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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY 11. 1011 Knowledge it power and the way to keep up with raodtrn knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Mountain People One Dollar a year. No. 40 You like a Suit that "hangs" i NOW Humor OR NEVER .well So does any man; but that, quality in Clothes that we call the "hang" is a matter of good tailoring, good design- ing and the right terial ma- Hart, Schaffner Marx Clothes have it, and it's enough in itself, without the rest to make them worth the price. LET US SHOW YOU WHAT IT MEANS R. R. Coyle Again thu Union Literary Society vas tho victor In Its auuual debato villi IMa Kappa I.llerury Society. The President Stand by Hii Convic-tlo- Tho contest camo off Tuesday ulgbt. Legislation -A Neat Piece of Lnlon, presenting tho negative Bide Methodist Union Proposed. joi the iiuestlon, received two of tho thrti votes cast by the judges. HUM TUB PRESIDENT Thu (luestlon, "Itesolved that Ken- President Tail Iuib been leceMus hinlv ulimtlil mffiit tin n iiirtiiilni.ti r fr. pf farmers and others lis constitution requiring an educaduring thu lint wk urging him to tional qualification tor suffrage," onu of . unusual Interest relax In his advocacy of tho reciproc- was ity" measure, hut ho tolls them all to tho uudlctico which was a largo that bis conviction Is firm that thu tine, tho banks of seats on both sides measure before Cougreb la lu tho In- ol the chapel being tilled to overflowing with sympathizers of the two terest of all tho people and ho to stand by It and seek Its contesting teams, lieta Knpjia on oven It It results In his defeat tho east and Union on the west side. In 1912. Tho middle bank was also tilled and oven u part of tho gallery was occuMETHODIST UNION ' Representatives of throo branches pied. Messrs. F. O. llowuittn, P. C, Wll-bo- n ct tho Methodist Church. The Methonnd Olen Porter ri'prebented tlw dist Episcopal, Methodist Episcopal, tho Methodist Protestant, affirmative Hi n er creditable manSouth and arguments wens clear uro. In session nt Chuttanooga this ner. Their of nnd coiiclso but they did not givo tho looking to thu completion ek educational qualification a broad tlaus for tln federation of the throo enough definition. ihurchns. Tho negative, us upheld by A.Webb, llurdiu Long nud Joseph Coyle, tho Tho farmers freo list tariff me.c j j,trlaW n nttlo less effective In its euro luissod tho lloubo Monday by a presentation, nevertheless had In P. oto of 2'JC to loy, uvery Democrat thu argument and logic that wins a voting for Uio bill and 21 Republican debate. Thoy showed that an educaThis bill Is ono of tho neatest tional qualification to bn effective uf legislation, ever novated by a pur-t- y must bo qualified by tho term moral. lu Congress. It bus awakened tho They hit the argument of the affirlouutry to a reillzatlon that tho ma- mative squarely on this point and jority iarty In tho House knows what other inlnts and won a debate that It is about nud that tho Republicans does credit to any Literary Society. may no louger expect to win by th. It Is not often that a question of Tho such Interest as this to a local blunders of their opponents. point Is this, tho howling objection Is debated nnd any Society enHepubll-can- s on hu part of tho Btaud-pa- t hances tho enjoyment of u debate by was that reciprocity discriminI resenting such a question. ated against tho (armors lu that tli"lr pioducts wero on tho roelprocal ANVIL SPARKS ni I ,pm-poapa-sa- NEWS OF THE WEEK UNION WINS farmers free list I s list with Canadian pioducts but that certain manufactured articles which thoy had to buy wero on tho reciprocal duty Hat.- - Now all tho argument lost when tlicHi articles Uiat hnvo given rlso to tho objections uro placed by this bill on thu free. list. Ut tho DemocrutH keop their heads and continue to act thuS swiftly and wisely and tho llepubllcuns oppose and blunder and wo will all bo tempted to bo Democrats. "REFORMING" THE MOUNTAINS According to vurlous newspaper Mrs. Thiodoro Shouts, wlfo of a groat traction magnato In N. Y., by Col. Jack Chlnn, accompanied a notod Kentucky horsouiun, has recently visited Cumberland Cup with a vlow to giving u largo bum for educating and "reforming" mountain girls. .o-to- Some men would rather bo profane than profound. Tho man with a light head will never make much of u light In tho world. It Is easy to bo truthful, but somo o peoplo prefer to do sonvthlng a moro difficult. Tho Chrlstla.i Horald. Ilt-li- of tho heavenly conditions here. Tho tlniu to euro diseases, says Dr. IN OUR OWN STATE Paulson, Is about six mouths before ono becomes sick. Poor health Is Mike a poor farm. It wo see a farm Garrett Wins Nomination Better jvrudually producing less year after Service to Louisville Gov. Thatcher ) year we attribute It to tho lgnor- Home on a Visit New Mountain unco and slothfulneus of tho farmer. Paper Renewed Interest In Commission Government. Just ho of one who puts up with party. x poor health. Thero aro about lClO GAKKBrT WINS diseases but only six ways of becoming sick. Therefore, wisdom and senso lu tho Kopubllean Railroad DIstri.it havo a tremendous advantage over Convention In session at Paris, Ky., WILDERNESS ROAD Thero aro only six points as wo went to press last week, Gar- disease. Last week we made mention in a news item of the recent conof attack to guard ngalnbt. ett won on tho 15th ballot, receiving vention held nt 1'ineville, Ky., in the interest of good roads for the In tho lecturo Tuesday evening Dr. 477 votes to LltlleJohn's 436. After mountain district. The idea seems to have originated in i'ineriile, Paulson compared the body to Port the organization of tho convention aud, so far as wo know-- , with the editor of "The Sun." If we are Arthur, tho Russian stronghold In the thero was some doubt as to tho winnot in error, to him also is due the suggestion, that Virginia and War. Just as Port ner slnto It wns tho field against Kentucky work together to revive the old Uoone trail through CumArthur finally succumbed to Japanese Garrett. Hut lu tho final issue Brad-"- " berland Gap to the settlements of Kentucky, now the blue grass, nud persistence, so the body may, but It ley's hand soems to havo been shown convert it into a fine highway to bo called the Wilderirtss Boulevard. yields only after long and peisls-tennd tho Winchester man was victorsaid to have its beginning in the This project may already be attacks If wo aro not on our ious. tine government road which now runs through the Gup from CumIfcuard. It ha3 four defenses which NEW UOUTI3 TO LOUISVILLE berland Gap, Teim. , to Middleslmro, Ky. The editor of the Citizen as four walls; first, tho healthy ibervo has had the pleasure of going over this road, and he has never traDy tho completion of tho Kentucky membrane of tho mouth, nose versed a better nor one that passes through a more picturesque place. ' and throat kills germs. Therefore Highland Hoad from Vcrsallea to This road is n kind of sample of what the government can do in the Frankfort, the L. At. N. la enabled tho mucous membrane should way of road building and wishes the slates to do. and there can be kept healthy; second, healthy gastric to give better service our tho L. but little doubt that every Kentuckiau would be glad to see it con Juice lu the stomach kills germs anil A. to Louisville. Insteud of going In tinned the entire length of the Boone trnil or over the old wilderness ouo Is not so apt to take typhoid If Winchester or Purls it Is now .possiroad to join with the pikes of the bllie grass, thus making a fine bu swallows a germ aftor .eating as ble to get a train at Richmond, "i'2 thoroughfare through Kentucky either to Cincinnati or Louisville. Just before; third, the liver Is an Im- n. in. nnd reach Louisville at 12:15 i. We understand that Virginia is willing to co operate, making portant defense. It is detailed to ab- m. connections with the road that will extend out through her mounsorb and destroy poisons, and It Is only CANAL GOVKHNOH HOME r sections of that slate. tains and couuect witli the through Its efforts to save that a Governor M. II. Thatcher ot tho ask Congress to appropriate money to help It is projiosed to ninu who uses tobacco can llvo at the two states immediately concerned, and it is hoped that the all. Tho fourth defense is the white Panama Canal Zone Is In Kentucky in the districts through which the road will pass will soon blood corpuscles which even go thru mi a brief visit. Governor Thatcher is accompanied by his wltc. They both present the matter. llm walls of tho blood vessels and uro In good health and enthusiastic germs In mortal combat. The strongest argument for this undertaking is, of course, the o er the work on the canal and their commercial or utilitarian, but one that will have much weight is a Because wo havo valiant forces ovr ' experiences thero. sentimental one it is to be n memorial of Boone and the opening up watchful In our defense does not justiof the "Dark aud Bloody Ground" to settlement. fy us lu being off our guard nor in COMMISSION GOVERNMENT abusing these dufeiibcs. They will Uy tho decision of tho Court of Apfinally succumb, aud when they do, peals last week maintaining that tho telng then we havo no commission form .of government In leservo forces to draw upon, no capi- cities of tho second class is constitu tal In our health bank. tional, new inspiration hits been given Four fifths of all 'diseases aro duo to tho advocates of reform In nur of Hinsdale Sanitarium Visits Berea David Paulson to improper eating. Wo should cat city governments. Tho Lexington HerAddresses of Absorbing K.ss moat and moro nitrogenous foods ald Is running a series of articles exbecause tho ashes of nitrogenous foods plaining tho success of tho new muniaro easily eliminated, while those f cipal forms' of government wherever A visit that will be classed aloix ner with Mr. George Plgg. Dr. Paulson Is the founder and tho albuminous, or meats, aro less tried, both in Europe and America, for with that of Captain Hobson and It soems to be assured that tho widespread Interest aud helpfulness head of tho Institution whero Dr. easily disposed of. lu tho recent lecturo of Mr. Ilryan matter will bo put before tho voters ..as that of Dr. Paulson to llepa Pearsons now resides, aud Is uu friend of Derea's great bene- It was evident that ho was fearful ot Lexington again soon. '.his week. Doctor Paulson camo c..i I ho Monday noon train, Inspected tho factor. Hi Is fact gao an added touch that 'scientists wero about to show' LESLlK UANNDK hospital and was conducted nbout tho of Interest to his visit and explains Ms relation and that of tho human Number one of thu first volume of Ho family In general to tho monkey and school by Dr. Cowley, dollvered mi his visit to tho water works. visaddress before tho convocation at boro Dr. Pearsons' greeting to tho he was strenuous In his disapproval. Iho Leslie Banner Is a welconio Dr. Paulson Is less fearful of tho itor to tho editorial office ot Tli) stu- student body. LliO p. m., another before tho Dr. Paulson may bo called n health monkey theory, going back to them Citizen this week. Slnco tho destruc dent body nnd citizens of tho town tion ot tho plant of tho Thousand-stick- s lu tho chapel In tho evening and a apostlo. Ho Is deeply rvliglous tru- for threo of his most telling Illustraat Hyden last year, Leslie Co. tions of tho simplicity of health methly evangelical, but If ho wero a preachthird boforo tho young men from all has been without a newspaper ot any ' departments of tho College, Tucsdav er would vastly widen thu scope ef ods. 1). Roberts Is tho edimorning. Tho remainder of tho day his texts and lncludo more of tho suli- Tho following Is Dr. Paulbon's pro- - kind. Mr. W. hapjd - l pram for health preservation: Fre.m tor and manager of tho new venture, Tuesday was spent lu a visit to the Jects that pertain to health and wo may Judge from his first uess In this life. In fact ho believes Collego water works and (ho 'Narrow proper food, exercise, clothing and and It Cap Settlement, ho being accompanied that heaven begins hero and tho beat cleanliness, right habits and lastlv, Issue It would seem that ho has found the need of tho people In his by Mr. F. O. Clark and Mr. and proof of our fitness for tho heavn 'tiust In God. Hy these wo may locality and Is going to supply it. Is our ability to bring some-- pono funerals. Mrs. Faulkner. Tho party took din Kusso-JapaneI nt I tide-waten cn-ga- are current again that the Governor will soon call the extra session. The crying need of Ilia State Is an ei'jiiltalilo anil equable districting both for Slate senators and repre(n tho Federal House hnsrd upon sentatives and for representative the census returns of the population that hnvo recently been made public. And to enact such a measure will be the purpose of the J session if it is called. But will the Governor act, or is the wish father to the rumor? So fHr a wo can learn he has not expressed himself very clpnrly is noncommiUaW Possibly lie is only waiting and wishlug to be guided by public sentiment in the iimlter. If Hint ia the case the people . should apeak and speak loudly. It seems to us that now ia thu time- really the psychological moment. The elections in the Representative districts and some Senatorial districts will be held this fall nnd the two parties are to contest for the slate ollices for Mate control. That menus that both partira will be uuder the rfisriifiW of gooil bchuviar, and the Democratic party which controls the Legislature will be dririn to sanction a fair measure of apportionment by the fear of defeat 'at the polls if it refuses. There is a popular demand for fair mid equal representation nnd if the Governor does not act now the Democratic candidates will meet that demand with promises which will nevrrbe fulfilled The way to catch them is to convene the pren'iit Legislature in extra session ami put them to the test now. If the Governor fails his party here, he fnils th people, for in this caseof gross injustice the party's interest is the people's interest. Moreover, if IheGnvernnr fails ionct.lie has missed the supreme opportunity of his administration- - his administration lias failul. And why not act; why wait and expect justice from a new Democratic legislature based upon the old apportionment ? The measure was postponed before, as whs claimed, to await the census repotts. They are now in the possession of the public, nnd there is noxctise for further postponement. To refuse to cnll an extra session now iikbiih a hist opportunity it means that the Governor acquiesces in the injustice done his Legislature In Berea Bank & Trust Co. The strength of any bank, State or or National,, depends upon its stockholders and directors. N - DIRECTORS OF THE BEREA BANK CB. TRUST CO. ' k 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, President OFFICERS J. W. Stephens, John F. Oean, Cashier Vice-Preside- nt v This Bank was examined by the State Bank Examiner April 21, 1911. GOOD HEALTH APOSTLE Three Interest over-taxe- d, -- 'jr. I post-hereaf- MINERAL OUTPUT, 1910 NEW STORE We have made a New Store of the old and now our DRY GOODS AND GENTS' FURNISHING departments are equal to the best in the country. HlM FEATURES JTHIS WEEK Editorials Health First pago Apostle. pago 8. 8. Lcsbou uud Socond Now 8. m MM M ft MMMII Third pago Llvo Stock Notes. Fourth pago Ilercai Locals. Fifth pago Intensive Farming. Sixth pago Continued story and Tomperanco Notes, Come up and have a look at the New Store.. Seventh page Bormon News of Yesterday, Eighth page Eastern News and MormonUm. and New WELCH'S ahd "SAVE THE-- DIFFERENCE" Kentucky As shown by reimrts of tho United States Geological Survey, tho year I'JIO was u very satisfactory one In tho amount of mineral products. Petroleum sbJtids at tho head of tho list with two thirds ot tho year'a output or over two huudred million larrels. The records show that thero has also been considerable lacreuso m the production of Iron ore and pig Iron over any previous years. But .is to thu coal mining Industry, whllo tho output In 1910 surpasses that of 1'jOU, It falls ono per cent below tho record of 1907, which was about forty- eight million tons. There was also a slight falling oft In the amount ef copper mined In 1910 lu comparison with 1909, but tho production was In excess of that of auy other year exof cepting 1909. In tho production quick sliver there was a slight decrease in thu quanlty but an Increase In the valuo ot tho product, mined. In tho production ot cement there was an Increase, ot abo it I twelve million barrels over 1909. Pae "' A fcmlly Two THE CITIZEN May 11, 1911 STICK7 .... i.. The Citizen l'ubUxhed .jvery Thursday (lncnrpomtnl) newspaper for all that It right true and Interesting. z -- s HE WILL THE DOVE j WHEATHELP&TRAOE Hope for Brlrjhter Trade In the Near Future Seen by Mercantile Agencies. Now York.ll. G. Dun h Weekly lUiricw of Trade taid: Co.'s t Ik-nit-f Ky. WILL RESIGN SONG OF THE VINEYARD SmUj Stkl Lmmsi fr Msy 21, 1911 Spd2Ir Amnc4 for Thli Ptpr BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. P. Faulkner, Editor, and ManaQcr. el . ssues Manifesto Setting forth His-Positi- on ... AY A11U2 IN ADVANCE. One ir Hlx Month TTnrcu r Subscription Rates .,IW 35 WHEN PEACE IS RESTORED months .. after renewal notify us. Mhwlnc mimln1 wlil bo fjrwdly supplied wo oro notified. tf Flna promhims cbrtin, wtth am runnwuls. 8id for find prom Fivmlum list. Utx-rq- J tmna Rtf m to any no who tnJn now rnilwerttrtAnm for n. Any nne ran nmilnuf ui four yearly Tho CI U ten free for Mmtmif for on year, rates ntt arnilcivtVci. Advert ww-k- s Send money tiy lVintofflpo or lCxmvss. or Money Order, Dmft. llrslntxrcU no nnd two cent KUimtw. Tl ifcvto niter your nrurwt on UiM linrrtrt1mi t shows to what dato yimr paid. If 1t In nrt rJuuwnl 11Wu ttu? Itcr, Armistice May Be Extended For Further Peace Negotiations Madero Orders Halt For Insurrecto Army Marching on the Capitol. ow rmio PrcwlMit Diaz 4siod a manifesto, declaring ilia IntonJon to rental the presidency as soon as peaco Is restored. In Uihi manner tho IKwMojit ha virtually ncoetfod, to tho demands of Franekco I. Modero tlrst ho nrakv announcement ot.sfljdi Inten MYdcIco City. tion. When Peaee la Retored. As to when peace is actually re stored, Gen. Diaz reserves tlio right to bo tho Judge. In the words of tho iwmi lfostn, it wfa he "Wlen, oocordJng to tho dictates of my .conscience, 1 am fcuro that my roteiKtlon will not 'bo followed by anarchy." Tho president declared that hla Oc- - M RMllKlt OP KENTUCKY 1111288 ASSOCIATION. When mony talks It Is sure to tract tho attention of bystanders. Have you had Do we at- couple ot J 5.000 scuts reserved In the coronation Una? a get our garden seeds from the Inst session or the extra session of congress, or both? As scon as a little more of the frost gets out of tho ground the aviators will resume business. If whiskers are to be put under the ban uh hiding places for microbes. what about the fur coat? la said to loso I76,OCO,000 a year through tho ravages of rats." Why doesn't sho keep a cat? "England Tho Michigan small boy who swal lowed a snfetypin Is thriving. There must bo fcomethlng In a name. Pot our women readers only: "A Massachusetts scientist says that the will reveal a person's age." X-ra- y Berlin 1 about to tax each purchas of a ticket to the moving picture shown. That is getting close to rob bing the babies. er tenninatkm not to relinquish the presidency ot this time was not duo to yanlty or lovo of power, because, as ho pointed otit, power at Oils til mo has no attraction aoconipaiiled an It Is by tremendous rosponslbinty and worries. Ho said ho wob prompted solely by a doalro to conserve tho best interests of his country. Won't Quit Under Fire. Tho president mado It clear that h docs not proposo to abandon lac prcs idency while his country la at war. und that he would not do so at any tlmo under compulsion. Bl Paso, Texas. Con. Madero on- nounced that Je would agree to another armistice In which jwaco nego tiations might be resumed. Wlhcn Gen. Madero heard of Presi dent Diaz's resignation lx Immedi ately gave orders lo have troops etop inarching. Couriers also wero s;nt ahead to halt the advance gunnt. "I naturally am very glad to hear that President Diaz has niado tho nn- uounevment," said (Jen. Madero. am going to send a tefegram to him at once congratulating Mm on his lia trkrtiatn. for It certainly wsso an out that required tho Wghest kind of personal jardllcw and iiatriotlsu. MORE SAVINCS BANKS. HIS PERCH IS NOT A SOFT ONE. FLAYS ROOSEVELT DYNAMITERS BOMB DENOUNCES IN LOS ANQELE8 RETURN NEW BILLS TWENTY M'NAMARAS INDICTED ONE TIMES. McManlaal .PLOTTERS BRANDED A8 CRIMINALS. Main Witness Against Brothers Crowd Felled by 8scret Moves of Jurymen. DEFENDS Possibly that baron arrested with Postoffice Department Designates a brass knuckles In his pocket was on a Few More Tovf.n. matrimonial expedition after the good Postnuistw-Genera- l old baronial fashion. WhrfvlnKton. nihil Hitchcock deslcnaW tfilrty-lIn addition to tho harem skirt we tionetf postofllcca cs pos;tl savings " skirt In bonks, which Including those provi have also a our midst. Tho poor skirt Is being ously selected, will malto a total of 120 wantonly mutilated these days. since January 1. The work of turolshlng tho necessary equipment An Ohio woman in a divorce suit and havimr postmasters nd their as claims that her husband has not spok ni8tant8 Instructed, will be liurrlctl to cn to her in seven years. Possibly the nermlt rccelvins deposits Juno 1. joor fellow never got a chance. iMr. Hitchcock expects to extend tho system as rapidly as posslhJo until There Is talk of a $25,000,000 high ho has a postal savings hank in very way from New York to Washington. money order office In the United It is to be hoped that It will not be States. an extension of Walt street. Amomr the officers dcstenaited are: Indiana Harbor. Ind.: HopkinsvilX' AmnuT those who will be benefited Ky.. Daroerton. Ohio: Sumter, S. C: by the, discovery of telephonic hyno- - J'llKo, Tcnn., and Staunton, Va. tlsm 1b tho man who docsn t know it Is bis wife he is talking to' on the Will Seek Dr. Cook's Records. wire. New York. An attempt will bo "Tho Makln's of a Girl" is one of the mado incidental to a hunting trip to new literary efforts on the market. It determine if tho records which Dr. beata all how the clgarettn habit per Cook allogea ho left at Etah oro there, sists in breaking Into the literary The expedition la being organized un game. der tho auspices of Harry Pay no Whit ney, big game hunter, and under per Because her husband hasn't spoken smoa direction of Oapt Robert A, to her for seven years a Philadelphia Bartlctt who comraandod tho Itoose- woman wants a divorce. Evidently volt, the ship In wMch tho Peary ox that's too long a, time, between last ixxlltkm sailed in search 'of tho north words. lole. J "three-quarter' Paris protests that that city Is not Warm Weather Here. responsible for the harem skirt. Paris Washington. Summer weather will has enough blots on its 'scutcheon prevail throughout tho country cast ot without the prepetratlon of the baron the Rocky mountains during this week, garment according to weather bureau calculations. Low tenMMnatun ti predicted week some, of for the Pacific coast. Indications are During coronation the London hotels are going to charge that there will bo no rain in the next $60 a day, so now you can flguro up few days, except local showers in the how much you're going to sava by Mlddlo West and Northern PaclOt not going. States. A Uoston waiter returned a wallet Three Quarters of a Century. containing $15,000 to a man who had WatlMncton. ''Undo Joo" Caimon A New York loft it on his table. IIo wnb waiter would have regarded It as wax 7.1 vaun old Sunday. bora at Guilford, N. Con a farm near merely a tip. tho revolutionary tatttlofleCil or Gull-forCourthouse. At on early ago ho A harem skirt caused a near riot In Atlantic City a few days ago. It It went to Indiana and becumo a grocery had been summer and sho had worn clerk. a bathing suit everything would have President of Express Company Dead been all right Now York. Johnston Livingston Co. A New York woman whoo artist iroHlkmt of tho Ninlionul husband Bald her flguro was more per and iiroinliHUrtly Mcatiflod with many feet than that of Venus has been leading clubs, died in hw 9&Ui year, awarded alimony In the sum ot only Why be a Vcnns? Corn Plantlna Weather. 120 a month. d Kis Angeles, grand Cal. The has found 21 new Indict against James P. and John J, Says Fact of Men Being Union La ments McNamara and Ortle E. MoManlgal. No Excuse for Attack on borers Is the alleged dynamlto conspirators. the Prosecution Mayor and OffNineteen ot the Indictments, It Is icials Receive Threats. understood, are against the McNaraa ras alono, and charge thorn with murYork. In the course of der In connection with the blowing up New signed article In the forthcoming of tho Los Angeles Times plant on Outlook dealing with the Los Angeles October 1, and the consequent deaths Times dynamiting, under tho title. of 21 men. Murder Is Murder," Col. Thcodor The other two are said to be Koosevelt says: against McMonlgal as principal and 'If the explosion was not. an acci the McNamara brothers as accom dent, but tho deliberate act of any pllces in the Llewellyn Iron works ex man or men, it was an outrage of das- plosion, Christmas day. In which no tardly Iniquity, for It was one of ono was killed. these crimes In which tho murderer, McMuiIgal was the principal wit in order to gratify bis spite against ness beard by the grand jurors, about an Individual, not merely wrecked whose movements and meeting place that individual's property, but with a veil of secrecy was thrown. callous Indifference takes tho lives ot Jurymen assembled they When scores ot Innocent people as an inci were toldtho go quietly, one by one, so to dent to the achievement of his sin as not to attract attention, to tho Jury ister and criminal purpose. room of Judgo Willis' court. In the 'The men responsible for dynamit hall of Justice, next to tho county jail building ing tho Los Angeles Times In tho regular grand jury room dum are responsible not only for tho wreck my Jurymen were quartered, while of the newspaper offices, but for tho bailiffs mounted guard at the door. loss uf many lives Then witnesses wero directed to Judge "The arrest was mado in conse Willis' courtroom. quence ot testimony secured by Mr. When McManlgal was summoned Hums, who has been Mr. Honey's he was taken from his cell and thence right-hanman In bringing to justice escorted over tho bridge leading from grafters who violated tho law of the the prison Into the hall of Justice and United States In Oregon and grafters the Jury room. He was examined for who violated tho laws ot California rooro than two hours. Immediately at In San Francisco. He has proceeded terward tho grand Jury adjourned. with impartial severity against the The grand Jury heard several wit most influential politicians and the nesses besides McManlgal. Among men. richest business employes and officials o "It happens that the men whom he them wero Llewellyn Iron works Mid Paul has now arrested are members of a tho Stuperlch. proprietor ot a hotel at labor organization, Just as men whom Sausallto, Cat., which the alleged dy he formerly nrrcsted were members ot tho Republican or Democratic par namitcr known as J. II. Ilryce visited newspaper ties or of great and wealthy corpora- before tho wrecking of tho plant. tions. Another witness was Douglas Ilur "It would havo been a wicked thing In In the farmer cases with which Mr. rowes. partner of Howard Baxter the ownership of the launch Pastime, Hums had to do, for leading Repubto omblne to which, acordlng to the detectives, was licans or Democrat break him down and support the ac- used to transport tho dynamlto pur cused merely because the accused be- chased by tho alleged conspirators. longed to their political parties; It would have been a wicked thing tor MOB ON CAMP MARCHES big capitalists and big business men to make common cause with the capGang Is Removed italists against whom be proceeded, Negro Construction Trouble Is and Serious merely because they wero capitalists. Averted. "No worse service can be rendered by labor union leaders to the cause New Albany, . Ind. A mob ot of unionism than that which they render when they seek to Identity the 200 persons, angered because four at cause of unionism with tho cause ot tacks had been made on women by any man guilty ot a murderous attack negroes of a construction camp near this city, organized and marched on of this nature. "I have no idea whether the men Uie camp. Mr. Gray, superintendent mob, arrested on Mr. Durns' statements are of the company, met the promised and to or aro not guilty; the labor leaders in after a long argument he question havo no Idea whether or not remove tho negroes. The mob then dispersed. they are. "They aro entitled to an absolutely fair trial. If they have no money to JUDGE COWAN IS ACQUITTED provide counsel for themselves, then It would be entirely proper for any Dakota Senate Clears Jurist body ot men to furnish them the North Who Was Impeached on Misrequislta funds, simply as an Incident conduct Charge, In securing them a fair trial. Uut It ts grossly Improper to try to create a Bismarck, ft. D. Judge John F. public opinion In favor ot the arrested men simply becauso the crime ot Cowan of Devil's Lake, who has which they ure accused Is committed been on trial here for several weeks against a capitalist or a corporation, before the senate as a high court of and becauso tho men who are charged Impeachment, on charges of mlscon with committing It aro members ot a duct In office, was declared not guilty on all of tho 74 specific charges. labor union." DETECTIVE BURNS Ixe Jury Tho increasingly bright outlook for tho wheat crop Is mponsiblo for a sonKwhnt hotter feeling In btutfnw m o Ow t iWitrv. Hot tho no.tu.ul volume of trade Is ttlow. hatting and without civthufffasuir A Qlance Over the Fldi. Token in tho ugsrecsito and especi ally hi bosh: trade ih iron and iteel anil dry goods, contnnpt1on la much bolow produdnjr capacity and oven oncwwlons In prices fUll to pro duce Activity. Fundamental condl- Uono Buoh as tho large suppflos ot money and tho gencraily tSw stocks of merclmndJe aro favarnhlo, hut cn- toriniso continues to wait for tho re moval of uncertainties nno foTi that oouTttscousi ltudvrrhip which is horn of largo faith In tho future. Dull In the Metals. General dullness prevails In (ho pis iron iroirket nnd advices from tho lMHKburg district Indlmto that new btndness In finished lines Is on a s matter de, ajthough In omn ln stamxs Itooklnsa havo been mdto liberal. lUitroad buying con'lnueTi ipos- modlo and one mill hew clowd down for tho month of May. but In the ara condition division rtruotural more sailsfactory, as u large amount ot work Is pending. Curtailment In Cotton, Ourtnimwnt is still tho order In cotton goods, while wootetu nre miccs-partl- y affected by tariff Agitation. Tho i.hco trado fc) fair, but not tip to mgh- wutor mark. It is noticeable that for tho present, at lent, the tiude rocoH Won um lo bo felt more keenly In the west than In tho cast, and even do not altootljer line crop offixct the effect of lower farm values. pro-rpec- LKflBON TKXT- - Isaiah l.l-t- t I MKMOrtT NltSK-- H. Untn Th nnLDRN TytT-"- Wo That Are Mistily to Drink Whv, and Mrn of Htrrncth to Mlnglt Strong Drink." TlMB-I'reMbty near th Nfginning oi a. Dtnchct which ww Taalali'a Innr Ufa tnntrrnratril In the yrnr when Klnc lUh olrd. It. C. 7K (Hceclir), or ii, v. 7 u (llntlns). AKKhur-daa- n jeruiuro. riPKlath prophlffl in In Ainyfl. Manahetn; KINUH- In lrl. III. rnOIMIETTS-Ho.- ra, MlCah. Isaiah, like all great teachers, was obliged to speak many stern warnings. Individuals and nations am best pleased with leaders tmtfpralso and flatter them; but such men are enemies rather than friends, demagogues rather than statesmen. In our own nstlon wo havo many braggarts, and many easy going, but the wise men are llko Isaiah, orcr-sanguln- e cltl-sen- to percetro national and against personal sins. Vigilance these Is tho only prico ot liberty In nation and peaco In an Individual. The old Greek maxim, "Know thyself," Is still the foundation of true knowledge and wisdom. In our lesson the great prophet warns his nation against threo national evlla: National Ingratltudn to God; the raenaco of ungodly and wealth; Intcmpcronc tho great peril ot tho nation. We can look back over history full of deliverances. America was sottled by men escaping from civil nnd reliTho colonists had gious oppression. many marvelous dcllvorances from the Indians and other foes. Ton Union has been saved by tho greatest civil war In all history. Wo havo had among our leadera tome ot tho world's clear-eye- , chief men Washington, Grant Jefferson, Franklin. d Weather Had Effect. Firadstrccts said: Trade ami industry remain miht to duil with on th whofa - doing .Cum in tho week prvoollng. Unreasonably fool WTOthtr with fresta, ralnn or snow north, caKt oiid wont, and ex ccs'ivu maCstuio at tho south, Iwivo mado for quiet In retail lines and n tardn-crop growth or prcturstion to uxno ivxlctit Retail Demand Backward. busim-sat wha'tnaOo and with Jobbers In wearing npiKirel and been spring gcods gemnTJiiy Lu checked by tackward retail demand, by crop wiille future ruJs ate ai:U tariff uncertaintiv. l.owtMi'd y prices for manufucOiM-- d goodu, tcxtilm. havo evoked mjiiio but not enough to remove thu imjrrwj-uthut Atccks In tlml hands era still lirgvr than was atiticJpcied fcr this rtagc- of tho reason. Business Failures. Htwlruna fuliurvn m tho United SI alra for tho week ending May 1 weiv 231, again. 240 last week; 191 In tho like week ot 1910: 2H In 1!K3; 'Ro-onlaffi-ctecupc-claD- greatest oceans preserve our country from attack. We have a vast territory, wonderfully rich In minerals and producing harvests abundant enough for us and for other nations. The natural fruit of a vineyard, prepared fine, cultivated carefully grapes, and a full crop; that ts, be expected obedience to his cotnmacds, and Jove and gratltudn and worship. Instead, he got nothing but wild grapes, small, sour and hard such results as a nation might ibow that had received hovah. no special benefits from Je- Lincoln. The world's Isaiah ncit comes to particulars tho two great fundamental sins of his people, and of all nations. It is with remarkable persistence that In every civilization tho two main passion ol tho human heart, loo of wealth and lovo of pleasure, the Instinct to gather and the Instinct to squander, have forms desought precisely theso nounced by Isaiah In which to work their social havoc appropriation of tho soli and Indulgcncn In strong drink. Kvcry civlllxed community develops sooner or later Its land ques- to In 1907. In Canada for tho w'ck number 2(1, which compared with 2C fcr kut week and 18 In tho correspond (ni; week of hist yvnr. The Export Trade. Wheat. Including flour exrorts from the United StaCe und Oanadti, for the week ending Mny 4, otxncfia'.o 1,944.-32- 7 bushels. avninHt l.CAG.CT.G last week ond 1.SC4..070 fhfa week last 283 in 190S, nnd 1B4 fnt!urc year. For tiw ln twenty-fou- r May 4, exports aro, 101,724,105 121.0S5.510 In uio bushels, again nniod last yctvr. Ccm exporti. fcr tho week an 275,059 bushels, agsinnt 733,507 last week and 205,-97In 1910. weeks end- - tion and Its liquor question. Is the land question sn American question also? In Its essentials, yes. Hut what, back of tho land question, Is the fundamental difficulty? The menace of ungodly and iiuphllanthruplc wealth. In any form land, or railroads, or mlnrs, or mills, or houses to rent, or stocks and bonds or money to lend. There Is more than one American whose Income, Is mora than a million dollars a month. What Is Isaiah's second "WoeT" Against drunkenness and Its accompanying evils, and tho Irrellgton that goes with them. Would Isaiah psonounco this woe upon our nation. If ho were living to day? He certainly would. To bo sure, ,, 3 eight there Is the most drinking late at THE MARKETS Cincinnati Grain Market. Flour Winter patents $4a4 26. do $3a.1.25. low grado 2.C0a family 2.60. bard patent $5a&.2E, do fancy t.35a4.50. W1nK No. 2 red 9fisi99c, No. 3 ml 93a95c, No. 4 red 74o83c. Corn No. 2 whlto CCaSGc, No. 3 No. 2 yellow 5fla tiG'jC, No. 3 yellow 55aS6c. No. 2 mixed 5C'4a57c. No. 3 mixed 5Ga 56'Ac. Oats No. 2 whlto 3Ga3GUc. standard whMo 3&&30c. No. 3 whlto 3'a35VjC Cincinnati Live Stock, Cattle Shippers J4.75a5.75, butcher steers, extra J5.S5aC, gool to choice white GtiaSGViC, SuG.65; Waihdmjton. Hlslng Parisians started a riot tho other hruchout tint ooantrv ltas had a hieh- day at the pioductlou ot a now play, ly gratlfyhkg effect In warming Uin Such things do not happen In America, will and dxylrm wot places In tho prep, hut they are richly merited by somo oration of field for tho planum? of ot the alleged plays that oro tbrust mrn. Tt corn urea lust year wos upon us. over 114,000,000 acres, oml hls jTOivr ocrcflgo hiioiiKl uo nuiy as arge. i no tell us that swl nwnrirvxl ftvr ltlanlinir 11E.000.000 London dispatches Americans are rcccgulzcd in ltnglund acres will bo apitroxlmatoly 23,000,000 by the smartness ot their footwear. biwWuhs. It strikes us that most ot them ore Panama. Hre oauBotl dmtvgo to recoralzed by the largeness ot tbelr the extent of $200,000 at Port Llmon. feank roils. imeraturo cows, extra cholco Jta 1.60, cannors J2.2Ca3.50. Hulls Ilolog-li- a (Wve JI.30a5.10, extra $5.15a5.23. tAtra IGaG.CO, fair to good J5a cargo J3.C0ati.5O. (t, common aiul Hogs Good to cholco packers and JG.10aG.15, mixed packers butchers IG.OSaG.10, common to cholco heavy fat J3.n0aJ5.15, pig ,110 Hit and sows Kxtra J3.63a3.75, H.76a&.90. 8heoi good to cholco J3.25a3.C0. Lambs- a J5.G0, spring lambs JG.50a8.50. Cincinnati Miscellaneous. Would Force Fire Drills. Poultry Hens lb, spring chickWins Medal for 8svlng Life. Albany, N. Y. A hill requiring an ens 25a30c lb. dunkB 12c, turkeys Washington. A silver system and 13c, gecso Ca8c. Kggs Prlmo firsts medal was given by tho treasury de- adequate Ore alaif llutter Creamery partment to Private Charles M. Mor- monthly fire drills In all factories or 10c, firsts 14c. 2414c, ris of Company G, signal corps, U. 8. mercantile establishments two vlortcs extra Apples tlrsts 'ii'Ac, fancya dulry Fancy JSXOaG ICc. bbl, A., for saving the lite nt the little son or more In height, has passed the low, cholco $5a&.60 a bbl. Carrot- s- N, O. ot Dcnjamln Levin of Chicago. The er bouse of the Now York legislature, 16a25o doren. Celery Michigan boy fell Into New York harbor at the Jlal.25 box. Kggplants J1.50u2 a Seventh Cavalry Embarks. Htatuu ot liberty. crate. Honoy Sd.7fm I crate. lemSan Francisco. The United States ons California J3.50a3.75. Onions army transport Sheridan sailed for Yellow J1.50, whlto J 1.50 bu. Oranges Bowdoln Gets $58,000 Olfts. Me. Gifts of $50,000 Manila with troops and officers of the Brunswick, 2.76a3 box. Pineapples J3."5a4 a crate. Potatoes Northern Ohio 60a for tho new gymnasium and athletic Seventh cavalry from Fort Rlloy, Kan CxT a bu. Kurly Ohio Jlal.25 buildings at Dowdolu collego were an- a number ot unattacbH troops and bu. Turnip- s- Jl.50a2.00. full list of cabin putwagers. traffic nounced here. good to cholco $Sa5.7fj, good J4.G0a4.7S; to heifers, extra )5.85aG, lis) Ux-tr- 12c especially after tho theater performances are over; and for that rca- son the temperance reformers try everywhere to pass laws closing tho saloons by 11 o'clock nt night Still, It Is very common, In our cities, to see drunken men stsggcrlng around the streets In tho morning. In the midst cf a "spree" that may last for days. Modern men drink many Aery, distilled liquors unknown to thu ancients. They have added thu common use of many drugs, such aa opium and cocaine, whose physical and mental effects are more terrible and swift oven than those ot alcohol. And still the saloon Is the center ot all other sins against society licentiousness, murder, gambling, gratt.'polltica! misrule, all nre closely connected with the saloon. It our public schools are to give thu scholars a practical preparation for life, certainly no subject Is of greater lmpurtunce than temperance. Laws Inrequiring scientific tcmporaneo struction have theroforo been passed In all tho states and by the national government, and inoro than forty temperance physiologies, for all grades, havo been written. Nearly a million essays on teuipcrancu themes aro written every year by school children. Tho universities, colleges and normal schools are taking up the study. It Is never enough to pass a temperance measure. Tho open saloon at onco becomes a secret saloon, a "blind tiger." "Near-beersand other drinks sro concocted, containing Just enough alcohol to escupo tho law, and sold openly. Saloons spring up on Uio edgo of tho prohibition territory. Patent medicines with a large per cunt, ot alcohol are used as drinks. Worst ot all. tho United States laws allow tbn express companies to carry liquor Into prohibition territory, and thus far congress has not been porsuadod or compelled to take action to prevent tb , I May 11, 1911 THE CITIZEN MILLIONS MERGED KENTUCKY MASONS IN BIO DEAL. A WILL BUILD 2,000 HOUSES. New City Will Rlso In Eaitem Ksn- tucky Like Magic. SPRAYING CHUTE FOR STOCK narbourvlllc. Several of tho mol Ilnevilhi. A $0,000,000 coal com extensive undertakings In tho South (ly It. OAItMAfO puny merger vnu oonsnmnrntoil. The aro now being Inaugurated In Kastcrs An alloy or raco for conflnlnir slock ncw Mass Meeting Called to Con- - lm,ms of nnrn u ciw on Kentucky by coal corporations with to bo 8prayoil. Tho fencen nro two . isa ytja '.jfvuj tittauii vn WW fUJVV, many millions of capital stock ant FEED SOW AND YOUNG PIGS foot opart and 2S fcot In length, n& 000 cnntwn ,1,000,000 ki capital in backing. Tho scenes of activity art siuuruio iviaucr roinmouniiuR tnrco animals at one a,000',00() bonds. Tho tmojeot tho mountain counties which aro bclnp time. Tho floor should bo of cement PAINTS CITY OF THE FUTURE by rJiaHnnooea and luls opened for development by tho rail Little Animal Should Be Fed So a to bo eloped as flnnnct-to drain away tho surplui CALLED ST. JOHNS HOSPITAL Oaln From Half Pound to Pound vlllo men. Tho main ofTki will Im road extensions of tho Ldulsvllto A Expert, With Prophetic Eye, Sees PerEvery Day. In fJ.Amco:ji, with n brnnoli I Chosapeako ft Ohio sys Nashville and fection Attained as Matter Is Ixiulsvllle and nalno ofllrc at Wall tems. Meeting-Wil- l Better Understood. De Addrened by Proml (Dy o. J. sprcnuY.) eeiid, Ky. Tho Consolidation Coal Co., a J 10, nent Men and Maiont Loultvllla At farrowing tlino tho sow should bo Oin rials (From nn fidiliTM by Daniel K. num. io conduct tire at 000,000 corporation, Is beginning th May Do Its Home Succen fairs of the corporation am m fol Initial development of Its immensi fed nothing but vory thin slop for conJam of Chicago at lha tho flint 24 hours and only vory ference In Ixjndon. IJnglanJ.) town; lOngle Mitrtln, prrtihlunt and Ron holdings In Plko and Letcher cotintlc Freety Predicted. "Our city of the futuro will bo with-ou- t slightly for Hovcral days. At tho end ofal manager; If. L. Cory, view prwl Officers of tho company made a tour sruoko, dust or gases from manuoi n week tue ration should bo lulsvUlo. Tho nmfoot in .inl.lui. "'"it and rales manager; H. O. Lo of Inspection of the properties and coiv facturing plants and tho air will, thereIncreased nnd should consist of I tracts wIll Bhortly bo let for the con such milk producing tmuwrw. an hospital or Infirmary lor "N'11"? fore, bo pure. Tho streets will bo as foods an shorts, W. U Mo-of Pln.ivllle. Ky.. U se structkm of 2,000 houses, Spraying Horses. members of the, Masonic lodgo of Ken clean as our drawing rooms today. bran, ground peas, 'milk, etc. From tucky will bo tho principal topic dis lectori for gciKiral iupcirlntejiilont of Smoke will bo thoroughly consumed. 7s.ImIoK,rSZdreir ,hCn' T Yh" ucii,n ier ,,,K8' tho An rth 800 cussed at a mass mooting to be held oiNirnlkins, nnd tho gases Hboratod In manufac 'ho work f.W h?m.h0 fcJ llcaj"?-- . 11 i.i. "HPT tuu Tho protMirlloa aro crirlorod around onslon S. Sunday. May 23. Tho conference will ture will be tanked and burned. s , f- - inn.hr by Iter. Dr. 11 U lHiwell. Soc l'lnorilk-- comprising 30,000 acre o! "U.UO "IK OaUUI UlTISlOn, annra r l.nnullf will be operated electrically, nil It Is soldom that stock snbrnlta no-. . iu 1 IUn KU.ut.i in ..U uiu iv oral lands In wlvlch. It Is ffttlmntod .u.uukil .u- - lunwr ui iuo r, onsoiiiw unary oi mnio ur. lien 1.. Hnitlur, I)r. tlcntly to being sprayed. As It it building operations will bo effectually thorp aro 300,000,000 Uhih of coal. He tlon Co.'s holdings. The Ixiulsvlllo R J.otils Frank ojid Judge Kobert V frequently nocessary to spray cattle shut In to prevent tho escapo of dnat, v sldo tiro oivn"d nilmn now in otx-nNashville system Is building an nitK.'ham. nnd horses In order to froo them from and horses will disappear from tha Tho main purposo of tho matin meet- - tlon, and Uh umtal mlno expiimnent, extension from Jackson to this district, somo pest, ticks, mango or other trou streets. Out of all those things will tlK-raro eleven mike of nntroail and It Is believed both extensions wi ln la to outline way nnd inrvma of economy. bio, tho easiest method of carrying como not only commercial raising fund to further tho movement which tho corporation takes over, con 1)0 completed and In operation within lorwaru tho work should bo omployed but bodily hoalth and spiritual Joy. noctlnB tho mini with Uio IuUvllle 12 or 14 months. wo may expect. In any ovenL dou and lnsuro Its success. If tho scheme wnero many animals aro to hi lw niarea Tho Consolidation Coal Co. Is laying meets; with tho success thnt la freely & Nntdivlllii rallrcuL treated it would be ndvlsablo to con ble tunnels under all tho buslooss line. out n town In tho center of Its hold predicted tho new hospital will be trunk struct n chamber or chute through streets and tho utmost uso ot the pros, lugs. Plans havo been made for 14 ki.own ns HL John's hospital. which they may bo driven from a yard ent streot Icvols by extonslve double- KNIGHTS TEMPLAR PROGRAMME. mining operations and work will star! and tho spray applied from all direc decking and many mora ovorhead Wooden Trough. within tho next few days on driving HEW COURTHOUSE FOR PULASKI. tions as they pass. Such an nnnaratui transportation lines. Somo tlmo the Gen. J. a. Cattleman to De In Com headings, laying track and other ncccs' weight. Tho gain thus tiroduced In has been used with much success to rush In tho cities may cease, but I so mand Important Business sary work. tho younj; pigs Indlroctly through tho rellovo Block of ticks and mange In no signs now of Its ceasing, and mean-whll- o Remodeling tha Present Structure De Sessions. crowding must be dealt with. sow, was cheap and nooro economical I lno west, and could readily bo con cided Upon Taxes. FARMERS' INSTITUTES orouad. Rtructcd and conveniently used to dose We need systoms of that latoral gains. .I lI. .1 V TtiA . . m ........ . IUO " 4"i,"u.w AND COMING STATE FAIR. t. ....... When the pigs ao two or thrco weeks a herd of cattlo with coal oil or crudo tho congested districts. Wo need still vyuuuij tfUUKC iuriiir nil a .lYtv.fmlrtl. n,nMi.n ...f M... I.' iur more u num. timinrnl (lint l ...i.u.7 i.... "rnna ommandery of Knlghtn Tem Bigger. Better, More Practical Thao old thoy will begin to tako food given 011 emulsion. In fact, any sort of spray- ber ofand mainly to diminish tho given pcoplo and vehicles using V thcm from a Mpml0 trough lnado Ing material, to save tho animals from 10,000 ou tho oourthouso durli.K tho , ,,ar whlch lKB,n8 l thUi Wc( Ever for 1911 Better Farm- areas. .... i,. -- , ,uulra A . Ho Intends to remodel It nMUay May utvj.. o... lUllli OT I nnnimn Ob.IU I r:.mmer. ,wn Broadly speaking, the city of the ing onamons. A slnglo strong forco pump with a thin porridge of middlings Is greatly IUJU Wlieil COm llelOCl UIO nml tl... IIIUUKUUUI. II.. .1 ..m.ila relished nt this time. As soon as one ma to opcrato It. nnd provided future will not bring to its center any f i.. i.nnlaviii..iw...if. wItn several delivery nozzles phiccd goods not lntonded for use or consump,hey beB,n 10 cat aro seeing tion ,... K'KhB" over Seen in tho state. Spe- - districtsawait them In tho great results u" cru,vue" wn iccu, e' they should ....- UM.4&lrinl ul 0tu a cumo, eoraa of therein. At Chicago CC per coat, sinco tno raoat -which intollgent effort iiuj) .itiiL-liltrriln " u.'lll liHnt. .lAln.llnM tho tonnago In and out Is not for ... . I I. u"""ca Kam in iuo jiio ot too ,a ,uvy- - IiiUvllle, CovIiiKtnn. Nowport. WUUI to discover what their farms will pro- lu? homo nso, but for distribution to other Ash I ncn : muiiu ut mis urae. 1'lgs "x b staU lioard of -- itndiratlon raUcd ir,i v..r.in... Mt nm inw In mnV ll.n . a places. In view of this fact wo de i .i tho assessment of farm land 20 per shelhyvllle. Danville. -- Mt. Sterling, of their lan.L more abundant and J10"'11 bo, fd BO 03 to 8aIn ,n wolKht signed a genoral freight schemo for "'"--l""'llB ' a Puna a aT prontahlo. Ijist year tho Farmers' In- vnt and town kit. 10 iht com. This Wchwtcr. Itlchmond. tho cntiro city's use, with car yards. Maysvllle x"cr ?TO lnreo wceKS 0 will K'crcaso tho valuation Btltutes Kentucky wero decided . ... 00.000. Kioinlng.bunf. freight depots and warehouses comCarllslo and Owens! successes,ofowlmr are ranxKOiou. .. .. In tho h.Hv ,k ""l" inriariiaya mo omy tlimK i,oro, na twelvo bands of music nn.l bined, eight miles from tho city, growIne pl.B8 8hou,,, have ... u. u . whero all trains shall unload "and remlco mo iax levy two drum con will accompany thorn erntlou and sympathy of people who- 11 n"usf soo tho future of their own neighborin order that tho poor man can live. Iu load."' Gen. Castleman In Command and Bral"- - The Old method Of allOW- I.nn.!- - n,l .!,. II... Entrance to Spray Alley. (ieu. John II. Castleman, of Ixiuls- " tr,-- Is a better and saner risk than lln EDITORSHIP OF SEQUOIA. Tlllc. will bo In command of tho pa othc.r. fc?d.U overhead, others at tho sides and still PAY ATTENTION TO ROADSIDE lands they know not of, rade, which Is expected to bo the lnrg' Imr ailvortlKomniH nn except by glar- l,i,.ir f ii.,.. Itnoso who make a "w jiracucoa oy others beneath all kept playing while City Doy Wins Marked Honor in est of tho kind over witnessed In Cen Falls "w success in ctow. tho stock is being driven through, Good Impression Impossible If That spoclnl and Western University. ing hogs for pork. On pasture alono would do tho work effectively. tral Kentucky of commandcrles lu full states tunl. their ... 1. 1. . . interests. I Most Important Point . . IUIB ,.,.. w uiunu II... i:IUU.lO UI .LI. yVUT . I ), ...u .... uniform, and which will escort tho olll- Is Neglected. Irfitilirvllla Word cornea I mm le- - cern of tho craml rouim.uiilerr t.. tl... i nnu cannot be brought to ' " a. marketland Stanford university at ltorkelcA Wowlland I'iirk auditorium, where the management has. nrciiaml a stu - L..i' muuiuuii, ..." ai. pasture, .now- - AVOID RHEUMATISM IN HOGS , . No matter how smooth and well . . .. .. ...I .... .ml v.u. ...., vuu.rma a,m jinmiiuius. cver. makn th. hot u.u vieciuui oi. iinuon aic-J- I ineir oinciai uicetinuti win i.e lipid In nf fh constructed the traveled road may be, . eo liouinson to tho editorship fed to thcm. of tho Disease Is Commonly Caused by Allow If the roadsides aro not cared for, the FAMOUS LIFE SAVER DEAD. SHxtuoia. Uio university niaRazliiu. Somo of the best green feeds for STATE AGENT BRINGS SUIT. highway as a whole will not give n ing Animals to Sleep In Damp hogs aro alfalfa, clover, rape, cowjieas, i no ounor-eiewas Kraduatcd from good Impression. All rubbish should and Filthy Quarters. " tho Ixulsvlllo malo hlsh school thrco Loan Companies Asked to Pay a State Capt. "Billy" Devan, With 6.000 Llvta peanuts, artichokes and sweet pota be removed; the excavations should to His Credit, Killed By a Scratch. toes. Hogs are wasteful crazors and j.Tirn aso. no nas uen on tho Jttaff J200, License of Rheumatism Is commonly caused by be filled and embankments smoothed or tno sequoia for moro tluxn n jear, the fields of paturo crops should bo allowing hogs to in damn, filthy and planted with grass wherever It ijuisville. Capt. "Billy" Dcvan, in arranged with movable fences In such and Improperly slcen hurt freiiiTKly irid Blnco tho city has com cr.iitritHU'l to ventilated quartors. will grow. Unsightly brush should bu cbargo of tho United States life sav a manner that tho hogs can pasture The system of ventilation should bo cut and grubbed ouL Sometimes, howoilier university publications. His pelled tho sixteen loan companion on- won. is saw io rank witn tlio tH'.H un- fratlne hero to nav a city reuse. hn ing station on the Ohio, died, aged only on a small portion at a time, A such that there will bo no direct cur- - ever, the brush and small trees. It uerKnujuato literary efforts. Mate ruvenue agent propones to make d'J, with a record of having saved 6,000 rents of air striking tho animals. Tho suitably trimmed, add to the attracsun should have free access to tho tiveness of the roadside. thorn also pay a license to tho state. persons from drowning In tho Ohio All trees that are ornamental or houses at all times. and filed two sulta in tho county court falls since the station was establish. WILL HAVE COMMISSION. This will keep to test the matter. Tho petition In d 30 years ago. Ho had received 100 i Vf tho sleeping quarters In a dry, sanitary which have value as shade treos -J! should be preserved and protected, uncondition. N'wport to Take Up New Form of ,:Kn sn" Hwa that tho V,s'cndant.i medals for bravery and many testi . .. . ..... ......... .r V. When affected with rheumatism, tho less they grow bo close together as engagou in mo uusinoss of loaning monials from tho government for res tt Government. animals generally bocomo unthrifty, to mako a dense shade. In hot, dry iiMinoy ou personal property nnd cues. Portable Fence. and fall to make proper uso of their climates particularly, and, indeed, in ino Biation nere is tho only onti Nowport. Tho cltlrcna of .NVwimrt household goods, and that tho Btatu will now uk tho commission form of "con'o lees or J00 havo not been paid maintained by tho United States gov- succession of crops should bo grown tccd. tho appetite becomes dull, which most places, trees ore a considerable eminent on any river. so that tho hogs will havo continuous Elves rlso to the rough, scraggy coat, factor In reducing tho cost ot maluta- government following tho decision of Capt. Devan has been sick for two pasture throughout the season. Prevention should bo tho first nlm of nnco, since they lessen tho evapora TO COMBAT WHITE PLAGUE. tho Kentucky state court of appeals ears, but tho Immcdiato causo ot when young nursing nlcs beeln to the owner, and to accomplish this, tho tion ot the moisture from the maon tho question. Morgauflold. Following an llltis death was blood poisoning caused by scour, it Is evident that tho milk of yards, pastures and houses should be cadam. In exposed places where the Tho cae was a test of the new law. tho sow Is dlsagroelui: with them nml mado dry and clean. scratch. Damn boddlim sweep of tho wind would bo otherwise It Ifeliig tho first tlmo It had come be- - It rated lecturo on tuberculosis Kugcno Immediate attention therefore should I nnJ chl floors should be avoided. If unbroken tbey servo to prevent In a roro tnat court In this manner. Tho Kerner, secretary of tho Kentucky "0 directed toward Improving INSANE PERSONS IMMUNE. her the hog houso has a cemonted floor. moasuro tho blowing away of the ocptajM of tho form of gt.vcmment As0"10"0" tor tho Study and Provenfalse wooden floors should be Drovlded. binder from tho road surface. Unforration. Moat often tho tronhlo forme.1 tho u as loft to tho voters In Xcwuort inf uon or tunately County Ixintton. In a cniui rnr .iimrrn irom over feeding on corn, or other especially in the sleeping apartment of difficult tpin such places It Is often fall nnd nt tho Mis the people voted "Unl(m make trees grow. Care la sooioty. tho defendant was nn Inmaio of nr! rich food, just after farrowing, and tho building. for tho now mothod. Other treatment Is of little avail If tho selection ot the kinds ot trees i no ruiiowing were electi-d-: w. M. asylum, nnd Judiro CharW Korr ttni.. P'BS of fat. flabby, pampered, cross. C'arr, president; l)r. W. H. Munn, talnod a special demurrer to tho pctl- - nervous constipated sows, aro most comfortable sanitary quarters aro not best suited to the locality is Important KENTUCKIAN8 SUCCEED. vlco liresldent; Dr. J. W. Conway, soc t on on tho emunil tlim rj i.rnn uhn "it i" ouuer. auuacn clianges of I"""" or fccdlnS 80ur r decomposing Road Culldlng. Tll0,.f,c.,.c,y V".1 Wnrk !n .c- - has been adjudged ot 'sound mind f?01, stHMiis that n Kentuckian As cities grow tho making ot highthe statu association can not bo mado a defendant In a dl. B,op' or.'00i "ni uirty troughs, or will always bob tip sorenely In what operation ouur biviii uarreis. aiso lenu to cause ways to adjust and facilitate Interliver walk of llfA hn mrw Ik. ulw... I. and try to stamp oi(t tuberculosis In orco suit In this state. diarrhoea either In nursing pigs or county. course betwocn centor and .circumfer. i.r,.. .... . . . . :,","T n rt. uf i. .a iv ... tuoso that have been weaned, and all ence becomes an Increasingly diffSENTENCED ti-THEN PAROLED. r chosen work nmoni? strangers. Such such causes should bo prevented or icult and costly problem. CATTLE POISONED. Suburban haa biHn thp caso with Judge. Preston romoved. growth always first accommodates Iteieuuenvnie. ataui stanowgkl, a Davis, who left Paris sevSeamanda To correct scouring in nursing nigs Ijintaster. IJrlght Herring has lost Slavish miner, who shot and killed self to tho smaller suburban need, eral years ago to mako his homo In Tho sheep louse Is, fortunately, rare. without due reference to larger needs two cows, four yearling cattlo and a John Magenta two mouths ago at give tho sow 15 to 20 grains sulphate Oklahoma, of Iron (copperas) in. her slop night Clover-feyoung mulo from Paris groen poison Uradloy nlcs mnkn swent. hralthv and exigencies when tho suburb bebecause Magenta stoned und morning and Down In Vlnlta. Okla., Judge Davis if nocessary slightly meat, comes a component part of the me worships the muses as well as the ing. Tho animals had been turned Stanowskl's dog for worsting Magen incrcaso tno doses until effective. if horses aro not working cut down tropolis. The present complicated to i:razo on a patch of ryo which had ta s dog, was given a two years' pent terncr-faMHoddens of Justice. In a. punauiu icnco wua support to bo their rations. situation in Philadelphia, arising both lines his achievements have been been sowed In a tobacco field, where Ifciillarv thTcourt nn.l narnln.1 used for nc,oslnK temporary quarters It Is cheaper to raise your family from tho necessity tor new arrangetho K)Uou hod been used tho previous not so no could su ' no t and ,0lH U most crvdltablo. I"U8ttt'J- - The sup,ort pork than to buy it. ment ot tho means ot transit botween season. his family. should be securely nailed to stakes A lack of heart girth la a fault often the older settled city nnd its newer driven Into the ground on each side. CREDIT MEN ELECT. outlying edges. Is in nowise uncom found lit otherwlso good hogs. Sayvllle. Ky. Tho country homo of ioulsvllle. A gavel mado from tho As roads aro M llnnaiunll The greatest too ot the sheep grow. mon or phenomenal. fill, tntt lift!..-wood of n cypres trvo presented by louUWIk always built for today instead of toer at present Is tho stomach worm. .l . .ynd.tak.bUn-o- f CoI. Tueodoro Hoosevldt. in Lotus the Khedive of TCbypt to tho Kmperor Fat Lambs. the Citizens' National bank, nt the an- - Ijike, narrow ly ecaped Tho stallion should possess all tho morrow, tho procosses of readjust Owners of heavy lambs huvo not destruction by aiKiieon, coming through many murequirements that go to make a good ment are costly. flrt' - T" turncd u' nlc' tatlons Is its history Into Uie posses- - been able to market them without s. horse. Ln i Tho city of London finds Its vital turcsquo slope of tho .elon of Mrs. James A. Leech, president vera losses. Tho betwler and futter . k, Ji .lor ,.i iim ! ',,w,n lly the proper use and management activities seriously crippled by past m,t wru Kentucky Federation of Worn- - tho lamb tho greater tho loss. Indlca- ot the of tho wns .chosen vlco president. of livestock everything that grows on noglect to keep open proper avenuos tlons ure that ninny of mansion by hard work of thp Tho Tho national convention to be held ployes of tho estate, aided by cm en's clubs, was used to call to order I wl" bo kent a Httle longer these Iambs- the farm can be turned to account. .of access to oxterlor London and marketthe tho seventeenth annual meeting of tho wrestling rtt MlnnoaiKills June 13 will be marked villagers. A puio bred boar costing from $25 board of trndo has been cu wiui mo wool off. They can bo Kentucky federation. pay for himself lit tho with the problem, and as a result by tho attendance of a largo dolegatlon stiorn early, and whllo the wool may to tiO will from Loutsvlll". tlrst crop of pigs. If only nsed on recommends tho making ot now trunk 1101 8C11 at n high figure It can't Bell Itlchmoiid. Tho fifth annual meet Princeton n. Tho cliv school roads leading out ot London, and Joining of comity superintendents held a tlon for trustees resulted In u victory ,owor n'nn It has been going on tho ten sows. It is best to be near by when lambs ing up tho suburbs, to tho length or TO MEET ALL OBLIGATIONS. lamb. This has been a disastrous win days' session. Miss Ora Adams, for K. V. Ogllvio and J. W. Jewell. three 100 Impiovement of alllablo ter for Iamb feeders In fact, for all aro may to bo weak at birth that readymiles, with roads of Ilarrodshurg, was elected presiexisting for 23 miles. bo given either the owe or lAixington. Tho Hank of Kentucky mutton makers, with the posslblo ex aid dent, and D. II. Starus, secretary. Itlchmoud. Ueese Coates was acOwing to tho vast Increaso ot suburbtho lamb it needed. of this city, which recently mado an quitted for the killing ut Ilrack Per ception of those who laid In old ewes strong, vigorous condition of an land values tho enormous cost of apsigiunent, will have enough assets at low prices last fall. Carlisle. Tho city council has di- kins, a neighbor farmer. health on tho part of both evroa and nuch nn undertaking will probably to inoro than iiy all ot Its debts, as rected tho preparation of nn ordinance rams Is tho fundamental thing deter- prevent Its adoption. Philadelphia well ns depositors, and will pay SO providing for a Sholbyvlllo. Hen Uradloy waa kill mining success during the mating sea- Record. Care of Horses, per cent, at unco and tho other CO per placed on persons heavy license to be selling mining stock, ed by a passenger train, which he had Never tolerate u man ou the farm son. cent within a few days. etc.. In the city. beett sent back to Hag. All lambs, but especially backward ho yanks, kicks or whips a horse, The Playground Wave. Iu no cuse should, the colt bo ullowcd lambs, should bo given u creep or LARGE STORE BURNED. Wbun Joslah Strong said: "Tha Lexington. Howling (Ireen, Former State Sen- to follow, wiieu tho mare is ut uork small pen adjoining the lot where thoy Itov. Father Martin divinely-ordwho for tho last seven years has ator H. A. Heatty was rendered uncon Do not bung tho bits against tho should bo provided with ground grain universal Impulse to play Is it Catlottsburg. Flro destroyed tho thing, If (led gives the InCvth-oliscious fgr halt an hour and received horse's teeth. Ho putlent and he will ,n mallow trougns, largo grocery store of J. M. York, bfen asflstaut rector of St. lVul'tf stinct, man ought to provide the play, church, received notice of his serious bruises about the fare, shoul- open his mouth. rnnslng a losi of about IV.01H). Tho u' t"o cwo in tno pen a day or ground," ho struck the kinotn of a two hrfore tlmo to drop her Iambs olioo Btoro of Hruns & Co., adjoining, appointment as rector ot the Catholic der and tfido when ho fell to the pave wnve of feeling that Is swooping over church at Falmouth. and let her remain there until tho ment while alighting from a car. was badly damaged. country In favor of tho playPig Rooting. lambs are. active enough to safely fol tho grounds. mere is ro nnrm in pigs rooting it low her about tho lot. LOSES THREE FINGERS. Oweuton. A shiall framo house was BLINDED BY EXPLOSION. destroyed by lire. The occupants came Carrots or mangels ore excellent for Ijiwreuceburg. Whllo dynamiting thoy aro In a field where rooting will Somerset. Dr. J. P. Y, Drouse, suA near losing their lives. Great Britain's 8mallet Tree. o harm. Pigs can secure much sheep and niuy be sown In tho siirlnn It waa occu- It Is nlleced. ou Salt river nn Pout. perlntcndent of city schools, while pied by W, Morgan tcvd by rooting ami the exorcise will tho longer growing icn6on muklng It The tmallest trco that grows In nnd two children. tcr. a farmer, waa serlnimlv lnlnro.1 working with mnoWnery KU U Tho explosion ot lamp caused tho a premature exp.oslon. Ills right an" "ro .."ouuiesomo possium to prouuee a Heavier ton Great Hrttaln may bo seen on tho very training department, suffered the loss Hie, and tho housoa was " B"t may w oiieuinapo oi mangeis man oi ninsi oihei top of Hen Lomond. It la the dwart nearly ready was b own of.", both -- ve deslroi ol. """" " in threo fingers and his thumb. willow, which at maturity reaches a anowcu 10 uo so. roots. c.amcaiu iiiem to fall whvr. tlo Arc was discovered. and his fnce horribly inc'.-g rap-Idl- y Anion Louisville and Chattanooga Capital In terested Plnevllle Center of . a avL L Property. n Apparatus Has Been Used- - With Much suecets to Relieve Animals of Ticks and Mange. I home town 1 S I.Stll' Zn .-........, 11,-- !.! dloo Itall-way- c U,..l T ! , I M ,! - hA?AaZ ct .u rnni. " l",";0.ll?QntFV T 1 M .. 1.-- . ..,., ' .. ct - 1 Ay'r - lZ', .r, LrvtSToc Iv d d I ! W Zcli r,; - '" d c ered o lathe-manua- ' 11 height of culy two Inches. t Page Four. THE CITIZEN. Lfflff 111 hna IsftAfi mnt fnp Tnna I ilny, May 10. Kvenls begin at t;X will o'clock. Tli" animal 'n In tho afternoon, followed by u ball game. A beautiful gold niotl.il bo to given tho athlete Mil . i. i. i ii nnu wins uiu iiiiiBv. . luiiiin. jieirvsu j mums win ue. wirveu tin inu gruuntis tho Y. W. C. A. At tho homo of tier brother, Mr. Afthfonl Kennedy, .Miss Alice KennMy was married to .Mr. David Heed. He, II C Ilakcr of Winchester erformeil tho ceremony. Mrs. Uraut, the bride's s.ster, camo from Cincinnati for th wedding and her brother, William Kennedy, drove over from Nicholas ;iio. Mrs. Anna Mcllaln Johnson, n Ilerea stiiilont, Is visiting friends In Keren. Mrs. Ktta Iikis has gone to vls't , relatives at Drip Hock. I'rlnt-lu- g Supt. Hobtirts of the Colb-gtug-of-w. 11 -1 fur-luer u May i ii 191 1 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 titock and ready for delivery. I have most all the latest designs and at prices far less than you will find elsewhere. Vn'iv tW-WA- XTI We are showing the very latest models of the Red Cross Shoe. Come in today and let us fit you. Year after year, other women get style and comfort and every time we fit a woman in the Red Cross Shoe, she tells us she can never thank us enough for telling her about it Get style and comfort. Get both. Oxfords $3.50 and. WHigh Shoes $4. $4.50 and $5. - ri'&& iW'A". i 1 Mrs. James Simpson who has been Miss Ilallle Mill from Mlddk'slon, Rev. M. He has tins bevn visiting with relatives In '.letting with her iwtents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Robinson fur quite a while, rewon in very poor neaitii ror some town. Mr. John Gabbard was In Richmond turned to her home nt Monllcelo, Ky., eeks and was unablo to accompany Mondby. She was accouiianled at Uio first of the week. by his family at this time, but Is in a few weeks and will Mr. and Mrs. Joo Render of Rich- l.er sister, Myrtle Roblnron, who will remain In Heiea at Mrs. Jun mond spent Saturday and Sund.iv make an extended visit with her. to's, resting, In an endeavor to re-- !ulth relatives here. Mr. A. P. Settle of London, Ky , rain his htrength. Mrs. John Wyatti brother sjient 'ins In town last week. Messrs. J. K. Ilaker and W. II. Porfeel UVeral dayH at her home here, last lw locusi iwsis ror sale, t, long. 4 to 8 Inches in diameter. Price ter were In Richmond, Monday. Hk. 'Jl cents. Iti'iulre at Collegu Garden Miss Knto Logsdon of llrassfleld Prof, and Mrs. C. I). Lewis are tlw l.t visiting her sister here this week. office at 1 to 1:30 p. in. happy iHirents of their third daughF. O. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Thomson tit ter who was born, Monday, May &. H Phlnt Lick visited their daughter, Mrs. W. C. Haley, Sunday. Rov. C. A. VanWInklo preached tu Ihe Christian church, Sunday inon-luDr. Gould Is tho K. Pasco, recently deceased. pn-lably i l- -j and at upier Stu day evening of last week". The repast was sumptuous and a pleasant enlng was scnt by tho guests. Dr. Gould's family of St. Louis, Mo,1 arrived In Ilerea last Saturday night. book-blndo- liartmcnt entertained the prln-ti'- R. H. CHRJSMAN "The Furniture Man" I I "Buggy Day" g. You pay E. F. COYLE less or get o more ooooooooaoooaooooaoooaoouaov&avu o o o o o o Berea and Vicinity. GATHERED FROM A VAR ETY OF SOURCES oaoooaoooaooaoaoojoa oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa Prof, and Mrs. McLauu of dale, 111., are In Ilerea this week, having returned from their Southern vlslt Chrirtnan and Engle carry tho beit rlTV II(1W 'ertUlzer' Berea OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE , DR. BEST, DENTIST One of the judges In tho Beta Debate, Tuesday evening v as tho Honorable John D. Whlta, formerly of Clay County, now of Louisville. Mr. White gave an Interesting address at Chapel, Wednesday morning. He expressed great at seeing so many students In Ilerea from tho mountain counties where his Interests have al- ways been chiefly centered. Kau-la-Unl- Don't Forget the Time and Place Saturday, May 13, 1911 tf Reattyvllle. Miss Ida Lewis Is homo for a ylslt. Mrs. Kay Hanson returned hist week from Chicago, where she ha taking a coursv In embalming. Miss Kstellu Rlckpell was In Lexington from Friday until Monday at tending tho C. K. convention. .Mrs. Itador and Miss .Med ford o' rnnvl!!e were tho guest of MUs Stella Adams, Wcdntsday and Thun- lay. Howard Ogg of lilbson. III., w.w htre last week to attend the funeral cf hi sister. Mrs. Wnlkup. Mrs. M. K. Pasco returned lo.it eek accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Cherry, who will spend tho summe lth her here. Dr. Plnkerton, president of Collego of Islington, will preach nt the Christian church, Sunday, May II. ' Mr. and Mrs. Scott II. 3r--j being visited by Mr. Seala's slsUr Mr, Walter Dlznoy wlm lum ly,n at Mlddlesburo Is homo in DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life and Accident InStironce fBOBe er jwj lUCnmona, Ry. p. 91 a. m. a. in. mm L. & N. TIME TABLE Knoxville 6:30 a. m. 11:00 UEREA 1:29 p. m 3:67 anclnnaU 6:10 p. m. 7MS South Bound Local ClnclnnaU 6:40 a. m. 8:25 UEREA ii:G9 a. m. 12:29 Knozrllle- 7:00 p. m. 6:60 p. m. p. m. a. m. Express Trains Stop to take on and let off pasaea-cer- e from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound Cincinnati 8:16 a. in. UEREA 11:44 a. m. North Bound UEREA to dttllvcr the address at the close of the Corbln Schools. He will therefor, not be at home for the usual read- lx'furo members of the Faculty ' lDe 'for Friday evening. Ho will read, however. Saturday evening instead lieforo those members of the Faculty who find It convenient to be present, Mrs. Matheuy ls lit the hospital this week. "Uuggy Day" at Welch's on Sat-- ; urday, May 13,1911 Tico Shelton was convicted In the Richmond Circuit Court last week of tho murder of Mrs. Plgg and sentenced to tho penitentiary for ninety-nin- e years. The account of this shooting which occurred on tho Wallaccton i.ud Herea Pike was given In Tho Citizen Just after its occurrence it lew months ago. t , groceries and vegetables. New goods nearly every day. Shall be pleased to sea my old customers and many new ones at my new stand In Hanson Hall, Corner of Main and Center Sts. W. i J. Tatum. j A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Anderton on Jefferson St. Granville Hayes Is In Jackson Co., this week. Rev. Howard Hudson is having u house erected on his beautiful 1st v hlch Is situated on tho crest of a hill near the end of Jackton St. I Fresh and 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 Kldd Uullding, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea. Ky. 50 lb cans at 12c FRESH FISH EVERY THURSDAY j a visit. Mr. Ijooloy J. P. Iilcktiell sold for his Mr. nnith side of Mr. Chaa. Adams resldcnw on Chestnut Street to REVIVAL SERVICES Tho Rov. Charles H. llloom of New York, has lieen cmploy- d by the Christian church to begin a revival meeting In the neat futuro. Mr. llloom has been vfor years on of tho most successful Evangelists in tho East and v.lth his wide experiences and splrlulal life Ilerea can a gonuino uplift In spiritual things. Announcement of tho dnte .if the meetings will nppenr later. ct per pound U. B. R.OBERTS. Prop. , 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: wq sell more and show more furnishings than any other store in Berea. : Wc sell more because we :: :: :: :: show more and wc show more because we sejl more. it Cincinnati 4:66 p. m. 8:36 p. m. ytu "It's Tint U'altham" s""l I oztiied ii Gentlemat.'s watch coml" reliability with beauty. Discriiiiittatiniiien the world over carry THE WALTHAM COLONIAL SERIES. the last uordin I'hcy arc made as thin as it is safe to make a reliable watch. They possess great beamy and will give a life long tcrtice of accurate Wc arc Lcadquarttn for fine Wal. lliitn Watcbrt. Alt cradca at wide i rice ranr cath xiada Ibc Uit at hi irlcc. watcli-makintime-keepin- Kverybody come to Welch's on 'Uu;-g- y Day" ts see who gets the bed room suite. Mrs. Hudson Is sick this week. President Lowell W. McAfee of Park College, Kansas, U a visitor at Ilerea thjs week. llerca in recent years lias had on Its Faculty a number of traduates from Pres. McAfee's Institution among whom are Prof, and Mrs. Cnlfee, Mrs. Uumblo, Miss Wilson and Miss Campbell, now Mrs. Charles Ilurdette, Pros. McAfee delivered a short and very Interesting address at Chapel, Wednesday morning. ' For the whitest and bo&t flour, go to It. J. Kugle. Mrs. Rnlne Is expected homo today. Mr. Karl Spink of Lexington is In Dcrea owing to tho Injury of hi? brother, Mr. M. L. Spink. Storo burned but still in business. New stand In Hanson Hall W. J. ' A Timely Tip Purchase your spring out-f- fmwi Spring Shirts 50c, $1.00, and $2.00 " Hose 10c, 25c, and 50c. 50c, $1.00 Gloves 50c, $1.00, $1.50. Stick pins, Cufi Links, Arrow Collars, etc., all here in grand array for your choosing. $1.00, $2.00, $3.00 Spring Straw Hats " Neckware 25c, Wahhatns of the Colonial Serici nt Tatum. Schuyler Drowning will attend tho (hand reunion at Owenaboio, this euk, Allen Powell has gone to look uf-t- 'r his timber which is bliig worked In Kstlll Co. Ab Rose of Jackson Co., took dlnuer at Alleu Powell's, Monday, i his way to Ixmdon. i o-- You can look here without buying as much as you please, Glad to show :: you any day :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: At J. M. EARLY MAIN ST. HAYES RHODUS 0 STORE THE QUALITY BEREA, KY. THE RACKET STORE May ii. U)ii. THE CITIZEN. Mr. W. J. Tatum was In Cincinnati hut Thursday and bought a flno pair of Norman horses, Ilov. A. Z. Conrad, who Is the principal speaker on tho afternoon of Commencement Day this year, Is ono of tho most forceful ami eloquent mon In America. Knv. Mr. Fuller will present thi cause of the league at I ho Union Church next Sunday morning. Dr. Stucky of will nddress tho Btudents In Chacl next Bundny night. Mrs. Mnrnnda Walkup, ono of tho oldest residents of the Ulaitcs, two miles north of Dcren, died at the homo of her Mr. Larue ICIklns, Wedncsdny, tho 3rd. Tho funeral was conducted at the (Hade Christian church by Hov. C. A. Th interment was In tho llcrua cemetery, Friday, tho Gth. . long procession of relatives and friends accompanied the remains "lo, tho b'urluf placo. Mr. W. J. Tatum will go to May.v llle, Saturday, as a dclcgato to tho Maccabeo convention. Mr. and Mrs. Gamble have been vIMtlng In Harlan County this week. Antl-Halou- n son-ln-lno. Pace Five HAT your Jiuy DR I N A' A N D li E M E R R Y Six brand new full size Flour, Meal and Groceries R. DAVENPORTS FOR $12.50 EACH AT J. ENGLE iM WH I T liST AND ICS T M 1'LQU ON I- R FOR THE LEAST - Y 4 , Do not wander around hut save time hy huyinp; Suits and all-- t leather .Shoes here. The Nohbiest styles in town. . all-wool Hriug your Hams, liacon, Eggs and Chickens. We pay , highest prices and aways have plenty to eat. CHRISMAN'S ti THE FOUNDATION SCHOOL A FURNITURE MAN" 1000 OTHER BARGAINS . .. INTENSIVE FARMING SELECTING SEED CORN . .. Three things inubt bo Uil.cn Into consideration In order to rnls Rood corn or any other crop. First, thu k.II, second tho wed. third cuttUa-tloAnd tho sod Is not tho least important. It has not been Ions since tho time when ninny farmers gavo but littlo uttentlon to the breed of their ilock, thinking thut a scrub Iiok or low was about an good ns any if they were fed well. Hut that day ! juwt. Kvery good farmer known now tho liest breeds he I hut by selecting .an not only Ret a large return In meat, milk anil butter but thut ho for feed. can do mi at lean Hut farmers have been even slow-- ci to recognlio the value of iroerly electing the seed for tho various rops. Of course they would go into (he crib and choose good looking wirs not rotten. That was well, but It Is no' recognized that that Is i.clthor the tlmo nur the way. Thi wed for tho corn crop should be withered lieforo the rest of the croi, while the corn Is In the field on the stalk. Mr. Clark or tho IJerea Farm has n. exi-nn- soinu irocrly select.ist secured ed corn for the class that graduub's In agriculture thin year. It Is a Prolific known art Albermarlo Mi-corn nnd will N used by the members of tho class in an experinr-b'- ty ment. To lllustrato how seed by i.h to show ll what Is being done !n Maury County! Tennessee, to htlmu-!- f te Interest In tho matter of corn culture among the boys, the letter of President of Mr. J. N. Meroney, I lie former's organization In Muury orn fanners, ns Ik , County to Mr. Clark Is chin In full. Darks Mill, Tennessee, May G. 1911. Prof. S. Ii. Clark, Ueren, Ky. Dear Sir: 1 received your order yesterday and ship you by Kxpress today from j Columbia a half bushel of the seed i com thut 1 gathered last fall for my 'own uso. lieforo gathering tho crop 1 went Into the field and gathered u j M agon load, cutting the stalfis and '.'ringing them to my barn with tho ears still on. 1 hung them up In a dry airy loft over my cow stables laud they havu hung there In the Vhuck until yesterday. Not n btulk was taken bearing less than threo good ears nnd running up to six. It was an Ideal placo for curing tiiid keeping seed corn and 1 believe j I could safely Insure !S ier cent to I'ermluutc If given n fair test. 1 am planting my seed pint today, but will not plant my silage until tho l.rst or second week In June, utter I save my early cut clover hay. There aro 57 boys In Maury. County In tho Ho)H Corn Club. Threo prizes tiro offered for the best acre yield :of shelled corn $100, $i0, and -. j Three or four of the boys are 'using tho Albermarlo In tho test nnd I hope the record of Z0 bushels on une acre may bo beaten by some .)f them. The contest is going to do much rood In showing somu of tho old the possibilities of nn acre farmer of ground. nin glnd your boys nro rolng to give this variety a trial nnd I'Ope they may do well with It. Yours tiuly, J. N. Meroney. 41 SPRAYING FR,UIT TREES s'rult trees ought to b sprnyeir ni senate of lead, stirring thoroughly, for use at once, and twice regularly ucr year, once lin- - It Is ready ntedlately alter tin bloKMimliig perlixl Ik the best pivtaratlon Known for apple scab, rot, and codling moth, is past and again lu n week or days. Whether or not they should , For peach and Japanese plum uso l.o sprayed at other times deiKinds less Milestone and lime, 2 pound fntlroly uHin what jiestH um present juich In 50 gallons of water. Tho nr-n- ii tho trees nnd whether or not tho h natu of lead may be reduced also, have over boeu sprayed before. to two pounds. Or, If preferred, tho d may wash Immediately ulter tho blossoming l.o used for these trees, but whatever period is pant spray at once with ill Is- used tho nrsenato of lead must l following: milestone, 4 pounds; lime, 4 Kiund added to destroy tho cartullo. Uso tho same mixture nnd spray Mater, 50 gallons; urseuato of bad, .'I pounds. a second tlmo a week or ten days n Inter. If rots give trouble lato Slako tho llmo and add enough tir to make 25 gallons. Dlssolvo the tho season, n third spraying may bo Milestone by iximing over It four or needed, but In many orchards only llvo gnllous of lulling water, then II. e two early spring sprayings are mid enough water to muko 23 gal-- I necessary to keep the trees lu good ma of blucsloiio solution. Now mix condition. (ho two thoroughly by pouring bucket When San Joso scnlo Is present lu begin by bucket In ubartel, ami mid th an orchard, spraying should t- -n telf-bollellino-sulph- new namo will appear in tho forthcoming edition of tho catalog. Tho department In charge of Supt. Edwards has long outgrown tho title of Model Schools. It embraces indeed a number of schools which nro used as models for Instruction of normal students but It hns a great deal ot work of n separate character for o'ider persons. A largo proportion of tlio young people now enrolled la tho sixth, seventh and eighth grades of the Model Schools nro peisons of considerable maturity who have a number of studies outsldu tho In winter. It Is possible at this tlmo common branches. Properly to to reach all of the bark surface, and 1 escribe such a school a now name try strong preparations may be has been adopted and lit all futuro whilo tho trees aro dormant. publications this deimrlniont will bo For San Joso bcalo and other In- (.ailed tho Foundation School. Tho sects of Its family, spray In winter or junior students (those under fifteen) tnrly spring before the buds swell, havo always been taught by them-selvwith tho lime sulphur, wash with oily and will continue to constitute emulpreparations such as coal-o- il a true model school. sion, or with strong Boap solutions. r wash may be prepar MR. SPINK HURT ed us follows: l.lme, 20 lbs.; sulphur, 14 lbs; waThe ball game between the College ter, CO gallons. Slako tho lime lu a Workers and tho Academy last Satur- largo kettlo, adding sulphur nt tho Jay resulted In a victory for the workmno time and stirring thoroughly. ers. Tho score was 17 to 9. The inH'heu slaked, add twenty gallons of terest that was taken in the gamo hot water and boll an hour. Then add was marred by tho serious Injury of sufficient hot water to make a barrel Mr. M. L. Spink, tho efficient foreof wash. Strain befffro using. man of tho College Printing Force. If desired, ready-mad- e Mr. Spink while at tho bat was struck preparations may bo bought of the in tlie head by n ball.- - Tho blow at Grusselll Chemical Company, of Cintho tlmo did not succeed in knocking cinnati, Ohio, or of the Toledo Ux him out of tho game for ho played Spray Company, of Toledo, Ohio. through to the end. Dut It was soon M. A. Scovell, Director. npparent that the Injury was more Agricultural Experiment Station. . torlous than first thought, Mr. Spink lapsing Into unconsciousness or at BEREA AND VICINITY least during tho night. At this writing a good deal of tConMntitd frorn fourth ptO anxiety Is felt concerning him but Miss Carrie Marcum and Miss Leil.i Ms recovery Is expected. Clark visited frltnds near tancastcr from Friday until Sunday. WELL TO REMEMBER A number of talks were given at thu Y. M. C. A. Sunday night on var-- I Turn to tho right whether you nro ious subjects. .Mr. Combs, "Tho Law- meeting a bicycle or a yer." Mr. Wilson, 'The Farmer," Mr. That Is the rule, tho custom nmoni I.'teenrod, "Tho Engineer," Mr. Wnr-- l most civilized peoples, and has beea rington, "Tho Doctor," A sjieclaj discovered to bo the law In Tennessee treat was tho solo by Miss Ambros'. by tho driver of a Discov- All things considered it was ono nf cries nro somo times made at a proho most enjoyable meetings of tin fit, but not so to the driver of tho ymr. Tennessee Tho girl wli3 was MIbs Olive Dunning from North D;i-- I .vus Injured and whose buggy l.ota who has been teaching at Smith, smashed, got J2.100 damages becaus Ky., for three jenrs Is siendlng j he did not know to turn to the right few days with Mrs. Geo. (5. Dick. UNDERGROUND WATER SUPPLY Tho V. M. C. A. will meet In tho Main Chapel next Sunday, May litli, r.t :i:no p. in. Dr. Stucky of lexluv- - I Perhaps no subject Is nf more in-- 1 Inn will givo an address. All men lerest to more iieoplo tho country and boys oer fourteen jeurs of ago over than that of underground water I resources.. Tho valuo'of these resour-lo- . l.re urged to coW. is quite Incalculable, and the pro A special meeting for boys und- -r fifteen enrs of age will bo held in ! in or developing tnesa resours s exhnustlvo UiH?r Chapel at 4:00 p. 111. Seo that to the utmost demands tho small boys get then. There-- will geologic study and engineering In 11)03 tho United V something of Interest for them. .Miss Dunning, Miss Walker nnd Mr. and Mrs. Dick drove over to Itlchmoud, Friday p. 111. d ed LInio-sulphulime-sulphn. n. n. R. J. ENGLE & SON Phone 60 t Berea, Ky. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE States Geological Survey entered on tho publication of a series of groups of short articles giving descriptions underof Investigations of special ground water problems. The fifth of those, Water-Suppl- y Paper 258, which If just being issued, consists of Jl idiort, Illustrated papers. Of theso there Is one that would be of great Interest to many readers of Tho Citizen. Pollution of under-cioun- d waters In limestone, by O. U. .Matson. Tho following is an abstract of its contents: Tho water which supplies wells lu limestone regions usually makes Its May along enlarged joints in th. rock, which may In some places Le VSnm TRADE Anron lending fkelrh and description nay qntcklr ascertain our oftnton frs whether an Intention uprobftblf pienlbt, Oonmnnleib tlnmitiictlrronfldentfftL MANOR nt frM. OUeet enencr for erurin patent. I'atenla uken through Mutm A Co, recelre Hwcuf nuclei, without cbanrc, in tb A Jiandtomelr !11ntrtM nwilr. culation o( nf irlenuie Imirnil. t lent monUt, L Bolit lij all Copyrights Ac DCtlQNS MAIWI Scientific ru 140 flmwkm lArntt Mtidiin. Term, 14 a cir- and sweet potato plants. Pnpcr 23S can bo had J. R. Mullett, free, on apllcatlon to the Director FOR SALE. of the United States Geological Sui-e- y, Five shares Bank Stock In the Washington, D. C. Water-Suppl- y Berea Bank and Trust Co. Papers 110 and 143 ,ran also b H. M. Shouse, had upon application. R. R. No. 1. Parksvllle, Ky. dellclousiy cold. Water-Suppl- y extensive caverns. The enlargement is duo to tho solution of tho limestone by water containing carbonic acid. In many of these underground channels, whore tho" surface covering is n thin mantle of more or less poroua material, tho dangers of pollution, vhlch may result In typhoid nnd other diseases, are very great, und there Is practically no opportunity for natural purification. The danger 13 Increased by tho fact that persoii3 using underground water aro apt lo rely on Us general appearance, and lomperaturo as Indications of purity. It Is generally considered that water which Is clear and cold Is pure, but 110 such conclusion Is wai ranted, Tor somo of tho most dangerously polluted waters are free from sediment and KOIl SALE i acres, lies well, eight loom dwelling, good storehouse, barn end all kinds outbuildings. 15 acres In corn, 30 acres in clover and timothy. Kino spring, plenty stock water. This proprtey lies on Big Hill eight miles from Derea and tho proposed Government pike goes thru It. Will nell this property for lesi than tho buildings are worth It sold at once. '.Vrlte, Wl 13. Harris, Berea, Ky. Farm of FOR SALE PLANTS. The following varieties are (or sale at the College Gardon: Carnations, salvia, English daisies, pink and white; sweet Williams, pansies, and geraniums for borders for beds. Will also have In season tomato, cabbage, ' 30 ACRES good Blue Grass land. No improvements. 4 miles from Berea on pike. $50.00 per acre. 1- -2 200 ACRE FARM. provements, 60 acres fine bottom land, balance timber. 8 miles from Berea. $4200.00. Terms. Good im- Dr. Aaron S. Wutklns 1, ery ills tingulshed Prohibition speaker Is t.i t In Ueren Saturday, May 13, nnd "111 speak In tho Chnpol at 7:30 that i.lght. Mr. Wntklns Is a man of na- tional reputation and ho wields tho arguments lor prohibition and th l iohlbltlon party In the most Interesting and convincing stylo. WANTUD SAI.KSMA.V In Eastern Kentucky for tho b"st (.imputing sculo made. Only men l ability need apply. W. 11. Harris, Helen, Ky. A FEW first class residence lots on a leading thordfare in Berea. Reasonable price. Easy payments. SOME NICE residences in Berea for sale at a moderate price on easy payments. GOOD FARM FOR SALE consisting o( 160 acres lying on the waters of South Fork one mile lielow Hig Springs in Jackson Co., Ky., most of it underlaid with coal, all under fence except 25 acres, 20 acres in orchard, a good two story framed IniiMing and three lenament houses. linouuh limber 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 wauling to look will over this farm call on W. H. Hicknell who lives near by and to me for prices. show you the place, and write I DON'T NEGLECT YOUR WATCH I have; a (arm FOR YOUR, Seed Potatoes GO TO AWATCI TATUM'S All Varieties Mill Feed is a delicate piece It calls for less attention than most machinery, but must be cleaned and oiled occasionally to keep perfect time. With proper care a Waltham Watch will keep perfect time for a lifetime. It will pay you well to let ui clean your watch every isor 18 months. IN FACT, if you want Real Estate any where or of any kind, write and tell me what you want. I am in a position to render you valuable service in supplying your wants. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, G. D. Room 4, HOLLLDAY Berea Bank C& J. P. Bicknell BEREA, KENTUCKY. Ideal Patent Flour Fairy Patent Good as Is made. .... Personal Representative of National Realty Co., Washington, D. C. Truit Building ' $1.30 - 65c OSc T. A. ROBINSON Optician and Jeweler BEREA, - BEREA, KY. KENTUCKY Page Six THE CITIZEN Don't yw. suppose that you bare been searched? Of course you havo prob- Mar 1911 SERIAL? J1 STQRY CJ The Courage of Captain Plum Br AMES OLIVER CURWOOD QutntlMtt ty M(fn (OopTTlskt IKK by llobbs-Uerrl- ti C Etltnrr Co.) SYNOPSIS. shoulder. Wake up, Nat!" ho cried, "For heaven'u sako wako up!" Ho drew back as Nathaniel sleepily roused himself. "I couldn't help It. Nat," ho npolo- gizod, laughing nervously. "You ve lain there llko a dead man for hours. My head is splitting with this damned siienco. Come smoko ur! I got somo tobacco from our Jailer and ho loaned mo his pipe." Nathaniel Jumped to his feet. A fresh candle was burning on tho tablo CHAPTER X. Continued. nnd in its light he saw that a startling Nathaniel had risen. They drew and their bauds He shrieked tho words again and change had come Into Neil's faco dur close together, gain, maddened beyond control, and ing tho hours he had slept. It looked clasped. may be," whispered 'Whatever it the Mormon king:, whoso Nell, "may God have mercy cn out was more that ot dovll than man, souls!" till held Uio struggling girl In bis 'Amen!" breathed Captain num. arms as ho turned his head toward (TO HE CONTINUED.) tho toIco and caw Nathaniel's long arm and knotted flat threatening him DUG UP HIDDEN TREASURE through tho holo In tho wall. Then Nell's natuo In a plorclng scream reCalifornia Community dounded through tho dungeon corridor Greatly En cited Over Mysterious Ai.tlons and In response to It tho man under of Stranger. Nathaniel straightened himself so quickly that his companion fell back Tho pcoplo of this community art to tho floor. wondering who wns tho mystcrloui "Great God I what 'Is tho matter, stranger who visited tho ancient :Nat? Quick! let mo up!" adobe but u mile north ot here a few Nathaniel staggered to his loot, tho evenings ago and dug up a but of breath half gono out of his body, and can that had been burled there Aft) In another Instant Noll was at tho years or more, says an Oakland cor opening. Tho great room into which respondent of tho San Knir.r;Uca he looked was empty. Chronicle. It Is supposed ho carried "What was ItT" ho cried, leaping away a large quantity ot gold bul lown. "What wcro thoy doing with; lion that belonged to Glanvllle Swift, Wlnnsomo,?" an early day miner who lived In thli "It was the king." said Nathaniel, struggling to mastor himself. "Tho "I've Got Word but No Note!" Ho hut while operating In the mines In tho hills east of Chlco, leaving In th king put his arms around Wlnnsoma Whispered Hoarsely. early 'GOs with nearly $700,000 In and Bho struck him!" "That wns nil I" to him thinner nnd whiter, its lines gold, which took six weeks to weigh "Ho kissed her as Vho fought and had deepened, nnd tho young man's and required n pack train and strong oyos were filled with gloomy dojec- - guard to transport out of tha country. I yelled." The stranger was seen loitering "Sho struck hlmr Nell cried. "Ood tlon. bless llttlo Wlnnsomo, Nat! and God "Why didn't you awaken mo soon about tho ndobo but one evoning, nnd bless her!" er?" bo exclaimed. "I descrro n good n Mr. Fawcett, who lives near, tried Neil's breath came fast as ho caught drubbing for leaving you alone here!" to learn his mission, but failed. Thi the other's baud. Ho saw fresh food on tho table. "It's next morning Fawctott found where 4 a box or can bad been dug up durini "I'd glvo my llfo It I could help you late " ho began. the night. There were several stakes, and Marlon!" is- our dinner and supper," "That "We'll glvo thorn together," Raid Na- Interrupted Nell. Ho held his watch showing that measurements had been thaniel coolly, turning down tho cor- closo to tho candle. "Half past eight!" made from n chart to Iocato tho plaei to dig. Only or.o holo was mado. ridor. "Here's our clinncc. They'll "And no word from " When Glanvllle Swift weighed hit cotno through that door to rulock us "No." gold ho found two or moro largo pot In our cell. Shall we dlo fighting!" Tho two men looked deeply Into tor bottles of it missing. It Is supHo was groping about In tho mud ench other's eyes. posed they wero stolen and buried and of tho floor for no mo object. 'Jeekum delivered my note to ber that this stranger learned ot their "Jf wo hud a coulo of.ntones " nt noon when bo wns relieved," said "It would be madness worse than Nell. "Ho did not carry It personally, whereabouts. aiadncxs!" Interposed Nell, steadying but swears that he saw her rccctvo It. h!ni8cir. "Thcro will bo a dozen He sent her word that ho would call Longest Straightaway BM Flight. Perhaps the longest straightaway rifles at that door when tlicy open at a certain plnco for a reply when ho It. We must return to the cell. It Is was relieved again at live. Thcro waa flight made by birds lu their mlgras worlh dying a harder death to hear no, reply for him not a word from tlons is accomplished by porno of th shoro and water birds that nost In lb from Marion and Wlnnsomo. And we Wlnnsomo." liering sea and spend the will hear from them before night," Their (.Hence was painful. It was islands of Hawaii and Fanning winter at Isuuid. They retreated Into the dungeon. Nathaniel who spoke first, hesitatingA tew minutes lator tho door opened ly, as though afraid to say what was 2,200 miles uwny. Inasmuch as some of these hlrtfs cautiously at tho head ot tho corri- passing In bis mind. tho shoro and or dor, A light blazed through tho black"I killed Wlnnsomo' father. Nell." live entirely on to rest on tli4 ness and after nn lutervul of silence ho said, "and Winnsome lias demand- probably unabto surfnet tho Jailer inado his appearance In ed my death. I know that I am con- of tho water. It Is thought that thoy front of (ho coll, a pistol In his hand. dom tied to die. But you " His eyes must accomplish tbs whole distance la "Don't bo afraid, Jookum," said Neil flashed sudden Are. "How do you u slnglo flight. Yet, ulthnugh (hero are no land reassuringly. "You forgot the door knowkthat my fato Is to bo yours? I and wo'vo been having a little fun begin to oco tho truth. Wlnusomo has marks for them upon their long Jourwaters, thf.y maks waste with tho Jury. That's ull!" not answered your noto becauso she ney ovor ato their of destination with tbs Tho nervous whltcuoss left you are to live and that their way knows that faco at thin cheerful report and Bhe will oee you soon. Iletween Wlnn- precision ot a rlllo ubot. he was about to clone, tho door when somo nndMnrlon you will be saved!" Nathaulel exhibited n handful nf gold Only Too GUd to Pay Tax. Nell had taken a piece of meat and pieces lu tho candle light and frantic- was eating It as though he had not Inheritance taxes are not Kcuerall) ally beckoned tho man to come in. beard his companion's words. liked by thoso who have to pay tham, The Jailor's eyes glittered understand-InglHelp yourself, Nat-- It's our last but tho eldest son ot tho Swiss en nnd with a backward glauce opportunity." glneer, Herr llrandt, who built the down tho lighted corridor ho thrust Slmplon tunnel and died In (90S, It "You don t believe his bead uud shoulders Inside. "No. Lord. man. do you suppose paying SS00.000 with tho utmost sat hundred dollars for that that Strang Is going to let mu live to Isfnctton. Ihu Swiss authorities dl "Flvo note!" ho whispered. "Flvo hundred kill lilrut" covered thut llrandt priigcssed $1. betldo the four you'vo got!" Homebody was fumbling with the 000,000 worth ot property lu Russia "J eo ku ill's a fool!" said Nell, ax tho chain at the dungcou door. which bo had failed to declare in bit door closed on then). "I feol sorry for The two men scared as it opened I will. Tho son, wbo was unawaro ol aim." slowly nnd Jeekum appeared. The tho existence or tbU property, 1 oalj "Wbyr too glad to pay tho flnx of JM9.0QC U Jailer was highly excited. "Bsckuso hi U accepting the money, "I o got word but no noto!" h icuro h windfall of S2,5OO,0iU. aun-reoJoe-kum- 's y Cp(. N'utlianlet Plum of (ho sloop Ty- pnoon. lauua Rtcrrjiy on ncavcr isiatia, Utroncliold of (liif MnrtnnnjL niiarllnti Price, Mormon councilor, confronts lilm, him ho Is expected, nnd bargains for tlli ammunition auoaru Mo sloop. Ho win binds Nat by a solemn oatli lo deliver a package to Franklin I'lorco. president of mates, near ITlroa cabin "i" sees the frlftMcncd faco of a young Jat umira disappears ln'(Kp.darknw. woman who leaving an odor of lilacs. It develops lhat Nat's visit to the Island Is to demand settlement of the king. Strang, lor tho loot-Inof his sloop by Mormons, Price shows Nat the king's palaoo, nnd through a wmaow uo km ine laay or the lilacs, who Price ears Is the king's snvpnlh rlf. n Calllnc at Ihm Xtlne'm nfllM Hnt i by a young woman that his llfo Is In dan ger, oirang firorcssos indlirnallon ivhen ho hears Nat's grievance and promises to DUnlsh tho eulltv. Nat rmrum NrJI uhn Is being publicly whipped, and (ho king omen mc nucrui, wruor urocne, to pursue and kfll tho two men. Plum loara inai s aianon. tne Bin or (lie lilacs, is sister. The two men plan to cscayr on Nat's sloop and tako Marion and Wlnnsomr. daughter of Arbor Oroctie. and sweetheart of Nell. Nat discovers that tho sloop In gone. Marlon tells him that his ship has been selxed by tho Mormon), fiho begs him lo loavo the Island, telling him (hat nothing can save her from Strang, whom she is doomed lo marry. Plum finds Prlco he (ells Nat that Strang Is doomed, that armed men are descending on tho isinna. nai learns mat Marlon has been BTimmoned In (ho caslld hv HlrAntr. rjnt kilts Arbor Croche, and after a desperate iKni wun mo King, leaves mm for dead. The avondng host from the mainland dr. acends on St. James. Nell and Nat take a. part In (he battto and the latter Is Strang, whom Nat thought ho grounded. naa Kineu. oraers mm uirown into n He finds Nell a fellow nrlannrr-- . They overhear (he Mormon Jury deciding ucir laie. ff mi rel ably beforo I came, whllo you wor half dead on tho floor. Somebody knows that you havo tho gold." "Why hasn't It been takenr For a full mlnuto Nell made no nn swer. And his answer, when It did come, first of all was a laugh. "Dy George, that's goodl" he cried oxultlngly, "Of courso you woro searched and by Jeekum! Ho knows, but ho hasn't made n report of It to Strang becauso lie believes that In somo way ho will got hold of the money. Ho Is taking n big risk but bo's winning! I wonder what his first scbemo wns?" "Thought I'd bury It, perhaps,' rouchsafed Nathaniel, throwing him self upon tho straw. 'There's room for two here, Nell." A long silonco fell between them, Tho action during tho last fow rain utes had been too great nn effort for Nathaniel and' his wound troubled him again. As Uio pain nnd his tcrrlblo thoughts of Marlon's fato returned to him ho regretted that they had not ended It all In ono last fight at tho door. There, at least, thoy might have died llko men instead ot waiting to be shot down like dogs, their hnnds bound behind them, their breasts naked to tho Mormon rifles. Ho did not fear death. In moro than one game ho had played against its hand, moro often for. love of the sport than not, but thoro was a horror In being penned up nnd tortured by It. Ho had come to look upon It as a fair enemy. filled, ot course, with subterfuge, und treachery, which wcro tho laws of th game; but he had never dreamed of It as anything but merciful in Its quick nc,ss. It was ns If his adversary had broken nn inviolable pact with him and ho sweated and tossed on his bed ot straw whllo Nell sat cool nnd silent on tho bench against the dungeon wall. Sheer exhaustion brought him relief, and after a tlmo ho fell asleep. Ho was nwnkened by Nell. Tho white face of Marlon's brother wns over hlra when ho opened his eyes nnd ho was shaking him roughly by the worth" "Yes! whispered hoarsely. Yes!" njtrtrftf , & M Nathaniel dug the gold ptoces ant of his pocket nnd dropped thorn Into tho Jailer's outstretched band. "I'vo bad my boy watching WNn somo Crocho's bouse," continued the sheriff, whlto with tho knowlcdgo of tho risk ho wns taking. "An hour ngo Wlnnsomo enmo out or tho liouso nnd went into tho woods. My boy followed. Sho ran to tho lake, got Into n skiff, nnd rowed strnlgbt out to sea Sho Is following your Instructions!" In his excitement ho betrayed him self. Ho had read tho note. Thcro camo a Bound up tho corridor, tho oponlng of a door, tho echo of voices, and Jookum lenped hack. Nathaniel's foot held the cell door frotr closing. "Where Is Marlon?" ho "cried softly, his heart standing stilt with dread "Great God what about Marian?" face was pressed ngalnst tho opening. "Marlon has not been seen sines) morning. Tho king's officers are searching for her." The door slammed, tho chains clanked loudly, and aboro tho sound of Jeokum's departuro Nell's voles rose In a muffled cry ot Joy. "They are gone! They nro leaving GROWING HARDY PERENNIALS REQUIRE LITTLE ATTENTION Those Wfto Have Pcrmnnent Homes Will Do Well to Consider. Thlr Class of Plants Far More Satisfactory Than Annuals. PUTNAM.) For an Instant the sheriff's ghastly been. "You ore sure that Marlon would kill herself ns soon ns sho becamo the wife of S'trang?" ho nsked. "x es before his vile hnnds touched moro than the dress sho wore!" shouted Nell. "Then Marlon is dead," rcpilod No- thnnlel, ns coldly as though he were talking to tho walls nbout hint. "For last night Marion wns forced into tho harem of tho king." As he revealed the secret whose torture ho meant to keep imprisoned in his own breast he dropped upon the rallet of straw and buried his face between bis arms, cursing himself that ho had weakened In theso last hours of their comradeship. Ho dared not look to see the effect of his words on Noll, His companion uttered no sound. Instead there was a silence that was terrifying. At tho end of It Nell spoke in a voice so strangely calm that Nathaniel sat up and stared at him through the gloom. "I believe they nre coming after us. Nnt Listen!" Tho tread of many feet camo to them faintly from beyond tho corridor wall. the island!" Nnthanlcl stood like one turned Into stone. His heart grew cold within him. When he spoko his words wero passionless echoes of what had garden whnt the ALCOHOL LEADS TO DISEASE to tho window garden. Any ono can grow It-- It Is a profuse) Most Patent Factor In Propagation of Tuberculosis, Declares Prof. P, bloomer. It comes In n wldo ran go of Drouardel of Paris, colors, Group It In order (o nocure best results, but keep tbo lllao nnd Jtnnce, tho pedny. It has long been known thnt tho usn magenta varieties nwny from tho pink Ono does not havo to ncqulro a and scarlet sorts, unless you want col- of alcohol Induced In man n condition llorlculturol education in order to or discord of tho most nggresslve which makes his irystem llnbln to know how to tnko caro of them, ,klnd, ot various kinds, nud also tnndn Most of them will do well In ordinary the cure of disease even moro difftolls and flourish under conditions un icult favorable (o tho satisfactory develop At a recent medical congress of tu ment of annuals. berculosls In Ixmdon, n number of Thoso who have permanent homes declarations wcro mado concerning will do well to consldor tho merits of the effect of alcohol drinking In prothis class of plnnts, leaving the annu ducing tho disease, which wero practials to those who nro hero this season If Salt lo Not Naturally IUch cally Ignored by tho general pros, Stable Mumiro Should lie ind Botncuhero else next year. nnd received very scant treatment lu Helps to Until MoisNot that wo would ndviso their neg scientific papers. ture) In Ground. lecting tho nnnunls wholly, however At that gathering of medical scienI do not want to be understood as tists l'rof. I. llruuardol, denn of tbo moaning that but Blmply that n col(tlr A. J. t.KGO.l Faculty of Medlcino of Pari- - read a The nature nnd habit of growth of paper on tuberculosis In which bo lection of hardy plants will bo found o much moro satisfactory, nil things the corn plant naturally suggests n stated that. In somo countries, It was cgnsldured, undor the conditions of fertilizer that will furnish plenty of "accuuntabln for n sixth, n fifth, and which I havo spoken, that their cul plant food throughout tho growing sonietlmin a fourth of tho total mortivation Is to bo urged In preference season. tality from all causes." Ho further In seloctlng a soil for corn this stated that "tho public bouse is tho to thnt of the otltor class mentioned, which is not satisfactory unless n point should havo duo consideration. purveyor of tuberculosis," nnd that ir tho soli Is not nntufally rich In "alcoholism Is tlin must potent factor good deal of tlmo and labor nre plant food It is a good Idea to npply In Itn propagation" expended on it. Tho impression seems to prevail tho stable manure to tho land inTuberculosis Is una of tho moit that annuals rcqulro noxt to no care, tended for corn. The stable manure-I- doadly of all tho physical diseases largely composed ot vegetable mut- which scour humanity, nnd w hnvn It and aro tbercforo particularly adapted to tho use of tha woman who has ter which will help to hold moisture on very high nutborlty that most of it but llttlo tlmo to devoto to gardening. as well as furnish plant food as It Is doo to drink. It Is a startling Tho fnct is, thnt to grow annuals decays In the soil. atatomont, and ought to havo received Another point in favor of stable wldo publicity, well you must glvo them a good deal nut nnythlng which of attention, especially during tho manure for corn Is that it furnishes would hinder tho consumption of alcomost plant food during tho hot part hol, that "pleasant poison" to which early part of tho season several times the amount of attention, Indeed of tho season when tho corn la most many nro pamtlonately dutoted, U In need of n regular and constant carefully that will ho required by a concealed. supply of nourishment. collection ot hardy plauts. The following U the salient portion In of deficient The stable manure is Another argument In favor of this Important Frofrssor Urimardol's class Is that onco established your phosphoric acid and It Is n good Idea declaration. to apply from 200 to 300 iiounds ot plant nre good for nn Indefinite "In fart, Hlcohollsm in tbo most pos Your garden does not have to be phosphato per acre. The arc readily available but tent factor In propagating (uborruhv every searon. made sis. Tho HlrongeKt man, who liasincn In spring tho plantH will need to tho soil holds phosphoric ncltl well taken to drink, hi poworless against and when applied to (ho soil It wilt It. bo worked nbout, and freed from the Tlmo Is too short for mo now to grass which will encroach upon their be held for tho uso of tho crop. I havo made it a pr.tctico for draw comparisons between the laws territory, if allowed to do so. the soil In force in different rouutrkui. thos several years to apply (bo stable man- which are proposed, prlvsto offortH. ure to a sod for the corn. In tho early spring It Is plowed under nnd associated efforts, and twiipuranro societies. Itut I can uny, that n univer tho ground wull harrowed. cry of despair rises from tho whnln I Und this to work very well. A few sal times I have also used 150 to ICO universe at tho sight of tb dlsastor pounds alj, a good grade super- caused by alcoholism." "Any measures, slate or Individual, phosphate in addition to tho manure and And that It pays well for tha (ending to limit (ho ravages of alcohol- Ism, will bo our most precious nuill- cost nnd trouble of applying. Tho superphosphate Is distributed larlin In the crusado aRaltutt tubnrcu with the grain drill. Just before (ha loots, but (ho question In too largo a one to deal wldi hero. Still, I should com fs planted. Somo farmers go to tbo trouble of like to draw attention to n mlstakx putting (ho manure in th hill but mado too cnitlly In tlm dlfferwit coon- this discourages proper root develop- tries by ministers who havo chnrgo ment and often does not glvo ns good of the financial department of th results as tho broadcasting, besides It State. They like to calculate the sum requires much more tlmo nnd trouble. the state gets from tho duty on alco1 prrfcr to save ray own seed corn hol, but they should deduct from It tbo from a well tested and acclimated cost to (no community of tho family of variety. Kipoilcr.co teaches mo that tho ruined drunkard, his degenerate. new varieties often provu unsatis- Infirm. scrofulouH and epileptic chll, dren, who must havo shelter.' factory. "This invasion of nlcobotlum ought Beautiful Clamp of Golden Glow, to ho regarded by every ono an a pub Protect All Game and Dlrds. will require fertilising, and once In A hill recently Introduced in ttu lic danger, and the principle. tb three or four years tho plants will be California legislature by Horator truth which Is Incouteatnblo. should bettered by a division of their roots. Illrdxall prohibits the shooting of game bo Inculcated Into the masses, tbat thv This Is about nil this class of plants or game birds with automatic shot futtiro of tho world will bo In tho will ask of you. A great many can guns or pumpguns. Htatlstlcs com bands of temperance-.Tho dean of tho Faculty of Medlclnw bo attended to In a day, you will find. piled by eastern organizations Inter And tho work is much easier than ested lu tbo movement estlmato tbo In I'nrla wns not alone In his contenthat ot making beds and pulling output ot shotgun Hhells by tho four tion. At (he Bnmo congress Dr. A. T. weeds. largest ammunition companies last Kelynack of Manchester, in tho course Thu number of of n paper on tho same subject, said: Where an exceedingly rich show of year nt 775.000.000. "Alcoholism nnd tuberculosis stand color is desired, nothing equals the pump and automatic shotguns manu Rudbeckla or "Golden Glow," Great facturcd during (ho saino year was ap foromost amongst tho condition hampering human progress and limiting clumps ot It will be a solid moss ot proximately 97.000. man' happiness. Through them th tho riches golden yellow for weeks. evolution of tho raco has long been For cutting, we havo few better flow Danish Oatlhead. ers. Danish ballhond requires a long sea, Impelled, and, unfortunately, in splln This plant is so aggressive In charac- son. ror ino most sevcro sections oi of numerous restraining nnd restrictter that It should have a place In tho tho north, the need should bo sown nl ing efforts, their banefnl lnfluonco Is background whero it can bo allowed most as soon as the ground can be still nccountahlo for a high tlegn-of to spread to suit Itself. prepared. It Is customary to sow In mortality nnd nu Immonso amount of Kven where only u few roots aro al- the open with rows about ono toot sickness and suffer lug. "With two such morbid Influence lowed It gives a beautifully ornament-t- l apart and sufllclctit seed should be effect. used to give tbreo or four plants-- per barring human ndvnnoe. it was but Every collection ought to Include at each Inch of row. Thinning may be natural thnt eager minds studying thn least a dozen ot the most distinct varie- necessary to prevent crowding In the ono should havo boon compelled to recognlza (ho presence nnd action nf ties ot perennial phlox. This plant row tbo other" For thoso who havo not much tlmo to devote to tho garden, thcro Is no class of flownrlng plants moro dcslr- anioMhnn tho hardy perennials and nerbneeous plants. Take, for In lib-or- (fly HES8IK I Is to the geranium out-doo- r Is dU-eas- e CORN REQUIRES NURTURING FOOD Ap-ptli- xl good-size- d ' o CAREFULLY TEST SEED CORN " Orunkenness Among Women. Among tho incurnblo drunkards of London, that Is. amonir iw,rnnn charged with tho offenso of drunken ness who havo been convicted moro than ten times. 8.300 am women and 4,".00 nro men. 8o thoro aro moro than twho as many Inrruhl unnmn drunkard in l.onden us there aro men, This sounds nnnalllm?. II U appalling. Add to this tho fnct that in me last twenty yearn tho deaths of womon from chronlo nlcnhniism- - r In plain words, from drink havo In creased Mu per cent, nud there la all too uvld.iut n position of things that may well Bhock tho niu?nh nnd cause them to look very seriously Into the situation, Ruined by Liquor. . In a Into Issue of tlm HrJmitin nzlne. published lu Lolpslc, an artlrln on ulcohol states that lilt lllirninna In America are largoly ruined mcntully ami piiysicany, by liquor. On Hie foundation of lomr i i,.. m-iwi-i.- n tested before planting. If It U necessary to purchase the cued this should bo dono in plenty ot time to test It beforo planting. ljxut year nn actual field test of two samples ot seed corn offered by l seedsman showed 76 per cent, germination in ono variety and 85 per cent, germination In the other. These look; rstiwr low In ger Tho soed corn should not bo neg- mination for selected seed by a reput-ubiseed bouse. It tho seed does not germilected. The Illustration shows a sand-tranate well tho stand of com will not bo good and replanting will bo neces- tester, with corn 12 days after plantsary. The seed should bo carefully ing. e Wounds on Trees. For wounds on trees, molt rosin und pour three parts Into ono part of previously warmed crude petroleum. This will tiot run In warm weathor nor crack In cold. The careful orcbardlst will sea that a tree which has been Injured In any way receive prompt attention. much mora 'beer Is consumed by tli GormaiiH n Amorlea ill ail In the hwn Unitd States tho author says thut In- counutry, and that this has greatly creased the mortality among them. Share Responsibility. "I)r legalizing UiIh irnm w unr. to sharo with the liquor sailors th-- i responsibilities and ovlls of his bust, buss." William McKlnloy. May 11, 1911 - THE CITIZEN CJ New Neura 1 of tateray -- The Privilege of Prayer By REV. GEORGE R. LOCKWOOD BEREfl Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OP THE MOUNTAINS What nro your tnlcnU? What are your alms? Ilorea has tho training that is beat for YOU. Aro you not far advanced? Than enter tbo FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Jhos. A. Edwards, Superintendent Here you will bo placed with others llko yoursolf, undor'a BpcclaMeacher.iandimako most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and tho common branches and bo ready to uso them. You will havo Blnglng, drawing," farm and household management, and freo .' Ono year in tho Foundation School costs less than 90 nnd is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to bo n teacher? Then Join tho NQJ3MAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Hero you will be so trained that you will fear no examination, and you will bo taught how to teach, Tho demand for nerca trained teachcre far exceeds tho supply. Aro you interested In earning monoy? THE VOCATIONAL 8CHOOL8, Mile K Marsh, Dean. text-hooksBOOK-BINDIN- Could Not Tempt Parker David B. Hill Tried to Induce Him to Run for Governor of New York In 1002 In Opposition to Odell. Homo time In August. II. Hill Invited 1902, David thrcn or four mi-- of tho Democratic party who wcro re garded as leaders In New York stato lnlt In Albany nt hta homo, t' It 008 1. Tlio very fact Uiat these friends ha been summoned to his rather than to hi ofllco wan "Sunfclnnt ludlcatWil that Hill purposed talking politics with them. Among Senator UIU'h callers was Alton IJ. Parker, chief Justlco of tho court of appeals of New York state, and at an opportuno moment Mr. Hill began to explain tho reasons bo bad called tho conference. "If I am any Ja.!p t,t political conditions In this state," bo began, "I am warranted In saying to you that It looks to mo as though tho Democratic party this year might elect Its cnmll-datfor governor and Its wbolo state ticket. Governor Odell will, bo recommended by tho Republicans. I hnvo good reason for knowing that Odell Is not at all confident that be can be As a politician, Odell has one qualification which commands my respect. Ho Is always anxious to know tbo exact facta. He doesn't want any district lender or organization man to bring him flattering reports. Ills organization all understands that, 1 presume, the members of It have told him that tho outlook for bis party Is very squally. Now 1 think wo havo an opportunity to win. and If wo aro going to accept It wo mutt nomlnato our Wrongest candidate for governor." Having so expressed himself, Mr Hill looked at Judgo Parker, silently, penetratingly, for a moment, and then continued: "Judgo, In ray opinion you aro tbo man to bo nominated for governor by tbo Democracy. I will tell you why. I nm certain that you will poll more than tho party's strength In tlio lower part of tho state. I nm also certain that you will poll an voto larger than could bo secured by any other Democratic canWith any other candidate didate. than. yo we shall hnvu greater difficulty In defeating Odell." Judgo Parker's answer wan that whllo bo appreciated tho confidence Governor Hill bad expressed In him. to Wol-fer- Juio o nomination. io had only ono ambition, nnd that was to maintain his place upon tho bench. "Hut." Interrupted Governor Hill, "I wnnt to Impress upon you one fact, Judge Parker, which you mny ha'vo overlooked. It la this. If you aro selected governor of New York this yenr, you will Inevitably become tbo Democratic candldato for president It 1904. I gay Inevitably, because our party Is suro to name sorao one w has demonstrate his ability to carry New York state, provided such a one can bo found." "Hut." persisted Judge Parker, havo no ambition to become my party's candldato for prcsldont. My placo upon the bench Is most congenial to me. I can reasonably hopo to stay thcro until I reach tho age at which am compelled to retire." "Judgo Parker,1; said Mr. Hill, speaking very earnestly, "you should remember ono thing, nnd that Is that It Is a very great honor, the greatest that a party can give, to havo been nominated by a party for president of tho United States. I tell you, then, that If you are elected governor this cred-llnbl1 nevertheless ho folt that ho could not permit his namo to bo used In connection with tho gubernatorial y TEXT Iln duwfii for nothing; but In everything by trayfr nnd xupntlrntlon with thnnkKlvtnf let your requests be msue Known unto Hod. penes of fall, as I bcllevo you will bo If you Clod, which tinueth all And the are a candidate), you Inevitably will Till kfep your heart and minds through bo tho Democratic party's candldato jmus Christ- .- I'ldlippUna 4, for president two years hence.. Let mo ask you, In tho very begin "Now." continued Mr. Hill, after n moment's pause, "I dont want you to nlng of this sermon, four very personal glvo mo a definite answer today, questions: Do you rcallzo what Think of what I havo sald.ovor night, privilege prayer Is? Has prayer been and let mo know your decision tomor of real blessing to you? Can you put your Anger on anjr particular prayer row morning." The next morning Judgo Parker in and say: "I know that prayer was formed Governor Hill that ho was answered; It was a particular blessing still of tho opinion he had held tho to mo?" Is your God not your mother's God, or your father's God, or some day before "Very woll; I will not urgo you fur body olso's Ood, but Is your God God? thcr," Mr. Hill said. "Thcro Is now but ono thing to do, and that Is to Now, if anybody had any knowledge of God except yourself and you were nomlnato Illrd S. Coler." And novcrat weeks later, on election to bear witness to tho fact that God night, Governor Hill was more than Is hearing and answering prayers ever of tho belief that had Judgo would you bo able to bring IMustra Parker been his party's candldato for tlons out of your own Individual ex governor, ho would have been elected, pcrlence? That Is an Intens61y perfor Coler was defeated by Odell by sonal and practical question. And tho only eight thousand plurality. fourth one: Do you feel free to go Two years later, when Judge Parker to God nt any time; are you so much was nominated for tho presidency by at home with God that you cannot tho Democracy, be was reminded of hold yourself back at times from gotho chat, hero mado public for the ing and having a talk with Htm? first time, which ho bad with Governor In prayer a prlvelego that you enjoy? Hill, and his reply was that the nomNow, let us clear tbo field for ac ination for president had come to him tion by bringing tho testimony of without bis having raised bis hand Christ before us. In the chapter that to securo It, and that he waa of the I havo Just read you will notice cer opinion of ono of the statesmen of tain ones coming to Jesus on a very an earlier day, that tho presidency Interesting' occasion. Tbey saw Him should neither be sought nor declined. prsylng, and when He got through (Copyright. 1910. by E. J. Edwards. All praying they Immediately camo to ltlBhts rtcserved.) Him and said: "Teach us to pray. prayer-answerin- things In a superior manner. Aro you desiring' tho next best thing: to a';Colleo;Cqurc,? Then, take" ' two years or three years in tbo GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Two years, or three years, In mich practical RtudlcR as will fit you for an honorable and useful life. You select your studies from such as these: Physiology tho science of health; Civics tho science of government; Grammar tho art of correct speech and letter-writinEthics tho science ;of right and wrong; History necessary for politics, law' and general Intelligence; notany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physics tho science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start In the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSE8, Franclo E. Matheny, Dean. Dest training in Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. Tho s Academy has Its own and Mcn'u Dormitory, and a large body of students of high character and ability, nolo Instructors, and use n' College Library and apparatus, -class-room- MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE. HOME SCIENCE. WOODWORK AND CARPENTRY. NURSING. PRINTING AND BUSINESS, COURSE, Etc. Hero you soon double your coming power, and loam to enjoy doing Story of a Chief Justice How Morrison R. Walte, Without Money In Railway Ticket Office, Was Courteously Relieved of Embarrassment by Agent. One evening In tho early autumn I went to tho old Raltlmoro fj Ohio railroad station In Washing ton 50 tako a night train for rew York. When the) ticket window was thrown open I fell In lino behind a man of broad girth and shoulders whom I did not recognize until ho had reached tho window in hU tarn and asked for a ticket to New York. Ho was tho chief justlco of tho United States. Morrison It Walte. appointed by President Grnnt to tbo bench In 1874 to succeed Salmon P. Chase, and destined to bo tho court's head until his death In 1888. Tho ticket ngent. In reply to tho chief Justice's request, passed out a oflSS3 o Greeley Hater of Hypocrisy Abandoned His Favorite Hotel In Albany Because, Though Ostensibly a Temperance House, It Sold Liquors on the Sly. Horace Greeley waa u man who hypocrisy. For some time Greeley's favorite lotel at Albany, N. Y when ho called here on political errands as a mem-oc- r of (he famous political firm of 3ewanl, Weed and Greeley, was the Suddenly, ono day, Oejavan house. ho. changed bis headquarters to tho 3tanwlx hotel. Said tho proprietor of .hat hotel at a tlmo when Greeley was latcd 'lis guest: oroprletor. "One day Greeley camo In hero and asked me If I was tho proprietor of this hotel, and when I told him I was, he asked: 'Do you keep whisky?' "'Yes, I havo very good whisky,' I replied. "'Do you also keep brandy ?' "'Yes, 1 havo a very choice stock of brandy.' '"Well, do you keep champagne?' "'Yes, I havo champagne,' I re- "You observe thnt tho great Hor-scla a patron of my hostelry! Well, ' got him as a guest In this way: The Oelavan house was started as a temperance house. Hut Greeley, during ono of his visits there, discovered that io guest need go thirsty, provided ho could make the right signal to tho o plied. " 'Well,' said Mr. Greeley, nnd thero was an unusual twang In his voice, 'I don't want any of these things myself, but I havo mnde up tny mind I would rather stay with a hotel proprietor who is honest enough to say that ho keeps liquors than to stay with ono who pretunds to bo a man and who sells strong drink on tho sly.'" Greeley was a great lover of the opora. In 1854 Grlsl, In her day tho most famous of operatic sopranos, and her husband, Mario, who probably was tbo greatest tenor that ever sang In Itallana opera, made u tour of tho United States. They appeared first In Now York at the original Academy of Music, but prior to tbclr debut they were told that it wns of tbo utmost Importance to tbo success of their American tour that they securo. If possible, a favorablo criticism of their debut In the columns of the New York Tribune. As a preliminary to tliat end tho representatives of tho great singers saw to It that a seat for tho. performance waa assigned to Mr. Ureelsy In one of tbo stage boxes. asked: "It Is very Important that I bo to Now York tonight: Is thcro any way In which I can secure my passago?" Ilefore tho ticket agent had tlmo to reply a man who stood beyond tbo ticket window rail stepped forward, and as I pulled out my pocketbook and Greeley bnd been In the box but a held It before Chief Justice Walte the few moments when, apparently, ho stranger did tho snmc, both ho and I fell sound asleep to the great dis- saying almost simultaneously: "Judgo tress of both Grlsl and Mario, whoso Walte, I should bo glad If you would God." I will tell you thrco reasons that singing. so far as they could sec, mado accept what you need from my own are the real enemies of prayer. It Is not the slightest Impression upon tbo purse." Interesting sometimes to look Into senses of tho Tribune's editor. And Never did a man appear more greatIt waa noticed that not even the ap- ly embarrassed over, or mare keenly your life and ask yourself the ques plause which followed Grtsl's first appreciative of, the kindness then lion: "Who aro my enemies, after all?" They aro not on tbe outside; song, nor subsequent outbursts, served shown him. Hut before the Justo arouse him from his somnolent at- tlco could accept either offer, chief tick- tne real enemies 01 prayer aro on tbe the Inside. And what aro thoso things titude. et agont thrust bis head through tbo In your life that mako it difficult for Uy tho tlmo the opera was over window and waved tho stranger and you to rcajlzo how near God Is, and poor Grlsl und Mario wore almost be myself asldo. cow willing uou is to answer your side themselves with disappointment "Gentlemen," he said, "this Is my prayer? and despair they had falled.to mako privilege." Then turning to Chief Jus naturally The first answer thatIs very comes la "Sin." It tbe an Impression upon tho great Horace tice Walte of whoso identity ho had buslnesH of sin to closo our eyes to Greeley thero would be no favorablo been In Ignoranco a moment before presence of God; to separate tlio word of their Initial appearance In tho the agent smilingly continued; "Tho tho soul from Its Creator. Tribune, tho fount of praise most rules of tho railroad company do not Who nro the people who 6ny: "I sought for by operatic singers of tho permit me to sell a ticket upon credit. time. Yet what was their great de Judge Walte, or I should bo very glad don't believe there la n God?" They light when, upon picking up the Tri- to do that, nut thcro Is no rule of tho are tboso who don't bellevo that there bune Jn the morning, they saw there- company which prevents me buying a Is iny God, becauso their lives are In a condition of sin. Sin creates in our in a glowing criticism of their per- ticket." hearts a distaste for prayer. formance, and what was more, a most Ho took out his pocketbook, withTho second enemy of prayer Is "Rea favorablo editorial comment thereon. draw from It $5 and placed tho bill In son." Reason would tako tho bread containing a graceful word of con tho money ho handed a out of the drawer. Then hand of a starving child gratulation far tbe great singers. ticket to the chief Justice, and beforo They wondered, of course, how tho tho latter could say anything a $5 Reason would go to tho bedside of a editor of tho Tribune could have writ- bill followed the bit of pasteboard Into sfck and dying soul nnd would take and drive htm ten anything at all about them slnco his hands. "You will want a Bleeping the wiso physician ho slept at the opera. They were not car ticket, and you shouldn't go to away, from tho bed. Reason would acquainted with ono of Greeley's pe- New York without n cent In' your even reach its arm out into tbe sky culiar characteristics. In tbo horse pocket," explained the agent. "So and tear God out of the universe, If cars, in hotel lobbies, In church, he pleoso let me offer you this money," It only had tho power to do It. Reason Is one of the biggest blonslngs and ono dozed soundly, apparently, yet his of tho United Tho chief Justice friends alwuys noted that nothing es- States looked gratefully at the rail- of tho biggest curses that this world caped him. Tbo better to listen or to road mnn. "I thank you most sincere- has ever had; It all depends upon think, it was a habit with him to ly for your very great courtesy," he whether reason Is In Its rightful place closo his eyes as If in slumber and laid. "And as you know who I am, or not. In a horse car, for example, this bablt you may bo assured that upon my reTbn there is another enemy, and thst Js "Formality." Somo of us are never caused him to be carried turn to Washington you will be taught to pray at thin hour or that his destination. All (CoDjrlglit, 1910. by K. J, Kdwurd. Thereupon, Justlco Walto passed on hour; como aro taught to pray1 in tbe lllghts Unserved.) morning or at nlgbt when we retire. and I ventured to remark to tho ticket agent: "That was a very handsome Hut tbo very minute that you dls Liberty's Tombstone. cover thnt formality In prayer Is bething you did." coming Bluiply a llttlo fetich that you A mngazlno editor at tho Authors' "Oh, no," was tho reply; "I wns club In Now York, waa talking about proud to be able to bo of some scrvlco aro putting In tho placo of God, that moment stop right wbero you aro and 11. O. Wells. 1 would to Chief Justice Walto. "Wells Is now tho foremost Kngllsh cheerfully have assisted him, or any say: "God forglvo mo; I have been novelist," ho said. "Strange that a other member of tbo Supreme court, making a llttlo fetich out of prayer man so talented should mlsjudgo us as even though I know I would nover get and that Uttlb fotlcb has liluded mt , When he was over here, my monoy back. I consldor It a great to thy presence." ho does. Let mo place upon your lips two you know, bo found fault with every- honor for any man to bo able to do thing. anything for a member of the Su- pnyers. Tbo first one: "Oh, Ood! "One day at lunch, getting tired of premo court. And I havo been more help me to rcallio Thy presence." And his attacks on tha tyranny of our than repaid for what I have done by when you feel God coming right trusts und our bosses, I said with a tho manner in which Justlco Walte through tho darkness and standing right In front ot you, your sneer: will received tbo llttlo courtesy." " 'Woll, at least, Mr. Wells, you must Then It was that I realized as I becomo u real bteshlng to you. Also, admit tho grandeur of tho magnificent never bad beforo tbo respect and ven- place on your lips this prayer: "Oh, Statue of Liberty that rears Its proud eration that tbo averago Amorlcan God! help mo to bo very bonest in my head above our harbor?' holds for tbe Supremo court of the prayer." "And tho pnace that passetb all understanding shall keep your "'Oh, yes;' said Mr. Wells. 'You republic. havo tbo same custom as we you rear (Copyright, 1(10. by K. J. Edwards. AU heartu and your minds In Christ MJgbU tUrvtd your llucit statues to tbe dead.'" Jesus.' d ." with me." Tbo ticket agent mado no response, and tho chief Justice, In a mnnner even moro hesitating, and with hiu visibly embarrassment increased, ticket In a perfunctory mnnncr, and tho next moment I observed thnt tho chief Justlco was In some embarrassment. Ho felt first In ono pocket and then In another. Even to tho lnsldo pocket of bis waistcoat bo dived, and at last. In a voice which betrayed hid concern and a certain modesty, even timidity, of manner, ho explained to tho ticket agent: "I find that I have como from homo without a cent of money; I must havo left my pocketbook upon tho tablo or my desk. I walked from tho house to tho station becauso tho evening wns pleasant, or I should havo discovered before that I had no money Ills countenance; there Is a sincerity about His voice; thero is an intimacy la tho whole atmosphere that Jesus, and the disciples who are looking at Him feel, "Why, I havo never had an experience of that sort In my life; that man Is enjoying some thing I wish I could." And so they como to Him manfully and bravely and, say: "Lord, teach us to pray." And Jesus teaches tbo great Lord's prayer. And you will notice that at) Ho goes on dawn In His beautl fill conversation with them He says: Knock, and It shall be opened unto vou; 08k, and ye shall receive." Prayer is a prlvilego we may all enjoy. Anybody, anywhere, any time, anything. Anybody "Whosoever shall call upon tha name of the Lord shall bo saved." Any time: "men ought nl- ways to pray." Anywhere you remember thnt woman cf Samaria, thcro at tbo well. Sho bad nn Idea that It wan necessary to go on a long pilgrim- ago to Jerusalem, to a certain par ticular temple, In order to como In communion with God. Jesus said Woman, not Jerusalem; God Is spirit, and they that would worship God must worship Him In spirit and in truth.' Anything 'in everything let your requests be made known unto It seems to me that that plcturo comes right beforo our minds. We can seo Jesus kneeling there in prayer, and there la a radiance about B Berea College The College Itself stands apart rrom all the other ' schools and has long maintained the highest standards known in tlio 'South. To conform to tho Carneglo standards we have diminished our 'former requirements! Required and elective studies with opportunity to concentrate In particular In Kentucky... laboratories equipped lines. Largest college-librarfor student practice. Courses leading to tho degrees of A D., 11. S. TJ. L.. and D. Pcd. MUSIC (Singing Free). Heed Organ, Volco Culture, Piano, Theory. Hand, may be taken for special fees in connection with work In any of' tbo above schools. Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Students, Borea. College, with ta.afnllated g institution. It requires certalii (oca, but schools. Is not a It expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit ot its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students' to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulation to protect tho character and reputation of the young people. Our student h romo from the best families and aro earnest to do well and improve For any who maybe sick the Collego provides doctor and nurso without extra charge. All except thoso with parents in llorca Ilvo In Collego buildings, and assUt In work ot boarding ball, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to tho vnluo of their labor. Kxccpt iu winter It Is expected that all will havo a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to tho Secretary beforo coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postngc, books, etc., vary with different people, lierea favors plain clothing. Our climate is tho best, money-makin- ' but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary. The Store furnishes bookB, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cast. The Collego asks no rent for tho fine buildings In which students llvo, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, wlthout'coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, in the fall, and $l..r0 In winter. For room, furnished, fuel, lights, washing of beddings 10 to 60 cents. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and kt returned-whetho student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help 011 expenses for care of school buildings, hospital library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction' is a freo gift). Tho Incidental Feo for mast Collestudents Is $5.00 a term, $6.00 lrivAca'demy 'and Normal, a'nd...$7.b0 giate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee nnd room rent by the term, board by tho half term. Installments aro as follows: 1 Vocational and Foundation FALL TERM School. $ 5.00 Academy and Normal. $ 6.00 Incidental Fee Room Hoard, 7 weeks Amount duo Sept. 13, 1911 Hoard 7 weeks, duo Nov. 1, 1911 ' College, $ 7.1W 7.00 'J.4S $23.43 9.4r. $32.90 $32.40 $ 7.00 0.C0 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.60 7.00 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.00 $31.40 $ 6.00 Total for tern If paid In advance WINTER TERM '$29.00 $ COO. Incidental Fee Room Hoard, 6 weeks 6.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.50 $ 5.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 $ C.00 7.26 9.00 $23.20 Amount duo Jan. 3, 1912 Hoard 6 weeks, duo Fob. 14, 1912 9.00 $32.20 $.11.70 $ 7.0 Total for term If paid In advanc SPRING TERM incidental reo Room Hoard, 5 weeks 4.00 6.75 $15.75 6.75 5.00 C.75 50 .7D Amount duo March 27. 1912 Hoai J C weeks, duo May 1. 1912 $17.76 C.75 $24.50 $24.00 $18.75 MS $25.00 Total for term If paid In advance '$22.50 $22X0 $i" Plan Now, Gome September 13th young man or young woman can get an education atr Auy Korea If there Is tho will to do so. It Id a great advantago to start In the Fall ami havo a full year ot study. Many young people waste tlmo in tho public schools gnltir nvcr and over tho eamo things, when tbey might be Improving much faster by conilag to Ilorea and starting In on new studies with somo ,of (ho het young men aud women from other counties and States. Mako your plans to como September 13th, For Information or friendly advlco writo to tho Secretary. ablo-bodlccou-ttnuo- Will (2. Gamble, bereh, ky. I Page EtRht. KOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOIIOOHOHOHoHOHOHOHOHOJI THE CITIZEN. I May ii, 19 1 1, Wlllard Todd la very sick. Miss Kll-i- a nnd Jolcoy Dalton nnd Llizlo Jones visited Pearl Llnvllle, Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. II. B. llullen and Origin of the Superstition Some of its Doctrine- s- Second Paper. guests ot J. W. family were tho Todd and family, Sunday. Tho Rev. Dy NORMAN A. 1MRIK I.unsford ot near Keren preached nt o M tho now church houso of Scaffold ! Ijist week's nrtlclo wna Unvoted to nrmory from which ho selects la (all tjr lit wtltet. lit unit Re corrnric o Cnno, Sunday evening Thero will bo ft definition ot Mormontam. It do Writa pUltljr. tricky, catch verses to dupo lor publication, tit at as arlJaaca of teed faith. la sit se rv Ices at tho now churrh, Sunday, 'w.rlbod Mormonlsm as a superstate 1 tho unwnry. Ho knows nothing ot O0l000it0l0l0lf0l0lOIX0H0000ll0j,0j,0j0j,0j(0l0j,0j,0j,0il0Jl May 14th at 11 a. ni. Kverybody Is und mado. passing mention of somo It as n food granary for his dooper Invited to como. Miss Ella Lnko ,f of Its teachings. This apcr, as fully llfo. Tho lllblu Is on every Mormon has boen for several years. Miss JACKSON COUNTY Uerea Is visiting friends and relative us tho necessarily small space permits, pulpit, but always underneath lAwna and Lula Wilson ot Cow Creek tlw HURLEY (tnd Lucy Gab' hero. M. R. McGuIro and family of wilt toll something of Its doctrines. threo sncrcd (?) Mormon books and Nearly all are visited Misses Pearl Hurley, May C Uorcn are visiting friends hero. Klghteen centuiles ago, when St. inroly opened. bard last Saturday nnd Sunday. thru planting corn In this vicinity. I'nclo Geo. Gabbard Is In very poor Mrs. Molllo Jones who has been with John's spirit left rocky I'litmon for Tho systoni has two sacred orders babloo were-- born to Mr. Two twin her aunt, Mrs. John Gulnu. returned honven, tho last vohtlgu ot Christina of priests, tho Aaronlc and Molchlse-de- k htnlth. John Gabbard was called to ,nd Mrs. Frank rjabbard, April 25th. his placo from Oneida to sco hlu to her home In Illinois last Friday. 'nuthorlty, says Mormon theology, was which aro ordained by tho lay Inn Olio died but the other ono and mv Miss Llddlo Cornelius visited ilclc father, Geo. Gabbard. Mr. and Miss withdrawn from the earth. For over on of hands by those who aro In auaro doing very well. Charllo thcr Hertn Todd from Saturday till Sun- - soventeon Mrs. John L. Gabbard visited their bundled years mankind thority, and are set nart to preach (labbard and Mr. and Mr, HHcy CaV day. Mr. and Airs. Juiihb K. i)at- - poped In tho blockest of rellglo.is the goapcl and ion, Henry, on Cow Creek, Tuesday -administer tho ordinLard visited relatives In Cluy Co, Kay Wilson killed a largo copp.r-hca- d .ton of Jleroa visited T. C. nnd W. l darkness. Now and again n strong ances thereof. Mention will bo made Inst week. Little Ka Mooro la afSunday. John T. 'light like Luther. Knox, nnd Wesley Vlars Saturday-ana few days ago. Mr. nnd Mra. f Ita imwcr In next week' papor. flicted with something l"ko dropiy. Henry Gabbard. of Cow Creek aro I Stephens visited Rolllo McColluni, would nppenr but It soon waned and Sufficient for thu present Is Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Gruver (Jabbard ,ro .ho parents of a fine girl, also Mr. Uernlco K. Todd Is staying l.ft mankind still li Iplcssly benight- - Cook's comment, when lie j Sunday. saw tho visiting friends at Utter Hox. J. U. und Mrs. Perry Gabbard. a girl. . . . , .... .uah ii. - -....... . . , iiiu v .. i i 'in i. ii in iii'i Laglo Gate In Salt Uiko City, where working, Tuesday. Lakes had a Lucy Wilson and Onm Btlty UaKlmf mOWmmr Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Stepliens visit- - nlnetoenth century, the great Prophet, u giant eaglo Is Misses .Molllo and perched ujion an 1 rniVKTT 11. Treadway ot Cow Cre'k maau wram naymi urayrv led J. W. Todd nnd fnmlly, Sunday. Seer nnd Revelntor npx'arcd on the burying Its talons In a ' .Miss Tnlitha Coylo of Rockfnnl Vis- - lioilzon. "An angel flew through "'Tin a fitting symbol 1'rlvett, May 6. Tho farmers aro returned hninu from Huckhorn, FriOroam Tartar of Mormonlsm; all busy planting corn. Wllllo and day, whero they had been taking the NO ALUM.NO LIME PHOSPHATE Red Miss Uerta and Iknnlco Todd,'llio iitldrt of t...... .... IliltlllK ,!. . mpaclly preying on Industry or th I'll mJ Blter, Normal. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Reynold Sunday evening. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Jan. everlasting gosixd to preach to them iirlesthood proylnc on tho xoplo." Myrtlo Holconib visited their Mrs. It. D. York, last, week. Vincent uro rejoicing ovr tho arrival of a jCulmi wero the guests of Mr. and Hint dwell aii the earth, mid to every .ow como two of the most dli third, for Ohio flno boy. Miss Lucy Reynolds of nnd family spent Sunday with Mis. (Mrs. Win. McColluni, Sunday.-Llt- tlo left, tho Anderson nation, kindred, tongue und ieopo." Mormon cmplojcd for tho Cow Crtvk spent Saturday and Sun Hudson's pnronts. Mr. nnd MrsF. J.j0iii M. llullen who has boen Blek ,1150V. II: (!) That "everlasting gof linctlw and charactTlsllc vhero ho will bo doctrines. Every litimiiii being, wlt, relatives at this place. HU- - Robertson, Mrs. Ren Uoen of Kings fer some tlmo Is Impioiliig. r. l pop was Moniionlsin; that nngel was foro Idrth Into this woiid, lived as summer. Mrs. L. J. 1'itcrs' eyes a ton mado a visit to her parents, Mr. Vlars and daughter. Ilenlah. wen th- - Moroni havo been giving her trouble tar laid Huff Is In Lestlu County. ho with IiIh golden trunut spirit In another, shadowy nebiilo-i.nd Mm. M. I). Settle. A. P. Scttl" guests of W. C. Vims, Simdny. st two weeks. .Mr. and Mrs. Uio today stands NTtlllOKON. on tho temple oorld of which ho turn not Ihu falnt- M. of Iindon visited Luck Metealt and Mr. and Mrs. Jas. "iilv1 ,0tt"r- - 11 18 r"tlmr "'fstli'U -- stntolkelioti. Thn, Is the flri-- t or- Sturgeon, Ky., May S, lull. GARRARD COUNTY jirumback and children visited friends i. Settle, Friday. Saturday and Sunio noio in p.iRsiiig mnt not I0114 Uer of llf,.. R Is netB.iry befow of Tho Citizen, Cdltor 'A INT I.ITK. day aro regular church days at Pilot nnd relatives In" Uorea last, week. no ho was struaji by lightning mil ixaltation In the future llfo for him I'ercu, Ky. Knob. Memorial services are postMrs. Gilbert Mnggard Is not expectsymptonis lo Imi embodied In llesli un.i iiv.. 1. Paint Lick, .May 7. 11. L, Stowe nowed such Dear Sir: poned until June. Mr. and Mrs. Fnr-- i ed to live long. A now telephone mid family vlsltid John Smith anil "r collapse that human doctors. In tho trio (rld as unotli'r step In th" Ily an agreement and the selection Is Marcum visited over Sntiirday and from Knst Ijem-- . lino Is being erected family Inst Sunday. May 2Mh Is shaMi or cariienlers and steeple Jack great proRifhsIon. Doesn't tho Dll.l.t Uegl.'y of a ctimmltteo between mid by the Sunday nt her brother's, Mr. and Mrs. Htndt to (Sray Hawk. Veto .arlous candidates of Owsley County Ross Line's. Mrs. Mnrcum nnd Mrs. tho day Bet for tho dedication of I'm- - i''"e dispatched to render imtholog! teach Oils doctrine when it describes .. . ' 111 ..ll. .maiilniinln fpVnr. "' ns tho Father of .Spirits?; un I tersvllle Raptlst church. Kerybody In- - nl aid to his angelshlp. for ltepresentatlvo of tho 71st Legls- - L. C Powell s)ieut :i few days with 1',lH Kentleniaii Thcro Is good hope that tho frost atlvo District, Judge John F. llrewer honored by thH if there Is n Father of Hiilrlt mn.t !ted to como aud bring a basket. their parents here. All day services Mrs. Preston Ward Is very sick.-- - nnibassndor of the Apocalipxo wus has not destroyed all of tho fruit. ot Sturgeon, Ky was selectcil to run will bo held at jtheni not also Imi .1 Mother of Spirits' Narrow Gap, Sunday Aunt Eliza T ncher la very sick. Alllo Illanton of Ilerea was tho h,'l'l Smith and tho place of Inter-pue- iienco tno .Mormon believes that i for tho Republican nomination In week. Musket dinner on tho ground, Wll of her sister, Mrs. Mnry 'ar Palni)ra, New York, n uilr of spirit inm-nton well Carlco, May S. Suuday school was dlscontluuo my announcement. 1 also Everybody como and bring a full bard, last week. Miss Susie Davis Jseph, complying with tho angelic us earthly, and often when n face tin basket Georgo Plgg who had his Sunday In May ut organized the firbt Instructions unearthed nt the foot of known but familiar, crosses his path, nrslro to ask my friends and relaii tho hill Cumorah, certain gold plates, ho accounts for It as 11 Flat Top church house. Mrs. Leatha tives in Owsley, Clay nnd Jackson T Mrnngoly Inscribed, und n, huge pair Tussey who has been 111 Is lmprov- - counties, one and alt, to vote for If any 0110 doubts that -, ., ... ot goggles by vlrtuo of which he this doctrine Is cherished by lug slowly. Mr. Jas. Wadell was mar- , , 1lopn hn Monitors The Man I Ought To Be translated tho mysterious writing. today, ho needs but to listen to tha ried, tho olll, to .Miss aanui war ui lected as the choice ot till candidates Tno result of theso negotiation was Great Tabernacle congregation singCarico. Miss M. K. Roberts was tho of Owsley County. There Is not a There's a fellow on ahead there-C- an guest of Miss Mary M. Summers, Sun better qualified nnd moro deserving tho Book of Mormon, published !n ing tho famous, favorito hymn if you see him? If you can, lo37 nt Palinym, New York, day. Mr. and .Mrs. J. W. Angel aro mnn than ho In Owsley County. tho ono of President Sliow'u wives, which n turn to earth of proper priestly au- ends; Kindly tell him not to hurry, tho proud parents of a flue girl. Tho Very respectfully, thority and the end of tho sevculoii forest fires have dono onsldeniblii J. A. Mahaffey. For I'm coming; he's the man "In tho heavens nru -, damage In burning fences here. 1 centuries ot human aiiostacy, and No, tho thought makes jmrents slnglI've been following my life through; reason itip'. MADISON COUNTY l. darkness. This doctilno of tho It. Pennington, tho grocery drummer, Truth Is reason, tmlh eternal Can't o'ertake him, for, you see, KINGSTON ..... a as through hero recently calling on and, after seventeen hundred n.n ihu no a una niouier One night when I wasn t watchingtho merchants. J. W. Adklson Is In Kingston, May S. Miss Vernn jcars. tho return of ecclesiastical au- - I It Im tlllu iliiMrl.i.i tnero.' .. ory poor health. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Parks entertained a number ot gUM tholty Is perhaps the fundamental u rl,llculous by i tut If, Well, he got the start o' me. that loads t guests of Mr. and nt her homo Wednesday Hluics wore the night. litoctorlno of Morinonlsm. in that It , .at ono most repugnant to our s.. ,! Sometimes, by some great exertion. Mrs. Orbin Smith, Sunday. Services Among them were, Laura Murray, Ly mpplloa tho reason of tho church's lumt menacing u, ollr ,tItlI. will bo held at Flat Top church tho dla Young, Suda Powell, Mabel Flan- Some harsh conflict I have won, cMstenc. tloI1H u1, holm.g( nulMl) lKImm, fourth Sunday Jn May by Rev. Henry ery. Fairy Settlo and Leila Flauery. j Hu who would study .Mormon doc- - Low dixs it lend lo It? Nothing alm-- ( When I'm still too wholly tired Lovl8.. Mrs. Daniel Ford has returnJames and Wllllo Murray have trine Is nt onco coiifrouUd with tlw pier. Alorinoiia uro taught Unit th" To care much for what I've done. ed from Owsley County whero sho from Clay County whero tluy difficulty that .Ytornionlsm publishes lr Is peopled with splrlu which ir-iI can see the husky fellow visiting her son. Mrs. Liza havo been buying cattle and hogs. has been brief and reasonably couiploto uniting for human bodies. It Is Just a step ahead; but while Colo visited her daughter, Liza Lear. Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Lunsford made slutemeut of Its own teachings. The! their duty to provide those splriU Sunday. J. W. Anglln bought a flno a business trip to Korea, Saturday. I accept congratulations, ,'ArtlcIeb of Fnlth" aro the neaiest with tho u of pron'sslon In Cockrel ot Livings- Choster Parks of "Derca visited his hotter ot E. L. He adds on another mile. fcpproach to such a statement but this llfo. That doctrine plus ton for 130. parents, Saturday. Miss Ora Flan-cr- y theso do not mention a numbei of'tuln sUtcr, that exnllatloti In tlu If you sec him, say I'm tired, ISAACS. who Is attending tho E. K. S. N. tno most luiportnnt doctriuts at all futuro llfo is determined by the sUe Saturday till Monday Ask him please, to wait for me; Isaacs, May 5. On account of spent from and many other i)lnta can bo under- - or a man's posterity, and jou have much wet weather farnieia are much with her parents. Miss Molllo Sparks Tell him there's a lot of scenery stood only In tho light of other ut- - the utinosphero for, mid tho cause ot later than usual In planting corn. of Dreyfus spent last week with teniuces of the fouiideu and great 'st polygamy. He has passed he didn't see. Miss Suda Powell. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. .1. G. Allen wtio havn her cousin, teachers of .Mormoiils,,,. All lho On ahead the way grows darker, railJ5i,t mt 0 tfj0 Suntho nnd Mr. Douglas Young six-nbeen visiting In Clay County A Mormon says ho believes In Uo-- l , ,ruK0ly , lhat w Shadows longer, daylight dim; In a day wltli Mr. and .Mrs. Will Cornell-iopast mouth t aro expected home and Jesus Christ his Son. and Hi tho mtvn of tllu cruo, M0Kcn f Mrs. Cam lw'Is and daugh But I'd like to pass the gateway, few days. Miss Nerva Cornelius was Holy C.host. Uut ho does not tell you . theniseluH. Why? Uecaus. a guest of Mrs. Sarah Davis, Wednes- ter, Eva, were In Derea. Saturday, uuu a oiicv u ....... us lm.y aro toJ ,,y th(jr B,,r,lun, ,oa(. If I can, beside o' him. i.u lm..,L evening. Twin Hunley has sold on business. Mrs. Ballard spent tho day wo are. that ho Is polygamous, tint ... ,,,i aiivlMfrH n.m .1 EVA DEAN his part of the steam mill to M. L. first of last week with her daughter, there aro many gods, that some day tatlon for their husbands and InPennington's son. Mrs. Andy Simp- Sirs. Whit .Moody. Miss Roda wo all may bo gods, that Adam U directly reward lo themsclveg. Rebelson was thrown from a mule, Satur- nian aud Mrs. Magglo Bowman wen? "10 SOU 01 uus worm, mat uirm lion 011 their Kirt means punishment . .. . in mini: lo six weeka day evening, and broke a basket of la Richmond on busluexs, Wedne"t--- god, for them ami a loss of .n"o, sou ot Ad te exaltation for about 13 dozen eggs. Sho escatod sdaysMrs. R. J. Engle of Uerea w formed.-- M, and Mrs. J. ... Richard- - I "! ho saw his seed ere he wns enr jtbo husband bwnuse of the diminu Hie guest ot Mrs. C. F. Parks, Thurs Injury. John Estrldge vho went to tion of possible posterity. . day. Misses Jessie and Lydla Youn? ton wero vlsltlug James Coylo nt church, 2:30 p. m. Colorado some tlmo ago is homo Iclfled. There is 110 puras.) so common Theso are plain words but I' Uwy Borea, Sunday evening. John Sextou'u team ran away wero In Derea, Saturday, on business. In Mormon sermons as this oiu will ruu'iil to any one ESTILL COUNTY Go to M. D. Settlo, Rig Hill, for unfamiliar with -- Mrs. Jas. Turley and Mrs. a few days ago and ono of tho horses Whit that summarizes tho whole concop- - this foul sjsteiu VTAUKKNVII.LK niascpierudlng line shoes. Good flour and alt kinds camo very near being killed. Mr and Moody made a business tilp to Rich,,f ao1', "A" m,,n U 110,1 "M nor tho name of nllglon something' Us Wngersllle. May Mary i"0" Mrs. G. A. Settle who have been at mond, Friday. Miss Martha. Maupin of grocerlos at bottom prices. I.?"' a8l"' ta ,mnn. MBy lc0,"u... of its disgraceful, lustful character v.lison visited her brother. Chnrl-Twho has been visiting her parents for for somo tlmo aro Hamilton, 0 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY .Hi.. itu mum ..Inf........... til Uiey aro Justified. BwiivfiiT-iiitt r.tar Irvine, last week. Miss somo tlmo has returned to her school ltOCKllllI back homo. 0,U,W'"K stiliw mado by Mor-- 8 Do .Mormons belltvo in polygamy Rockford, May 8. Tho Rev. A Cor- - I nrk vlslU-Mrs. Frank Congleton L1'"' ' Phllndelnhla. Pa. ,'ll'lerii '" inibllc; "Adam camo today? Most OWSLEY COUNTY nollus tilled his regular appointment f, few days last week R emphatically, yes. Th A IlIO HILL. INLAND CITV nt Scaffold Cun) church, Saturday Kolley gave a carpet rag tacking on 10 iuis worm wiiii ouu ot nis wives writer recalls with mirth tho admonito people It. rho first H'rson Christ tion ot one old plilitil wile, that Lo Island City, May 7. Farmers aro Dig I llll, May 8. Mrs. Green Gab and Sunday. Miss Bertha and Bern- - day last week. A. Q. Wilson Is very behind with their work because ft bard Is spending a few days with her Ico Todd and Minnie Hamilton visit- - laick. MIss Kiln Park win tho gue-i- t mul w,,t" "u r(,8U ,,om 1,10 UL" should have threo wives. When ho lMH - pressed his convlctloiu wm'a- Marthe rains. Married, April sister, Aunt Cluda Raker, who has ed Miss Myrtlo McCollum. Sunday- .- of Miss Katherlim Wageiv, Sunday. r"8 ',") one 01 that ho'd I amazing garet McGeorgo to Frauk Mooro of been sick for Bomo time. Llttlo statement m jieoril 1n11.11 bt lucky If ho escaped with ono, hi to ten thousniid listening, enthusiastic linked hliu what hu Knoxvllle, Teun. Tho couple left Apr. Settle spent a few da;s with his would do when, Mormons, gathered In conference at uh Isaiah prophesied, "Sth, for their home In Knoxvllle. giaudparents, Mr. and Mrs. Klnuard, boven of thorn the Salt Luke City Tabernacle In' laid hold on his coal tails. P. F. McCollum returned lroin of Uorea. People aro very busy with Thursday, whero ho hud been their crops. Lucy Hayes spent SunTombstones and Corner Posts for lots call upon Joseph Si.ifth as ho btroked his goat-lik- e to suy ho assuied her that to hyiKJcrlllcal whiskers, "Tho tlm-- i uvold such disaster ho on business. Grant Frjo who ha day ovenlng with V. T. Roberts rt would Iiv 1 will come when tho name of Josopu .oatlesa the rest of his Uen attending Ucrea College return- - Mote. Mr. and Mrs. Jason Hudson life. tiiiilth will bo honored und revered a homo a tew days ago. Tho out-klDo tho Mormons still practlco T ns Is tho name of tho Son of God work of tho graded bchool hen With qual vigor mint "yes' Calaphas now." might this time, ho answered. It was officially announcla completed and Mr. Abshlr ha. with abundant cause, lmo rent his ed not long ago lhat left for his homo In Uoonu'lllo. Win. there wero 1,100 garments nnd exclaimed, "blasphemy. plunil man luges Anderson whoso leg was broken homo uiiioiik tho Slormoiu OWNER-St- op! MR. As nu Inevitable coiiReipjcnco ot !.ist year, but that time ago will soon be out again. (5. efforts wero liv Consider! this degradation of the dignity aud ing mado to stop them. Such pro- J. Gentry had u log rolling, Tuesday, use best rhnracter of tied, and tho etaltatlo.i nilses. however, aro given tho l!o and got lots of work done. W. G. possible YOU bill? Alleji vlsltid f i lends at Chestnnt-Imr01 muir piopnei aim ins uucniiig. Ly men l Joseph K. Smith th lho lllblu bus boen releguted to tlM Saturday and Sunday. G. J. who has had twelve p Gontry rotuined from Valley Vl w. barrel of Mormon llteruture, I ,,en by ixilygamous wives since ho "Oh yes' 0110 often hears from tlw church promised to Haturday. U Is reported that Arch suppiess It. 'lln meeting house rostrum, "We believe .vrlt)r ttUM , H)llt 1mm Roll, son ot Tom Uell, btabbed Jolm-ni- o ct whla tho lllblo. It Is u good lilstory ot tho ,,, 1V..J . Peters three or four times In aoo wnH n.XM Jews and has some first rato teachtho breast with a largo knife. .Ma tho fortythlnl uddlllou to hl.-- j le not oxpected to live. Liuuor w.ia lugs, hut tho Rook of Mormon, Doo- - dadlo roll. (A modern e western the cause of the traged), Since V. and Covenants aud l'eurl of uinlrum would be, "How do tho Salt Stands for everything that is best'in paint. S. Marshal Maya has been transferr(Jreat 1'rlco" (all Morinonly saciud) I Ukii City Smiths get their own The pigments used are properly proportioned ed from bore there Is more moonbliliio "bolug subsement levelatlous of God's mulIT") CerUilnly, it Is far from and thoroughly compounded. whlskoy In this neighborhood than ' nlll, have a larger claim 011 our ru" josslblo that the Mormon peoplo have tliore has been in ten years. Fourgard and attention." To the average rorsaken the cherished doctrine, when teen year old boys are found drunk Mormon tho lllblu U naught but nt. their leaders uro living In STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE such opan along tho public highway and the 1U fiance of law aud decency. parents who should oppose It do not, No mention can be made ot other Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sparks uro vU- but soera to appreciate IU Iting James Sparks, this week. Mrs. doctrines of tho church liko, Boallnir. "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is Made Wear" kick-towA. K. Scrlvnor camo homo lust wuik narrlugo for eternity and other temRlcotown, May 6. A heavy rain rom sali mv after an extended visit In Richmond ple ceremonies, but enough has been passed over this vicinity last Sunday and Uerea. Miss Kuto W'ugera spent aid to open the eyes and stir thi afternoon causing tho largest tide in last week with Miss Mary Mahaftoy Mood of every homo defender against tho creek that lias been for sonw In Irvine. Miss Fail Scrivner was the cunning and oily emissaries of time. The river was fuller than It M.ch a 'church. in Irvine latit week on business. East Kentucky Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere Else "'' I HAS NO SUBSTITUTE MORMONISM barb-pointe- d, I POWDER Absolutely Pure of d boo-hlv- e, -- " j st Ii-- ;ah-v'o- w s with-diawa- .... o J i nie-ii- ,' j t n. m Uo-v- - n ltoKSl ..... ml tL JlZ ZZnUl . d - ! Ja-M- in l FINE MONUMENTS Nee-I-lis- s 5. McGuire, Parr Berea, Ky. poly,t-gainy- g, PROPERTY Why not the when pay the thll-scra- Hanna's Green Seal t. ,t, con-trin- WILLIAM ISAACS, Berea, Ky. --