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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY 18, 1011 Knowledge It power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Vol. xi r. Five cenls One Dollar a year. No. 47 You like a Suit that "hangs" O'REAR'S SPEECH have made mention in former isRues, both in editorial col. quoted, of the remarkable apeech of Judge O'Hear at Hopklnsville, beginning bis cntnpnign for the Republican nominntion for Governor, Wo aro glad to publish this week the full draft of that address accompanied by a good cut of Judge O'Hear, both of which we havo secured by special arrangement for the benefit of our renders. It will bo found on page It. Not for yearn has Kentucky been so electrified by the utterances of any prospective candidate, and never, so far ns the Citizen knows, have tho people so quickly.aud enthusiastically rallied to the banner of n leader, every Republican convention tlint has been called so for having indorsed Judge O'Renr. The Citizen is for Judge O'ReBr, not simply because he is a Republican but because he in for the things that The Citizen stands for because ho presents himself as n lender in Kentucky who, judging by his utterances, must be placed along with Theodore Hoonevelt and Woodrow Wilson. Vn itinim and by pnrngrnplm Berea Bank & Trust Co. The strength of any bank, State or or National, depends upon its stockholders and directors. DIRECTORS OF THE BEREA BANK & TRUST CO. P. Cornelius A. Isaacs W. M. Hayes J. W. Stephens E. F. Coyle j W.H. Clark A. H. Williams R. H. Christnan K. Baker John. F. Dean J. A. Isaacs, well So does any man; but that quality in Clothes thatwecall the "hang" is a matter of good tailoring, good design- ing and the right terial ma- HELP OR GET OUT OF THE WAY Last week we ouly had space for bare mention of the visit of Doctor McAfee of Park College. Hut ue kupt from the short addreM which ho gave in Chapel a paragraph to nee this week, hoping to pass along an inspiration. It is it story which is complete in itself and we give it as nearly as we can in tho word, of the speaker. "Kiiiikiih City Is built on the hills, anil Just on the topnfulii of these hillrt home time nco I mmw h n iilllliinl balking anil rcfllsillj; to little pull its load. In the elforls of the driver to p. It out of the way It had (.topped rllit ncro. the ear lit there were nine tracks, nnd when I came In street ears lined up wnltiiit; fur that liiciislcy little I thought to myself olT the truck. tiling to net that It doesn't take much of an animal to balk and jret In the way nuil stop things from beln done, nor iiiueh of n man nor boy nor ulrl for that matter. What a sorrv elfori n little mule would make In to pull (lie nine street ears and In helping nloii the iroblem of Knnsns C'ily's loeomotimi. Vet the aninial that eouldn'l move' the cars could stop them all nnd tie up the business of an entire street. Vounjr people, old people, don't balk If you can't help, hnvo thenraceto move out and let 'the other fellow have the rlplit of way. Don't jet In the way for It takes n mighty little fellow to stop everytlJnj: but n real man or woman to p-- t held mid move things. Iteeord yourselves, not as little fellows that lift in the way but as men and women that pet behind thliics nml mnke them o." flea-bittetr.v-ItiK President OFFICERS J. W. Stephens, John F. Dean, Cashier Vice-Preside- nt Hart, Schaffner Marx Clothes have it, and it's enough in itself, without the rest to make them worth the price. This Bank was examined by the State Bank Examiner April 21, 1911. LET US SHOW YOU WHAT IT MEANS R. R. Coyle NEWS OF THE WEEK THE BIGGEST EVER Tho prospects aro that tho coming Commencement bo will tbo "greatest ever." Tho graduates nura-l- r is from tho five departments ot IJoroa and their friends alone, if they could got here, would mako a big congregation. Tho Commencement speakers :iro men of unusur.l distinction and men who havo special gifts for interest-lu- g such an audience ns ours. of Ilostou gave tho Sermon in tho President's last year. Ho is known tho country over as ono of tho great ndornments of tho Uuptlet pulpit. Dr. A. Z. Conrad, pastor of tho lark Street Church In Iloston, popularly called "Drlmstono Corner," Is lnak-h- ls first visit to Ilerea this year. Ho is esjHclally popular as a speaker to K)werfuI, pungent nnd forceful. men President Frost will pieach to tho Kraduates on Sunday morning, Juuo 4. nnd (ioveruor Wlllsou speaks that ntght to tho young jieoplo's religious societies. Tho Homespun Fair Is omitted this ymr because of tho absence ot Mrs. Hill but will bo renewed next yeir Baica-luup'ale Change in the Cabinet Rescue by Wireless Standard Oil Co. to be Dissolved Mrt. Taft Sick In, Roosevelt Role Ohio Again England to the Front. UAIIINKT CHANCE Secretary of War Dickinson has re- signed from tho Cabinet ami Hunry L. Slliuson who was defeated by Dlx, tho Tammany candidate, for nor of Now Vork laBt fall lias own selected to taku Ids place. Tin reason n for Mr. Dickinson's reslgn.i-liogiven is tho demand of his private will not escniie nnci in- ftct others and cxpeilence has piov- ed that this Is easily done If people '111 only oxerclso a little intelligent care. Ds.slroy mo sputum in luoer- iilosls, tho faecal matter and urine In typhoid, (mnreiitinc and fumigate In the acute contagious diseases and tho danger Is reduced to a nilnnlmum. Dr. Stucky's second point was to ho effect that. If we keep our bo.ly germs In orfcct health, disease cannot harm us even If they do reach us. This Is only relatively true, but II Is to a large extent, if wo breath air alt tho time, cat good food slowly aud in moderate amounts and If wo keep our bodies clean and fn;o from dirt within and without, will assist us In throwing off germs IN OUR OWN STATE Senator Bradley III in Washington-Lexing- ton Merchants Invade Breathitt A Medical Inspector for Lexington Schools. i P.KADLEY ILL Senator Uradley was taken, suddenj ly 111 In the Senate Chamber last i Thursday and was moved to his hotel, j ills condition for somo timo had been hiich ns to create alarm among his ' friends, but ho Is now reported to be much Improved. na-tn- ru ANOTHER REASON. I'mler t lit caption of "commendations and complaints" we showed two weeks ago why it is that our subscribers do not get their papers regulary their mail is often put in their neighbor's box or is lilted by some friend or relative and never deliveied. And there is another reason which nVrcent experience with ihe It was as follows: mails will illustrate. A lady in Tyner, Jackson Co., wrote a letter to The Citizen about advertising her fnrin. It was dateil March 18th, and also had on the face of the envelope the stamp of the Tyner post oilice of the same date, showing that it was written nnd mailed oil the same day. Hut this was not all. On the back of the envelope was the stamp of the East HernMndt oilice, March 13th, us well. That is, the letter reached the railroad by the rural route on the day it was writ, ten. Hut along side of the East L'ernstadt stamp was the Heren stamp, not the 14th of March, as it should have been, but April IM'lh. ' Six weeks and a half to go n distance that is made by three hours in less than an hour and a half. trains in every twenty-fou- r That is a pretty bad record for our Uncle Sam but we have the evidence on him in his own hand writing. l i ..! ..ir.l.. i... we Dill).. K,vt, ,1 ......r 11 Dill lemiiiiun Ml neiiiieiense. if n teller, must be, requires more than six weeks to marked and stamped hs it travel less than fifty miles lies over that length of time eu .route what may we expect to be the fate of a piece of second class mat, ter a newspaper sometimes? We have ceased to wonder nt the complaints but we shall continue to do all we can to remove the cause. 11 tIor affairs. l'LKSSII.t.S ON MAlttONI Throe hundri'd nnd nineteen Uvea havo been added to the already largo list of those saved owing to the fact that steamships aro now equipped with wlrclebs telegraph nppnpi-tu- s. Tho Ward Lino steamer Mer-rid- u wan struck off tho coat of Capo Charles on May 12th by a fruit strainer, Admiral Karragut. and was bo badly damaged that bo wink a few hours afterward. Thu 313 pasbeng-er- a wore transferred, however, to tho less wounded of tho two bhlps ttronger than ever. which, after preparing lis own wireVisitors must not forget tho Imless station, called fiy aid which was portant exhibits In the Printing Ofn'sioud(d to by th ii battlo ship Iowa fice, Industrial Dultding, Lincoln Hall and tho passenger Bteatner Hamilton. (.ml Library. STANDARD OIL LOSES Tho United Stutes Supremo Court announced, Monday, its long expected decision in tho standard oil case. The company la said to be a monopoly In restraint of trnilo nnd is lu six dissolved bo ordered to I disease. Of courso we are not all of us going to follow Dr. Slucky'u advice at once. Somo of us may have to Rvt pretty sick and scared before we are willing to go to the trouble of living right, but if these truths are pounded In often enough even tho dullest and laziest of us will finally sit ip and take notice. When wo lully appreciate tho fact that carelessndps in these matters Is really criminal per haps wa will be willing to put our tof the trouble of doing plain duty. Wo hope Dr. Stucky may be wld"-- , ly heard In our State where tho information he gives Is bo tadly neceded. our-sives INVADES THE MOUNTAINS Tho Lexington Commercial Club was conveyed ou a special train over the L. & E. on a courting expedition last week. That Is, tho Lexington business men wero out bidding for tho friendship and favor, more especially tho trado of tho merchants alon the road from Lexington to Quicksand In Ureathttt County. From all reports It would seem that tho men aro satisfied with their Iex-lugt- lecoptlon. WHY NOT EVKRYWHEItE Tho Board of Education of tho Lexington city schools has decided to employ a medical Inspector for tho schools noxt year. This is a good movo and ono can only wonder that tho public has been so slow In recos i.lzlng tho benefits to be derived from medical attention to school children. ADDRESSES Theo people of Derea havo ON been TEMPERANCE. blbltlon meets this need since it la tho samo everywhere, East, West, North and South. This can not ho Raid of any of tho other National questions which have ever been up beforo the people. The Tariff, for instance, varies with Latitudo and Longttudo. Second, he felt the need of a simple question. Tho Tariff Is two hundred questions in one, whtlo . tho Prohibition question Is one easily i ndorstood by all. Third, because of tho need of a question In politics that can be settled. Most of tho political Issues cf today aro tho samo as those of tho time of Washington. Fourth, tho need of a Moral question. Many pcoplo say that xnorul Issues should bo kept out of politic.. Hut this is Impossible, slnco eveiy preat question which has attracted and held tho Interest ot tho mas3a it people has had a strong moral bide. A purely economic question is of Interest to only a few. Fifth, Dr. Watkins said further that he Is a Prohibitionist becauso all other methods of dealing with tho liquor traffic havo failed. Liquor consumption In tho United States during tho year 1310 was greater than evor before. Tho license system has failed and tho cobt to tho Hon.J. D. White, Dr. Aaron S. Watkins, and Mr. Louis Fuller Heard by Berea Audiences. , fortunate during tho past week lu iinvlug tho privilege of hearing three I'stlngulshed temperance speakers. Tho first was Hon. John D. White of Manchester, Ky., who is known fur (nd wldo as sn ardent prohibitionist. Ho has represented his people repeatedly in both tho state and national legislatures. Mr. White gavo a very Interesting and helpful talk In tho College Chapel, Wednesday morning. On Saturday evening, Aaron S, Wat-kinof Ada, 0., addressed LL. D o an aprcclatlvo audience In tho chapel. Dr. Watkins is known 1.11 over tho United States as ono of tho btrongebt forces in tho Prohibition Party. Ho has twice had tho honor of being nominated for governor of Ohio on the Prohibition ticket and In 190S was placed on the ticket by j his party of tho for United States. Dr. Watkins umimciaUd tho following reasons that Induced him to become a Prohibitionist: First, he felt tho need of a real general question In politics. Tho question of Pro- s, col-legi JUDGE HOLLIDAY'S HOME BURNS ANOTHER HEALTH APOSTLE Dr. mouths. The couit wH unanimous as to iUo main features of tho doclslon, iM.t Justice Harlan dissented on ouo y t, tho application of tho Sher-ly'- ii anti-trus- t law. Tho decision u tho tobacco cuso was also expected but tho court ovideutiy has not nmdo up Its mind on that subject ct. MRS. TAFT SICK. accompanying Mrs. Taft, while tho ''resident on n speaking tour in New York City nnd Hnrrisburi;, la., was stricken with n recunonco of tho nervous troublo from which she suffered Inst year and waa uniiblo to leavo with tho Prckidont for Harris-bur- s. Tho homo ot Pollco Judgo 0. D. Ilolllday on Jackson St., was completely destroyed by flro about noon yesterday. Tho alarm was bounded ut 11M3, and beforo tho flro department reached tho beeno tho entire building was wrapped In flames. Tho causa of tho flro Is unknown. Mrs, Ilolllday had left her kltctwu and gone to the Ico bouse and thinks sho had not been away more than fio minutes, when returning, sho found tho entire Interior ot tho kitchen ou fire. So rapidly did tho flames spread that almost none of tho furniture wns saved. An effort was made to remove tho piano but Conllujicil mi liftli Jitcr Stucky of Lexington Delivers Two Interesting . Addresses. Derca has been greatly favored tccontly in hearing two famous lee- tutors ou health topics, Dr. Paulson whoso visit . was reported in last week's Issue, nnd Dr. Stuck) of Lex- lngtou. , Since tho discovery by Koch that many diseases aro actually caused by certnln germs nnd that these partlo- cannot occur unless diseases special germs are. present, doc- tors nnd sclontlsts havo been study lug the question of preventing dls- Dr. Stucky, Sunday afternoon and evening, gavo two very defln- this Ito and practical lectures on I bubject. Ho made two main points as follows: no Is First, there effect without a cause. DIseaso Is not a visitation of dl vino providence but j each Infectious disease Is caused by a certain germ and cannot occur when that germ Is absent. Tubercu- losls, typhoid, diphtheria, scarlet ver, measles and many oUier dlseas-the- lr es.aro caused by deflnlto germs and ' ar are therefore preventable Whenev er ono ot theso diseases occurs some-eas- e. body Is nt fault. It Is our duty to to It that when theso diseases occur they aro so handled that tho , It Is repotted that her illness Ii not serious and sho Hill bo back in Washington in a few days. IN HOOSEVKLTS HOLE fiovernor Woodrow Wilson of N'nv Jersey has been Bwluglng around tlio circle in characteristic Itoosevelt fah-iomaking speeches at ovcry turn of tho road, and they aro good speeches too. Somo bay that ho seeks to mako himself President, but what of that when ho heralds n new political era? Ills utterances for tho nation ring llko Judge O'ltear's for Ken- 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. Come up and have 'a look at the New Store. government directly and indirectly n, tucky. OHIO A AGAIN llttlo higher up now wo point tho fingers of scorn, nnd to think it is Ohio. Adams County gavo tho world an unparalleled oxamplo of bribery nnd corruption In elections. tho want of character, principle nnd patriotism in the electorate and now the Grand Jury is showing tho sumo condition to exist in tho Ohio Legislature both IContlniitd on fifth ' WELCH'S and "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE" ! from tho sale of liquor has amounted tc tho rovenuo recolved by llcen.v) many times over. Tho great tendency Is for tho liquor men to center In largo cities and do a tremendous mall order business. Tho railroads not only have tho permission cf tho government to carry this comrnod-I'lbut aro positively commanded by tho law to do so, oven against 'the will of the railroad officials. Somo people object to Prohibition jOii the ground that it tends to destroy "personal liberty." But one man's personal liberty ends just when) tho iuterest ot society begins. Other things being equal tho interest and rights of one mnn are neither more nor less than thoso of any other sin gle Individual. Hut when tbo Interests ut one man run counter to thoso nt organized society there is but ouo y, Continued iu fifth par Page Two THE CITIZEN o KNIQHTS May 18, 1911 Or MACCABEES. EROSION IN THE SOUTHERN PALACHIANS. AP- A fmlly newspaper "l The Citizen for alt that U right MANUFACTURES Census IN KENTUCKY. MER DAN WINS Ky. true and interesting. 'ubll-h- HEAVY HAIL KILLS LAMBS AND KIDS. oery ThuixUy at KENTUCKY DERBY BEREA PUBLISHING CO. !ncfrponitrl( J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. Smith's Grove. A heavy rain fell here which later turned Into hall. At Friendship It hailed so nnd pigs were killed, Subscription RMc Governor Grav Ran Second and Colston Took Third hard that young goats, lambs Several plant beds were mash- - , PAYAtlLB IN ADVANCE. One year , tloo ANOTHER TRACK RECORD BROKEN ) .. Hlx Months 3S Thrr Months or Express Churchill Downs Was Crowded With 9nd money by Money Onl-r- , Drntl, Horsemen and Thirty Thousand or one and two crnt stnmim. Throats Greeted the Winner your lumn on WiN-- l Th date alter With Loud Hurrahs. shows to wh-- date your mlrcrltrtlm In jUrt. If it I not dianttil wlthtn thiw WfM niter renewal notify nr. 0 I,ouisvilIe. Ilcforo a crowd of numbers will bo gladly mirpHnl If ww oro notified. people Meridian, It. F. Carman Fin prvmlums chmp, wtth nw ami promt renewals. for stnko horse, captured the Kentucky I'remjum Ut. Derby, the principal event an western n Liberal Irnin rtvt-- to any one who ob- tain new mitMcriptionit for in. Any on racing circles. A length behind the ndttu: u four yearly suiworlptloin can son of Broomstick wan the favorite rrortve Tho ltixm frv--i for 1ItimX for and Governor Gray, but one year. the Garry Hermann colt was unable Advertising rate on application. to get up In the stretch run as he has done In the past. NKltflETl OF Had Governor Gray been given a good ride there would have been a different tale to tell. Jockey Troxler took the Amer ican Derby winner nil over the field nfter getting decidedly the worst of the start, nnd that the colt finished second is considered remarkable. sTENTOClCY MlKi8 ASSOCIATION. Colston, which was favored by many and which went to the post After all, what woman would want heavily backed, finished third. to wear a harem skirt It It did not When the time was hung out for attract a crowd? the race It was seen that another track record had been made, which A fashionable young Hoston woman only added to the laurels of the Car has learned to saw wood, but she has man colt. He covered the mile and a cot learned to say nothing. quarter In 2:05 flat, running tho first mile In l:r.9 flat. Early In the race anyone who lives a At all events, the dizzy pace set was realized year In Heno In order to get a divorce it tho crack tha by eastern horse would Is entitled to tome recompense). cause all but Governor Gray to drop back. Hound the World, winner of the A fculptor named Ilutensky is com Derby and Oaks, attng to the front You can't keep a Juarez to hang on Juarezdid stick tempted and it man with that name In the rear. out for a mile, but the Yankee (Illy soon tired. Colston hung on gamely boy New York has a in third place the entire distance, but with a suicidal mania. Possibly he has he plainly showed the effects of his rend the theory that the good die hard race. young. Meridian pot away In fron. when Mars Cassidy released the What an awful thing It would be it Starter webbing. the son In whom your hopes are cen tercd were to grow up to be a college KENTUCKY KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. ' professor. Powt-oljlc- o HeKl-rtwvr, Mis-sln35,-00d ed nnd plnnts looked as though the beds had been Stamped. Wheat Is damaged a great deal. One farmer estimated It at ns much as half ruined. BANKERS Louisville MEET. Men AJdrets Gathering at Wt.lton. Fulton. The third annual meeting ot Group Six ot the Kentucky Hankers' association was held here and had an attendance of nearly 100. As It was the first meeting of the group system in the state this year Its success was looked forward to with considerable Interest The address of welcome was made by J. G. Tomlln, of Wnlton, and responded to by C. B. Ford, of the Fifth-ThirNational bank of Cincinnati Kennedy Helm, of Ixtulsvllle, made an address on bank lawn, and Arch II. Davis, of Louisville, state secretary, on Kentucky Hankers association. The officers elected for the ensuing year were: I). H. Wallace, Walton, A. M. lJirkin. Now-por- t, vice prei-lden- secretary-treasurer- ; F. Hermes. Covington; executive comThe drug store of Samuel M mittee. E. S. Clark, Falmouth; D. U the ground floor of the buildHell, lied ford, aud Ed Zelsz, Covingings and he est!mnte his lass at ton. $3,000. The building was damaged to the extent ot about 4.0U0, and tho Lyre theater ..iffered n $1,000 loss. The loss is partlsllr covered by Insurance. A spark from a passenger engif.e Is believed to have xtartcd n lire in a stable of the Falls City Hrewing Co., causing a lo.xs of about $4,000. brick The stable was a bnilding, but when the roof caught fire the bay, yeast nnd grain stored story became a mass ot in the flames. Six horses and all ot the harness In the stable that wa. destroyed were rescued. The loss Is covrred by insurance. t two-stor- y J. Report United States Geological in Shows Extensive Destruction Mnysvllle. The state convention of Areas Constituting the Mountain the Knights of tho Maccabees ot tho Headwaters of Important Eastern World terminated here with a banRivers. quet. Supreme Commander Mnrkey, ot Detroit! State Commander Elklns, Frankfort. A report on an exof Lexington; Stnto Keeord Keeper ploration In the Southern AppalachTanner and many others, high In tho georder, were present, and took part ians, by Ij. C. Glenn, professor of ology In Vnnderbllt university, Just In the Initiation ceremonies. Following Is n list of the new state com published by tho United States Geological Survey, is n timely contribumnndery; wide State commander, M. F. Elklns, tion to n subject now engaging Lexington; past state, commander, J. public attention. It plnces In the If. Hrunner, Mt. Sterling; lliutetiant hands of those interested in the best commander, John W. Lancaster, Lex- Utilization of the great Appalachian ington; state record keeper, K. J. Tan- watershed tho most authentic anil dener, McKlnney, Ky.; chaplain, J. T. tailed Information yet presented on Yager, tagrnnge; physician, Dr. E. H. tho subject, representing as It does the results of expert field InvestigaPendleton, Hartford; master-at-armJ. C. Ilobinson, Junction City; ser- tion. A Story of Ruined Lands. geant, It. H. Cooper, Plkcvillc; first The purpose of Prof. Glenn's study secM. O., K. F. Powers, Crestwood; ond M. (1.. W. F. C.rlgsby. Springfield; was to note the extent nnd the effects sentinel, John Hnnntier, Covington; and so far as possible the causes of picket. C. G. Woodnll, Science Hill; erosion In the region exnmlned nnd to deterrolno the means of preventing ., sup. rep., W. A. Glnn, Ashland; unwise Geo. 11. Spencer, Carlile; sup the widespread evil results of nits., J. It. Cook, Somerset, and ('. A. agriculture anil lumbering. Accordingly, he traveled from stream valley Hess, Louisville. to stream valley through the southern mountains, noting and recording FALLS CITY HAS TWO FIRES. with great exnctnens hillside ami side wash and wwir, soil Losses Approximate $12,000 With mountain by gullying and soil burial removal Ample Insurance. nnd by overwash, stream clogging origin stream overflow, tho filling of mill Louisville. Fire of unknown wrecking of dams and burned out the Interior of the three-stor- y ponds nnd the bridges, nnd numerous other evils brick building occupied by n are attributed by many observcolored lodge of Odd Fellows. The that In largo deforers. iart. to loss is estimated at $8,000. attempts sup-rep- State Convention at Maytvllle Banquet and Election of Officers. Bureau's ma ry Concerning Preliminary Sum. the State. The Oklahoma woman who has thlr teen sons, all under 5 years ot age, probably alto has her hands full most of the time. Angeles man drank carbolic A acid, cut his throat and jumped from a skyscraper. If a thing Is worth do ing it's worth doing well. An Illinois youth has been barred from enlistment In the navy because he has large ears. Is beauty one of the requirements in our navy? it rout 1.125 Hvm to die Pennsvl vanla coal last year. The Inventors who arc going to get us our neat di rect from the sun should Irony up. A dealer has been fined $500 for sell lng loaded dice. leaded dice are use less, anvwav. as the Industrious man ran lose enough with the straight Sixty-fourt- h Annual Even Conclave Expect- ed Largest In History. more than the usual interest attaches to the annual conclave of the Kentucky Grand Lexington. JERKED TO DEATH. kind. It develops that the Cotbam police rail the record of complaints from rttlzens, the squeal book. Which is facetious but hardly reassuring to the citizens. A protest Is being made In England sgalnst the tone of British novels. This ought to be Just the boost to business that the publishers have been looking for. Commander, Knights Templar, which will be held in this city beginning May 1C, on account of the fact that It was in Lexington nearly 100 years ago that the first Knights Templar encampment, as the commanderies were then called, wns planted In the West. The grand commanders whom Lexington has furnished to the Grand Commandery of Kentucky are David S. Goodloe, Caleb J. Sanders, David J. Ayres, Henry It. Or.--, William II. Warren, D. Vertner Johnson and the present grand commander, John G. Cramer. Thib will be the annual concluvo of the Grand Commandery of Kentucky, and It Is believed by the committee In charge of tho arrange ments here that the largest number ot Knights who have ever attended a conclave In this state will be in attendance. sixty-fourth INTEREST ON CITY DEPOSITS. I?' Ltxington. Mayor John Skaln is proud of the fact that he Is the first mayor of Lexington to securo payment ot interest on the city's bank deposits. Mayor Skaln has Just conwith the cluded an arrangement Statistics show that 1.578 persons l'hoenix-ThlrNational , bank by are carried on the Chicago which the city Is to receive 3 per a minute traction lines. They are not all on cent Interest on Its deposits, the sink one car, (hough sometimes it seems as ing fund dally balance to bu used ns If they were. the basis of computation. A university professor of Chicago Farm Values. sn)s that detective stories are good Washington Tho value of wealth rures for seasickness. This leaves produced on farms of the United something of a hiatus In uses for ths States was $8,926,000,000 during 1910, higher literature. its estimated by the department of agriculture In a statement Just isTen cents a day Is enough for sued. This Is an Increase of food." opines Prof. Henderson of Harover 1909. vard, but we doubt whether the proTexas, with her 10.000 ncres of cot Is one ot those who practice ton, fessor wrested from Illinois during 1910 what they preach. the honor of being the first state of the Union In value of principal farm One of New England's many preach- crops, which aggregated $364,110,000. ers makes the announcement that American women have ceased to blush. ah in the Use. Why should any woman ever Pout! Even the best things, ill used, beblush at what a good preacher says come evils, and. rontrarily, tbu worst to her? things used well prove good. A good tongue used to deceit; a good wit Emperor William Is to have forty au- used tc defend error; a strong arm to tomobiles during the ensuing Mason, murder; authority to oppress: u good but even as King of Prussia and Em- profession to dlisemble; are all evil. peror of Germany he will be unable Even God's own word Is the sword of to rldo In more than one ot his autothe spirit, which. If It kills not our vices, kills our souls. mobiles at a time. Contrariwise (as poisons are used to wholesome Gotham telephone authorities assert medicines), afflictions and sins, by a that there is little profanity now or good use. prove so gainful as nothing rude language used over the tele- morn. Words are as they aro taken, xituj. phone. Possibly and paradoxically, and things are as they ui are even cursed blessings.- -. the profanity and rude language are Tht-rd $104.-000.00- 0 I.oulrtvillc, Enpiged in repairing tho elevator of the Gast, Crofts & Co. pickle factory Joseph Tinker, 28, crushed to death when the rope at the bottom of the car, which held tho elevator In place, became looscncvl. The car was even with the first floor at the time, and Tlnl.er, who ROBERT A. COOK. Newly Appointed Assistant Secretary wan on top, grasped the cable and wan Jerked upward to the cupola. His of State. head struck the top, rendering him uncontclous. He fell to the floor, a A LENGTHY MORTGAGE. distance of four stories. Louisville & Nashville Instrument SeTO INSPECT CHILDREN. cures Over Two Millions. Lexington. At u meeting ot tho Lexington. Probably the longest school board a resolution watt pattsed and largest mortgage that has ever providing for a medical Inspection for been filed in Fayette county In an the city .public schools to be elected Indenture given by the Louisville and begin his duties at the opening Property Co. to the Louisville & of the next school year In September. Nashville It all road Co. to secure an The report shown 11,185 children ot Indebtedness 'ot $2,050,591.16, nnd is school nge, of which 5,704 are white executed as of the date of February and 5.421 negroes. A resolution was 1, 1908, to secure an issue of passed declaring a holiday on Wed4 per cent gold bonds. The mortgage nesday. May 17, in honor of the recites that the railroad company has Knights Templar conclave. loaned money and advanced sums to the amount of the consideration WILLARD BANK CLOSED. stated and the mortgage covers prop erties In 20 counties In Kentucky and Alleged Shortage of $14,000 Found By Examiner Snyder. also some In Alabama. As the mortgage covers realty it must be recordGrayton. Kentucky Hank Examined in each county in which any real property Included Is located and the er Snyder closed the Hank of Wlllard certificates of record are printed and otter examining and finding a shortage of $14,000. It In alleged. The bound with the volume. bank was established seven years ago with capital of $l.ri,000. StockCRUSHED BY TREE. holders claim depositors will be paid null Elevator Repairer I Fatally Hurt at Pickle Factory. and $43,00o In 1904. The salaries anil wngen amounted to $37,491,000 lu 1909 and $30,310,000 In 1904, nn increase of $7,181,000, or 24 per cent. The number of salaried olTtcin's and clerks wns 8,610 In 1909 and tv 85.1 in 1904, an Increase of 2,757, or 47 jxt cent. money. The nverago number of The report is published ns Profesemployed during Ute year was sional Paper 72 of tho United Stateo Geological Survey, nnd can 1 had 65,401 lu 1909. and 59.794 In 1904, ni 5,607, or 9 per cent. free by applying to the director of Increase of the Survey at Washington. It conFIRE PROTECTION. sists of 13.1 pages aud Is illustrated plates. by maps and half-ton1909 wage-cam-c- to estation nnd Injudicious slopes that are not adapted to agriculture. Investigations Made in Eight States. Prof. Glenn's studies Included iwrts Pennsylvania. Virof eight state ginia. West Virginia, North Carolina, tiouth Carolina, Georgia. Tennessee, and Alabama. In the course of the study It was noted that steep slopes formed of certnln rocks conld be safely cultivated, but that others, no steeper, composed of other, different rocks were cultivated with disastrous results. Observations were made of countless gaping chasms started In steep hillsides by the drag of logs "linnked' down from timbered hilltops chasms that cave and throw down timber and cause the wash of masses of gravel nnd cobblestones over fertile valley lands below. Hars and shallows formed In navigable streams by sand and gravel loosened far upstream by agricultural and forestry malpractice were noted at hundreds of places and ure speclllcally mentioned In the rcort. Agriculture and Forestry Involved. According to Prof. Glenn the problems thus studied geologically must find their solution In methods that relate largely to forestry and to agriculture. The agricultural problem involves the selection of the areas bent suited for agriculture becnURe of fertility and character of soil nnd moderate slope of surface und the study of the ways In which such areas may best be handled to prevent thrlr own destruction through erosion, as well as the destruction of other lands and property by the waste material they dcKslt and the Hoods they help to generate. steep Tho forester would prot-c- t slopes by keeping them clothed with timber, coax hack tree growth on denuded areas, keep down forest tires, protect and perictuate tho supply of hard wood, protect the game and fish and enhance the beauty and charm of Hie region as a health and pleasure rexort, as well as prevent the navigable streams that How from these mountains from filling up with the sand and slit whose removal Is annually large sums of cultttate Wsshlngtou. A preliminary state-men- t of the geticrnl results) of the Thirteenth United HLiles Censiin of Manufactures of the stnto of has been Issued by Acting t'er, mis Director Falkner. It Includes n summary comparing the figures for 1904 and 1909, by stato totals, under the direction of Mr. Win, M. Steuart, chief statistician for bureau of tho census. Tho figures are preliminary nnd subject to such revision as may be neces snry after a further examination nt the original reports. Tho Thirteenth Census, like that of 1904, differs from tho Twelfth Census In 1900, with reference to manufacture, In thnt the two later censuses excluded the hand and the building trades and the neighborhood Indus tries, nnd took nccount only of establishments conducted under the factory system. In the lost census, also, us In that for 1904, statistics were not collected for factories having n product for tlfl census year of a viilun less thnn $G00, except where reports were taken for establishments Idle during a portion of tho year 1909, or which begnn operation In that year, and whose products, therefore, were less than $500. The Rates of Increase. Tho summary for tho state shows Increase in nil the Items nt tho cen sun of 1909, as compared with that for 1904. These am exhibited, In percentage order, ns follows: expenses, 1&3 per Miscellaneous cent; value added by manufacture. S3 per cent; number of salaried ofR of clals and clerks, 47 per cunt, products. 40 per cent; primary horsepower, 32 per cent; cost of materials used, 29 per cent; number of establishments, 28 per cent; salaries and wages, 24 iter cent; capital, 17 per cent, and uverago number of employed during the year. t per rent. There were 4,776 manufacturing es tMbllsbments In 1909 and 3,734 lit 1904. an Increase of 1.042, or 28 per Ken-Mickpre-parewnge-earner- s cent. The capital Invented, as rctorted In a gain ol $172,779,000, 1909, was $2.1.497.000. or 17 iter cent, over $147. 2S2.000 In 1904. Tho nvemge capital per establishment wus approximately $36,000 In 1909 nnd $39,000 In this connection It should lu 1904 be stated that In the census schedule the Inconcerning capital Invested quiry culls for the' total amount, both owned nnd borrowed and Invested In the business, but does not Include the value of rented property, plant, or was employed In equipment which the conduct of manufacturing enterprises. The cost of materials used was $111,779.00(1 In 1909, as against In 1904, an lltcrrnso of $25 2.14,O0. or 29 per cent. The average cost of materials per establishment whs approximately $23,000 In 1909 and In 1904. In addition to materials which cuter into the products of tho establishments eluded fuel, rent of jsiwcr and heal, nnd mill supplies. Value of Products. The value of products was $159,764,000 in In 1909 nnd 1904, an Increase of $64,000,000, or 40 per cent. The nverago per establishment was approximately $47,000 in for the census year there are In 0 Lancaster Boy Meets Death in Pecu liar Manner. Lancaster, Ky. Walter E., the 7- year-olson of Mr. and .Mrs. Walter Fain, met death by an unusual acci dent. Mr. Fain was sawing a tree Into sections that had been uprooted by a storm. The little lad, unknown to tho father, had crawled into the bole left by the upturned roots, and ns this masslvo section was severed by Mr. Pain's saw and fell back Into Its former place, tho whole masb fell upon the boy and crushed him lifed in full. WINS HONORS. Scottsville less. Maine Raising Begins May 20. Havana. Notwlthstandinir the re cent mlshan to the mammoth coffer. dam around the battleship Maine, the army engineers who are raising the ship, expect to begin pumping out the ater on May 20. Five feet of water ill lu, lUltrimMl miff nnd lh,m iiumttlnt- operations wilt cease for ten days to test the cofferdam against the Immense pressure of surrounding water. If It holds, pumping will be resumed. FINE HORSES BURNED. when tho wire Is busy, A Bishop Hall. It. Y. Franklin. Congressman Thomas has secured the jxhltIon ot Perry vlllc. The following Item conSoottfcville. This little city, which r assistant doorkeeM-- ot the house for cerning a grandson of Mr. .1. 11. Minor, wns visited by a disastrous Are, is mak L. Creckmur, of Scottsville. The ap- is taken train the Douglas Tribune, of lng preparations to organize a mow pointee was a former citizen ot Simp- Douglas, Kan.. Carlisle Minor was efficient Are department. son county. debate inner in the The city was visited by a dlRastrout it the K. I". The K. V. team not only blaze, caused either from a burning Refined Torture non the honois. but It wits Carlisle!! dash pile or sitarks from tho Scotls-vlll- c The question of lbs rebuttal aigunieni that saved the day. j mill, which set tiro to the large meanest man had found its way lota barn ot Dr. J. E. Pace, burning two the conversation. FARMERS FELL OUT. hue horses and tho contents of the "The meanest man on earth." albarn. The sparks from tho bunting leged Jones, "lives Id Philadelphia Uruwiirvllle- - An altercation took structure blew to the Allen Count City of Iirotherly Ixive. He resides In place between Webb Hay ami Ed Hank home, occupied by tho cashier, an apartment hotel. His bedroom winwhen Kay was A. II. Gardner, totally destroying It. dow gives upon a court which Is pos- Coatcs on Green river, building wa destroyed, sessed ot terrific pcoustlc properties. badly cut by Coated In tho side, near Hefore the the heart. They were neighbors, and sttarks blew to the hnndsoino homo nl This meanest msn snores. With tn Senator Tibbls Carienter, whero hN coming of spring sleepera In the court It Is alleged thnt Hay rut down a trc-r opened wider their window's. Bo did near the division line. They met and wife's body was lying a corpse. hotel was badly burned, email Coates asked him why ho destroyed mean man' the the accomplished s norer. His suffered. the tree, each cluiming the ownership. lng a loss of $5,000. Tho Carpenter-Den- t Drug Co. was partially destroyed. They begged him to desist. Now what do you think be did?" Possibilities of Sakhalin. Nobody guessed. Japanese Investigators have proved Chines Vaccination. "lie rigged up a megaphone, caused that the southern half ot tho Island of A against form ot vaccination It to project Into tbn open court, and Baklialln Is a good winter wheat counsmallpox has been practiced by the try. nored Into It all night. " Chinese since ancient times. y fellow-tenant- Has a Live Topic For Public Betterment. r C. S. O. LOSES TWO CASES. practical Joker applied n lighted match to it load ot hay In East Lynn, Owingsville. In the Until circuit the gigantic Mess., nnd achieved stroke of humor of burning up four court J. J. iMcy, udmlnlulraior of buildings. lie made a bigger hit than George Williams, vvus given n verdict most of his jocose tribe. of $2,500 iigalnst the C. 4-- O. railway for the death of Williams. Lacy sued severely for $8,000. The road also lost the A New York Judge has Vandcrbllt criticised Cornelius case ot Mrs. Jiimoi Muntjoy, who he crossed his legs In the court room. Mr. Vanderblit should respect- sued for damages fur the killing of fully content himself with tho twid- her husband by a freight train, Mrs. dling of his thumbs or the twisting ot Mont Joy giitl.ig u verdict of t,)W. bit mustache. The roud "111 upi'vul both catu.. The official program annual council of tho Episcopal Diocese of Kentucky, which will Training Stables at Mt. Olivet Go Up bu held lit the Church of tho Advent, In Flames. Muy 30 to 31 inclusive, bus been given out. Some of the most active workMt. Olivet. The .Uhbury and An ers In the Episcopal church In and derson training stables caught fire out ot the stutn will bo present. lit tin-- hayloft and the building, toWAREHOUSE BURNED. gether with 15 or 20 head of fine Leilngton. The building ut Mill shot horses and MallioiiK were burn- and Water streets, owned by the ed to death. The loss Is near $20,000. Hank estate and occupied as a wuru Thr beautiful show mare Smart, val- house by E. L. Murcih und others, wai destroyed by tire, Lsb, $21,00". ued it $1,000, was lost. Louisville. 83d for the l)r and Mrs. 1 D. Knotl Lebanon. narrowly escaped being dangerously hurt while en route to Hnidfordsvillo. When u short distance from town tho horse they were driving became frightened at a steam road roller, nnd, wheeling suddenly, overturned tho buggy. Hoth Dr, and Mrs. Knott were thrown out. Hoth received n number ot painful wounds. A Ixiulsvlllo will get the annual en campment of the Kentucky nntlonnl guard for 1911. This was determined on by Adjt.-Gcti- . Johnston, who says the Inlerested parties there have agreed to meet the requirements ot tho statu depatmeut. The camp will be held during July, Healthy Spot In Europe. The-- vlllago ot Aumone In France Is tald to bo tbo healthiest placo In Europe. It has only 40 Inhabitants, 2$ Rights of French Husbands. Frenchman may obtain a divorce-I- t his wife goes on the stage with- ot whom are over eighty years old, and one It over one hundred. out bis con sect. Maj 18, 1911 fare THE CITIZEN They are submit' certain products, although It may pro- gram I heard the Governor presentduce others to help. For oxamplo: ing mo to the meeting for an Potatoes In Maine; peaches in DelaTho Governor knew my views ware; corn in Illinois, Iowa Ne- on tho situation, for at his Instance I braska and Missouri; cotton In tho hfld had several conferences with him Carolina.', Georgia, Mississippi and on tho subJecL Texas; sugar In I.aullana; oranges I said In tho speech that tho Govin Florida and lower California, and ernor was to bo commended for his other fruits In northern California, efforts to restore peaco and to proOregon and Washington. Kontucky tect llfo and property, as well as to years, enacted them, or at can produco all of theso things ex- bring to punishment the violators of last ton least somo of thorn, Into statutes in cept oranges. Ilut wo can neither tho law. Hut I further said that In my Kentucky, Also strange that in no produce enough to sustain tho com- opinion the disorders wcrt symptomplatform adopted by that party in this merce of the State, nor to affect tho atic; that they reflected tho feeling of Stato has any of theso planks, unless markets. resentment of many growors that they It bo that of electing United States Tobacco Kentucky's Distinctive Crop. had suffered long oppression and that Senators by popular vote, been incortho law had not afforded them any The ono article wo can and do pro- remedy; that tho surest way to preporated duce over and above all tho rest of vent similar outbreaks was to remove On tho other hand, such distinguished Republicans as Iloosevclt, tho world Is tobacco. At fair prices the causo of them; that tho growers would rcallzo probably could not bo convinced that they wero Hcverldgo, Dolllver, Cummins, La Toi- tho crop million dollars a year. not being outrageously oppressed by lette, Iiourne and others scarcely leas thlrty-flvknown havo persistently for years Klghty thousand peoplo in Kentucky threats of punishment that you could engaged In its production. not push an idea through ail been advocating them, and the great are counties grow It extenRepublican States of, Minnesota, Iowa, Sovcnty-flvhead with a bayonot. ) said that It was lawlessness that Kansas, Washington, Oregon and Cali- sively. It is tho principal money crop of the farmers of the Stato where It produced lawlessness; that tho remfornia havo adopted them In the main is grown. It cannot bo used until It edy for tho growers was a resort to In their constitutions or statutes. Hut It matters not so much where passes through some process of man- the law; and that If the State would they came from. Tho question Is: ufacture. The Federal government use Us power also to punish tho lawAre they safo policies to bo adopted lays a tax on Us manufacture. Tuo less trust, there would bo found n this State, and do they promise the regulations are stringent and severe. enough vlrtuo in tho law of this State not only the best guaranty of good government for Our tobaccos supply commodity con- to bring adequato redress. major part of the o I did not criticise the Governor for tho peoplo? 1 think they do. I of them to my party as sound Re- sumed in the United States, but to- his efforts to suppress tho lawless cletho world, particularly of chewing ment among tho growers. Ilut I did publican doctrine. It is not intended, say that all tho growers were not lawof course, to dictate to It its platform. bacco. The manufacturers somo years ago breakers, nor were they In sympathy I am telling the public what I stand combined their plants and capital, so with lawlessness; that the great mafor. It It suits them they will be safe In nominating inc. It It does not suit that practically all of them were jority of them were a peaceful, people, and the welfare thorn they wilt bo spared tho ordeal merged into one gigantic concern. was de- and good reputation thattho Stato reof of having to choose between i candi- Thus competition in buying stroyed, and the farmers bad to sell quired it to protect its peaceable citidate of unknown views or. their ticket at their single purchaser's price, or zens in their rights and property, as and a candidate of known views, per- quit. The result was that prices were welt as to protect tho stranger within haps, on somo other ticket. It what to less than the cost of pro- our gates. I urged that both offenders, I stand for does not suit my party reduced tho they can and should deny mo the duction. Tho loss entailed on mil- the trust and tho night riders, ba twenty called to account by the law. nomination while It Is yet in their con- Stnto was not less than lions a year. trol, and place It on one more in acTho farmers tried various ways of Stands by Every Word He Spoke. cord with their views. getting at the trouble to overcome it. I do not prcsumo to recall tho Invites Inspection of Public Career. Anti-trus- t legislation was enacted. In submitting my candidacy to the Conditions remained the same. Final- wordB, but that Is the substanco of the sicech. Republicans of the Stato for tho nomi- ly, after great agitation and after sev- am willing And upon that record I to stand. nation for the olllco of Governor, I eral futile attempts, the farmers orNo, tho fact is, when you hear anyhavo chosen this place and time for as ganized a selling pool, whereby they full a public statement as seemed nec- would bo enabled to present a single one say that my speech at the tobacco essary to now make. It is in order seller as against a slngto buyer. The meeting disqualifies me from being that you mny have before you what I tobacco trust fought their efforts bit- Governor, If you will scratch his back, thin stand for and what I propose. I real- terly. They sought by every concelv-abl- o under abo ono veneering you will find of two things: cither a method to disrupt and destroy him to ize, however, that In addition one's man opposed to the county unit, or ono public career, as well as private, will the fanners' pool. The farmers had two crops In theso In tho employ of tho tobacco trust or be and ought to be closely scrutinized by tho voters before giving him such pools unsold, 190S and 1907. The soma allied Interest Or, you will find trust was holding out, refusing to buy he has been Imposed on by some such a nomination. My public career hits been almost from the pool. It was their purposo person, and bis Judgment warped by entirely on tho bench, and for about to starve, tho farmers into a surren- untrue and unwarranted statements. cloven years on tho Court of Appeals der. Views on Enforcement of Law. In the midst of It, there came, tho of your State. The published opinions of that court (and all of them are pub- money panic of 1907. Credit was alIt Is Intimated by some, though not lished) aro accessible and available ready strained. It looked like the believed In by any, I Imagine, that I I have endeavored to farmers would lose for lack of means am not In favor of tho enforcement to everybody. interpret the law In Its spirit, nnd ac- to sustain them. They then tried the of the law. No violator of tho law, cording to the accepted precedents. I tactics of their competitor. They de- hnwover, whoso caso has como before can claim no personal credit for any- termined to try the starving process mo as a Judge, says that. Unless the thing good that has been written for themselves by cutting out the crop of law Is supreme and Is fairly and Justly tho Court, whether or not 1 wrote it. 1905. enforced, our government can not It was necessarily the notion of tho I At this crisis, simple In its plain stand, for it is only a government of In every- - Instance repre- and brief telling, but Intense In Inter- law the law alone is supreme. Court, and sents the Judgment of at least a ma- est and feeling at tho time, a mob enHut I am for tho Impartial enforcejority of the body. Furthermore, opin- tered this city and destroyed ware- ment of the law, against tho mighty ions of that court aro not written for houses and other property. Ono or and intelligent as well as political pur(o3es, and are, I am proud nioro persons were killed In the against tho ignorant may swayed by ordered his passion. Ho is to say, written without regard to poli- melee. Governor Heckham with troops to Hopklnsvllle to preserve tho tho spirit of tho law who thinks It tics. Hut If In any opinion which I wroto public peaco and protect life and prop- - Is an cnglno of punishment only, a you II ml anything Indicating that I , crty. means of vengeance. Tho end and would bo unsound as Governor of the ' This was tho situation when Gov-- J purpose of all criminal law, and Its t State, you are at liberty to charge it craoi- Wlllson came Into office. It main Justification, Is that It may to mo personally, for all that I havo I was. Indeed, a grave situation. More crime and wrong. ' trouble and In other quarters was Ho enforces tho law best who exethere said I believed was tho law of I ho land. It correctly represents my feared. How to wisely handle the cutes It so as to prevent wrong. Ho was a most difficult ques- would govern best who would mainviews at the time, and I do not now situation recall that I havo changed them, tion. tain a state of peace and tranquility, though I always reserve the right to Governor Wlllson Calls Conference. rather than he who foments disturbin any sense claim learn, and do not Tlio Governor 'called a meeting of ances and thou punishes the people ha I am free from error. that tobacco growers. Insurance men and has suffered to be moved to wrath and Speech at Tobacco Conference. representatives of the tobacco trust excess. I abhor the mob spirit which Is tho It can not have escaped you that I at Frankfort, which convened in De- spirit of wreaking vengeance. It is been subjected to rather caustic cember of 1907. I understood it was have of the baser nature of man. Our criticism In certain quarters because for the purpose of conferring, to born statutes against It are severe not of my attitude on the tobacco situa- agree, If possible, upon terms by too severe. I wish they could be more tion In Kentucky. Some people havo which the trust would tako over tho strictly enforced. Hut thoso statutes, gone so far as to say, and some few pooled tobacco at some satisfactory be enforced by others, Republicans have said, that one hold- price, and tho farmers to then like all authority. must present that is At t of the lawful ing such opinion as I expressed on a abandon tho threatened through tho Circuit Courts, and by memorable occasion during the storm- 1908 crop, thereby relieving the tense of the county officials. iest period of those troubles, was un- situation, when It was believed nor ineana I would favor tho vesting of power lit to bo Governor of the State, and mal conditions would be resumed. any I was present at this conference as with tho Governor to suspend that It would be a calamity to nomiolllcer, until his caso could be a spectator. There wero probably live peaco by nate or elect me. the Senate, who suffered a tried I do not Intend here to explain or hundred growers present, many of mob to take life or destroy property defend what was said by mo on that whom I knew personally, and know to In Ms Jurisdiction, and If I am elected I merely intend to state bo citizens of tho most Irreproachable occasion. such power Is given me what was said, nnd how It was led up character and standing. Tho trust Governor and It sternly. I will execute to. It my position was then unsound, liad several representatives present. I am unsound, for I have not changed The Insurance peoplo were representThe Kentucky He Hopes to See. my opinion one whit. On the contrary, ed. The Insurance Commissioner was I want to see this people prosperous, its correctness in confirmed In my present and acted as secretary of tho happy and progressive, taking the part meeting. Judgment. tho Tho Governor presided and ad- due from a vlrllo raco IInwant affairs Situation at That Time. great country- to seo dressed tho meeting at length several of our sons and daughters equipped, To recall tho situation briefly to limes. Tho comments at the morning their your recollection: As you know, Ken- session had been severe not too se- trained and qualified for tho highest tucky is an agricultural Btate, and vere against tho night riders, and competitions In life; I want to see tho prestige of tho old Commonwealth reslnco tho war has been nothing else urged upon tho growers to In the main. Whatever affects the with the olllcers of the law In direct- stored; I want to seo tho old homeagricultural class of our population ing and punishing tho lawless band steads repaired, refurnished and affects tho welfare of tho whole State. that had destroyed property at Hop- abound In those good things that gavo tho name Kentucky Its charm as a All writers on political economy ngree klnsvllle. whole-soulethat tho basis of wealth of any Stato Unfortunately nothing occurred in- synonym ofI want to sec hospitality; Is agriculture. It is peculiarly true of dicating n purposo or prospect and am willof the to this end Kentucky. Hut In growing corn, wheat interested parties getting togotlier on ing to help produce the conditions and oats wo da so lu competition with n basis of settling tho pendlpg ques- where Kentucky's products will be the new fortllo lands, acquired at a tion, which was whether tho trust protected and encouraged by Kencheap price, in tho new States west would buy tho tobacco In the pool at tucky; when her schools will equal the best and suffice for tho moral and Inand nprthwest, where they raise more any price. . to tho acre, at less cost. Hence, they tellectual training of all her youthful Called Upon to Speak. systom perfected from the ktndergar-tc- r set the prices of those commodities Judge O'Rear At tho afternoon session I was reto the Stato University; when It and wo must meet their prices, and what is a profitable price to them is quested by tho Insurance Commission- will no longer be true that C8 per cent, er to make a speech to the audience. of hnr white children are not in ata losing ono to us. Fat meat stock depends in value on I declined upon tho ground that I had tendance upon any school, but when tho prices of grain. Hence, they, too, not thought out anything to say, and all will bo there; when her roads will control that market, at least, tho mar-ko- t furthermore, being Chief Justlco of afford safo, comfortable and cheap Bet for them Is tho gauge by tho State, It was perhaps of doubtful travel to her people; when hor tax system will be equal and fair, and not which wo must sell. Tho result Is, propriety for mo to say anything. grain raising and live stock in KenTho matter was submitted to tho oppressive upon any Industry; when tucky are not profitable. True, they Governor. I understood him to con- her laws will be respected and enAt bis request, forced nt home by enlightened public nro necessarily followed, and, In tho cur In my views. aggregate, extensively. Hut we do though, I took a seat in the stand sentiment. When the people rule I shall expect not aud can not make much headway nenr htm. producing those commodities nloue. It seems now there must have been ' these things, for I have unbounded You have observed that nearly somo misunderstanding, for before I faith yet In the ''eople, In uielr good every bwuiitv is peculiarly adapted to was awaro of any change in tbo pro sense and good purpose. ted for your reflection and Judgment It has boon said they are Democratic policies. Strange, then, that no Democratic candidate for Governor either now on the track or withdrawn, mentioned any of them In his announcement, or In any speech mado by him. Also, strango that that party, having full power to do so, has not during the Page Tkree Stale to haul tho Innocent children to a fountain of learning whern their minds may bo enlightened and fed and trained for useful careers for tho Stale? The People Should Control. ELAB0RATE3 THE PLATFORM Judgo O'llenr hero took up tho UPON WHICH HE ORIGINALLY "Third Houso," as the legislative lob-b- y has como to bo known in Kentucky, ANNOUNCED HIS CANDI-DACand showed how it hnd como to bo FOR GOVERNOR tho most piiwetful Influence In aStato in shaping legislation, to tho tremenOF KENTUCKY. dous advnntago of tho corporate Interests that seek unfair advantages over tho peoplo. Ho declared his purposo OPENING CAMPAIGN SPEECH to do all In his power, If cleclcd Governor, to drivo tho "Third Houso" out nt Kentucky by taking away Its opportunity and Influence, and ho gave Stands Hit Ground on Tobacco nsKuranco that thoso who would reUe Plain Spoken Words sist tho encroachment of tho lobby are on County Unit Bill Aiki not tho enemies of capital and progress, as some would have it appear. What't the Matter With Ho said, In conclusion, on this subject: Old Kentucky. Outspoken Declaration on Liquor JUDGE O'REAR it this State. FIVE DEAD IN I WRECKS Several More Believed io bo Fatally Injured RIDERS PINNED UNDER MACHINE Deadly Grade Crossing Responsible Que-tlo- n u For the Worst of the Accidents-O- ne Car Turned Turtle and Still Another Left the Roadway and Ran Into the Ditch. Herkimer, N. Y. Emerging swiftly from tho end of a covered bridge, which deadened sound and cut off nil view of danger, an automobllo five women and two men wan struck nnd torn to pieces by a New York Central flyer. Tho dead: W. II. VHn WIe, of N. Y., civil engineer, owner of tho machine. Fred Harvey, of Amsterdam, N Y., chauffeur; Julia of Fultonvllle, died later. Tho injured: Mrs. W. H, Van Wle, Gertrude Jones, of Rome, N. Y., In hospital; probably will die; Rose Graham, of Rome, N. Y.; probably will die; Marie Ostcrhouse, of Onolda, N, Y.; probably will die. Harvey nnd Edward Hicks, engineer of the flyer, had seen each other at the same moment. Rut It was too g Anglo-Saxon- 's o Judgo F.dwnrd Clay O'Rear opened hlo campaign for the Republican nomination for Governor of Kentucky lu an nddresa at HopUlnsrllle, In which ho elaborated the views briefly In his earlier formal unmmuco-ment- . He spoko to a great gathering of. citizens of Christian and adjoining countloH in which nil political wero represented. Judgo O'lU-olegnii by olnllng out the folly of confusing State and national politics and Injecting Into tho oamiialgn lu Kentucky this, year iiuestloim that might proiierly bo raised lu n l'resldouttal contest Involving nil tlio States. He paid tribute to tlio growing spirit of Indcpendeuco xmmig voters and declared that In those days tho personality of tho candidate ami his Indlvlduul tendencies wero often of even more Importance out-line- d ts r the liquor question. It is, that tho sale of liquors should bo regulated by law, If nllowed at all. And whether It should be allowed should he decided by tho people of the community to bo nffected, whether that community Iki a precinct, city, town or county. Tho Constitution of this Slato requires tho question to Question, You probably know my attltudo on o, pro-pos- law-abidi- late. than fonnnl party utterance). 'Ho who aspires to lead a party," sdded tho speaker, "should not be Afraldno venture an opinion concerning the public questions with which he sould be called upou to deal It elected, mid hn should not be afraid to suggest remedies for existing evils." After dlscussluR this progrcsslvo phaao of tho polltlrnl situation generally, Judgo O'ltcar dwelt nt some length upou what he regarded aiaro icarkablo reversal of comlltlons in Kentucky, which onco proudly camo near thn head of tho procession of ritntin. but had now fallen far to tho rear. He reviewed In a philosophic ami nonpartisan vein tho causes to which ho attributed this great change. Following up this lino of nrgumenL lie said; Going to the Root of the Trouble. Tlieru Is n school of thought that Ik'Hovos lu treating an allmont by trentliin tho symptoms. I hold for JUDGE EDWARD CLAY O'REAR. tho Idea of going to the cause of the trouble. Itcmove It, and tho laws be so submitted, and requires that the of nature will effect a cure If tlio county shall be the unit, at somo time. In determining whether liquor shall p.itletit Is not too far exhausted. It Is foollsti.to say that this political be wild anywhere lu that county. (arty or that Is tho cause. Human Notwithstanding the Constitution was nature is not differentiated upon party adopted In 1891. the liquor lobby has Hues. Politicians have long played been able to prevent, legislation carupon tho string that the other party's rying that provision Into effect as to ling In (tower Is per so ruinous to counties having towns not larger than the welfare of the country. We have the fifth class. There Is no legal or grown old enough to be wise enough Just ground for such classification. not. to be fooled auy longer by such j '1 he Constitution does not admit of it. twaddle. Fact Ik. It Is being demon- Nor do the conditions. The peoplo of strated all over this laud year by year Christian county ought to have and that a party Is no better than Its do have tho same constitutional pending (Millcles, and tho policies aro rights ns tho people of Trigg county. no more elUcacIous than tho worth of Yet tho Constitution has bceu nullithe men entrusted with their execu-- ' fied on this subject for twenty years. I pledge you my best endeavors to tlon; that It does not matter so much to tho people which party Is In power have It carried Into effect, and then Tho liquor ta what they pn08c then to do, and enforced. compliment peoplo pay mo of believing that tho kind of men they propose to do It the great I mean It. Thny believe I will enwith. I say, and bcllevo Equality of Representation is Funda- deavor to do what I will be able to do what I propose. mental. In fact, they havo no doubt about it. is a representative popular ' That Is why tliey aro lighting my nomOur government. Kquallty Is tho keystone i ination so bitterly, and why some of of the political arch. He who denies It them who aro Hepubllcans have threatfx a tory. If not a despot Ho Is of ened to bolt my nomination nnd why tho class who would take more than ' the published thrent Is made of floodhis share, and to do so rob a weaker ing tlie Stato with an enonnoiiB corneighbor of his. He belongs to tliu- -j ruption fund to defeat me lu Novempreuatury trine, ncuiaicu oy green aim ber. sustained by his own multiplied 1 merely want you to know In adwrongs. If given the license ho would vance what chances you tako In my of the world to his nomination. I do not fear them. I subjugate the rest horvlcc. Tho people of Kentucky re- invite tho Issue, and I chnrgo them alize as fundamentally tme that the now to be sure of their ground In tho ncht of covernmont deoelids not only tight. Whether tho Constitution shall on tho consent of the governed, but bo compiled with, whether tho people upon (nch member of society having shall be given tho power to rule, Is idoutlcn! political power In tho gov. too h.'g and important to surrender eminent. Hence It Is Incorporated In1 under a threat that tho liquor Interests the Constitution of this Stnto that will buy this section. the legislative department, composed It Is notable, by the way, that no of the Keuato and the House of Heprc- - other condldato lu either party has seutattves. Hhall be apportioned among , declared himself on this subject. the people, according to population Whether It Is because they aro not In snil territory, being us nearly equal sympathy with tho county unit measami uniform as may be possible and ure, or If being renlly In sympathy nro I rented u(Kn the Federal census, afraid of the liquor threat, or are too politic to speak out, hoping to "catch educational Needs of Kentucky. Judgo O'ltcar discussed at length ' 'em coniln' and goln'," one Is puzzled tlio educational needs of Kentucky, to decide. Progressive Political Measures. a It Icli ho said were next In Importance Judge O'ltcar declared himself to fair representation of all tho peoplo lit tho government. Ho advocated ag- strongly In favor of tho popular elecricultural and manual training lu keep- tion of United States Senators: a coming with the Industrial age In which pulsory primary election law for both we llvo, and loyal support for tho nor- parties, nt tho expciiBo of tho State, mal schools for whlto and colored so that every citizen, win or lose, teachers. .Speaking of better schools should have equal opportunity in seeking nominations for public olllco; a In tlio country districts, he said: that Tho county districts aro entitled to, corrupt practices act away will insure clectlous, do with enorand tho Stato is concerned In their clean campaign funds and secure pubbeing provided with high schools, as mous licity for all campaign contributions has been dotio for tho cities and towns. nnd expenditures before and after elecIt tho schools aro necessarily too far away fur aomo of tlio pupils, then let tions. speaker Tho also gavo the Slate or county or district pay for fied commendation to tho his unqualigood roads hauling tho children to school. Tho movement, proposed tho reforms children must bo lu school, and should tax laws and the Inspection ofinStato bo required to attend some school. Wo now haul common drunks to tho banks. Continuing, Judgo O'Rear said: police station in patrol wagons and Do Policies Appeal to People? criminals to Jull aud to the peulten-tarte- s So much In brief for tho policies on tho Utlus at public expense. Why Is U not sis cumpetcut for the which I propose ns ffectlug tho wol- - 'Ira railroad conductors, were seriously Injured when Sheldon's automobile. In which they were riding struck a hole in a road west of Ashtabula and turned over. Sheldon's neck was broken. Yr'armlngton's skull wan crushed and he mny not recover. Probably Four More. Marietta, Ohio Ono was killed, three probably fatally injured and two seriously hurt when an auto ran into a ditch near here. Dick Iloldren, driving the machine, was killed Instantly. .Margaret Carpenter, of Vincent, Ohio, Rolla Hill nnd Joe Smlthberger, both of this city, were badly Injured. it turned turtle and the chauffeur and the threo persons who are expected to die wero pinned beneath It. DIETZ GETS LIFE SENTENCE. Family of Cameron Dam Defender Set Free. Auto Turns Turtle. Ohio Leroy Sheldon, was killed, and Abner Warmlngton, Edward Dlbell and Thomas Doyle, Ashtabula, J , J I pro-ven- ' Hayward, Wis. John F. Dletz will spend the rest of his life at hard labor in the state penitentiary at Wnu-puby the verdict of tho Jury, for the murder of Doputy Oscar Harp in the battle of Cameron Dam on October 8, last. The Jury brought in the following verdict: "John F. Dletz, guilty of murder In tho first degree." The smllo with which the "old man" has faced things did not desert him. He smiled as the Judgo read the verdict. He made no demonstration. ' cut-ou- Judge Reid overruled Dietz's motion for n new trial, but gave him 10 days in which to flto exceptions, after sentencing him to prison for life. MORE PEACE TALK. Another Effort Is Making Toward Settlement of Mexican Troubles. Jaurez, Mexico Unofficial but .auspicious peace negotiations have been resumed between the federal govern- I , . d ment and the Insurrectos, aud the prospects aro for a definite and speedy understanding. Rafael Hernandez, who was the when efforts were original first made to bring the warring factors together, has stepped to the front nnd transmitted certain propositions which are looked upou favorably by both sides. The question of the resignation of President Diaz as amplified nnd explained by Minister I.ltuantour bus satisfied the lusur-rectleaders. They Want Reforms. What they really want and havo been wanting tor somo time Is a guarantee the reforms thoy desire will b" put Into operation, and that they will be nble to participate lu the administration of the republic. To satisfy both these conditions thu propositions now being considered include an Immediate reorganization of thu Cabinet of President Dluz and tho introduction Into the new Cabinet of four ono half of Its niembe'-hhlp- members from the revolutionist party. o Natchez. Two women and u man wero drowned lu thu Mississippi river, aud a fourth person narrowly escaped the Bair faU when their disabled motor boai struck a barge and sank. Bayard's Sin Dead. Washington. Nino hours after hn had fallen or Jumped from the third story to u veranda below at the hospltul. Philip liayurd, of Wilu son of the lnt mington, Uol Thomas F. Hayurd. who was secretary of state and ambassador to died. An autopsy revealed thut luyurd suffered from pericarditis and died from u shock, which broke no bones and which hardly would havo resulted seriously to a man lu uo.'uuU Gar-Hol- Why Men Climb Mountains some of his works. Conrad Gesticr, a Swiss naturalist, describes the pleasures aud profits thereof In his writings, says the Boston (llobo. Why do men climb mountains? More Europeans havo goue Into the 1'rlinnrlly for sport, secondly they love nature, and lastly sport than Americans because, for one driven by a doslre to conquer those reason, of their proximity to lofty strong, giantlike forma which seetu ranges. Hut America has some men who are well known In Europe, not to dVjfy one. Mountain climbing dates back many only for their ascents but for their It li Good 8port and Moreover a vers Test of the Bodily Se- years. Dante mentions it casually In Powers. knowledge of the subject. one that ho once prepared for the It contained Prof. Fay of Tufts college Is a fa- Cambridge conference. mous Alpinist. At his homo are many tbo following; "A mountaineer loves tho mountain souvenirs of bis Alpine trips, one of the most Interesting being u large as a boy loves somo older friend photograph of Mount Kangchenjunga, whoso iioblo character has been to 16,430 feet above sea levol. him an Inspiration, who, as he feels. "You ask what Is the real value of Is bringing out the best In him, He mountain climbing? Well, It Is mere- loves thu mountain for the wonderful ly a good sport," said Prof. Fay, "but story it tells him, for the grand here Is something that will perhaps anthem Its forests sing to him, for the convoy, better than I can now, the rich aud varied gallery of nature painting that In sunshine and storm. object of all mountaineers." He brought out a llttls pfmnblst, In tbo daytime aud in tiv. night sea,- - son, it reVeals to his eyes; and finally yet by no means least he loves It for tho test of tils bodily powers to which Its conquest subjects him every time thut, yielding to an irresistible longing, he undertakes the task of scaling its lofty summit." Delightful Prospect. irato Creditor I shall call ever) week until you pay this amount! Debtor Really. Then there seems every probability of our acquaintance ripening Into friendship. d health. Page Four. THE CITIZEN. Mrs. J. M. Early and daughter, IMna, wore In Richmond, Monday, Tho Squaro Deal Store Houso is being remodeled this wook. Dr. Martin of Kingston was hero .Monday on business. Kdgnr .Mullens of ML Vernon w.is married last week to Miss Maltle taker. Edgar was onco a Dcrea col- lege student. Ho has a good ioslUon ax traveling salosman. Cam J. Lewis of Harlan, Ky., who Is In tho employ of the Jellleo Gro- cury Co. of Mlddlosboro, Ky., Is out) of tho most nctlvo salesmen In the Southeastern part of tho stato. Cam left Uorea about two years ago and has a pleasant homo In Harlan. Ho which Is croctlng a new bungalow ho will occupy soon. Mr. W. J, GUsdorff of loxlngton, Stato Insurance Inspector, was In town, Wednosday, trying to rcduco rates on some, of tho liaroa property. Mr. A. J. Hoed, Stato Inspector and Dr. Mcllnery of Washington wore In Dcrea, Wednesday, looking over tho collego dairy herd. Itov. J. P. Ulcknell la holding a mooting In Harlan town, Harlan Co., his week. Clark Murphy, lately returned fiom tho army, visited at N. J. Coylo's, Sunday. Miss Nannie L. Kowler of Drip llock Is visiting her slater, Mrt. Ann-Villo, May iH, 1911 j Wall Paper 10c to $1.00 per roll It requires three full and. complete sample books to represent the line, all of which is in stock and ready for delivery. I have most all the latest designs and at prices far less than you will find elsewhere. R. H. CHRJSMAN "The Furniture Man" fr$r &$fffiffi&i ''PlSM &MM0PM' k&$?ffifyM mBf SSll fi'imwm You CroM Shoe' We are showing the very latest models of the Red Come in today and Iet u" fit you Year after year, other women get style and comfort an eve,y time we fit a woman in the Red Cross Shoe, she tells "8 he can never thank us enough for telling her about it. Get style and comfort. Get both. Oxford. $3.50 and. PSl S&j? Willie Nolan of Pennington Gap, Palestlue Howard of Harlan Co. who was In Derea a tow years ago a former Deroa student, graduated graduated recently from a Knoxvlllu from n business College last week Medical College. His address will be and will accept a position soon. Eben Mullens who was In school Dorothy, Ky. In Berea a fow years ago It now of pastor of tho Disciples church In Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Gamblo I.akes here. Chicago who have boon making a Uarbourvllte, Ky. Itov. W. A. Worthlngton of Ky.'vas lit Dorea, Wednesday. luslness trip through the South, InAnion Brock who Is ticket agent Birmingham, Nashville, 100 locust posts for sale. 8 2 feet cluding ut Mlddlesboro for tho L. ft N. will long, 4 to 8 Inches iu diameter. I'rlco Chattanooga, Knoxvlllo and Roanoke, soon bo transferred to a more reVj cents. Inquire at College Garden arrived, Saturday evening, for a visit munerative point. with Sec'y Will C. (Jambte, leaving, office at 1 to 1:30 p. in. Mr. and Mrs. Ackerman and little Tuesday, for their home. K. O. Clark. son, William, of ML Vernon, Ohio, are visiting with Mrs. Ackorman's sister, Mrs. F. M. Llvcngood. Mr. Canfleid has fold his stock of Krucerles In tho Postofflco block to Mr. W. I. Dooley. Mrs. Matheny underwent an operation for appendlctls at the Hospital a few dayB ago but Is now able to Bit up. Mr. Joe Coylo was operated upon, BUGGIES AT pay E. F. COYLEget more or less -- oottoooaoe)oaooooooaoaooooooaoofiuouaiu a o a o o Berea and Vicinity. GATHERED FROM A VAR ETY OF SOURCES preached Prof. Simmons at thj Christian Church, Sunday morning. n Ho was here in behalf of tho Antl-ftiloo- g a oaoeoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoao o oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa a Fire, Mr. Kdwin Tatum has a losltlon EMM and leaves soon for Hon. W. II. Clark, J. W. Marcuin his work. CITY rnONK 1S3 A large crowd of young nud W. A. Powell of Mcliee stoppoil OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE! in Berea, Sunday, on their way homo themselves at a candy-puSi veu by Mrs. Pettus on Chestnut St. from Cincinnati. DAN BRECK .Mr. I. C. Dooley has moved into .Monday evening. Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for tl,u Mrs- - Ifc,s,w i,ro,,,rl' on Nan-o.Mr. and Mrs. Ilolman Todd and Life you call for. Highest and pike. i flap Mrs. Pleratt of Richmond were the Insurance Itov. I). 0. Combs was In Berni, butter, eggs and chickens of Miss Extella Ulcknell, Suti-taprice paid Phone Richmond, Ky Sunday, and praeclied at the Glade, Pure home rendered lard in 50 lb cans at 12c per Sunday morning and evening. Revival by services conducted FRESH FISH EVERY THURSDAY L. & N. TIME TABLE Mr. Vernon Wheeldon, a former Evangelist Charles Bloom of Elmtri, 6: SO a. m. 11:00 p. m student of Derea, who has been for Building, Corner Main and Knoxville Kidd B. X. Y., begin at tho Christian church, Richmond Streets, Berea. Ky. 1:29 p. m DEREA 3:67 a. m. some time engineer in the power plant funday, .May 21. Everybody welcome. 6:10 p. m. 7:45 a. in. at West Point, has resigned his posiCincinnati South Bound Local tion to accept u similar place In 4:40 a. m. 8:26 p. m. the Custom Service in New Cincinnati York BHREA 11:69 a. m. 12:29 p. m. City. Knoxville 6: SO a. m. 7:00 p. grocerIesand Fresh and Express Trains vegetables. New goods nearly every Stop to take ob and 1st off paaaea-ger- s day. Shall be pleased to see my from beyond Cincinnati or from oiq customers ana many new ones Atlanta asd beyond. st my new stand In Hanson Hall, Sontfc Bouad Corner of Main and Center 6ts. V. ). Tatutn. 1:15 a. m. Cincinnati BEREA 11:44 a. m. Mr. Mark Spink's father who was Nertk Boamd called hero lust week on account of 4:6 p. am. BBRBA the blow Mr. Spink received whllu Cincinnati I:U p. as. Cast off the Garb and get in tune with Spring. Bright atplaying bull has returned to his home In Jacksonville. His son, Karl, lias have been fabrics the Handsomest New Styles also returned to Lexington where le evolved for spring wear. is attending school. Prof. Lewis' bird study clans went morning "It's Time to Leo's Knob early Tuesday They hail for obser1' ttlon and study. you out-f- it from us. tl' r In u k fast on tho Knob before owned a DR. BEST, DENTIST President Fiost will give an address to the graduating class at the Suo Dennett Memorial School Sunday, May 2S. League. Miss ('.rati; Itlanton is visiting at Locust Branch. Alien Powell Is In Jackson County this week. Rev. C. A. VanWlnkle returned last Tuesday to his home in Vanee-bur- WELCH'S "Save the Difference" I Sunday morning, for appendicitis. Ilu Is said to bo getting along nicely. At the Y. M. C. A. next Sunday tho members of tho Senior class will Cive their farewell addresses and Mr. Smith will speak on, "Teaching mr a Life Work." All town dUteus cordially Invited. FOUND: A large black sow. Own-c- i call at Citizen office and pay for tills ad and tho keep of tho sow. Mrs. Frances E. Beauchamp of Islington will address the mothers of Ilerea on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, May 21, at the home of Mrs. J. It. Robertson. Miss Moore will also read a paper on the subject, "The Mother's uso of Suggestion." All friends Interested In tho training of children are cordially Invited to bu present. If tho weather permits tho meeting will be out of doors. James Watt Ralne will Prof. preach at tho Lnlon Church next Sunday morning. Tho Rev. A. S. Watson of Enworth. Iowa, will be tho preacher ut the College Chapel on Sunday night. We have a new clean stock of goods to offer you at 23 per cout less than you are paying elsewhere. Cslt and we'll convlnco you of this fact with quality and prices. Some high values In clothing to of- -i for you. Top prices paid for eggs. J. M. Coyle, In the Brnnnaman Building. g. al Fort j ll H. and Accident' PALACE MEAT MARKET what you market pound want KU-st- s y. 505 get what for U. ROBERTS. Prop. ) a, CHEERFUL SPRING CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS :: Winter r tractive that A U'attham" returning. Mies a t c li conihiti reliability withbeauty. Discritninatint; men the world over carry THE Gentleman's w WALTHAM COLONIAL SERIES. present the last word in They are made as thin as it is safe to make a reliable watch. They possess great beauty and M ill give a life long serice of accurate watch-making. time-keepin- who has bam I RuiiiMil fi.r r part of the year was r.h''.!' t( lenf for her home In Oh'..'). M.ik iiy on ttccount of her ill h:alth. John Reynolds, a former resident of Dorea, Is visiting friends In town this week. Chrlstnan and Enisle carry the best fertilizer, Berea, Ky. Miss Louise r'rey spent from Friday until Monday with friends at S'iclord, Ky. For the whitest and best flour, go Mutton an advantage: we sell more and show more furnishings than any other store in Berea. We sell more because we :: :: show more and we show more because we sell more. Tr5fpl jr IIUCI TPisft Purcnase A ll yur spring There's i ' ' $1.00, $2.00, $3.00 Spring Shirts 50c, $1.00,Nand $2.00 " 25c, 50c, $1.00 Hose 10c, 25c, and 50c. Gloves 50c, $1.00, $1.50. Stick pins, Cuft Links, Arrow Collars, etc., all here in grand array for- - your choosing. You can look here without buying as much as you please. you any day :: :: Glad to show Spring Straw Hats " Neckwarc to R. J. Eagle. re- Walthami of the Colonial Series We arc beadquarttra for fine Wat. team Watcbtt. All grade al a wide lit y rice. price range each grade the beat at AC THE RACKET STORE J. M. EARLY "In member? of the Library staff t'lfiitly an all day's outing Saturday, Store burned but still In business. New stand ta Hanson Hall. W. J. Tatutn. Miss Jennie Elliott who has been having her nose treated for some time was able to leave the hospital, Friday. MAIN ST. RHODUS STORE HAYES THE QUALITY BEREA, KY. May 18, iqm. THE CITIZEN. TAX NOTICE N'otlco Is heroby given that tho city taxes for 1911, according to tho ordinance of tho town council, woro duo May 1st, and 6 per cent penalty v ill bo charged and collected on hll taxes not paid by August 1st. I hope that all will bo ready when called upon to settle their taxes, as I shall be compelled to forco collection stneo tho town Is In urgent need of the money. Please arrange to seo me as early as posslblo nnd obtain Page Five EAT, DRINK your ANDirE M ER R Y Six brand new full size Flour, Meal and Groceries R. DAVENPORTS FOR $12.50 EACH AT J. ENGLE BEST V your receipt. W. L. Harrison, City Marshal of Berea. NEWS OF THE WEEK (Continued from firtpKO W H IT E S T A N D LOUR FOR EY THE LEAST MON all-wo- the Republicans and Democrats tho Grand Jury, thanks to Gov. Harmon, tho Legislature could not bo trusted to Investigate Itself. Illinois, Wisconsin, Ohio. Olve us tho Inltlta-tlv- o and referendum, give us tho recall, glvo us commission government for tho cities as well as for tho states It this Is tho way tho Legislatures among aro going. ENGLAND TO THE FRONT The Chancellor ot tho Exchequer, David has startled England and tho world by his Introduction in tho House ot Commons ot a till providing for Government insurLloyd-Gcorg- Do not wander around but save time Suits and by buying Shoes here. The Nobbiest in town. styles ol er Bring your Bacon, Eggs and Chickens. We pay highest prices and alluays have plenty to eat. Ifavis, CHKISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE MAN" R. J. ENGLE & SON Phone 6o Berea, Ky. ance against sickness, Invalidity and unemployment. It Is otherwlso called a bill to end pauperism In England, TEMPERANCE ADDRESSES (Continued from fir it 1000 OTHER BARGAINS FIELD DAY Although BEREANS HONORED pEl f SUMMER CONVOCATION A Summer Convocation, primarly for the Berea College workers, will be held for a week following Commencement. This will give opportunity for tho consideration ot questions touching tho progress ot the Institution which cannot be considered so well in term time. There will bo dally faculty meetings and educational round-tableTho chief feature will be the lectures on the study ot the Bible by Dr. Richard G. Moulton ot Chicago University. Dr. Moulton Is undoubtedly the most Interesting speaker on LSI bio study now living. He Is an old man and his coming to Berea at this time Is a great favor. The teachers in other oducaUonal institutions and ministers ot surrounding towns are Invited to enjoy these lectures and special rates are offered at Boone Tavern for visitors from out of town for these lectures. Dr. Moulton's six lectures will be tiven as follows: Friday night at 7:30, Saturday morning at 10:00, Saturday night at 7:30, Sunday mornlii; at 11:00, Sunday night at 7:30 and Monday morning at 10:00. JUDGE HOLLIDAY'S HOME BURNS Continued from Brit pact there wu leas corapetl-(Io- n Tho annual oncampmont of tho G. this year than lust among tho A. K., Department of Kentucky, held contestants, Field Day, which took Its two days' session In Owcnsboro, was Tuesday, laMt place h last Friday and Saturday. Tho Wosuccess. Tho lino weather brought man's Relief Corps was In session ut a largo crowd of spectators the same tlmo and placo. There woro out among whom tho Interest lu tho var- about two hundred members of tho ious contests was very great. Grand Army present and the city There were very few records bro- ;as turned over to them and tho laken, but some of thoso broken were dles of tho W. H. C. by a very large margin. I'rof. Dodge responded to tho adJ uv Buminark-- j fellow:' dles of welcomee before an audiHop, step and Jump Collins, 36 ence of 1,500 and of his spocch the Inches, Saxtou, Muntz. Owensboro Messenger says, "it was feet 10 High jumpCollins, 5 foet, 2 In.. ono of the prettiest addresses of tho Saxton, 5 feet, Muntz 3 feet 3 4 In. evening so simple, clear, sincere 17 and appealing that It captivated his Hunnlng broad Jutnji Collins, hearers." I'rof. Dodge, tho ho strong-- l feet 8 Inches, Saxton, Muntz. discouraged It, was reappointed A. Mucus Saxton, 93 feet, old record, 5)0 feet, Collins, Llthlcum. A. G. of tho Kentucky G. A. It., and Shot put Collins 30 feet 2 Inches, Mrs. Dodge who, ns President of tho old record 35 feet, Saxton. 32 feet 2 Department of tho W. It. C. had' an in lniiortant art in tho convention, Inches, Lithlcuni, 2S feet !) Hummer throw Saxton, 11G feet 8 would have been reelected had she IOC foot 1 Inch, i.ot declined to serve. Inches, old record Tho encampment will meet next Llthlcum, Campbell. Howmah jear In Loulsvilo. 50 yards dash Collins, Porter, tlmo 5 3 seconds. 2 3-l- -l unlZ2UlM"' Half yfleld mlle-Ma6 dash-Ilowman. Co,"n9'' COMMISSIONER'S SALE Murphy. Tur- - seconds. ner, time 2 minutes 10 yg Slier. Hunter. Quarter mlle-C- as.-. u DetcndaIlL tlme 67 seconds. Under um, by v)rtmj of a judgmeut H. C. IUco, M. C. M. C. C. 220 yard Hynnliaor(lorof Mlo rendtTcd at tho May -j Muntz, time 2. x sec. Mn(Ugon circuit or lhu court, THE BEST OUT OF SIX - t(rm 120 yard low hurdle--l lynn. Murtw umlurs,B,R.d Ma8t,r Com. 21 seconds. ,hy. time Il.,sslonor of mla Court wll, Bell to j Ilrassfield, May 10, 1911. Murphy, Tur- - , th(j Mile ighigt anJ miw oQ Mon. Editor Tho Citizen, seconds r.er. time 6 minutes 2S Jmiu Blh at u ocIock ft j Dear Sir: 1 utl.lll. 10 foet ()i Ju Pole ault-Tr- ncy of tU(J CouH HoM0 d(K)r Enclosed find $1.00 for tho renew-in- ! Inches, 1 Inch, old record 9 feet S n chni0ll Ky ( Ul() ,ollowlnK oe. ot my subscription. 1 think Th , Slier 7 feet. A. beribeed property,' or so much thereof Citizen Is ono of tho most valuable Ins 10 jump-- Co Standing broad w, tnAwt tu BUm ot W5iW papers published. I take six differInches. Saxton. llowmau, feet n Q acUon ft oaMa ent papers and when The Citizen thu O. house and lot on tho north side ot comos to my desk It Is tho first during tho day lJcffonjo strwt ln The best work done front. one I read. 1 think it a preat uplift na. was ln the field events. No records ng Qn Jlffurso st 233 2 fw)t ani, especially your Editorials. Your whatover wero broken on tho track Qn gUan) CQ run,ng back paper stands for truth and hones), account of its bad condition r((rlh 88 j., on wogt feet thn U opposed to trickery ot every kind was gouU( nnd the tlmo on what were run wt,gt (wjt Jctfereon nnd is always found battling for tho on the whole lower than last year. , st anJ Mng th(J property g. right. won In tho field ( ycycd to The points, however, KowIcr by tn0 Bcroa It Is a great tiling for a man to ovents ran up very high. Collins was Upa, KgtaUj anJ Improvcment COh stand for everything that is right , ,g ig()7 rocordod awarded 36 3 K)lnU. taking C firsts I. . . . . . , . h . oen If he has to stand alone, but and breaking the . nnd 2 you are not standing alone. There Nu-to- n home record In the shot put. Mlereiico is heroby made. uro a lot ot right thinking people on which gave was awarded 39 TIC K.MS: Said property will bo sold a question ('it a credit of six months and tho our side. him the medal, thero 1kIiik It Is tho honesty ot purpose and as to laet year's record In one of purchaser will be required to cxecuto the spirit of Christianity that counts the events In which ho took part. n salo bond with approved security for tho most In this world. counted for 12 K.arlng 6 This disputed event cont intoregt from date Very sincerely yours, points. extra haxion s nuniiin-.,d wlt W tU retained ua. till Vi I W. D. Logsdon. throw broke tho home record by :0 L a jno pUrchaso money Is paid, by severil I feet, nnd the state record n,cc M c M c c n KIDD SHOWED THE GOODS Tracy Tuthlll set a new inches. record for tho polo vault, raising his Knowing tho disinclination of tho COMMISSIONER'S SALE In. Collins former record hero 2 public to believe any thing a fisherwas tho medal winner last year. man says, Mr. W. F. Kldd, after a Everyone enjoyed tho games which Wm. Duncan, etc., Plaintiff, recon t fishing excursion to Round V8 In order. came off promptly and Stono produced tho goods to attest Uura Duncan, etc.. Defendants, In- The day was Indeed ono of great Undor and b v,rtuo of ft l"Jsmeut his voracity. It was a blue cat !i5 terest and success. Inches long and weighing 20 pounds. It was caught with an ordinary hook run-May- fleld. 5 1- ma rlatntur. and ordor ot sale rendered at the May term of the Madson Circuit Court tho undersigned Master Commissioner of said Court will on Saturday, Juno 10th, 1911, on the premises In tho city ot Bcrca, Madison County, Ky., at 11 a. tn. sell to the highest and best bidder tho folproperty: Beginlowing described ning at a stako at tho southwest cor-i.of H. H. Crittenden's lot (now W. C. Wright's) running nearly weit on a lino with Irving St., 100 feet to a stake; thence nearly north and at light anglees with living St., 3SC fet to a .stake in Uie ravine; thenco on a lino nearly parallel with Irving St., :00 foet to a stako at the northwest cor. of Crittenden lot (now Wright's) on a lino nearly south thenco nnd at right angles with Irving St. i&2 feet to a stake at tho beginning, and being lot No. C in Iilock D. ot thu vlllago of Berea. Said property will be TERMS: sold on a credit of six and twelve months, tho purchaser being required to execute bond with approved security bearing C per cent Interest from date of salo until paid with a lien retained on tho proprety until all the purchaso money Is paid, tho Interest cf Ethel Duncan, an Infant will remain a lien on tho property until sho becomes of ago or tho bond required by law Is executed. er I solution,' that Is for the individual to get out of tho way of the masses. Ihe government has a perfect right to tako from a man or a group of men their liberty to deal ln liquors when It is shown that their traffic than does more damage to society they recclvft good to themselves. Some people say you can not taka man's property without paying l.ln for it. This depends upon the nature of the property. No ono doubts tho justice of an officer confiscating a set of burglar tools or a counterfeiting M't. Tho same principle holds hern m ln tho cases of personal liberty. "Tho most good to the most people. The great trouble that follows voting liquor out of a community Is that the people are not careful as to the rien who aro next chosen to execute tho laws, and frequently put In officers who are out ot sympathy with the movement and then comes ths cy that Prohibition will not prohibit. Wo should vote according to our t convictions on this subject and lefcults tako care ot themselves. On Sunday morning Mr. Louis Ful SAVE THE WATER ler of Lexington, tho District secren League tary of tho State Dry weather at this tlmo Is llko-- 1 presented the cause of tho Lcaguo to seriously affect the college waIn tho Union church. Mr. Fuller Is u forceful speaker .and gave many ter supply and all users are urged helpful suggestions as to how tho to guard against 'waste and to reChristian denominations can wield port any leakage. a great force ln putting down the WANTED SALESMAN. sjiloon. In Eastern Kentucky for tho bst Anti-Saloo- It was burned In the door way. Mr. Holllday's home was a beautiful cottage valued at $1,600. He holds Insurance for only $7C0 on the build- ing and furniture. Additional damage that can hardly be reckoned ln dollars, was the destruction ot many beautiful fruit and shade trees which it will take years to replace. CALIFORNIA If you are thinking; of coming or want to know why you should MBit to California, write to me, and I shall take delight tn tailing jm why, and giving you any lnforaaaUoa you may desire. I am a Kentocklaa and take a special interest la Keatacky people. I hare been in California tan years, on the farm and thoroughly understand the soil and conditions. If yo think of comlag to California drop me a line, Yours truly, II. L. Bishop, Kingsburg, Frenso County, Cat. FOR SALE. - I 1- Five shares Bank Stock ln th Berea Bank and Trust Co. H. M. Shouae, Parksvilla, Ky. R. R. No. 1. FOR SALE Farm ot 140 acres, lies well, eight loom dwelling, good storehouse, barn end all kinds outbuildings. 15 acres ln corn, 30 acres in clover and timothy. Fine spring, plenty stock water. This proprtey lies on Big Hill eight miles from Berea and the proposed pike goes thru It Will computing scale made. Only men of Government 6, A. R, COMMANDER HERE the ability need apply. W. B. Harris, Be- sell this property for less than once. buildings are worth it sold at . Col. and Mrs. C. C. Dy'gman of rea, Ky. Write, W. B. Harris, Berea, Ky. .Springdale, Mason County, are the quests of their daughter, Mrs. W. O. Hook, ot Elm Street. Col. Degman, commander of tho ('. A. R. Dept. ot Kentucky and Mrs. Monday morning. Hook, returned May 15, from Owensboro, where they had boon ln attendance at the Annu1- -2 al Department Encampment ot the G. A. II. and tho Department Convention of the W. R. C, in that city. Schuyler Browning, dclegato from Copt. Jas. West Post No. 171, also returned from the Encampment, Monimday morning. 30 ACRES good Blue Grass land. No improvements. 4 miles from Berea on pike. $50.00 per acre. Good 200 ACRE FARM. ; FOR SALE PLANTS. ( 2-- ... g, The following varieties are for bale at the College Garden: Carnations, salvia, English daisies, pink and white; sweet Williams, panslea, and geraniums for borders for beds. Will also have ln season tomato, cabbage, and sweet potato plants. J. R. Mullett provements, 60 acres fine bottom land, balance timber. 8 miles from Berea. $4200.00. Terms. r A FEW first class residence lots on a leading thorofare in Berea. Reasonable price. , a Easy pa3fments. SOME NICE residences in Berea for sale at a moderate price on easy payments. DON'T NEGLECT YOUR WATCH is of less GOOD FARM FOR SALE 1 mid line. have a farm consisting of 160 acres lying on thu waters of South one mile below Hig Springs in Jackson Co., Ky., most of it un Fork derlaid with coal, all under fence except 35 acres, ao acres in orchard, a good two story framed building and three tenament houses. Enough timber to keep up the farm. This farm is one of the best farms in Jackson Co. 1 want to sell this farm and give possession this fall. Anyone wanting to look over this farm call on W. R. Uicknell who lives near by and he will show you the place, and write to me for prices. FOR YOUR Seed Potatoes GO TO machinery. It A WATCH a delicate attention than TATUM'S All VarUtMill Feed piece calls for most machinery, but must be cleaned and oiled occasionally to keep (crfect time. With proper care a Walthani Watch will keep perfect time for a lifetime. It will pay you well to let us clean your watch every Uur 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, HOLLIDAY Berea Bank C& 1EREA, J. P. BickneU KENTUCKY Ideal Patent Flour Fairy Patent Good as is made. .... i- Personal Representative of National Realty Co., Washington, D. C. Trust Building $1.30 - 65c 65c T. A. ROBINSON Optician and Jeweler BEREA, - BEREA, KY. KENTUCKY Page Six STORY a Kettacr Oo.) THE CITIZEN A few minuted later, jagged and bound, tho prisoners fell behind two of the armed guards and at a command from tbo king, given In a low tono to Jeckum, mart lied through the corridor and up the short flight of stops that led out-o- f tho Jail. To Na- May 18, 1911 Tho Courage of Captain Plum JAMES OLIVER CURWOOO r it r TOestritisosky Mafmt C n tCopjrlht IKM ti Bobbs-Merrl- ll SYNOPSIS. I Capt. Nathaniel Tlum of (ha aloop Typhoon, lands secretly on Heaver Island, stronghold of tlx Mormons. Ohadlah Price, Mormon councilor, confront lilm, tells him' lie la expected, anil bargains for tbe ammunition aboard (ha sloop. I(o binds Nat by a solemn oath to deliver a puckara to Ktanklln Pierce. president of tho United Btntea. Near Price' cabin Kat sees the frightened face of a young woman who disappears In the darkness, leavlns an odor of lilacs. It dovolop that Nat's vUlt to the Inland Is to demand settlement of the ktn: HtranKrfor the of Ma sloop by Mormons. Price hIiows Nat the king's palace, nnd through a. window he sees the lady of the lilacs, who Price says la the klng'n seventh wife. Calling at the king's office Nat la named r. by a young woman that his life Is In Strang- professes Indignation when he hears Nat's grievance and promises to who Nat rescues Kanlsh tho guilty. whipped, and Nell, king tho pubtlelr orders the sheriff. Arbor Croche, to pursue and kill tho two men. Plum learns th.it Marlon, the girl of the Ittacw. Is Nell's sister. The two men plan to escape on Nat's aloop ind take Marlon nnd WInrsome. daughter of Arbor Croche, nd sweetheart of Neil. Nat dlscoera that the sloop la gone. Marlon tells him that his ship haa been seized by the Mormons. Plie begs him to leave the Island, telling him that nothing can aavo her from Strang, whom aho Is doomed to marry. Plum finds Price raving mad. Recovering, he tolls Nat that Strang Is doomed, that armed men nro descending on the has been Island. Nat learns'that-Mariotlmmnnnl In th eAHllA liv AtrAtto Naf kills Arbor Croche. and after a desperate! nght with the king. leave mm ror aeau. Tho avenging host from the mainland descends on Ut. James. Nell and Nat take a part In the battle and tho latter ts Strang, whom Nat thought he wounded. had killed, orders htm thrown Into n dungeon. He finds Nell a fellow prisoner. They overhear the Mormon Jury deciding their fate. A bribed Jailer brings the prisoners word of Wlnnjomo and Marlon. loot-Ins; dan-go- CHAPTER XI. Hands were fumbling, with the chain at tbe dungeon door. It opened and Jeekuru's ashen face For a moment shone In tho candle-ligh- t his irigntcned eyea rested on tho two men still standing In their last embrace of friendship. A word of betrayal from them and he know that his own doom was sealed. He carao In, followed by four men. One of them wan MacDougall, the king's whlpper. In tho corridor wero other faces, like ghostly shadows In tho darkness. Only MacDougall'a face was uncovered. Tho others wero hidden behind whtto masks. Tho men "The Straight Death." uttered no Bound, but ranged themselves llko specters In front of the door, their cocked rifles swung Into the crooks of their arms. Tliero was triumphant leer on MacDougall'a Hps as ho and tho Jailer approached. As tho whlpper bound Noll's hands behind his back ho hissed In hla ear: "This will be a better job than the whipping, damn you!" Nell laughed. "Hear that. Nat?" ho aRked. loud enough for all In tho cell to hear. "MacDougall says this will be a better Ho rememJob than tho whipping. bers how I thrashed hint onco when he said something to Marlon one day." Nell was as cool as though acting his part In a play. Ills face was flushed, his eyen, gleamed fearlessly defiant. And Nathanlol, looking- upon the ccurago of this man, from under whoso feat had been swept all hope of life, felt a twlngo of shamo at his own nervousness. MacDougall grew black with passion at tho taunting reminder of bin luniiiU.it Ion and tightened the thongs about Noll's wrist3 until they cut Into the flesh, "That's enough, you coward'" Nathaniel, as ho saw the blood start. "Here take this'," Like lightning he struck out and his flxt lill with crushing forco against the stdu of tho man's head, toppled back with a hollow groan, blood spurting from his mouth nnd nose. Nathaniel turned coolly to the four rlfleH leveled nt his breast. "A pretty puppet to do the king's commands!" he cried. "If there's a man among you let lilm finish the work!" Jeekum had fallen upon liU knees beside tho whlpper "Great God!" he shrieked. "You've killed htm! You'vo store In the side of his headt" Thcro was a sudden commotion In the corridor, A terrible voice boomed forth In a roar. "Let mo In!" Strang stood In tbo door He gave nlnglo gtunce at tho man giisplng and bleeding In the mud. Then he looked ut Nathaniel. Tho eyes of the two tuon mot unflinching. There was no hatred now In tho prophet's face. "Captain Plum, I would giro a tenth of my klugdom for a brothor like you!" ho said calmly "Here I will finish tho work." He went boldly tn the task, and as be tied Nathanlel'u arms behind him beaddod "Tuo vicissitudes of war, Captalu I'luni. You are man and can appreciate what Ihay ooialluioa meant" Mac-ttaucn- ll thaniel's astonishment there was no light to guldo them. Candles and lights had been extinguished. What words ho heard wero spoken In whispers. In tho deep shadow of tho prison wnll a third guard Joined tho two ahead and llko automatons they strode through tho gloom with slow, measured step, their rifles held with soldierly precision. Nathaniel glanced over his shoulder and saw thrco other whtto masked faces a dozen feet away. Tho king remained behind. Ho shuddered and looked at Nell. His companion's appenrano was almost startling. Ho seemed fcalf a head taller than himself, yet ho knew that ho was shorter by nn Inch or two; hts shoulders wero thrown back, his chin held high, ho kept step with tho guards ahead. Ho was marching to his death as coolly as though on parade. Nathaniel's heart beat excitedly as they enme to whero the scrub of tho forest met the plain. They were taking the path that led to Marlon's! Again he looked at Nell. There was no chnngc In the fearless nttltude of Marlon's brother, no lowering of his head, no faltering In his step. They passed the graves and ontored tho opening In the forest where lay Marlon's home, and as onco moro tho sweet odor of lilac came to him, awakening within his soul all those things that ho had tried to stifle that ho might meet death like n mnn, ho felt himself weakening, until only tho cloth about his mouth restrained the moaning cry that forced Itself to his Hps. It he had possessed a life to give ho would have sacrificed It gladly then for n word with tho Mormon King, a last prayer that death might bo meted to him here, whero eternity would come to him with his glazing eyes fixed to the end upon tho homo of his beloved, nnd where the swcot-ncs- s of tho (lower that bad becomo a part of Marlon herself might soothe the pain of hla final moment on earth. His heart leaped with a hope as a sharp voice from the rear commanded a halt. It was Jeckum. He came up out of tho darkness from behind the rear guard, his faco still unmasked, d ttnd for a few moments was In consultation with the guards ahead. Had Strang, In the virulence of that hatred which he concealed so well, conceived of this spot to glvo added torment to death? It was the poetry of vengeance! For tho first time Nell turned toward his companion. Each read what tho other had guessed. Nell, who was nearest to the whispering four, turned suddenly toward them nnd listened. When he looked at Nathaniel again It was with a stow negative shake of his head. Jeekum returned quickly and placed himself between them, seizing each by an nnu, and the forward guards, pivoting to tbe left, set off at their steady pace across the clearing. As they entered the denser gloom of the forest on the farther side Nathaniel felt the Jailer's fingers tighten about his arm, then relax and tighten again. A gentle pressure held htm back and tho guards In front gained half a dozen feet In a low voice Jeekum called for those behind to fall a few paces to the rear. Then came again the mysterious working of the man's fingers on Nathaniel's arm. Was Jeekum signaling to him? Ho could see Nell's white face still turned stoically to tho front. Evidently nothing had occurred to arouse his suspicions. If tho maneuvering of Jeekum's lingers meant anything It was Intended for htm alone. Action had been tho manna of his life. The possibility of new adventure, even In the faco of death, thrilled him. He waited, breathless and tho strange pressure came again, so hard that It hurt bis flesh. There was no longer a doubt In hla mind. Tho king's sheriff wanted to speak to him. And be was afraid of tbe eyes and ears behind, The fingers were cautioning hlra to beTready when tho opportunity came. The path widened and through the thin treelops abovo their heads tho starlight filtered down upon them. The leading guards were '.'0 feet away. How far behind wero the otherH? A moment moro and they pluuged The figures into deep night ngaln. nliend were mere shadows. Again the (Infers dug Into Nathaniel's nrm, and pressing close to tho sheriff be bent down his lioad. A low, quirk 'Ahlsper fell In his ear. "Don't give up hope! Marlon Wlnnsoiuo- - " Tho .sheriff Jerked himself erect Hurried footsteps without finishing. had come close to their heels. Tho rear guards were so near that they could have touched them with their guns. Had nuuio spot of lesser gloom ahead betrayed the prisoner's bowed head and Jeekum's white face turned to It? Tliero was a steady pressure on Nathaniel's arm now, a warning, frightened pressure, and the hand that made It trembled. Jeekum feared the worst but his fear was not greater than tho chill of disappointment that came to smother tb"o excited heating of Nathaniel's heart. Whut had the t to Bay? What did he Jailer know about Marlon and Winnsonie, and why bad he given birth to new hope In the same breath that he mentioned their names? Ills word carried at least one conviction. Marlon was alive despite her brother's somber prophecies. It she had killed herself the sheriff would not have coupled her name with Id the way he bad. Nathaniel's nerve wero breaking II ftlfjed hts breath with suioen4 whls-pore-ui'-anWinn-soma- to listen, to catch Ut fatntat Mrk that might coma to him from th white faced mnn at his side. Each passing moment of silence added to hla desperation. He squeezed the sheriffs hsad In his arm, but there wns no responding signal: in a patch of thtck gloom thnt almost ennceated the figures ahead he pressed near to him nnd lowered his head again and Jeekum pushed htm back fiercely, with a low curse. Thoy emerged from the forest and tho clear starlight shone down upon them. A little distance off lay the lake In shimmering stillness. Nathan-le- t looked boldly at tho sheriff now, and ns his glanco passed beyond him he was amazed at the change that bad come over Nell. Tho young man'i head wan bowed heavily upon his breast, his shoulders were bunched forward, nnd he walked with a listless, uneven step. Was It posfilbH that his magnificent courage had at last given way? A hundred steps farther UifO came to tho beach and Nathaniel saw a boat nt the water's edge with a slagle flguro guarding It Straight to this Jeckum led his prisoners. For the first tine he spoko to them aloud. "One In front, the other In back," he said. For an Instant Nathaniel found himself closo beside Neil and he proddod him sharply with hla kneo. Ills companion did not lift bis head. Ho made no sign, gavo no last flashing comradeship with his eyes, but climbed Into the bow of tho boat and sat down with his ehli still on his chest, like a man lost im ctupor. Nathanld Mowed him, scarcely believing his eyes, and sat himself. In tho stern, leaning comfortably against the knees of the man who took tht MICAH'S PICTURE OF PEACE Scaetl Uusa fr May 2. lilt Smitj Speclallr Arrant ad lor Thli Papsr EVILS OF SOCIAL DRINKING t.KHHON TF.XT Mlrah i.l-- l MKMOIir VKIISK J. J. OOI.DKN TKXT- - "Nation Shall Not IJft up Hword Against Nation. Neither MIc. English Statesman Says Greatest Dlf Acuity I to Entertain Publicly Without Liquor. CRITICIZES ITS HOME CITY Shall They I.earn War Anymore." "Don't Give Up Hope some " Marlon Wlnn- tiller. He felt a curious thrill pass through him when he discovered a moment later that this man was Jeekum. Two men seized the oars amidships. A fourth, with his rifle across hla knees, sat facing Nell. For the first time Nathaniel found himself wondering what this voyage meant. Wero they to bo rowed fat down the shore to some secret fastness where no other ears would hear the sound of the avenging rifles, nnd where, a few Inches under the. forest mold, their bodies would nevor bo discovered? Each stroko of tho oars added to the remoteness of this possibility. Tbe boat was heading straight out to sea. Perhaps they were to meet a less terrlbio death by drowning, nn end which, though altogether unpleasant, held something comforting In It for Captain Plum. Two hours passed without pause In the steady labor of the men at the oars. In those hours not a word was spoken. The two men amidships held no communication. Tho guard In the bow moved a llttlo now and then only to relieve bis cramped limbs. Nell was absolutely motionless, as though be bad ceased to breathe. Jeekum uttered not a whisper. It was his whisper that Nathaniel waited for, the signaling clutch of till fingers, the sound of his breath clcsa to his cars. Again and again hi pressed blni3elf against the sheriff's knees. Ho know that he was understood, and yet there came no ana w Br. At last bo looked up, and Jeekuia's faco was far abovo lilm, Marn strnlght nnd unseeing into tho darkness ahead. His last spark of hct went out. tTo nn co.NTiNL'i:r. Iodine for Wounds. I'rofeHsor Heclus at tho ltJt meat Ing of the Academy of Mcdlclao a Paris said In every ambulance, train railway station or big contract vorki there should bo a flask if fresh tincture or Iodin- e- one par) Iodine crya, tals to iiino parts alcohol whlct should bo renewed every week. I'atot the fresh flesh wound freely with French strength tlncturo ot Iodine. Let It dry. Then cover with aseptic cotton und bandage. On the etentni of next day repeat, and bandage as And thereafter paint at still before. longer intervals until it Is not r painted for three or four days, ftecl'it says French tincture of lodlno ovei eight days old Is N. CI., and Irritating. Fresh tincture smarts only a little bit This method Is' a verltnblo reto cases lutlon to ambulance for It la simply hell to the patient tc clean off and sterilize a dirty, firlmy. greasy, badly mashed hand, fingers ot thumb. Here the Iodine does tne wnrl like a flash of sunlight, bad-han- 's Another Glory of Ocala. The honor of iutrodudng grapefrul to the world belongs tc OcV.a. Tboj ware served 40 years ago ui tbe guesU ot tho Ortla home, and wero first shipped to tuu markets bj Mr, Jamti A. Harris, who wan knowu for a loaf Da time iu the "oringe Ulnjf."-O- cla nar, 4 1. Philadelphia Ltdger Points Out Bad Sir James Hnalntt, member of parTIME Mleah prophesied In the reigns Spots and Shows What Might liament for llolfast, speaking at a of Jotham, Aha, and Iteteklah, who Be Done. meeting held tn London presided over reigned (lleecher) from It. C TM to 11. C. by the Archbishop Canterbury, gave I'l.lCK-H- e probably ed In his naWhat constitutes beauty aa applied1 the following Important testimony tive town. Moreshrth-gath- , southwest of to the construction of a city. Is a which wo commend to the statesmen JeuKalem largo plaza, pavad with asphalt, withI'llOI'llt.TH Isaiah and Hoses. nnd public men ot the United States: out water fountains playing, flowers very "My lord bishop, It ts with This Important lesson deals with ind green grass, flanked by lone, fllthjn great pleasure that I rise to propose that tho bent thanks of this meeting a subject that la ot tho greatest itrects full of holes, over which It la bo given to you for presiding on this moment In our modern life, a prob- dangerous to lite and limb to walk or drive, where the ash wagon distribute I think you are tho right lem that la rapidly approaching soluoccasion. Its overloaded burden man In tho right place. The church tion. After ages of warfaro the world continuously must lead It we are to have a healthy seems ncarlng the era of peace. In and where the sun boats down on Influence In society. As n stranger the forming of The Hague Tribunal long summer days, unobstructed even amongst you, I have had very great the world has taken. In our lifetime, by the friendly branches of shade pleasure In henring all that has been by far the longest step ever taken trees, considered beautiful? Is City Hall plaza, with Ita Irregular said In regard to total abstinence, I toward realizing the Christian Ideal may say that I drank It In from my of universal brotherhood. Hut. strange cornice Hues, Its total absonce of all mother's breast I have never tasted to say, while this has been going on, evidence of water or grasa sward, drink, and, 'what possibly Is not an the world's expenditures In prepara- considered beautiful? One of the areasy matter, have never offered It to tion for war have been Increased be- chitects. Paul Howard Haas, who asothers. The greatest difficulty we yond anything the past has known or sisted In designing and building the have Is In the social Intercourse of Imagined, so that tho cost of a mili- beautiful buildings comprising the life to entertain publicly, as a pub-li- e tant peace' haa becomo the world's World's fall at Chicago in 1884, Insist man, without drinking. So strong heaviest burden. We are to discuss, ed upon a uniform cornice line for all The French architect. are social habits that you have raised therefore, as a vital, urgent theme. buildings. ngatnst you all the weapons that sat- "Tho Terrible Evils of War, and the Earnest Dubrce, sold while visiting tbe exhibition that this uniform corire and ovlt communication can pos- Coming of tho Kelgn of I'eace." Micah has been picturing the sins nice added moro to tho artistic beauty, sibly find. You are called 'mean,' and 'niggardly,' nnd a hundred other of his nation, and the terrible punish- ot tho entlro offect of beauty, than things. I think, my lord, that the ment that was to come ns a result. any other thing. Are not our water fronts the moat change must coine from the wouion, Now ho turns In a flash to a contrastpeaceful practicable and desirable places In They must act as a lever In this mat- ing picture, tho glorious, Philadelphia to beautify? Could nut ter, though I do not knuw very well rolgn ot Measlah. how they are to do It. It was one of Tliero Is no thought that this happy comraorce, extending from Cramps' my duties, as tho mayor of llt'lfast, to time is to conclude human existence, shipyards to Washington avonuo, be entertain the representatives ot royal- but It Is to be tho last stage ot hu- removed to Just ns advantageous locaty, and It fas a dllflculty with me how man existence, and Is to be unending. tions, and tho Delawnro rivor, one of I "could do it without drink. UnforMicah saw tho beloved Mount Zlon, tho moat beautiful In the world, tunately, the lord Houtenant dropped tbo eastern. Temple hill of Jerusalem, flankod by stone coping, tbe embankupon me Just the week after I was ap- It was called the tower of tho flock, ment set with ornamental troes, beaupointed. That difficulty was groater, tbe flock being the Hebrews, and the tiful grass and flower beds, playing I think, than I might have been ablo Tvmpln being compared to the watch-towe- r fountains, extending to and running to withstand; but I had then my wife Into which the shepherds went parallel with a fine boulovard, by tho with me, and she said: 'Well, you had for shelter In a storm or for protec- side of whose shady walks and drlvoa better resign your office.' We curried tion from robbers. It is also ratted stand commodious buildings, with u It through as best we could. I trust tho strong hold. Zlon Is not a moun- uniform cornlco lino Is It possible to bequeath to our that the recollection of that may still tain but only a small hill, about 400 brighten her lifo in the other world. feet above the valley; yet the prophet :hlldren a "city beautiful" that Is filthy, whose prlvllegos and Hut It Is the dllflculty of soclnl life saw It rising grandly and surely unthat you must seek to unravel. You til It was lifted up far above tbe franchises have been subsidized and cannot do It by legislation. I am loftiest summits of the highest moun- appropriated by corporations, a city whose expenses return in municipal bound to say that when I waited upon tains on earth. omforts, blessings and privileges? In the lord lieutenant and told him about Ho saw restored the first dominion, word, are not the very foundamy difficulty, he said: 'My dear fellow, the glory that was his nation's under uniI would only spit upon you it you sacDavid and Solomon; yes, even more tions of beauty, cleanliness, pleasing prospective, real rifice.! your principles.' Ird Indon-derrmany nations formity, than that, since he saw uutltlty was too much of a gontluroan to flow unto It to learn of the ways ot art after nature's method, room for and pleasant acI should In any way lower Jehovah, the teachings ot the true and seek that myself, and I felt, as an old Sabbath religion. Flow Implies an impetuous, cess to for alt classes of the people, school teacher, working amongst tho voluntary onrush. like the Inward open space and waterways? Philadelyoung, nnd addressing meetings all sweep of tho t tides In th,n Hay phia I'dger. my life, that !f I had then put drink of Fundy Nations then will bo "born on the table I would have sacrificed In a day " Converts will come by MADE CITY OF TENEMENTS My lord 1'entecosts. all that I had ever done. The earth will be tilled bishop. It Is not an easy thing to act with tho knowledge of the I Ami, ns Misted Glorious thus. I have passed through a recent the waters cover the sea. It Is from How San Franclaco Rebuilding Opportunity In election and my bitterest enemies this triumphant Church of God that After Fire. were those who sold drink. It has universal peace will spring. It canbeen said In Ireland that tho readiest not come from any other source. In every city the cry of regret for way to a man's Intelligence Is through The central thought of this magnifiot tho past Is heard, how cent passage Is tho reign of Messiah, the mistakes his stomach. It ts wondorful ays the Survoy. Hut what or a city kindly we are disposed after we get that which all our churches exist to our dinner It has unquestionably an establish. Tho most striking evidence built on the hills a city of sunshine and breezes, swept clean by Immense Influence; and there Is a of that reign Is the inauguration o! lire, to he built anew In this Twentieth wfcnm It universal peace. large class In our country of century? Suroly tho builders would may bo said that tho readiest way to An effective federation of the na- grasp unrivaled opportunity their intelligence Is through n glass tions, such as might fitly bo called What Istheir Francisco's reply a city San of beer or spirits. You have that to "Tho United States of the World." small homes, a city of gardens? fight against. During my recent con- will tako the place of war It will of No. A city of tenements. test, anu during a contast ten years havo a world constitution, a world Ioklng back to April 17, 1906, ono ago, I never had nt tho election com- legislature, a world Judiciary, and a whole districts covered with meetings ono drop of strong world executive. Just as Individual sees mittee small houses, vine clad, fragmnt with drink. If we cannot carry an election nations now havo these Instruments flowers. On. April 18 the Ore swept without it, then. In God's name let u of government the city, and before a month had Temperance surrender " National Wo ran Inaugurate the reign of passed tbe builders were at work. Fast Advocate. peaco by helping the peace societies they built. Shelter was needed, exdo their noble work. Ily studying the pediency and desire for gain were question in Sunday schools and pub- paramount, and tho smoking ruins, Serious Form of Intoxication. Evidence hus comu to light show- lic schools. Ily nn earnest advocacy wero covered with poorly constructed ing that a very serious form of In- and study of missions, which do more buildings, several families crowding toxication Is Indulged In by many than anything else to cultivate tho Into a spare adequate for one. boys In Philadelphia, which Is pro- spirit of lovn for other peoples, and In loss than a year thougbful men duced by Inhaling gasoline fumes. understanding of them. Ily protest- and women realised that San FranconThe boys, who belong to tho poorer ing against tho war spirit in cisco was faro to face with n housing classes, havo possessed themselves In gress and against the appropriation problem and that no law existed to check the Increasing abuses. various ways of the gasoline, some- of vast sums for unnecessary times obtaining it from tank curs and Inllatod land values based on the What are recent gains In the direc- earning capacity of a small lot ruvorod at other times from lamp posts, and building In place ol then have Induced a condition physi- tion of International peace and fed- by a cal and mental which makes thorn for eration? Tho establishment ot the the former rottago havo Induced mucb tho time being practically crazy International court of arbitration at of the rapid rebuilding of San FranPhysicians nre looking into the mat- The Hague, which ts the beginning cisco. For not aiono In the poorei ter, and the pollre are endouvorlng of the world Judiciary. The ennctlng districts, but In every quartor ot th to break up the gangs who practice by tho nations of morn than olghty city, apartment houses, flats, multlpts this pernicious habit. The physical treaties agreeing to submit tllsputes buildings of every typo have super effects of such Indulgence nro very to The Hague court for arbitration. Bcded tho single f.iinlly house. of moro serious, In some cases proving fatal. Tho iieaeeful settlement than 600 International disputes, some Safeguarding City Trees. of them most ilu rigorous, such as that No Place for Young Man, In no other city In tho country, caused by the firing ot the Ilusslan Champ Clark, speuker of the na- fleet upon llrltlsh fishing vessels In probably, Is tho care ot the city shade tional house of representatives. In the North xea. The establishing ot trees ns systematic nnd continuous an spo4kint; of the evils of the saloon, the Cent nil American high court ot In llrooklyn. The card index ssteui said: nations. Tho forming of the Inter Is employed, with a beparuto card for Is no place for u young "The saloon national bureau of Anmrl.an repub- every tree, of which there aro 35,000. man Is 'ambitious to lead u clean, lics. Tbe placing of a beautiful The location of the tree, Ita approxisuccessful life. If ie wishes to excel statue of Christ upon the summit ot mate age, and Ita general health as reIn crime, rob hts mental and physical the Andes between Chile and Argen- ported by tbo tree Inspectors of the powers, consort with thugs, blacklegs, tina. In token of their ugreement not forostry department from time to prostitutes and thloves, be n dlsraco to fight each other. The forming of time; aro noted on the card. Every to his family and a stench o his own the Interparliamentary union, a large tree U inspected at least once a year, nostrils, why, I'd adtlse lilm to fre- body wsde up of members of the vari- and more often wbon Its condition quent saloons." llrooklyn ous national parliaments nnd con- warrants closer attention. gresses, working steadily for peace. places a high value on Its shado trees, and dooms the largo expenditure Lectures In Swedsn., The beginning of a world exocutlve The temperance organizations of by tho formation of many Internation- money for this exacting care of thena well spent. Springfield Union. Sweden made provUloti for a course al bureaus, such as the unlveral of scientific temperance .lectures In postal union, the international buHer Inspiration. several cities last winter, nnd In no reau of agriculture, and the Internaother country In the world 'could such tional committee of weights and The girl who knelt at church altars lectures Uave drawn such large audi- measures, The growing opposition to as It to pray and picked pockets In' ences. war on the part of financial institu- stead must have been reading uaga-linarticles on the Uvea of Ploua tions und business men and on the part of organized labor. When the Commercial Pirates. LlquoriTraffic Fortified. The Minor traffic urtlttea (lelf by laboring men of the' worid declare means of revenues to the government. that tbey will no longer serve in Records of Achievement. business men declare Tbe United Btates collects 1178,000.-001- ) armies and-th"Don't you want to leave footprint Ilrlt-ul- u a year from the trade, Oreat that they will no longer pay for war, In tho sands ot time?" $163,000,000; France l00,P!)O,000, this terrible curse will surely be ut aa "No," replied Mr, Dustln Stacka. end. and Ituila j:58.0')0.000, "I'd rather Uavo dollar marks." 11 y sea-givewar-Khlp- s. threo-famlly neo-coia- ry o "J May 18, 1911 KING PLAN OF THE CITIZEN VENTILATION Page Sevea Arrangement by Which Foul Air of Barn Is Removed by Shsft Illustration 8hows Flues. The King system of ventilation le an arrangement by which the foul air of tho barn la removed by a shaft cnllcd a ventilator. It Is built upon tho snrne principles ns a chimney to a fireplace. The fresh air Is admitted lo the barn by ducts mado In the wall that open on thn outside, near thebaso of tho wall and on tho Inside near the cclllngi says Hoard's Dairyman. This construction prevents tho warm air nt tho celling from passing down and out and permits thn cold air to bo tempered moro or less before It reach-e- a tho animals. The ventilating floe takes the coldest and foulest air from The Center of Things By DR. FRANK CRANE OUTLOOK MPROVED BEREH Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What What Bcrca Talents? Alms? the Training That luslneti Activity Qtlll at a Minimum But Prospects Are Mush More Hopeful. MILK COW THREE TIMES A DAY It Pays. According to neiults Secured by'Dslrymen and Owners of Large Herdi. Does It pay I" milk a cow three times n day? Dairymen and owners of largo herd say so. They can. nnd do, produce the proofs, too, that milking their, cows this often It a wy profitable, practice. To obtain the best results from your or cows, health and comfort must necessarily" bo considered carefully. The modern farmer Is mnklng rapid progress In regard to tho sanitary conditions or bis barns and dairy stables, and learning also many Improved methods of feeding. Yet a surprisingly large number of farmers do not see that the cow with n heavy, full udder, unrelieved, Is laboring against big odds. Tho two Indisputable benefits derived from milking three limes every day arc: A steady Increase In the r -- r . i ... Hinount of milk produced, and a higher percentage of butter fat In the milk. Tho first Is especially valuable to the persons who feed rklm-mllto the young slock. Danish dairymen hnvn shown clearly that Infrequent milking tends to make, tho lymphatic glands In tho cow's udder become Inactive and sluggish, which Is the principal cause of Jig up" stage, and proved the thorr.i, hly that when their cows were !. kv....'.: 'fart King System of Ventilation. the floor and carries It out of the barn. The Illustration shows the Intake nnd the outtake flues. Ventilator F should extend above the cupola and ventilator K Is the wrong system of construction. Opening Inside the barn Impairs the ventilator's draft. JERSEY COW IS BEAUTIFUL Its Gentleness and Pretty Fawn Color Takes Strong Hold on Sentiment of Farmers. avKt j'aVBB4i jflilH A Prize Winning Jersey. mllkid frequently It caused these glands to he enlivened and stimulated, with Uio result that more and belter milk was drawn from the tows, and tho milking period was lengthened In nearly every Instance. The. feed question high-class Kicp a breed of cows, and whatever expenses are Incurred by extra feed will bo overbalanced by a gain. The Itolatcln, Jersey and Ayrshire breeds aro considered the best for dairy purposes. Milk three times daily for a month and compare tho results with this month, (ilvo tho cow a square deal nnd you'll be a wiser, wealthier farmer, for thi experiment. PHYSICIANS NOW FAVOR MILK Once Regarded as Doubtful Diet day It Is Preferred to Anything Else for Sick. Illy To- Is solved, too. Possibly no class of cattle nppeala moro strongly to the majority of people than tho Jersey. Its gentleness nnd pretty fawn color, und tho deerlike nppearanco of the young calves, takes strong hold on the sentiment of people, farmers as well us others. The Jersey Is easily kept and while her flow of milk Is not ns large ns that of some other breeds. It makes up In richness nnd quality. The conforma tion of the Jersey Is lean and muscu lar, and represents the two dairy types. Well bred Jcrsoys hnve a thin skin, elastic nnd fine to touch, and covered with n thick coat of soft hair. Its back should be strong, straight nnd not sag; and the ribs, as in all dii try rows, should bo well sprung, New York. II. O. Dun & Coa weekly review of trade said; I have; discovered the center of tho Wnrnier weather has stimulated In It Is very wonderful and universe. In retail trade In comforting. I am the center of tho creased nctlvlty Arc Your universe. In n mlnuto this moraine most of the large centers, hut tho this flashed on me, nnd the puzzle of business situation ns a whole Is othTire Your erwise unsatisfactory, m far as tbo the ages was solved. YOU. is Has No moro dispute, as to whether tho Immediate volume of transaction In Are you not far advanced? Tbon enter tho goes round tho sun, or tho sun concerned, although tho outlook la earth Here you FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent round tho earth, or both round tho con- favorable. Consumption Is below pro will bo placed with others llko yourself, under, a special, teacher, and make whole stellation of Hercules, for tbo ducing capacity, and curtailment la most rapid progress. - You will matter Arithmetic and the common business revolves about mo. I am tho tho order of industry, particularly In branches and be ready lo uoe them. You will Jmc singing, drawing, farm axis. n One year In tbo and household management, and free When Proctor Knott extolled Du- - tho Iron and steel trade, In which School costs less tfion 90 and In worth 1,000. tuth as the spot where tho horizon thero has been n further blowing out Aro you aiming to bo a teacher? Then join tho comes down at equal distance in every of furnaces and a reduction In unfillNORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Hero you will be to direction, ho spoke tho sober, God's ed orders. trained that you will fear no examination, nnd you will be taught how to truth. I write these lines on a ship Steel Off for First Time. demand, for Bcrca trained teachers far exceeds the supply. thousand miles at sea; all around Is Unfilled tonnage of the United teach. The , Are you interested In earning money? water and sky; and right In tho exact State 8tecl Corporation shows a fall geographical center of everything am THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. ing off for the first time this year. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. t and my ship. Come to think of It, Nursing. this has always been the cara all ray Concessions are noted .In sales of Woodwork and Carpentry. alsouthern Iron for prompt delivery, Printing and Business Course, Etc. llfo. My fnther and mother existed for though prices on distant shipments Here you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy- doing ' the purpose of bringing me! Into the nre generally maintained. Somewhat things In a superior manner'. world ; my brothers being byproducta. more encouraging prospects nppear Aro you desiring the next best thing to a College Course? Then take The old Third ward school bouse tn in tho rail division, two railroads bq-- two years or three years In the Bprlngfleld, 111., was built tthnt I might ing in the market for a considerable Dean. Two GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, attend there, and (It has since been tonnage, while other negotiations aro years, or three years, In such practical studies as will fit you for nn honortorn down) learn to spell; Indeed, the able and useful life. You select your studies from such as these: Physientire educational system came Into pending. ology Uio science of health; Civics the science of government; Grammar Activity In Cotton Goods. being In order that I might go to that ; Klhlcs tho science of right the art of correct speech and Activity wab stimulated In the cot and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence; school. Kmperors dlo In China, and kings ton goods mnrketn by largo purchases Botany necessary for the doctor ajiiljiilerestlng to every lady; Pbyslcs are upset In Portugal; earthquakes mado for the nccount of printero and the science of machinery! Drawing, "Bookkeeping, etc., etc. Sicily and panics Wall street, converters, the total being In excess shake Do you wish to prepare to enter Clillege7 Start in the and all simply that the news thereof of GOO.OOO pieces. Jobbers aro care BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny, Mcr mny be laid before me at tho break ful purchasers of domestics. Dean. Best training in Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. Tho chants regard trade conditions as Im fast table. s Academy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body The big nnd little dippers jvhlrl proving slowly. of students of high character and ability, ante instructors, and use of Colabout the polo star, Antares winks, Weather a Factor. lege Library and apparatus. nnd Venus glows, and II alley h comet Adverse weather lias held back re-comes nnd goes for me. toll trade, but with every sign of And In all this there Is no egotism. higher temperature demand Increases In saying I am tho center of the considerably. Yarns are firmer, more For cosmos I do net nt all Imply that you as n consequence of high cotton than The College Itself staiids aiart from all the other BChoolB under its also are not the center of the cosmos. Increased demand. Tho export trade and has 'long maintained tbo highest standards known In the South, In fact, you ore; everybody Is. There Hi cotlonn is well nbove that tif a year tho Carnegie standards we havo diminished our former reare as many centers ns there are con ago. About 50 per cent of the loom-ag- e lo conform toKequlrvd quirements! and 'lectlvo studies with opportunity to concentrate sclous beings. Tho mistake we havo woolen available for worsted and laboratories college llbiary in Kentucky, made all along is In supposing there dress goods Ih employed. Tho trend In particular lines. Largest equipped for student practice. CourBeu leading to the degrees of A. B., B. can be but one center. If you look In men's wear toward woolens Is pro' through n window pane covered with nounced, nnd novelty fabrics are, be S., B. 1.., and B. Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Heed Organ. Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, drops or frost crystals at n point ing sought. rnln Band, may be taken for special fees in connection with work In any of the of light, you will notice that any way Shoes and Leather. aboe schools. you move your hond the light always Trading In footwear does not show remains the center of Innumerable con centric rings formed by the glistening the usual activity, although condi reflections. It Is even so In life, as you tions have Improved nnd manufacturers nre working on a fnlrly satis. move the center moves. Thero nre as many worlds ns there factory volume of orders. Leather cf Worklno Students. IWrea College, with Its affiliated Berea. are creatures. As Zangwill says: "The Is In slightly better demand, with schools, is Friend money-makininstitution. It req'iiiren certain fees, but not a scent world of dogs, the eye world of larger trading in the east. The doit expends many thousands of dollaru each year for the benefit of its stuuncanny touch world of mestic hide markets developed activbirds, the cost, and arranging for students advantages hats, the earth world of worms, the ity as an outcome of liberal buying. dents, giving highest every way. at lowest to cant nnd sijve In Tho principal movement was in nawater world of fUlics and gyroscopic OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect world of dancing mice, the flesh world tive steers nnd combing trading la the character and reputation of the- young people. Our students come from of. parasites, the microscopic world of 'intimated as Involving from 100,000 the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who maymicrobes, interest one nnother inex to 150,000 hides. be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. tricably and with nn Infinite InterAll except those with parents In Berea live in College buildings, and Business Failures. lacing, yet each is a symmetric sphere assist In work of boarding hall, farm nnd shops, receiving valuable trainHradhtrect'H Irsued these figures: of being, a rounded whole, nnd to Its HuslncsH failures In the United ing, and getting pay according to tho value of their labor. Except In windenizens the sole nnd States for the week ending May 11 ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their excosmos. The nccount of creation as given In were 1.45. against 234 last week, 21C penses. Write to the Secretary beforo coming to securo employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc.. vary the Pentateuch Is therefore psycholog in the like week of 1910, 224 In 1909. with different ieople. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the best, Icnlly and essentially correct; God did 231 In 1908. and 184 In 1907. Busi maka the sun nnd glvo man light by ness failures In Cauada for the week but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps da), and the moon and stars to shine number 24, which compares with 20 and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary- - The on him by night, as far as man Is con last week .and 24 In the like week of Storo furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and Best For text-book- Four.-datlo- . Book-Bindin- - letter-writing- class-room- Berea College Questions Answered g to prove profitable. Many other ventures In agriculture are fraught with risks and uncertainties, but this Invariably proves secure. In season and out of season. The demand for dairy products Is onstuntly on tho Increase. The time was when tho dairyman was compelled to bo on the watch for a marNowadays, ket for hla commodities. the consumer is out In search of him. Ills market Is assured. Conditions have been reversed, t Tho. constant growth of the great centers liao slowly but sureIndustrial ly brought about a revolution In the dairy market. Little by little the suburban farmers havo been forced to let rent before the steady advance of the builders' brigade, until now almost every fanner In tho land Is on an equal footing with thorn. Within a very few years the race has co in n to recognize as it never did before the true value of milk as an article of food. Ken among too, this rnmo change of opinion has come about. Formerly the doctor regarded milk as a doubtful ar ticle of diet for his patient. Now ho prefers It to anything else. The steady Increase In the price of all dairy products Is the best tribute to their worth that could possibly be paid. Tho world at large Is extending them a recognition such as It never did before; voluntarily places u higher estimate on their value than formerly. Tho dairy farmer can ask no mote substantial evidence of appreciation than bo Is today receiving from the (Otnmuulty at large, in the shape of udvanred prices for the products of his care and labor. And It Is well earned and Justly due. Any man who Is willing to conduct n dairy, In a progressive and painstaking manner, is bound to put his follow men under a debt of obligation to him which will not pass unre warded. Dairying H. II. nrOKIIAM Is always suro ) Jersey Milch Cow. giving a large should be broad bread-basket- . The hips apart. The udder Is of fairly good slie, al though not as large us those of the Holsteln and other breeds. The teuts should be large and well placed. The weight of the average Jersey cow Is souls. about 800 pounds. long and the thighs thin, muscular and set wide and cerned. If tho Bible had been written for angels It might have stated the case differently. When the penitent at the mourner's Wnch Is told that be will never find peace until he' believes that the eon of God came to save him personally, he Is told the plain truth; the meaning of which Is that ho is to movo In from the suburbs Into the center of creation. For It Is only when a soul feels the stars rise nhd fall about him orderly. angels and devils tugging at him, and all creation recognizing hla geocentric supremacy, that he gets poise nnd censes to bo eccentric. Kcccntrlc means having tho point about which a wheel revolves at one side of the center. There are so many discontented, unhappy people In the world, simply because there aro so many eccentric, lopIrregular sided, bumpy, Move Ih! Move Inl Occupy your due place In the spotlight, of des tiny! Worms do It, why not you? 1910. flour, exports Wheat. Including from the United States and Canada for the week ending May 11 aggre gate 3,131,031 bushels, against 1,944,- 327 last week nnd 2,933,538 this wecK last year. For the 45 weeks ending May 11 exports nre 104,35G,56 bush els, against 127,019,043 in the corresponding; period last year. Cora ex ports for tho week aro 5G9.738, uusn. els, against 275,059 last week and For the 45 weeks 312.56C In 1910. ending May 11 corn exports are 44,- against 25,812,020 630,977 bushels, last year. The Export Trade. other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES arc really bolow test. The College asks no rent for the flue buildings In which studentH live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or eitras, $1.35 a week. In the fall, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. guarantee for SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," return of room key. library books, etc. This is paid but once, and Is returned when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for caro of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). Tho Incidental Fee for most students Is $5.00 a term, $6.00 In Academy and Normal, nnd $7.00 in Colle-glat- o courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE ,.,iDC(ltijnl feo and room rent by the tqrm. board by the half terra. Installments Vre'aS follows: w FALL TERM Vocational Academy und Foundation School. und Normal. ' THE MARKETS College. $ 7.00 Incidental Fee $ 0 $ 6.00 9.4D Room.., Board, 7 Cinrlnmtl Grain Market, t VlnnrU'. liter llfttlMllS J4a4.25. do low grade $2.50a $3a3.2C. family fancy Philosophers have ridiculed this 2.60. hard patent $5a5.25, do 93a9Cc, red No. homoccntrlc theory. Goetbe turned $4.25a4.5C. Wheat jmo. 2 rea from It In disgust. Pope wrote causti- No. 3 red 87a93c, cally: "While man exclaims, 'See all things for my use!' 'Bee man for mine!' replies the pampered goose." Hut tbo Instinct of humanity Is wiser than the wisdom of tbo learned. Homer breathed truth when ho represented the gods fighting for and against Troy. The Old Testament Is right when It shows Jehovah actively Interested In the chosen people. Every peoplo is a chosen people, nnd there Is no God but our own peculiar Job. or Elohlni. And Jesus was most right and true of all when he bad us appropriate, jach. one of us, the special care of the Father of AU. Thero Is no Providence that Is of any mortal use to mo but Special Providence; if It Is only general It had ns well not bo nt ull. It Is precisely because ho clothes the lilies of tho field that he will uIeo clothe ye, O ye of little f nit h. h notes the sparrow he will note you. You have an Inalienable right to yvur centrlclty. Occupy It. You cannot bellevo In God unless you believe he Is yours. The only real Cod Is my God. weeks 7.00 !l.45 $22,45 3.45 $31.90 $31.40 $ 6.00 7.00 8.45 $23.45 V.45 Amount due Sept. 13. 1911 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1. $20.05 It'll D.45 Farmers carry on dairying as Hue. a side No. 2 White 56'Aa57c, No. 3 No. 2 yellow white 57c, No. 3 yellow COaSfl&c, No. 2 wm1 r,ilUnr,r,Vp. No. 3 mixed ."r.Ua &6cr Oats No. 2 white, Corn nw. 50a uuj c, Total fur term If paid In advance WINTER TERM $29.50 $23.00 $ 5.00 COO $32.90 $32,40 $ Incidental Fee Room Board. 6 weeks Amount due Jan. 3,,1912 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 7.00 courage quality.' The milker should wear clean cloth I ii nrrferabtv white. (lood feeding la an Integral part of success In breeding dairy cattle. The Jersey cow Is adapted to the conditions Imposed by all climates. ff Inintwllnir tn ffot Into thn dalrv business and don't plan u silo, stay out. On tho farm the Jersey has proven herself to tie tne inter ot tne mort 1U Paying for quality Is the way to en standard white 3fj',jajuc, 35a35iC. n. 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29,00 UBXO $ 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 $ 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 $31.70 $ S4.7Ca.j.75. butcher Shlnnm-steers, extra $5,85a 6, good to cholco fCaC.10, extra $5ai.65; heifers. Live Stock. c The cow's flank and udder should be wiped with a damp cloth before milking. k'....ii the caws comfortable at nlsbt especially when the weather Is cold Atiri wet. There Is n general movement among creamery men to pay for but tcr fnt according to quality. Tii n dairy cow has a highly tern pered nervous system Which responds to cither cure or negligence. There are some objections to using good to choice $5a5.75. cows, extra goou to cnoice S4.ti0a4.75; ia Hulls llolOL-- i mi ..niiiiArc 12.2.r.fi3.ri0. $5.40a3.50. Calves na $4.50a5.35, extra fair to good $6a Extra $0.75; latgo naii.au, common aim 7; f!rwwl tn choice nackers and i.iitAimm ii: 4ilnft.4V mixed iini'kerH C.36a0.40, common to choice heavy fat sows iJ.7iaii.iiU, pigs tuu jusimu less $3.75, good Kxlm Sheei 5aC35. . Ex tu cholco tra, 15.60, spring Iambs, Juai.DO. $3.2r-a3.ti0- Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM :?.t. Incidental Feu Room Board, 5 weeks 000 I 0.00 T..O0 t'O 6.7.r 6.75 $17.75 C.75 $24.50 $24.00 7.00 5.00 0.75 ...$l5.7f. Airoiint due March 27. 1912 C.75 Board 5 weeks, duo May 1. 1912 .. .. Total for term If paid In advance $22.10 $22X0 $18.75 0.75 $25.tti $25.00 Celer) Michigan dozen. Kggplaiits .50a2 box. a Honey I3.75S4 crntu. I.om orate. Temptation. vetch, especially spring vetch, unless $3.50a3.75. Oulous California If you cantidt remove temptation ons it can be cut before seeds form. Oranges The farmers that havo had most from the' boys, tbcu reverse the orde'i. Now Orleans 10al5c a dozen. J.50a3.75 -2box. .innrlonro with allsiru sre Ih (i most und titko the boy away from toiupta-tlon- n .75a:i IiltntrM-- risieappli'b fniitn llDn NfirltMiln Itev. Itoby Day, Methodist, Kanenthusiastic advocate of the siloing bu. Kurly Ohio 65a In 1.25 bu. sas City. i) stem. Tunil,w- -l 50a2.50. 2)a25c Poultry Hens 13c lb, spring chick- ens 20a25c lb, ducks 12c, turkeys Kggb Prinui firsts 13c, grew OaSc. 14c. Butter Creamery 15c. tlrtts extra 24c, firsts 20c, fancy dairy 5.5(aC a bb!., Apples Fancy 14c. choice tSa&.&Q a bbl. I'nrrois X i. -- Plan Now, Gome September 13th yoimt, man or young woinan cun get an education ats Any Betva if there Is the will to du so. It is ii great advantage lo sturt In the Fall and have u. full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time in the public schools golni over nnd oer the rame things, when they might bo Improving much fastei by coming to Heron and starting in on new studios with koiuo of tho hen young uii'ii and women fiom other counties und Str.tt'h. Make your plans to comu September 13th. For Information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary. alile-hoiile- flal.25 a -- Will 2. Gamble, bereh, ky. I Pace Eight. nonononoonononononononoweononononoononononoononoji 2 . THE CITIZEN. May 18, 1911. I 1 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Wo ! s 5 HAS NO SUBSTITUTE cortefo4ace not putlUfcet ! sifted CTUcace In lull ty tit for publicities, bit of rood Ulth. writer. Wilt its iibi plainly. aitoitoitoktoitoitoiioKOKOitoitoKOKOoiioMoMoiioMoMoMotiolioMoMoMoM Mx subscription, $1.00; months, CO cents; three months Tho county is watered by tho Canacents. dian rlu--r and IU tributaries. The Tho premium knlfo Is only sold surface of tho laud Is a rolling praiwith tho yearly cash subscription rie, nnd tho soli exceedingly rich. and then tho price ot tho two is Farms sell nt 25 to lw) per aero. never Iss nor mom than $1.25. Ono railway, the Santa Fe, Tho knlfo would retail at 75 cents travels the central part. of tho county troiii nnd Is therefore handled by us nt ii north to kouth, a distance of about 12 our loss nnd only to accommodate miles nud is ussessed at $5,0M pr friend". Wo would much prefer to mile, while another lino Is projected r"cclvfl subscriptions without It. IIOO.NK -j enrouto to Breathitt and ether niounftom Shawneo to .N'ornmu. MADISON COUNTY When we began to uso tho knlfo Boone, May 15. Mr. H. Grant I I Ki llttlo flaiiTVi. iaiu mui".-w-m., ml.. .Vornun. my lunie, is tho Coui.'y Go to M. D. Settle, Big Hill. for , eiy sick. wv sold it nnd The Citlzcu to new l. Huff who has lo.n IIT Ol JJ. J. Iiuuutkuu, uao ifv i. Seat, it Is n flno littlo city with a fino shoes. Good flour and all kinds 'qclte ill Is Improving. Born to M.' subscribers for $1.00 but tho loss was tick this week. Rachel nnd Hobart of groceries at bottom prices. population of over four thousand, and Mrs. Joo Wren on tho 14th, u too great and wo had to add tho it Holcomb, Cora and Andy Montgomery Ii located on the Sunlu Fo quarter, and then tho price became IIAKT. boy. Church services wero held near railroad. CbniH, attonded church at Cannon's Over three hundred ears wero load Harts, .May 13. All tho faimers ars Boono on Sunday, May 14th. Th the same to both new and old sub- Sunday. Jas. W. Wilson and Earl hustling to get their corn planted. ed out of .Voruian lit tho last twelve .service was conducted by tho Rov. scrlbers $1.23 for paper and knife. Goodman of Wcichburg were hero this Tho Sunday-schomontiis carrying principally farm at Harts met Sun week with a load of fertilizer for day evening at 2:30 and organized. products and llvo stock. H. C. Ward. There will be a match Thoro wero 75 pupils present, old FOR An Intcrurbau line has boon char game of ball, Sunday afternoon, be folks as well as young. tered from Oklahoma City to Norman Everybody tween Maulden and New Zlon ball jcomo and let all lend a helping qnd now completed half way. Tombstones and Corner Posts for lots call upon teams. Wo havo hero cotton oil hand. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Barclay mills, ii roii. two gins, ono flour mill, cf Red Houso visited their daughI Have No Agents OKLAHOMA LETTER elevators, Hugh, May 15. Some of tho men ter, Mrs. T. J. Lake. Misses Minono Ico plant, brick plant, cigar nor Partners ami aro dono planting corn and some nlo and Daisy Lake visited tobacco factory, two wholesalo con.Norman, Okln., r, their havo to wait for rain so they can cerns, a hundred or moru retail, ami Dear Kdltor: Mrs. Nannie Hammond, of Dis-- 1 harrow their ground. Howard Man- putauta. .Misses Addle and Candaco When I le(t Kentucky ten mouths two National BauU. Wo also j hao ning lost a flno bay mare, Sundiy C'OVld tit HlTI'n vlslflxl linmit fV.llo ngo I promised maiiy of my friends the Stato University which is valued morning -S- overal from c"' lo Saturday and Suuday.Thos. Spoouyl ind relatives to write them what I at ISSO.OOO, with enrollment. 1010 Pilot Knob, Sunday. Robert Smith nioro of Roundstono visited his sls- thought of tho new state, faculty G2; Public bchools. and two nnd Miss Frances Azblll wero guests ter, Mrs. Jas. Ballenger, j Tho territory which Includes thi High Schools. recently. ut Mr. Geo. Bcnge's, Sunday. Hir- Mr. and Mrs. W. B. j A Sanitarium is located new state uf Oklahoma was discoverLake of Silvr Just oil tho am Baker was at W. R. Benge's, Creek wero at ed by as early its 1GU. In east shlo f tl0 tuwn .. . Harts, Saturday even- Sunday, on business. Several from ing. John Gadd 1SIC tho government phnn's homo Is belnu built riv. ...m.., conceived tho is planning to go hero aro planning to go to tho big to Illinois in a pioject of dividing this region tioi ' wost of town. short liruo. There day at Cow Bell, Sunday. will bo a singing at Hurt's Chapel, unbraced In tho uuw stato Into ln- - i Our llttlo "city hus teu uillim of CI.OVi:it HOTTOM. Thursday night. Help us build up t dian reservations. Tho plan was ca- .- urlck paved streets, lo miles of wa- 'lied out and up to lhs'J over 25.000.WJ l''r mains, J utiles of sanitary Clover Bottom, May 14. Mrs. A. 0. our Sunday School. Quito a mini- - t acres of choice land were barred to ver threo miles stouo sewers, elnht' Illcknell visited her Blck brother, ier took suppor with Mr, and Mrs. the whlto man and devoted to homing churches, a thealer and two muulcl-th- o Jack Cruso, today ami reports him '1'. J. Lake, Saturday evening. Aunt pnl parks euch of 2u acres. Loll, Indians. somo better. Miss Hattlo Cruse, cf Salllo McQueen lias gone to Ford in But on March 2, Ib'J'J, the bill business districts of the city are worth Round Hill, ls visiting her brother, to visit her daughter. Chas Davis opening Okluhoma was signed by to J2.C00 iHeh, size 25x110; ro-- 1 Major Cruse. A number of civil cases 'of White Hall was hero recently on were disposed of in S. A. Kngle's business. Rov. John Browor preach- - i resident Cleveland and on Murch 22 "Idcnce lots, $200 to 1300. each , COilii) UVAHV, ...... ft . . ft .. . i I. court yesterday aud ono examination ,cd ut Boone's Gap, Sunday evening, scnooi ouiidingM, university Hamsun issueu mo proe - i.llf " Mrs. Kittle Jackson visited her i ol a felony charge against Jack Car- tho laud would bo buildings ami the most of our church jiamutlou that peuter, charging hlui with obtaining Ulster, Mrs. Logsdon, Sunday. Rov. opened to settlement nt 12 o'clock, uusiness houses are built of Refinishing Floors and Furniture will bring you more noon, April 22. monoy under fulse pretenbo. Tho LuiiBford will preach hero overy lint and concrete. pleasure and abiding happiness ; your home than anythms Tho day previous to tho oiienlng It I l"lila Is a flnu country and I want court dismissed said charge nud re- - Sunday night In each month, you can do about the home for which you will spend any uch small (was estimated that 10,000 people were to say to any ono who ls iiiiiUino. leased tho defendant. Lucy Dean is kinoston amount in time and money as will he the expenditure in this work. Pick this week. Mrs. Minnlo Blck- Kingston, Muy 13. A number of ;fit Arkansas City uwultiug tho signal. rl arrangements to come west that ,Irgo numbois wero also ut Hunn- - ,"u can't beat Oklahoma. He may flud mil Is preparing to tako tho Juiw .people wero entertained at tho homo "DO YOU REALIZE WHAT YOU CAN ACCOMPLISH?" 'well, Caldwell and other points ulon,; cheaper land, but, to tako into examination for a teacher's certifi- of J. C. Powell, Sunday. They wero o u, cate. Shu has applied for the Clover as follows: .Mr. and Mrs. I. A. southern lino of Kansas. Fifteen 'ideration tho ellnmto tho rainfall (iottom school. Hardin Long has also Mr .and Mrx. Lewis Sandlln, Jlialns curried people into tho Terrl- - ,llu fertility of tho soil, tho railroad' pppMed for tho same. Clifford Dean Mr. and Mrs. lory from Arkansas City that mom- - "ccommodntlon, the health, tho schools Roy Hudson, Miss i btucit a nail in his foot toduy aud Gusslo Rucker, Skid Bowman, Mol- - i Ing. nud other educational Institutions. 1 Juno C, 1S00, Congress created the '"" "mJo to bollevu Oklatiomn Is tho hurt It seriously. J. A. Smith ami lio Sparks and Rhoda Bowman. Miss j John Baker attonded S. A. Engie'rt Fnlry Settle spent Sunday with Ma- territory of Oklahoma with seven best, 1 Justlco Court, yesterday. C. P. Moore, hel and Leila Flanery. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bet Tho Citizen overy Sunday counties, Logan, Payne, Kingfisher, Is permanent in ill color, never fades, positively durable because it is made County Attorney, wus In this part of Whit Moody were tho guests of Mr. Canadian and Clevelund, tho origin-- 1 Morning and It is a great pleasure of best materials, Old painted floors made to look like new in all beautiful tho county, tho 13th, on legal busi- aud Mrs. Alex Azblll, Saturday night. al Oklahoma and added the county 1,1 mo to read tho correspondent shades, such as Mahogany, Antique Oak, etc. Makes old woodwork and ness, Sunday School ls progressing many places 1 know so well, Misses Lulu Buchanan and Molllo known as "no man's land which old furniture as good as new. "IS THIS CLEAR TO YOU 7'' j ideely at Cave Springs. Lebllo Bow-ll- n Sparks made a business trip to RichWlshlug Tho Citizen and Its many came Beaver couuty. FOR 8ALC BY I bought a nlco cow and calf from mond, Wednesday. Miss Bucbannon From this latter thousands of acres renders much succoss I remain, Robert Abrams for $47.60. Plenty of will leave Monday, for Llttlo Rock, cf flno land were opened for settle- Faithfully yours, apples and cherries ln this county Arkansas, where she will be with ment most oycry year until the but J, D. Plerson, this year and a fow peaches and her sister for some time. MUs Eva treat opening in December 1'JOG when ill W. Uufaula Street pears. Lewis mado a business trip to Rlch- C05.000 acres of land which had been t Norman, Oklahoma. I ol PARROT Parrot, May 13. Farmers are havANNTIIXK ing fjne weather for planting corn. J. Annvllle, May 13. Tbo formers Harris, who has been confined to his hero havo been u,ulto busy planting bed for soveral weeks with typhoid corn. Uev. 0. 1. Hacker preached a Mer, is a little better. Several poo-l.l- o very Interesting sermon hero today. from hero attended tho funeral Those- who were delegates to tho (f Martha J. Parker nt Mt. Zlon, C. K. Convention at Lexington Sunday. John Harris, Stato hid n plowMrs. II. E. ing, Inst week were Mr. and Thursday, and had much work Uadcr. Miss Mattlo and Leonard done. Stephen Uabbaid and wife They all report a nlco trip. were visiting at Adam Price's, Sunwere Mcdlock Mr. Itader and Mr. day night Thos. Faubus failed to convendelegates to tho Republican fill his appointment at Letter Box, Miss Medlock and Mrs. Saturday nlghf. Stephen Gabbard has tion at Pari and relatives had mumps tho past week. Minnlo Uadcr visited frlonds bl Horea three days last week. Lit i'rlco visited her sister, Mnry J. Cor tle Miss lloba Koberts from Berea Is j neUu Wednesday night. Tho Holi- vlslting ncr cousins, ess people havo their church house and Pearl Medlockp . A Dellollandca C0Uipletca.Uncle umlo Ad. or and Miss Charlotte .Moss.or I;IlI8on , very m.M rs. Leatha Tiu- I v sit to their old home- .Bono on a y. ... . . Kouori iiawmigs, .Mr. juiiin.-.idaughter, Maria Gabbard, and has )icadcr and J. H. Shook, traveling lmd a severe cast) of sickness. Is salesmen, havo been calling on tho to be out again. John Jones had n;erchants hero this week. R. W. a log rolling, Friday. Strong Is at London on tho Federal riurirn Jury this week. Robert Johnson un Prlett, Mny 14. Obituary : Mrs. mother, Gilbert Maggard died aro visiting their Albert of cancer at .Mrs. Beccher, this week. her homo on May Cth, 73 years of nge. Sho was a member of tho Bap- TVNr.lt Tyner, May 12. Mr. and Mrs. .V. list Church nnd hud lived an earnest K. Jones are happy over the arriv.U christian life, expressing on hT ofa 12 pound baby girl in their home.- death bed no fear of the future but They have christened her, Mary Em- the hope of eternal life. Mrs. Maggard ...l Ll . Mnll.nr ...... lll1If OIK! Ql'0 uoin'i is survived uy ner husband, four I ..lUlllv. mill ' nicely. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. P. daughters nnd two tons. Interment baby on tho 9th. Their took place in tho Short cemetery, Railer a girl CLAY COUNTY loy was turned to sorrow as tho lit- .ni:.tonn ckkkk tic ono lived but 12 hours. Tho mothROCKCASTLE COUNTY Sextons Greek, .May 12. Mrs. or is not doing well. Mr. and Mrs. wii.iiii; d wow nie Brewer has moved into the Setzer of Hamilton, 0., Wlldle, May 13. Mr. and Mrs. Kenhome owing to the serious ill- perty of Nathan Sparks. Corn plant ,ca nt ho tatter's mother. Mrs. Bunt- ing Is on a boom here now. Rev. J. nel Smith ot Hlatt, visited Mr. nuil g:.n. Walter Creech lias returned P. Mctcalf filled his regular annolnt- - 'Mrs. Jesso Proctor, Sunday. H. S. Rrannaman Is reported among the from London, where he has leen at- ment at union, Sunday. Chas. Chanis dler of Indian Creek, Owsley County, tick. Miss Klla Nash ot Ben-B. M. S. Mrs. Miltending tho S. visiting friends here. F.smer Hayes ler's health continues bad. W. 15. and Nellie Banks were united Hi was witli his mother, Mrs. Mary marriage today. Rev. J. P. Metcalf Reynolds made a trip to East Bern-staHenry Say lor has mo veil Hayes, In Berea, Saturday. Mrs. week after a now reaper officiated. this to his new homo near tho head nf Alua Magtll of Nebraska arrived hero i.nd binder, which ho had bought. Wednesday, to visit her mother, Mr. Ed Vaught shot and killed 0 weasles Anglln Branch. A. T. Fibb. Mrs. W. A. Coffey co- vim: two shots. Jim Moore today with Vine, May 12. Farmers aro very tl,,ues nbout tho wme. Mr. nud killed two fine ducks on his mill ' VrsJalI,cs Hayes of Conway were pond last week with ono shot. J. T. ,busy planting corn. Mrs. Polly lJcn- Sunday. Itev. Lunsford Moore aro in tho cross tie t:!ngton Is very blck. Born to Mr. ln Wlldle, and L. C. l, at this placo the first 400 lo and Mrs. Andrew Maupin, a find iiusiness. They want to float on tho bth. Mr. and Mrs. Kll llay ,n ench month. Mr. and Mrs. the Livingston market on the visited with L. T. Ustrldgo aro visiting relatives at Lon- - ' Ricnnrd tide. don, this week. Chas. and Martha stowart. Sunday. Miss Katlo l'n- .M,U'I.IK the latter's parenls, tons ls ver' lck. Tho Wlldle bas.-IP- ud Maulden, May 13. Died' May Cth. Clark, visited Wilson of Strinctown. Sundn . i ,,a11 tPa"' wt'nt to Berea, Saturday, ot cancer. Maggard, Mrs. Gilbert and enjoyed a fine game with She had been sick tor borne tlm, j o. b. wolt organized a Sunday tho Bluo Lick team. The wore was but boro her sickness well. She was Hhool at Maulden a few Sundays asa j 14 to 5 In favor of Bluo Lick. Mrs. to rest in the Maulden ceme- and Is having good tuccess. Jirs. P. li:ld Tho bereav- V Downey visited relatives on Rader Mary E. Coffoy Is visiting her daughtery, Sunday afternoon. ter, Mrs. A. E. Reynolds ln Livingsed family has our heartfelt sympathy. lust Saturday and Sunday. Ethel ton, this week. Logan Towery of Mr. andMrs. Wm. Bowles and Mr. Pennington who has been sick with Berea was visiting friends hero last and Mrs. Jas. H. Jones of Tyner visit pneumonia fever Is able to bo out weok. Xlrs. T. S. Brannaman ls rd Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Short, Sun- ngain. l,izzig Uownian accidentally slowly Improving. Ethel Reynolds tSay. Charles II. Cook, traveling sales- - stuck a nail in her foot last week continues about tho same. man, passed thru Maulden, Monday, j r"'d has been unable to walk since, JACKSON COUNTY - Mod-loc- I ; it-- 1 I t unwelcome, yet true, i that this tithing system has boon is a mighty power in ntlng for over sixty years, and you'll American commerce nnd politics. From suffer no menial fatlsue In grlnnlnc the very nature ot the system It could ' tho fact that tho Mormon pllo stands not bo otherwise. Ono ot tho fundaI romlnontly among tho great swollen ' mental tcnots ot tho organization Is fortunes ot tho world. tho paying of tithes. Regardless of povThis vast storo of wealth Is manierty or affluence, every church mempulated by tho Mormon Hierarchy and ber, It ho secures standing ln tlio anyone who Is at all skeptical regardb. church, recognition In his community ing Mormon activity In trusts and mid patronage In his business, must mny bo Interested to know pay tho church ono dollar of every tommerco ti.nt In addition to being Presldont o! ten ho earns. I ho church, Joseph F. Smith ls presiOf tho disposition ot his money ho Merof the Zlon never knows. No statement of church dent cantile Institution (with capital stock finances over Is mndo and, notwith$1,000,000); of tho Stato Bank standing Mormon denials, it ls a of over ot Utnh; .Ion Saving and Trust Co.; reprehensible breach of religious tho Utah Sugar Co.; of tho Idaho to inquire. A laconic bishop of Sugar Co.; ot tho Consolidated WaThm epitomized tho situation when ho gon nnd Machine Co.; of tho Salt replied to ono nudaclous seeker, "It Lako and Los Angeles R. R. Co.; of you're n GOOD Mormon you won't ho Saltnlr Beach Co. which by the knowJ lf uu rB S0T n ood way "nnt runs a liquor bnr on tho sld; M,r",0 o,1V0 no 1""Iiicm to know.' nnd ntrout thirty more companies of Calculate for a moment the stream Wednesday. Green mond, Pow!l '(il gold that frowss Into tho church which space forbids mention spent a fow days last week with his, Tho Mormon church with Joseph V, the wage earners Bal- - l sister, Mrs. Roy Hudson.-Llt- .lo has mil0n0 ,,evuut .Smith ns 'Trustee-ln-trust- " nmoK 'M-Wli.rd Turley was tho guest ot his aunt, CauJd onTrlends m Wil - churchnmn, engaged In tho mining lions of dollars invested In railroads, part .'niK WISWUI , Mrs. Whit Moody, the, latter ntotio contri sleid, sugar, tobacco, nud other proOpple nnd smelting buslnet-swas ulo, Sunday. Ttlbblo llrant, of last week. Chester Parks tected Industries. That, In view of Owens and Robert Chlldere took dln-je- r butes over $100,0iK) In tithes annually. tho guest of his undo near lexln?-to- n It Is a conservative estimate that the fact that the Muruiou priesthood 1). M. Singleton, Sunday. with - Is legnrded as p.irt of God himself. from Saturday till Tuesday. Miss Mrs. M. T. Singleton spent the first places the church Income nt $lfi,000,- ! Suda Powell and mother wero In lie- eOO per year. Church excuse small. speaking with the power mid Infnlll- the wtok with relatives nt Fort tea. Friday, on business. Misses rl MifKdouarles travel without purs. nnd l.lllty of Dlety, having teinoral and Richmond. Mtk nud oillo 11. Murray made i Estill nnd scrip, or pay their own oaiu'iisph. No political as wWl as spiritual and eter-i.ii- 'l M. Williams Hader ls v.r) lll.-- W. business trip to Richmond. Friday, Jurisdictions, ami dUobedltinop ef v lui flas bueu in veiy poor health Is talarles nro supiosed to be raid an Mrs. A brains of Lexington Is thi Hence the l.irg. r Ms doctrine Insuring swift and sure Maggl' Umrch worker. wat o lcr slstPr Mrs. Ann Park. gutting along nicely. Mrs. to Wil-de- , part ot this money is Immediately in- punishment, iimketi Mormonlsm s Tilnwtn iinwmnn will Ijiswt'll made a flying trip thu wmt.-v- i.. vested In enterprises whoso dividends, Insidious and detHttahle a Hrll to Tuesday. leave, Sunday, for Mt. Vernon, Ky., ns has been proven, range from ten o.ir ixilltlcal Institutions ns It is to "hero sho will bo tho guest of her to thirty per cut. Itememtwr also mir churches nnd homes. LAUREL COUNTY brother for some time. IHIMIA.1I pOYAi mm POWDER Absolutely Pure Oresm of Tartar only baking powder made from Royal Crapa Messrs. Lambert, Brewer and Weaver. Dr. Charles Robinson of llerv.i was In Boono on Sunday. Miss Hat-l- o Poynter and Mary Croucher who iuo attending school In Berea were visiting frlonds nnd relatives hero over Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Geo. Smith of Brlnncl Rldgo was vlsltlmr at the home of 1). B. Chastcen on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Chas-tee- n were visiting relatives near Bis Saturday nud Sunday. Pal Hill, Owens who has been 111 is improving. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wren wero visiting In Beron, Sunday. Mrs. Mat-tj- o Gadd of Rockford visited relatives and friends near Boone, Sunday. Mrs. Nora Wren mndo a business trip to Berea ono day last week. J. H. Lambeit made n business trip to Mt. Vernon ono day Inst week. OKI. AN IX) Orlando, May 13. Miss Ruth Hoy-poof Ravon Wood was visiting Miss M. T. Singleton, Friday. Sundiy is regular church day at Maplo Grove, sorvlccs by tho Rev. Mr. Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Williams whoso liouso was burned some tlmo agj havo moved Into ono of D.M. Single- Mulllns nn I ton's resldonces.-Fm- nk W. M. Nicely ot Borcn wero her.', .,.. ,ii.i .n.i c rt MORMONISM A Power for Evil in Commerce and PoliticsVicious Tithing System.. Result of Uy NORMAN A. IMRIK It Is ugly, to , "S,Xl ?Z ZZyoZn "Zw - '" ' jurn ' j - dt May 12. Bonhnm, Juio Splvfy while walking thru an old field a few days ago carrying a shot gnu In his hand, was struck by lightning. The shock llred his gun off and tho muzzle struck into the ground Uv or thre Inches. Mr. Spley was unhurt but badly frightened. Klb-- rt i who has Ixen sick so long I:. not Improving. Frii-mnj- OWSLEY COUNTY EDITORAL NOTE The Citizen has at present but three agents authorized to represent .1 In Owsley Cointy. Tli.ey nro Mr. Jhs. C. Bowman cf Berea, Mr. Neil Mellono of Big Hill, and Mr. Jnm.s R. Gabbard of Rlcetown. These havo no authority to sell The Citizen except at tho following Sun-gir- net , ''' rate-Year'- s FINE MONUMENTS Wm. Huff I Rlcetown, May In Leslie, County this week. Jam s luff of Perry County, formerly of this place, is here visiting old friend Rev. John Wl- nnd acquaintances. uer of Clay County Is here preaehum nnd visiting relatives. Mr. and Mm. l'loytl Lucas havo returned home from u visit with friends and relatives at U-v-l and TUllcga, Ky. Miss LUzle Baker, dauKhter of Abner Baker, died Tuesday, of consumption after Ing 111 for xoliiu time. Mis. HU Gabbard died Inst week of stomach trouble. She was buried at tho old Gabbard graeyaid. The luucral wis by Ruv. Isaac Gabbard. Bros. Roberts nud Mason aho gn" talks. Uncle Georgi W. Gnbbn.'.l, an old soldier ln the Civil War, (ussed from this earth last Wednesday. Ho had been 111 for only a few weeks and hud confessed his willlugnii's' to dio and said that ii wits prepared to mtet his God. Funeral services wero held at tho old Gabbard burying ground, Thursday afternoon, by Itev. Cordell Roberts and John Mason. Bro. Isaac Gabbard Did Bill Mcintosh each gave a beautiful talk. Bro. Cordell Roberts, pa- -' tor ot the Missionary Baptist church hero. Is doing much good in the Chris tian cause. Ho Is laboring eariHstly aud faithfully trying to bring sinners to repentoucu and to follow the Lord and Savior. Last Saturday 'afternoon Bro. Roberts baptized 12. There wore nbout thirty to bo baptised but somo were not ready for tho ordinance nt that time and will bo baptized the second Saturday in Juno. Wo Join In wishing Bro. Roberts God speed In all his efforts. -'. jicsorved from tho Comunchc and Ap ache lands for pastutngo weru sold in 160 aero traits by tho government. In this wlso 2,.".00 furiiis wero oenwi to white settlement. I Cleveland County where I havo Jo- inted Is ono of the heaiiest cotton nowlng districts of Oklahoma, has ii jtopulation of out ly.000 and asseits-t- d tax valuation aggregating JlO.OoO,-00- 0. Tho county tins an area of U7C square miles, of which I0.S68 acres nro natural forest. 5T1.G1G acres farm lands nnd nbout !0,CW0 acres are cultivated, The farm production averages iy,2'.0,000 mid tho llvo stock l valued nt iSOo.WO. Tho princlpul farm products of Cleveland County In tho order of pcreago and value arc cotton, corn, Mieot, oats, nlfalfa hay, kafflr corn, castor beaiiB and potatoes. S. McGuire, Berea, Ky. sU-te- I I ! 1 ' . in-muuit- ... 'r I I con-Mh- Bort1-ma- "Hanna's Lustro Finish" "Made To Walk On" m j WILLIAM ISAACS, Berea, Ky.