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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FEBKUAHY8, 1012 DID WE MEAN The Feb. 10 It i in CITIZEN People IT? Kaowledge ii power sad tha way to keep up with dec kaowledge Is to read a food newspaper. Vol. XIII. Five cents n copy. One Dollar a year. No. 32 Feb. 10 Big Sale CLOTHING, SHOES and Furnishing Goods to 17 to 17 This will be the Greatest Value Sale of the Season In our determination to clean up our surplus stock we have cut deeper in prices than ever before. See The Posters For Prices Wo nre for President Tnft fur n second term, and wo are not for simply becnuso it is tlio custom to give n president n second term, hut because wo think liu deserves it. Hut wo do not menu to put it altogether upon the ground of his deserts. Tlmt is not tho highest motive in matters of public concern. Wo urn for Mr. Tuft because wo think the country needs him another four years. We aro now in the middle of tho strentn as to n tariff policy and we can't afford to snap horses just now. It is to the credit of the president that we havo tho TnriiT Hoard and he is committing us to revision by schedules scientific revision, and we want his policy carried out. The horse that tho harness fits the horse already harnessed can best pull tho load. But why should wo argue the question? We are airoady The Louisville convention tlmt nominated Judge O'Rear pledged itself and tho Republican party in Kentucky to President Taft in the following language: "We recognize the high character and ability and the distinguished public service of President Taft and cordially indorse his administration nud unreservedly indorse him for rouomination in 1UI2." The simple questions now that confront us nre, Did we mean it? Have we any party honor? Certainly Mr. Taft has done nothing to justify us in repudiating our pledge. lie is stronger now with the country in general than then. His policies have had time to prove their worth, and his traducero to catch themselves in their own traps. To answer these questions in the negative would be to admit the justice of the defeat tlint was administered to us in the state election Inst November; and, if that is the estimate put upon our pledges by the people, it accounts for that defeat. com-tnittc- ANTHONY AMERICAN FOUR-FOO- T WIRE FENCE, 26c. STAPLES THROWN IN :: :: :: :: :: :: :: AT CHRISMA'N'S "THE FURNITURE MAN" SENATOR BOSWORTH'S RECORD R. R. COYLE Berea THE GREAT COMMISSION The Citizen commented two weeks ago upou the fact that Senator Dosworth voted to recommit the County Unit Bill; which was in accord with his actions two years ago. It should not be forgotten now that n week later, when the bill was put upon its passage, he was one of the Senators who voted against. Simultaneously with this vote, however, there appeared in most h of the papers in his District, the 17th, a column headed, "Joe a very busy man in the present Session of the General Assembly; Holds important committee assignment and working hard for Good Roads." This was a shrewd political move on the part of Mr. Bos-wortBos-wort- NEWS OFJE WEEK IN OUR OWN STATE Senator LaFollette - Kentucky wlll bo saved whother they hear It or no." Sermon Preached by Rev. Knight In Go Preach, Bera College Chape), Monday Hut, It Jesuo Christ Is what ho Evening. claims to bo, tho very Sen of God, then Ills word Is final authority, Main 16:15. "Go yo Into all the world and and his Inst command to his disciples preach tha Gospel to every creature. beforo his accenslon was to "Go In He that bcllcvcth and Is baptized to all tho world and preach tho Gosshall bo saved and ho that Ullcveth pel to ovory creature," to go Into all parts of tho inhabited earth, go tiot shall bo damned." as his witnesses Into Jerusalem and Introduction. Soma pooulo bcllevo that God has Judra and Samaria and Into tho utchosen, predestinated and elected termost parts of tho world. In tho certain pcoplo to bo saved, that language of today this would mean they cannot bo loot bcauso pred'S- - preach tho Gospel In Berea, In Ken- - We also called attention to the fact that nothing much had been heard of "good roods" for sometime. Now this matter is sent gratuitously to the various papers, and for what purpose? To blind the people to his stand on the County Unit proposition and hood wink them by the plea of "good roads" "busy for good roads," but busier for the liquor powers which own him. A REPEAL WOULD BE CALAMITOUS REV. CHAS. SPURQEON KNIGHT tlnatcd from tho foundation of tha yieky, In tho United States and world to bo saved. And thoreforo wo tho seas In Europo, Asia, Afriaro under no obligations to preach ca, South America, Australia, and tho Gospel to them becnuso they tho Islands of tho Sea. That word GO does not mean to wait for them to como to us, it denotes action, it CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE means that wo aro to tako tho Gospel to tho billion, flvo hundred milFIRST PAGE lion Inhabitants cf this world for Editorials. whom Chrlet died. In Our Own State. story You may have hoard tho News of tho Week. told by S. D. Gordou which is supposSermon Tho Gnat Commission. ed to bo a conversation between M Sabbath. upon JesuB and tho Angel Gabriel SECOND PAOE bis return to Heaven. Ho has bosn General News. telling Gabriel of tho work ho has Sunday School Lesson. dono upon oarth and what plans THinO PA01S he has inudo to spread tho good news. Lincoln's Summer Cottage. He said, "I bavo left Peter and John Temperance Notes. and JnniCB and Matthew and Paul FOURTH PAGE and a fuw others to preach this GosLocals. pel. I have commissioned them to Lctlcr from lrof. Dodge. tell others and thoso others, and still Death of Dr. Jacob Barton. others, and yet others, till all tho FIFTH PAGE world hears tho story,'1 "Dut supThree Rcmarkablo Women. pose," aajB Gabrlol; "that Peter, and Sermon (continued.) James, and John and Paul and tho Death of Benjamin C. Weaver. others should fall you, what other SIXTH PAGE plans have you made? And Jesus Serial Story. answers thoughtfully, "I havo no upon SEVENTH PAGE other plan. I am depending them." Tuft's Special Message. My friends, ho la" depending upon Submarino Disaster. you and mq to preach this Gospel SermoB. of tho Kingdom unto all this old Market. world. Shall wo fall him? Tho angel EIGHTH PAGE who called on Cornelius cculd bavo Eastern Kentucky News. On Jan. 1st, 1011, the vital statistics law became effective in , Kentucky. It has now been in operation a little more than a year and has already proved its worth to all rigbt'lhinking people. However it is rumored that bills will be introduced into the Legislature to limit the usefulness of the law and possibly entirely abolish it. These bills must certainly have originated in the minds of those who care more for the cattle and the hogs of (be commonwealth than they do of the citizeus of the state. Very likely for the health and they care for neither. Dr. W. L. Heizer, the state registrar, in an address before the State Medical Association at Pnducah, after eight months operation of law, showed in a striking manner the benefits that have alreay accrued to the state, and outlined what might be eipected if the law is allowed to continue. Surely it would seem that, since the state's existence g of its citizens, the state itself depends upon tho health and ought to have a care for that health and This can best be done through a well ogauized nud efficient state board of health But in order for this state board of health to demonstrate its efficiency it must know tho health or diseased conditions of the state, and this it can only know through such reports as are required to be made , to the st.ite registrar by this law. The statistics already accumulated show that from 45 to 50 per cent of the deaths in the state nre duo to diseases practically preventable. That certainly is worth kuowing. The next great concern of every one is, what are the menus of prevention? These nny one can learn whonvill take the trouble to read the bulletins that the Board will send for the asking. Tho only other factor then in the problem will bo the putting of tho preventive measures into operation. For this there would seem to bo sufficient incentive on the part of all. Dr. Irving Fisher, of Yale, has said that "the average of human lifo cau be increased in the United States fifteeu years in oue generation by the simple process of preventing disease." If DO per cent of deaths are found to bo due to diseases easily preventable, why not add more than fifteen years? To repeal the vital statistics law would be to take the greatest backward step possible, and it is to be hoped that it will not only not be repealed but that every power reasonable will be given the State Board of Health in its humanitarian work. well-being well-beinwell-bein- Has a Nervous New Mansion for the Governor Wilson to Address Legislature A And Breakdown King George Suggestion to Our Law Makers CanQueen Mary at Home Again Col. Roosevelt has s Manager In Ky. by Rejecting Reciprocity ada Loses Editor Moves to Fla. Looking A Year of Holocausts. for Hook Worm Cold Again "Proof of the Pudding." LaFOLLETTE TAKES A REST Senator LaFollette has canceled a NEW HOME FOR THE GOVERNOR number of Important speaking engage Tho Governors of Kentucky havo ments In his Interest for tho presi lived for many years In "an old farm dential nomination and has given as houso" under tho hill and near tho :i reason that ho Is on tho verge of mouth of a tunnel in Frankfort. It a nervous break-dowhas been called tho Governor's Mansion, and has long been Inadequate KING AND QUEEN AT HOME for tho functions that the Governor AGAIN King George and Queen Mary re- of tho commonwoalth Is supposed turned to London, Monday, from a to glvo. Now it Is proposed to build threo montho' vlsjt In India, and a new $75,000 homo and a bill approwere received with great acclaim. It priating that amount has passed both , Ir reported that on passing tho Houses of tho Legislature. American Embacsy tho King rose WILL ADDRESS LEGISLATURE and saluted tho Stars and Stripes. Governor Wilson of Now Jersey, candidate for tho Democratic PresiDOES CANADA SEE HER dents! nomination, in response to an MISTAKE? Figures coming from a Canadian invitation of tho Legislature to adsourco show that tho Dominion has dress it, has wlrod that ho will speak already lost $25,000,000 through tho in Frankfort, Friday, tho 9th. Several other presidential aspirants rejection of the reciprocity treaty with tho United States. Perhaps cho havo received llfco invitations Democrats only, wo believe. will wako up after while. n. A YEAR OF HOLOCAUSTS Tho Brooklyn Eaglo Is authority for .tho satcmcnt that excluding wars and tho daily deaths from ac cident, which aro so common as hard ly to bo noticed and therefore practically Impossible of enumeration, the deaths on a largo scale from fires, earthquakes, famines, overflowing of streams and bursting of dams, etc., amounted to 100,693 in 1911. RAILWAY STATISTICS A comparative statement, Issued by tho Bureau cf Railway Ecomon-lc- s, shows that In tho month of Nov. 1911, tho business dono by tho railroads of tho country was somowhat less than during Nov. of the previous year. The average receipts per mllo for 1911 wero $1,031 or $18 less than during tho corresponding month in 1910. This decreaso was both in freight cad passenger receipts. SLATED FOR AN EMBASSADOR-SHI- P GOSPEL MEETINGS Earnest Sermons and Many Conversions Large ences in Spite of the Cold. "Mid-Wee- Audi- It is said in Washington that former Governor Myron T. Herrlck of Ohio has been offered tho embassa-dorshl- p to Franco to succeed Air. Bacon who recently resigned. JUNKETING AND BANQUETING Tho Legislature has done fairly good work so far, considering tho met that so much junketing and banqueting has been done. Thcro seems to bo a disposition on tho part of both Houses to Investigate everything that will give an opportunity for as many of tho members as c'ueoso to tako a railroad trip to Lexington, Richmond, Louisville, Eddyvlllo and other places. Oue honest man in tho Senato has littered his protest such wasto of tlmo and wasto of money, and Tho Citizen is freo to join him In saying that it institutions must bo Investigated It could better bo dono by a small commlttco from cither or both Houses. Not only could tho work bo done better but both tlmo and money could thus bo savod. COL. ROOSEVELT'S MANAGER Former Congressman Don C. Edwards of London Is to manago tho campaign of Col. Roosevelt In Kentucky for tho Republican nomination for tho Presidency. It Is reported that ho has accepted tho appointment from tho Roosevelt Commlttco In Chicago. Tho headquarters of tho Continued on tad page. k To-da- y, Sabbath" Thursday, February 8 bo found in other columns of Tho Citizen, this week. Tho extraordinary Interest in tho Gospel Meetings being held in tho Col lego Chapel has led to a generSubbath," al doslro for a "mid-wee- k and such is being observed today. Most places of business aro closed at tho hours for tho day tlmo nioetlngs, 9:30 to 11 a. in., and 3:00 to 4:30 p. m. Night meeting Is at 7 Bharp. Tho classes in tho Institution aro suspended for tho day. Seldom if ever has Borca felt tho power of religion as now. Special Notice of Don't Buy Your Roofing Until You See Us WHY? - Knight Is a Charles Spurgcon proacher whom everybody Is benefited by hearing. You hear him onco and you foci that you must bear him ovory tlnio. Ho speaks with great plalnnoss and simplicity, and holds tho attontlon from start to finish. Dosplto tho lutenso cold thcro havo been great audlonccs every night, and tho afternoon meetings at 3:15 havo been well attended. On Sunday th addresses wero especially to Chris tians, but tho conversions began that day and by Tuesday night num. brod abovo fifty. Ono of Mr. Knight's sermons may preached tho Gospel to him, but in stead ho said send for Peter, and Pe ter did tho preaching that led Cornelius to Christ. If this world Is ever to bear tho Gospol It must hoar it through human lips, hear it as ou and I hoard It, for not cno of tonight if us would bo Christians Painted Roofing Galvanized Roofing Guttering ... ... of $1.79 and up. $2.79 and up. 20 per cent reduction. THESE PRICES HOLD GOOD ONLY ON SATURDAYS OF THIS JvlONTH FROM 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. We Don't Want Your Money, We Want Your Order. During this month we make a speciality of repairing Steel Ranges. I we had not heard of Christ through someone's testimony, song, or sermon, or in answer to somcno's prey- ere by reading a tract written by somo person or through the reading of the Dlblo, tho paper, type, printing, binding and distribution all being Contiuutd on rag Vive JBerea School Office IRoof f no ts6 HENRY LENOFELLNER, Manager Jackson St., Berea, Ky.- - Phone : Jay j , night J 8 1, noon CLASS IN ROOF1NO WILL START MARCH 4th. Pag Tva WILL INSTRUCT ON GOOD I THE CITIZEN. WHISTLES WILL SOON BE HEARDl Eastern Kentucky Towns Gradually Being Drawn Into a Network of Spreading Railroads. LOUISVILLE AND CLEVELAND February 8, 1912 The Citizen A THRONE GIVES UP MRNfflONAL family newspaper for all that true and Interesting. right rnfellefced every Thurtday at ROADS IN Btrtm. Xy. EXPERTS WILL GIVE PRACTICAL ON HIGHDEMONSTRATIONS WAY CONSTRUCTIONS. THESE TWO CITIES WILL BE HELD PERRY CELEBRATIONS. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. I. . Faulkner, Editor ana (Incorporated) Manager. Subscription Rates PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. On jrwur M Money Order, Draft, noclsterrd lietter, or Road Supervisors Invited to Attend ne ana two cent tt&mpo. alter your nam on label Th Course Department of Agriculture (o what date rwir utwerlptlon Is bowl paid. U It Is not ahancprd wtthln three Sends Man from Washinspsa after retaewaJ notify u. gtonLasts One Week. Btlaatns numbers will be rlodly supplied If w are tvotlnrd. tfb- Flsss premiums cheap, with new Lexington. For the purposo of givRrlpUsos and prompt itmawul. Send (or List. s ing road supervisors and other Liberal terras t&rm to amy on who obinterested in good roads practitain new ubeorlpUona (or us. Any on endlivK us (our yearly suMcrtptton can cal Instruction, Prof. H. ,C. Terrell, reostTs Tho Citizen free (or hhnaetf tot head of the civil engineering departane year. AahrerUstng rates on appMcaon. ment of state university, will devote the entire week, beginning February ' MKUBER OF 7, to practical demonstrations of tho construction of earth and sand roads, and tho reconstruction of macadam roads. Tho demonstrations will be given primarily for tho benefit of the LARGEST SASSAFRAS TREE. class of the new short course of highway construction at the university, 8lmpson County Boasts the Biggest In but other persons interested are Inthe World. BtWmjdCT PTU388 ASSOCIATION. vited to attend. Not only will the theoretical principles Involved in the Kipling gets one dollar a word (or construction ef such roads bo taught Franklin. Tho controversy regardcrery word he writes. Ho should by lectures, but sections of roads of ing the' largest sassafras tree, which write at least ten words before preals-fas- this character will be constructed, originated with the Atlanta Constitushowing each step of such work. Pro- tion and was taken up by former fessor Terrell haB Bent letters to road Lieut Gov. Hlndtnan of Kentucky, has New York asko every citizen to be supervisors and contractors through- finally reverted to Simpson county for enough of a sport to clean five ntid out the state, Inviting them to attend settlement. The Atlanta tree measInches of Enow off his side- the demonstrations. Among tho lec- ured seven feet in circumference, walk. tures will be a scries by Charles II. while the one In Governor Hlndtnan' Hay, from the department of agricul- yard measured 12 feet and five Inches. In the yard of Esq. George Tlsdale, in A scientist tells us that turkey will ture. the northwest section of Simpson bo extinct within the next ten years. county, iv--e three sassafras trees, one TODD HEADS CENTENNIAL. Prom the looks of things In Europe, so measuring IS feet and eight Inches, will Turkey. Kentucklan Given Most Important one IS feet and three Inches and the other 11 feet and eight Inches. Tho Down In Georgia a Judge has decidPlace In the Work of Coming measurements were taken by Esq. ed that It Is n crime to kill a baseball Celebration. Tlsdale and are accurate. The largest umpire. It seems a rather decent of the trio Is threo Inches larger than thing to decide. At a meeting of the board it was the Adalr county tree, and gives to decided to put the executive direction Simpson county tho distinction of havA Washington telephone girl re- of tbe work Into Ken- ing produced .the largest sassafras cently married a London banker. With tucklan, McKenzIetho hands of a Todd of Frankfort tree in the world. her It was a rapid transit from "ring Mr. Todd Is financial secretary of the off" to "ring on." Association, but his new duties will FIRE IN A COAL MINE. put him at the head of the threo ImMr. Edison Is producing all kinds of portant divisions, finance, publicity Franklin The Franklin Commerconcreted furniture except mattresses. and promotion. With Secretary GenThus far concrete mattresses haie not eral Webster Huntington and Presi- cial club determined to push the work for the been we.i receved. dent General Worthlngton he will be of obtaining subscriptions In Lincoln-Jacksohighway. order the executive head of the work. London la to have a new hotel conMr. Todd will return to Frankfort that work may be begun in tho early taining 1,000 rooms, and It Is promised by way of Harrisburg, Pa. In the spring. The fiscal court of Simpson that no tipping will be permitted. Pennsylvania capital he will devote county appropriated $10,000 for tho It that your rooms early. himself toward securing an appropria- work, and to la estimated private$5,000 subbe raised by tion, and when he reaches Kentucky will have Maryland has revived the old cus- he will apply himself to a similar scription. A portion of tho latter, tom of whipping wife beaters. A lit- work. Within a few weeks Mr. Todd however, has already been secured. tle whipping now and then will often will make his headquarters at Cleve- The Commercial club will work In conjunction with the fiscal court In cure the worst of men. land and New York. constructing the road, and It Is the purpose to make Simpson's portion "Why do beautiful women marry LARGE SALE OF LAND. road the best of the Lincoln-Jacksougly men?" asks a contemporary. Posbetween Loulsvlllo anJ Nashville. sibly because they believe that band-somGlasgow. Ono of tho largest land is as handsome docs. deals ever made In this section was COMBINE MADE DEFENDANT. consummated when Powell Harlow women are seriously recom- sold what is known as the Satterfield German Loxlngton. It became known that mending compulsory military service farm of 2,800 acres on llarren river, In ft the sex. Sometimes It does seem Allen county, for $75,000, to tho Jo U. simultaneous suits had been filed as If war was hardly worth whllo. Rogers company. The Satterfield farm against the International Harvester is one of tho best farms in southern company in Lincoln, Garrard, Doyle You don't hear tobacco deilcrx join Kentucky, and aside from containing and Mercer counties, comprising one lng In the laugh at the expense of several hundred acres of bottom land circuit of tbe judicial district by those large hearted women who buj Is admirably adapted to stock raising, State's Attorney S. D. Florence, askChristmas cigars for '.heir husbands. more stock being raised on that farm ing $5,000 damages in each case and than any other five farms In this sec- charging the company with violation t law. of tho Sherman The navy Is evidently In earnest In tion. its determination not to hav men In Its service. It has just PROPOSED TIMBER DEAL. SIMPSON COUNTY FAIR. Issued an order putting the ban on chewing gum. repGlasgow Spencer Halcomb, Franklin Tho Simpson County Fair Stave association haB elected officers for the resenting tho .Mr. Edison Fays that coon the year. It Is the purposo of tho directors company of Ix)ulsvllle, has mado a eds need not pay out $450 on the to make a number oi additions to bid on what Is known as tho Eubank Installment plan for furniture, but can buildings and grandstand before tho timber near Akersvllle, In tho edge get their concrete outfit for $200. Still next meeting, as the attendance has of Mouroo county. The amount of an the installment plan? heretofore taxed tho capacity of tho the bid is not known, but it Is claimed that if It is accepted it will grandstand. We see by the papers that a New bo the largest timber deal over pulled York bride Ib spending her honeyoff In southern Kentucky. THREE WOMEN DROWNED. moon learning how to run a dairy farm. Tbe damsel's heart Is full of VERDICT AGAINST SOUTHERN. Lexington. Dispatches from the milk of human kindness. Woroly, Pulaski comity, say three Shelbyvllle. The jury in tho case persons were drowned near there Certain scientists advocate tbe use when, a boat conveying a party across of Clifton Alford against tho Southof tbe surgeon's knlfo to reform bad South Fork river was capsized by ern railway returned a verdict giving boys, but a good old fashioned session Ice. The victims were Mrs. Mary Alford damages In the sum of $5,000. In the woodshed Is worth more than a West, Clarence Dobbs and Mary Alford Bucd for $25,000. Tho Jury icance ou tbe operating table. stood nine to threo. It was the secYancey. ond trial of the case. An American miner killed seventeen BLACKBIRDS CARRY DISEASE. d He Mexican bandits FIRE DESTROYS RESIDENCE. could hire out to almost any cation. among A fatal malady Louisville. Myers. The residences of 8. H. A New Jersey boarder who showed Kentucky horses called trypanoramla Wm Poe were destroyed by fire light to his landlady and was clubbed Is brought here, according to veterin- and together with much of their contents. Jnto submission with a chicken was arians, by blackbirds from tho south. It is supposed to havo originated in a by mosquitoes Kent to jail. He deserved bis lata for Blackbirds are bitten defective flue. The loss Is partially causing such a tragic hiatus In tbo and In turn bite the horses. covered by Insurance. menu. Maysville. Mason county now haB GIVEN LIFE SENTENCE. years two women officeholders. Miss Jessie A wife suing for twcnty-elgb- t alimony, places her claim at J 11' a O. Yancey Is county superintendent Lebanon. Tho jury In the case of week. Iter recreant spouse uow finds of schools, and the the that harmony In tbo home at nothing county clerk, James J. Owens, named Den Robinson, charged with Riley a year would have been far less ex- Miss Hose Murphy as his chief dep- murder of Manson Isaacs at 1C, 1911, sentenced him uty. Station, Aug. pensive. to life Imprisonment Twenty-onapplicants Frankl'n. Signs of an ancient rare have been were examined for common school Lexington. The Kraud Jury discovered on an Island lu the turned 16 Indictments. a skeleton with a necklace of diplomat. auman teeth being one of tbe finds. It Mrs. Cliff Lackey and MIddletown For the purpose of mining coal was doubtless thut of a prehistoric two children, both under 10 years manufacturing lumber and dealing In dentist. of age, were poisoned by candy. The coal and timber lands, a charter has a been issued to tbo Turkey Foot Land A divorced woman in Mfssuurl has oldest child and mother are lu and Lumber compauy with principal a right to be kissed, for a Judge says serious condition. offices In Huntington, W. 'a., und opso from the bench. This we should Maysville A barn ami corn crib erations to bo located la Jaokson rrgard as one of the Inallenabls rights and of any uninarrlod woman, no matter filled with hay, cornGeorge farm imple- county, Ky. Tho company has a capments, belonging to Vincent at italization of $300,000. by what method unmarried. Mount Carmel, burned to tbe ground. Muyllold.Tho deposits In the postal A medical Journal sayw that women Horse Cavei Claudo Hush, former, are Justified In using paint and pow was perhaps fotally injured when run savings bank recently established here have reached $1,000. Tho deVery graceful of tbe medical dcr. jcurnal. In view of tbe fact that they over by bit wagon partially loaded posits rango in sums from teen cents to $100. will continue to use them whether with tobacco. they are Justified or not Tarw Month o4 mony Month .....tl.W by 64 M Powt-ofll- AUSPICES STATE UNIVVRSITY cr Expreti 4t per-con- Whltcsburg. With tho exception of tho lino tunnel at Haznrd and two cuts tho entire grado work of tho now branch of tho Lexington & Eastern from Hazard up Into the coal fields of this county Incompleted and ready for the track laying. Tho cuts will be finished In tbo next thirty days. Railroad officials declare Uioy will roach Whltcsburg by May first. All tho big corporations aro preparing for gigantic developments.. Uenham, tho new city of the Wisconsin Steel company, Is making rapid strides, having a population of more than 3,000. Houses aro going up as if by magic. Poor Fork is also growing by leaps and bounds. Dozen of new towns are springing up In all parts of the country. It tins been announced that the Waalota &. Hlack Mountain railroad will bo extended up into tho head waters of the Cumberland tho present year to tap tho coal fields of Upper Black Mountain section. Tho extension will be about fifteen miles. Monument of 350 Feet to Be Erected Bay as a at Put-IMemorial. n MANCHU RULERS SIGN EDICT OF ABDICATION AND ARE BESIEGED IN PALACE. PANIC Chinese In swrsaiooL IUT.W111!" Rraat. I. P--, Mrctnr PtblOoai Lesson REIGNS IN PEKING IxjuIbvIIIc Ono of but two cities designated by the Perry Victory Centennial commission lit which celebration of Perry's historic achievement will bo held Is Louisville, and the request from the Kentucky city that tho first week In October, 1913, bo selected as the time in which tho Louisville festivities be conducted was agreed to and granted. The other city Is CloTclWd, for tho week of July 2, 1913. Tho special commlttco of tho commission, to which theso questions wero referred with power to act aftor and determining upon Louisville Cleveland and tho dates of tho celebrations there, decided to make no further arrangements as to places and dates for such events. The great honor and distinction is, therefore, divided only between the two cities Flock to Foreign Legations LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 11. Fear of Massacre by Fanatical Foes Who Threaten Royal Family THE BOY JESUS IN THE TEMPLE. With Assassination. An I It that (lUl.DBN Ti:XT-"ll- ow ought me? Wlt ye not that I inuit be my Father' bmlne.' Luke 2:w. about 4T. MUMOHY VKH8KS-4- I. abdication edict has been signed by tho Manchu rulers who aro besieged In their palace at Peking and for the present have no means of escape. The troops of the Manchu garrison have sworn vengeance on the empress dowager nnd the princes lor their act and have declared they will shoot them on sight Every precaution Is being taken to guard against treachery within the palace. LESSON TKXT-Lu- Ve S:49-- Tientsin. t. one-thir- d n otic conditions here. Tbe officials arc In a panic, the mayor has resigned and fled With his family to the French concession. Martial law has been named. The meeting of the commission proclaimed In tbe native city. The formal statement given by the ended after the selection of a design for tho centennial memorial to be Imperial foreign board nfter a conferDay. The design ence between tbe empress and the erected at Put-Ifor the memorial selected Is ono of cabinet was to the effect that a peacer ful solution of the situation had been several submitted by Architect of New York. It, will cover reached. Tbe edict grants the request of Yuan 600 square feet of ground and Is surmounted by a shaft that will reach a Shi Knl that tho bestowal of a upon him, which tha throne height of 350 feet bas proposed, be deferred until after SALS HE KILLED MAN LONG AGO peace bas been restored. A This request of the prtmler Is taMan Calling Himself J. W. Gray Sur- ken to Indicate that he has transferred his allegiance to the republicans, but renders In California. will remain In Peking to prevent a rcmorso Manchu outbreak, Eureka, Cat. Suffering The republican army Is disregardfor a murder committed, ho says, 19 years ago In Kentucky, J. W. Gray ing the extension of the armistice, Several lly a having resumed hostilities. surrendered to tho police. Btrnnge chanco a man was found hero skirmishes have been fought In the who had knowledgo of tho tragedy vicinity of Kticbeng. where the Imperial force of General Shang Hsnn nnd he Identified Gray. According to Gray ho was a deputy wns overwhelmingly defeated, and the sheriff nt Sand Hill, near Mammoth rebels have begun an advanco on railIn the Tlentsln-PukoCave, In 1S93. He says ho was sent to arrest a tnati named Rons Sim- road. Private dispatches describe the situmons. A fight followed. Simmons, Gray says, passed a knife to his ation In Peking ns bordering on an upare Hundreds or Chinese sister, who stabbed Gray scvernl rising. times In tho back. Thereupon Gray flocking to tho foreign legations for drew his revolver and shot Simmons. protection and the wealthy residents He fled 'rom Kentucky and wandered are storing their treasures within tbe foreign concessions. over the country. Gray Is now about AO years old. LETTER AS PERJURY PROOF SOYS' CORN CLUB. Fried-landemar-qulsa- The abdication has precipitated cha- Re-ser- Superintendent of Henderson County Schools Will Organize One. Note Ascribed to Canadian 8ay H Made Hlnes "Come Across" After Exposure Threats. Washington, Evldenco Intended to show that Charles McGowan. n young Canadian who testified In defense of C. F Wlehe beforo the lorlmer Investigation committee of the senate last summer, perjured himself was offered before tbe committee by William J Hums, the detective who gained fame In the McNamara case. Repented verbal clashes between Mr, Hum and Klbrldge Hanecy, attorney for Senator Lorlmer, marked the hearing. The most Important evidence presented by Mr. Hums consisted of n letter written by McGowan to A. C. Ilalley, one of the Hums operatives. In which McGowan said In reference to his testimony: "I made them come across at that: not all I expected, though, nnd I had a of a time getting It, too. Had to threaten blm with all kinds of exposure." Further evldenco will be presented In the shape of dictagraph records of conversations between McGowan and Hums' operatives. According to a stntement by Mr, Hums on tho stand, the dictagraph records will Include an admission by McGowan that he heard Mr. Wlehe, who Is a brother-ln-lnof Edward Hlnes, tell William Ilurgess of Duluth that he contributed $10,000 toward a $100,000 Lorlmer slush fund. MrGowan's testimony last summer consisted of denials that Wlehe said anything of the sort Wlehe. Ilurgess and McGowan, according to Ilurgess. were the only persons present during the conversation, which took place In of a sleeper on the the smoking-rooWinnipeg Flyer between St Paul and Virginia, Minn., last March. At times during Mr. Rurns' testimony It seemed altogether probable n e Henderson. A boys' "corn club" Is being formed hero by County School Superintendent IL L. Cinnamond. Already nine boys havo enrolled, and on the second Saturday In February tho organization will be perfected. Merchants and business men will contribute cash prizes, tho amount of which will be determined later. MONEY FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Lexington. Tho finance committed of tho school board estimates that $153,206 will be required to run tho Lexington public schools for 1912, of which $105,500 will go to pay tho salaries of teachers, superintendent and cletk. In addition $13,500 will bo needed fcr tho payment of interest and redemption of bauds. There Is a balance In the tfcasury of $7,233. It Is estimated that tho city schools will receive from the stato $49,778, which leaves $96,199 to be raised by city taxation. The board asks that the city levy sufficient taxes to raise anti-trus- undo-Klrabl- o ) Chess-Wymon- d newly-w- the amount WORK ON NEW ROAD. Plkevllle F. E. Engle. chief engineer of construction of tho Sandy Valley & Elkhorn railway, has reof the turned from nn Inspection work from Shelby to JenklnB. He re- ports that tho work of construction Is rapidly ncarlng completion. WOMAN CONDUCTS FUNERAL. single-hande- newly-appotnte- that tbe detective might undertake to attack Mr, Hanecy, Time after time Mr. Durns made dence of Herbert Goldsmith, er, was destroyed by fire of unknown stinging replies to what he considorigin. The loss was $3,000, with no ered Insulting questions by Mr Hanecy. Mr. Hums appeared ready to Insurance on building or contents. mix It up with Mr. Hanecy In a physiMore than 300 conver- cal encounter nt one time when he SomcrbOt sions and over 100 new members are told the members of the committee added to tho Methodist church as the that If they didn't stop the nttorney from making Insulting remarks be result of a revival now in progress. West Versailles At the funernl of Mrs. Jano Fuller the services were conducted by Mrs. Fuller's niece, Mrs. Josephine K. Henry, tho noted and agnostic. This Is the first tlmo a funeral service has ever been conducted hern by a woman. suf-fragl- Point The two-stor- y resiu farm- would do It himself. e Dad feeling was displayed on all Hardwell. Jess F. Nichols, lawyer and former representative, was hurt side. Mr. Hanecy was constantly la when stitick on tbe head by u glass a wrangle either with Mr, Rurns or with John J. Healy, attorney for the tumbler at a moving picture show. committee. Tnylorsvllle The Rev. Dr. T. J. Pass Borah's Child's Bill. Home, pastor of the Presbyterian Washington. The senate, after a church, announced to his congregation r debate, passed Senator that ho has asked tbo presbytery to sever his connection with this church llorah's bill creating a children's buf In the department of commsroe pastorate of five and reau after a A similar bill la now years. He expects to accept a call and labor. in Arkansas. pending In the' house and there Is no from a church doubt It will pass. Glasgow A peculiar situation con"br wtiat bra man better than sheep or German Squadron Comes. fronted the citizens of Monroe county oat when It was reported that no bldB Berlin. A German squadron will Tkat nourish, a blind Ufa within th brain. had been received to build the four be sent to American waters this year miles of pllte beyond Tompklnsvllle to return tue visit to Kiel of tbe seo If knowing Ood, they lift not homla of prayr and Otla. ond division of tbe United States Both for thtniMlvM who oall t North Atlantic squadron last June. Una UiadV four-houone-haland-tbo- This lesson Is tho ono solitary Instance recorded In the strangely scaled thirty years Of tho Master's life. Here Is an Illustration of what Is meant by tho Inspiration of election only thoso things that wero of vital and redomptlvo Importance In the life John says, of Jesus are recorded. "Manr other signs truly did Jeans which are not written In this book: Hut these aro written, that ye might believe that Jesus Is the Christ, the ye son of God: and that believing might hare life through his name." For this reason, wo should valuo every word that la written. The lesson furnishes a model In character building for tho youth. Jesus Is tbe examplo, and tho model boy. Jesus was a real boy. He ate, drank, played, grew, asked questions, Just as other boys do. Ills character, like all othor character building, was a growth: "Ho Increased In wisdom and stature." No character la Inatantaneoua; it la the work of growth and of years. Indeed, u f a lifetime. An Icicle la formed drop by drop. Character is formed by single words and acts. A mushroom may grow In a night but surely not tbe character of a man. Just as words and sentences nro formed by means of the single letters of tbe alphabet so words, thoughts, deeds, actluns, looks, motives these aro tbe alphabet from which we spell character. Sow a thought, and reap a word; sow a word, and reap an act; aow an act, and reap a habit; bow a habit and reap a character; sow a character, and reap a destiny. Chrlst'a character was developed In the borne. He had a Christian home tbe greatest gift of God this sldo of heaven. What chance has many a child today to build character in a home where tho parents know not God,, never read tho Hlble, never pray, never go to church! It for no other reason, parents should becomo Christiana for their children's sake. If our children are lost, we parents are to blame, unless wo have set before them the example of a Christian llfo. As a boy, Christ was obedient to ala parents. This was a manly thlsg. Parents aro In the place of God to the child: God cannot bo everywhere, so he mado parents. Tho first commandment on tho second table Is obedience to parents, and It la tho first commandment with a promise. Tho apron strings of the mother may hecoma tbo reins of government of tho nation. We must obey beforo wo can command. The character of Jesus was developed In tho church also. Ills parents wero churchgoers, and they bad cultivated that habit in tho child. In speaking of Jesus as a churchgoer, Luko says that "as his custom was, ho went Into tho synagogue" What great thoughts must havo como to tho tnlud of Christ as bo visited tho tem ple! What dormant potcntlulltlci wero aroused as ho sat and listened to tho exposition of Gcd's word! Humanly eresklng, Christ owed a great deal In tho development of his character to his attendance nt tho temple Can a tymmctrlcal character bo produced ntitsldn uf tho church and religion? Wo think not; certainly tho best character cannot bo produced In ono who Ignores these, In splto of all her failures, the church Is tho best Institution In tho world today for the building of character. Wo do our children a great wrong when wo deprive them of the- privileges of tho church. Hut Jesus was also a member of tbo Hlblo school tho teaching part of the church. This Is evident from the fact that the Instruction received was In answering and asking questions. No doubt many of tho Scripture passages quoted by blm were learned in tbe Jewish Utblo school. Tbe boy Jesus was aa Interested as well as an Interesting scholar la tbe school. He was no mere visitor. He came with a well prepared lesson, and that Indicated that be had studied, the lesson at home under tha Instruction of his parents. What a lesson for parents today I Have you ever considered how many great and noble men tho Sunday school of our land have been Instrumental In producing? Did you evct think bow many of the most influential men or the world today givo their time to Sunday school work, thereby recognizing the power that their own early training In tbe Sunday school bad beeu In their lives? Consider the great characters that bnvo played upon tbe stage of American history or the history of the world over for that matter and you will find that a great part, If not. tbe greatest part of tbe credit for th splendid haractera possessed by these noble men and women Is to be given, to religion and the church. V February 8, 1912 THE CITIZEN. Ptf TkrML SUMMER there li yet Handing la a perfect itate o! preservation a modest frame cottage which served as the summer home of the martyr president during his administration. Many readers, no doubt, are unaware that IJacoln had any other home than the White House at Washington during the long period of strain and strife, and yet as a matter of fact hud It not been for tho rest and relaxation afforded by bis sojourns at this modest suburban retreat It Is doubtful If Lincoln could have met tbo exactions e without of that trying I paying the penalty of nervous col lapse long before the close of the war. Tho Lincoln summer cottage has a certain added Hignllleance when considered In connection with the project which has several times been broached In recent years to provide tbo President of the United States with a permnnent summer homo. It may be remembered that only last wtn-tn- r there was talk of attempting to have congress appropriate money for the purchase or erection of a special vacation retreat for tbe chief magistrate, and then when this scheme fell through various summer resort cumraunltles all over the country came forward with offers to donate summer presidential homes, free of exponse to the nation. If only they bo given assurance that such gift would rccelvo ofllclnl sanction and designation ns tho "summer ROIIABLY not one In ten thousand of tbo present-daadmirers of Abraham Lincoln are aware that y Berea Printing School Department of Berea CoHcf e ORIGIN Witty OF "CATCH MY PAL" (The Citizen is a specimen of our work.) PRINTS HAND-DILLLETTKO. Irish Orator, Rev. Robert J. Patterson, Persuaded Twelve Hard HEADS, CAItD3, IlEPORTS, SERDrinkers to Sign Pledge. MONS AND BOOKS IN THH UEST "Catch Is tho unique name MANNER, AND LOWEST AT of a remarkable temperanco movePRICES. ment which has been working a wonderful transformation in the North Your patronage Is asked to kelp of Ireland during the last six months. students, and to Insure It was originated by Iter. Robert J. Patterson of Armagh, who Is a your getting your monoy'a worth. ihrewd and witty Irish orator. CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND One day last July this clergyman persuaded twelve hard drinkers In tbe ORDERS DY MAIL. YOU WILL GET city of Armagh to sign tbe pledge. SATISFACTION. TERM CASH. Before parting with them, he said: "Now perhaps each of you could bring a pal to my house tomorrow and Induce htm to sign." School "I think I can catch my pat," said one of the men. and that was tbe BEREA, KY.. origin of the "Catch My Pal" movement now sweeping over tho North my-Pal- " Berea Printing of Ireland. life half-decad- Scarcely a town or village In Ulster an enthusiastic band of members each of wbooi wears an enamelled brass button bearing the words, "Catch My Pal Union." The public bouses In many o' tho provincial manufacturing towns havo lost fully 60 per cent, of their trade. Of the 3,000 Inhabitants of Cookstown. County Tyrone, over s?ven hundred men Joined tbe union In November and December, and the percentage la equally great In other towns. Missionaries have be 3D sent already to the West of Scotland, and tbe movement has already taken strong root even In Glasgow. In the latter city the originator Inaugurated the movement himself at a irreat Sunday At the close of afternoon meeting. his address two hundred men gathered round him and, with uplifted arm. recited the pledge after him. and then, with closed Bst and determined voice all declared: "We will see this thlug Is without Houses to Rent To those who have children far edu cate and wish to reside in Berea for a longer or shorter time to enjoy it educational advantages, the College has a number of houses, large an small, some of them partly furnished. to rent on reasonable terms. Adrfr THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. through." RESTRICT SALE OF ALCOHOL THE Whlto House." Yet oddly enough all the time that tbls discussion of the project for n summer White Ilouso wns In progress the nation was already In possession of a presidential vncatlon cot- - Suggestion Is Advocated That Its Safe be Restricted as That of Poisonous Strychnine. Berea Hospital Nurse Training School o Berea College HAS DEST OPERATING ROOM AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES Facts of physiology are against alcoholic liquors. A single Injection Into tbo stomach causes tbo pepsin to HrvV Bra LNK5aV$tilflTaLY?tfl . , tho very ono that was orlgiually provided for 'resident Lincoln and which has since stood ready far occupancy by any chief executive, nono of our later presidents have availed themselves of tho privilege To be sure, this mimmcr cottago Is not located In tho mountains or nt tho seashore, but on the contrary Is situated In the environs of Washington. Hut then We must remember that not nearly all of our Presidents hare subscribed to the theory of Tnft thnt It Is necessary to seek a northern cllmo for tho summer bolstlce. All the ourly presidents of the nation who were residents of Virginia thought that tho Old Dominion afforded nil the requlsltlos of a summer resort and bo recent a president ns Orover Cleveland chose to spend his summers In tho suburbs of Washington In cottages which he rented for tho purpose. Hut to get back to tho subject of tho Lincoln summer home It may bo explained thnt this historic cottage stands on what Is now thu grounds of tho National Soldiers' Homo In the District of Columbia. This, the only country homo officially provided for a president of tho United States, was not, however, specially erected for President Lincoln. On the contrary. It was built In 1S10 as tho country homo of George Washington Itlggs, ono of tho llrst citizens of Washington nnd the founder of a Iioiifo that has transacted tho banking business of practically every president of the notion. Tho vast estnto which surrounded thl s cosy country homo was tho trnct which now tho grounds of tho National Soldiers' Home, nnd the circumstances of Us acquisition for tho uso of tho nation wero vory interesting. When, upon tho conclusion of tho Mexican war. Gen. Wlnftcld Scott returned with his victorious army to tho United States he brought among other spoils of war the sum of $70,000 In gold which ho had exacted ns penalty or Indemnity from den. Santa Ann for tho action of tho Mexican troops In firing upon n flag of truce. Cenernl Scott wns soon In a quandary what tn do with thl money. Ho offered It to congress, but that body was, 'nr some reason, averse to accepting It. There were kMoi reasons for not attempting to distribute It among the otllceis nnd soldiers of tl'o army nnd General Scott did not want to Seep the money himself, although tlio War Department wiiH quite willing thnt ho siiouid do so. 1'lnally he solved tho problem by personally purchasing the Itlggs estate and establishing n National Soldiers' Home. Congress accepted the gift and this unique Institution has lilnco been runlntnlned by a smnll tax Imposed upon each soldier of tho regular army. It wns In 18GI that tho ItlgRs cottage, standing on the crowning slto of what had developed Into com-prlne- tago omar or juwarrrfHostr or thz jomsks a most beautiful park, was Invested with the dignity of a presidential summer homo. It was evident, of course, that the progress of tho war would prevent President Lincoln from nbsentlng himself from tho capital for oven a brief vacation, and yet it was equally manifest that his health would suffer unless he bad soma relief from the tropical heat that besots tbo city on the Potomac In summer. It wns General Scott, himself, who brought to the attention of the president the charms of the beautiful suburban cottage, rat on a hill overlooking tho city and surrounded by a veritable forest. President Lincoln fonhwlth fell under the spell of tho romautlc spot and removed his family from tbe White House to tho retreat. From this time until his untimely death Lincoln spent ee"b summer nt tho cottage on the heights. It wns his custom to drive Into Washington each morning from the cottage and nfter spending the day nt his office In the White House to drive back to tho cottage at night, but there wero, of courr.c, occasional days when he remained at his suburban retreat and mnny conferences wero J'eld thcro from time to time that had Important hearing upon tho fortunes of the Union. Tho cottngo came to bo known ns "tbe president's cottngo" and Is so popularly designated to this day, but In tho course of time it was, by IJnceln's own direction, officially christened Anderson cottngo. In honor of General Anderson of Fo- -t Flumtor. lly direction of the of Wur, Anderson cottage was set apart for tho rern.nnent use of tho President of the United States and In Inter years It wns occupied for brief Intervals by Presidents Grant. Hayes nnd Arthur, but nono of them were so deeply attached to tho modest and romfortablo habitation as was the Civil War President. To present-davisitors tho center of Interest nt the Lincoln cottage Is President Lincoln's bedroom, which Is on tho second floor and Is the largest room In tho house. Two largo front windows open directly over the porch and a splendid view of tho City of Washington Is afforded. The parudo grounds of tho Soldiers' Home, the flag pole and tho commandant's quarters nro directly In front of tho cottage, tho site being tho most Imprcselvo and commanding of the entire grounds. The furniture used by Lincoln during his occupancy of the. rattngo Is reverently preserved, but It has been removed from the cottage to a storeopen to the Inspection cf visitors. house and Is Immediately beneath tho bedroom lb tbe room which was used by President Uncoln as a sitting room. It Is about half tho size of the enormous bedroom, but larger than most of tho other rooms In the historic cottage. Thuro art, alt told, about newly-discovereSec-rotar- y rt twelve rooms In tho eot Several addltloni tagc. hnvo been made to tbe house stneo It was erected more than a century ago, but tho residence as It stnnds today Is Identical with its appearance when Lincoln was master there. As has been said, long sleep. Alcohol Is needed, no tho bulldlns Is a frame doubt, for somo mechanical and purposes. So Is strychnine. structure but the exterior with stucco, Let the salo of the one bo as caro-fullIs covered restricted as that of tbo other. such us was so popular with many of the early Tbo following circumstances lllus. builders, and this has trnte3 tho subject of whisky and been kept In a perfect wages. Threo young men, carpenters state of repair so that tbe by trade, hired themselves to a boss, cottage today bears no promising to stay with blm until a cvfdenco of its great age. certain piece of work was completed. hov& Tho cottage Is at present They wero to receive the same wages occupied by several of the old soldiers, who are and were to draw them as they choso. spending their declining years In this haven ol Tbe work lasted trom spring until tbe tbo veterans of the regular army. Naturally, ven- Christmas. On tbe final settlement, one of tbo young men. who frequentold soldiers hold tho cottage In tbe greatest eration beoause of Its association with Lincoln, ed the tavern and was a pretty bard nnd they tnke manifest pride in showing visitors drinker, found a balance to bis credit about and relating anecdotes of tho wartime of $2.50. Tbe second, who was a comewbat moderate drinker, bad Jll. president. Thcro aro many reminders of the Immortal Lin- Tbe third, who was a teetotaler, bad coln In this locality. Not far distant Is the site $150. Tbo first and second wore very of Fort Stevens, where Lincoln was under fire seedy clothes, and wore In debt. TQe while a spectator In tho trenches during a spirit- third had a good suit and no debts. The relations of capital aid labor in ed engagement between Federal and Confederate forces. Yet near at hand. In tho cemetery con- tbls country are confessedly strained. nected with the Soldiers' Home. Is a handsome Tbo lot of tbe working people Is bard; Uncoln memorial rostrum, which Is the scene of but wblsky comes In as a disturbing the exercises which are held at this cemetery on element to tncroase tbo hardsbtp. It each recurring Memorial Day, nnd at which the breeds poverty, discontent, anarchism. President of the United States Is often a speaker. It has several times been proposed that tho LinTALK ON ALCOHOL DANGER coln cottage be torn down In order to moke us of Its splendid site for ono or another of the buildings which have from time to time been British Physician Declares Liquor Is Drain Poison Crime Costs $30r erected to accommodato the Increasing memberOCO.OOO Yearly. ship of tho Home's family of old soldiers, but so much sentiment has always been aroused against Dr. Albert Wilson, addressing .ho such action that the scheme has always been Society tor tbo Study ot Inebriety oc abandoned and other sites selected. "Alcoholism nnd Crime," Bald every year ono million persons were arA DREAM OF RELIEF. rested. Sixty or 70 por cent ot those arrcbts wore associated with alcohol, "Isn't that MIsa Yawler singing across the while tour out of live of tho victims way?" of executlou wero brought to tbo gal"Yes, I wished she belonged to a grand opera lows by drink. company." Crlmo costs every year nbout "You surely don't think slio enn sing?" Criminal tendency was, bo "Not nt all. but grand opera companies nover maintained, accelerated by alcohol in corao to thla town." tbo parents. There was no nation which showed lio much mental deterioration as the ALL A DLUFF. llritlsh and tbcro was no nation so They bad an thoroughly alcoholized "Who Is thn Intoxicated chap, boasting that object lesson lu tho Jews a ho can whip hla weight In wildcats?" race, who always cumo out "That's Meekers." ou top, wbllo the alcoholized Chris"Husband of Mrs. Pufflngburst Mecfcers, tbo tians wcut under. i'tiero wns no suffragette?" brain poison to subtlo or I suspect he Is hanging around "The same as alcohol, which bad tho taiuu effect hero becauso ho Is afraid to go home.' is. cblurotorm. It seemed to blm they had teen on SOMEWHAT RATTLED. tbo wrong track tn dealing uiib tliebe il'bey must check UriUK questions "When you are presented to the king you wilt lng, condemn idleness as a crime, and by impmv please make u genuflection," said tho master of endeavor Id ralto tbe lng I be m. not, as at tuwcui, uj ceremonies. "Good land I " exclaimed Mrs. Porktngham of pauperizing them. the U, S. A., "Is that u uolse or a gesture?" y precipitate, and at once arrests digestion. It absorbs water trom tho liv ing tissues so rapidly as to dry and harden them; It contracts the liver; It unhealthily Increases tho pulsations of the heart; It renders the subject liable to epidemic diseases. Physiology describes alcohol as an Irritant, blistering tho living tissues; an astringent, contracting and harden, lng tho parts which It touches; a solvent, destroying tho vital tissues; a narcotic, otten producing tho last FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER OF PATIENTS. PECTS HOSPITAL TREATMENT GREATLY INCREASES PROSOF RECOVERY. Rates One Dollar a day and up. Bond for prompt payment rcqulrod. For further particulars address THE BEREA HOSPITAL BEREA, KY. ? f THIS who has all the business in hia line ka this community. J Mr. Merchant You say you've got it all. You're selling them all they'll buy, anyhow. But at the same time you would like more business. J Make this community buy more. 1 Advertise strongly, consistently, judiciously. j Suppose you can buy a lot of washtubs cheap; advertise a bigwashtub sale in this paper. Put in an inviting picture of a washtub where people can sec it the minute they lool: at your ad. Talk And strong on washtubs. youH find every woman in this vicinity who has been getting along with a rickety washtub for years and years will buy a new one from you. J That's creative business power. OURj AD. RATES ARE RIGHT CALL ON US ii Vnintkt. ad. is directed at the w, t w. n. u.t TRADE MORAL Tho quality ol !or what you have to sell is known to some people all of the time and all of the people some ot the time, but advertise regularly with us and you'll roach all of the people all cf the timt. Page Four. THE CITIZEN. LETTER FROM PROF, DODGE 1912. February 8, 191a. without closets, and four outsldo doors. Tho upper part Is all In one and thoroughly vontilntcd. Sixty feet from tho front door Is a murmuring stream which sings Its lullabies at all seasons of the year. Two hundred feet from our back door Iosscb tho. C. C. & O. R. R., "Clinch-fiel- d Routo," extending from western Virginia to Bpartansburg, 8. Carolina. Tho two passenger trains each way nil pass In tho day tlmo. Tho freight business Is heavy and especially In coal from tho north. Several tralna of about sovcnty-flv- o cars earn, pass dally. Though nearly two thousand feet nbovo tho sea level, thcro aro mountains on all sides, thoso along tho North Carolina line, ten miles eastward, being nbout two thousand foot nbovo us. .Mall comes to our door whllo post office and 11. of a mllo R. Station aro away, with beech grovo nnd romantic crossing of North Indian Crook, flvo-clght- in if f MID-WINTER V Unlcol, Tcnn., Fob. 3, To tho Editor of The Citizen: Clearance7, 8,Sale Feb. 1 , 2, 3, 5, 6, 9, 10 COYLE'S DRY GOODS STORE You pay less or gat mora In addressing thts letter as nbovo, It Is intended to Includo tho host of persons who wcokly rovel in tho contents of Tho Citizen. It may bo remarked, by way of parenthesis, that no other two persons aro moro anxious to rccelvo It regularly than aro tho writer and his alder and abettor, as ho penetrates theso sentences, whllo oho in tho adjoining room is preparing tho breakfast dishes for hm to wlpo. Wo aro qulto awaro that no report of our doings and experiences which can we, tho "Innocents nbrond," furnish will bo of such Interest to ' Citizen readers, in different parts of , . ' ... II 1(10 country nuu wuriu, as Iin ,L iuo quarrel of Wattcrson and Wilson, the puzzlo as to what T. R. really Intonds to do, or tho latest pronuncln-ment- o from Paris as to tho coming spring fashions. But It is hereby ndmltted that wo aro thinking especially of tho fow hundred of your readers who really would llko to know how wo feel about It, two months after violently wrenching ourselves away from Bcrcn, and who havo a moro or less abiding interest In our well being. Tho Editor, who prcsldas with such dignity and ability In that N. E. room, first floor of Industrial Building, has intimated that ho would publish, such a letter, If it Is not too long, Therefore Vn, If this effusion bo thou bridled! "pulls through," each and ovcry ono of thoso who by tho address at tho top, tho signature, or other circumstances aro beguiled Into reading It through, Is invited to assist in a "straw veto'' by sending to tho writer In a sealed envelope his or her candid opinion as to whether this contribution is too long. Tha opinion of tho majority will be con sidered binding. And now to thoso who care to know whnt uro our feelings, after taking, in regard to our heglra to the mountains, wo hasten to say with becoming modesty, that never beforo have wo had so high on opinion of our wisdom as Just now possesses us. Of courso there aro privations. Wo miss some Berea picked for tholr rcspcctlvo partners. They Issued tho Invitations nnd ho far so good which woro In every Joyfully accepted. Kacourag-r- d by this they wont for their escorts and out of tho thronged hall boro away only tho favored ones; tho rest could only yearn. did this Would that tho ovcrytlme. Perhaps woman suffrage will bo a good thing. Tho Pearson Hall "girls" wcro completely at tho mercy of tho Ladles Hall "gontlo-men- ," tholr nnd tho latter played part llko Veterans. Delightful games wero of "proposal" and "auction" played In a most business llko manner, Tbo apionted closing hour camo soall too soon, and tho "anti-sta- g ciety" wended their homeward way. Tho following Is tho list of thoso pres"Co-eds" ent; ooaooaoooooa6oaoooooooooaoaooooo o a o NEWS LOCAL PAGE OF BEREA, AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A S a osoooooooaoooaoo oaoaoiooaooaooooool 2 let on public highway. Krco delivery. School and churches handy. Reason for selling, falling health. For particulars call on or address Leo Hayes, Frcdrlcksburg, Ind., Quarry Hill Farm, R. F. D. IS. or Oscar L. Hayes, Berea, Ky. Will sell for $12.00 per ncro If taken at onco. THE SEASON FOTSALES Tho great salo at tho Welch Department Stores closed, Saturday, after thirteen days of price slashing. Largo crowds attended nearly ovcry day and on some days tho crush was tremendous. Great Interest was taken In the many valuablo premiums which were offered. Twelve homes wero gladdened by handsomo rockers, whllo seven lucky persons divided honors in tho pumpkin contest, each guessing the correct number of seeds 599. Tho capital prize was tho bod room set, tho lucky number being 5290, and James Dougherty of Clover Bottom carrying off tho prize. Somo of tho persons who were fortunate enough to get rockers wcro Mrs. Kittle Jackson. Julia Moore, John Ballard, William Duncan and 'Mrs. Ted Scruggs. The twenty dollars in gold for tho DR. BEST, DENTIST CITY FHONK ICS Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock INSURANCE Will sign jour bond. Phone 505 Richmond, Ky. TIME TABLE. Norta Bound Local 10:65 p. m. 7:00 a. m. 3:52 a. m. 1:04 p. m. 7:45 a. m. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local 8:15 p. m. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. in. BEREA Kaoxville I: (5 p. m. 6:b a. m. Knoxvllle BEREA UiN, Express Tralna Stop to take oa and let oft passengers from byond Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and beyoad. South Bound 1:00 a. m. Cincinnati BBRSA 11:44 a. m. North Bound 4:46 p. m. BEREA 8:37 p. m. Cincinnati Tho house in which Mr. Klhanan 'Muncy and family IJved, in the west end of town, adjoining Mr. Wright Kelly's property, caught fire early last Thursday morning and burned down. The house was tho property of Mr. C. H. Burdette. Tho loss of Mr. Burdette and Mr. Muncy was partially covered by insurance. Coal oil 10 cents per gallon at nenjamln Fish of Wlldle, Ky., spent a part of last week with, relatives in town. Mr. Chester Parks, one of Berea'a most successful merchants, has been ill for a few days, and it 13 thought, has typhoid fever. To do the greatest good to the greatest number of people is the '.Mr. slogan 'Mr. at I I I Welch's. John Jackson who has been keeping books for a lumber company in Idamay, Ky., has returned home. It's a story that never grows old "Save that difference." Tho Misses Lowen wcro visited last week by their aunt, Mrs. Todd from Brassfleld. WANTED: All your turkeys and chickens at a good price. J. 8. Qott, Depot Street. Last Wednesday evening at Boone Tavern, Dr. Downing gavo a dinner party to the members of tho College basket ball team with their lady trlendB. The after dinner speeches were pleasant features and a 'delightful occasion Is reported. Who said everybody didn't trade Mr. and Mrs. Harrison 'Mallby, tho parents of Mrs. Osborne, leave for Florida, Thursday, after a stay of four weeks In Bcrca. .Mr. S. Whlttcmoro Boggs has gono to Chattanooga, Tcnn., to attend the conferenco of tho Men and Religion Movement. Combs will Tho Rev. Madison preach at the M. E. Church, Sunday at 11 a. m. Tho public Is Invited to bo present. Miss Welsh hao been uudcr great anxiety, since last Saturday when sho received word by telegraph that her mother was net expected to live. A message, Tuesday, gave some hope for her recovery. Miss Welsh left, Wednesday noon. Everybody is happy because they have been to Welch's. .Mrs. ,LoIa Knauff and . daughter, Miss Blanche, spent Saturday and Sunday In Bcrea. Mrs. Knauff is oi one of tne prominent mcmocrs thf National Womans Relief Corps, and Is on her way South in tho in terest of the organization. The golden opportunities of the Leap Year were taken advantage of last Saturday evening when a number of young ladles escorted a respective number of tholr' gentlemen friends to a party held In Industrial Building. The report was unanimous that overyone had a perfectly delightful time. Tho sale Is over but we go on for ever at Welch's. Mr. David Martin of Scaffold Canu was In town Saturday. Welch has decided to run his sale for the balance of the year practi cally no changes will bo made in prices. Mrs. Calfeo was taken rather seriously ill tho latter part of last week. Sho was removed to the Hospital 'Monday morning. Little John, the Calfeo baby, not being very well was taken along and on Tuesday he developed a very high fever. Reports from tho Hospital, yesterday even- Ing, were that both were much im proved. Tho Rev. Madison Combs of the Scienco Hill charge, with his family U In Berea now. ills wlfo is In tho I FARMERS VULCAN and OLIVER Plows. THOMAS Harrows, Cultivators and Corn Drills. t STUDEBAKER and OLD HICKORY Wagons. A Complete Line of Grass Seeds. "Save the Difference' g, I hospital, having had an operation for appendicitis. She is improving nicely. Willie L. Weights of Roanoke, Va., best guess as to tho number of seeds will preach at tho Baptist church, in tho pumpkin woro divided beHow-linSunday morning, at 11 o'clock. tween Mrs. J. E. Benge, M. D. Cor- Floyd Estrldge, Magglo twnter. Joo Bender, Joe .mcoiiuiu NEW BOOKS IN LIBRARY and Wllllo T. Andenon. Tho College Library is receiving ThiH Is tho season of sales anu Important new books all tho tlmo. the pooplo of Berea and vicinity nro Among thoso that came this week is learning to tako advantage oi mem. a set on Race relationships In tho Haves & Gott have been making South published by the Young Men's great reductions for tha last two Christian Associations and edited by weeks Ir. Gents' furnishings.- E. F. Sec'y W. D. Weatherford of Nash-vlllCoylo has also been reducing his Tcnn. slock at good bargains, and now Mr. Thoso volumes are; ii. n. Covlo isayB on tho first pago Negro Llfo In tho South by o Tho Citizen that he is going to o. at tho uplifting entertainments, and a hundred smiles which would meet us as we should step nut in tho morning upon Bcrea's streets But there are two dovotcd frienils only a hundred feet away. Wo aro leading tho "slmplo llf." littlo tlmo la needed for superfluities and wo havo begun upon tho hundred books and other literary matters demanding attention. Tho house wo occupy Is without plastering, but Is celled and neatly papered. Thcro nro threo roctns below conveniences, Mr. 11. Marsh MIbs Cao. Mr. E. Todd Mlsa Matson. Mr. A. Kidder Miss Karnosb. on tho wy Mr. B. Nlcolln '.Miss Ward. with Wo have connected ourselves Mr. L. Frey Miss Flancry. n littlo church meeting, In tho school Mr. S. Cocks '.Miss Scoles. house, and depending uion a fow Mr. C. Marsh Miss Tcdford. to bear the burdens and keep up tho Mr. O. Spanglcr Miss Curry. Sunday School. 1 fiavo visited four Mr. M. Steger Mrs Robinson. public schools, taught by former Be- Mr. I. Houcor Miss Todd. rea students, Misses Mary and Lis-s- a Mr. D. Dunker Miss Dnvloon. Buchanan. Arthur Buchanan and Mr. N. Coc MIbs Sellers. John Wilson, Mrs. Dodgo addressing Mr. M. Thulboe Miss Ltchtwardt. two of them. Thoso wero from three- fourths to eight miles away. I closed ORDINANCE uiy address at every placo by presenting to tho school mi American flag, and having n custodian electBo it ordained by the City Council ed from among tho pupils. Wo havo of tho City of Berea, Ky., as follows: That tho corporate limits of this city ti dally program, with only nn clock to announce Its early be to reduced as follows, Beginning at ginning. Flora May 2Jth to Juno 7th, a point on tho L. & N. railroad where ou our return from tho Kentucky the corpora to lino now crosses the Encamnment. wo hope to vUlt tho said railroad north of tho Berea Defriends In Boron. Until then, with pot, thonco a westerly course to R . dally prayers, of Mrs. Dodgo nnd my. W. Todd's farm excluding It, thence self, for loved persons and luatltu-tlo- n a southornly course to where the n branch crosses the Bcrea and thcro, turnpike, thence a straight A Berean abroad, lino, a southernly course to the real levant Dodge. denco of Laura 8 pence oa tha BePR, JACOB B,BART0N ret and Asbury road, thence a straight line to the L. A N. rail Dr. Jacob D. Barton died at his road bridge where It crossea Brushy homo In Sublette, Illinois, Jan. -- 9, Fork at J. W. Fowler's farm, taeaea nged 78. Ho was tho father of four down said creek with the meanders former Berea students, Rev. William thereof to the old original 11m at L. Barton, of Oak Park, III., Mrs. or near the old Joel Todd house, Georgo ,M. Patterson, of Lancaster, thonce a straight line westward to Ky., Mr. John J. Barton, of Sublette, the Bettlo Rood House excluding K, nnd Mrs. Ira L. McLaren, of Spokane, thenco northward a straight Hoe to wlfo of the former accountant of Be- tho beginning, rea College. J. L. Gay, Major. W. C. Engle, Clerk. Dr. Barton was born In Morris Co N. J., Jan. 5, 1831, und removed to Illinois whllo a boy of twelve. Ho wib ANNOUNCEMENT the eighth son In a family of ten sons nnd ono daughter. Making tho most To the Democrats and Citizens of i,f such educational opportunities :s Madison County, Kentucky: school tieh"r ho had, he becomo a I hereby announce my candfdacy nnd a country doctor, but gave up for tho office of Judge of tho Madipractlco and established a son County guiernl Ccurt, nnd 1 will appre1856, tho drug store In Sublette In ciate and lie under many obligations formal opening being Feb. 2, 1SJ7, to you for your supiiort. If nominatflfty-flv- o years, lacking ono day, Just ed and dieted, I pledge myself to before his funeral. Tho Barton family thu enforcement of tho laws against has had an honorable share In the all offenders alike; to show no partiTo Wiljutrlotlc life of tho nation. ality for or toward any ono; to do liam Barton wo owe tho seal of tho everything I can for tho advancement United States; It was ho who gavo us of good roads without favoring any tho Amorlctu Baglo as our emblem. particular section of the County; to Dr. Barton's father, Klcazar Barton, treat everyone having buslncwi In my carried his regiment's flag In tho office courteously and kindly; to war of IS12,' his grandfather, Wil- wclcomo you 1c tho office at all liam Barton was an officer In tho times, and to see that tho tax payers Revolution: his great grandfather, g'"t fuir vnltio for every c!nt of monJaB. Barton, foil in tho French war. ey oxiwniod by the County. Hoping Ho himself was patriotic and public tj h.ixo a favcrablo consideration at generous nnd never lacking spirited, our liaiidr, am yours very truly, In courage. Ho opposed wrong and II. C. Rico. sham and oppression, was tlw friend He or tho iKor and tho suffering. was a deacon In the Congregational church, and for years was Buiicrlnten-de- 2 cans Tomatoes and 1 Corn, 25c 3 cans Corn In tho Sunday School. Ha mar25c ried In 1SC0. Helen, daughter of Rev. 3 cans Peas William Methvcn. Flvo children wero 3 cans Pje Peaches 25c born, of whom ono died In early Heavy Syrup Table Peaches, 20c childhood. The four who grew to 25c llfo havo all bvn httid'nts in 2 cans Waldorf Corn... 2 cans Waldorf Peas 25c Berea. Wat-lacoto1 nt .......25c urn-tu- ro LEAP YEAR PARTY Ono of tho motft enjoyable social functions of tho yoar was tho toap Year Party of last Saturday evening. Tho witty and wlso among thu t'ol- legu" girls choso an equal number of collego boys (and of llko distinction), uhufflcd their names In a hat and Navy Beans 5c per pofrjl Choice Dried Peaches, 12c " Waldorf Tomatoes .iie AT TATUM'S Delivers Any Time Welch's? Miss Ethel Azblll of ited relatives in Berea, Sunday. Mr. John Welch was a part of last week on London vis- Saturday and Wcathsrford. in Ohio business. for Up From Slavory by Booker KEEP SWEET The best way on earth to do so is to buy candy, pencils, tablets, composition books, neckwear, hosiery, post cards, jewelry, chinaware, and get all your needs supplied at : : : : Washington. Tho Story of tho Negro, in two volumes, by Booker T. Washington. Tho Basis of Ascendency by Edgar Cardnor 'Murphy of Montgomery, Ala. Rnco Distinctions In American Law by Gilbert Thomas Stephenson of 1'tndlcton, N. C. Tho Southern South by Prof. Hart of Harvard. beat them all. n navs to watch Tho Citizen for tho announcement of theso bargains. ARTICLE OF INCORPORATION Reduced Prices Suits & Overcoats WORTH WORTH WORTH $20.00 (or $14.50 $15.00 (or $10.50 $10.00 (or $7.50 THE RACKET STORE And don't forget the music and the place. Everybody knows where to find "THE RACKET STORE." Following on tho announcement of tho proiosed water works for Berea lust week, It will bo of Interest to iw.in thnt tho company Is now bock- Ing lncorporalon. The articles havo been drawn up In tho name of u. u. iinin.inv .Tnhn F. IX'an and R. H. Clirlwnan, tlu'bo gentlomen subscrib BAR6IN IN LAND ing 2CC shares. They wero produced nnd sworn to beforo Mr. W. II. Por A splendid burgaln In 205 acres ter, Notary Public, Tuesday, and im stock and fruit farm. This is real mediately sent to Richmond to Wi good land, and grows f no white bur-le- y filed In tho County Court. The Company will bo ready for tobacco. 100 acres In woodland. business In a few days nnd expects Tho best sand stono qu rry In southern Indiana, flno for I illdlng and to float bonds to tho amount of $35,- 000. Tho business will bo carried on ell, everlastfence posts. A good by flvo directors, two of whom may ing spring and 2 goodlclstorns. A a" bo appointed by the concern taking splendid V.rn on' house, necessary outbuildings awid good out the bonds. mmmmmmmmmmmm Ladies' Skirts WORTH WORTH WORTH $10.00 (or $7.00 $7.00 (or $4.75 $5.00 (er $3.50 goods. iz Ladies' Long Coats WORTH $15.00 (or $10.50 WORTH $12.50 (or $8.75 WORTH $10.00 (or $7.50 Tkit is only a few of tke Bargain we are offering. All Winter goods have been greatly reduced. NOW is the time to buy if you waat to SAVE MONEY "THE QUALITY STORE" OF BEREA, KENTUCKY HAYES & GOTT February 8, 191a. THE CITIZEN. dications that God loves you and is calling ou. Your very presence In this meeting Is proof that God Is working with you, leading you Into tho placo and condition whero It Is most cosy to step out on tho Lord's sldo, most easy to fulfill tho conditions of Balvatlon and ' know that you nro forgiven. Why will you not heed theso voices, these messages from God urging you to mako your calling and cloctlon sure? Do your part and trust God to do his. You consider It ycur duty to obey tho rules of school, tho laws of country, end so long as you do so you llvo In place, but when you break them you becomo afraid of every officer of the law. Tho only thing that will keep every person In this room from leaving It a truo Christian Is because you aro not right with God, you havo broken his law, you aro not on friendly terms with him, and you nro unwilling to yield, acknowledge your sin and ask His forgiveness. You aro at war with your maker, therefore you havo no peaco of and mind, neart, or conscience, never will havo till by an honest determination you' turn from every Is Bin, ovorythlng that you know displeasing to God. You may not swear, or drink, or smoke, or chow, lie, steal, cheat, or commit any other vllo abomlnablo sin, but It you refuse to accept Christ as your Savior and yield your will to God In absolute obedience to him, you aro committing a greater sin than any cf these, ou nro rejecting God's of- Page Five It Pays to Advertise A Good Thing! ' Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? You buy the same goods at Efigle's Store for less money 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. Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, Flour, Meal, Sugar, Coffee Always The Best- - BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED sovoraj meetings heretofore, notably ono two years ago In Philadelphia. ThlB la possibly ono of In Uio February Woman's Homo tho most representative gatherings Companion tlicru Is an artlclo enof Chrlstendon and can well bo styltitled "Thrco Interesting Women." ed an ecumenical conference. Tho Bach of theso women Iti tier distinct program, not yet entirely completed, Held Is accomplishing something big covers nearly nil branches of religiend tlua. One, Helen M. Oould, haa ous endeavor and many of tho world's enormous wealth and her cheerful most noted social, religious, political ihantiiroplcQ have no strings tied and governmental experts are assignto them, nucthor, Kathleen Norrlo, ed topics, who havo promised to bo In the author of ".Mother," onu of present. th year's great fiction surccs';0. Dr. 1). H. lloberts, pastor of tho 'I ho third, Mlnnlo Maddcrn Flake, Is Union Church, Is a member of Uio both an actress and a manager of council and will no doubt bo a delo-gagreat courago and ability. Of Helen to tho conference In 1913, which (lould tho author snys In part: will bo a clrarlng houso of Christian "MlB8 Gould brings gifts, slio doesprogress. n't scud them. Bho loves humanltn not In tho abstract and at a distTHE GREAT COMMISSION ance, but closo at hand. When tho Continued (rani l'lnt Ftgc Ilromcn of New York voted her their tho work of somo person or persons. characteristic ircscut, a flrn-lln- o ludgc, It was not so much because Paul asks four questions in Romans quesof generous financial aid as In re- 10: 14 which ought to settle Uio cognition of tho fact that, at tho tlmo tion of tun meaning of tho first of tho terrlblo Wludsor Hotel fire, clauso in our text forever. In speakchn first of all tho neighboring resi- ing of tho universality of redempdents, threw open lior doors and con- tion, that It Is for all who will take. verted her beautiful Fifth Avcnuo It, ho says, "There Is no dlffcrenco mansion Into an emergency hospital. between tho Jow and tho Greek for When tho veterans of tho Spanish tho 8amo Lord over all is rich unto War gav! tho marching salute as they til that call upon him for whosoever saw her faco at her window. It was shall call upon tho namo of tho How bo saved. shall not by way of acknowledgement of Lord a check for 1100,000 to tho War D- then shall they call upon him In etriment, or of another (25,000 to v.hom they have not believed? And the Women's Keller Association, or how Blmll thoy hear without n even of many smaller gifts to nave preacher? And how shall they preach tho families of ttoldlcrs from want, except they bo sent?" Theso words but In recognition of personal visits from tho Inspired Apostle make tho command to GO in our text binding to Camp Wlkoff and tlw of fruits and medical supplies that upon ovcry Christian upon earth followed them. Admiral Dcwcy has "Go yo into all tho Inhabited earth said, 'If tho men on the American and preach tho Gospel," Preach Tho Gospel. battleships had their wny, there would What la tho Gospel? It Is tho good bo a statue of Helen Gould on every fighting craft that files tho Stars news to all thoco who are locked In tho prison houso of sin that a way and Strlpco.' of escaio has been found nnd a par".Miss Gould Is a small, swoct-face- d young woman, addict- don provided. J onus explained his gowns ed to ulct, tallor-mad- u cf mission on earth to Nlcodcmus from THREE REMARKABLE WOMEN friends urge him to look and llvo, but l:o refuses saying, "1 am net elected, predestinated, not foreordained to Lo saved." Ho refuses to look and Whcso fault In consequence dies. was It? 'Why," )ou say, "his own." Yes, of course, and it will bo your own fault If you refuse to look to Jesus Christ, who was nailed to tho cross for you, and live, if you aro lost, you, and ycu alone, will bo .to blamo. God has dono all that an omnipotent creator can do, "For God so loved tho world (and ycu aro part of It) that ho gavo his only begotten son that hosocver (and thai fers of mercy, cutUng yourself off means you) will believe In him need from hope and heaven, trampling on not Mirluh but havo everlasting life." the blood of Jesus Christ, God's son, Supposo you and I and others wcro and hurling tho greatest Insult Into locked In prison tonight, wo wero tho teeth of God Uiat Is possible 'or sentenced for life, but tho governor man. The surest way to starve Is cf tho state should como to our pri- to stop eating. The surest way to son, tomorrow morning and offer each bo lost and damned forever is to one of us a pardon. Would you ex- neglect this great salvation, God's pect to be set free If you refused that glorious offer to pardon past sins and pardon? God offers to pardon every- to help you to overcome in the fuone who will forsake Sin and ask ture this offer of a clean heart and for mercy. Rut If you refuse that u right spirit. Jt is tho constant remercy and reject that pardon what fusal to quit sin and to yield to God chanco havo you to bo saved? You and to accept Christ Uiat I am urgcan do absolutely nothing In this Ufo ing you to repent of and turn away without tho action of your will. You from tonight. cannot lift your band, open a book, Rev. It. A. Hltt once asked a young riso to your foet, come forward, or man who seemed very anxious to be a leavo this reeni without willing to Christian, and who had been seeking do so. That will of yours la tho only for over two years and still called thing in the universe that God himself a sinner. "Do you sUll innever touches, it Is the one thing dulge In sin that you think you that makes you higher than Uio would not If you were converted?" beast. God mado us free moral agents, Ho answered, "Yes. 1 expect to quit he has delegated to us tho right to sinning when I am converted." Mr. accept or rcfuso even tho pardon Hltt said, ' This Is tho very reason cf God himself. Ho forces no one that you aro not converted. You to do wrong, ho coerces no ono to must dctcrmlno to forsake your sins do right. Ho urges us to do right. once for all, you must stop practi he tells us of his love, ho promises cing sin and then ask God to forslvo us untold blessings hero and hero-aftthose already committed. Do not It we do choose tho right and upon feeling, quit sin and ask ho warns us of tho awful couse"-uuen- God to forglvo you." Tho young man of sin If wo do wrong, but did as he was directed and within he leaves tho choice to us. Ucforo twenty-fou- r hours was rejoicing In there can bo any new birth. Justifi- J Christ. Don't come up hero and tako the housetop under the twinkling cation, or regeneration, before God .my hand, unless you have mado up black or grny. Sho has an cosy, manner nnd a girlish laugh, stars when ho said, "As Moses lift- can do anything for us, thero must your mind to quit every known sin If fond of and Is ed up tho serpent In tho wilderness be a yloldlng of our wills to his will, 'including Uiat greatest of all sins 1m lifta filial surrender of our all to God. unbelief. Dut the moment you havo afraid of thunder. Sho Is rather pleas- even so must tho son of man ed up that whosoever bcllcvcth in God Is pleading with you hero to- made up your mind to quit all antly There Is nothing sin nuw or startling In her earnest him should not perish but havo evernight, ho lo urging you to forsake and obey God come and God will tho story sin phrase, 'I want to bo of use In Uio lasting life." You remember and bejleto on Jesus. You can meet you In tho aisle. camp, d pcoplo world;' but sho has at least lived cf tho do this if you will. It Is up to you. Whosoever belleyeth and Is bapand worked In accordance with that dying by hundreds on every hand, You have no right to think you tized. slmplo ambltlcn, and has learned for and God tells .Moses to innke a ser- are not uincng the elect for In 2 Whosoever means you. If I should herself thnt 'The moro one tries to pent of brass and put It cn a pole, Petor 1:10 wo aro told to give dili- pile two thousand five dollar gold help others, tho moro ono loves to atid to tell tho pooplo who will look gence to mako our calling and elec- ploces on this platform, which 1 at "that brass snako In faith thnt tion sure. You havo something to do am not going to do, preachers riro do It.' " they shall bo saved. .Moses did lis and you will never know that you In no position to do such things, you God commanded and those who look6REAT RELI6I0USC0NFERENGE are among tho elect until you do know but If I should, or If I could, ed at that metal Bcrpent shining your part by yielding your all to nnd should say to this audience whoWhat Is known as tho World's thero In tho sunlight wcro Instantly soever will may come and tako ono God, and you aro Just as able to Is cured. Christian Citizenship Conference supposo thero was a Now God as you aro to obey the rules of theso gold pieces what a rush to bo held In Portland, Oregon, Jan. man In that camp bitten by a snako. of this school and tho laws of this there would be. You would know 29th to July Cth, 1913. This conferHis ankle begins to swell, his head state as much in a moment that that whosoevsr and nation. It is ence Is tboiutcomo of tho Nationaches, his heart beats faster, nnd your duty to yield yourJust In lov- meant you. Dut God Bays, "Whoso-ee- r will al Heforni Association of which Dr. ho Is consumed by awful thirst while bellcveth and Is baptized shall Henry Collin Mlnton Is President. tho pain Is almost unbearable His ing obedience to God as It Is to your parents, or the laws of be saved" nnd you think It means tho land, and If you refuso to do the other fellow. A young woman In a hospital who It and inako tho excuse that you are not electod you are a rebel n- - heard tho Gospel Invitation In thoso fgalust tho authority of Almighty God beautiful words of Isaiah "Whosoever who commands all men everywhere to will let him take of the water of Ufo CHESTNUT STREET, BEREA, KENTUCKY repent. You will all agrco to tho freely" took God at his word and fact that wo arc God's creatures, found tho sweet peace. She was to living In his world, eating tho food flllod with Joy that tho chaplain askho provides, dressing In the clothes ed her tho reason for her great happithat ho gives us power to produce, ness. She answered, "I Just climbed PKRFUMKRY, SOAP, SYRINOES, BRUSHES, COMBS, breathing his air, using his gold and up that lr.dder of whosoever and WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY silver. Wo brought nothing Into the God kept his word." That is It, my world and wo can tako nothing out friend. You are ono of tho whoso-ooWe Handle The Purest and Best Goods but character. All material tilings of our text. Do you believe on belong to him. It this Is true, do Jesus Christ? Will you believe towo not owo him loving obedience, night? Do you really believe that ho and servlco? Every lnfluonco that Is tho Son of God, that he lived draws us toward God, tho songs, tho land died and rose again, that ho PHONE 64. prayers, tho testimony, tho lersonal Into heaven and Is now seat-'c- d Invitation and the sermon are all In at tho right hand of God, the to car-loaer nd dnrk-hnlr-ccnako-lnfosteey It has had Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? ' phoM6o R. J. ENGLE. Berea, Ky. Fathor Almighty, where ho ever Hveth to mako Intercession for us? Do you Lcllovo on Jesus as you do on Washington, Napoleon, Julius Caesar and Aloxander tho Great? If you do and will honestly ask God to forgive your sins for his sake ho will do It and then you will havo proved what you now believe, you will then know that he Is not only a historical character, but tho very Son of God, for your burden of sin will bo lifted and you will bo at peace. O, why not put God to tho test tonight? Why not ask him to forgive you for Jesus' sako? Hero is a story which should interest you. When Lincoln was President during the war, he Issued an order prohibiting any man from getting leavo of absenco no matter the cause. A man who was In the army In Virgin-l- a got word that his wife was dylng7 Ills captain could not let him go, but ho sent him to Washington to sco Lincoln. The soldier went Into Tho White House and thero pacing bock and forth before Lincoln's office was a sentinel who would permit no ono to enter. The man went away weeping. Ho sat down outside in the sun and cried. Ted Lincoln, then a boy, saw him. Ills heart was touched and he asked the man what the matter was. After hearing tho sad story ho said, "I'll get you In to ueo the President tor ho Is my "Yes, it was," said ho, "my substitute dlod In my stead." Thoy refused to recognlzo tho doctrine of substitution and tho case was carried to Napoleon, but ho said "Tho man Is right. He Is dead and burled In the eyes cf tho law. You havo no claim upon him." In Just this way, my dear friends, Jesus Christ died for you and if you will accept him as your substitute you aro a free man, free from the penalty of sin, and Justice has no moro claim upon you; in tho eyes ot God you are innocent and clean because Jesus, your substitute, has died In your stead. Oh, wont you bellcvo In such a Savior as that? Faith, Just exorcise faith, bellevo God means what ho says. (Continued next wock.) OBITUARY One of the choicest spirits I have ever known exchanged tho cross for the crown, Jan. 28, 191JL Benjamin C. Woavor was born' Juno 22, 1838, In Laurel County, Kentucky, and moved to Clay County about thirty-fiv- e years ago. Ho received his early education In the common schools and was captain of a wagon train in tho Civil War, after which ho entered Laurel Seminary, and finished his course of study. Ho spent the years ot his early manhood in teaching in the district schools, later following farming as an occupation. Ho was never married, and spent his Ufo alone. Ho united with tho Missionary Bap- PETTUS C& PARKS 3)ni08, flDebfdnes, Chemicals rs Chester Parks 1118 The Feed Man father," and taking the man with him he went to Mr. Lincoln's office. The sentinel was still pacing his beat and would not let them pass, but after while the door opened and Ted called to his father asking him if ho and his friend could enter. Forgetting that ho was President of tho greatest land In tho, world, thinking only of tho love that ho bore for his son, Lincoln told them to come. Ted told his father tho story and that man whom all the world honors dipped his pen and wrote the order which let that soldier go home to hold tho hand of his dying wife. That man got what ho needed, what ho wanted so much, through the Influence of tho son of Abraham Lincoln. And you can get what you need through the Son ot Almighty God, for thru tho sacrificial blood ot Jesus Christ you can inherit eternal Ufo It you will but come to Him, for tho Son of God Is como to seek and to save that which Is lost. During Napoleon's wars a man was drafted. Ho did not want to go to war so a friend wont In his place, using his name. This friend was killed In battle. Sometime after this man was again drarted, but he said to the officers: "You cannot take uio, I am dead." They laughed, but ho persisted. He said "1 was klll?d In such and such a battle and jou burled me on the field." They look-o- d up tho records und found that he was right. They said, " Look here, you did not die. It must havo your been substitute." prl-va- to tist churchabout 1903, and has since been an nctlvo momber. Ho was a true man and a true Christian. His life was devoted to the culture of goodnoss. Ills lnfluonco will live In tho hearts of thoso whom be influenced toward righteousness. To us ho died all too soon, but his work was done. Ours lo tho loss, his tho eternal gain. But the puro llfo that bo lived, tho kind words ho spoke, shall live on. Tho closing months of his Ufo bear testimony to his Christian faith. Tho long months of sevcro suffering wero borno bravely. His' two brothers, Goorgo and Will of Laurel Co. nursed him. Ho met the end as wo may all wish to meet It. His last words to his brothers were that he was ready to meet his God In peace. Ho dlod peacefully at 1:30 o'clock, Sunday, Jan. 28, 1912. He leaves to miss him a largo clrclo ot warm friends, thrco brothers and four sisters and numerous other relatives. A. L. H. FOR SALE On Center Street a good lot known as the John Bales place. Houso and barn on lot Good reason for oiling, owe money. D. N. Welch. FOR SALE OR EX0HAN6E For salo or exchange for other stock, one 3 year old Jack, well broken, one Registered Percheron stallion, 6 years old. All ready for service. A few fresh Jersoy cows. J. W. Herndon, It. D. No. 1, Berea, Ky. BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE LOOK AT THIS! uiul Fruit Far in. This land is A Splendid HhkuIii in ii real good lltneHionu blue jrrims mountain land, well wittered. About 00 100,000 ft. of saw timber: n uront ileal of t!o timaero In blue unixs; about ber and a xruiit number of locust posts. Finest Mono for niaklnu; llino any where. Sheep live on hliui grass nil winter. This Is ono of tho best of sheep ranches, also a splendid fruit farm. It has jrrowlnjr on It now about 2,000 budded benrhiK pencil trees; 160 finely assorted budded apple trues, besides nil kinds of small fruit, grapes, cherries, plums, etc. Tills tract lias on It two good farm resiliences. One with splendid collar ami all necessary outbuildings, and ono splendid stook barn, water in yard!! miles of church, tenoinoiit houses, nnd Is in good neighborhood, within soliool and post otllce, 6 miles from Kail Road. same as a whole or In two tracts county road dividing It I will sell as a whole for l'il.00 por aero on good terms. Town lots and Improved property in Korea. Ky. Hluegrass farms In Madison and Garrard Cos., 6,000 acres In I block. Timber and coal lands In Southeastern Kentucky all for sale at prices and terms to suit purchaser. 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" Mhlto blood In him Spanish blood. They cairled Mm In, for ho couldn't walk. Ho was In horrible condition. He had been tortured I won't go into the details of that and lloggod nearly to death. Ho said that Cayley had done It. He had remonstrated with Cayley, ho eald. bocauso ho feared for his tlaugliler's safely bIio was a pretty girl, whiter than her falhor and It seems Hint tho man's fear3 had somn Justification, it appears that Car Icy hud como out Uiere, blind drmk, vim n couplo of troupe, who diHortod that saiuo night, nnd tho old man. Tho girl Joined In her father's accusation, ut least sho didn't deny anything. I "Cayley was away on scout duty at The tlmo when tho man came In tho Chine had happened toinu days prior, Just before ha started out It camo tike a thunderbolt out ot u clear sky, or everybody liked Cayley and thought hlui an exceptionally doceut clen,n sort of chap, though ho and .Huntur both were drinking a good deal just then. Poor Hunter was alt broken up nlout it. Everybody believed that he t cully knew Home In- man-Kindle- d Jeanne. "Thero was a man named Philip Cayley," he said, "In Hunter's class at the Point, three classes ahead ot rue, that was. He and Hunter wero chtuus, tho 'David and Jonathan,' you know, of tbelr class. I remember wha a stroke of luck for them everybody thought It was when they were as signed to service In tho same regiment. It seeing to me, as I think back to our days at tho Point of course, my memory may bo playing mo n trick but It seems to mo that even then Cayley was Interest! In the navigation of tho air. Sorbody kopt ot all that the newspaa scrap-boopers and magazines refOrted on tho subject, any way; I reomber seeing think It it "I I lost sightwas Catfoy. ot and Hunter when they went to '.ho Philippines. It only Justice to Hunter to say that Is I never heard a ord of the thing that happened out thoro from him. Ho never seemed (o want to talk to me about It, and, of course, I novor forced him. Well, I can mako a short story of It, any way, though It has to bo a nasty ono, "A man camo Into tho post ono day, tho head man of ono of tho neighbor-in- t villages out thore, a man with "As for Cayley himself, he made no Philip Cayley, eeetiaed of a frim ot which ho I not guilty, rralsns from tho defenso whatever. Ho denied ho did my In dlairrnre nnd It Im direction for Mi There wasn't hla friend, l.irut. I'orrr Hunter, turn to It, and that was all. SS&V. S corroborative evidence iver thn Arrtlr refloti. lie nlcka UD afiniuni UIU1, DU lilu tUUtl'luulllut uiot'urlmifty nhaned tlck ho hail eeen In the uilssed tho case as not proved. Out Miitulnn hand, Mounting nirnln, lie die-r- ho wouldn't testify himself, nor havo yacht anchored In tho bay. Do near the steamer, he meets a a slnglo witness called In his behalf, xlrl nn an Ice floe. He learns that the and ho resigned from the service then KleldlnK and that mime irlrnyacht hala Jeannenorth to seek aliens come the and there, nnd disappeared, so far as if Iter father. Captain KleMIn. an arctic I know, from the world. I heard he ntplorer. A party from the yar.hl Is making search anhore. After Cayley depart had a ranch down somewhere In Now dropped a cu Jeanne find that ti rind (tick. Captain lianck anil Mexico, near Sandoval, I think the the mirvlvInK crew of hla wrecked whaler placo was.' n are In hlJInc on the coast A Riant Ills father saw a quick tightening In named lUmcnc. hnd murdered Kleldln exami tiff two companion, after the eyes at tho plorer had revealed tho location of nn the girl's ennnnoiit ledg-- of pure (tola, llosrna then sound of the name, which evidently. look command of lh party. It develop In some "way, helped corroborate the that the ruffian had committed tho marker nltneased by Cnyley. I toe coo plans story to her, but he did not question to rnpturo the yacht and eacape with her about It Tilt; load of gold. Jeanne tells fanshaw. owner of the yacht, about thn vlatt of the Thero was a silence after that, and nhows him the atlck left toy while, the three out thero on tho Au Cayley. Kanxhnw dectarea that It la nn Kaklmo throwing Htlck, uaed to shoot rora's deck looked blankly Into each darta. Tom Knnahaw returns from tho ,arrhlnff party with a sprained, ankle. other's faces. Tho Bllence was broken at last, by none of them, but by a hall from the CHAPTER IV. Continued. shore. "Ahoy, Aurora!" cried Ihe She was addressing tho older man voice. Mr. Fanshaw answered with a wave us sho spoke, and as the mentioned the narao It was tho tlrst tlmo sho ot his arm. "That's Donovan," he had mentlonod It to any oao she said to the others; then, "Yes; what he cried. naw him shoot a startled, inquiring Is "Will you send a dinghy for me, glance at his son. Following It, she met Tom Fanshaw's eyes staring at pleaso The boat was dispatched at onco, Iter In utter amazement. "Cayley." ho said, hair undor his and whllo they waited, Mr. Fanshaw borrowed Jeanne's for a breath;; "Philip Cayley " "That was tha name," sho an- look atIntho man who had hailed them. a hurry," said the old gentle "He's swered "And yet, I'd be willing to swear," man. "Ho looks It he had news ot sort or another." They all had he said, "I've novor 4 mentioned that one It felt In the mere timber of his voices xiamo to you In my llfo." "No," she said. "Why should you? something urgent; something omln I know you didn't. I know I had never ous. It seemed an Interminable while be heard It before, when ho told mo it was his." She hesitated a moment; fore the returning boat came alongthen: "Did you cor know a man side the foot ot tho accommodation r appear ladder. When tho jmiut-i iiyiur. louii thO head Of It. his fBCO had Ha Inl thn nnrallnn rr. hr nnhonM Cl and. for a long time, gazed silently p,alnl? wr'tten oa u tho 8t0ry of out over the land. "I suppose." he , Vnat ,s lt? Jeanno asked, uot paid nt last "that a colncldenco llko any coincidence. If only It bo very bodily. "Oh. please don't try to this, cak 11 to m! Te Just M vou strange enouch. will hring a touch ot supersltous fear to anybody. I never I m , otners" u h uuiuuig concerning you, miss, had even a touch of It before. In all my life; nnd I always had a little feel- not especially, I mean; nothing to do ing ot contempt tor (ho men who with your father." Then he turned to showed It Hut now well, well, I Mr. Fanshaw, "I found Mr. Hunter, wish poor old Hunter hadn't etrayod sir." "Dead?" Tho tono In which Donoaway last night I wasn't alarmed about him before, nnd Pvo no ratlonnl van had spoken made the question ground for alarm about him now. hardly necessary. "Yes, sir. His body Is lodged deep Only" He did not go on until sho. prompted down In ono ot the Ico fissures In tho him with a question. "And ha3 tho glacier. I could see It perfectly, sky-maPhilip Cayley. anything to though I couldn't get down to It" Tom Fanshaw covered his face with do with the coincidence?" Still It was a little whllo before ho his hands tor a moment. Then ho spoke. "I suppose I'd better you looked up and asked, steadily: "He tho story a part of II, ht lenst: I slipped, I suppose?" At tho same moment his father couldn't tell It all to yon." Ho turned to Ills father. "You, I think, already asked: "Do you think wo shall be Jtnow It" Then with evident reluc nble to recover tho body?" Donovan answered this question tance, ho began telling the story to fr rtoiialy-ahaped ruf-mahorror-strickeleky-man Itr "Did You Ever Know a Man Named Philip Ciylty, Tom?" ly, thero are somo stories ot your sub sequent career which I remember al together too well." Tho girl did not need tho sudden look of Incandescent anger she saw In Philip Cayley's face to turn tho sud den tide of her sympathy toward him. It was not for this old wrong of hts that they had summoned him, as to a bar of Justice, to tho Aurora's deck, but to meet the accusation ot the mur der of Perry'' Hunter. Whether bo was gulltr of that murder, or not. this raking up of an old, unproved offense was a piece of unnecessary brutality. Sho could not understand how old Tom could have dono such a thing. Thinking It over afterward. sho was ablo to understand Ilttla better. From behind Tom's chair she could seo how heavily this blow ho dealt hnd told. Fur one Instant Philip Cay ley's sensitive face had shown a look ot unspeakable pain. Then It stiffen ed Into a mere mask Icy; disdainful. It was a moment beforo ho spoko. When he did, It was to her. "I don't know why this gentleman presumes to keep his seat" he said. "If It Is as a precaution against a blow, perhaps, he need not let his prudence Interfere with his courtesy." He has Just met with an accident." she said quickly. "Ho can't stand-- No, Tom. Sit still." and her hands upon his shoulders enforced the com kind-hearte- d field-glasse- s swer. "There wasn t much room for alighting on the deck or I could havo spared you tho trouble" Jeanno stole a glance Into Tom Fan- shaw's stern, set fnco, wondering If tho tone and tho Inflection ot that voice would Impress him as It had her. Don t you And It hard to believe that ho could havo done such a thing?" sho asked; "a man with a voice like new-come- thatr hind Tom Fanshaw's chair. Tho old gentleman was waiting at thn bead of thu ladder, blocking, with the bulk of his body, the view of the deck and thoso who were waiting there until he should have fairly come aboard. "Mr. Philip Cayloyr ho inquired stiffly. "My name Is Fanshaw, sir; and I think my son, who sits yon- I'er " ho stopped aside and Inclined s I m' 'I only wish I found It possible to bellevo ho hasn't. Not every villain In this world looks and talks llko a thug. It they did, life would bo simpler." Ho paused n moment, then added: "And wo know ho did tho other thing out there In tho Philippines." Her faco paled a little at that, stif fened, somehow, and sho did not answer. They sat silent, listening to the receding oars of the dinghy as it Suddenly tho mado for tho glri saw an expression of perplexity como Into Tom Fanshaw's face. When you talked with him. Jeanne. last night, did you tell him our nanio? Mine and father's, I mean? Did you give him any hint who wo were, or that wo were people who might know Ice-flo- "Is, or wus usco, nn acquaintance of yours." From her placo In tho back ground, Jcanno saw a look of perplex Ity nothing more than that, she folt sure como Into Philip Cayley's face. Tho old gentleman's manner was cer tainly an extraordinary ono In which to greet a total stranger, COO miles away from human habitation. Cnyley seemed to bo wondering whether It represented anything moro than tho Individual eccentricity of tbo old gen t.J !.r."il a ll'tlo In Tom's direction tleman, or not Kvldently ho recognized Tom Fan shaw nt onco, and, after an almost Itn pcrccptlblo hesitation, seemed to mako up bis mind to overlook the singulari ty of his welcome "I remember Lieu tenant Fanshaw well," ho said, smll Ing and speaking pleasantly enough, him?" - t!l yacht this morning." Then ho turned to tho girl. "I'm afraid your visitor last night was no vision, my dear, after all." Hut the girl was looking and pointing skyward. CHAPTER V. 'No, only my own; nnd who father was. Ho asked me about that." 'Ah," ho said. "Then that accounts for his coming back." Sho had hoped that la some way or other tbo trend of her answur might be In the favor, and tlrst was disappointed at seeing that tbo "Wo can try, sir, though I've not reverse was true. much hope of our succeeding." Sho had to repress a sudden Impulso Then, after a moment's hesitation, of flight when they heard the returnho turned to the son. ing dinghy scrape alongside tho ac"No, sir, bo didn't fall; at least It commodation ladder. And oven wasn't the fall that killed him. I though she resisted It sho shrank found this In a cleft In the Ice near back, nevertheless. Into a corner be by. It must have been driven clean through his throat, sir." Ho held out In a shaking hand, a long, slim Ivory dart sharp almost as steel could be, and stained brown with blood. "He was murdered, sir," Donovan concluded simply. "Give me the dart," the old gentleman demanded. As ho examined It, his flno old face hardened. "Do you see?" he asked, holding It out to bis son. "There Is no notch In tho end for a but It will He very truly In the groove of that throwing-sticthat Jcanno brought aboard tho sky-manbow-strink though the girl thought she heard an underlying note of hardness In his voice. "You wero at tho Point whllo I was thore; weren't you? Hut It's many years slnco I've seen you." At that he crossed tho deck to whero young Fanshaw was sitting, and held out his hand. Tom Fanshaw's bands remained clasped tightly on the two arms of hts chair, and the stern lines ot his faco never relaxed, though ho was looking straight Into Cayley's eyes. "I remember you at tho Point very well," ho said, "but, unfortunato- - The Dart. High, high up In the clear opaline air was a broad, golden gleam. Nearer It came, and broader It grew, nnd ns It grew, and as It caught more fully the slanting beams of tho urctlc sun, It shone with prismatic, Iridescent color among the gold, llko nn archangel's wings. The shining thing towered at last right abovo tha , but high, high up In tho sky. Then the four wntchcrs uttered. In ono breath, a horror-frozecry, for. as a falcon does, It dropped, hurtling. Hut not to tho destruction they foresaw; once moro It darted forward, cir cled half round the yacht, so close to her rail that thoy heard tho whining scream of the air ns thoso mighty wings cleft through It. And then, as on the night boforo, his plans straight, Cayley leaped backward, clear of thorn, and alighted on the (Joe beside the yacht. Old Mr. Fanshaw walked quickly around tho deckhouso and hailed tho uow arrival, "Won't you como aboard, sir?" Jennnn heard him call. "I'll send the dlughy for you." "Thank you," they heard Lira an- mast-headn "It Was a Momtnt Before He Spoke." mand. Cayley bowed over so slightly. "I uppose," ho continued, "that since last night you also hsvo beard the story which this gentleman protests bo remembers so much too well?" "Yes," she said. At that, ho turned to old Mr. Fan shaw: "Will you tell me, sir," he asked, "for what purposo I wns In vited to come aboard this yacht?" Tom spoke before his father could answer spoko with a short, ugly laugh, "You weren't Invited. You were, as the police any, 'wanted.'" Ho quiet, Toml" his father com manded. 'That's not tho way to talk lo anybody." Cayley's Hps framed a faint satir ical smile; and again ho bowed slowly. Hut ho said nothing, nnd stood, waiting for tho old gentleman to go on. This Mr. Fanshaw seemed to find it rather difficult to do. At last, ho appeared to And tho words ho wanted. "When Miss Fielding gave us an nccount, this morning, ot the strangu visitor sho had received last quickly. I am rid of It, and I am rid night, wo wero I wns, nt least In- of you bloody, sodden, stupid, blind. clined to think sho had been dreamYet, with all my horror of you. my ing It without knowing It To con- disdain ot you, I should not r.iv.ct uno vince me thnt you weru real and 'not of you to do murder, without rcinu vision, she showed mo a material sort of motive, somo paltry hope of and highly Interesting souvenir of gain, upon thn body of a stranger. It your call. It was an Ksklmo throwing-stick- , Is of that that you acctiso m " Mr. Cayley, such as tho Alaskan "A stranger!" Tom Fanshaw echoed. Why, when you confess to bo much, and Siberian Indians use to throw darts and harpoons with. It happens do you try to II u at the end? You that I've bad a good deal of exper- can't think wo don't know .hat thu ience among thoso people, nnd that I man you murdered was onco your know how deadly an Implement It Is." friend or thought bo was, God help Why try to mako 11a bellovo He mado a llttio pauso thero, and him! then looked up suddenly Into Cayloy's that Perry Hunter was a strangor to faco. "And I Imagine." ho continued you?" Tho girl's wide eyes bad novor left very slowly, "that you know that as Cayloy's faco alnce tho moment of her well as I do." Cayley mado no answer at all, but return to tbo deck with tho throwing- if Mr. Fanshaw honed to find wlthl"Ck. Through It all throuah Fan- those shrewd eyes of hts, any look shaw's hot accusation, and his own of guilt or consternation In tho pale roply through tboso last words ot 10ms, it had never changod. Thero faco that confronted him, be was dis had bocn contempt and anger In It, appointed. Suddenly, he turned to his sonr subdued by an Iron no Where Is that thing that Donovan other emotions than those two, until brought aboard with htm Just now?" tho very end. Until thu mention of that nan "Perry Hunter." be asked. Hut at thu sound of that name The dart lay on the deck beside Tom's chair. Ho picked Just then, tho girl saw hla faco go It up and held It out toward his fa- - bloodless, not all at once, slowly, rath ges- - J And then after a llttio whllo ho turo, Indicated to Cayley that ho was uttered a great sob; not of grief, but to take It In bis hand; then: "Jeanno, such a sob as both tho Fanshaws had my dear," bo asked, "will you fotch heard before, when, In battlo or skirout from tho cabin the stick which mish, a bullot smashes Its dropped1 from Mr. Cayley's belt last way through somo great, knotted ncrvn night?" center. His hnnds went out In a When she bad departed on tho er gesturo, both tho stick and rand, ho spoke to Cayley: "You will tho dart which ho hold, falling from obscrvo that the butt ot this dart Is thorn, tho stick at tho girl's tout, thu If dart nt hla own. Then leaning back not notched, as it would havo to against tho rail for support ho covor-eIt were shot from a bow." hla faco with his hands. At lust Ho did not look nt Cayley's faco ns he spoko, but ut his hands. Could It whllo they waited silently, ho drew bo possible, ho wondered, that thoso himself up straight und looked dazedhands could hold tho thing with that ly Into her face. lnlster brown stain upon It the stain Suddenly, to tho amazement ot tho of Perry Huutcr's blood without other two men, sho crossed tho dock enough, to whoro ho stood. trombllug? Thoy wore steady "I'm perfectly though, so far ns ho could een. sure, for my part, that you didn't do When Jeanno camo out with tho It; thut you uro not tho murderer of tick, he handed that to Cayley also. Mr. Huntor. Won't you shako hunds?" You will notice," ho said, "that that Ho made no move to take hers, and dart nnd tho groovo In this stick were though his eyes wero turned upon her, Mr. ho scorned to bo looking evidently mado for each other, through, Cuyley," rather than at her, so Intense wua his The pupils of Jeanne a cyos dilated preoccupation. as sho watched tho accused man fit Seeing thut this was bo, she laid thorn together, and then balanco the her hiiml upon his forearm. "You stick In his hand, as If trying to dis- didn't do It," sho repeated, "but you cover how It could bo put to bo dead know something ubnut It, dou't you? ly a use as Mr. Faushaw hud Indi You saw It dono, from n long way oft by cated. Ho Bcemed preoccupied saw thu murder, without knowing nothing more than a purely Intel- who Its victim was." lectual curiosity. fTO 1IK CONTINUED.) His coolness seemed to nnger Mr. Fanshaw, as It bad formerly angered Mestorlno Color to a Storvf. A turquolso wliich bus lost Its blun his r.on. For a moment this sudden anger ot bis rendered him almost In- color and bocomos green may bo rt articulate. Then: stored by soaking It In puro alcohol "We don't wnn't a demonstration I" for two weokB uud drying carefully In camo llko tho explosions ot a quick-lir- e rawdust for n week. If tho color gun. "And you huve uo need fur changes again repeat. 1 Ice-tlobow-ever, J blood-stainesoft-nosecon-vulsid trying experiments. You know thnt dart would fit In th groovo that wns rut for It. You know, altogether too woll, what tho stain Is that dlscolon It You know You'rn whero wo found thnt dart only surprised that It was uvor found nt nil It and tho body of tbo man It slew." "Kvcrythlng you say Is perfectly true," said Cayley, very quietly. "I am surprised that the body of tbo man was ovor recovered. I'm a llttio surprised, also, that you should think, becausa this stick fell from my boll last night and this dnrt, which you found transfixing a man's throat this morning" Tom FanshHw Interrupted him. HU nyes wero blazing with excltamcnL "It was not from us that you learned thnt that dart transfixed tho murdered man's throat!" hi) cried. "I knew It, nevertheless," said Cnyley fn that quiet voice, not looking toward tl.e sia. ho answored, bat still keeping his eyes n old Mr. Fanshaw. "And also a tittle surprised." bn went on, as If he had not been Interrupted, "that you should think, becatuo thU stick and this dart fit together, thnt I am, necessarily, a murderer." "You havo admitted It now, at nil events," Mr. Fanshaw replied. Ills voice grow quieter, too, as tho Intensity ot his purpose steadied It "I suppose that Is because, upon this you are outsldo tho pale ot law and statute beyond thn Jurisdiction of any court 1 tell you this; I think we would bo Justified In giving you a trial nnd hanging you from that yard there. We will not do It Wo will not even take you back to tho states to prison. Yoii may live outlaw hero nnd enjoy, undisturbed. your freedom, such as It Is. and your thoughts and your conscience, such as they must bo. Hut If over you try to roturn to the world of taor " Cayley Interrupted tho threat boforo It wns spoken: "I havo no wish to return to the world of men." ho said, "I wish tho world wero empty of men. as this part of It Is, or ns I thought It was. I abandoned mankind onco b fore, but yesterday when I saw men here, felt a rtlrrtng ot tho blood tho rail of whnt was In my own volns. l.nst night when I took to tho air ngaln, after thn hour I had spent on e that yonder. I thought I want ed to como back to my own kind: wanted. In spite of tho post to bo ono of them again. Perhaps It Is well that I should bo rid of that delusion so how-nicel- Febrauy S, 1913 I have said as to the Irjmedtot need for a government of much wider powers than now exist there, If It can be said to have nor government at all. Lower Colorado River, THE CITIZEN. what Page Serea. URGES NEEDS OF PUBLIC DOMAIN Immediate Legislation Is Imperative, Says the President. ASKS NEW LAWS FOR ALASKA SUBMARINE IS SENT T0B0TT0M Rules Governing or Reml-Arl- Acquisition of Arid Lands Should Do Modified Commission on Cost of Living. d Washington, Feb. I. A special mes-ag- o on the work of the Interior department and other matters was read to Congress today. To tfc Senate and House of Representatives: There Is no branch of (ha Federal Jurisdiction which calls more Imperatively for Immediate legislation than that which concerns the public and espcclallythe port of tbat domain which Is In Alaska. The progress under the reclamation act has made clear the defects of Its limitations, which should be remedied. The rules governing the acquisition of homesteads, of land that Is not arid , or are not well adapted to the perfecting of title to land made arable by government reclamation seml-arld- work. I concur with the Secretary of the Interior la bis recommendation that, after entry Is mado upon land being reclaimed, actual occupation as m homestead of the same be not required nntll two years after entry, but that cultivation of the same shall be required, and that the present provision under which th land Is to be paid for la ten annual Installments shall be so modified as to allow a patent issue for the land at the end of five years' cultivation and three years occupation, with a reservation of a government lien for the amount of the unpaid purchase money. This leniency to the reclamation homesteader will relieve hlra from occupation at a time when the condition of the land makes It most burdensome and difficult, and at the end of flvo years will furnish him with a title upon which he can borrow money and continue the Improvement of his ing. hold- I also concur In the recommendation of the Secretary of the Interior that all of our public domain should bo classified and that csch class should Ve disposed of or sdmlnlstered In tbo manner most appropriate to that particular class. Leasing of Government Lands. The chief change, however, which ought to be made, and which I have alrmdy recommended previous In mcttages and communications to congress. Is that by which government coat tnnd and phosphate and other mineral lands containing minerals, shall be lensed by the government, with restrictions as to size and time, resembling thoto which now obtain throughout the country between the owners in fee and the lessees who work the mines, nnd in leases like those which hne In Australia, been most successful New Zealand, and Nova Scotia. The showing mado by Investigations Into Iho successful working of the leasing system braves no doubt as to Its wisdom nnd practical utility. Requirements as to the working of the mine durln.t the term may be so framed as to prevent any holding of largo mining properties merely for speculation, wbllo tbo royalties may be made sufficiently low, not unduly to Increase tho cost of the coal mined, nnd at tho same time sufficient to furnish a reasonable Income for the use of the pnbllc In the community where the milling goes on. In Alaska, there Is no reason why a substantial Income should not thus be raised for such public works as may be deemed necessary or useful. Would Build Trunk Line Railroad. I am not In favor of government ownership where tho same certainty and efficiency of service can be bad by prlvnto enterprise, but I think the conditions presented In Alaska are of nuch a character as to warrant the government, for the purpose of encouraging the development of tbat vast and remarkable territory, to build and own a trunk line railroad, which it can leaso on terms which may be varied and changed to meet the growing prosperity and development of tho territory. I have already recommended to Congress the establishment of a form of commission government for Alaska. The territory Is too extended. Its Deeds ore too varied, and Its distance from Washington too remote to enable Congress to keep up with it necessities In the matter of legtslv tion of a local character, Tho governor of Alaska in hit report points out certain laws that ought to be adopted, and emphasis Imported Qoods. My attention has been called to tbo injustice which is done in this country ty the sale of article In the trade purporting to be made In Ireland, when they are not so mado, and It Is suggested that tho Justice of the enactment of a law which, so far, as the Jurisdiction of the federal government can go, would prevent a continuance of this misrepresentation to the public and fraud upon those who are en titled to use the statement In the sale of their goods. I think It to be greatly in the interest of fair dealing, which ought always to be encouraged by law, for congress to enact a law making It a misdemeanor, punishable by One or Imprisonment, to use the mails or to put Into Interstate commerce any articles of merchandise which bear upon their face a statement that they have been manufactured In some particular country when the fact Is otherwise. There Is tra'nsplL'od herewith a letter from tbo Secret:? of the Interior setting out the work done un- Is Rammed By Big Gunboat der Joint resolution approved Juno 25, 1910, authorizing the expenditure of and Sinks L ksa Rock off $1,000,000, or so much thereof as Porlsmou.n, England might be necessary, to be expended by the President for the purpose of protecting lands and property In the Imperial valley and elsowhere along MEN AND GFFIjERS ARE LOST the Colorado river In Arizona. The monoy was expended and the protective works erected, but the disturbances In Mexico so delayed the work, No Chance to Save Any of the Crew on III Fated British Craft Third and the floods In the Colorado river Boat of Its Class to Have wcro so extensive that a part of the Accident. works have been carried away, and the need for further action and exPortsmouth, England. Submarine penditure of money exists. A3, of Uio British navy, sank like a Water-Powe- r Sites. stone aftor a collision with tho gunIn previous communications to Con- boat Hazard at tho entrance to Spit-hea-d gress I have pointed out two methods nnd four ten by which the water-powesites on member of tho lieutenants, with llko crew, perished streams' may be con- rats in n trap. trolled as between the state and the The A3 Is tho third craft of the tin- national government. It has seemed fortunato Class A submarines to moct wise that the control should be con'with an centrated In one government or the without accident and go to the bottom aid of Its crew. Two others other ns the active participant In supervising Its use by private enter- have had explosions aboard which cost several Uvea and Injured scores of seaprise. The Secretary of the Interior has men. Tho unfortunate submarine was ensuggested another method by which the water-powe-r site shall be leased gaged In practicing evolutions with a directly by the government to those flotilla of sister ships and was Just who exercise n public franchise un- coming to tho surface after a dive der provisions Imposing a rental for when Iho Hazard, proceeding nt a good the water power to create a fund to rato of speed, struck her. The submarine filled and sank Imbe expended by the general governPlenty of assistance wan of the mediately. ment for the Improvement stream and the benefit of the local speedily at hand, by means of wireless community where tho power site it, calls from tho Hazard, but there was and permitting the state to regulate no chance to save any of the men on the rates at which, the converted board the A3. power Is sold. The latter method sugThe hope of saving the crew of tho gested by the Secretary Is a more submarine, comprising Lieut. Orland, direct method for Federal control, In command; Lieut Ernest Fnllcr, two and In view of tho probable union other officers and ten men, was abanl reports of and systematic organization and weld- doned when tho ing tofrtttier of the power derived those In chargo of tho Hazard were from water within a radius of 300 or made to the navy department. 400 miles, I think It better that the power of control should remain In NOT INVESTIGATED, the national government than that It should bo turned over to the states. And When Police Are Called They Are Under such a system tbo Federal govConfronted With Mysterious ernment would have such direct suQuadruple Murder. pervision of the whole matter that any honest administration could easIawrencr, Mass. A mysterious ily prevent the abuses which a monopquadruplo murder. In which two men oly of absoluto ownership In private and two women wcro killed, was repersons or companies would make vealed by tho discovery of tho bodies possible. of tho victims In a tenement house in For some years past the high and the heart cf tho city. Tho dead arc: steadily Increasing cost of living has Mrs. Annie Denis, 35 years old; Mr. been m matte- - ''f such grave public and Mrs. Jcscph Favlaa, 35 and 30 concern that ni It of great public years old, respectively, nnd nn unidenInterest that u International confer- tified man. ence bu proposvd nt this time for the A disturbance was heard in the Fapurpose of preparing plans, to be sub- vlaa apartment about 3 o'clock in tho mitted to the various governments, tor morning by tho family that lives an International Inquiry Into the high downstairs, bnt no Investigation was cost of living. Its extent, causes, ef- made. When no member of the housefects, and possible remedies. I there- hold appeared during the day, howfore recommend that, to enable the ever, tho pollco were called In. president to Invite foreign governThs body of tho unidentified man ments to such a conference, to be held was found In tho kitchen with tho at Washington or elsewhere, the throat cut end two knife wounds on provide nn appropriation, not to his body. In a corner were the bodies exceed $20,000, to defray tbo expenses of Joseph Favlns nnd his wife, both of of preparation and of participation by whom had evidently met death during the United States. a bloody battlo for their lives. Commission on Industrial Relations. Tho extraordinary growth of industry In the past two decades nnd Its CINCINNATI MARKETS revolutionary changes have raited new and vital questions as to tho relations Wht-a- t No. 2 red $1.01 G 1.03, No. between employers and wfogo earners 95c. which have become matters of press- .1 red 93c?$1.01tt. No. 4 red Corn No. 2 white C970c. No. 3 ing public concern. Industrial rela- whlto C869c. No. 4 white 6GVS6Sc, tions concern tho public for a double No. 2 yellow 68069c. No. 3 yellow Ct reason. We are directly Interested In 068c. No. 4 yellow 6568c, No. 2 mixpeaceful and sta- ed 68069c. No. 3 mixed 67 68c, No. 4 the maintenance of 0 ble Industrial conditions for tho fake mixed 6I4J66V&C, whlto car '6367c, ; of our own comfort and yellow ear 6G68c, mixed car 66ff 67c. white, 54V4 ft 54.c. Oata No. 2 but society Is equally interested, in its effectively civic capacity, in seeing standard whlto S40C4ic, No. 3 white 4 whlto 600530, No. 2 that our Institutions are effectively B3U54c. No. maintaining Justice and fair dealing mixed G3054c, No. 3 mixed 530 5314c. No. 4 mixed 49052c. between any classes of citizens whoso Hay No. 1 timothy $23.50, No. 2 economic iutercsts may seem to timothy $21.76022.50, No. 3 timothy clash. $20021. No. 1 clover mixed S22.25JP The magnlturo and complexity of 22.00, No. 2 clover mixed $20.75021, modern Industrial disputes havo put No. 1 clover $22.50023, No. 2 clover upon socio of our statutes and our $21021.50. Cattlo Actlvo and strong to a shade prcsen mechanism for adjusting such llfforcnces where, we can bo said to higher. Shippers $5.760 C.90, extra $7 havo any mechanism at all a strain 07.50; butcher steers, extra $6,250 they Wcro never Intended to bear and C.75, good to cholco $5.2006.25, comheifers, extra mon to for which they are unsulted. What Is $0.6006, fair $4.2500; good to cholco $4.6000.00, urgently needed to day Is a common to fair $3 0 4.00; cows, extra r semi-officiacon-prewell-being- Can One Know That He Is Saved and How? By Rev. Howard W. Pope, Superintendent of Men, Moody Bible Intb'tute . . . Chicago Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Of THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talents ? What are Your Alms? Berea Has the Training That Is Best For YOO. TEXT.-TIh- -m things hnv I written unto ye Hint twlleve on the name of the Bon of dot, thai ye may know that 7 1v eternal llfe.- -I 8t. John I: U Is true some Yes. If he really It Is saved. there who are think s children they are. I John J:l teaches the same doctrine of assurance: "De-hold, what manner of love the Father bath bestowed upon us, that w should be called the children of God; and such we are." It Is not Important that one should know when be became a Christian, but It is very important that be should know that be is a Christian. Those who have been converted In childhood often hnve no recollection of the time when they were converted, but it is not necessary that they should. It Is necessary, however, tbat they should know tbat they are converted. If they are to have any Joy or efficiency In Christian work; There are three unmistakable proofs of the believer's sonshlp. Re1. The witness of God's word. member that forgiveness of sin Is something which takes place In the mind of God. nnd not In the emotional nature of the believer. Our first and best evidence of any such transaction then, must be the testimony ot God Himself. If He names certain conditions upon which He will forgive sin, and I comply with these conditions. I know that my sins are forgiven because I have God's word for If I accept Jesus Christ ns my personal Savior, I know that I have become n child of God because God's word affirms it. It is not a question of how I feel, but of what God says. The feeling may be wholly lacking, and yet the transaction may be none the less real. Dr. A. J. Gordon was once dealing with a lady who claimed to have accepted Christ, but who did not feel saved. All efforts to help her were unsuccessful, until finally be asked if she owned the house In which sbs lived. She said she did. "ho you have a certnln 'at home' feeling In this house which you do not hnve In Jny other?" "Yes." "Is that why you know the house Is yours?" "Certainty not. I suppose I might feel as much at home In n house which was not mine. If I lived In It'long enough " "How then do you know that this house Is yours?" "Because I have the deed which conveys the property to me. and have read it with my one eyes." "You arc sure that this houFe Is your because the record says so?" "Yes." "And you would be Just ns sure even If you did not have that peculiar 'at home' feeling of which you speak?" "I think so. The feeling is very pleasant, but it Is no proof of ownership." "Now If you could seo a deed by which God had given to you eternal life, would you believe the record?" 'I certainly would." "Would that record be sufficient to convince you "1 without additional evidence?" think It would." Ho then nsked her to read I. John 12. this is the record that God hath given t3 us eternal life, and this lire is In His Son. He that hath thn Son hatb life; and he that hath not the Son hath not llfo." When she had read the verses he asked her If she knew that sbo was saved, and she said, "1 do." lie- cause 1 have God's Word for It," 2. The witness of the Spirit (Ro mans 8:161, "Tho Spirit Himself bearetb witness with our spirit, that we are the chtldren of God." Let It be clearly understood that the witness of God's Word Is sufficient to prove tbat one Is child of God, nnd if one does not believe this witness. be makes Qod a liar (I. John 0:10). However the believer Is entitled also to the witness ot (he Spirit, the conscious realization that he is u child of God, and he should not rest satisfied until he has it. It is a part of his Inheritance In Jeius Christ, and If he has not received It. he should rever ently but persistently Inquire the rea son why. "He that hath My com mandracnts Hiid keepeth them I will raanirt Myrelf to htra" (John 14:21). 3. The fruit of the spirit (Gal. 6:22). "The fruit or the Spirit is love, Joy, peace, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, (entrance.' This Is Ihe evidence which our nelKbbors will upprrt'iate most, and which ought to be npputeut to all It does not appear all at once, however, for fruit grows, and growth r quires lime, while i gift l blowe day" (Timothy 0:13 we learn tbat God intends that all his children shall know whose for me to say that he knows be Is a Christian, but not docs Paul agree with them. for he says, "I know whom I have believed, and am persuaded that He Is able to keep that which I have committed unto Him against that From I John 1:12). that It Is. presuinp-tiou- things la a superior manner. Are you desiring the next best thins to a College Course? Then take-twyears or three year In the QENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Msthttiy, Dean. or three years, In such practical studies as will fit you for an honor able and usetut lift. You select your studies from such as these: Physiology tho science of health; Civics tho science of government; Grammitr ; tho art of correct speech and Ethics tho science of right and wrong; History necessary tor politics, law and general Intelligence; Botany necessary for the doctor and interesting to every lady; l'hysios the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start in the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Mathenyv Dean, Best training in. Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. Tber Academy has lis and Men's Dormitory, and a large students ot high character and ability, able instructors, and use of CoV lege Library and apparatus. letter-writingms Are you not far advanced? Then enter the FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Here jre will be placed with others like yourself, under a special teacher, and mate most rapid progress. You will Arithmetic and the comruoa branches and be ready to use tbem. You will have singing, drawing, fares-ann household management, and free One year In the School costs less than ISO and is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then join the NORMAL 8CHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here yon will be that you will fear no examination, and you will be laught how t tsach. The demand for Itcrca trained teachers far exceeds tin supply. Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. March, Dean. Mountain Agriculture, Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Etc Here you soon double your earning power, and lcarrf to enjoy dotajr text-bookFoun-datioBook-Olndln- s, Berea College The College Rselt stands apart from all the other schools under tta maJBr cement and hxs long maintained the highest standards known In theSoulav To conform to the Carnegie standards we have diminished our former requirements! Required and elective studies wrtn opportunity to concentrate Id particular tines. Largest college library m Kentucky. Laboratories quipped for student practice. Course leading to the degrees of A. B Sw ., B. L, and B. ?ed. MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano. Theory.-Band-, may be taken for special feos In connection with work In any of Ui above schools. Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berea College, with Its affiliated) Institution. It requires certain fees, but schools. Is not a It expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit ot Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for student to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation ot tbo young people. Our students come from the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any wb mxy be sick the College provides doctor and nurso without eztra chargeAll except thoto with parents In Hcrca live' in College bulldingt, an, assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to tbo value ot tholr labor. Except is winter it Is expected that all will have a chanco to earn a part of tholr expenses. Write to tho Secretary beforo coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postago, books, etc, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless ot tho weather, warm rap aro necessary. The and underclothing, timbrellan and oversl- Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no rent for the flno buildings in which sti'dents live, charging only enough room-ren- t to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing ot bedding and towels. For tablo board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, In the lalL and $1.60 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for caro of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction Is a freo gift). Tho Incidental Fee for most etudents is $5.00 a term, 16.00 in Academy and Normal, nnd 17.00 In Colle-gla- to courses. PAYMENT MUST DE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: Vocational Academy and Foundation School. and Normal. FALL TERM Collcc. COO 7.0O$ 6.00 Incidental Fco 7.0O- 7.00 E.60 Room 9.46 M5 Board, 7 weeks ,.( money-making - it 'nd Board 7 due Sept. 13. 1311 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911.. ... 320.05 9.45 $29.50 122.15 9.4S $31.90 $31.40 S23.45- 9.46-J32.S4 $4.7006, good to cholco $4 04.65, common to fair $1.7003.70; canners $1.00 Total for term If paid In advanc WINTER TERM Incidental Fee Dulls Active and strong and 10c to Uc higher. Bologna $4.2006.25, extra $0.3506.00, fat bulls $506.00. Calves Steady at yesterday's closing prices. Extra $8.70, fair to good $6.6008.00, common and large $40 7.75. 02.70. '529.00 132.40 Room....'. Ard, I COO I ( weeks 6.00 9.00 120.00 9.00 $29.00 6.00 7.20 9.00 I 7. 1X9 9JOO good to cholco $3.2003.60, common to fair $1.2003. Lambs Active and strong. Extra $6.6006.75, good to choice )6.2506.GO, common to fair $4.25 0 6, yeurllngs $4.2500.25. Hogs Active; packers and butchers steady; light shippers strong and 5c higher; pigs dull and unchanged. Selected heavy shippers $6.3006.40, good to cholco packers and butchers $6.3006.40, mixed packers $6.2006.30, stags $300, common to cholco heavy fat sows $4.2005.70, extra $0.8000.85, light shippers $0.1006.16; pigs (110 lbs and less) $4.20 05. Sheep Steady. Extra $3.6503.70, Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 122.30 9.00 $31.20 .. $20.70 , , ( 6.00 ,, 6 CO $23iB-- .0 Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM I3!.2 931.79 (28.50 5.00 4.00 6.75 $15.75 6.75 $22.50 Incidental Room Board, 6 lee I 7X .0 week 6.75 $17.75 G.75 6.7ft $11.71) Amount due March 27. 1912 Board 6 weeks, due May 1, 1912 6.7ft S25.S I26.G Total tor term If paid In advanc (23.00 $24.50 124.00 Delicate Criticism. A woman well known lu New York for her exquisite taite as well as knowledge of the decorative and architectural history of the world called on the wife of a who bad recently built and furnished a Fifth avenue mansion at great cost "This," said the hostess proudly, as be threw open a heavy door, "It ray Louis Quatorze room." The visitor gazed about her for a moment and then made knswer: "What miita you tfiiAkaeT" Coins Are Found In Building. Saved. Wllmlngtonr Del. A strange find of "Dearest," she usked, taking advan- money excited Wilmington firemen so tage of the Net that It was leap year, much that they stopped fighting a blaze. Tho trcasuro approximated sev"will you be mine!" In For a moment the young man feared eral thousand dollars. Fire startedoutthat he was up against It. Then, a stable of George Older, on tho struck by a happy thought, he replied: skirts ot this city. When about to spread to a small frame shed adjoin"You will have to ask mother." ing owned by William Agaster, they flooded the shack. A number of old Reply In Kind. stockings tied In rags, and containing you had a leap year proposal coins ot every description, fell from "If from u pretty girl, what would re the rafters. The money was claimed dor by Agaster. Plan Now, Come January 3d young mnn or young woman can get an education at Any Berea if there Is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to Blurt lu the Fall and havo u full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time In tne p'ubllc hcUooIb eo-Iover and over the same things, when they might bo Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on now atudlea with some or tit beet omn; men and women from other counties and States. Make your plans to come January 3d. Foe Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary. able-bodie- ng "I'd Juan at if Instant' D. WALTER MORTON, berea, ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. hod typhoid fever Is able to go tho houso ngain. Mr. and Mrs. J B. McQueen nro wearing a smllo that wont como off very soon over tho birth of a flno boy. Mrs. John Parker of Big Sexton Is vory poorly at presont Mr. and Mrs. Felix PenBros, Macon, Roberts, Gabbard", and Mcintosh also took part In tho meetings. A few woro converted. Rovs. Uanb Gabbard and Bill Mclittosh preached at tho College on Cow Creek Inst Thursday. Tho text was "Como." Jas. R. Gabbard was at Cow Creek last week from Monday until Friday. l'KinvOHTII Pcbworth, Jan. 23. Alfred Judd was tho guest of MIps Martha Hughes Saturday night and Sunday. Protracted mooting will begin Feb. 6th at Cross Roads, conducted by Rov. O. Combs. Mlsa Addlo Combs left for Itlchmond to attend school. iFellx Colo has moved from ldamny to his old homo, nt Proctor. Married, Jan. 18, at tho homo of the bride, Mr. Sum Judd and Miss Tnlltlia Mays. Their many friends wish them much happlnoBs. Married, Jan. 2oth, Mr. Clay Tlcry to Miss Magglo Isaacs. Their friends wish them a very happy future. Misses Ida and Kva Mays visited .Ml sees Mary and Ida Sams, Sunday. Tillss Mlutlo Farley of Beattyvlllo Is visiting her sister, Mre. Dora Combs. Mrs. Sarah Sams and daughter, Mary, visited Sirs. Mc- - I Culro last Wednesday. Mrs. Fanny Sams visited hor mother, Mrs. Tilnian Shanks, Inst Sunday. Old Aunt Su- san Rogers Is not expected to live. Misses Mlnnlo and Vcrdlo Shanks Steward of Pennsylvania, Gencrnl of Pino Grovo visited their sister, ' manager of tho Coal Works Is exMrs. Fanny Sams last Saturday. Noah pected hero In a fow days. Mrs. Martha Frlley of Hcldlcburg is Wordlaw wont to Richmond, last ' visiting her sister, Mrs. Suslo Price. Sunday. TUAVKI.Kllft ltKNT. OllLANIIO Travelers Rest, Jan. 29. RobU Bot-nOrlando, Fob. 3. Wo aro having who has been sick so long Is no very sovcro weather lately. Mrs. bettor at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Llllle Singleton and Miss Laura RidClay Smith, Mr. and "Mrs. Jas. Mcdle of Snider visited Miss Martlsha Queen and W. P. Mlutcr wcro the Singleton, Saturday nnd Sunday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Caudill, Ben Ballard Of Goochland was called Sunday. Mrs. Patsy and Dottlo hero, Wednesday, on account of tho Cecil wcro tho guests of Mr. and Illness of hlo llttlo son, Roscoe, who Mrs. M. V. Barker, Wednesday. Mr. has diphtheria, Tho prlco of proviDavit! Flnncry sold a flno horse to sions and feed havo been raised conS. P. Caudill for J193 last week. siderably, meal being $1 per bushel, will Tho Graded School nt Vincent flcur "5 to 80 cents iter sack and cof-fe- o close this week. B. B. Botner has 23 cents lb. II. L. Smith wont been ill for a 'few days, but Is now to Richmond, Sunday, on business. able, to resume, his position In tho Stanley Payno of Climax Is at Brush Dtore again, D. 11. Wilson mado a Creek Station as an L. & N. agent. business trip to Buzzard Rcost this M. T. Singleton is doing a hustling week, visiting Richard Smith and spoke business at this placo for others while there. Hiram Botner tho Royal Wheel Company at Auorn, has accepted a position with some lnd. Opplo Owens and sister, Lula, Roller mill and will go on tho road visited friends at Climax, from Sunday until Monday , William nnd Al- bcrt Ballcngcr of Johnctta wcro shop- February fl, 191 a. nington spent Thursday night with .Mrs. M. L. Ferguson. Mrs. F. J. Clark had a quilting, Wednesday. Mrs. Will Smith spent n few days with her sister, Mrs. Green Ferguson, who has been very sick but la ImWright Robinson, proving slowly. who spent thrco years In tho U. 8. army, Is visiting relatives 'of this placo but says ho will lcavo for Hamilton, 0., in tho spring. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pun Economizes Butter. Flour. Eggs; makes the food more MADISON COUNTY KIMOSTON Kingston", Feb. C Mrs. Alex Az-bi- ll FERTILE Write Now to the Northern Pacific Ry For Rates of Fare, Foil Information and Frea Illuxtratcd Literature abonl the seven great Prosperity States of America Mlaaeaota, Vfiicomlo, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Walk-lalto- a and Oreoa. C Lacatt alea "Tht Scenic Hilkwar Ik Standard Railway of tha Hortaweet. Get year fricada lo Co and form a colony. C Aak nboat Low Oae way Sprint Colonial I area, elfeclive daily Mart! Beneeeekera lal to April 131k and Raand-lrlFarea, effective on firat and tkird Tncadaya of eack aionlk. C Write now lo U. J, C. EATON, , COSTELLO, District Pastinttr Attnl, Cincinnati or 40 K, 4tk Trailing Immigration Attnl, 40 E.4H An., Cincinnati A., has returned from London where sho has - been visiting relatives for tho last two weeks. Miss Eva Lowls was shopping In Borca, Saturday. Kltt Parks Is spending this wosk with his brother, Chester Parks of Bcrca, who has typhoid fovcr.Wr. Green Powoll is clerking for his brother, L. C. Powell of Big Hill whllo ho Is gone to Cincinnati on business. Jeff Settle Is spending this week with bis sister, Mrs. Ben Boen. John Webb purchased a now buggy last Saturdr.y for $151). Llttlo Char lie Moody is vory sick. Mr. Georgo Young bought twenty nlco head of cuttlo for C 2 cents per pound. Chas. Powell is spending this week In Bcrca taking trcatmont from Dr. Cowloy. Leo Peters' brother) from Owsley County has bought the Le-gproperty hero. iiuK.vrtis er appetizing and wholesome The oaly Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar LAUREL COUNTY VIVA cr ' Dreyfus, Feb. 1. Tho Rev. G. Combs of Clay City closed a revival meeting at tho Christian church, Sunday, with thrco converts as a result. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lunsford aro rejoicing over tho arrival of IN OUR OWN STATE night, Jan. twin boys, Wednesday (Continued from fittMft) 2Uh. Their names aro Ray and Roy organization aro to bo In London. Miss Dcra Bcngo Is 111 at present. What becomes of tho Republican Willie Robinson and Thoa. Bun-dre- n Bo eoiteipondciice psMlihei unlet! ilzted la full ty tit iirlttt. Tit iimt platform endorsement of Pres. Taft mado a business trip to Rich(rldencf of food faith. Write plainly. It not for publication, bat tor ronomlnntlon In 1912, which must Mrs. James Holmond, Monday. havo had Mr. Edwards' sanction T land is on tho sick list tills weoK. KENTUCKY LOSES A GOOD Mrs. Bert Gllmoro of Kingston havo returned to keep houso for Ira JACKSON COUNTY CITIZEN visiting her mother who Is very Mr. C. E. Woods, former Mayor Wo havo received news items from Honsley. Chas Eleton was recently lt 'Mrs. Jack Jones Is teaching of Richmond and for a number of Eglon, JackLon, Co., for this week's married to Miss Cora Scott. Dr. U. sick. O. Maggard left this morning for a subscription school and Is having years known as nn ardent advocato lfcsuo of Tbo Citizen, but as often occurs, theso notes are not signed by Hyden, whoro he will be pleased to cf temperance, having taken an act-Iv- o meet thosa needing dental service. part In all recent local option the sender. Again wo must call tbo attention Dr. Wm. Hcrnsby was recently marping here, Friday. campaigns In tho stato, announces cf our readers and all tboso who wish ried to Miss Mablo Hill, a trained that his futuro homo Is to bo In d, HOC K FORI) to havo ItcmB published, to our nurso of Gray Hawk. They havo lo. Fla. Mr. Woods Is also ediChilD. Rev. O. E. Rockford, Feb. rule at tbo bead of this column. Wo catcd with his parents, Dr. H. H. dress of Johnotta, filled his regular tor of Delta, and this publication publish np news that comes to is Hornsby of this place Their many Baptist j will bo Issued from DoLond wberu appointment at 'Macedonia without the signature of the writer friends send them greetings, and Mr. Woods becomes editor and mau-ngSaturday and Sunday. Church, the fellow who sits around x wish them a prosperous and happy or tbo sender. of a weekly paiwr. Bernlcu E. Todd and Ethel McGuIro career. I son Scctt has recently movEditor Woods moving to Florida day-W- ho HCBLKY Sunday livelong And knocks all visited Miss Beulah Vlars, Hurley, Feb. 2. There is much Blc'- - ed into a tenant houso of T. C. night. Miss Ethel McGuIro and bro- Is a distinct loss to tho stato . Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith LOOKING FOR HOOK WORM tells the work he might have done, ness in this neighborhood at presther, Burgess, of Borra, aro visiting now live in tho old homestead house. Tho Stato Board of Health, using ent. The llttlo son of Wiley Hurley friends and relatives at Rockford. T, R, Robinson has returned after things had come his way. Mrs. of Morshons a fund given by Jobu D. Rockefella very low with pneumonia. Rov. A. Cornelius Martha Gabbard is slowly Improving. several weeks of successful drumfilled his regular appointment at Scaf- ler, Is endeavoring to discover to But I love the fellow who pushes ahead ming. R. Brown recently sold somo Thcro is strong talk of a rallorad fold Cane church, Saturday and Sun- what extent book worm is prevalent day. Mlsa Boulah Vlars visited Mr. iu tho state, Tho investigation has running from Livingston to McKeo. flno cattle for a good sum, which play And smiles his work been carried on for only a month Mr, and Mrs. Jako Gabbard, Jr., he invested at eight per cent interand 'Mrs. J. A. Gulnn, Sunday. est. Mra. Lucy Hubbard has been Tom Llnvllto got his finger mashed and It Is reported that moro cases who left for Wyatt, Mo., last Frican wager, when things do come round, on ths sick list, but Is improving havo been found than In any other day, write back that they arrived vii y badly a few days ago while rapidly. Henry Anderson, a proswill came his way -- and stay. Bowman , stato during four months' InvestigaIsaac hauling cros3 ties. thcro safely and are well satisfied. perous farmer, had a salo lost Saturof Climax s visiting hla grandparents, tion. Mr. and Mrs. John McCollum ond day. Ho will scon lcavo for Illinois PROOF OF THE PUDDINO Ranck. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Huff of Sand Gap Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Bowles. Sarah Deputy About a year ago In an editorial to make hie futuro home. Johnston of Borca Is visiting her visited Mrs. "Martha Gabbard, Sunand Metcalt summonaunt, Miss Eda McCollum. Mr. J. 1. in Tho Citizen It was pointed out day night. Mr. W. M. Baker and Sheriffs Hacker goes under tho namo ed all tho voters of this precinct lo Hnmlltoa has been very sick with that much that family of Foggcrtown, Clay Co., have report for giving service yesterday. cf dttvulopmciit lu tho mountains Is lugrippe. Mrs. Brock of Conway, moved to McKce. Ballo Gabbard of Will Cornett has moved into tho nged 91 years, died nnd was burled in In reality devastation. Tho daily press Parrot visited his brother, Grover tho Scaffold Cano graveyard. Sunday. of tho statu has boon full cf Items Gabbard, Thursday. Dan Gabbard and homo on tho Wobb homestead. Frank Rawllng3 now occupies the house J. W. McCollum and son, Rollie, during recent months concerning tho Charllo ltogcrs of Garrad Co. wero and splendid success. Leonard Penning- - I as solicitor. J. C. Botner and 8. P. t mado a. business trip to Bcrca, Sat- wonderful progress being mado In County last week horso trad- vacated by Mr. Cornett. Sir. in this Miss Clara Todd spent a Caudill havo Just returned from Louis- urday. Mr. J. B. Plgg and family Letcher and other mountain couning. Ben Gabbard roada a business Mrs. Ezokiel Hubbard, 'Mr. and Mrs. j' ton and I John Murray, Mr. and Mrs. W. Pace, few days last week with Dora Benge. ville where. Mr. Caudill accepted a havo recently moved to 'Mr. Clark's ties owing to tho opening up of tbo trip to Clay County last week. Tbo (Mr. and Mrs.' J lines Rico Robert Lamb of Gcrmcntown, O., . position with tho Loulsvlllo Tin and farm, near Rockford, Just vacated by great coal fields, and it Is said that Sunday School was reorganized last and Stovo Co. as traveling salesman, and tbo birth of sons, whllo Mr. Is among tho visitors thl3 week. Mr. DaGroodt and family. Mr. and towns nnd cities aro springing up Sunday end a largo number attended. announce Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Robinson spent will solicit In Owsley, Jackson, Clay, Mrs. Dink Thomns and family havo llko magic. Now a bill, has passed and Mrs. Richard James PARROT tbo birth of a daughter. Miss llar-th- a last Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Perry, Harlan, Letcher and Bell recently moved from Brush Creek to tho House of Representatives takTho people in Parrot, Jan. 26. counties. Mr. Caudill Is a gentleman Ilayro of Llttlo Goose is visiting Burns of Big Hill. tho farm purchased by Grover ing Letcher Co. off of Judge Lowls' this part of tbo stato aro having friends hi overy respect and wo wish him t 1IAKTH district and placing It with llko, and relatives here. Petr Tlioma8 of H. E. Northern. seme vcy pleasant weather after making a new Judicial District, thi Marldo possesses a freak in nature, Silver Creek, Fob. C Tho cold the patronage of every cood merGOOCHLAND witnessing somo of the coldest weachant In his territory. 35th. And whllo tho bill was under or. stock years. which Is an earless pig. Tho Rev. S. weather boa been Bcvcra ther that has been for several Goochland, Fob. 2. Rev. Jamoa discussion It was frequently said C. Perry, an evangelist, has returnhero. Bill Davis had a nlco ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Bom to tho wife of Stovo Gabbard, Lunsford filled his regular appoint- that this movement was at tho dic JOIINKTTA ed to hold a scries of meetings in calf and hog to frcezo to death. a girl. Mlsa Lucy Price, who has tho Eycamoro, Saturday and Suntation of tho Northern Coal and Coke Holiness church. Farmers and Undo Billy Powell is better at this Johnctta. Feb. 3. Mrs. Mary Shell ment at had typhoid, is much better. Abi-Ja- h day. Dr. J. M. Jones still remains Company, and other allied corpora others aro becoming alarmed at tho writing. Bill Anderson and Luther Is vory sick. Dr. Jones Is tho attend- sold a maw to Jas. Gabbard In a very critical conditions of the. Big Handy Valley. Wo prlco and scarcity of feed for man Kindred went to Richmond, Tuesday, Ing physician. Marlon of sick and Is Abncy dollars. Davidson for eighty-fiv- o Albort Powell of Annvlllc, can sco no objection to having a sevcro winter still on business. Jasper Alexander who Richmond, has lately moved to this tion. recovering and bca3t. Tho Mrs. Angollno Cunagin la was In Goochland tho now district mado out of Piko and continues, and, as tho ground bog saw moved to Indianapolis, Ind., thrco placo. Wailaco Lewis of Dlsputanta j Jackson Co., after a sevcro caso of typhoid. J. W. his shadow today, thoro will bo six months ago, returned, Friday, with was at jonneua, insi jiouuay. nut last of tho week on business Doolay's Letcher, but thcro might bo serious Thoro was a largo ico tldo in tbo Jones has moved on J. F. objection to tho Circuit Court of weeks moro of such weather. Tho his son, Willie, who died of scrofula. Chastocn of Ford, has moved to tho Rcckcastio river last week, doing Llttlo Lloyd Piko and Letcher Counties Ulng pupils cf Miss Haagen's school aro Tho remains wcro taken to Red Lick Wailaco Clark farm. Wo aro hav- farm near here. damage to ccvcral, by taking away 1'hllllps is very 111 with pneumonia. owned by n corpor planning a. Lincoln exercise for next for burial. He loaves a father and ing o -- o trooA nttcmlanoo. Wednccdnv cven- - . their ties and boats. Tho candy Friday evening. Brcea la treating tho ation, and wo havo heard It intimat six sisters to mourn his loss. Tho lugs at prayer meeting at tho John- - Dr. Davis of party given by the Misses Prlco, Satcommunity extends their doopeot ctta school houso, MUs Carrlo Robin caso. Wm. Sparks of Eglon visited ed that such Is destined to bo tho HKXTONH CltKKK urday night was well attended. Tho W. A. Phillips, Friday. Rev. John caso. sympathy to tho boreaved family. son, who has been at ldamay for two children of Abljah Gabbard aro Ponder of Garrard County was In Scxtono Creek, Feb. 1. Mrs. Nancy W. Lako was on Owsloy Fork, FriANOTHER COLD SNAP somo tlmo Is with homo folks. 'Mr. recovering from typhoid. Tho Bap- Hunter, who has boon sick for severJones is On Friday tho 2nd, tho ground hog day, oa business. Tobo Todd has al- Verna Gabncy of this placo has town, Thureday. W. H. tists will hold services at tho School al wocka, Is better. Andy Huff restill vory ill. saw his shadow and quickly hied most completed his now barn. gono to ldamay for a fow days. houso overy Sunday morning. Albert turned from Manchester, Monday. away to his holo, and well ho might, ESTILL COUNTY with Eddlo Ballingcr spent Sunday OWSLEY COUNTY Powell is clcsing cut his entire stock, Georgo Lunsford has moved into tho WAOKItHVILLK for on Saturday tho thermometer Mr. Churllo Mullln of Salts. Doctor HICKTOWN having Lold a part of It to Clark property vacated by Mrs. Molllo Fel-taro hav- began to tumble, and on Sunday mornWagcrsvlllo, Fob. Br-RIcotown, Fob. 3. Logan and Al- Jonos of Wlldlo will bo Camp Dr. V, M. Harris baa a case Cunagin. ing at 2 o'clock tho zero point was John Mctcalf has moved into fred Gabbard left last week for Frank- ut this place, and is expected hero ing zero weather at this writing. of typhoid. Elmor, tho llttlo son of Marlon Kclley's nowly erected buildNettlo Wagers went homo, Mon- reached In Lexington and lu many Abnoy went Miss Clark Cunagin, baa tweu very sick ing. Thoro was a tldo In Sextons lin, O. Luther Helton spent last In a fow days. Henry Sunday with Miss Dora Reynolds of to Clear Crock, Sunday. Mrs. Lonla day, after a woek's visit with her other places, In Kontucky, And all with pneumonia and bronchitis. Bowman, Sunday tho record was Creek, Monday, Mrs. Laura Owens, grandmother, Mrs. A. E. 8crlvn:r forenoon Miss Nora Prlco left, Monday, for visited Mrs. Lula Burch, Thursday Eversole. W, B. Combs of Frank- Balllnger visited Miss America below zero, reaching at ono tlmo 9 fort Is visiting relatives hero and lubt Wednesday night. Several of who Is very sick. Miss Ella Park degrees, tho cold weather continuing Hamilton, O. Albort Powell bought afternoon. Born to tho wifo of W. visiting relatives In Klrksvlllo at a span of mulca of Clark Cunagin for N. Burch an cloven pound boy. His at Cow Croek. C. B. Gabbard was tho New Hopo church members aro Is through Monday and Tuosday, but at Boonovlllc, Wednesday, on busi- celling tbo church houso over head, present. Julo Bryant had tho mis- somo rellof Is promised before tho three hundred dollars. I'hto Hlllard namo is Herbert. The Judd bro- ness. R. W. Mlnter and sou, Brown, and havo It about completed. Wo fortune to cut threo of his toes off visited iu this part last Sunday.. thers havo sold their saw mill, and were at Bocnovlllo, Thursday. Mlsa believe last night was tho coldest x few days ago. O. W. Arvlno and ond of tho week. Wagaro planning to go homo today. CLAY COUNTY Pearl Gabbard visited relatives at night wo have had this winter, Oar family were tho guests of Jeff To Hold EytglstMs Finn. Tlo hauling baa boon booming hero Literary Society Is progressing nice- ers and family, Sunday. Robert WaIlimNINQ Kl'KING Cow Creok, Sunday and Monday, Persons who wear noseglaasss aal Metfor tho past two weeks. J. P. Mrs. Simp who are troubled with excessive perBurning Springs, Feb. 2. It Is re- calt and others aro attending cir- John Frost of Cow Crock is a can- ly. Good attondanco overy meeting. gers vlsltod his sister, Sherd Ovcrby attended church at Wnrford, at Drip Rock, u fow days spiration should obalk the sides of the didate for sheriff; also S. A. Gabbard seventeen Owsley Co. ported that cuit court at Manchester, thla week. Is a candidate for County Clerk, Clear Creek, Saturday and Sunday. last week. 'Messrs. (D. C. and J. B. bridge of the nose before putting oa men havo been Imprisoned for wlU tbea never VINE Bros. J. W. Wilder and J. W. Pen- - Wo havo organized a Sunday School Wagers had a barn raising ono day the glasses. The Utter Our enterprising and wide last week. Da vo Wagers was the Up, even la the warmest weather. If Icington of Vino, and Rov. Helton of hero, J. W. Loo being superintendG. M. Hall, Vino, Fob. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Jlru awako Deputy Sheriff, Rice on the cbalk shows, use a plak sUea, Short are tbo happy parents of a ) Breathitt County havo been holding ent. Wo Invito every ono lu tho com- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jim assisted in making somo of tho which you can get at any art or school part. Ed Red Llck7 Saturday. Una Davison and husband fine boy. Jlrarale Morgan, who ha a ten days meeting at Grassy Branch. munity to como and take apply store. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Viva, Feb. 4. Wo aro having some moro real cold weather. Geo. Wolfo, who got so badly mashed In tho mines, Is rapidly Improvlng.-nAlti- crt Hays Is at this placo prciarlng to movo a stavo dresser hero from Turrllls Creek. James Baker Is hero grading staves for Conglcton. F. C. Jones was In Ixmdon last wcok attending to busInessrW. F. Jones was. hero last week. Ho was on his way homo from Loulsvlllo. T HATE er the of If at or 'You They co A I multl-mlllloual- - y. moon-shinin- g. ts.