctto has announced This Is a great bargain aad can Ills Intention of beginning a new inbe had for only $45 per acre, half vestigation of tho election of Sena- down and balance in payments. Adtor Lorlmer to tho Senate of the dress J. P. Blcknell, Berea, Ky., or Continued from first page lor. former County Clerk, I'luovllle, Ky.;J. It.Kicc; ' J. M. Klliott; J. K. Anlier Assessor Hull county ; J. K. Klee, City Assessor, l'liievlllo; James Hownrd, constable, and otlierH, In all, seven ty.four, nil nsk-In- g that Hull be pardoned becnuse they think ho has been punished enough by being In prison six yearn of a llfo sentence for murder. "Commonwealth's Attorney J.G. Forester writes tlmt bo has taken considerable pains to Investigate the matter, mid liebolleves Hall Iiiih been punished enough. County Judge It. A. Ftmon write to hay tlmt lie thinks Hall ought to be pardoned, knows very little about the killing, but feols like'lio ought to bo pardoned or paroled, mid adds: 'I see no use In keening u man in pen If he will ltluire anil innko good citizen.' "Judge KuKuii, as Judge, thus Joins n score of oftlcers and puts on record that be does not approve of the law of Kentucky, though lie took the usual olllclnl oath, which nil of these olllcers nsk theGov-ernto disregard. It. It. Rice. Circuit Clerk, writes n letter for Hall, as do Simon Delph, County School Superintendent, and Mayor K. S. Ilelburn. "Tho view of these citizens that six years Is enoiigb punishment for murder is squarely different from the law established by tho people of Kentucky and fixed by the Jury In obedience" to that Inwat Imprisonment for life. The Governor isbotind by that law and cannot cliango ittomeetthuapparentvlews of these citizens, forit Istlie law of two million three hundred thousand people. Isn't it refreshing f But these yood citizens hare it in for the Governor for "peaching" on them. They never dreamed thut he would publish their names aud their arguments. They had their sails trimmed to both breezes outwardly they were for the Inw, but secretly they were with the criminal element represented by Ball. But the Governor does not stop with "peaching" on them. He answers the arguments of these good citizens that six years nre long enough for a mau who expects to behave himself: or "His history gives no promise that If pardoned he will bo a good man. There are reports that he 'has threatened the men who arrested him with vengeance when he gets out." Hurrah for the Governor! But here's wishing that he had begun it three years ago. Let us be sure we are right and that all criminals are thoroly reformed before we ask the keeper to unlock the cage. Robert Bola, Paint Lick, Ky., R. D. No. 2. K. ROOM 4 BEREA BANK A TRUST BLOO, 3. 2. moUtoas Real Estate and Insurance SBG3SS Keren, Possession VALUABLE given at once If bought. April 11, 1011 To Whom i ' it May Concern: . TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE I also have a very valuaMa tows property In Central Berea oa south side of Chestnut St., opposite National Bank building. This lot Is ST pleaaure in announcing that I have recently established myself In the general real estate, Insurance and brokerage business at the above address, where I shall be pleased to see you at any time. In addition to my five years former experience of a successful real estate business in this place, I have been preparing to embark in this line for some little time, and have recently very advantageous business connections which give me extensive I take made-some toet front extending back 175 feet and has on it a good six room, two story framed house, excellent 127 garden and barn. Also a good aew framed store building with 11 Ting above Store room 25x60 ft. All In good condition and a flae location for any one wanting a splendid business location In the beautiful and educational town of Berea, Ky. Would sell this property as a whole or separately, together with all my property In Berea, which to for sale. For further information address, J. P. Blcknell, Berea, 'Ky. of choice salable a position to quickly secure buyers for any property of which you may wish to dispose. representation all over the United States. This connection gives me the largest property in this section and places me in I am prepared to promptly ... house next, to the one that We have fitted up the small store was burned, and on the same side of the street, about fifty yards from our old stand, where we will sell millinery this season. Owing to our misfortune in getting our stock burned we shall have only the latest and best styles. We shall most gratefully appreciate your trade and as we have a splendid trimmer, Miss Ida Martyn, who has had twelve seasons experience and is gifted at her trade we are sure we can give you satisfaction in your hat. . . . 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JOASH REPAIRS THE TEMPLE Scanty Sclool 1 $it ll &ust?r doftttt the snd eyed dnughtor of tlio past, tho keep-o- r of tho historic of ruan, tho mother of Immortal mom- orlca, who nnclcnt-lreceived tho word Dtvlntnn and brought It forth, a light to light tho world I Mow rolcnin and how pitiful sbo alts upon tho rocky fastness of her hills, locked In tho gaunt arms of hor two rnvlnM nnd looking y Uiih fr April 23, Kings 1111 SpcUflr Anuitl tor Thli Paptr Jlfmory Verse II. GOI.DKN TKXT-'Th- LESSON THXT- -J en lt:M-tt:- the Temple. la kin of Syria! haa fitcceoihd Jelm In Israel! In iMyrla 8!ialra.merr II. rma died ami finnmaali-rararaa- a has come to the throne. KtNOH-ltntnot rnrrj. n n. for that they offered wllltngly.- "i i nron. zj;j. year nl TIMI In the twenty-thtr- a Jonah's reltm. M n. C. (Ileecrwr), nl n. C. (Ttontltijrs). Jouh SITtUln In Mi fortieth year nt hi relitn. II. C (Uee- the tropin c (llutlngt). PI.At K"JeruAlem, and I am a simple Easter jcarm, With trimming rawing up and down ; my price, however, I invst say, is always on the upward way. The wives and dfltigktcrs fuss at me, and twitch and pull maliciously, and vow that I will never fit, and jokers turn their caustic wit npon my sweep mg curves and lines, and poke fun $$$$$$$$$?$$ at my new designs, and say that 1 fW$$ 6$$$$$$?$ would quite be lost if it were not $$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$ for my great cost. Tho lovely mmm$$ $$$$$$?$ oat across the rlrorlcss canoes and unfruitful elopes, even to the lifeless Taller ot iio salt noa of tho rialn Forlorn and brought to desolation In her sad old age, a childless and deserted Niobo, or soma old goddess shorn of dolly, sho rat, amid her squalid poverty, holds out to you the sacred challco of rcmcmbored things, and sands her tomplo rcll to lot you through Into tho holy of her living past, nut in tho spirit only may you sea that post for outwardly aha boars bo seep-tere- d majesty, or Rome as Athens do, with rhlch to point to you the footprints of hor memorial hours. About her, prophetic hor desolation lies and misery has clothed hor as a garment from tha waste and barren aapoct of her llmostono hllle. unfruitful and with accursed only herq squaior or bor atreeu. Viewed from afar. Indeed, somo ro-minaer or past dignity still clings d aoout nor. upon her enrrounded by her crum bling. maaslro crenelated walla, en' . iii . iuitcu wiia oasuon ana many an ancient tower, thoro la a martial, an tlque grandeur In her look, not Out of eoplng with her oarly pride. Dut onco within tho walla, tho splen dor rades, and disillusionment falls heavy on tho spirit. stony, colorless, tho gray walls of tho houses rise on either side of narrow, filthy streets, each with Its door re vealing want and wretchednoss and dirt, each with flat root and tiny cupola monotonously similar, mo notonously moan. No pavements dig; mry the streets, and through their mire foot passengers, camels, tnuloa and horses Jostle each other In cloeo and unsavory contact, while beta and "there an ovorspannlng arch shuts out the strip of radiant sky that alone makes it tolerable Now and then. In deed, somo more pretentious building meets the oyo a conrent or a church, a mosque with domo and minaret, a of Gnllllea; from crescent-crownebit of Roman ruin, or a glimpse of Damascus, have they come a pled picturesque and Orlontal arabesquo. and motley throng that overflows the Tot llttlo by little Jerusalem spoils streets. Impassably. Here you may cut her message (or you from David's see tho native peasants In bright yeltower, which Herod built whero low turban's and striped robes; ArDavid's palaco stood, and In whose menian pilgrims with their broad red shadow Christ must once have rested; sashes; Jews In Oriental garb, or with from Omar's mosquo that fills that tho curls and fur cap of the Pharisee; ancient temple alto with barbaric splendor; from the mouldering ruins that mark tho enclosuro ot tho Knlghts'of St. John; from Roman tower, from crescent and from cross, the city speaks to us. Her fates and hor vicissitudes be long to those hlstorlo moods that Thus the majestic event which make the whole world kin. 8tnce Easter commemorates Is not only David built her first, on Canaan's soil, religious and spiritual In Its true sho has felt the ambitious pulse allko signification but mundane and com- of Babylonian, Assyrian, Egyptian, Ro- monplaco and familiar and secular. man, Saracen and Turk, My all alike It Is on Incessant event in every life. has sho bocn coveted, and fought for The hopo ot resurrection was planted and possessed. Sho has soon mighty deop In tho heart of things. Why empires rise and flourish and pass should It not be formally renicmbored Into the misty Umbo of forgotten and celebrated once a year, and at things. And from her own ashes and the season when naturo herself Joins tho dust of falling nations aho arises, In the fesUvalt and while thoy vanish she remains. Not In tho profound and despairing Wars and destructions, and the pessimism to which Job gave utter hates of kingsl What wonder that ance is the highest wisdom: "My days the land Is dcsolato, and that the city are past, my purposes aro broken off, sleeps In wretchednoss, with but tho even the thoughts ot my heart They dreams of vanished splendor woven chango the day into night. If I wait, for a crown? the grave is mine bouse. I have roado Unlovely and unboaullful, Indeed! my bed In tho darkness. I have said And yet a holy city and a triple to corruption.. Thou are my father; to shrine. A three-folrobe of venora-tlo- n the worm, Thou art my mother and shrouds her. For not alone to tho my sister. Andr where Is now my Christian doos sho hold symbolic hopoT They shall all go down to the things. To every Jew sho is still tholr pit, when our rest together Is In the David's Zlon, Ibis old Jerusalem, the dust." nigh-porcbotion-moun- t, Closo-crowded d and thoro a gnarled and blighted olive troo lonoly calm i gloomy cypress, to dot their white and wind wept alopea; from bookless Kcdron and arid Itinnom, to the poverty and city of the Pslomlst and the King; tho witness yet of splendid Solomon a memory and a hope to bo fulfilled. holds her second but to Mecca in her sanctity for horo tho prophot's bcavonword Journey was begun and hero the Mosquo of Omar stands, most splendid monument of Islam. A wondrous thing this Domo of tho Rock, indeed. Surrounded by groat walls it stands on Mount Morlah whore once the temple stood fountains and shady palms surround It; arcades, with minarets and multiple-pointe- d arches form Its approach. While from a mnrblo plat g form rises the mosque itself a marvel ot encaustic tiles, blue and green, purple and gold nil Inter laced In delicate arabesques tho only pioco of Oriental splendor In all this dismal Oriental town! But now at Easter week Jerusalem's sleep Is broken nnd all her streets are Oiled with busy Ufa and color, for now three faiths keep festival, and pil grims flock from near and far to pray at their most sacred shrines. From tho entempted Dorlo hills of green (those earthly slopes ot Jove's Olympla) Qrocco, with her golden suns nnd silvery olive groves; from far Siberia; Auroran haloed daughter ot the North; from Jaffa and the Sea The-Moslgar-don- s, glls-tonln- and longTurkish dervishes. NuPersians, Tartars, bians, Hindoos, Arabs a very plcturesquo kaleidoscope of nations n sea of tropical florescence that ebbs and flows beneath the moon ot faith, whose phases chango, but whoso groat circling truth 13 ono eternally. Rome on the surgo and resurgo of the human tide you find yourself Inevitably cast up before that central rock of Christendom, tho pale Church of tho Holy Sepulchre. Uut not to pause for long. Tho Romanesque and vaulted limestone vnstness ot the plnco seems earthly, tawdry, bare of that dignity Its slto should bavo en dued It with; and so, although Its glided splendors mark tho homage ot barbaric ages, although the spot Is drenched with martyrdom, nltbough tho knees and klssos ot centuries ot worship have worn tho stones away with rapt sincerity, although tho can die lights burn solemnly about the rosy-buoAnointing Stone, nlthoogh tho very tomb Itself bo here, yet all the tinsel, pomp, theatric pageantry, but mar the thrill, tho sanctity and the transcendent sweetness of that Life, that Death so simple and so great. No, not here: but rather In soma quiet ollvo grove without tho walls whero It may bo that 'once he sat alone; whero spring Is showing now, desplto the ages' blight, tho early green and silver of the leaf; where. beneath tho rounded Pascal moon Jerusalem looks fair and beautiful and clothed In mystery; where faintly comes tho calling of the muezzin from tho tower, the glad hosanna from the far-of- f church, blending In unison nt praise to the one God; here may the city's Immemorial heart beats reach r your ear, tho ultimate of her soul, the silent music ot her Calvary, the message ot tho deathless' ness ot Ufa. whereby forlorn Jem salem sUU hopes, evon while she looks out ovor Kedron's naked gorgo and Moab's purplo and eternal hills be yond tho Valley of tho Salt Dead Sea. Russians, haired drcel: monks: knee-booteblnck-sktnned sol-dlerd spirit-whispe- Rolling the Stone Away The suggestion of the true phlloa ophy is rather In the words of tha young Galilean to Nlcodemus: "Mar vel not that I have said unto thee, Yo must bo born again." Growth Is not otherwise possible, nnd lU with' out growth would be Intolerable. For. tunately resurrection In Its true sense Is attainable by overy ono right hero on this earth, and no life Is so dead or so wrong that It cannot reach the light Dudley. Deats Sonneteering. Tho lato David Graham Phillips, aj la the way of bachelors, struck many a satirical blow at matrimony. A sonnetoer, having married Inst autumn, came up for discussion ono evening In tho Manhattan club. "Do you suppose his wlfo really supports him? an editor asked. "I know It," said Mr. Phillips. "He told me be didn't know what real happiness meant till after he got Thine Easter Day 1 i WWW HMmWHMttU( www Within thlno heart Is there an open It is Ills day; there's no mors deats If sin and wrath and scorn in thee nor night toiubt have died. Have God's strong angels rolled the I Mourn not the past. The folded shroud No dark, no hurt, no more sharp sham stone H way T beside Rises thy dead self from Us bonds uor loss; Angola will watch; It Is thine Easof clayT All buried, hidden, 'neath the grave-ter Day. Breaks heaven's sweet delight across dark nod; soul, and put thine arRise, tho dark aud Bloom T All ways forgotten, save the road lit mor on; Then Is this day In truth thine Ulstrod; Cip round thy breJt the garment All burdens naught In sight of Ills ter Dy. ot tho light; the cross; If broken down are stony gates ot Gird up thy lolas for battle. In the All Joy. alive and safe with Chris) new-bor- pride, If fctiroiidw hands of earth are torn way. fight H? Wads who upward from our sight has couuj and Cod! iiary Lowe UM!nfm thoy take thought for tho church have llttlo heart 'In their work. "Th facetious Sydney Smith had two yokes of oxen on his Utile farm In Yorkshire to which he gavo the araea of Tug' and 'Leg.' Miaul' and Trawl.' These would bo appropriate names for a large class of church members who put no heart Into thri Christian wprk. It Is mere tug and toll nnd task to them. Thoro Is a lack of minister called upon a member who had been neglecting the week-nigh- t service, and went straight up to th nroplaco In the sitting room, and with tho tongs removed n live coal from off the fire, and placed It on tho hearth.,thcn watched It while It turn cd from the red glow of heat to black raasa. The member In question carefully obscured the proceeding, and then said. "You need not say single worn, sir; nt do tbcro on Wednesday night" No church Ore can bum brightly If the coals ore pull ed apart. Though many other reasons might be given for the failure when church work falls behind. It is all summed up In one enure, tho absence of Christ The Goddess of Easter ss Legend Pictures Her. "Getting Christ into the people will N a great cave In a monn neglected, she left the flax soiled or solvo the problem of getting people tain of Thuringla there tho spinning-whee- l Into the church," and getting them to broken. dwelt In days a work when they are there. Once a year tho goddess took out goddess called by some poo her sacred car, and mounting It, went with the frankness and openness plo the White Lady, by along tho Milky Wny. As she drovir with which all church matters should others Ostara or Kastur tiver tho lands, all the coldness of win be treated, Joash sent for Jcbolda This deity had a large train ter passed away and spring awoko In and the subordinate priests and ask of attendants, for It was her all Its gladness. ed them, with somo indignation The leadens trocs work to watch ovor and shook out their tiny buds; the flowers "Why repair ye not the breaches of guard tho souls ot unborn raised tbelr heads and smiled, Hlrds tho house?" began to twitter on the boughs nnd children. A very simple plan was adopted. When she went abroad. tho rabbits began to run about. Then, appealing directly to the religious the leal of the people. A wooden chest era kind goddess looked after the flow too, little children came from tholr and the plants which sprung homes nnd played In tho sunshine, und was taken, and a silt was tnado In the lid for the money to pass through. blooming In her pathway, and her In- EaatiT, looking down, smiled to see In the earth glad with the same life that This was set beside the altar. How fant train, each with a watering-po- t did Joash's plan succeed? Admirably; hand, gave the thirsty plants water to filled her cave In the misty mountains. It brought In much money. People nourish them. Though surrounded by all these lit One time the car of tho White Lady like to glvo directly to a cause, to know Just how their money Is spent. tle ones, Easter's abode was not a was dsuisged. Hhe told a wheelwright Thoy are far more likely to respond nedsy place. The goddess horeelf was to repair It. and for payment said b to special than to general appeals renowned tor her xllecce, and thuugh hould keep the chips. The man wa The king's secretary and the high ho was gifted with foresight and Indignant, not knowing who the godpriest wont together to the chest. knew all that was to happen In the dess was, and kept but a few pieces. What counted tho monoy. and put It up In world, sho never arevealed the secrets. row, was his amazement on the morto find the wnsto wood turned to bags. It was then given to the over which fain, with kind band, hid from guld. But the pieces that hn had sccrs of tho work, and they paid It out man's eyes. ho could not find. 8o h To tluio and experience the White to the carpenters, builders, masons and the men that furnished the timber. Iidy left the liarch duty of dragging learned wisdom from his folly, ns perhaps we all must learn. hewn stone, and Iron and brass. Notli from youth's hopes tho veil ot lllimlou As loug iu tho KoddfSH was ilnlr hor her, each moincut as It came Was Ing was spent on more ornaments everything was devoted to tho solid nil of Its own Intereats, and she uut bonorod huo remained In hor home, repair of the fabric. In nil church from her the visions of the future. As blessing tho eoplo. Hut once. It Is recorded, shK left her cave, lur Infant work progress Is made only by fix- typical of this silence which she wore as a crown, so freighted was It with train dragging her plow, and took up ing upon n goal and allowing nothing hor abode In a distant laud. Then to tum one aside till the goal is wisdom, Kastur was always ucoumpa- - sorrow and mourning uprend among nlcd by u heron and crowned with reached. tho pmple, In pity, tho goddess Tho crown of Jonah's life was what heron plumes, the symbol of silence returned andand restored her past favor he did for tho house of God. Such or forgetfulnens. This beneficent goddess poivessed and benellts. Ho the Itiud whs dud work will bo the crown of any Ufa doned once more. that undertakes It There Is room also a magic fountain called Quirt-borIn different countries thin coddesi which wns virtually a fouutuln In God's house for nil kinds of workof youth. So the goddess herself was was known by different names, and ers and nil degroos of skill. Kven though her occupation was the sauiti the joungost scholar In the Sunday ilways young, and her attendant. Its form was sometimes slightly nl babes, birds, rabbits and flowers were school can make a helpful contribu always fresh and fair, like "lilies In tered. Uut In all Innds, at hor ap tion to tho Temple service. the morning with tho duw upon thorn." proach, earth was rladdoned. wartlnr. Work for tho church should be pro laid down their arms, nnd peace and Raster was the goddess of spring, of good-wil- l gressive; we should become more efreigned on earth. ficient church workers every year. the now llfo, ot tho resurrection, und Is It any wonder, thnn. that. whin To this end it Is necessary that wo In her honor, tho people, presented to Christianity was Introduced aiuongat presents the people, though they begin young, Just as singers and each other on, her feast-day- , discarded of eggs, many colored, as symbols ot their piano players begin young. other goty they the new life. Tho colors In tho tggs tlrely glvn up liaater? refused to en Jack of all trades and master ot No! they held clouds the name, the symbols, none". Is as true of church work as ot were signs ot the many-hnearid lliu kind that tho White I.ady spun. Hr spin- - feelings, and grafted work In tecular callings. Every them onto theli Ing was one of ber groat tasks, and now faith, oung Christian wrU bq wise If he se and todar WA fi.nlntil.it. lects some line of work for God and many golden threads ube wove Into Kaster, with tho feollnr of .m old, at the now llfo, the resurrection cultivates It as his specialty. It may the lives of bur choseu oao. Often, at nightfall, the goddess be ringing, or teaching, or social Ami ll is. as of old. a dur fur th. worh, or administrative work, or would wauder through the darkened children; for the flower-- : for th etft. cities, looking at tho work ot the of eggs as symbols of Dm new nr.. evangelistic work, or tho uao of tha pen. Whatever It Is, he cannot make maidens. Where she fuund the spin Nor does It lose anytklng of ?( the selection too early or begin too ning carefully performed, sho fro- - uees or glory, borati. far back In th, uently left a distaff fM of extra-fmdarkness of non;lvlllatlnn. the peo toon on his preparation. It will be the very bust work of his life, mid l flax, or perhaps a goldeu strand of yia wore rouseu, gionnud, Ullluanlted tno cesi your or tils bar owu weaving. Dut whero cho by tha luOuenve of the reawakening deserve Ife and the fullnais of vcrjr one of found th work carslessry doae, or the resurrection of nature. o d Jonah did that which was right In tho sight of tho Lord while Joholada tho high priest was allvo, but after (ho death of that good man Joash at lowed tho poo pi o to becomo Idolaters again. Even during Jeholda'a llfo. moreover, tho worship the high places was allowed to go on. Theso local sanctuaries wore held to be con duclvo to tnio religion. Tho Temple was his boyhood home, his safe ref uge for corcn years from tho raurdor- ous cruelty of Athallah. In tho Tern pie lived his best friends. There he had been crowned. No wonder he camo to love those courts, and to sor row over their dilapidated condition. Joash called together the priests and tho I.evltos, and bade them draw from tho regular funds for the Tem- pto restoration. This money ot the dedicated things, tho money consecrated to religious uses by tho people, was obtained from threo sources: Money of every ono that passoth the of a account: that Is. the poll-tapaid by every xnnle Hebrew nbovo tho ago of 20 whenever a con-su- a was taken. Money that every man Is sot at; "All, tho assessments. Money that comoth Into any man's offerings heart to bring: The free-wil- l of tho people for this purpose, which might be large. Tho church workers, even when at, squeezed to hold $$$ the waist, and with rckatlcsa vigor laced until correctly they're encased: then forth they tro. all oat of breath, and tied and twisted half v to death, but joyful when in some great crowd they bear rcraarfcs that make them proad-sa- ch whiapers as: 0, look at bcr!" "I woadcr who her modatea were!" and "How deh'ciousJy it swincal" or "Don't she choose Iho Bwcllest things!" Agaia, the women lose dclr'it when some one says: "She k a fright!" or "Mcicy, what a horrid rfeatk!" or That dress is cheap ready made!" or"IIcaveasl Look at how she's laced!" or,"Evcr sec such awful taste?" And still I'm aot the least to Name; she is the pictafc, I'm the frame. I try to rustic like a Worth, and try to look the best on earth. What punles me is why the men should growl like fioos m a tea whenever wife or daughter says she wants to bay me; why they praise ray swing andhang and goods and fit, and speak of roe with kindly wit, if I may chance to grace and drapo some other wife or daughter's shape. Perhaps their view of mo at dimmed when they see bow Tin gayly trimmed. tmm $$$ women, though, aro placed within me, ffff$ half-shek- THE DAY AND THE GODDESS l. lit sower. April 13, 1911 THE CITIZEN the harem ha believed that tbe Moo Strang spoke aa quietly aa thongfe mon king bad abandoned the castle In his own office beside the temple. to Its fato and that the approaching Suddenly ho raised his voice. connict would center about the torn "Sho Is safo, Captain Plum safel" pie. Hla eyes wavered, and traveled beWas Mnrlon at tho temple? If to yond. Aa accurately ns a striking serno returned that she was beyond his pent Nathaniel measured that glanca reach. Hut the woman had said that It hod gono to tho door. Ho heard a she was not there. Where could she movomcnt, felt a draft of air, and In havo gono? Why had not Strang an Instant he whirled about with his taken her with his wives? In a flash platol pointed to the door. In nnothet Nathaniel thought of Arbor Crocho Instant be had fired and the huge IN GREAT BRITAIN and Obadlah tho two men who nl form of Arbor Crocho toppled head' PROGRESS ways know what tho kins was doing. long Into tho room. A roar llko that Brief but 8trlklno Summary of If he could find tho sheriff alone of a beast camo from behind him and Work In England During If ho could only nurse Obadlah bock before ha could turn again Strang was Past Ten Years. into sane life agalnl Ho thrust hla upon him. In tUat moment ho felt pistol Into Its holster. Thero was but that all was lost. Under the weight A brief but striking summary of the one thing for htm to do and that was of tho Mormon king he waa crushed of tho years' to rctsrn to tho old councilor. It to tho floor; his pistol slipped from last ten cause In advance Ilrltaln forms Great would bo madness for him to go down hla grasp; two groat hands choked to SL Jnmui. Ho had lost Strang a despairing cry from his throat He part of nn Interesting article entitled, In had won. Hut his lovo for Marlon was saw the prophet's faco over him, dis "The Outlook," published recently pno of tho foremost organs of tho undying. ho found her Strang's torted with, passion, hla huge neck leraperanco cnuso In England. If The wlfo It would mnko no difference to bulging, hla eyes flaming llko angry facts aro forcibly summarized In the him. It would all be evened up whon garnets. Ho struggled to freo bis following paragraphs: he killed tho king. For Marlon loved plnoncd arms, to wrench off tho death closod "Tho decado him lovod him grip at his throat, but his efforts were will always bowhich has Justfor tho memorable Ho turned his fnco toward Oba-- ltka those of a child against a giant. enormous advaucca which the dlah's, bis heart singing tho glad In a last terrlblo attempt ho drew up movement has made In every words which tho woman bad spoken his knees Inch by Inch under the part tho civilized world. It la al to him bock there In tho sixth cham weight of bis enemy; It waa his only ways of dlfllcult to estlmato progress In ber. choncoyhls only hope. Even as bo any political or moral agitation. As And an ho was about to taka the felt tho fingers about his throat sink tho seaman can Judge of the strength first step In that long raco back to ing llko hot Iron Into his flesh and and direction of a current only by the mad councilor's ho heard behind tho breath slipping from his body ho fixing hla eye on some remote or stahim the approach of quick feet. h He remembered this murderous tionary object and observing Its apcrouched behind a clump of bushes of the rough fighters of the proach or recession, so on the broad and waited. A shadowy form was inland seas and with all tho life that ocean of public opinion a Judgment of hurrying through tho grove. It passed remained In him he sent It crushing tho power of the current which Is closo to him, mounted the castle steps. Into tho abdomen of the Mormon king. floating temperance forward tho and In the doorway turned and looked It was a moment before ho knew that question can be formed only by noting back for an Instant In tho direction of It had been successful, before the film tho landmarks which have been pass St. Jnmca. cleared from bis eyes and ho saw cd or tho rapidity with which others Natbanlel'a Hps quivered; the Strang groveling at his feet; another aro being approached. pounding of hla hoart halt choked moment and he hurled himself on the "The greatness of that advance In him; a shriek of mad, teriiblo Joy prophet- - His fist shot out llko a ham tho United Kingdom la Indicated, was ready to leap from his lips. mer against Strang's Jaw. Again and though by no means measured, by the There In tho dim glow of tho great again he struck until tho great shaggy marked reduction In tho consumption lamp stood Strang, tho Mormon king. head foil back limp. Then his fingers of and expenditure on drink which twined themselves llko the links of a nns taken place. Between December, CHAPTER IX. chain about tho purplish throat and 1&99, and December, 1909, there has he choked until Strang's eyes opened been n fall in annual consumption of wide and lifeless and his convulalona over 4,000,000 barrels of beer and The Hand of Fate. Uke a panther Nathaniel crouched ceased. Ho would have held an until over 13,000,000 gallons of spirits, and and watched tho man on the steps. there was no doubt of the end, had there hasa been a drop In tho annual Hla muscles Jerked, his hands wero not the king's wife the woman whoso expenditure during the same period clenched; each Instant ho seemed misery he had shared that night of no less than 30,000,000. about to spring. Hut be held himself suddenly flung herself with a piercing "This, however. Is not tho full meas back until Strang bad passed through cry, botweon htm and the blackened ure of the real advance. During tho the door. Then be slipped along tho faco, clutching at bm hands with all past ten years the national attitude to log wall of tha castle, hugging the her fragllo strength. tho liquor evil has greatly changed "My God, you are killing him kill and nowhere more remarkably than shadows, fearing Uiat the king might among the working classes, a result reappear and eeo him In time to close ing htm!" sho .moaned. the door. What an opportunity fate Her eyes blared as sho tore at his largely due to tho splendid "lead" given by their leaders on this ques had made for hlml Ills fingers itched fingers. ' Hon. "You are killing him killing him! to get at Strang's thick bull-likSocial reformers of every school throat. Ho felt no fear, no hesitation sho shrieked. "Ho has not destroyed You said you would take her are now realizing that behind all the about the outcome of tho struggle Marlon they aro attacking and lcavo him for me " Che struck abuses which her bead against bis breast, tearing stands tho great ally of every social the flesh of his wrists with hor noils. evil which curses tho land the liquor Nathaniel loosened his grip and traflic. Educationists have learned at last, that It Is Idle to attempt to edu staggered to his feet. "For jfou!" he panted. "If you had cate tho child nnd leave htm unwarned only come a llttlo sooner " He against n drug which Is tho most po stumbled to his pistol and picked it up. tent destroyer of physical, mental and moral control, and tho testimony "I am afraid ho Is dead!" of the medical profession against nl Ho did not look back. Arbor Crocho barred the door. Ha cohol grows louder and moro united bad not moved since 'ho had fallen. every year. "In the realm of political activity Ills head was twisted so that his face was turned to tho glow of the lamp the advance has been great In Jan and Nathaniel shuddered as ho saw uary. 1911, thero was In power a gov whore his shot bad struck. He bad erumont which was content to bo tho apparently died with that lost cry on servant of tho liquor trade. In Janu ary, 1911, a government holds office his Hps. There was no longer a fear of the which has shaken Itself freo from Mormons In Nathaniel. Ho believed "tho Trade." which has dored to defy "the the king and Arbor Crocho dead, and power Trade," and yet today Is In by tho peoplo's will that In the gloom nnd excitement ol groat majority a government with a elected the night he could go among the peo by tho peoplo with full knowledge 1)1 o of St. Jamos undiscovered. A great load was lifted from bis soul, that temperance legislation of an ad vanced kind will bo among the first His Flnpers Twined About the Pur for If ho had not been In time to sav fruits of tho legislative harvest plish Throat, Marion he bad at least delivered hot after a short bondage He had now He only to savo with this giant prophet of God. Marlon and she would go RUM PROVES COSTLY TO MAN did not plan to shoot, for a shot would with him, for she loved him and destroy the secret of Marlon's fate. Strang was no more. Once Member of New York Stock and Ha would choko tho truth from Produce Exchanges Brought to Ho hurried through tho grovs Strang; rob him of life slowly, gasp Ruination by Drink. by gasp, until in the horror of death toward the temple Even before ha bad como near to it be could see that tho king would rcvenl her hiding place A pitiable Instance of how strong a great crowd had congregated there, wonld tell what he had done with Tho street which he passed was do drink will drag a man down was fur ber. sertcd. No lights Bhono in the housea. ulehed a few days ago when a Salva' Then he would kill him! Even the dogs wero gone. For the tlon Army officer took to ncllevue hos There was the strength of tern first time bo understood what II pital aa a victim of nephritis a man pcred steel In his arms; his body, meant, flfty-flvwho was penniless, broken Tho whole town fled to of slender as an athlete's, qu!7cred to that hugn log stronghold had protec- nnd cost off' by bis family and friends, for hurl Itself into action. Up the steps tion. Duildlngs and out hli thla victim of rum Is the son of one he crept so cautiously that ho made view seaward but trees shut see tho of tho world's most famous men. As he could no sound. In the Intensity of his flare of great young man ho went abroad with his Ores mounting Into the a purpose Nathaniel looked only ahead o sky and ho knew that thoso who were father and met royalty. After a of him to tho door. He did not see not education he member of at tho temple wero guarding the the New York Stockwas a Produce exand that another figure was stealing through tho gloom behind him as cau- shore. (TO changes. Ho was a member of tho BE CONTINUED tiously, as quietly as himself. Ho isost exclusive clubs, and bad a wife passed through tho door and stood and four children. He became InDo Birds Return to Old Netts? volved In a financial scaudal, waa for erect. Strang had not seen him. He Whether birds, especially migratory had not heard him. He waa standing ones, return to tho same nests year a time In an asylum, and then dropped In the social scale. It was with his huco bock toward him, facing year fa a question of much In- far down tho hall that led to tho sixth cham after to the naturalist Swallows that Imposslblo for his family to aid him terest ber and tho woman. Nathaniel drew summer In England do not wlntet other than to pay his board in placos his pistol. Ho would not shoot, but north of Africa, but aa observer at where ho could not obtain money or Strang might.be mado to tell tho High Halden, credit. Ho became familiar to men Kent, England, baa retruth with death leveling Itsolf at his corded that ono roturncd on April 13 who frequent resorts late at night. He heart. He groped behind him, found to a nest it occupied last year. It was often Been sweeping out saloons, tha door, and slammed it shut. There was rccognUed by a ring that had doing errands, happy to ncqulro liquor. Disheveled, ragged, unkempt, would be no retroat for tho king! been placed on its' leg. To gain a he was almost unrecognizable. Now And the man who turned toward him better knowledge of bird habits, more ho la apparently near a pauper's nt the slamming of that door, turned than 2,000 Ilrltlsb birds were tost year grave. And be, alas! 1b but ono of tho slowly, coolly, and gazed Into the marked with Inscribed ai'.umlnum black inutile of his pistol looked, in- rings, and twice as many tcoro will many thousands who go tho Bauie career. Can rum havo a stronger ardeed, every Inch of him a king. Tho be similarly tagged this year. raignment? Christian Work and muscles of his face botrayod no surEvangelist. prise, no fear. His splendid nerve Canada Needs was unshaken, bis eyes unfaltering as According to Consul General Jones The War on Alcohol. they roso abovo the pistol to tho face The celebrated Italian writer and behind it. For fifteen acconda there at Winnipeg, Canada Is In grsat need Dr. Francesco Ferrari, was a strange terrlblo sllcnco as tho of rat traps. Farmers In tho grain eyes of tho two men met. In that belt are becoming anxtous over the writing In one of tho great Journals quarter of a minute Nathaniel knew Invasion of rodenta and ara willing of his country, says: "To fight a prejudice of any sort ts that ho had not guessed rightly. and able to pay a good price for a Strang waa not afraid. He would not trap that will comblno durability and always to givo good battle, but to fight a belief (e.g. the superstition as tell him where Marlon was. The In- - efilcleucy. to the value of wine) In the name of superablo courago of this man which humanity Is being poisoned by Captain I'lum and unconsciousLogical. finger fell upon the trigger of Oreen Purchaser (In au:omoblU tho wholesale, degenerated and given ly bis Ho almost ehriokvd the ware rooms) My friend sent me bar over to crime, la a work which should hla pistol. ho taken up by everyone with social words that ho meant to speak calmly: to got a rheumatic tire. For Clerk Ilheumatlc? You menn pneo spirit and love for his fellows. "Where Is Marlon?" this reason we believe that no war "Sho la safe, Captain Plum. She U rnatlc, don't you? Oreen Purchaser Perhaps It U should stir such noble energies and where the friends who are Invading gather about our flag so many serious us from the mainland will have no pneumatic. I thought It was called man as that on alcohoL" rheumatic because It'a swaUed, of finding her." . chance Tern-ptrantem-pcranknee-punce 1 o col-legRat-Tra- s. t, mad-dene- d Page Sevea STORY ERIALf CV 1 1855 Berea College Over 64 instructors, 1365 students from 27 itates. Largest college library in Kentucky. NO SALOONS, 1911 The Courage of FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS. Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of 1L Captain Plum Br JAMES OLIVER CURWOOO A (pedal teacher for each grade and for each main subject. So many classes that each student can be placed with other lilt himself, where he can make most rapid progress. Which Department Will You Enter? THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced. Same leotur library and general advantages as for more advanced students'. Aidthmetle and the common brandies taught In the right way. Drawing, Singing, Bible, Handwork, Lessons In Farm and Househol1 Management, eta I'm test Bsattrnuaa fcy Mafn BwMM-lterrll- l C . t QepjrlU iwa 3 Co.) SYNOPSIS. - ' Bivvy A m hooks. TRADE COURSES for any vffao have finished fifth grade (fraction and compound numbers), Brickwork, Farm Management, Printing, Woodwork, J gboon. landa eemtly on Dearer litand. tranghoM of tha Mormon. Obadlah Hcnwi councilor, confronte lUm, ! Irlli him ha li eiptctn, and for ttie ammunition aboard u aloon. lie ZilrxiN Nat Lr a mtfinn Mifi in o Vranklln l'Urce. prreldtnt of Nst km U frlshtenrd fac of a younc Jromen wtio dlaapprara In th darktM-ta- . C'T.,n.,.B dor '. I1," Wat's vlalt to tlvi liland U to Jvlore that demand of the kin. Btrenc. for lta loot-I- n or We eloep by Mormona. I'rtce ehow mr palare. and throuab n , mace. ula !i .Vz. la the kln- - Mv.nth wife. nolrlee CalRnr al tha alna'a otnco Nat la nnwl woman that Ma Ufa ta In dan kT a ger. Straus; prnfuea Indlcnatlon wlio fee near Nat'a rl.ano and prnmlen to punleli tha rylliy. Kat rncuu Null, who la bln publicly whlppid, and tha kln antra tha hurl IT, Arbor CrorJio, to pur. " kill tha two mn. I'lum fcarne Klrt of tha lllaea. la H".!. M"on. Metre atattr. The two ron plan to aacatxt taka Marlon and jn Nal'e aloop and of Arbor Wlnnecm, dausliUr Croohe. Bd sweetheart of Nail Nat dlecovm V.m Morion lilm It?! hla eblp haa f- - arlird by tella Mor(hat IWn tha mona. Kite bta him to laav tha Island, telling him that nothln can aava her wnnm ana la aoomtfl irem ry. I'luta flnda Price rating- mad. to marRrcov-erlnIia tlle Nat thai Rtnui i Wm..i that armed man ar dracandtnr on tha lmnl. Nat karna that Marlon haa bom vtunmnru te we caaue vy Hirang'. a u rjl ) jai Nursing, Dressmaking, Household Management "Learn and Earn." ACADEMY, REGULAR COURSE, 2 years, for those who sT larger finished common branches. Tho most practical aad Interesting stadias to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life. yosng saa CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that snay secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady tm Horns Seleses. ACAOEMY,( COMMERCIAL, 1 rear or 2 yoars to fit for business. Bras a part of this course, as fall and winter terms. Is very profitable. Small extra fees. ACADEMY, PREPARATORY, 2, S and 4 year courses, with Lata, Osr man, Algebra, History, Science, etc., fitting for college. COLLEGIATE, 4 years. Literary, Sclentlflo and Classical courses, with no of laboratories, scientific apparatus, and all modern saathods. The highest educational standards. NORMAL, 3 and courses fit for the profession of teaching. Mrs! e year, parallel to 8th grade Model Schools, enables on to get s certificate. Following years (winter and spring tonns) gtve tho tnformaUoa, culture and training necessary for a truo teachor, and cover branches necessary for State certificate, MUSIC, Singing (free), need Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory. Band, may be taken as an extra la connection with any course. Small extra first-claa- fees. nw, - r. Expenses. Regulations. Opening Dtys. Berea College is not a money-makinInstitution. All the xoooey received from students Is paid out for their benefit, and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year mors than he pays In. This great deficit is made up by the girts of Christian and patriotic people who aro supporting Ucrca In order that It may train young men and woaaaa g CHAPTER VIII. Continued. "I love Marlon," ihe breathed softly. would halp you I would holp her If 1 eould." For a moment her palo bcauUful face wa niled with a light that might hare shono from the face of an angel. "Don't you understand V aho continued, acarcolr aboro a whUper. "1 hate been Strans'a one great loe h) life until Marlon came Into hla heart I hare lost you have lost but mine la tho moro bitter because Marlon rorea you, and Strang" With a cry Nathaniel sprang to her aide. Tha candlo fell from hla hand, sputtered on tha floor, and left thom T for lives of usefulness. Tho woman' votco camo to him In a whlaper filled with tho swoctness of sympathy. "She aald so tonight In this room. Sho told tno that she lorcd you as ho never thought that she could love a man In this world. O, my God, Is that not a balm for your heart, If It la broken? And Strong my Strang haa forgotten his love for mo!" Nathaniel renched out hla arms. They found tho woman and for a time ho hold her hands In his, while a Krcnt alienee fell upon them. Ho could hear the sobbing of her breath and aa ber flngew tightened about hla own his heart seemed bursting with IU hatred of this man who called lilmsolf a prophet of (Jod; a hatred that burned furiously even as his bo- Ing throbbed with tho wild joys of tha worda ,he had Just heard. "Who70 la llarlon?" ho pleaded. "1 don't know," replied tho woman. They took her away alone. The otn ra liavu gono to the temple." "Co you think sho Is at tho tem ple?" he Inquired Insistently. "No. Ono of tho others came back a llttlo whllo ago. Sho aald that Ma rlon was not there." trem- In darkness. "Marlon Iotcs ml llarlon loves tnoV Tou say that OUR SCHOOL 18 LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students' corns frees the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those 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 the valuo of their labor. Except In winter It Is expected that all will have a chancs to earn a part of their penses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different pooplo. Borea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps nnd underclothing, umbrellas and overshoos, are necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost The College asks no rent for tho fino buildings In which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaulng, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, 1.35 a week lq the fall, and $1.50 In winter. For room, furnished, fuel, lights, wash, lng of bedding, 40 cents h week In fall and spring, 50 cents in winter. SCHOOL FEE8 are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, eta This Is paid but onco, and Is returned when tho student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school build. Ings. hospital library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or senlce ol teachers al) our Instruction Is a freo gift). Tho Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term, $C In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 fu Collo-gla- to courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental feo and room rent by tho 'era, board by the halt term. Installments aro as follows: Vocational Model Normal and Academy College School FALL Incidental Fee Room I Board, 7 weeks 2, 1910. . 0.00 5.00 9.45 $ 6.00 $ 7.00 G.0 9.45 $21.05 S.4B 6.i .4 Amount due Sept. 14, 1910 Board for 7 weeks, duo Nov. Total for term If paid In advance WINTER $20.05 9.45 $29.50 129.00 $22.0 S.4I $31.Cs $31.04 $30.50 $30.00 Incidental Fee Room Board, 6 weeks $.6.00 6.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $?B.50 $ COO 4.00 C.75 $ 6.00 6.00 9.00 $21.00 9.00 $30.00 f "Where la Strang?" This tlmo he felt the woman ble. 7.04 6.01 9.01 8ho drew her bands away from him. There was a strango quiver In her wboro la Strang?" Thero came no reply. "Tell do whoro Is her "I don't know." "Is ho at tho tomple?" "I don't know." Ho could hear her stifled breath; he could almost feel ber trembling, mi arm's reach nut there In tho dark ncss. What a woman was this whoso heart the Mormon king bad broken for a new lovel "Listen," he said gently. "I am going to find Marlon. I am going to take her away. Tomorrow you shall have Strang again If ho Is alive!" Thero was no answer and bo moved slowly back to the door. Ho closed It after him as he entered the ball. One In tho big room be pausod for a moment under the hanging lamp to examine hla pistol and tuon wont outside. Tho grovo In which (ho caatlo stood was absolutely deserted. So far as bo could see not even a guard watched over the property of the klug. Nathaniel had becomo too accustomed to tho surprises of Heaver Island to wonder at this. He could see by the lights flaring Mong the harbor that the castle waa In an Isolated position and cosy of attack. From what BUang'a wife bad told him and the svldsnces'of pnl Is the chambers of voice, "Yea "Strang" Amount due Jan. 4, 1911 Board for 6 weeks, die Feb. Total for term If paid In advanc SPRING 15, 1911. $22.04 9.01 $31.01 $30.51 $ 7.04 4.01 6.71 $17.71 6.71 $29.50 $ 6.00 Incidental Fee Room Board, 5 weeks . 4.00 6.75 $16.75 S.75 $15.75 Amount due March 29, 1911 6.75 Beard for 5 weeks, due May 3, 1941 . $23.5o $23.50 $24.51 Total for term S23.00 $23.00 $24.04 If paid In advance REFUNDING. Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows: (No al'owance for fraction of a week.) On board, refund In full. On room and "Special Expenses," there Is a large loss occasioned by vacant rooms or depicted classes, and the Institution will refund of the amount which the student has paid tot tho remaining only weeks of the terra. On Incidental Feo, students excused before tho middle of a term will rethe Incidental feo paid, which certificate will ceive- n cortlflcato for one-ha-lf be received as cash by Berea Collcgo on payment of term bills by the stir itnt In person, or a brother or sister. It presented within four terms). The first day of Fall term Is September 14) 1910. The first day ot Winter term Is January 4, 1911. The first day of Bprtng term Is March 23, 1911. For la formation or friendly advice, write to the Secretary. one-half WILL C. GAMBLE, BEREA, KENTUCKY.' Page Eight. Mok4KoitoKS'WoKoitoi(oitoi(oeioi(oioitoi(oitoiioitoitoi(oitoitoitoji THE CITIZEN. Mrs. J. T. Morris of Gray Hawk wore visiting tho latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Moore, Tuesday April , 13 1911. V. Owens, April 7th, a girl. Mr. and Mrs, Will Lowcn of Bo re a visited at W. A. Hammond's one day last week, Thoro baa boon 11 Sunday school organised at tho Hammond school houso'by W. (). Mulllns and James Hardin. Miss Itutli Payne has returned from visiting relatives near Paint Lick. Miss Mnttlo McQulrb Is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Taylor Abiioy, this week. Married, Mnr. 31st, Mr. G. D. Miller and Miss Olllo Spires, both of this placo. I , East, Kentucky Correspondence 0,. o o D night. John Dougherty of Island M News You Get Nowhere Else Bo O li comircrilcBrt pMlirt 3t Iot rjbHctloa, bit hit tlftfi In fall ty ttt writer. Ire tiirt City was In this vicinity on business tho pnst week. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Moorn wero visiting nt tho homo of W. M. Bullock, Saturday night and ti ta ctIIibci of f,ood Ulth. Wiltt pUloly, Sunday. ISAACS. ROYAL BAKING POWDER AkMmiy Pwm Makis Hint Baking Easy Isaacs, April If Fanners arc getand hardly needs nn Introduction. Ho ting badly behind with their plowtnc. Mrs. Martha L. ltoach has been will bo soon for tho noxt few weeks We arc authorised to announce the visiting Mrs. Sarah Davis this week. In Kstlll nnd Jackson Counties. A-- Mahaffey, of candidacy of Dr., J. A flno girl was born to Mr. and Mnj Sturtcon, Ky.,, for ,RepreaenUtlva of JACKSON COUNTY M. J. Davis, Mar. 28. Horn to Mrs. IIVIILKV the 71tt district, subject to the acSuslo McQueen, a flno girl. David tion of th Republican party. Hurley, April 8. There tins boon a York has purcahsed another workhigh tide In Indian Creek this week. horse. C. Copo Is sitting on tho Jury EDITORIAL. NOTE W. M. Uakcr and T. L. Morris of at McKeo this Circuit Court O. DaThe' two cufi' below ore Clay County visited at It. H. Andervis hnd a sprouting yesterday and of 'MrV Ja'riVes C. "Bowman end son's, Sunday night, They also at- got a flno lot of work done, G. W, Mr. ?Jed Mcllono. They aro Tho Cttl- at McKoc, Mon- Fields has purchased an Interest In tended Circuit Court f?t7ff I. day. Dan McColluin hnd a working, 1, L. Davis' steam mill. Mrs. Mary Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Gab-ba- K. Purkey has been visiting relatives t visited Mr. and Mrs. John Mc in this vicinity the past two weeks. Gab- Colluni, Friday night Charllo Whent crops aro looking fine ut bard, Dcnnle Johnson and Wllllo and present, Woody I'nrrctt is working Leonard Gabbard attended church at for F. Cornelius. Sand Gap, Sunday. W. M. Fowler A ft VI I.I. K of MeKee Is on the Livingston mall Annvlllc, April !(. Wo havo 'been louto now. Graves Gabbard visited having plenty of rain for the hut his sister, Mrs. Henry Cornelius, night. Nathan Gabbard week and tho farmers 11 re getttin; Wednesday behind with their work. Uorn to Mr. who went to Wyatt, Mo., some time mid .Mrs. Frank W. King, April 7th, ago was married, AJarch 25th, to the - JBamTBamTaaf lmBamTBamTt? ' BaVBaVMaMaVf IBBaYMMBaYB daughter of Phee Hlllard. They will a boy. Baby and mother aro doing well. Tho traveling men that have niako their future home In Missouri. WBawBawBabBBBawBawBawBawBaV WBsmfmBsV llBtmfBsmfBsmv May joy and happiness go with the been calling on the merchants and Mopping at John Mcdlock's this young couple. There will be preachl, ing services at Indian Creek, Satur- week were, U. S. Moyers, Charles Albert M. Moore, Mr. Cowen, K. day and Sunday. G. EverBole, J. Wilson. W. K. Qrath, PARROT Mr. Spanglo and Jack llawllngs, teleParrot, April 8. Tie raiting and phone man. L. T. Medlock from Mc"eaaBWBWBaBP owrunning is tho order of tho day, Kee is visiting home this Saturday ing to the recent tide. The farmers Mri Ji C. Bowman! aro all about dono sowing oats, and nd Sunday. There nru only three moro weeks of school hero. About fiO sen's authorized atrentsj Mr. Downian aro plowing for corn. Cattle and ho?s aro In attendance now. Mr. and Mrs. begins his worX this week- - and will In this vicinity aro higher than us- DoYoung from Gray Hawk were visitdevote his tlmo exclusively to Owsley ual, Corn Is selling at 75 cents per ing Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Worthlng- County for at least a month. We trunt bushel. Miss Minnie Price attended ton two days this week. Died, at his that allr our S friends wljl accord Court at McKee, Monday and Tues- home, near here, Apr. 6, Ellas Trultt. him a hcariywclcomo. Hi. "McIIonn day. The fruit crop In tills part has He was burled at Green Hill. April Is well, known to The, Cltlicn family been damaged a great deal, especial- "th. He leaves a'wifo and four chilly tho peaches. George Price who -- " dren to mourn his death. J. Johnshas been at Stanford for several ton of Welchburg lias been very sick homo again. The Ilev. weeks Is at with a carbunclo on his neck. He John Blackburn will preach at Let ter Box tho third Friday night in this has been unable to leave his room 'or the last two weeks. L. C. Little month. John Couch lost a fine ni from McKeo passed thru Annvllle, lost week. The mall carrier Sunday. failed, three days this week, to make ('A II I CO his appearance at tho Purrot post-oflCarico, April S. There has been on account of high water. JSiH a largo tide In Laurel Fork this week TTNEK Tyner, April 4. Tho continued rainy weather is causing the farmers to get behind with their spring work. YES, ln )fr home in clejn jei ihrd, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gibson are An' tln ver tarn in ev'ry pan; But bruh the cobwebi from jtr hrid, tne proud parents of a girl baby. An' meep the moubinki from jrr hrarr. They have christened her. Anna Mil Yc, w'tn iprlng cltinin coinn aroun', dred. J. H. Jones has sold his bloodBring forth the duitrr an' the broom. ed stallion, Preston, for Jtr.O. Several But rake jer fogy notion! down, l.oys of this lcinlty aro going into An' iwcep jrr duity kkJ of lonm, Sam Wnlttr the corn raising contest this year. Aunt America Tincher will move, Saturday, to Devil's Den Branch, to tho property known as tho Vicars nnd quite a number of tie rafts am place. Milk cows aro higher than being run to market. John Couch they have ever been before In this lost a flno cow the other day. Orhin county. They are selling as high as Smith 'and S. It. lloberts made it $6750. W. It. Reynolds has purchas- business trip to Livingston hist Tuesed another flno two year old Jack day and got water bound. Horn to for which ho payed $t;0. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sumers, a fln-- j r,f .fytr. fed McHone boy. W. Colo mado a business trip to McKeo, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Summers ore the proud parents of a boy. Adam Price nnd daughter attended court at McKee, Monday. EMIs Fabus recently cut off his thumb hacking tics. a.OOO ties havo lieen run on tho last tide, breaking Do nil previous records of llo running. FOR REPRESENTATIVE pic-tur- OHOHOOllOKOHOHOHOHOHOHOlOHOoJoiOHOJtOltOJOOjOHOHOIOltOH GARRARD COUNTY I'AINT I.ICK. Bailie of Hlchmond, was visiting relatives hens Inst week. Mrs, Mary Ctiilnn nnd two children have bevn visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Dan Hotklns. for the nt two weeks. The two children of Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Soper wero very sick last week. Mr. Dodlo Day has moved to Indiana to mnko his home. Sidney Mnhaffey has moved Into tho property recently vacated by Mr. Da. O.-- Mlsa Paint Lick, April Hotklns 3aHK rd SAVES FLOUR BUTTER EGGS And makes the cake lighter, BABY CH1CKS:-Bar- rcd Plymouth P.ocks, $8.00 per 100. Eggs for batching 50 cents per 15. Mrs. J. B. Wallace, Wallsceton, Ky. ilk-co- m P4&bM You. Know How To Test the Value of Clothes When You Buy? Of. course, eventually you will know the value of any But clothes purchased through the service that they give. . that . Is poor protection. your own Interests you should be able to Style determine the actual value at the time you purchase. The real worlh the real is a'ppareht and 'easily chosen. ability of a garment to retain Its style, however, is dependent The under strucupon features not apparent at a glance. ture of Canvass, hair cloth, shoulder pad and sleeve head, together with a skillful uniting ef the fabric Itself is what determines the permanency and style. To guard Treie and the garment yet temporarily features can be flljMtd thus cheapened, look the same If you aro thinking of coiulnj. or want to know why you should comd to California, wrlto to mo, aad I shall take delight In telling you why, and giving you any Information you Ryml Cook BookSSi RtctipUFne. may desire. I am a Kcntucktaa and ScniNmme mmj AUnou take a special Interest In Kentucky woAi tuning rowon ca, new vowtc people. I have been In California ten years, on tho farm and thoroughly understand the soil and conditions. vfsltcd the latter's parents from last both families havo moved. Fred If you'thlnk of coming to California Thursday until Sunday. Shock ley visited J. W. Sunday drop rae a lino, evening. The Itev. John Bruwer is Yours truly, 11. L. Bishop, MADISON COUNTY (julto 111. It. T. Abncy attended Klngsburg, Frenso County, CaL KI.NOSTON Kingston, April 7. Susan Yates thurch here, Sunday. The Hcv. Jas. spent Thursday night with Mabel Lunsford.of Dreyfus will preach at ond Leila Flanery. Leo l'ettrs Is in this place tho fifth Saturday night Jackson County on business. A. I'. nnd Sunday of this month. EverySettle has returned from Lexington body come out and hear him. Miss l'earl McCluro visited Mrs. John Dawhere he has been on business. vis, Sunday. T. J, Lake has sold Lewis Saiidllu is slowly Improving. bis farm In Jackson County and Is Mrs. Maud Settle from Lexington spent Saturday and Sunday with her living on Scaffold Cane. We uro very parents. I. A. Bowman has moved sorry to hear of the death of th? into his new dwelling. Wm. Murray ttev. M. K. Fasco. Tho Misses Iva of Clay County Is visiting his cousins. and Maggio Anderson visited tho Arch nnd Jim Murray. Chas. Powell Misses Lake recently. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY was In Bcrea, Wednesday, on business. OOOCHLAXD Chester Tarks has purchased a lot In Berea and will booh build a store Goochland, April 7. Elder A. l bouso nnd go Into business. Mrs. El- Griffith prcuched a few Interesting la Moody sKnt .Monday with Mrs. sermons at Goochland and Climax Ella Azblll. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sheridan last week. The Odd Fellows of Bowman and Mr. and Mrs. Itobort (toochland are planning to hne a Bowmnn spent Sunduy with their grand rally and freo dinner for nil parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. 1. A. Bowman. on April SC. Tho Mt. Vernon Band Willie Mundy made a business trip will niako music for tlvem on that to Berea, Thursday. There will bo day. Kwrybody Is Invited. Tulmngu a pie KiipiKT nt the .Masonic Hall, Phillips who was married to Ethel This Particular Braid Saturday night, April 13. Mrs. Alex .'nckson last week, und It. 11. PhilI'arrlsh of Hlchmond Is visiting her lips who was married to Olllo Peters Fw Particular Dressers parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Brack Mnupln. of this place are spending their hon'y. moon In Goochland. Elsa Lunsford SII.VKK CftKKK While k m true that fine clothes do not make fiae Sliver Creek, April lo. Jack FroH writes from Dreyfus that she Is well has done considerable damage to the Mttlsfled at that place. John Witt men, the welWrewed man Hnd wife visited at Goochland, Saturwill always command" attea fmo orchards In this section Mr. und day and Sunday James Slagel of Mrs. Ambroso McHone visited their bon. When you buy daughter, Mrs. Tjm Barrett of Harts. Horso Lick Iiuh moved to Mrs. Sis. Sunday, Tho Misses Iva nnd Mag- Parker's from west of here. Little "Shield gie Anderson visited tho Lake girls Fnnnlo Sparks Is visiting her sister, Allle, at Goochland this week. at Harts, Sunduy. Miss Nora Harris Mrs. Clothing Salllo A. Hampton has purchas-i- d has entered tho Spring term of school a flno saddle mare for $100 from you we certain to get a corat Berea. Undo Will Louis Is nblo or Disputanta. J. F. rect fit, and plenty quality in to be out agnln after a long and Itubln Swlnford Hampton has returned from HlchPrices are every garment. hovere Illness. Several of this placo mond, whero ho has been to see the within reach of" IL attended church at Bear Knob, Sun-an- Mrs. Gibson, llo is much improved. A. B. Eversolo and W. B. Lake jll.HTHE LOWEST J. W. Johnson who has been sick Is Kdward Hurley of laurel County have been delivering pictures and Ir. visiting relatives In tills vlclullv improving rapidly. J. B. Itlchnrdson $2f.MTH HIGHEST frames In tLls this week. Tho wet weather has de- who went to section. Sam Kelluy and family of Big Hill visited nt Lexington with tho tho homo of J. C. Phillips, Sunday, Give us a trial and be layed tho farmers considerably with determination of Joining tho U. S. convinced. ItlSI'tlTANTA their farming. In splto of tho cold Navy, returned saying, 'There Is no Disputanta, April 8. The child of and frost there aro some peaclfVs placo like home," For Sale by James Croutcher which bus been very left. IIAKTS sick Is some better. Mis. Georiso riuvurr R. Engle (tb Son TI,.. ....,.!.. llnrtu A.irll Puyno visited her mother, .Mrs. W. I'rlvett, Apr. h. Court Is In sesBerea, Kentucky i.m...i. A. Hammond, Saturday night. Bom sion at McKee this week and several In IT wan hnlil nt tlm lln.ilwt Indictments are being made. Mrs. Sunday. Joo Wilson hns exchanged to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Swlnford, Apr, TkU Mark ( QuKtr U a rn Maggard Is not Improving any. Buck mi ma mm luni uujio 01 tierea mi 4th, a boy. Horn to .Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. CMtctJkr, Metcalf sold a cow und calf to W. It. Knglo for it!7.50. James Metcalf Is attending court at .McKeo this week FOR us witness In tho murder case of Sparks. Claud Mcintosh Is ery Tombstones and Corner Posts for lots call upon III with pneumonia. Arch Peters sold I Have No Agents a mule to A. Peters for 1130. Mar nor Partners ried on tho UOth of March, Mr. Boyd Farmer to Miss KtUo Anderson.-The- re tore sightly, aatl Insures Its freedom from alam. liner flavored, CAUFORNlF Aa-Ml- awBiaBBaBBBsan Brand" y. 1 J. 11 III-le- FINE MONUMENTS S. McGuire, Berea, Ky. while new. But " time will tell." With these Goldman-Bcckma- n clothes we welcome your examination of this Inner structure at the time you purchase them. . iJC A of quality of value and of service. Newest Spring awaiting styles arc your call was u Inrgo tldo in Sturgeon Creek labt week and tho Cooperage Company are getting their staves run. .Mrs. Kmina York sjtent lai--t week with home folks In Owsley County. Miss Lucy Bowles visited friends and relutlves In Owshy County last week. Tho Kov. .Mr. and wife of Gray Hawk left last Monday to visit their home folks In Illinois and Michigan. A. I'oters of Boonevlllo visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Peters, laut week. tiRKKN Hanna's Green Seal "The one-thi-rd Made-to-We- ar Paint" two-thir- If you expect to do any painting, yon are interested you should be in the quality of the paint to be used. material In any given job of painting, labor represent practically the cott. It stands to reason that with so much expense in labor, IIAIX. MUs .1 t t to C& SOLD BY J R. .P ENGLE, SON nH Bcrea, Kentucky lu.-.April Dora Wilson was married to Mr. Kdwurd .Strong, April Otli. We wUh them much happiness and succesi. A fine Slrl was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. MIntcr a fow days ago. There has been a largo tldo in Big Sturgeon re cently and several went from hero lo float staves. Thosu that have returned report a successful drive. Owing lo tho wet weather fanners are gettlm; bohlnd with their work. Jus. Hubsvll from Virginia Is here visiting relatives. air, and Mrs. George Kouch Creonhall, of the paiat ta all important U sought? the enduring quality Why have the painting done unless the protection and durab'Jity of the Job How it one to determine the true value and obtsin paint that maybe depended upon for durability? HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. Thi. paiat ha the printed formula on every package. rest The makers have confidence and take pride in the quality and tell the public the composition of the paint IS THIS OF ANY VALUE TO YOU ? IT OUGHT TO BE. SALS bv , WILLIAM ISAACS, Berea, Ky.