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X., M weend IDevotodL The Citizen BEKEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY 4, 1911 Knowledge ii power tfca way to keep up with setter knowledge it to read a newspaper. f4 No. 45 to til Interests of tlie Mountain People One Dollar a year. Tol. XII. Fira easts a copy. RBBsBm You like a Suit that "hangs" well So does any man; but COMMENDATIONS AND COMPLAINTS The last week has been a very fruitful oun in the matter of testimonials as to the worth of The Citizen. In other columns will be found two pleasant references one in n letter from California and the other, a quotation from an Indianajsubacriber. In addition to these a friend in Laurel county wriles that his neighbors all speak well of The Citizch, one of them declaring that hn would not do without it if the subscription prion were Are dollars instead of one. And our agents sound but one note, and that of praise. One of them found a gentleman who takes three other papers but declares that be looks at neither of them till he has read The Citizen thru, and a lad who haa been a subscriber for about a year and only regrets that she did not begin earlier for its Influence upon her son. That ia the way they go all one Way. Truly aa to the make up of the paper, its standards and iis contents there is nothing but praise so far aa we can hear, and it pleases us immensely. But there are complaints and ne shall speak of them just as frankly. The better the paper tho better the people like it and the greater their displeasure when it fails to reach them. And almost the only complaints are about this very thing the failure of The Citizen to reach them regularly. Herelare two typical cases: Oue man says that every two or three weeks he misses a number while his neighlKirn get theirs regularly, nnil he wants to know whnrn the fault lies His In a serious complaint but we think we can help him to locate the troubl. In the first place the fact that he gets his paper at all shone that his name in on pur list all right. Now if he will remember that our subscribers' names are arranged on stencils alphabetically aud are run off, the papers being thus addressed by machinery, he will see that our office csn tint once in u thousand cases be at fault. Further, if he will consider that evory paper has thosubscribera name and address stamped upon it and that all the hia urauy other office are wrapped inn single bundle which the postmaster opens, distributing the papers According to the unme on each, he will see that if the bundle goes to the office his paper goes, and since his neighbors get their, papers he might to get his. If he does not, the following in at mien will probably explain why: A taw days ago one of our agents called upon a man who used to take The Citizen but who let his subscription lapseabout two years ago. He said hn always liked the paper and would take it again if he was sure be could get it but. it had come to him only about hulf the time formerly. He refused to subscribe. The agent went on his way but in the same uelghborhood chanced upon the brother of this man. Asking htm if he had ever taken The Citizex tho answer was, "No, but my brother used to and it teas ju in my box about half the time, and I read it aud liked it very much. I should like to sutweribe." Whose was the fault T In that case not The Citizen office certainly. When a subscriber gels his first paper and it has his name and address stamped on it correctly (or on the wrapper, if be is the only subscriber at bia office) and if it fails to come regularly there, after he ahould firtt lyace a definite undtrtanding with the. pott master as to trho m to get At's mail. If that does not end the trouble he should then write us. HV thall gladly supply auy wiiWnp Berea Bank & Trust Co. The strength of any bank, State or or National, depends upon its stockholders and directors. DIRECTORS OF THE BEREA BANK C8, TRUST CO. A. Isaacs P. Cornelius W. M. Hayes J. W. Stephens E. F. Coyle W. H. Clark A. H. Williams R. H. Chrisman John. F. Dean J. K. Baker A. Isaacs, that quality in Clothes that we call the "hang" is a matter of good tailoring, good designing and the right ma- terial President OFFICERS J. W. Stephens, John F. Dean, Cashier Vice-Preside- nt Hart, Schaffner C& Marx Thlt Bank was examined by the State Bank Cxombier April 21, 1911. Clothes have it, and it's enough in itself, without the rest to make them worth the price. LATTER DAY SAINTS Series of Articles Describing the Menace to the American Home of Church of The Latter Day Saints. the So-call- By NORMAN A. IMRIE F'-'BB- LET US SHOW YOU WHAT IT MEANS R. R. Coyle NEWS 0FTHE WEEK III OUR OWN STATE Move on Part Farley for Secretary of State MorChlnMa Rebellion-B- ad row at Last Settles the Matter-Garr- ett of Labor Leaders To Exterminate In the Lead for Commissioner Mosquito In the Senate and County Superintendents Meet House. O'Rear Opens Campaign. KKBELLION IN CHINA FOR SECRETARY Or STATE rebellion la reported Uiru Captain Edwin Parley of i'adueah half of the Kwang Tung provlnco in has announced his candidacy for SecChina. Tho rebela arc led by a retary or , State. Captalu Farley Is Chtaasaaa educated In Japan. Tbo oh-- the present State Treasurer and la jeet.te to overthrow the present dy- in Id by tho Lexington Leader to bo nasty. Something more than war In one of tho most popular ot the presbolog wagod, aa a state of anarchy ent state officials, and tho only on.! exists with 1U consequent murdering, who is on good terms with all the' A aerioua number. . MORMONISM Theme who have beeu reading our continued story have no doubt had their attention attracted to the beginnings aud some of the evils of Mormonisni. Mnuy of our readers will remember the struggle in Congress some years ago which resulted in depriving D. H. Roberts of a seat in the House of Representatives aud the later struggle in the Senate which failed to unseat Uuited States Senator Stnoot of Utah. More and more, since the influence of Utah ill political matters, the conscience of tbo Union is being aroused to the evils of Mormon-ism- , and it is not an unusual thing to see ou a map of the great West a picture of an octopus with its tentacles siretehiug out over many of thu Hocky Mountain states. Attention is now being directed to the subject by a seriesof articles running in the Cosmopolitan Magazine eutitled "The Truil of the Viper." In these articles the real power of the church is shown and the object of the Mormon Hierarchy is laid baie the purpose to control in matters political Hud financial at Washiugtou, and this with a view to the spread of an iniquitous religion. It is a commou thing to see and to hear of the missionaries of organization throughout the territory visited by this I'seudo-Religiou- s The Citizen. In an effort to counteract their influence and to warn Hgainst them, we are beginning this week a series of urticlesou Mormonisni by oue who has had thirteen months experience ns a miss, Utah. iouary nf the Qospel in Mormon-owne- Morrow, United States Dlhtrlct Attorney and nephew of of Senator Hmdley whose announcement of his candidacy for thu Republican nomination for Governor has liecn repeatedly promised, expected, affirmed and denied, Issued this week n statement In which he declares that ho will not be a candidate. This nponilble for tho series o( ought to, and It Is to bo hoped will, outrages, thu leaders aru denouncing H'ttlo thu matter. tho arrost and making overy effort l'ARIS CONVENTION to defend tbo accused, claiming that Thu Republican convention, called Is only an lo soh-c- t proceeding tbo whole a candidate for railroad n commissioner In the Third District, effort to destroy unions. As an of met yesterday In I'arls. There aro co of thulr wuul of a sensu justice and fairness, tho cull for a lorty-elgcounties In tho district, general strike to Ixglu on thu day and. Judging from thu Instructions ,ol tho oponlug ol tho trial may bo Kiven tho delegates In tho county itod. It would seem that such u last Saturday, It looks mi It movement as thU could only prove II. G. Garrett ot Winchester will bo an easy winner. Aa we go to press i disastrous to their cause In thu mat-"lno news from tho convention has of wlunlng public contldenco. lieen received that tends to chungo KLY AND MOSQUITO THE The UnlUid States Department of this forecast. SUITS' CONVOCATION Agrlculturo has Just Issued a bulletin Tho Fifth annual convocation of cn tho extermination of tho It h the work of Ur. L. O. tho County superintendents of EasHoward who ban made hlmsoir famous tern Kentucky convened at Richmond by his btudy or thu nature or tho nt tho E. K. S. N. 8.. Tuesday tho housa fly and by the iiaino given to i'nd. A good program Is being carriIt, "typhoid fly." Now It is de- ed out and the visitors are enjoying clared that tbo motuiulto Is utmost the hospitality ot Madison's capital criually aa dangerous, and directions and thu school. 11KG1NS HIS CAMPA10N r.ro given for Its extermination. As Judge B. C. O'Rear ot the Court In tbo caso or tho fly. tho method Is ot Appeals began his cumpulgn for much as tho not HcroenliiK so of tho breeding places nil tho Republican nomination for Cover standing water wbelhur lit largo or nor at Hopklusvlllo, Monday. He made a long and Interesting speech, elabemail quantities. orating tho platform which ho proUECII'HOCITY IN TUB SENATE mulgated on making hid announceAt last after tho House had gotten ment somo weeks ago. Judgo O'Rear down to work and passed tho reciproc- takes an advanced and fearless posiity inuaBiire and a number of other tion on all subjects of interest Important matters of legislation, tbo both the state and nation today, completed Its organization and It he does not win Senate has It will be and Is ready to take up tho reciprocity Kentucky la hopeletisly behind tnuasuro at leisure. Thu fato ot thi In tho march or progress. bill Is in doubt, us It Is believed It A local option election was held will bo reported from tho coinmltteo In tho precinct In Winchester whlrh Altbout a recommendation as In the Includes the chief business section, last session. It la hardly likely that Tuesdoy, resulting In a victory for thu Senate will consider any other tho drys. This precinct wob already measure during this session. dry and the victory means that It shall continue so, Tho thirsty in IN TUB UOUSK Winchester call get all the whiskey 'Tho action of thu House or Representative;, both on the reciprocity they want, however, since ono preagreement and other measures, 1ms cinct In tho city Is "wet" the north been such as to win thu confidence if end, which has twelve saloons. Here thu country. Tho Republican majority Is a good argument for "tho county In tho Henate, and mluorlty in tha unit" Houso, and all othorn who were confident that tho Democratic Houso lieen seriously deceived. The people in general are with tbo House majority, would do as It has so often done before work to Republican advantage and tho blocking of their measures by making a fool of lUelf, are wak-n- g by tho Senate can only result In disup to tho fact that they have aster to tho party In 1913. .Mr. Edwin etl-doht mo.s-iiuit- o. bo-fo- re pillaging and general LIGHT IN THEIR OWN Thu alleged dynamltcro whoso ar rest was reorted In last week's Issue have been lodged in tho Lou Angeles Jail. A ery serious aiect of the affair Is tbo attitude or Um Inbor Itwdera and labor organization of the country. Fur from demanding a rigid investigation In order to show that organized labor Is In no y. lest. LET IT I1E 80 I. s, BEREA COLLEGE Commencement 1911 Memorial of the O. A.R. MAY 28, Sunday Sermon, Rrr. lailah Clin . Chapel 10:49 a. m. MAY 30, Tuesday Student Eiercitei - . . . - Memorial Day Chapel, 930 a. m Followed by march to Cemetery. Chapel. 1:30 p. m. Addrraa Comrade Frank Smith, ot Bella rat, 0. 2, Friday Exhibition. . . JUNE JUNE Model School Day Chapel 1:30 p.m. Academy Day Chapel. 7:30 p. m. 3, Saturday Graduation Exerclxe JUNE Baccalaureate Day 4, Sunday Chapel, 10:4 a. m. Sermon to Graduate! . Pmidant Wm. Ooodcll Prat. . Addrraa toKeUaiouaSoriellea Chapel 7 JO p. m. Corernor Intuitu B. Wluaoa. 3 a name?' asks the way Into the ono before he emcrsjs "What's In loet. Considerably more than Is some- - from the other. These garments are times conceded, might bo answered, rupiiosed to protect him from contn- glon, accident and calamity; in short A well dressed, fair appearing gentl-iman walks up to your door, knocks are a talisman to protect from te al and Introduces himself as a missi- poral ills. onary of tho church of Jesus Christ The Mormon church also teaches of Latter Day Saints. Sounds fine, that Its missionary while on the doesn't It? You ask him In, give field la Invulnerable Immune from him the softest chair, and contribute disease, poison, accident, that regard which one Instinctively t Another great teaching of their reels for the earnest missionary of superstition is that to apostatize from lellglon. Mormonlsm Is not only to invite but How different would bo your feel- - to Inevitably Involve the wrath of lugs, your attitude, were he to cast u-- God, and the expression of his swlf. bide tho mask, the preposesslng name displeasure in affliction, adversity ho gives bis church and label hlmtelf and death. Secondly: Not only Is Mormonlsm a member and missionary or tho Mor- mon church. He KNOWS it and know- - a superstition, but it Is ono magnl film: It is keen, nnd Hkllful eiiaueh to cmitlv organized. For nerfpctlnn nf disclaim any connection with such c organization it la on par with the name. Hut be not deceived. A saloon German army, a railroad system, or ..4 1. liuntl... M n j am.. nlVin. mam.. nuuiu umn1l inB ..1.1 iiiuo umuiuj. i y i: t j t v.uw unuiu ia viu 1UUU1 IUH;I vuicii bad, and the rragrant iiamo or Lat- - in tho church is an officer. Every tor Day Saints cannot perfume away member has something to do If 1. the dark brown offensive odor that lb no more than to read the public tho name Mormonlsm makes real lesson on Sunday. A stranger could- lo civilized nostrils. A Latter Day n't be In a community the minutes, Silut Is a Mormon and a Mormon Is liny In early years he couldn't get' connected with a system of religion within some miles ot the town ere uu heathenish and pagan &s liuddhUm tidings of bis advent were in posscs- In India. slon or its bishop. It has been said What Is Mormonlsm? At mention that when the Desert Telegraph sya- of the name some people immedlaio- - tern was In operation In Utah Brl- ly think ot wirely multiplicity. They ham Young could Issue an order In think of that system of polygamy. Salt Lako City and In about two the presence or which in civilized hours time, provided ho wero homo, America Is as dark a stain on thu every man In the Mormon church Stars and Stripes as ever was hu- - would reclevo tho message. Young man slavery. Others ngaln who have, would get the revelation presumably gained their entire knowledge or Mor- - trom heaven (?) and ono hundred and uonlsm rrom the cheap sensational twenty minutes later tho black tcach- novel Immediately picture tho or- - 'i would have finished his calls on ionization of tho Danltes, tho Mouu- - tho village street, Tho fact that conw tain Meadow Massacro, and all the munlty lire was. practically universal blood mid crime inevitably conse- - ' men living In small villages aud tmont to Brigham Young's doctrlno r.olng out and In to their tortus or Blood Atonement. But Mormon- - slmpliried greatly the accomplish- ism Is mora than polygamy with Its ment ot this. shame and sorrow. It is more th.m Thirdly: Mormonlsm Is a superstl- Olood Autonoment or which doctrine Hon; a splendidly organized superstl- the Mountain Meadow .Iansacro un- - tton and more It Is an oath bound questionably seems tho hideous otf- - j buperstltlon. When a Mormon goes spring. It is moro than tlio secret through any or tho great temples of and summary removal by tho Dan- - which there nro four he takes cer- uea oi oosirvperous insurgents against. oatns, mat ne will never divulge authority. These are but excrescencos Its secrets, ceremonies, purposes. An- of tho foul and pareut growth be- jiended to each oath is a penalty, barbarous and atrocious enough to shame, neath. First, Mormonlsm is a superstition un African Hottentot. Twelve out of every dozen temple Its doctrines ot which more will be will deny with vigorous Laid later aru outlandUh and asburd. Mormons (s China or Africa can not surpass for slronuoslty that this statement Incongruity and distortion tho Mor- true and yet ninny reputable witnesses who have gone through these very mon conception or God. Tho ot spirits, baptism for tho ceremonies, on oath teslify to l's dead, the priesthood as tuught by truth. Many of theso facts wero re Mormonlsm, miracles and signs all vealed during the Investigation at Washington regarding Mr. Smooth find their counterparts In tho systems of heathen lands today. light to a seat in tho United States Every good Mormon who has been Senate. In view or thu above facts that through tho tomplo wears what aru magnifknown as tho Temple garments. Aftr Mormonlsm s an a ceremony of Interminable length icently organized superstition Is It ho dons these habiliments never again any wonder that It has become tho to bo without them. Even In thu dangerous menace, to American morals changing process he mut get hair and politics that It Is today? I". 1 J "n pa-ti- oath-boun- d, JUNE JUNE and 6 .. Oral Examinations Harmonia . C. E. CONVENTION j I Schools conducted by Transylvania University, Saturday May 6tb. CALIFORNIA 3, Monday Annual Concert Society Chapel 7 30 P. m. JUNE 6, Tueiday Normal Alumni Association Chapel 7 J0 p. m. Triennial 1'ublle Meetlns JUNE 7, Wednesday - COMMENCEMENT , 9.00 a.m. Academic Proceulon 8.30 a.m. KahlblU of VocaUonal School! . . . Addmaea of Graduate! Conerrlnc of Deereea Commencement Addraeaea Rev, A. Z. Coaiad, D. 10:00 a. in. 110 m. P., Boa ten. IJO p. m. Fall Term Open Wednesday, September 13 The Christian Endeavor Union ot Kentucky will hold Its annul meeting at Uio Central Christian Church, May tth to 7th. The young people ot Lexington aro working to mako this meeting oue of tho greatest at borings or young people ever held In tho stato. Somo ot the best speakers lu thu stato and neighboring stut'S will deliver addresses during thu session. Tho railroads aru giving reduced rates and all registered delegates will bo entertalued lu Lexington homos free or charge. Tho delegates will also be given free tickets to the track meet ot Kentucky High U'x-ingto- n, y you aro thinking ot coming or want to know why you should come to California, write to me, aad I shall take delight in tolling you why, and giving you any Information you may desire. 1 am a Kent uck lan and take a special Interest in Kentucky people. I have been In California ton years, on the tana and thoroughly I understand the soil and conditions. , ...... . I . lr n I a. V n fall fn.l. ( : drop me a line, ' I Yours truly, 11. U Bishop, Klngsburg, Frenso County, Cal. 1 V. 1 Pge Two A THE CITIZEN ( 4 Cr May 4, 1911 :n trouble. Hl Aesour.ts Dtteovt.-- . ACCEPTED BRIBES Weather Conditionson Still Continue to LcurrUle IVcnlations extdisg the Trad Have Effect throngh a perScd of tea years and Conditions. ert&eAon. knewtics; to f hare been dfecov. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. In Pome pact Ice was foecd errd ts the affatn of the Southern N Chesapeake & Ohio Will Spend Sensational Story From Buck(laeorj-orwtr(I. Dim & Co.'n Week, t. New York.-- K. In the fmfc and fruit nocnl and Wllsm S. Parker, jr, J. P. Faulkner, Edltc? and Manager. ly Review of Trado said: empiona IS. aiseAM cashier and an Millions Brenrera fear that farther dameye Capital y Wliilo domestic trade mores age hai oi tbe aank since boyhood, coofnuvM dene to the crop, Subscription Rates export trade continues to exwhs xbr say It ha again 'o Wins the defaulter. TATABLE IN ADVANCE. NUMEROUS BRANCH LINES a-DIAPHONE pand, and the Increase in tho amount ABOUT THE KJ; oclr alight ilc-n- Russors of a shortage have ben TELLS .. .. .,..,. . .. Oa r .tt.M of manufactured articles sold abroad Is afkat for a wek part, bat recnaincd , .. M Ri Uootbt .. very gratifying. Commercial act I my w No Tlw Heath unconfirmed txreasse offk-iadone to to of the Great Timber and Coal Lands to te bacco jkiatis Sxf they are bask rvfosfd to gtve publicity to the Men Arretted en Charges of Attempt- abroad Is most notlceablo and Is a Seod f3ooT by Px-ofaocr Eipmi Opened and Developed large promuu of Improvement on this irido canraa. ed Bribery Say They Are Detectives Meary OttW. JWl-ror natter teeaase Parker and hi frfeod n and Fields With Excellent Products cent xjjthm. ot Iho Atlantic m soon as prenent unwere fast making tip the defalcation. and Have "the Goods" Claim Their TIm Cxi after jour nana on kM - C-- C" C to be Marveled. AH but 11 certainties jars. Another contrast Is r has t paid back to vC C C C Sews to what Oai wtrli3on It Net Has Entrapped a Score. Lrjc-- i mtM Uw to bo teen In tho essential sound fundrM- tfxrbtt&k. rvoufy tm. after Rwinl WkwvlKe. Ilaras for an ejaTjea of amental conditions such as abandon co It - Ciai3Kl that Packer taanlrti-kc- d MJMtar wnir win MEANS BUSINESS Ohio railraid TOWN tiw Chpeole If w oU3ai. what U known a the "redenic-x- Q Cr Cr d C Cr Cr Ct O Cr 2 O C O Cr O of money and comparative bnrcners of -f wrta rkx pcmitt.Tis ZLroign many o! tbe ocuatlra along Titxi account.' asd. although the stocks on the otioives on tho oao band uy prau;X rcnr-(W(cr Snd Sandy JMs5oc la Rasters Makes Offer to Railroad for Terminal tatioBaJ bank examiner went over his rur-ratifl DETECTIVE BURNS' STATELftt. and tho curtailment of production, tho WHI Be Center UbenJ terras a: i en to any era who o Keouxky, as well e tbe Oocbte trark-faFacilities MENT. Inactivity in distribution and tho vlr-- l boot 27 Msxa since S flrst defalcsv- mv jbsxtiieioc for B. Ar7 w cf Ceal Trafle. of tls fjsrta from. POrerlte to M stagnation la speculation on the o focr Jirty nasetipycew tan ,tloc no eridence of wro&fjdofne ttm '.' --norm Tt Clslxea tm tor Uncelf for Ctorirnati. tare praoticaHy ben coea-an- d - I&dianapoliji, Ind. The folother. e' er uncorertd as to Parxxr. c "year. Other wwat this lowing signed statement waa Advaf-llsta- c it Is expected 'hat witSrta Winchester Among the Metals. Hew He Worked lu rates cm appScktVi-- x S. terml- the D'Xt few mootha rrwy cuasty in town de9fgsa:ed as an L. Intcvt-s- t Tho His tnnthed cf defalcation was to J. In Iron snd steel centers lrad by W.romo Burns: memWlnche-terl- iwill icvaU aroreprUto the murilsJtd Mlis wSU hare an oat-le- t nal toint. UTMTIKR Or the Bi5 Sandy raHy corruption of of the largely on tbe recent reduction in to a prpe-Kfrom the Kentucky river to the ceo I and titrate? czxrk. of bers cf the Ohio legislature beprice of ore. Tho lowering of quotato Washtegtoo for redemption, came so notorious some Uuo tie wwkL The now awTKra have giv- to insure aa. siriply of waxer all the take pcsesfon of the good bllH tions &0 cents a ton was not unexpectyear, tract of laod to en fCtx.cs erhf:c ago that a committee of prrml-cen- t their faith In ed, but tho change has not been foland fix hi toks accordintrly. tbe (vmrnercial posG&ritfes of ac the company and grant it immunity It was h boidc examiner's ctom not citizens took It upon themlowed by any larger Inquiry for pis xxroztism of Eastern Kentucky, and from taxea for 20 years. The request to probe ie 'redeajptJoa fund ac selves to retain my agency to Iron, and buying Is delayed, awalLne turvv piacsul to XfrtA breaches of the was enhrnJtted to President M. 11. count." and this fact larker know, en- make an investigation. The Bomo ot tho further davelopuients. Smtth for his arvroval, and It Is ex- rood throu?hoJt that rccttoo of th merchant furnaces havo sufficient ore cinvrir. hH trarHacOosa accordingly. O case is not yet ready for publixT7tTCCKT PRESS XaBOOATTOR. .m- -j iwcuo vom r.iccaeK:er n cation, but I am able to sny i. otate. on hand to last them for several Laviso ForV Road. that we have njcceedcd In Irap-piaextended through an toJ-nit-e montlni to come, and whllo a few addiKing Mancel U letralnx to Former The Kentucky cirjr will be the centhe crooked members who One oi tho Srst mores o be made had fe not ben for an accident, t tional stacks have been blown in othroily pUr soil. He Is likely to find it , , k.. , v i.y tie new owners wa to acqukv a ter of the coal traffic from tho Eastern rrhave been sollcitlns; bribes to ers are going out. Jiacnll as runnics Pcrtcgil-Keatucky coal field when tbe exten- - Tlc pass or kill legislation. The day he left tho odea a cirart!r for the bulldics of what ia to Cotton Is Slow. rfon from Jack see, BreathUt county. Is & r It promises to bo one of the Cotton goods havo not responded At this season of the year It is gen- be knows as Uie Lavisa Fork railway, coajpkttd. whhla tbe , to the bbek ... .,iv...- - m.w m most sensational oxposares ot of Resell much to tlio sharp advance In tho erally easy to set rcost people In- to nxa from the ronfta'-ncnow being v.. w ! jr recent years because of tho efand Irrtsa creeks, up Larfna cre:k to dtamro! cistrfct. Work U E: sta Die. vet tho markets are generally terested In eood roads mover-rent,,, ' tastern, 1,1 v., i I n fectiveness of means employed Grundy, Va, fifty mlk. ThK road ntrcdler. Restriction In proportion an of tho gredfcr bet&c done. The . ,k. ' .v . " to get the evidence. Kvcry has reached tho high water mark for A frog farm la to be started at Man- will trovecse otxj cS tbe bigseet ss ahoct 3.M0 mca in the field tm ,Tte m vt, jMk m. ,- -. word ot the conversation was the rear thus far. and manufacturers hattan. Nev. We should think Ball-frc- s aci vJrrfn timber travts to bo fonsd ptwhingr the Improvements whh vigor, ,. t- -, .v- , oasd transmitted thruurh a dictaanywicre In the filled States. are not looking for permanent reilcf wosld be a better place for It. and within a year it will be haali&g fcind it had not graph to a court stenographer entered. He until a new and larger crop of cotton Improvements in Pike. coal act af the new district, that Is then fecrched vainly at tho other end of the line. for tho mooey. Exports of cotton cumce to hand. We are told that platinum Las Amort other tptumr "nt ami t- 10 W. J. BUllN'S. reached tbe high water mark of J43 L 7 ir wsva rAfwJi.u. tu . Lack of entry and lack of money re--'roods are substantially ahead ot a ituu uXd in on examination of thn royear ago. an ounce. Almost as costly as coal tbe Sinihy ere tirasch. of the road. receni years. Cf 'detatioa fund account and tho di- Shoes and Leather. a oJoCasce of ttirty ml ins ttircuzh Ciaeirrntl will rwette most of the j covecy of the ahcrtngo. Cocdltkjns lu footwear aro Improved The barem skirt baa appeared at like and Letcher counties. Tfcid coal tonnage from the Kentucky fleM. Columbus. O. Tim three men ar- and business shows a fair volume. Jobtbo teasfacTC. and It Is Tery easy to branch will ran. tbrongh acre ae rested on complaint of George II. Nye bers still display considerable (oruuirv-atismess what tfce wild vavea are eay- - of coal asd timSxs buxfcj owner by ward for cne of U w1tl bo nt southI&nama Canal trade. MONROE BOYS ORGANIZE representative frem Pike county, and howovcr, and ordorj generally tbe CoOHtthe.d Coal Co. and over charged with bribery, out on bail, as- aru eonflncd to quantities sufficient to 1,00000 fcerc of undeveloprrf cool MEN OF MONEY MEET. i Prizes Will Be If tnose scientists sncceed In tnelr utxl Given fer Bert Results sert they are detectives la tho employ nse-ourrent nei-dShw Iixhe-T- f tij will be thnbor ot William J. Uarbr. Bt San Francisco slow. Upper stock is quiet, tho calf efforts to flad an eliilr of life, waat this branch lands Toad. trfbucary to in Corn. Surreys for Kentucky Bankers of Group Six In of the graft and Los AngIes Times plot skins aru sctung uoiier. uonunuou are e solas to do with oar under branches' up ttUHura and Marrrbone Third Annual Session. TosnloasvUSa The boy of thh fame, who were sent to Colambus to dullness rules lit tho hide market. takers? txzve been mode. creeks aio coaaty between the ages of 10 and 16 Investigate reports ot whrJerale corWalton. Secretary Arch B. Davis, years hare eirganized a corn erowesw' ruption aad bribery in connection with ixnh or taese orancaes will ran And the Aserlcan oyater Is taWiiR The Weather. tliioach raioajo oral and ttmber of the Kentucky Bankersuasoclatloa, club. About JM boys have Joined tho the enactment of laws by members of the place- of its British brother In (amis New York. -- Uradstrcet's letter said: wiWi ere now bcics dovelo;d. rave out the program for the third ac- orgaxttsuios and will plant and culti (he Ohio general assembly. They lnyailcn London. The American Tho features of tho week have bees end it to fthmced to have tbe roods tual meeting of Group Six to be held vate rher corn cccordics; to direction-- ! rblm that thry have secured convinc-Slre- n crows apace. a sllf.ht stimulation of retail trrulo by bui and ready for opcratJtjn by tho at Walton. Thersday, May II: them. Soierintcclerx Joekp E. i Ing evidence of lestsUtlvo graft warm, bright weather North, West and time the mines are la working order. The Program. Martin reerfved a lot ot eeJet e.d ! against between fifteen and twenty Iast. good progress In the plantln? A conrlct escaped from the Ohio 10:30 a. m. CaH to order President corn from the commission of Agrloufc-- , penitentiary by crawling through the The MUers creek brunch win ma which Is and growth of Iteullnr; ccrtui crops and H. Iec. Jr. ure, which U belnt; tUsyBrutid smocg ' ready for presentation to tho Frank- - end air shaft. Fresh air has some won- - from Van Leer, & eaation en tho IU5 catlcf:ictory developments as rvgarda Socdy drvSoon, la Johxson county, Invocation Rer. W. W. Erans. the boy& Tho jrjrjooe U to demon Iln county grand Jury. Tho arrests tho outlook for leading fruit cropa. Tha cierfsl e Sects. cromSns the Bis Sscdy river at Van church. Walton. strata to the farmer tbe more sdendfio aro to bo followed immediately by a Address of Welcome J. C. To ml on. method! of fannies. Tbe work kt ng sweeping inquiry into all tho charges greater activity la retail trade In turn says Leer. The coal in ttria 6ecOon U re A Chicago woman physician Is reflected lu a little better business garded aa watched by many olie-- r pcrsooc. of legi&kuive bribery. that tobacco takes the fine edge off BCtm cool one of ttso finest grcdra of Walton. by Jobbers, but on the other hand unnesponse C. E. Ford. Pifth-Thlrto he found in tbe wxrld. The one rahdcK the greatest namte-- r of bow does that the user's taste. Now Tbe state house was shaken to Its seasonably wet and cool weather e whUe en the Imarh the National bank. Cincinnati. bushels to tho acre will be awarded a foundations by the arrests and the still cheked fanning operations at has woman know? tha proccct now being mined 4s oonsCder-e- d "State Bank Examinations and the valuabZe prize. more sensational anrouccemcnt that iVfUth, ami alio mado ttr quiet I a trado. l. a fine grade for cokln? pcrposes. Bcspousibllity of Directors," X. E. CcnTicted murderers In Kerala are the Burns men had been al work for a Business Failures. vice president Boone County DeWill Spend Millions. to be given their choice In the matter month on members of tho general as. CITY ALDERMAN SHOT. Business fsllures In the United posit bank, Burlington. of exit, bet none will be allowed to sembly and that the hour was at hand dereJop-njf.BiAUvinz that rho fotcro y Status for the week coding April 27 Address "Banks and Laws," age. choose old of coal and timber lan&j in the Member of Bar Surrenders After for the presentation to tho grand Jury uvxo 210, apalnst f33 kwt week. IS? lu Helm. of tha proof tho sleuths had gathered. the llko week ot 1310. 26.K iu 190?. 282 axroc&lns ot Eastern Kentucky alons Kentucky Louisville, attorney of tho Shooting Proprietor of Hotel. Bankers' association. One of the contestants In a uoel In tbe I Us Sindy river wis anjply reward Detectives Released. in 1308 and 162 lu 1907. "interest on Time Deposits," E. S. Paris the otter day was Injured. If iusn for tho money expeniod in" Lexington. city Patrick Moo-vBusiness failures In Canada for the Arrested at midnight Saturday on Clark, president Citizens' bank. this k?ps up we fear that dueling for that development, Ucser?. aldermzn and Joint partner in tho warrants sworn out by Representative week cumber 26, which compares with will lese Its popularity. and TurrrbvH tave Instructed "Uniform Sire of Checks and the Lelasd hotel with W. F. Kkur, waa Nye that he kad been paid $200 by 24 for last week and 21 in the Ilka their rcpreeentstlTcs to go ahead with kQlnd in tiw them and proruWd 16,000 as a "Jack week of 1910. deTelopcd the vnxk of building all of the branch Kind of Checks that Should be Given shot and almon J Intftantly An Indiana woman baa by Thomad Dolan. pot" to defeat tho Green bill for a Away," Arch B. Davis, secretary of the lohby ot the ho-.eWheat, including flour, expans from blood poisoning as tho result of a bite roadt neccary to meet the future demember of the nine-hou-r workday for women and to the United States and Canada for the Backers' association, Louis formerly a from a mouse. Another arzument In mand of the section, as well as the Lexington bar. but who In recent secure the passage of the Whltemoru week ending April 27 aggregate 1.685,-6- 6 ville. favor of the harem skirt. double tracking of tho system. It Is bushels, against 1,769,878 bushels "Tbe Koitncky Bankers' AstocUv years ba3 devoted himself to hid Insurance bill. David H. Barry and A. (Amncd to bare the rosd from Ashhorees. C. Bailey, ot Chicago, and F. S. Hani last week and 2.05939 bushels this Learning to pronounce correctly the land to Cincinnati anil from Pikeville tion," Arch I'. Davis, Louisville. Dolan 13 a caUve ot Loaltrrilio. son, of New York, known to Nye as week last year. For tho 43 weeks ced"I'nlfonn aire of Checks aci the names of the new French ministry to tiulcttsbarg double tracked by Kind ot Checks that should be Given whore he peztt his at the lobbyists, but themselves claiming to ing April 27 exjiorta aro 99,779.778 will be a eood start toward a liberal 1, 1913. "Piece bnrprovesnt-rrt- s Away." J. C. Miller. Equitable Bank home of his ancle, the kite Cfcirkw be Burns detectives, were released bushels, again 122,231,440 bushels In education in that langnage. , as 2a tho extensions planned, aro and Trust Co., Walton. who fcr many years city from the Columbus city prison on bail, the corresponding period last year. looted wholly In Kentucky, and Tbnre bad ben ecxno Barry, against whom there were two Com exports for tho week aro 733.W7 "The Aldrich Central Back Law." E. wiarfrzrist'-r- , Filth avenue In New York Is said of 5oUar will be expendeil with- E. Lee, president First National bank, ill fceiic; betweeji the rceo for oearty warrants, gavo 110, W0 bond and the bushels, against &39.4S2 bushels last to have the lowest birth rate of any in fif next two years. Covington. a year, it k said. Doran fired fuur others 5,000 each for their appear- week and S18.SU bushels lu 1910. For world. Evidently the street In tho Address Tho Genera! Welfare of fixx. All of the bullets took effect, ance. the 43 weeks ending April 27 corn exstork la net a fashionable bird. the Banking Fraternity." J. N. Kchoe, and one penetrated the heart. Dolan FARMERS IN PARADE. It Is ruiiYT-trxji tint evxrtlnuunco ports arc 43,786,180 bushels, against Maysrllle, president of the Kentucky surrecdore--J to the police. rfU be tsid to givo tho grtnal Jury 2293,481 bushuls last year. wise Pennsylvania Judge has A Bankers' association. tho eipportcnity to make a tut! and elan Indicted. It Is no crime for a woman Hces, Rakes, Spades and Shovels Carruted that "What Brings Success to a Country ried As Emblems. lnvrsstiiratlon of whofo-xJTbe grand Jury returtxvl an indict- to have pretty eyes, in other words Bank?" A. B. Benakcr, cashier Peo- meet charging Thotnu P. Doian, li-- . bribery in the lethal-ire- . weapons. tboy are not concealed Burlington. Owlngaville. The Kanrcrs' Union ple's bank, THE MARKETS yor and turfman, with murdT in rhoot' May Land a Dozen. "Certified Checks." Hon. Cbarlee Eu ing to ot Kentucky, a recently organized Alde-rma-n h ' &0TO wo pot ttcxe-t- . Patrick J, wv evxret-- t "A wife should never consult her for the protection af farmers, gene Clark, president of the First Na llooney. The imUctmejit recites that to mod mere ttnn a dozen nKrmburs Cincinnati Grain Market. hesband about ber clothes," opines a held its first meeting hero and frrcat tional bank. Ludlow. J tbe murder was coxmititd with malice We've got of tho Ohio rarely does ex London modiste. She Flour Wmter patents Hat 25. do "Tho Essential Elements of Suc aforechcught and no bail in alkrweii. onthiia.m was manifested. About 3.IOa3.25, tho goods on ibetn now " Thnt waa family low grado 2.6Sn cept when the bills come home. 500 farmers were in ettccdanco and a cessful Banking" Bound table, conThe fiuling of the Iwlicnrjftt ILo coin stavme rrt of DarVl K. Iiarry. 2.75, Imrd intent I'aj2, 110 incy cashier Gerducted by A. M. hit of union was evident throaghoat Wheat No. 2 red 92a3lc, the nooeaalty of on extnnhilng Tho Irnrcs men have bxn biery for !4J5aliO. man National bank, Newport. An eastern writer says' that all the town. No. 3 red SSaSSc. No. 4 rod trial, and in the county court an order beautiful women look alike. Maybe, Iho third annual meeting ot Group transferrin the case to tho circuit a month, they say. They hwc two Corn No. 2 white GGXa57c. 7laSDc. A braes band led tho parade which No. 3 adjotniox rooerw In tho Otilrtendon whllo but there Is often quite a difference rctuixxl tho entire dietacoo around One. Kentucky Bankers' association, ocurs-- t waa tCaSOc, No. 2 yellow 66a by Judge ScoO. The connixtcd by a demr. in the size of the shoes they wear. C6Uc. No. 3 yellow 63Ma56c, No. '1 pchHc squama. The officers of the ord will be held at Paducah Thursday, May cao will bo heard at the Juno terfn. "This is how wo worked K," tcliX 5Ca56Hc, No. 3 mixed 55Wn er carried ttoovcH, hoes, rakes, spodeti 18. Group Two will hold its second NotwitifiCacdinG the tustlmroy of Barry, pointi-- ; to a couch. Tho con- mixed Oat S6c Some of these scraps In European atwl other implements of agriculture as annual meeting at Morganflcld ThursN. 2 whlto 34Uo35c, and i4vys.cW.rn w4w necting door was opon. Wo shut It s'jindanl whlto 34a.1u,c. No. 3 whlto parliaments are terrible affairs. Think emblems uf the lode, and each mom-b- r day, June 8. tho autopsy, showing that end nhoved tho 1euvy Icoihec-cowr33Ha34c of that Turk who bad his ears boxed. wore a badso of tho association. Mewney Bbot In the hock, Dolan ouueh tlio door. Cincinnati Live Stock. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. He might have bad bis wrist slapped. W II. Evans ornanized the union bcre. persist that ho was forced to kill Cattle Shippers ;i.75a5.65. butcher Worked Otophone. WlnohosttT. "Wet ccxvakd tlio The teachers' Inmltuto Mocney, though he tXlll rcfu. to trains are belne run be under stv.crs, extra i5.76n5.S5. good to choloo maka a deallel statement. hclfore. entru Press Club Committee Named. J5.5a5.75. for Clark county wTTJ this year tbe couoh. It'n about four Ine- - In J5a5 60; choke tween Chicago and Bt Paul and Mingood to II.S5a5.50, cowa, extm SholbyrUio. Ed V. Sirainick, chair- be hold diring the Drat week in neapolis. What has become of tho dlanvutcr and tmdo of motn. I si.QUal.7l: good to choice n txtle-r- y and ki eo sonsHlro ru 4.50; caiiiicra t2.25a3.50. Hulls t4a car wbeela that were made of pa rain of the cxecntiro comenitteo of the SiiKembcT. Mr. Ikttter has fixed thio SHOT BY HIDDEN ENEMY. Kentur-kIrtHj ascxiciaUon, hats, ap- - dato In oreiur to allow His Alico Ram-fxtper? to catch and transmit every eo'.md, St.25a4.75, cxtrrj J4.85a3. Cahai poirrtf d T C, Dnrlvrwood. editor of the who will ho an asuistant icHtruc-toCarlisle. Jonah Hedges', a yewng even a whlwper. WIixvj, unseen, lixtra JC.50; fair to good S5o s UopViisfnlle Now Era; Chorkn C. brldo fcrr farroer, was wixt in the hip and received to make uchor ongagc-ncstA San Francleco with u tolophonc on 655; oominoti and l.irjo J3X0a5.75. Mtnchau, editor ot tho HopkfasrviQe Mimiktr work with other institutes irur-in- g wxntede-- a by an unidentified from her father a wedding gift of the hood of one of cor operatfvit, a Hors tlood to cheticu packer and The gilt, however, will not KerxtaJtlin, anl John S. Lawretice, tho prectdhjs munthn. Tha cexin-t- y from atabnsh. The uho-tii-stenographer, enabled him to tako butclieni $C.20uC30, mlxrel packcra teachers are oomiolk-- J by law to took pl&co em tho S toner Crook pike. down errv7 word uttml in tto other t6.15aC.2R. comiuun to cholcu hoary fat set the fashion In family bridal pres- edrtor of tho Cadiz Itcoonl, a commit-Ut- ) (1 10 uud ltv) to arraitgo a uroirrani for tho mid- attend tho institute bt1 tho time al- No motive for tho attack on Hiva room. ents. rwi 3.50a55, pigsExtra lbs n.G6aX.7r.. Hluc) J6a6. summer CKxilcjr, which will he held lowed if it ceenes uithln their term of is known. A fxtmibii-invtvilf-ttiiet- u of our erl good to choice $3.2ua3.60. 'Triat'H bow wo got lAmbs sohool. A man taken 111 in Hcrrnuila Insisted at Cerulean Spring in June. is being mado by tha tsuthoritScM. d'.coc." 0, upruu- - Iambs JCaS. upon being brought home to die in Citiclnnatl Miscellaneous, As baa often been re- PROPOSED TROLLEY EXTENSION. Famine is Threatened. New York. CLAY COUNTf MAN SHOT. BANK FOR CARROLLTON. Poultr- y- liens 13c lb, spline chick-etFes, Morocco. Thu ciiy U qukit, marked there is co accounting (or AthoL Al llackvr, of Clay county, 25u30o lb, lurkoys tastes. SholbyriHe. hare been was !xt and killed by Txn Gnxu. Cairo 11 ton. The Gevmontown Amew-rca- n but the tock of provttdoira is low and 15c, gecso tiaSc. ducks V. ropcne-- d betwen this city and the Grotiu at emco surrendexeHl lo Denty threatens tho poeiiiaco. Thvtv IOMiC, firsts Ml4c Krkb Prime tlrsta bonk has beon with a r- Creamery Chicago is lufferlng from an epiHallway Co. U an Sheriff Hugh Bryant. by the extra 24M,c, llrsts Butteno fimher attae-kHatker wan capital tock of 25,000. The bank wit havo 23c, fancy dairy demic of automobile accidents. Why fcitdibion ot the lino through th city cod me d a danjjeroua rebe, cruont; whom dsn-nslon- s lie j be ojxiku for husness May 1. 16c. Apples- - Funcy J3.t0a6 a bbl, men to light tbe not hire the hold-utrp, was once sente-nco- d to be cliolco JiaS.IiO a litil. t'urroti- - N O. la tbe penitentiary J auto speeders and kill two birds with lAKrange, The trustt-e- n of tho Iy- - for tbe IrtlliwS of a roan !n Clay cousrty. 20a30 dozcu. Michigan WhltesbuTg. Celery An indiaa-neu- t hat cue stone? lHtpUnt graziiie graded and county high wchool Koy West, Fte.- - The Brrtish ertoam- - $lalJ!5 box. 2UiOtt3 been tvturned against Polly Hart am. a Honcy-3.7&em havo lot tie contract for a new school. crotn. LemEWor W. E. Mobley, one of Burnett I eon, 12, her oon, Klkton er llnnnah M. Beil, which U, bevn on onsto. California 4 13 75. Massachusetts society women are In cost 124,600 and to bo finished by the OnloiLi mlRistr-- r Chrfci- - thorn with tbe tiboojltu; and woundios of ttx Elbow rwrf for two weeks, is n total Yollow U0, white 11.60 bu. Oranges taking up wrestling as a beautifying Novembor 1. The new eohool will tVm church in Kentucky, died at bia of Otto Hart. Tho woman is I losu. Copt. Thomas and trhi oruw J2Ji0a3 box. Pluoapnlea 3.7Ba4 There Is evidently more have a frontage of 125 fce-- t am will be bame, aged 8t, He bad continuously wife, wftllo the I son toy is hia lam have aixtsioued ttiu vesael au uhe lua exercise. etop a crato. Pottttoes-North- tint Ohio 65a trouble coming for the erected tm a plot of ground t00 fet served the Clkton church as pastor for ton. Tzj case will be vosbcel until Ihs. broken tip, Hho was bound from Xcm- - 0c a bu, Kaiiy Ohio lnl.!5 bu. tftroager sex. square. SO yeara Tumip-l,5ifolk to Vi-- n Cruz with coo. bbl. fecial term ot court. SahUthd every kj Tlra.-- family newspaper for sll that true and lrtrttln. The Citizen I O WEATHER. Cr ' DEVELOPMENT OP EASTERN KENTUCKY! iAKta Feur.d FREEZING CorfijJe. fr-- x fight Xr was and ? at Ttattl sij try Nicholas rouaty heavy Ijwm ra.x ice rn Shert n dentally AecL CLAIM SOLONS EXPORTS BRIGHTEN ra bto--o-x- ln -- slug-glkhl- r-- . .... da-ou- -- t0 ws UtlhM n -l tr. aT I- jr-o- ?.) U-et- c:r rsrti jt. ok-tal- eft-a- t 1- c m-tl- '- t be---r- n dd re-ur- wi 20-ac- uutix ,.. j: u -- r4 o rw s. . ., .- . """f rl1 bo y, , aK-wus- j - a ITes-byterl- tw.-i- d Msa-rtbon- fUd-dsl- ut Ken-ned- pre-psrl- lla-srfe- y well-know- n d Krae-mer- rrril-i'ot- B -- de-a- L pre-cied.--J 000-doct- ed -w rt All-ste- "Ditr-ls-H- u' odd-t-rf- a r, R rt Kx-Ir- 8trt lc H p heAt-know- n d Wi2 May 4, THE CITIZEN BANGOR IS The Losses Page Three Heur Neurn Great Orator Had a Warning H- MAINE DEFIES REBELS, DIES IE SWEPT MEXICAN REFUSES TO SURREN DER AND 10 KILLED. Youth Engages In Fight With 400 surrectos on a Railroad In-- Will Reach Six Millions Train. Mexico City. In n battlo with 400 rebels at Cajoncs, Guerrero, a second lieutenant, who wns a mcro boy, refused to surrender or to leavo tho train on which ho and his command of 30 soldiers wero being brought to tho capital. At the conclusion of tho encounter tho nontenant nnd 28 of tho soldiers were dead and tho remaining two ot his men were prisoners. Ono ot the arms ot the lloutcnant was shot away. Tho rebels wero under command of Ocn. Prndenclo Ftgucro. Learning that troops wero being carried on tho Cuernaraca division of tho National railways, tho rebel leader marched to Cajonos, a station somo dlstanco below Cuernavaca. When tho trains stopped he sent a messenger to demand tho surrender of tho troops and a request. If they would not surrendor. to abandon tho train In order that the fives ot tho passengers be not endangered. Fresh from tho School of Asplrantes, a military training school, tho boyish o fllcer sent back word that bo had his orders to continue, on that train. Little tlmo was lost In beginning tho fight Tho rebels poured down tho embank ment on either side ot tho train, and almost simultaneously the shooting was begun by them and by tho soldiers on the train. Passengers who had been Imploring tho officer to yield wero In a panic. Tho cries of women and children wero heard in tho roar of the rifles, nnd the shots from tho rebels raked tho sides ot tbo train, many entering the coaches occupied by passengers. Put ono, however, did personal damage. That ono killed Luis llustamanto. a yonng civil engineer on his way to the capital to bo married. Ilustamante was knoeling beside a frightened girl passenger attempting to comfort her when be was shot. In tho first class coach, Immediately In tho rear ot tho soldiers' car, was riding tho. Jefo, politico of Iguala, Guerrero. Tho rebels forced their way passengers, through the declaring they would Improve this opportunity of ridding tho country of one more of his kind. With the Jefo politico were traveling his wlfo and flvo children. Tho passengers surrounded tho man and with tears running down their faces begged the rebels to spare his life. A short consultation and tho rebels told the wlfo that the entire family might continue their Journoy. El Paso, Tex. Francisco I. Madero has agreed to an extension of the armistice for another flvo dayB while peaco Is discussed. Mexico City has already agreed to the extension. lit-tl- o panic-stricken PLACE INEBRIATES ON FARMS Medical In Henry W. Grady 8eemed to Have Premonition of, Evil Befora Going to Boiton, Where Ho Contracted Fatal Cold. "In the curly part of December, 18891 think It was about two wcoks after congress had mot In regular session I waa tilting In my offlco In Wnshlngton ono evonlng when a man am In, throw hlmaolf Into nn unoccupied chair, and eald: 'Hollol" In this way tho lato Amon J. who In 1889 waa closing bla flrat term In congress, described to mo hla last mooting with Honry W. Orady, editor or tho Atlanta Constitution, who Rained national famo In a single night by a speech which ho rondo on 'Tho Now South" before tho membcra of tho Now Kngtand eoclety In New York on tbo evening ot Forefathers Day, 1886. "I noticed tho moment (Irady aat down." Mr. Cummlnga went on. "that tio seemed to bo In 111 health, or else wna mentally distressed. Ho pushed tils hat upon tho back side of bio head, leaned forward, placed hla elbows upon tho table, and dejectedly rested hla chin In both bands. "Don't you feci well?' I naked; nnd ho replied that eo far as ho knew ho was perfectly well physically, but that ho had been laboring under n tit nf great depression, which bnd seized him tho very moment ho took tho train at Atlanta for tho north. "Thinking to cheer him up a bit, I Raid to him that no man who bad K.i I nod to swiftly tho brilliant reputation which had como to him from ono address ought to havo a moment's dcpresilon. Ho gnvo mo no direct answer, but said Instead: "'I am on my way to Iioston. They Iiato Invited mo to deliver an address thcro on tho evening of Korofathcra" Day They asked mo last year, but I was unable to go to Iioston then. That Now York address, no far as Its success was concerned, was ns great n surprlso to mo as It could have been to any of thoso who Invited mo to pvnk at tho New England dinner.' "Having said this, Grady burled bti faco In hla hands. I thought that he was fearful that he would not maintain at Iioston tho reputation ho had rained threo years earlier In Now York. I asked htm If he was to speak upon tbo samo subject, Tho New South.' How fervid was bis rhetoric upon that occnelonl With what perfection of tho spoken word ho prophesied tho future ot the united coun Cum-rnlng- s, try! How apt were bis metaphors, entirely free from nny grandiloquent flourish, tho moro effect Wo by reason of their simplicity! I thought ot this, and I wondered whether ho would be able at Iioston to stir tho sons ot New Kngland In tho Now England capital as ho had movod the sons ot New at all concerned about tho effect of his speech In Iioston. And ho was not going to speak of tho now south, but of some phases of tho negro question. 'It will bo n moro serious subject than tbo ono I chose for Now York, bocause tho negro question Is tho gravo ono ot tho South,' bo continued. 'Hut I am going to tell them about It exactly what I think.' "Again Grady stopped, and once moro rested his face In his hands. At last bo said: "I don't know what has como over mo. I bnvo not tho slightest anxiety about my Iioston speech, but I can't shako off this feeling of depression. If I waro superstitious. I should cay that It Is portentous.' "I suggested to htm that perhaps his stomach was out of order. "'No.' be repllod, 'It Is not that, nut I don't know what It In. I went to New York with a light heart, and Kngland In Now York. "Ho must bnvo known what was In my mind, for ho said that ho was not with rent enthusiasm. I go to Iioston laboring under this depression.' "He tried to shako oft tbo feeling, wo chattod for a whllo, and then, with n forced cheerfulness, he bade mo good byo. A fow days later I read tho reports In the papors of Orady's Iioston address, learned that ho had maintained his Now York reputation, and I said to myself: 'Now that Ot of depression will pass.' "A fow days later the nows came from Atlanta that Henry VV. Grady was doad. It Is my recollection that he caught a cold at Boston which developed swiftly Into mortal disease. And I hayo novor had any doubt that somo monition bad como to blm of what hla destiny was to be the real explanation of tho depression that he was laboring undor when last I saw htm." (Copyright. Rights Iteservrd.) 1919. DEATH IN THE WAKE OF FLAMES Authorities Are Unanimous Their Belief of the Colony Treatment of Drunkards. Thousands are Homeless and Terror-stricke- n Dynamite Resorted to to Stay the Progress of the Fire Bridges Burned Away and Wires Down. Hanger, Malno. Firo fanned by a stiff breczo wiped out pranAkiairiy nil tho business district end pulllc build-lug- u and oto up tho best residential A now method ot handling tbo problem of drunkenness Is set forth In Tho Survey. Whllo It Is undoubtedly a suggestion of tbo right kind tor the relief of Individual cases of drunkenness It would appear to tho casual observer that too much of our effort and time and monoy are spent In tho attempt to repair the damage which wo ourselves permit by licensing the public drinking saloon. There Is one ot tho gutter that Is to remove tho gutter. Wo are dealing too largely with effects and not with causes. Inebriety Is tho source ot many of tho most Important problems ot government. Recent figures show that 2S.9 per cent of tho malo cases ot Insanity In Now York nro duo to excessive uso of alcohol. In Pennsylvania 41 per cent of the Imbeciles owe their condition to Intemperance 30 to 40 por cent of epileptic cases havo tholr origin In alcoholism. Tho report of tho Hoard of Prison Commissioners of MassachusottB for 1903 states that 86,365, or GO per cont of tho total arrests wore mado for public Intoxication. Drunkenness as a causo ot poverty Is continually noticed In every- district on tho northern side Tfoo loss te raHinatod at JC.000.000. Tho efforts of tho flro deportment from the time tbo flro eUtrted wore absolutely futile. In on hour tno flro hud leaped beyond all control. Tho SratUi and Strickland Wocks were Jn a vain attempt to otay tho flames. thing better than to lift a man out by K- - 3- - Edward. AH Queer Place for Nest. Birds In London somotlmes choose queer ncMlngplaccs. A pair ot sparrows bavo this year chosen the granite crown of the Iloyal coat of arms which decorate tho massive gothlc arch of tho mlddlo tower ot tho Tower of London. Thcro they have been seen actively at work designing the architecture of their homo. Tho birds havo only Just room enough to get In and out of tho stonework at tho boso of tho crown. Flames Driven South. After tho first nli of tho frro to the north tho bad: wind sot up Cy tho flro itielf tanned tho flames toward, the feuth, thircutenlng that part ot tiao city that at first s owned taifo. At tho stunt alt comtnunicatum except by tho Postal Telegraph Co. wca cut off. Tho Western Union and tho u telophono ollltw wont early, the rcvrrowSy cscaprns; through, their davotlon to ditty In staying at tlieir lxwt tireUl farced out toy the IUtmsj. panic stricken. The Tho people escap'o to Brewer, across tho Penobscot, wan cut off early by tho burrrfn? ot tho bri'dccG. oper-utor- wo Story of White's Elevation President Cleveland, Vexed by Two Rejections by Senate, "Got as Far Away From New York State as Possible." nut for Grovor Cleveland's determination "to get as far awny from New York state an posslblo." Edward Douglas White would probably not now be chlof Justlco of the United Btatca Supremo court. And tho various Interesting details of how ho came to bo put on tho bench aa an assoclato Justice by President Cleveland are given hero for tho first time. President Cloveland found It expedient to summon concresa Into extraordinary session In tho summer ot 1893. Panic prevailed. There had been a virtual suspension of payments by tho banks. Tho president was assured that If congress would repeal tho Sherman silver law, confldenco would bo restored. It so happened Cleveland's View of Arthur Ho Had Sincere Admiration for His Predecessor and for His Skill and Courage In Handling a Difficult Situation. er Mr. George F, Parker, tho biographof (irovrr Cleveland and his friend for years, bad many opportunities fur confidential conversation with Mr. Cleveland, during which the latter spoko freely ot men and events of tho political generation with which he waa Identified. "On ono occasion," said Mr. Parker, "when I wuh chatting with Mr. Clove-lan- d It was whllo ho was serving his first term ox president somo chance reforenco was niude to bla predecessor In the Whltu Ilouso, Chester A. Arthur. Instantly. Mr. Cleveland upoko In a most ten. lor and sympathetic manner of General Arthur, and when ho hnd tluUhed I wits much Impressed by tho ourni'Htiu'HU and the cordiality of his appreciation ol President Arthur and his iidmtulKtrattmi." At this point I Interrupted to say that 1 had high authority for the statement that before Clovuland became governor of New York, and certainly niter ho had entered the executive, mansion at Albany, lm had sincere for General Arthur, primarily based on homo business or professional association ot an earlier day, "That fueling." replied Mr, Parker, "Mr, Cleveland still moro strongly utter bo had been ho mo time In the presidency. Hla early experiences In tbut oirico tnado It clear to him bow very dtlUcult the position ot (leunral Arthurr must havo boon when ho entered (lie presidency, not as president-elect, but by vlrtuu ot constitutional succession. "I cannot undertake to repeat Pros Idtitt Cleveland's pruclsn words, but I can glvo you very clearly tho substance of his opinion rejecting General Arthur as president and the reasons ho gavo for, holding that oplntou. Ho discovered that 'there wero always embarrassments, some ot them seriInaugurated ous, awaiting n newly fnU-mat- o fact that ho was recognized aa one of tho leaders of tho Stalwart faction of tho party, tho faction that had placed Itself In opposition to tho administration or President Garfield. Hut Cleveland had a good opportunity for learning bow skilfully and with what gen-tlfirmness and a complete senso ot patriotic duty President Arthur met tho responsibility. He was particularly Impressed by General Arthur's display ot moral courage when ho vetoed tho first river and harbor bill sent to him a bill outrageously crammed with 'pork.' And I distinctly remember what Mr. Cleveland said aftor he had told of tho difficulties that bad beset Arthur and pointed to the fact that by tho end ot his term the breach In bis party had been healed and there was recognition In congress that a patriot, conscientious and earnestly patriotic citizen had been administering tho government: "'I do not think that the country as yet 'ully realizes or appreciates tho high cbnracter of tho service ot President Arthur. Hut I feel certain that when tho accurate history of his administration nnd times Is written thcro will coma a full appreciation, which will bo the abiding Judgment of the American people.'" o (Copyright, 1910, by li J. Edwards. Slights Ilewirvrd.) All president. Frequently, tbeso are diffToo Much to Ask. icult In ease tbo succession passed to "I would gladly die for you," ho ex one of an oppciHtto party. Hut General Arthur became presldout because claimed, "Hut what I am going to nsk you to of thu assasslnatlou ot Presldeut Garfield. Passion was aroused through- do calls' for greater heroism un your out tho country. Grievous factional part than that," she replltd slowly. "What Is It?" he asked. disturbances had been created In the 'Go to work," she answered. ltepubltean party. It waa un extraor"Anything but that" bi-- responded, dinary dlfflcult responsibility that .waited General Arthur lu view ot tbo glvluv up Is despair Hydrophobia In Russia. According to tho Horlln correspondent of the London Lancet. 405 persons wero officially recorded as having been bitten by rabid animals In Prussia In 1909. Tho animals Inflicting tho Injuries are described as 190 dugs, 6 cats, 3 horses and 4 other domesticated animals. In 19 cases the patient contracted tho dtBeaso from other persons. Of the total number of persons bitten 374 (92.1 por cent) Pasteur ticatment. There received wero 10 deaths In all, 8 ot the dead having been treated by Pasteur's method, so that among 374 persons treated In thla way, 8 (2.13 per cent) 32 persons not died, and among treated In this wny, 2 (6.25 per cent) died. Lives May Have Been Lost. Tho Jots of lire It Is ImporsrtMe to Bo far aa known ttoero baa c&tfnvuto. been ono deaUi reported, although that a vacancy upon tho bench ot tho completely dcmoraMzod are tho police Supremo court had occurred, and the awl flro systems. Bangor la tlo head of navigation on president determined to send Into the cenato at tho extra session the nom- tike Penobscot Tivcr and has 23,000 Its 1 unit) or trade b Cauda seo-enination of a lawyer to 1111 that vaIn the United Stale. cancy. Taking counsol solely with himself, be sent In tho nomination ot William I). Hornblower of New York. The sen-ot- SPECIALTRAIN LEAVESRAILS did not act upon tho nomination at tbo spocla session, and so as con- E'jht Missing Believed Dead In the gress adjourned without confirming Burned Wreck. tho appointment, It was necessary for tho president to make a new nominaiCaslon, Penn. An excursion train, tion when congress met In Decembor. bcanireg 170 women schoolteachers ot It was suggested to him that bo send Syracuse and Utica, N. Y., on a, somo other name than that ot Mr. tour to Washington, waa thrown Hornblowor to the senate. In fact, by spreading ovor on umbonkmetit Mr. Hornblower himself made this suggcullon. But Grover Cloveland iMany persons were Injured, and at would not have been tho man he was suggestion of that least 8 jro missile- - It b bcHevord had he agreed to a kind. "Your nomination will go to ttot tho missing persona fl.ro dead the senate again, and will stay there lu tho wreckage. Engineer and Conductor l"cr-tountil It Is confirmed or rejectod," ho died from thofer Injuries. said to Mr. Hornblower. Tbo nominaGoing at High Speed. tion was again made, and David B. Tho train was traveling at a rate of Hill, then a senator, caused It to be 60 miles an hour, and when the locorejected. wthcre A day or two later President Cleve- motive struck a tHar fiirvo, Topafoing the tracks. It land sent to tho scnato the nomina- men had been s tion of Wheeler II. Peckham ot New Jumped wid ran along a httlshlo, four of tlhe Ore cars with It. York for assoclato Justice. Senator All of the cars took flro and burned Hill mado this nomination a personal lssuo. Ho had urged tho senate to re- Hkn Under. Not a splinter Is loft. Tii teachers were to liavo been the ject Hornblower on the ground that ho guests of Vice President Sherman, was not a loyal Democrat. But Wheeler II. Peckham was a personal as well as a political enemy. Mr. Hill therefore appealod to tho custom known as TORNADO IN MISSOURI senatorial courtesy, und In that way he secured the rejection of the nomination of Peckham tor Justice. Path Ten Mile Long and a Mile Wide Devastated Two Known Fatalities. Thereupon Grover Cloveland determined so to act as to put an end to W'arreriisiburg', Mo. A tornado, acthe playing fast and looso with his nominations to tho Supremo court companied by tcrrltlo rain from Mm bench. "I am going to get as far away wobt, cwvt a path a mllo wide acrojo from Now York state as posslblo," he Northern Johnson county, 10 ntlfes. declared. So fair as repomd, moro ttwn a 'The senators from New Yortl appear not to want a New York score ol houses wero unroofed-Four man to fill the vacancy upon the bench duelling homed wero entirely swept caused by the death ot a Justice who away. Winiam T. Pain's rcointon ot was nominated from New York. Well, antebellum days wan Mown to atoma I think I can accommodate them." son, was Kelly Fain, bis The president asked ono or twet carried a quarter of a mile and thrown friends to sound tho senators quietly against the ground with such foi-crespecting the availability ot Edward that every bouo lu hi" body wias broD. White, senator from Louisiana, as ken ami lids brains dashed out, assoclato Justice. Tboso friends told The boy's mother wan ubvo orruck that Senator with (lying dm boit and- will die. President Cleveland White camo from an old Louisiana Whig family. RACING SEASON OPENED. "Well, there Isn't any Whig party now; Senator White was elected as a Spring Meeting Held Under Dripping Democrat and be Is a Democrat," was Skies. the reply. "Would thcro be the slightest objeclAxlnsonT Ky. Tho Kentucky astion to his appointment?"' And the sociation's cprinc meeting wes opened answer was that It bo cent Senator under dripping skies and with a mudWhite's namo to tbo senate for asso- dy track, yet tho nttcntltinco v,vb ciate Justlco that body would confirm larger and the iwiollns heavier than the appointment within ten minutes. on tho openlns day last spring. Tho While this consultation was going prevalent kcenneta of the pcoplo for on Senator White was Ignorant of the sport wa ovcrywheie evident. what was In tho president's mind. A Winners and Odds, few hours beforo his nomination was ; Cach on Emlleld (T. Itlcc), sent to the tenato a friend said to Delivery (Kennedy), ; Work Pox Senator White: "President Cleveland (Archibald), 15-Co.mtles- - (MiTtc- Is going to Iwlslana for his Supremo gart), IrUhtnwn (R. (looso), court Justice. Ho says be ts going to Pltain (Mcdiworthl get ns far away from New York state us possible, because tho New York Warehouse Burned. seuators don't want a New York man Chotiunooa, Tenn, A spectacular appointed." "That would be a great honor for bUuo on the river front rosultid In tho destruction of Iho warehouse ot the Ixmlslana," Senator White said. Whether Just previously be had a Tcimessco Navigation Co., entailing a more direct Intimation of the presi- toss approximately $15,000. dent's purpose la not known, but bis nomination waa speedily confirmed, Clod of Dirt Kills Man. and It was confirmed unanimously and Dublin, da. Dan Cooper, engineer with such evidence ot cordial appreciation that Bonutor Wullo was deeply lu a cotton oil mill, died oa a result of being- struck In tbo tcmplo with a clod touched. At; of dirt by Dick, 18, son of Deputy finer- (Coi light, UJO. tiy li, J. ttdirarUa. Ulvhts nvurvtd.) Iff Rowland. d o po-clVa-ncn car-ryln. 17-211-507-2121-j!- menial servlco for tbo bartender get a drink. This Is the most natural tbtng for him to do. Tbo alcoholic repeater Is tho natural result of the short sentence. Tho number ot persona who appear again and ngaln for drunkenness ts alarming. In ono caso, a man now CI years of ago has been In tbo work-hous- o 62 soparate times. Ho has spent 3,163 days there at a total cost for maintenance alono of fl.868.S3. Another case has been In the work-bous- o 34 different times. In tho alcoholic wards of a city hospital 31 Umes, In tho municipal lodging house twice. In tho almshouse once and In two other hospitals two times each. He has spent a total of 1,943 days In these various places at a total cost of $1,323.12. Still another case, a man about CG years of age, has been In tbo workhouse, almsbouso, or hospitals 71 times or a total of 5,884 days at a total cost of 2,492.37. In Utlca. N. Y., one person has appeared beforo the police court at least 160 times for public Intoxication. day llfo. Tho uso ot tho short sentence Is absolutely Ineffective. A man leaves tho county Jail or workhouse without money and In most cases without friends. Ho can scouro shelter in a saloon nnd probably by performing Thero is substantial unanimity as SENATE to tho general linos along which changes should be made. A graded Is needed. First of III Health Senator Frye series of remedies Because offenders should bo released without Resignation as PresTenders their appearance In court. For tho ident Pro Tern. next grade ot cases probation Bhould Imposed to bo colWashington. On account of til bo tried and a fine In Installments. Moro serious health Senator Frye of Maine ten- lected should bo committed to a farm his res- cases dered to the plan Incolony. To enrry out ignation as president pro tempore ot volves extending greatly this principle tho senate. Tho senator la confined of probationary oversight of petty ofthe to bis apartment nnd bis friends, beThis principle Is comparacause of his advanced age, are appre- fenders. tively recent In application but the hensive. rcsultx are so satisfactory that It has' It Is probable that Senator Galllngor passed tho experimental stage. will succeed him as president pro Seven states provide for the comtcm. mitment ot habitual drunkards on tho Senator Frye has had a long career petition of relatives accompanied by of usefulness and distinction, having proper medical certification. When served as senator since 1881, when he n man baa completely lost his succeeded James Q. Dlalne, and havnnd Is n constant burden to ing been for ten years previous a rep- his family, It should not bo necessary resentative from Mnlne. so obnoxious to the for him to years old community become Incur arrest for disThe senator Is eighty-onaa to and has been In public llfo continu- orderly conduct before ho can bo comously slnco his first election to the mitted to nn Institution. Maine legislature In 1SC1. Ills home Medical authorities are unanimous Is In Lewlston, Me. In their' belief In tho farm colony Tho prime necessities treatment. FORCE PRISON HEAD TO QUIT are: Isolation from alcohol for a continuous period ot time, abundance of Cornelius Collins, Superintendent for light and fresh air, therapeutic baths ReThirteen Years, Requested to and as much outdoor work as the paNot sign by Governor Oix. tient Is capable of physically. all eases of Inebriety, howover, can V. bo treated alike. Physical differ-enrcN. Albany, Cornelius Y. Collins ot Troy, state superintenddue to the stage of the dlseaso ent ot piIsuuh for thirteen years, bus tequlre classification and diversified resigned, Ills resignation, which treatment. Incipient nnd advanced reached (lovernor Dlx, takes effect Im- cases cannot be treated together. mediately. Superintendent Collins bad Tho advantage of such colonies aro supervision of the four state prisons that n largo number of rounders Sing Sing, Auburn, Clinton ond Great would be tnken from tho streets, Meadows and of tho Mnttc:iv:m and courts, prisons, workhouses, nnd hosDanncmora hospitals for thu criminal pitals. Many cases that aro n coninsane. stant mcnuco to society would be reSoon ufter Governor Dlx mutinied moved. Pumllles that aro burdened offlco In January ho requested Superby earing for fnthers nnd brothers intendent Collins to resign, but the lat- who aro habitually drunk would bo reter relused. The governor next or- lic ed. Hut most Important thn Indidered an Investigation ot the state vidual would b Isolated from alcohol commission In lunacy, Mato prisons and placed In a healthful environment nnd reformatories nnd the exclsn and nnd helped to lead a wholesome and highway depcrtmcnts. As a result ot partially life. the Investigations at Slug Sing nnd Clinton altered IrregularltleH lu thu Temperance Is Chrlitlanity. purchase ot supplies wero found, but "From the tlrst, oven when most ot no cbaiges wero preferred against Col. tbo churrhes were as yet hostile, tho lint. temperance movement has been n movement deriving Its power Eight Are Cremated. Roanokn, Vn Mrs. J. II. Nutin, a from a strong fultli In God and tho children were belief tbut the movement whs fulfillwidow, and Beven burned to deith In u (Ire which de- ing Ills ptirposo in tho moral upbuilding of Ills cblldieu, and In tho stroyed their homo In southwest Three of her ten chlldun es- removal from ttelr path of avoldablo. Temperance work li. temptation. caped by lenping from windows. practical Christianity No other phase of Chrlstlun work la so Immediately 1C0 Are to Sing for Mrs. Taft. Now York At tho Invitation of Mrs, effective on llfo uud character, In removing temptutlou, in( Taft 100 inoiuboM of tho Moznrt and thus prea New York musical organlia-Uon- . do eloping will so to Washington lo psttltl-pat- paring tho soul for deeper rellictsu In tbo May garden party en the expirleuces. II. G. t'tinuoelloi, J. I'. QUITS AS HEAD OF self-contr- e a Koa-nok- -- o Wblto House lawn on May 12. Page Four. THE CITIZEN. tho third of the scries of the life work meetings will be held. Four callings will be presented: The Farmer, by Clark Wilson; Tho Engineer, by V. 0. Stecnrod; The lawyer, by Sewell Combs; The Doctor, by John R. Warrington. Special music will bo given. Upper Cbapcl, 6:15 p. m., May 7, 1911. Town citizens aro cordially Invited. Tho I'rlscllla Club held It lart business meeting of tho year at tlw rome of Mrs. Coddlngton, Thursday, April 37th. The following officer.! Mero elected for tho ensuing year: President, Mm. S. H. llakcr; Mrs. J. P. Faulkner; Secretary, Mrs. Carl Hunt; Treasurer, Mrs. Clevo Wooir. Mrs. J. W. Stephens, Third member of Executive com- May 4. 19 u i. v. ai ins x. a. nrii ounaay Wall Paper 10c to $1.00 per roll It requires three full and complete Sample books to represent the line, all of which is in stock and ready for delivery. I have most all thc latest designs and at prices far less than you will find elsewhere. jgM "Bends with your foot" kNS iMMm !iWW &ifKSW Yi cvhiohPrcscn-e,.llth- c You will find any 0f ,,c Red Cross dress shoes Ju a' cas? and comfortable aj thC WaIk''ni: n.turd elasticity. Once you arc fitted in Sb" the Red Cross Shoe, you wM be better tatiified than J0U gjgggggjygffi 1 KNo$ Don't hesitate to select thc moit vlish Rcd Cro Its comfort h not due to itsshapeorsrjlcbuttoit, JQf$mt i ; &0.4St T footwear. C been before appearance as j$lfffeS pS$ iggflJS I3LJL gSSSft HPScfliM b nd, "C J" ISW tSp CL JU&iSw;0W& r,, This sole ,s tanned by . seasonhowrestiulthcRed Cross Shoe really fa&hnabU U . is-- SSS VSPKV Aso, Ofe"$3-50Hl$l- Hish Shoes $4, $4.50 and $5. fficse are tf sfves .to iz7Z ,nm Hl 7 '. $M mMWm 51 AWg? E. F. COYLE You pay less - -- or get more mittee. After tho meeting delightful icfreshmcnta wepJ srvocd by the hostess. Frank Abney who has undergone an extended and critical attack of la now able to be out and "The FHrniUre Man" around again. Mrs. Dlnsmoro Is in Louisville this week attending the meetings of Feder ated Women's Clubs. She haa charge Rev. Benson II. Roberts, D. D.. of Mr. Gamble was In London for a of tho Crafts exhibit. fow dajs this week. Pittsburg, Pa., will preach Sunday Dr. Cowley waa in Lexington, TuesChurch and A great game of baseball will lie looming at tho Union day. e Sunday night at the College Chape!. Ror. and Mrs. C. A. VanWinkle of played between tho Academy and Mr. Wni. Isaacs has purchased a workers, Saturday p. m. at 2:30. Vanccburg accompanied the body of their seven weeks old baby to Be- Several old time exports will bo seen farm In tho bluegrass and eipects to move onto It soon. rea, Tuesday, for burial. Tho funeral upon the field. Walter Scott llllxs, of tho class cf W. P. Chapman, who will ho services were held In tho M. E. church and wero conducted by the remembered as a student for several "!7. writes from Eagle Pass, Texas. Pastor, Her. Isaiah Cllne, assisted by years here and who afterwards studied He Is sUerlntendciit of schools there. agriculture at Ann Arbor and taught He oxpects to visit Berea the coming Rev. J. P. Blcknell and J. W. Tho Interment took placo at tho Cane Spring school fouth of Commencement when he will receive Louisville, Is somewhat recently mar- I he degree of A. M, In tho Ilcrea cemetery, Tuesday of A letter from Mr. II. P. Allen ried and Is now preaching and conducting a storo In Lockland. Ohio. Bluff City, Tumi., Informs us that we In our wero "considerably mixed" announcement of his last week's wo stated marriage. In our write-uthut Mr. Allen Is a graduate of the Normal Department. This Is true, but he Is nlw) a graduate of the College, Class 1905, having received tho degree B. L. Our other error waa as to tho residence of the bride. Tho clipping from which we got our Information did not state that she waa a losldent of Bluff City, Mr. Allen's home, but It did uot give her residence and tho Inference uas that she wax from tho same place. Wo aro informed that her former home was Bedford City, Va. We are glad to make these corrections. The second of the serifs of "Life R. H. CHRJSMAN Col-l"g- Van-Winkl- e. p "Buggy Day" Saturday, May 13, 1911 oooooooooo6ooo"(oiicioooo(Bo!ooooooo o I I Miss Mary Adams Is T. 7.. 111. " o o o o Berea and Vicinity. GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Several of our prominent business men went to Richmond, Monday. Mr. Archie D. Bradshaw left, Friday, for Louisville. He takes a posi- I oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Chrisman and Eagle carry the best fertilizer, DR. BEST; Edgar E. -a a L) fc. CTTT M.-- e tion as pharmacist. For particulars about "Buggy Day,' circulars. A big day. Everybody come. A handsome bed room suite to be given away at 3 p. m. to the lucky man. For particulars see the circulars. I N , 11 O 1 rUONK 1S3 Berea, Ky. L. Robinson, .1 ( nf fr ifitAl.Aii baker were in Cincinnati, Sunday. Messrs. OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE ; DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life and Accident.' Insurance Richmond, Ky. Phone 505 L. A N. TIKE TABLE :S0 a. aa. 11: W p. Knaxville BEREA CincianaU 1:29 p. m 6:10 p. m. 78outh Booad Local S:2S p. so. 6:40 a. m. CiBcianatl 11:69 S. m. 12:19 p. m. BBREA E:M a. aa. 7:00 p. m. Kooxrllle Mr Rlchard Moore was home over Sunday from his work at Lexington. Mr. J. W. VanWinkle Is in town this week. "Buggy Day' at Welch's on Sat- urday, .May 13,1911. i Mr. Arthur Datley, a former student of Berea, haa been visiting friends in town this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Logsdou of 3:S7 a. aa. Panola were visiting here Wednes7:45 a. in. day and Thursday with their son and n Mr. and Mrs. Will Duncan have moved Into one of Mrs. Early' houses on. School Street. Keep your eye on G. D. Holllday's big adv. on pae four for the best bargains In Real Estate In Berea and Madison County, Kentucky. Congregational 'church for month of May. First Sunday, Mr. Francis O. Clark. Come and hear a helpful message; Second Sunday, Mr. Horace Caldwell. Hear a strong young man who has Invested his life for Jesus Third Sunday, Mr. Isaac Christ: Hacker. Mr. Hacker Is ono who sees tho hand of God In his life; Fourth Sunday, H. M. Racer, Pastor. Services 11 o'clock. WELCH'S PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for butter, eggs and chickens Pure home rendered lard in 50 lb cans at KUd Building, Comer Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. 12c FRESH PISH EVERY THURSDAY a me I. M. Li. A, . ... OJT Mr. H. E. Taylor. Ho spoke on "Busl- i:rsa as a life Work," and cmphaslz-(- d esieclally the many advantages In this field and the requisites of a successful business man. A full bouv.' and tlm careful attention of th audience showed the Interest taken In this subject as Mr. Taylor pru-cnte- d It. The Citizen has a letter from Mr. Henry C. Ingram, 11113 Logan Street, Murpheysboro. 111., Missionary of the Work" uajr I 1. meetings , ... .1 III was led last Sun- - Sunday School Union. Mr. a natlvo of Jackson County, Kentucky, and a former student of Berea. He calls Tho Citizen a very dear friend and a)s he could not do wlthouMt. American Ingram Is The number of Germans Hie Fatherland In 190S for the purpose of making homes abroad waa only 19,883. In 1881 the number of emigrants from Germany was 520,901. The who left per pound total emigration from Germany since 1871 amounted J jj. ROBERTS, PrOP. practical cessation of emigration from Germany has a bearing upon the future of both nations. these people States. The to 2.760.000, and 17,951,000 came to of the Express Trslaa rs Stop to take oa and let off pa from beyond Clnclaaatt or from Atlanta and beyoad, Soata Bouad 8:15 a. aa. CiaelnnaU 11:44 a. at. BEREA en-g- Nortk BBREA 4:E p. S:3fi BeU BU Cincinnati p. aa. visited Alcorn hero, Monday and Tusday. Sallle Fowler was In Richmond, J. E. Parsons of Monday, on business. Mrs. Will Coylo is vlbiting her brother, Jaa. Baker. Rev. Parsons weut to Whltea Station to fill his appointment, SaturMr, (leorge Coylo who has been day and Sunday. visiting at the homo of his brother. Highest prlcea paid for wool. J. S. Air. Isaac Coyle, returned to his home, (!ott, Depot Street. Tuesday. Mr. R. J. Engle was In Richmond, Mr. S. McGulre was taken to the Monday. Gibson Hospital lu Richmond, Sunday, i daughter. Eight young people from Berea immensely enjoyed a house party last Saturday and Sunday at Miss Viola Click's home near Kcrby Knob. Everybody come to Welch's on "Uu-g- y Day" to see who gets the bed room suite. Mr. C. C. Rhodua waa in Richmond u part of this week ou business. For the whitest and best flour, go to R. J. Engle. The proceeds of the bazaar which of the Ladles' Missionary Society the Baptist church will hold Friday and Saturday of this week at Mr. U. B. Roberts' shop will go to make up their pledge for Foreign Missions. Store burned but still in business. New stand In Hanson Hall. W. J. Tatum. CHEERFUL SPRING CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS :: :: :: ' Cast off the Winter Garb and get in tune with Spring. Bright attractive fabrics the Handsomest New Styles that have been evolved for spring wear. from us. There's an advantage: wc sell more and show more furnishings than any other store in Berea. We sell more because we :: :: :: :: show more and we show more because we sell more. A Timplv TTlI HIlvI jr 1 1JJ Purchase your spring out-f- it BARGAIN DAY groceries and Fresh and vegetables. New goods nearly every day. Shall be pleased to see my old customers and many new ones st my new stand la Hanson Hall, Corner of Main and Center 8ta. W. I. Tatum. Mrs. John Cornett who has been visiting her mother here for some time left Sunday for her home la Vlrgtna. Mr. Crockett Ely who has been attending school here leaves today for Fulrland, Oklahoma, where he Is to ao carpentry work. $1.00, $2.00, $3.00 Spring Shirts 50c, $1.00, and $2.00 " 25c, 50c, $1.00 Hose 10c, 25c, and 50c. Gloves 50c, $1.00, $1.50. Stick pins, Cud Links, Arrow Collars, etc., all here in grand array Tor your choosing. You can look here without buying as much as you please. Glad to show :: :: :: you any day :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: Spring Straw Hats Neckware 2:00 p. m. SATURDAY MAY 6 MRS. EARLY'S MAIN ST. RHODUS STORE HAYES THE QUALITY BEREA, KY. May 4, ion. . THE CITIZEN. I ; SOY BEANS By M. A. Scovall, Supt. Ky. Agricul- If 1 ii Six brand new full size ture Experiment Station. Tho toy bean (or aoja bean) belongs to the legumo family. Tho planU of tbl family aro characterized by their ability to uso tho freo nitrogen of llio atmosphere Thla process is accomplished by tho nodulo bacteria living upon tho roots of the plants. If nodulos are not present It may Mfely bu assumed that tho plant Is feeding wholly upon the nitrogen of tho soil. To examine for nodules, do not pull tho plant up, but thrust a spade Into the ground and rcmovo tho plant with tho soil adhering to the roots, set It In a bucket of water to soak tho soli loose, and carefully wash tho dirt away from the roots. Th nodules aro wart-lik- e enlarge ment, varying In slzo from a pin h6o.il to a pea or even larger. 'iiio soy ocan generally makes an erect growth, although somo varieties have a tendency to vine. The Loans aro borne In short pods, usu ally containing three beans. The beans all' ripen at tho tamo time, thus making them easier to harvest than cow poas, especially when they are to be threshed for tho grain. Tho cowpca will continue to grow and produce pods until frost. Tho soy bean Is easier to cure and handle for hay than tho cowpca on account of Its erect habit of growth. Tho soy bean seed aro richer In protein and oil than tho cow pea, tho soy bean containing on an average about X5 per cent of protein and 20 per cent of oil, against about 20 per cent of protein and 1.76 per cent of oil in the cowpea. Soy bean hay contains about 20.9 per cent protein and 2.32 1t cent rat as against 25.S9 per EAT, DRINK your AND BE MERRY Flour, Meal and Groceries R. f DAVENPORTS FOR $12.50 EACH .;,' J. ENGLE WHITEST AND PEST FLOUR FOR THE LEAST MONEY Do not wander around but save time by buying Suits and Shoes here. The Nobbiest styles in town. all-wool all-leath- er . AT Ii ring your Hams, Bacon, Eggs and Chickens. We pay highest prices and aways have plenty to eat. CHRISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE MAN" R. J. ENGLE & SON Phone 60 Berea, Ky. Is difficult to obtain. Tho nodules may not appear on tho crop tho first year, but it beans are planted on tho same piece ot ground tlw socond year tho nodules will appear. Boll from an inoculated field scattered on an un Inoculated field, and Immediately harrowed, will lnsuro Inocu- tho seed 1000 OTHER BARGAINS summr 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Why Not Now? Here are many reasons why you should begin now: Toy Oat Meal, 2 for 15c Lenox Soap, 3 for 10c Pink Salmon, ioc 2 Cans Corn, 15c Cans Tomatoes, 25c 2 Cans Hominy 3 lb, 15c Extra Fancy Muir Peaches 10c lb Ivory Soap, 6 for 25c 3 Colored Means, per lb 3c Napthia Soap, 6 for 25c Ideal Soap, 6 for 25c 2 Cans Krout, 15c lb Steel Cut Coffee, 25c Arjjo Starch, 7 for 25c Johnson & Allen or Karavan Shredded Wheat, Puffed Rice, Ralston, Grape Nuts, Cream of Wheat, Post Toasties, 2 for 25c Eldean, Marguerite, Columbia or Gold Medal Flour, 65c Remember we guarantee to save you 10 per cent on your year's supply 1 lation the first year. Pure culture for Inoculation may hi obtained from tho U. S. Department of Agriculture at Washington. For hay, beans aro cut just as tho pods aro beginning to form well. They uro cured as clover hay. Care must bo observed not to allow the leaves to sunburn and fall off as they are the most valuable part of the plant, lieana for seed had best be cut with e a reaper or binder, for In cutting with a mower the machine Is driven over tho swath and shatters tho beans. It is not a laborious matter In lient out enough seed tor homo uso with a stick or flail. Tho beans mar be threshed In an ordinary separator by making a few changes In tho ma chine. self-rak- Anrone -- end In a ketrh and detcrtMlon nay flnteklr ucftTtaln our nolnlnn ffM whLlir a&n invention le pronoir pmrmAnin, votnmunicrv tionjitrletlrronOdetitfaL MftNtlROM oal'iunu nurse, Oldert aiiancy roraecunnfpuenu. pccKH DcaiaNi Copyrights Ac TRADE MARKS Pt0&t4 taken throush llunn aca.NMln TMcicfff wunom Boinn, w tua Scientific Jfmcricaii Anandtomtly lllnstrated weekly, ranraat tr eolation of any seisntulo Inurnal. Tsrms, $1 m nari four months, (L Bold bi all newsdealers. MUNNCo.BNewYork Branch OOoa, at T BU Vfathlnnon. Ii. U. AlAOAZLaSTB "Written So Yon CmVnimUmi K A1CCHANICS QUANTITY QUALITY EQUALITY WELCH'S and "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE" ORATORICAL CONTEST On May 1st, tbo second oratorical contest of tho Intercollegiate Prohibition Association of Kontucky colleges was bold at Georgetown. Mr. Tharp of Transylvania was awarded tint Mr. place and a cash prlzo of $25. S. W. Orathwohl of Uerea secured second place and a cash prlzo of $10. Jlr. Qrathwehl was awarded first on delivery, but Mr. Tharp won because he wcuml a higher mark on com- position. Ileroa wus well represented at convention. Five delegates made trip and thoso distinguished by their committee work. Terry was elected Secretary of State Association. UNIQUE VISITOR On tho occasion of Mr. Ilryau's visit to Ilereu there came a unique visitor In tho iiersou of Mr. Joseph Martin of Laurel County, Kentucky. Mr. Martin was born In Woodford 18.13. County, Kentucky, In Ills parents fled to tbo mountains to escape tho dreadful scourgo, cholera, that depopulated tho Old Settlements ot Kentucky about that year. Ills grandfather on his futher's side was un Kngllshmuu nnd his mother was n Miss Wyatt of Knox County. Mr. Martin has taught 52 public hchools In and Cluy counties, besides somo subberlptlon schools utndwltched In betweon. Ho Is thor-ol- y nwakn on educational and polltl (ill questions and shows well faculties of mind. Ho talks freely and entertainingly of person the the s thorn-solve- Mr. tho al experiences, recollections nnd present day problems. Ho relates a change of heart that come to him about ISM) on the theory and practice of education. Up to that time he believed and practiced the theory that education was a muscular process. Tho old adage, "sare the rod and voll the child," was kooiI g08'l mid "licUlu" nnd "larnln" went hand In haml. At this particular time ho broko with tho old school and took up the now faith. Ho now, after years of practice and observation, believes education to bo more ot a psychological process Uinn a musclar one. Mr. Martin snows us how a mnn need not grow old especially in his mind. Thanks, worthy friend, como und see us again. 6RADUATIN6 EXERCISES 6 The Training class ot tho llaptlst Sunday School having completed tho "Normal Muntial" will receive diplomas next Sunday, May 7th. Dr. J. M. Krost of Nashville, Tenn., Secretary Sunday School Hoard of the Southern Baptist Convention, will deliver tho address at eleven n. m., and present the 21 diplomas. Ho Is also expected at tho same servlco to grant tho certificate of "A-l- " to the Sunday School. PAYS TO USE BRAINS Soy beans should not be planted 1'iitll tbo ground has thoroughly warmed up, which is usually about tho last week in May or the first of June. The ground should bo prepar ed thoroughly early in tho spring and hnrrowed frequently to keep tho crusted surface broken and to kill out wends. Soy beans cannot compote with weeds. Tho seeding may bo done with a grain drill. It it is desired to sow tho beans for seed, leavo overy fourth hole of tho drill open, thus placing tho rows 23 to NORMAL REUNION '32 inches npart. Cultivate frequently with light Implements. It hay Is A chief feature ot Commencement desired, sow with all tho drill holes this year will bo the reunion ot for- open. Use 3 pecks to 4 pecks when mer students of Horea's great Nor- qrowlng for seed, and 4 to 6 pecks mal Department. Tho Collego pro- when growing for hay. The amount vides their entertainment and several will depend on tho slzo of the seed, dormitories will bo placed at their which varies with the variety. disiiosal for tho days of CommenceThe Ito San and Medium Yellow ment week, und special servlco for are good early maturing varieties. them nnd other Commencement guorits Tho Mammoth Yellow Is a rank grow will be maintained at the South Annex. er, but It Is a lato bean. There aro Tho committee on arrangements, out- many other good varieties, but as yet side tho Faculty, embraces tho following persons: Miss Etta Moore, J. Dean, Thos. J. Terry, Herbert Henry, Louise Frey. With tho fall of tho sultan of Turkey will probably fall the peculiar autocracy of the cast, Tho light for a "blue, grass' farm out ot a rundown mountain farm before leaving Kentucky, and supported a family at tho same time. All the time ho was reading agricultural literature of every kind and trying to do better work and ralso better crops than any ono eiso. Now ut tho age of 41 the Government tins asked him to quit work and taku JSo per mouth to toll other farmers how they can best do their work. It pays to uho brains on a farm and any man who knows how to rend und write can do It and profit by It. cent protein and tho cowca. 2.18 por cent fat In Teachers. Farmers. tions, salvia, English daisies, pink and 1,200,000 readers erery white; sweet Williams, pansles, and ufacturers. Mechanics. Has When you see on month. Interests everybody. you understand why. Ask the man who reads it. yoranlums - - hnrrinm tnr tuuld win fnr u I i our newsdealer will show you one; or write the also have In season tomato, cabbage, yuunsiicia jur n ire? nampie copy. The "Shon Notes" Denf. of ops.eu. sweet potato plants. and r r" easy ways to do things How to make repairs, and articles for J. R. Mullett home and shop, etc. 'Amateur Mechanics" "')i.,?i,e"?Pif FOR SALE, furniture, Five shores Bank Stock In the the thing wireless, boats, engines, magic, and all a boy lores. Berea Bank and Trust Co. S1.SO Ptr ytar, tinaU cotitt IS cows ASK YOUR NEWSDEALER Or AAtna H. M. Shouae. MECHANICS MAGAZINE R. R. No. 1. Parksvllle. Kv. POPULAR WuhinctM St- - CUcao 223 1 111 FOR SALE PLANTS. following varleUea aro for A wonderful story of the Progress of this Mechanfascinating than tale at the College Garden: Carna- ical Age. Instructive, but moreBankers. Doctors. fnr fiction. A magazine forRuslnesa Men, ManLawyers. The 300 Pictures 400 Articles 250 Pages Every r f; Month 30 ACRES good Blue Grass land. No improvements. 4 miles from Berea on pike. $50.00 per acre. 1- -2 200 ACRE FARM. provements, bottom land, balance timber. 8 miles from Berea. $4200.00. Terms. Good im60 acres fine A FEW first class residence lots on a leading thorofare in Berea. Reasonable price. Easy paj'ments. GOOD FARM FOR SALE I ' constitutional government and for the John D. Lewis, formerly of I'ulaskl overthrow of the sacred personal Co., has been appointed U. S. Farm rights of nbsoiuto rulers In tbo orient Demonstrator for Norfolk County, will proceed with more vigor than ever, and with this constitutional govVirginia. Mr. Lewis is not a mun trained In ernment will Inevitably outer Into the Held of the introduction of I ho schools, but a great reader, ob Ideas In government and occidental customs. server, thinker and worker. Ho inado Kvldently the religious fanatics of MohammedunlMu recognlio this, and fear In It tbo total overthrow of their rtdlgtou. SOME in Berea for sale at a moderate price on easy payments. NICE residences DON'T NEGLECT YOUR WATCH is of less have a (arm consisting of iCo acres lying on (ho waters of South Fork one mile below Big Springs in Jackson'Co., Ky., most of it underlaid with coal, all under fence except 35 acres, 20 acres in orchard, a good two story framed building and three tenament houses. Hnough timber to keep up the farm. This farm is one of the best farms in Jackson Co. I want to sell this farm and give possession this fall. Anyone wanting to look over this farm call on W. II. Hicknell who lives near by and he will show you the place, and write to me for prices. FOR YOUR Seed Potatoes GO TO machinery. A WATCH a attention TATUM'S AU Varieties Mill Feed $1.30 - delicate piece It calls for than most machinery, but must be cleaned and oiled occasionally to keep (erfcct time. With proper care a Waltham Watch will keep perfect time lor a lifetime. It will pay you well to let us clean your watch every 13 or 18 months. Iiy 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. BEREA, J. P. Bicknell Ideal Patent Flour .... - Personal Representative of National Realty Co., Washington, D. C. Koom 4, Deiea Bank C&v HOLIDAY Trust Building KENTUCKY Fairy Patent J5c T. A. ROBINSON Optician and Jeweler BEREA, - BEREA, KY. - Mc Good as is made, . . KENTUCKY Page Ste THE CITIZEN fl that she can to get her away," replied Nell. "If Marlon won't He clenched his hands with a moaning curso and sprang to his feet, ngaln pacing back nnd forth through tbo Bloomy dungeon. "If sho won't go I swear that Strang's triumph will bo stiortl" ho cried suddenly. "1 cannot May 4 1911 WHITE PLAQUE OF CUCUMBEB Sclari Worm Has Arrived and Mannar In Which STORY ERIAL go" The Courage of Captain Plum Br JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD guess the, terrible power that Uie king possesses over ber. but I know that onco his wlfo sho will not endtiro It long. Tho moment sho becomes that, tier bondage is broken. I know !t 1 havo seen It In her eyes. 8hu will km herself!" Nathaniel rose slowly from the bench nnd enmo to his stdo. "Sho won't do that!" ho groined. "My (Jod she won't do that!" Nell's face was blanchod to tho whiteness of paper. "Sho will," ho repented luletty. "Hor terrlblo pact with Strang will havo been fulfilled. And I I am glad glad " Ho raised his nrms to tbo dripping blackness of tl dungeon celling, his volco shaking with a cold, stifled anguish. Nathaniel drew back from that tall, straight figure, step by step, as though to hldo beyond tho flicker ing candle- - glow tho betrayal that had como Into his face, tho blazing tiro that seemed burning out his eyes. It what Nell had said was true bomotblng choked him as bo dropped nlono upon tho bench. If It was true Marion was dead! He dropped his head In his bands nnd sat for a long tlmo In silence, listening to Nell ns bo walked tireless ly over tho muddy earth. Not until there came a rattling of tho chain nt the cell door and a creaking of tho rusty hinges did ho lift his face. It was tho Jailer with a bugo armful of straw. He saw Nell approach him after bo had thrown It down. Their low voices enmo to him In nn Indistinct murmur. Aftor a Ilttlo ho caught tho sound of tho chinking gold pieces. Nell came and sat down bcsldo him as tho heavy door closed upon them nolo, Nell." bo added. "Easy enough It you kocp quiet Ho doubled hlmaolf against Hero! tho wall. "Climb up on my shout ffvrn tn these last hours nf fafrnri and defeat tho Are of adventur flamed up In Nathaniel's blood. He felt his nerves leaping ngaln to action, a Is nrms grow tenia with new nmbl tlon almost ho forgot that dentb had him cornered and wns already preparing to strike him down. Another thought replaced alt fear of this few feet beyond that log wall wors gathered tho men whoso bloodthirsty deeds bad written for them one of the reddest pages In history men who had burned their fouls out In tho do structlon of human lives, whoso pas slons and loves and hatrods carrltvl with them Ufo and death; men who bad batbed themselves la blood an lived In blood until tho people ot tho mainland called them "tho leeches." "Tho Mormon Jury!" Nalhnnlol spoko tho wards scarcely abovo lil breath. "I'd liko to take a look through that FARM AND GARDEN to Abolish It Davis Perfect Not Attacked. rived, and this time) It Is tho cucumber that suffers. This oest familiar to those who grow cucumber plants tin der glass, Is tho Sclara maggot (Scl nralnconatans). it Is a slender, whlto worm with a shiny, black head, and measures not r e than a quarter ot an Inch. It 1, In the soil among tho roots of tho iiw plants. Its custom Is to gnaw ths rootlet. After a plant Is attacked It makes little or no new growth and In Its sickly condi tion produces few If any cucumbers Tho leayes turn brown and tho plants wilt In tho sun. The adult of this worm Is known as tho fungus gnat It is a very small fly and lays Its ggs In fresh horse manure. It Is through tba fresh manuro that these pests are Introducnd Into greenhouses. The uso of o'd manuro rathor than fresh will konn them out. Should they nppoar, water In which tobacco has been soaked should bo poured aboht the roots ot the affected plants. Certnln cucumbers seam to be lm mun to tho attacks of thosn worms, Tests made indicate that tho variety known as tho Davis Porfcct U not subject to tbo attacks ot the maggots. HOW TO HANG Another "white plague" has ar BRUSSELS WORTHY OF PRAISE Time and Money Lavished Without Stint to Beautify the Old World Metropolis. Dwolllng on nruxscls as a 'rlty vrhcro civic art has reached a high itandard, an artlcl In Tho Now Aga goos on to say: "With a taats raroly evinced by municipalities, Brussels has so adapted certain of Its niw thoroughfares to their oshotlc surroundings that an clont ntn! modern are mado harmonious In a beautiful onsomblo, as, for Instance, the Imposing Uuo do la leading from the Plac noyalo to tho Volals do Jus-tlcto giving a vista inagnlflcont look upon from that building across tho I'laco Iloyale, across tho park to tho Palais do la Nation, whoro parlia- HARROW CART IS EFFICIENT OIJ Walking Cultivator Is Convtrttd In Few Minutes Hoys Will Do Mors Hard Work. Converting tor Into a light but very officlent har row cart is very quickly done, ac cording to a writer in tho Home stead. Secure tbo wheels, frame tho old walking cultiva- jBhrtrstlensy ICopjnght 11 dors." No eooncr bad Nathaniel's faco como to a level with '.tie hole than a soft cry of astonishment sen pert him, Nell whispered hoarsely but ho did not reply. He was looking Into a room twico at largo as tho dungeon cell and lighted by narrow windows whose tower pnnos wcro on a level with (lis ground outnide. At tho farther end of tho room, In full view, was plat form rnlsed novcral feet from tho main floor. On this platform weri seated ten men. Immovable as statues, every face gazing straight ahead. Ill rcctly In front of them, on the lower floor, stood tho Mormon king, nnd at his side, partly held in tho embrace of ono of his arms wns Wlnnsomo! Strang's volco came to htm In low, solemn monotono. Its rumbling depth drowning tho words he was speaking, and ns Nathaniel saw him lift his arm from about tho girl's shoulders and place his great hand upon her head ho dug his own fingers fiercely Into tho rotting logs and nn Imprecation burned in his breath. He did not ncsd to hear what the king was saying. It was a pantomime In which every gesture was understand- nblo. Hut even Nell, huddled against tho wall, heard tho last words of the l'8 by DoUbt-Uerri- Oo.) SYNOPSIS. sharp, startled command: "Good God. ' "Sho always scorned like such & lit Somotblng InNat, como horo!" tho strange- - fierceness tle child to mo that I novor dared to of Noll's words startled Nathaniel, tell her," ho faltered. 'Tro dono It . In this." "How will you get tho note to horT" "I know tlio Jailer. Perhaps when he comes to bring us our dinner I can persuade him to send' It to her." Nathaniel thrust his hands Into his pockets. Ills fingers dug Into Obi-dlah'- Capt Nathaniel Plum of (he- aloop I inilj secretly on nearer Island, xtrongliold of (ho Msrmona. Obaillali tells film lie la expected, and bargains for me ammunition aboard wo sloop, lie binds Nat by a aotemn oath to deliver a fnckaca to Franklin Iterce, president of cabin the United States. Near Price's young Nat tho frlchtened far ot a woman uriio disappears In Ilia aaNcnens, Inavtiiic an odor of lilacs. It develops that xvais visit to tne island is to nemana act tlement of tho klnir. fllranp. for tho loot iTitt of his .1oop by Mormons, l'rlco shows Fini me Kings paiaec, ana inroucn a window tie sec tho lady of tho Itlacji, vrhn l'rlco aavB Is tho klnsr's nnvrnth wife. Calling nt tho king's offleo Nat Is warned by a young woman that his life Is In dan-KStrang professes Indignation when ho hears Nat's grievance and promise to who Nat rescues fiuntsh tha guilty. whipped, and Neil, king publicly the orders tho sheriff. Arbor Croche. to pur. tie and kill tho two men. I'lnm learns that Marlon, the girl of tho lilacs. Is Nell's suiter. Tho two men plan to escape on Nnt's sloop and lake Marlon and tVlnnsame. daughter of Arbor Crocho, and sweetheart of Nell. Nat discovers that the sloop Is gone. Marlon tells him that his ship has been seized by tho Mormons. EI14 begs him to leave the Island. telling Mm that nothing can save her from Btrang. whom she Is doomed to marry. I'Jum Muds l'rlco raying mad. Recovering, lie tells Nat that fltrane la doomed. that armed men are descending un.lho Island. Nat learns that Marlon lias been summoned to the caatls by Strang. Nat Kills Arbor Croche, and after a desperate lient with the king, leaves him for dead. The avenging host from tho mainland descend on HL James. Nell nnd Nat tako a. part In the battle and the latter la grounded. Strang, whom Nat thought ho naa Killed, orders mm uirown into a uun- on. lie Unas Nell a fellow prisoner. (CHAPTER X Continued.) m-- DOUBLE GATE Simple and Easy Method of Construction So That It Will Swing Perfectly When Completed. Efficient agaln. ly. "Ho took It," bo whispered exultant "Ho will deliver It this morning. If posslblo ho will bring us an an swer. I kept out a hundred and told him that a reply would bo worth that to him." Nathaniel did not speak, nnd after a moments sllonco Noll continued: Tbo Jury is assembling. We will know onr fato very soon." Ho roso to bis feet his words quiv ering with nervous excltcmont, nnd Nathaniel heard blm kicking about In tho straw. votco hissed through tho gloom in In another breath his a "Two hundred dollars If ha will deliver that noto." ho said. Nell stared at him In amazement. "if he won't tnko It for that I've Cot more. I'll go a thousand." Nell stood silent, wundorlng It his companion was mad. Nathaniel saw tho look In his face and his own flushed with sudden excitement. "Don't you understand?" ho cried. "That noto means heaven or hell for It moans Ufo her wbolo Wlnnsomo future! And you know what this cell Wlnnjome Croche Demands the Death means for us," he said mora calmly. of Her Father's Murderer." "It means that we'ro at the end of rope, that tho gamo Is up, that like tho thrilling twinges of an elecour neither ot us will ever sco Marion or tric shock. Ho darted across the cell Wlnnsomo again. That noto Is tho and found Marlon's brother with his last word In Ufo from us from you. shoulder against the door. "It's open!" ho whispered. "The It's a dying prayer. Toll Wlnnsomo your love, tell her that It Is your last door Is open!" Tbo hlngca creaked under his wish that she go out Into tho big, weight A current of air struck them free world away from thl away from Strang, away from tho In tho faco. Another instant and they Mormons, and livo as othor women stood In tho corridor, listening, crush live! And commanded by your love ing back the breath In thoir lungs, not daring to speak. Gently Nell drew his she will go!" "I've told her that!" breathed Noll. companion back into tho coll. There's a chance one chance In . "1 know you would!" Nathanlej threw another handful ton thousand!" bo whlsoered. "At tho end of this corridor there Is a of gold on tho tablo. "Wvo hundredl" be exclaimed. "It's door tho Jailor's door. U that's not locked, wo can mako a run for It! I'd cheap enough for a woman's soul!" Hw motioned for Noll to put the rather die fighting than hero I" Ho slipped out ngaln, pressing Na money In his pocket Tho pain was conilug back Into his head, bo grew thaniel back. dizzy, and hastened to tho bcuch. Nell "Wnlt for mo!" Nathaniel henrd him stealing slow came and sat bcsldo blm. "So you think It's .ho cndT" ho ly through tho blackness. A minute asked. Mo was glad that his com- later ho returned. panion had guessed the trutli. "Locked!" he exclaimed. In tho opposite direction a ray of "Don't you?" tight caught Nathaniel's eye. "Yes." "Where does that llght.co.'ne from?" Tbvro was a ralnuto'a dark silence. Tho ticking of Natbaulcl'H watch ho asked. "Through a bolo about as big as sounded liko tbo tapping ot a stick. your two bands. It was made for a "What will happen?" "I don't know. Hut whatever It stovo plpo. If wo were up there we may bo It will conio to us soon. Us- could ace Into the Jury room." They moved quietly down tho cor ually It happens at night" ridor until they stood under the aper"Tboro Is no hopo?" "Absolutely none. The whole mala-lan- d ture, which was tout or five feet Is at the mercy of Strang He above- their hends. Through It they fears no retribution now, no punish- could hear the sounds of voices but ment for bis crimes, no hand stronger could not distinguish tbo words that than his own. lie will not oven give woro being spoken. Tbo Jury," explained Nell. "They're os the pretense of a hearing. I am a traitor, a revolutionist you bare In a devil of a hurry! I wonder why?" attempted the life of tbo king. Wo Nathaniel could feel hi companion are both condemned both doomed." shrug himself In the darkness. "Lord for ray rovolver!" he whis Noll spoke calrrly and his compan-lastrovo to moMor the terrible pain pered excitedly "Ono shot through at bis heart as bo thought of Marlon. that bolo would be worth a thousand If Nell could go to tbo end like a notes to tho girls!" Ho caught Mamartyr ho would at least make an at- rlon's brotbor by tho urm as a vole tempt to do as much. Yet he could locder than the others came to them. "Strang 1" cot koep from saying: "Ye Nell tho king!" affirmed "What will bocomo of Marlon?" Ho (olt tho tremor that passed laying an expostulating band on blm. Hush!" through his companion's body. " I wuld like to so "1 bava Implored Wlunsoino to do holl-holu the table He brought out a shimmering handful of it and counted tho pieces upon cold. "Would this help?" he asked. A simple and easy method of con Harrow Cart. structlng and banging a doublo gnto tonguu and a short piece of 2xt long so that It will swing perfectly true complete Is shown In tho accom enough to reach across tho frnmo when panying sketch. Mako the gato tn close up to tbo axles; this makes a braco for tho frame, and forms a tlrm Jnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnfinniirr attachment for tho scat and tonguo. upon them as upon tho open fields. For n scat ono from some other denso woods, smiling, cheerful build piece of farm machinery will answer ings, grand, majcatlo piles, houses vory well. A clevis may bo attached which aro gems 6f ancient nrchltec-tur- o to tho end of tho tonguo for coupling carefully preserved nnd restored tho cart to tho harrow ring. Mako havo been planned for tho pnbllc cyo ono for tho boys and sco If they'll and tho people's pleasure. prophet as they thundered forth In not think harrowing dors a great deal "Tho surrounding hills of Ilruasom Gate Ready to Be Sawed In Two. moro good than they used to. when sudden lasslon. hnvo left much to tbo adornment of Wlnnsomo Crocho demands ths they had to walk. one piece by running tho crosaplrcos tho city nnd every rlso nnd fall of tho , ... .u .i death of her father's murderer!" land has bren taken full rulvanugo of. r ,.111,1 vilU PVOk v. ...Ill ir tun uuiur. Nathaniel felt his companion's HITCHING FOUR-HORS- E a small spac between the upright In ,ho .O,jo" garters Uro TEAM aro gradually disapshoulders sinking under his weight pieces X and Y so that they will slums, but and he leaped quickly to tho floor. swing free of each other when th' pearing by expropriation. WInnsome Is thcro!" ho panted Point In Favor of Arrangement Shown gato Is cut tn two. Hlngo Uio gato to in Illustration Is Absence of Tied desperately. "Do you want to set tho posts at all four corners, tostlng FROM Cross-LineA POINT FINANCIAL her?" the crossplecrs with a level. Thon Noll hesitated. It Is often amusing to notice tho ar-- saw the gato In two at A and A and It Is to the Interest of Every Citizen "No. Your boots guugo my shoul rasgoments of lines on four horso thu two halves will swing perfectly to Maintain High Standard der. Take them off." true and match each other. of Town. The scene had changed whoa Na teams, says tbo Prairio Farmer, thaniel took his position again. The Wbon Improperly arranged much an Gen. Howard Carroll, who knows Jury had left it3 platform and wns noyance is caused by unoven pulling Crowing Clover. filing through a small door. Wtnn by tho dltforont horses and the horses' Many of these farms have been a great deal about foreign travel by work is much harder. declares that somo and the king were alone. tilled so much without a proper rota personal experience, Wbon bitched four abreast tho ar tion Americans will havo spent $260,000.-00- 0 Tbo girl had turned from him. flho they produco run genu nt shown herewith gives ex well that with will not of lime. clover tn Kuropo this year beforo It ends. was deathly pale and yet sho was plenty oven Thoy This, ho thinks. Is proof of gross nawondrcusly beautiful, so beautlfulthat d need humus and this should bo by growing cover crops, cowpeas tional extravagance. Nathaniel's breath came la quick Perhaps so, but that seems to depend dread as tho king approached her. Ha and soy beans. For such lands the sowing of cowpeas at the last work- - j upon what tho Americans, who do tho could see the triumph In bis eyes, a Ing of tho corn and whon the land Is "ponding, will havo obtained for thoir terrlblo eagerncs la bis faco. Ho. Sometimes travel so stlmu- very thin tho application of 200 pounds money seized Wlnnsome's hand nnd spolci menial activities mat to her In a soft, low volco, so low that of commercial fertilizer Is recommond- - ac an It camo to Nathaniel only In a mur cd. Tbo peas may bo cut up with a tho Indirect boneflU aro extremely mur. Then, In a moment, ho began disk harrow nnd tho land sown to 'profitable. Hvcn sheer beauty often wll K "r " 8 11 nna stroking tho shimmering glory ot her wheat The Kansas station found that POJ- ,,s charmhair, caressing tho silken curls be where peas wero Bown nt last work- - J tce tho IarK c1tIc eM0 11 ' of,ea tween his fingers until Uio blooi ing of tho corn In a live-yeaverngo I seemed as If It must burst like hot the Increase of corn was 3.6 bushels ' profitable by leading cities which. sweat from Nathaniel's face. Sudden over a lot alongside oa which cow Lick beauty to omuinto iiioso wnicn. havo acquired It. Citizens of townn ly Wlnnsomo drew bock from hlra, the peas were not sown. which have neglected their own pospallor gono from hor face, her eyes sibilities In that respect often return, blazing liko angry stars. 81x3 bad reValue of Manure. from long tours In distant lands filled treated but a step when the prophet Ttullctln No. 27 of the department of with a laudablo civic ambition for sprang to her and caught her, In bis Four Horses Hitched Abreast agriculture states that on tho basis more municipal comeliness nnd arms, straining her to blm until the of prices charged for commercial fer charm. scream on her lips was choked to a cellent satisfaction. tho tilizers, tho manuro Place When cities begin to take, their gasping cry. In answer to that cry a lines on t,ho center team, as It driven ally by each horso or produced annu worth yell of rage hurled Itself from Nathan alone, and from each lino havo a $27, by each head of mule la$19, by possibilities seriously, in tho matter cattle of good looks and civic attractiveiel's throat branch oxtonding over nnd fastened hog $12 and by each ahoep two ness, thoy urn on tho road to much, you hellhound!" he cried to tho outer bit ring ot each outside each "Stor. dollars. material profit, not to speak of tho threateningly. "Stop!" horso. Tie each outside borse to tho Increased satisfaction their own resi(TO HE CONTINUED.) hamo ot tho ono next blm. dents find In living there. Farming Methods. Tho point In favor of this arrange American farmers aro constantly CHEAP MILK REFRIGERATOR ment Is tho absence ot tied 'cross linos between tho center horses giving working to get more land, while BritPreserve Old Roadside Trees. A Wooden Box and a Tin Pall thi more freedom, and proves very satis ish and Danish farmers study to get Too many poople look upon a trc factory where two rather unruly moro out of tho land. Tbo results aro only ns material to bo converted Essentials for a Serviceable horses aro hitched with two less frac- equally different lee Box. fence posts, fence mils, etc., tious, the latter being In the center. and can scarcely rest until It la deIf milk Is not kopt cold It Is a dan stroyed, no matter how small tho regerous food for babies, for every min turns. All this Is wrong. Wo must Planting Seeds. ute that It Is much abovo the tempreserve somo of nature or replace) It Is mlstako to the perature of Ice the germs of discas types ofa vegetables In plant same same her vegetation whoro ho has been, spot the Increaso In It at an alarming rata, yoar after year; keep denuded or It. Wo should havo all them moving Very many babies dio of summer com to prevent ot naturo possible to obtain and preInsects and diseases from plaint merely because their milk hn getting a foothold, and It Is serve In connection with our "strenua mlsbeen allowed to stand for hours In i tako to forget ous" business life. Somo one beforo Agrlculturo Is older than history. that a garden needs warm room. plant food In Ilarnynrd manuro Is almost a com us planted for tho present generation to nourish vegetaMany nre unable to buy enough in bles properly. order wo must continue the good work Stablo manuro und a plete fertilizer. In summer to preserve milk In ordisprinkle ot boneracal will do, nicely. for In planting to please Corn Is tho cheapest fat producing commenced nary refrigerators for twenty-foii- i ourselves, wo please and benefit thos Farm Journal. food In the corn belt. hours. Most mothers, however, bui It Is as easy to produce honey of to como and nro considered public t a flvo or cako mornlni good quality as It Is to produco tho benofnetors. Don't Burn the titter. and by following the suggestion nv kind. Don't burn up any kind of coarea other Dr. Alfred F. Hess can inako at bom Farming Is a serious business and Kept Tab en the Letters. at small cost an oxcelk-n- t milk ro Utter that accumulates around tho Is on a par with any other profesalon A (mm from Ixjwlston. Idaho, camo fecdynrd, but savo to mulch different frlgerator that requires only a o tip to tho desk of plants In tho garden. If somo manuro or occupation. seeds, Ico: a mntter which yesterday morning tho Holland houso In selecting nnd asked for Ills Obtain a box from 'he grocer: an) Is mixed with tho Utter so much the needs careful attention Is the kcoplng mall. I bet can toll you thu num wooden box a foot In depth will an- bettor. Such mulch will make melons, quality of vegetables. ber In the corner of that onvclopo swer the purpose Buy a tin pat) cucumbors and many other plants Thu keynote In getting a seedlnr of without looking at It," ho said as tho with a cover, ono deep enough to hold boar more heavily and will save cul- clovor Is the mechanical condition of clork parsed over a h tter. "It Is 69. a quart bottlo of milk and a slightly tivation after they are well started. In the soli. and tbo humus It's from my wife. You seo, had been larger pall without a cover. I'lact Clover feeds on mineral matter In away from homo 69 days ana Insldo the other and stand tbeu the soil and nitrogen In tbo air out wroto that letter, and sho whon she The Woodcock. In tho center of the box. Now pack always puts That splendid gamo bird, the wood ot the reach ot most crops. on tno envclonu to remind sawdust or excelsior beneath and all cock, Every spring an unnecessarily larxo ino number Is found all over the entire eastmo." New York Sun. about them to keep the heat from number of young pigs aro loot getting In; complete tho refrigerator ern bolt of the United States, but un- dlsoase known as tho thumps. by the repressive measures by nailing about fifty layers of nowB less stringent Choose the Lesser Evil. Alfalfa best solvos paper to tho under surface of tho bos are taken, the bird Is, according to the upplemcntlng pssturesthe problem of Cnrlylo smoked often ami complain. and will main. department ot KgrlcuKuro, In danger cover, fd much of dyupopsla. A friend one tain a full flow ot milk ail summer. "Tho refrigerator Is now ready foi ot practical extinction. Clover Is the beat soli renovator, be ventured to suggest that IiIh smoking use. In tho morula g ns soon as ths cause It better fills the soil with roots, might, perhaps, Inlurit and denresu milk Is received II should be placed Ic Good Land Is Cheaptst. which decay and Oil the soil with him. "Yes," Carlylo said, "uud the doc-totto pall and Ave cents worth ot lc told me tho same thing. J left oft It Is cheaper to buy a good quality buinus. should be cracked and plactd about of limestone or red clay land at say The seeds ot melons and cucumbers smoking and was very meoiierabloj so tho milk bottlo. The cover should b 00 an acre, than to buy poor land for should be started under glass not I took to It ngaln, nnd was very o replaced on tbo can and the lid on th (30 and expect to make It profitable over four weeks In advAnco of field stilt; but I thought It better to wooden box. Every morning tho tneH smoko and bo mcecerablo than to to ty extra fertilizing tn years to 4pme. planting. ed lee should bo poured o.T" Survi wiuimir, fN-nI sup-pllo- ment sits. "One section of this monumental modern tboroughfnro Is flanked on ono sldo by the old Palais d'Arcnbcrg, on tho other by tho ancient Church of tho Sablon, a most graceful and specimen of Gothic architecture. In front of tho Palais d'Arcnbcrg they du Petit havo laid out tho squaro Sablon, tho Iron raiting nrOund It supported by granlto pillars, upon oach of which li n miniature bronzo figure, each representing a different trado of tho olden times. Thus Is tho modern blended with lira anclunt la perfect harmony. Long, wldo streets, beautiful vistas. avenues loading to green hillsides. boulevards so wldo that tho sun playa or-fe- et 'ns - t" lOTBS ten-cen- cv-ir- y vcr-llttl- 1 rs moes-erabl- May 4, 1911 THE CITIZEN Page Seven MOTIVES By HENRY F. COPE IMPORTANCE OF SEED I IN CROP PRODUCTION I Progrecalve Farmers Who Recognize Volae of Better end I Mora Profitable Yields Giving Mutter Thor- - ough and Careful Study. Verio ISAIAH'S CALL ' TO SERVICE Seadty Jcltol Ltuoa for May 14, 1911 Spadallr Arrant! for This Papar LESSON TEXT-itsl- 1855 Berea College THE MOUNTAINS. Over 64 instructors, 1365 student from 27 state. Largest college library in Kentucky. NO SALOONS. 1911 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL ah 1 Memory TEXT TJion dldat wMI that It M In thtna heart- - 1. Klnc, t.U. Hy tholr motives men aro both measured and nude. Three am tho motors, Iho engines of our Immunity. Fortuna mny offer mnny alluretn(ntn nnd fato may see m ti la many n IohIi on our shoulders, but when and how wo shall reach tho coal and whMher that goal ho worth tho race depend on tho character and power of tlm Ideal and desires within us. Many a llfo Ilea hy tho wayrldo, on Uio Junk heap that on iuperficlal examination seems to bo an admirable pleco of mechanism. It Ilea thcro It In Juht that and no more, only ?! mm A9 . OOI.DKN TCXT- -'I heard the voice of Iinl, any! nff, Whom atia.ll I sand, and who will go for us? Then said I, hcra am I, aemt me." Isi. C:s. TXMB The year when Kin Uitlah dim. whl. 1 wns (needier) B. C. 73, or . llUntlnn) tl. riACBThe Temple In Jerusalem. tbe t. , Kl.NCIS-- In Inrjfl, Aashur-dan- n Itenaliemi III. la As-yn- a, This Is a We are nsked to read Isaiah y lesson. 2-- mechanism, Intricate, adjusted, but ponrci.s, wilucless for lack of n sutllclent dynamic force, a power and motion of Its own. KHlcicncy Is a plendld thine, wholly doalrahlo and essential, but life demands also lutnclancy, motive a well an mechanism. Schools and dolly experience gtvn us tho training In effl. elency, but from wltliln mint uxlso tho dynamic forces, tho motives, passions, aspirations, and real powers of the personality. Tho sun of our motives makes tho purposes of our lives and this determine thu course wn go, Um work wo do. tho character we have, and tho dotitlny that la ours. Tho deepest need of every llfo Is a passionate purpose In living, nn end and goal that calls forth all Uio pokslbtlltlcH and enlist ull tho powers. I.lfo'u purport depends on Its What thoughts are to be found there? Those glowing sentences are In many particulars faithful picture!! of our wealthy modern nations. Thcro aro tho unexampled movement of Immigration, tho aping ot evil customs from other lands, tho vast wealth, the mammon-worship- , the pride, the social wronfcs and oppressions, the A special teacher for each trade and for each main abject. Bo many daises that each student can be placed with othars Hit himself, where he can mako most rapid progress. Which Department Will You Enter? THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least idvancod. Sam lector library and general advantages as for more advanced students. Artthmstls and the common branches taught In the rlgh,t way. Drawing, Binlng, Bible, Handwork, Lessons In Farm and Household Management, eta, ft tssU A Qm Noxious Weeds Found n. Rami tmr; b. wlM oat; r. quack-crasT. dock: black btndwiMNl: h. Itumlan tlilitl: I. torn cockle, j, whltn campion; k, tlaiidr' campion; I. nlght-Oowcrlcatclifly, m. philosophy; that, la your nlm and goal will depend on your Interpretation ot tho meanlnK of llfo, on tho answer which you mako to life's tlgnlllranco. What In tl.o (mailing of It all to you? Is It but accident or chance? Then you will drift without purpose. Is Is a bloody light? Thru you will wr war for ) f and against all others. Aro Uivro yet hlxfctrr purposes rumilug through all? Th-you will cck them. la a most Important imiwi this which a man makes to tho enigma of living constitutes bis religion sun nillglou becomes tho dominating nuitlre In life. For religion surely for tut all, as far all ixitpla and In all tlmv. Is our conception, of that which, for ub. U highest and Ixvt, that which, ticcausn It seems to us U) glvo mean-ta- g to existence, furaisbra thu motives for whatever wo may be and do In tho out-seln er tliraa. d. darnel; r, PIC. 1 -- r, world. This ban been at tho root of all high endeavor; tliU spirit accounts for all great and worthy work tho world haH Keen. Uecauso they have Udlevcd that existence has meaning only as It contributes to progress, only u It finds frultagu In larger, nobler being, they have rejoiced to lay down llfo If send bo that Urn roco might find larger llfo. Faith In tho future, hopo tor our fellows, low of that which Is highest and t first fuse togetbtir and make a motive for living and tolling. And life la a tedious business, without mch motives. A man becomes merely a part of tho bread winning macasne. a slavo bound to tho wheel, unless ho has sorno sense ot bis own llfo as Inking worth while for tho contribution It makes to nil Ufa Youth abounds with high roctlvrs normally; tb years often blaft thoia with tho curw! of cynlrltm. Wo despoil our cwn hearts and steal our own happiness whenever wo allow the embittering experiences of dally living to tako from us tho faith thnt It b to do good, to Increase tho world's sloro of Joy and strength and hope, and to mako our Uvea worth romcthtng to our times, When all has been said and all other ways tried wo find that tho only motives that glvo perennial satisfaction and constantly strengthen tho heart aro tho unselfish ones. Ono gets weary of gaining, but never of giving. But Ambition falters on 1U v.lng. Uio aspiration to serve, to help, to bless, to cheer, to lovo never dies down. You may mcasuro any man's re--. llglon by tho extent to which It acts as a constant motlvo In his life, whether It gives him a vision of tho llfo that awakens an enthusiasm for llvlns, of a world that Is worth In and dying for and a race that has such promise In Itself as to call for tho Investment of all that Is orthy In us. sum-clenllv-In- R In Christ Our Hope. Vrayor Is not tho most effective thing In tho Christian's life. Jesus Christ la bettor nnd more effectlvo than tho best prayer over offered. la him. and not In prayer, lies our wholo hope. Ono who dated the beginning of Ida richest Christian llfo and experience from a time of prayer when ho hod naked everything and received everything, waa reminded of this as ho prayed later. In gratitude for his now blessings: "Not bccaune It was an effectlvo prayer, but because thou art an effectlvo Christ, was my prayer so gloriously answered." Those who are In reply to a query as to whether a called "mighty In prayer" think least (mi mller could be made from a log fwi in diameter, with a wooden about prayer an such, and most about Christ. Yet tho raoro we think about frame, the following reply Is made: coma to A frame far roller as per illustration Christ and tho better we know him. tho greater will bo ths -- .n h made of all wood, with a tew Vlaco that wo give to prayer In our bolt to hold same together. The log sawn In two, put shall or gudgeon lives. t.r in one niece, or can be All of a Christian's powar Is Ib til the war toroufh. Make frame out parted power. 4ry K. II. I1II.I.MAN.) In tho matter of seed buying tho best protection to tha purchaser Is believed to bo based on tbo ability to Judge tho quality ot the seed offered. This belief la supported by tho fact that It Is both possible and practicable for buyers or consumers of seeds to determine very accurately their quality. Tho Impurities carried by farm peeds have an Important bearing on the real quality of tho seed. Their quantity may bo sufficient to unduly Increase the cost ot the good oed and thrlr character may bo that of Injurious weeds. Very few samples ot forage-croweds aro found wholly free from weed seeds. TIw methods of culture and of harvesting In voguo operate against a pure seed crop. The proportion of the weed seeds appearing Incidentally tn tbo marketed seed Is dependent on tho number and character of the weeds crop and the tn the extent to which the seed has been cleaned beforo being marketed. Weed seeds occurring In farm seed are of Interest to the buyer of seed In respect to tbelr total quality and In respect to their kinds, in many Insec! contains so stances much weed teed that the quantity of tb crop seed Is thereby greatly reduced In a given weight of seed. Of tho kinds of weed seeds 300 to 400 aro known to occur In the various kinds of tho common crop seeds. Occasionally from 76 to 100 kinds of weed seeds are to be found In a single sample of red clover or alfalfa seed not exceeding a few ounces In weight In some Instances one or more kinds of weed seed are very abundant In tho sample. As a rule, however, most of the kinds are represented by only a few seeds. Tho Important question tn regard to the kinds ot weed seed found in crop seed is whether the plants they produce are Injurious or relatively unimportant. Some of the weed seeds commonly found tn seed produce plants which are very detrimental to the crop or to the land. Everyone making tests of seed should become familiar with the seeds ot Injurious weeds. Most of the weed seeds found In making tests are seeds of harmless plants, and comparatively their recognition as to kind becomes rooro a matter ot Interest than one of practical Importance The teed of certain farm crops Is often mixed with seed of especially noxious weed, necessitating labor and expense In preventing permanent Injury to the farm. Seed may have a low germinating power due to age or to unfavorable conditions of development or of harvesting. Seed of clovers and of alfalfa found on the market sometimes comes from foreign regions possessing & less rigorous climate than that under which the low-grad- INEXPENSIVE ROLLER FRAME mtrgovcrnmcnt, the devotion to fashion and luxury, and in It all a nucleus ot nobility that will bring about tho Triers utK03t triumph cf godliness. Is as great need that we should work for our country as thr.t Isaiah should work for hlo; and, though wc are so much Inferior to Isaiah, yet God calls uo In essentially the same way to tho scmo great service. Tho literary qualities most conspic uous In Isaiah lo the wealth nnd brll llancy of his Imagination. No other Old Testament writer has the samo power of picturesque nnd graphic description. There Is no other Hebrew '.ulhor who furnishes the reader with i. One can "o many quotable r.entcnccs. Imaglco tho people of Jerusalem stop In Farm Seeds. ping one another on the street, to tell cow cockle: n. nr.yrr o. nli! pcppr-le- t and hear tho lcte3t from tho prophot. d am; p, This, ot course, was precisely what bo talm Max. n. falsa Max. r. ball niuilatd, a. desired end Intended. Isaiah was a black mustard; t. Enilh charlock. humo.ist and ratirist in the truest cr.co of thn word.' This is evident seed would bo grown In this country. from his vivid, quaint description of For this reason such seed Is undesir- tho strange manufactured Idols and able. These results of teyts mado in Images of worship, from his curious the laboratory are fully corroborated and vivid picture of female luxury and by tho experiences of farmers engaged Tachion In hlu day. The events of his time may bo In growing crops. Seed testing on the farm involves summed up In two momentous occurlittle expense, and considering the rences. Tho first jvas tho advance of Itttlo effort and time required. Is more tho Assyrians upen the small states ot than Justified by tho practical Informa- Syria and Palestine, paralyzing their national consciousness, and with this tion gained by It. Judah One of the first steps In testing also tbelr national religions. ecds of tho forage crops is to deter- wai not destroyed llko Samaria, but mine If the rampln is true to name, l'8 Independence was lost, and It was and It Is necessary that thero kinds the propSct'8 chief political task to of seeds be recognized with certainty enable bis country to adjust Itself to While most farmers, r.s a rule, can tut new conditions. As a politician recognize red clover seed, for example, Isaiah's maxim was "no politics." Ho wbrn they see It in bulk, It is not so nror.gly dissuaded Abaz from entan certain that they would recognize In- glln himself with Assyria, but when dividual seeds of red clover under all bin advice was disregarded and Judah conditions, as one must In maklDg becomo subject to Assyria he rosisb tests of tbls seed. Again, alfalfa seed ed with equal strcnuousness all at In bulk is recognized by most farmcnt, tempts to throw off tbo Assyrian because they contrast It with red, yoke. The second occurrence was the fall alslke. and white clover seed with which they are familiar as theso seeds of Samaria, by which tho mission ot appear In bulk. It is a question, how- united Israel became the heritage ot ever. If the average farmer would de- ludah alone. During all these troub tect yellow trefoil seed In bulk or lous times Isaiah was tho leading sweet clover seed In bulk were It not statesmen of bis country. for the characteristic odor ot the latIsaiah was tilled with fear of a ter. Hut clover seed would be found vision because It was a vision of Cod, even more deceiving. and tbo Hebrews believed that no ono Tho chances for deception are even could eco Cod and live. Isaiah loved greater with grass seeds than with Cod, nnd Instinctively he prepared to clover seeds, because of the striking Join his volco to tho seraphs' chant, similarity between the seeds of differ- but ere the harmony could pass his ent kinds when seen In bulk. Thlr, lips he caught his breath and waa similarity and the fact that mere ens- dumb. A horrible sense of unclean- eal examination Is usually given seed bosh seized him. by purchasers making adulteration, Ono of the bright scrapha. "glowing" substitution and misbranding possible, as with r.rc. and with V7ln;3 like tho The remedy lies In familiarity with lightning flash," took a hot stone with the distinguishing characters ot Indi- tongs from the altar and touched Isa vidual seeds. Hy a careful study of iah's lips with It In token of purificathe different seeds ono should bin able tion. The hot rtcne Is a stone kept to distinguish the weed seed without in all ancient Oriental households as much difficulty. a means of applying beat to bousshoM The most conspicuous of the various purposes. on noxious weed seeds are Illustrated Why decs Jehovah seek this page. The general form and go on his errands, when a man to be has tho structure and the natural size of the winged seraphs? Becaiuo men can seeds are shown. reach men better than angels can. Only once did God cheese a completely Windows In the Horse Barn. Many horses' eyes are ruined by sinless preacher. Always, but that having the stablo windows so that the once, God has chosen sinful men; and. of men light comes cither from the side or the not seldom, the most slnlul fellow-me- he rear of tho horse. If possible, br.vc could get to t peak to their about "In and the windows In tho east, west or quick to offer salvation. Ualah was himself as the mcseu-gesouth side, as tho light will be strongbecame he felt himself, with his er and the stable will also be warmer In winter. The windows should be as sin removed, both fit and able for near the celling as possible, as not service, and wanted to show his gratonly do they give more light when so itude Icr what bed been done for placed, but they will not be broken by him. How does this marvelous chapter apthe stock. When tho building Is of ply to our nation and to homo misstone or brick the windows should sions? It contains a message of dcom be larger than In a frame barn. and a messago of hopo and promise. Which shall It bo for our nation? The To Kill Squash Bugs. It Is claimed that squash bugs nnd 'ormer, If Christians aro heedless ot onion maggots may bo driven away by thi great work before them, to tho masses) of our the use of moth balls distributed at that do not know Christ. The frequent Intervals among the plants. latter, if home missions are earnestly promoted, In the spirit and power of our One of tbo chief problems of homo .iilfflous Is the large number of forlarse-fmllrtl small-fruiter, cyan-gellzu n books. TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade (fractions aafl compound numbers), Brickwork, Farm Management, Printing, Woodwork. and Earn." Nnrslng, Dressmaking, Household Msnagement. ACADEMY, REGULAR COURSE, 2 years, for those who haT larfSlT finished common branches. Ths most practical and tate resting studies tat fit syoang porson for an hcmorablo and useful life. CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered tn this course so that a young ma may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady la Home Selene. ACADEMY, COMMERCIAL, 1 year or 2 years to fit for business. Kress Small a part of this course, as fall sod winter terms. Is very profitable. a extra feci. ACADEMY, PREPARATORY, 2, J and 4 year courses, with Ltta, Om man. Algebra, History, Science, eta, fitting for college. COLLEGIATE, 4 roars. Literary, SclentWe and Classical oonrses, wK use of laboratories, scientific apparatus, and all modorn methods. The highest educational standards. courses fit for the profession of teaching. Tire NORMAL, 3 and year, parallel to 8th grade Model Schools, enables ono to got a flrstrClsso certificate. Following years (winter and spring terms) give the informatics, culture and training necossary for a true teacher, and cover branches necessary for State certificate. MUSIC, Singlni! (free). Heed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory Hand, may be taken as an extra In connection with any course. Small extra foes. Expenses, Regulations. Opening Days. Bcrea Collego ts not a Institution. All the money from students Is paid out for their benefit, and the School expend on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year mora than h pay In. This great deficit Is mado up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic peopl who aro supporting Dcrea In order that It may train young mea and women for Uvea of usefulness. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protest the character and reputation of tbe young people. Our students corns from tho best families nnd aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be sick Uio College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Uerea live In College buildings, an assist In work of boarding ball, farm and shops, receiving valuable trsJa-In?-, and getting pay according to the valuo ot their labor. Except In win. ter It is expected that all will have a chance to care a part of. their penses. Write to the Secretary btforo coming to secure eraploymeaL PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postase, books, etc, rary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our cllmato is tho beaC but as students must attend clas3os regardless ot the weather, warm wraps1 and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes, are necessary. Tha Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas aa4 other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no real for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough root, rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week la tho fall, and J1.50 in winter. For room, furnished, fuel, lights, waeh. lag of bedding, 40 cents a week In fall and spring, SO cents In winter. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as grtarante to return of room key, library books, etc. This la paid but onco, and Is returned when tho student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for oare of school bun. Ings. hospltat library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or service ol teachers all our instruction Is a free gift). The IncldenLiI Fee for moss, students Is I5.0U a term, JG in Academy and Normal, and 17.00 In Cofls- glato courses. PAYMENT MUST DC IN ADVANCE, Incidental feo and room rest bj tb erm. board by the half term. Installments aro as follows: money-making Vocational, FALL Incidental Fee Koom Mode) School ? 5.00 5.60 9.45 120.05 9.45 $29.50 Kormal sad academy COO Collect I 7.0s" Coard, 7 weeks S.C0 9.45 I'M 9.4t Amount due SepL 14, 1910 Hoard for 7 weeks, due Nov. 2, 1910.. 121.05 9.45 122.01 M 131.51 Total for term If paid In advance WINTER Incidental Feo Koom loard, C weeks (23.00 9 5.00 6.00 9.00 930.50 $30.00 (.00 6.00 9.00 13LM f 7.S4 l.C M 122.0 9.0 120.00 Amount due Jan. 4, 1911 9.00 Hoard for C weeks, d' Feb. 15, 1911. $21.00 9.00 Total for term If paid In advance SPRING $29.00 $?8.50 $ 5,00 $30.00 $29.50 $31.0t 3&6t 9.7.04 4.0 Incidental Fee Room Hoard, 5 weeks f 4.00 6.75 .00 4.00 6.75 7f $17.Jt 6,71 $15.75 Amount due March 29, 1911 6.75 Beard tor 5 weeks, due May 3, 1941 . $16.75 S.75 $23.50 Total for term ?23.iu $2UI If paid In advance $23.00 $23.00 $24M REFUNDING. Students who leave by permission before th raft- of term receive back for money advanced as follows: (No al'ovance for frt - tion of a week. I eign Immigrants. When tho United States is prosperous more than a million of these come to our shrres every year, and about of them remain. Home missionaries meet the Isiicl-yrrat Kills Island and give him a Hiblo and a word of kindly advice. Tbe American Dlblo society sends lu colporteurs Into tho most neglected reot about 3 by hardwood. Braces gions. Tbe American bjnday School each side of tongue can be made 3 by union organizes SunQsy schccls v.'hcr braces on ends, 3 by 3 Inches, ever a few can be brought and from Have tbo doubletrees fastened on unthese schools der side of tongue, and there will not many churches spring' Our churchej down-draf- t be so much on horses ilvo to homo missions mora than $10,-- a C 0,000 every year, and the denom-uatlannecks. Seat can bo arranged on back, boards are'push-n- g which will help balance load, and an aggressively Into all tbe needy ter good roller old mower seat mr.kea itc-ry-. There aro mar.y bright spoU seat & the homo mission field. three-fourths al home-missio- tefund In full. and "Special Expenses," there ts a large loss occasioned by vacant rooms or depleted clhsss, and tbe Institution will lefaoa t ot tho amount which tho student has paid for tho remaining only weeks of tbe term. On Incidental Fee, students exctwul before tbo middle of a term win r the Incidental fee paid, which certificate witt eelvo a certificate for one-ha-lf be received as cash by Berea Collego on payment ot term bills by the t icnt In person, or a brother or slater, If presented within four ttrma. The first day of Fall term Is September 14, 1910. The first day of Winter term Ii January 4, 1911, The first day ot Sprint term ts March 29, 1911. For Is'orastlnn or friendly advlcr. write to the Secretary. On board, On room one-hal- WILL C. GAMBLE, BEREA. KENTUCKY, Page Eight. nonononononononononoKonoionoonon(monotonononotioneii o n o m M THE CITIZEN. Rich were visiting in Broadhcad one day last week. Sun day school is progressing nicely at Fatrvlew with John Huff as supt R. T. Wren Is visiting friends near Boone. Marlon Poynter is out again otter quite a long Illness-- Mrs. Joe !ovctt Is sick this week Lydla Le vett and Talltha Coylo were Berea Mrs. J. W. visitors, Wednosday Lambert was In Berea ono day last Miss Mary Hamb week on buslnoss lvn returned, Sunday,, attor a pleasant visit with friends and relatives lu Richmond sir. and Mrs. II. T. Chad teen wore visiting In Berea one day last week Mrs. Angle Huff, Bertha and May Lambert mado a business trip to Berea ono day last week Mrs. Daisy Lambert visited her sister, Mri. Nora Wren, Sunday Alex Wren of Morgan visited homcfolks, Saturday and Sunday. Geo. Poyncr had a fine tow killed by a train, Sunday evon-Innear Boone, J. H. Lambert at tended court at Mt. Vernon last week. Mel 81ms who has been quite sick if improving Miss Bettle Poynter, Lydla and Slndla Levett wero In Be rea, Wednesday, on buslnoss. George Bratchor of near Berea bought a fine Jersey cow from C. II. 8mlth of Boono. May 4, 1911. leas of sleep. It It surprising how fit. tie sleep some people can get along with who deliberately keep late hoars and never give a thought to tbe lot of sleep. A great deal of the Injury to health from Insomnia la caused by the attendant worrlmcnt and fear that the condition will become chronic and that the lost sleep has produced soma grava Injury to health. As a matter of fact, moat cases) of Insomnia aro readily curable If the can be secured. patient's In cases of mild insomnia, where tfaa trouble Is not of long standing and la due to worry, overwork or nerve strain of some kind, very simple remedies will often sufllce. and It is at this stage that a determined effort should be made to check ibo growing habit In the first place, have faith ta resjr Reability to check the tendency. solve that you will not carry jour cares to bed with yon and especially void harassing problems Immediately before retiring. Do year hard thlak-In- g In the morning hoars. Ton will think more clearly and take leea Uaae about It Make It a settled practice to work out your tough life problems In tbe early hours of the day. It is surprising bow a prodigious worry which after a long day's work looms enormous and threatening, like the genie emerging from a bottle In tbe Arabian tale, will dwindle to ridiculous proportions when viewed la the morning light The tired brain cannot and Nannlo ft o ft R contipealtBCt pblUbe4 iikii ilf4 In (n j itc rttr.7at o ft am rrldtaea of rxX falta. Writ putaly. M ut (or ssMleaUoa, at o ft OltOttOIIOKOItOIIOttOatOatOltOltOltOKOoMotlOMOllOllOMOllOMOMOalOMOalOM FOR REPRESENTATIVE ? o East Kentucky Correspondence f News You Get Nowhere Else of Mlddlcaboro visited community a few day. ago on legal business Drummors are very numerous now thru hero II. Rowlett Is In tho tie and axle business Henry Savior and Laura Edwards wero married last Saturday at tho homo of tho bride. J. P. Metealf officiated. riMK Vino, .April 28 Some of the farm ers hero have planted corn Jimmle and Willie Murray passed through here this week with a drovo of cattle. Johnnlo Calllhan and Ursley bstrldgo, both of this placer wore qultcly married, Wednesday, April 19 by tho Iter. D. S. Smith of Egypt. We wish tho couple a long and hap py life. Miss Laura Morgau entertained a largo crowd of young folks. Sunday evening. Thoso present wero I Mm ftuM Ukkg Easy Home Course in O. Rawllngs w oaaeUdaey of Dr. J. A. Maiatfey, a Marge, Ky, (or RsstBsjssaaMra a l Tlat district, subeet to tta Don of taa RapubUeaa party. .r. aulkorlW to uicuM Um "! IT Thm mmfy kmMmf mmwtmr mmdm iwm Hmfmf Health Culture IX Slcepinf For Health By EUGENE L. FISK, N. D. Copyright, WO, by American Praia Aaaoclattftn. ANNOUNCEMENT nwinr to tho absence of Mrs. Hill the Fair of Ilomcapun Industries will be omiltted tbla year. Hi la doca not mean that It will be discontinued Next year it will start again, larger than ever. g, Absolutely Pure Ormmm mf Tmrtmr POWDER deities, thou pence of the mind, from which care ales; who dost soothe tho hearts of men wearied with the tolls of tbe day and s LEEP, tbou rcptmoof all thing. Bleep, thou gentlest of the JACKSON COUNTY KKRBY KNOB Kerby Knob, April 28 Rev. Luns ford will teach singing at tho Oak Qrovo church on Friday night before the fourth Sunday in May. Everybody come. Myrtle Click who has been with friends at Berca for a few weeks is visiting relatives at Whites Sta tion this week. W. D. Axblll ana Pete Powell each lost a fine' cow a few days ago. Our regular May meet ing will bo held on Decoration Day, May 30th. Sunday school is held on Sunday mornings at 10 o'clock with Eva Flanery for Superintendent and Laura Dorcas and Myrtle Click as teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Williams spent Easter with the tat ter's parents at Dreyfus. Mrs. Lon-nl- e Humphrey has been quite ill for the past few weeks. Grandma Cay- hart who has been quite low for some t!rae Is still no better. Thero Is a tine baby boy at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Eva FlanMrs. John Williams. ery and chdrcn will speed the summer at tho home of her father, D. M. Click. Miss Ellen Wild of Clov er Bottom is visiting her sibtcr, Mrs Elmor Click, this week. B. Williams and Miss Suda Powell were quietly married at the homo of tho bride, April 27th. May their future be one of prosperity and happiness. The young folks were given a social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Powell, Thursday night. TYKEK Tyner, April 2S. The farmers are up with the times and are ready to plant corn. Miss Maggie Goodman has gone to Hamilton, Ohio, to make her future home. Mrs. Dunlgan is in very poor health. She is not expected to llvo as she has tuberculosis of the lungs. Jesse Anderson of Be-rhaB been visiting in this vicinity the past week. Mrs. Bottle Miller .has been very low with pneumouia fever but is better now. Tha Hon. James H. Moore has returned home. The telephone poles are all delivered for the new line that J. W. Creerh is building from East Bernstadt to McKoe. J. H. Jones has gone on n two weeks drumming tour through the mountain counties. There will be no tobacco grown In this vicinity this year. The late frost killed all the peaches but the prospects are favorable for a good apple crop. oa Urmf IN ALUM.M UME PMSPNATE CALIFORNIA1 WRITES refltteat them for labor." Thus spakt Ovid about the year 10 B. C Since then little has been added to our knowledge of the actual mechanism of sleep. Psychologists and physiologists have their theories, but as It is difficult to put tbe sleeping brain under the microscope the "mystery of folded sleep is still a mystery. Matt Pennington, Chester and Hcnrv Hdwards, Wllllo Pennington, Martin fNcely, Jim Campbell, Charley Reese. Misses Suda Hurley, Bessie Neely, Julia and Llzzlo Ferguson and Nannie Bowles. All report a nice time Chaa. Clark of this placo and Miss Martha Wilson of Stringtown were quietly carried, April 26th, at the home fjf tho brldo. May long and happy years ! theirs Honry Woods of Clovnr bottom and Miss" Cordelia Poe f Cnestnutburg wero married, April 19. We wish them a long and prosperous !!fo. Hamilton, Ohio, Lattar. Hamilton. O.. April 29 Dr. 0. S. Thornbcrry, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church has been selected to deliver the baccalaureate sermon tJ the Senior class of tho Central Hlgn School Tom Brumback who has been employed at tho C. C. Paper Co. during tho past two years, left with his family for Mo- Kee, Ky., his old home, to llvo on 1 farm. Tho balloon. Drifter, with A. Holz of Cincinnati, O., as pilot and Chas. Troutman mado a flight from here Wednesday and drifted 375 Editor Citizen, Berea, Ky. Dear sir: In tho short tlmo 1 have been reading your very valuable paper I am I more than pleased with It, for twi ressons, first because of the class of Pper you put out and, last but not least, because It Is almost llko l ny old frlenJs ,lnB tr "t once. I never dreamed you had ""ch a list of correspondents. I seo names and recognize many of my toyhood friends, some of whom I hav rot seen for twenty years or more. OWSLEY COUNTY TRATKLI.KRX REST . Travelers Rest, April 29 It seems that spring Is about to come at last. of the boys who were bound ever for the April term of tho Federal Court returned home today ou bond for their appearance back at tho September term Prof. Jas. Bot- er will begin a singing school at Travelers Rest on next Sunday night. Jesse Wagoner who has been sick so long is convalescent The New-Hochoir, under the management of Prof. Botncr, entertained the peo ple of Travelers Rest with their music Rev. Clem Roberts delivered an Interesting sermon to tho people of this placo in the Presbyterian church, Sunday evening. All Thsorlea of Sleep. Some have thought that the gradunl accumulation of waatc products In the CFt nprctire of affairs, and lrue uiooa unngs on a condition or irrita.ijuit as everything seen through a btllty or fatigue of tbe bralu cclU. i rough, uneven glas appears distorted finally resulting In depression and un-- ,' so do mir troubles when seen through consciousness; others, that the dell- - tired eye. Tbe ret" ted morning brain cato Otunients by which the higher Is well balanced. It weighs accurately ' and will measure real trouble when It cornea and more thoroughly prepare to I meet It than the overworked "even-- ' Ing" brain, wblrh la always crying "Wolf, wolf' If you are a commuter think It out im the train. Ifyouarea farmer wrestle with It as you plow the field. If you are no thrice blessed aa to bare a gnrden and a spare moment work It dig, dig and at one and the snme time you will gain health and surceaiu. from your mental atralaa 1 E Wffli and twists. Whan to Call Physician. A man who is willing to buy an office wants it too bad for it to be good for the public. If some one else buys it for him he is under too heavy obligation to the purchaser. A men who is both able and willing to buy an office does not need it. A public office is a public trust; but what of the trustee who violates that trust? For corruption he may be impeached; and, for incompetency CHEAP SLKKrlNO POBCU. IA trmporary alecplng porch ouuldt window, aupporlrd br tracra ! at anU and protected by an awning-- . ma M bum at coat ot m few dollar-- ! If all efforts to cipel csro from the mind nt night fall and the brain continues overacting In aplte of every effort If somo sharp corner In life la being turued and nature's limit has been leached, tben the time for the physician has arrived. Sleep under such ctrvumatauces must be had If prolonged IIIiifms or mental breakdown la to be avoided. The physician, must nse his Judgment In each particular case, but It Is seldom that ha cannot bring relief nnd restore control. It la only where reckleaa neglect and elf drugging have undermined the nervous system that his rfforts fall. In tbe milder rase ot Insomnia, however. In addition to the cultivation of self control and orderly thinking habits aa ubove outlined, there are simple measures wlilcli are often ef fective. The moat potent Is the hot foot bath. If you are skeptical, try It somo night when your brain Is throb blng and your bead la spinning from a long, vexatious day. Immerse tbe feet In water i hot aa can be bonn for ten to twenty minutes. Then bop Into bed. ahut your eyes, and It will be rare Imtced that the "Land of Nod" will not open to you and give you rest Tbe evenlug foot bnth Is a mighty good thing even for those who are not especially troubled with Insomnia. It rests tbe bruin and promotes a more normal sleep than moat civilised people are able to get Another gimtl remedy la a slightly warm gcuenil bath Junt before retlr ing. Both hot and fold grncral baths arc Ktlimtlutliii; uml will not promote sleep. Importance of Dlat "Untie, disturbed sleep with wear ing dreams- - the kind (be little boy apcra-- is has In the funny not un common. In such rnsen Indigestion la frequently respouslbte. Careful diet at tbe evening meal Is worth while If you wish to avoid inmbw Thorough chew Ing of all bread, pastry and vegetable food Is advHable. Coustlpiitlon must also bo guarded ngnlnst, uot by the constant use ot cathartics, but by ex erclse, water taken rather freely be- - or for breach of party or personal pledges upon which he was elected, wherein his contract with his constituents is violated, there ought to be some way to get rid of him. I AM THEREFORE, IN FAVOR OF THE RECALL. I HUGH. Hugh, May 1 People of this vicinity are demo sowing oats, and mo.it ot them are almost ready to plant corn. Born to Mr. and Mrs. It. I. Hale, on the 22nd, a bouncing boy. ills name is Fainter Born to Mr. and Mrs. Will Hunter, boy twins, recently. Grover Drew's Bister of Alabama Is visiting hlra at present. Married on the 27th, Mr. Boo Williams and Miss Suda Powell. Miss Frances was the guest of her sister the first of the week Born to Mr. ami Mrs. Martin Abrums, on tho 18th, a fine girl. Her namo Is to be Lou Slnda. Miss. L. Drew and her llttUi iilcco were guests of Mrs. Mary Halo, Friday night. Old aunt Mary Englu Is sick. She Is staying at Bob Hale's this week Mrs. Alice Bongo visited her mother, Elizabeth Hale, of Kingston, who is sick Several from Kerby Knob attended church at this place last Sunday. ill (1KAY11AWK Grayhawk, May 1 W. B. Metealf and wife and James Brumback and vlfe havo Just returned from a visit at Berea and report a fine tlmo The Itev. Harvey Johnson preached two fine sermons at Gruyhawk, Sunday to large, enthusiastic audiences. There was some bad behavior but not a great deal Lewis Hayes who was thrown from a horse and badly hurt Is improving some Tho Itev. Bob York and wife of Prlvett attended church terly meeting will bo hold at Cannon's Chapel the second Saturday and Sunday in May. It will bo conducted by the Hev. Moore. Everybody Miould come and hear hi in Mrs. Mary Bingham visited Mrs. Mcintosh, Saturday All tho paupers of Jackson Couuty go to Geo. Wright's for this next year. He Is to get flftynlno uollars a yftir for them. at Grayhawk, 8unday Quar- CLAY COUNTY SKXTON8 CIl KK.lt Sextons Creek, April 28 Some farmers are planting torn hero G. except those of ou By closing thU the i , , . wuuiu ui ouvr 1x3 pui 10 sievp Locust Sunday Another theory assumes that the cen School has been organized hero ro- tcr tho vaso motor nerve center at cenuy ana is now in progress. So the base of the braln-wh- lrh control far there has been a very small atthe blood vessels and equalizes Judge E. C O'Rcar, at Hopkinsvillc. tendance but we hope to have better of the blood throughout in tho future The Rev. Mr. Luns-for- d becomes fatigued, resulting In will preach here the second Satdilation of the arterleH of the body aim t urday and Sunday in May. Everybody a icKseneu uioou supply 111 the liniln. I It is invited to attend Mrs. Lena Land particularly remember the "Mcllono ' sleepseems well established that durlnt miles, landing In Princeton, 111 Pout- a condition of iinnrmlu of tli.-of Irvine has been visiting her fath-jby Boys," who, I think, used to work Schell has been Instructed, train eatxth, whatever luuy be tin tho past week. Mrs. Land is In master e department to count for my father In Clay County more onuses uuderlylng It. This explain-th- e very poor health Harold BIcknell, the feeling of drowsiness after a hearty all tho Incoming and out going mall than thirty yean, ago, when I was the little son of Erby Blcknoll, Is In I meal, when there a determination Hamilton for a week Mrs. Nancy a very small boy. very sick this week ' Mrs. Fannlo Hoffman, wife of Albert Huffman, cm- Ag , am nQW a BulMJCrlbur t0 your of blood to the dfgextlrc orgnns and Baker visited her mother at Panola ployed in a withdrawal of IiIcnmI from the bralu , w,gh this city by Clius. Lamb. wuuld ,RV) last Sunday Mrs. Verole Collins anil Import.nca of 8l.p. was burned to death at her home lKjndoMU particularly. In Clay and her family visited Mr. and Mrs. H. ,,ut ,bcrc ttT0 kl",u of lcri' in Camden, O. Sho was burning some 0wgIpy counteg Wrlte every week G. Blcknell's folks last Sunday Mr. ' d , ca k n'r leaves when her clothing took fire. I""''' f teU n who had and Mrs. S. B. Kelley visited their r.tful lcop-t- ho kind and a husband survive working last week." 1 hope . daughter a few dnys this past week Four children ,nat Mllw ,, ser ,art f ,ho COUDtr' a vl"U 8m f I T,1Ht In Richmond where they heard " thing . con- ,,,e8 ,,ay" n"'1 K ' 80"' f tho -- unlelen.l,- ,vlden. ed by the fact Tim. I Bryan lecture on Wednesday. J Needductcd work,np,t but t think I would pre- - J man about of hi llf,. u..u BOCK CASTLE COUNTY nam 01 riuiauoipuw. g or time In Hint condition. to a Those who fcr to Fitzgerald, the singer of Boston. Mass., W)lnt.tnlnK of that klnd. have tried to lemeu this proKrtton IIOONK nr. have usually puld the whleh Boone, May 1 Next Saturday an.l came to a'ciose, rTiuay nigni. I shall be plenst-to write to any nature exiiets for any attempt to cheat was pastor of Mood'c Sunday aro regular church days at Xoedham , one who would like to know some- - lu "ploy lug the kqiiio." Fall-vieMlsa Talltha Coyle visit- church In, Chicago, for several year-.. .1 ... 1. t " j valua of Early Tralnlno. ed Miss Laura Taylor near Conuay has been traveling for qulto n wl.U i ......h u..uUi do here Instead of going to lo- - t ,,, hu,uj Sunday G. W. Poynter was tak- with Wilbur It. Chapman and has last wot of fw ., buX ,II0 r Tnc UIs(.,, ing the school list last week M. Kel- been In nearly every country ou Urn rollings, grubbing, etc. r eilrl)' retiring should bo com- -! f1""0 With fond rembrances, ler of Richmond was in Boono one globe. Ho gavo as his cloning sermeiu-eIn rlillilhmxl mil HHllr on. day last week Mrs. D. O. Martin re mon his famous lecture, "!n Cannibal j II. L Uishoiv. forced. The practice of allowing little turned home some few days ago af- Land." children to xlt up In the evening so ter a pleasant visit with relatives near I that pnpn may play with them U B. Vlars recently movid Richmond heartless, sclllsh and cruel. Children to Berea The Misses Talltha Coyle, under ten years of ace ahould be put Laura and Slnda Levett were th to bill not later tbnu 0:30 o'clock: from. guests of Miss Bottle Poynter. Sun-dn- y for lots call upon ten to fourteen yearn of age 8 o'clock Tombstones and Corner Mrs. J. J. Wren was in Boono should b he limit, nnd from then on I Have No Agents one day last week until maturity Is reached 0 o'clock H t Mrs. Matlle Cadd nor Partners safu and snue hour l The ovcnliitf should be slmile and all romplii:. rending of excltlnc tultw. bard atudy. etc. avoided. An effort should lie innile to encourage rather than disturb tbe nat ural drowsy preliminary to the healthy sleep, which Is real food to the rnpM developing rlilld limits. With a Rood sturt In life alone tlue lines It will take a vast amount "f Made-to-We- ar abuse and nexlect to destroy the bulilt of healthful sleep. Hut iiiodcru life Is complex : Its work ami play are ev iltliiif. strenuous and often uuscitllu The chlldliotxl halilt of soand sltn-p- . when the rain upon the root wan pleasant ami aoothlui; sound. Is too ? eft en sucveeded by the light and lltfu. sleeji which vanishes with a creaking abutter or a jmst of wind. It expresses tke Baker's faith ia tbe product. When one reachen such ti state, what to do J It Is easier to Nay what not to is tke priacipal cost is paiatiag. The material should be the best. do, and we will approueh the subjeel flrwt from linn -- tnmlMilut. Things to Avoid. YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. Do not, Hlsive all thlnas. keek relief In druits They ure aeldimi really roa salk rsv needed, and when the; are necessary It Is plnjIiiK with diiiiKerouo Ore to ue their under Ihe ml ' vice and conti-iiliy xl !n of Another thins to nvold l worry over LOCUST BRANCH Branch, April 28. ' .1 i . m-ii- ESTILL COUNTY brain cells communicate are retracted during sleep, thus withdrawing th. brain from outside atlmulatlon. It la eoueelvable that If all our s. n- wby which we communicate with thr external world were paralyzed would automatically follow. For ej ample, supiniso complete tuiratrsU ot lii eye existed. all sensory nerrrs , 11 1 r Post-offic- 1 ( to 'rnUcS nld ? S !ii ,..,.. . kind-health- ful. ,,, om-thir- d ' 1 1 V. ,,., FOR FINE MONUMENTS Posts S. McGuire, Berea, Ky. tnt-ii- Hanna s Green Seal "The Paint " Does This Mean Anything to You Formula on Every Package 11 wiMKiw tsnt roit sLwiaa. tweeu menls aud rcular habits. "Acid ml Intestinal fermentation. stomach" caUrtlnK the ncrumulutlnu of gas. are often the cause uf restless sleep. Ini medlute relief may lie had through slm pie domestic remedies, such as milk or magnesia, bicarbonate of soda, etc.. but an effort should be made to pre vent such a condition by proper eatlnc 11 Lata WILLIAM ISAACS, Berea, Ky. ejn-ep- s 11 Ijite suppers, ten. eofTee, etc., are, of course, to be avoided by thoso who do not rest well. 8ummary of Slaap Suggestions. Lire healthy, sune life In the open as far us KHlble; exercise within proper limits: cat simple food and chew It thoroiiKlily: look your trouble in the fine, hut do It when you are best prepared to meet lliein. Ilavorei: Ular hour for sleep ami do not u tbem to marshal the f.irta of vour busliiesa; avoid atlnmlauta and druu and sliep In a well ventilated room. 11 habits.