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FAULKNER, rfi-offlr- Manager Kxlnrd nt IV nl linen, Ay, nt tcokI clnu mnit matter. t De-vote- d THE CITIZEN tlie Interests to - Knowledge knowledge i newspaper. li power and the way,to keep up with modern to read a good of tlie EoioiiteLirL 1911 People Ono Dollar a year. No. 44 Vol. XII. Fivo emit (i a copy. DRRTJA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, APRIL 27, You like a Suit that "hangs" well So docs any man; but that quality in Clothes that we call the "hang" is a matter of good THE THREE R'S For years, perhaps even for centuries, the rule of lliree or the three 1V, expressed the thought of tlio world an to the educational needs of the common pooplo Heading, 'Kiting and 'Itithmetic. Tho form the words took, producing tho nil iteration wan not purposed n ud in its crudouess well indicates, tho Jalltiro of it 8) stein ot education no limited. Tho thought back of tho system seems to have lieen that Heading wan an end in itself and not n means to an end; and so of writing and Arithmetic. They were necessary for tho luwjer and tho doctor- hardly for the preacher but never for tho farmer nor housewife. To these they were chiefly ornamental. In tho days of these traditional It's much wan heard of the "learned professions," and farming was not one of them; neither wan carpentry, nor bricklaying, nor sowing, nor cooking. Those that followed theso pursuits learned their trades out of school aud with-ou- t technical lunching. Often they learned thus to do many things well, but seldom in the best, the most skillful, the quickest or easiest way. The schools did not teach the thingn that most people tieed most to know that most people have to do all their lives. The more schooling, the further away from these things the less Inclination to do them. A father was heard to sny a few years ago, "I don't wnut my I am going to make carpenters out of them." boys to go to school Another had the same idea about his girls. "They don't need an education. If they should go to school they would soon be too good for the kitchen. They would h the Indies and their mother would have to unit on them." These fathers were right. They were not able to Kay what the school xlmiild ill), but they were effectively protesting ngainr-- the thing it if it did anything the iilieniition of the child from the work of the home and the farm. And the indifference to the public schools on the part of so many today is another way of making the same protest the schools are not teaching the children to be what most peophyliave to be. They are not teaching to do the things most people hayo and ought to do. No lunger ago than yesterday we were told by a distinguished visitor to L'ereu that the backwardness of the people in the mountains of the south is due not so much to the Irani of hcIumU as to the kind of teaching in the schools - the making of education an end in itself the fact that the pchools do not send the hoy- back to the home with a knowledge that will get more grain or hay from the acre and at the same time make the soil better, mure milk and butler from the eow and meat and lard from the hog with less feed the fact that the schools are still pitched to the tune of the traditional three It's. And we agreed. The fact is, the thought wan not at all new. A number of years ago we began to insist upon it. All our teaching needs to be in terms of the everj day life of the home at first, and if any individual is best fitted for something else, he ran get training for that later. Hut there wan one thing that was new. Our visitor has substitutes for the traditional H's- - They are Million, liniment, and llmuurct n. Our teaching must be in terms of these. And to tbiswe agree also. That is, using the key word of the conference of education in tho South, held in Jacksonville, Florida, from which wo have just returned, we must have educational rritinrtioit our teaching must be practical. And Uerea is up with the times - witness her vocational schools, her industrial features and their increasing popularity. t Berea Bank & Trust Co. The strength of any bank, State or or National, depends upon its stockholders and directors. DIRECTORS OF THE BEREA BANK (S. TRUST CO. A. Isaacs P. Cornelius W. M. Hayes J. W. Stephens W. H. Clark E. F. Coyle A. H. Williams R. H. Chrisman John. F. Dean J. K. Baker . tailoring, good designing and the right material Isaacs, President OFFICERS J. W. Stephens, F. Dean, Cashier John Vice-Preside- nt Hart, Schaffner Marx Clothes have it, and it's enough in itself, without the rest to make them worth the price. This Dink was examined by the State Btnk Examiner April 21, 1911. ((, LET US SHOW YOU WHAT IT MEANS R. R. Coyle NEWS OF THE WEEK World' Agricultural Congress-Di- eferences between France and Spain Parliament-Co- ils Tightening Reciprocity Panes on Lorimer House Wise Move on part of House Democrats Diplomatic Changes- Dynamiters Arrested Peace Promised in Mexico. -- AGRICULTURAL A world' ht CONGRESS agricultural congiess will j meet Id Home, Italy, curly In Mur. Forty-eigstates will be represented, our own country sending six delegatus. The heud of tho American delegation ure Victor Olmsteud of the United Slates Department of Agriculture and tho director of the census, Tho congress will be Mr. Durand. Great Audience Greets the Great Commoner in the College Chapel In session aliout a week, and through KlUhlllg (O Wit! CeshHUOIl UI UOSllll- Ita discussions the udvuiue niudo In Wednesday Morning. His Subject: The Prince of Peace. ties. tho science of agriculture In nue HOUSE MEANS BUSINESS country will Im made known to the Tho lion. W. J. llryan, traveling hymn and prayer preceded tho I. ..I... I'll.. , ,hl, ,., ..rii.s V ductton of tho sieaker. Hut the tho conference ucllng as a other, ed and out of tho way, It is now- - an was hospitable to other than I.M. U. A., readied uerca annul l a. m kind of clenriiiK house. iiounced that the Democrats In the to the serious thoughts us an Wednesday. is Ho was Ifmitu, will tnki, llti tlin mult,., if President's House whero takenslept and likely to bo when It Is audience to WAR MAY MKAN wailing ho beTho first movement revision. tariff Serious dlfferenccii liuvo arisen rested till a few minutes before eight hear a speaker as fond ot n Joke and French and Spanish will Is to put upon the free list niany o'clock when he was conducted to Ha quick to make nso ot one ns Mr. tween the Governments, due to tho Mtuatluu In maniifactiired article. of which farmo IJrynn Is reputed to be. So when the House of Dean and Mrs. Northern Africa. There Is a serious ers are tho chief users and consumers. where ho had breakfast. Other President Frost announced the Hymn, revolt against tho Turkish Govoia-mc- As thi! Democrats have a largo major- guests' at breakfast were Dr. and "Joy to tho world, the Lord has ity there Is no doubt but that other In Morocco, aud the differences Mrs. Frost and Prof, and Mrs. Marsh, come," there was at first a titter, botween France aud Spain are duo measures will bo passed In tho llou Prof, nnd Mrs. Dlnsmore were onco then a wave ot laughter in which to a disagreement as to methods of ,nly, or course, to Ik' ejected In tho residents of Lincoln, Neb., Mr. Bry- Loth tho president und the s)oak"!r their Interests in tho din- - Senate. was had to Join, and then tumultuous apan's home nnd Mr. Dlnsmore CIIANOKS IN DIPLOMATIC uffecUnl country. Supt. of a Sunday School that Mr. plause, Mr. Bryan has been called CIKCUOS Ilryuu's son attended. The bond of most everything else, but he had to WAR ON TIIK VKl'O I'OWKH Henry S. Iloutell, United States battle In tho Minister to Portugal, has been ap- Interest was further strengthened by comu to Berea to get the title of Tho long diawu-ou- t House of Commons against tho excr-cls- o pointed to Switzerland by President the fact that Prof, und Mrs. Marsh "Lord" oven by Insinuation. of tho veto power ot the llousa Taft. The present minister to Switzer- wei-- for a number of years residents The address was one ot more than of Lords la now on In earnest, ordinary Interest to u Herea audience, land, Mr, I.. S. Swensou, being trans- of Nebraska. donate, on tho second clause of tho ferred to Norway. Mr. Kdwln W. Mor-ra- n Tho lecture won scheduled for 10 and ono calculated to do much good boih LIU wan beguii last weuU and at present representing our o'clock, nnd shortly after nlno the to ninny who are troubled with doubts louses an on tho lookout for Cuverument In Paiuguay and Uru- crowds began to assemblo. A good as to tho reality of the Christian audience, tho It was not as largo as that each line guay Is to go to Portugal. it is exs-ctei- l Tho avowed purpose of tho was expected, greeted tho speaker speaker Is to accomplish Just that ot the measure will be discussed at CONSERVATION CJOICS ON whose nddrcsg on the subject, "The thing. length. It seems to Is) conceded, Four now water owor-slt- o withhowever, that the Couiuioiih will ulti- drawals, eiubracllig 7,51'J acres, were l'rlnco of Pence," lnsted for nearly great man Bryan Is Mr. a mately win. mado during tho mouth of March as two hours. greatest' Ameriono of tlio a result of tho field .Mr. Uryan's subject being a sericans, and his lutergrlty and K V I DKNCI-ACC U.U U l.ATI Nl! ous one and his mission to nld the beating before the American peoplo oooiogle.nl bur-.'u uniicu Tho Helm Investigating Coinnillteo ' 1.100.671 urres Bowcause of Christianity as represented In his unusual career have been tho llllonls I'glslaturo is unearth- - vy- A ,olnl by tho Y. M. C. A., tho usual Chapel such as to innke. him an inspiring ing new pionfs of fraud In tho elec- - jK,ml wW'druwn for power purposes, rr? tlon of lorimer to the United States Former Senator Hopkins Sunatc. testifies that a Legislator told him that ho was offered two thousand oto flvo hundred dollars for his and unother witness sueais that the fecrotary of tho lllnos Lumber Com- to tlio j pany, who Is a biother-ln-luj view, (if course, to (May and the flail defeat of the mcnusurc. ALLEGED DYNAMITERS On mik two of The Citizen will bo rilllI11, ,llr j,,,,,,, acrount of the. a tmtnlwr of persons alleg--I- n arr08t , , ,mvu ,.,, u.mlt.ril ln w.r,.H of ,iynmlto outrages extend- K from jlaJ.( i;(0(j( to April 5, 1911. 'I he chief of these outrages was the Angeles Times destruction of the lluildliiK with a Ion ot 21 Uvea last October. Tho men arrested are high up In labor union circles und thoir prosecution promises to Is most spe.- t.icular, and If they uro convicted, unionism will receive, n serious shoo.. NOW IT IS PEACE The reports from the war zone In .Mexico vary with tho breezes. One week It Is war, the next It is peuce. This week we have as.suraiKes that an armlhtlce has been agreed lon la I MR. BRYAN IN BEREA ,,,, c,, iwiii:.ui) Dlns-mor- nt example to tho youth ot the land. Indeed he must liavo much of the credIN OUR OWN STATE it along with Mr. Roosevelt and some others for the better trend of Ride Home Good political llfo of tho last few years. Wanted a free Roads Association Formed LexAfter the uddress Mr. Bryan's vis-I- t Wets Lose ington In Lime-ligwas further mado memorable by Out in Two Countries. the planting of two trees prepared for tho purpose In front of the PresiPLAYlNd McNARMA'S GAME dent's house. President Frost In anLast week wo told of the arrest of nouncing this feature of the Jake Noble In Arkansas; now It turns that he hoped the distinguish- out that tho man arrested Is Albeit ed visitor would be permitted to re- Barnett who happens to bo a Breaththo itt County man, who, finding himand witness turn frequently Crowth of the trees ot his planting. self penniless und somewhat homeMr. Bryan's stay was brought to sick for the land of his fathers, u close by a banquet at tho PresiMcNamara's method of getdent's house nt which about thirty ting a trip lioiuc. It Is reported that guests were seated a few visitors he will not be brought back and from a dlstanco and prominent citiz- tried for Noble's crime but that he ens and workers tn Berea. The ta- - will cot tho ride humo tn lx tried blea were arranged in the largo recep- , a perjury charge. tlon room which was beautifully de- B UTTER ROADS corated prophesying eloquently of the Delegates from ten count lea mot coming spring- time. The time was short, too short to admit of full Jus- In MIddlesboro last Thursday and pertice to the various courses, but It fected an organization known as the was an occasion not to be for- Southeastern Kentucky Good Roads gotten Tho Association plans by thosu present, for Association. they enjoyed both tho repast and tho to urge tho flscul courts of tho varopportunity afforded coining ious counties to make appropriations of more closely In contact with for better roads, it nlso will work to secure an appropriation from Contho personality of "the great The conversation around gress to build what Is to bo call-itho tables drifted to politics, and the Wilderness Boulevard to run froi tho banqueters were favored with a Big Stono Cap, Virginia, to Boones- number of examples of the remark- boro, Kentucky, thus connecting the able political Insight of thelrRue3t mountains and the and enjoyed his ready stories and LEXINGTON NOT JACKSON sallies of wit nnd repartee. Patrick J. Moouey, member of the At the conclusion of the feast Dr. Lpxtnirtnii (Mtv Pnutipll ntwt itrm.rln. Frost accompanied .Mr. Bryan between tor of the Ltland Uo(el was thot md the lines of the young lady btudents Instantly killed In the lobby of tho extending from tho steps to the street. UoteI ,ly Tlomns UolaUi a Lexington mey (uus. uit-ip.aces in a horsemnii, last Friday night. wu, The carriage. Led by tho band and the cftus() for t,le 810otl.m seems to have young men of the College, and fol- - Uvn a ov,.r UolaI1.8 ho lowed by many of the citizens, the tt, j, procession took its way to the staDRYS W1N tion, tho Y. M. C. A. program uav- 1,1 ,ho locul 0,11,011 held in Ing both Richmond and Winchester and Harrison County. TUes- , Cyiithlaita on his schedule for tho day. drjrB The state committee of the Asso- - ' bf ",u c" V elation Is to bo congratulated for its , ' In securing so able a ropre- virion. suntatlvo of Its causo us well as tor SR. Its able management of Mr. Brynn's TUBERCULOSIS SUNDAY tour, nnd the citizens of Berea owe a A Sermon or Lecture Outline on debt ot gratitude to Mr. Gambia and the local organization for the treat Tuberculosis was Bent by tho State they were instrumental ln giving to Association to over 200 ministers in Kentucky und it is believed that the school and the town. d ." blue-grasr ' ccnt,.... e'eln ZJ""!, w, 2.'0,0o0 "V' In surf-rise- s, : s l of - Invention of the Clar net. u,8cusa thu GmU Wultt. ur btato The clarinet, or clar onet, s sup- , "re week pre-b- y BO,mo posed to have been Invented In 1690 ' " ue "', ('di"K or following April SOtli. which Joseph Christopher Denner. at beon designated as National Nuremberg, though some authorities has trace Its existence to medieval times. "Tuberculosis Day." Since Its Invention It has undergone many changes and improvements, and FEATURES THIS WEEK the modern clarinet, from the extent, quality and variety of Its tone. Is one U'e have hud some letters commend-''In- g of the most perect of wind Instru a feature which wo frequently men Is. give News of Yesterday, and asking that It bo repeated us often as possible. Wo nro glad to call atI practically communicants I ' head of tho Company, Ldwurd I linen, j said, to him, "There was n Jack pot raised to elect Mr. Uiriiuer. 1 know what I am talking about. 1 uubscrlb- k1 ton thousand dollars to t myself." RECIPROCITY PASSES HOUSE Tlio reciprocity measure Utweeu the United Stutes und Cauadu, to enact which thu present session of Con- gress was called, passed tho House BUGGIES tention to tho articles under this head on page 2 of this Issue. Wo think ulso that our readers will be Interested In thu population table of Kentucky cities which wu also publish on pugo 3. On page 6, besides tho usual Installment of the continued story, will be found two columns interesting to furmors und the usuul one column , last Saturday without amendment. Tho vote was 265 to bit. Tun Democrats voted against tho bill while the majority ot tho Republicans were oposed to it; to ha exact, G7 Republicans voted in favor ot tho meaBiire and 78 opposed it. It Is now thought It is gaining ground in tho Senate, and the prediction is that It will carry by 67 to 35. An effort will be mado to amend it with a How about a genuine leather .upholstered with full leather top for $60.00 We guarantee every spoke, axle, spring and wheel, and give you any guarantee that any other buggy sold in Madison county will give you. sermon. Page 2 is given up to the news while page 7 has tho Sunday School lesson, Homo Town Helps und two columns devoted to poultry raising, Wo are glad to be able to insert j tHu Sth of our Homo Course in Health urtlcles Exercise in the Home. It was our Intention to run theso articles on successive weeks, but the want of space has forced ue to frequently put them aside. Look for the bargains lu our ads. and do not forget to note tho character and quality ot the stores advertising with us. Help The Cltiten and yourself by patroulziug them. WELCH'S and "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE" I Page Two THE CITIZEN April 27, 1911 NEW COURTHOUSE. Bracken County to Vcte on Bond ttui ? Richmond. The funeral of Thos. 5 to Build Structure. Hurley and William Dcvoro, Jr., ? BanM Are Generally In Shape to C wro held hem. Coincidence In AnCustn.- - The Hracken fiscal courl Ky. Fubltnhftl every Thumilajr at Finance Industry When It & has authorized a voto to ho taken on connection with their live and Ever Gets Started. O were that they wore born ? the question of whether or not bond BEREA PUBLISHING CO. to the amount of $15,000 should he Bankers of Group Six in Third V the mmo - day, were chunm, so- (Incorporated) Detectives Claim Capture of Now Yrk. It. G. Ihrn ft Co.' veel-lleotcd th- came occupation, were Issued for tho purpose of building i. P. Faulkner, Edltc? and Manager. review of tmd taM about Iho name build, mid died nl- - S n new courthouse nnd county olllcc Annual Session Los Angeles Wreckers cosJilnurH to more nkiwiy, UnitiM! 'J nirt at the sum tlmo, tho tunic at Hrooksvllle, tin? county seat. Subscription Rates day, from the ramo cause and in ? lu volume, llMWgh large, bdi mticn At tho April, 1910, sessliin 10 centl PAYABLE in advance. PRACTICAL PROGRAM PRESENTED belt.v prluoit capadty and dlnpfcij ? same manner. s was set asldo nut of tho levy to be ...11.0(1 One ymr , MEN HIGH IN ORGANIZED LABOR lm; Jnck of interim awl .for, Tlie fit Months W Tho fmienali" wore conducted utilized as a fund to build a court 33 Throa II out hi acvtumiUtlng deiMlt nnd pjxtvco of alwut two hour nart in order house. This sum amounted to $1,200 Other Groups Will Meet In the Near ? that, tho lodge of iAwcmuitlw Kn- one of rho rwrultn ; tho Uink a action was last year, and tho Bnnd motiey by or Kxprcsi Future Kentucky Bankers' Assotint trade reou-skmMoney Order, Draft, trlstoml letter, or glneersi could attend both. 5 taken ut this term, as well an ordering Admission Made by One of Them Said tb gem-ri- l one an1 two cent stomps. Sf Store of tmiKirt Htrengtli lo tho lxinkj njul v!H to Amount to Confession ciation Will Listen to Prom:: ? if a vote taken. At tlio same time The ihito ofter your name on label Exp'oslves Found In Ohio Account enable Ihetn ftirirely lt flnnnco the inent Speakers and Fishows to what ilato ymir mUincriptlon l voto will bo taken r.n Issuing bond paid. If 11 not dtuuurral wttliln Uuve whtti movement of Book Found and Will be Used as forw-ftrBOAT CAPSIZED; BOY DROWNED. to the amount of $23,000 for turnpike nanciers. weeKs after renewal notify us. in pig iron la . Evidence. It tvM In- - DiilliMn Miming number will be eliully mippHoi repairs. Tho old eourthouso at Hrooks4f we notlflod. becouvo more roiKmwnl and tuwhic-tlo- n vlllo ban been condemned as belnp Walton. Secretary Areh II. Dals, Went Over the Dam Companion Fine premium cbmp, with Twit Indiana-pollsTho men alhgcl to i on reilneel fc.xK with 3rvi prompt ronuwnls. Hcnd for of the Kentucky Hankers' association, by Locktender Woods. and unsafe. premium list. Aneleei bo rowponclhUi for tlio I ltttn t. 1nir. mry rJixmt 70 gavo out tlio program for Uio third anLiberal terms (riven to any one who obTlttiea dynamltitn; r.ttr.ige, with lla per cent of the funuco ta;uity actlw Hlch Hridirp. Josnm Otis. 1G, of tain now subscriptions for us. Any one imal meeting of (Iroiip Sl to bo held SON HELD FOR MURDER. ending us four yoarly subscriptions can at Walton, Thursday, May 11: huinan toll of 21 11j, are umkir arDry Goods. Cincinnati, was drowned, and reoHvo The Citizen frro for blmeolf for Hoover. 10, who in the Boy ot 18 Twice Arretted on Charge rest In Chicago atid IwUinaimlls after In tlvo dry ge(ls market Uuxo Iim one year. The Program. Advertising ratea on icppUcarkm. months of activity by detective. The been no ojrH'Ul liaclovnnl mnvtneir of Killing Father. 10:30 a. m. Call to order Prwddent samo city, had a narrow recap. from a men ore; Ik Hovo Ute boi-towatery grove when n "John boat" In uik! whim' C. 11. 1'e, Jr. MBMnnn or John J. McNamara, of ImlianaiKilK liH licen loiieiKl tin prltx for Thompson Thoiuiwon secretary Providence. Invocation Kev. W. W. Kvons, Pres which they wero riding went over a of tho dam and oapsUed at Ixxk No. 7 In the IS, was arrested for the 'eond time cotton giHKlrt and otlrtr fltuti. byterian church, Walton. of llrtlge, Stmcttcal and Orna Improvement lr Footwear. of hi Tomlnn, Kentucky river. charged with the willful murder Address of Welcome J. C. workort1, one of Uve mettt "Huek" Wood., lottctcndvr, saw the father, Henry Thompson, whom? lod) licntal Iron Walton. Gradual Improvemeot 1a noted it, Icrjlcns In tho Hnltetl boys when they went over tlio dam was found In a ravine near here the !roin.lnent lahor mamrfoc-hirer- s fixitw-nResponse C. H. Ford, New England l and he set out to rescue them. 1 lu day after Christmas. Tbomisson wa States. He Is charged with wmllng National bank, Cincinnati. a dlgtiOy larger ar his brother to Ixw Angeles to dti-o"Stnte Hank Examinations and the succeeded In getting hold of Hoover, nrrested at tho high pchool, asked tc rlvo Ttmej bttikllirg, with furnWiins volume of order ami a mtlsfaotnry but Otis' liody novel1 came to the sur- Ihj taken to his horn- -, where ho kksso-KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION. HesiHinslblllty of Directors." N. K. the money and planning this and oth fall mid winter s 1um1ikv4 Is njitlcivxtil. vice president Iloouo County De- face. are very quiet, wltii All hide marki-.his mother and two fclsters gooitby and er outrages. young lut-ii To teach tho iiu except was taken to Dixon, where ho vat tannirs tiot Is qulto posit bank, Hurllngton. Cincinnati, donw-i!tiJonnM W. McNamam, of swim Chicago educators think DISPATCHING BY PHONE. e placed in Jail. Ho was rcfi.ed bond alias J. H. Hryee, alias Frank SulHum, for tMich ravill Ktwl Ioj as will Address "Hanks and Laws," Ken as Important aa teaching It to shoot. nedy , attorney Helm, Louisville-Following the finding of Uve o.ldei a brother of John J anl a mennlMir if of tho for Iminc.llate preswliu; wantik Telegraph Supersedes Over Section of Kentucky Hankers' association. Thomson's body the son was arrest tlio Iron WoTkors' miloji. It h ohargM leather omtimun slow, but same Tho harem skirt has been musing Queen & Crescent. "Interest on Tlmo Detioslts." K. S ed, and after a irrellmlnlary trial, last that ho jKrsnalIy phicvil the nitrocondition! are a llttJo iM'Uer that riots In Hlo Jnnlcro, but Hncnoa Ay res ing three days, wan released. Ill ar- glycerine in the appears to be making an effort to take Clark, president Citizens' bank, Fal n Angol Times hori'tof .'. Danville. Tin Cincinnati, New Or, mouth. rest followed an Indictment relumed building. He was arrted in Detriilt It tranquilly. "Uniform Size? of Checks and the leans & Texas Parllic (Queen & Cres nt .U.Kllfonvlllc. tuy tie Uncertainties. on Airll 12, and rho dete-tle- s cent) railroad has Inaugurated tho tel Now we are told that a woman's Kind of CheckB that Should bo (liven ephonc dispatching system on Its lines lues made uhioJi amouttt to New York - Ilnnlsln-".'letter mid SUES FOR $20,000. of Away," Arch H. Davis, secretary of tlto by establishing skirt Is licr crowning glory. All a artial ootifedon. Tnulo and InduMry ure quiet lo dull, tho first section extend Kentucky Hankois' association, Ixiuls Ing which Is our notion of no place to report nr)ing with Hectlon from Oakdalc, Tenn., 137 miles and Dynamite Found. Title. Hardin County Woman Brings Actlor wenr a skirt. For thfc wiather. Tiffin, Ohio Detective Uimi- awl Rue reiwrtlnjT. Kentucky Hankers' Associa This part of tho work cost approxl "The Against Husband's Slayer. (?. Radorf, crop and tariff motoly $35,000. are be.'d one of Iris ieraive, J. A. In tho near future tion,'' Arch 11. Davis, Louisville. In parts of Nova Scotln automobil-inuncovertd 100 jHainds of lpjaml:e In n variously Ti)onslble. Tho hcajsui a "I.'nlfonn Size of Checks and the plans for extending the telephone svsIs allowcil four days each week. Ellzaliethtown. Suit for $20,00t shod In the heart of this city. The dy- a whole 1m tern of dlspatrhlng to Cincinnati, 117 n cold nTXl The rest of the time tho roads are Kind of Checks Umt should be (liven miles, will be outlinrd. after which tho damages iras Hied by Mrs. Sallie Irwin namite, Bumev doetaml, Hiitter tiude, exeeit in a fuv tkxMioirs, Away." J. C. Miller. Kqultablo Hank perfectly safe. third district, between Oakdalo and widow of Jack S. Irwin, agalnrt Joe K lere by Oiie MoManiRa.1, oih of the taut tHx-n hinlly up lo normal or to and Trust Co., Walton. Smfth, who U now serving a sentemv priiMmexs taken at Deuott. .Mich. erpectatiowv Jfrblng tnule rcllrct Aldrlch Central Hank Law," E, Chattanooga, Tenn., M miles, will bo "Tho You can send a day letter by tele of 20 years In the penitentiary on con equipped. tSiU lu a rather spotted conditHn at people E. Lee, president First National bank, graph uow, but killing W vlctlon of the crime. The tnoBt cjiteN. In wholalo llaMi price PEACE SEEMS IN SIGHT. wlM cling to tho "arrived safety" and Covington. Irwin occurred in October. 1909. SnHtS WOMAN KILLED BY TRAIN. lneertalntft-and the ivdir. tnjiff Address "Tho General Welfare of "am well" formula. 1m ery well situated financially and 1 Armistice Proclaimed For Five Days iU.cimdon. ter.l Hi rtntriot future the Hanking Fraternity," J. N. Kchoe. City Council Orders Safety Gates to heir to a considerable state. trade. Tlwn I abai rather n wideWhile Negotiations Pend. A New York physician promises to Mayavlllo, president of tho Kentucky Be Installed. sprrad contdalnt as to nkiw cllc-Hankers' association. make bad boys good by proper breath OPPOSE NEW STREETS. t.Vins. in Mex Texas. That El I'a-s"What HringB Success to a Country lng. It lb a far cry from a strap In crossing Upper Augusta. While if all Over the Field. the woodshed to a breathing eierclsc. BaiikV' A. H. Honaker, cashior Pco-. street Mrs. John Huerger. 4f, wan Jriigton. Thin sipnimr the city h ico is assitrrd U ikw th pie's bank, nurllngton. clarecs in this 1clnlty tin both sldoa The lumber trade is IrrcKuluiy struck by train and died without re having the usual troublo In huproirint of "Certified Checks," Hon. Charles the border. A foot race has been arranged for fccteil by the quiet at rom contvr. Her ol no m 'diked of has and tariff JieuaAon. Siy;rt time In Clark, president of tlto First Na- gaining consciousness. places, left arm with new Ktreels. As tho exin-nsThe anrii-ticmen from Minneapolis to was broken in three several improving each street id borne by tiw . been eigncd and Is effective. It in ti 8t Ixiuts. And thus the great work tional bank, Ludlow. teeth wero knocked out and she was proiKTty owners uion that s!rvct th kvst fivo days and affect the dHtriet still a feature In cotton gooiis prjira-tioii"Tho Essential Elements of Suc- injured internally. of tho twentieth century goes on. .Machinery mamiJaoUirlng is citizenH are unanimously In favor o! Chihuahua tuid ratlM-- r qiiht. excipt In a f(w niiockii between Juarez cessful Hanking" Round table, con After tho accident the city council improving all ot the streets except thl wort of tivo later and city and van made lino. lUiwrt trade hi quiet In farm ducted by A. M. l.arkln, cashier Ger drafted 'an ordinanco compelling tho ono A New York office boy made $50, uivon which each individual hap effective in an oxclui-g000 speculating In Wall street, but man National bank, Newport. of Wiiitical products, Irut koh1 In rmniiXuclrnx. railroad to put In safety gates at the pens to own property. The city coun IcttcTii FrawjUco L High prieert sigwd by they got $20,000 of It away from him Tho third annual meeting of CJroup various croesitigs wkhln the next CO trade in iadm. ell recently iassed nn ordinanco direct .Malero, Juan hut irrjeiitiJie h nhandy lower. the next day and ho Is still fooling One, Kentucky Hankers' association, days. ing the improvenwnt of Walnut wtreel Navarro for the ribel, anI Thursday, May lu Wall street. for the govcnmient. around will be held at I'aducah with brick or asqihrilt, but a petition Business Failurtt. truce provides that 18. Group Two will hold Its second haJl HEIRS PREPARING TO FIGHT. signed by nearly every property own IkjThe movement of tnxipsUkso dither Is trying to annual meeting at Morganfleld Thursno lltidnetu fnlluri's In !ni i'rti'jM In New York a woman of street, and includlni; side during tho next five laju, and provo that she loved a man and she day, June 8. for tlw e'k uding April 20 Ijexmgton. The Kentucky descend er ujwn that wealthiest rewKlenitu that St.K ome of the ol prtniiions nnd rr.tdlcineM tnay be were 233, ugnlnwt 2.13 hist wek, 193 in offers In evidence lettero In which she ants of' George Hobb, who, txrnio 200 the city, was filed, requesting coun brought to cither camp from tho Amor the like the called him her "ugly monkey" and her of 1910, 247 In 1909, 254 years ago, fettled in Pennsylvania and TO CLARK laid the foundation for a fortune of be ell not to order the rccons-- ruction. "curly bear." It must be splendid to MONUMENT In 190S ami 107 in 1907. Htmlrnvw if luty- lean aide without paynv-n- . be loved like that. In Canada for the wek nmtx- tween $40,000,000 and $50,000,000, to Settlement Easy Now. FAMILY WILL GET SALARY. It is expected that in the event irf I, whkih eimpani with 2S feist woe).- Bradley Introduced Bill to wWch tfuvo norm are now laying claim. Senator Ily an astronomer It is alleged that a and 15 In the correspondiw; woek setUement of tho rebellion in ore to meet in Ixixlnfiton in the near Honor Man Who Made Possible Lexington. Wood G. Duntap, wbr the because comets are composed merely the tdtuntion at OJhioga nnd 1910. future and take steps to prove their hau been appointed by State Audltot Louisiana Purchase of dust collisions with them need not claims to the "property, the bulk o F. P. James to, succeed the late Judgr other scattered places thixwrhout tho Export Trade. be feared. Just the same they give republic will which bi sicunjted in Heaver county, George Denny as attention. Wh-utincbxllng flour oxtmrtn. from commlsiiioroen Fivo Frankfort. state revenue ngent tho solar system the appearance of the ITnitod Stat-- ntil Canada, for President Taft, Thoodoro Roosevelt, Pennsylvania. lor Fayette county, qualified and as needing a vacuum cleaner. THIRTY-TWKILLED. ending April 20 agCTV!tn 1.7R9,- sumed the duties of tho office. Mr Justice Harlan, Gov. Marshall, of WITHOUT SALARY. S78 bueheh. against l,K33i!02 birhols Dunlap Is a brother of JudRo Denny's nnd Speaker Champ Clark are TREASURER Winstcd. Conn., has a fisherman widow, and the revenue from the ottlro A Patttnger Train Plunges Into a last week an.1 1.2S9.272 buirbei tJd who claims to have caught a pickerel named by Senator Hradley In a bin apLexington. There was a long nnd South African Gorge. wek laf t Yr the 42 week wd- because the latter mistook bis nose propriating $300,000 for a statuo to hot tight at the session of tho Fay-ott- will be turned over to Judge Denny'c Ing April 20 oximrt ar family. He will retain his position at 98,091,112 for bait and jumped at It. It strikes George Rogors Chirk, to be erected in , county fiscal court over the elec- general manager of tho James E. PepCape Colutry. Thirty- - busiM'l, asalim 120,172,201 biiffkelis In Grahamstow-nJcfforson county, Kentucky. Tho exus that said fisherman most havo contion of county treasurer and dojMMi- twx lKirsona were killed on the Kowietho eorreiHr.dlng ieiiod last yenr sumed a vast amount of bait to ac- penses of tho committee aro to bo tory of tho county'B funds. Tho final per Distilling Co. ru railway, wiien it phmged into a Corn export for the week aro 839.4K'.' quire a nose so brilliant that a pick- borne by tho scato of Kentucky. result wa the selection of tho Phot- - WANT BRIDGE AT ASHBYSBURG gorge 250 foot througii t!i col- - biinhcK agoiihtt 1,179,140 bimhoU hurt. "Had It not leen for the work of erel would Jump at It. lapr-- of thu Illaauwkrantz bridge. In wejk and 402,041 biwheU in 1910. For George Rogers Clark, which began In nix National hank as the depository and J. Walter Rodes, president of tho A bridge over Pond addition many wero Injured, wimo of Uui 42 weeks entllng April 20 corn ei Madisonvillc. Under the new law It costs $10 to Kentucky and which ended then. for bank, as county treasurer, without salthem fatally. Krts are 43.0.12.C1:! bmihelM, against eurry a pistol In New York Instead of his hody resta obscurely In Cava Hill ary. Tho bank agrees to 3', ier rlvor, near Ashbysburg, has been peA largo masM of wreckago fcxlgi-on V1.774.CC7 Imrfiehi last jear. only $2.50. Rut those who expect to comotory there would havo boen no cent interest on tho sinking fund bal- titioned for to tlw court of thl county by resident of Ahbysbu:g a ledge 120 feet down and It was many nee the difference reflected In n de- Louisiana Purchase," said. Senator ance, furnish a treasurer free of cost, crease of shooting affrays will proba- Uradlcy. "For that reason I have in and discount nuch warrant There is no bridge 8annlng umi rlvei hours before all were renMrvixl from ai are In llfteen miles of the place. The brldcu the dlUlcult crag and hnltd lu If tho fee was n cluded M if sour! In the oominlssloner- bly be disappointed. drawn at 5 per cent. to tilio Hp of the gorge. million, and It was not enforced more shlp. Had It not been for Clark there will cost about $3,000. A committe.) One little girl had a mlrucuioiev nstrictly than the $2.50 one, It would "would liavo been no Northwest terrl was apKlntiil to investiifale the mat HOSPITAL FOR MORGANFIELD. tory. For that reason I Include Indiana bo Just as Ineffectual. tor and report al the next meeting t! ceie. She was caught In a fork of Cincinnati Grain Market. tho brWgo awl held by one foot over and Ohio. George Rogers Clark made Morganfield. A committee has been he court, Juno 10. Flour Waiter the ravine. The rescuers had to twnJo family $::.10a3.35. patents $lat.25. do Hiram Maxim Is still singing the IKKRlblo the acquisition of the great busy Bollcltfng.for the hospital fund. Sir low crado $2.C5a girders to the height of 200 feet to West, and that Is why I named TheO' The Catholics have the matter In hand, praUcs of that great American dish i'..... Hard patent $.ia5.25, do lane) BLIND BOY BADLY INJURED. bring her down. Roost-velt- , whom all sections of and are hoping to buy the O. II. pork and beans. Some of these days doro $4.25a4.50. Wheat No. 2 red 92u94c, No. 3 nd M11.SS0. No. 4 nd 7ftaSJ pie will tho country claim." the humble and Hughes property on which they havo Maylleld. Roy Webb, a Coni No. 2 white r3a53c No. 3 GASOLINE EXPLOSION. tlnd an authority abroad who will sudSenator Hradloy exocta the bill to an option. The hospital will be In tho young man of the city, who Is blind white 52l4a53c. No. 2 ytUJow nr.l denly eleevato it to the heights, and pass at this session. enro of tnino order of sisters. Ono and a pen of Judge J. T. Webb, wua .1 xdkw 54Hu55c, No. 2 make us ashamed that familiarity and day's soliciting has secured $1,500 on probably fatally Injured by falling Seven are Dead and Six Badly Burr.ed f.5Vic No. mixed 54V4u6ne. No. 3 mixed Mil tradition have mado us belittle the hid Is Damaged. and Property paper. THIS SETTLES IT. through the hole in Uie iipntalm room . MH-Oath No. 2 w lUto aftaSC'r, den sweetness and light we have with of tho fire dcimrtment. where tho firestan4lnrl white 35V4a0Cc, No. 2 white AT FULTOM NEXT YEAR. St. Ixiuls. Seven liersonn are dad 34a34Vic College Debate Decides That the men slide down the jwilo. Ho liad inand six others severely Inmxxl iui a Women Folka Can't Vote. Murray. As a result of a convention tended to walk up tho stops leading result of an cxploirioji of 5,000 gallons A Jilted Ilrooklyn man Is suing the Cincinnati Live Stock. Into the city court room, wera lllblo schools fickle fair one for tho Umo lost In )!Xington. Women's suffrage was of the Christian rhurch steps are on next to the hIcim going upstairs ovoj of gajolinu in a tank car iii the yards In Jackson'H purchase, butcbe-st-e-- s. Cattle Shtpix-$5aC. courting her. She pleads by way of defeated at the annual debates of tho Helolt Co. tho lire titation. of the evancxtni $."i.S3aC, good to choice defense a woman's Inalienable right Phlleuscvian and Phllotheon literary foot to engago a Sunday-schoo- l F A-- Hretsnydcr, vkxi vrvKNuit rf $5.2:.a.ri.75, heifers, extra $5,75af.90 gelist for this district. Fulton was to tho pursuit ot happiness by chang- fcocletlcs of tho Collego tho oomay, aconnranied by Jim gool to ohnlcu $.'a.ri.7o. LIGHTNING TEARS OFF SHOE. the cowb, extra ing her mind. In face of this consti- Tho question discussed ofwas: Ulble. chosen for 1912 meeting. Rev. South Gootton, a piiKmian, went to car $4.86a5; good to choice "Re $4.2r-tutional right the unlucky swain has solved. That tho rights of suffrage Hawkins, pastor of tho Christian to obtain a sample of the ganillno to 4.75; cannerH I2.5fla3.7R. Hulls llolop-n- a Marlon. During a thunderstorm an church at Murray, was elected prcsl. no case. All the courts appealed to be tested. Gootton uniicnwed the $4.25a4.sr., extra $4.90a5. should bo granted to women on the Calve dent, to succeed Rev. V. A. File, of outer building neur tho residence ol small cap at tho toi of the r. on this Issue havo hitherto upheld this K'xtiu $5,76a6; fair to good Sla Cook, a Jeweler, was struck by right, which, Indeed, antedates every- same terms as men." I'aducah. 4) last of wHiite $5.50; common and Urpi A $:ia5. vatxr pourvil out, HtgK The Phllotheon team closed the af lightning. At Iho time Mr. Cook was thing but the creation. tJood to choice packers and firmative and after hearing tho standing near Iho building with one carrying with tt a volume of guHOliuu. butrJicin BEREA GETS $100,000. $C.40aC.45, mixed packer of the three orators on each foot resting on tho doorsill, Tho light A moment later there earn on explo- $G.30a;.40, King Sodultch Cboa Fa Maha fjt eonvnuui to tiiolce Ilnno. Dr. A. K. Pearson, of Hlnw- - ning struck the top of tho building, sion, whitia rocked the etrtiro north ixiwH$3.50a5.35,ilg (110 Iba heavy of Slam, cables thanks for side, the Judge consisting of Dr. R. I,. and lees) $5.25a0,45. Sheep sending an American representative to WilllB, Prof. S. M. Jefferson. Prof. dalo, III., has given Herea college $100,- - ran downward tearing tho shoe from side. flro Kxtra $4.10, Tlio rxBultlnfi from tho xplo- good to choice $3.COa4. Ixvnibu Kx 000. This philanthropist has present his foot and severely burning his foot. Ms lato father'H crematlou. That Is C. C. Freeman and Virgil McClure, eioa diil tittle damage to proiiorty. In favor of the negative. ed millions to various Institutions. Othorwise ho was uninjured. tr $C.10a.25, yearlliifc-- s $4.C0a5.C0. nothing. We are quite willing, on genCincinnati Miscellaneous. eral principles, to send representative! RAILROAD EXTEN8ION. GETS CADET3HIP. WILL HAVE A NEW SCHOOL. Walking In Sleep Fatal. Poultry liens I4V43 to more cremations of oriental potenCamiiton. Tho Mountain Augufia. Virgil 11., son of Mr, and Central Evansvllle, liul. Geriiard (k)r!eii ens 20c lb. dl:kH 12c. turknvH tates, considering that tho Orient has railroad will bit extended from Utta Mre. J. T. Watson, nl llpiwksvllle, has Lexington. Tho Civic leaguo mud 15. such potentates to burn. Hut It Is to place to Hazel Green, a dhttaiux- - of ton been notified by Congressman W. J. announcement that It has rcooJved a probably was fatally injunxl wiillo 14V4c,ewho il9c. Kgga Prtimi (inD Hnrta walking in his eleep. He foil down a HuMw Crtnnitiry be hoped that 8lamese court etiquette miles. Work will commence, tlio Urut Fields ho will recclvo the appoint- gift of $10,000, made In tho imimorjr ol lllght of t&air umi sustained sovorul cxtra 23 Vic, MrstB 22 Vic fancy dairy that require an American tongue of iMay. will not 16c. Apples Fancy to tho West Point mili- David C. Humphreys, of WoodOrd broken rlbn und was internally hurt. ment as oadot $5.50aC a bbl, to get twisted around His Majesty's iholce $5a5.50 a obi. n tary school. This in tho flrrt time In county, Who was deeply Interested In MANY WANT TO CARRY MAIL. given name. 30a tOo dozen rvi..ru mi. .,...... tho history of Hracken county that the welfare of this atate, and believed Recalled By Diaz. $lalJ5 box. Eggplants 2.60a: n over leen an ajqillcant for that this was based prknarily upon Mexico. Gen. lkirn&tvto Reyes, ono crate. Honey $3.75a4 crate. SholbyvHlo. Sixteen applicants, two there has A gallant court In Pennsylvania boa five education of ItH people. The nam tills place, from tho county. California $3.7C. decided that a woman with beautiful ot thorn women, took tho examination of the ablest Mexican military UvuV Onions of the donor Is not tttatcd. Tho money Yolkjw $1.752. yes can use them In any way she for mall farriers. The service win be whlto 1.75al Shelhyvlllc. John H. 0'Lery sold hi to be the nucleus ot an etulurwmenl vrp, haa been recalled by the iireWers PT bu. Pineapples $3J10a4 8 from Europe, Where he nau teen for pleases. There la a largo measure of Inaugurated Juno IS, Tho Multloaa his farm on tho Loulsvillo & Eastern fund, (shall tx . Pot&tn& the income from whWh prudence In the gallantry, for no court pay $C00 a year. Two carriers and ono Intorurban road. Tho tract contains eieral yean, to aid In atlJuaXiuj; pre Crattl. bu, Florida $1.75a2 a fV,l COo a used for ?. uvtHel school to be erc&cl vot dJ!IloilUi-- i narmior. under Heaven could keep beautiful substitute will be employed. T'lmiB $l.60a2 bbl, 137 ncrer and nveraeed $101.90 an acre. here. .ayes from bein used. A family The Citizen Ikr, MEN OF MONEY O COINCIDENT LIVES. & DYNAMITERS newspaper for all that It right true and Interesting. Si COLLECTIONS SLOW MEET ATJAALTON HljeHRHEST y IVrtt-efno- , tl) 1 i d d . .lore-mla- lle meix-iuuiL- s FIfth-Tliln- r Hid-dol- l, J wit-fle- 'e - ulmi-KtJiit- s - g ia w-.- t'-ci- s - o, -- d o G-- (n. ot w-e- k t foil-ur-- s n.ive o ' - ly THE MARKETS much-abuse- well-know- 0e argti-ment- I3c. 'irriM Mru-lh.- A April 27, 1911 THE CITIZEN Hydrn Page Three PO LAIN OF of IfaUrfimf C-- KENTUCKY CITIES Census Bureau Makes Public tho Thirteenth Count elected," re FIGURES ARE OFFICIAL Irvine IrvinKton Island Jai.Kr.on Jarmntown ImlcpurtUfiicc , 314 x72 , u;.t l.itl 17.' town i; J far V I T-fttt- Jcrfereonvlllo Jclllco Jomvvllle Junrllon City Klrkmunrvllic Knottsvlllc ll'Utiinii Iwi LVntt-- r ixifaycttc w M6 VU 717 212 42i - "' EMPEROR WILLIAM ON DRINK Temperance Speech Made by the Kaiser to Naval Students at Mur-vlMakes Prediction, k HO TO 1.152 1.723 lrnngv Lancai-tt-r l,v)7 , , Famous Political Blunder wards tho possible Impeachment of Maynard. Thrco yoars later the stato nf New York was to elect a member of tho highest court, and Judge Maynard was nominated by tho Democrats. It was tho standard biography of the common Impression that Mr. Hilt, who at that tlmo was United States Dennett Hill, former of Now York and United senator, had forced the nomination, States nunator, and onco a leading can- and whon JudRo Maynard was beaten didate far tho Democratic presidential by a hundred thousand majority, this nomination, la written, It will contain defeat was regarded all over the letter which has now for 16 years country as a criticism more of Hill been kept In Governor Hill's safo In than ot Maynard. Albany. It will bo nn extraordinary The real facts are now narratod for tho first time, and they follow: revelation with respect to n most Senator Hill ro ported to some of his Incident In Governor Hill' career. It will put him In absolutely new frlonds that Illchnrd Croker had said IlKlit upon a matter for which he was that Mnynard, If nominated, could bo "objected to thn aovorest criticism. In elected. Tho friends replied: "Croordor that there may bo good under ker Is mistaken: he cannot bo electstanding of It, It will bo necessary to ed." repeat rtomn political hlstcry. "I will make further Investigation," In tun last year of II Ill's term as said tho senator, "and having done governor of Now York- - 1890 a very that. I will consult with my colleague, Tho latter had closo olcctlon took place In tho state. Senator Murphy." For Homn days thorn was doubt wheth- beon elected senator through tho caper or not tho Ilonubllcans had secured ture nf the Democratic legislature In a majority In tho state senate. In thn manner above described. Meeting his colleaguo In Washingany event, tho majority would bo a Hill very small one, possibly no creator ton somn tlmo later. Bcnator In said: "Tho general Impression than ono vote. Tho ls8uo at last centered upon Now York Is that If wo nominate Maythe election nf a senator In Dutchess nard he will bo defeatod," county, of which I'oughkeepsle Is tho comity seat. Thcro wcru strong suspicions that tho returns bad been tampered with, and that tho correct would show that tho llepubltcan r.andldatn for senator hud bean elected. Tho matter was taken to tho courts, Colonow How Congressman Oelford of and Justice KdRar M. Callcn. rado, Long Ignored by J. Warren chief Justlcn of tho Now York court of Ketfer, Finally Won Recogniappeals, and n Democrat, decided that tion by Clever Ruse. tho Kopubllcan returns worn the correct onoH, and lssurd a mandamus to the statu canvassing board to accept of the quaintest of the thesn returns. Hut through what mnny ONE who came from the west to Washington In the recorded ns tho Interference of another Justice, Isaac H. Maynard, tho early eighties was James B. Ilelford of rotums thus mandanuiAUd were not Colorado. He was a Republican, and xent to thn state ranraKslng board. when first elected was the only conInstcal, the Democratic returns were gressman from that state. Ills beard sent, and of course, theso bolng tho was very red and his hair was a brilonly ones before tho state lioard, they liant shock of red, Ills complexion wcro compollod to dcclaro tho Demo- matched his hair and board. He poscratic senator elected. In that way sessed a voice unlike that of any tho Democratic party secured control other member of congress. It waa a of tho senate, and Governor II 111 was veritable HoancrRes voice. It was severely criticised bccatiso bo seemed lll.o tho fundamental diapason of nn to support Judgo Muynard, certainly organ, Judgu llolford gained many bocnuso ho did not, when the facts friends by reason of his quaint and bifano known, talto action looking to original personality. How David Dennett Hill Tried to Keep Judge Maynard Out of Contest In Which Ha Was Defeated. "Wo have got to nomlnato him. and THESE In my opinion he will bo liwrcni-rburi- t tortcd Murphy. Again Hill madu on Investigation, Frankfort. Following arc the that and becamo definitely satisfied figures ns Issued by tho census buMaynard would bo overwhelmingly to reau nf the population of the cities of defeated. Ho therefore determined '.he state: Tho senator began wrlto Maynard. J,XS Ashland the lottcr to Maynard by saying: Ail.ilrvllle M 07:1 AlUiny "I am ubout to write a letter which , S53 Alexandria. will glvo mo more pain than any I AllrinivHIo 4K SSI , AnrhnrciKo tuwn havo written since I entered public Arlington KS I am going to tell you frankly lifo. A Uteris is; (21 that In my opinion. In tho opinion ot Auburn , 1,77 practically the entlro bar of N,ow York AUriiu ,. llHKlllKl 1M crr state, and a majority of the DemocratIlanilnna , 1.G23 ic leaders, you cannot be elected. I , Harditonn siai would theroforo suggest to you that Jlnr.lwt.-l-l 1,087 532 I tar low you. In some dlscreot and satisfactory ,. HirnMi-way, make It known that you must not Hrwkelt 270 IlcnltyvJIlu 1.300 be considered as a candidate for th llem-eI)n m 7R2 court of appeals bench." , Ilmlfnrtl 2fl 2ox Judgo Maynard received this letter llwch drove Ilelk-vufl,r1 by messenger. In due time that mes &24 Hentnn scnger returned to Senator Hilt with Jlerea , 1,510 SB this reply: "Judge Maynard ay that Kerry , lllrminghain 3U be can afford to be dofeated by the Illnrkford n 124 people, but ho cannot afford to be Illnlno 229 lllnmlt lll humiliated by his party. Ho thereIllonmtli-lS3 132 fore will not withdraw, but will Insist IMuft city 257 Ilonnlevlllo upon his nomination." IlonnevlUp 23! "Very well," rcpllod Senator Hill. llonlliu; (lrrii 9.173 330 "If ho InslstB, I have no doubt his Ilra.lforilfvlllo llrnr.rU'nburg 42 nomination will bo made. Uut I am llremen 251 Hrorihetid 477 afraid ho will regret It." llromk-Sl'J And regret his action Maynard sureHmokvillr. 4! ly did. 313 HniwiiKvllle nurfiii. 2 nights Reserved.) G79 Iitirirlti (Copyright. 1110. by 13. J. Edward. All Ilitrkp-nillHurklev .... otll-cl3-r y I on city Junction , 3.0m M'f mi 53 VC ' I'vll.irt I.lly IK-kpo- Mlxrty I. Ismail .' S2 1R1 I.lvrnnor Llvliuntton London lMWlm Lnillavllle l.wdlow , 1.22U 1I &u l.Ktl 4. 13 Wlll'N gov-ern- tZi.Vii Um 118 1 ljri I.ynnvlll Mcll.-nry Ill Ill c "Tho nntlon which takes tho smallest quantity of alcohol wilt win tho battleH of tho future." This prediction, mnde by Emperor William to the German naval cadets In Murwlk n few days ago, has given the temperanco advocates a new leit. In the course ot his address tho kalsor said: "Ono more piece of advice I will give you on a question tho Importance of which for my people Hen very close to my heart. It Is the question ot alcohol and drinking. I know quite well that pleasuro In drinking Is an old Inheritance ot the Germanic peoples. Nevertheless, we must by free ourselves In overy respect from this evil. "I can nssure you that In my twenty-twyearn ot government It has been my oxperlonco that a grent number of tho crimes which were laid before me tor decision were to bo nine-tentascribed to tho consequences of alcohol. In former days It was reckoned among young men particularly smart to bo able to drink and carry a large o McKre ManchenUr Mtuini'VlUe Marlon Muyllelrl MnyN1llc MlilillHiurff MldcllrrUiro Mhlwny Mllliurn Mlllorsbiiri; Milton MnLkvlllc MadlMrnvlllo i.'.A -- W 1.S2 1W Martlnhurg Mays Mrk c S.'Jll 3t C.lll i.J'j JJ' 2I7 151 Mlnrrva Monti-reMorc-hrsi- .'. 355 'M l.S;S 1.10 2,725 Montleoiln MorgnntlcM Momntown .Mt. Mortons (lap Mt. Carmil Ml. IMon Mt. Olivet t 1,266 XI 157 221 Mt. Ml. Veriu.il MunfordvUIo Murray Nebo Xepton 657 S.M1 '. 475 2.0DS Now C.iKtlc New Columbuv 235 45 IIS 407 24 He Outwitted the Speaker For some tlmo after ho came to congress Judge Ilelford was silent, bolug disposed to famlllarlio hlmsolt with the proceedings of tho house. At last ho began to rise regularly In bis place soon after the session began each noon and call In a booming voice: "Mr. Speaker. Mr. Speaker!" Soon tho regularity with which Judge Ilelford aroso and bawled "Mr. Speaker!" was a rocognlzed Incident of tho house, and ono which occasioned much merriment. Hut cry aloud as be might, Judgb Ilelford failed to catch Speaker J. Warren Heifer's eyo for weoks; and when finally ho d!d gain recognition of the chair the manner In which ho did so was published far and wide. Hut tho explanation of how Judge Ilelford came to employ the ruse that led to bis being recognized has hitherto remained unpublished. I had tho st6ry direct from Judge Ilelford a few days after ho hnd been recognized. "That was a very skillful ruse you employed to compel tho speaker to rccognlzo you," I said to the Colorado IlUtliT OarrolUon Cadiz nurllntn ... Ittirnlile f'Tlro Hiilhoiin I'nllfnnil.i 172 1.117 431 NiiWKi-- New Haven NtfW Hopv New Utterly t 2(0 214 jn.3u9 2.935 l.'.nA l.iXk", Palvm CamplH-lNbiir- OamiK-Uvlll- o Cnmitnn ("am- - Vnllcy Caiif-yvllk- 712 "IS 1:1 Via l.Wfi lit Nlcholaxvtllo N. Mlddlotown N. PlKiiureMUo SM 235 2.073 257 Nortonvlllo Ookdalx town Oaklarxl Ollvu II 111. Uwvnsboro Oum-nto- n 2.l '.132 Vi.011 1.021 yy, 121 ) Canmor CnrllKlc Tarnivllle Clrter ruwyvllle ('ntlfttil)urR fiivii CitV Ontml City IVrtiliMti Hprlnpt Cinti-rtow- , tn 4.1) 913 ln.lnUilto 1'anuU.M; Pailuroh IMjIs 22,7Gti 912 !il 10 721 2U2 Si eX) 23D 3.63) C4.1 Clarkson Clay Clav City CMntm Hoverpnrt Columbus ConriTil I'orliln Corinth Coryilon Covlncton Crab Orchard CrlttemU'ii Crutton Crnmwvll Cropper Cimlivtl'e , Cyiuhlan.i Danville Ikiivwm Srrln5 DaVton City Dexter Dixon Dover niWiwloro Dublin Dimmer lHinnvtltn 1 Ch.iplln "llh'.lEO , 2,r.t3 272 170 l.V, LCDS 5X1 Zft I'fllvllte Pembroke lVrryMllo I'etersburK I'ewee Valley 11nclllo nitHburK Tort f lto-u- J1k1l!c &l J.VM i!6l 'Sit "' '.171 I'lMiyurvvIllo Toole 1'opl.ir l'laln l l'n-- t23 179 I'.O 152 Col u m bin 1.403 ,o:2 12 i.rn rmlonvlUo rrinceton l'riK'tor l'rovMcnec I'ryorsburg Qulncy ltaywlck lleniK-- r toobiirn J, 12o 2,015 1! theso prodigious efforts in tlmo ot peace without being used up. In order thnt you may be fresh In caso of serl ous events. Tho next war and the noxt battlo will demand sound nervet on your part. They will bo decided by norves. Hut theso are undermlnet and endangered from youth upward! by Indulgence In alcohol. "It Is ono of the questions ot the future for our cuvy and for our nation. If you educate tho people to do wlth out alcohol I shall bavo healthy nn sensible subjects. It fa a great que lion of the future, for try the men the Idea will be carried Into the country. If you promote thego principles my peoplo will be morally elevated. That Is a work In which I should. Hko to ask you to take a sharo." tlme-ex-ptre- d quantity. "Those were obsolete views which wore all very well for the Thirty Yeara' War, but don't do todny. Air you will notice yourselves In "the courso of your term on board, service In my fleet has attained a degree ot Intensity which can hardly bo exceeded. It Is your task to go through :.:& 2.1SI 212 1S2 3lx) Ill 752 25 t&t 115 DRINKS AND SMOKES COSTLY Report of International Revenue reau Show Vastly Increased for Twelve Months. Bu-- t42 03.2711 , 4r7 K1 4'2 1G3 15.1 Rounded Out His Career President Make Giving Him the Position Postmaster General. 2Si ltolxird Ilwhiwtf-llorkport liocky Hill r lUchmoivl Itlelipoiul 231 437 r.'.S 123 K9 1C 233 413 l.OUii :.Gr. ltOSW0O4l 3.43) 1.250 lloslno Itowlrtts liunm-itUSW-l- Arthur Was Pleased to Frank Hatton Happy by of administration Frank Hatton beenmo postmaster general, thereby culning tho distinction ot being tho youngest cabinet officer ulnce Alexander Hamilton; he was only thirty-eigh- t whtn ho became a member of official family, A native of Ohio nnd tho son of a newspaper man, ho served tbruugh the civil war, atGreeley would havo bean very taining tho rank of first lieutenant. happy If ho had been appointed postThen ho moved to Iowa, took nn master general. And Frank Hatton Is Interest In politics, and finally a printer. of the Ilurllngton "Well, I have made up my mind t Hawkcye. In 1881 ho bccn.no assistant postmaster general, and after be appoint Frank Hatton to the poat. It left thn cabinet ho again becamo a will not bo u political appointment; newspaper editor, first Ir. Chicago and It will le In tho naturo of a personal then or tho Washington I'os' Ills nppotntmcnt, ono to give pleasure to tho reclplout. And I never saw a death occurred In 1894. happier expression on u man's face A faw days heforo Mr. nation's apI I ago a pointment as postmaster general was than did to llttlo while If howhen would Frank that Intimated Kent to tho senate Frosldent Arthur I ould send his name to tho received mo one morning at the Whlto accept for postmaster genernl." eoiiato llouao. After we had been talking (Copyright, MO, by 10. J. IMwranU. All about half an hour ho glanced at the HlirhU llenarvod.) o o e editor-in-chie- IN tho latter part of President eral, even though that service would J bo only for n few months." The prexldcnt paused In his work ot writing his signature and turned towards mo with a characteristic very charming and kindly smile. "Frank has beon horo this morning at my request. I saw during our conversation that ho would be overjoyed If his namo were added to the list ot the country's postmaster generals. You know, wo havo hud quite a number of printers who have Berved In thnt offlco Ilcnjumln Franklin, Amos Kendall, Montgomery Illalr and Thomas U. James. I havo heard that Hor-ac- congressman. "After tho first few times I bad failed to catch his eyo, I made up ray mind that I would call 'Mr. Speaker!' every day until the end of congress If I had to. In order to gain recognition," said Judge Ilelford. "I felt sura that soner or later I would CKtch the speaker's ear and oye. It was getting to be a somewhat tiresome repetition, however, and finally t asked n friend what else I could do to gain my object. "Ills answer was that If I wanted to be recognized I 6J7S 161 2ii0 741 3SH 1.12S 123 12.1 111 17S ltuvel Hprlnes nuwIMUu Sacnimiito Siullevlllo St. Charles Kt. HoleiM St. Mary l 2,111 l 4(77 lot TiyriKtHirg KIlzatM-thtnwn Hast l!rntndt ., Kmlncnco Kddyvllle IMen Kkron 2.031 , , Salt Uck e i 151 151 22U SXt CVS 310 250 Tho United Statc3 has Just passed a banner year for drinks and smokes. Hero Is tho nation's record for tho twelve months ended on Juno 30 as It shows In the figures of tho Internal revenue bureau. Distilled spirits, 1G3.O0O.00O gallons 30,000,000 gallons more than tho year before. Fermented liquors, 59,485,117 barrelsan Increase of 3,000,000. In. un 6,830,000.000 Cigarettes. creaso of a solid 1,000,000,000. Flug, fine cut, cube cut, granulated or sliced smoking or chewing tobacco or snuff, 402,000.000 pounds 4,000,000 pounds more than tho year before. Tho Internal rovenuo receipts on nil these things and certatn other things, such as playing carda and mixed Hour amounted to mora than $289,000,009 and Commissioner Cabell's organization collected It all at a cost ot about $5,000,000. It cost a cent and a little moro than seven mills to collect each dollar. When tho present year Is ended, nuxt June 30, Commissioner Cabell estimates his men will havo collected samo cost. Only three other years have surpassed the year 1910 as au Internal rovenuo producer since the bureau was established In 16C3. In 1806 whllo Civil war taxes wore still heavy, receipts mounted up to $310,000,000 and following tho Spanish war In 1900 and 1901 they were $295,000,000 nnd respectively. Hut for times of pence and normal prosperity, 1910, heads the roll, with tho prospect of being eclipsed by 1911. $396,-000,00- l.STu 1,271 Handera . , 1.412 SSI should competent assistant postmastor general. I havo been told tlmt out In loT.a ho Is looked upon ns a very clover politician. I expect to havo an Interesting talk with him. And after It Ih over I wont to sea you again." Half an hour tutor I was once more with the president, I found him signing executive documents rt largo pllo nf thorn had been placed upon his dosk. Ho continued to sign whllo be talked. "Do you think Frank Hatton would make n good postmaster general?" the president asked mo as noon ns he saw tho door leading to the outer offices clock. "I havo an appointment now with Frank Hatton," ho explained. "I like Frank very much; he Iirj been a most Quite Different. A sorgonnt In one ot tho Irish Infantry regiments has a small but active wife of whom ho stands In considerable awo. Ono day ho lost his temper. Tho object of his wrath was n dOK boloiiglnR to tho wlfo of one of his superior officers. "You oA?ht to be ashamed to say Bitch things, nnd to losu your temper with nn nnlmiil," she Bald, while the big Horgoant looked shamefaced and nnilous. "I shall report your lan- replied that I hadn't the slightest doubt of It, adding that tho appointFor Chinese Students. ment would certainly bo u very popuA hall of residences for Chinese lar one with the nowBpaper correIs the latest educational movespondents In Washington, of whom I ment In Londou. The hall will absorb was ono. a large number of the 300 Chinese "Frank Is very ambitious to serve studouts who are at present resident aa postmaster general," tho president In Knglancl and Scotland. When they went on. "As you know, I have como to London they almost Inevittransferred Genrral Greslmm to, the ably got Into medlocro lodgings nud treasury department, and that leaves' obtain an unfavorable view of Urltlsh a vacancy In tho postofllro department. Ihe. It Is to prevent them taking back Uresham told me that Frank Hatton to China u wrong Impression ot west- spected. would recard bis career as completa ern civilization that tho hall of resi(Copyright, 1110. by K. J. Edwards. If he could servo as postmaster gen dence Is being established, Illghti !UQrtL) I shut guage" "To to her, ma'amT" faltered the penitent soldier. "To my husband," said tho lady. "Do so, ma'am," said tho culprit, cheerfully. "I well deserve It. I was only fearing you meant to tell my wife." to rocognlzo mo. "Well, that suggestion tickled me, to next morning Just after the session had begun 1 called out, as you know, at the top of my voice, '.Mr. Speaker, I rise to a question of personal privilege.' That fetched him at once; he had to ask mo what the question of persoual privilege was. "Right there I came pretty near to beliiR Moored, for I hadn't prepared myself with nny question of personal privllego. For a moment or two I didn't know for tho Ufo of me what to say, but I got my wits back as quickly ns they hnd gone, nnd I shouted: 'Mr. Speakor, since I have been a member of this houso I have annexed everything good, bad and Indlfferont there Is In Washington excepting tho speaker's eye. Now, I nsk for an explanation of why thnt alone has escaped me.' "I know tho noxt lustant that I had triumphed. Everybody In tho house shouted with laughter; tho speaker himself could hardly maintain a grave appearance. I stood there waiting for tho merriment to subside, and when It was over the speaker autd: Thn chair recognizes tho gentleman from Colorado.' Thcro was great ap plause. Then I offered ray little resolution and took my seat." After ho retired from congress Judgo llolford became a member ot ttw highest court of Colorado, and died some two years ago, groatly re. speaker before a session began and got him to promise to rocognlzo me, elso tho speaker would 'see' congressmen all about and around me without onco 'seeing' me. But I answered that I'd bo hanged If I'd go ou my knees to tho speaker and beg as a privllego what I should havo as a right. "Then my friend suggested that the next tlmo I called 'Mr. Speaker!' I announce at tho samo time that I roso to n question of personal privilege; thon tho speaker would bo compelled, under tho rules of the house, go to tho i:ikton Klumrr Hrlntiper Kuhink V.tf Falrvli-- i:ilzi1lU ics , 125 1.22S , Sardl Science I till Seottcvlllo Sobrec ShnrpshurgShorbunio Shnioriv1U SUughtt-rsvllIHmltlillti.l Smiths Urovo HnmiTM?t Sonora fl. Carrollton SOIIthiTUU- lJfl W 3.412 31S 253 257 1.327 2U 7,600.000,000 Cigars, more than 1909. 160,000,000 !X 701) Sh?herdvlllo Shelbyvilli- 1S3 12S . Ik3 412 557 723 4,431 25o 3ti5 E"2 t'lilmnuth Kurmers Knrinlnirton KnlWhurtr ,, , ins 131 1.1S0 127 . 13: 1.216 Stwirtn T''lrmc! Vonl rnnlivllle Poster Fountain Iun Krankfort Franklin rrinlonhi Trenohburg ... Fulton (thonl e ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 2TJI 702 (M:i 15S 1SX .SprlnelleUt Stiunphiic Ground Sitti)vllli K'7 414 1.22:i ...10.465 .. 5,025 421 lVrcuon ...... Ueorgv-tuw... r.llbortsvllU5r.icvy (IranKa - 172 r.575 401 4.KCI 2S7 421 45S 2.3H". .. .. Ulairow junction illiMu-o... Stanford Stanton StolihensiKirt BturcU Sulphur Sunimemvlllo Taylorsvlllo IHton Tolu Tompkliis1llc Tn-nlo- 2M 1,53; 27S 2U5 1.4C7 255 220 t2 D3 1.0SO 653 115 at least $308,000,000 at practically the 303 157 .... - ,.. Turners Station Tyrone llnlontown Upton Vemilllet. Vino drove WiuMy Walnut Gro.-Walton Wflwaw VnneeburK Ml 1.35U 141 1.115 2.2CS 3Ti (Iratz (iniywm .. llrovrusliuri; .. (In-vnu- Drunkenness In Denmark. The police In Denmark havo a prac321 J tical way of doallng with drunk per452 sons found In tho streets. They sum- H7 sjm !"9 MS place tho drunkard Inrirov- m mon u cab and drive to tho station, Highland I'ark town side It; then 2.")l HttlHhoro S0i then home, 370 whore be gets sobor; Hlmlman 1TJ 1,W where ho arrives sober and sate. Tho HlMWllln 4t4 Wlnk'o HI HolKfnvlll 217 ,4t!) policemen never leave him till they Woolburn Hopklitvllli 173 103 Wootlbury Uranch lion.- -. I'jMI see him sate In the family bosom. 324 Worthvlllo II.,, 94 Yoaemltn Then tho cabman makes bla charge, H )llllltvllh .221 jqqil. HUtlllIVlllO and tho police surgeon tnake3 his, nud Rich Agricultural Sectlsn. the agonU mako tholr own claim for Oil Now Made Solid. It was mentioned at the annual din- special duty, and this bill la presented Tank steamers taking oil the world round may In time bo a thing of the ner ot the Lancashire Farmers' asso- to tho host of tbe establishment where past. Now, they have got up solid oil, ciation that there were 137,000 cows In tho culprit took his last ovorpower-In- g pure the county a greater number than glass. and they declare it Is almost petroleum. 811gbt pressure, such as In any other county In England. Lansqueezing a cake ot It In the band, cashire, too, had the largest acreage Kelr Hardle on Temporanso. causes the oil, to ooto cut. The cake ot potatoes, with the exception ot LinMr. Kelr Ilardto. M. 1'.. speaking otj colnshire, In Oreat Tlritaln, having it.' Neath, said his travels In Scandl-- i of petroleum, perhaps packed Into wooden case lined with tinfoil, thus 000 acres under cultivation. navla, Germany and Oelglum bad preventing waste or evaporation, max taught him the valuo ot total ab-- i New Washsr Cutter. Temperance should ba! be shipped 11 around the world. ttlnence. Resembling a carpenter's bit. bul treated as part ot the general move-- 1 adjustable cutting munt for the redemption ot tho workt-Uprovided with rtussian invention. I A. nuislan electrician has Invented points. Is a new washer cutter that a classes. All a Insula Uoi material made trom milk Connecticut man has painted. (luthrie Huimm Hardin llanUiiNburjr Hartford Hurrodfl-urHauetvllhi Ilaznrd Hazel Orwell Hflller JlitulcrHon . 1 (Iriwvlllo .. lofi .. 21.1 .. 735 .. 4.VI .. CM .. l.ft) 2St e 171 K50 l.'" ir Wahln;ton IVaverly AV'uter '."' 4J3 22 311 1,VM 112 Tv- -' Vnlley ,?M J.l JJJ gj Wicl l.lb.rty Weal UiuUvllle Vest l'olnt VVheiUcroft White l'laltis Whltesbtire W'hlteavtlle Whltlov Wlckllffo Wllturd Wllllamsliuri: Wllllam?tovn Wlm-licKt- Vtt Covlmrton m 4i 2S1 . '!. I Page Four. HIE CITIZEN. Pres. FYost left Wednesday even lug for Ctnclnnntl whoro ho will bo April 27, 1911 until Saturday. CnpL nntl Mrs. It. J. Cowley, who have locn visiting tlielr son. Or. It. II, Cowley, for several days, left last Tuesday for their homo In Ioralne, Ohio. Messrs. S. C. and I). A. Kellcy ntul John Creoch from Kvarts, Ky., woro In town, Wednesday, to hear tho j Rugs and Mattings A Brand New Stock Now on Display of Brussels, Axminstcrs and Velvets. The largest assortment and the most bsautiful patterns in Oriental, Persian, Mission and Floral Designs ever shown here. What's more I make the Lowest ( 1 V with your foot" "Bends That is llrynn lecture. Mr. W. S. (livens visited his fami ly In Boono Tnvcrn last Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr. Dan II. Ilreck from Ulchmond was In town last woek on business. I 12 Mr. W. D. Jones, of Islington was hen) last Monday on business. Hinds-dal- e, Price. why it feels so good. 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 are fitted in the Red Cross Shoe, you will be better satisfied than you have ever been before with the appearance as well as the comfort of your footwear. Come in and see the new styles. Find out this season how restful the Red Cross Shoe really is how fathhnahlc it it. 1.50 and $5. m Don't hesitate to select the most stylish Red Cross model shown. not due to its shape or style but to its sole, which I emit with yeur is foot. Its comfort ices 3 This sole is tanned by m Oxfords $3.50 and $4. High Shoes $4, These are the styles that will he worn Prof, and Mrs. McClaln of III., visited Ilorea as tho guest of President and Mrs. Krost for several days tho first of tho week. Thuy aro on an extended trip through tho South, visiting schools and studying tho progress of Industrial education. Professor McClaln Is a pioneer In that kind of work In Minnesota and Illinois. They may stop at Berea un Mrs. S. S. Gray of Boston, Mass., thulr return from tho South. Is visiting Miss Murray this week. Tho Citizen has received an account Mr. Win, Huhn, Stato V. M. C. A. of tho marrlago of Mr. II. P. Allen Secretary, was in town this weok of Illuff City, Tenn., to Miss Nora K. In tho intorest of the llryan lecture. Obenchaln of tho same city. The wedMr. Chas. U Knox of Knoxvllle, ding Is said to havo been n very bril Tenn., was hero yesterday on busiliant and beautiful affair. Mr. Allen ness. was born In Clay County, Kentucky, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Dlx of Louisnnd Is a grndunto of tho Normal De- ville, nro visiting tho College. Mr. partment of Ilorea, 190f Ho Is no v Dlx Is one of the Stato Secretaries of cashier of tho Illuff City Hank, thi tho Y. M. C. A., and was Instrumentchief financial Institution of his al In securing Mr. llryan for tho adopted town. Kentucky tour. R. H. CHRJSMAN Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Mooro aro over tho advent of a flno boy In their homo last Sunday morning. Rev. Howard Murray Jones of Minneapolis, Minn., at ono time Professor of History In Berea, has suffered a temporary failure of health and has gone to fanning In tho hope of regaining his strength. His present address Is Smoky Hill Farm, Auburn-dalWisconsin. e, FEED E. F. COYLE You FOR SALE PLANTS. Tho following varieties aro fur bale at the College Garden: Carnations, salvia, English daisies, pink and whlto; sweet Williams, pansles, and t;omnlumK for borders far beds. Will also havo In season tomato, rabbago, and sweet potato plants. J. It. Mullet L FOR SALE. Fivo shares Bank Stock Bank nnd 1. In tho Bern Co. II. M. Shous", Trut R. R. No. Parksvllle, Ky. We Have PUBLIC SALE pay less or get more CORNO j oaooaoaooooaofjoooaooaoaooocoaoaoauaoooo o Berea and Vicinity. Mr. 1. H. Gooch of Franklin has been visiting here tho past week. Mr. H. II. Clanahan's grandfather who has been visiting him for some CHICK, HEN, COW, HORSE and MULE FEED llnvlag rented my farm I will sell to tho highest bidder at my farm one mllu east of Berea the following property, on Saturday, April 29, 1911: 1 Pair mules, 2 Mares In foal, I Maro not In foal, 2 Brood sows, t 1 WaShoats, 1 Stack-ha- y, gon, 2 buggies, 1 ' time left yesterday. .Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Braiinaman have GATHERED FROM A VAR'ETY OF SOURCES o moved back to Berea and aro now Mving in a cottage on Jackson St. jaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoacaoaoaoa oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa FOR RENT: House for rent. Soo Chrlsman and Engle carry U10 best John Weleh for particulars. Berea, Ky. fertilizer, Tho annual collection for Home Mrs. Suslo Hosklns returned to her homo In Covington last week and and Foreign Missions of the Baptist was accomianied by Bertha Fowler. church was taken last Sunday by PasalICS CITY rllONK X. J. Coylo Is In Jackson County tor Wllk8. Together with pledges OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE on business this week. ready mado the total has now reached 1125. This with 185.50 given to For the whitest and best flour, go Homo Board Evangelism last fall H. BRECK DAN Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you to R. J. Engle. makes more than 1200 contributed to want and get what you call for. Highest of Fire, Life and Accident Mr. and Mrs. Wilt HumphreysFow- these two boards during the present (iarrard County visited at Sallle market price paid for hides, furs, convention year. The total last year Insurance ler's, tho 22nd. butter, eggs and chickens reached about $100, while the year Richmond, Ky. Richard Thacker of Hamilton, Ohio, before less than ten dollars were rePhone 505 FRESH FISH EVERY THURSDAY Is visiting his parents at this place. ported. Pastor Wllks is happy and his Kldd Building. Corner Msln and Jt g R.OBERTS, PlOB. L. & N. TIME TABLE Richmond Streets, Berea. Ky. of people cntbustatslc over tho continued Mr. and Mrs. James Simpson 6:30 a. m. U:M p. m Knoxvllle progress of the church. 3:57 a. m. Montlcello, Ky., came last week for 1:29 p. m BEREA p. m. 7:45 a. m. a visit with Mrs. Simpson's parents, 6:10 Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Robinson. South Bo and Local Marshall Vaughn Is In town this 8:25 p. m. 6:40 a. m. Cincinnati 11:59 a. m. 13:29 p. m. week. BEREA Store burnod but still In business. 6:M a. m. 7:00 p. m. Knoxvllle New stand In Hanson Hall W. J. Express Trains Stop to take on and let off passen- Tatum. gers from beyond Cincinnati or from The Ladles of the Missionary Society of the Baptist church will have Atlanta and beyond. South Bound a Bazaar In the front part of Mr. II. 8:15 a. m. B. Roberts meat shop, Friday and Ba Cincinnati 11:44 a. m. urclay, Muy C and 6. There will be a BEREA North Bound arled lino of articles for Hale. Cast off the Winter Garb and get in tunc with Spring. Bright at4:56. p. m. BEREA groceries and Fresh and 8:36 p. m. Cincinnati tractive fabrics the Handsomest New Styles that have been vegetables. Now goods nearly every day. Shall be pleased to "seo my evolved for spring wear. Miss Kannlo Dowden visited from old customers and many new ones at my new stand In Hanson Hall, Friday until Sunday at White Mck. C'ornor of Main and Center Ets. W. Mr. Yateman Blcknell left for I. Taturn. lnd.. last week. A TTlfV Purchase your spring out-f- it from us. There's Tho Child Study Club will meet 1 Miss Bettle Lewis who has been off 1 an advantage: we sell more and show more ut school has returned and Is work- ai the homo of Mrs. Roberts, Wednesfurnishings than any other store in Berea. We sell more because we Bank and Trust Co. day, May 3rd, at 3 o'clock. I'ages 213 ing for tho Ilorea Doublo shovel plows, 5 Shares of IJoren Nat. Bank Stock, 1 old mulo, 2 Yearling colU, 2 8trlppnr rows, 2 Cows nnd calves, 4 Tcarllng holfers, 12 Yearling steers, 1 Mowing machine, 1 Cultivator, 1 Disk Harrow, 1 Corn Planter with fertlllxer 2 drill planter, DR. BEST, DENTIST WELCH'S PALACE MEAT MARKET attachraont. Terms mado known on day ot sale. J. W. Bratchor. FOR YOUR Seed Potatoes GO JO TATUM'S All Varietlci Mill Feed Ideal Patent Flour Fairy Patent - - - Good as is mode. .3o 5c 5c .... r CHEERFUL SPRING CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS :: :: TSlYllx j 1J Tho Men's Boreun Bible Class aro greatly improving tho Christian church by building a Sunday school reading room. Tho work Is progressing rapidly und It will soon bo BARGAIN DAY 2:00 p. m. SATURDAY APRIL 29 MRS. EARLY'S to 219 In Motherhood American .Magazlno for April will show subjects to bo discussed. All Interested In prob lems pertaining to homo life nro invited. Keep your eye 011 (!. I). Holllduy's big adv. on pugu four for tho best bargains In Heal Kstato in Berea nnd Madison County, Kentucky, Business as u Ufu work will bo prevented at tho Y. M. C. A. In Upper ('Impel next Sunday by Mr. II. K. Taylor. Special music will bo given. Citizens of the town aro especially Invited. Meeting begins at 6:15 p. in. Mrs. J. W. Zarlnn, of Richmond, and Mrs. B. K. Kluney, of Shelby-villvisited Berea Collegu last Frio, show more and we show more because we sell more. :: :: :: :: Spring Straw Hats Neckware $1.00, $2.00, $3.00 Spring Shirts 50c, $1.00, and $2.00 " Hose 10c, 25c, and 50c. 25c, 50c, $1.00 Gloves 50c, $1.00, $1.50. Tor Stick pins, Cufl Links, Arrow Collars, etc., nil here in grand array your choosing. You can look here without buying as much as you please. Glad to show :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: you any day day. Boys, bring your rubber and Iron to J. S. Gott ou Depot Street for hl(h prtoss. MAIN ST. RHODUS STORE HAYES THE QUALITY BEREA, KY. April 27, ion. THE CITIZEN. lioro Pace 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." R. H. CHRISMAN, Phone 26 or 46 Berea, Sunday, at Oak drove. W, Anderson, our mill man, full uud broke his leg k'1 nbovu thu knee. Drs. Maliuffey nnd lust Sunday. Ned Freeman Mrs. In nt once. Kva guest of Morris weru called Miss Ada Kstrldgo was the nnd Martha Chadwcll visited friends Miss Mnrgnret llodklns last Saturday at Make, Friday and Saturday. Km- night Mr. and Mm. Hardin KMd ry ' Peters was a welcomo visitor in and family also Mr. Floyd Klild nnd lllake, Sunday. Win. Mnjs nnd John wlfo wort tlui guests of Mr. JncK Crlfflth, U. S. Marshals. W. T. Short. Kldd nnd faintly at Taint l.lck taut (S. I). C. and (. J. Gentry, Bjx'cl.'il Sunday. moonemployee, recently captured EASTERN KENTUCKY (Contlnurtt (turn lift four LAUREL COUNTY IIO.MIAM llonham, April, 21. Mltchel limner and Kfflo Witt weru quietly married. April lllth. Wo wtxli them a lonK nnd happy life A flno boy nnd girl were liorn to Mr. nnd Mrs. Julu Splvcy the l'Jth. Thu lltttlo girl died but thu boy and his mother nru getting along wry well. JaincH Hamilton who lias been off in tho plcturu business for shine, distilleries. Alfred and Henry I'audlll, Koscou Creech, Abo Flanery, Jeff Illnl, Sam Allen, Susan I Herd .ind .Tom lllenl wero captured nnd I held to nnswer at tho Federal Coutt tat Itlchmond, April 23. Frank Mooro I of Knoxvlllo Is visiting friends and relatives In tho surrounding nclgn- ' borh(K)d. Dr. Mahaffey was at Is- land Creek, Thursday, on business HICKTOW.N , lllcctown, April 22. Wo nro having Noaser Winn lout a Kood niaro n few lots of rain, and farmers an) badly beMathlas days ago with something Ilk) ' hind with their work. llornsby has moved to Jackson Co. scratches. 'do sold his place to Dock Wilson uf OWSLEY COUNTY Meadow Creek for $1,100. Wilson Is ISLAM) CITV moving this week. Daniel Duff has Inland City, April 21. School closed movod to this place from Cow Creelw April 7th. at Oak CJrovo. .Mr. WilSovornI will recelvo tho ordinance liams was teacher nnd he and fami- of baptism nt Grassy Branch the first ly loft for their homo In Richmond, Snturday In May, by Itov. Cordell Monday. Tho Itov. Harvey Johnson Tho Itov. Mcesrs. Isaac Cab-lnr- d preached a very Interesting sermon. and Hill Mcintosh preached fit quite a whllu has returned home s. was tho gu.'st of her bro.twr, Moody, Inst Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson spoilt, Monday, w,th tliolr son, 0. I'. Jackson of Itlchmond. ill l 1 -- Mr. and Mrs. Wlllio Mundy spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John SHAPE SHAPE Gulnn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Itolllo Hiddcll spent Saturday and Sunday wltn their foii, Arthur Itlddlo, of Paint Lick. Mrs. Cam Lewis nnd daughter, Kva, wero shopping In Itlchmond, Monday. Tho Misses Margaret nnd Proctor Votes spent from Friday till Sundiy ttith their brother, John Yates, of was Itlchmond. Miss Suda Powell tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Hoy Hud-o- n Be sure your foot it properly fitted and other troubles will of Dreyfus, Sunday night. Arch look small to you. Murray made a business trip to Richmond, Saturday. Terrlll nnd Dock Lunsford, of Clay County, were tlw The pleasure of a pair ef guests of their parents a few days spent lust week. Mrs. Mark Flanery Thursday with Mrs. Jno. Powell. William Curtis, tho little son of will make your every day life a Joy indeed Mr. and Mrs. Asa Parks has been very Blck for some time. Mr. and Anatomically designed "Korrect Shape" Shoes cannot Mrs. Whit Moody were the guests of help but fit any foot. Yours is no exception. Let us prove it. 5k Mr. and Mrs. Alex Azblll, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Joe rcirlll la very Ijw BUHT Jh PACKARD CO., Miktn sick. Mrs. Jno. Powell and daughBrocktan, Matt. ter, Suda, nindo a business trip to Richmond, Tuesday. Harts, April 21. Several from hero attended church services at Macedonia, 5HAPE 5HAP Sunday. O. M. Payno of Dlsputan'u visited T. J, Lake, Sunday. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hawkins, April 1, a girl baby. There will be preaching at Harts church, Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. Everybody In invited to attend and hear the Rev. t.unsford preach. Allen Williams of rear Derca sicnt tho day with J. A. I have a farm consisting of 160 acres lying on the waters of South VanWInkle, Sunday. Roy Gadd went to Clear Creek Sunday evening. UradV Fork one mile he'ow Big Spiings in Jackson Co., Ky., most of it unley, the little son of W. 0. Gabbard, derlaid with coal, all under lence except 25 acres, 10 acres in orchard, cut his leg very badly but is now slow ly Improving. Mrs. Davis of Iterea h good two story framed building and thrte tenamcnt houses. Enough viBlted Mrs. McCluro, Saturday night. timber to keep up the farm. Peoplo are not gardening much This farm is one of the best farms in Jackson Co. I want to sell tho Lower school house on Indian Creek last Sunday to a largo crowd. In this vicinity on account of rain this farm and give possession this fall. Anyone vanting to look Mr. Ilowmau from Ilereu wnH hero nnd cold weather which keeps the over this farm call on V. R. liicknell who lives near by and he will ' tecently nnd purclmsed (mite a lot (.round too wet J. K. Hammond vis- show you the place, and write to me for prices. of ginseng .from C. H. Unbhard. The ited tho home of C. J. Lake, Sunday J Misses Nettle nnd Huttlo Reynolds of evening. i Cow Creek visited the Misses Pearl sii.vkk cki:i;k and Lucy (Inboard recently. Jns. It. Silver Creek, April 24. The heavy KENTUCKY. milliard was on Cow Creek last Satur frost has done considerable damage BEREA, day nnd Sunday. The entertainment In this section Sunday school U at the college on Cow Creek Inst Fri- progressing nicely with Messis. Rico Sons of Father Adam, Miss Ileuo day night was not us eujoyublo to nnd Durham as leaders. Miss Nannie Houser; Phlloumen Dlalekton, Ariel some as It would have been If It had Johnson was visiting at Mulllns StaQuartet. not been for some .drunken disorder- tion tho past week. Urown Keiley ly people there. Some of tho boys entertained quite n number of young Cock Fighting In Mexico. wero taken up and fined for disturbfolks at her home, Saturday night. In the smaller towns and villages ing tho crowd. J. K. Gabbard acted .Mr. nnd Mrs. W. U. Lake and sister, of Mexico the cock fight still holds "Written So Yon Caa Understand It' as prosecuting attorney against the Ella, visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Ambrose Its own In the hearts of the populace, I boys and ninilo quite n reputation as Mel lone on Indian Fort mountain, and no fair or public festival Is com' such. They were tried before Esq. J. Sunday. Uncle Billy Powell Is still plete without Its cock-pit- , which Is I.. Gabbard. b!ck. Hnllct Johnson of Paint Lick generally well advertised and made ono of the attractions of the festival of this MechanAt these festivals, as In the olden A wonderful story of the Proirrfssfascinating than ical Age. Instructive, but more days, betting Is still a feature of the any fiction. A magazine for Bankers. Doctors. CAN HOLD UP Lawyers. Teachers. Farmers. Business Men. Mansport, and often much money changes ufacturers. Mechanics. I las 1.200,000 readers every BREAD hands. month. Interests everybody. When you see one you Korrect Shape -- Wait von A i A ! Look at Them Now Korrect Shape Oxfords k R. J. ENGLE & SON, Berea, Ky. yNr 4 GOOD FARM FOR SALE Kentucky ! ' J. P. Bicknell J POPULAR iViECHANICS 300 Pictures Every 400 Articles ttz f; Month 250 Pages "- OU YOUR our newsdealer will show you one; or write the with confidence if publishers for a free sample copy. Broker's Occupation. you have made it of Cream of A broker Is a person who executes The "Shop Notes" Dept. flo'd'o Wheat flour. For there will be orders for the purchase or sale of things How to make repairs, and articles for stocks or other property; In other home and shop, etc no fault to be found with it from words an agent. The term brokerage "Amateur Mechanics" i p5?-,c"Jsr to make crust to center. Is applied to the buying and selling of furniture, wireless, boats, engines, magic, and all Include a sack of Cream of stocks or other property for others, the things a boy loves. ytcr. $tnolt cotfa ctnlt Wheat flour in your next grocery and the fee charged for the transac- ASK S1.SO pT NEWSDEALER15 Or AMnm YOUR order. Don't take any other kind. tion of such business Is also called POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE 22.1 W,Klntlon Si.. Oilcan There is only one best flour as brokerage. you'll acknowledge when you come to use the Cream of Wheat brand. for criticism understand why. Ask the man who reads it. 1 ? 30 ACRES good Blue Grass land. No improvements. 4 miles from Berea on pike. $50.00 per acre. 1- -2 Made by BEREA ROLLER MILLS Berea ANDREW ISAACS, Prop. Kentucky 1 III day. Lyman Uurnell, who moved to VTAOKKSVILLE Wagorsvllle, April 24. Mr. ond Mrs. Indiana about two years ago, returned Conglotou were tho guests of tho latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hdwards, Sunday. Mr. F. Berliner visited Miss Kntherine Wagers, Sunday. Miss Mary Wilson Is very kick. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Wilson nnd Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Wagers were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wagers, Sunday. Misses Hosa and Molllo Arvlno entertained a number of f i lends, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Arvlne spent Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Several men from here attended court at Irvine, Monday. ESTILL COUNTY visited homo folks, Saturday and Sun- Here's Some Cloth es Worth Reading. Lo.1 1 frank 200 ACRE FARM. Good improvements, 60 acres fine bottom land, balance timber. 8 miles from Berea. $4200.00. Terms. Thursday with his wife, who died on Tuesday of spinal meningitis. She was burled at tho Silver Creek cemetery, nnd leaves a husband and five living children. We all extend our heartfelt sympathy to tho broken hearted husband and little children. PHI DELTA RECEPTION 1 A FEW first class residence lots on a leading thorofare in Berea. Reasonable price. Easy pa3rments. DKKYFl'H SOME NICE residences in Berea for sale at a moderate price on easy payments. IN FACT, if you want Real Estate any where or of any kind, write and tell me what you want. I am in a position to render you valuable service in supplying your wants. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, G. D. Room 4, HOLLIDAY Ucrca Bank CS. Personal Representative of National Realty Co., Washington, D. C. Trust Building BEREA, KY. toastmnster, could not be surpassed, unci under Ills skillful direction tho ussemhled guests enjoyed most fully the toasts and music rendered of which It would bo difficult to choose KIM1STON the bott, nil being exceptionally good. Kingston, April 21. Miss Tho following Is tho program; Duet, Murray and Vernu I'urks ntado a business trip to Itlchmond, Monday. Miss the Misses Beocher and Iloesche; Tho Ithoda Bowman was tho guest of Stono Age, H. M. Racer; The GolSunday. John Cam li- den Age, L. J. Kurnosh; Tho UtopSuda I'owell, bel I and daughter, Kmliy, made a ian Age, W. B. Davison; Solo, Miss Luslnoss trip to Cincinnati, O., last Mario Stegor; The Daughters nf Tho week. Mrs. John Lawson of Mote Mother Kvo, L. P. Gabbard; Dreyfus, April 22. Date Lucons of Uhj County spent last week with Jas. I'uckotts. Dr. Iluker made a business trip to llerea, Saturday. Miss fiuda Powell of Kingston spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Hudson. Dr. and Mrs. Iluker spent Kastr Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Curtis Lulu. Mr. and Mrs. Jim lllllmore of Kings ton spent Sunday with Mrs. (IlllmoroV parents, Mr. ud Mrs. James Holland. Leila Klmlierlntn who has hnd rheir mutism In her neck for tho past few days Is some better. Mrs. Thomas Winkler Is slek this week. Myrtle Winkler who has been In llerea for tho past two months Is homo ngaln. l,ovl Klinberlulii purchased from A. Ilobluson of Ilereu a house and lot on Depot Street for $1,000 whleh Is now occupied by Mr. Halo. No banquet ever given by Phi Delta surpassed or oven equalled the Reception held In I'M Delta Halt last Saturday night. It was somewhat of n departure from tho usual custom but one that Judging from Its success has undoubtedly set a new und higher standard for tho society. To no particular event of tho evening could this success be attributed but to every ono. Tho beauty of tho ball, hung as it Is with Its many banners uud pictures, was greatly increased by wreaths of tho society colors hung about tho room. The lights, covered with black and orange, shining upon this, cast an unusually soft and mellow light over tho whole. A pleasant half hour of convocation and meeting of friends und partaking of slight refreshments of leu cream und enko wero followed by tho most enjoyable part of the ( evening tho program, Mr. Slaglo, us Every man excels at tome one thing. All around men in present day commerce have been displaced by specialists "one thing' experts. So It is with these Clothes. Every den tail of design Is created by an expert with a life time of experience. Ever fabric Is chosen, inspected, shrunk, cut and tailored by a smooth! running organization of masters at their craft. Qothcs like these are the result of sciencecoupled with In no other way broad experience. can their style, supremacy and extreme value be obtained. The simple assertion of clothes quality does not necessarily make the claim a factnor would it be wise for .you to accept the unsustaincd We do assertion. not ask you to accept other than proved claims. We arc ready with the garments themselves to submit the character of evidence that will con- Vlnce any judiccd nun. So it is as much to your advantage and Interest as ours ihat .you view this Goldman-Btcbru- special exhibit of Spring styles as early as it is poslblc whilc it is most I R. J. ENGLE Uerea. SOLD BY (So SON, Kentucky lifisaisasssssMlsssssw Page Six THE CITIZEN Tho jTMng fellow's hand gripped his arm in n sudden Scree clutch. "Yoivo been dreaming!" he exclaimed In a threatening voice. "Shut up!" Ho spoko tho words loudly. Then quickly drnnDlng his voice to a whisper ho added: "For Clod's snko don't betray her! They saw her with lis everybody knows that It was the king's wife with you!" Tho king's wife! Nathaniel wns too wenk to annlyzo tho words beyond tho fact that they carried tho dread truth of his fears deep Into his soul. Who would have como to him but Marlon? Who else would have kissed him? It was her voice that had whlsperod In his car tho thrill of her hand thnt had passed over his face. And this man had said that aho was tho wlfo of tho king! Ho heard the voices of other men near him but did not understand what they were say Ing. Ho knew that after a moment thoro was a man on each side of him holding him by tho arms, and me chanlcalty he moved his legs, knowing that they wanted him to walk. They did not guoss how weak ho wns how ho struggled to keep from becoming too great a weight on their hands, Ouco or twlco they stopped In their ngonizlng climb up tho hill. On Us top tho cool sen air swept Into Nathanlcl's faco and It was llko water to April 27, 1911 J1 SERIAL STORY CNj Nathaniel sal tip, Nell's striinc an back. There wns n light In tht room now nnd he eould reo his com panlon's faco, smiling nt him The sight of It was llko an elixir to him. Ho drank again nnd now llfo coursed through him. "Yes hell of a nolo" ho repeated drowsily "Sorry for you Nell " and ho seemed to sleep again. at his cnunir-nglngly- . DIFFICULTY IN RAISING PROFITABLE FLAX CROP At First Yield Is Success, but After Comparatively Few Crops It Rapidly Falls Until No Money Is Made Parasites Destroy Plants. God Uttered His Voice; the Earth Melted By PASTOR RUSSELL The Courage of Captain Plum By JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD panlon's fnco with n wet cloth. "I'm used to It, Nnt. Ilocn here before," ho raid. "Can you get tip? There's a bench over here not long enough to stretch 7011 out on or would have tnado you a bed of It. hut It's better than this mud to sit on." Ho put his arms about Nnthnulol and helped hlni to his feet. For a few moments the wounded man stood with 1 Noll laughed ns ho wiped his com tt Brooklyn TbnuU lliaitnlioos by Miftnt C Ktttner (Copyright 1 90S b BobtM-Mexrl- Do.) SYNOPSIS. Cant. Nathaniel Plum of tlio sleep Ty- pnoon. innus secretly on nonver minna, stronghold of tlis Mormons. Obartlah Price. Mormon councilor, confronts him tells him he la expected, and bargains for me ammunition nnoara me sleep, no binds Nat by a. solemn oath to deliver a package to Krnnklin Pierce, president of tho united States. Near Price's cabin Nat sees the frightened faco of n, young vomnn who aisappears in tno aarxness. leaving nn odor of lltscs. It develops that ars vibic 10 me isiana is to iiemnna act tlement of the klnc Strans:. for the loot Ing of his sloop by Mormons. Price shows Nat the kind's palace, and through a lnnow lie sees the lady of the lilacs, who Trice aava Is the king's nor on Hi wife. Calling at the king's oDIco Nat Is warned by a young woman that his life Is In dancer. Strang profcsse. indignation when he hears Nat's grlovnnco and promises to punish the guilty. Nat rescues Nell, who being publicly whipped, and the king orders the sheriff. Arbor Croche. to pursue and kill the two men. Plum learns that Marlon, the girl of the lilacs. Is Nell's sister. The two men plan to escape nn sioop nna ibko narion nnd Wlnnomo. daughter of Arbor Croche. nnd sweetheart of Nell. Nat discovers that the sloop Is cone. Marlon tells him that his ship lias been seized by the Mormons. She bees him to loavo the Island, telling him that nothing can enve her irom Birang. wnom sno Is doomed to marry. Plum finds Prico ravine mad. Hfcov-erinhe tells Nat that Strang Is doomed, that armed men are descending, on the Inland. Nat learns that Marion lias been f'lmmoned to the castlo by Htrflnp. Nat kills Arbor Crocho. and after n desperate fight with tho king, leaves him for dead. The avenging host from tho mainland on Ht. James. Nell and Nat take a part In Die battle and the latter Is noundcd. ni a parched throat. After a time It seemed a day of torrlble work and pain to him they camo to the streets of tho town, and in a half conscious sort of v. ay ho cursed at tho rabble trailing at their heols. They passed cloao to the tem ple, dirt and blood and n burning tor mcnt shutting tho vision of It from his eyos, and beyond tills thero was an other crowd. An aisle opened for them, ns It had opened for others ahead of them. In front of tho Jail they stopped. Nathaniel's head hung heavily upon his breast and ho nindo no effort to raise it. All ambition nnd desire had left him. nil desire but one, and tint wns to drop upon the ground and lie there for endless, restful years. What consciousness was left In him was ebbing swiftly; ho saw black, fathomless night about him and tho earth seemed slipping from under his feet. g. dragged him back Into life a volrc that boomed In his ears like rolling thunder nnd set every fiber In Win quivering with emotion. He drew himself erect with the Involun- A volco CHAPTER IX. Continued. He felt tho dash o( the water In tils face and It put now life Into him. Somebody bnd raised him to n Hitting posture and was supporting liim thero while a second person bound a cloth about his head.. Ho opened his eyes nnd the light of day shot Into them llko a stinging, burning charge of needle-pointand ho closed them Again with a sharp cry of pain. That second's glance had uliown htm that U was a woman who was binding his head. He had not scon her face. Beyond her he had caught ft s, half-forme- caught Nathaniel's eyes. "What's that?" ho asked, pointing toward It. "Clrub." replied Nell. "Hungry?" Ho went to the table and got tho plate of food. There wore chunks of boiled meat, unbuffered bread nnd cold potatoes. For several minute? they ate In sllenco. Now that Nathaniel was himself again Nell could no longer keep up his forced sprits. Both realized thnt they had plnyed their game and that it had ended In defeat. And each believed that It was his individual power to alleviate to somo extent the other's misery. To Neil what was nhead of them held no mystery. A few hours more and then death. It was only tho form in which it would come that troubled him, that made him think. Usually the victims of this dungeon cell were shot. Sometimes they wero hanged. Hut why tell Nathaniel" So he ate his meat and lre.nl without words. waiting for the other to speak, as tho other waited for him. And Nathaniel, on his part, kept to himself the secret of Marion's fato After they had done with the meat nnd the bread and th cold potatoes he pulled out his beloved pipe and tilled it with the last scraps of his tobacco, and as the fumes of It clouded round hid head. him quickly. Tho pain had gone from hla head and his eyes no longer hurt him. In the dim candlelight he could distinguish the four walls of the dungeon, glistening with tho water nnd mold that reeked from between their rotting logs. Tho floor was of wet. sticky earth which clung to his boots, and the nir that he breathed filled hl notrlls and throat with the uncomfortable thickness of a night fog at sea. Through It the candle burned In a misty halo. N.ir tho candle, which stood on n shelf-liktable against one of the walls, wns n big dish which e head?" "Nothing much," assured Nell. "Suspicious, though," ho grinned cheerfully. "Looks as though you were running an,1 somebody camo up nnd tapped you from bchlnif" Nathaniel's strength remitted to out moving. "I'm not very bad, I guess," he slid, taking a slow step. "Where la the sent, Nell? I'm going to wnlk to It What sort of a bump havo I got on the vision of many nnd tho glistening edge of tho sea. and as he lay with closed eyes the murmur of voices came to him. Tho support at his hack was taken away, sloyly, as If tho person who held hlin feared that ho would fall. Nathaniel stirfcned to show his returning strength and opened his eyes again. This time the pain was not so great. A few yards away he saw a group of peoplo nnd among them were women; still farther away, so far that his brain grew dizzy as ho looked, thero was a black moving crowd, lio was among the wounded. The Mormon women woro here. Down thoro along the shore among the dead had assembled tho population of St. JamcB. A strango sickness overpowered him and ho sauk back against his supporter. A cool hand passed over his face. It was a soothing, gentlo touch the band of the woman. He felt the sweep of soft hair against his cheek a breath whispering In his him-Hc- lf Strang Was Alive. strength of onn mustering the lust spasm of death and as they dragged him through the door he saw thero within an arm's reach of him tho great, living fnce of Strang, gloat ing at him ns If from out of a mist red eyed, white fanged, filled with tho vengcfulncss of n beast. The great voice rumbled i:i his ears again. "Take that man to the dungeon!" tnry CHAPTER X. sar. "You will he better soon." His heart stood Rtlll. "You will bo bettor" Against his rough cheek there foil tho soft pressure of a woman's lips. Nathaniel pulled himself erect, every drop of blood In him striving for the mastery of his body, hl vision, his strength. He tried to turn, but otrong arms seized blni from behind. A man's voice spoke to hi in. a man's attcngth held him. In nit agony of appeal Marlon's name hurst from his lips. warned the vole? behind him. "Are you crazyT" The arum rcloxed their hold and Nathaniel dragged himself to his knees. The woman was gone. As fur a be could floe thero wore people icon's (if them, hundreds of them multiplied Into thousands and millions as bo looked, until thero wuh only a black cloud about him. He staggered to his fret and n strong hand kept him from falling while his lira In slowly cleared. The millions and thousands and hundreds of people (Unsolved themselves Into the day until only n handful was left where he had keen multitudes. He turned his fare weak-lto the man beside him. "Where did she en?" he asked, It was a boyish faco Into which his pleading eyes gazed, a face white with tho strain of battle, reddened a little on one cheek with it smeur of blood, g and there was n startlod, irightened It was a wonderfully familiar voice look In It that did not come of tho that spoku to hint. strife that had passed "Hello there, Nat! Want a drink?" What aie you tatklug "Who? He gulped eagerly at tlw cool liquid about?" that touched his lips. "The woman," whispered Nathanl'. "Nell," hn whispered. "Ton womun Marlon who kissed "It's me, Nat They rhncttrd me In Hell' hole, Un't It',"' with "SU-h-!word-demony Winnsome's Verdict of Death. The voice tho condemning words followed Nathaniel as ho stnggercd on botween his two guards; It haunted him still ns tho cold chill of the rotting duugeon walls struck in his facu; it remained with him as he stood swaying In tho thick gloom the voice rumbling In his ears, the words beating against his brain until tho shock of them sickened him, until ho stretched out his arms and there full from him such a cry as had never tortured his lips before. Strang was alive! He had left tho spark of llfo In him, and the woman who loved him had fanned It buck Into full flume, Strang was alive! And Marlon-Ma- rlon was his wlfo! The voice of the king taunted him from tho black chaos that hid tho dungeon walls. The words struck ut him, (llllug his head with shooting pain, mid ho tottered back and sank lo the ground to get away from them, rimy followed, niid that vengeful leer of tho king was behind them, urging them on, until they beat his facu Into tho sticky earth, and smothered htm Into what ho tbnt'ght was death, There came rest after that, a long silent rest. When Nathaniel slowly climbed up out of the ebon shadows again tho first consciousness that came to him was that the had stopped their beating against h'.s brulu and that ho no longer heard the voice of the king. His relief was so great thnt ho breathed a restful Elgh. Somethiug touched him then. (Irrat God! wero they coming baek? Were they still tliTe waiting wait-I- soothing him In Itu old friendship, ho told of his fight with Strang aad his killing of Arbor Croche. I'm glad for Wlnnsornej sake." "Oh, If said Nell, after a moment. you'd only killed Strang'" Nathaniel thought of what Marion had said to him in the forest. "Nell," he said quietly, "do you know that Wlnnsorao roves you not as tho llttlo girl whom you totea about on your shoulders but as a woman? Do you know that?" In the other's silence ho added: "When I last saw Marion she sent this message tc you 'Tell Nell that ho must go, for Winnsome's sake. Tell him that her fate Is shortly to be as cruel as mine tell him that Wlnntrome loves him nnd that she will cscapo and como tc hlin on the mainland.'" Llko words of fire they had burned themselves In lila brain and as Nathaniel repeated them he thought ol that other broker, heart that had sobLed out Ita anguish to him In tho caatlt chamber, "NelU u man can dio easier when he knowt that n woman loves him!" Hu had risen to his feet and van walking hack and forth through the thick gloom. "I'm glad!" Nell's olce camo tc ns though he Bcarcel) him dared to apeak the words aloud. Aftel a moment hu added: "Havo you got would like to leave a pencil. Nat? a llttlo noto for Wlnusomo." Nathaniel found both pencil and paper In one of his pockets and Net' dropped upon his kneea In tho rilud besldo tint tnblc. Ton minutes later ho turned to Nnthnulol and n great cl'.pnge had come into his fnc. (TO HE CONTINUKm 1 I Tree Gives Dack Watch. A pickpocket wait dlic(ivered in tht uoodfa near Itiverhead. I.ong Island recently, hut waa not arrested. I wns n twig. In' December. Wis, I.. M Itajnor of Itiverhead was In tho nooda and unknown to him at tin timu .1 twl, pleked his pocket, neatly oxtractln, his watch, relates the New Vo- -l World. Ho did not know of hU losi until h reached homo and he did nrr know what had become of the watch Walking In the wouds tho other da Itaynor saw his waich depending fron n twig about tho level of his bend Ho believed hu must have bont tl.i tiuui'-.'- i down white passing and tha his pocket was picked nt that time Tho watch suffered no harm by It yer and a half exposure, hut starto tlcslitg when ho wound It up. How She Won Cut. "How did jou manage to catch tn man you wanted?" wo asVu;l of tht brlil r. "Ilj' pretending to .try to rutcu muu I didn't want," L rr"Xcuxxd TRXT We will not foar llioush the mountain be carried Into the tulilt of tha sea.I'salm 11:1 I have chosen for my toxt mia topic, 11 symbolical prophecy which, t believe. Is rapidly Hearing riilllllment All Illblo students rucognlxu the fact thnt many of tho Psalms tire Messianic; that la to any, they apply to the limn of tho Inauguration of .Millennial Kingdom. 801110 of them dntall the pcaco nnd Joy ntnl blessings which will then prevail rmong men, when the great turollng processes of thnt tlmo will rnlgo nil Prawlng from a crosi section of a diseased tlax stem, shnnrlnir the ny the tux the worthy poor and degraded nnd fungus produce countless numbers of spores nn the shies nt the straws- II. will humble all the proud, establishwilt fiber cells: W, woody cells. V, rungu threads or lllaini-nts- , K. skin of the IU plant; 8. mature wilt fungus spore. The msKnlncntlon of the figure on the rlitht Is ing Foclety under such now comlllitniH to cause 'pares to approximately suincient times longer than th.ir real that tho new order of things Is ly are. styled In the scriptures "n now heavens and a new uurth, where(Dy II, l IIOl.t.KV. North Dakota Agrikeep tiny weeds from growing, and. in dwollelh righteousness" (II. Peter cultural Experiment Htttlnn.l If It tends to become loose, th packIII, 13). Oilier of tho Psnlms doHcrlhn The high prlco of flax seed and of er should bo put n again. In hlKhly figurative terms the work of Its various associated In tho spring this ground should tho .Millennial Age. For Instanco. wo with the offects of the great drought not Im) loosened up with disk, hut rend; which haB occurred In tho flax seed should be only surfaced ati.t pucked "Therefor will not wo fear, though (trowing regions of America, tends to so as to iiinkn It firm enough to hold tho earth bo removed, and though tho ni&V.e tho question of cropping to tlax tho weight of tho drill without the mountains bo carried into the midst ono of extreme interest. disks or shoes cutting any deeper of the sea." Kear Is tho great tor Tho short crop of 1910 was. In part, than one Inch, The planting should tnent of thn mnjorlty of our rnro. It duo to the excessive drought nnd In follow Immediately after the last stir- Is the lash adversary frepart to the very Intense action of the ring of the ground, and If thero Is quently uses which thoawny to drive from (lod root diseases of llax under drought any tendency to loosen, a heavy roller thoso who need bin sympathy nnd conditions. The drought not only cut or float should bo put on to down lovu and succor. To Bticli tho Ixird down the ylold on now land where the soil around tho seed, speaks tenderly saying. "Come unto clean and properly treated seed was me. all yo thnt labor and aro heavy sown, but on those lands which were laden, and I will glvo you real." And Infected hy It practicalagnlu, tlod declares his namo tit b ly eliminated tho crop. Iivo and says, "Their fear toward tun Many of the finest fields that wer? Is taught by tho precepts of men" to be recti growing during this season not by his word (Isaiah xxlx. M). Ho also suffered severely by early frosts. would have us trust him as n groat, In most canon, the tlax was late on CalUn to Animal Will lift ve Won ilerful Influence til llr Inslns Iter loving, generous father, saying. "Mktheso Holds, not because the fanners as a father pltleth his children, rn tho Daclt Into I.lne Method bad sown too Into, but because the Tendtt tolncrenrvc Hoturno. Lord compasslonoth thos ho rover-enccondition of the seed bed prevented him" (Psalm till, 13). Ah love, germination until rain fell moro love, perfect love, C01110.1 Into tlly ntANC'l-- S J llOKNOKIt This very droughty vear, therefore. Kach cow should hare a name, our hearts It more and morn casta out should not bo taken as nil index as to which should always he spoken when thet fenr which the adversary would what can bo done with llax In the fu approaching This ono point Incident nnd which has burned Into ture. And, now that we know most counts for much In tho successful men's minds and conscience the "docof the causes which bnto brought handling of a herd. Suppose tho cows trines of do, lis," to which tho upoHtlii about the rapid deterioration of the aro slowly filing into the barn, and refers (I Timothy lv, 1). crop on new lands, thero Is no reason you Tho fact that tho fcrlptttres prophetsee that Itosn Is about to go Into why flax iced growing should not tho wrong stall, a quick call of ically describe tho overwhelming of prosper In a manner not previously "Itose!" will nttract tier Attention, nnd the social order nnd tho gruat governpossible. It was long known that flax she will forget that she was about to ments of tho enrth must not bo un subject to rust and blights, but It K( to her neighbor's stall to steal n derstood to signify that tho lllbb Is only of Into years that Investigamouthful of her feed. If Rosn when counsels revolution or anarchy. On tions have been such as lo demon tn the ynrd, Is about to hook another thn contrary, all of Co J'. peoplo strata that plant diseases Infesting member of the herd, and just nt thnt throughout the scriptures aro conn tho soil aro the chief routes of tho moment bears her name called, shn seled to llvo peaceably with all men. rapid deterioration In llax yields on will forget what she was nbout to so far as oalble. They aro counnow lands. do. Again suposd the herd Ih slowly seled not to uno carnal weapons, not It Is the history of the flux crop, wending Its way down tho lano to the to tako to tho award for thn t,oltlo thnt on now lauds It at first Is a suc- pasture, and someone has troughf-lehjl- nieut of disputes, but rather to suf cess, but that after comparatively open, leading fer Injury. Thoy am counseled that left a side-gatfew crops tho yield rapidly falls until Into a grain Held. Itoso Is In the lend; tlod Is the great Over-Ird- , and thnt it is no longer profitable. Farmers and, as you seo her turning toward although hu Is' not now ruling directhare usually assumed that tho soil Is the open gate, a quick, sharp call of ly amongst men ho Is fully tho masdepleted chemically, that some neeex-sar- "floso!" will exert n wonderful In- ter of tho situation tn that bu could nt chemical element Is removed nnd fluence In bringing her buck Into any time overthrow nil oppoiienla. many noted agriculturists have line. It is by such methodr that n not acknowledge thnt hit will la claimed that flax cropping Is hard on herd can be gradually taught to do now done in tho earth, but tells ui the roll. Injuring It for other crops. the right things, to save you many that It will bo donu by ami by nnd These (tellers, 1 believe, havo been steps, and at tho same tlme bring a encournges us to pray and tn hopo unit disproved. Flax Is not particularly larger return to watt for It He tells us that Hntan In now tho "Prlnco of HiIh world" by hard upon the soil, but the methods of cropping havo usually boon enro-les- s vlrtuo of tho fact that ho deceives thn Feed the Duckling. and of such nature that the sollt minds nnd hearts of tho majority, (lod Crow lag ducklings thrive best on a would have his people speedily hecomo Infected by Ilnx paraunderstund parts, hy something of his great program, feed composed of equal sites, which destroy the- - plants measure, of common!, gruuuil peas, he would keep this hidden from but Theso considerations make the all questions as to what to do in order to bran and mlilllngs, all mudn into- - a others; hence tho luiposidblllty of ex thick mash, either with scalding hot plaining spiritual thlugH to n carnnl grow flax on now lands nnd upon old water or milk, tho latter being tho mind (I Corinthians II, II). "Nom of lands of the greatest Importance. If tho flax Is not planted after corn, best tho wicked shall understand." (l)auh'l tho ground should bo plowed ns early ill, 10). Productive Land In Augii3t or September as possible, The great creator has contented and tho plowing should be followed We should try to mako every acre himself with such a Hiiporvltiton of huImmediately by a heavy packer of of the farm produce something If It man nnTnlrH lis leaves much respou- some sort, which will tend to firm cau do nothing else, eurourago a Mblllty in human hands. Ho merely down the land. After this, tho Held growth of valuable trout for future Interferes to raise up or to rust down should bu surfaced sufficiently on occasions when the Intercut of hU to lumber or fuel caut'o and program may demand. For Insta'ice, thn case of tho Pharaoh. raised tn tho throno of Kgypt. tn day. (lod thero rnlsed to thn throne n mnu of great determination. and hindered from reaching the Ihrotid other men not so favorable to thn car rying out of tho dlvlnii purposes. Thus, without Interfering with tho free moral agency of the king, (!od used tho wrath of man to pralso him and tho remainder ho restrained, similarly. God previously raised Josoph to tho governorship of Kgypt for hi own purposes. We aro not of thorn who would harass, tho minds of our fellows with fear. Kathor wo would point them to tho fact that behind this cloud of troublo thero Is a glorious silver HuOPCMAPD g ll!;; of millennial Joy mid Moaning for til the fumllloii of tho uarlh, Itathvr wo would encourage all who have thn hearing ear to zeal and faltlifuliiMH In their consecration, that they tiniv 'mako their calling nnd their elect Ion aire" to sharo In tho kingdom glo KirCHCN OABDtN ries and "cscnpu those things comtng upon tho earth" (I.uko xxl, 30). In it word, tho KOfepcl of Christ Id not a OBCtlAPD cietungo of damnation nnd fear nnd torture, but, as tho angels declared. 'Good thing. of great Joy which shall 'jo unto nil peoplo" (I.uko II, 10). lleglnulng with the sixth vorao th,i Prophet gives u brlof synoptical plr turo of tho tlmo of troublo nnd Its consummation and tho Inauguration Df universal peaco. "Tho heathen peoples) ragodl" (Qcntllo Theso words describe tho tumult which will prevail amongst humanity In tho groat lime of troublo before the climax U reached. "Haglnc" angry voices urine poaod to storms, Tho Illustration from public incullngs, and la tho mora; New settlers establishing themselves on homesteads havo a good shows In a genoral way what may bo prlvato mcotluga of tho lodgeii of labor apportunlty to plan tho grounds to done In planting trees on the north, md capital, and through tho columns extont permitted. iiutke thorn couVcajont and to arrango west and south. Tha details can bo if tho press to n Ocrmauy tho "rngiug" prsa for fur it cltcr belts on tha !ds tr.ost x-- arranged to suit Individual tastes. loiuu tluio br.3 leen tanzz'.ed 11 Mm-slnh'- s app-f.im GIVING COWS POPULAR NAME - hr y e y LAYING OUT NEW FARMSTEAD Mo.-ies- ' JIIIIP ill I I I "m &AW-YAL?D , p 11 a fwj tti April 27, 1911 THE CITIZEN CAN TURN Page Seven POULTRY THEMSELVES OUT u Automatic Door Invented for Reltaa-InFlock Where Poultrymen Forgets It on Warm Day. KING UZZIAH HUMBLED Scadsy Tbo accompanying drawing will need but little explanation to active nnd up poultrymen. It Is needless to say "the early bird entches tbo worm." We nil know that when tho fowls uro confined any considerable length of time beyond tho time of regular releasing they beennio much worried, which unfits them for best results, writes J. V. (Irlflln In tho A Irlghtencd or Farmers' llevlew. EXCELLENT NESTS FOR HENS worried hen noon loses Interest In egg production nnd It requires Thote Made of Metal Have Much to time and great rnre to get Commend Them on Ground of Cleanllneu and Sanitation. to kiool Ltsioe far May 7, 1011 Sfadallr Arrtnttd (or This Paper 1 1, M0LERN TOWNS ? 1855 Berea College THE MOUNTAINS. Over 64 instructors, 1365 students from 27 states. Largest college library in Kentucky. NO SALOONS. i? FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL ory Vrrma I.KBHON TnXT 13, Chronicles SC. Mem- OOI.IJBN TKXT "ITMe goMh before drutructlon, and an haughty spirit b fore a fnll."Prov K ill. TIMR-Uxila- t0. IN ENGlAND 'a"r (rem II. C. toe to U. C. 7SS; (Hnntlngi) D. (', Wl to "19. Uiilnli tnny Inve lin"om a about fl. C. TS'. Jotliam being the li's rrlcn extend Wrech-rr- nsnt from Pt.Af'n-Th! II. In Rlialmaneitr lit. - Amos. Ilodfa, IsaJah. the riMll'HCTSZecnarlali of our lesson. th.it time. Temple IxriUl, Rulstip tc Be Like a Restricted American Suburb and to Have Every Modern Convenience. a competition among sixty-twmany of them of International distinction, plans havo been chosen for tho great rtudy-aindtowns on the outskirts of London, which Is to be created on tht ItuMlp estate of KIdrs College Caubridgr, The plnre is eighteen minutes by last train from the Wtt Knd. The estates of the college comprise thirteen hundred acres. An "nernted suburb" Is what the Ixmdon papers c&li it. The Itulsllp town planning experiment will be the moH extensive undertaking of the kind In the wor.d. TLert are to bo 7.612 houecc, divided according to lenta), as follows: runt, J.VO or more ., , It t.:t flini. nut e J Ml Itinl, nut uri'illnit S3TI 3 S.'C Hrnt. lint eirriillnj; IUV) About eight hundred and thirty-sevencres will be devoted to building plots, two hundred and flfty-fir"ncres to parks and other open spaces and one hundred and eighty-fou- r actcn to road . Nowhere on tho estate am there to be more than ten house on an acre. In some places tn Ilulsllp there v.ill be only two or three dwellings to tbo acre. Tho central avenj of the garden town Is to havo a grais strip along Its center, flanked on either side by a 30 foot roadway. A church will face each end of the avctiue. There are to be, of course, a theater, a club, a municipal building, schools, un arcade, a concert hall, a library, a monument, a golf courre. a o In Ayrla, On KIKOH-- ln Jeroboam Jrualem. After architect!-- , o A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with other til hunself, where he can make most rapid progress. The um of metnl nnd concrete In llio construction of nil kinds of buildings Is gaining rapidly In ixipularlty. V se It not only In our houses, but In llio modern dairy barns nml poultry plants. This Is brought nbout on grounds of economy nnd efficiency; inetnl In stronger, renrs longer, octuple loss space, In Immune Id fire nnd Inimical to Insect llfti nnd disease. Kor tbo latter reason Its iiho iipponln Htrongiy to the iouliry breed-t- . Metal perches, nests, nnd even im grounds tin-til- have- - much to rommetid thorn of cleanliness utitl good sanitation. Especially la thin true of Iioiihoh Working Automatic Door. nests, n row of which In hI.ouii In Ihu Illustration. Of nil rontrltan-tcl crt!-icr- llio wooden box litis proved Itself tho homo of llco nnd mites; Its and crack arc tho delight of tbrso pi'BtlferloiiH enemies of fowl life. Tu bo mire the netting muterinl enn tin- bo changed nnd burned, box sprayud or fumigated, but In tplto of nil precaution a few atray specimens will f scape In Mime rrark or crevice In tho wriod. With tbo metal neat her In proper shape again. Now for fear that you forget to turn the flock from their roosting quarters ramc warm day, make one of then- - auto- matic release doors. Thin arrangement Is attached to tho outside of the building ordinarily where the small drop door Is located. This release door should be covered with mesh wire netting. This will show the hens the light, and they wilt bo Induced to reach It. In ho doing they will walk over the false bottom, tho one to which the trlgeer wire Is attached and her weight will rnlio tho hook that keeps the door In place, the door will Bwing open and all the flock will be released. half-Inc- Combination Metal Neits. THREE-PE- N POULTRY In HOUSE certainly not rouble. The only chance of Infection lit from the bird Itself to tho netting mntcrlal, which In of minor consequence, unless n louay hen happens to precede a clean one In occupying the nest. Metal nests romc In iefral patterns. One atyle la for hanging on tht wall, from which It can be easily removed and cleaned. Othera are made In combination as shown In the Illustration, alro tn sluglcs and In Kor shipping they palm and trios. arc knocked down; their construction In mtch that no rlwts or Holder la required to net them up ready for uae. have Ion Cslvanlzed Iron coop been u fenture of eastern and European nhown, and we ran are no rea-towhy metal limine will not prove equally desirable. Where tried. thin lu Arrangement Shown Illustration Glvea Large Amount of Yard Space for Chickens. The Illustration nhown a very useful poultry house for threti pens of fowls, with yards arranged for the same number. The house la 30x30 feet and will accommodate 100 fowls. The hallwny takes but little room out of the Interior and yet It communicates with all three pens. The Inside divisions are of wire netting, allowing the suushtne that enters at ono side uf the house to fall Into the pens; but tho houso should bo so located that three sides may receive morn- - the murder of King Joash he was succeeded by his eldest f.on, Amazlah, a man of piety end force, iio slew tho murderers of bis father, sparing their sous, and then turned upon tho enemies of his country, the Kdomltes south of the Head Sea, who had been ravaging southern Judca. Hclilrcd thousands of mercenaries from tho Northern Kingdom, to aid him In tho war. When n prophet rebuked him for thus Involving himself with an Idolatrous nation ho dismissed the mercenaries, who, on their way home, plundered the cities of Judab. Amazlah went on, however, and wltb his own troops conquered the Kdomltes In the Valley of Halt south of the Dead Sea, and tboroughly subdued the cruel nation. He brought borne wltb him some of tho Kdomltc Idols and worshiped tbem, thus dishonoring Jehovah, who had so signally helped b'.m. in favor of gods who had proved their own powerlessness! A courageous prophet rebuked him, but we are told what tbc effect was. In his pride of success, and perhaps to avenge the towns which tbo Israel-itlsmercenaries had plundered, he sent a boastful message to Joash king of Israel, challenging him to fight. Joash promptly accepted tho challenge, completely worsted Amazlah, captured Jerusalem, and went away with all the treasure of the Temple and royal palace, and with many of the citizens as hostages. Amazlah to continued reign for fifteen years, but his subjects never were contented, and at last they rose In revolt and murdered him. The son of Amazlah, Uzzlab, a lad of sixteen, was chosen by the people. He continued his father's conquest ot the Kdomltes by fortifying Kloth, an Important city at the head of the eastern branch of the lied Sea, thus putting Judah In a position to renew the rich commerce with India which Solomon had established. Uzzlah's was a religious life. He did that which was right In .the sight of the Lord. He followed Amazlah in the better part of hi life, and not In his Idolatry. There is no better preparation for the eyes of the world than to be conscious ever of God's eyes upon us. The period of Unlah and Jeroboam was the golden age ot Israel. As a result ot conquest and of commercial enterprise the accumulation of wealth was greater than bad ever been known before. Tho rich lived In palaces of hewn stone and of Ivory. While the nobles flourished, the poor grew constantly poorer. The peasant proprietors were crowded out, and nil the land came Into the bands of a few great nobles. The Israelites sank to the position of serfs. Prosperity has more perils than adversity, and pride Is one of them. Dressed, ac cording to Josephus, In priestly attire, and perhaps on the celebration of sumt high national feast, L'zzlah presumed to enter the Holy Place, which It was death for any but a priest to enter, and to offer incenso upon the sacred altar. Uzztah appears to have detlred to become supreme pontiff as well as king, and to exercise the same dual functions as tho Egyptian Pharaoh were wont to do. He bad to disregard the direct command of Jehovah that tho priests alouo should burn Incense on his altar; he bad to despise the history of his ptople, to defy the holy amo by which he himself was called. years was Thus a reign of fifty-twspoiled In an hour. What terrible punishment came to Uzztah? The Infliction of that most loathsome, Incurable disease, leprosy Thus Miriam bad been punished, and Gebazl. According to Josephus, It was at this very moment that the famous earthquake of Uzzlah's vtlgn occurred. For the rest ot his Ufv ho lived In a separate house. It wax perhaps some place lu the country to whlcn the king confined himself. We are not told whether be repented of tho sin that be bal committed; but we may perhaps assume that ho did so. The story of Ahaz reinforces the warning that comes to us from the story of Uzzlab. The pride of Ahaz wan prldo ot opinion; that of Uriah was prldo In accomplishment. Pride may spring from good looks, tine clothes, plenty of money, a keen Intellect, distinguished social position. A boy may be vain of his and a girl ot her white bands. Whatever may be tte source oi it, pride h always a terrible danger. Pride Is lndeeu like a icprosy. It makes us hideous to look upon, though all the while we think we are beautiful. It causes our spiritual body to decay and portions of It to drop off, though all the while we think we art Increasing. It Isolates us from human companionship, though all the while we think that others are not good enough to associate with us. Ob, let us be on our guard against this lep rosy-siot Uzzlah's! And if we suspect that we are harboring pride, let us remember that there Is One who can cure it, and One only. It U lie bads the Us be clean. free-born n Which Department Will You Enter? THE MODEL SCHOOLS for the bo least advanced. Sam lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced atudents. AiithtneUa and the common branches taught In tho right way. Drawing, Singing, Blblat Handwork, Lessons In Farm and Household Management, ota Frss Uxt books. TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade (fractions as compound numbers), Brickwork, Farm Management, Printing, Woodwork. Nursing, Dressmaking, Household MsnagomenL "Learn and Earn." ACADEMY, REGULAR COUR8E, 2 years, for thoM who have largaly flnlshed common branches. 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APPEALS TO highest educational standards. courses fit for the profession ot teaching. 71rs4 NORMAL, 3 and s year, parallel to 8th grade Model Schools, enables one to got a certificate. Following years (winter and spring terms) give the Informatlos culture and training necessary for a true teacher, and cover branches ascsa-sarfor State certificate MUSIC, Singing (free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano. Thsory. Band, may be taken as an extra In connection' with any course. Small extra flrtt-claay fees. Expenses, Regulations, Opening Days. Dcrea Collego is not a money-makinInstitution. All the money re colved from students is paid out tor their benefit, and the School expends on an average upon each studont about fifty dollars a year mors than bs pays in. Tills great deficit Is mado up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who aro supporting Berea In order that It may train young men and wcas for lives of usefulness. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protsot the character and reputation of the young people. Our students coma froth e best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may bo sick the Collego provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except thoso with parents In Berea live tn College buildings, and assist In work ot boarding ball, farm and abops, receiving raluabls training, and getting pay according to tbe value ot their labor. Except In win. ter It Is expected that all will have a chsncs to earn a part ot their suspenses. Write to the Secretary Mfors coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc.. vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate ts the bee, but as students must attend claasos regardless of the weather, warm wrap and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes, aro necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas aa4 other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no rent for tho fine buildings In which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing ot bedding and towels. Kor tablo board, without coffee or extras, 11.35 a week la the fall, and S1.S0 tn winter. For room, tarnished, fuel, lights, wash. Ing ot bedding, 40 conts a week In fall and spring, 60 cents In winter. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee tot return ot room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and Is returned when tlie student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care ot school bull hospital library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot teachers nil our instruction Is a freo gift). Tho Incidental Fee for most students Is JS.tM) a term, G In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 in Collo-gla- to g "BOY NATURE' Officials of French Reformatory Find Gardening Work an Aid in ' Reformation. French gardening has rceently been Introduced into many reformatory schools. In one Instr.nce a group of smart uniformed boys, most ot them towu boys convicted of theft, were to be seen engaged In bunching rhubarb. Their evident pleasure In their work was greatly Increased by a precise knowledge of Its commercial value. The patch was rather less than an ncre. and It produced $425 worth of produce last year. In round figures the 100 boyB belonging to this particular reformatory have 100 acres of land to live on and to work. Parts are thick with plum and other fruit trees; gooseberries small and fruit underneath, and earlier In the year bulbs or other flow ere made gay lines between the goose YARD brecderH clalni them a success. HELP IN POULTRY CHOLERA VA(?D -- J PTrti Important Experiments With Serum Depend Upon Live Material-Specim- ens Arrive Dead. J n y-- f w iTf YAt?D . cholera be prevented by Injecting serum Into the diseased fowlH? The rerun) method of treat-incprevents cholera in hog, and If tho case In In tta firm Hinges, will euro ft. Hut will scrum work equally well In combating the disease when contracted by fowls? This la what F. H. Jacoby, of the poultry department, nnd W. K. Stouder, of tho veterinary Can poultry A Three-Pe- Poultry House. i department of the Kansas State Agricultural college, are eager to know. Of roursu they will ub n different kind of serum, suited to the differences between cholera In hogs and In poultry. Inability to get diseased fowls to operato upon Is retarding tho progress of experiments now being conducted to Investigate this question. Mr. Jacoby and Doctor Stouder wish to communicate with owners of flocks where the dlsenso hna started. The only fowls received up to tbo present died In transit. Few fowls live moro than thrco days after contracting the disease. If they are not started to tho, college In the early stages of tho disease they are. likely to arrive In a worthless condition for the experiment. Grow Laying Hens. If you want hens that will lay, now ts tho tlmo to begin to grow them. Hecuro eggs of pome of the standard laying breeds nnd raise some chicks as early oh possible this spring. Next fall they will be ready for business. Do not expect heavy lnylng from breeds. g Ing. noon and afternoon Bun. The plan Is followed, according to Orange Judd Farmer, for dividing the yard outside as for dividing tho space Inside the house. This gives a largo amount of yard space, with yards conveniently located. This building In shingled all over tho outside, with the heaviest building paper under the shingles, and may cither bo sheathed or lathed nnd plastered Inside. berries. In these schools the work on the land is eonsldcrcd to bo the prime agent in restoring character and in reviving wholesome Interest. In ono case tho laud suporta the establishment without nny external aid beyond the per capita grant. The farm and Kanltn pay as well as educate, and educate the better for raying. After leaving school the boys keep In close touch with their old masters; they are visited, they write letters; they come back to visit the school. Tho cystcm Is so thorough that a record of 90 per cent, of successes has been kept. Ninety of every hundred get nnd keep good employment. courses. 1 tht 'erni. PAYMENT MUST DE IN ADVANCE, Incidental feo and room rent bp board by tbo half term. Installments aro aa follows: Vocatioial, FALL Model School 6.00 G.C0 7 Normal and academy $ 6.00 6.60 9.45 121.05 9.46 $30.50 $3 COO 6.00 6.00 9 00 $21.00 9.00 $30.00 $29.60 $ 6.00 4.00 6.76 $16.76 College Incidental Fee Hoom Hoard, weeks f 9.45 20.05 9.45 129.50 $29.00 $ 5.00 6 00 4 00 . 7.00 6.1 C 9.41 Amount due Sept. 14, 1910 Board for 7 necks, due Nov. 2, 1910.. I22.0J 9.41 $31.61 $31. Of $ 7.0f 6.01 9.0 than pays the expenses Incurred tn tho orchard. Now la us good a time as you can select to give tho henhouse a thorough cleaning and disinfection. Ducks are nervous creatures and will often lose much flesh on account of their nervousness at night. Keep sharp gravel within reach of the young at all times. Charcoal, too, arc rella beneficial, and oyster-shells The flock of pure-bre- fowls moro ished. Once a week pour enough coal-ot- l In tho drinking water to form a scum over tbo top. It Is a good roup pre- ( Don't Crowd Chicks. Too many chicks In one yard, coop or brooder Ih disastrous. Older chirks will trumplu on and crowd out younger onox, and the ones last hntehed stand small show for feed growth, or even life. It la best to sepnrate broods widely all over the orchard. Watch Guinea's Neat. Qutueit fowls will now bo laying, and u watch must bu kept on their nests, us it In their nature tn hldo them. The eggs had better bu hutched by bens. Olve Turkey Hen Large Coop, aivo the turkey hen and her brood eoop largo enough for the mother to move, about and stand erect In, and you won't be so apt to bars bad Ivek. ventive. A carefully made, roomy nest of hay with a nod or grass bottom forms, In my estimation, tbo best kind of nest for sitting. The open range Is best for young turkeys, but they must not bu allowed out during a shower or before tho grass ts dry, If an abundance of good sharp grit h constantly on hand the many that spring from indigestion can be prevented. Never allow a draft to blow over young turkeys: cover their windows with poultry netting, then muslin, until very sovtre weather sets In. eggs, stale bread soaked In sweet milk and squeezed until It and sour milk curds Is crumbly, squeezed quite dry, are the reccgnlzed feeds for the young until they are old enough to eat wheat. In an experimental way eggs hav been batched In bee hives by a New Jersey farmer, who found that the Inright terior of the hives was Just Umperature. Hard-boile- Parks and School Gardens. Nothing of public Import that ha happened tn years has given more entire satisfaction than the recent extraordinary growth of Interest In moMinentE tending to restore to dwellers lu our crowded towns and cities a ohnnce of living natural lives enriched with garden delights. For a whole century our people up .vent on unthinkingly building great aggregations of dismal bricks and mortar unrelieved by greenery, flowers and open spaces. Tho Immense economic advantages of commerce and manufactures carried on in great communities blinded our fathers to the social consequences of what wa occurring. Clean Vacant Lots and Parkways. All the weed seeds In vacant lots and parkways havo now started, and if the soli is overturned no other weeds will come except from a very These nro few seeds still dortuunt easily overcome a little later by reason of their small number, and also because the soil may easily be stirred after tho first loosening, Left until late In the season, the task of destroying the weeds Is a hard one. It la simply a question of much or llttlo labor or the stitch in time. Advertising A a City. Total for term If paid In advance WINTER Incidental Fee Room Soard, 6 weeks Amount due Jan. 4, Board for C weeks, Total for term If paid In 1911 d-- e Ftb. 16, 1911. $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $?S.S0 $ 5.0fl $22.0( 9.04 $31.04 $30.64 $ 7.01 4.01 6.71 $17.71 6.7$ advanc -- SPRING Incidental Fee Hoom Board, . 5 weeks 4.00 6.75 $15.75 Amount due March 29, 1911 6.75 Board for 5 weeks, due May 3, 1941 . (.75 tlon of a week.) On board, icfund In full. there ts a large kiss occaOn room and "Special Expenses," sioned by vacant rooms or depleted clusses, and the Institution will refund f of tho amount which the student has paid for the remalntng only weeks of tbe term. On Incidental Fee, students excused before the middle ot a term will ref the Incidental fee paid, which certificate. wl ceive si certificate for be revelved as cash by Berea Collego on payment of term blllH by th st lent In person, or a brother or sinter, If presented within four terms. one-halone-hal- $23.5u $23.50 924.51 Total for term (23.00 $23.00 $24.04 If paid In advanc REFUNDING. Students who leave by permission befote the end of s term receive back tor money advanced as folio : (No al'owance for frao wt city is like any other business or 'rather It Is like all of the busicollection nesses In It for a city l of businesses. It cannot get along without advertising. What Is advertising? Advertising is publicity; publicity is education; education Is salesmanship salesmanship Is business prosperity, Advertising that does not educate Is not advertising tnat it all lticbinond Palladium. The The The Tot first day ot Fall term Is September 14, 1910. first day of Winter term Is January 4, 19)1, first day ot Sprint term ts March 23, 1S11. lo'nrmaUAu or fricudly advice, write to the Secretary WILL C. GAMBLE, BEREA. KENTUCKY. Page Eight. M THE CITIZEN. April 27, 1911. termlned (Ifniightoni Hint wnlkln-- f on h lord surface nt the rato of three U miles (1.8 kilometers) per hoc of equivalent to lifting tho weight of the body through the distance walked. To determine) the amount of work performed In wnlklng tho weight of the body In kllogrnms Is multiplied by the dlstnnco wnlked. Tho pniduct constitutes the number of kilogram meters of work performed; 10O.O0O kilogram meters Is considered the normal nvernge nmount of work or exercise required In health. Ditt Tim For The Ideal time for exercise Is midway between menls, but few people can arrange to take It at such times. breakfast Is n suitable time for most people, especially If the exercise Is followed by n cold bath nnd brisk nibbing. Some people cannot exerclso before breakfast without feeling unduly fatigued, the exhaustion often lasting throughout tho day. He fore retiring Is n safer tlmo fur such people unless they can arrange for forenoon or afternoon work. Nervous subjects with an cxcltnbtn circulation should not, ns n rule, exercise beforo retiring. Kxerclse should never be taken Just nfler n meal, nnd no exenise Just prior to ruling should be so severe ns to cnue great fatigue. In either case the digestive functions are Impaired nnd all benetlt may lie neutralized, Forma of Exarciia. i:x,.n.0 hlml, tl0 Kriul.-- l acconllng , ,.,. n. When there Is 0ii ........i .iisense imillenl nd Ire must bo folww r jn,Hclous ei- harmful. ereie tuny prove eMn-mel- 0OHOOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOlO0ORO0OKO0OHOHOtOlOHOl o X o n o M o M o J Ho corteipoodtnce asltii lifted Id till ly tit HKi. llf ritre o n STldenc- - o( food Ulth, Wilt plainly. li art lot publication, bat o OltOKOMOKOKOKOItOltOllOltOltOOKO OMoVSOMOMOMOMOMOMOMOMOfcOlt-Ok- I Our Sunday School Is doing flno FOR REPRESENTATIVE I Uj9 hero. Tho Hov. Oeorgo Kd wards will nr.. . w anthnrUAfl tn flnnnnnpfl ,...,, l, . n,ln no flraf .jwv- D.t. imuiui. f. nni . n .1 .1 n rtM vitvn riff t A XfahaffAV Of " April at cloven o'clock, " t niti of CI.OVKH IIOI TOM. tho 71st district, subject to the acClover Uottom, April 23. Frost Intion of the Republican party. jured tho fruit last Saturday night in JACKSON COUNTY this section of the county, still there are plenty of peaches, plums, cherries ISAACS Isaacs, April 21. Somo farmers arc and apples, Horn to Mr. and Mia. ihroush sowing oats and nro prepar- Geo. Powell, tho 14th, a fine boy who ing for corn crops. Uorn to Mrs. was chrl8tened Lee Owen. Horn to Manda Couch, a fine baby girl. Mm. Mr. and Mrs. K. Halo, tho 21st, a boy. Jasper Isaacs of Lucy visited friends Lucy Johnson of Wooton has moved back to Annvlllc. There was a candy at Clovor Hottom today. J. K. Knglo party at Bill Cunngln', Satunlay has sold his Interest in hid steam mill night. John I). Kllcy was elected to W. H. Hicknell. Aunt Jane Mar trusteo In District No. 11, Kducntlon-a- l tin fell from her horo and was badly Division No. 3. Hubert Denham of hurt a few das ago. Jack Cruse Chemists tests have shown thnt a part of the alnm from biscuit made with an alum bnl-lnCincinnati, O., Is visiting his mother, who has been Blck for some time Is powder passes Into the stomach, and that digestion Is retnrdeel thereby. Mrs. Delilah Denham, who Is very worse. Hosa Cruse has gone from poor health. Mrs. Unity Hobblus hero to visit her father and mother, ' Read tho mako baking that Mr. and Mrs. Jns. Azbury, of Hlg j died the Mb of this month of conpowdon la mado from alum. sumption. Allert Powell of Heren Hill. W. J. Hayes has purchased a ' U In this vicinity 011 business. .Mrs. span of mules from Jns. Williams for Manda Ilrower was the guest of Mm. J2."i0. Mrs, Heatrlco Drew Is stny-lu- g with her mother, Mrs. Hale, this S. Davis, Monday. Moses Kdwurds limdo a business trip to Moorcs CreeK, week. M. II. Smith was Initiated In Lluvllle who has been viMtlng her day was tie Inspection day at John d !to the lndeH.'iidonl Order of Odd l'el- -' mother, Mrs. J. K. .Mcllulie m'ar ita. .11 111 Single has his new house today. (1. C. I'urkey and family ge Phil H. C. Davis, Satunlay nlfc'ht. Mr. lows at Sand l!np lodge last Satur- I'alnt Lick, has returned home. Mrs. tlnlshed at this J, Jones who is visiting her aunt, Hps Is sick. J. F, Dooley was In Alt. day. (?roer Drew passed thru hre and Mrs. Dan Allen visited on Moon-Is some better. Milt Verlioll the first (if the week oil bustCreek, Sunday. A. 11. l'nrrett had a "today with some rattle which he had Mrs, (iulnii, line sheep killed by dogs a few days bought at Horse Lick. Hev. Jam-- s McOuiro and children were visiting liess, Todd ago. Cyrus Davis killed two wild l.unsford filled his regular appoint- M'latUes hen' last week. .1. GARRARD COUNTY mil family visited II. K. Ilnllen last ment at Cave Spring church, today. ducks at one shot on Pond Creek. TAINT I.ICK. Sunday. Paint Lick, April 2:i. Jess lingers llltKKN HAM.. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY OltLANIIO of Fniukfort was tho guest of 'its Greenhall, April 21. The weather H I I. Ill K Orlando, April 22. Mrs. KlUza Hall sister, .Mrs. Lon Stone, a fuw days bllll continues bad and farmers are Cof-fe- y j Wlldle, April 21. Mrs. Uanee ' Mrs. Ollle getting badly behind with their work. Pitts, who has been sick for somo time Is visiting frlneds In Mt. Vernon this the (last week. J. K. Singleton of Llvlncstou Giaie and Allie Hliiiitoii were III" J. It. Cook lost a good nurse n'cent-l- y Is slowly Improving. Mrs. James or O. L. Gabliard and family meriliantH by accidentally breaking Its hg left last Saturday for Hamil- j uas calling on the 1...I..., I..l. hut .Monday. The Misses Susie "in the barn. t'l. ...I.... iv.i.ii-- i Workings are very num- ton, Ohio, where she will visit h r 'PI. wmj u i 1IUI Int. lull irj .lulland Gnue Ulailton were t lit: guests erous In this vicinity. 'I here were daughter, Mrs. Jesse Pauley. .Mrs. ing friends here recently. Sunday is regular church day at the McS'ew of .Miss Oma Geiinliigs last 'rinirsday four last week. W. N. Hughes Is do- Frank Singleton of Port Kstlll Juncing a hustling business with his saw tion visited friends here last week. chapel. Services are conducted by the night. Miss Ada Kstrldge mivo a mill. C. A. Minter says that rabbits (illbert Dally anil MUs Lou Coffey j Hev. M. N. Davidson. Humphrey party to the young eoph , Saturday have eaten up all of his peas. Hob were married at the homo of the j Singleton, aged IS, the aoii of Mr. night, April l.i. Lon Stowo and family and Jess Kogers wen" the guests Drowning and family have moved to bride, April 20th. Wo wish thfin j ami .Mrs. cxpure aingiciou 01 croon of Will Itogers last Saturday and Sun the property vacated ny C. D. Smith. much joy and a Jong and happy life. ureeK. men me ism alter an trip i'ay. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Hodklns M. Cook made n business of only seven days. Ho was lo Mrs. W. W. Coffey Is reported very by all that knew I1I111 and leav s and baby were the guests of Mr and to Idamay last Friday, sick. .Miss Sallic Stewart, daughtT CiMitlnunl on fifth juice OA KILO nl L. T. Stewart, who It. In school a father and mother, thrco sisters, four brothers and a host of friends Calico, April 22. There hits been it Mt. Vernon, wns at home a few CALIFORNIA po much wet weather that the farmt'ays last week. Mhs Stella Adams to mourn his loss. The entire comIf you are thinking of coming or of Ilerea was with friend from Sat- - munity sympathises with the liorcnved ers are behind with their plowing. want to know why you should come John Seaborn of Livingston came thru urday until Sunday. Mr and .Mrs. family. lo California, write to me, and I hero this week on business. A fine John Crawford of near llrodhead visOUOCIILAM) Mr. boy was born to Mr and Mrs. Henry ited Mrs. Crawtord's iiarents, Goochland, April 21. Sunday school shall take delight In telling you why, Is mil Mrs. II. S. Ilrannamau. from Sat- ,was organized at Sycainon last Suii- - and giving you any Information you Cornelius. Mrs. Lcatha Tnssey may desire, I am a Kenlucktan and ry 111. Quito a number of citizens urday until Monday. Mrs. .Mary K. day with Dr. J. M. Jones ns Supt. attended County Court at McKce this Coffey Is visiting friends In Hardin Moore of Climax atteml'Ml take a special Interest In Kentucky people. I hav been In California ten week. Uncle Hilly Adkiusou Is In this week. Tin- - little chld of Mr. 'church at Pino Groie last Sunday. very poor health again. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. I). Mason who has been sick I 'rank Suirkb and famil were visit- years, on tho farm and thoroughly Orblu Smith were the pleasant guests mi long Is not Improving. .Mrs. W. ing in Goochland last Satunlay and understand the soil and conditions. of Mr. and Mrs, Isaac Hlnies, Sunday. II. Jones lias typhoid and is retortSunday. J. W. H. Jones and wife If you think of coming to California Quito a number here hnvu had ed very sick. .Mr. and .Mrs. Kd spent Kaster Sunday with W. A. drop me a line. grippe this spring. James Davidson Graves of Palis visited friends Yours truly, II, L. lllshop, Phillips and wife in Goochland. J of 1'eoples nnd Mr. Conley the tie this week. Miss Katie Parsons visitA. Sexton and wife of Climax ha.. Klngsbufg, Freuso County, Cal. inspector came thru hero this week ed her cousin, .Mrs. I.oti Daily, at Con- - gone to Winchester for a short visit. taking up cross ties.- Uncle Daniel (way, last week. Miss Sallle Hasty Henry Anglln and Mattle Cook Parker Is not well. Mrs. Elizabeth aim .miss r.ua koiiiiimhi Msiieu at were married, Wednesday, at tie II lines Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Uingford, Sunday. T. G. Ihynolils home of the bride. Wo hoie their Eliza Carjienter. John Jones cut his and daughter, Ktlnd. uere In oy will lx as great as the wav h last week. foot tho other day hacking ties. 011 the ocean and their troubles as 1'KIVhTT light as the foam. Frank Hampton ihii:k ititii Hayes l'rtvott.vJVprli' .Mo.-t- " 1. still continues sick. Homer Phillips Kocklmd. April all farwas thrown from a horse last Tuesmers are wry busy preparing to plant wis in last week on business. day evening and was seriously hurt. their crops. It tltii Norili' iu had a Win. Sparks was In Goochland last Is no bettter working a f v days . Mrs. Gilbert 'Mag-turSunday on luiK)rtant Fri .Mrs. Annie as yet. Miss LUllo "Whicker of Owsley County has lieiju having some dental work done" here, V. A. Spur-loc- k and family have' moved to Wild Dog to stay this summer. Tho new Methodist church at Gray Hawk will toon bo "completed, 'They will havo their dedication sometime during thu summer. l'eto Heglcy who has b.vn In Knnsas City, Missouri, Is vlsltliis homo folks for a while. .Mr. and Mis, Hob York hao moved into the of W. II. Spurlock. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Khmer) visited the hitters This Particular Brand parent, Aunt Jane Simpson, wuo years old.-- j is now ninety-thre- e For Particular Dressers Work has been done on the Spurlini j grave yard Hits week and thu ftie ' While it is true that fine around it Is now couipU-ted-. A. J. ' clothes do not make fine Cook had a log rolling latt I'rlda). men, the Crank Jones and Isaac Howies w-rman 3 will always command attenvisiting hero last Sunday. tion. When you huy East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else publl-fct- Home Course In Health Culture VIII. Exercise In Home the . 1 ; Baking Powder The Only Baking Powder Made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar. By EUGENE L. FISK, M. D. Copyright. 1910, by American Vrtn Association. Exrel. Absolutely Pure a Ile-for- o Safeguards the food against alum. -i centuries tho alchemists an elixir n magic fluid would restore cxlintlstml vitality nnd pcretuntc the nc tlvltles wp call life. For tunny years physician nnd chemists, successors of tho "medicine lunn" and nlchemlst, hare laboriously experimented with drugs nnd chemicals In the hope of at least finding some combination thnt would give health nnd Inrrcnscd lon- FOR gevity to mankind. Mnny valuable dnigs nnd combinations of drugs have been discovered, but It Is safe to say thnt the grentest achievements of med ten I science bnvp rome not through labol and not sure your the use of drugs, hut through the of nnliiriil remedies whoso powers were so long neglcejed by tho mystic "medicine men" of the middle nges. It l true that diphtheria nulltolti nnd the wonderful promise, of other remedies of a similar class nre the pnidueis of the laboratory, but these are truly nature's remedies nnd Imve no relation with drug treatment The remarkable full In the death rate among people under thirty years of nge In the pat quarter century Is nl most wholly due lo hygiene mid the use. of tialunil remedies in disease. The (siwer of physical training, fresh nlr unci a little surgery to make ovrr the lyiuplinlle, half deformed, mouth breathing child Into n splendid nnd useful eltlr.en Is ns wonderful In lis way as Hie powers vainly sought by the alchemists nnd neeronmni'ers. Troublctom Remtditt Unpopular. It Is unfortunate, however, that some remedial measures are not so of tin-seasily preserllxsl or taken ns plll.s nnd man to tnke more ex To nilvlse crelse Is rery miieh like tellliiB hi in 11 j vis-lie- , pluce,-Talma- ,.! III ,, ,, 1 s -- prenrlliln s tint 1 - of I ete.vlse n K'K'd r. Dudley Sargent of them llnrwtrd In this nysiem the various iuiiciiif Ms lime been ulven dewrlp the mimes tn f.irllltnte iiieiuurlzlUK wi-e- Aid-ildg- e h.-r- I .v Da-.I- s J twders. . I 'i (1 The fiillouluu Is a brief outline of tbe several rsereles. with I'lrst - Adoration. Stnnillui fis't (upetlier uml hntiils rnisol before (lie fiireheiul. as In prn.vin. throw tbe bands ainl fnrenrms bnekwnrd until the r ins are nil a let el with the vboul upward al ders nnd forenrnis dlns-tis- l rich! nobles with arms l(eeiil twen ty to elchty limes. Sivonil -- Tris- KWiiyluc. Stand with feet t'ip'llier and arms thrust Mtralcht upward, but not rlcld. Sway the up ..... NIII III al... r...... mur, 1111" l"lll M'I 1IIMII riur l .1.1. Stnml Third -- Striking nil nnvll. with feet twi'iity fnur Indies npart. nrms stralKlit mil shlewajs. face turn 11 j BBBBr f IBBBBbI M4i - 1 I j Iw.l.l . l..... 1.1. 11.111 A ' .1... .1.1.. .ml 'riir.i., .1.1.." ,.i..i r.iiu forward, bend tmly forward nnd threw weight on left leg. bending nt the knee. Snivp al ins outward and bin k ward to original MsU!nn. Imitating n " KeepliiK the nrms rtcldly lie rlclil band over the on to the left hand Swim; the rlKht urni n till a ship dnwnwnnl and luirk to 0rlul11.1l pis tlon, lleverse tho inurement, fail turneil to riuht 1'ourth.- - Swlmmlnc, brt'iivt stroke luetics Stand with feet twenty-founpart. left foot forward, weight rem lug on right Ire arms at right angles. to left nl slralclit. swlntf head and lonn 1 r h'-r- e - -- j j Ulch-iiion- d i; 1 a iil-o- i.Mi kkiu:ihk. ty " e LUSTROFIN Yhe Wife or Husband can work wonders with well-diess- ioinii.i:i.H'K 'James Doublellck, April 21!. Sunday school Is progressing nicely at Clover Hottom. Quite a number Ironi hero attended church at Sand Cap, today. Nannie, Ciuso left last Monday 10 spend tho summer In Valley View with her aunt, Mrs. Mary K. Dougherty. Several people lit this neighborhood aro very sick with lagrlpiie. Lunsford t)f llinr Wallow pniached at Cavo Sprlngftoday. Peo ple am getting vernuciyjeli;ud with wii-i- r wont 011 account or inn wot who takes pride in the beauty of the home "HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH" "The Made Tp Walk on Kind" r in Mahogany, Antique Oak or any color no matter wait s uh-- o yoj have, il you work according to directions, which uc tjimplc and caii'y Allowed. "Shield Brand" Clothing you are certain to get a correct fit, and plenty quality in every garment Prices are wilhin reach of all. Old (loon cai $10.00 THE LOWEST $20.00 THE HIGHEST Give us weather. IIUULBV Hurley, April 21. Mrs. W. M. Hur- "HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH " i alio uicd on nil kind, of Furniture and Woodwork in the liomi. JYhli Fini'li do? not f.ide and is ahtulutrlv Many of the Udics derive pleaure durable, and oa t'l-- i yon may in this woik of mg their lianu s. -i.c a trial and convinced. be ""HY oy HON'T VOU7" ley has lagrlpiie. Jako Oabbard, went to U'tter Uox, Friday, on Jr., busi- ness. Andrew Joluibon, tho world's luiuous tulo teller, Is holding a ten nays meeting at McKeo this week. Ned tiabbard had a working, Monday. Mr. uud Mrs Will McCollum moved to their now home last week. Green McCollum and family of Horse Lick havo moved to tho place vacated by his brother, Will, on Hooten Crunk. Corn Is worth 75 cents per bushel. j WILLIAM ISAACS, Berea, Ky. R. J. For Sale by Engle (Sb Son Berea, Kentucky Tab Mark f QuUy la m cm! ciUis, t7 jjtj FINE MONUMENTS S. McGuire, I Have No Agents nor Partners FOR Tombstones and Corner Posts for lots cell upon Berea, Ky. cannot unless Is preserlbisl some and some Hut Ihu average system followisl man wlsln-- to be innde over at once Any pnieess linolvlng time, pnllenee is repugnant and unless It Is given fancy mime and bus some mysti-rthrown around It. nnd then what marvelous results- - while the fad lants! There Is a great difference between exercising for health and exercising for muscular development. They are processes not Identical The vast, bulging muscles of the athlete may be a real burden, culling for Inrge supplies of blood and nutriment and not contributing to harmony of movement or balance of function Overdevelopment upcHs ultimate degeneration. Just ns iIIsupu Hpullsj atrophy uml ilotiiy Tho objis-- we keep In view, therefore. Is uiislernte nail aulllcleiil exercUe of (he entire musciihir ys lem, Cfftcts of Exarcis. The circulation und rcsplrntloii are chlelly ulTts'lisI during exercUe and musculur work. There Is an Increased absorption of oxygen, mi increased ex crcllon of carbon dioxide uud wuler In other words, combustion proceed more nctively In the Ixsly, and more fuel. In the form of fat or starches or protclds, Is reipilrisl. All of which goes to show that, whatever man's mind or soul may be, his Ixsly Is sort of engine which can no more carry 011 Its work without fuel thnti u locomotive without coal can drug a train of cars. Mind uud will power alone can not run the human engine with beef ten and slops and food that Is not fuel any more than the most skillful engineer can rtin a locomotive with nlr In tbe boiler nnd a few shavings In the firebox. Tbe me.'hnnlcsl measure of exercise a tbe kllogrammeter It baa been de ilo-u- ge s 11 ) i 11 to take dlgllalls. Kxerclse confer Its maximum Item-Il- l swimming stroke. Stnml with I'lflh. Hoxer's guard Inches npnrt. right feet twenty-foufool forward, weight on left leg. left mid gunnlliig neek, right arm nrni Htmlcht down ward and harkwnrd I'n-s- s forward, ihrowlng weight on right leg. nnd bring right nrm up to guard the mvk tihlle thrusting the left lie i nrm downward nnd Imekwanl. peat (he move, springing from one foot to the other Sixth- - Chleken win en. Stand with feet together and thumbs In nrmplts Itnlse laith oIIhiwh while raising left knee to the wnlst. Iteturn In first n sit lon nnd reM'iit, raising opposite ! knee. Keep up the movements niter mitely Signal station. Stnnd rrts-l- . Seventh together, hands on hips with Iks-IThrust the right arm straight upwiiril while lifting the left leg outward nnd upward, rigidly eitendisl Iiwer the limbs and reeiit on other side. I'lghth - Mowing. Stand facing th Inches apiui right, fii'l twenty-fou- r right leg forward, arms at right nngle-mielie to hides. Ilend forward weight on right leg. w ith arms extend tsl. 1111III lingers touch the Moor twelve Inches In ndviiiiee of right foot, lb i"ltliin as tlioiirl turn briskl) in llr- -t pulling oil oar llepent. faring left Stand with feet Ninth together, fare ilun tiwaril, bark h' hands louehliig tiring hands upwiiril us they pahs the fare. Then describe a tlrcle downward and out Itepuil ward back lo tint position, Itegln lo Inhale deeply as the arms ni rnl-cslowly exhaling as the I s d Th cm- - linn eiuenls should be perforin ed from twenty to eighty times al n inliiiile that Is not uml ul rale fiillguing Many inoremeiit will prove effts of a nlmllar the If regularly and systematical!.-i-nrrles-- r 1 Mill uiHirtmit 10 employ excrcWi-th- at bring lulu play the iibibimlual and rliest muscles, which encourages deep breulhlng mid prctcntH the aeeuuiula lion of fat uroiind the iilidoincn Tree swaying, striking the anvil, chicken wings nnd signal station are good exercise espis-lallfor woim and rlilcrl' people who aro exccsslie ly lleshy Oangtri of Exctssiv Flash. SuperlluotiM fat Is not only u burden but It Interferes with the normal fu nIt may be ruuxcil itidis of the body by too much fiMst nnd too little exer else or merely a hick of exercise In family tendency to flesh one with Life Insurance statistics elenrly show thnt Individuals even (lightly over weight hare a higher death rule than In those of nvernge weight. Thl creased death rate Is manifested around middle life and Inter. II Is 11 11