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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 25, 1012 One Dollnr a year. No. 30 The Citizen PRESIDENT TAFT'S RECORD The wisdom of Mr. Tnft linn been fully demonstrated in calling Tho democrats without sufficient thought or intho extra Reunion vestigation passed tlireo tariff bills affecting billions of dollars invested by tho people, from the farmer who raised thu sheep to the woolens. These bills lie promptly vetoed giving the most potent reasous therefor. tnrilT board has made n nuniiimntm report which Thn fully vindicates the President Hnd shows that incalculable harm would have resulted to tho country had even the wool bill become a law. The President now lileH the board's report and recommends the passage of n wool bill which, while it reduces the tnriff,'does not destroy the wool business. Our fanners nnd laborers should not bo crippled nnd ruined by tho cheap labor of tho old world. Ho now puts the proposition squarely up to Congress, shall we have n scientific tarilT or a haphazard tnrifl? No President of this great Republic has ever given the country n better and a more enlightened administration than Mr. Tnft, nl though when he came into office lie faced a tremendous deficit, nnd in addition to Democratic opposition he wns compelled to combat a baker's dozen of his own party in the Senate and n soniewhat greater number in the House. Despite all this ho has saved from corporate greed nud for the people millions of acres of tho Public Domain and hundreds of valuable water rights. Ho has procured the enactment of the Postal Savings Hank law that will bring millions of dollars into circulation, which have heretofore been privately hoarded nway, and at the same time afford, nmplo security to the depositors. He has conducted nil our foreign affairs with marked dignity, signal ability, unflinching courage nud consummate diplomacy. He stayed tho hands of tho great railroad corporations when they threatened to arbitrarily increase rates 'nt the expense of tho shipper. He signed thu tariff bill, although He believed in somo instances tho rate was not properly adjusted, because of the fact that it contained so many hundreds of just provisions, kuoning, too, that if not signed our deficit would largely increase, necessitating the issuance of Government bonds iu order to maintain national credit. He recommend, ed tho passage of the corporation tax, which lias added millions to the public rerenues, and which, with tariff duties under the new bill, lias turned a large deficit into a splendid surplus. He recommended the passage of laws affecting Interstate Commerce, which have given American shippers increased protection. He has notified Russia of thu abrogation of the treaty under which our citizens have been denied their rights, and greatest of all, he has gone about the accomplishment of the peace of the whole world. Other notable measures have been adopted through his advice, and steps taken by him resulting in great national advancement and benefits too numerous to mention here. Tho whole people regard him as just, level headed, conservative and wise. Knowledge Is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XIII. One Pleasant Thing about OURj business is the SATISFACTION WE GET from the SATISFACTION WE GIVE. OUR customers go nvvny satisfied; if the satisfaction doesn't last we want them to come back and tell us so. ANTHONY AMERICAN FOUR-FOO- T WIRE FENCE, 26c. STAPLES THROWN IN :: :: :: :: :: :: :: AT "THE FURNITURE CHRISMAN'S MAN" Clothing, Shoes CS Furnishings For Man or Boy R. R. COYLE, Berea, Ky. NEWS A Visit OFJE WEEK IN OUR j i so that Instead of reaching Jacksonville In tho morning Eight Hundred and Sixty Miles South. wo reached that place about supper time. In our sleeping car wo found Dear Cltlion Friend. ono lady with a baby, and eight or Our Southern trip began from nine men. I do not call them gentlea 'Homo Seekers Excursion men because, having only ouu lady lu ticket," Rood for twelve days, and tho car they had disregarded her Krmlttlug a rldo to Kurt Myers ami rights and wishes und filled tho car WILL ROOSEVELT BE A CANDIDATE? rtturn, inons than u thousand miles. with tobacco smoko. Tho selfishness g Wo count a hardship and of tobacco users Is something surprisIf wo are right in our estimation of Mr. Roosevelt, the constant uw tho ticket only to Orlando, SOJ i ing. No greater proof could bo glvi'n importunity on tho part of disffected Republicans and the no less constant nngging of his enemies in the Democratic party thosO that miles south of IJerco. of the depraving Influence of tobacco. It wan a now experience, to pass Darkness came on long before wo are affraid that he really will become a candidate must tax his through Ik rea without btopplng. You ' reached' Knoxvllle, and In tho mornpatience to the extreme. He has had no more constant admirer than we, nud, wa think, ir.ay bo sure, that I looked to two all ing wo wero In northern Georgia, no one who has greater con fid once in his ability, integrity and patriotthat could bo seen. Through tho baro where tho fields wero covered with trees there was Pearsons Hall, qulto only a light sprinkling of snow. ism. The country will ever be greatly endebted to him for tho overtopping Its older neighbor. How- of government which he advocated and put into prnctice durThen thero was the long rldo thru urd Hall. And there wan tho dear tho flat Georgia plno region. This ing his splendid administration, but wo do not believe that Mr. Rooseold Tabernacle, and the glorious Chair bocuis like a country that God in velt ougtlt to run for the Presidency again. And at the same time we el Tower. Past tho tunnel thero wh tended to wait some thousands of years are as sincere iu our belief that he does not seek the place aud will seen tho buck of Ladles Hall, and Leforo It becomes a dwelling place not accept the nomination from his party. tho Incomplete Hospital. And snug- - for man. Tho good plno timber has This, of course, is contrary to nearly ail the press eminations gllng uroumi these public building from New York and Washington and everywhere else for that matter. been removed, und only blackened llko chlckenc around a hen, an In stumps remain, planted lu the, ush- That Mr. Roosevelt does not put a stop to tho talk, wo explain, by creasing brood of homes. Each homo II ko sand. Iu some places nro small the fact that he has already said quite enough, nnd, besides, he would represents Uoms for children, und pines which are buing gashed to exnaturally not be averse to the people expressing their friendship for each students' window In lVartoio, tract tho turicntluo. him nud their confidence in him. His statement made following his Howard, ladles Hull and tho other i Georgia Is ono of tho sad states election in 1007, ought to settle the matter. It is as follows: dormitories, represent!) distant hornet. ' that btand ut tho foot of tho lln". "The wise custom which limits the President to two terms reThirteen hundred btudents represent- - i bho Is ouo of tho oldest states uud gards thu substance and not the form, and under no circumstances tug over t thousand homes, and will 1 be n candidate for or accept another uutniuatiou." has never douo un thing but hinder to affect tho schools, churchw, tho progress of tho country as a If Mr. Roosevelt should now be a candidate or accept another governments of many states. Those whole. At the time of tho formation nomination ho would stultify himself and besides would be seriously 'vho pray lor Ilerea havo largo ra- - I of tho Conbtltutlon It was Georgia hampered in his race because a candidate against all the traditions trrostB and precious ones to pray of his party. that prevented tho abolition of slavery and thus mudo necessary tho wo Swiftly imMsed tho statlot a gieat civil war. Georgia Is still tho south of itoroa. Without Ikrea Col- stuto of chain-gangand peonage, j list such u meal as our last meal friend of mine. Dr. Dlackman. Ho lege, Ilerea would bo llko ono of lias an office as fiua as a bunk, and tho homo ot John Templo Graves tlw "In Kentucky nt Mrs. O'Nell's in these. N"ar Pittsburg wo saw ono r . preacher of massacre. Tho majority roses tho year round, but less than qulto sup two fine mw o Friday morning, Jan. 19, we found ?00 students. I tell htm that his ut her lK'oplo are poor and downtrodto tlm common box houses th.it Is founded upon tho sand, but den. A few towns like Atlanta aro Orlando's pobtoftlco closed, and tho nro generally built since tho coming I Laving some prosperity, and educa- - streets decorated lu houor of tho my collego Is founded upon a rock. of saw mills. Certainly both of us havo enough to turn Is beginning, but Georgia as a birthday of Itobcrt E. Lee, tho southOur train was Into. It watted threo lung road to travel be- - ern general who surrendered to Grant do; ho must convince tho young peo- suite has a hours In Cincinnati for tho snow- foro she catches up with tho aver- - at Appomatox. Tho United States ple ot Florida that education is a bound trains from Chicago and Clove- - ago Flag, "old glory," tho flag that edu- good thing, and I must provide shelof American states. land. And starting late, as Is usually Wo spent tho night lu Jackson- - cated Lee, that ho swore to supjjoit ter and teachers for our mountain tho cast-- , wo had to wait tor all the j vlllo, which Is tho gateway ot Floil-du- . and then betrayed, tab flag that boys and girls who are convinced alEvery ouo has to go through btands for law und liberty aud na- ready. With all good wishes, Jacksonville, and all tho hotel keep- - j tional prosperity, was not anywhere CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE Win. Goodell Frost. uud merchants aro to bo seen. eis, on tho watch to skin tho traveler Florida was tho first state to folFIRST PAGE EVANGELISTIC SERVICES low South Carolina into tho rebellion. W11U IS pUSSUlg UllUUtill. UlUUbl'D lual Editorial. more In Jacksonville thuu they do In It Is easy to see how It camo so. Letter from I'res. Frost. lierea. Tho town beeuis full of specu- Florida did not contain a single Borea Collego, Instead ot tho usual Iu Our Own State lators, t lav tiers, uud transients cf Institution of collegiate learning. Its weok ot Prayer, has a weokofEvan-tcllstl- c Nows of tho Week. white people wero poor and iguoraut ull nationalities. Yet wo saw subatau-tlServices which will occur Kvangollstlc Meetings, Methodist, Disciples, uud tyrannized over by a few hot- - this year, Feb. 4 to 11. churches, SECOND PA0E Baptist, Kplscopllan headed slave holders. Presbyterian, Tho many frlendB of Itev. C. S. General Nows. Just now Florida is advertising It- - Knight will bo pleased to kiio,v and some substantial buildings llko self aud publishing many induct- - i that ho Is to conduct these services.. Markets. those of Louisville and Cincinnati. Next day came a long rldo from incuts to settlers. A group o( tho l'AGE His visit hro at Thanksgiving, his THIRD smokers on our train sermon talk and his Evangelistic Jacksonville to Orlando. Tho train Science and Invention. was full. At Pultaka the engluu broke wero selling ten aero tracts for or- - ' tvrvlccs the week following made a Sermon. farms. Accord- - deep Impression down uud had to spend a couple ot lingo and grapo-lruTunperanco Notes. and resulted In shop. Many of lug to their accounts ono has ouly many conversions. hours ut tho repair FOUUTH FAOE tho locomotives on thebo Southern to own a tew acres ot high Florida As usual tho churches of tho town Loculs. toads aro such as huvo been woiu land iu order to bo rich. And cer- aro Invited to attend these services. FIFTH PAGE tainly thero aro now rich people u out and built over. Tho passengers Itov. C. S. Knight Is pastor of a Good Nows from Pinovllle. uto up ull tho provisions at threo Florida. Wo havo not yet seen uny live Baptist church lu Uaruboo, Wis. Letter from Mrs. Roe. or four little restaurants near tho people, however, who havo becotna For some years ho was Sunday School Obituaries. station, and colored boys wero kept I leh lu Florida, and plenty of Uioso missionary In Northern California. SIXTH PAGE busy bringing us supplies from tho who havo laud hero are willing to Lvaugollstlc work Is to his llklus. Sorlal Story. village and country. And now wo be- sell It. Wo trust his coming will result In However, Horlda Is a land of win- - much good und SEVENTH PAGE gan to see ut Intervals through tin that tho I.lvo Stock and Farm Notes. desolate sand plains, orange groves Ui bloom. Tho Uiermometcr was" ot all will bo hoarty and bccurcd. and strugllug truck gardens, uud ono at day break and 76 at noon, and Mr. EIGHTH PAGE young camphor grovo. Tho car win- Frost Is wearing a roso. Has torn Kentucky News. Pellucid English. Near Orlando Is Wtuter Park, tho dows wero open, aud wo wero In Question Eablly Thousandutlcks' Bhop A sign In a attracts College, oldest in tho "Longfellow's" tailor wurm weather. Orlando wus reached seat of ltolllns eye, and ho sends In niter dark uud wo selected a board- Stuto, haying been founded lu 18S5. a copy thereof as follows: "Notlcol ing houbo culled tho Pines kept "by This college bus been aided by Dr. Work that is mado hero when altored Does your date label say 1912? k a bountiful Kentucky woman named Pearsons and bus Its Carnegie' Lib- nftor ninety days Is got to bo . If not, Mrs, Jno, T. Homer, Hero wo had rary. Its president Is an old college LETTER FROM PRES. FROST iigular trains, itlch-luon- d, From Royalty Cummins An- Chief Justice White on (Painful Visit to Kentucky Dr. McGarvey's Sucnounces for Presidency U. S. cessorSeventh District CongresCuba Stephenson ExonWatches sional Muddle County Unit Before erated Banker Morse Released the Legislature. Grant Changes His Views -- Bunker Coal Consumption Killed on RaiA PAINFUL V131T lroadsAtlanta's Vice War. Chief Justice White of tho United States Supremo Court was In LexingIIOYALTY VISITS US ton last Saturday, called thero by Tho Duko and Dutchess of tho death of his sister, Miss Eliza and their daughter, Princess White who died tho day previous. Patricia, arrived In New York from Con-naug- JP STATE car-rldlu- I new-ideal- s Ottawa, Canada, Monday. Tho Duke Is Governor General of tho Dominion and ho Is paying a short visit to former Ambassador to England, Mr. Whltclaw Held. Much comment has arisen In Washington owing to tho fact that tho Duke was not to visit that city and call upon the President. It Is said to bo unheard ot that a Koyal personage should fall to call upon tho President, and it is reported that a great many people got their feelings much hurt through sym- DIt. McGAHVEY'S SUCCESSOR Pres. II. II. Crossfleld of Transyl vanla University has been elected Prosldent o: tho Collego of tho IJlblo also. At tho same time as tho announcement of his election, It was reported that tho S2."0,000 Endowment Fund had been completed. This ftfud Is to bo divided equally between tha Colldgo of the Dible and tho Collego ot Arts and Sciences, Inasmuch as tho terms of the gift will permit. SAME OLD TACTICS Tho 7th Congressional District is being treated to tho usual disgraceful proceedings In tho matter of se- j lectiug candidates for Congress by the lcspectlvo parties. Congressman Can-- ! troll undertaking to have tho com mittee call a snap primary and, as Is usually the case, tho committees aro tho tools of the Congressmen. Tho primary is called for March 16th, but a very significant protest Is being made to tho Democratic State Central Committee. The participants are being led In their fight by Editor Brecklnrldgo of Tho Herald. may do Verily, the Congressman anything to koep himself in office except to proporly represent his people. It Is noteworthy that whllo of hills have been Introduced hun-dreds ' I President Toft. But it seems now that tho President did not mind It at all and never would havo thought of questioning the Duke's right to go to New York or anywhere elso without making him n visit. Later, however, It Is reported that tho Duko will visit Washington iu defcreuce to tho feelings ot tho over sensitive. CUMMINS FOIt THE PltESI-DENCY pathy for pro-pari- IUch-uioii- d. col-leg- I ( i t hack-drive- In a statement Issued the 20th, Senator Cummins of Iowa announces that If the Republicans of bis state think him a tit man to bo placed beforo tho convention, ho will accept their decision. This announcement cf Mr. Cummins somewhat complicates matters, as it divides the forces ut tne eneinlet of Mr. Tuft. Senator Cummins and Senator LaFolletto Uto the Legislature, and nearly a both being Progressives and hl?h month has expired since it convened, up In the councils of that political only ono measuro has boeu passed in faction. either house, and that tho county Disquieting rumors, havo reached unit bill which was voted on In tho Washington ot tho attempt ot tho so Lower House, Friday, the 19th, and called "Voteraus Order" In Cuba to passed by a voto of 70 to 19, lntorfero with tho law regarding tho It Is worthy ot montlon that tho participation of tho military authori- Loulsvlllo and Jefferson County ties lu politics. And so serious was with ono exception, voted tho situation considered that a noto ! solidly against tho bill and that tho was addressed by thu Stnto Depart- itcpubllcans, although It had been ment to tho President of Cuba, stat- rumored that they would be against ing that tho United States would In- P.. thus endeavorlug to commit tho tervene it tho law was not enforced. Democrats lo tho passage of a re- dele-catio- n, I Continued on lMgr ConllnutJ on tail pg. al "If wcpleaseou tell others, if not, tell WHY ? :." J I Don't Buy your Roofing until You See Us UECAUSB Keare Ike only feofle tint mule i tftcialty of Ike ItoojiMj limitless. J. UECAUSB ue sell more good roofing tknn all the otktr dialers 7. 3, 4, I lt .1. W guarantee our work to tt satis factory and the test in every resfect. 11 EC A USE if you want to (ut on jour oun roofing tie make it according to any specifications wanted 5 ft., 7 Ut ft., SO ft., or any convenient length desired, so as to afford Ike least waste. U'e give you imtructions, skoxv you tkt froer use of the tools andjuruisk a keler if you so desire. JIECA USE ue bougkt three carloads of Hoofing at combined, it ECA USE ntknoxvkow. rock-botto- ' 6, f rices, JIECA USE we are in a fosition least money. to sell you the best roofing for the Bcvca School Office of TCoof ino Manager . HENRY LKNOFELLNEK, paid."-Newar- l'hont 7 or Jackson St., lUrea, A'y. Wanted several young men tolcarn the roofing business.". tSt. Ns-ws- PCe Twa THE CITIZEN TRANSYLVANIA Ky, January 25, 1912 MANY GREET FARLEY The Citizen A PLANS TRACK AND FIELD MEET. Kentucky Colleges Arrange Events For Games To Be Held At Lexington. Lexington. Tho representatives of the five colleges and universities In the Kentucky Intercollegiate nssoct.r tlon met here nnd perfected plans far a state track and Held meet to be held In Lexington on May Tho meet will be held at tho fair ground and will be under the supervision nnd man I'ngemr-n- t of the association. It vrns de--i elded to hold the meeting under the rules of the Amateur Athletic Union and to follow the order of events ns prescribed by the rules of the South ern Intercollegiate. Athletic assorts tlon. The events will be thirteen I number. The reprej.entntlrt'9 present were Herea, Prof. D. W. Morton; lieorgi town. Prof. Hobert Hinton; Transyl vatiln. Prof. It. B, Monroe; Central Prof. T. V. William: State Unlver siV, Coach K. It. Rweetland. Prof. .Monroe and Sweetland were selected a committee of two to draw up n cm stitution for udoptlou for the purpose of regulating the tratk mwt nnd mal: Ing it an nnnuat event. The meet lug then adjourned to nuet again on Moa day, January 29. TUFT FREES MORSE FORMEH BANKER HAS ONLY SIX MONTHS TO LIVE SAYS BURGEON GENERAL. WOMAN IS HELD WITHOUT BAIL Mrs. Sparling Is Charged with family newspaper for all that ti right true and Interesting. rvery IliorwUr (Inoorportitrd) PublWhfd Brr, WELL ENDOWED Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollar Fund Is Raised For School REV, CARDINAL IS GIVEN GREAT OVA TION AT NEW YORK. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. t. P. Faulkner, Editor ana Manager. Triumphal orate Decorations JCO.C0O Gather at Pier. Return Is Marked by Elab- Subscription Rates On !. Thro Month Gnu money UoDry Onler, Hi Month rw TAVAUI.B IN ADVANCE. i ti.'W CROSSFIELD IS CHOSEN Uxlngton. The Her. It. H. Cross- who obHeld, president of Transylvania uniAny on tor u1rcr)ptoii can president of the norin Tb Citizen fr for Wmsrff fat versity, wiui elected university, ns sue n year, liltile r.ollego of the nonpar to th late J. W. McGarvey. It AJrtlHnt ntr on application. a.i decided to unite the two Instltu uKuncn or tlon under one head. It was also announced that the :id dltlonal endowment fund for Trans) I vania university, which Its ofQclnls und friends set out eighteen months ago to raise, has been completed. The general education board of New York subscribed J 5 0,000 to tho fund; H. A. lCTNTUCKY PIUSW ASSOCIATION. Long, of Kansas City, $30,000, and the Oi of the best things for n man ct curators of the university. J40.000. To forty-livto do ts In cbecr up and Icon the $200,000 raised. In addition to the $50,(00 given by the general educa young. tion board of New York, citizens of Onu Chicago Brio has bought 5.G00.. Kentucky gave 1C2.942. of California 000 three-cen- t stamps but not at i $20,060 and ot Indiana $18,S0O. Louts- Tllle gave $11,902; Lexington and vidrug store cinity, $35,830; $4,450; Owensboro, $6412: Some one advises that the hunters Nicholas llle, dross Id black. In which event the $fi,605; Glasgow. f4.235; Georgetown. Maysvllle. f4,6f0: Cynthlana. $3,2110; crape should not bj omitted. f.1,4 SO. There were 312 subscriptions "Why don't rich women pay their averaging $M.25. The subscriptions bills?" asks lhllo's Weekly. Probab- represented fourteen states. The new endowment pays tho $40,000 debt of ly because thry don't have to. Transylvania and pats it on un asA New Haven doctor watched an sured footing. A now movement will operation on himself lor appcndlfitbi. soon be started to raise a fund of $100,000 to Improve and add to the It must have been a cbeoring buildings of Transylvania and tho college. Dr. McGarvey was president of the An Ohio man wants a divorce his wife smoke his stogies. Htble college for fifteen years, sucThat's not such an cx.Tensive habit, ceeding Hubert Craham, who held the ponltlon for twenty years, succeeding ts JtT H. A. Mllllgan. President Crossfleld Los Angeles request that Its name was appointed president of Transylvania in 190K. He was at. the time hall be pronounced Loe Ahng-hayfit). "My. but what a lone tall oar pastor of the Christian church of Owensboro. cat has.' tain pJd. IT It Is r ciwircid )u f Iw mfiiil rvmfy us. lUrrinf number will be clwUy tf J notified. Fin inmhim cwnts with Prtpuns njd pnmiK rcnewala. List. Ubfnl tarns Ktvrn to imy or, Drn, KrclstMTil if rJ two cut Th dto aXler yoar mnx W to what ytrir at" by Pent omen or Expreft Ix-tuor nutoe-lptio- laM It Two Educational Institutions ot Lex. tlnn Uur) ington Are United Under One n on puppMod u- rf - Head and Old Debt Is Paid By Donations. Bend foe nn mhnerlptWna ndtn u tour yeaj!y t. CHANGES IN MILITIA. Adjt- - Gen. Haldeman Is Making Plan For Greatly Improving National Guard. Ill-bi- n Frankfort. The first step In the reorganization of tho Kentucky National Uuard wa taken by Adjt. ('en. W, Haldeman, when he muste.rtd out of the service seven companlp of the guard located in New companies, with fouiu of the best ot the officers of the old Le gion in command, will bo organized at once to take the place of tho com panics mustered o;it. This Is but the Initial move toward building up a rcg. Imcnt In Ixiulsville that v III be a credit In the state. MaJ. A. McLean Moffat, inspector general. Is relieved of duty in another order issued by Cvu. Haldeman, with the approval of (Tov. MrCreary. Ills place Is to be. filled temporarily by Hobert J. MoBryde. of Ixjulsvllle. who Is designated as inspector general. MaJ. Mcllryde is now In Frankfort discharging hia dutleH as iuf.pector PROMINENT CITIZEN DEAD. Jamea Monroe Hocker, Founder of Col lege For Girls, Passes Away. Lexington. James Monroo Hocker, founder of Hocker, now Hamilton, col leg?, and one of the oldest nnd most widely known citizens of Lexington died nt his home, 418 Johnson avenue, after a brief Illness. Mr. Hocker was 89 years old last Juno, and Is survived by his wife, with whom on October 24 sixty-sevent- prowler got away with JC.000 worth of jewelry and overlooked several tons ut coal In the basement. steamer carrying ?,2UO.000 cocoa, OPERATIONS IN THE OIL FIELDS nuts has arrived at New York and the threatened cocoanul plo famine ha. Are Badly Hampered By the Extreme been averted. ly Cold Weather of the Past Few Weeks. Germany Is coins to have on aerial cruiser that will carry, 309 people. No Lexington. Snow storms and zero guarantee. Is given as to hot far It weather have had a grip on the oil villi carry them. fields during the past week, as during Frenchmen's clothes are sometimes th week before, and thero was not abnormal, observes on Indianapolis col- much done In the way of pumping and lege professor. So. sometimes, arei drilling. When a well ts flnldhod In woatlier like that of the last two weeks rollec professors'. it is difficult to move the machine and The Chinese rebels have cat off equipment to another location, and detbelr queues, but a good maDy of them lays aro being caused in all departcontinue to refuse to tuck their shirts ments of tb Industry. Orwj new well is leported from Inside their trousers. Wayne county, which will add ten barTwo or three Chicago Is to have a home for dis- rels now production. abled poets. That town lit apparent- new wells wero to bo started in Lawly wlllln;; to take any risk In order to rence last week, but thb work on tho derricks is being greatly hindered. A Increase Its population. half dozen companion are anxious to The breaking of a world's record in lcgln teat wells thero. There aro prospects of some activity nn autu race Is no amall thing; but the polat of greatest Importance hi In tho old Cumberland county fluid during the late winter and spring. The that no necks were broton. operating department of the Standard A physician rays Oil Co. In Kentucky recently took up MassachnsettH that she can tell a woman's ago be considerable, territory in leases In that feeling her pulse. Due to tbo fact that county uloug the Cumberland fiver, her age Is a secret that Ile9 nearest a and tho report was sent out at the time that tlu-leases would bo devol woman's heart. oped during the spring. The J. W, Huston Oil Co., of Pittsburg. Pa, A Chicago saloon keeper was lined ISO for abusing a policeman who told which holds homo choice leases, Is pre him to clofe his waloon after 1 a. m. paring to erect n standard rig on the It never pays to bo nanny to a copper, Keen farm. Home ten miles from lliirkc.ivllie, with a view of putting In Chicago. down a good test well. Drilling will begin, however, for a couple of r not Thorn aro boneheads, too, in tho profession. Only last week a night weeks yeL A . he celebrated the anni versary of their marriage. Mr. Hock er in his earlier llfo accumulated a large fortune in the mercantile busi ness, and about forty yearn ago he retired for a time from active business and founded and liberally endowed Hocker college In this city, one of the best known colleges for girls in the south. A number of years later the. name of tho college was, with Mr. Hocker8 consent, changed to Hamil ton college. In onler to securw addf tional endowment, and it Is now con nected with Transylvania university GETS $7,500 LeltchHeld. DAMAGES. Howell. Mrs. Lula o this place, secured a verdict the Grayson circuit court for $7,500 against the Chicago, SL Louis & New Orleans Hallroad Co. and the Louis- vlllo & Nashville Hallroad Co. for per sonal Injuries alleged to have been sustained in a railroad accident near Fourteenth and Magnolia streets. Louisville, December 23, 1910. TO GET LARGE SUM. bur-glu- CAN OF POWDER EXPLODES. Frankfort. Congressman Cantrlll has boen notified by the court of claim that the claims of Mrs. T. N. Arnold, of Frankfort, for $5,015 for property destroyed during the civil war had been allowed. Mrs. Arnold U the widow of a Christian preacher, WhltcBburg. A a result of nn ex A South Carolina prophet an- plosion of a can of jtowder in tho homo nounces that the world will come to of Jerry Wells, n farmer of Perry coun nn end next year. There Is no like- ty, near tbo Letcher county lino, Mrs. lihood that It will come early enough Mulling, Mrs. Wells and two small chilus from having a long win- dren wero killed outright, and Mr. to ke-ter Wells was perhaps mortally wounded. The Wells home was completely A capitalist recently went to New Onj of tho children, una wrecked. York und got rid of 110,000,000 In wares, carried the can of powder near thrco months. If he' had gone to tbo fire, which rnusi-- the explosion. really competent New Yorkers ho cotild have got rid ot It In lest than tbrrt. days. FIRE IN PUBLIC BUILDING. In Cleveland a grocery store Is offered for sale, the reason, as advertised, being that "the present owner Is dead." This so inn to dispone of the old theory tout "you tiiko it with you." Congross- well known In Kentucky. man Cantrlll will try to have tho claim Included In the omnibus bill this ses sion. his election was the reason for the heavy expense. BURNED TO DEATH. Managers ot Stephenson's campaign $150,000 or $200,000 would Craybon. Mrs. Ktta Illankenslili said that they raado a more Basterllng. wife of Prof. Frank Kastor-llng- have been apent had systematic campaign. was burned to death by her clothOwing to tho continued Illness of ing catching tiro from nn open grate. Hanecy, the Lorlmer Investi Mr. Basterllng had left tho liouiv but n recess. u few minutes before- to bring Ihell gation committee has taken Hanecy is suffering a severe two children from a neighbor's. She attack ot tbo grip. wub burned beyond recognition, , e e New York. The triumphal return to Poisoning Husband and PROBABLY GO TO CARLSBAD New York of Csrt1ln.il John Murphy Three Sons In Michigan Farley was the signal for the greatest ovation that has ever been accord Sentence rd a man of the church in the t'nlted President Commutes In Effort to Prolong New Yorker's States Coming back from Home MQflVE Lift, But Refuses to Restore Mis where he had been elevated from INSURANCE IS ALLEGED Civil Rights. Archbishop of Now York to the high honor within the grant ot the Neighbors Give Damaging Testimony Washington. Tho lfycar ?entcnec Catholic church, eiccptlng that of the of Says Death Was Physician for the violation of the national bank- Holy Father, ho was tho roclpk'nt Is Due Arsenic to ing laws under which Charlis W visible and audible homnge such nt Poisoning. Morse, the former New York banker, seldom paid lo any mnn Many of the most promlurnt figures has served two years In the federal 11. LmW penitentiary at Atlanta, (la., has been In the public life of Hie nation were Hid An, Mich. Mrs. Sparling, wife of John WeAvy Hint commuted by President Toft to expire nt once. ilng. and mother of IVtor, Afcort and tScyrlel Sparling, all of wham izel The commutation of sentence, which gives Morse his complete freedom from .i mysterious ilivith. wr hatid but which, unlike a pardon, docs not ever tn stand trial on a charge of restore his civil rights was granted Scyrli'l. upon recommendation ot Attorney Dr. Paulo! Conboy. of Ikirf Axo, a General Wlckersham nnd Surgeon Gennew wltursK, nnd .Mrs. Iiimi Hkrtmnl eral Torney. U. 8. a. son, it neighbor of Mrv. 8parPii& &it-thThe White House stutemcnt grant principal testimony fir Ing freedom to Morse follows: The phvslrlan nttnrsHut: Key rirl Spirllng declared thaL hi hbi otlo-ton- . Tho president has commuted the death vtns due to ursuli-ii- f )o sentence of Charles W. Morse to soiling. at once. This action was taken upon the recommendation of the attorMrs. ItU'liaril.von claimed tht.t Hhe ney general, based upon the followtnc .Irlt i'il Mrs. Spjrl'nt: aflPr IVtrr Stirlreport of Surgeon General Torney: ing died. Sin- - tcstlfliol tnttf. Mrs s'parllng told her tii Miotn'Jit rfhe A careful review ot these rcporti would take out more Insnranco o Hit. makes It clear to my mind that he It live of her son. Scyrlol awf -i suffering from a combination of disMr, HlrliuriUoii tontinod tlml nJinu eases duo to deefnerntlve chancel wlUi Afrii, Setti ho was tompi.ililr.iiig which are Incurable"1 and progrcslve J Tl,... .1 w .V... .1.. ,.nnHUIn I ... ling tho latter said: uu mat ti.v Cardinal Farley ' ol of the kidneys and tho heart art ti'f, II Is hnrd. tin' the wor-- t growing vtorae. 1 regard the attack among these who parllclted lb the lo come." of cardiac dyspnoea or heart-blocMrs. Sparling w.t bold vmhffirt ball welcomo to Cardinal Farley, which to the April term of tho elnell c oirl from which he suffered ou tbe morn was not only brilliant, but Impressive Ing of the luth Instant, as an omlnoui At Twenty third street the cardinal's occurrence Glad carriage turned Into Flftb avenue and (is Hearing the nillrj.i In my opinion the prisoner's dura proceeded In a direct lino lo St Pat tlon of life will be in all probablllt) rick's Cathedral, the curbs on bolh Brs giving freedom In CIcktJi'h W less than one month tf kept In confine- sides being crowded with members of Morse, noted Ne York ihnineft-v- who ment, und In the cvant of bla release all the big Catholic societies ot Great Iiili been sirvtng a 16 year smteoci under commutation of sentence. It Is er New York. Further up tbe cadet In the federal prlnon fivr rlohAftin of not probable that be will live as long corps of all the Catholic military tho national hanking lawn, kin wafo aras six months. cbcols. institutions and organizations rived In Atlanta and burrnal lo Ft The commutation of Morse's sen of the metropolis lined both sides of McPherson hospital. Vu n Mm Mnts JconU the hospital tence came at the end of months o Fifth avenue and at tbo very nd of unremitting effort on the part of Mrs his triumphal march, the cardinal oa Morse, the sister of the tMUlier, wn Morse and tlm banker's friends. Al greeted by hit best and most beloved the only ero!i In the romn with the moat since tbo day the doors of hi friends, the 90,000 Catholic children prisoner, and she was Urn en4y ono in ceil in Atlanta closed upon Mm .Mrs attending the parochial schools of see the greeting ot hiuhatid und wife Morse and influential friends have be- Greater New York. This psrt of tbr "This Is the happiest day of my life, sieged the department of Justice and reception seemed to please tbe tar was Mrs. Morse's comment on oinorv-In. through It the White House for miti- dlnal more than any other feature of from tbo gation ot the sentence. hi welcome. Clever Blind Map. Efforts for a complete pardon wer Columbus, O. His aptlttdn m reunavailing, and under tho. law Morst HARVESTER TRUST IS FLAYED tort quickened by almost hulf n cencould not be paroled until be bad served five years. Under tho commu Representative of Indeptndenta Makes tury of bllndnerr, James lAfajsntlo Wilson, who with hl.i two conuM and tation he will be allowed to leave the Stnaatlonal Charge at House two faithful dogs rhulnotl ti h chair, army hospital at Fort McPherson. Committee Hearing. held police ofllcers nt hay for an hour near Atlanta, at once. Recent efforts In bla behalf dove!opd the fact that Washington. charges Wednesday, when they went tn nrrej Sensational his friends wished to take him t( against tbe International Harvester him on a charge of lunacy, proved too Carlsbad for treatment, and It ! company, the "harvester much for Judgo lllack when the latter deemed probable that he will be taker trust." wero made before the house attempted lo nrun with Wilson at) to abroad at once. rules committee by F. J. Lowe of his need of it guardian. Now York, representing Independent In Burning At roplasa. manufacturers. STEPHENSON WINS HIS FIGH1 plungo to earth Paris. A Mr Ixwo told the committee that at Urn avia61 per cent, of the stockholders In tbe In a burning tuonoplaun In ftta) Senate Subcommittee Votes Unanl steel, sugar, beef and bankers' trusts tion grounds at , of the mously That Bribery In Wisconsin control also the International Harvest injuries to Lieu: Ikirai-rer company. "We charge that the French Army Aviation tortm. Man't Election l Unproved. company, International Harvester Washington. Senator Isaac Steph through the National City bank of MARKET QUOTATIONS enson was a victor In bis fight t hold New York, can break any Independent his teat as senator from Wisconsin concern In the United States," talJ subcommittee, Mr. I .owe. when the Heyburn Cattl- e- Steady to strung on po which has been Investigating his elecTbe witness said the department nnd rliolro easy ami slow uu IiuscIkt every grades; especially heifers. HJifpper tion, decided by a unanimous vote of Justlco had "chloroformed that the charges of corruption and movement made to prosecute the har fS.75trK.s5, liolii to extra f7tr70 bribery made against Senator Stephen vester trust, shown by the fact that butcher steers, extra J6.2fit;u.5!i, good son bad not been proved. the Townsend report to tbo depart to choice fS.tOfiO.lS, common to fair Tho report has been completed, but ment In 1956 tins slumbered there fl.SOtj'S; heifers, extra f5.".si:, good rholi-151)5.50, common tn fair Its details will be kept secret until It ever since. Tlx? report showed, among lo $.1.25(74.75, cows, ffi HWR.35. other things, that there were thirteen good to choice $4.405; 5. common to ts presented to tho senate. It Is u While the committee ac Independent harvester concerns tn the fair $1 75ti 4.'.'5; I'linnim dcrstood that quits Stephenson ot tho chargo of buy United States when the International Ilnlls Steady to strong, lfctuigna ing his scat. It criticizes him tor Harvester company was organized. f4.25H.M, extra f5, fat bulla S3JS.25 Today there aro only two IndependCalvesSteady at yesterday irlos spending $100,000 In the primary cam lug prices. Extra f!, fair in good tUU ent concerns In tho United States. palgn K.75, common nnd largo flCiDf. charged also thct tho InMr. Senator Stephenson was elected Hogs Active. I'liok'TH and hvlr.hJanuary It!, 1909, and he has faced ternational Harvester company InsistLight slilppora Htrady 5c higher. Inquiries Into bis election. Tho ed on a profit or 100 per cent, on Its its jesterdii'a closing prhi-nthree at Suhvt-elegislature asked the sen goods sold In this country, but that Wisconsin heavy shippers ftUOir llaR, K"oW an Buropj got them almost at cost. Inquiry. cliotcii puckers und Imfrhtmi fK.10(i. ate to make tho present fijii, mixed packers IiUh'CIiA, stagv. Evidence was brought before the CODE f llft'S. COIIIinuil to clioliii hnarv fat subcommittee that $107,793 had been JURY SEES DYNAMITE sows St.lTift.Yfcb. extra ir.'inCi.r; tlvM spent to elect Stephenson and he ad shippers fS.SOfifi, pigs (110 Ilia unri mlttcd the expenditure of about that 'Ping" Letters Direct the mowing Up less) Jt.i'HS.hO. sum. Hn said tbo determined cam f Certain Structures Facts Hbeeo Steady Extra S4. nnxl lo palgn by Senator La Follette against Given by McNamara. rliolro fa.SU t3.!M. common to fair et poll-oni- ng e ti n. -..- I News-Atlant- a, , Mors-readie- slik-room- l.COO-foo- t a fl.tl. - ru't A profeirfcor In France was lent to saved. prlbon for making n fuss because his train departed ahead of schedule time. MICHAEL SHUPERT. TO ENCOURAGE MANLY ART. Life for the public utilities there tnnat be one long, swent song. Owenton. Michael Khuport, SMIod Ijxliigtori. An a means to the end at his homo neur here. Hu vias tho of tho practice of "gun totlng" In Ken The dwelling of a man In New York oldest man In the county, and death tucky, tho students at the Statu unl city has been visited by burglars four was due to old age. Mr. .Shu port vervlty are. to be taught tbo maul) times In the last three months. He moved to this county with hlrt family art of President llt-nr-j ought lo write something hot and In. In leVS. His wife has been dead a 8. Darker, former Justice of the Kendlgnant to (he papers About It number of years. Mr, Shuport is sur- tucky court of npMals, has announced , give four medals, one fot vived by four sons, at whoso that The rat he wore in her hair caubed homo tho father died; Anderson, of tbo best man In each of tho clasMts middleweight, light the death of a Pennsylvania woman. this county; Alvab, of (llencoe, and heavyweight, It Is now In order for a development A. M., also of this county, Mr. fihu- - weight and featherweight. Tho boxfatality. Eren then, pert' parent, who were of Hutch de- liog claBe are to be organized nl of the bobble-tkir- t tcent, were resldcuts of Pennsylvania, jonce. fashion will not Lave done Its worst. he-wi- An overheated furnace the sheriff's olllce building set lire to tho furnace room, doing damage to the amount of $700, which is covered by Insurance. The timely discovery of tho flam erf saved tho structure. All private nnd imbllc documents wero In Maysvllle. JENKINS INCORPORATED. Mlddlcsboro. An order wat. entered by the Letcher circuit court Incorpor ating the new town of Jenkins. J. W. Collins wa elected police Judge. An assessor, a pollet'inan and board ot rested In connection with tbe outrage coiincllmeit wero appointed. were executed by strangling. Bomb Throwers Are Strangled. Peking. While Premier Yuan 8b Kat was attending the memorial rites for the captain ot bis escort, who was killed when a bomb was thrown at the premier's carriage, the three men ar LnmbH Htondv. lixtrn 17. sruiil lit choice fC.50trC.ii0. common to fair fl.7r.Mtfi.:5, yearlings f 4.50(r..50. Wheat No. 2 nil Staflil.fH. N'n. 3 red 93197c, No, 4 red K4tr04o. corn- - No. 2 whlto fiSfpC'Jc, No. S white fi4(i(!7r. No. 4 wliltn isirnlf.r No. 2 yellow ti2fi4e. No. 2 mixed OS ilKr, flo. mixed CStrRlc. No. 4 mix ill C()(fi2c uhllit ear IHff f.nc- - viJin our f4ffi;7e, mixed oar filOBSo. Oats No. 2 white niftfrGta. stntiil-urwhlto 52c, No. 3 wtiH-- i til ft tf52r. No. 4 white 4!(f61c. No, 3 mix son whom bo named. ed 62c. No. .1 4 Ileenuso of his belief that "Ping" mixed 4910)510. mluil 52tj62o. No. was receiving $200 for each "Job." and Hay- - No. 1 tlmolliy fZGfSfia, No was giving blm only $125, McManlgal timothy t23.75ir024.75. No. .1 tluntl.v f22(r22.50. No. 1 clover mixed f33.5n toy ho refused to work with him, and later arranged through John J. Mc fi'24.50. No. 2 clovor mixed a2.Kn( Namara, to do "Jobs" with the aid of 22.75. No. 1 clover S2.1.Gufl!4. Nn Clover f22.5023. James 11. McNamara, Indianapolis, Ind. Telegrams and letters signed "Ping." purporting to contain a codq giving Instructions about vladucta, brldgea and buildings that were to be blown up, were rend before tbo federal grand Jury In connection wttb Ortte McManlgal's confession regarding the dynamite con. splracy. This signature, according to was not that of the McNa maras, but was used by another per- Blii Lewis Stopt Dixie Kid. IJverpool. Eng. Harry Lewis, tin middleweight, defeated American Dlxlo Kid In tbe eighth round ot a contest here. Lew- scheduled was entirely too clover for bla colored opponent d French Wlnet Are Up In U. 8. New York. The latest Increase In tbe cott ot living Is noted In a Jump skyward of tho prices of French wines. 'Hie Increase varies from 25 cents to $1 a quart on the popular champagnes. Liner Wrecked; Fifty-Thre- Indian Edit a Newspaper. Pipestone, Minn. Tbe only paper In Minnesota printed and edited by Indians, tho Pipestone Teace Pipe, baa made Its appearance, and will be devoted to news of the government Indian school here. e Glasgow. Tho Hall liner Wlnslow Hall was wrecked on the Buchan wick, of Masslllon. O. Fllnn Is 32 years old. and hhi wlfe Hocks on tbe coast ot Aberdeenshire. carrying 68 ot her crew of 87 with Is 20 yenrs his wnlor. Tbo wedding took her. Tbe majority of th crew ere niece, plaoo at the bomo ot tho brMe' Mrs. Geo. W. Uarr Ijvecars. Perish. Pittsburg. After n oourtwhln of eight years nnd dcsplto tho kindly opposition of his father, Ralph FWnn, u ntvonto in excluslvo soclul circles hero and a aon of ex Statu William Fllnn, niultfmllllomilro coutrnotor and polttlclau, waa married In Now York to Mm. Wurringlon Warwick, widow of former Congressman John 0. War. Youth Marries Widow, Jannary 25, 1912 YOUNG THE CITIZEN. BOYS SHOULD LEARN Many Little Things That Appear to Be Unimportant In Early Youth Count for Much Later On. Page Thre& Reconciliation to God By Rev. James M. Grty, D. D., Dean of Moody Bible Institute, Chicago i mm FUNNY FACES MADE OF PAPER Kasy Way for Young Artltt to Draw uroteauue Picture Many Amus-- I no RatuUa Are Obtained. Hum is tin easy way for young art.n tniw tunny mid grotesque pltfnrs. Crampln a pleco of paper tn yaar hand and plnco It on a sheet All young bii) a sr.outd Ut ' pinna so that a aharply outlined To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To run. swim. learn' I flesh through death." Why say "thn body of his llesh?" Why not say "hla body" without adding "flesh?" Bo-- I cause thero was a heretical sect In that day which denied tho materiality or Christ's body They bcllovcd In spiritual, but not a material, mediator-ship- i. Berea Printing School Si. ALCOHOL carro. bo neat. mnk a lire. be punrlunl. do an errand. cut kindlings. aing If they can. hang up their hats. But Christ had a re.il body and real flesh and real blood which he offered In propitiation for our sin, ho passed ' through real suffering and died a real death, Such Is tho teaching of this J I Department of Berea College (Tho Citizen is a specimen of our work.) PRINTS USE IS CONDEMNED vcrto. IV. respect their teacher. hold their heads erect help their mother and sister wipe their boots on the mat read aloud when requested. cultivate n cheerful trmpor. sew on their own buttons. help Uie boy smaller than Anil you, that were ometlme sllrnatrd ami enemies In your mind by wicked tvorkn, yet now hath he reconciled. In the body cf HI flesh through death, to preernt you holy and unblameable and TUXT. uniirovrahle In Ills eight: It ye continue In the faith grounded and eettted, and be not moved anruy from the hope of the gmpel. which ye have heard. -- Colotatan It xl-s. them-solve- Crampled Paper. hudow will be cant, either from tbo gn llsht or n caudle placed on tho Trvce tho outllno on the paper, and hrn try to inakn a human tacu out ot ilitt ixuictl ruivrkn. Many amusing it hid thus) nhtalnnd, and other rmmoteaa may easily bo mnde rlthor To speak pleasantly lo an old woman. To put every garment In Its proper place. To remove their hats on entering a bouse. Not to tease boys smaller than themselves. To keep their finger nails from wearing mourning. To be as kind and helpful to their filters as to other boys sisters. To close (ho door qalotly, especially when there is a sick person In tho house. To tako pride in halng their mother nnd sisters for their beat friends. To treat their mother as politely aa If aho wero a strango lady who 'td not spend her llfo in their service. If thoy do nnythlng. to tako their mother Into their confidence, and. abovo all, never to lie about anything they have done. When their play Is over for the day, to wash their races and handa, brush their hair aud apend the evening in the house. Not to take the easiest chair In tho room and put It directly In front or the fire and forget to offer it to their mother when she comes In to sit down. To make up their minds not to learn to smoke, chew or drink, remem- v3aV v$aaTsV The apostle Paul is bere speaking of Jesus Christ as the ono In whom all the fullness of tho Godhead by dwells and whom It pleased to the father re o o n c i 1 JouruaJ. bering these things are not easily unlearned, and that they aro terrible drawbacks to good men. Not to grumble or refuse when asked to do sorno errand which must be done, and which would otherwise take the tuno ot some one who has more lo do than themeclves. Somervllla SAVINGS BANK QUITE NOVEL One of Recent Novelties Is Clock and Depository Combined Must Deposit Coin In Timepiece. Ono of tbo recent novelties patented is a combined clock and savings bank designed by u Chicago man. Why a Havings tank and a clock should bo combined will not at onco be apparent. Tbo idea would teem ridiculous, ns theso two articles bavo no apparent relationship. The of tho Inventor has meroly boen to Increase tbo usefulness of tbo bank and assure that tt will be accom- Ho constantly employed. sav-ing- n Funny Faces Result. by mowing rim enedte to nnother r crumpling the pupcr In a tltfcnem tthapo. Ttivtio ore a tow which tho artist Hi) to show tho young Traders how. (U courao only tho outllnce nro furnhfhwl, no that tbo readers must draw ta Iho rye, hair and ears from ttwtr own kmiglnulion. pur-pos- o PASTIME OF ONE SYLLABLE Re- Oarne to Oe Conducted Properly quires That Company Be Seated In Circle How Played. To ceoaVKi this pime properly the rompany nfaoald be boated In a circle, a ttAj nnd guitleruan alternately. A lady brciBA by asking a queatlon of neighbor, to which ho her right-hanrnuwt refdy by a word of ONE SYLLABLE, T he lnouni a forfeit fur each rilra pyUnbto. mo, air, to ask Kirwt Lady If yon lovo music? Kirn Goat. Yes. (Ho then questions the next ponton on his right.) I'my. itatkun. what wood do you think the best fior making chalraT fie rood Lndy Oak. I'teaso tell me, dr, who thlnka himself tho boat and wittier.! wan la tho world? Sotxttxl Oeut I. TIl me, Mary, do ou like hot weather? Third Lndy No. What kind or pcojAo do you think prosper most In Urn worW ? Thiol Owit. Pools. Ilavo you much mid In your composition? Fourth lady Nono. Aro jou very romantic? Funrtli Gent. No. Rut which Is the handnomrr, you or mo? Fifth luly I. What sort of a girt do you think I am? Fifth Gcat. Mad. Do you llko red or wfcUo wtto best? Sixth l.ady lUd. Now, Edward, aro yon hind f sugarplums? Slxah Gout Itathcr. This ui a word of two syllables nnd ubcuta tho speaker to a forfeit. A forfeit ta also Incurred when a question or unawcr onco mado Is repented. Tho ganio may bo continued as long as U1.1 Lntcrcst keeps up. They Dldnt Count Small llarold wad watching a ot aoldlera marching by, beaded Jby a bond. "Mamma," said he. "what's all tbeu soldiers that don't I bo who inuko wualc?" regt-me- Novel Savings Bank. Practical Work Necessary. When wo deal with poverty. w must furnish both soup and salvation. Soup is no substitute for salvation. When wo touch thla tnoro aw-fproblem seriously, we shall find no church too sacred to provide something for the vacancy of tho lives of these, our sisters, when we havo clos--d the dance halls against them. One rescued eirl In wnrth nil nnr What Are Wicked WorksT organs, pows This enmity need not show Itself puipita. walnutrescuing nnd mahogany The of her In tho necessarily in giving way to tho lower church nnd by the church. In our temand basor appetites or the body. ples, by our temples, will authenThere are cultivated men and women ticate and message. our This alone may who are ablo to control theso appe- nave our temples, and give thorn agaLi tites, but who aro at tho samo time rightful place ot Influence In humorales to God in their mind I. o., their civilization. Itcv. Frank tn their modes of thought and reeling, man which aro contrary to his revealed will. And this enmity must In the The Power of Gold. very nature or the case, show Itself In Deluded rolk Imagine that they can "wicked works." All works Indeed, however moral in the eyes or men. secure satisfaction and happiness by aro wicked works in God's sight It buying things with gold. Wo get food wrought outRldo of Christ, because tor the soul by giving, not by getting. they aro part of that system of world-line- s Think of one woman willing to bo a and sin which is inimical to dummy to wear around $300,000 worth of Jewels, such aa is reputed to bavo him. II. Second, he shows tho source of been on the person of one passed by our reconciliation, which Is God him- the customs officers the past week. self. "Yet now bath bo reconciled us." She must bavo been outmatchod In The very one frosi whom we were beauty and value by the gems. Only alienated and against whom we were that which grows from the Inside out enemies Is tho ono who reconciles us. adds value to tho individual. Rev. C. F. Reisner. Episcopalian. New York "He who might tne vantage best have took Money Mad. Found out tba remedr." Do not marry a young lady, whose This Is grace, especially when we mother holds her for ealo to tho highunderstand that tt does not mean pri- est bidder. She wishes to marry a marily thot we became reconciled to fortune uot a husband. Rev. E. N. God. but that God became reconciled As key, .Methodist, Sharon, Pa. to tu. This be did by taking that sin out of tbo way which was the barrier Service. to Ills reconciliation. Our need is for men who underIII. This leads Paul to speak, tn the stand the great principle of Christian third place ot tho means ot our living, that greatness Is not achieved reconciliation which was tho work of by wealth and prosperity, but by servChrist tor us on the cross as our sub- ing others. Rev. E. T. Baroody. Presstitute Saviour, "In tbo body ot his byterian. Savanna. 111. J Gun-sattlu- things unto himself. By "all things." however, he does not mean all things universally or absolutely, for that woatd includo not only tbo souls of tho condemned, but the demons In holt and even satan himself. But ho means all the things which It has pleased the father from the beginning thus to reconcile. The detlnlto article In the Greok suggosta this as the thought, which ts made clear by the other teachings ot the lilblo on the earn subject Among those things which it pleased tho father to reconcile to himself are the believers on Jesus Christ and it Is of their reconciliation especially that Paul here speaks. 1. First he shows our need of reconciliation, by telling us that wo were "sometime alienated aud enemies In our mind by wicked works." "Sometime" covers the whole period of our lives from physical birth to our new birth by tho holy spirit. Ail tbat tlmo the natural man Is alienated from God. And not only alienated, but bostiio to God. an enemy, as the text says. all And this brings us to the fourth which Is tho result of our reconciliation, presented "holy and without blemish and uncharged In God's sight" This Is trtto immediately of every believer tho moment ho accepts Christ by faith as his Saviour Oh. If everybody in this and world only know aad believed thatl If they would only pauso In tho rush of things and listen to It for a slnglo moment! Of course, tt does not mean that this Is experienced by the believer tho Instant be so belloves. but that It become tru of him In a Judicial sense before God In that Instant The Battle of Concord Bridge. At the battle of Concord bridge, at the beginning of the revolution, when John Buttrick gave the command lo fire It was to British subjects he gave it but It was obeyed by American citizens. In other words, in that Instant their condition became changed though tho experlenco ot that change was a thing of growth. So the instant a man takes Christ as hla Saviour ho stands herons God free from the guilt of sin. without blemish and without charge. And this (a grace! Tho final point In tho lesson is the proof of our reconciliation, which Is that wo "continue In tho faith, rooted and grounded and not moved away from tho hopo of tho gospel." Paul Is speaking not to tho false teacher who went out of the church, but to tho tnio believer who stayed in. Those who are true to the "faith delivf.rt once for all to the saints" have the point, d witness In reconciled to God. themselves that they aro speaker. m regard to alcoholism, tbe physicians wero united In declaring it a disease, though they differed widely In prescribing a remedy, the cures Indorsed ranging from tho workhouse to tbe present hospital treatment Dr. Henry O. Marcy. forme- - president of tho American Medical association, declared tbat tbo movement In tho south was due to n realization of tbo social and economic porlls ot liquor drinking by the laboring classes, especially tho negroes. Tbe American Society for the Study of Alcohol and Other Narcotics waa organized in 1870. and was the first medical association tn the world to take up the study of alcohol and tho diseases following its use. from a scientianti-alcoh- RMl'ORTS, SIMMONS AND BOOKS IN THH BEST Alcohol was placed In n cntegory MANNKR. AND f.OWKST AT with smallpox virus and tuberculosis bacilli by most of the medical experts PRICKS. who addressed tho meeting ot tho Your patronage U asked to holp American Association lor tbo Study student), and to insure and Curo or Inobrlety and Alcoholism, held nt Washington. D C. It was your getting your monoy'H worth. denied a placo In therapeutics, except sldo by side with poisons. Alcohol as CALL- AT THH OPk'IOH OR 3F.ND a baso for popular beverages of the ORDK1LS BY MAH,. YOU WILL tlfcTT future Is doomed, according to many of tbo speakers, and has a uso only as a SATISFACTION. TKRM3 CASH. ADfuol Tor power producing All the DRESS breweries and dUtlllertei now In the country will not bo adequate for tho production of tbe alcohol needed when engines for IU economical nnd effecBEREA, KY. tive use nro pcrfocto-J- , said one - Placed In Category With Smallpox Virus and Tuberculosis Bacilli by Most Medical Erperts. HANIMlH.I, CARDS, Berea Printing School Houses to Rent To those who have children to edu- cate and wish to reside In Berea for a longer or shorter time to enjoy its educational advantages, the Collego has a number of houses, large and mall, some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable term. Address fic point of view. tho profession and public pomo scienconclusions tific nnd authoritative concerning the alcohol problem, based on laboratory and clinical research, Irrespective of all present theories aud measures for Its control. Over thirty papers on different phases of tho subject nore read hy some of tho most eminent men In tbe profession, showing that tbe alcoholic problem has a medical and scientific Importance of equal magnitude to any otber health and hygienic topic LIQUOR Efforts of win held la to an Invitation from leading men at tho Capital city, to present to Tho recent session THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. THE Berea Hospital Nurse Training School of Berea College EVIL Being IN LIVERPOOL plUhes this by requiring the deposit ot a coin In the bank before the clock can bo wound. Unless tho coin is deposited tho clock becomes useless. Tho amount of the coin deposited ts by tho size ot tho slot In controlled tho Bavtngs bank. Tbo number at deposits can also bo increased by requiring a dally winding of the clock, in this way a certain sum must be added to tbo hank each day previous to each winding or thn clock. After tho clock bns boon wound and the key removed, tbo mechanism assumes Its normal position so that tho clock cannot bo wound again without the deposit or a coin. Life In the Future. Death Is but a stage of development Wo enter the future very much as we havo left tbo present life. We will progress In knowledge. In holiness. In happiness or In tho evil courses and teudencles of our earthly lives, und in view or this fact bow Important becomes tho stato In which wo enter llfo prepared or unprepared, sensual or spiritual, tbo servants of God or ot the evil ono. In the light or this truth or Immortality what grnndeur uttaches to life! How Incalculably tt Is Increased In vuluo when wo see It under the nspoct of eternity! What caro ono should havo to his acts whed they are seeds reaching out Into undying ages! How different become our alms nnd plans' uben they are not o bo hrokon by death, but to bo carried forward on larger scalo herenftorj Rev Junius B. Remensnydcr, Luthoran, New York. this incident: occasion told mother she must have trust iu God. 'But I do she answered. 'What good does It do you?' ho asked. 'You trust In God nnd worry all the time. It's Just as If I should pay my passago through to Albany In the cars and then walk up all tho way." Trust with an "If" the trust that Is really not trust, but merely a doubtful hopo Is what tho most or us have. 'Mr. Beeclier on ono Influence Decided by Character. Kvcry day or our lire wo nro exerting an Influence. Our actions aro all prompted by some secret motive: whether puro or Impure, selfish or unselfish. It Is not so much tbo act that makes an Impression as It Is the motlvo behind the act. We may. however, deceive folkB for a while by hiding the motives of our acts; but tho tlmo cornea that tbey shall bo mado We uro all tho while Inmautfeet. spiring others with the samo motives Necessity for Trust. Thus wo Some recent reminiscences of a by which we aro Inspired. Now York woman who, as a child, ure leading couls toward God. or away went with her patents to Henry Ward from him, toward heaven or toward W S. llottol. Buerber's chi'Th in Brooklyn. Include perdition FASHIONABLE BOOKMARKS. character or ot drunken habits or whose appearance Is not respectable should bo refused altogether. are served 3. That when women tbey shall only bo served onco and shall not bo allowed to treat each otn-e- r tc drinks. 4. Tbat women shall not bo allowed to remain an undue length ot tlmo upon promlsef. 5. Licensees shall refuse to supply a messenger known to bo sent by any person who has been rofused drink on the premises. In all new transfer agreements a clause is to be Inserted the effect of which will be to secure a unllorm minimum charge ot G cents a pint for ale, beer and stout consumed on tbe premises. Four cents Is to be tho ' prlco tor outdoor trade. Betore tbe was campaign against druukenncss started tho competition between the different public house keepers was very keen. Mild alo was sold at many bars at 'i cents u pint. For several years tbo Institution known as the "long pull" was In voguo. This "King pull" meant a drop over, and before It was put down by tho Justices meant an average pint and halt for the prlco ot a pint. HAS BEST Qi'ERATINf. ROOM Made for Suppression In English City Drunkenness AND ALL MODKltN APPLIANCES Women Are Affected. FOR CAKE OK A LIMITED NUMBER Tho Liverpool Justices have been OP PATIENTS. HOSPfTAL TREATcriticised since they began, a tew MENT OREATLV INCREASES PROS years ago, to make efforts toward the reduction of drunkenness tn tho city. PECTS Of RECOVERY. A correspondent of tho New York Sun wTltes: Their latest condition, laid Rates One Dollar a day and up. down before granting tho annual liBond for prompt pnyniont required. censes, will cause another storm. The conditions mainly apply to the serving For further particulars address of women. They nro as follows: 1. It ts necessary tbat tbo strictest vlgltanco sbouM be exercised In serving women at all. 2. That any woman of known bad BEREA, KY. THE BEREA HOSPITAL THIS tt Kacy fairy woars. I do daclart, A llttlo Lady's slipper. And when slit drlnka. tho butMr la useful ua a dipper. out A woman who reads a great deal and who always keep two or three books going at the same time, hit What'a tht Use? Buadnjr School Teacher Scatter arotu of klndiiesd. Jekaay Subishs Wbat'a the use? Tb otdekena will get 'em. panuot A mushroom la Aa well as a supper labia At tea. t s'pom llw Hur-ll- ll As loud as It la ablet Hex candles are the fl n To Ibftit bar to bet pillow, Aral In a weed, there's milk ' Her Uttto Puaay-wUlo- hr Hoc tt (ee4 upon tho notion or using fashion palter ladles for bookmarks, tbo modish little personages being clipped from a fashion magazine that uses a heavy cream paper lor Its pages. The Idea proved so succersful that now the makes paper doll bookmarks for her trtonds, providing each Utile paper lady with a back of white cardboard Along Practical Lines. Tbe place tor reform Is tbo drinking placo. mako it better. Make it respectable, as tt Is in Sweden. In many of tbo cities there tho objections to tho oaloon have disappeared because tbo drinking places havo been regu-l- a d. Thero aro no screens Drunken men aro not permitted to buy liquor, power. Children, of course, aro not permitted to buy. Soft drinks ami food aro sold lu connection vrith the place and tbey OURj AD. RATES ARE RIGHT are pushed to tho front. But most ot CALL ON US all, the company In charge or the IsatSalVZSS Is only permitted to make a business certain percentage of profit. All over and sometimes touching np the figures that goes to tho city. If our American with transparent photograph colors. reformers would work aloug practical lines of progress such ua these, thuy would accomplish that TRADE MORAL Tho quality ol HOUSEHOLD HINTS. uomctbiot: uslug furniture polish one would live. Before what you have to sell is known shonld thoroughly wasb the piece to some people all of the ti.no with warm soapsuds. After carefully Drink la Pr.sstng Enemy. drying, apply the polish, und Jf the "Tbe most pressing cuomy Is and all of the people some of furniture has no checks or cracks In drink. It kills mure thau all our new-es- t the varnish It will shine and look llk weapons of warfare, and not only the time, but advertise regunew. destroys tbe body but tbe uilud and To banish the odor of paint, plac a Lord Wolaclji, larly with us and you'll reach out aa well." pan of cold water ta the room ovor all of the ueople all of the tima.. night this community. 3 Mr. Merchant You say g you've cot it olL You're them all they'll buy, anyhow. But at the same time you would like more business. J Make thb community buy more. 3 Advertise strongly, consistently, judiciously. J Suppose you can buy a lot of washtubs cheap; advertise a big washtub sale in this paper. Put in an inviting picture of a washtub where people can see it the minute they look at your ad. Talk strong on washtubs. And you'll find every woman in this vicinity who has been Getting along with a rickety washtub for ycar3 and yearo will buy a new one from you. J That's creative business sell-in- nd. is directed at the who has all the business in his line in Page Four. THE CITIZEN. was Mr. Will Swoi of Lexington In town last week. Mr. John Gabbard was In Richmond at tho first of tho week. Miss Lillian Newcomer delightfully entertained a number of her friends nt her home, Monday evening, In honor of Mr birthday. The children belonging to tho Junior Kudenvor of tho Union church greatly onjpyed a social blveu hy Mrs. C. F. Itunlold at her home, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. ltumold has charts of tho Junior Kndearor. Rev. J. N. Edwards of Oklahoma, preached nt tho Baptist Church, Mrs. Dodgo f.inuary 25, 1912. writes la. from Unicoi, considerable skill In adjusting thoir Tmncssoe, that sho nnd Prof. Doriw 'material to (ho nudleiico. No feature of tho collegn llfo In nre en Jo) lug good henlth nnd that they hnve made visits to tho nearby more worthy of encouragement than Ono cannot schools whero they have met a num- tho Intursoclety debato. attend without a realization of tho ber of Berca graduates. power that still belongs to tho spoken Mr. John I Slmwver of lMlofon-tnlnword nnd Its ability to movo men. Ohio, Is spending n few days J. R. Robertson. ut Horen, enrouto for n trip throiuh the South nnd Is stopping nt llcrca BASKET BALL" to look Into our Agricultural work Tho fourth game of tho baskethere. He Is Riving nomo Interesting agriculture lectures In Prof. Clark's ball series of Collego vs. Academy wilt bo played on Saturday, Jan. 27, classes. nt 2 p. in. Of tho preceding games For an example of the work done tho Collego has won two, tho Academy Sunday morning and evening and has by tho new Printing School, soo the one, nil of tho contests havo been been holding services each evening selection In tho center of tho last closely fought nnd tho coming gnmo pago. Don't full to read it also for will be n good one. About 2T,0 en of this week. Mr. James Bundren and con who the sentiment expressed. thusiastic rooters were present two have betfn making an extended trln weeks ago. Come early and mako Tho Rev. Park W. Fisher of Demwith relatives In town and tho vici- urest, Ga., was tho guest fur two days sure of a good seat. nity returned, Saturday, to their nt tho beginning of tho week of Prof, You pay or homo at Drownsbtirg, Ind. YrM.C.A7 NOTES and Mrs. Dlnstnoru. Mr. Fisher was Mrs. K. F. Dlzney has been confinon his way to Knott County whfre men Kncli week, thu number of ed to her home for some tltno with In and his wife have n Social Settle- engaged In voluntary lllblo Study in lngrippo and throat trouble. They are building a ment center. I.nst Thursday nigui Mrs. Jones Rlrdsong of Cleveland church on Mill Creek nnd expect to creases. men were enrolled In 34 classes, 3(0 is visiting home folks, Mr. and Mrs. Innbn fltnlr li.tttwi ftira Borea Drug Company, agents lor J. W. Fowler. being In attendance, a percentage of Standard Magazines and Pcrodlcals. had a S1.5. Tho following lenders Mr. II. E Bingham is happy ovvr THIRD SUCCESSIVE VICTORY attendance: Mtintz, Gllllgon, Rev. Perry Schrock, a graduate of tho arrival of a fine daughter nt hU 8 C. Fagnn, Loggans, Griffith, Kerr, Berea and pastor of a church In Deer home, Monday morning. FOR PHI DELTA rinuery, Matson, Collins, Kittson, Mrs. W. G. Smith and children of Park, Washington, has been recento O ly called to tho pastorato of tho ConMartin, Flint, 8iem"ro and DaRichmond are visiting In Berea. NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A o The annual debate betwoen tho gregational church In Salem, Oregon. Mrs. Rldguuny, assistant Librarian, two College societies was held In tho vison. VARIETY OF SOURCES Tho names of 30 men wero prujioaed Ol Rev. Thos. Faubush Is conducting vho has been sick for two or threo Chattel on Friday night. A largo nnd nnd accepted for membership Suna very successful ruvlval near Slato wocks Is now much improved and greeted tho enthusiastic audience day night, making a total of 335 meml.lck. lie Is from Middle Fork, Jack-to- n will soon bo at her ost again. Mr. Frank Jones lost two horses The question discussed wan 2S0 County. Bring your incubators, brooders ex "Resolved that the U. S. should main- bers In tho Association. Over this week, they being taken with n men wero present nt tho meeting and Luis R. Gultart, a student last year, anything else that needs repairing to by eating moldy nnvv emial In strength nnd disease caused tain a several took part In the discussion greetings of the season from corn. This disease has become quite sends the Tin Shop on Jackson Street im (efficiency to that of any of tho world on "Friendship." Next Sunday tho Cardenas, Cuba. cold or rainy days. Phono 7. alarming in Madison and adjoining lowers." CITY FIIOMK 153 Mission Committee will havo charso Mr. James Coyle, who last year was Mr. John Gerdes, a graduate of BeThe affirmative of this proposition of tho meeting. Office over Berea Bank St Trust Co. Counties. Ninety horses having died In the dry goods business and whose In Madison, recently. store was burned some months ago, rca, formerly a member of the firm was maintained by Messrs. Llcht-ward- t, CONCERT SATURDAY" NIGHT Mr. Wolford Johnson who was hero Matfcon and Scoles of the Al-- 1 now has charge of tho furnlturo de- of Butler & Gerdes, Counsellors at BRECK DAN In school last year was over to atLaw at II Park Row, New York and pha Zeta society nnd I ho nogatlro partment In Welch's store. Mr. Coylo Those who fall to attend tho conj Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock tend the debate and visit old friends. Is an energetic young business man 44 Court Street, Brooklyn, Bends no- 't.y Messrs. Wlllett, Slaglo and cert given In tho Chapel, Saturday INSURANCE Mrs. Emma Potchell and little son, and the effect of his energy and tice that the old firm has been disof tho Phi Delta. etenlng, by tho Scheldkret Hungarian William, left Monday for Perkins, 111., smiles Will sign your bond. Is already pcrccptlblo Tho Judges wero Rev. Charles K. Orchestrn will miss ono of tho greatat solved and Mr. Gerdes will now conBroadway, Brown, of Cincinnati, Pres. J.L. Clark, tinue his practice at 42 est musical treats that has ever been Richmond, Ky. to make her home with her sister, Wolch's Pbone 505 Mrs. Davis. WANTED: All your turkeys and New York. Tho Citizen extends to of Kentucky Wesleyun College, WinIn Berea. Mr. Gardes best "wishes for continued chester nnd Prof. J. R. Johnson of TIME TABLE. This company Is no experiment, for The ltttlo son of Mr. John Bower Is chickens at a good price. J. S. Gott, success In his law practice. the Richmond Normal, North Bound Locxl 'tl'oy wero hero threo years ago, and critically ill at the hospital with pneu- Do pot Street. .Mr. George Hoffman, a young bus10:65 p. m. monia fever. Altho his condition FriA good movement has been inau7:00 a. m. Knoxvllle Tho afflnnatlvo urged the benefit nil who heard them nro unanimous In 3:62 a. in. day was very serious, ho Is now some gurated by the merchants of tho iness man of Chicago, with his ton 1:04 p. tn. BEREA. tho best tho world that would follow from their decision as t it, town. By agreement all dry goods George, Jr., has been visiting Secre7:45 a. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati the U. S. becoming a world owr; ri Its Mud ever brought to Dcrmi, better. and clothing stores will closo at 7 tary and .Mrs. Morton for a few days. the South Bound Local Ith tho possible exception of tho conki to our It's tho cosiest way to make money, p. m. It would seem that the hard- Mr. Hoffman, Sr., has returned to his own profit that would such a policy lkistotila Utchestrn Inst fall. Seventj-(iv- o 8:15 p. m. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati country through ware and furnlturo stores might Join business at Chicago, but the young by the development 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. in. "Save tho Difference." BEREA cents gets a M'asoii ticket for of commercial sen will remain for some timo. 5:69 a. m. Knoxvllle 5:55 p. m. Mr. Tom Robinson, an old resident them. inlntlons. Thy showed that tho pres-en- t this nnd thrtu other great numUm. Express Trains of Berca, and now of Burning Springs, readjustments among tho na- Get them at Ilena Drug Store, Stop to tako on and lot off passenwas here, Sunday. tions offered an opportunity for tho Welch's Drug Store, The gers from bojrond Dayton, O., or from U. S. to take tho first placo anion,; store or nt tho door, Saturday night. Mr. BurUinrt of Harlan was lu Atlanta and beyond. the nations ami that such it counw Berea, Monday, on business, and also FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE South Bound would bo n benefit to all. They spoko to visit his son who Is In school here. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati For salo or exchange for othr of It as an Investment which would Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Porter, one of 11:44 a. m. BEREA look to (ommorclnl advancement ra- stock, ono 3 year old Jack, well broour most highly esteemed families North Bound ther than u menace which would draw ken, ono Registered Percheron stalBEREA left for San Antonio, Texas, Monday 4:46 p. in. lion, C years old. All ready for sr-lcus Into war. night. A farewell toclal was glvon 8:37 p. tn. Cincinnati A few fresh Jersey cows. j Tho ueKntlvt opcsfd the proposiin their honor, Saturday evening. It J. W. Hcrndon. R. D. No. 1, tion Involved Hi tho question, beoaus Is with regret that we tec Mr. an.l Ilerca, Ky. Mr. J. P. BIcknell preached at .Mt. It was unnecessary for a nation not Mrs. Porter leave, but wish them th Zlon, Sunday. liable to war, having so small a liter "WANTED greatest success ,ln their new home. Miss Mary Robinson who underwent chant marine, and so well protected Four or five lonls of good wood a slight operation at the hospital, In war by natural defences, to have rentier green nor totten. Call at The Is Improving nicely. 'a largo naty. They urged tho muiiaco C'tlsen office. call your attention to Mr. Joe Bender caine over Friday 'to hci that would follow such a to attend the debate. Iiiioiu nnd showed tho Inconsistency 2 cans Tomatoes and I Corn, 25c DAY, on On icf our advocacy of arbitration and It looks like everybody trades at From now, henceforth and ever after 3 cans Corn 25c this day we will dispose of all Shirt while wo Increased tho liuvy. Welch's. . .25c Thy asserted the Impractical nature 3 cans Peas Miss Mattle McGuIro Is visiting Skirts and Cloaks. They must go. of tho plan, tho great cost Involved, 3 cans Pic Peaches friends hero this week. 25c tho diversion of our resources from Heavy Syrup Tnble Peaches, 20c Mrs. Chas. Cllft and son who have mow biifiral chunuels and the oppo- 2 cans Waldorf Corn been visiting relatives and friends j In the most attractive, com25c building in modious, fcinco the holidays returned to their sition of public opinion to tho meas- 2 cans Waldorf Peas 25c ure. home In Indianapolis, Ind., last week. ' Berea. With a line of merWaldorf Tomatoes . chandise that will please every .. 15c Miss Etta Lewis of the class, '10, Tli" Jud-- t. decided In faor of- - Urn one. 5c per pound who took a temporary position as liegatlto. The debate it should . Navy Beans principal of Buckhorn College provCome in and See Us said, was. a highly creditable, one on Choice Dried Peaches, 12' c " ed so satisfactory In her work that both sldm. Thtt eaki'r showed inAT The New Brick Building with . dustry in study of tho the ha3 been appointed as a teachsr good the Handsome Plate Judgment in selection of arguments, and will remain there- until the close Glass Windows and force In presenting them. Tho of school. Main St. Hotel Block was one that Inter sted tho Coal oil 10 cents per gallon at audh lice and th' spinkcrs Delivers show d COMPLETE STOCK o, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, LADIES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES E. F. COYLE less get more I g.O.O.O.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0,0.0.0,0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0,. ? LOCAL PAGE I Kll-bur- n, DR. BEST, DENTIST H. Gab-I'bn- rd UtN, a. LADIES! We our LADIES' Saturday, January 27. Waists, e. At Home te P-- Zbc IRachet Store j "Save the Difference" ' on TATUM'S Any Time Look what We H civ Suits and Overcoats $20.00 Suit or Overcoat for $14.50 10.50 15.00 Suit or Overcoat for 10.00 Suit or Overcoat for 7.50 n iuii for $6.00 At m.j i i it;o money-savin- An All ?? unci no Wi, rjL for $7.00 for 6.00 for 4.75 JUUllO r WE HAVE CUT THEM almost in halves. Cost and real values have been disregarded in making these sale prices. This is not a hurrah sale of trash and carried-ove- r merchandise, what we are offering is all New High Grade Winter Goods, which we don't want to carry over. We want to start each season with a new, clean line of geeds g opportunity is of interest to you, read this "ad." and have made these unusual low prices to sell out and make room for spring goods. If a real Men's High Top Shoes Shoes Worth $8.00 -" " 6.00 .. " " " Boys' Overcoats and Suits Ladies'& Misses' Long Coats greatly reduced prices Coats worth Si 5.00 " " 12.50 10.00 - Ladies' Skirts All Colors and Materials - for 4.50 for 3.50 for 3.00 All -- Heavy Underwear Garments worth 50c - 4.00 - for 40c d.50 4.50 - for $10.50 for 8.75 - for 7.50 for 4.25 - $10.00 Skirts 8.50 " 7.00 11 11 - for 3.00 5.00 3.25 for 3.50 for 2.25 These are only a few of the many bargains we are offering. It will be money in your pocket to buy now. charge goods at these prices. These prices take effect January 25, and will continue as long as advertised. Please don't ask for credit during this sale as we can't afford to "The early bird gets the worm." Come see what you can save. Berea HAYES & GOTT "W? Quality Store" Kentucky January 35, 1912. THE CITIZEN. ANNOUNCEMENT Page Five It Pays to Advertise A Good Thing! Since the first insertion of our ad in The Citizen two weeks ago we have installed sixteen new telephones for folks who read and think. Get the Telephone Habit it pays. Residence phone, free service to any part in Madison Co., $1.50 per month. BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED )ru-sen- To tho Democrats and Citizens of Mndlson County, Kentucky: I horoby announco my candidacy for tho office ot Judgo ot tho Madl- Bon County Court, and I will appro- clato and bo under many obligations to you for your support. If nomlnat- ed and clc&ted, I pledge myself to tbo enforcement ot tho laws ngalnst all offenders nllko; to show no partiality for or toward any one; to do tvorythlng I can for tho advancement of good roads without favoring any particular section of tho County; to treat ovcryono having business In my otflco courteously and kindly; to wclcomo you In tho offlco at nil times and to boo that tho tax payers get full valuo for every cent of money oxponded by tho County. Hoping to havo a favorablo consideration at . j Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? 1 ! j You buy the for less money same goods at Engle's Store Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, Flour, ' Meal, Sugar, Coffee Always The Best ycur hands, I am yours very truly, II. C. nice. i Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? Phone 60, days old. Tho burial was In the young man of miuh promise. LETTER FROM MRS, ROE To Mr. and Mrs. Lauwcll, Stephen Witt cemetery on Jan. 1st, a Heron DEITRIC- H- HITCHCOCK NOTK; A number of the friends ot largo concourse ot friends being t. friends extend heartiest congratula.(irs. Ho', formerly Mlm Itohluson, tions nnd best wishes for a life Miss Huth Deltrkh, who was In HemirprlHed her recently by Bending u The sorrowing ones were comfort- supremely happy. len qulto a whllo last year, having In tho ed by the unusual faith expressed by gift ot n benutlful Uihlo liinilo I might a private class In tfilc, and, College VodvsoiK deiurlinent, which the little boy In tho hope of a fuBOYS' CORN CLUB whose jathei ltf tho gcnlaf representaChrUtmnB gift and ture life and by tbo ministration of berved both ua a tive of tho American Hook Company, n tlolu)id wedding prcbent. Tlio fol- their friends. Since tho publication of our news was married Jan. 11, to Mr. Glenn lowing letter to Mm. Cowley la un Item two wcoks ago concerning tho Hitchcock of Nashville, Tcnn. Mr. lJ'a tHttMkH oppression ' winning of tho prizes for tho largest Hitchcock Is In business In that city PERTHA D. JOHNSTON number of bushels of corn per aero and stands high In social as well V. 123 Ostrunder Ave., Syracuse, N. On Saturday morning, Jan. 13Ui, In Kentucky by a old boy, 1. as business circles. Jan. 12, 1312. Uerthii 11. Johnston, aged 10 years V. Hooper, wo noto in Tho Richmond Cowley: .My dtar Mrs. and 10 months, daughter ot Mr. anil Climax a movement started by Prof. The tublu urrlved yesterday and .Mrs. Uranvlll Johnston, ot GUI Clevo-lf.n- d O. D. Smith of tho Richmond Normal FOR SALE today 1 havo removed all tbo wrapAve., Hamilton, O., passed Into looking to tho organization of a Hoys' On Center Street a good lot ping and bavo enjoyed IU Bturdy (lie realms ot tho Iieyond. She was a Corn Club for Madison County. Prof. as the John Bales nlaco. Housekiown and foreseeing tbo largo victim while buuuty . i of the dreaded wblto plague. Smith Is looking for 200 boys who will proportions foru-(ni- l. uaefulneBs which IU Miss Johnston was a member of undertake to show what can bo dono owo money. D. N. Welch. the KlrBt Ilaptlst church In Hamil- ou a scientific basis la corn raising I know tho nuuiea ot the dear ton and had boon regular In atten-danc- e lu Madison County. A prize of 185.00 If NEWS OF THE WEEK onea whoso kindness and generosity until her sickness confined her has been raised In tho Normal School (Continued from lint page liuvo prompted tbetn to send mo a lu the boin'i. She bore her suffering and In Richmond and will be given wedding gilt which I shall value very for two years, patiently and gently to tho boys who make tho best showSTKI'HKNSON KXONEHATED highly, 1 would write to each my and then, when tho bitter cold of ing. Tho seed corn will bo furnished Tho of tho Senato thanks. But as 1 do not, I must trust froze all tho laughing by tho State Commissioner ot Agriwhich Inquired into tho titlo of Senato you to let them each know that streams, and tho snow covered tho culture tor Stephenson of Wisconsin, the I am overcome with this unexpected earth as with a white fchroud, this It will bo remembered that Hooper oldest ineniber ot tho Senate, has evidence of their true and lasting lively flowtr faded. "Then fell tho rnlsed 145 bushels on an aero last made Its report and states that nothfriendship. Irost, the clear cold frost as fulls )tnr and cleared JG0.G1. Wo would ing was found that reflected upou No other place Is dearer to mo than the plague on men," and tho bright- like to seo somo Madison County bo his Integrity. Ho spent over a hunIn llerea and no other friends have ness of her smile wns gono from tho I a at that record. dred thousand dollars in securing his ever been to me what Bereft friends oi toted home. The dying testimony Wo havo also noted tlint Jackson election, but it Is stated that hla bno been, nor do I expect to ever wns that all was well. County has a corn club and tho boys opponent spent a larger sum. hmo other to take their places. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston hnd both over there nra also going to bo lu Wo wonder If this is a white-was- h So it glv mo un!oude! leal their fathers, at about tho same tho fight next year. like the report of tho Lorlmer compleasure to havo In our humble home time, two weeks previous to their mittee. this btmutlful and substantial table. daughter's death and then tbo followGOOD NEWS FROM PTNEVLLE It will be a dally reminder of tbo ing week Mr. Johnson received n MOUSE KEL.EASED hills of Kentucky nnd of the noble t'legram iitmouiuliig i'inmllle Is a thriving little city, l'res. Tnft on tho 1Mb commuted her mother's Seat of Hell County, ' the bentenco of Charles W. Morse, men and women ot tho lleren faculty death near Hls.li llrldge, Ky. Thy the County who nrtt trotmformliig thu lives if formerly lived In Jackson County. hi the point where tho Cumberland Now York banker uud Ico king, who thu young iteople there ntt efficiently (.v'rs. Johnston's maiden nume was serving a was UUer break, through tho 1'lno Mounsentence In tin anil as suee iwfiill) as the young in Atlanta, only two Holeomb. Mr. Johnston's father, Mr. tains. It h noted for its splendid l'enltentiarj have transformed the o:iU Kolmrt Johnttoii, died lu llerea only seeuery and hn3 many points of ex- )ears of which have expired. Ho Into my library table. cellence. his complete ficedoni but Is not a few weeks ago. I'hfimj convey to all of those, who A thing that has long marred what F'btored to civil rights. Tho President Seldom Is a family called upon to writ the table my sincere thanks an n'otirn the loss of so many of Its dear 1th that ixceptlon would have ben noted on tho advice of tho Attorney my bwt wiithes In which Dr. Hon one lu m short a time. Their grief a beautiful town Is the fact th.it General a.id the,.,Surgeon General of . up ma .mil), uuu, ins aciiou was pun;-l- y JhIiib. is sharrd by their many friends and rattle have been allowed to roam Josephine ltobliiRon Itoe. and down the streets, on vacant loti a matter of clemency owing to tho symiKtthy of all goes out to and could frequently by seen on tlu the serious condition of Mr. Morse's them. obTtuaries concrete pavements. Ifalth. At length nnd at last, though facADAMS LASVELL CHANGES HIS VIEWS TALUERT JACKSON ing tremendous opposition from tho j General 1. D. Grant Is reported owners, the city council has taken Tullurt, the little son of Mr. and Thursday last a message was action and after April 1st tho cows from Chicago to have written to a Mr. John II. Juckson. died at the fiom Cumberland (lap, Tenn., are to bo taken off ot tho Btrects. tiniperanco worker in Evaiuton that Imiho of III Clients at Mote, Monannouncing the marriage of Miss Sul- I'osslbly this action could not have he has changed bib views as to th? thly, Jan. 1Mb. The parents are la Adams to Mr. J. M. Iiswell. Will taken had not the Continental jarmy canteen. Ho has formerly and In their xrlef by Hih sincere Mls Adams stole a march ou her Coal Corporation tendered the frvo upeatedly recommended it, but now sympathy ol their neighbors and llonn friends by hieing oft to Cum-ute of loO ncies of land lying on.l'ino .expresses hlmeslf as oppoued, owing iruny frieiids. Also by the thougtit rland Cap where a beautiful little .Mountain for grazing purposes. jto tho changed conditions of tho that the death of thir little tli i.l wedding was solemnized at tho homo' Henceforth we shall expect to seo lust few years. Ui IhiI tbo answer to the demand Clark, Wed of Mr. and Mrs. I'luevllle more beautiful, more saul- WORLD'S CONSUMPTION OF of "Suffer little children to nesday evening, Jan. 17. Ury and more healthful. HUNKER COAL C4tme unto hih ami forbid them not" Mr. Clark is a cousin and life lorn; Tho suggebtlou that tho opening (bum of the groom. JAMES ROBERT. RICHMOND ORDINANCE ot the Panama Canal may render The bride, a teacher of two or three feasible the establishment ot a great James Hobrt, th sou ot Mr. and jears note and one of llerea Wt Do It ordained by tbo City Council American station for suplylug toal Urn. John Itlihiiiond. ot Cap, Koe'..-cak- loved girls. Is tho ehlest daughter ot ot tho City ot llorea, Ky., as follows: from tho mines of the Ujilted Stntes County, died at the home of Mrs. Nannie C. llrannamnu. limits of this city to vesstds of the world lends Interest That The groom is the efficient operahis imrenU, Dec. 3utli. VJU. lie was u agent at Orlando, and la n be reduced as follows, Ucgluulng at to an estimate prepared by tho Uu jours nine months and nineteen tor nnd a point ou tho L. & N. railroad whero of Statistics, Department ef tho corporate lino now crosses tho ( onimerce nnd Labor, of the coal iiald railroad north of tho IScrca De- consumption on thu oceans of tho pot, theaco a westerly courso to It . .world. Tho statement shows tho nm- W. Todd's farm oxcluding it, thence Lilt to be approximately 7S million a southornly courso to whero tho tuis per annum, valued at over 250 KENTUCKY branch crosses tho Llerea and Million dollars. turnpike, thonco a straight KILLED UY THE RAILROADS courso to tho resilino, a southornly It is said that more than ten thou dence ot Laura Spcnco on tho IIo-rand Asbury road, thence a sand perona were kllbul last btralght lino to tho L. & N. rail- by thu railroads In tho U. S. On first I'KRI'UMKRY. SOAP. SYHINGKS, BRUSHES. COMHS, road brldgo whero It crosses Brushy thought one Is appalled by these WATCIIKS. CLOCKS AND Fork nt J. W. Fowler's farm, thenco figures, but ho must remember that Handle The Purest and Best Goods down Bald creek with tho meanders tbero wero nearly a billion passJn-- g thereof to tho old original lino at rs and they havo travoled nearly or near tho old Joel Todd house, thirty billion miles, whllo of thoso thenco a straight lino westward to only :SSG wero killed, tho remainder, tho Ilottlo Itood Houso oxcluding It, making up tho ten thousand, being thenco northward a straight lino to mostly trespassers on railroad pro- PHONE C4. tho beginning. ptrty and tho employes ot tho comJ. L. Gay, Mayor. panies. More than half of tho llvs W. G. Englo, Clerk. that wore lost were duo to tho care . R. J. ENGLE, Ky. lessness on tho part ot some ono, often tho ono killed. This Is truo both In tho cases of employes and others. Tho number of deaths, of course Is entirely too largo and could easily by eliminating two reduced bo things carelessness and grado cross- In Scattlo, known as tho Alaska Squaro Deal League. Its purposo, ns tho name Implies, Is to secure for Al- lw ings. TO FIGHT VICE IN ATLANTA mid-winte- ; Tho Men and Religion Forward Movement has reached Atlanta and an organization Is being perfected to clear tho city of every form of vice, and especially tho "necessary ovlls." A special commlt-te- o of flftocn whoso duty It Is to look after this feature of tho cleansing process has pledged Itself to tho TO SEEK SOUTH POLE extermination of every place ot Captain Bartlett, who was with Perquestionable character In tho city. ry on his successful trip to tho North SQUARE DEAL'FOR ALASKA Polo, Is soon to take cbargo of an An organization has been formed expedition to tho South Polo. I askans and Alaska Interests fair treatment at tho hands of tho government. Alaska does not havo at present ovon a territorial government tho It has u larger population than either Washington, Oregon, Idaho or Montana when admitted Into tho Union. Tho first work of tho League then will be to insist upon homo lule or a territorial form of government. This It Is claimed, will put tno affairs of tho district In the hands of thoso who know something about It . wel-ng- h BEREA'S I MftDING HARDWARE STORE A COMPLETE LINE HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES j PriccsRight J. D. CL ARKST0N OivcUa MAIN STREET, near Bank j Call rs s 1 j 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. Leaf Lard, guaranteed pure. Kidd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. -- i n I ,U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. com-fsrt- Ji 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 llu-ku- CHESTNUT PETTUS C& PARKS STREET. BEREA, iDvuos, flfecotdncs, Chemicals We JKW'kLKY Val-lacoto- u ea )or 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 v. rite me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAV, you willalways get a square deal with Holiday If interested. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, Chester Parks The F e e d Ma n LOOK AT THIS! a i,i..m,ii,i ltiiimlii iii u .'UK nerert Stock anil Fruit Kami. Tliix land Is real kooiI UiiichIoiio blue rit mountain land, well watered. About (10 HCri'S III llllle wri"'! IWOUl liw,iwu ll. in wiw iiiiiuit, h liimn mm iii uu iim- litir nnd a groat number of locust postH. KIneHt stono for making llmo any Yvhero. Hheep llvo ou bluo graHK nil winter. Tills In one of tho best of Hheep rani'lii'H. also n wplcntllil fruit farm. It lias Krowins on it now about 2,000 huilih cl bearliin prnoli treeH; lf0 finely assorted budded applo trei'H, besliltH nil klmlHof Hinall fruit, Krapes, cherries, pUhuh, eto. This tract Iihk on It two irooil farm reslilenei'H. Onewlth Hplemlld collar ami In all ntioewsary outlmlldingH, niul omiHiileiulld stock barn, water of yard ,'J church, teiiumont houses, and Is In good neighborhood, within li inlhm Hchoolnnil post ollloo, 6 miles from Kail Hoad. county road dividing It I will sidl same as a whole or In two tracts as a wholo for 'J3.00 por aero on good tormn. Town loU and Imiiroved property In llerea, ICy. Hluegrass farms In Mftdlson ami Oarranl Cos., 6,000 acres lu 1 block. Timber and coal lands In Boutheastorn Kentucky all for sale at prices nnd terms to suit purchaser. Let mo hear from any one Interested. Dooley's For Everything To Eat In addition to our regular line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, which we 6ell every day, we have made special arrangements to supply your every want for the holidays. Our fruit line is everything that could be expected. We call special attention to our stock of Candies, which has been carelulv selected. We feel sure that if you allow us to take care of your candy orders you will be pleased. Prices are always right. G. D. Room 4, Bert HOLLIDAY Bank (& Trust Building J. P. BUCKNELL Bcrca, Ky. BEREA, KY. Patje Six. THE CITIZEN. January 25, 1912 iS'c3rvnKiM'r 1910 corywuiMT 110 ft ov TMrctNTunvco or THE aucctsa co 11 VN0P8I6. rwiip Caylay, aceuaed ) a rrlma of ahloh he la not cullty, from the In diagram and Ida affection for 1U rrtood. Lieut. Perry Hunter, (urn to JuUrxt. Caviar aeeka milltude, where lie. perfrcta a fl)'ln( machine, While itoarlnt ver tha Arctic? rtxlftna, tm pick up turtoualy ahaped stick ttn.tiad een In th saaaaln a hand. atoiintln; naaln, he a yacht anchored In the tiay. vmlltif naar thn aleamer, tin meets a airl on aa lee. Ho. Tie learna that tha (Molding and that name la ?irl'ayacht haa Jeannonorth to neek alert coma amy rrin of tier fattier, Captain I'Mdlnt, an arctlo plorr. CHAPTER lie Continued. Cayley could not contradict her, and he saw there was Itttlo need of trying to do 00. Slip had spoken simply, and rery gravely, but It was the years had not taken the, fltlng out of her grief. "He told you whore) u was?" he evl-de- asked "Oh, quite, exactly." nhe told hltn; 1m kiv ua latitude and longitude, and mapped thn coaf.t line. Bo you wre wrong, you moo. In what you Bald about cartographers. And tie gave the route by which with reasonabln fortune, Tve iiiIkIU find open water. "We had good fortune nnd we got here safely, but, of course, we were too late:. The hut on tho shore there la deserted. We hnva neen no signs of llf at all. Tho men ham gone ashore to search, ami there Is to bo a eun-flrif they find anyone attvo. Hut they lave tH,en out ell day nnd there, haa een no sound You will understand, 1 think, though, why I did not want to (rp tonight In my cabin In the ycht: why tho Ico nnd tho dome of 11 atari sprued butter." "Yrs." he nald, "I understand." yreeently, after a moment's musing, he added, "What seems strange to me. Incomprehensible altogether. In, that nun like your father, find bo many others, should rlak and lose their lives trying to reach tho pole." Tou can't understand that " she questioned surprlaed. "you, a man with wings?" "I suppose It's because of the Kings." ho answered her. "I Blept then; once, early this Hummer slopt and rested, and ate 11 meal." There " she echoed incredulously. -Where do you mean?" "At the pole, or within a half degree ttf It I won't guarantee my instruments, nor my observations any more accurately than that and It seomed a poor place to risk one's life trying to reach, .lust tho ler-pa; tho eternal nothing but tint." Then his eyes lighted a little, "nut I should tiko to go there orr.e time, in tho winter should like to fly straight ahead, for hours and Iiouri, through thn lung dark, until I could see the North Star squarely above uiy head In the zenith, the center of all the universe. That would sk flight worth having, I should think. Some day, perhaps, I shall try for It. And then one could go Htralght on across a weok or ten days would Ao It all from Dawson City, say, to bo a St. Petersburg." could you?" "Yes," bo said, "I could do It." "You're tireless, then?" sho asked. "You would go 011 flying, flying, without rest. Tor a week?" "1 don't fly." ho told tier, ''or hardly at all. The birds don't (ly, not these sreat sea bird that llvo ou tho wing. They sail; so do I " "Hut, then, don't you hive to go with tho wind?" "You've, sailed a boat, haven't you?" Toes asked by way if answer. "You put up a sail to catch the brewo, and then you make It force your boat right tip Into It; muko your boat go against tho wind. Iiv tho force of the wind Itaelf. That wan regarded us a miracle once when men first did It" "Of course," uho admitted, "but you lo that by tacking" "Thai's the wuy I do it by tacking, and tha force of gravity Is my heel " "Mow long huvo you lived like this?" to asked abruptly. "ftcsiry lived? Only ttireo months or so. I spent tho better part of five years learning to fly." "And you have down all ovor the "Dawson City to Ht. Petersburg!" ahe repeated; "only n creature of vlngit could put thcwM two cities In the rams sentence, oven In Imagination. And oven with you It must be Imaginary. You couldn't do It, really aorld?" "All over this most deserted patch of It." There was another uilenco, Then ahr said: "And wliut u contempt you the alleure with a natural, matter-of-fac- t question. "You way a searching party has set out from tfee yacht? Have thoy been long ashore?" "They set out only a little after sunrise. We camu Into the bay with the last of yesterday's twilight, and the Bight of thoao huts, at the edge of the shoro " her oice faltered a little, "nearly mnde us hope that the Impossible might prove true. We fired our signal cannon two or three timet and then sent up somo rockets, without getting any answer. It was too late to go aihore In the dark; so we had to wnlt a few hours for another sunrise. The few of us who were left on the yacht expected them back today before dark fell. Rut I suppose thorn's nothing to worry about In their not coming. They went equipped to pass a night ashore, if necessary. You don't advise me to begin worrying about them, do you?" Ho did not answer her question. He was recalling something which his amazing meeting with the girl out had, for n little here on the while, put quite out of his mind the weird, silent tragedy he had seen enacted a few hours before upon the glacier behind the headlnnd. The victim, the man in the leather coat, must have been one of the party from tho yacht; but It was impossible that thn little band of bis murderers could bo. No one freshly landed from the yacht would havo been dressed as they were, or would hnte been armed with dartsi With r.o better look at them than had been possible to him as ho huug above their heads, ho hnd been convinced that they were white; certainly, the leather-coateman had been talking to them, freely enough. In nngllsh. And yet, it white, thuy must havo been refugees survivors, it not oxpedl-tlou- , of Captain Fielding's then of some other, tragic, unreported ship wreck. Hut If they nore white men refugees, why had they fled from their hut at Bight of the yacht which came bringing a rescuo? Why had they driven that one luckless member of the rescuing party who fell in with them, into that carefully prepared ambush, and then murdered him, silently? Evan Eskimos would not have done a thing III10 that. His long silence bad alarmed the girl, and presently, perceiving that this was so, ho drew himself up with an affected start. "I beg your pardon. I drifted off, thfuktng of something else. Living In the sky doesn't seem conducive to good manners, No, I don't believe there Is anything to worry about. Any way, as soon as light comes back, which won't be long now, I can set at rest any fears you may have. I'll go and find your party, and I'll search tho land, too for anything elso that may be there. And then I'll bring you word." "You are very good." sho said with a little liesitntlon, "but I can't let you " Ho Interrupted her with a laugh. "It's nothing difficult that I am proposing to do for you, you know." "That's true. I had forgotten your wings, The rocks, tho Ice, the steep places, that mean so tragically much to them, aro nothing at all to you. Hut what are you doing now? Even you can't find thorn In the dark." llo had already beguti uustrapplug the bundlo he bad made of his wings, nnd seemed to be preparing for Immediate (light. That was what caused her question. "No," ho said; "I shall wait for sunrise." "Hut why not here, on tlie yacht? We cm glvo you a comfortable bed tliero; better, certainly, than that Ice-flo- e d was probably due to tho Incongruous effect of his deeply tanned skin with his very light hair, A sensitive face, finely chiseled, almost beautiful and young, but with an stamp of premature age upon It. It had not struck her at all as a tragio face. And yet the meaning of those last wards of his, uttered as ther were, had been tragic enough. "At least you have a magnificent revenge," was all she enid. And then there was another alienee. She was trying to think of something to say, for she readied that his confession bnd been Involuntary, nnd that the sllenco must be distressing Mm. Hut It was he himself who broke her-sol- f. It was a strange face, aa she It, but this, she reflected, ll il lll I II lllllt .3 gate you shelter and carried you off and made you a regular shnrln' member of the crew. Of com no If we'd had any reason to net contrary, we'd hnv done ao. And that's why It seemed to us to me, I would say, that you probably had smnn reason in this case, here. And, well- - we'd like to know what It l.". Hut thn man he had addressed aa '"Itntcoe" strode on with unabated pace, arvlf hn had not heard. For any attention he paid to his questioner he might hev.v been alone In that ex. pana.i of ice and sky. I'lanrk aecepted tho silent rebuff as If It hud been only what he had expected, but he sighed regretfully. He had once known, and It was only four years ago, that same, swaggorlng trick of contemptuous anthorlty hlmsidf. He had been master, the most tyrannical sort of master, same aay, to be found anywhere lit thn world; thn captain of an American whaler. And this very man, at whose heels ho was scrambling along over the Ice. had been one uf his crew, had never approached the quarterdeck where he reigned supreme, without an apologetic hand at his forelock, acd had always passed to thn leeward side of him up on the deck. Hut thn Walrus had bren deitiued never to seo port again. Hhe lingered too long on thn whaling grounds to get back through Hehrlng strait that fall; and failed In thn attempt to makn McKeniln bay, where other whalers In similar plight put In for (be winter. Instead of this friendly harbor, ahe was caught In thn pack and carried, relentlessly, nbrth and westward. Tho milling pressure of great masses of Ice crushed In her stout hull, so that the open water they bad their deadliest peril. When, after tk period of tnti' ill ' i twilight, tho sun again rnine laii'iy over thn horlton they beoui;ht their with n navnge forl ttt commander, eagerness from which hn might iisvn augured III, that ho take them ut once to thu ledge, They had raiight sight of It from a distance, ovhii ns Cayley hnd done, hung In Hie ulr y above the valley, and had run on ahead of their leader. When hn rnme up to them, he found them dangeroualy excited, thn man floaco fairly dnxed and drunken with It Finally Fielding had left them to their own devices, nnd crime away with hl.i two companions. And until the light of that short dsy had begun to fall, they -- the Walrus people stnyed, gloating over this fctrangely uinloas treasure. Fur three dajs after that thn man ftoseoe noter spoke a word. On th fourth day, when tha llttlo party assembled for their meal, the It men of tho W'alrtia wern the onty ones to answer thn summon. Cap rock-Inaslinld-Ua- " -- At Leaat You Have a Magnificent Revenge." "Till morning." iv answered. A little breexe came blowing across tho Ice Juat then. He dropped her hand quickly, slipped his arms Into their places In thn frame, mounted the ledge of Ice, and then, wLth a short run, sprang forward Into tho breeze. She saw his planes bend a little, undulate, rather, with a sort of sculling motion, as ho flew forward, not far above the level of her head. He dipped down again as soon as he had opon water beneath him. and ulmost Then, skimmed tho surface of It gathering jpecd, he began mounting. She felt curiously alone now that he was gone; and a little frightened, liko a child Just waking out of u dream. And she blew a small silver whl3t!o that hung about her neck, for a, signal to (he men on the yacht to send a boat for her. Then, while she waited, she dropped dovn rather limply on her pile of bcjr-sklnHer hand found something hard that had not been there and taking it up she found that It was a curious bluut stick of wood, rudely whittled, and about ten Inches long. It must hnvn fallen from his belt while he sat there talkiug to her. She wondered what he uswl It for CHAPTER III. The Murderers. were Too men clad In shuffling rapidly along across the glacier. Dawn was already flooding tho arctic sky with Its amazing riot of color rose, grern-gold- , violet, and the Ice beneath their feet was rose color with misty blue shadows In it. The foremost of tho two wayfarers was a man of gigantic stature, six and a halt feet tall and of enormous girth of chest; yet, somehow, despite his slzo and tho ungainly clothes be wore, he contrived to preserve au air almost of lightness; of lean, compact bear-skins companion found It difficult to keep up ilh. Hestdes. this companion made Ills task the harder by allowing his eyes to wander from the track they were following, nnd casting little furtive, unxloui glances at the man boston him. In auy other company he would have been a rather striking himself, well above mlddlo height, powerfully made, and with it facn that hed lines of experience and determination engraved In it. Hut the comparison dwarfed him. Ho seemed to be trying to mukn up his mind to .speak, and still to find this a difficult thing to do. At last, with a deprecatory cough, he begun: "What I can't see h, itoscoe, what you did It for. It was all right to do It If you wern figuring out any gain from It We'll all agree to that. Anything for our common good, that's our motto. Itut where's the gain In killing Just one poor fellow out of a party of 30? He seemed a good kind of chap, too, and friendly spoken. Wn didn't servo you like that, when you come aboard the Walrus at Cape Nome." "It would have cost you four men to do It, Planck, and you wero aa It was." "That wasn't why we didn't do It. You was a strangor, and you was In a bad way. There was a mob of men that wanted you mighty bail, and wu tig-urshort-handed athleticism, certainly. A stranger, meeting him anywhere and contemplating his formidable proportions, and then looking up past his great, blunt Jaw Into his cold, light blue, choleric eye, would be likely to shiver a little and tbeu get out of tils way as soon as possible. lie was walking steadily, glanrlng neither to the right nor the left. Een ovor the treacherous, summer glazed surface of tho glacier, his great stride carried him along nt a pace which his been hoping for, became, at once, Th moment the Ice broko away, ahe would go to the bottom like a plummet. Hut still the slow, Irreslstlblo drift of tho Ice pack carrb-- thfiu north and west Into a latitude and longitude which, so far as thuy know, no human travelers had ever crosied before. And then in the depth of the arctic nUht. bereft of hope, and half mutinous, they found a land that never had been charted, and, most marvelous of all, a human wnlrome. For hero on thn shore were Captain Fielding and the two other survivors uf his expedition. The fate of the explorer's ship had been. It seemed, prectsely that of the Walrus. She had been caught In the pack, crushed In tt and carried against this coast. Hefnrn the coming of sprliig. and with It thn breaking of thn Ice, Fielding and Ills men bad been abln to carry their stores ashore, and of these, thn greater part still remained. Of the Walrus people. In all. there wcru 11. and Uiete, with tho three original castaways, settled down to tho prospect of an Indefinite number of yenrs upon that nameless coast. "Wn can live like Christians," Captain Fielding had said, "and we can always hopo." His superior knowledge of arctic conditions made him, rather than Captain Planck, naturally commander of thn llltta company. He established thn regimen of their life, doled out the store from day to day, and, us best he could, through that long winter night, provided entertainment for tho forlorn little group. He told them of hla explorations on the coast, of the lay of tho laud, of what they might hope to sne when the sun should come back to them, marking tho beginning of another long arctic day. Among other things, quite casually hn told them of a ledge In tho bills, across the glacier, which contained, he bellnved, the most extraordinary deposit of gold In the world. Ho Incredibly rich was It, that tho rock Itself had utmost been replaced by solid metal. The Alaska gold, ho said, was only tho sweepings. In his opinion, of this Itnmenau store. At the eound 0 tho word "gold," the eyes of the man named Itoscou bad brightened for the first time since they had taken him, shivering from hla long Immersion In the cold water, aboard the Walrus, He drew Into tho circle that sut about the reading lamp, and began asking questions. (Jold was something he knew ubout. Ho had mlnud It in Australlu, In California, and In the Klondike. He questioned d tain Fielding and his two companions hsd disappeared. Captain Planck could not recall that meal now without shuddering, for thorn at the foot of thn table, nppi-sltto him, had At tlie man llostoe, with murder written plain lu every linn of his facn, Hn had lookod a beast, rather than a man, that day. The sated blood lust In hla eroa inadn them positively terrifying, eo that thn others bbrank away from lilin. Hn had seemed not to notice It. nt leaat not to tuke offense at It Hn was In hilarious spirits for thn Urst limn since) they had known him, seemed really to try to be a good companion. Captain Planck abdicated bis leadership that day. He was perfectly conscious of thn fact He had known that to retain the leadership tin must take that nrurderer out nnd executn him. He kuiw that if he did not do this, the murderer, not he. would hero-utte- r command the party. Hnd that unless hn himself yielded thn prompt-ea- t obdlenco of any. he would follow thn lurklnaa trio whom thoy werx never to see again. From that day to this there had been no more murders. Itoscoe hud ruled them with 11 decision nnd a truculenc which put anything llk.t insubordination out of the question. He had been obeyed better than Captain Planck ever had bwvn. He had worked them flerrtdy all those four n thn horizon. Thn moment tho news of the approaching uteamer was reported to Hoscoo, he had entered upon what seemed to his followers a thoroughly Irrational and inexplicable line o't action. He hail ordered them, first, to remove all ulgns of recent habltalloi from the hut to the cave whom their gold was concealed: then, to cotor tho cava mouth with a heap of txiuldeis, to secure it against discovery Ixng before thu strougest glass on tha ship could huvo made out their moving figures, he took the whnln party back to tho hills in hiding. He hud kept them from answering thn halls nnd tbo gun-tirfrom tho yacht by the sheer weight of bin authority, without vouchsafing a word of 011 yenrs, cutting, overlastlngly, at that wonderful, exbautlesn golden ledge, beating tho friable ore out of It with heavy mauls, then, laboriously, conveying thu great rudu slabs of purn metal on rough sledges over the perpetual lee of tho glacier to n cav near thu shore, where they had do. ponltcd It There were literally tutu of It hidden them when the sraok from tho yacht's funnel was first even It could hardly be pity " ""It that's true," ho lejolnud quickly, "it's only poetic Justice. I've only achieved toward tho world tho fnollng which the world held for me." The words ueio spokou harshly, abruptly, as If his memory bad Just tasted something Intolerably bitter. The mauuer of the words, no less than the seusu of them startled her, ud she checked a movement to turn auid look into Ills fuco. lustead, she tried to rocall It uh It had looked when sho had llr-i- t stood confrontlug klm, beforo the twllleht had fudud. creatures, who cannot cross a little Suuxe lu a rock or a bit of open water without such tollsomu labor. Yob, that must be the feeling :on muit have for iim for um, poor wing-leh- tempt; sleeping bag of yours." "I nm afraid." he said, "that what ou call a comfortable bed In a yacht's cablu would bn thn surest Instrument that could be found for keeping me awake all night. No, I shall find a sheltered hollow up at the top of that headland yonder, wbero I shall sleep deeply enoimli, you may be sure." Sho watched him, silently, while he slipped the rods Into place, drew the catgut bow strings taut, until they sang until the fabric of his planes shimmed In tho starlight quivered, as If they were Instinct with a life nt their own. A sense of the unreality of It all came welling up stronxly within her, uud a touch of an almost forgotten fear of him. "Good night," she aald, holding out her hand "goodby." steel-Jointe- Captain Fielding about thn exact whereabouts of the ledge, about the sort of ore It occurred In, and about the beat means of cutting It out. To some extent his own excitement Infected tho others. Even Captain Planck, whoso only form of wealth was whale blubber, began to take an Interest lu Koscoo'a The next day they had seen tU searching parly como ushore, and tholr knowledge of the lay of ttUt land found It perfectly easy to evade observation, though nothing but tha strong habit of obedience kept thera from courting it. Then, along In tho afternoon, bad happened what neemed to them thn strangest thing of all. Thny had seea a solitary straggler from tho searching parly coming nlong across the Ice. He could not seo them. It woutd hevo been perfectly easy to evade bin), hut Itoscoe now ordered thorn to go down to him and tell him who thoy wero, and ro offer to escort him altrtig tho trull down tho glacier. And at a certain point they wero to lug behind and Int htm go on nlone. That was all any of them knew of their leader's pluns, till thoy saw tiiti Hying dart and tho s mud 50 of crimson ou the suow. Now, at last, caine Planck to the leader, unking the reason why. Ilttt his mission, us It appeared, had not prospered. (TO I1B CONTINtltllU y questions and In the explorer's answers to them. It was a strange and rather pathetic sort of excitement, Captain Fielding thought. To them, In their practically hopeless plight, gold was ubout the leaat useful thing they could find; not bard enough to tip lances or arrows with, too heavy and too easily melted However, It for domestic purposea. gavo them something to think about, and ho, without a suspicion of the Strode On With Progressive Farming. "Well, yea," Unabated Pm, aa Though He Haa Net Hears!. which these alnlatur direction I thoughts might turn, went on ana) tola them all he knew. down." Farmer Itornbcak, the while a grim grin wrinkled hla weather-beatecomplexion. "It's a good 'eel o' trouble, but the attlafactlon I feel am-pl- y repays uie for the extry work. Ye seo. by degrees I'm sharpenln' up the top of every stump on the place, and In the course o' time I hope to have matters so arranged that the hired man will find It fully aa comfortable to stand up durlu the day aa to get Puck. eonfeaaed Honeat January 25, 1912 THE CITIZEN. PORTABLE HOG PEN .S HANDY Thoie That Will Accommodate ral Medium Sized Hogs In Common Uie by Omall Farmers. Page Seres. portablo hog pe.n that will accommodate- several medium sited hogs or lour sbn.its Is In common uto by th? small farmers and truckers of tho Now England states. Thiso pens nic found convenient, sanitary and lar superior to the stationary pen, which Is more or less n nuslniice In thickly settled sections. The portablo pens nro gradunlly coming Into uso In tho trucking sections of New Jersey, us BREEDING CRATE FOR SWINE (heir ninny excellent points become better known. They nre Just tho thing Escellent for Uo Where It It Desired for tho man. Tbo following A one-acr- STOCK To Mate Animal of Different Sixes. LIVE M AIWTPM kKCV HP PRf.niIfTIVF Sev SOILS AND PROFITABLE FARMING Tudlcloao Uco oC BEREA Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE THE MOUNTAINS What Tire Your Talents? Aro you not far advanced? Then enter the FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Her wll be placed with others like yourself, under a special teacher, and ntk aaoit rapid progress. You will matter Arithmetic and the oomaacea branches and ba ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, fart and household management, and free textbooks. Ono year la tk 7owa latlon flchool costs less than ISO and is worth f 1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher! Then Join tho NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlntmcre, Dean. Here you wlU b trained that you will fear no examination, and you will bo taught hove teach. Tbo demand for Derea trained teachers far exceeds the supply. Are you Interested In earning monoyl THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Mile E. Msrth, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Horns Selene. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Etc Her you soon double your earning power, and learn to nJor ) ttlnrs In a superior manner. Are you detlrlog the next best thing to a Colleg Course T Tnsa two years or three years In the GENERAL ACADEMY COUR8E, Franols B. Matheny, Dean. years, or three years. In such practical studies as will fit you for an able and useful life. You select your studies from such aa these: Pays ology the science ot health; Civics the science ot government; Or in mar the art of correct speech and Etblea the sclanc of Tbjtef and wrong; Hlatory necessary for politics, law and general Intelllgssxwt Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Phraiasi the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc, etc, Do you wish to prepare to enter College? BUrt In the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Mathtv Dean. Best training In Mathematics, languages, Science and History. Ths s Academy has its own and Men's Dormitory, and a larg fe4r of students of high character and ability, ail instructors, and us GV tag Library and apparatus. Ooolc-Blndlnletter-writing; class-room- Humus ot" Milking Fertilizers In Rotation Systems, Whereby Supply Una Been Kept Up Hns Been Means Grxwl Return.-- Mnny Enstcrn Farms Pay . Methods of Culture. Berea Has the Training That la Best For TOO. What Are Your Jimn? nt In rcairfmpo to a query fop Information regarding a breeding crntu for Iiorh the "Wallaces' Parmer make tbo following reply: Tint arnmpnnylng cut gives n ton prnl Mm of the construction of a brooding crate. It la simply n rralu. strongly but lightly made of two-by- TonrH or about hIx foot In length, two feet four Inch wide. and thre feet high, The crate should bo closed In front but open Iwhlml. A inny btt pushed through tlir Mm behind nnd adjusted according hr Breeding Crate. of the sows. Tho object la to taato animals of different slxeu. For small, short legged bonrs It In best to arrange a platform to stand on behind. Tho tlnio to begin breeding for prfnK Vim varien according to the tlwu tilxe-- to nf a breeding crate cltninte, the shelter facilities, tho ttmo nt which tho pigs are generally marketed, and tho number of litters which It desired to ralne n year. the fanner win furnlth good shelter for Ma farrowing sows, and l prepared to jrlvo the young pic rare-fiattention, he hart beet not breed for tho pigs to coffin earlier titan the fret ef April. South of the latltudu of southern Kansas, of course, pigs inlght come with perfect safety n week or so earlier than this. A man, however, who la In the business to rnnke a soccers of It and Is willing to aire his pig careful attention during tho first two weeks of their lives, will generally Cod It most satisfactory even fn (be northern states, to breed for early March pigs. Karly March pigs. If they aro given Rood pasturo and pushed right along, will bo ready for market by early winter, when Mio prices aro generally good. If h sow Is to produce two Utters a year the first litter must necessarily como early In order to glvo the tow tlmo to Scab up previous to producing her second litter In the fall. Tbo fall plj:n should eoino as early In the season nn possible to gtvo them a chance, to make a cood growth before winter Un-Inll The maintenance of productive soils and profitable farming on the lands in tho ear.teni cectlon of tbo country Is duo largoly to tho Intelligent use of commercial fertilizers. This statement docs not mean that reliance on fertilizers alone 1ms been tho means of maintaining high crop yield, but tiint the Judicious uso of fcrtlllsoM In rotation Kyrtems, whereby the humus' stipjily of the soli has been steadily maintained, has been the moans ot keeping the farm lands w productive. Plowing for corn or other early spring eropa usually begins about March 20, or as enrly as tho weather and soli conditions will permit. The object of plowing early Is to allow tho by noli to bo thoroughly compacted spring rains so that the sod or Mub-bl- o turned under may decay readily and good capillary circulation of soil moisture become established. Sod for corn or potatoes Is plowed from si: to nlno inches decp.Whero tho top soil is shallower than thin it may bo deepf to ono ened by turning up inch or so of subsoil at each plowing. The field is rolled or planked Immediately after plowing to level the sull for harrowing and to prevent clod formations. Instead of rolling many farmers prefer to use a small, square ceding or smoothing harrow, such as HORSESHOE FOR USE ON ICE a shown in Pig. 1. Tho field Is then disk harrowed, lapping half in order to keep the field level, cross hurrowlng Emergency Device la Provided With If necessary, until the soil Is fine and Extra-Larg- e Calks, Fastened pulverized. Tho dink harrow Is folSolidly to Hoof. d or other lowed by t. smoothing harrow. (Klg. 2.) The uso Tho Illustration nhows a horseeho harrow is repeatthe splko-tootfor uto in such emergencies ns ice or ot every week or ten days, especially ed other very smooth surfaces. Th after a ram, until the time ot planting. If tho soil Is loose and dry the field nbould be rolled again and tbo lf high-price- d ono-lnc- h one-half half-Inclf one-halh e. spike-tootheh method of building a chenp, convenient hog pen that Is portablo Is given by a New Kngland farm paper: Take two pieces of hard tlmler, while oak Is best. 3 by Inches each, 15 feet In length, rounded off at th end In the form of n sled runner, theft lay them parallel eight feet apart, with tho rounded edgo on Ihu ground Tnko four 2 by 4 senntllngt nnd hnlvo or tenon In crosswise, ono pleeo st each end nnd eight Inches from the ends of the runners and place th others so at to support a floor In one-haof the pen. Adjust these strips so they will net about two Inches below the level of tho upper edgo of the runners, then lay a floor of oak planks over of tho pen, leaving thn other half a dirt floor. 8otne have the n .er yard slotted, which will allow tho hogH to graze off tho grans, but will prevent tho sod from being rooted up. Tho sides of peu Hhould slatted. Now mortise In 2 by 4 ca titling at each corner and midway fur posts on which to call boards for tbu enclosing. Oue-haof the pen should lie covced: nnd for this riusnn make tho posts for the siding about one foot longer on one side tlihti on tba other, so ns to Kite sufficient slopo to tho roof. The roof should be high enough to nllow a man to walk Into tho pen. If only one half of the pen is floored there must be a partition across, and In thin arrange u slide door so un to shut theshoats In or out of either section. The roof of covered pen may be made of half-Incstuff and covered with tar paper, then glvo two couts of hot lime wash as a A pair of horses can readily movo a pen of this size from placo to place. mMm.Mmm SWM j Fig. 1. A Smoothing Harrow for Uto I mmedlately After Plowing and to Da Followed by the Pulverizing Harrow. roller should be followed with a llgbt harrow to prevent evaporation. Practically all of the barnyard manure is appllod to the corn crop. Tho rate of application ur filly ranges acre, from ten to llftecn tons avail? olo supply, One successful farmer, whose llclds yield 75 to hO buahels ot corn to tho no re, never plows under manure even on sod, but spreads It In tho spring after plowing nnd disk barrows It surfer ben ten or more tonn of uunura nre nppllr-- tu tbo ucre, most farmer In this faction consider It uuneceu-i;nr- y to apply commercial fertilizer except ou very poor land or whom corn follows rorn. Where forillze.r ii used for corn, a few farmer.! lollow tho practice of appl)ing to tnls crop 300 to COO pounds of fertilizer contain. upon tbo i'r t Berea College ( ing inree io lour per cent .01 nitrogen, eight to ten per cent, of phosphoric odd, and ten per cent, of potush. Other farmers appear to bo getting s good results with corn by npplylng n fertilizer containing two to three per cent, of nitrogen, eight to ten percent, ot available phosphoric acid, nnd fout to sis per cent, of potash, especially In connection with an application ol eight or more tons ot barnyard manure. Wbero either crimson clover or hntry veteb, or both, are turned j unucr oh green mauuru, mo irruinixi among successful farmers who plant winter cover cropa for green manure indicates that as good yields or corn are obtained as from an application ot eight to ten tons of barnyard manure. Moreover, where theso green manure crops are regularly grown tho nitrogen in the commercial fertilizer may be considerably reduced, U not entire ly omitted. I The Oolleg Rselt stasda apart from all tho other schools under its mmm turcment and has long maintained the highest standards known In theEmiefc. To conform to the Carnegie standards wo have diminished our former i cjulrementa! Required and elective studies) wttn opportunity to coo o trass; Id particular lines. Largest college library In Kentucky. Laboratories) quipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degree of A. Bl. BL 8. B. U, and B. Fed. Culture, Plane, Reed Organ, Vole MUSIC (Singing Band, may be taken for special fses In connection with work tm any st tWs) above school. Pr). ' Thy Questions Answered Berea, Friend ef Working Students. Bre College, with Ms aJBUs Institution. It requires certain fees, best schools. Is not a It expends many thousands ot dollars each year for ths benefit of Its sO tents, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging' for stui to earn and save In every way. OUFI SCHOOL 18 LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to the character and reputation of the young people. Our students coins the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any wh assy bs sick the Collego provides doctor and nurse without extra charge- All except those with parents In Berea live In College building, asset assist In work ot boarding ball, farm and shops, receiving valuable trait-- , log, and getting pay according to tho value- - of their labor. Except la wta) ter it is expected that all will hav a chance to earn a part of thesr s penses. Writs to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL CXPEN8E8 for clothing, laundry, pottage, books, 4o, vary , with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate la ths but aa students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm irrajs) and underclothing, umbrella and overshoes are necessary. Ths Csspsmt' Uvs Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas other necessary articles at cosL LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. Tho College asks b for the tine buildings in which undents live, charging only enough rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing ot bedding towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, f 1.35 a week, In the falL and J 1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of Ms-dinto to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollsr Deposit," as guaraats fs return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and la return when the itndrnt departs. , Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care ot school bnllSV Inge, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services Jt teachers all our Instruction is a free gift). Tho Incidental Fee tor most students Is $5.00 a term, tC.OO In Academy and Normal', and 17.00 la CoJ& money-making Fig. 2 Emergency Horseshoe. Harrow for Smoothing and Leveling the Soil Behind the Plow. ret in. FOR STOCK CUT-OU- T USEFUL Ounch of Animals May Oe Sorted Into Different Lots Without Danger of Worrying. ttvofj barn yard or hoe; lot should huvo n abort lano equipped with n cutout aa shown In tbo Illustration, says Cut-Ou- t for 8tock. thn Homestead. A bunch of animals A V.. l,...nK II... .,11. M and easily sorted Into two different Iota by swinging tho gate 11 between thn ponta C and D with no danger of worrying or frightening them. Why Sell Them 7 A good many sheep and lnmbs are romlng to murkei which aro not fat and bavo to go at low prices. It looks llko good business to hold theso until In better flesh whenever possible to tin no. At tho prices theso sheep and Iambs fetch now they look llko n good thing to buy or to keep and get ready for market Thin natlvo stock la Helling qulto low, becauso, feeders as a rule, do not tako It out of martrt to flnUb ns they do Western stock. If farmers will either keep It or And it market for it In tho country, It will make money for somebody. , lot of raised lambs never bring the highest prle.o on the market. It Is thoao of one breed, uniform In alto, Mhapo and condition that get tho big A Sheep for Mutton. Mutton sheep should never be ot rolled breeds un ono farm. Get otio good mutton breed, stick to it and develop K to the highest notch possible. money. Bllaoe Not Good for Hoqs. Bllugo Is not a feed that can be recommended for hogs, although a little of It ny be fed to tbein. . . Shsttsrv for. Celts. . Colts icqulro more warmth or shelter isaa work horses or brood wars. on $50 land would bo equal to that ot twenty acres added to tho bearing nurfaco is provided with ex farm, or $1,000; on $100 land, It would calks, nnd the whole is fasbe $2,000. Tills Is a low .stlmate; capacity of the tened solidly to tho hoof by means for tho ot hinges and straps. farm will often be Increased fully ".'3 Many Farmers Turning to ltturo per cent by the adding of n silo. Ac Receptacle as BcueAcent compared with Its producing value, Carrots for Stock Food. Solution ot Feed tho cost of constructing tbo silo is No root Is more relished by domes Problem. small. Hound wooden silos cost from tic nnttnals thnn carrots. Weight for $1.30 to $3 per ton of capacity; those weight, they aro somewhat less nutriUniof stone, brick or cement, from t tc tious than potatoes, but the greater (Hy OKOROBl'. OltOl'T, Minnesota versity Farm.) yield more than makes up tbu ditto. t It does not pay to devote eco in quality. Horses are especialo land, for long periods, to ly fond of carrots, and when not workand Uie production ot hay. The CHEAPLY MADE should bavo carroU as a ing hard put to more profitable part of their rntlon. They keep up land can bo -use. In order, therefore, that dairying BALE CARRIER their condition and give them a fine may continue profitable, Instead of glossy coat. depending, as in tho past, wholly upon When fed to cowa they somewhat tho pasturo for the chief food supply Simple, tnexpcnstvo and li.iuily increase tho richness of milk, and aro of tlit lr herds, many ot our farmers Operated Especially thought by somo to glvo n richer aro turning toward the silo ns affordAdapted (oe Heavy color to butter. They nro also a val- ing u beneficent solution ot tho feed Work. lambs. uable food for sheep and problem. It Is doubly bciiellrent In A bale carrier devised by lidwcru that It not only docs away with tho necessity of devoting no much land to II. Hoehme of IliiuKIn, ill., In described pasture; but also, by making available in tho Scientific American as follows: , A front presentation of a bale cara cheap supply of succulent nnd ' food all the year round, It rier patented by Mr. I'.oelime lllus- of come ot Its (rates this article, nnd tho Inventor's , deprives Wheat middlings mixed with skim objectionable features, whllo keeping object Is to providn u simple. Incxpen- , med milk Is tho most nourishing and the milk flow at a higher level. Dur- slve nnd easily operated fork especial- economical food for young pigs. past two or three yours, more ly dexlgned and adapted for lifting ing Fattening animals return 95 per silosthe huve been built thnn In all pre- material, nick nt hav. straw nnd the cent of the fertilizing constituents ot vious yearn combined. Tho tcoro feeds to tho munuro. prosperous fanner nro iifteu supplied, Thero is an unquestlonablo short- - not merely with- one, but with two ngn of beet and tbo consumer will good silos. realize Incrcused prices In the next The economic vuluo of this method few years. being generally re Any nnlmnl un tbo farm must fmva of handling feed something besides a long string ol cognized, tho only real obstnelo to tho ancestors to recommend IU Individ- general Introduction of the silo Bcems to lie tho first cost of tbo structure ual merit helps. machinery for tilling It. Corncob charcoal or ashes frott and of tho wood, should be placed In tlx More Htoclc can bo kept und profit hard acre, when ensilage Is feeding pens, so the sows can get ably ted, per by grown, than almost any other what they need. method nf feeding, If a small grass pusturo can bo at Tho silo practically tnched to tbo hog pen It will go I producing capacity of IncreaK's the tho farm at long way towards reducing tho cost least 10 per cent, and often more. A of tho grain Mil. furni with a silo will produce llrood. sows should have a large, roomy, clean, dry yard, separate from as much revenue aa ono of 180 acres Bale Carrier. Therefore, tho first cost of tbu stnble ward, as they need ana without. liko a silo that of a dwelling house, like, in baH!s. uhlili will lhmlv Lold must bave daily exercise Sheep aro utilizers of vmsto. The) a barn or a teamshould be consid- during deration and .nintporlutlon. u part of the Initial Investment; plurality ot bales, am! whleii mo) be clean fields ot weeds, utilize to greal ered If one's capital Us limited, it la easily and mileklv entailed tvllh and advantage utmost any kind of pasttm and. buy farm smaller by 10 from Ihe biiles, 'l he levers and .fit In wel( with farm practice better to rathera than dispense with a released b ituveiigHgrd ran not uulli h trip either In tho irrigated c dry formlui per cent, producing value of a illo rope s pulled. illo. Tka belt. tra-larg- SILO INCREASES FARM CAPACITY 160-acr- e stock-carryin- PAYMENT MUST GE IN ADVANCE, Incidental foe and, room rant ths term, board by the halt term. Installments are as follows: Vocational elate courses. br high-price- d and 1'oundaUbn CALL TERM School. $ 5.00 C.C0 and Academy Normal. $ COO Incidental Room Board. 7 Few CoUsgm 9 TM weeks 13, 1911 7 9.45 320.05 9.4b $20.50 $29.0O 5.00 7.00 .4S 123.45 9.48 131.90 $31.40 TJ .U- - Auount due Sept. Board weeks, due Nor. 1, 1911 Total for term If paid In sdvsncs WINTER TERM WAB 9 3U Live Stock tz?$z3 Notes Incidental Fee Room JLrd, highly-reli- I weeks (.00 t.00 (20.00 9.00 $29.00 f 8.00 7.20 9.00 fJs (vJ 91 J shed stall-feedin- g - Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 Board 6 weeks, duo Feb. 14, 1912 $12.20 9.00 Js PM I Total for term If paid In advance PRINO TERM (23.50 $ 6.00 (31.20 (30.70 f.OO SU B31JW Incident) Fee Room Board. 1 4.00 IJD9 f TJ weeks (.75 (15.75 (.75 $22.50 (.78 (17.78 (.78 (Z4.5( 924.00 91B.1 Amount due March 27, 1912 Board 5 weeks, due Uay L 1912 4U Total for term If paid In (MJW SdsLM advance...., (22.00 ICO-ucr- o Ol. I; Plan Now, Come January 3d youug man or young womnu can get uu educatlsst so. An; Ueieu if Dion- - Is the will to do to. It is a great advantage to start lu Uie Fall and have a lull year of tlnuouh study. Many young people waste timo in tho pubho schools over and over the same things, when they might be Improving at faster by comlnc to Keren uud starting in on now studios with some 4 tk bct out-- men and women from other counties and States. Make jour plans to como January 3d. For lui.ii uiatlon or friendly advice write tc the Secretary. alife-bodlctt-Ing mr D. WALTER MORTON, berea, ky, Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. January 25, 1912. sister, Mrs. V. C. Lewis last Mon- at tho mouth of Auglln last Monday. day. Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell Mrs. Alllo Metcnlf has been Very aro rejoicing over tho arrival of a sick, but Is better. Jcsso Sparks and girl, lately. Misses Stida and Molllo Walter Brewster left here tho 15th Powell spent Thursday with thtfr to Join tho U. S. army. Llttlo Ks brother, Chas., who has been In tho tor Burch Is staying with her grand- - j Pattlo A. Clay Infirmary at Hichmond. ma Baylor this week. The following il(nil In tell tjr Ut writer, lit timr Ho toneiponJeiite imbllihei stlfii Tho doctors think ho can bo brought wero nrrestei' and taken to lUchmond o eTMence o( ti not for publication, bat ft! tilth. Wtlt fUlnlj. homo n another week. Talbert Jncit-to- fur trial on charge of mounshlnlug eon of .Mr. nnd Mrs. Jno. Jackmid selling whiskey; D. A. Cnmpbelt, i passed through hero last week en- - son, died Jnn. 14th of pneumonia nnd Stovo Field, Win. Steward, Bill QUESTION rcuto to Livingston to sco about his was laid to rest In tho Pilot Knob Shelton, David Batiks, Joe Slzcmore, THOUSANDSTICKS' lies. Dan Parker Is very sick with grnvo yard. Tho bereaved family John Slzeinoro and Jesse Kusscl. Mn)s EASILY ANSWERED u severe cold. Orbln Smith Is visithave our deepest sympathy, Henry and crew did tho nrrestlng. The Ju Id the fill-t- ing his father who has been very Campbell left, Saturday, for Clay Co., Mothers hnvo been nt homo thu past In a ono column editorial NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE Mlddlesboro, 111 with fever. J. Hlgnlto of Madi- where) ho will buy of Tlioucnndstlcks, cattlo for tho three weeks on account of tho cold neks what lias bocomo of tho (lood son County passed through hero last lllchmoinl .Market, Feb. 6th. Wo aro weather. Roads Association organized at line-vill- o week bujlng fur. There was a largo sorry to hear of the death of Miss mm: last April. Ho calls attention to tide In tho river lost week and Itosa Gay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Climax Is visiting Upplo Owens nt ESTILL COUNTY Vine, Jan. 20. George Horusby's tho great notoriety given tho move- several ties wero lost. Tho roads arc Prank Coy of Franklin, O., who was w.mii:iisvii.m: this place. John McNew Is working school In singing was certainly n Wagersvllle, Jan. 21. Mrs. A. K ment; thu fact that papers devoted so bad at present that they nro al- brought to Dercn and burled in tho L. and N. office hero during last only J. M. Ijiswell'B absence. Miss M, Scrlvner Is very sick nt this writing. u.tlro page to reports of tho pro- most Impassible. Pnuemonla Is rac- Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Gay wero for- Mtcress, and his large class not enjoyed tho work but also received ceedings nt.d tho good to bo deriv- ing through this section of tho state. merly of this County. Itobert. Wagers and Itobert Sparks 1. Singleton nml Mrs. Nuiicy Bull lost much valuable training. .Miss Nancy ed from IIib movement, but laments cans of fruit this cold visited friends In Keren for a few several .Mrs. Angellno Cunagln Is very 111. txmls of Fogcrtottii Is visiting her weather. S. S. B.ill Mi.vi:u :iii:i;k Miss 8 Ella an L that almost from the day of organishas taken nil dns Inst week. It Is reported that the It. It. Co. is Silver Creek, Jan. 22. llcntty Vim sister, Mrs. II. C. Morgnn, at this extra crew of about twenty-thre- e Mm iilefiK.utt Mniiile I'nrkH ation nothing has been heard of It. hoing to start work on the road by place. Kit Estrldge who bold his men will move to Rockford this week Tho Editor nlso wants to Know what March 1st. John Sumers and Is working at- - Dona') of .MIhh Bruce Moores, Friday nUht and James has beconto of Mr. Powers' bill for Davidson lost 300 ties at Livingston Lnclo Hilly Powell has been very farm to C. C. Clark for 1100 some Hw Itch. A. J. Under Is section fore-ma- n t'J last week. MIkh Fun Scrlvner few days ago will leave soon sick again. KU Cornollson Is visitfor tho erection of tho Cumberland (lap by lco cutting tho ropes. on the main Hue. John Owens entertained quite a number of friends Tho little and Hoonesbore Uoulevard for which two year old son of .Mr. nnd Mrs. ing at Withers. Jesse Plgg of Big Kansas, where he will make his fu- sold his stock of goods at Mulllns Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. A. II. Wagers Hill contemplates moving to the ture home. George Miller, Gatfrey jW appropriation of six hundred thouKev. Mslted Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wagers John Sheltou Is sick ot present. A house vacated by Itoatty Plgg. John Isaacs and Bob Itader of Egypt vis- Station to James, Cummins. last week. Mr. and MtH. Ambrose was to bo made. sand dollars Parker failed to fill his regular number of citizens attended court Jones Is reported to bo sick with ited the singing at this place last Now tho Editor of Tho Citizen does at .Maple Grove, Saturday Wagers and Mr. and Mis. Ambrose tit McKee last week. All thoso who Mrs. Martha Hlce, who and Sunday. not pretend to bo very wise, but want good reading tako The Citizen. lung trouble Mr. nnd .Mrs. W. IJ. j .Monday. Every person should Wilson wero the guilts ol Mr. ami Lake and daughter, Nellie, attended spent a few days with relatives nt it occurs to him that theso questions subscribe for Tho Cltlz.'ii without .Mrs. Jeff Wagers, Sunday. pitm.tr .church at Harts, Sunday. Hev. Tom Urny Hawk, has returned home. MUs aro easily answered, and It Is rasolicitation. It Is a paying InvestGARRARD COUNTY Privett, Jan. 20. Wo have had somo Ixiubtish ijassed through enroutu for Mary Turner of near McKee Is visit' ment, ther surprising that a man of tho wiTi:it. ii.i.i; of tho coldest wivither tho two past Mtilllns Station, where ho will ho.d l"g relatives near hero. Mr and Mrs acumen of Mr. Chappell had to go Curtersllle, Jan. J3 A large stow itocKroiin weeks that wo hnvo had In two iir a series of meetings. Best wishes for John Calllhon will soon leave for beyond his own cranium to get an Kockford, Jan. 21. Jake Anderklu Is under construction and will bo Kansas. They expect to mako their tin, I Ml... .I- - II three years. Old uncle Anso Robert- Iho CitUn nnd Its many readers. .... ready for occupancy In n short time. answer. I. f... .. 1111111111111 .'.Miiiiu future home there. Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. eIlllMi1 lltiv. nitltrii.i.l Him receniiy CLAY COUNTY It Is plain now that this good roads son died the 15th of this month. Ho laincns-to- r r.... I'...... Kolln Caiter has move-ilMIlrownlng are all smiles over the ur movement, as nearly everything else was an old soldier and a member of Itl'UM.MS M'lll.MiH W. It. Pursous sold two steers MhPn WMV n)lirrM.j. ,,. 1U1 ., , .., , ,r that Is undertaken In Kentucky, was the Methodist Church for several Burning Springs, Jan. 22 Our young rival of a flno girl; her namo U , ........j iiuki-i, v , t lain, for 50 dollars. Marlon Matlock and simply launched as a vote getter. Mr. years. Tho funeral service was con peoplo who are attending Berea Col- - Edna. There was an Ice tide In Blij Saturday and Sunday. G. C. Tho Mss lielpt Jones were, married ChristTliursdny night. John G. mas purchased n small Bosworth, tho Senator from tho 17th ducted by tho Kev. Harvey Johnston. lego have sent messages homo telling Sexton, farm from 11. mas. Mrs. Sarah Peters Is very low . Lucy Bowles Is teaching a subscrlp- wiiiiuMuii win i no mo am lor .... .Northern for the sum of 100.-- Unn District, hau been heralded as tho at this writing. It l reported that of tho great success they aro hav- t 111. It. S . nrmv Mlaunu Mnrlhn Plrl ! Aiiipiii. I ,,r Mini sun t'liimli- - u in .... ' ""-good roads apostle, but It Is well tion school nt her home. Tho Kev. ing. Some say nml w in have nnrteil lurliev that "The half has -I .inn riorcnce iiurtis spent sumuy tMa vM..,tv .lirl,lP known that Mr. Bosworth cares but Harvey Johnston's ton, who has conn.., mid he Is going to enter school at never been told," of tho great work night with Miss Alice HurleyLloyd lVo. K. Childress of Now sumption, Is very 111. Charlie Cook Berea Is doing very little for roads votes and whisIk'ira Emery Clark's children have Hon, and will do for our of Egypt Is still Improving ,K.t8 l0 I)rt.ncll nt Mac.donln Sntllr. the whooping cough. key aro tho only things ho is Interest- has gone off on a two weeks drumboys and girls. Mrs. Furman who in health. The Infnnt of Mr. and .in,, .,n.i,... ,..i ed In, good roads being used as a ming trip. Hugh Farmer will begin has been visiting her son hero, has Mrs. Henry Metcnlf died, the 7th. its Are jou reading the ? blind to catch tho voters who aro a subscription school at Fall Kock JOII KTTA returned to her home on Crayno aflemalns were laid to rest In tho Neely the 22nd. Silas Flanery visited Wiu. ter a most delightful not very favorablo to his anti-locJohncttn, Jan. 22. .Mr. Ira AbIi and Tho selection In the center of this time. Elijah ginvo yard. Hiram Hicks of this option proclivities. But Mr, Bosworth Mctcalf and L. J. Peters last Friday. Miss Minnie King were married Jan. liago In worthy of note Furman hau left tho tenant house placo for two reawho has been stele for somo 2.'. The llttlo baby of Mr. Charlie Eva Peters, who Is attending school of Mr. does not need votes Just now. When Thos. Rowling's and now lives time Is no ho does we may expect to hear some better nt this writing-- Mr. Abney has pneumonia. Dr. 1a; wis Is sonsthe sntlment exprc8ed. and nt Annvllle visited homo folks last In thu fuct that the tyie was set by a a part of Chas. Thompson's. S. nnd Mrs. .Mori Is are the pro-ithing from the association In question, Saturday and Sunday. the attending physicaii. Elijah Sex- student of the Printing School afHacker, who has been living In tho parents of a flno boy. His namo Is ton who has been sick so long is able As to Mr. Powers' silence, for tho m.ui.ii:.n Imj cottaco of Ransom Mr.n.intel. ter three weeks Instruction. present, wo have nothing to say. John Edniond. to bo out again. Miss Ivy Van who Maulden, Jan. 22.-- Mss Nelllo Mont- - .ove(, on the otner for,. of Soxto)(1 has been 111 for a long ierlod dld, IN OUR OWN STATE goniory visited Rachel Holcomb, Sun Creek Into n house owned by Dr. Vine, Jan. 13. EH Estrldge and Jan. 12. The Interment took place In JACKSON COUNTY day. Ell Estrldge and family started, Webb. Tho protracted (CunllnurU (torn filt pgr nn- - family will start for Kansas meeting next tho Abney cemetery. Born to Mr. MrKKK Jan. 21, for Columbus, Kan., where McKee, Jan. 22. Circuit Court has districting bill, voted for It. By some and Mrs Tom Purvis, Jun 21st, a they will make their future home. been In session for the past two a fine boy Pro. Dlllard Parker failed jit Is thought that this Indicates Conley and Othmer Flanery of Maulweeks. Three persons were sentenced to fill his appointment at New Hope promise on tho part of the Democrats den, are Attending school at Tyner, to the penitentiary. L. C. Little, nnd with Miss Lucy Bowles as teacher. measure. church last Saturday and Sunday and to pass a W. R. Reynolds left for Frankfort, Mrs. In the Setinte the county unit bill Kro. Andy Killlnger stood ns Moder J. E. Holcomb visited Mr. and Sunday, having In custody to hae Mruck serious brrail- several Mrs. E. B. Flanery, Sunday. F. L, alor. J. W Owen and Elijah Abnel '" .. tirtmw, 1.1.. 11, ft.. tl'li.... ...u. ... I IlllUiailljr I... prlsoners.- -J. J. Davis is attending j .Montgomery of this place is build of Clear Creek attended church ul the committee on Monday, a rangle tho Law school at Danville Don Gab Ing a store house. Ho contemplated Bj 11 A M 1 I. T O A' New IIoik) last Sunday. There will M bard spent Saturday ami Sunday of tuylng a large stock of general merIt prayer meeting at the Johnetta n.sued which resulted In Its bolug last week at this place. Mrs. H. 1 chandise. U. S. Deputy Marshal school houso every Wednesday night. recommitted by a vote of 20 to 10. ' I ''HERE is no place in the modern world for The bill will come up again today MIntcr left on tho ICth, for Harrods-burI.very ono Is Invited to come out ami A the unskilled; no one can hope for any and Company mado a raid on where her husband Is at work. Crassy Branch of Sturgeou and suctako part In the services. Tlie All tor consideration, and It Is hojieil, genuine success who fails to tfive himself the Night Coal Co. has shut down some will be pam-d- , but It is not rate t I. R. Hayes bought a good mule ceeded In destroying two stills and a most thorough technical preparation, the most of their work hero until tho weutlwr wiy what tho lobby has up Its colt last week. Roy Mulllns made a largo quantity of beer. Jeff Strong warms up. Verua Gabney has gone In this connection, again, It Is worvisit to the upper end of this County of Greenhall pased through tow!.--, complete special education. Good intentions go to Monarch for a few day 8. Edward thy of mention that Mr. Bosworth, last week. There Is a largo attend- Sunday. Sunday Is regular meeting for nothing, and industry is thrown away if one McCmckeu of Pennsylvania who has who must bear a large imrtlou of the ance at the school here. Miss Dema time at Old Mt. Gilead, with cannot infuse a high degree of skill into his work. been here working for the Coal Co. blame for the defeat of the county Frost entertained a number ot youug Hacker as preacher. The man of medium skill depends upon fortunate has returned home until about the Llilt measure In the last legislature, lieoplo at her home last Saturday GKAYIIAWK conditions for success; he cannot command it, first of March Miss Lulla Owens and nvoted for recommitment. Mr. BosW. K. Engle night; all reported an enjoyable time. Gray Hawk, Jan. 21 little brother visited their sister, worth Is of the 17th. Mr. W. F. tlKKK.NHALL nor can he keep it. The trained man has all and L. J. Robinson havo gone to Mrs. Rebecca Abney, last Saturday Welch also voted lor recommitment. the advantages on his side. r.reonhall. Jan. IS. We are hav Lexington seeking a place for Kob- night. Miss America Owens visited TO REGULATE INSURANCE RATES theron the road. W. M. Hayes Insou ing cold weather here now. The A bill has been Introduced In th't Mr. Mrs. Morgan Abney last Sunday mometer durlng0thls cold spell regis- - Lought slxt) acres of good land from Printing Don at th Sth.l of Grant Smith has sold his farm to Legislature providing for a Stato Inby ItoLrrt SmallwuiJ as low as 14 degrees below zero. J. 11. Jones for three hundred doltered George Childress for tho sum of i"i. surance Board to be composed of nn Robert L. and Reuben Hughes, who lars. The piece Is all In timber. MarMr. Smith Intends going we?t. Jack Insurance Commission nnd two other left hero Jau. lbt for Berta to at- ried, Miss Mabel Hill, the trained to be appointed by the Kalllnger and family visited Elijah members school, repoit they aro getting nurso of Gray Hawk to Dr. Horns- tend Sexton last Sunday night Governor. The bill seems to havo along nicety. Dr. J. A. Mahaffey, hj of McKee. Tho wedding took place ,' . . tier the leadership of the Kov. Phil- - Sunday, whero they will make their reWILIMK been called for owing to tho Mack C. St.ong, F. F. McCollum and at .Manchester. Church services wero pot closed with a few additions to future home Singing school at Mt. Wlldle, Jan. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Doe fusal of the Loulsvlllu underwriter t W. N. Hughes have all purchased held today at Oak Grovo by W. M. Hamilton left last week for their give a committee of the Board uf Olive closed, today. All lumt enjoynew Royal typewriters; therefore pan Anderson. Tho Kings Daughters Clr- - tho church. Tho R;. Hobbs and of Knox County assisted ed it. A large crowd had a Jolly home in Illinois. Mr. Tom Parsons h Trade any reason why rates can not and Ink will bo completely done away tie will hold their next meeting nt vith In this section. William Burch Mrs. J. B. Bingham's on account of him. Mauy of our friends will bo U'liio singing nt Davie Hurley's t 'reported to lie very sick at this writ- - be lowered, and later lefusing the Mrs. Mlla Aldrldge and M:v. name Information to the Stato luof Kelleysvlllo, Oklahoma, Is heie Mrs; Louisa lincher not being able glad to know that the Old Macedonia i.ight Miss Nannie Magguid Is vis- visiting relatives and looking nftT to attend. One of G. V. Hayes' chil-h- s Church Is being put into a very com- lling Mrs. Leah Clark. llciuy Ingram' Jessie Paw ley are visiting friends at surance Commissioner. The Courier Laugford, this week. John Tnadw iy journal In an editorial on the subject church business at Rock Springs. dren died with croup last week and fortable condition. Ell Baker of Ko- visited friends at Vine, Monday. Samuel I). Evaus has sold his white- - was laid t rest In tho new cemu- - rea returned last week to finlbh tho TmPTTP A SPPT V PnTTTJTV 11,1 Covu anil .Miss llessle iaylor tl takes tno ground tlial insurance Ims!- this place were married, Jan. 2, at IliO'itcsH Is the peoples' business and tli'JJK oak timber to Lee Conglcton for Ury. Wo extend our deepest sympa- bouses of Juines Clark and Miss Hau CI. I.MAX I home en' tho bride. We wish them coniimnleH hae no right to make a U. S. rebiavos. Jas. 0. Robinson, ono of the thy to tho bereaved family. BOii. Thos. Ruwiliigs, Climax, Jan. 22 The suvero winter much Joy and a long aud happy more that Is, churgu higher rati s venue agent, Is homo on a vacatlou. eldest citizens of this section, who ISAACS. has been hard on the people of this I fo Tho served four years In the Civil War; llttlo sou of Mr. nnd Mrt. -- than is mcebsary to run their busiMr. and Mrs. Lee Combs announce iieighborhood, having Isaacs, Jan. 19. Wo aro the model ate wcathr was in some of tho hardest fought tilentv of snow, but It has been too the birth of a daughter. Both mother Arthur Coffey died, Jan. Mil. The ness nnd give u reasonable Interest by all Is welcomed Uncle Wilt battles nnd ono of tho few soldiers, cold for much hunting. A protracted and babo aro doing well. family l.ereaxed have our deepest on the capital Invested. Thu bill Samuel Chasteen of Dlsputuutu is out again. o sympathy. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Cat- proposed will give the Board the neipeu capt. John Wilson plant meeting was held at Green Hill last wolfo, a graduate of the Normal Jim Slagle loused thru our town, necesUnion flag upon Lookout Mt., died veek by Kev. G. P. Hacker, W. John- - partment of Borea College, was mar-Saturday, last, enrouto for Goochland. ron of Scaffold Cauo visited friends light to demand and get all tho home of his daughter, Mrs. hero, Sunday Mabter Dowe'y Dotson sary Information and fix rates. ton and Mr. Heusley from Clay Co. rled receiitly. Ho has purchased a C. M. Isaacs was visiting relutlwa General Madden, Jan. ICth. Mr. RAILROAD TO HYDEN and Tho nieetlug was enjoyed greatly- .- I flno farm on Crayne whero ho w 111 and friends at and near Climax last Is on the sick list. A. Reynolds who Mrs. M. C. Hughes wero the cuesta Mr The Leslie Banner of this week anKentucky's j week Old Aunt Thersa Reynolds of l.i.s been sick for some time, is slowSusan Akemon uf Annvllle Is locate. Ho Is ono of of their daughter, Mrs. D. T. Strong, MUs Bertha Fish has nounces thu decision of the L. nnd visiting her granddaughter, Mrs. Geor- - best teachers and all his friends wish Wildlo is very poorly Old Uutie ly Improving Sunday. Lewis M. Cook has N. railroad to run a branch lino from Geo. Pennington has mov- - him much success. Our wide awako Walker Mulllns died at the home of b'en very sick. been glo Settle. uour-- . at McKeo vvv...mUj, Athol em the L. and E. up thu middle th0 J)ajt C(1 u,a tuUro Btock of KooUs to u,a and enterprising school trustee, Mr. his nephew, Taylor Mulllns. Doctor OWSLEY COUNTY week. John Whicker will leavo fork of the Kentucky River to y for new store which has been recently S. B. Wobb. Is visiting his brother, K. II. Lewis passed thru Climax, uu:i:town Ohio in a few days to purcbaso and states that thcro is a His family havo also Dr. Robert of Livingston. Many of h completed. Dr. Lewis has thu necessaiy Klcetown, Jan. 21. There was a Homestead Rov. Harvey Johnson's moved aud Tato Edwards has moved our merchants attended the sale of that thu lino will continue material, and will proceed to build tide In the creek, Friday and Saturson is very low with tuberculosis into thu house that was vacated by tho lato Miss E. Kongo's largo btock a new barn as soou as tho weather day. Undo Win. Chandler of Cow to Join the Wasioto and Black MounEdwards visited H. C. of niorchandlso last week. Miss Bengo permits. ' WL has been Vt'rJr thcm.-3- eo. iMmm i Tho log cutting crew ot Cruok died a few days ago from tain In Harlan County. nChlUS' 18 UnPr6vlDS Wu have noted some statements to ra- - Davis, Sunday evening. F. Cornelius died recently loavlng an estate worth Band Mill began operations, Thurpnrulysls. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lul it n ,A' i! w"o has been has sold his farm near Parrot to Mr. many thousands. John Howard of sdayHomer Phillips and others push- cas aro visiting nt Levi and will make that effect In thu dally press but m ...ufc ruiaiives in Huntsvllle. Ark.. Georgo Gabbard G. 0. Purkey baa Laurol who has been very sick Is ed thru our town last Thursday haul- an extended visit to other points be- havo waited thinking that, as Is of... UBain and reports a very wish was fathsr secured an agency from J. K. Was-to- n now convalescing. ing goods for Powell & Co. of Goochfore they return Mrs. McGafflck of ten the case, the trip. He Is now attending Co. and will soon begin travel HKXTONS CKKI'.K land. Business Is flourishing In splto Pennsylvania Is visiting her daugh- to the thought. But wo trust that Z. of W. N. HukIi Keutucky Levi ing In Southem Sextons Creek, Jan. 20. Thcro was of tho cold weather. Old uuelo ter, MUs Nettle McGafflck, who l.s thu Lesllo Banner Is reliably Inform,UgoCS 18 at McKo attending ll'urkey will move to th. arm vacai- - a big lco tide In tho South Fork and Ballluger who has been sick to teaching at the collego on Cow Creek. ed and that the road may bo built. rn r Soon there will be no Isolated corfir.onrn JO ,0W.k'8 1,10 ,utlIc'- - of lud b Mr' u' C 1'urke, John Mooro Its tributaries, Thursday. Mrs. Nuncy long is Improving slightly. C. M. IsMr. and Mrs. Joe Wilder visited reUUV1UB a great Is moving to tho Georgo Fields farm Hunter, who has been HI for about aacs recentl) moved from Berea to latives at Sugar Camp, Sunday and ners lu the mountains, of Keutucky. trouble keejdng bU-ato saw and on Hog Rranch. W. Spurkman has two woeks. Is reported a llttlo bet- Jackson Co., near Goochland Fodder Monday. W, N. Duff wus at Idamay, grind this cold weather OUR CHILDREN'S COLUMNS purchased a team ot mules from Al- ter, O. W. Hunter was kicked on and geuoral provender for stock aro Thursday, on business for Mr. Ewell and rionds think that he will etvo his bert Powell. week. Ilo very scarce In this vicinity, Cluud Duff of Wolfe Creek Wtldor tho shin by a mule last Tho Citizen wunts to have friends tho mill business and hunt the rest OIll.A.MH) MADISON COUNTY Mas recentl j married to MUs Nellie umoiig thu little folks and on page has been confined to his room since. of tho winter, as he purchased a Orlando, Jun. 20 Wo havo Just Fdwaids of Ibland Creek. May peace thieo of our Issue this week wo havo KIMlVTON (1. W. and Riley Burch returned few boxes of shot gun hhells of W. Kingston, Jan. 20 Miss Lydla from McKco, Thursday. Clinton Kng passed through thu coldest weather and happiness crown their pathway devoted two columns to matters of N. Hughes ani Sou recently. corn is Young who Is attending school tit and Ruth Scott wero married. Thurs- wo havo had In many years. Sap of life. W. B. Gabbard Is btlll on special Interest to them. There aro selling hoi) now for a dollar per Borea, spout wero the sick list No meeting was held sumo gamo3 described aud a mctho'd from Friday till Mon- day, nt tho home of tho bride. J. P. Owens and daughter, Mattlo, bushel aim the farmers aro prepar- day with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mctcalf was tho officiating minister. visiting friends at Mulllns Station, nt Grassy Branch the second Satur- for maklnt: falsa faces given and ing to reduce tho prlco the coming Willie CoruelUon spent TVsdny with -- Cloyd Duff of South Fork and Nel- Saturday and Sunday. Miss Dora day and Sunday In Jun. Kro. Roberts severul other mutters treated which year, by raising a larger crop. Mr. and Mrs. Wosloy Webb. Mr. llo Edwards of Island City were marBall, who has been visiting relatives having reblgued his pastorate nt lire of vuluu to the youngsters. Wo CAItICO and Mrs. Palestine Hazclwood of ried on tho fith liiBt. Chas. Clay be- ut Climax since Christmas bus ra- - ' this place. It Is hoied that his will hnvo more of this matter from Carlco, Jan. 22 James Davidson Mote wero guests of the former's gan teaching a subscription school home. Stanley Payno of caney will bo iiulckly filled. tlmo to time. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else n, BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking- Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ROYAL or ' j i 1 ' -- ,.in .... I Sky-mnn- For A Higher Degree of Skill WRIGHT 1 ABIE El-ic- tt g, sli-ev- I ' .... la-t- ) do-th- ! ' nt ' ' Hy-ue- n, Sut-uida- ' ' Hui-Ue- J Ab-i.t- iy