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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY 1, 1912 Kaewledg e wmy to keep op with kaowkdee k to read a (w4 aewtpapcr. ii power mi I 4: One Dollar a year. No. 31 Tol. XIII. One Pleasant Thing bout OURj business is the SATISFACTION WE GET, from the SATISFACTION WE GIVE. OUR customers go away satisfied; if the satisfaction doesn't last we want them to come back and tell us so. Clothing, Shoes For Man or Furnishings Boy R. R. COYLE, Berea, Ky. LETTER FHOM Day Adventlite. PRES. FROST Bill TO TAX COAL INDUSTRY a License Tax The Southern South, The Seventh Dear Friends of Tho Cltltcn: The week In Florida bas been a vury qutot one, both o( us sleeping most of I ho time. With all our cares lifted for tho time being wo havo felt utterly limp and ambitious only for rest, Tho woathor bas been llko that of a mild Bpring. Walks and boatrldca were tho recreations. Ono of Dorca's donors lives in Orlando, Tboodore F. Daniels, formerly a parlshoner of Dr. Thomson at Loral no, O. 11a Invited Mrs. Front to pick a box of oranges and tangerines, graio fruit and kutnquats, aomo of which wo shall exhibit In Tho Clticta Office. stuAnd wo always find Berea dents. Hero it was Uldluu Scott, much taller than when sho left Dcrea. Sho to takes Tho CltUen, and expect rt'sumo her Academy course at Do-rea rer ion. Proposes of i Cent Senator L. W. Arnctt has Intro duced a bill in tho State- Scnato which provides for a tax of ono cent per ton on each ton of coal mined in the commonwealth either by individuals, firms, associations or corpora- tions. Tho bill provides that tho tax is to bo paid after the coal Is disposed of and on tho sworn statement of H'ullty. health penults. Coming back wo again bad lato trains. Gov. Gilchrist of Florida was our follow passenger part of tho way, returning from tho celebration or tho opening of tho railroad to Key West, where bo and Mr. Bryan were tho orators. Tho governor looks llko Ueroa'a J. W. Stephens, but Is not quite so heavy. Tho South Is so much moro prosperous than It ever was In slavery times that It Is full of joy and brag. Evcryono horo seems to suppose that Florida, and Georgia are tho most enlightened, prosperous and progress-Iv- o regions In the world. Just now there Is a great religious convention at Atlanta, and at tho samo tlmo they aro lynching four negroes at Hamilton, Ga., throe of whom aro certainly Innocent of wrong doing, iind tho fourth by no meant) proven next fall If In tho 22 years from 1882 to 1903 thero wore In tho United States lynchlngs, or 10 a year, throo a 3,-3- CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE FIRST PAGE Editorial. Letter from Pres. Frost, In 'Our Own State. News of tho Week. To Tax Coal Industry. Union Gospel Meetings. SECOND PAG IS Gonoral News. Markets. Homo Town Helps. TIUHD PAGE Genoral News (Continued.) Sunday School Lesson. Sormon. Temporance Notes. FOUHTH PAGE Water Works for Dcrea. Memontoes Loaned. Locals. tho own?r as to tho amount. In a letter to Tho Cltlicn enclosing a copy of tho bill Mr. Arnctt says that tho revenues of tho stato are not sufficient to defray tho expenses of tho Government and provldo for necessary Improvements. Ho Bights tho demands within tho last six ytars upon tho stato for tho Improvement of schools, farmers Institutes, care and malntalnanco of asylums, the now state capital, tho support of tho stato board of health, etc-- , and speaks of tho new and Increasing demands that must bo met If the stato keeps In tho van of progress. In defense of tho bill ho maintains that tho coal Industry Is practically untaxed, Inasmuch as tho mines aro often owned by outside speculators and operators. It being Impossible to fix a value on tho coal In tho mine. Tho land of tho poor fellow who has sold tho mineral rights Is usually assessed from ;3 to $10 per acre, wbilo es I tho operator makes millions and capes practically without taxation. About fifteen million tons of coal aro mined in Kentucky annually and three fourths of It is shipped out of tho state. This would produce a rcvonuo to tho stato, at ono cent per ton, of UGO.000, on tho present figures, but tho Industry will Increase aud In a few years bo much moro than doublod. Another argument in favor of this bill is that whllo the state must havo moro revenues, tho tax rnto of farmers, businessmen and other citizens bas boon Increased from year to year until It has now reached tho limit, whllo, as BCld abovo, this Bourco of wealth has practically escaped without taxation and escaped to other states, and ought to bo mado to bear its portion of tho burdens of tho commonwealth, Tho Citizen sees no reason why this bill should not meet with approval throughout tho stato. It may bo to' find opposition among the mlno owners and operators, but tho farmers and othes ought to hall its passago with J over-burden- NO LOCAL SELF GOVERNMENT Our government wis founded on the theory that the people rule, but niter more than a century and a quarter we are discovering, to our amazement, that the people,dont rule. The United States Supreme Court has just handed down a decision that is characterized as "far reaching" and is hailed by the liquor press of the country as a great victory for the liquor interests. The decision is that beer is a "commodity" and that railroads must carry it when offered for transportation from one state even into dry counties in other states regardless of the laws of the state into which it is shipped. In other words, the brewers and distillers of a distant state have more interests in Berea, Madison County, or any other county of Kentucky that has voted dry than the good people of these districts. This, of course, is in accordance with the ruling of the Interstate Cordmercc Commission, but we believe it is the first time the Supreme Court has pasted upon it, and that is why it calls for serious comment. It is getting about time for the people of the country to take a hand in the government at Washington, The moral forces of forces are strong enough, if they the country and the could unite upon a policy, to elect enough good men to Congress and control enough state legislatures, thereby securing representation in the Senate, to change these iniquitous regulations in the twinkling of an eye. The people ought to be more powerful than any state or national liquor lobby. To characterize the policy of a government that would license men to sell liquor in dry territory and not only that, but do worse legalize the shipment of whiskey from a distant state into that territory, thus thwarting the peoples' will, nullifying their laws and putting to shame their government as iniquitous is too is abominable, outrageous. tame. forces is the one phrase The stock argument of the prohibition does not prohibit. The Courier Journal last week had an editorial entitled "A Case in Point" in which it attempted to show that prohibition was a failure in Tennessee and stated legislation in the Democratic that the authors of the party, so recognizing it, had returned to the fold, thus uniting the party. Just how true that is we do not know, but it is easy to see why prohibition does not prohibit. In the first place we may say for the same reason, that a law against stealing does not prevent stealing, a law against murder docs not prevent murder, but that certainly would not be taken as an argument for the repeal of these laws. Another reason is that, while we vote and enact local option and prohibition legislation, we forget it at the next election and vote for sheriffs, county Judges, county attorneys and other local officers who are whiskey sympathizers, and, it goes without saying, prohibition does not prohibit in that case. They, though they have taken an oath to do so, fail to enforce the law. A third reason, and possibly the greatest, is that the federal government won't allow prohibition to prohibit. The federal is all powerful and is in the liquor business. In fact it largely lives off the traffic, not hesitating to pour the contents of s down the throats of its unwilling, and protesting its citizens, just as the Greeks attempted to force the Jews to eat the anti-liqupro-liquanti-whiskgov-ernme- nt ware-house- ANTHONY AMERICAN FOUR-FOO- T WIRE FENCE, 26c. STAPLES THROWN IN :: :: kJ:: :: :: AT CHRISMAN'S MAN" " THE FURNITURE NEWS OFTTO WEEK IN nor OUR JWN STATE The President Campaigning Metal Democratic Legislature Redeeming; Party Promises Senator Thomas Tariff Bill Passed by House-GoverWilson Next Darrowlndlcted for Congress Bills Revising Tax Laws School Sufferage Coming Disturbance in South America-De- ath For Women. of King's Brothii-ln-La- w Shustar talk in England. PRESIDENT TAFT IN OHIO President Taft Is on a speaking tour In Ohio. Most of his tlmo will be spent In Cleveland and Columbus. In Cleveland, Monday, he made a number of spoccheB and had many conferences with Republican leaders. In ono speech he strongly defended tho administration and Republican policies. It Is now assured that Mr. Tuft will get the solid vote of Ohio for renomlnatlon, and sentiment Is growing mere and more favorable toward him throughout tho country. METAL TARIFF BILL PASSED The Democratic Tariff Bill, which makes reductions varying 35 per cent lowor than the h Law on steel and iron, passed the Houso of Representatives Monday by a voto of 210 to 109. It Is reported that President Taft will veto the bill on the ground that Congress should await tho report or the Tariff Commission, thereby securing scientific revision. WILSON'S TURN NEXT In tho bitter controversy between Governor Wilson of New Jersey, Presidential candidate, and his campaign supporters on the one hand, and Colonel Harvey and Colonel Watter-so- n on tho other, which, has practically sidetracked everything elso of a news und political nature for tho last two weeks, It Is now up to Mr. Wilson to speak. The He has been passed from sldo to side and Mr. Watterson, before going to his Flori da homo beyond tho reuch of the telegraph, was tho last to pass It and he did it with a vengeance. Verily, not only the road' to tho White Houso is a hard one, but tho road to Baltimore is proving an exciting race course betweeu the half dozen Democratic aspirants. Howevor, those lu tho grand stand witnessing tho performance still shout as tho Watterson lightnings flash and thunders roar around tho chariot of tho New Jersey Governor. Payne-Aldric- REDEEMS ITS PROMISES By tho passage of the County Unit Bill in tho Senate last Thursday with a majority of 24 to 14, and the that Gov. McCreary will sign tho measure, the Democratic party has fulfilled one of tho most Important pledges in its plattonn. Strong opposition was not wanting but It now appears that the liquor interests were defeated from the cor-tain- prohibit-can- 't prohibit as long as every railroad station and express office even in dry territory is forced by the United States Government to become the retail liquor stores of foreign breweries and distilleries. But there is hope of relief. As the result of the great temperance conference held in Washington in Decnmber a bill has been introduced in both houses of Congress which, if passed, will proshiphibit the nefarious traffic in so far as it relates to ments. It is said that a good many Senators and Representatives are interested in the measure, nnd if the bill can be gotten out of the committees to which it has been assigned, that is, reported favorably, both houses will likely pass it. It is known as the Sheppard-Kcnyo- n Bill, having been introduced in the House by Congressman Sheppard and in the Senate by Senator Kenyon. Everyone who is interestedin making prohibition prohibit, cares for the well being of the country and who is enough interested to urge Congress to do the thing it is elected to do, should write to these gentlemen as well as to his individual Congressman and Senators and any others that he may happen to have any claim upon, urging immediate and favorable action. For the benefit of all interested we give the bill in full: inter-state flesh of swine. No, prohibition don't first. Tho champion of the measure in tho Senate was Senator Claude M. Thomas. It will be remembered that he was ono of the strongest defenders of the County Unit Law In the last legislature. In his speech hut Thursday he showed a spirit far above partlslan politics when he strongly commended Judge O'Rear and gave him much credit for tho Bentlment in favor of tho measure, at tho same time defending his Judicial record. SEN. THOMAS FOR CONGRESS Tho championship of tho County Unit measure by Senator Thomas and tho stand he has taken against the lobby of the liquor forces and other interests bas resulted in many demands being made upon him to enter the. Congressional Primary In the 7th District. It will be remembered that ho ran two .years ago and was defeated by the present Congressman, Mr. Cantrlll, who Is now charged with having called a snap primary. TWO GOOD BILLS Two bills looking to the revision of Kentucky's present tax laws havo Leon Introduced In tho Stato Senate. One abolishes the tax on real estate liens which, as It Btands, amounts to a doublo tax. The other will abolish the tax on extra state bonds and stocks. This also amounts to double taxation provided theso bonds aro taxed In other states. It Is claimed that both theso provisions In our tax system havo worked great injury to the state. Tho champions of ieyison aro Sonators Hogg and Arnett. WOMEN TO VOTE Tho bill providing for woman's suffrago In all matters pertaining to schools passed the Houso of Representatives at Frankfort lait week by a voto of C2 to 25. A HILL To prohibit interstate commerce In Intoxicating liquors In certain cases. lie It enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America In Congress assembled, That the shipment or transportation In any manner or bjr any means whatsoever of any spirituous, vinous, malted, fermented, or other Intoxicating liquor of any kind, including beer, ale, or wine, from one State, Territory, or district of the United States or place noncontiguous to but subject to jurisdiction thereof, Into any other State, Territory, or district of the United States, or place noncontiguous to but subject to the jurisdiction thereof, or from any foreign country Into any State, Territory, or district of the United States, or place noncontiguous to but subject to the jurisdiction thereof, which said spirituous, vinous malted, fermented, or other Intoxlcatlng liquor Is intended, by any person Interested therein, directly or Indirectly, or In any manner connected with the transaction, to be received, possessed, or kept, or In any manner used, either In the original package or otherwise, in violation of any law of such State, Territory, or district of the United Stales, or place noncontiguous to but subject to the Jurisdiction thereof, enacted In the exercise of powers of such State, Territory, or district of the United States, or place noncontiguous to but subject to the jurisdiction thereof, Is hereby prohibited; and any and all contracts pertaining to such transactions are hereby declared to be null and void, and no sttlt or action shall be maintained in any court of the United States upon any such contract or con. tracts, or for the enforcement or protection of any alleged right based upon or growing out of such contract or or for the protection In any manner whatsoever of such prohibited transactions. Sec. a. That there shall be no property right In or to any such liquor while In the possession of any railway company, express company, or other common carrier In connection with any shipment or transportation thereof In violatoln of this -' the-policon-tract- s, DARROW INDICTED Clarenco S. Darrow, Chicago attor ney, who defended tho McNamaras at Continued on l'axc Fivt Don't Buy Your Roofing Until You See Us WHY? Painted Roofing Galvanized Roofing Guttering - ... - $1.79 and up. $2.79 and up. 20 per cent reduction. Act. FIFTH Interesting Local Items. Serial Story. SEVENTH Notes on Cooking. PAGE) SIXTH PAGE PAGB week. 1997 wero In tho South, 3C3 In tho west, and. 10 In tho east (none in all New England.) 1.109 of tho persons lynched were wblto men, 109 for rapo. Of tho blacks lynched 783 were charged with murder, 707 with vlolenco to women, 104 with Union Gospel Meetings tho Chapel, as well as at night. Tho tlmo given to theso raro services will bo yory short only ono week. Everybody Is heartily Invited. This week ought to bring a Mossing to every homo and ovory Btudcnt'a room in Borca, Plan to bo present at ovory service To meet tho convlnenco of citizens, tho night meetings will bo held at 7, instead or' 7:30 as at first announced . THESE PRICES HOLD GOOD ONLY ON SATURDAYS OF THIS MONTH FROM 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. We Don't Want Your Money, We Want Your Order. Suggestions tor Farmers. EIGHTH PAGE Eastern Kentucky News. Don't be Duped Editorial. No Boul Saved In Lost Body. Feb. 4 to 11 Each night atfiOO. Each day oxepet Saturday, at 3:15. Led by Itov. Chas. S. Knight. Tho protracted meeting usually held arson, 101 with theft, and the rest by tho Collcgo and Union church with moro "sauclnoss." In 1907 there will bo led this year by Rev. 0. S. woro only 63 lynchlngs, 42 of which Knight, of Wisconsin, whoso preach wero In tho four states of Loulsana, ing at Thanksgiving time was to Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia, much blcssod. and only 2 in all tho north. Drother Knight will arrive, Satur As for tho prosperity of the South, day, and preach Sunday morning In Conllnutd on page Four During this month we make a speciality of repairing Steel Ranges. JBcrea School ot Hoof ino HENRY LBNOFELLNER, Office Manager noon 136 Jackson St., Berea, A'y. Phonudayj, night iSl, CLASS IN ROOFINO WILL START MARCH 4th. 1A . PtgeTvo. THE CITIZEN. I """" I " The Citizen A family I TAFT GREETS DUKE ANXIOUS MOMENTS FIGHTING IN CHINA AGAIN Republicans Tired of the Slow Tactics of Premier and Advance on Capital SCHOOLS OF TOWN PLANNING HEAVY LOSS IN FIRST BATTLE Man Who Adda to Beauty of City la Given Encouragement In Europe. !4 newipaper for all that la right true and Intereatlng. rublUtinl every Thursday (Incui'iwrrtud) t Br, Ky. BEREA PUBUSH1NG CO. CONNAUQHT MAKE8 BRIEF VISIT TO WHITE HOUSE, PRE8IDENT RETURNS CALL. GIVEN Troopera A i. P. 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Washington The duke of the first royal visitor to Washington In many years, was received by President Taft at the executive mansion and his call was returned by the president at the 'British embassy. t, member or CnmiCKT PRESS AHBOCTATIOW. The woman who entered ault against railroad for "loss of her complexsuing for bcr waa simply ion.' trunk. It Is proposed to tend men tn Jail fo carrying ilrearms. If the proposition la carried out tho jails are likely to be overcrowded. The Kansas nlmrod who shot at a rabbit and bit six gtrls has achieved a record of which many a deer hunter would be proud. The fact that 191 persons were killed during deer season shows that England Is not the only nation that takes Its pleasures sadly. When the poet, summed up his reasons why the female of the species Is more deadly than the male, he forgot tn mention her hatpin. M H The discovery of $477 In a new York street beggar's pocket shows that there are still people who do not use the postal savings' banks. A woman college professor la raid to r languages, be able to speak but most women are able to make one language go a long distance, fifty-fou- A physlcan Informs us that a woman's age can be told by her pulse Hereafter It will be considered a deadly Insult to feel a woman's pulse. !! An anonymous dollar waa lately received by the conscience fund at Washington. The supposition Is that It came from a conscience-stricken trust. A Turk In a court case In New Tork Insisted on swearing by the beard of the Prophet Mohammed. The accuracy of such testimony naturally hung by k hair. There Is food for a moment's reflection In the case of that Ice cream dealer whose wife charges him with not taking a bath oftener than once a year. A Kansas Ctly Judge says that all :rlmlnals are small, scrawny men. Evidently he never met one of them In tn alley on a dark night, ready for business. "New York society has been shock-tby the dancing of a Flltppluo girl." And she won't have to look elsewhere for engagements so long as abe can keep It up. o Another comet Is said to have been alscovered seen In Germany, but It any be only one of the sparks the miser has let fly In the direction of the crown prince. The mayor uf an Ohio city has refused an Increase of pay on the ground that the present salary Is enough. This Is truly, as It has been called, the hour of wonders. A Boston pastor la trying to Induce bis trustees to establish "courting parlors" In the basement of his church, and the flippant say be Is scheming to Increase his own fees. Pennsylvania psychologist reports that bo bus taught two chlmpanzes not only to talk, but to think. Ho ought to be hired to experiment with the ions of somo of Pennsylvania's rich A men. There Is In Delaware a young man who cotaiplalns that his life Is being made miserable because every woman He be meets wants to kiss him. onions. might try raising a beard or eating protest they .Now York waiters don't want tips, but adequate wages. As a matter ol fact, It would be necessary to give them the salary of a bank president to compensate them for the loss In tips, so it ta likely palms will be allowed to Itch as before. A Chicago woman Is about Escorted to the Whlto Houso by cavalry, received with all the honors that flashing sabers, martial music and ten aids could accord his royal station, presented by the British ambassador to tho president of the United States, the duke waa then In turn Introduced by the president to Mrs. Taft. All the women of the cabinet circle, Including Mlsa Taft. were preaented to the duke, but In tho case of the president's wife, the L?usuat form of royal presentation was reversed. As the president and the duke stood chatting In the blue room It would have been difficult for a stranger to determine which waa of royal blood PEKING IK PERIL and which an American cltlten. The eight houra the duke spent In Washington were marked by hla exchange of calls with the president, a AMERICANS ARE TOLD TO SEEK dinner and reception at the Drttlsh SAFETY BY U. 8. MINISTER embassy and a brief appearance at CALHOUN. the National Press club. The latter Wash-lngtooccasion, at which he saw the correspondents of the news- FIGHTING MAY COME SOON papers of the country, was the only affair except of a personal or purely official character be has attended Manchu and Chinese Troops Near since coming to the United States. Conflict Premier to Go to Tien Tain at First Opportunity Republic Demanda $7,OC0,0OO. TELLS HOW FUND WAS SPENT Peking. All Americana residing In Secretary Knox Appears Before House the outlying districts of this city have Commlttea With Champlaln been called In by United States Fete Vouchers. Calhoun. The friction between the Manchu Washington. One gorgeoua dinner troops of tho Imperial army and Yuan at ten dollara per cover for the elite; Shi Kal's force of Chinese troops is a luncheon for ordinary mem-ber- constantly Increasing, and a serious of the legislature; cocktails, conflict may be precipitated at any wines, traveling expenses and a bou- moment quet of Lilies of the Valley for the The warning la given to missionarwife of the postmaster general of ies at several Important stations In Canada, accounted for every Pnny Chi Li province and to Americans doof the mysterious $20,000 fund appro- ing business In the caplfal outside the priated in 1909 for government par- foreign concesalons. There la a guard ticipation tn the now famous celebra- of marines at the legation, and those tion at Lake Champlaln. will be safe who Secretary Knox, under subpoena, from seek refuge there violence. It is thought. In sn appeared before the house commit- emergency the military forces of all tee for expenditures for the state the powers will act together for tho department and laid bare vouchers protection of foreigners. covering the entire expenditure. There are now about 1,600 Ameri"Loose practices have existed In can marines and soldiers In China, inemergency cluding conducting the secret or the regiment of Infantry which fund," admitted Secretary Knox. came last week from the Philippines at"Your Investigation directed my and other men brought In quietly from tention to the abuse. I think a few time to time in the last few weeks expenditures should not be made pub- from war vessels in coast waters. lic. Some, of course, must not be." These forces are guarding a sectioa Secretary Knox read a letter writ- of the railroad from the capital to tho ten by himself to the president rec- seashore, but would be within easy ommending that the vouchers be call In case they were needed in thla made public. The president directed city. the production of the vouchers. Shanghai. Huang Sing, the republican minister of war. made a demand CHURCHES SHOW POOR GAIN on the China Merchants' Steam Navigation company for about $7,000,000. by the company Fall to Keep Abreast With tncreaaed In the event of failure to produce the sum the company's vesPopulation of Country, Accordsels will be commandeered by the reing to Cenaus Report. publican government and sold. The company asked the In the United directors of the New York. Churches war minister for time to consult their States are not keeping abreast of the stockholders. increase of population, according to the compilation of Dr. H. K. Carroll, GETS LIFE TERM former director of the religious cen- WEBSTER sus. Just Issued. The churches of the United States, Chicago Physician Who Confessed He Murdered Hla Wife Sentenced according to Dr. Carroll, added only to Jollet Prlaon. 694,366 to their membership In 1911. Of this 230,665 is credited to the CathOregon. 111. Dr. Harry Elgin Webolics and 204,289 to the Methodists. ster of Chicago was sentenced to life There was also an Increase of 1,990 Imprisonment at hard labor In the ministers and 2,832 churches In the Jollet penitentiary for the murder of same period. bis wlfo, Dessle Kent Webster. "The Increase In 1911 was less than Judge Richard S. Farrand, before 1.7 per cent," says Doctor Carroll, sentence, read a long Imposing "which cannot be considered at all statement the excoriating the physician. satisfactory." In concluding he said: "It Is the sentence of this court YUKON OUTDONE IN MANITOBA that! you be imprisoned In the penitentiary at Jollet for and during your Hundreds of Men, Women and Chil- natural life, the first day of that Imprisonment to be In solitary confinedren Flock to Newly Discovment, the balance of your time at ered Cold Fields. hard labor, and that you pay the costs Winnipeg, Man. Men, women and of prosecution.' even children are flocking to a little town on tho Canadian BILL URGES HITCHCOCK PLAN Northern railway 268 miles west of Representative Cary of Wisconsin Ofhere. Gold has been discovered there, and fers Measure to Provide Government Owned Telegraph Lines. If even only a small percentage of the fabulous stories being told aro true it Washington. Representative Carey is the richest find In the history of western Canada and rivals the Yukon of Wisconsin, a Republican, has Infields. troduced a bill providing for governGold In paying quantities have been ment ownership of telegraph lines, a struck in seams only two feet below project recently urged by Postmaster the surface and rich finds have been General Hitchcock. It was referred to made In all directions from Mlnltonas. tho postofllce committee. n a Mini-tona- GOMPERS IS BITTER CHALLENGES HEYBURN TO PRODUCE ANYTHING AGAINST HIM. Defies Senator to Furnish Proof That Ha Was Connected With Dynamiting. Washington. Defy): g Senator to prove In a court of law that be waa connected even In the amalleit way with the McNamara dynamite outrages. Samuel Gompera. presldeut of the American Federation of Labor, made bitter answer In the American Federationlst to charges declaimed by Heyburn on the floor of the aenate In bla statement Mr. Gonipers says: "And now a word with you, Beuator I aak you to read the ediHeyburn. torial In this Issue of tbe American Hey-burn Federationlst under the caption The Man Higher Up. You will observe there not only my denial of any knowledge of. or connection with, any dynamiting or other unlawful conduct hut you will alio observe that 1 therein challenge Ilurns to prove any charge which either or all of theta may bring agalnat me. "I now challenge you to produce In a court of law any such evidence. "It was not my good fortune to hsve been born In the United States. My father and mother came to the United States In 1863. 1 waa then thirteen years of ate and a factory boy. Eight years after my arrival on Octobsr 4. 1872, upon attaining by majority, I took upon myaelf the privilege of BLACKMAIL BY BIG PARTIES 8enator Culberaon Charges Corporations Were Intimidated for Campaign Contributions In 1904, Washington. "We know corporations engaged In Interstate commerce were Intimidated and blackmailed for campaign contrlbutlona." aald Senator Culberaon In reviewing the alleged activity of national campaign committees In 1904. He was urging action on hla resolution providing for an Investigation. "The year 1904 aurpasaed all others with In the audacity and Indecency which campaign funds were demanded," he said. DECREE VOID, TWO HUSBANDS Illinois In Woman Predicament Through Violating Law by Remarrying Within a Week. HI. Decause Ida Mount Vernon, Dodson married another man In St. Louis a week after she was divorced from James Dodson, Judge Green vacated the decree and she now has two husbands. Tho reason for vacating the decree waa that the contracting parties knew the Illinois law and left the state for the purpose of violating married to James Carroll It She waa111. of Dluford. STANDARD OIL FINED $55,000 New York Corporation Mulcted for 143 Violations of the Interstate Commerce Law. Buffalo, N. Y. The Standard Oil 0 company of New York was fined by Judge Haicl In tho United States district court In this city for 143 violations of tho interstate commerce law in accepting rate concessions in 1904 and 1905 from the Pennsylvania and New York Central railroads on shipments of oil from Olean, $4.2605.26. N. Y., to Burlington, VL $55,-00- lL the armistice. . One dispatch from Nanking says iicrun nas a scnooi or tows planning. that there Is to be no morn dillydally ing, and ucgotlatfonB Germany has experts llko 8tueb- with Premier Yuan Shi Knl, hut that the attack on ben, Fischer, Ourlett, llenrlci and Ilaumelater, who give advice on town the capital Is to bo begun at once. planning nnd trnvel from city tn Gen. Li Yuen Hung, commander-in-chief of tho revolutionary forces, bas city. It is a new profession "staed- taken personal charge of the expedi- tebau." Frankfort baa built an exposition tion against Peking, which left Wu ball about tho slxe of Madlsoa Hquar Chang. Sharp fighting has already occurred garden. Munich baa a group of exposition on tho railroad from Tientsin to Pu- kow. The Imperial troops under the bulldlnga comprlalbg an auditorium, a command of Chang Haitn, formerly theater, a hall for exhlblta and a :ommandcr at Nanking, came Into summer concert garden. When a new atreet la opened In contact with the advance guard of the rcbls 76 miles south of SuCbow, Ilruasela or Parla. prltca running as where Gen. Chang Haun has hla head- high as $4,000 In Ilruasola and equal to f the street tax In I'arla are quarters. The casualties were heavy on both offered by the autborllisa for the moat, artistic facadea. sides. Vienna remits a percentage mt tnxea Three battalions of infantry belongto landlords who will tear down an ing to tho Imperial army, accompanied by two batteries of mountain artillery old building and put up a bigger and and six machine, guns left Tslnan, In better one. Copenhagen glvea a prlxe cxery year the province of Sban-Tunto tho architect who designs the most, sightly building and best harmonises with the older buildings about IL ENDS AGAINST A FENCE. Parik requires that all office and Aviator Gill Injured In Night Flight house fronta aball be periodically repaired or repainted, ao that tho atrcol at Loa Angeles Speed and Altishall appear neat rnd fresh. tude Race a Feature. All wide Paris streets are In effect They have rowa of shade V. Gill, of parka. Los Angeles. Howard treea. Many or them have a central llaltlmorc, flying n Ilurgcsa-Curtla- s aeroplane, brcko two ribs and suffered park atrip planted with treea, grass other minor Injuries when hla motor and flowers, and bencbea are placed stopped whllo he waa making u night there. Along the chief atreets ar perhaps 100,000 treea, a large number flight near Uomlnguez Held. With his machine under perfect for a city ao compactly buliL In practically all European cltlos control Gill aLirtcd to glido to earth from a height of 360 feet, but In the pavements aro kept conatantly in good dnrkness ran into a barbed wire fence. repair. All thoae European citlea wboae. When picked up ho woa unconscious. good government bas aometblng to Ills machine was wrecked. e teach America managed not by A speed' race, followed by an altitude duel, both In a driving rain, fea- politicians but by ttxperta. tured the day meeting. Tho contestants were Lincoln IJeacby and Phil SCHOOL GARDEN GREAT HELP Parroalee, the crack aviators of the Curtis and Wright camps, respective- Supplies Initiative and Responsibility ly, Ilcach took most of the honor, Lacking In Child Who Goes to winning tho race against Parmolee, Work Early. and both made sensational spirals to the ground after reaching an altitude Those who have made a thorough of more than 3,000 feet. study of the subject have found that the children who leave school early, for hard work, are of little value to CINCINNATI MARKETS their employers, because or lack of Initiative and proper sense or responsibility. No home training In this Wheat No. 2 red ll.0Hfl.02, No. 3 line Is given tbem at any age, and red 95c$l. No. 4 red 8I09SC. In thla tbe school garden may be of Corn No. 2 white. 68 O 69c, No. 3 great help. white 67068c. No. 4 white 64 066c. Aftor a child has laid out bis garNo. 2 yellow 67 0 68c. No. 3 yellow 650 den with tape or other measure, drawn 66c. No. 4 yellow 62064 Vic. No. 2 mixIt to a acale, laid out each atnall aled CO 68c. No. 3 mixed 64065c. No. 4 lotment for several aorta of planta, C4 0 66c. yelmixed 61061c. white ear fcrtlllted nnd dug over and r.mooth-e- d low car 63 0 67c, mixed ear 64 0 66c. out bla little gardon, he has weTt Oata No. 2 white 52052VSc standdefined Ideaa nnd knowlcdgo conard white 62e. No. 3 white 61Va52c. cerning llnea and tbolr length, relaNo. 4 white 49061c. No. 2 mixed 51 062c, No. 3 mixed 51 851 He, No. 4 tionships; and of areas, volumes, etc. A knowlodgoof tho amount of seed be mixed 48050c Hay No. 1 timothy $24.50. No. 2 bowk1, weighing, measuring or even ea-- . timothy $23. No. 3 timothy $21021.60, tlmatlng the aubavquent crop and com-- , No. 1 clovnr mixed $23, No. 2 clover putlng Its money valuo has lu it all mixed $21.C0. No. 1 clover $23.50 0 24. the fundamentals of a business educaNo. 2 clover $22.60023: Hales: 19 tons tion. Add to this tho study or soils' No. 1 clover mixed (track) $23.50. and their formation, effects Strong on good and choice; and moisture --.nd tho many of heat' Cattle other steady on medium and common grade. points dovclopcd In school gard"' Shippers $5.60(76.90, choice- to extra $7 work, and you have largely tcsdeoJf' 07.25; butcher steers, extra $6,350 brjSf' 6.50, good to choice $6.2506, common the once comparatively blank space Into a practical working to fair J4.20tf5.lG: heifers, extra $5.75 ffiC. good to cholco $4.7505.60, common to fair $304.50; cows, extra $4.75 (1 5, good to choice $464.65, common For Protecting Green Cement to fair $1.5003.75; canners $J.G03. After laying a new concrete sideHole-KiHulls Kasy and slow. was not long since tho custom $4. 1004.75, extra $4,850 o, fat bulls walk it to protect It from marring whllo It $4.7506.25. Cnjvea Opened quiet at yesterday's was still soft by spreading over It closing prices. Kxtra $80)8.25, fair to tar paper, which waa held down by good $6.50 0 7.76, common and largo fciuuye oy light atones laid on It here aad there. J3.5O07.CO. Steady at yesterday's clos a not altogether satisfactory method Hoes ing prices. Selected heavy ship for under tbeso light and unevenly pers $6.3006.30, good to cholco pack- placed weights the paper was likely ers and butchem $6.30 0 6.35. mixed to shift or to blow up In places. Dut packers $6.1006.30, stags $30C. com mon to cholco heavy rat sows xf.zbw nowadays while It la hardening the new pavement la protected In a much, 5.65, extra $5.75, light shippers $5,300 more perfect manner by spreading 5.75, pigs (110 lbs and less) $4.25 over the tar paper that has been laid C.26. Sheen Slow and weak. Kxtra $3.60 upon It a uniform thin layer of sand, 03.76, good to cholco $3.1003.60, this being one or the Innumerablecommon to fair J1.250M. large and small, Kxtra teristic of modern ways or characLambs Slow and lower. doing good to cholco $6.1006.50, things. $6.6006.65, common to fair $4.25 0 6, yearlings one-bala---- Ancient Athena and Home set us an cxampto of civic centers In tbo Acropolis and tho Forum. Frankfort, aaya the New York Peking. Tho Manchu element of World, purchased a number of modi- when dis- eval buildings near the city ball and the city were patches wcro received that tho revolu- restored them to tbo original style tionists had decided to put an end to tuuj biiuuiu uo III uaiuiVH; wim panic-stricke- n Manchu Element In Peking la Probabilities Are That End of Dynasty la Very Near. Panlc-Strlck- f . fm ( Senator Grady Critically III. New York. 8tate Senator Thomas T. Grady, Democratic leader In the upper chamber of the state legislature. Is In a private sanitarium here, suffering from diabetes. His condition is said to be critical. "Billy" Delsney Admiral Hellner Dead. Oakland, Cal. William A. ("nilly") party for her son. Proba coming-ou- t Baby Swallows Tsck; Diss. Lewis New York. Hear Admiral ably be will wear a drees coat cut Delaney, famoua trainer of champion C, Hellner, U. 8. N., retired, died at Terre Haute, Ind. The princess style, trousers with diagonal pugilists, died here at bla home in son of Joseph Davles died here tbe naval hospital here. He was alx gores, diamonds and pcarla and carry thla city. Ho had been ill for sevor swallowing a tack years old and was graduated of st bouquet and eral months and his death was not as the result unexpected. which penetrated its wlmtplro. from the naval academy la 1870. maidenhair ferns. ty-od- d to give t Dead. At Sea Without Compass. Charleston, 8, C Having lost during a charts and instruments storm at sea tho first week in January, tho British steamship George Py. man, from Nordenbam, Germany, arand rived here battered bruised. Aftor their marine instruments had been lost they steered by the sun. Explosion In Asia Kills Many. Juldla.Cblncso Turkestan. A lareo number of people were killed here. uouaes deand several uunurxu stroyed by a terrific explosion at the powder magazine in tho old city of Suldun, which lies to tbe north of New Kuldja. Lodi, Uusslan Poland. The timely arrival of the pollco Just prevented u "Stylish ebr band of fanatical women from cruci"Well, not exactly. One or th fying u man whom they hud adopted as their "Savior." A new sect wbh re- daughters Is taking singing lessons, cently formed by women of the Mo- tbe oldest boy practices several hours-everday on the trombone and tn ravian community, They selected n man named Kowalskl, whom they wor- Fllmdtng twins are always crying." shiped as their Savior. They urged him to allow himself to be cruclfled so as . Hostile Relations. to enable them to prove tbo truth of Jack Perkins What relations oils their tenets by his resurrection. Thirty between you and Miss ItlchlelgbT determined women took his houso by Her father and mother; Tom Poor storm. Russian Women. Variety of Tone. "Tbo presence of the Fllmdlngs lends considerable tone to our neighborhood." or J&.t 1 February 1, 1912 OLLIE M. JAMES THE CITIZEN. Pat MONEY SPENT 1NIEEM0NAL FQRSCHOOLS Kontucky Put Noarly a Millions Into New Buildings Dnrlng Past Year. PLAN TO HELP COUNTY SUNMYSCIHE Lesson 1 Christian's Obligation ODD FACTS Berea Printing School Department of Berea College OF TEMPERANCE Definition Is Moderate Use of Thing That Are Useful and Total Omission of Harmful Ones. IUr. William Moutf r liltU lottltaM, Ktm, t). IV. Dtrrttor Rlble Chicago. Omim LESSON FOR FEBRUARY FAIRS 4 By Edward A. Manhafl, Instructor of Missions, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago (The Citizen is a specimen of our work.) o THE WISE MEN LED BY THE STAR "flterlnarlans Ak for 8Ute Regula tloni Governor Make Appointment New Senate Rulei. Frankfort Slnco Uio now school law thero havo been built In thla atato 1,178 school build liiKM, which cost $831,031. Thla Infor the passago of county Stenographer to Chief Clerk Chas. Howes, Johnson county. Veterinarians Want Protection. Stenographers for Houso Members A hill has been drawn up by tho Miss Altno 1'hilllps, Franklin coun Kentucky Veterinary Medical asso ty, and Miss Zllplio Williamson, ciation and will bo Introduced for en Trimble county. Enrolling ' Clerk Miss actmcnt into a law. Tho bill Is slnv Assistant liar to one introduced at the last Amy Lyons, Lexington. session, but has been revised and Hill Thompson, Clerk Amoroso corrected, not including any phnso of Marshall county. Mull Clerks Harret Riles, Carter the tuborculosls question. It has for Its purpose to place tho veterinary county, and John Newton, Franklin practice In Kentucky in tho hnndx of county. Copyist Miss competent and educated men, and Applegate, Maud thereby cluvaiu the profession. It pro- Pendleton county. vides among other things for a board of four veterinary medical ox Some Senate Rules. nmlners, compels tho Issuunra of Tho rules committee of the senate ilccnticB to practitioners upon decided on soma changes. Tho com nntlon, tORother with the reglstratloj mltteo decided not to recommend the of these licenses nud provides n pen rules providing for ceremonies lucl alty by flno or by Jail sentence, or dent to the opening of tho senate. It both, for violation of tho net. was decided to adopt a rulo requiring Thn appointment of tho board Is the senators to stand whllo the lieu In tho hands of the governor, tenant governor entered the t&nate. lelt who shall unnounco blu s lection aftor the sergennt-at-armhad rapped within 30 days after tho fsskgu of for order, tho presiding otllccr to the a:t enter with the minister who was to offer prayer. In Aid of State and County Fairs. A rulo was adopted requiring all Tho bill giving to tho stnto and employes of tho senate to meet th county fairs for premiums tho scrgcant-at-armin tho cloakroom JO amounts readied from horso and Jack minutes before tho hour at which HcctiBcs, Introduced in tho sennto by tho senate convenes. Tho sergeant-at-arm- s o Senator liuhblo of Stanford. Is to call tho roll of tho em Sid Clay of llourhon coun- ployes and report to tho senate any ty will offer tho bill in tho house. The who fall to answer to thoir names. MM provldos thnt tho license fees for Any person desiring admission to horses nnd Jacks In each county shall tbo floor of the senate can secure the be turned over to tho fair given In prlvllego by securing the Indorsement that county. Tho fees from horses of one senator and tho presiding ofaro to b devoted to premiums for ficer. tho different classes of horses nnd those from Jacks to bo given In pre- To Tour Kentucky Mines. miums to Jacks nnd mules. Where was noti Representative no fair Is held In the county, tho fees fied by tho director of tho bureau of gw to tho stato fair. Tho horsemen tho next six weeks of. the stnto aro said to favor tho bill. mines that within mine safety car No". 7 will make a tour of tho coal fields of southeast fv.die Coat for Northwest. Kentucky. Tho car is now mnklng a It Is reported that tho Chesapeake tour of coal fields In Tennessee, and Ohio railway will build a and When thereafter goes to Virginia. extension from Harold, on the Ash- this has been concluded southeast land division, up Heaver Creek to Kentucky territory will be visited. tho coal lauds owned by the Consoli- The director requests Mr. to dation, Heaver Creek and Northern furnish him a list of the mining Co.il companies. towns to bo visited in order that the Coal from these mines will bo sent attendance for Instruction and train- through Ashland to Cincinnati, where ng at tho car may bo as full as pos It will bo turned over to tho Cincin- sible for mining operators and tntn- nati, Hamilton and Dayton for tho rs. haul to Toledo, from which point It will bo handled in tho great lakes Kentucky Exhibit. ooal tralllc during the summer, whilo For John K. Steele, former chief clerk In tho winter It will be diverted for of tho seunto committee on public l nn haul to tho Northwest. buildings and grounds, will appear In before tho Kentucky legislature Helm Designated. Panama-PacifiExposiKcpiTHentntlvo Helm has been des- behalf of the tion company. This Is tho company ignated n member of tho on Insular affairs to consider having In charge tho San Francisco 191G, and th? status of the Filipino. Tho ques- celebration of secure thoMr. Steele usual apwill attempt to beforo tho committee Is to tion propriation for n Kentucky exhibit. whether tho natlvo Filipino customarily asked ranges is a citizen of tho United States, or Tho sunt merely of the Philippine Islands, nnd from 7ri,000 to S1G0.800. what his position Is with, regard t Bank Inspectors Idle. that citizenship. Pending tho disposition by the Delegate Named. legislature of tho bill to establish a Tho governor Iiuh appointed L)r. K. banking commissioner's department, with provision for Inspection, tho N. McCaruiuck of Howling Green, of the state board of heulth, present examiners, who served under as u dolegntt) from Kentucky to thy Dr. Hen L. Hruner, secretary of mootliiK of tho American Medical as- state, and who huvo held on under sociation, which will bo hold In Chi- Dr. C. V. C'recellus, his successor, will cago Feb. not be employed. schools being $1C6,000. s s Repre-pentativall-mic sec-rota26-2- atato superintendent' department. In addition to the money spent for new buildings, thero tins been spent a total or 1200,424 In repnlrinic 3.341 school buildings. The buildings hnvo been put In condition for occupancy ny mo expenditure of this monoy and $:08,792 was spent for furniture to be usod in the school buildings, new and old. Durlne tho oorlod slnen thn adoption of the new school law thero hfcre been established ICS high schools, which aro attended by 4,400 ruplls, tho cost for operating these mutlon, alone with othor statistics re garrflug tlio common school of the stnto, Is obtained from a report which v. vinunn. has been comnlled bv T. formerly assistant superintendent of public Instruction. Thn facta wero Kathorvd from the annual report moilo ny rror. hlsworth llegonstcln, former Ollle M. James, congressman from superintendent, covering tho period during which he was In olllco. Tho the First Kentucky district, has been report is now being sent out by the elected United States senator by the legislature of Kentucky. Have 8omo More Help. Tho Joint resolution providing for tho appointment of additional help In the houso and senate, as amended by tho senate, was concurred In, after which Speaker Terrell announced extra help appointments la tho houso as follows: Doorkeepers Mont.v Assistant Cravens, Honry county; Sebastian Stone, Versailles; J. W. Itecd, Allen First Pardons by Qov. McCreary. Tho first pardons that have been granted by (lov. McCreary since ho has boon in olllco wero Issued. A pardon was granted to Harvey Ingles, convicted in Doll county of assault and battery, and one to C. C. convicted in Hardin county of carrying coiccaled a deadly weapon. Wey-mot- ItepresenUtivo J. O. Kelly of Hancock county. In a bill Introduced by him, would limit passenger fare Representative House appointed t Iword steam or electric cars to 2 tho Annapolis Naval academy Fran) per tnlk). rtfl L. Clam of Willlamstown. Postolfices Established. Postolltces have been established at on tho new towns of McRoburts, Wright's Fork, nnd Dunham, on the headwaters of Klkhoni, in the coul Holds, being built by tho Conuollda tlou Coal company. Hurdlne, nnothei olllce, has been established at Ml in No. 1, three miles below Jenkins, where there Is much building alac under way. by Prof. Thomas C. Ulalsdell of Lansing. His definition of tomperanco is Your patronago Is asked to help especially striking. He says: "TemSo quietly had Jesus mndo His apstudents, and to insure perance is the moderate use ot those pearance into the world that Ills ares things that are helpful, and the total your getting your money's worth. missionary? rival was unknown In Jerusalem until during omission of those things that are pecially the Wlso Men came from tho East. CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND spiritual awaken harmful." Perhaps the shepherds had hot told Ing, when devotion The professor declares that every ORDERS I1Y MAIL. YOU WILL GET their tale of tho heavenly vhlon, or to Christ was be man should beware of even the mod-cat- e perhaps they had told It, but It bad emphasized use of liquor tor rive principal SATISFACTION. TERMS CA8II. ADing been unheeded or ridiculed. So as the reasons: Such a question DRESS morning star still rises without noise, Ing of connclcnce First it threatens tho physical and as the seed shoots up and tho tructuro of the body. is usually followflower opens In sllenco, so was It Second It decreases the capacity ed by an Inner with tho coming of Christ, the Hose of conflict of reason tor work. BEREA, ICY. Sharon, and the Hrlght and Morning Third it lowers the mental ability Ing and excuse Star. No thunder awoko tho hills of making, all of which silently but nnd degenerates the morals. Palestine; no trumpet peal went surely test the solidity of the heart's Fourth It greatly lessens the through Its city; no herald went be- consecration. chance for health and long life. greeted fore Him; so roynl salute Fifth It causes, a man's sins to be Vou may ask, "After all, why should Him. His mother and the chosen this question trouble mo, I have no visited on bis children and bis few of tbo inner circle who had wit- cnllT" Have you forgotten that when grandchildren. nessed tho wondcrous birth, made no you The professor asked this question: accepted Christ this was Includ proclamation of It, they received all ed among the Items for your consld Why are tho working men who drink In silent, happy faith, and pondered To those who have children to edueratlon? You have passed It by. If, discriminated against by employers r these, things In their hearts. He then proceeded to answer his own cate In the church where you are a mem and wish to reside In Berea for make Even so does Christ Ho said that alcohol, even ,a notice was read from the put question. His advent Into ninny a heart. So ber pit Inviting every member to attend In moderate quantities, decreases the a longer or shorter time to enjoy It silently does He oftlmes come that a social the following evening, would capacity for muscular and mental educational advantages, one scarcely Is able to tell the day you the College be foolish enough to afterward work, obliterating part of the Meld or the hour when Christ was born Insist and abolishing a has a number of houses, large and that you bad received no In of consciousness, In his life. Tho Kingdom of Clod vitatlon The certain collateral train of thought does not always come with observa- opposite and refuse to attend? in committing lines from mall, some of them partly furnished, would be the rule, for any tion. candidate for membership, expecting Shakespeare shows that two glasses to rent on reasonable terms. Adriress Inquiry of tho Wise Men sug The to unlto soon, would expect such a of beer each day for two years results gests a deep Interest In Christ Herod purpose In a loss ot working capacity of the Inquiry savo In Jeal him to sufficient ground to entitle mind from 25 to 40 per cent, and les mado no such bo present. Thus your church ousy; Jerusalem was not particularly sens the capacity ot tho memory to membership Interested In tho subject; but a very responce to and mine Involves our about 70 per cent. THE COLLEGE TREASURER the call of the Great few In Israel cared anything nbout It. Commission. In New Orleans, when tbo last How like conditions today. BEREA, KY. cholera epidemic broke out there The plan The Wlso Men confessed their Ig directing of God for appointing and were 6,000 cases reported before a the work of his children Is single man of temperance habits took norance. The truly wise man Is never above asking questions. Pride keep1 a most natural one. When a person the disease. In France, in sections many people from Christ. Because Is converted, Ood would have him where there are no vineyards, there falsely, wo say, "wo bcc." our blind come to the bureau of dlvlno commis are 33 out ot every 1,000 who die ot ness remains with us. If wo woulc sions nnd thero receive his appoint tuberculosis, fn the sections whore service, one can rightfully the vineyards are plentiful, 108 out find tho Saviour. If we would know mcnt r wen ne accepts of every 1,000 die of tuberculosis. tho forgiveness of sin. let us ndmll ,. i, r. f o 'be benefits of the salvation of Christ Ten alcoholic families were taken pi.ldn- - let us erv tn Cod tn heln us. he "ercby obligates himself to obe-- account ot producing 57 children. On dlonce in tho service of Christ ly ten ot the number were normal. It Is bettor to ask Ood to lead us Nurse Training School of God could not havo a book on earth Ten families wero taken. than to trust in our own reason. Wo containing all the names of Christians producing 61 children. Fifty-fou- r knees, ot seldom wander when on our Berea College Tin. Wlan fuTi linyt n mntlvn fnr throughout the age and giving the the number wero normal, a proportion I,fo 'or of 89 to 17. ch; our free agency 3f their search they camo to worship HAS BEST OPERATING ROOM God chose the The entire nddrcss of Prot. Ulals Him. And that Is Just the renson wuuld then bo lost why they found Him. Herod could better plan: to havo each child come dell forms a valuable addition to the AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES not find Him. nor could the chief to blm In prayer and talk his lifo many pronouncements of science on FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMDER uo not asK, and run the alcohol evil. priests nnd scribes for tho slmplo wur over. reason thnt they did not want to sway, but tarry until your conviction OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT-MENworship Him. No seeker will find has become settled, for It is this Dl WHY SOME MEN SEE DOUBLE GREATLY INCREASES PROSvino conviction which constitutes Christ unless the motive of his seek- nny nave committed splr-nn- d Ing be thnt he may bo saved by Him. "uu" cai. Muscles of the Eyeballs of Drunkards PECTS OF RECOVERY. from henceforth llvo for nnd ltual sulcdo by hastening away with Are Temporarily Paralyzed, Says jouic impulsive conclusion beroro God servo Him. A seeking sinner nnd n a Scientific Writer. Rates Ono Dollar a day and up. Becking Saviour will not bo long be- had a chance to speak. Such people Bond for prompt payment required. they meet, and tho meeting will havo often wondered why they make foro A scientific writer has given hU shipwreck in their faith life or why be a blessed ono. Havo you found For further particulars address spiritual things seem closed to them. opinion why drunken men see double Christ? If not, why not? It Is no mystery. Divine teaching and in tbo first placo it is essential that Tho Wlso Men received encourage- guldanco the "elevated" party must have two are given ment In their search for Christ. They follow closely the only to those who good eyes. No amount ot liquor would instruction of the mako a saw His star, which led them through man see two bait Teacher In God's school of learning. tho long desert until they found their Deception ana BEREA, KY. dollars whore only one exists. delusion always follow placo by Christ's side. So will It al- self-wiWhen we wish to sea distinctly we In gaining spiritual things. adjust the eyes by converging them ways bo with thoso who are really Every Christian should therefore defi- more or less fo that tho image falls seeking Christ. Thero Is a light that others rrchanco may not see, a hand nitely present himself beforo Goa for upon the sensitive point of the retina. the that others may not perceive, a voice you?assignment to bis life work. Have If tho object is too far oft to enable that others may not hear all of these seems Public sentiment however, us to get a distinct image in either to have laid this responsibility cyo the eyes are so constructed that aro visible and audlhlo to those who they can bring tho object nearer, or by faith aro seeking Christ. The only upon those who go as missionwe can, by contracting the eyo musChurdh, tho Hlblc, the Preaching of aries. Dare you say that It Is not really cles, bring tho retina nearer the tho Gospel, exemplary Christian lives. Inward Impulses these may bp stars necessary for every Christian to ob- lenB, thus getting a clear sight ot the tain from God a conviction as to what object that light tho way to Him. Doth eyes may be moved either Tho Wlso Men did not consider It be should do with his life. The logienough that they had seen the star. cian will at once take the words from upward or downward or to the right ad. is directed at the They continued their Journey until your Hps and declare it is then not or to tho left, but It Is Impossible to who has ell the they Baw tho Christ. Is thero not necessary for any Christian. Wisdom, direct one of them upward and the business in his line in danger of our seeing tho Church, tho like water, floats everything on a other downward. It we converge the this community. Hlblo, tho sacraments, and yet miss- level surface. Drlng these false the- eyes so that tbo two Images tall on J Mr. Merchant You say ories concerning missionary work be- the sensitive point of tho corresponding Him! It would have been too you've got it nil. You're selling retinas wo get in tho brain a foro your better Judgment, ecand bad for thorn to havo come as far ns ing them all they'll buy, anyJerusalem and then to havo given up clesiastical distinctions and privileged sharp Image. If, however, from my how. But at the same time sing to tbo bottom, leav- cause we are not able to movefile without seeing Him, Just as It would classes will you would like more business. bo too bad for us to havo used all ing alt Christians on an even footing, eyeballs so as to havo this Imago fall Make thn community buy these spiritual aids, and yet not have and each responsible before God for squarely on tbo retina we see double. This seeing double can bo caused bis share of the evangelization or the more. found tbo Saviour. by temporary or permanent paralysis Advertise strongly, consistAs soon as these earnest seekers world. x'or Public sentiment has poisoned the of the muscles of the eyeballs, ently, judiciously. found Christ, they worshipped Him. permanent paralysis there may bo J Suppose you can buy a lot What a glorious vision they had aa atmosphero with to much sentiment that many children any one of several causes. Excossivo they looked upon the Christ Ch'lld! of washtubs cheap; advertise use of alcohol or tobacco will produce They saw that which alone Is worth have growo up with no little prJiidltn a big washtub sale in this paseeing; that which fills and gladdens against becoming missionaries. Whet, temporary paralysis. Under tbo Inper. Put in an inviting picfluence of strong drink tho controlling tho soul when seen nnd known; 'that a person does go from a comn.cnolty ture of a washtub where eye, like others ot tbo which righteous men of old desired to these children see so many tears and muscles ot the people can see it the minute saw only In glimpses and bear so many words of regret they body, aro not under command, hence boo, but they look at your ad. Talk feel that going to bo a missionary is a soroo drunken men stammer In their at Intervals; that for the seeing of speech, others stagger In their walk strong on washtubs. And which Moses prayed so earnestly; that misfortune. This adds very materialyou'll find every woman in to which tho cyo or every crcaturo ly to the difficulty God encounters in and others see double. tjiis vicinity who has been should turn In longing anticipation; human wills tn trying to secure obegetting along with a rickety Surgeon Must Not Drink. that which everything In heaven and dience in enough of bis children to My success de I am a surgeon. washtub for years and years In earth Is Intendod to reveal; that for evangelize tho world In this generaAll this prejudice and bitter pends upon my brain being clear, my will buy a new one from you. the beholding of which our eyes were tion. J That's made, and for tho appreciation of ucss must be worked out ot the mind, muscles Arm, and uerves steady. No creative business which our minds wero formed Jesus and a transformation wrought, beforo one can take alcoholic liquor without power. sympathy and luvo for the heathen blunting these physical powers which Christ, the Son of God. nnd tho Sav must keep on edge. As a surgeon 1 iour of the world. To see anything will bo entertained and a conviction OURj AD. RATES ARE RIGHT less in the Christ child is to miss the of personal obligation can be possi- must not drink." Dr. Lorenz, Famous CALL ON US ble. Austrian Surgeon. heart of the vision. Crushing such a conviction of pen They worshipped Him. They could llopnnlit.lAU.br W N.U.) Drink Is Chief Bar. not help it; nor can any man when soual responsibility to take the Gosonce bo has soon tho glory of God pel to the heathen, Is a spiritual tlilr'y years I have been For II affects every spiritual priest and bishop of London. I have in iho faco of Jesus Christ. It was crime. ono wan nerve Jnst as girdling a tree affects lefrncd tonio lessons, and the first said of Gladstono that when ushered Into his presence, he was con- every branch and leaf. The one who thing lo this: The chief bar to the TRADE MORAL The quality ot strained to bow his head or raise his disobeys his call to the foreign field working of tbo Holy Spirit of Ood what you have to sell is known hat. So thoso who behold Christ must finds himself strangely paralyzed la In the souls of men and women Is In worship Him. Who can behold tho his work hero at home, especially In toxicating drink." Cardinal Manning. to some people all of the time sua without being dazzled? Who can his pleas for foreign missions. behold deity without worshipping and all of the people some ol question of today Is not. "Win Banish Alcoholic Drinks. Tho Him? you bo a missionary?" but will you "I maintain that the best course Is the time, but advertise reguThese mon were men of mighty present yourself before God for ap- lo btnlsh alcoholic drinks from the faith they could look beyond a man- pointment to any work, to any Held; list ot necessaries for an Arctic exlarly with us and you'll reach ger and see a throne; beyond a stable wherever he knows you can do you! peditionsDoctor Nausea. and see a mighty Ood. best life work? all of the people all of the time. T.KRSON TEXT Mtt. Z. MKMOItT VKUHK- 8OOt.tlKN TKXT"Look unto me and h ys savnet, all thn enda of the rartli; for I . tn God, and there U none else." LETTER-HEADPltlNTS HAND-DILLCARDS, R.EPORTS, SER0..8 of the most pointed and eUcc-tlvtemperance addresses delivered Who Is there by men ot science In the United States MONS AND BOOKS IN THE DEST among tho Chris was given recently at the Teachers MANNER, AND AT LOWEST tian young people Instltuto of Delaware county, Ublo, PRICES. of today who has never asked him self tho question. "Should I be ' Berea Printing School v Houses to Rent y ' 't THE Berea Hospital i 'r T THE BEREA HOSPITAL one-eye- d J THIS '1 .. Page Four. THE CITIZEN. WATER WORKS FOR BEREA February i, 191a. MID-WINT- ER i. Is. n Clearance7, Sale 3, 5, Feb. 1, 2, 6, 8, 9, 10 COYLE'S DRY GOODS STORE You pay less or get more oooooot)ooootJOosjoooooooooooeoioo o LOCAL PAGE o s o NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 5ooooS)oototoooeocoooeooooooooool At a meeting of citizens of the West End last week arrangements were mado for oxtendlng the side walk to tho Olivet church. Mr. H. M. Washburn who is spendCITT FIIONK 1B3 exCo. ing a few days In Berea gate an Office over Berea Bank & Trust ceedingly Interesting tall; on "Africa" to tho girls of tho Y. W. C. A., DAN H. BRECK Sunday evening. WANTED: All your turkeys and Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock chickens at a good price. J. S. Oott, INSURANCE Do pot Street. Will sign your bond. Miss Jennie McWhortcr, who was Richmond, Ky. on hep way to enter school at RichPhone 505 mond Normal, stopped off hero from U N. TIME TABUS. Saturday until Monday, visiting at North Bound Local home of her uncle, Mr. L. C. 10:55 p. m. tho 7:00 a-- m. Knoxvllle 3:52 a. m. 1:04 p. m. BEREA Mrs. Clayton Crump, after spending 7:45 a. a. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati several days at tho homo of Mr. and South Bound Local G. Harrison and other rela8:15 p. m. Mrs. J. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati tives, returned, Thursday, to hnr 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. BEREA homo at Lexington. 6:65 p. m. 6:&t a, m. Knozrllle Miss LUlio Chrlsman has been spendExpress Trains ing s3vorai days at the heme of her Stop to take on and let off passengers from beyond Dayton, O., or from sister, Mrs. W. G. Best Mrs. Paul Dorthlck and children of Atlanta and beyond. Jackson, Ky., camo to Berea, SaturSouth Bound day, for a visit of several days with 8:00 a-- m. Cincinnati friends. BEREA 11:44 a. m. Misses Amelia and Bess McWhorter North Bound left, Monday, for Richmond, where 4:46 p. m. BEREA they will attend tho Eastern KenCincinnati'' 8:37 p. m. tucky State Normal for tho remainder of the school year. Mrs. Cowley and Mrs. Taylor, the It's tho easiest way to make money, directors of the Women's Industrial, "Save tho Difference." havo a list of women who can bo secured for work of various kinds by tho day, and any who are In need of help may profit by seeing them. DR. BEST, DENTIST ft T ft - i 9 li visiting looks Welch's. Mr. Mrs. J. E. Williams of Verona, Ky., in Berea. Mrs. Williams has a daughter in school. At Home te From now, henceforth and ever after it like everybody trades at XTbe IRachet Stove and Mrs. A. E. VanWinkle spent Saturday and Sunday visiting of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. VanWinkle Mt. Vernon. Mr. Paul Kagan was visited by his brother, a student at Danville, Satur- In the most attractive, combuilding in modious, Berea. With a line of merchandise that will please every one. Come in and See Us day and Sunday. Coal oil 10 cents per gallon at Ta-tum- R. Mr. Oscar Bowman who has been away for several months is at home again. The New Brick Building with the Handsome Plate Glass Windows Hotel Block Main St. suo bonds to secure- tho necessary Snlntarlums, of which Battlo Crook Is tho greatest, all conducted by tha funds for erecting tho system. Sytttm Mapped Out Cost Estimated It should bo said further that de- Scvonth Day Advcntlsts. This Is a Franchise Secured Water Con- tailed estimates havo already been Christian Sect believing In most tracts Let Mr. Q. D. Holllday, tnndo by tho engineer of tho cntlro points llko tho rest of us, but InterPromote. cost of tho project, and negotiations preting tho Blblo to tench, (1) that Prospects nro good for a lino wa- havo been entered Into with certain baptism must be by Immersion, (2) ter works system for Dorca. For a trust companies so far as to mako It thnt Saturday, tho seventh day of number of mouths Mr, 0. D. Holll- certain that tho bonds could bo easily tho week, must bo kept as tho Sabbath, (3) that tho second coming or day has been quietly at work promot- sold. Thcro Is nothing that Ucrea stands ndvent of Christ Is very near and ing tho ontcrprlso, and Tho Citizen has been furnished with tho papers In greater need of than a modern wa- (4) thnt tho dead sleep till tho day outlining tho progress of tho work ter works system, aud Tho Cltlxon of Judgment and the wicked aro then Is Kind to know of tho progress mado to bo annihilated. up to tho present time. In tho direction of securing It, nnd To live up to tholr belief In SaturTo begin with, Mr. Holllday has an It Is earnestly to bo hoKd that Mr. day ns tho day of rest and worship unencumbered tltlo to 181 acres of Holllday' plans will find a spoedy takes a great deal of sacrifice and a, miles from mountain land 4 realization. l, and this produces a realIn tho Ilear Knob Mountain, c.n ly admirable typo of Christianity which are ton fine springs, furnishing LETTER FROM PRES. FROST tho Seventh Day Advcntlsts. 135,000 gallons of water per day. They glvo moro In proportion to tholr Continunl from rxr onf Ho has also secured from tho city menns than most other christians, and council of llorea a franchise and all theso states arc now at about thu rights aud privileges to erect and ,)0nt whcro tll0 norl,wl.8t was thlr- - really show more love nnd zeal. 1 malntalu a water system In tho city ty ycar8 0KOi bul nro lncronanB moro cannot bellcvo It Is been u so they aro right In keeping tho seventh dny, but for 20 years. A contract has also been raI,iai-- . their chief drawback they tlilnk they are right, and havo , with tho city council whereby wlllch thoy trcnt nR tha 1mA way per annum Is to bo paid for all laborers nnd the denying of thu courago to do what they think il.liOO Is right even In tho face of ridicule uO flro hydrants, this contract to conThese things keep out pnd difficulty, nnd this facing of There aro now 1,324 students in tinue during tho llfo of the franchise. capital nnd Immigration. Now York Uerea and not a coso of sickness. Further; tho right of way has been stato has as much wealth as all tho ridicule makes strong Christians. Ever since about JSCS tho Seventh Mr. and Mrs. 11. II. Chrlsman mov- secured from tho city limits to the Southern stntes put together. Day Advcntlsts have paid great attened last week to tholr now homo re- springs uu tho mountain . In tho mntter of education, too, j cently purchased from Mr. G. E. PorAnd that Is not all that has boeu tho South Is progressing. Tho public tion to all mntters connected wlUi ter. dono. Level measurments havo been schools did not start till rcconstruc- - health anil tho euro of disease. Their gieat polnta nro In using tho right Miss Hallle Enibreo recently re- made of tho city and springs by a tlon times. Tho lower south contains whcro ccmiK-ten- t turned from South America, engineer. Thoso figures 20,700,000 people, nnd of their 7,000,- - kinds of food, and In the use of baths Jsho has been laboring as a mission-- i show that tho springs aro 2iH) feet nnd rubbing rather than drugs. And nry for the past eight years, and will abovo th-- highest point In Berea, to 000 children, 4,400,000 aro enrolled more and moro doctors are coming to In school, nnd 2,700,000 aro in average bo the guest of Mrs. Marsh at Pear-'sothat water can bo run Into a tower dally attendance. This 1$ good, but neo the lmHrtnuro of theno things which .seems to aid nature In offectlug Hall, next week. 128 feet high by tho force of gravity not so good ns It might bo. Among Prof, and Mrs. Ulgby were made alono, thus affording splendid flro 20,000,000 peoplo in tho newer states her own cures. There can bo no doubt happy last Sunday morning by the ptotectlon. that meat Is more liable to clog and of tho northwest there nro 6,000,000 addition of a new member to their and Mr. Holllday has also secured a children, nnd 3,200,000 of them nro In jiolson nnd produce Indigestion family circle, a little girl. situ for a water tower and store sliool ns a dally average. Mississippi rhaumntlsm than a diet of grain aud vegetables and fruit nnd milk, espeMrs. Mary Baker's daughter and house, and has actual applications sgiends $0.17 for enrh pupil annually, cially two grandchildren arrived, Sunday, for water from 143 citizens, for people past middle life. which Vermont spends $22.S5. from Loulsvlllo for an extended vis- would result In an Income of 12,150, Berea looked good to us as wo . ..it.,.. I r ....i.ii. UUIIIllUKH .1. . OUUIII ,1U UUI1C lilt) III it with her.' reachod homo Saturday night. Each nnd possibly contracts with others general Is now superior to tho north; that would amount to nearly two Its court houses and city halls and part and place on the great map of LOANS MEMENTOES our country can count toward the thousand moro, so that ho estimates J. S. Pcnlx, a teacher of Chatta- & total annual lncomo to tho enter- j stnto cnpltols are us a rule dignified welfare of tho whole. And It Is cheerand of good architectural design. nooga, Tonn., and a former teacher ing to know that Berea Is a place prise of $5,359. Of course tho education of tho from which some good Influences go lii Kentucky Is hero taking work in Now to transfer this schema from colored eoplo In the South Is more out to ninny far-otho College. regions. paper to tho reality Mr. Holllday proo neglected than thnt of tho whito peoMr. Penlx has loaned to tho poses to Incorporate a company with ple, though the colored peoplo from a cannon ball picked up on Look- FOR SALE rt tli ' ....... 11 . . ,. their greater znl worn to In; rising out mountain after tho battle aboro Sixty. five acres of land, all level and .Nowhere do tho ' under good fence, ono mllo east of tho clouds, and also ono from tho bati rather moro rapidly. will glvo a rato of 10 per cent. To 'colored iieople have their fair share Cnrtersvllle. Hns on It a three room tle field of Chlckamauga. . this company ho will deed all tils They aro in tho "curiosity" case assets and holdings, franchlso nnd 01 mo scnooi iuihi, anu an wuo cottago, good barn and outbuildings; at tho right of tho main entrance to contracts, and tho company will Is-- undertake to Instruct or benefit the also young orchard nnd 15 acres t negro In anyway nro subjeced to rldl- - grassWlll sell cheap If called upon tho library. , ?j .nnj persecution. The white at once. Address, Sam I'onnlngton. cui0 churches of tho South raise money tu send missionaries to Africa, but exchange very fow church members would dare For salo or exchango for othor to teach In a colored Sundny School , stock, ono 3 year old Jack, well broIn their home town . Thu folly of this persecution of the ken, ono Registered Percheron stalnegro ought to Im as evident as Its lion, 6 years old. AH ready for sor-lcA fow fresh Jersey cows. unchrlslnn chnracter. Every ono com- J. W. Herndon, R. D. No. 1, plains of tho Inefficiency of tho and workwomen, j Berea, Ky. colored workmen and yet tho South has to depend j Extlnctr What has become of the cn their labor. Now tho negro hna boy of whom It was claimed always boen under the direction cf There tho white man, and ho Is just what ' that ho was to bo ono In every neighborhood. the white man hns made him. It Is used Topcka Capital. an old adngo that It you call a man f call your attention to j a thief ho will stenl. When tho negro On DAY, on Is Instructed, trained, encouraged and 2 cans Tomatoes and 1 Corn, 25c expected to bo faithful nnd diligent 3 cans Corn 25c all Shirt this day we will dispose ho almost always resjionds. There are, 3 cans Peas . . . .25c !of courso, more criminal negroes than 3 cans Pie Peaches Skirts and Cloaks. They muit go. 25c hi slavery times, but thero aro alwi far more who nro Insconsplclous. The Heavy Syrup Table Peaches, 20c 25c jgreat problem of the South Is how 2 cans Waldorf Corn will treat the negro. 2 cans Waldorf tho white 25c jlf they will bo as ready to help and Waldorf Tomatoes... 15c transform him us tho northern ieo- - , Navy Beans 5c per pound pie to transform the lower clnss ill " their part of tho country nil will conio Choice Dried Peaches, I Jout well. AT We spent most of our time In Or- - I I lando nt tho Florida Sanitarium, north of tho city, where wo had tho same diet and baths as at Hlusdalo last Delivers summer. Thero are somo SO of these 1lie-re-J free-speec- h. ' , ns a ff Col-log- ........ ... , LADIES! We our LADIES' Saturday, January 27. of Waists, for salTor o. 1 double-jointed- ? ... ' Peas.... 12c "Save the Difference" TATUM'S Any Time Look what We Have Done To Prices On All Winter Goods in halves. Cost and real values have been disregarded in making these sale prices. This is not a hurrah sale of trash and carried-ovc- 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 goods g opportunity is of interest to you, read this "ad." and have made thsse unusual low prices to sell out and make room for spring goods. If a real WE HAVE CUT THEM almost money-savin- !)UltS and UverCOatS Men s High Top Shoes Shoes Worth $8.00 - - for $6.00 60Q . . for 4.50 5QO Boys Overcoats and Suits Ladies & Misses Long Coats Coats worth $15.00 ' " I2'5 !! Ladies Skirts All Colors and Materials At greatly reduced prices " for $10.50 $20.00 Suit or Overcoat for $14.50 ,5.00 Suit or Overcoat for io.5o 7.50 10.00 Suit or Overcoat for .. for 3.5o for 300 Heavy Underwear An Garments worth 50c - for 40c 4 00 . . " '.V 4.50 - ' for $I000 skirts &50 7,00 - " " - 5 ..-" Z for 125 3.00 " ' for $7 00 for 6!oO for 4,75 for 225 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 February i, 191a. THE CITIZEN. commerce In recent years. Meantime Imports of automobiles Into tho United States shows a' tendency. From 11)02 to 1906, before tho Industry had developed in this country, Imports rapidly Increased, from about a half million to 5 million dollars, tho high record In Imports of this class of vehicles. Slnco 1900, however, tho Imports have stoadlly decreased, last year's total having less than 2 2 million 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. Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? You dollars. EPIDEMIC AMONfi HORSES buy the same goods at Engle's Store for less money BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED . . . INTENSIVE FARMING Bread Making 1 ... 4 PETTUS We of flour, tho bread Is ready to 'bo worked over and mado up Into YATE- S- FARMER loaves and set to rlso for tho second time. Tho second rising takes sonio-tlmThe marrlago of .Miss Lucy Yates, an hour, usually less. This tlmo daughter of Mrs. Nannlo Yates, of too, tho mass should double Its bulk. Ueren, and Jno. K. Farmer was solem'I'lio oven should bo moderately hot nized, Thursday evening at G o'clock, lor rolls and rather a slow oven for at thu homo of the brldo on Depot bread. Street, tho Ho v. II. F. Kcltch offiTwo good recipes for yeast bread. ciating. A number of Intimate friends lowed. Plain Light Bread. and relatives were present. First of all tho yeast must bo fresh. 2 cupo milk (scalded) Aftor congratulations, luncheon was In most cases failures nro duo to care2 cups water strved and a delightful evening was lessness In regulating tho tempera-tur- o 1 cako yeast spent of tho bread during thu rising 6 to 8 cups flour Mr. and Mrs. Farmer left on tho lTlod. 2 tablespoons lard morning train for a 'short visit with If tho liuutd used In tho bread Is 2 tablespoons (lovol) butter tho relatives of tho bride and groom u armed up to 90 degrees FnbrenlHt 1 teapaoon salt In Richmond nnd Irvine. before mixing a great deal of tlmo 21ablC8ioon8 sugar will Iks saved. Another very ImporMado up according to tho precedNEWS OF THE WEEK tant M)nt lu bread making Is to havo ing rules. (Continued from first tR tho strong" soft. It matters not what Gorman Coffoo Uread. kind of bread Is beltg made, If yeast 2 cups milk (scalded) Los Angeles, has been Indicted U used, tho dough should not lo 2 tablespoons butter and lard in that tlty on two counts, each for t.ttff for tho first rising. When tho 2 tablespoons sugar brlbory and attempted corruption bread In mixed It should bo thorough1 teaspoon salt of tho Jury that was to sit in tho ly beaten. Oxygen Is necossary lor cup 1 cako yeast dissolved In 1 McNamara cases. It Is claimed in tho growth of thu yeast plant and lukewarm water tho indictment that tho money that Introduced iy therefore should bo 3 cups flour was given to the juryman, Robert lgorous beating. tat It rlBi two or thrco hours. Af- Halu, was from tho McNamara Tho bread should bo set to rlsu ter rising beat In threo eggs, two fund. In n tomiKiraturo of from 70 degrees ttips rnlslns and flour enough to ma';o DISTURBANCES IS SOUTH to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. That Is tho stiff dough. Do not knead but roll AMERICA usual tcmicratuni at tho sldo of tin; out and put In 1 Inch layers In There are wars and rumors of wars coal range. If tho placu It Is put to shallow pens. In South America. Revolutionists aro ilso Is too hot thu yeast plant will tat It rlso a second tlmo. and bo killed. If It Is not an oven tern baked la the ascendency in Ecuador, When It Is ready to bo leruturo, tho bread Is likely to rlso brush with whlto of egg olid cinna- tho onco popular leader, Gen. Montcio, was mobbed, shot to pieces and then .ilgh, fall and sour lu consequence. mon. teheaded last week. bo In a draught. It should not For Information address It is also reported that Argentina Its After tho mass has doubled Miss Aubyn Chn, nnd Paraguay uro on the verge of to 3 bulk, which takes from 2 of Household Science. taxlngton, Ky. wur. hours whero a yeast cako Is used to UUKK OF FIFE DIES Tho Duke of Fife, King George's effect. moro skill and A RIOT OF MUSIC brothcr-lu-ladied In upper Egypt, Tho violin solos by ono of tho mem--. Monday morning. Ills death Is said to hers of tho company also deserves have been tho result of exposure from It Is doubtful whether tho phrase Hjieclal mention. will bu consldervd fellcltlous by all, a bteamshlp wreck a few weeks ago. Tho effect of tho concert was pleas-- 1 Years ago ho was associated with but "a riot of music" was tho exfixed Itself In tho lug and tho audience, which was an Cecil Rhodes In tho development of pression that exceeding-- i thought ol ono hearer of tho concert unusually largo one, was South Africa and was greatly admirSaturday evening. It was real music ly generous In Its appluase. ed for his public spirit. Hut tho program for tho evening, SHUSTER RECEIVES OVATION nnd high class. Thero was a good Morgan Shuster, tho young Amerisprinkling of tho classical and euough however, might havo been easily Imof tho popular to plcaso tho varied proved and its effect havo been mado can who was Treasurer General of tastes of tho audience, and too much thereby much more pleasing. Thoro Persia, who was fast placing that could hardly bu Bald of tho skill uf was not enough intermission between country upon a strong financial basis tho Individual members of tho or- tho numbers, and tho audlenco was and who was forced to give up his chestra and tho company ns a whole. seriously handicapped by not knowing i position owing to pressure from Rus Hoiuothlng a Utile unusual was thu every tlmo Just what was being play- sia which seemed to bo acquiesced part taken by tho lender, Mr. Schold- ed. This could havo boon remedied In by Groat llrltlan, arrived In Lonkret. Ho was a leader in a douulo by a distribution of programs, it Is don, Jan. 2'Jth, nud was received Wnso in that ho played nil Important, truo that tho leader tried to announce almost us a hero. Ho mado a speech It not tho chief part lu all of tho tho numirrs but ho could neither bo at a banquet attended by many memnumbers and at tho same tlmo acted heard nor well understood. bers of tho House of Commons and as director; and ho prated himself Tho plan, of tho Bostonla Orchej-tr- a other prominent men. Although ha eminently fitted for tho task. It by which they threw In stories mado It clear that the English peowould bo hard to find ono who can at two or three Intervals was an ex- ple had boon deceived by Russia, ho uso tho piccolo nnd tho fluto with cellent ono. With them tho after tf- - spoke with such restraint as not to offend. EXPORTS OF AUTOMOBILES Over 20 million dollars worth of automobiles were exported from tho United States in tho calendar year KENTUCKY 1011, or 20 times as much as a ago. Tho exports to foreign countries last year. Including tires and other parts, wort) valued at and the shipments to our own noncontiguous territories, Hawaii, PKRFUMKRY, SOAP, SYR1NQKS, BRUSHES, COMDS, Porto Rico, nnd Alaska,$l,SI3.1C3. Ten WATCHES, CLOCKS AND years ago tho exports to foreign counHandle The and Best Goods tries wero but $1,009,782 In value; uy 190C they had grown to $1,109,1SG; by 1910, to $14,030,200, and In tho calendar year Just ended had risen to $21,G3G,C61, 0 this increase of million dollars, tho hlghebt record In PHONE 64. es so IX-p- There Is nn idea among housewives that yeast bread Is very difficult to uiako and that It In about as cheap to buy the baker's product. This Idea lu entirely erroneous. Twlci ns many loaves of bread may I) made at homo for thu sainu money that you pay for the baker's bread and tbero Is no difficulty about tho baking If a few simple rules nru fol- (t. Mr. V. D. Rogors of 1'alnt Lick loit two valuable horses recently, ono a mare valued at $200, and a yearling. Quite a number of horses havo died In and around Berea within tho last few inonths. Frank Jones losing two, John Anderson ono, nnd Charjcs Anderson ono. ,Mr. Rogers has had considerable expcrlenco with horses but ho says feet was that of one entranced with that ho has novcr known of such an the music. With tho Scholdkret Co. epidemic. Ho attributes it to tho uso tho impression loft cannot so easily t,f mouldy corn and fodder and urges bo defined. Tho rcincmberanco of It every ono to bo particular to give little more than a din of sounds. their stock only sound feed. 1 Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, Flour, Meal, Sugar, Coffee Always The Best Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? Phone 60 TRACK MEET R. J. ENGLE, Berea, Ky. Tho following is tho order of events agreed upon by tho Inter-Collcgia- Track Athletic Association at the cent meeting In Lexington. 100 yard dash. 220 yard dash. 440 yard dash. 880 yard dash. 1 re- mile race. Shot put. Hammer Throw. High jump. Broad jump. Polo vault. a , Discus. 220 low hurdles. 1 mile relay race. Tho meet will bo held annually on May 15. beginning next spring, and tho placo will bo decided upon each yiar. This year It Is hoped to get tho use of the Lexlugton Fair grounds. LETTERS FROM ILLINOIS Colchoster, 111., Jan. 27, 1912. Dear Editor: I am enclosing remittance for another year's subscription to The Citizen. I have been thinking that I would have tho paper stopped but I cannot do It. Uerea is tho place where 1 spent many of my young days. I knew tho place before It was Berea, when thero was but ono log cabin, oud not even ono on the ridge, and now you know I delight to read tho progress that boa been made lu tho town and tho school and thru-otho mountains. Wo now havo but very few rela tives there. I should Uko to hear from Robert Uaugh as ho was a comrade In my company. 1 am still well and actlvo altliough ut practically the same when drawn from, as when put In,,tho oven. It means quicker cooking jou don't havo to keep looking at tho food from time to tlmo as It is cooking to sco U everything Is all right You just put tho food In the oven, shut tho door, and at the set time take it out, done to a turn. It food is loft in the oven five or ten mluutes longer than time called for, It will not bo harmed In tho least as Is likely to bo tho case under tho present, system of cooking. A housowlfe, Intelligently employing Soyers paier bag cookery can put an entire meal in tho oven, and then, secure in the knowledge that it can not burn or como out underdone or overdone, go about other duties or pleasure, until the minute arrives when the meal is to bo served. An ideal cooking system for bachelor maids simple, quick, clean. CHINA'S FIRST PRESIDENT Dr. Sun Yat Sen was born forty-foyears ago in Ueungshan, and is a farmer's son. His father was a Christian convert. Sun was educated in a Christian mission school, and ur for his delivery to China, dead or alive. At every opportunity ho made propaganda and won adherents to the causo of his country's emancipa tion from despotism. Christian Her ald. AN INTERESTING ADDRESS We are having a very cold winter, tho ground being frozen to a depth of thirty Inches. Very truly yours, J .D. Fletcher. liowon, 111., Jau. IS Harvesting Ice the chief occupation of this neigh torhood. 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Blieep Uvu on blue grass all winter. Tills Is one of the best of Hlieep nineties, also n splendid fruit farm. It has growing on it now about 2,000 budded bearing pencil trees; 150 finely assorted budded apple trees, besldeH all kinds of mnall fruit, grapeH, cherries, tilums, eto. Tills - od of cooking: It does away with the cleaning of greasy pots and pans. As bags aro sealed when contents are cooking, It keeps cooking odors from filling house or apartment. juices It consorves tho health-givin- g salts of of meats and tho vegetables that cscapo wholly or in part under tho present system of cooking. Amerlcan-mad- o Because of this fact It makes every automobiles within a single, docado being ono of tho most 'dish more savory and nutritious, and notablo achievements of our foreign U is economical, tho food weighing llfo-glvlan finished his studies at an American Islands. Ho returned to China and studied medicine under Dr. Kerr at the Hongkong .Medical College, where ho was tho first student to recolvo a diploma. It was here, too, under American Inhis fluence, that he first imbibed ideas of political freedom for his wondarful lessons. native land. When ho began to worc I'inoiig his countrymen, ho was deepORDINANCE ly Impressed with tho miserable conby which they were surroundditions Bo it ordained by the City Council ed. Soon hJ Identified himself with the reform movement and in a few of tho City of Derca, Ky., as follows: jears became ono of the leaders of That tho corporate lmlts of this city and bo reduced as follows, Beginning at tlse organization In Hongkong Southern China. The leading spirits a point on the L. & N. railroad where who tho corporate lino now crosses tho wero educated young Chinese pledged themselves to plan for re- said railroad north of tho Berea Deform and emancipation. Young Sun pot, thenco a westerly course to R, . Yat Sen was at tho head of tho move- W. Todd's farm excluding it, thenco ment from tho first as tho real lead- a southornly courso to where the er. He is described as being a man branch crosses the Berea and turnpike, thence a straight of brilliant qualities, yet with reserve stamped on every step ho takes; un- line, a southernly courso to tho resiselfish, patriotic, courageous and able; dence of Laura Spenco on the Be"no ldlo dreamer of dreams, no ad- rea and Asbury road, thence a venturer seeking, under tho cloak of straight lino to tho U & N. railphilanthropy, to float somo schemo road brldgo whoro It crosses Brushy for his personal profit nnd aggran- Fork at J. W. Fowler's farm, thence dizement;" no disgruntled politician, down said crock with tho meanders and with nothing In common with thoreot to tho old original line at or near the old Joel Todd house, tho familiar typo of tho straight lino westward to sincere, jthonco a blatant reformer, but a I the Bettlo Reod Houso excluding It, thoughtful, conscientious man whom straight line to Western education and years of tra- thonco northward a tho beginning. vel havo broadened and strengthened J. h. Gay, Mayor. and lifted up to tho standard of a W. C. Engle, Clerk. true patriot whoso Christianity and love of country havo impollod him to risk not only his career, but his lite, FOR SALE for China. For many months ho travOn Center Street a good lot known eled In England and tho United as tho John Bales place. House and States In disguise, as a salesman, barn on lot. Good reason for Bellini;, whllo thero was a standing roward owe monoy. D. N. 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BICKNKLL Btrta. Ky. Page SI. THE CITIZEN'. February 1. 1912 .1 .ZVA,-:Z- iT7 well out of hearing, wo take the Wo may not And a living soul aboard her; and we certainly can't leavo ono there. Hut wo'U steam up and take our gold aboard all our gold. And then, woll there's where you'll como In." "Hut what then, man? My Ood! what then? Do you suppose we can go steaming Into San Francisco, or any other port In the world, with all that gold in our hull and another captain's log and papers? We might Just bh well hang ourselves from our own yacht- - JS mWntTW coprmcrir orvniOMriio by TMrctNTUnVCo isio ov Trie success co him myself, coming 5YN0P8I8. Philip Caylay, accused of a rrlma of be In not eulHy, roalens frnm llio in uisaraco ami mi direction or hf frttml, Unit. Perry Hunter, turns (o auUrwt. Cnvley scefca nrtltuitis whrre lin pTTrcu a iiyitiK mum inc. wiiiia soaring nm-- the Atrllc regions, he picks up a cuHciutr shaped stick lio tmtl wen In (ho Tni a vacht nnchoml In the bat. Do Hwndtnc near tho steamer, lie moots a iri n an ice. Hoc. lin learns mat me. Klrfa namo Is Jeanne Meldlnc nnd that rha yaoht has romp north to seek slRns Captain Kidding, an arctic of brr father.party from Hie yncht Is ipnrrr. A search ashore. After Cayley departs flmls that ho find dropped a yard." atlck. Cnptaln Planck nnd crow-JacOla surviving crow of tils wrecked whaler "I hope your wits will Improrowhen n atr in nininc on inn const, a clam you get a deck under your feot," Itos-conameii;itosrne. had murdered Fielding an his two companions, nflrr thr growled. "On land here you're had rovenled the location of an 'normoua ledge of pure cold. Itnsooo then about as much gnodi as a pelican In nok command of the party. It develops a foot race. No, yonr sailing ordors that the rufflinhyhad committed the won't bo San Francisco, nor any othCayler. witnessed er port that has such a thing as n CHAPTER III. Continued. revenue officer about. Hut you ought to know the north coast line over Tor a long time Itoscoo walked there as far cast as McKenzle bay. teadlly on, until tho two had come You must know some harbor thero far up the glacier. Finnlly, when ho where wo can lie up for tho wlntor did1 stop, hp whirled qulto around and and not ba bothered." stood confronting Planck, squarely In "Yes." Planck, "I take the mlddlo ot a narrow path between tho yacht said, such a placocould that. as to two deep fissures In tho Ico. His eyes There's a very good harbor In behind glittering malevolently. Hut "I you know any reason," ho Itlrshel Island.thero?" what wilt we do get oaked In a thick voice, "why 1 don't wh" "After that, It's my affair." said pick you up and drop you. down one of those cracks thorc, or why I don't acrro you as I served that fellow yes- wlrh amr have read the thought that lay at the bottom of Itoscoo's mind. The gold hunter was not much of a sailor, but ho felt confident that on the broad stretches of Uie Yukon ho could navigate a raft alone. CHAPTER IV. sky las' night. down out of d I was out on deck, -- The Throwlng-Stlek- . mi-ki- Jtsn rur-nu- o ex-I- mux-b-e- -r wr "Oh, I suppose," said Jeanne, "thero's no uso worrying." Across the table from where nho sat at breakfast In the snug, warm, luxurious llttlo dining room on tho yacht, old Mr. Fanshaw methodically laid his coffee, spoon in the saucer bcsldo his cup, nnd looked up at her with bis slow, deliberate smile. "My dear," he sold, "remember that Tom Is In tho party. Unless they find everything that, by tho utmost stretch of hope, they could find, he would Insist on keeping up the search as long as the light lasted, and when the light failed, thero would be no more light to como home by. Don't think of worrying; I don't. We'll hear nothing of them for hours." "It won't bo as long as that," she "My predicted confidently, will probably bring me news beforo then." Old Mr. Fanshaw halted his coffee sky-ma- n suli." Fnnshnw looked quickly from tho negro's faco to tho girls as If ho suspected u hoax, but the terror In one facn and tho mystification in tho other wore obviously genuine. Then he roso nnd went over to tho buffet, returning to tho table with the oddly-shaperudely-whittled Tho moment Mr. Fanshaw and Joanne emerged upon tho deck they heard tho sound ot oars beneath them, and looking over tho rail saw ono of the boats In which tho shore party had set out, pulling up alongsldo the accommodation ladder. Thrco men wcro In It, two of tho crow and Tom stick. "Do you mo.vi to say," ho demanded, looking up aillie girl with a puzzled frown "do you mean to say that he, the man you dreamod about, mads you a picsent of this stick?" She Inughed. "if that seems a reasonable way of putting It, yes; nt least it slipped out of his belt and I found It where he had been sitting. Hut can you Imagine what he used It "Oh. I know what It Is, but thnt only makes tho puzzlo all the deeper. It's an Ksklmo throwing stick. They uso It to shoot darts with. It lies In the palm of the hnnd, so, and tho dart Is put In that groove, though the butt of this one seems curiously misshapen; I can't make It lit my hnnd. Hut I can't flguro out how the thing got aboard the yacht: It wasn't here Fanshaw. "What nows, Tom?" his father called out anxiously1' enough to hello Lis former tranquil manner. "Have you found anything? 1 hope thero's nothing wrong." forr yesterday." Planck thought he meant to do it. feul, with the fatalism that marks the rnn of his profession, ho otood fast .nnd eyed his bis opponent. "You're strong enough to," he said. -And I'll do it If I want to: you 'know that," lloscoe supplemented. Tea, I know that." Tho big man nodded curtly. "Well, I'm not going to now, because I choose not to. Listen. If you had the chanco. could you navigato ahlp down there?" Planck cleared his throat, f as It something were stifling him. "With a crow, yes," he answered. "Could Schwartz run those nlckel-platc- d engines he'll find in her, do you terday ?- "Of courso not," she said; "my skyman brought it." Ho ran his Angers through his bushy gray hair perplexedly. Then ho laid tho thing down and seated himself at the table. "At any rate," ho said, "wo needn't let even n mystery spoil our breakfast. Como, my dear, you've eaten almost nothing. That that solid mahogany, hnnd-palntc- rm. omelet deserves better treatment." Obediently she took up her fork, but almost Immediately laid It down again, nnd lie saw her eyes brighten with tears. "Of course. If thcro'd been any nows, if thcro'd been anything to find, wo'd have heard." "Ilently hr.j'cached ncross tho table 'r l tt.o- hand thnt lay there ou - think!" "Yes." "Well, within two days I'll give you a. chanco to make good. Now, I'm rolng to toll you my plan, not because you nsked me. but because I want you to know. I'd run tho whole thing alone if I could, but I want you with me. Wc'ro going to tako that yacht and we're going off tilono In her wo of the Whaler, alone. Do you understand that?" "They're better armed than wo." said Planck reflectively: "better fed, better everything. And man for man. bar you, they're Just as good, and they're three to one of tia. It will want some pretty good planning." "You needn't worry about that," Itoscoc. "I didn't expect you ta make the plans; I knew you Tve made them myself; couldn't. they're working right now. Can you beep your tongue In your Itead and tho white i ih. "Oh, I know I oughtn't to cry," she said, "and I won't; It's your goodness and kindness to me as much as anything else. Kvcr since ho went away you've been llko a father to me, and Tom. dear old Tom, like a brother. ly. Ho looked to me like n Portuguese, and I tried him In Spanish-go- od Filipino Spanishon the chance 1 thought It startled him a little, and he pricked up his ears nt It, but he couldn't understand that either. Ilo Just kept beckoning and repenting two words " "What words, Tom? Out with It!" about breaking ramp this norn'ng wo saw a man coming toward us across the Ice. Wo thought at first '.hat It was Hunter, and c were mlghtly glad to seo him, bocauso ho had strayed off somewhere and hadn't ccmiK-with us. Hut we soon saw It wasn't he, wasn't a man anything like him. Ho was a queer, slouching, shuffling creature, dressed In skins, and he catno up In a hesitating way, as If ho was afraid of us. Ilo couldn't talk Kiigllsh, nor understand It, apparent- The younger man looked up. Ho saw liU father, but not tho girl. "Nothing wrong," ho growled, "except this Infernal ankle of mine. I've sprained It again, and I did It Just when" lie broke tho sentence off short there, his eyo falling nt that moment upon Jeanne. She paled a llttlo, for she had been quick to perceive that something ho had been about to tell would not ba told now, or must be told differently. Hut she waited until his father, together with tho two sailors, had got the disabled man up onto the dock and safely Installed In nn easy chnlr Then gravely, but steadily, "Just as what, Tom? What cluo had they found Just as you had to come away?" "It was very wonderful." he said; "qulto Inexplicable. Just as we were ven let mysolf begin to hope yet, I, not yet?" "I don't know," said Tom. "Tho fel; seemed, allow saemed most, to have lost the power of speech from long disuse of it. Hut ho meant to take us somowhere, that was clear enough from hts gesturru. If I could only have seen you boforn 1 began to blurt Uie thing out, I'd havo spared you the suspense until there was something to tell. I'm sorry, Jeanne." "Its queer," she said, nt tho ond of a rather long sllenco. "I'm sure there was no Portuguese In father's expedition. Kxcept for two or three Swedes and Norwegians, Ihey were all Americana. I know tho name of every man who sailed In his ship." "ilo might havo taken some one on at St. Michaels," suggested the older must "Yes," Bho nld n little dubiously, "only ho novcr thought much of southmen." ern Kuropeons as There wna another silence after thnt. She roso presently and began sweeping the shore line with a priswas slurg matic binocular which across across her shoulders. Tho two men exchanged glances behind her, the elder, ono of Inquiry, his son, a reluctant negntlvo. No, It would clearly be Insane to build any hopo on the Incident. At last she let tho glass fall from her listless band and turned to them, her faco haggard with tho torture of Impossible hope. "I wish my skyman would come" she said forlornly, "come whirling down out of the air, with news of them," " "Your said Tom Fanshaw questlonlngly. Here wus something to talk about at last, and tho old gentleman scited tho chnnre It afforded. "Yes, we've another mystery." ho said. "Seo what you rnn do toward solving It." With that for an Introduction, ho plunged Into n humorous account of Jeanne's report of hor adventure- of tho night Ivforo, of the man who hud dropped down from tho sky. In the middle of thn night, and talked to licrnwhlte, and then flown away again. "Sho wan really out on the Ico floe," ho said; "so much I concede; hut when I njsuru her thnt sho dreamed tho rest, she is skeptical about my ex- Fanshaw. planation." "Hut even you can't explain," alio I could dream about an Ksklmo throwing-stlck- , nnd then bring It buck to the yacht with inn , and show It when 1 was to you at tho breakfast table this protested, "how wide-awake- monilng." "I'll have to admit," said thn old gentleman, "tli.it my explanation doesn't adequately account for that " Tho expression of the yuunger man's faco was perplexed rather than Incredulous. "Hut, my boy," cried the elder man. "think of It! lie comes down nut ot tho sky nnd says ho Just dropped In from Point Harrow; and that's COO miles away. That's Just ns Impossible us It would be to materialize an Ksklmo throwing stick out of a tlrenm, ivory hit." "No, hardly that." said Tom Judicially. "What was his aeroplane llko? What was it mado of? Did you notlco It particularly?" "Yes," sho said: "I helped him fold It up. It was made of bladders and bamboo and catgut, he said." "And his motor?" cried Tom. "What was his taoto,- - like?" "Thero whs no motor at all," she said: "Just wings." "There you see, Tom," Interrupted his lather, "absolute moonshine." Hut still tho younger man shook a doubtful head. "No," ho said, J'thu things' not impossible not Inconceivable, at least. Tho big birds can tly that far, and think nothing ot It." "They'ro Tho old man snorted: built that way. Think ot tho Immunsu strength of their wing muscles." "Not so euormous," said tho young cr man. "I dissected the wing of cn albatross once to see. It's not by main strength they keep ntlont In tho nlr; It's by catching the trick of It." "That's what ho said." tho girl cried eagerly. "Ho told md ho could lly across thn north pole, from Dawson City to St. Petersburg, nnd when I nsked him if he could keup (lying, (lying nil tho tlmo like that, bo said the biggest birds didn't fly; they sailed, and he said bo sailed, too, mid tho force of gravity was his keel." Her story was making Its Impris-bloon thu younger man, ut least, oven If his father was us Impervious to It ns lie still seemed. "Well, If you dreamed that," said Tom, "it was u mighty Intelligent dream, I'll say that for It." "Hut It wasu't a dream at all," she cried, "Didn't I help him tako th thing upart and fold It up Into u bundle? And didn't lie say that ho whs a tax payer, and that his name was Philip Cayley?" ITO II K CONTINtJKDJ n Planck nodded. That searching party didn't go back to tho yacht last night. They're all camped together about 20 of them down In tho I.lttlo near valley. "There aren't above half a dozen In tho bunch; none of the sailors from the yacht have any, and they've got about two days' rations. They're all thero together, oxcopt tho one man wo accounted for yesterday." "I see," said I'lanck; "and you think we can capture the yacht now while .they're ashore." "Don't try to think, I tell you." Ros-cosrowlcd. "I'm doing the thinking. There arc probably ten jnm left on tho yacht. That's not jemd enough odds, considering the way they're armed. I tut about an hour ago I sent Miguel down to the share party to bo their guide. He Isn't going to say anything much to them, but what ho says will bo enough, I reckon. Ilo's to protend he's dotty and can't understand what ihoy aay to him." Planck's eyes wldoncd a llttlo and tie did not ask his next question very jitcadlly. "Whoro Is he going to take fire-:arn- it o able-bodie- His Eyes Were Roscoe. "We'll winter on tho yacht. Then when the weather begins to loosen up a bit, but beforo the spring thaws, we'll land our gold and our stores; cacho all the gold, except what wo can carry over the trail, say, about S00 pounds of It, and we'll leavo open, so that tho yacht's seacocks when the Ice goes out, sho'll scuttlo We shall probably herself. find sledges, nnd perhaps a pony or two, on' the yacht. If we do, It will bo easy. Its only a short bike to one of tho tributaries ot tho Porcupine river. Onco wo reach tho Porcupine, It will be easy, for it Hows into tho Yukon, and that's as good as a rail way line. Wo'll make a raft nnd float all tho way down to Saint Michaels with no trouble nt all. The gold wo havo with us will be cuough to take us down to Vancouver, and there' we can charter a ship. You take command of her, nnd wo go north through the straits again that very summer next summer that will be, of course. We go back to the harbor where wo left the yacht. You can figure out the rest for yourself, I guess." "Yes." said Planck. "It's all very well only won't there be a good many to trust that sort of secret to?" Uoscoo looked at him with a savage sort of grin, "Come, you're Improving. Hut that hlko across tho mountains to tho upper tributaries of tho Porcuplnd Is a hard trail. Thero aren't likely to be muny of us left by the time wo get started floating down open water. When we go, to tho Yukon it won't be surprising If there Isn't anybody left ut ull, but ou and roc." Planck caught his meaning quickly enough, Indeed, a duller man could havo read it In Roscoe's savage light blue eyes: and the thought made his teeth chatter. lie would havo felt a deadlier terror, perhaps, could he Glittering Maleolently. cup half way to his lips, "Your what?" ho questioned. "Oh, I understand." And then he laughed. Hut his face grew suddenly serious, and ho looked intently, curiously. Into hers. "My child!" he cried; "It can't be that you are taking that dream ol yours seriously. If I thought that, 1 would havo to believe that this queer arctic climate was doing strange, things with those nimble wits of yours. A man alighting on tbo Icefloe, out ot mid air, and telling you that ho had Just dropped In from Point Harrow; It's llko tho flight frnm the moon of Cyrano de Hergerac ' She pressed her finger tips thought fully agalust her eyelids. "I know," sho said, "it's perfectly Incredible, Undo Jerry, but it's perfectly true for "Can't you guess tluitT He's going them Into Fog lake, of course," The thought of It tnado IManck's teeth chatter. Fog lake was, perhaps, the most curious natural phenomenon nprto that btrange arctic land a little valley, from which the fog jinrar lifted had never lifted onco In .mil the four years thoy had lived there. Ou days when tho rest of tho laud woj clear, tho fog hung thero, halt way up ttio aide of the hills, ho that from Uie ridges surrounding It It really looked liko a strauge vapory sea. Thrr had explored (lie edges of It, rvarsoroely, at times, but had never penetrated far enough to learn the secret of Its mystery, if It had one, "And thenr Planck asked. "Why, they'll send out a relief party from the yacht, of course. The yacht's 'people know what tutlons the search-tuparty took with them, and when th-don't como back In two days, they'll probably set out from the man on yacht, with every board, and try to find the flrt party .and bring It In. As soon us they are ihtmT" to lead uip-liape-d n oblo-bodle- "Nonsense! Nonsense!" he said explosively. "Don't carry a Joko too far, my doar." "It's anything but a Joke shu said slowly, "and If It was a dream-- 4f was nothing hut a vision, tho he certainly loft mo a material souvenir of his visit." Then, with a nod toward the buffet, sho spoko to Mr. Fansbaw's big negro valet who was serving tholr breakfast: "Hand Mr. Fanshaw that queer looking stick, Sam, the one on tho buffet. Why-w- hy, what's the matter?" For she had lifted her eyes to tho man's faco as she finished tpeaklng. It was wooden with fright, and tho whites showed all around tbo pupils of his eyes. "No, Miss Jeanne," ho said, "8cuse mo. I wouldn't touch dat stick, not for all do gol' and Jewels In do world: not even to oblige him." "What's that?" Funnhaw exclaimed, whining upon him. "What do you mean? What the devil are you talkBky-mu- all that." -- ' Can't Make It Fit My Hand." ing about?" "I seen blm, Mr. Fanshaiv; brought to us." Her voice faltered there, and aha bor-down abruptly und kissed tho l hand that was still caressing her own. "My child," ho said, "your father and I wcro like brothurs nearer to each other than most brothers. He wont away, knowing that if his venture fulled, If It ended fatally for him, as It probably did, I should regard you as my daughter as Just as much a child of mint) as Tom Is. If you hadn't been lu the rose at all, we'd have built this ship and come up here to And Tom Fielding Just Ihu same. There, don't cry. Put on t hut big fur coat of yours and coma out with me on deck And then building this ship and coming up hyro yourself, facing the dangers yourself and lotting Tom face them, all for such an Impossible, hopeless hopo uh that moHHage the sea This from the old gentleman, who had controlled his patlenro with difficulty during the llttlo silence. Hut tho younger man hesitated and looked Into tbo gfrl'B face, mutely, before bo spoke. "Tho words," ho said, "seemed to bo I seen your father's ramo 'Captain Fluid-Ing- ;' It sounded llko that." She went quite whlfo and rcoled a little. Then clutched at the shrouds for support. The old gentleman was at her side In an Instant, his strong, steadying arm across her shoulders, Tom himself half roso from his chair, only to drop back Into It again with a gilmaco of pain and a little dew of perspiration on his forehead. Hn looked rather white himself under the tan. tho girl said almost "1 suppose" volcolessly, "I suppose I mustn't dors By Way of Variety. "How did you enjoy tho vaudeville, performance?" "It wns good. They ha performing cats, n baseball play-ora champion pugilist, a trained ccckatoo, uud, I glvo you my word, they even had an actor doing a turn." l)ul3VilIo Courier-Journal- . , February 1, 1912 for fire minutes, thlt drain, rerlnkle with salt und pepper, ana pack combug. adding pactly In a a tablcepoonful of stock or milk and water, for each two potatoes. Seal, and cook twenty minutes. Dolled potatoes can be used, and tako only half as long. Diked Apples. Wash well, but do not peel, cut out specks and bruises, core, nil tho bottom of the with a lump of butter, over which pllo sugar, and add a bit of cinnamon. A claro stuck In tho side may take the place of the cinnamon. Seal Inside a well greased bag, and bake eighteen to twenty minutes In a fairly hot oven. Serve with sugar and cream or a hard aauco. core-space THE CITIZEN. Page Sere. MM mmmmmsswm MEANS ECONOMY IN PRACTICAL METHOD SUGGESTED FOR ERADICATION OF DODDER New York Experiment Station Recommends That Alfalfa Seed be Examined uciore n is aown-injunWeed Seeds May be Readily Removed by Sifting Through Wire Steve. ous BEREA Five Great Schools Under One ManageMMt POR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OJf THE MOUNTAINS What Are Yoar Talents T What Are Year AlmsT Barea Has the Training That Is Best Par TOO. - t ELIMINATES FOOD. MANY KITCHEN TROUDLES. William Shakespeare, It may be, By Martha McCulloch Williams. had not cooking In mind, when be Kconomy, which Is now the cry In set his witches chanting: all things, from postage to politics, has no moro valiant helper than M. "Double double toll and troublo! Soycr'a system of paper bag cooking. Ptro burn and caldron bubble." ltoaata which have a knack of shrinking horribly In the pan come Nevertheless, tho fact remains that out of paper bags almost tho size the burning fire, th bubbling catdron which tbey came from the butcher, aro sources of double troublb to and possessed of their full food value. womcnklnd. Therefore, viey should Tbey will have been cooked In vapors rlso up ana call blessed SI. Soycrs of their own essence the best part system of paper bag cooking, which of them will not have run out, to dry has como newly to their bolp I'. on the pan bottom, and smell most saves the bubbllngs of the caldron, appetltlngly, but be In large measure and thereby tho troubllngs of the lost to the palate. There will be cook. This In many, many ways. gravy In tho bag, to be sure gravy Perhaps the most Instantly apparent Bt for a king. one Is tho fact that there Is no In case of flsh. the results are even caldron to be washed or scoured when better. waates a fifth, tho flesh Is weariest a fourth, sometimes even a third of So. also, are the roasting pans and a flsh. those for frying. likewise the broiler. Vegetables also taste better, and Paper bags can do tho worl. better are better, for bag cooking. Dag and be thrown away when they have cooking preserves In them their esserved their turn. sential salts, which boiling takes Hut do not make tho mistake of away. taking It for an accomplished took, llecause all manner of seasoning Is It Is a help toward helping yourself. thus conserved and driven Into the nothing more. food care must be taken to ust seaBssf or Veal Loaf. To each pound soning lightly. Here Is a way of using up cold din- of raw minced lean meat, add an ner meat that hearty children wilt ounce of finely minced suet, halt a relish, and even the man of the bouse small minced onion, a dust of pepper, not disdain. Cut tho meat In slices, a pinch of salt mixed through a scant neither ton thick nor too thin, and as spoonful of flour, and a light sprinkle bioad as possible, butter them, sprin- of powdered herbs. Mix the seasoning kle tbcm well with salted flour, and well through the meat, shapo It Into a flat, round cako, rub butter plentia very little pepper. Lay In a bag, side by side, then place fully on the outside, put Into a upon each a tomato, peeled, hollowed greased paper bag. seal and bake In out, dusted Inside with sugar, salt a hot oven, allowing fifteen minutes and pepper, then stuffed. Dolled rice to the pound. A few slices of tomato put In the bag helps to make tasty Is a good stuffing, so Is cooked macaroni or spaghetti cut small. Dread gravy. A spoonful of tomato catsup crumbs fried brown are likewise may be used Instead. tasty. 8eason the stuffing well and Baked Onions. Parboil for fifteen mix through It all the snlpptts and minutes Spanish or llermuda onions, trimmings of the meat. Use either chill them In cold water, then cut a butter, bacon, or cold boiled pork, V out of the hearts. Kill tho space well minced, to enrich the stuffing. with butter, after dusting It well with Scatter between the tomatoes the salt and popper, put the onions In tcooptngs from their Insldes. Place bag with a lump of butter and a very tn bag, seal It, and cook 1 a hot little water, seal and cook twenty mln-teIn a hot oven, o thirty rain oven about twelve minutes. Quick Potatoes Take a large white utes In a very moderate one. potatoe for each person to be fed. (Copyright, 1911, by the Associated Literary Prers.) Poel, sllco thin, drop In cold water g d s A Field of Alfalfa. Tho appearance of dodder In clover be examined before It Is sown to de nnd alfalfa fields Is generally most termine the presence of dodder. Alfalfa seed la larger than dodder dangerous to the crop. The ordinary operations of mowing, seed and advantage was taken of this raking and hauling tend to spread this troublesome parasite, and with every new center of Infection tho chances of tho crop grow less. A recent circular of the New York experiment station at Geneva the Injury resulting from dodder in alfalfa fields, as follows: Dodder Is a yellow, thread-liktwining weed which is exceedingly troublesome In alfalfa fields. It appears in circular spots 3 to 30 feet or more in diameter. At tho center of the spot the alfalfa Is killed out, while around the margin tho ground la covered with a mat of yellow threads which twine closely about tho stems of the alfalfa plants and slowly strangle them. The spots Increase In size fromyc&r to year. Many fields have been completely ruined by dodder. It la not often Injurious to other crops (except red clover), but onco established In an alfalfa field It Is very difficult to eradi cate without killing the alfalfa. As dodder Is usually Introduced with clover and alfalfa eccd, the pur- es e fact by the station to perfect a method by which commercial alfalfa seed may be made practically free from dodder and safe to sow. It was found that dodder Bccds are readily removed by sifting through a wire sieve having 20 meshes to the Inch. Since ready-madsieves of this mesh are not readily obtainable. It la e Are yoa aot far advanced! Than enter the FOUNDATION SCHOOL. Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent wTO be placed with others like yourself, under a special teacher, tost rapid progress. You will master Arithmetlo sad tse branches and be ready to use them. You will have staging, drawls. Ob year a the Wm and household management, and tree elation School costs Use than ISO and to worth 1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher! Then Join the tw NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here you w trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught hew teaeh. The demand for Berea trained teachers far exceeds the suppl. Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Mile E. Marsh, Dean. Home Science. MeunUIn Agriculture. Nursing. Woodwork and Carpentry. Business Course, Ete. Printing and Here you soon double your earning power, and learn to eatoy dM tabLgs la a superior manner. Are you desiring the next beet thing to ii College Course T Them Sal two years or three year la the r GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Franole E. Matheny, Dean. years, or three years. In such practloal studies as will t you tor aa able and useful life. You select your studies from such aa these: elogy the science of health; Civics the science of government; the art of correct speech and letter - writing; Ethics the science ef and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general tatslllgiasSg Botany accessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; rhysiss) tae science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, eta, etcC Do you wish to prepare to enter Colleger Start sa the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis 8. MaUisssa, m Bean. Best training la Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. s Academy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large hades' ef students of high character and ability, able Instructors, and mm ed lesa Library and apparatus. text-bookBook-Bindinclass-room- i i Berea College The Colters Itself stands apart from all the other schools Moment and has long maintained the highest standards knows at the To conform ta the Caraenie standards we have diminished: ear fi quire men ts! Required and elective studies with opportunity to hi particular ones. Largest coll ego library In Kentucky, equipped for student practice. Courses) leading to the degree ef A, S, B. L, and B. Fed. MUSIC (Sinning Free). Reed Organ. Voice Culture, Plane, Band, may be taken for special fees In connection with work ta may above schools. Size of Mesh. cdvlccd to construct a light wooden frame 12 Inches square by 3 Inches deep and tack over the bottom of It cloth. 20 by 20 mesh steel-wirThis quantity of wire cloth ought not to cost more than 15 or 20 cents. It Is Important that the wire cloth otcd be exactly 20 by 20 mesh, which may be determined by. placing a ruler on the sieve or cloth and counting the number of spaces to the Inch. With a sieve of this kind It Is esti mated that a man can clean from three to seven bushels of alfalfa seed per day. f pound to From of Beed, and no more; should be put Into the sieve at a tlmo and vigorous f ly shaken for minute. To make the work uniformly thorough the use of a cup holding not over half a pound of seed and careful timing of the sifting Is recommended If the seed contains but little dod der one sifting may do, but when much dodder Is present and particu variety, larly If It Is of tho large-seetwo sittings, both made strictly as directed, are advised. in experimenting with this method it was observed that beside tho dod' dcr Bceds various other small weed seeds, broken seeds and dirt, as well as seme of tho smaller alfalfa seeds. were also removed. Tho slftlngs varied from one to five e one-fourt- h one-halone-hald Questions Answered Barea. Friend ef Worklna Students. Berea College, wMa Its Institution. It requires certain fees. schools. Is not a money-ntakin-g It expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit e( tta saav denta, giving highest advantages at lowest cosi, ana arranging tor to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to the character and reputation of the young people. Our students cosset j assay-h- e the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. Tor any was sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents la Berea live la Collesje building. assS assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable I seta Paper Bag Cooked Bridge Luncheon Soyer, Chef of Brooks' Club, London. Herbs. Cut salt mackerel Into HI Drolled Chicken. lets, lay them tn a deep earthen dish Asparagus. Mushrooms. Celery. and cover with boiling water. Leave Hadlsbes. Olives. In water half a minute. Take out. Pudding a la Maycnce. Cheese. wipe dry, dust with coarse black pep Dlack Coffee. Crackers. per, and put on top of each fillet half Broiled Chicken. Split the chicken a teaspoonful of minced parsley, and down tho middle of the back, spread chives of onion, and a bit of butter Grease flat, and put a skower In each side to the size of a small walnut. prevent It from curling. IVeat up a a bag well, put In the fillets, seal, and very fresh egg, with a pinch of salL cook for twenty mlnutos In a hot black pepper to taste, an ounce of oveu. Servo hot, with brown bread melted butter, a teaspoonful of Marechal of Lobster and Eggs. Worcestershire sauce or something Tako the white and :law meat of a similar, and a teaspoonful of made lobster, chop It small and set aside. mustard. Mix well. With a brush Rub the brown meat smooth In a ba glaze the chicken with tho mixture. sin with a bit of butter and a good Place In a greased bag with bread dust of white pepper. Add gradually crumbs around and over It Do care-f- halt a bottle of tomato catsup. Work that the skewers do not tear the alt well together. Put Into a bag four bag. Seal up tight and cook thirty-fiv- e slices of bacon. Do not seal the bag. to forty minutes In a very hot Cook the bacon four minutes, then oven. tako out, and put In tho lobster and Peal and wash tho tomato mixture, seat and cook for Mushrooms. mushrooms, brush them lightly over eight minutes. Cut open the bag on with melted butter, dust with salt top, put in the white meat, and make and peppor, and put Into a buttered hot for four or five minutes. Lower bag with a lump of butter, a little the gas very much for this last cook spoonful of lomon juice Ing tho whlto meat must only get water, and a or port or sherry wine. Seal tight very hot, as cooking toughens IL and cook In a hot oven twelve to Serve In a very hot dish, garnished twenty minutes. with the slices of bacon. Asparagus. Trim and scrapo ns Eggs a la Tripe. Rub together an for boiling, wash very clesn. Tie In ounco of butter and an ounce of flour, bundles and put Into a buttered bag, cook smooth In half n plno of milk with a little salt and half a gill of which has been flavored lightly with to mace. Add to It two large thinly- water. Seal and cook thlrty-flvforty minutes In a hot oven. sliced unions, cooked In a bag with Pudding a la Mayence. Rub half a a llttlo butter, and ilr of breadcrumbs through a fine eggs cut In halvos lengthwise. pint Pour wire sieve, add to thorn n tumblerful gently Into a double water, half and half, tho bag, and make very hot In tho oven of wlno and rind of ii small lemon, washed, dried for ten minutes. Servo as quickly and grated, three heaped tablespoon-ful- s as possible, on a very hot dish. of powdered sugar, and an ounce Eggs on Strassburg Croutons. Cut of butter. Mix well, pour Into n crust from four souffle) dish, add tho beaton tho squares of stalo bread, butter them yolks of two eggs, and the strained thinly, dust lightly with pepper, and julco of tho lemon. Hoot the whites a layer of fole gras. Cook eggs to a very stiff froth, ndd spread with of the for Ave minutes inside n powdered sugar to taste, and a pinch bag, then cut open the bag and break of salt. Color with a few drops of an egg on each rquare of bread. Dust coloring, or palo pink green spinach tho eggs on top with pepper and a with a llttlu carmlno or cochineal, very little salt and cook for another bag, put In a pllo on top, place In Servo Immediately minutes. very moderate oven, and bake till four very on a hot dish. the meringue Is firmly set Egos a la Bechamel. Cut four eggs in halves lengthwise. PAPER BAG COOKED BREAKFA8T put them Into u thickly greeted bag DI8HE8. with a gill of cream, salt and nepper Eggs an Tomatoes, Dutter a bag to taste, and a tiny dust of powdered thickly, put Into It half plot o: to- maco. Cook five minutes In a mod mato catsup and butter the size of a erate oven, and serve hr on square walnut. Cook lr hot oven ten min- of lightly buttered toast. utes. Cut a aquare from the center (Copyright, 1911. by bturgls A Wal ton Company.) or the bag, break Into It. oaa at a time, four eggs, Cook fot three or A Colorado woman found a diamond four minutes. Dish up. Cut away In a turkey. They cost enough to be 11 the top of the bag and serve. with Fine stuffed with precious stone Mackerel Kippered By Nicholas ul o hard-boilebut-tore- d ovcn-slzohard-boiled Sieve and Cup. o seed chaeo and uso of dodder-frecan not be too strongly urged. Clean seed., however, can not always bo secured, and therefore, cleaning the seed Is often necessary. Frequently neither the purchaser nor tho sued dealer knows dodder peed, and consequently In many cases tho first proof of Its Introduction Is tho appearance in tho field of tho weed itself. In view of theso facts, the New York station rccoinmendB that seed pounds. , xcepi at tag, and getting pay according to the value of their labor, ter It is expected that all will have a chance to ears a part of these- earn pense. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, eta. now with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate as the heat. but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warn i and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. The tlve Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, SBahreUas other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks as for the One buildings In which students live, charging only enough rent to nay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing ef bedding towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, 11.35 a week, la the and 11.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing ef ding, 40 to (0 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEE8 are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, aad Is l when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school tags, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services. eT teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental fee for saist students Is $5.00 a term. $6.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.90 ta Celts glate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room real hsjr the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: Vocational $ TWO SYSTEMS Oy "Loas-Ort- HAY KNIFE MAY BE FOLDED UP IN EGG TRADE Toot It Xo Incidental Fee Room Board. T stall TERM and Foundation Academy School. and NoraaL 6.00 9.4B $20.08 Oeaasssav XSeV - weeks 50 0 Ml $M.4e . & Poosible Saltabto Protection la Afforded Blade When Implement to Detect Various Kinds la Jlot tn Actual of Deteriorated Use. Base. " Amount due Sept. 13, 1911 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911.. MS $29.50 29.00 6.00 00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.50 $ 6.00 ol SA V Total for term If oald In advance WINTER TERM $31.90 4t.t .0 Farmers and those handling eggs commercially, as well aa the housewives and other consumers of eggs will bo Interested In Secretary Wilson's remarks on two systems In vogue In tho egg trade. The system of marketing eggs In general uso In tho middle west, known to tho trade as the "case-count-" system, has proven detrimental buyiug to quality. Hrlelly, case-couconsists of tho payment of tho fixed prlco which happens tn bo current at tho tlmo for each and every dozen which may bo offered for solo, regardless of whether the eggs themselves The aro good, bad or Indifferent. only requisite In most cases to consummate a vale la for each egg to havo No more practical an Intact shell. step can b taken In improving quality than to discard this system of buying nnd replace It by tho one tnown to the trade ns ioss-off.system Is In Where the Toss-offase the eggs as bought are "candled," that Is, subjected to a test which shows quite definitely their condition and quality. Dy this test, It Is possible to detect "rots," "spots," and other deteriorated eggs, such as shrunken, weak, watery and heated eggs. In paying for eggs bought on this basis, the rots and usually the spots and blood rings are thrown out entirely, so that tbey become a dead loss to nt " In describing a folding hay knife, recently Invented by Luther L. Can Ind., the Scientific of Chalmers, American says: Tho object of this Improvement Is to provide a novel construction of knife in which the blade can bo con venlently folded Into tho bandlo so that when the knife Is not In actual uee. the blado will bo housed within and protected by the handle, the han raetd.ntal Fee Room Aid. I weeks Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 Board I weeks, due Feb. 14. 1912 f . $ B9 7J 9.00 9 $22-2- 9.0 $31.20 S30.7S '"ail BSITS 9 Total for term If paid In advanc H SPRING TERM Incidental Room Board, 5 lee I 1.00 tM .7 woek 6.75 $1B.7B tVB ff - Amount due March 27. 1912 Board 8 weeks, due May 1. 1912 $17.71 Slfc1 ' 1.78 $22.60 $22.00 d.7l $14.6t S24-0- S J Total for term If paid In advance...., tjBMt Plan Now, Come January 3d Folding Hay Knife. young man or young woman can get nn educatlea a Any Is the will to do so. Beroa If there eesar It is a great advantage, to start In the Fall and bavo a full year ol peoplo waste tlmo In the public schoole tlnuous study. Many young assess Ing over and over the samo things, when thoy mlgbt bo Improving starting In on new studies with some of whs faster by coming to Berea and best youcg men nnd women from other counties and States. Make your plans to come January 3d. For Information or friendly advice wrlto tc the Secretary. able-bodie- the dlo and the btode lelng so formed that the former operates us u stop to limit (ho opening movement of tho blado Ht tho proper point and the bond bandlo being provided with holds for convenience lu manipulating the knife, means being provided for holding the blade to the handle both In the opened and elotod portions of the blndo. The Illustration how tse r knife with tha bladu In person responsible for tbcm. 8ucb use. s D- - WALTER MORTON, berea, kt; 1 1, Pago Eight. THE CITIZEN. too far advanced to bo cured Born to the wifo of Tom Wilson, a flno boy. Daniel Gibson has returned homo from tho west and says It ho can dla- nose of his Droncrtv hero ho will locato In Kolleyvllle, Oklahoma. W. Bnrch of Kcllyvlllo, Oklahoma, Is vis February i, 191 5. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else '"""' tnir" bt "' ,t4 fbllcUo, Ho ! It Mt tot M DON'T BE DUPED flood dcodIo often do foolish things and their goodness frequently even leads them Into tho most serious Kind of crors and actions that do great harm to tho cause that they hold dearest at heart. And tho good aro often easily duped and becomo the tools of tho superstitious and tho fanatical. A case In point Is tho chain letter crozo that ovcrybody has heard of and nearly everybody has been annoyed with. But eomothlng oven worwo than tho chain letter Is a fako letter that Is being distributed and has been .'or tho last fifteen or twenty years tho Ignorant. For tho second time wo, have been urgently requested to print It, It having fallen Into tho hands of sorao ono who felt that his salvation, Cbpcclally his cscapo from dlro disaster depended upon making its contents widely known. Tho first request camo more than a year ago and wo Ignored It altogether. Tho second Is as recent h last Saturday. It follows: Livingston. Ky., Jan. 20, '12. Mr. Editor: Pleaso print tills remarkable letter that I am sending you. Bo sure and print as soon as possible. Very truly yours, (Signed) To which we respond as follows Jan. . 27, 1912. Livingston, Ky. My dear Sir: I havo yours of the 20th with enclosure. 1 gather from tho tone tf your lotter that you aro somewhat disturbed and rather anxious to absolve yourself from tho dlro disasters impending if you do not get tho bogus letter printed. I hope I can relievo you somewh.it, at the Bame tlmo saying that wo shall not publish tho supposed leter, from Jesus. It Is a fako gotten up ny somo unscrupulous fantlc and youra noct thnt I have la uuk had to publish it since I havo been In Tho Citizen Office. If you had read it very carefully It seems to mo you could have seen that it is spurious, Inasmuch as it is so con- trary to tho whole spirit of Jesus' life and teachings. For lustance, the threat that ho would send calamity upon thoso who do not distriDuie this letter. Was that tho mission of Jesus? Did ho come to kill and to destroy and send plagues? Wasn't it his purpose to heal and to bless and to comfort? And didn't he even pray for hlB enemies who did not believe upon him and accept him? Strango if after his death ho should havo done a thing that he never did in life writo a letter, and that letter bo so contrary to the spirit which he manifested. Mr. . . The story of tho disasters that havo befallen thoso who havo kept this fako letter In their hands is only to scare tho superstitious. Such disasters often befall people who never heard of any such threat, and though they might befall me I should not think for a minute of attributing them to the fact that 1 had fail.d to Join the ranks of tho superstitious and fanatics and disturb thousands of tho readers of The Citizen by adding to their fears and sorrows which aro already sufficient. If you know of any others who aro worried over this matter I should not object to you acquainting them with tho contents of my letter to you. Very truly yours, J. P. FAULKNER. Of course wo don't know the original author of tho letter referred to, but wo foel safo In saying that 11 was not written by Jesus neither signed by tho Angel Gabriel as it purports to havo been. Tho reasons abovo ought to be sufficient. If thoy do not seem to be to any one who reads this, more ran bo produced. r JACKSON COUNTY aioii. Hugh, Jan. 29. Owsley Fork church met, Saturday and called Rev. Jos. Parsons to bo their pastor for 1912. Tho regular days for service aro the fourth Saturday In each month, at 2 o'clock and Sunday at 11 o'clock. -- Hardin Azblll, while visiting his daughter, Mrs. U. M. Benge, at this place, was taken suddenly ill, with something llko cholera morbus. Dr. Itoblnson was called at once, arriving in tlmo to save his life. Tho Dr. said ho would have died In another half hour. W. T, Houry stayed fall night with W. It. Benge, Monday. Eggs aro 20 cents per dozen again. Mrs. Mary Click bos been suffering with a large boil on her hand. very 111 but la somo better now. Bchool Is progressing nicely. Th. y havo rood attendance and many now students. School closes tho middle of Feb., but thero will bo ono month of Normal. Messrs. Carl Treodway and John Chestnut havo geno to Join 1 lB,in nm iting friends and relatives at this tho army but aro expected back homo tt pk flth. Writ fUtoly. ulaeo. Grant Frvo of Turin was every day. A now foaturo In Burk hero last Monday on business. W. V. Creek Graded School: Mr. Caywood Wm. Itamscy was visiting In Happy and D. II. Wilson havo opened up a gavo a banquet In his room last FriHollow last weoK. Frank Campbell now stock of good 8 at Sturgeon In day evening which was enjoyed more mado a business trip to Berea, Satur- tho house recently vacated by Wm. than any thine ever Riven in this day. I'cto Powell's llttlo girl, Lulo, Browor. James Smith Is very poorly school. After eating all they possib Ills llttlo son, ly could they adjourned to tho muslo has been quite low with pneumonia. with lagrippo. NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE Or. Baker was tho attending Dhrsl- - Anilv. who hnit nnpiimnnln fever la room nnd anont tho rest of tho even clan. Levi Powell lost a fine niaro rapidly Improving. II. A, Hughes and ing pleasantly. Being an outsider 1 his nephew, M. C. Strong, left Thurs- could not tell tho limit of their enjoy K. K. 8. N. for last Saturday. rest at Scaffold Cano cemetery. Sun Friday, to attend the day for Iltchmond to enter school. Powell SANI OAF. nicnt but every ono reported a flno day. John Huff was visiting his tho next six months. Chas.Clay In who has been In tho Pattlo Sand Gap, Jan. 23. Everybody Mr. Willis of London is in this local- tlmo. family from Saturday till Monday. seems to bo enjoying tho nlco weather ity looking out for stavo timber. slckj flrmary at Richmond for tho past flvo CLAY COUNTY Sam Lambert, who has been qulto TimiN was brought homo, Friday, and 111(1 CKKKK which Is following the cold spoil. Is somo better. Mrs. Susan Wren of weeks Is much Improved. Geo. Ycung mado going, Turin Jan 2J Born to Mr. and Hoads aro thawing, wagons Boono last week. Big Creek, Jan. 22. John Hacker Snider was In ties aro being made, happy songs of Mrs. Wm. Mclntlrc. on tho 21st Inst.. of Hectors Creek moved onto tho Lain Bongo nnd P. Carponter of Red a business trip to Berea, Monday. Miss Ora Flanery who has been aton every side, a elrl. N. B. Combs has Just finish land Insnlratlon aro heard of Mr. Jno. C. Marcum last Sat Lick passed thru Boone, Saturday his residence with met urday. Mrs. O. C. Marcum Is vory A. D. Lovott mado a business trip to tending tho K. K. 8. N. for tho past and things In general seem to bo in ed Tl Tlnr threo months camo home, Friday, and nf Inilcfrv tl. "...Mi-al. Tho families of John Hurst and 111 at this writing. Born to Pearl Berea, Saturday. v. will begin teaching a subscription n ninvril . .. .. l.B ann'a 1 fl . .tirhflm'a Ann) rnnnrml linvn rnonntlv www ... WW. 1..1U1 Uia fciW.i U,.! MHrilTAHTA wife, a flno girl, Jan 21. Roberts and school at this place, Monday, Feb. 6. school at Birch Ltck, Uio 19th Inst Jlnto our midst. Mr. Hurst will as- William Chas Dlsnutanta. Jan. 27. Mrs. Malay Bird of this placo died, Miss Eva LcwlB entertained sevreal Died of pneumonia at their res- - slst Ed Wilson In his broom factory. Monday night Sho Is survived ly teen has been vory poorly this weok. young iieoplo at her home, Saturday Bascom Dooloy of Perry Co. has lectlvo homes, hero and near here, Tho W. Shearer had a grubbing last P. her husband and two children. on tho 11 and 18th insts, Mrs. Rosio bought tho farm of Smith Jackson baby of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Lcdford Thursday. Jock Jones was on Da night, refreshments were served, and Jano Morris. Mrs. 'and has moved to samo. Mr. Jackson cMed, Monday night Davo Roberts vis Branch this weok measuring his all reiwrt a flno time. Mr. and Mrs. Gabbard and Aunt jram ui us- - nas movcu 10 uio loin ivincaiu piaco mado a business trip to Hazard, Per lnmlcr. Sam Shearer, near Wlldle, L. C. Powill of Big Hill spent Sun.Morris was ninoiy-ou- o t, .1 day with their parents Mr. and (V uu.Ki-"iUU1U UUU LUIl" and tho widow of Undo "Jeff" Mor uu IJ lit, 1. r 1. tu It U . this visited his parents on Davis Branch ry County. Court commenced Mrs, J. C. Powell, at this place, deceased for many sldcrablo neighbor week sickness in our rls. who has been largo crowd. There are int Sunday. Klliah Abney has mov- with a ltd ill i.l. years. Aunt Jennie was a good and hood. Among thoso sick is tho llt- scvcral Jurymen from this side. We p.1 hla saw mill back on Clear Creek. Big Hill, Jan. 2!. Walter Abrams tlo son of Rev. and Mrs. E. K. Young faithful lady and will long bo remem Will Hammond was In Mt Vernon havo had an Ico tide in Red Bird bered, and sadly missed by her many who has had pneumonia fevor. Mrs. for Uio last week. O. C. Marcum, on business last week. There Is talk of this placo moved last week to his Charllo Turner also has pneumonia, salesman for a dry good houso In t.f n now tclctihono lino being built father's place on Big Hill. Mrs. P. friends and relatives. Hayes, daughter and grandson, was tho wifo of Wy- - and somo of tho children there are Mrs. Gabbard Louisville, Is preparing to start out from Berea to Paynes store on Clear returned homo last woek and on tho lle Gabbard; and daughter of Mr. and sick. Tho Rev. S. K. Ramey, ono of on a trip In a fow days. MIbs Offlo Crcok.. way back they visited relatives In Mrs. Wm. Powell, of Birch Lick. Mrs. the oldest ministers in this neighborSljemoro of this place has returned GARRARD COUNTT Lexington. James Bundrcn and son Quito young and her hood, has been housed in about a Gabbard was PAINT LICK. Hazard, where Bhe has been vis tho oldest, from Dr. Glass, Gulun, who spent a few weeks with relatives sudden death was a great shock to month. I'nint Lick. Jan. iting for tho last month or two hf-- r many relatives and friends. She and ono of the most prominent phyGulnn, hre and at Berea returned to their Will Miss S. Brltton and her sister, Mar- Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. homo at Brownsburg, Ind. Joe Lewis leaves a husband and thrco small sicians in this nart of the moun died, Jan. 26th. of appendicitis, llo who recently lived on tho Big tha, vlBlted our school, Friday. children who will greatly miss tho tains at one time, departed this life School began here, Jan. 2. Wo havo was 19 years of ago. WIlllo was a plko moved to his homo tender caro of a wifo and mother. at the ago of 85 years Just before ihreo teachers and a nlco lot of boys boy well thought of and loved by all cn Red Lick, Miss Nanulo Bundren We are sorry to learn of the sudden Christmas. get on u.iin Unow him. Ho leaves a father, spent and girls who are anxious to a few days with Mrs. Lucy death, of our former neighbor, Mrs. a host LETTER FROM OWSLEY education. Wo wish them tho best of mother and four brothers and Gordon who was keeping houso durKerby Knob, bhe James B. Isaacs, of to mourn his death. His ing the cbsenco of friends success. of .Mrs. P. Hayes and To my many friends who read Tho was a good neighbor and bad many u.n laid to rest in the wai- - Lucy Hayes, who havo bwu spending ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Saturday, Jan. friends. LUburn Clemmons who has Citizen: laco Chapel cemetery, CLIMAX u number of weeks with Luo Hayes As Justice of tho Pcaco of Owsley a very bad case of pneumonia Is and family of Fredericksburg, Ind. severe wln- - 27th. Climax. Jan. 29. Tho Mrs. J. It. Dur- Co., I hero submit to your honorablo slowly Improving. ono from us has gone, "A precious Thomas Baker who went to Tampa, ham, who has rheumatism is slightly Iapor for publication a statement con- - tcr weather is somewhat relaxed nut A volco wo loved is stilled, Florida, for his health Is improving. present taking its place. tho shooting between ono rain Is at better. J. W. Williams has been ccrning Is vacant In our homo A chair II A UTS t rbiiineer lost a very good mulo qulto ill but is improving Mrs. Shor-ma- n Nick Hudson of Clay Co.. and my filled." Which never can bo Harts, Jan. 2"J. Our young pcoplo Lick days ago. Charley Anglln lost fow Baker, writes from Illinois, that self at a Christmas tree at the Is ir Hnm Eden. Sr.. of Slato who aro attending Berea College are during tho severe cold wave thero land City Graded school. horso a short tlmo ago. Several Tom Edtn mi iho cueat of her son.Will Rogers doing well. T. J. Lako has one of our Kentucky boys got his cf this placo laBt week. returned from Rockcastle. O. M. nose frost bitten. In Illinois a Ken family wero tho guests of H. L. Payno and of Dlsputanta went to Bcroa, tucky boy must watch his nose. Sid Stowo and family lant Buudty. O. guests Tuesday, on business. Wilson was in Illinois during tho Christman Gabbard and family were tho la having his land turned. Ho uo- cold wave and since his return to of C. C. Blanton and family oi Is getting ready for farming. Wo are this placo all tho skin has peeled night Plcrco Al- glad rea last Saturday to hear of tho tvlephcno being from off his face. Mr. Christman says len who for tho post thrco years has run from Boron to Climax which will ho does not object to having a new homo In Illinois has moved bo qulto mado his cannot have a saved soul, in a lost a benefit Miss Halllo Bar-ri- tt to old Ken but, If over ho visits In 1111- nt, hi fomllv back face, of Bluo Lick Ulted J. F. Hawbody nor can you have a saved envirnois again, it will bo in tho good tucky to live. Bert Gulnn and family kins lost week. togethJ. E. Hammond Plaold sifmmer time. N. J. Tuttlo has onment in a lost soul. The two must go Loulsvlllo and Colo Gulnn of near brother-in-laT. J. or camo to ited with his an extended recently returned from uml family from Mercer Co. er. The religious emphasis is indispensable, Lako, Burnley, J. F. McQueen has visit with his parents ana omcr rei would consist in tho funeral of their brother, moved to Scaffold Cano plko attend otherwise our social redemption to the ativea in Estill County. Mrs. Mar Wllllo Gulnn. improved housing, improved feeding and imfarm of John Ponder. Jason Williams on Friday betha McGuire, of Illinois, COUNTY ESTILL parsed Uiru our community enrouto proved environment, and nothing more. fore Christmas started Santa Claus WACtRlUtVILtK - to Rockcastlo to buy cattlc,-)am- cs "What is social redemption? More wages, to Kentucky with a package of ChristWaeersvllle. Jan. 29. Misses NotanWlnkl-- i of Williamsburg Is vltlt-in- g mas presents but he did not arrive and fewer hours of labor, says the laborer. Let tlo and Bess Wagers of Richmond are his brcthers, Joe, Woss and Wm. here until last Sunday. Has A. visiting their grandmother, Mm. it be granted, let the demand be met: VanWlnkh Jake Herndon was lu OWSLEY COUNTY. Scrlvncr, who Is vory sick. .Mrs. our locality on business. Harry there been redemption for the laborer? Suppose very sick. iCato Wilson continues ULAMD CITT t, no imaginasays that Scaffold Cano Hill he has no capacity, no Misses Ella Park, NetUe, Bss and never gets too bad for him to truvi-lIsland City, Jan. 25. Monday night no vision, no appreciation of the tion, no faith, Kato Wagors, McssYs. Robert and was tho coldest of the year. George beautiful and of the true and of the good, what Joo Wagers and Flnley Peters wero Hall, deputy sheriff of Clay County, L tho guests of Miss Fan Scrlvner, Sun- THE WESTERN KENTUCKY has been done for him? You have simply given was on Island Creek a few days ago, day. Miss Klla l'ark was in Irvine to one wholly unfit for his environment a better days a few on business Married ono day last woek on business. John environment with which he is not at all fitted or ago. Miss Nannie Mays to Mr. Emery Noland of Irvlno was among friends Through tho kindness of Its Presiwill leave In a few days capacitated to deal. Peters. They hero from Saturday till Monday last dent, Mr. If. H. Cherry, Tho Citizen for Illinois. T. H. Hurst, who was E. L. Poivcll. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wagers wero tho has boon favored with a copy of tho wounded by a gunshot, is improving guests of their daughter, Mrs. Bulletin of tho Western Kentucky and will soon be out again. D. G. Wilson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stato Normal, which Includes a bienWood, the lucky man, killed six rab- o A. B. Kelley and Mr. and Mrs. nial report of tho Board of Regents. llts and eight quail In one day. Wagers spent Sunday with This Bulletin is ono of tho most havo died in our Born to the wifo of W. J. Gentry, a At about four o'clock on Saturday, horses and cows . i .!.... nhlnflu . n Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kelley. D. t Illuminating . presentations of tho 11... una .. . m Wagers was Uio guest of Mrs. R. P. uuu iuivu oq ion na the crowd broke lucuiuy .1.1.. wiuii-bouncing girl. W. A. Hoskins of I "I work being dotio by a school that e. bad com and cold weather. Isaac Rec Wagers very ill wim urignis Ulake is up from tho picnic, a man by tho and family Saturday and Sun- wo havo over soon. And not only does . Dr. Mahaffey says there is no chance name oi iienry M...t.nH nf iu I o nlnM tor was at Pino Grove, Jackson Co., day. Estill Warford of Btrva was nuuwm ui It Illuminate but It Inspires, for week. Frank Baker for his recovery. urauca scnooi uccamo boisterous, under tho in' on buslnoss last hero on business a fuw days last tt shows the tremendous strides til. .1 atltfll'TlfH TlTY) a iI nnwutad film mado a business trip to Wlldlo, Satur-da- y tt.la flUbU 11 nusx-tlllO nlnn. la 1 fill.ACII w Ull. .v. ....... HUenCO 01 UriUK, UUU week. Misses Bora and Kato Arvtuu ing taken by Kentucky In the work D. G. Roctor, ono of Stophen coming in from all parts, plenty of WnIj0 j elii him, Nick Hudson, ills wero tho guests of Miss Kato Wag- education. Wo confess that wo eA room for more, however. At a shoot pousln. bolnc also under tho Influence and Elklns' log cutting men, was sick, ers, Wednesday of last week. not know that half or even a thlidV lug match at Tico Hornsby's, D. D. of drink, attempted his rescue which Saturday and Sunday last Stephens LOCCiTTIIKANCH was being donu and hud boon donu Blck-ne- ll got six turkeys. Roscoo Ro- I reslstod. Then Nick Hudson fired and Elklns havo boon gathering loS Peters Locust Bianch, Jan. 19 J. A. Uiat tho Bulletin leuves no ground to Monday, to tho deadly efmore than a week. Thoy will befor ono ball taking berts and Dan Day left, and family vlbited II. G. Bickntll, doubt. A map of tho statu Is presJoin tho U. S. army. H. C. Fuller, fect In my head, entering tho loft gin operations in their mill the 1st Sunday. Ray Blcknc-and William ented with dots showing tho localithe O. K. Lumberman, left a few days side of my uose near my lert cyo of February If tho weather la favor- Gentry left for Illinois, Tuesday. ties lu Kentucky from which students food stuff o,ro ago for his homo In Flnley, Ohio. and coming out at my right ear; able. Provisions and Jack Lunsford began a subscription havo entered the Normal, and tho wescounFred Peters was a welcomo visitor tho other taking effect in my left high and hard to get In this school, tho 8th of this mouth, with tern end of tho stato which Is considerper bushel, at Blako, Saturday and Sunday. Wm. arm, passing completely through both try. Meal is worth.a dollar twonty-flv- o an attendanco of eighteen. Claudo ed tho legitimate territory of tho Mays and O. J. Gentry mado a busi- bones of tho forearm aud breaking bacon claven cents, coffee Oliver who lion been sick for to Bowling Green Normal Is more speckto eighty ness trip to Richmond, .Monday. J. ono. Hudson, refusing arrest, escaped. cents, flour seventy-fiv- e long Is ablu to bo out again. II. 11. led than a turkey egg, while Eait-cr- n F. Brewer, member of the Kentucky It has been now ono month slnco my cents por sack. Hardin Moore and I. Blckncll IB attending- - business In RichKentucky is well dotted, thero Legislature, left a fow days ago for misfortune and, by tho attendanco n. McCracken of Climax aro doing a mond. John Collins mado a buslueuH being scarcely a county that has not son of W. &f Drs. Mahaffey, Morris, and Gen good business In general merchandise trip to Berea, Sundny. Currlo Dark- felt tho effect of this school. Frankfort Arthur Blako. Tho and are of groat benefit to tho com- er was tho guest of Miss Hazel Blcic-tel- l, figures show that In tho last Men-nlBlako who left for tho soldiers Homo try and a host of friends, my recovmunity . Sunday. Tho llttlo baby ft about six months ago, died in Mexico ery is probablo. period tho school has enrolled BOON! last week. Wm. Mays. U. 8. Mar Mr. Clark Johnson Is very sick st 2,723 regular students. I wish to extend my inobt heartDenny caught a flno shal, Captain Short and 0. J. Gentry felt thanks to all for their aid and A tabular vlow gives tho number Boono. Jan. 29. J. II. Lambert prosout. Wcsloy Andy Richardson of pupil teachers in Normals of tho captured a moonshlno distillery on assistance mado a business trip to Madison last mink last week. through various states, and In this list tho Sexton Creek and arrested eight if HouIiik thoso few lines In detail week. Tho Rev. J. W. Lambert ail-- 1 whllo buying hoga, pased the operators. David Bank, Jno. Size- - of tho shotlng and tho probability OrcSSCU UlU puupiu ui ruirviuw, o'lii- - this vicinity. Bowling Gricu Normal stands sixth more, Joe Sizemoro, Bill Shelton, Jess of my recovery will glvo relief to day night Sunday School at Fair-vieMADISON COUNTY from tho top, Kansas, Illinois, Iowa, Russel, S. O. Fields, and Dan Camp-tt-'- d iny many friends, K1NOHTOK. Michigan and Indiana In their order Is progressing nicely with A. I). before Jud?o were tried I remain, Kingston, Jan. 29. Miss Llzzlo enrolling a larger number. In another Knuckles as Supt U. 8. Poyntcr reBcatty at Bcattyvlllo and aro held T. II. Hurst, J. 1. cently moved to property belonging Mooro of Berea and Suda Powell of tabular statement, tho per capita cost under bond of J200 each to answer 1 OHKV to J. W. Lambert near Boono. Squlro this placo spent Saturday night with of students in Teachers Training at tho April Federal court at Rich now enjoyLambert is on tho sick list this Miss Eva LcwlB. John Webb and Courses in tho various states Is pre-ng Posey, Jan. 17. Wo aro mond. James Kelley left, Monday Boa-liing somo real pleasant days after week. J. D. Lambert purchased ra James Frazler who are attending tho sented, and in this presentation far Manchester, on business. Groen staudu tenth from tho botE. K. 8. N at Richmond spent from snow and cold weather. It nlco milk cow from B. 8. Poynti-so much Monday with tho for- tom, tho cost only being $34, whllo KTU1IUKON. has been so far ono of tho coldeHt for 35 dollars. Misses Nora Wren, Saturday till Miss tho highest cost In any s)ato Is in Sturgeon, Jan. 27. Died on Jan. 21, winters wo havo had in many years. Lydla Lovctt and Martha Owens were mer's parents at this place. C00. weok with Massachusetts, preaching at Clifty bhopplnng In Bcrca, Saturday. Mr. I.cona Webb spent Bonnlo, the llttlo daughter of Mr. and There will bo Thero Is inspiration on every pago Miss Rhoda Bowman at Richmond. B. Chasteen wero visitaud Mrs. B. Mrs. Blaine Wilson, ago 3 years, 3 church, Saturday night ond Sunday. been Blck of this report, and wo aro sure that months and 14 days. Sho had been J. T. Malnous has his now houso ing near Snldor, Sunday. Born to Jim T. Corneltsou who has r, for somo tlmo Is somo better. Miss tho heart of every truo Kontucklan havo Mr. and Mrs. Granville Cox of weak for several months. Sho was ta completed and tho children a flno boy on tho 19th. Grand- Candls Powell spent tho latter part into whoso bands it falls will swell ninvcil Intn It no as to bu nearer tllO ken to tho Gibson doctors at Rich ma Brock died at Jier homo near Sni- of tho week with her cousin, Verna with prldo becauso of the great work mond and the trouble found to bo school bouse. Rev. B. Young's Miss Ethel Flanery left, that is bolng dono. of the glands',' but it was by has pneumonia fever and has been der, Friday night,, and was laid to Parks. BAKING POWDER Absolutely Purm The only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar ROYAL i " J. rf -1 i a. I T . 28.-W- 11I10 l. Van-Wlnk- lo No Soul Saved in Lost Body YOU Mc-Ciu- self-respec- . NOR-MA- Dr. Ara-bro- so Am-btos- I L,. v. I ai-a-- ., I . m Vi ti vi 1 T '' 1 J w It lat Bnl-do-