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Knowledge ii power ud th way to keep up with modern knowledge It to read good newspaper. Fecrple One Dollar a year. No. 20 Vol. XIII. Fire BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 18, 1012 PREVENTION OF CRIME THIRD STEP. "f we please you tell others, if not, tell us." Don't Buy your Roofing until You See Us WHY? HECA USE we art Ike only people that make a specialty of the Roofing Huslnrss. 3. HECA USE we tell more good roofing than all He other dealer t . One Pleasant Thing about OURj business is the SATISFACTION WE GET from the SATISFACTION WE GIVE. OUR customers go away satisfied; if the satisfaction doesn't last we want them to come back and tell us so. C& The first step in crime prevention should be taken by the parents, and, before the birth of the child prtnalal influence. The first word, the process word, la eugenic. The second step is also the province of the parents their positive duty parental influence, the piocess word being training. These have been discussed in the two previous issues of the Citizen and we come now to the third step and the third word. What are they f The next great agency for the prevention of crime is or should be, the schools. The third step then may be characterized by an expression similar to those descriptive of the two former steps scholastic influence. And here also there ii a process word. It is disci-pline. combined, ' Clothing, Shoes For Furnishings Man or Boy R. R. COYLE, Berea, Ky. Y. M, C, A, NOTES Y. M. C. A. Notes. On lost Thursday night, 33 volunteer lllble Study classes, with student leaders, mot In tho various men's dormitories. Tho attendance was 332 out of an enrollment of 374 men, a ptrccntage of 83.8. Tho enrollment and Interest malnfestcd In this particular branch of tho work is greater than ever beforo and from the present outlook soy oral now classes will have to bo organized. Tho membership to date totals 301, JUDGE L1NDSEY IN BEREA Chapel Crowded to Hear the "Boys' Friend" Tell How the Juvenile Court Movement Ii Trying to Save the Boy. Through tho alertness of President Frost, Herea had tho prlvllego of listening on Sunday In tho College Chapel to a most excellent address by Judge Ren H. Llndsey of Denver, Colo., well known throughout the country as the leader In tho movement for securing for tho street boy mora careful and wise consideration than tho courts have hitherto given to his Interests. Judgo Llndsey Is well known to tho public by his writings in magazines and by his book, "Tho Roast and Tho Jungle." His successful fight against tho machine politicians who lined up tho graft Interests solidly against him Is n matter of public history and caused genoral rejoicing. Tho Judgo Is a slight man, Tonncsseean by birth, with a pleasing personal appearance and a very confidential manner of nddress that as wins tho hearts of his audience It has won tho confidence of many a street boy brought beforo him. Ho Introduced his address by the Incident of Mlklo who was caught by tho Kllce Invading tho private, precincts of a box car In search of water melons. Tho officer making tho arrest was very strenuous In his representation that Mlklo, nged 12, wns n hardened criminal and that tho Jail was tho proper place for him. Mlklo was his own lawyer. Ho admitted to tho Judgo that ho did go Into tho box car, but, with a look of deep regret In his oyo, ho nsserted stoutly that tho melons "was" all gone, and then confidentially ho asked tho Judgo, "Now, honest, didn't you nover Bwlpo no water melons Judgo when you was a kid?" Tho Judgo declared ho was not unnnd took reder fuge in official dignity. Then tho youthful plender went on. to say that Instead of water melons they got California Fig Syrup of which they drank over a bottle and a half between tho gang of three, and, as FU Syrup Is not recommended In bottlo doses, he claimed they had suffered enough already. Tho officer asserted that this was not tho first tlmu that Mlklo had been an. offender. Hu had stolen lumber from tho tracks. On investigation tho Judgo found that this lumber had been used to build a boy's elevated railroad In tho back yard. Ho did not condone tho thefts but started out to inako a citizen of tho boy Instead of a hardened criminal, and ho succeeded. This, ho claims, should bo tho effort of tho law and Its officers In dealing with juvcnllo ofthem Into fenders, to transform citizens rather than mako them a menace to the community. Judge Llndsey portrayed at some length tho treatment that these offenders aro receiving at tho hands of officers of tho law. In ono city of three hundred thousand Inhabitants, over two thousand boys wero committed to prison In one year; over sixty thousand boys are n lo While there is not much ground for a difference of opinion as to what the school should be and do, no unlvaraal agreement has been reached for the reason that 'it ha noi been sought. Doubtless it would be readily granted that its sole function is to educate. That to educate includes the development of the moral nature might also be admitted. Furthor, if the point should be pressed, it would likely be possible to get practically unanlpdus assent to the proposition that the school fails, if, giving however much knowledge, it negand self direction to the life. lects to give moral , But to insist upon this standard forour schools Is only to condemn them declare them wanting. However, this is in keeping with the verdict in the esse of the other wo agenciea for the prevention of crime, few children inheriting thtt traits and tendencies that their birthright calls for and the number.peiog but little larger who get the training from parents that ia their due. There must, therefore, be discrimination before condemnation. He that said that one good motheris worth a hundred school masters was no doubt comparing the goesj mother to the bad school master, and, when it la declared that moat teachers fail to contribute much to the reduction of criminal propensities in children, it must not be forgotten that they are not responsible for the child's inheritance and the home influences that are destroying its prospects. If the years form 13 to 18 are the maximaflyesrs for malicious mischief, petty larceny, assault, crimes against pwperty and fornication, and the worst year in boyhood the year after tkw boy leaves school, as statistics would seem to show, the entire blatn,must not be thrown upon the school. Only when the home has pnperly discharged its functions when the first two steps in crime prevention have been properly taken and the school not merely Reglects to do its own work but fails to hold the ground gained by ijje parents can the school be condemned. One good schoolmaster caj hardly be expected to retrieve the failure of a hundred bad parents. Enough has been said to show that'the school should not h'ave to do the work of the home. It should only cooperate with the home and carry on and strengthen the work begun there. But, before entering into detail as to how that can and, should be done, something else can be said in justification of the failures of the past and in explanation of the fact that it is necessary to press the point to gain an admission that moral instruction is' the most significant part of the school work. self-contr-- W guarantee our work to be we know how. and Ike belt in every respect, 4. HECA USE if you want to put on your own roofing we make it according to any specifications wanted 6 ft,, 7 i ft., SO ft., or any convenient length desired, so at to afford Ike least waste. We give you instructions, show you the frofer use of the loots andfurmsh a heifer if you so dttire, 5. II EC A USE we bought three carloads of Roofing at roch'boltom frices. C. II EC A USE we are in a position to sell you the best roofing for the S. BECAUSE satis-factor- y l-- least money. JSerea School Office ot IRoofino Manager HENRY LBNQPELLNBR, Phone 7 or Jackson St., Berea, A'y. Wanted several young men to learn the roofintr business. iSz. MEWS OFJE In Forty-eig- ht WEEK ns 111 OURJWN STATE Italians Whip Turks Continue Victorious the FUs;-Baltim- ore Revolutionist China Stars In the Democratic Convention City Newark, O. Princeton's New President Minister Bacon Resigns. NAVAL BATTLE Tho Turko-ltalia- n Boxing to Be Taught at K. U. A New Book on "The Kentucky Mountains" L. & N. Improving Road-Int- ense Cold Snap Democrats Not Generous The Republican Minority Not Useless Too Early to Boast. war is still on, and a severe naval engagement is reported to have occurred on the 12 Inst., on tho Red Sea, seven Turkand a yacht having ish been destroyed by Italian warships. gun-boa- ts and, with tho membership committee working as it is at present, tho Association will soon count 400 men ns Its members. Tho mark set for tho year is 00 and, considering tho splendid spirit shown by all, this should not bo an Impossible task- At tho beginning of tho Second Semester, two mission classes, each of whoso membership Is limited to fifteen, will commenco their courses, one taught by lTof. Ralno, "South r, America," and tho other by Mrs. "Africa." Pres. Frost's Tuesday night class, dealing with Mountain problems and privileges started lost week with un enrollment of over fifty and many visitors. On account of the address by Judge Lindsay in tho Chapel on Sunday afternoon, tho regular weekly meeting scheduled for 5:45, wos omitted. The officers always regrut postponing any mooting but It was thought tho best thing to do considering tho number of public exercises for tho day. Da-gc- The schoolmaster has ever been in the same predicament aa the parent. Suppose that he was interested in something besides the intellectual advancement of his pupils their moral and spiritual Just what should be do? If he trained for integrity and uprightness iusisled upon morality as a standard of conduct and life, the church denounced him. He heard from every pulpit that the moral man was nearer Hell than the most violent sinner. In other words, character didn't have anything to do with safrafi'on. Religion was something one had to get and not something one could be. If he ascepted this view and tried to apply it, again he encountered difficulties. How was it to be gottenl His patrons didn't happen to belong to the same sect, and again he was denounced, some claiming that children couldn't "get" religion, others that it came with baptism and, of course, only of their particular brand; and there were still others who insisted that it was "decreed" that certain ones well-bein- saved whatever they might be or do. couldn't "get" And what did the schoolmaster do? Why, just what the parent did. He concluded that he couldn't teach religion, and he couldn't, if he accepted the church's substitute for religion doctrine and dogmaso he contented himself as best he could with the business of imparting knowledge. And, allowed to drift by tho parents, tho children continued to drift under tho teacher the ounce of prevention was witheld to givo the warring sects an opportunity to try their pound of cure. Result: the failure of the home; the failure of the school; the appalling waste of young life; the amazing increase of crime. ilbe ii Noxt Sunday at 5:43 p. in. V. H. will speak and conduct a discussion upon a vital topic, "Frlend-hlp.- " l)a-Ibo- Does your date label say 1912? H HOt, CONTENTS OFjmiS ISSUE FIRST PAGE Editorial. Judge Llndsey In Herea. Letter from Pres. Frost. In Our Own State. News of tho Week. SECOND PAGE Goneral News. THIRD PAGE Bclonco and Invention. Sunday School Lesson. Sermon. Temperance Notes. FOURTH PACJE Locals. But we are beginuing to learn that religion is neither doctrine nor dogma, that it is better expressed in the deed than the creed, and and so tho teacher, along with the parent, may now anticipate may prevent the sin, the crime, and make the cure unnecessary. It is a double one. And how ? What is the process? In the first place, it is open to tho teacher uow to give syste-matiefficient moral instruction He shows the beauty, the beneand the blessings of purity, courtesy, kindness, gentleness, fits patience; of sturdiuesB, honesty, integrity, faithfuluets and the like. He traiua in all the moral virtues has them pracliad under his inspiration and guidance. This is a part of the curriculum. In the second place, he sees that school government does not and the end with the school room. Tho insisted upon there are but a part of the program which has for its aim tho disciplining of the will to act habitually and freely in response to the sense of duty. Ho realizes that tho aim of school thru life. And, government is to give the power of as character is the only exponent of this power, tho modern teacher, the new educator, trains for character. So ho teaches religion, if tho Old Testameut staudard, "to do justice, to love mercy aud to walk humbly," be granted him. He tenches religion, if the Nw Tes. tatneut standard, "tho Golden Rule," and "tho Diamond Utile," be accepted. This in briefest outline is the modern school's program for CRIME PREVENTION, aud it prevents wherever tried. con-versic, s, self-contrn nt Winter Lyceum Course. Rod Cross Excluded. Men's Dormitory Hums. FIFTH l'AQE Feeding Dairy Cowb. A Boron Bong. Manners lloglu at Homo. Intonslvo Farming. SIXTH PAOE Serial Story. PAGE Llva Stock and Farm Notes. Iiutter Making In tho Winter. EIGHTH PAGE Eastern Kentucky News. SEVENTH Letters to tho Editor. Tho Health Train. The Sky-ma- n Page 6 needs to bo dono and which nobody LETTER FROM PRES. FROST elso docs for tho cause. And so as I havo folt my ears Dear Friends of Tho Citizen: ringing, and my head and back achA good many of you havo expressing, and noticed that I was forgeted tho hopo that I would travel ting too many things and making too so that you might havo more many mistakes, I have felt It my of my letters. duty to get away from tho sight of Today I am off for a now experiso much that needs doing and reence going to Florida, Plcoso do not pair my fagged brain, before I do think It Is a pleasure trip, though I something that will injuro tho Instio hopo It will bo pleasant. Lot mo tution. a llttlo of tho secrets of my And this must bo good weather to for tho trado of "College Presi- bo away from In Florida. Not that I dent" Is an unusual ono. To push am unacquainted with Jack Frost. My on tho work of Herea requires toll earliest memories aro of snow drifts of body and of mind, and whatever that covered tho fences, and sleds elso ho does tho President roust bo and cutters, and skates and sleigh-belltho ono to finally meet all emergenTho frost pictures on tho car cies and supply all wants and short- windows this morning wcro something comings, and do every thing that Continued on l'sge l'ltc ln con-fido, s. reported to havo united to Improve that city ity. GOOD WORK FOR THE MINIn every respect, and, If mobs wero ORITY dealt with as effectively a fow moro Tho good beginning mado by tho times, mob law would soon bo a thing of tho past. For tho lynching Lower Houso ot tho Legislature In Newark ono man has received a seems to havo boon a falso prophecy. At least It has proved so to thoso II fo sentence, two havo been sentenced for 20 years, ono for 1G years, who thought that It indicated fairness and tho end ot gag rulo. Ono ono to a three year susponded sentence, several havo been sent to of tho projicscd rules for tho Government of tho Houso provided that a tho reformatory, nlno aro still trial and only ono acquitted. rulo could not bo amended ex voto. This had proved Rut tho town has something moro to cept by a Its credit. It has cleaned up and re- very mlschlovous at tho last session moved all rubbish; planted trees, and ot tho Legislature, and had become prizes havo been given for tho most so notorious that It was thought ottractlvo flower bods, etc. Tho that evon a majority intoxicated with aim Is to mako Nowark a mode) town. tho thought ot power would not Bug- 2-- 3 CHINESE SITUATION The Chlneso Revolutionists to be in the ascendant, tho new Re- of tho University. publican government is meeting the popular favor. Rumors aro current "THE KENTUCKY MOUNTAINS." . im r a.... .11 I is . n 1 no nuuvucKy iuuuuuiiun ' I iuu that the Manchus will abdicate, all eftltlo of a book recently published by forts at resistance, being about to Moro collapso. This docs not mean at all the Fllson Club ot Ixjulsvllle. that quiet has been restored or that fully tho titlo Is "Tho Kentucky an orderly government has yet been Mountains; Transportation and Comestablished. Indeed so unsettled Is merce, 1750 - 1911." It Is written tho situation that tho United States by Miss Mary Verhocff, of Louisville, Government Is transporting troops who is a Vassar College woman and from Manilla for the purpose of said to havo splendid literary talent. guarding and keeping open tho PeMORE king railroad. Tho L. & N. has been for some g Its lino time WE ARE "USANIANS" It Is tho custom for all citizens of from Paris to Cincinnati. This is 6ald to bo tho cause of tho delay of traftho United States to think of themselves as Americans, but when ono fic almost every day for tho last chances to get over tho Canadian bor month or so. Tho doubletrack will der and, In reply to tho question, give greater facility for both passen"Where Is your homo?'1 answers "In ger and freight traffic which is America," tho Incongruity of tho greatly needed from Paris owing to expression at onco appeals to him. tho Junction thero with a lino from For this one thing Canadians, Mexi- Lexington and Frankfort. But Just cans and South Americans consider now it is reported that tho track us concoltcd. They say we think wo will bo doublod from Paris to Winaro tho "whole thing." A former chester also. This will allow for tho citizen of Kentucky, Dr. John F. Edincrease of traffic owing to tho exgar now living In El Paso, Texas, tension of the L. and E. from Jackwould relieve his countrymen ot this son through tho mountains. charge, and to do so ho suggests that INTENSE COL.U wo call ourselves Iranians, adding tho Tho cold continues in every part termination "nlan" to tho Initial letters of our country, U. S. A. It Is not of tho country with the exception of California and the extreme southa bad Idea. ern portions being within its grasp. iS STATES In many places tho lowest temperaTho President last week signed tho ture has boon recorded In many years. resolution admitting New Mexico Great suffering Is reported from many and Arizona as states. There aro now places, and tho Weather Bureau gives 48 states in tho Union, all of the no promiso of immediate relief. territory within tho continental bounPARTIZANSHIP IN THE LEGISdary lino having been admitted, if LATURE thero Is to bo a J9th state it will havo Tho Democrats In tho lower branch to bo erected out of Alaska, Hawaii, of tho Legislature, being overwhelm-irgl- y Porto Rico or Tho Phllllplnes. in tho majority, had a splenON TO BALTIMORE Tho Democratic National Committee did opportunity, to show a generous spirit. But In apwhich met In Washington last week, and completed Its deliberations on tho pointing tho Committee on Rules, ?th and decided upon Baltimore as which was to havo been composed of was nlno members, no Republican tho meeting placo of tho Democratic named by tho Speaker, And in order seNational Convention which will lect tho party's candidate for tho to get a placo for more Democrats tho number of tho Commlttca wns InPresidency this fall. Tho convencreased to eleven. Tho Lexington tion will meet on Juno 22th. Tho Republican Natlonnl convention will Horald makes a comparison between this action and the action of tho meet In Chicago, June ISth. National Houso both under a DemoGOOD OUT OF EVIL cratic nnd Republican regime. Tho n Slnco tho lynching of tho party has always selected dctcctlvo In Newark, 0., July majority Ono or moro members from tho minor1910, tho business men aro -V. DOUBLE-TRACKINdouble-trackinn antl-saloo- uuiveiony m guiug iu try a now method for preventing pistol carrying. It Is thought that a man who Is trained so as to bo ablo to defend himself with his fists will s not fool tho need of and so will discard them. Acting upon this belief, Instruction In boxing will seem bo given in tho athletic department fire-arm- Continued co rge I'll (Continued su Vtgt Five) B Pafe TV THE CITIZEN. BANK January OLD CITIZEN 18, 1912 PA38E8 AWAY. Year. The Citizen A SYSTEM NEW STAR IN THE FLAG LAND WILL BE Prominent Business Man of Lexington Dies In Eighty-Thir- d family newspaper for all that It right true and Interesting. mX Fubltehrd every TliurrAay Derm, Kj BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporate) J. P. Faulkner, Editor ano Manager. STANLEY INFORMS CARNEGIE COMMITTEE IT IS DISGRACE TO CIVILIZATION. TELLS OF HIS STEEL CAREER Says Started In Industry With $1,500 Borrowed Capital Pays High Tribute to Schwab as Mechanical Genius Dodges Capitalization Query. Subscription Rates On Bli MlHltllS Thrvm Munltia Mom-- ju rAYAIILl: IN ADVAXCK. ti.w M inilnHnn Jmnea A. Headier. ! . president of the Security TrnM nnd mie of tbo weallblett and rlliicns cf U'xltmton. JUmI turn lu ais Kentucky Ball Player will nt his homo confined to kinMil your. rtora lor He had l.ern Prcbably be in Major two weeks, and his death waa mil m oxiectcd. He suffered n ntcldent League Next Season about fifteen yam ago In v.hlrU Wis hip wns broken, nnd Uo HJnry hud Coin-n.nrbest-know- IN FAST CROWD (4 IS WINTERING IN FRANKFORT e or Eior money 9nd Onlvr, by Draft. lltRltTwl letter, one arut mo Ot'til stamp. your Dnnie on InbH The dite oil bunt tti wh.u ilat iur ubcrlr1eii wlthVn IKrr IaJd If II Is ruit notify us. wrrkt afler gkwlly mipphrd allitnit inmbn will b If lire notified. Fine inniluin cbenp, with ar? io1 perl .(Ji hic Htirt prompt rcncwHls. Een fnt rrrmJum Mst. LIbntl tiTtin riven t any iwm who orwn new mihAcrtptkms for us. Any w m'wl endlns iw four yearly iirtwcrlpllons can reortve Tin CltlK-- free for blmsetf foi se yer Advertising rates on appKsatton. n MKuncn or Carnegie Andrew Washington. took tho witness stand hero In the congressional Inquiry Into tho steel irun and to.d how ho formed tho combinations ol capital tbat brought htm great wealth. Incidentally ho desysnounced tho rtmerlcan banking tem ns "ft disgrace to civilization' and rcugbt to boost tbe Aldricb currency bill now at issue. Mr. Cnrnrgle. who was Itrst requested to appenr and who declined, had been peremptorily summoned. When he took tho -- witness stand ho furnished the committee with a tnto-me- Will Either Be In Cleveland Llne Up or Don Uniform of New York Is In Highlanders Fine Shape FrnnlifnrL Urovcr Ijtnd. the "well known baseball catcher, who Is spend ing the winter here with his inoincr and sisters, h is received Informal Ion Indicating that he will rlther plr.y with Cleveland or with tho New York Americans tho comlnj: season. When he wni sold to SL Paul laJt year by Cleveland, It wns not an outright sale, ns tho Cleveland rluh was nflef OToole, tho famoim J22,r.00 nlirl..r that l'ittsburi: grabbed, and ljind was a part of tho trade which Cleveland hoped to make with Manager Kelley, of the 8L Paul's. this Kelley Is anxious to keep )ear and wrote to the Cleveland man agement about the matter, but the Cleveland club answered that l.nml nwded there. Later Information Is to tho effect Hint the new manager nf the Cleveland club Is on a Undo with the New York American will nnd if It coes thronsh go to New York In exchange for noine player on that team that Cluveianu e KENTUCKY PRESS ADBOCIATtOJl. An examination of a Michigan man discloses tbe fact tlinl his vital organs are on the wroag aide, nail-roatrain or football? it 1 burgh. tho Mr. Cnrncgle, in denouncing We refuse to become excited over the fad that Sir Walter Haloigh's pipe banking system of the United States Is for sale Our old reliable corncob as a "disgrace to civilization." said: "When panics come In this counIs good enough for us. try they nre doe to the fnct that wo "A man of 20 is worth JG.I30." says have the worst banking system In the n statistician This will bo good news world. I'aulcs spread ruin nnd It the to a groat many men of twenty who hill now before congress Is passed you will have something to prevent such aro looking for mcnl tickets. panics." In tho written statement tiled with It may be easy to fly acros3 tho Atlantic ns Willis Moore says, but If any- the comtnltee, Mr, Carncglo iolnted body contemplates trying It wo advise out that the steel commltteo's task had arisen from tke "fact that the blm to take along a bathing suit. lav of competition In business has Maeterlinck says tbat It will be easy seemed recently to be impaired tu to die In the future. Evidently be has certain fields, notably tboso ol natural come to the conclusion that no Im- til and steel nnd tobacco. Even now provement in vaudevillo Is to be look- a gigantic railway system, embracing f nearly of the world's railway ed for. mileage, has been effected, and retail companies have been cou Citizen of Ohio wants a divorce because his spouse smokes cigars. If die vlctcd under (he Sherman law Continuing tho story of his life. goes through his pockets nt night, and his best ropes, we sym- Mr. Carnegie said tbat during the confiscates Civil war he suffered n sunstroko and pathize with blm. was ordered to pass his summers In Vou can't hold the women down: n cooler climate. "I went to my native land, Scotfoon they'll bo Invading the realm of hfgb finance. A New Yorfc woman has land, and there I watched tbe process of making steel There, been spending 21,000 year)7 on an Intoo. I met a Mr. Uodds, who had income of $18,000. vented n patent for hardening the Several Cincinnati schoolgirls have face of steel. I purchased the patent succeeded In living on seven cents n j and brought Mr. Dodds to I'lttsburgn. day. It Is bard to tell whether they where we built a furnace and made did It In tbe Interests of science or tho first bard surfaco rails In this merely to catch btif bands. country." Carncglo Mr. referred to "that ' Dispatches from the cast tell us that great mechanical genius," Charles a ton of oil recently wus taken from Schwab, "ns tho greatest man I ever the tongue of a whale. Wo have not knew in th:K line." He said that he been able to learn inc details, suggested to Schwab that he test a but wc have a hunch that It was a lady process for maktng ore In open hearth whale. furnaces, nnd then "build an open one-halsev-ern- l lies-sem- regarding steel Industry condithe stato. tions and told of bis career In tho business from the outset. his Mr. Cnrncgle said he began steel career In November, 1S61, with LANDMARK IN RUiNS the firm of Miller b Smnll, nnd that In 18(12 ho borrowed J1.6U0 from the National bonk ol Pittsburgh to en gago In n partnership In the Key- FIRE DESTROYS EQUITABLE LIFE at Pittsstone Ilrldge company BUILDING AT NEW YORK SIX LIVES ARE LOST. Covernor V. J. Mills, Chief Justice W. II. Pope and other officials of New Mexico sent telegrams of congratulation to President Taft for signMany of the ncwlyelecled county oRV ing the statehood proclamation. clals will not wall for the day of Inauguration nf Governor McDonald Jan. 15, but will talre their oaths of ofDco and assume their duties under CURRENCY PLAN IS OUT ILL CHANGING BANK SYSTEM TO PREVENT PANIC8 DRAFTED. Differs In 6everal Important From Original Measure. Provlx-Ions j his, wui troubled him evtr siuco. ili. nntural Infirmities of ngr, ftx d death. I lu woh tin e.ldor la o lWrl l'rrsbvlerlnn church nurt a nimlx'r of I ho l.cxlii.tttn bar. Mr. Ileadley was Iwra. la wjimv county In Mnrch, 18.11, and maio UU homo here nil of his llf oxeont Me tlmo when ho livid la Knasaa. married MIsh K.mnln CarW, i.ilm. rmititv. In Arrll. 18fJ. who uur vlvi s him. Ho was fcr oUsUkhi clerk of tho Knyctto oosshy Ohviiii Court, nnd woh afterward iKipsur siom tnU.lrm.r nf ihi- - Circuit Court utuScrl Jere It. Morton, Master Commldoner vici In June, lS9f, hu waa Noel. president of the Security Trnst Um any, nnd retained that pomon uii IiIr ilrwilli. ltrsldi'H his wife Ski Ut sur vlved by a son, Edward O. Ilondlej and two granddaughters, MImuh li.iih ii ml (.innln Hi'MilUiv. tho children cf a deceased son. Tlio faaicikl vn held at tho residence. Jwi jm HOGS DIE OF PNEUMONIA. Dr. Graham Says That Many Case of Cupposed Cholera are Lung Fever. FIFTEEN Wall PERSONS ARE HURT Business-Ban- ker Suspends Sawed Out Battalion Chief a Vktlm W00.000.000 Securities Menaced. Street In Vault Now York. Fire destroyed the magnificent marble and granite building of the Equitable Life Assurance society, one of the llrst skyscrapers to bo erected In New York aud one of tho city's most Importnnt financial centers. Six men lost their lives nnd a dozen of others wcro Injured. The property loss will reach JG.000.000 Tho structure covered an entire block In lower Broadway. Valuablo rocordB. including the biography of R U. Harrlman. and two priceless libraries which cannot bo replaced, went up In llamcs Tho fate of hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of securities, stored In safe deposit vaults. Ib In question, al- though It was believed that fireproof construction saved them from dam-ag- e Fought In tho heart of tho financial district, tbe fire upset tho financial machinery of Wall street and business was practically suspended throughout the day. J Among tho Injured Is William Glblln. president of tho Mercantile farm Journal eays tho result of tho experiment of mixing wine with feed for chickens was to Increase tho yield of eggs by 100 per cent I'rob-ahl- y the Iiciih Merc unnblo to count straight. A hearth furnace." Witness explained how tho Carnegie had purchased Steel company Mining com ol the Oliver pnny's stock In the '90s. Mr. Stan- ley asked him why the final stxta was purchased on a valuation basts of J17.000.0U0 for the wholo tract, was though originally tho company Mr. 1.200.U00. capitalized at only live-sixt- If the European picture thieves will come over here and give their alien-tloto the studios of some of the IttH who got out covers for tho magazines they will meet with a hospitable n 14 Carnegte expressed surprise at this question "At nny rate," he exclaimed, "wo welcome lor tho would have paid JK5.000.UU0 wholo tract. I'm not surprised at Is a birth every four ralnntca Thero nowadays." In New York. Even at that. New anything It was explained tbat tho jn.uuo.-00- brave rescues Yorkurs are often hard pressed to valuation basis was that of the take care of the money constantly whole tract and not tho sixth. Even REV. RICHES0N IS DOOMED handed them by outsiders. then Mr. Carnegie said tbat It such u by those ligurcj Will Die In Electric Chair Some Time sum as Indicated A man In New Jersey estimates that was paid he was surprised that be During Week cf May 9 Is In tho last thirty years he has walked to sell our property Calm Under Ordeal. 23,000 miles between his homo and "was such a fool on tho basis corporation church. This may be defined as real- to tbe steel of JIJO.OOO.OOO." Wltli tho nppearnnce lloston. ly taking steps to be saved. of a man who had abandoned all hopo or life. Itov Clarence V T. Klch-esoIn France tho blcyclo baa become stood at tho bar of Justlco nnd tho most popular of nil vehicles, while FIGHT MANIAC WITH CANNON declared his guilt of the premeditated the craze for the motorcycle Is beginning to abate You never can tell what Negro Gees Insane by Intense Cold-Sl- ays murder of his former sweetheart. Avis Llnnell. Then Judge Sanderson sentho French are going to da Father and Deputy Sheriff tenced blm to doath In tbe electric Wounds Three Others. ehalr during tbo week beginning May Word como3 from Chicago that two Hochceter, N. Y. Driven suddenly 19. burglars bound and gagged a woman Insauu by tho Intento cold, it Is bo Never havii! she pluycd tho piano. ing heard the lady play, wo find It llovcd, William Twlman killed hu SEEKS DRASTIC TRUST LAW to Judge whether they were lather, then bnrrlcaded himself In m burglar or simply neighbors. houso nt Scottsvllle, and In tho battle owler Asks for Big Increase In Punwhich followed killed ono deputy ishment for Violators cf the A wan and a woman who had a tliorllT. fatally wounded another ana Sherman Statute. lovers' quarrel thirty lve years ago slightly wounded two more. For hours Twlman held ut bay a Washington. Itepresentativo Fowlbavo Just been married In Ohio If It Is going K' take them that long In each pospo of v"Hce, deputy sheriffs ami er of 'Illinois Introduced In tho house tato troops, nil armed with ritlcs.ano an amendment to tho Sherman anticbko to make up they nro not likely to have many family quarrels surrendered only when n cannon hur trust law tho purpose of which Is to ried from the stato arsenal had been strengthen tho provisions of tho punA woman Instead of the promoter traiued on "lis fort. Then be calmly ishment of offenders has been arrested. She tnny have the walked out with his hands above bis ono year Imprisonment Mr Fowler Fearing a proposes five years, and Instead of n cVcdll of prut lex that lu swindling heud anil surrendered. lynching, ho was hurried to this city fino a forMtum of a percentago of the fields hllhcito regarded an exclusively gross lucotoo of tbo Illegal comblno. man's province tho female of tho epo In an autumoblle. ties gather victims as slickly no the male. Man Uses Hatpin; Fined. Grants Jap Woman a Divorce. Denver, Colo, An ullen Is as much HtlUfontnlne, Ohio. Judga Layton American A Judge In Seattle has rilled tbat a of Auglalbe county put his disapproval entitled to tho benefits of dog Ikih n legal rltiht to bite n man oo tho use of a hatpin by n innn as u divorce laws us any onu else, accordr ing to Judge Whillord. who granted who treads on his tall. It may ho add weapon when ho lined ("harlotf ed for tho benefit of thoso whom ll 125 for attacking ICIteu Drako n dlvurco to Mrs. Solus Kobayashl, a may concern that fow dogs aro likely with u hatpin and lacerating his Japanese, from llowurd Kobayushl. In tho emergency cited, to wait (or fuce. Charged With Poisoning Daughter. tbelr legal right to bo tested. Lancaster, (). Mrs? Nancy tlnll. sixSlips on Ice and Crushes Skull. Lexington, Ky J. W. There ought to be n hush In the matIlainbrlck. ty years old, mother of Ituth tlnll. who died December 12 ter of jeering at women for being un- white, aged twunty-one- , a butcher, fell able to hit any aim A Kansas farmer on tho Icy pavement hero, crushing after oatlng pancake, was arretted recently shot at rabbits aa4 struck Ms skull and dying a few minutes hero charged wltto having put polron nix young ivumun sitting ea kls porch. later In n hospital. in the cakes. n Saw-milletwelve-year-ol- Safo Deposit company, whosa rescue from tho basement vaults, whero ho was ImprUoned. after two hours work by firemen, was one of the most sensational episodes of tbo fire. The great structure, which, besides containing the main offices of the Equitable Life Assurance foclcty. was the homo of the Mercantile Trust the Equitable Trust company, the banking house of Kountze Drothers August Ilclmoiit & Co- - the Harrlman railroad lines, tho Mercantile Safo Do posit company, the Lawyers' club and many of tho city's mo3t prominent law firms. Is completely burned out. Hesldes Involving heavy financial loss und serious disturbance to largo business Interests, tbo Ore was one of the most spectacular ever witnessed In tho far downtown section Its progress was replcto with harrowing Incidents, narrow escapes aud com-pnn- rii pneumonia and noK wuy which frequent!) shows a i a1r Myrtle, Ihe pneumonia In combination witi leMt.. through flro nnd thirtern-yearoldaughter of Omar well Indicative of beg clolera. A dlf Tiirley. neir (Jrnssy Lick, thin county. ferenttsl diagnosis of di t rescued her mother Iron it burning seases lu swine I not always poKHtble ' honse before doath, and a post itiorlen l house nnd saved her life. Tho knew therefore nei I was on lire before Ihn Inmnti It In true that thlld carried her In hog cholera pneumonia often it, nnd tho mother out and laid her on tho snow hut always ns MHoudury puuair.tat:i. Jui-- t as the rscf fell In. How the fire however, pneumonia iu: neixrr ultimTurley wns as n primary Infection. originated U a mystery ont on his fnrm when the tiro occur ards. of The sections which will attract red, and only the prompt heroism SCHOOL CORRESPONDEnCE. widest public Interest and arouse tba his daughter saved tho wlfo nnd moth es Lexington. most debate arc those relating lo tbe er from burning to death. Iloth Superintendent in, a Issuance of currency by tbe associa- caped utihnrmi'd, but suffered rousld Cnssidy has decided In lmrtikti In tion. Tbe sections follow broadly tbe ernblu from tho shock. All tho tou tbe 1exlngton public schools n Htem tcntr. of tho house were destroy!. Aldricb plan of correspondence betwuin th upll of tho schools aud those In (tut iiiWhiIs BREAKS LEG IN HARD FALL. of a number of other ciUirf hi tltn L0RIMER ON WITNESS STAND country, tho letters being clilolly on KratikforL WhIlfl walking on the fined to description of lit') In Senator Makes Sweeping DenUI of slippery pavement on Shelby Ktrect In which the writer resides, nnH tmaxrnls front of (!ov. Hoekhnm's residence of tho various events of public IrrVirent Any Use of Money in H youngest which occur there. It Is biHSi Drane, thi Miss Agnes Ui.vt Election. daughter of Cnpt. E M. Drniio, the by this method tho pupils win fritlro rapltol commlirelon much useful Information of tho Washington On the witness stand for tho first time since the senate com- fell nml broke her leg below tho knet' the different parts of tho coitnirj. that and mittee began Its investigation of his It was a compound fractKre, belli tbelr views will bo election. L'nlted States Senator Wil- hones being broken, nnd sln suffered that Uib city will receive very dinlra-lilliam l.oilnier of Illinois made a sweep- t greatly from tho shock. advertising, while tb ! Kicii and Klin was rrmoved to her homo and their replies will Lo uu ing denial of any knowlrdgo that his I The fracture variation from the mount.".' rf scluvtl physicians summoned. election was purchased Lorlmer testified that on November j was reduced and slut Is doing ns n!ci- - life. 2, 19'8. ho rn elved a chock for Jf00 ly as could bo expected uudor tho fir from K M. Illount. manager for Sena- cutiihtnncos. TRACTION LINE PaOPOSBO. tor Hopkins, who was a rnndldatu for to assist I.orinior In his Messrs. Owenton. H;wrl BOYS' CORN CLUCS. 4 ml rnmalgn for congress. Ixjrinicr said Weaver, of liulsvllle. were Ovami he returned the check. FrnnkfiirL -- Ceunty School Superin- ton In eoiifiilt.aion wild ttr.nie tendent E. It. Jones Is anxious to or- Htrother, of this city. In rtvtxil to ganize a "Hoys' Corn Club" in this completing the organisation nf the BALTIMORE GETS BIG MEET county, nnd bavo a number of lnys Frankfort & Owentou Trrxii-V- j (V Join and try for a diploma, which will 3ixl putting Into effect the utJtwt of Democrats Select Maryland City for be Issued to each boy who mlsrs over building nn electric railroad Ulwem National Convention Which Will sixty bushels of corn to tho ncro this these eitlen. Articles of Luminrtion Assemble on June 25. year. Tbo diploma will bo signed by wcro prepared by a roatniltUi up tho governor, the commissioner or ag- pointed at it tnccllm; bcM Vro sevA certified oheel: for Washington. In riculture and tho htato superintendent eral months ngo. Tho purixkM $100,000 and a promise of J150.000 of schools, and will bo something to to organize n company nml hnvo pre more secured for Ilaltlmore tho Demo- feel proud of. All boys under sixteen llielnary surveys made, so tk.'it imtl cratic nntlonal convention. Tho date nre eligible. i mateti can bo made as tu tin nf fixed Is Juno 25. construction. On tho first ballot for tho convenL. & E. EXTENSION. tion city the voto stood: Ilaltlmore, CATTLE DYING IN SPENCER. 25; St. Louis. IS; Chicago, 7; Denver. Whltesburg. Several hundred for4. nnd New York. 1. Tayloraviile.- - The "corn fodder" eign lahorerrt arrived at Crawfords-ville- , On tho Becond ballot IJaltlmoro reis epidemic among oittln In above here, to work on now exceived 21) votes; St. Louis, 22, and Chitension of Lexington &. Eastern rail- Spencer county. Ixicat 1111.I sSito colcago, 1. Only W votes wcro necesroad up tho North Fork of tho Ken- lege veteiiuurles are purple ml hy the sary to a choice. tucky Hlvcr from Jackson Into the fiilliiro of tlio iibunl rejimll.w hi the coal fields. About 'JO per cent of tho present epidemic. Tho dlsiinn M pcov INCOME TAX LAW IS VALID grade Is completed nnd tho rails aro lug Invariably fatal. 1'eonlo am adbeing laid from tlio Jackson end. vised to not feed corn or fiduVur to Passed by Last Wisconsin Within three or four months It Is ex- cattle, horses, lioga or vheep tu this Statute pected that the trains will bo running SHiloti. Farmers hnvo 1mi tUiatiged Legislature Is Upheld by State $7,000 sluce Hecemler 10. Supreme Court. Into Whltesburg. ML Washington. The national monetary commission, after four years of study and lubor, have drutted a Mil to revise the currency system ol the United States designed to prevent a recurrence of such unfortunate financial conditions as prevailed during tbe money panic of 1907. secThe bill consists of fllty-nlntions nnd In general follows tho Hues of the Aldricb Plan Hut tho commission's bill shows some ltnior tant changes from the urlglual or even from the revised draft of Mr. Aldrlcu's plan The bill Incorporates tho National association of tho United States, with an original capital of J200.000.000 Instead Of the JIIOO.IIW.-00as first proposed by .Mr Aldricb. The hill attemptB to prevent tne centralization of the control of tbe system In any one locality In the districting of the country for the fifteen branches, division Is made largely by geographical anil not financial standd Ho-erv0 Hr Itolwrt Or.i!i;tr. of tho division of nulmal husbandry nt the Kentucky Experiment BkttJaa. Issncd a circular to farmers In wklch he states then have been many rtpptl u'untK. rations for itnti hog cholera senmt. In been taking good aro of which It was found that fir hogs Iind has and will bo In were suffering not irom cholem Im' himself this winter shape this spring to do th Ix st werk from pneumouln. Ho sa) In llm clr of his career. cular that pneumonia lu swlmi h .i very common disease, eapin-UCai tli' INVALID MOTHER winter months, and that ov n'l.mli! Me be able to distinguish Is Saved From Flames By Thirteen primary inttnnimatlon lu tho Vibt. lo Year-OlDaughter. bules and conncctho tUsui cf y s d Sterling. rightini: smoki-- , d her I )r coiu-srnl- ug lire.-ulim- tok-fln- Y. v it.-- Madison, Wis. Tho legality of the Income tax law enacted by the last legislature was sustain! d In a decision by the supremo court. Washington. Advoeatds of tho taxation of Inheritances won n long fight In the Supremo court when Hint tribunal decided tbat tho New York "trutisfer tax" on n life Interest, re- KILLED BY TRAIN. WOUND PROVES FATAL. MldiHcshoro.-- - W. A. Mown, a prominent merchant at Ilyiltui, liiaie-countand .Mnster Commlsglosiir of the l.esliu Circuit Curt, dteri Srom Imt i the efffcts of si dentnl shut on tiirlutimm i?t Is 11 son of former (Viont Judgu F. M. Morgau und u brutW-lu-laof Circuit Judgu U 1). Wvlu. lu-c- Cyutblaua. Triafun Marddlc. H), uu Austrian, who lins been worXIng with it construction crow on tlio loulsvllle & Nashville railroad, was strnek by n pnssengur train near bridge No. 17, south of Uilr Station, and Instantly body was brought hero, tained In property transferred during killed. ItTho prepared for burial. was whore life, was constitutional NO BALL CLUB. Ends Cross Country Trip. Los Angelos, Cal. Mlchnel I'lstn-cblCovington. Thero will bo no basetins concluded a walk from It. I., to I .oh Angeles. Having ball clubs In Covington or tauiKvillo, (IrasH league covered 4,531 in no In i:iK days. He us members of tho Hluo HiIh year. This was decided In Cin-- en started without a cent and he ,iad eight cinnati when (Jarry Herrmann refused her ho urrlveC to grant a concession for it Hluo (Irish cents. leaguo franchise lu Covlugton. Of uouruo If Covington can not f;ut n Fifty Families Flee Homes. Austin, Tox. Fifty families, mostly franchise, none will bo grunted for women nnd children, seeking a hnven IOiilsvllle. aud thin means that thn Hluo Hrass Icuhuo will have tu Ket arIrom the meningitis epidemic, same six clubs rived hero from Northern Texas along with tli past tUrvo years. It has bud lor tbo points. o I'rov-Idenc1 DARREN OUT OF BANKS. (ilufcgow. The damago to sroperty along Hurren river und nuvay of the larger crook which oinpty knti tho river, caused from tho recent ttooil. Is much greater than was first tkosgbt. llarren river reached u lilgkcr mark than at uuy timo hIiiuo tho soluble Hood of yuara ugo. hogs, feed nnd staveu woro swept nway. Many bridges uIoiik Htu rlvor wero damaged und hotti nwir the rlvor wero submerged und tu danger being wushed away. of forty-suveu ' laamry II, 1911 AN ACCIDENT. Wis turn CITIZEN. rrf Bo I liav kii UtHy Hut. trn'. tnn'iim. lo wit T THE CHILDREN BRAIN trfiol old. INITO10NAL TirtM o"i. (ill dive u Kiich ruit lUCn. hockt SUNMYSCIIOOL BrBT.Wlltlm Htuw.II. D-- tMrftnf NblCri Milr Hll uuUtau, Uilaua. Lessor FOR One Thing I Do Br Rev. E. P. Reccori of Church Pat-tor Berea Printing School Department of Berea College WORST KIND OF DRUNKARDS . of Unity, (The Gtizen is a specimen of our work.) PIUNT3 LESSON EXERCISED AT HOME Something Entertaining ai Welt at tor Boya and Glrlt on Cold Winter Evening. Oft-a JANUARY THE DlflTH OF CHaiST. I.TSSON TKXT-I.il- ke MHMOIIT VHHSK8-- H It. OOt.nnN Ti:.VT "For unto roe t born thin day In the city of David a HKTlor, which In Christ the Lord." Luke L TKXT-U- ut Springfield, Mats. Men Who Imagine They Must Havo Liquor Defore Performing Necessary Tasks Are Most HopeJets. "I'vo got to hnvo a drink before I j can do any business, said one of the numerous body of 'agents" to a writer In tbe Temperance. Ills speciality was taking orders for photographs, and aa he was entirely on commission It was necessary for him to have nil his wits nbout him. So ho usod to havo a stiff drink before he went In to seek aa order He had got so usod to tbts that be felt that bo could not summon up confidence enough to succeed without It. although when off duty be was n temperate mnn. r have sometimes eight, sometimes ten, sometimes a dozen drinks In a day when t nrn working," he said, "bet I often go through the whole day without one when I am not working." This peculiar phase of drinking Is very common. Another man who Is a "reader" (a new calling that has sprung up comparatively recently) Is Just the same. This man visits la vallds and others, nnd reads to them He is a cultured man, and possosses the attributes for his work a good voice and an appreciation of what is likely to suit his patrons nnd he doea very well, from a financial point of f view, at It. Pot he has to dose up before going on duty. "Heading to others. I mean constantly doing eo. plays havoc with your nerves." bo saya, "eo I often tako a drink before going Into tbe bouse. In some blm-sol- HANIniM.g. OAIID3, MITTKU-HEAD- REPORTS, AT SER- ono thing 3:11 t MONS AND BOOKS IN TUB UEST MANNER. PRICES. AND I.OWF-S-T The Ille of St. Paul Is a conspicuof n eetd wlntor ovcnlng bays ous example of tho power of a fixed S:U, Your patronage la tuked to help purpose. and Klrln like to apend the time In CoFor years be was tho most studontfl, and to Insuro InstrucAlmost twenty centuries ago. In aa bated anl feared of all tbo enemies ins something entertaining and obscure villago In Palestine, an evont of the Infant church. And yet when tive nt well A Rood pastime thai will your getting your raonoy'n worth. prnvn InalructlTB la that of solving Him inn writing, nolra In Nell. occurred which has had moro In-- I converted to the new faith he befluence upon tlio history of the human came as ardent In Its ndvocuey as ha problems. CALIi AT THE OFFICE OR SEND Distribute plecns of pnpor If the whole- truth I mum tell. Anil milled (he wliolr Ink bottU race than any other event alnco time had been zealous In Its persecution. atrnng tbone present and loll them to her prrttr nrtv pink frock. ORDERS IIY MAH YOU WILL GET began. A chlldd was born not an Tho samo concentration of effort and the following problom. tin focusing of energy which gave us 8aul to wblrk are given below: SATISFACTION. TERMS CASH. ADDOG WINS A FOOTBALL GAME tho persecutor gavo us also Paul tho '1. What two numbera multiplied DRESS will produce nc Von T prospective ruler of a world's empire, apostle. Tako awny this power of may four fives tie placed ao Members of Columbia Squad Are l" lie was born In a stablo, and cradled concentration nnd he might have bcld j 2. How tplred by Sight of Canine Attackh to aoake sli and a hnlfT In a manner. And yot around that the same convictions, hut tney wouin ing Red Hot Pokor. 3. tf five timet (our nre thirty-threlowly crib and humblo birth, tho life, have been powerless for cither good BEREA KY. hnt will the fourth of twenty boT thoughts, and love of millions have or 111. A large part of the tragedy A reoiarknble turning of a game t. What la the dirferonce between from that day to this been centered. nnd pathos of tho world comes from twice twenty-fivand twice five and between the balvca occurred at Ithaca During theso two thousand years ihn nxlittfnc nf so many thoughtless. In Cornell led Columbia by alt many noble- births have been regit purposeless lives. Talonted men and ! twenty T to nothing when the teams returned tered, but nono ao great as this. Era. women fall to attain tho goai to which fi. Divide the cumber fifty Into two Columbia bad mt parts that If the greater part to tho dressing rooms. wearing game porors, monarch, and mighty men they aspire through too great dlffn- not recovered from a have lived and died, and nre forgot-- ! Ion of effort and dissipation of we with 1'rlnceton the week boforo. nntlons hav rlaon and waned! I "gy. In the field of mechanic Many of tbe men were overtrained. tradea but tho birth of tbe Christ child It hnvo the man who Is In There was a distinct feeling of tho moro Influential In this day than on and consequently good at none To those who have children to eduvagatiopclpsanres of It all when tho play, tho first birthday of our ago twenty buRlness we have the Industrial cate and wish to reside In Berea for era lay down upon the floor and centuries ago. bond who drifts from one position to good In any r benched. Only 1)111, a white bull a longer or shorter time to enjoy Its Tbo announcement of Christ's birth another and never makes mascot, showed signs of livelinone. In collcgo or university llfo wo was made by nngcls. What more fitess It was cold In the dressing ting accompaniment could have tho student who cornea almost to educational advantages, the College there bo to room nnd a trainer shook tho ashes his college carcor before bo such nn nngust event! How Inter- the end of adequate Idea of why he Is has a number of houses, large and lo tko stnve. Ho urcd a poker, tbo jrnlns any ested nngcls nro In tho wclfaro of there and then looks back with regret end t'f which became red hot When How gladly they told the small, tome of them partly furnished, finally he laid down the metal rod tho mankind! over a lonj; array of wasted opportuChristmas story to a handful of poor nities. places where they are thoughtful they to rent on reasonable terms. Address red whitened, but the heat remained. khephords! How freo from prldo they Mill, docfitlng that the rokcr was to The only remedy for tbe perversion offer It to mo. but In tho majority They wcro not content thnt WorMag Problems, of many n good and wbolcsomo instt they do not. I could not do my work bo pluyd with tike a stick, caught tho were! one of their numbor should tell tho , tmJon ,g tne cun-jaUoof all one's without 1L" This man also Is not an heated end In bit mouth. Instantly story they all b.oko out In that great bo dlvtdad by serca nnd tlio tester by his lips (seared IHiwers und faculties npon whnt is Intcmperato man when not engaged In THE COLLEGE TREASURER and turned black. Ulll Chrlstmns nntlicm. tbrri tbj qaotlcDt In each case will to oaly shook the poker harder. Two vital nnd essential to tho Institution his work as yet, but ha acknowledges ttwi unmc. Do wn believe In angola any more? Itself. An we open tho doors of our thnt It 13 growing on him. Tho other men icrabbed him and tried to force BEREA, KY. may aaswer correctly and hi Home We iimmI to. Wo used to sing "there public schools we need to remind our- man Is favored by belDg constantly to tn to opca hla mouth. Ilut Ulll ., .i , ,. . i i ,. i i. a tome will be cauekt, easy aa the selves nnd those to whom we intrust the fresh nlr, which he Is not. "I ought back nnd finally tney had to . ,, appear 8t'U b"0VO ,B our children that a Bystem or instruc- shall havo to give up the work or the BrMne' !,fl choko blm before he would loosen his 1110 lUirc ure the answers: mlnlslrjr tion which stores tho mind with tacts. drink," be said: "It Is getting hold of grip. It was then that Coach Morley ! 1. Tke two aunilwrs are 7 and 1. lJc la making n KOod deal or but fails to Impart strength of will me nudgud Captain Fisher and pointed to 2. The Bxare 6. the fraction and bar-- 1 the dog Catching the Idea, Fisher Onward wn go for still wn boar them nnd strcnuousness of purpose Is our money, nnd naturally does not want the drrlniul fraction J, Hinging; away n valuable connection. ren. And as we open tbe doors of to sprang to his feet aud built up a X Right cents nnd ono fourth. Angels sing on. your faithful watches Sunday schools and churches we need "Why not try giving up the drink?" speech around Dili. Ho compared Twice 15 are Ally. Twlco f und 20 i. keeping. to remember that a religious institu he was asked, "utterly Impossible.' I. Ill's nerve to the team's and asked aro SO. song tion which makos tbo supreme end ot ho said. "I should break down In a tbo men If tbey wcro not ashamed Sing us sweet fragments of tho 6. The two parte are 35 and 15. above Its cxlstenco anything but tho culti- week." I know a man who writes ror ol themselves. Ills closing sentence Nurse Training School of vation of n rollgiou3 spirit and tho ap- tho magazines. Some of bla work was: "Just play for Ulll, Ulll. Ulll!" SILVER COIN MADE TO JUMP Tho announcement was mado to a plication of that spirit to llfo is varies gTeatly In quality. "When I When Columbia returned to tho shepherds. No angcllo sterile. Berea College want to do really good work I get Held. Ulll, yelping furiously, led tbe Email band of It Is often said that the church drunk." he said. Ho stated this qulto i clever Little Trick May Be Per- way All through the half the team host wont to tho Sanhedrtn, or to tbe palace or Horod nnd broke tho news kecpa Itself too remote from human openly. "It makes me thundering bad formed With Port Wine Glass, but ROOM s heard bint barking from tho HAS UEST OPERATING It doo3 not concern itself nfterwards, as I don't possess a cast life, that Conical Form la Easier. Said Vf u HalUa, tho big tackle, after of tho birth of tho Christ child. Is sufficiently practical detail iron constitution, but it Is necessary. AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES with tho there not a lesson bore? Docs not the gnnio. lowof every day life. Wo aro told that It After I wake In the next morning toy FOR CARR OF A LIMITED NUMBER Choose a wineglass of the conical "Wo hoard every yelp, nnd it slra. God hnvn special regard for tho ly and tho humblo? Hath not God j must enlarge Its function and diver brain Is on Ore, and my mind Is as form, nhown In tbe Illustration, wboiw ply drove us." chosen tho weak things to confound slfv Its activity. It should champion , nctiTC n8 possible. Then I settle OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREATKrrntCKt diameter la a little larger Also. Ultra yelping was so good that tho might) 7 If angols wero willing to this phllauthrophy and espouse that dovfn nn(1 wjro In " n0 looked on tt MENT Q.tEATLY INCREASES PROSthan a rllver dollar At the bottom Colombia won out. twetvo lo six. (he elnss ptacu n silver quarter, Amorlcan Magazine. preach to a few farmers, should tho reform. Its ministers snouia Decome an a business matter altogether, nnd ' of i preacher be ashamed of ministering experts In scientific agriculture or In failed to sco that each of those out- - PECTS OF RECOVERY. .uid above U the dollar, which will to a Binnll and humble people, or tho economics or sociology. The criti- hursts meant another tax on tho nl mil only a little way Into tho Riai.i; Rates One Dollar a day and up. It will rest tiorliontnlly, like a lid EARLY USE OF ICE SKATES Sunday school teacher to n small cism may bo JusL It Ib possible that ready weakening brain. Such men as there has been too great a gulf be- theso are the most hopolesa of any upna It. Now tell your friends that class? Dond for prompt paymont required. life, between the class of drunkards. without touching cither glass or coin Holland Conceded to Oe Birthplace The scholars of the land wero also tween religion and institutions. of Skating and Undoubtedly First yrm nave It In your power to make For further particulars address noticed of Christ's birth. The Scrip- church and - other human Milnlol.P tn . .. . t. . Practiced There. tho quarter of a dollar lump from Ita ture does not say "not any wise men HOSPITALS CUT OUT ALCOHOL 7'm . All you havo to do la to position are called," but "not many." It is a to know To "necessity's sharp pluck," not to mistake to say that religion Is good and for the city minister breathe strongly on the silver dollar. Dublin Institutions Show Re and sociology. Nln It will rutnto nnd so assumo a vor- a deslro for amusement, says tho enough for women, and children, but something ot economics to regard this markable Decraase In Use of StimNow York Kvenlng lost, we owe the not BEREA, KY. but for either of them tical aosttlua. At the aamo Instant for strong, brainy men. The ulants Hard on Traffic. Invention of skates nnd tbclr early bralncst men of tho ages bavo been as the essence of his ministry and u therefore as the supremo business of Holland Is conceded to be tbe Christian men. An Interesting report of the Irish tho church would bo nothing short of homo and birthplace of skating, and mysThat tbo birth of Christ was calamity. The church has no right Association for the Prevention of In, n .. . It was undoubtedly first practiced .. terious and miraculous need not dis- to become SO uecpiy iniereieu iu "uir ii:ukiiiui.u o there and In the far north. turb us. How Christ's body was pre- ordluato cuds, and alms that It neg-- sued, and ptates that a return has In a country of lakes and canals the re- - been made principally from the report and human pared, bon necessity or walking and running on could becoino the divine can tell? We lects tho lather's business of the ono who human of tho board, or superintendence of the Ico must have been felt from tbe do not even 'Understand our own birth, demptlon or human lire and hospitals of the amount or and earliest d.ya, and. Indeed, they were let alono Ills. If ever anything of a society through the cultivation splr- - Dublin stimulants used. The nine hospitals diffusion of n genuinely religious In one of tho mounds oc which found miraculous nature should take place, nnrt character. dealt with by the board expended In a Frlesland village was built. The when shoJld It be If not now i. 1.053 6s 9d. with an average The real test or tne worth of any 1SS4 skates were fastened to the feet by when the King of nil laws is coming per church mombers is his ability to put number of 742.85 beds, or 28s 4d Tho Jumping Coin. straps passed through boles made In Into the world? Let us be careful lest llrst things first and keep tnem mere, bcr pcr annum; ana in ism expeuueu A Danish historian men ad. is directed at the 218 15s 7d, with an average num-IIn donylng the virgin birth, wo chal- And foremost among these first things the compressed breath at tbe bottom tho bones. who has all the lenge tho purity of tho Virgin's llfo. of tho glasa will causo tbe quarter to tlons tho sport In 1134. Institution of public worship, bcr of 989.08 beds, or 4s Cd per bed the Tbe bone skates were also the kind business in his line in iklp Irani Its petition quite a diswas the coming Church attendance Is the first duty to Fer onnum. The honorary secretary Tho birth of Christ Fltzstephen, Consurap-glvethis community. tance on tbe table, alter wblch the first used In England of Cod to and In man, not that God bo entered upon and tho last to be ror tho National Hospital for say You say Q Mr. Merchant that will alowly go back to Its lor-m- In bis account of the amusements of had' never como to man before, for he dollar up, for It Is dynamic to them ton Dublin, wrote: "I beg to position. you've got it alL You're sellSometimes this trtctc the young people on tbo Ice In Lon had. Dut he had como only as a so- nil. With this duty fulfilled we shall stimulants are not as a rule used In r Jiay be performed with a little port don during ibe latter part of tbe journer. In Christ ho camo to abide. be all the better prepared to serve In lr,e treatment of patients at this ing them all they'll buy, anyglass, but with ibe conical lorni twelfth century, notes thnt It was usu- His name Is "Immanucl, God with departments of tho associated pitnl." The secretary of the Nationnl how. But at the same time expert al for them to fasten the leg bones of aa." Whatever else the Incarnation life of the church. This community Maternity hospital also wrote: "Dur-nceIt la still usler. Magical you would like more business, animals under tbe soles of their may mean, meats. the service of a liberal Chris- inf. tne ,car 1309 there were but two It certainly means that tj Make this community buy feet, by tying them around their as tlan cburcb. This church ueeds the bottles of brandy consumed and two more. then taking a pole, they Uod took our nature and became ankles, nnd Btrvlccs of liberal Christian men and quart attics of whisky." The average BEES PARTICIPATE IN WAR pushed themselves ono of us bo came unto his own J Advertise strongly, consistby striktwo needs must be n.jmbti of beds In this latter hospital Tho birth of Christ brings to us women. These ently, judiciously, ing against tho toe, and moved with or not at all. II we fall wa8 nDOut thirty, giving, roughly. good tidings of great Joy. If tbe an- met together Terrifying and Demoralizing Method great rapidity fj Suppose you can buy a lot or spirits church gels sang, Bhould not we? Ho camo In our duty to the church, tho coinmu- - n conBUmption or ono gill of Repelling Besiegers Employed of washtubs cheap; advertise drops per to save not angels, but men. Tho must fail In Its duty to theafter the pcr boj per year, or four been given by Themlseyraeant. a big washtub sale in this pa hnrder blow has SKATE BODIES OF ALUMINUM rirrt nolo of this angelic song Is a note As we meet together ,Icnt per, t'ut m an jnviung picvacation period can wo not say.' "This l0 aicojl0 than its gradual abandonsong has characterof ;ladnrss, and In there dnys of scientific warfare ture of a washtub where one thing i uo; uy inn 6i nient in case oi ih-i- i there are more ways of killing a Llghtnesi It Actfed Wlthuut Any Lots ized Christianity. strengtn mat no uus people can sec it the minute of Strength by Use of New This btrth In Ilethlcbcra shows God's and with the mnn than of going to church, but you In my rower to they look at your ad. Talk It Shown. uttltudo toward men. God bns good given I will do all more efficient mo- GREAT DAMAGE BY ALCOHOL would have to look far and wldo be a And strong on washtubs. will toward men. He Is not the bard, make this church fore you would find a moro turrlfylug In tho Additional lightness without toss of Bovore Judgo that men so ottcn wrong' tor In this community and you'll find every woman in Visiting Physician to Brooklyn Prison and demoralizing method of rcpcllllng besiegers than that eraplo)cd by tho strength has given ulumlnum a place ly picture him to be. 8lnnor, you world." this vicinity who nas oeen Points Out Need of Moro Active getting aiong with a rickety people of Themiscyrn, an ancient city In the manufacture of skates, a con havo cursed God, but ho has not Interest By Public. Sleeps. of Atlu Minor A Human historian cera In Cleveluud making skate bodies cursed you back; you havo lifted your Led by the Eye That Never washtub for years ana years inwill guide thee with mine eye." Tbe need of more nctlve public tells that when tho city was beslvxcd of thttt metal, says the Popular Maga- - hands against him, but lie has not will buy a new one from you. influwo nre In the dark terest In tbe destroyed you. Ho has thoughts of (Ps 32:8.) When tr.ore were great bulldlnga put up to tj That's creative business us. When led ence or alcohol Is thus clearly brought Ulmliiei-and of lovo toward you. If God can nnd will see lor be pushed toward the walla to that power! man out by Dr. Moses Keschner. visiting you havo wronr thouglts of God, lot uv a Irlcud who can cc, n blind tko attackers might advauce uninjurthem die away In tho muBlc of thnt i may walk as safely as any ot,e We nhvslclan to tho city prison ot the Ilut the Thcmlseyraens were 4 ed. .. ..(Ian OOI1 OHO led abOUt tlirOUgb horouch (Nev York rl..(.,il ... nndium will tn. or llrooklyn OUK AD. RATES ARE RIQHT capable people, and they chopped ' crowded Btree's by his wife, and be M dlca( journal) wrd men." holes lu tlio lips of the buildings und Tho Christian story brings to us niays hnd u happy confident smite .Millions are spent annually to caot down on the heads of tho udvanc-Irif- t in. U " (UDIrtsM. great ulso a Savior. Jesus Christ was born on his face, for bo knew mat every era(jtcato infectious diseases; army whole swaruiu of bees an tr with reference to s'n. Ho was the step taken wns being directed by one g(rosg a laid on tho prevention and animals all the wild und ferocious only man that ever was born with who loved him, nnd who could plainly trcal,nent of bubonic plague and that their municipal uicnagerlo had 3kates of Aluminum. tbey way It would be that way ,aera. m0st sumptuous sanatoria aro rcferenco to that great fact. Other contained. Inch great men were teachers nnd reform- uith us If wo would only trust more rnns.rucied to harbor persons afflict- - TRADE MORAL Tho quality ol tine A blade of steel about In England, a few hunUlkewltu. -. ,, ntnn, 1.1 for guidance. ai.VA tmitl frr.m wUn tno while plnguo;" yet the In tho P.yes of tho dred years later, the Danes and Nor wide and M3 Inch thick Is Inserted In no a and damage lufllcted physically and ecowhat you have to ss'.l is known wcglaus were attacking the ancient the ulumlnum Tho illustrations r.iow tholr Bins. Hit name shall bo railed md not grope along alone In doubt nomically by alcohol Is far greater Itoman city of Chester, tbuu beid by such a body befoio Mulshing, and a Jesus aud ho ahall suv bis people misgiving to sonic people all of the time skate with blade In than Inflicted by all the Inrcctlous disfrom their sins. This Is good ttillugs After all the ordluary (bo riaxont- together world. eases put to tlou. of great Joy to a tnvthods of wurfare hud fulled The Sabbath. and all of th3 psoile some of peniten"Jails, workhouses and It Christ tbe Lord cannot savg jo drive anay the Norsemen tbe bee Sabbath desecration and raise no , millions to , ...Knni in. nrtv nmbarrass tiaries In this state cost .. Playing Lady, the tim-3- , but aovjrtise rcgu-from your sins, no ono else rati. hives ol tinnier were brought to the I have my brsl n wtwnnt on; yuu a regard for maintain, and these harbor criminals, He Is a personal Savior--unt- o ou tbe city walla and overturucd hose who would maintain I've rtbbuu In my hair; larly with us ano you'll reach George .01) per cent, of whom owe their origin tie was born; he Is a mighty S'ltor-- . needs of the enemy, who retired In he Amerlcan Sabbatb.-R- ov. My aklrt l vrry, very long. lmo to alcohol." la Auolulp.l Paul. ka Is Christ the And I'm crown up for 'air, haatM. E. Davlea. Presbyterian. St e!I oi the neojle all oi tho time. I an-fo- ri Sifit dffiS jLtfuSl Berea Printing School e li. - en-te- n: Houses to Rent Jnck-of-a- tcr-riu- n prob-iem- I I THE Berea Hospital side-line- J '" ror.nrrarm,ng L. - THE BEREA HOSPITAL . s THIS n boa-othe- rd pa-nlt- y Metal-Arrang- ement 1 prlme-p'oducln- a u-- pel-se- - !rd lo. u Page Four. THE CITIZEN. fc degrees below, Tuesday morning. This was felt mora than when It was J 4 degrees blow bcauso of tho mots-tur- o In tho atmosphere. Tho Western States haro been snow bound and trains havo been unable to travel but It Is getting much warmer there now as tho wavo makes Its way toward tho Atlantic. The cold wavo extended all over tho north nnd as far south as Florida. January Day Phone 2G 18, 1913. Nlrfht 46 COMPLETE STOCK DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, LADIES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES WINTEKLYCEUM COURSE Tho Lyceum Committee feels proud of tho course which Is presented to j the peoplo of Berea this winter. For tho opening number wo havo secured tho Schi'ldkret Hungarian Or- chestra, n musical company that was I ' hero threo years ago, and has ecr slnca been looked ukh as being tho i best thing of Its kind that has come j to Berea. Since tho Bostonln Orchestra was here last fall it has had to divide honors with them In the estimation of some, but the majority of those who remember them still wi, "No ono so good as Schcldkret." Tliey como on tho 27th of this month A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. and single admission tickets are u0 cents. SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. On Feb. 2Uh, Edward Amherst Ott, one of tho greatest lecturers In America today, will give one of his famous lectures, either "Sour Graiies" or J MEN'S DORMITORY BURNS RED CROSS EXCLUDED "Will Your Dreams Como True." Wo havo tho assurancu of a number of Has No Rights In Civil War Pathetic About 8.30, Friday morning, a blazo people who havo heard him that ho 1)1 oko out on the second story of the Illegal Use In China. will bo a grcnt treat. Single admission j men'B dormitory, known as thu old to his l?cturo will bo 35 cents. when the formers of tho hospital, located near thu old Pow... ... On March 2nd, we offer a musical which nrovlilt'8 er house and lumber yards. Tho Ilru number, l no urcnesirai agents which was caused by an overheated tho IiroU.ctlon for of and wo bcllcvo that they will be fit ot tll0 lcj Crog8 wnr iad had gained considerable headway company for Schcldkret and tho plcted their task they had omitted before being discovered and by the Tho company Is composed of all mention of ono lmKrtant questiuiu thu hose arrived It had spread four sisters, and they give almost tion which has recently been n cause .over almost thu entire second floor all kinds of music in varied combina- of uncertainty and some embnrass-men- t. and rear of the building. tions, with rendlngs thrown in lo This question relates to the Time after tlmu thu boys thought add variety. Do not miss them. Adfunction of tho Red Cross In civil they had thu flames under control, mission 50 cents. war. but as soon as there wus a check In Ralph Bingham ends tho course for The treaty, In fact, does not pro- one section they broke out In a new the year. He Is called "300 lbs, of vide any method by which the Red quarter. Finally alter over an hour's fun," and If you arc In doubt as to Cross may help to ameliorate the hard fighting the fire, which had In tho propriety of tho title come and horrors of civil war. When two vain tried to descend to the ground hear him on March 23rd. Ho sings, governments aro at war with each floor, acknowledged its defeat, but plays tho violin, tells stories, crncks other, If both nro signatories to the not until thu entire upikt floor of jokes, and In fact does every thing treaty, both are bound to protect the building had been consumed, leavto make one soe and feel tho sunshine thu ngent8 0f the Red Cross and res- ing a worthless shell. He will not teach you, ,Kct tho jU.j Cr0118 flllB. if only ono in tho world. Thu destruction of tho building nor Inspire you, It may be. but ho of tho wurrlng governments has slgn-wi- ll uutulls considerable toss to tho colrest you and drlvo away the the treaty, neither Is required to lege, not only financially, the propertho Red Cross flag or agents. ty U'lng valued at almost 11,500, but i In such a case, tho two countries owing to the great Influx of students, by special agreement may bind themall accommodations are taxed to tho selves to observe the rules of tho limit. Tho IS young men who occupitreaty and thus avail themselves of ed the house were, however, speeditho humane administrations ot the ly provided for. Red Cross. Most of tho boys succeeded In savIn tho case of clll war or revoluing their iiersonal effects, nnd most however, tionary movements, the of tho furniture escaMd thu flames roolutlonarles aw not only not In a more or less shattered condition. ' signers of tho treaty of Geneva, but Although the fire was confined to u .m ,r, , B(ructur0 tno of status they aro held to mental , baiy danaKOd It llllUt'tUlU Ui UHliI UJb IUIU U will In all probability be torn down agreement concerning and replaced by a moro responsible modern structho Red Cross with thu government ture. which they aro trying to overthrow. Through thu kindness of Mrs. GolThus no way Is left open by whlrh den and Mr. Taylor hot coffee was may legally nnd safetho Red Cross served to tho boys who so rallently ly give its kindly services In time ot fared both tho Intense heat and the civil war. freezing cold. During the progress of the recent revolution in Mexico, tho American BOY MISSING Red Cross offered Its services to the Mexican government, but Its offer Sou of J. T. Durham, Kerby Kaob, could not be accepted. As a result, Jackson County, 15 years old, red tho American Red Cross confined Its cow lick on right side ot activities to tho boundary lino be- 'hair with forhead, bluo eyes, weighs about 131 tween the United States and Mexico, caring for sick and wounded soldiers lounds, stands straight and nuare shouldered. Ho Is supposed to be and destltuto refugees who were crazy and should be put In custody brought across the border or taking of officers and W. A. Johnson, Deputy thu risk of venturing over the Hue Berea, Ky., notified. without official protection, when the Sheriff. imier.i-thdemands of humanity were as was the casu at Jaurez, No- - 2 cans Tomatoes and I Corn, 25c ' gales, Tla Juana and elsewhere, 3 cons Corn 25c "Blues." Admission 35 cents. Tho Importance of rigid governmen 3 cans Peas . . .25c Our friends will notice that, " if ' bought singly, the tickets for tho four tal control of the use ot thu Red 3 cans Pie Peaches 25c 13 well illustrated by thu presn Cr t W,nw Strim HTn HI numbers will cost $1.70, but If a sea- - Cross - ,4k son ticket is secured It will cost but ent condition In China where no J rnm Ay a I f1 n r i I'nrn supervision of such use exists. 75 cents. This Is vory low, but for 2 cans Waldorf Peas 25c tho benefit of families wo make a Many different unauthorized organizusing thu emblem In thu Waldorf Tomatoes.. 15c siiocial "Family ticket" at $1.60 for ations aro hopu of protecting thu lives and proNavy Beans 5c per pound throo in tho 'same family, $1.70 for I four and $1.S0 for all you have, ro perty of their members. Slnco no Choice Dried Peaches, 2'jc " gardless of how many that may be. restrictions on this use are unforced, tho result Is that the emblem has AT Get tickets from agents, from the character in a farclal College store, or at the lost " I'at.ietlc scramble for a protec- door on tho night of Seheldkret tlon which it cannot give. Tho follow Concort. ing oxtract from a private letter from Tho Lyceum Committee. I Delivers Contlmird on Hutrjilemtnt R. H. CHRISMAN Undertaking and Embolmlnrf i E. F. COYLE You pay less or get more gosooaoaooaooaooaosooaooaooaooaoooaoouu o o o o o LOCAL PAGE NEWS The Skyman begins this week. Mr. J. U. Uowman Is visiting home-folk- s and friends In town. st OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A Rev. J. N. Edwards of Wagoner, Oklahoma, will preach at the Bap-tlchurch, Sunday morning and evening. ANNOUNCEMENT To tho Democrats and Citizens of Madison County, Kentucky: I hereby announce my candldary tor tho office of Judge of tho Madi son County Court, and I will appro1 iclato and bo under many obligations to you for your support. If nominated and elected, I pledge myself to tho enforcement of the laws against all offenders alike; to show no partiality for or toward any one; to do everything I can for tho advancement of good roads without favoring any particular (section of the County; to treat everyone having business in my offlco courteously and kindly; to welcome you In tho offlco at all times and to seo that the tax payers got full value for every cent of mon' ' expended by the County. Hoping 'to havo a favorable consideration at ycur hands, I am yours very truly, II. C. Rice. a oaooaoovoaooaoaoaoaoo oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaot Mr. J. O. Bowman, a former dent of Hcrea, and son of Prof. J. C. Bowman, who has for the past two years been tho principal of tin; High School at Montezuma, Noith Carolina, has been visiting his parents this last week. Mr. Bowman l?tt on Tuesday to accept a position us, physical director and assistant manager of thee Y. M. C. A. at FrankHo Is to have charge of fort, Ky. the new $30,000 building erected for the Y. M. C. A. work there. Aftor r. year of tho work in Frankfort ho hopes to return to Berea to complcto his college course. Pres. and Mrs. Frost, who stayed at their post during the Christmas vacation, have slipped away to the South for a week's rest and to avoid a threatened attack of grippe. They will probably go as far as Florida. Secretary Morton attended the Kentucky Track Athletic stuIntor-collegia- te DR. BEST, DENTIST CITT rilONK Office over 16S fierea Bank & Trust Co. Bos-tonl- a. ,,. fu, DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock INSURANCE, Will sign your bond. Phone 505 Richmond, Ky. UtN. TIME TABLE. North Bound Local 10:55 p. m. 7:00 a. m. 3:62 a. m. 1:01 p. m. 7:45 a. m. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local 8: 15 p. m. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. in. BEREA 6:55 p. m. 6:M a. m. Knoxvllle Knoxville BEREA Association meeting at Phoenix Hotel last Saturday whore representatives from Georgetown, Central University, Transylvania, State Collego and Berea met to consider a joint track meet which Is to bo held on May loth. WANTED: All your turkeys and 4:46 p. m. BEREA chickens at a good price. J. S. Gott, p. m. 8:37 Cincinnati Depot Street. Dr. A. E. Thomson, Principal of page 6. See The the Lincoln Instltuto at Slmpsonvllle, Miss Daisy Spcnco was surprised spent several days In town last week at her home, Saturday night, by a and attended the meetings of the Pru large number of her friends in hon- dential Committee held while he was here. Dr. Thomson reports that all or of her 22nd birthday. Twenty-tw- o !croons wcro present who enjoyed Is going well at Lincoln Institute. Mr. S. W. Grathwehl, who will be themselves playing various games. A nice treat of candy was served. All remembered by many of the students wishing Miss Spenco many happy re- as one of the successful young men turns of her birthday. orators of the A. Z. society, writes Chas Duerson and Miss Grace Ogg that ho has boon sick in Salt Lake of Bcrca were married in Jelllco, City, Utah, and has been ordered to Tenn., Monday morning, Jan 15, 1911, tho Pacific Coast for the benefit of his health. by Rev. Martin of that place. s. Coal oil 10 cents per gallon at looks like everybody trades at It Welch's. Rov. Mr. Roberts, Pastor of tho Miss Kato Logsdon of Tanola. Ky., was visiting with friends In town last Union Church, was unable to hold his usual Prayer meeting service last week. Thursday night, due to illness. Dr. Lexington Mrs. Clayton Crump of Thomson led the meeting and all has been visiting with relatives in who attended report a very enjoy- town this week. ablo and helpful time. R. 11. Chrisman has bought the Charles McCall who was called to residence of Mr. G. E. Porter on his homo at Glbbs, N. C, becauso of Prospect Street. The deal was closthe death of his sister, has return ed, .Monday, Mr. U. S. Wyatt bringed and ontcred for tho winter term's ing it about. The price paid by Mr. work. Chrisman was $3,000. On Saturday night a number of Mr. Buford Long was In town the students enjoyed a delightful sleigh latter part of the week. rido around tho "Llttlo Horn." Tak Mr. Gcorgo P. Flnley of Paint Lick ing the longest way home, they re died in tho Lancaster Hospital, Friturned by tho College Barn and up day night. Jan. 12th, from a wound Center Street. Tho fact that sleighin tho neck mado by a pistol shot ing Is so rare In Berea added greatfired by Tom Ralston, Jan. Gth. ly to the pleasure; also the hot choc It Is said that Flnley and Raltson olate and lunch that was eaten on had a difference at the November tho return trip. All tho popular and election, and on onterlng a clothing many old College songs were sung 6th, Flnley was shot by and all declared they store Jan. had never had Ralston unexpectedly. The same shot a better time. They left Ladies Hall wounded Ralston's own slbter but at 6:30 and returned at 9 o'clock. not fatally. Tho following persons shared the Mr, Rufus East, a former student treat: Misses Eylcr, Beecher, Bick-nel- l, of Berea, Is spending a few days lu Rocsche, Mintcr and Smith; town. Messrs. Llchwart, McClanahan, Porter, LeMastor, Gabbard and Boilers. It's the easiest way to make money, "Savo tho Difference.", Mr. E. B. Wallace and wlfo havo moved Into tho Royston property on From now, henceforth and 'ever after Center St. Sky-ma- Express Train Stop to take on and let off passengers from beyond Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati BEREA 11:44 a. m. North Bound FENCE Special Sale now on .., ( at Welch's for Ameri- can Royal Fencing 26c per rod Can't beat the price or goods. "Save the Difference9' ORDINANCE e, I At Home te ordained by tho City Council of tho City of Berea, Ky., as follows: That tho corporate limits of this city be reduced as follows, Beginning at a point on tho L. & N. railroad where tho corporato lino now crosses tho said railroad north of tho Berea De pot, thonco a westerly course to R . W. Todd's farm excluding It, thenco u soumorniy course io wucro uiu branch crosses tho Berea and Wal- turnpike, thence a Btraigui laceton lino, a southernly course to the residence of Laura Spence on the Beroad, thence a rea and Asbury straight lino to the L. & N. rail road brldgo whero It crosses Brushy Fork at J. W. Fowler's farm, thence down said creek with tho meanders thereof to tho old original line at or near the oia Joei loaa nousu, thenco a straight lino westward to tho Bcttlo Rood Houso excluding It, thence northward a straight lino to Bo It I al ....... Partio IA ..' n',r,, TATUM'S Any Time NEW FIRM Hayes to D. M. Gott. The change owned by Rhodus being made January 1, the new firm is now open and ready for business with a full line of winter merchandise at prices that will interest you. We invite you to come and see us before you buy. In behalf of the old firm we wish to thank you for your past patronage and, assuring you honest dealings and courteous treatment in the future, we are :: :: :: :: :: :: yours for quality. :: the beginning. Zbc 1RKhet Store In the most attractive, combuilding in modious, Berea. With a line of merchandise that will please every one. Cone ia and See Ut J. W. FOR SALER EXCHANGE L. Gay, Mayor. C. Engle, Clerk. 'HH'E WISH to announce to our patrons and prospective customers 11 J that C. C. Rhodus has sold his interest in the stock of Merchan-dis- c C& The New Brick Building with the Handsome Plate Glass Windows MakSt Hotel Block REAL WINTER WEATHER For salo or oxchango for other stock, ono 3 yenr old Jack, well broWe have Just passed through the ken, ono Registered Percheron stalcoldest weather we havo had since lion, 6 years old. All ready for the records have been kept In A few fresh Jersey cows. which Is over twelve yeurs. Lust J. W. Herndon, R. D. No. 1. Friday night the temperature fell to Berea, Ky. fourteen degrees below zero. Since FOR SALE" that time It has been moderating and On Center Street a good lot known we havo already passed tho worst as the John Bales place. IIoum and btago of the cold wave. The snow acbarn on lot Good reason for sailing, companying tho cold wave measured 8 inches. The thermometer registered owe money. D. N. Welch. sor-Ice. Bo-re- a, HAYES "Quality Store" & GOTT r January 18, 19 2. 1 THE CITIZEN. pleasant subjects until somo other controlling tho spirit of fault finding and bringing each child Into tho conversation. It Is ror tho parents to cxhnlo warmth and magnetism and draw out by sympathy tho minds ot their children nnd their I guests. Exchange time, PUNISHING CHILDREN Page Five . 200 TELEPHONES THE IN BEREA EXCHANGE January 1, 1912 RESOLUTION Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? You Which is to say that each subscriber in the Here Exchange can get into instant communication, day or night, with tooo people in ilerea and vicinity, and with over 4000 people in Madison County, at a cost of less than 5 cents per day 24 hours for a residence phone. YOUR. NEW YEAR-'-S should call for a Telephone in your home. We have the phones. Our operators are anxious to give you good service. Go to your neighbor's phone today and call 184 and we will get your phone in quick. BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED Parents should remember that every distressing story told to a child, every superstitious tear Installed Into Its young life, and their mental nttltudo toward tho child, their wholo treatment of It, nro simply making phonographic records in Its naturo which will bo reproduced with scientific exactness In Its future life, says, Orison Swett Mardcn In blood-curdlin- buy the same goods at Engle's Store for less money Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, Flour, Meal, Sugar, Coffee Always The Best INTENSIVE FARMING Feeding Dairy Cows Is a tliiio when the dairyman is not worrying nbo-.i- t a bI1 what to food or because leed js high. Tim prvbent price of hay, com and mill fwl nre musing ninny dairymen M resolve not to pass another winter without a silo. Tho iihc of sllaK" meanF th'i ke;-lii- g of inoro cows on llio wiine acre. It cuts th hay hill In half and produces larger yield of milk. In reeding, sllaK) and hay are generally fed ax much as tho cattlo will consume. l'rolde, If Kstdhle, alfalfa, or clover liny. In case of a shortage of these, uso whatever Is obtain-abl- e but whatuver Is lacking In hay to bo supplied In the more exHnlse grain feeds. Many dairymen are having good success with coin silage, cottonseed meal ami cow pen hny, nslng no mill fed, and, when; Home grain seems With to Ixi needed, supplying corn. filago and cow pea and clover hay, gruln In proportion ot 1 ioimd of grain to 3 2 or 4 pounds of milk produced. Without ullage and wllli timothy or corn fodder (for rough-nefeed 1 Kjuud ot grain mixture to 'i VI or 3 pounds of milk. Ilrnu and Hhlpstuff are really too high and considered to be patent rvady feeds are mixed Many havo learned illll higher. from uxperlenoi thnt "ready mado" feeds ilo not pay. Com, cotton-we- d nienl nnd Hoiiii'time a llttlo bran or oil men'l nre used to mix with mill dust and weed seeds for filler. Koine are houestl- y- mndu but nil "ready mado'' feeds nre mndu at a profit of five to tun dollars per ton, which can be saved by mixing at home and This with cow-jM- -a cent protein, when cottonseed iiunl, containing 3(1 to 41 (cr cent pioteln, can bo obtained for less than 130 pur ton. Dried distiller's grains containing about 24 iter cent dlgentiblu iKirtcin cost about $30 or less, being a very much cheaper source of protein than bran. Many successful dairymen arc making up thler own rations such as corn chop or corn nnd, coh meal 40J IhiuuiIh, and cottenseed mtal 100 lbs. In the absence of clover, iowiea or alfalfa hay, raise the proortlou of cottonseed menl to MO pounds. Where dried distiller's grains are obtainable a mixture of corn chop per 4i0 iKiunds, cottonseed meal 100 lbs. and dry distiller's grains ISO ounds, make, a good ration, tho mixture being fed In proportion to milk ylehl, as previously descrllcd. Good clover or alfalfa hny, chopped fine and mix-i- d with tho corn chop and cotton-seemeal, will make tho feed light and bulky, as Is desired for cows. Since 2200 pounds of Alfnlfa hny is c(iial to a ton of bran, there Is little need of cxcnslo concentrates with alfalfa. The wiser dairyman who makes the most money will grow ullage and corn nnd hny rich In protein nnd buy protein only In the shaie of cotton-Me- d menl, oil meal nnd gluten feed. A common fault In feeding Is tho use ot too much grain and feeding all cows alike, rcgnrdlctts of producd tion. Different kinds or compilations of fi ds do not affect tlx: butterfat content of milk. Questions regarding dairy cow feeding will be gladly nnswercd. Mention men better result obtained. Nothing tho prices of feed you have or enn cin be said In favor of condlmental secure. fieds or conditioners. A. J. Heed, Many mixed feeds Helling from $30 Kentucky Kxcrlmcnt Station, Lexto $35 er toil have from 10 to :0 ington, Ky. A BEREA SONG Wo work with our might while we sing our glad scng, From mountain nnd valley, from hillside and plain, We peal forth our wntchword nnd triumph ot right and for down-- I sing our refrain; Though happy nnd Jolly, determined nre we, To bnttlo for progress and sweet li- I fnll of wrong; We llvo with tho highest, we work for tho low, Kor all men arc brothers, our God mado It so. Then hero'isjlo our campus, our halls berty. CHORUS: To Home and contentment, to School and advancement, To Church nnd to Nation we vow to be true; Herea, we love thee, and out nlwvo and our town, And hero's to our Faculty, wise and renowned; d And hero's to our students, a crew, one To dear old Herea may each bo true. Chns. D. Lewis. light-hearte- thee. We'll wave thy proud Creaih and tho IIluo. banner, tho meals are cheerfulness and conversation. They aro hoth necessary. Iiy cheerfulness Is meant light, pleasant, happy talk. Do not bring your troubles to tho table. Interesting stories, nncedotes, Incidents about tho people you havo met, things happening In tho corner of tho world whero Head The Skyman, our now serial. you work bring these homo and talk about them till your business life Is a real nnd glowing to those who lovo you nnd believe In ou, ns It Is to yourseir. To bo cheerrul Is not to be nrtirical neither Is It forcing Insincerity upon your friends. Cheerrulness is n lorm or unselfishness, a dlfricult, noblo form which Is too seldom given tho appreciation It deserves. Young parents whoso children are growing up bosldo them, still In tho dangerous Imitative stago of their development, should demand rrom their children prompt attendance, good manners, low voices and respect to all thoso others who sit at tnblo with them. Tho parents should give an examplo In tho matter of conversa- "Success Magazine." Whatever you do, never punish a child when It Is suffering with rear. It Is a cruel thing to punish children tho way most mothers do, anyway; MANNERS BEGIN AT HOME but to punish a child when It is alConduct at the Table Tells the Tale. ready quivering with terror, and when you aro angry. Is Courtesy, Kindness andCheerful- ' nest Should Be Taught. So much Is saldTuTtho child about Tho same principle applies to punwhat ho must do and bo when ho goes ishing children In school, especially out to visit so little In comparison when they arc suffering with senel-tlv- o with what he must do nnd bo at fear. home. Yet, nowhere Is tho very Inner spirit or tho ranilly moro evidencJUDGE LINDSEY IN BEREA ed than when tho members of It Continual from pagrone congregate nbout the table. Tho amount or genuine culture a jailed In this country In one year. family has probably shows more dis- In the city ot Washington he tound, tinctly nt tnblo than In any otjicr to the surprise of the good popclo or one place. IT It were necessary to that city, In ono Jail where there were "sum up" tho members or a family n large number or boys, many with nt a glance, nowhere would It Lo their tcet chained together but los8lblu to find them with more ac- older criminals were not bo chaincuracy and less affectation than ed. The Warden gave as his reason gathered unconsciously about tho ror chaining tho boys, "Tho tact Is table. you can shoot a man who tries to "Why, then. Is not moro thought escape but you can't shoot a kid." taken nbout tho conversation and The Judge argued very strongly that general, family tono at meal tlino? n Jail reforms no qne; that 75 per There are two kinds of form neces- cent or the boys who are committed sary to establish around the homo to jail aro returned within six years table. There Is tho outer form, hav- ror worse offences. ing to do with tho serving or the Tho efforts of Judge Llndsey and meal, Important In that It dignifies thoso working on tho samo lines is It, and there Is the Inner lorm or to rind out the cause ot crime In junttltude of each member of tho fami- veniles just as a doctor investigates ly, his (KTsonal contribution to tho tho cause ot Typhoid. They rind the buccess of the meal, his conversation, youthtul criminal is possessed or cheerfulness nnd gift of wit. It is tho loyalty but this loyalty Is to the nttltudo that tho parents should make "gang" and not to the community; cery cfrort to Influence and to do that he has tear but It Is tear of so they must begin with their chil- the Jail and not fear of tho wrong. dren almost from U10 nursery. Their effort Is to divert this loyalty It Is never too early to impress up- to that It shall become loyalty to on the child that he has a duty to- tho city, and the boy count it more ward tho other members of the famiof a disgrace to He or steal than to ly and a place which can be filled be arrested. Along with this is an by no one else. In the mind or tho earnest effort to Impress upon parents normal little child there Is a curi- their responsibility for tho Immoral ous distortion or his position In and condition or their children. The lax townrd tho world. Ilo reels that he ity or remissness of the law In this Is tho center and pivot or the unirespect is manifested by the fact verse ho sees hlmsir tho reason and that tho guardian or a child Is held hinge or the family life. Instead, how responsible ror tho property but not much better for him If ho Is shown Tor the character ot tho child. Which Horn tho rirst that ho Is ono of many, Is ot more Importance? that ho has a distinct place in tho As recently aB In 1832 English law ranilly nnd a duty to- officers led to tho gallows children ward those older than himself. twelve years of age ror petty thefts. Nowhoro Is It moro necessary for This seems almost Incredible. these racts to be Impressed uon hlni What society has to do through than In their relation toward tho dally Its legal officers Is to eliminate tho meals. Too often tho llttlo child Is criminal tendency that may be In despot, autocrat oppressor tho boy without destroying Uie boy and thrice dally; nnd when the family Is who possesses possibilities of value gnthorcd around tho dinner table, for tho community. takes that opportunity of allowing his tho A very largo audience filled worst faults. Chapel to Its utmost capacity to hear The two characteristics most Im- this most Inspiring and Instructive portant for tho ranilly to cultivate nt address. ter-rlbl- o. well-defin- Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? Phone 60 R. J. ENGLE, Ky. Wilson, now Governor of Now Jersey and prospective presidential candidate. Tho new head of tho Institution will bo Doctor John Grler Hidden, who Is at present Professor of Logic In tho Institution and a gradu-at- o of tho University. Republicans and their leader, Mr. R. C. McClurc, should havo tho thanks of tho wholo stato ror Joining with tho Insurgent Democrats and defeating It. TOO EARLY TO BOAST Doast has been mado by the DemoFOREIGN MINISTER RESIGNS cratic Press that already bills embodyRobert Dacon, Ambassador of tho ing every plank In their platform United States to France, has orror-e- d have been proposed In tho Leglsla--tur- e. This Is possibly true, but tho his resignation to President Tatt. He resigns in order to take up active bills aro not pasesd, and It Is not work In the Interest or Harvard Unicertain that If they were passed 4s versity ot which he has been mado propoesd they would accomplish the a fellow. thing desired by tho peoplo or in tact tho thing promised In the platIN OUR OWN STATE form. They may need much amendment and there may yet be much dis(Continued from first pace) cussion. When tho end of tho ses gest It. Rut It was suggested and sion come3 it will be time to say came v?ry near being adopted. The Just what has been done, J BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE A COMPLETE LINE HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES PricesRight J. D. CLARKST0N GiveUs aCall MAIN STRUT, near Bank PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard, Fish and Oysters. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for butter, eggs, chickens. Lear Lard, guaranteed pure. Wdd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. J, ROBERTS, PrOp. LETTER FROM PRES. FROST Continual from 1'irtt rage 4' The New Drug Store PETTUS Bb PARKS, truly wonderful, and tho moro precious because soon to vanish. Tho 3.E2 a. m. train camo along would 10 o'clock. Wo wish It como at that hour every day. And tho 11.30 train south from Richmond Is thrco hours late, bo wo have had some chanco to enjoy railroad stations. In both stations wo have had good company. And both stations are y much cleaner than has been custom-nrIn tho past. Anl tho railroad employees aro growing moro polite and capable every year. Next wcok I will try to report upon oranges, crocodiles, and the Gult of Mexico. Wm. G. Frost NEWS OF THE WEEK I Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea and do as others have done, build you a comfortable home, educate your children and make a living? Or is it a common to medium farm you want at a moderate price for either cash or terms with easy payments, close around and convenient to Berea College ? It may be more convenient for you to buy some of the beautiful homes already built that I have for sale for my clients in Berea. Good enough for anybody. I have plenty of Real Estate in Madison and adjoining Counties for sale at a price to suit any one, from $10 per acre to $150 per acre owing to the quality and location of the land. Think it over and u rite me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you willalways get a square deal with Holiday If interested. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, Chestnut St., Berea, Ky. PHONE 54 Continued from first page LOOK AT THIS! A Splendid Hngivlu In n 318 neres Stock uiul Fruit Farm. This laud is real good limestone blue prusH mountain laud, well watered. About 00 neres In blue ?rm.H; about 100,000 ft. or saw timber; a jreat denl or tin timber nnd a grunt number or locust posts. Finest stone for making- llino any where. Hlieep llvo on blue grass all winter. This Is one or tho best of sheen ranches, also a wplendld fruit farm. It Iiiih growing on It now about 2,000 budded bearing peach trees; 160 llnoly nssorted budded apnlu trees, besides nil kinds of small fruit, grapes, cherries, plums, etc. This tract has on It two good farm residences. One with splendid collar and all necessary outbuildings, and 0110 splendid stock barn,2 water In yard a miles of church, teneinont houses, nnd Is in good neighborhood, within school and post otllce, 6 miles from Hail Kond. county road dividing It I will sell HiMUo as a whole or In two tracts as a whole for 123.00 per aero on good terms. Town lota and Improved property In Keren. Ky. llluvgrass farms In Madison and llarrard Cos., 6,000 acres In 1 block. Tlmbor und coal lands In Southeastern Kentucky all for sale at prices and tonus to suit purchaser. Let 1110 hear from any one Interested. PIUNCETON'S NEW PRESIDENT tion. Tho parents must themselves After Boveral unsuccessful attempts, bo tho rirst to tulk cheerfully, hapthe Trustoos of Princeton University pily and contentedly; avoiding un havo 3ccurcd a successor to Woodrow Dooley's For Everything To Eat In addition to our regular line of Staple and Fancy" Groceries, which we sell every day, we have made special arrangements to supply your every want for the holiday!). Our fruit line is everything that could be expected. We call special attention to our stock of Candies, which has been carefulv selected. We feel sure that if you allow us to take care o your candy orders you will be pleased. te G. D. Room , Berea Bank HOLLIDAY C Trust Building J. P. BICKNELL BEREA, KY. Bra, Ky. Prices are always right. I Pace Six. THE CITIZEN. Jaauarf II, 1912 COPYRIOMT IOIO OV THE SUCCESS CO Cayley Wtuted Sharply Up Into the Wind. bergen, which has had a permanent population ot 15,000 souls, lies 300 miles farther north than tills un. The Man WIUi Wwias. charted coast which Philip Caylcy saw Yir man)' kauri; Carlo was too before blm. mnch of a. cod today to bother with Hut tho great ice cap which covers the exact number of them fin bad the top of the world Is irregular In been flying slowly northward down a shape, and Just here, northward from rnKd southerly breeze. Hundreds of Alaska, it Juts its Impenetrable barfret lielow hlin was tbo dazzling, rier far down Into the Arctic sua. expanse of the irtar Ice rack Rogers, Colllnson and the Dvhh shrouds UiaInuorthern llmttfl of oling they all had tried to renetratc ltd Impenetrable this barrier, and had been turned tho Arctic ocean ell of mystery. back. A compass, n sextiuiL a bottle of Cayley wheeled sharply up Into the milk and a revolver comprlficd, with wind, and soared aloft to c height of, tic clothes ho wore, and with the perhaps, a quarter of a mile. Then, shimmering silken WngB of his with a long, flashing, shimmering bis whole equipment. Ula nenr-es- t sweep, ho descended. In tho arc of a base of sujipIiCB, if you could call great circle, and hung, poised, over Un of pemint-aIt that, was a tho laud itself and behind tho Jutting bidden under a Blane an the shoulder of the mountain. north east extremity of Herald Island, peTho land was a narrow-necke300 miles away. Tho United States ninsula. Mountain and cliff, prevented rcscuo station at Point Harrow, tie him from seeing the Imracdlato ccast extreme northerly point of Alaska, on the other sldo of It; but out a little the place which he had called home way to sea he was amazed to discover vapor for the past threo months, was pos- open water, and the smoke-liksibly, half as far again away, some- that he saw rising over tho cllffhead where oft to tho Boutttcast. tnado it evident that tho opening exHut for thcao past weeks of tended nearly. If not quite, to tho arctic sunshine, tie had fairly very' land's cdse. It was utterly unlived a wing. Tho earth had no ob- expected, for the side ot tbo peninstructions and tho air no perils. To- sula which bo bad approached' was t day, with his great broad for miles. e beneath htm. his drawn up lie would have towered again planes pitched itlglitly forward at tho abovo tho rocky ridge which shut oft precise and perilous anglo that only Ula vlow, and gone to Investigate this Juel did not send him plunging, head- phenomenon at closer range, had first, down upon tho sullen tnassea ot ho not. Just then, got the shock of anlc below, ho lay thero, prone, upon other surprise, greater than the dissteeping bag which covery of land Itself. tho sheep-skisupporting his jiadded the framo-wor- k The little valley which he hung two wings, as nerurn as tbo great ful- poised above was sheltered by a becond mar petrel which drew curiously near, ridge ot rocky, bills to the auid then, with a wheel and a plunge, north, und, except for streaks, denotaway, squawking. Jtcd ing crevices, here and there, was quite For all practical purposes Caytey free from Ice and snow. There were ad learned to fly. The great bright patches of green upon It. evair fibip, 100 feet from Up to idently 8omo bit ot flowering northern tip, which had long lain (die on his grass, and It was flecked here and ranch at Sandoval, would probably there with bright bits of color, yellow never leavo Its housu again. It had poppy, ho Judged It to be, and saxidone yeoman service. Without its frage. Hugging the baso ot the mounlxiwerful propeller, for tho last re- tain on the opposite side of the valley, source, Cnyley would never hato been then notching the cliff and grinding ablo to try tho experiments and get down to sea at the other sldo of It tbo praotlEe which had circa Mm tho was a great white glacier, all tho Jr for his natural clement, tie had whiter, and colder, more dazzling outgrown It. lie bad no more need for Its contrast withand brown mountaitho of motors or whirling fans. The force n-side valley. and tho green-claof Kravlly, tliu fnrco of the breeze and Up above the glacier, on the farthperfectly muscles of tho sldo, were great broad yellow tils own body gave him uH the power er patches, which be would have thought Jtti needed now. poppy held, but for the imposI'erbapx the succeeding generations were ot their growing In such a or humankind may develop an eye sibility No vegetable growth was posplace. which can oeo ahead when thu body sible, bo would have thought, against id lying prone, as a bird Ilea in its clean-cut- . vertical, rocky flight. Cayloi had remedied this de- that And yet, almost else could have what ficiency with a lltlln Kllver mirror, fuce. blazing yellow color? given It slightly concave. Here wed font to Wis Some day that was to ho learn the answer huduI-dcrcroasbrace which Ruppurled his to that question'. CHAPTEH I. tcr-jrfbd nreo-plnne, n, e tnn-talarc-wisfan-driv- very way to convey tho Imprcslon it having come tcoro recently from of tho he civilized, habltablo Ho carvorld than liia companions. ed a rifle slung by a strap over his boulder, evidently foreseeing no uso for It, and a flask. Caylty was too far aloft for their onversatlon to be audible to him, but le could htar that they wore talking, man nppeared to be riie leather-claJolng the most ot It. and, from the nflectlon of his voice, ho soenied to 'je spcaktng in English. Presently he noticed that the man had forged a llttlo ahead of his companions, or, rather like a flash, this Idea occurred to Cayley that the others were purposely a llttlo behind. And then, before that sinister Idea could formulate Itself into a definite suspicion, his eyes widened with amazement, and the cry ho would bavo uttered died In his throat; tor this man, who had ho innocently allowed thn others to fall behind him. suddenly staggered, clutched nt something It looked like a thin ivory dart that had transfixed his throat, tugged It out In a sudden flood of crimson, reeled a llttlo and then wont backwards over the glassy edge ot a ilrsure In the Ice, which lay Just to the left of tho path where ho had been walking. From the Instant when Cayley had noticed tho others dropping behind, to the last glimpse he had of tho bedy of the murdered man could hardly havo been flvo seconds. Tho Instant the murdered man dis appeared, another, who had not previously been with tho party. It scorned, appeared from behind a hummock ot co. There could be no doubt either hat he was the assassin, or that ho was the commander of tho llttlo group figures that remained. of skin-claThe ambush appeared to have been perfectly deliberate. Thero had been no outcry, not even a gesture of surd loath-or-clad tag-din- g d prise or remonstrance. Cayley looked at the assassin curiously. Ho was dressed exactly like the others, but seemed very much bigger: seemed to walk with less of of slouch, and had, even to Cayley's .Imltcd view ot him. an clr ot authority. Cayley was surprised at his not being armed with a bow, for he knew of no other way In n hlch a dart could jropclled with power have enough, even at close rango, to havo transfixed a man's throat. Tho assassin's only wenron, except for a quiverful ot extra darts, seemed to bo a t tfi short blunt stick, rudely whittled, perhaps ten Inches long. Obedient, apparently, to the order of the new arrival, tho party changed Its direction, leaving what was evipath to them, for dently a a seemingly more direct but rougher route. And they moved now with an appearance of haste. Presently they scrambled over a precipitous ledge ot Ice and. In a moment, were lost to well-know- Cayley's view. The world was suddenly empty again, as It no living foot had ever hovering trodden It; and Cayley, there, a Ultle above tbo level ot tho Ice, rubbed his eyes and wondered he bad Just witnessed wero real, or a trick tho mysterious arctic light had played upon his tired eyes. But there remained upon that vacant scene two material reminders of tho tragedy to which it had afforded a sotting. One was smudge of crimson on tbo snow; tho other, a little dlstanco off, Just this side of the Icy ridge over which the lust of the party had gone scrambling a moment before, ins tbo strange looking blunt stick which he had seen In the assassin's band. Cayley flew a little lower, bis wings almost skimming tho ice. Finally, reaching tho spot where the thing bad fallen, he alighted and picked It up. Whether Its possessor bad valued It, or not, whether or not be might be expected to return for it. Cayloy did not know, and did not much caro. Ho stood for some time turning the thing over In his hands, puzzling over It, trying to make out bow It could havo been used as the Instrument of propulsion to that deadly Ivory dart. There was a groove on one side ot It, with a small Ivory plug at tho end. Tho other end wus curiously shaped, misshapen, rather, for, though It was obviously the end ono ho'd, Cayley could not make It fit his bund, whatever position he held it In. Giving up the problem nt fast, to tuiked tbo stick Into his belt, slipped hU arm through tno strap in the frame-worof his aeroplane and for flight. He bad u llttlo difficulty gutting up, owing to tbo absence of a breeze nt this point. Finally ho was obliged to climb, with n good deal of labor, the icy rldgo up which he had watched tho llttlo party of murpro-paio- d whether the singular, silent tragedy Iiibtead of bending hack his bead, or trying to neo out through lilil eyebrows, ho simply cant u backward glanco Into this mirror whenever ho wanted to look mi ahead. It hud been a little porplcxlug at Unit, but ho rould sco better in it now than with bin unaided eyes. And now, u minute or two, perhaps, bJUt that fulmar Und gang squawking way, ha filaneed dotvn into his lulr-xuand his Olympian calm was cbsken with the shock Y Kurprise. For what lie saw, clearly reflected in his IHUu reducing glasM, waa land. j There roast. dark And was u mountain, Huts tliat must mid h long bo. a clifflike It was laud (list nevor had tetin marked on any diart. In absolute degrees of latitude he was not, from the arctic explorer view, vory fur north, Over on ftio other aide of tbo world they run excursion uteam-eevery summer neater to the polo than bo was at this tuoaiut. Spits x Hut tbo thing that caught his eye now, that made blm start and draw In a little Involuntary gasp ot wonder, was the Bight ot a llttlo clump ot black dots moving slowly, almost imperceptibly from this distance, across tho face of tbo glacier. Ho blinked bis eyes, as If ho suspected thorn of play, lug him false. Unless they had played him false, these tiny dots were men. All of tho party, but one man, were dressed exactly alike, lu hooded bearskin shirts and breeches, and boots ot wh t he guessed was walrus hide. They moved along with tho peculiar wary kIiuMo ot man accustomed, by long habit, to the footing and to tho heavy confining garb they wore. So far us he could ceo they were unarmed. The other man was strikingly different. He appeared to be clad much m Cayley was himself, In leather, rather than lu untanned hide. He Boomed slighter, urrlgbtlUr, and In derers scrambling. At tbo crest Uo cast a glance around, looking for them, but saw no signs of them. Then, getting a favorable slant of the wind. h mounted again Into the element lio now called his own. Philip Cayley Flvo years before would havo passed for a good example of that type of cloan lltnbed, likable young man which the clean-minde- flowering Into. Physically, It would have been hard to suggest an Improvement In him, be approached so near the Ideal standards. Ho was flue , grained, supple, slender, (borough bred from head to heel. Intellectually, he had beon good enough to go through tho academy at Wont Point with credit, and to graduate high enough In hla clais to be asslgni-to service In tho cavnlry. His standards ot conduct, his Ideas nt hon or und morality had been about he same as those ot the best third of his classmates. If his fellow officers In tho Philippines, during the year or two he spent In tho service, had been asked to pick n flaw In htm, which they would hare been reluctant to do. they would havn aald that he scomad and to them a bit too rather fastidious; that was what his chum and only Intimate friend. Perry Hunter, said about him nt any rate. Hut ho could afford to be fastidious, for he had about nil a man cou'd want, one would think. For three generations they had taken wealth for granted lu the Cayley family, and with It had come brooding, wcurlty of social position, simplicity and ease In making friends, both among men and women. In short, thero could be no doubt at all that up to his twenty-nint- h year Fate bad been Ironically kind to Philip Cayley. She had given him no hint, no preparation fur the stunning blow that was to fall uton him. suddenly, out of so clear n sky. When It did fall. It cut his life clean across; so that when ho thought back to that tlmo now. it seemed to him that the IJoutenant Cayley of the United States army had dlrd over thoro In thn Philippines, and that he, the man who was now soaring In those great circles through the arctic sky, was a chance Inheritor ot his nair.o and of his memory. Ho had set out ono day nt tho head of ;v small scouting party, the man In the regiment, secure In tho respect. In the almost fatherly regard, of his colonel, proudly conscious of the almost Idolatroim admiration of hU nun and the younger officers. Ho had gone out believing that no ono ever bad a truer friend than he possessed In Perry Hunter, his classmate at West Point, his fellow officer in tho regiment, the conlldant of ull his hopes and Ideals. Ho had como back, after a fortnight's absence, to find his name smeared with disgrace, himself Judged and condemned, unheard, In the opinion of the mess. And that was not tho worst of It. Tho same blow which had deprived him of the rtgard of the only people In the world who mattered to hlra, destroyed, also, root and branch, his affection for the ono man of whom be had tnado nn Intimate. Tho only feeling that It would bo for him to entertain for Perry Hunter again must bo contempt And If that was his feeling for the man he had trusted most and loved the most deeply, what must be It for the rest of humankind? What did It matter what they thought of him or what tbey did to him? All he wanted of human society was to escape from It. He fell to wondering, as he hung, suspended, over that rosy expanse of fleecy fos, whether, wero tbo thing to do over again, ho would act as he had acted Ave years ago; whether he would content himself with a single disdainful denial of the monstrous thing they charged him with; whether he would resign again, under Ore, and go away, leaving his tarnished name for the daws to peck at. Heretofore he had always answered that question with a fierce affirmative. Today It left him wondering. Had he stayed, had ho paid the, ptlce that would have been necessary to clear himself, he would never havo found his wings, so much was clear. He would never have spent those four years In the wilderness, working, experimenting, taking his life In bis hands, day after day, while he mastered the art that no man had over mastered before. himself this task because Ho had It was tho only ono ho knew that did not Involve contact with his fellow. IjoIiirb, Ho must have something that he could work at alouc. Work and solitude were two things that ho had fait an overmastering craving for. And the t'otslblllty he bad faced with a light heart every morning tho possibility of a sudden nnd violent dea'h before night, had boeu no ruoro to him tli on on agreeable spice to the day's work. It was not until ho had actually leurned to fly, bad literally shaken the dust of tho earth from his feet and taken to tho thy as his abode, that his wound bad healed. The threo moutbi that he had spent in this upper arctic air. a wing for 1G hours out of 24, had calmed him, put his nerves In tune agsln; given him for men and their affairs a quiet Indifference, In p'nra of the smarting contempt ho bad been hugging to bis breast before. Tbrro months ago, at tight of thoso llttlo human dots crossing the glacier, he would bavo wheeled aloft und gone sailing uway, Even a month ago he soaring have hung, would hardly small-Jointedbest-likepos-slbl- o hulf-pltylns best of our civilization scents to h He Heard Little SurprUed Cry. there, abovo tbo fog. waiting for it to S4itf Into a man und look nt mn In surprise, and nsk me. In Rngllitii, wbnt lift again tbo veil nf mystery which It had drawn across the tragic noeno in the world I nm doing hero f had tho yacht; and nk mo If Vm nul." he hnd Just witnessed. There wus n monont of silence aftThe month wan August, and the long arctic day had already begun to er that Unconsciously they drow n A fortknow Its diurnal twilight little nearer together. Then Cayloy Bpoke. night ago tho snn had dipped, for "I'm real, at any rste," be mild; "at least I'm n tax payer, and I tlrst time, below the horizon. Cy no there were four or live bourn, out nt weigh ICO pounds, nnd have n aaine Ciiy.er. If every 25, that would r for n'ght nnd address. Its Thi sun set while he hung thern In that will make mo sem raoro natural, the air, and ns It did so. with n miw nnd my headquarters this summer aro slant of the breeze the fcg rolled itself of it on Point Harrow." clond. up Into a great "I'm not dreaming, then?" shocBked leaving the earth, the Ice the sea undubiously. veiled below him. And there. In the "No." h said; "If either of us l open water of tho llttlo bay, tin saw a droamlng. It's not you. Mny I furl up nhlp, nnd on the shore a cluster of my wings nnd tall: to you for nwhllo?" rudo huts. Her eyes wero on tho hrond spread, It struck him. oven from the height shimmering planes whlrli lay on the st which he soared, that the khlp, tied Ice behind blm. She seemed bsrdly In the shelter of tho to nn tn havo heard his question, though crent headland, did not look like n she auswered It with nn almost voice-let- s wlmter, nor like the sort or craft "yes." Then thn npp'rnclird. which an arctic explorer would have half fearfully, tbo thing he called hH for his purposes It had mor selected "wings." the trim smartness of n yacht "It Is made of quite commonplace They were probably all asleep down materials." ho said with n smile ilicre, he reflected. It was nearly midsplit bamboo and carbon and catgut night and he saw no signs of life any- and a fabric of bladders, cemented F violet-coloreIce-fl- where. Ho would drop down for a nearer look. He descended, with a sudden hawklike pounce, which was one of his more recent achievements In the navigation of the air. checked himself "gain nt about the level of the mast. Vad. with n flashing, forward swoop, like a man diving In shallow water; then, with a sudden effort, brought himself up standing, his planei nearly vertical, and. with n backward spring, nllghtrd, clear of his wings, on the Icefloe Just opposite tho ship. As he did so. he heard n little surprised cry. half of fear, half of astonishment It was a girl's voice. st like it fishing rod." She did ns he naked, and her smlls convinced him that she had at Irast half guessed his purrosn In asking ths service of her. The next moment her words confirmed It "You wanted me to make sure. I suppose, that It would not turn Into a great roc when I touched It and fly away with me to the Valley of Diamonds." She putted the furlrd wing CHAPTER II. gently with both hands "I suppose." sho continued, "ono could dream as The Girl on the lea Floe. vividly aa this, althoi'gh I never have She stood there on the floe confrontunless, of cotirFe. this Is it dream, ing him, not ten feet away, and at now she held out hor hand Uut " .sight of her Philip Cayley's eyes to him, and I hope I am ar ake. And "but widened. "What In tho world l" he my name Is Jeanne Fielding" gasped. Then stared at her speechHe had the band lu hla, and noticed less. strong and warm It was, She was clad, down to the knees. In how live and name. At sealskin, and below Its edgo ho could before she pronounced ber nt hor curithn sound of It, ho glanced see the tops ot her small then was, ull he said boots. Upon her bead she woro a ously; but busied Mraself Imyou." little turbanlike cap of seal. The "Thank with nnd completing the process mediately Binnrtly tailored lines of the coat emwings, phasized her young slendernesa. Her of furling bis When ho had flnlshod. he trned tin bootmaker must have had a reputasheen-ski- n down tn a little hollow tn tion upon some metropolitan bouletho floe, and with a gostuni Invited vard, and her headgear camo clearly , under the category of what Is known her to bo noatrd. "Oh, I've a great pile of bear skins as modes. Her eyes wore vory blue and her hair was golden, wanned, he out here," the said, "qulto n ridiculous thought, as she stood thero lu the pllo ot them, considering It la not u cold night; nnd wo can mak ourorance twilight, with a glint of red. Cayley gasped again, as he took In selves comfortable here, or go aboard tho yacht. Juat'ss you please." tho details of this vision. Then colThey were seated sldo by stdo In lected himself. "I beg your rardon," ho stammered. "I don't mesn to be the little nest sho had made for herrudely Inquisitive, but what. In the self, beforo ho reverted to tbo Idea world, is a person like you do'ng In which had sprung up in h'o mind this rurt of It that Is. If you aro real upon hearing tier name, "Tnero wrt nt all? This la latitude 70, and no a 'Captain Fielding' once," ho said cartographer who ever lived has put blonly. "who set out from San Frnn that coast line yonder Into his maps. claco half a dozen years ago, In the Yet here, in this name'ess bay, I Dud hope of dlseovorlrg the polo by th a yncht, and on this Ico Uoo, In the way of Heurlng utralt Ills ship vvnt never aeon aualn. nor was any word twilight, you." rocclvcd from him. Finding you here She shook liar head a little Impatiently, nnd blinked hor eyes, as If to and hearing your n me, I wondered" "Yes," iho said gravtly, "lm was my clcnr them of a vision. "Of coursu," she said. "I know I've fallen asleep father. We got news of him last winund tbls Is a dream of mine, but even ter. If you could call It news, for It was four years old beforo It reached for a dream, aren't you a little unreasonable? Yachts are a natural us. A whaler In tbo arctlu fleet modo of conveyance across tho ootsn. picked up a floating bott'o with a from him telling wboru he was You find (hem In many bayB soaio-(Inu- s So wo havo come hero to II rd blm In nameless ones and they always havo people on them. Hut you at least to And where lin d'ed, for I you rome wheeling down, out of h supro80 Ihcro Is no hope never so night sky, like some great nocturnu) much as a grain ot hope of unytblno bird, and alight bore on the flue be- better." ,TO DB CONTINUED,) side' me. And then you change your- - rather an ungainly Job, Tbo birds still have the advantago of me there. In a strong wind It's not vrry easy to do without damaging something Would vou mind sllrplng that Joint for medial one right by your hmd? It's Just with fish glue. And folding It up Is Jst mct-sar.- j January 18, 1912 THE CITIZEN. Page Sertm. im m,lk Dest Way to Make Use ef By product, But Not Unless Dona In Right Way Makes Good Veal. jn mlves;much care is necessary in by Property lias MAKING BUTTER IN WINTER at nijrht Point nnd BEREA Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YGHNG PEOPLE Ql THE MOUN ThINS ' Whnt Rre Your Talents T 'hat ftre Your Rims? berca Has the Training That Is Best For YOD. USE OF SANITARY MILK PAIL Much Easier to Produce Pure Milk by Keeping Dirt Out Than to Clean It Afterwards. Only those farmers who either fall to profit Wy thu lesions taught In producing sanitary milk, or who liavo irovcr learned snch lesson, continue tu milk lti llio open rail. Into which falls fllth from tho rows flanks nml which allows tho milk to absorb all tho odjrs that surround It. Ily tho iue of sanitary milk pnlta llrt can he kept out of tho milk, and that la tho main thing. It I much easier to produce pure milk by keeping the dirt out of It than to nttempt to lake It out after It has onoo fallen In. Hot tho panllnry milk pall alone will uot glvo us clean milk. Tho cows nursl bo thoroughly brushed every aanllary Milk Pall In Two Parti the top removable with provltlon for fattening cheese-clotstrainer. The milking aperture not over six Inches In diameter. day, and their udders washed dried Jut beforo milking. ing must lw dono In absolutely clean stWs, or In tho open, preferably on a Brass alot, and tho milk removed to a cfoan houMs, where It can bo quickly and Tho milk coo'fd. Ono of tbeso things Is good chough must bo observed rf wo desire to produco an article hnt Is absolutely clean. hi IUi way, but all SELECTING THE DAIRY BULL Many Farmers Make Mistake In Try log to Ouy Cheap Scrub Rather Than Good Strong Animal. A great maoy farmers who buy a registered dairy bull make tho scri ouh mistake of trying to buy a cheap puri-brrscrub rather than n strong foundation animal on which to build the fnturo lint. Tho only thing they look for Ih tbn fact that the bull Is registered ana Is offered at n low price, nut II ver a man needs a cd flrst-rhiss nnlii.nl starting. Most men start out with the Idru that they enn buy such an animal for $S0 to $100. Hut If one was offend them for 200 that bad romo through a long, careful lino of wlso breeding they would refuse to consider It. Hlght hero Is whero they mako their mistake. When men start to look for n bull prlro la tho last thing to think of. So mnny farmers look at this Important subject wrong md foremost. Let them really Inves- tlgato tho breeding policies of differ ent wen ami they will reo what a scrl' nun difference thero la In tho money value of ono animal over another, Don't let a few ilollurn corao between jtJii and prosperity. FEEDING RACK MADE It Is when ho Is LIGHT Handy for Use In Enclosures, as It Can Easily Be Moved From Place to Place. Tho rack shown In tho Illustration s Is handy for feeding animals In n re, as It can easily bo moved en-eta- Light Feeding-Rack- . from ono plaoo to nnothcr. It could bo strongly constnicted and of any Mro desired. Tho rack anil framo aro inado separately and when Inverted, tho rack can bo used as a chicken-coop- , find tho stand for a number of purposes, Mich us holding tubs, boxes, and other receptacles. A convenient alio Is about four feet long by two and a half feet deep and tho samo width. Tho handle rhould extend at least two feet beyond tho end of tho rack. Dairying Appeals to Pride. No other department of funning nppealH moro strongly to tho prldo of tho fanner tbau dairying. Dairying, llko sheep raising, can only bo pushed to IUi highest success by men who Hive tbo business and who aro willing to sacrifice at tho start somo of the profit In order to build for tho fu- ture, Care of Dry Cows. Is poor policy to turn cows out to rotifli It ns soon as they aro turned Jry, for u month or two In winter or early spring. This Is the lime they demund u good and regular ration. A cow Is not galug to do ber best at tho rati when calving tlnio finds ber run down In condition. It Separating Milk. Tbo best tlnio to ccparato milk la IraincdmloV after It Is drawn from cold. tho cow, beforo It cts About the roost satisfactory way to Great Trouble la Experienced Not Having Temperature ufo ivklmmcd milk Is to feed It to Hecuunc Crcnm Hon Not In calves, but not unless It li dono Some People Claim nipened" Uio right way. Hour, cold milk In Food Much to Do With It. dirty palls will not mako profitable growth and Is out of tho question for veal calves. Skimmed milk will mako first class venl and tbo calves will grow nearly as fast, make as honvj weight nnd sell for tho samo price per pound na If fed on wbolo milk. Hut tho milk mutt bo fresh from tho separator, and palls must bo washed every day. The calf must be fed regularly and threo times per day Is better than twlco pet, day, ns a calf's stomach Is small, much smaller In proportion to his elio than that of a cow. ICven the veal calf should bo encouraged to tako all tho grain that ho will. Cheap flour added to tho milk In qnlto Important In making growth. Tho calf will consumo mere skimmed milk than ho would of tho wholo milk, but tho extra cost Is cot very Important, since skimmed milk Is not reckoned very high In tbe marDaisy Grace DeKol. ket. Raising voal calves by skimmed Cdy A. OALLtOHKIt, Ohio.) requires somo caro and IntelliNow, for our method of caring for milk gence. One feed of milk in the wrong A gieat many people have troublo tho milk: Tbo cows are milked regucondition will check tho calf's growth with their cream and butter during larly morning and night, always beand mako the buyer And fault or tbo winter months; others have moro ing fed before the milking is begun to pay the wbolo milk calf prlco. or less troublo all tho time. Tho stripping, or part of each Why? Simply because thero Is milking, is kept eejisrato and strained liaising calves for growth Is another matter requiring somewhat less something wrong with their method of Into the cream Jar. Jars arc use-scrupulous care. Most of tho trouble caring for the cream or churning but- and whenever ono Is full tho next usually comes from feeding them In ter. Sometimes the butter will not churning Is started. old dirty palls with stalo soured milk "corao" with a reasonable amount of That Is, all fresh cream Is put Into la Iho corners full of germs which churning. Ono complains of whlto the other Jar. Aboout tho time tbo produce scours nnd Intestinal trou-b'e- specks In tho butter; another says secoud jar Is full, tho first is ready to lltu they will grow well on tho butter has n peculiar bitter taste, bo churned; sometimes a little before. If it is too slow about ripening, n tiklmmed milk fed with reasonable and so It goes. Somo of the people use cream scpa-- I little buttermilk Is stirred In. In the care. At tbo Wisconsin station It was concluded that to raise n calf on wholo rators, whllo others do not. However, winter It usually requires about 21 milk Is four times as expensive ns it Is sufo to say that In cither caso hours for the cream to ripen nfter tbe to raise It on skimmed milk, although the crcum Is not In tho proper condi- jar Is full. The cream la stirred frequently. tho wholo milk calves will grow a n tion to be churned. Klthcr th temperature la at fault This helps tho ripening process. Fresh faster, but It costs very much moro per pound to get tho, growth. Tho or else tt.3 'jream has not been prop- - milk ndded to tbo cream also helps. Tho sooner tho cream Is churned skimmed milk cnlvcs consumo about erly "r.; i.i.d" probably both com-- , twlco as much grain c3 tho others, but blned. Some pcop'.u contend that the after It Is thick, the better, for If It two pounds of grain would tako tho I food which n. cow consumes has more sits too long It will get too sour. Thin placo of ono pour-- l of butler fat In to do with the conditions of the cream is Eomctimcs tho causo of tho specks tho whole milk. Of course, a dairy- than tho way In which it is ripened and also the peculiar flavor found In man cannot afford to feed cream to and churned. butter. However thlb may be, there Is no Scalding the cream will also cause his calves wheu grain will answer , denying the fact that n well-fedtrouble, sometimes. However It should tho purpose. cow will glvo richer milk bo kept abovo freezing always. Wo and moro of It than one that Is half keep our cream Jars near the kitchen INCREASE RICHNESS OF MILK starved and otherwise neglected. range whea the weather la very cold. A wonderful Holsteln, Daisy Graco The word abused might be substiIt Will Pay Farmers to Feed Hla tuted for neglected. There should bo DeKol, of Maplccrest farm at KalaCows So That They Are In u law passed to punish thoughtless mazoo, Mich., Is shown In tbo illusGood, Healthy Condition. people who drive their cows with dogs. tration. This cow has produced moro Wo never hnvo any trouble wl'.h butter In seven days than any other An Increase In tho richness of a our cream or butter ut any ttenson of cow of her age, the official record becow'st feed docs not mako tho milk the year. ing 32.C0 pounds. In 90 days she proricher. If It wero possible to chango We aro not In the dairy business duced 352.87 pounds. It costs no more tho teat of milk by feeding tho cowa. and therefore have never tried any to feed a cow of this character than a wo would then bo ablo to mako all Improved methods oo essential to sue--e- scrub. tbe cows giving thin milk produce whea tho business Is conducted jpon a large scale. One of cur cows is a family pet. She Is very old nnd not so very profitable, but she gets tho samo caro (hat tho others do. Wo have all tho milk, cream and butter that wo can uso tho year Illustration Shows One That Is jrmnd and somo butter to sell qulto Cheap and Easily Mudo Vounil Useful oa alittle more In proportion to tho nura-l-- r Any Fiirm. of cows kept than most of our neighbors. Last winter we milked two cowa all lUro is a cheap nnd easily mado Fine Type of Heavy Milker. winter nnd kept an account of the outfit that will save much time In cream or chango a Holstcln Into a, butter we sold. stacking hay. Anyone handy with During tho coldest part of tho win- tools can build it. sa'3 a writer In Jersey In so fur ns tho richness of the milk Is concerncs!. Increasing tho ter, from December 20 to January JO, tho Farm and Home. Tho sills, a. aro feed of a dairy cow has a tendency to wo churned and sold CG pound9 and 10 12 feet long, built of plank, 11 tncreaso tho pounds of milk sbo will ounces. Inches wide. Tho mast, p, Is a straight Of this amount 24 pounds was polo 23 fect long and 7 Inches In digive but tho milk Is of tho richness characteristic to that cow. Kxh.t1-ment- tho product of ten days' mill:, minus ameter at tho top. Tho braces, b, aro have shown that tho natural that which wo kept for tabic use. This, 1S', feet long by 4 Inches square all richness of a cow's milk Is inherited, we think, Is a pretty good showing around. or is an individual peculiarity tho I for two cows such as ours; for, being Tho polo, d, is 13 feet long by 4 same as tho color of hor hair and . ordinary fanner folk, wo keep ordl-- I Inches in diameter, and thla needs to nary cows; but they nro well cared to of oak, ash, yellow plno or some feeding docs not chango It. Theso statements apply to cows under nor for and In consequence they glvo good wood that will not easily break. Tho mal condition of health and reason- - returns. During tho fall and winter months ablo treatment. A fair test of tbo milk given by a herd of cows may they are kept In tho stablo every vary from 3.5 to 4.0 per cent fat. This, night; in the summer they bato an of course, will chango nccordlng to open shed for shelter. tho icrIod of lactation of tho cows, They always have pasture. In seatho milk of fresh cowa Is not usually son and n little ground grain twlco a so rich as that of ctrippers. It will day. When pasturo begins to get pay anyone to feed his cows so that scarco late In the summer, wo feed they aro in good, healthy condition and green fodder or somo other green produco tho maximum amount of milk roughago to tako its place. which their natural capacity as dalr7 lu the winter they havo plenty of animals will permit them to glvo. good hay and fodder besides grain three times n day; about two quarts of feed for each cow. s Corn nnd oat chop or equal parts com mean bruu with a little oil meal added Is tho usual grain ration In tbe winter. Two quarts of ground grain One bit of impurity In tho pail may added to about two gallons of cut clover makes a satisfying meal for a spoil n wholo dairy's milking. Derrick for Building a Stack. Sunlight and puro air aro absolute cow. Tho clover is always scalded beforo tho grain is added. ly necessary In tho dairy barn. braco, c, Is 7 fcot long by 4 inches, Dairy farming m ono or tho most Wo add a little salt and then mix a la 10 18 feet by 4 Inches, permanent systems of agrlculturo. thoroughly. Wooden candy buckets by 4 Inchon. The cross-sills- ,and f, feet aro no are used. Thcso buckets nro largo Just becauso a cow is dry is 10 feet long and 3x12 Inches. sign that sho doca uot need any feed. and lust qulto a while. Slopo both ends of the sills, a, so of tho dairy In Tho Sometimes apples, rutabagas or thoy will tlldo easily. Tut Iron crease tho earning capacity of tho pumpkins (without tho seed) nro baud on each end of tho mast an keep to farm. given Instead of tho scalded clover, It from slipping. lncb. Mako n Tbo constant demand for good but tl,o clover, wo find, gives very hole In tho bottom of tbo mast and dairy stock makes It a bad policy to satisfactory results. drlvo an Iron pin Into It which will sell tho good heifers. Iu cither caso tho amount of ground project nnd fit Into a hole in tho midTho successful dairyman endeavors grain lu tho buiio. Wholo grain not fill!. to ralso all tbo feed needed for his being sultablu feed for milch cows, wo dle mast Tho arm, b, U fastened to tbo to an Iron socket, z, which cows on his own farm. havo tried crushed corn, but our cows Is bolted to tho arm. The lower end Success lies not tn the number of do not glvo na much milk when It is (Its Into should work cows that a man keeps, but rather being fed, probably on accouut of tbo smoothly, tho mnst and so that It bo turned eastho kind of cows ho keeps. cob. ily. This attachment should bo mado Tho per cent of butter fat In n Uran nnd cornmeul, equal parts, 5 feet from ono end nnd 13 from tho Is not a suro Index to ber with a half pint of cow's milk added, other. capacity as u butter-makegives excellent results. Fuston n pulley to each end of tho The profit of a cow depends upon Our cows, llko all tho rest of the nnd base of tho amount that sho yields above tho live stoew, havo plenty of good water arm sill. smother ono to tho aro fastho Tho arms o and o actual cost of feed and care. tened to tho uiaM' and are put through Shrinking cowa can hardly be to drink. In very cold weather wo tako tho tho toggle, x, which turns euslly upbrougnt up again this season. Do chill oft the water, for when tbe on it. It requires 70 feet of your best to mako them bold up. separator should bo placed water Is very cold or partly frozen ropo to work this outfit. If you wish Tbo moving wbero the light Is good. Working la cows will not drink us much as tbey to make two stacks without a dark placo Is always a dlsadvaa require, and cowa need a great deal of tho outfit, merely shift tho pulley on water, the sill to the opposite end. tage. fl I lat To s. I Are you oat far advanced t Then ontor the FOUNDATION 6CHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Her vui be placed with others like yourself, under special teacher, and snoit rapid procrcss. You will master Arithmetic and the common branches and be ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, fare and household management, and free One year In the cUUon School costs less than 190 nd Is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join tbe NORMAL 6CHOOL, John Wirt Olnsmore, Dean. Hero yen will t v trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught how U ttach. The demand for Ccrea trained teachers far axceds tho supply. " Are you Interested la earning aoneyt ' THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Mile E. Marsh, Osan. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Eta Here you soon doubto your earning power, and loarn ,to amloy things in a superior manner. Are you desiring the next best thins; to a Collage Courser Thea two years or three years In the GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis C Matheny, Dean. years, or three yeexs. In such practical studies as will fit ou for an ablo and useful lif. You select your studies from such as these: PhyasV ology tho science of health; Civics the science of government; Orsnintny ; tbe art of correct speech and Ethlesr tho science of rich and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general lntelffK hotany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady: Phyalaa the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc Do you wish to prepare to enter College Start In the CEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis (L Mathamjv Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Scleuce and HlatoryVTh Academy has Its own and Men'a Dormitory, 'and a largo bcxty of students of high character and ability, able Instructors, and us esT CcaV text-book- ruu Book-Bindin- letter-writing- class-room- s ' ke Library and apparatus. ' , lit-ti- Berea College The College ttrclf stands apart, from all the other schools under Ma t and has long maintained tho highest standards known In theSomJsw 1o conform to tho Carnegie standards wo have diminished our former Required and elective studies with opportunity to eoncetntrat tn particular lines. Largest college library tn Kentucky. Laboratories equipped for student practice. Courses leadlns to tho degrees ot A. D. Bl E, B. L, and B. Fed. MU8IC (Singing Free). Reed Organ. Voice Culture, Pltno, Thotxry, Band, may bo taken for special foea In connection with work In any at Cat abova schools. msra-acum- en well-caredf- Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Students. Barca College, with tta affllraMf schools, Is not a institution. It requires certain fees. best It expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of Its at dents, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for studoefca to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protec tho character and reputation ot the young people. Our students corns froos. the best lanilllca and are earnest to do well and Improve For.any wh isajr be tick the College provides doctor and nurao without extra charge. All except those with parents In Berea llvo in College bulldlnjt, anaV assist In work ot boarding ball, farm and shops, receiving Talnobls tracing, and getting pay according to tbe valuo of tholr labor. Except In wfcs-tc- r It la expected that all will have a chanco to cam a part of their sa penses. Write to the Secretary before coming to so euro employmenL PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, with different people. Berca favors plain clothing. Our cllraato la tho best, but aa students must attend classes regardless ot the weather, warm Wrnpsv and underclothing, umbrellan and overshoes aro necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas acfi other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really txslow cost. Tbo College asks no hluh stxdants llvo, charging only enough nwx for tho Ceo buildings in rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding anC towels. For tablo board, without coffee or extras, J1.S5 a week. In the talL and $ .CO In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES aro two. First a "Dollar Dcpoilt," as guarantee ot room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but onco, and la return.! when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help ou expenses for care ot school bullA-ing- s, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teacherB all cur instruction is a freo gift). Tho Incidental Fee for most studur.ts is tS.CO a term, $2.00 In Academy and Normal, and 17.00 In CoJls-gla- to courses. PAYMENT MUST DE IN ADVANCE, Incidental feu and room rent toy the term, board by tho half torm. Installments are as follows: Vocational Academy and Foundation and Normal. School. FALL TERM CoDsff. money-making ss HAYSTACKER IS HANDY IMPLEMENT trtt rat, 1 res-retur-n Incidental Fee I Room Board. 7 weeks COO E.C0 9.45 6.00 7.00 9.45 122.45 .9.4S 131.90 31.40 J TJ t.- - , ... J 2 0.0.1 Amount due Sept. 13. 1911 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911....... 9M 93XU- - M Total for term If paid In advance $29.50 Daipv Note-- '$29.00 $ 5.00 92S.t H2.4 9 WINTER TERM Incidental Fee Room xrd, 6 I S.OO woeks 0.00 .00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $:8.C0 $ S.OO 7.20 9.00 122.20 0.00 $31.20 $30.70 TJ UJB IJf .& Amount duo Jan. S. 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Fob. 14. 1912 XJJ Total tor term If paid In advance SPRING' TERM 931J 9T ISJ Incidental Fee Room Board, 6 I .00 COO 4.00 weeks C.75 6.71 Bf .7 .79 Amount due March 27. 1912 Beard 5 weeks, due May L 1512 $15.75 4.75 $17.7J 8.75 $24.60 $24.00 lt.T frCJWa 2ftJCt! Total for terra... If paid In advance f 22.50 $22.00 Plan Now, Come January 3d young man or young woman can get an educatlam af. Any Berea It thero Is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to start lu the Vail ami havo a full year ot tlnuoua study. Many young people waste ttmo tu Iho public schools over and over tho sama things, when they might bo Improving ins faster by coming to llorcu and starting in on now studies with roue ot tb best yuuEK men and women from other counties ami Slates. Make your plans to coino January 3d. For Information or friendly ndvke wrllo tc tho Kecretary. able-bodiem-I- rn oil-me- one-tuc- li O. WALTER MORTON, berea, ky; 1 Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. an Illness of only four days. leaves a husband and four children, Uio youngest being a ono month old. Born to Mr, Mrs, John Stamper, a fine boy. Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Jr., Is Blck at this writing. January iH, 1912. Sho cemclcry on tho 11th. Tho funeral blessings and I ask pardon for leavsmall was conducted by tho Revs. Howard ing out tho many wrong things that baby Hudson and R. L, Ambrose. Enlo I havo dono In life. It would tnko and Taylor who was stabbed tho 24th a great deal of tlmo to recount them, The of Doc. nnd oimratcd on by Dr. Cow- nnd besides I would not want to Rice, ley Is almost recovered. M. J. Car- tnako them public. I havo boon n subscriber to Tho rier has moved from this place to tittti la fU Ij tt wilter. lie not II corifirodecrt pklliktl tho Col lego farm, known as the Lu- Citizen ever since tho first issue. LAUREL COUNTY rtHttt tt tooJ fiU. WrlU rUlaly. Your kind old friend, It Mt tor ibllctlo, bit cas farm. Tho Rev. Thos. Faubush VIVA (Signed) M. D. Setttc. Is visiting relatives In this neighborViva, Jan. 14. Wo aro having somo hood. Luclnda Hays and mother aro Skyman," first install- hero. Dr. Roblnscn of Ucrca passed of tho coldest weather that wo havo Read "The visiting relatives In Indiana. WilCo. 11. Cth Infantry, had for years. Mr. Geo. Wolfo was liam Jones, who had his leg ampument this week. through lloono ono day last week. Cnmp Kelthley, Mlndano, P. I. thought seriously hurt by a slato fall tated by Dr. Cowley about four Mr. Carl Martin Is out again after Nov. 20, 1911. quite an Illness. Mr. and Mrs. B. U. in tho mines the 11th, but he Is slow- months ago, Is well and Intending to Tho Citizen: JACKSON COUNTY Chastccn wcro guests of Mr. and Mrs. ly Improving, his father and mother move to Knox Co., In a few days. Hvan. I am sending this letter to Tho Hugh, Jan. 15. The holidays passed Calvin Chastccn, Sunday Tho Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Davo Wolfo of LivingsEvery Krson that can read ought Citizen because I know It Is tho Wo Pholps of Copper Creek attended ton wero called at once to boo him. to subscribe for tho Citizen without only paper off quietly In this neighborhood In tho country that will Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gentry havo rehavo been having somo awfully church at Falrvlcw, Sunday. any solicitation, for It Is a valuable reach practically all of my friends two weeks. Sam Lambert of Snider Is very sick turned home from Pino Hill with paper. bad weather for the last In the mountains of Kentucky, and Wo have the heaviest snow wo havo at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. John their sick child, who is Improving. bear my message to them which o DEATH OF WILLIANHALEY had for sovoral winters. Tho peo-pl- Huff recently moved to near Snider. Mrs. Armlnla Mooro of Tyner Is may be entitled an autobiography of very busy, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Huff recently visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. Jones of this vicinity are my Ufa or a "snapold land marks has three months of Another of tho somo are working for the Stave Co., moved to property of W. 11. Lambert of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Phil MilHugh, shot of tho modern soldier's life.' Haley of and tho remainder getting wood and near Boono. Mr. Davo Martin mado a ler of Plncvllle aro visiting relatives gone. Mr. William I Joined tho army at Columbus, ()., on making fires and feeding R. I. Hale business trip to Richmond last week. of this place. Bill Dczaru, who got Jackson County, Kentucky, passed homo of his Aug. 9. 1911. Whllo at this station Mrs. J. Wren was In Boone last his knee thrown out of place a few to his reward at tho made a business trip to McKee, Frithe new recruits were drilled two n week Miss Anna Huff was the guest weeks ago. Is out again. Elmer and son, Jacob Haley, Jan. 10th, aged day, returning homo, Sunday. hours every morning, and given 91 years, 6 months and 10 days. His trip home, of Talltha Coylo on Sunday. Lula Nowman are attending school Todd made a flying an hour's work after moss. 13 In tho baby remains wcro laid to rest MOOKAXD at East Bcmstadt. Pete Powell's Sunday. Wo had tho remainder of tho tlrti'j wrltlng.-Gco- rge burying ground at Pilot Knob. Ho Goochland, Jan. 12. James Luns-for- d quite sick at this at our own disposal, which was usESTILL COUNTY was an active member of tho Pilot failed to fill his appointment Dengo is convalescent- - Luther Campmany years ually spent at tho ball park. WAUKR8V1LLK Knob Baptist Church for at Sycamore, Saturday and Sunday. bell and Tilman Todd went to Sept. 23rd wo wero ordered to the Wagersvllle, Jan. 15. We are hav- and a constant attendant until fallJack Jones has sold his farm at last Monday to serve as witnesslong trip be- Dean Goochland and gone to Dreyfus, Madl-o- n ing some zero weather at present. ing health forced him to remain at Phllllplno Islands. The es In tho caso between Gordle i gan by rail, by way of Chicago to boys County, to make his future home. Tho snow continues to fall. Misses home. and tho Hussel Stave I witnessed many San Francisco. sledding Mary E. Jones haa gone to Berea Nina and Sailie Arvine and Mr. Robt Ho loved his church and Bible aro having a fine time work to attend school this winter. Shel-to- n Christopher were visiting friends, sought to exem- novel sights along the way but waa all things and staves, the snow makes the by tho beautiful most Impressed school Is goBrockman of Gravel Lick was In here, tho latter part of last week. plify In his own life tho teachings of scenery almost like play.-- Our of the Rockies, my memory Is having Goochland, Saturday night. Homer Mr. and Mrs. Horace Warford are the Book. ing on again. Mr. Dean going back to our own Kentucky Until fifteen years ago he lived quite a tussel with his sick folks Ihllllps and wife were visiting In tho proud parents of a girl, born the Stella Sparks of th. Named Maud E. Joe Wagers at Bobtown, but when his wlfo died mountains. Cth we shlpicd the deep snow to Climax, Sunday. and school and for the On Oct. Eglon was calling on friends and rela- visited his sister, Mrs. Simp War-forho camo to Uvo with his son, Jacob, Phllllpiues on tho transport, Sherwade. at Drip Rock, from Friday un- and has been with him ever since. man, thirteen hundred soliders with tives in Goochland last week. Wm. TIN KB Mrs. Armlnla Hampton Is working for Bill Jones, til thru Sunday. Sunday School at Ho Is survived by two sons and one their officers besides the crew and Tyner, Jan. 14. Mrs. this winter. F. Cocks of this place this place Is progressing nicely. 1). daughter. I Moore la visiting her daughter, a few passengers. It took us thirty Harry was in Berea, Saturday. Dr. J. M. C. Wagers Ik on tho sick list J. M. Tho services wcro conducted by the .1 . Viva-I ... .. t. . ,u.. T. Mattie Jones, at ill with stomach Edwards was tho guest of Jeff Wag Hudson at tho Pilot Rev. Howard Moore Is wearing a smile that won't Jones still continues sea, however, was exceptionally quiet Witt nnd wlfo were ers, Friday night of last week. Miss Knob church house. pome off over tho arrival of a girl mmble.-Jo- hn not even a small squall coming up visiting friends last ' ilosa Arvlno was the pleasant guest baby In his home. Her namo Is Anges. In Goochland to causo excitement. of Goochland is of Misses Ella and Maude Park, SunTO THE EDITOR LETTERS Born to tho wife of George Helton week. Effle Martin Wo touched at Honolulu, H. I., for attending school at Berea this win- day. a girl baby, on tho first. Everett Editorial Note: Wo aro In receipt u few days, which was a relief Tor ter. Several others aro planning to Jones is attending school at Annvllle, CLAY COUNTY of tho following letter from ono cf tho "chow" on board was exceed soon. Is this winter. Harry Moore had to sit ttart tho most respected cltlzcno of Big ingly slim and stale. Honolulu II I (i CIIKKK JOHN ETTA up with a young calf, one night this Big Creek, Jan. 6. The store and Hill, Madison County, as well as a surrounded by a rich and fertllo agri Johnetta, Jan. 8. Uncle Walk Mul to week, to keep It from freezing standing to The cultural district. Great rico and su11ns of Livingston, while visiting rela- - barn of John Walker along with a subscriber of long yo death. - ' church burned, Jan. 4th. Tho barn PIH.An tvMMi n?a nrn plrill tn nilhllflh gar cane plantations meet tho tlves In this part was suddenly tacocoa-nut- s, EGYrr It Is an account of a life crowded on ovcry band. ken 111 and died In a few hours. His contained S00 bushols of corn, bananas, oranges, lemons and Egypt, Jan. 8. We are having lots were laid to rest In the Ab- - thing was saved from either build-ne- y 'full of activities and ono of moro In grout of cold weather and now havo tho graveyard. Elijah Sexton Is very Ing. excepting a wagon and two bug- - than ordinary usefulness. Wo trust- alt tropical fruits aro found heaviest snow of tho winter. Lloyd sick at this writing. Dr. Bill Jones gics, Nick Hudson of Clay Is re- - that the friends of Mr. M. D. Set- abundance. Tho rest of tho voyage was very Begley, of Egypt, who was accident- Is the attending physician. Born to pleasant. On tho 31st, wo arrived at ally shot some time ago Is ImprovMr. and Mrs. Chas. Mailecoat, a fine McKlnlcy, Manila Bay, from thence ing and Is able to sit up a little. boy. His namo is Lester. Bill Mcto our final destination, Mindanao. There was no meeting at Liberty, Coy who went away to Pennsylvania SUCCESS I am vory well pleased with our Sunday, on account of the big snow. to spend the holidays has returned post here. Our company Is ono of the We havo a new supply of song books to Johnetta. George Drew who has has achieved success who his lived well, laughed often "He best, containing several other Kenat the Liberty church. Everybody Is y been sick for some tlmo Is able to and loved much; who has gained the respect of intelligent men and aid the singing. Geo. Horns-b- be out again. Wallace urged to tucky fellows, who, of courte, are my the love of little children; whohas filled his niche, has accomplishLowter of licst friends, besides boys from Ohio Is teaching a singing school for Clear Creek made a business trip to ed his task; who has left the world better than he found it, whethand other neighboring states. ten days at Mt, Olive. Leonard Ra-U- Johnetta last Saturday. Miss Icy Van er by an improved poppy, a perfect poem or a rescued soul; who Tho army is not a bad place at and Walter Creech havo gone to who has been sick so long Is slowly has never lacked appreciation of earth's beauty, or tailed to express Richmond to attend school this win- Improving. jail, plenty to eat and a good place and given the best it; who has always looked for the best in others Mrs. Jean Taylor and ter. J. C. Cloyd, our Commonwealth sister of Round Stone spent a few to Bleep, with everything dono syste- -' he had; whose life is an inspiration, whose memory a benediction." through here, Sun- days Attorney, passed matically. Also wo havo to keep all at J. W. Lear' last week. day evening, on his way to McKee effects ond our- -' of our personal to attend court. Several of this place selves In shining condition. OWSLEY COUNTY "Ideals, whispers a modern Socrates, are like stars: you will I havo a mother and four sisters are attending court at McKee. Grandnot succeed in touching them with your hands, but, like the seafarIlICKTOWJf In tho mountains of Kentucky. Jt ma Smith of Eygpt visited her ing man on the desert of waters, you choose them as your guides, RIcetown, Jan. 13. We have had Is my one hou and desire that 1 daughter, Mrs. W. G. Amyx, Tuesday. a snow nino Inches deep here, Sun and, following them, you reach your destiny." may be able to see them again; am Miss Laura and Dora Amyx visit- - day, Jan 7th, and zero weather Sun- Finding theso few words from a far ed their sister, Mrs. Amanda Farmer uay night. Friday night, Jan. 12th, "To make the most of dull hours; to make the best of dull peoaway land In hopes that they, with lats wcok. Mr. and Mrs. A. Moore, tho thermometer registered seven ple; to like a poor jest better than none; to wear the threadbare my other friends, may hear from mo who havo been teaching school, ra- - i below zero. I'lcaa Evans of Berea coat like a gentleman; to be outvoted with a smile; to hitch your thru tho pages of The Citizen. turned to their home near Maulden. !was hero Thursday. Ho went to wagon to the old horse, if no star is handy that is wholesome With best regards to all U. S. and John H. Ward, who has sold his Canoo to buy Bomo cattle. Dr. philosophy." especially to dear old "Kalnluck" J to Mr. Estridge, Is preparing Anderson waa here last Sunday to farm am. to move soon. W. R. Amyx, who has see Pearl Gabbard who was sick. Phalres F. Uegley. been off buying fur, has returned Miss Pearl Gabbard has had a very Shepherd, tho lit- soro mouth home. Eunice and sore throat. and wounded H. tie everywhere will read It. ported to havo shot FROM NEW YORK tle granddaughter of W. T. Isaacs, Wo did not havo any mall from Sat- - 1,arkhurot 0l Owsloy and Jas. Biggs Big Hill, Ky., Jan. 9, 1912. has been very sick. Rev. Pearl Hack- urday until Thursday on account of To Tho Citizen, my old Kentucky havo shot and killed Charlss Editor of Tho Citizen. to Homo far away and tho "Bluo grass er and Joo Ward held a week's meet- bo much Ico. W. B. Gabbard has Combs near Buffalo In Clay Co. Mr. Berea, Ky. d beon under tho weather for over a State," from u citizen not of old ing at Mt. Gllead. Three persons Will Morgan of Leslie Co., who acci- Dear Sir: week. School Is progressing nicely Kentucky but of Eastiiort, way down Christ. Tills is my 70th birthday, and bedentally shot himself, died a few days York at tho college on Cow Crock. Misses ago. Death resulted from tho am ing naturally Inclined to review the on tho Eastern end of Now CLOVKH BOTTOM Alnieda Hettio Frost and Georgia E. Behy- - putation of hlB leg. Van Button of past I havo thought it not a bad State, Suffolk County, Greeting: My Clover Bottom, Jan. 15. family and I enjoy your weekly vis-It- s Idea to Jot down a few of the sigVanWlnklo Is very sick, her recovery nier wero on Cow Creek. Saturday of wccK.-ua- zoi very much. 1 have thought many oauuaru is go ng Bud- - " nificant things In my llfo and ask appearing very doubtful.-De- ath Qf 10 bcuuoi at (jow ureeK. times that I would Introduce myself namo n- - .. denly overtook Mrs. Jano Isaacs on ..... Bird rlv- - you to publish tho story. havo been . i e to you but havo failed to do bo. But I was born and raised In Laurel the 13th. Sho is survived by her husor and most of the people havo got Co., Kentucky, and lived there un- I was prompted by your visit of the and several children. Her re- with relatives. Charles Sanders of out with lotn of timber. B. P. Bowband mains will bo laid to rest In tho Boonovllle was here Friday on offi- ling, son of Alfred Bowling and Lo- til I moved to Big Hill, whero I 29th, seeing tho pictures of tho noble Cornett gravo yard. On account of cial business. Joseph Beker's two gan Hosklns who bad reenllstod in now llvo, twenty years ago. I serv- staff of officers of Berea College, Pres. Frost and tho genlul tho deep snow and extreme cold, the girls, Allco and Florence, aro in tho army havo como home. O. 11. ed In tho Civil War of lid and was rabbits aro destroying many young school at Berea. Nancy A. Mcintosh Marcum who has been attending Medi- honorably discharged. I was married faco of Howard Tuylor, Esq., with hen-saya. In 18C3 and havo run a farm and whom I am more familiar by fruit trees In this vicinity. The left, Jan. 1st, to enter school at Thcro is some talk of a rail- cal College at Louisville camo homo black-smit- h shop slnco that tlmo. 1 Tho pennants of Alpha Zeta and In Squire S .A. Euglo's court, suit on a visit through Christmas. Mr. between J. Lovctt and J. W. Hun- road being extended from tho L. & Taylor Hensley of Hector was married havo had a saw and grist mill for 40 Utllo Dulco and others stretched out 13. line on the Middle Fork river to years and havo run a general Btoro on tho walls of our buy window alter resulted In a verdict for tho Idamay. It Is said it will como by to LIUlo Chestnut of Sextons Creek. for 30 years. I havo built a number so Inspire mo. The caso of C. L. Cain vs. S. B. Marcum mado a business trip I am really pleased that I was forgood stono chimneys, worked ttt Arthur Carpenter tried, Saturday, In way of Cow Creek. to Manchester. Mrs. F. A. Bird of of carpenters TltAVKLKilH IlKhT. Squlro Englf8 court resulted in a vertrade somewhat and tunate enougli to huvo become famitho Travelers Rest, Jan. 11. Messrs. J. this placo U very III at this writing. taught two froo schools. liar with you and tho working of dict for tho defendant Grover Drew's Sam Mitchell had his foot hurt B. Scott and W. C. Hamilton of VinBcn-Collego through tho nttundanco school closed a few day-- ago. Flvo Whon I was about 21 years of age days ago. School of LIUlu and Tracy Tuthlll, my nleco pupils had not missed a day during cent called on tho merchants at this very badly a few duropened Jan. I began to read medical books my boh, Vernon D. the term. Joseph Hampton of Gooch-lun- d placo, Wednesday, selling them a at Bethany Academy ing my leisure hours, and I have kept nnd nephew, and 2, 1912, with nearly 100 students laigo shipment of flour. Wm. Gablodge of I. 0. O. F. visited Sand It up until tho present tlmo, taking Tuttle. with tho following teachers: Very Truly, Gap lodgo of the same order last Sat- bard and a gentleman from tho Bluo constantly tho best medical Journals, Grass havo been In this vicinity buy T. L. Button, D. B. Hacker and Mrs. John A. Tuttle. urday. J. W. Hampton has sold his and In this manner I havo becomu farm and Is planning to movo to ing cattle Miss Mattio Hall and Furls Roberts. Wo havo one of tho acquainted with tho symptons and had. P, Hamilton, Ohio, Latter. Oklahoma to make bis futuro home. Mrs. Chas. Hall havo returned from best schools wo havo ever treatment of all tho common diseases. Ohio, whero they havo been living D. Marcum gave a social last Sunday Ray Dean visited his uncle, Joo I havo pulled ton thousand aching Hamilton, O., Jan. 12. For the past night. Farls Roberts, Jr., gavo a sofor quite a while. Tho Dr. Herd Hampton, last Sunday. teeth, lanced thousands of abscesses, ten days tho temperature at Hamilnight. on Main Street has recent- cial last Saturday sot Bovcral broken limbs, dressed ton has been hovering around and ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ly been occupied by Mr. Cox from MADISON COUNTY and other wounds below zero, Tho heaviest snowfall many gun-sh111(1 IIII.L, IIOONK Iloonovllio. Mrs. P. A. Cecil of Jock-soof sufferers for many yearH came Thursday night. Boone, Jan. ICtli. The llttlo ion Big Hill U lo- and relieved thousands Big Hill, Jan 12. Breathitt Co., will make her from other Ills. It being eighteen Inches and drifted of Mr. and Mrs. John Richmond died homo this winter with her stop- - cated flvo miles East of Berea and I havo always been a feobcr man, in many places to a great depth. on Dec. 30th and was laid to rest at daughter, Mrs. 8. 1. Caudlll. Ilout, fifteen miles south of Richmond at s nevor bad any fights and never In- A disastrous flro occurred hero, Jan. Scaffold Cano cemetery. Church o Botner who has been ill so long tho Junction of tho Big Hill and was hold at Folrvlew, Sunday, to bo getting worse Messrs. ' mond turn pikes. It has a population jured any ono In my llfo. It I havo 9th, destroying the Marey building. by tho Rev. Geo. Childress, B. S. J. L. Wilson and Jessie Kldd wero of about two hundred with four gen- - any enemies I do not know whero Tho total loss being estimated at toward $10,000 An omployeo of tho C. C. IV Poyntcr's houso burned, Wednesday business caller at Travelers Rest, oral stores and thrco blacksmith thoy aro. I hold no night, total loss. Public h.t Co., nnmed Miller, whllo loading school today. shops, ono good saw and grist mill, any ono on earth. My tliroo score years and ten aro a car on tho elovator, Thursday, fell at this place closed, Friday, Jan. 5th. grist and corn NKIIAKTIAN ono good mill with J, H. Lambert mado a business trip Sobastlan, Jan. 13. Rov. Buck Fox crusher, two church houses and two out today and I feel well and hearty. Into tho shaft receiving painful cuts to Louco ono day last week. Mrs. filled his regular amiolntment at school houses. A few Items from My and hearing aro good, uud bruises about tho head, Tho P, Fannlo Bolcn returned to her homo Lucky Fork last Saturday and Bun- - this placo: Old Undo Bill Haloy, 93 my mind Is perfectly clear, neither O. receipts In Hamilton In 1911 flvo thousand bs to In Illinois last Tuesday, after a plea- day; flvo Joined tho church. Died years of ago died tho 10th of this do I fool old. I am thankful to God for all theso than tho previous year. Tho office sant visit with friends and relatives on Jan Stb, Mrs, Lann Sandlln after month and was burled at Pilot Knob East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else t-- Tll-mo- Mc-K- of Cullon and VniiRhn, lumber yard on North B. Street, wns damnged by flro, Sunday nftcrnoon. Ioss $2,000. City Auditor Grimmer reports that tho city of Hamilton began tho Now Year with a balance aggregating $1GC, 181.17 In various funds. Tho week of prayer was observed In sovcral of tho Protestant churches of Hamilton. This week Dr. Chas. R. of tho Southern Baptist Theological Seminary of Louisville, Ky., occupied tho pulpit of tho First Baptist church. A. J. Baker of Owsley County, Kentucky, mado a business trip to Newport, Ky., last week, and camo to Hamilton, to visit his son. Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Gabbard to turned homo after a two weeks visit with friends and relatives In Owsley Co., and Berea. Mrs. L. K. Flan-crMrs. Gabbard's mother, accompanied them homo nnd after a weeks tlslt will go to Elm wood Placo to visit her son E. E. Flancry. Owing to tho cold weather the City gas d- partmcnt Is now selling upon an ave ago of ono million feet of natural pas er day, whllo tho consumption of tho Hamilton gas and electric company has reached 800,000 feet per day. Hut-chlng- s, y, X ' 4 THE In HEALTHWlN Co-T- hc d, Mr. I Plno-npplc- When Knights of old sallied forth quest of adventure, which was tho knightly phraseology for a pollto fight, tho fume of their arms and courage traveled before them and their battles wero already half wou. Quito as Impressive, and vastly moro productive of good results, han been the unlquo crusade for good health which lias been undertaken by the Chief of tho Board of Health of Louisiana. Tills modern valiant had his men at arms, and while they did not forget their pikes and axes, they wero also armed with tho majesty of tho law, and a full complement of all the latest dlseaso preventives. Tho bravo cavalcade traveled not on gaily caparisoned horses, but in a special railroad train, and their coming was heralded not with trumpets, but by big headlines In tho dally and weekly press. On arrival at n town, tho Up slegu was Immediately begun. one strevt and down another went tho determined orders of tho law to whom all offenders looked allko. Thcro wore no favored friends, or cr I I I con-fese- I ..,.., lnes3-xher- neighbors or relatives. Unsanitary alleys and gutters and pestilence-breedin- g wero disinfected; houses samples of drinking water wero taken to tho laboratory In tho secial train where a corps of uixrtu inadu analysts th?n and there. Buildings unfit for habitation wern attacked with pike nnd axes and tumbled to tho ground und burned. Such a thorough overhauling and cleaning up won never known before, excepting possibly tho work of tho sanitary division of tho Army when wo went Into Cuba, Panama uud Manila. Not that the conditions In Louisiana were so much worse than In many other states, but tho need existed there, Just as It now exists In every other stato to a greater or less degree. So vigorous und aggressive wus tho attack, that tho citizens ceased to remonstrate, nnd after tho crusadu bod been out one weok, caught the spirit of tho reform and generally entered Into I lie. work with urdor. At nlht, Illustrated lectures, delivered In terms that everybody could understand, educated the jiopulatlon on tho valuu and necessity of munlclial clennllnosa. peoplu wero made to comprehend iho financial profit alono of good air, good water and clenn homes. A state wide enthusiasm was aroused and never In Its history was tho StaU) from border to border In fcuch a health producing condition uh today. What has been dono in Louisiana can bo duplicated In every other stut" and in every village, town and city In tho land. But to do It, there must tho saint) fearless, suna and practical work by tho health officer ou whom tho responsibility rests, that wus Inspired by Dr. Obcar Dowllns, tho president of tho Stuto Board of Health of Louisiana H. H. Windsor In tho February Popular Mechanic Bo-re- . Magazine A6RICULTURALJEATURES During this part of tho winter when our farmer readers havo a llttlo leisure tlmo to read, wo wish to dlreot their attention to tlio four columns of Agricultural mutter, which wo aro currying on pago seven this wee'.:. Ono article by A. Gallagher of Ohio on making butter contains many practical suggestions and will l.o of read with profit by all owners milk cows. Our Agricultural columns nt this tlmo contain considerable matter with referonco to tho dairy, as that feature of farm llfo lu as timely In tho winter as In tho summer. Wo trust that our readers In the Agricultural district will appreciate theso features. Rsce Has Retrograded. Mlddl An arcbueologlst In tho West thinks that tho Mayas, who once Inhabited America, bad a civilization as far advanced as that of any early people except tho Oreoki. Tho dweller In the Jungles of Yucatan, Guatemala, and Honduras aro to bo their descendants. ed ! J pro-iwr- ty ot n, wr-vic- Rich-seem- ll oyo-Blg- ht d