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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FEDKUARY 15, 1012 Ooo Dollar a year. No. 83 The Citizen LET ROOSEVELT WAIT Kaew ledge it power aad tk way to keep np with mt&tn, knowledge la to read a newspaper. gfi Vol. XIII. Feb. 10 Big Sale CLOTHING, SHOES Feb. 10 to 17 to 17 and Furnishing Goods This will be the Greatest Value Sale of the Season In our determination to clean up It will bo early enough for Mr, Roosevelt to run again for the Presidency in 1010. If I'resitlctit Tnft in nominated and elected for a second term lie will he out of tho way. If ho nils of election ami tho sceptre passes to tho Democrats, or, if ho Is elected and does not give satisfaction, the Republicans will be in great need of such a leader as tho strenuous And, if Mr. Tnft slioultl fully come up to the expectations of his friends mid thereby prove it bitter disappointment to nil those whose only hope lies In the failure of the Republican administration, still there might bo a call for Col. Iloorfevelt's candidacy for there does not seem to be any presidential timber now in the making that is likely to bo sulliciently mature In so short a time as to compete with the Colonel If he wants the job. And it is plain that Mr. Koosevclt will be n stronger candidate four yearn hence than now. Whatever may be his thought about offering himself for that far ahead, he might be expected not to be the slowest to realize the difficulty of the present situation, and if he is correctly reported, this in the way he sees it: "If, as I deem probable, Mr. Taft is nominated, and my name continues to be mentioned, my opponents will all say that I secretly or openly strove for the nomination and was defeated. If Mr. La Toilette is nominated the same thing will he said. "If I should be nominated I may very probably be defeated, in which case I should be not only assailed, but derided. I won I should take office carrying a burden for which I If am not responsible and facing conditions such as to make It almost certain not only that I should not he able to accomplish all that I would like to accomplish, hut that I should be ery severely condemned, probably by a considerable majority of the people, for failure to accomplish what It would probably !e beyond the ower of any human being to accomplish." In the above statement Mr. Itoosevelt concedes the nomination of President Taft nod hIiomb the hurt to himself of tho continuous mention of his name tin thu President's opponent. He also expresses a doubt an to hin own election if he should be nominated, and says that that would lead to hin being assailed and derided. But even in the event of hin election ho would have nothing to look forward to except nuvere condemnation, for more would be expected of him than any human being could accomplish. And in thin not a plea that his name be eliminated from consideration? In the light of his lucid characterization of the situation the friends that are urging hin candidacy are his bitterest etiemien an surely an they are the foes of Pres't Taft'H administration and are seeking to compass the defeat of his ambition for a second term. Will they persist in their folly and thus only do hurt to their party? Mr. LaFollette in now out of the race in fact he has never really been in it, and we commend to Mr. Roosevelt's boosters Mr. Koosevelt'H wisdom and ask for a clear field for Pres't Taft. ANTHONY AMERICAN FOUR-FOO- T WIRE FENCE, 26c. STAPLES THROWN IN :: :: :: :: :: :: :: AT CHRISMAN'S MAN" "THE FURNITURE our surplus stock we have cut deeper in prices than ever before. See The Posters For Prices R. R. COYLE Berea - HEWS Onp WEEK IN OUR Kentucky McKinley Will Manage Campaign Knox on Diplomatic Mission Gov. Many Bills Introduced at Frankfort Redistricting Bill Cuts Some Fig- J! STATE Hooper calls Southern Congress Dollar-a-Da- y Pension Bill Fails The Maine to be Buried Porto Rican Trade China a Republic. McKINLEY TO MANAGE CAMPAIGN Representative McKinley of Illinois has been selected to manage Pres. Toft's campaign for and headquarters have been opened in a Washington Hotel. It Is understood that Mr. McKinley Is rather to act as tho assistant of tho President's Secretary, Mr. Iillles. SECRETARY KNOX TO VISIT CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA Secretary Knox, at the direction of President Taft,-I- s soon to tako a five weeks' trip to certain Central and South American Republics. His visit, while a diplomatic one, has only In view tho cultivation of more fiicnuMy ures Cantrill Controlled the Machinery and Won New Jersey's Governor Pleases mains Dry. Frankfort Re- WIND UP OF GOSPEL MEETINGS THE GREAT COMMISSION Sunday Great Day The Afternoon Sermon Preached by Rev. Knight In Meetings Thruout the Services EsBerea College Chapel, Monday pecially Helpful In Some DormiEvening, the 6th. tories and Classes all are now Mark Christians. "(in ye Into all the world and preach to vrry creature. Me that The largo success of tho Gospel the do-pMeetings last week led to a continuhelietefh and it baptized shall !o saved ance of them fur three days this and hr that helirieth not shall he wock. damned." SUMMARY Last Sunday was a great day. The Summary of lint lnUlln-f)- t In Iiut Chapel to overflowing was filled Kl flwtrinr of prnlmtlnation U contrary to Jrttu' tnpmch all three times. In the morning Brother workl. AmicnumarxiuVbmdfl tltr (hiI to Lrrne--the Jrsui uimm human serKnight preached a wonderful lor in rirnrinv out o! BM cinmim, T)mi try nkelnftl ra oflVmi iUuitivlion of wht mon on tho character of 1'otor. In lh Cuiwl U. We nmpuu l.trxlon but need not the from itrtMui urImi we mr thn nftjfrnnfin a. rnniilftpmtiln number ekpect to to tup praeticlnr ln before Of tho ConVorU and "I'1 " ui nefMMry Tnl Lincoln1! cunductlnir Wero baptlled to ior1ve. uklrur L' i" L Uti'" K,v u mn ",m'l of received Into tho church and at night there were a song service, ser- which brought , u l" 8sl,d that wh,l NPoloon was mon and tho number of converts well above reviewing bin troops ono day tho .spirited horso upon which he wns ' two hundred. Tho afternoon meetings havo been counted brcamo frightened and unwell attended and highly enjoyable manageable. Tho Emperor's life was ''angered and a common soldier and profitable. Urothcr Knight treat- from u, ranli8 8I)ranK 'orward and Ing of topics of vital Importance In , the animal. "Thank you. tho Christian life and leading out all 'u ixupoieoii. -- captain hearts In nraver for Urn conversion i thu man caught tho word, "captain.' of those still "Without (iod In the World." Tho lust of these meetings Why, ho wa only a common soldier was on the Golden Rule and became in tho ranks, but ho was quick wlt-U- d and Instantly asked, "Of what really hilarious. regiment, sir?" Phased with his meeting Thu full result of such a quick ierceptlon and faith In his can nuver bo known, but tho lmnie-dlat- o r.ord, "Of my life effect has been to flood llerea guards, Naoleon said, sir." Tho man threw down religion," which wltli that "old time expresses Itself In smiles and good- his musket and said, "Anyone, can teko that who pleases," and ho will. In several of tho dormitories Continued "u 1KC 1'our every and In many of tho classes slnglo student Is now a Christian. this In tho coining summer when OUR NEW STUDENTS army of young Christians Is spread ovor tho country, hundreds of homos "Doubling up" Process Necessary to Accommodate Large Increase In will bu cheered, and hundreds of Numbers. Partial List of Those churches of all denominations will Entering for First Term This Year. bo reenforced. Urothcr Kulght has a right to Tho attendance of students at great satisfaction as ho Journeys llerea for many years has been llmlt- homoward and remembers tho hun id only by tho housing accommodadreds of convert and thousands of tions. This year there wero exteu-sloto tho dining rooms, and two Christian friends In this region. rl w-u. ir T I artor-moutln- B LINCOLN, THE MASTER OF MEN One hundred and three years ago, Monday, Lincoln was born in an obscure Kentucky Cabin. That lL'thof Feb., IbOU, was tin auspicious date. It glorified the cabin. It did not and does not teach that ' pople should be content with tho cabin, but it forever exploded the idea that poverty, a lowly origin and obscurity are to be rated by ' the world as insurmountable handicaps. How much more wonderful ia the life of Lincoln are the deeds of Lincoln in the light of the unknown ancestry and the back woods shack I Three years ago during the Christmas Holidays the Editor read a then new interpretation of Lincoln's greatness. It is entitled, "Lincoln, The Master of Men," and was written by Rothschild. By pemiuitm of In his career "JtcClm'l" from the cabin to the White House Lincoln had may titles, by far the greatest number of which wero epithets cast at him in derision. But these now only remain to mark the unwisdom, the foolishuess, the prejudice, the bitterness of their authors, while the one they nought to wound, to slander and destroy is remembered only as the merciful, the just, tho tender, the patient, the strong, the wise, the emancipator of a race, the saviour of the Union, "The Master of Men." And may it not bo said that the last, the master of men, most completely summarizes his greatness? But what was the secret of his power? These words were written tin the volume was closed "I wonder how much of his wisdom and consetiiiently his greatnesH should be attributed to his power to )xxticnily wait and weigh before making a decision. Ho seems never to havo had any debts of ingratitude to pay never sought revenge; did nothiug through malice. He could bury everything personal and forget it for tho public good". There m hardly an avenue of life, private, professional or public, in which Lincoln's example may uot be followed with profit. FLOOD OF BILLS More than 7S0 bills have been offered In the two Houses of the Legislature but none of 'them have become a law so far unless It la the one providing for a now mansion for the Governor. Tho County Unit Dill will be signed within a few days and tho Compulsory Primary Bill, which Las passed the Senate, and also the Prison Commission BUI are expected to pass the Houso soon. Another Important measure, and the ono that has been tho chief vote getter of both parties, the Good Roads Bill, is mooting with trouble. It has not to far been considered by the com- mittee. BILL Committee in the Lower Houso of the Legislature, having In relations. ,PPl !'. I us CONTENTS THIS ISSUE I I FIRST PAGE Editorials. In Our Own State. News of the Week. Sermon Tho Great Commission. Wind up of Gospel Meetings. Our Now Students. Dr. II. II. Huberts. SECOND l'AOE General News. Markets. THIRD PAGE List of New Students. FOURTH PAOE Locals. Sermon (continued) FIFTH PA0K Glgnatla Sale. SIXTH I 'AGE Sorlal Story. SEVENTH PAGE tmitu.tu f.i flnrtitltnrv ti'.ttiwm throe for men. Resides this there was u general "doubling up," tho rule being that uny room with two windows might contain four students. ' There has never been a tlmo when there was such universal good health, oi such universal satisfaction. With ii n enrollment more Hum 200 In excess of any previous winter there havo been fewer students dismissed, and far fewer cuses of homesickness ortroubloof any kind. And, to crown all, tho Gospel meetings havo put abiding Joy Into hundreds of hearts : and faces. Tho Citizen has taken some pains , to find out tho now students and Introduce thorn, and wo herewith present a list (qulto long although pooplo still Incomplete) or young who havo entered bo mo of tho de- partmonts of Doroa Collego for tho first tlmo this winter. luiur unci I - LJ Ear mmml m charge the measure, will report favorably a bill which makes sweeping changes. For Instance, Adair and Casey counties are to bo taken from the 11th and joined tc tho 8th District; Rockcastle will be taken from the Sth and attached to tho 11th; Jackson, Owsley, Perry and Letcher aro to be taken from the 11th and annexed to the 10th. Thero are also changes in nearly all mittee on Pensions. Another measure tho other districts. PROTESTERS DEFEATED which reduces tho appropriation more Those who havo been protesting subthan twenty million dollars-wa- s the call for a snap primary in stituted. the 7th Congressional District met THE MAINE FLOATED. Tho readers of Tho Citizen have their Waterloo, Monday, when tho upheld the been kept informed as to tho prog- State Central Commltteo by a ress of the work on tho battleship District Committee, in Its call voto of 8 to 4. The call was Issued Malno In Havana harbor. The wreck purposo of preventwas uncovered by tho building of a evidently for the ing any new counties that may bo coffer dam from within which the by tho present water was pumped. Investigations added to tho district any part In unmistakably showed that the ex- Legislature from taking tho selection of tho Democratic canplosion occurred from without. Now tho wreckage Is being floated and didate. GOV. WILSON'S VISIT will bo towed ten miles out to sea Gov. Wilson of Now Jersey was end burled with military honors, after resting for fourteen years In tho tho guost of tho Legislature Friday, REV. BENSON H. ROBERTS mud of Havana Harbor. delivering an address In the afternoon In the Capitol and a second TRADE WITH PORTO RICO Pastor of the First Church address at a banquet given in his Trade between Porto Rico and conof Berea, the Union Church. tinental United States In tho calendar honor at tho Capital Hotel at night. (Continued on i'age tiight) (Continued on I'src Iilglit) Hrother Roberts has contrib A GREAT SOUTHERN CONGRESS Governor Hooper of Tennessee has asked the Governors of sixteen southern states to send delegates to Nashville, May 7th to 10th, to study and discuss sociological problems peculiar to tho South. DEMOCRATIC EXTRAVAGANCE CHECKED Tho dollar a day pension bill, which was passed In the Lower Houso of Congress, rccelvod a severe shock, Monday, before the Senate Com- The uted very largely to the sue cess of the great Revival Meet Ings just closed. Every citizen and every student finds In him a good friend, and hundreds of people cherish the words of love and wisdom which he has spok en. In one of the recent meetings he uttered a much needed truth regarding those thoughtless persons who say they are annoyed by friends who Invite them to become Chrlstalns, "Have you ever thought why good people go out of their uy Don't Buy Your Rooting Until You See Us WHY? Painted Roofing Galvanized Roofing Guttering - ... - $1.79 and up. $2.79 and up. - 20 per cent reduction. THESE PRICES HOLD GOOD ONLY ON SATURDAYS OF THIS MONTH FROM 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. We Don't Want Your Money, We Want Your Order. tolnvlteyou toenterthe Christian life? Do they do It for any advantage to themselves? Do Sermon, Dairy Notes. EIGHTH PAGE Eastern Kentucky News. COLLEGE Bowersox, Paul, Wllkosbarre, Penn. Cromer, William, Springfield, O. Curry, Thomas I., Portsmouth, O. Eastman, Herbert, Ottawa, O. darford, llunnah L, ICIyrla, O. Urwulae, Eolls Krinn. Mansfield, O. OabburJ, Elmer, Cow Creek, Ky, Hall, Marlon C, Atwatter, O. Ilayter, Dorothy, Bhawano, Wis. Hoffimin, Frank, Lelpslc, O. Continued on l'g Thrtc the neglect their own alTalrs, During this month we make a speciality of repairing Steel Ranges. Cultivate Decision, Indecision soon grows In be a vice Sometimes It Is the murk of a weak character oftener It develops a weak character. and go to large expenses in providing extra meetings which may attract tou.iuuI then come to you with these solicitations because they wish to do you harm? Why are they concerned? Is It not because they are your real friends and wish you well? Is It not be- - Berea School of Hoof (no HENRY LENQPELLNER, Manager OjfictJtickson St., llerea, Ky. Phont;Jayj, night iS I, noon u6 CLASS IN ROOFINQ WILL START MARCH 4th. ' Continued on fourth jxite, Pe Two. The Citizen A THE CITIZEN. NEW COMPANIES FOR COAL LANDS Kr. EASTERN MANY OOOO February 15, 1912 ROADS INSTRUCTION. YOUNO TOBACCO OROWER8. Two Barren County Boy Make Extra Pesket Money. Olasgow. What small boys can ac complish was forcefully demonstrated when Ilussell, sou of 8. M. Gardner, nnd Ynncy, son of Eugene llnlrd, sold their crops of tobacco In the loose leaf market here. Ynncy, who Is only 9 years old, received $71.05 for his crop, whllo Russell, who is about 14, family newspaper for all that true and Interesting. vrry Ttrarador (Incorporated) la right Road Supervisors Invited to Attend Course Department of Agriculture Sndj Man From Washington. Lexington. For tho purposo of giving road supervisors nnd other persons Interested In good roads practical Instruction, Prof. It. 0. Terrell, head of tho civil engineering department of stato university, will dovote tho entlro week, beginning February 7, to practical demonstrations of tho construction of earth and sand roads; and the reconstruction of macadam roads. The demonstrations will bo given primarily for the benefit of tho class of the new short course ot highway construction at tho university, but other persons Interested nro Invited to attend. Not only will tho theoretical principles Involved iu tho construction of such roads be taught by lectures, but sections of roads of this character will be constructed, showing each step of such work. Professor Terrell lias sent letters to road supervisors and contractors throughout tho state. Inviting them to attend tho demonstrations. Among tho lectures will bo a scries by Charles II. Hay, from tho department of agricul- PRISON DEMON MAKES ESCAPE Convict At Ohio Penitentiary Gets Away Over East Wall With a Rope Ladder Berea Printing School Department of Berea College (Tb Ctiren is a specimen of our work.) PIUNTS HAND-BILLS- Publk&ad t Swn, BEREA PUBLISHING CO. i. P. Faulkner, Editor ana Subscription Rate Jf i Manager. KENTUCKY PRESENTS SCENES OF INDU3TRI AL AOCTIVITY. On Btz Months Thro Month yw PAYADLB IN ADVANCE. fl.N M M RAILROADS BUILDING SPURS As an Index to tho Barbourvlllc. rapid development which may be exUU Liberal term Kttrrn to any ono who oV. pected In tho eastern Kentucky coal field during tho present yenr, almost UJn mw aubsortptlona (or ui. Any on vending us (our yearly urwcr1ptlvn can every week somo now company or orCltlton trm tor MmsoOf for ganization Is formed anil begins to rnotln Th a year. AdverUstna; on application. make preparations for active operations in this part of the state. Tho MEMBER Or Turkey Foot Coal and Timber Co., with headquarters at Huntington, V. Vn., Is one of tho newest concerns to ture. enter the field. It will confine Its activities to Jackson county. It wilt CHILD BURNED TO DEATH. develop the timber lands on Its holdings. The company has an authorized Mother Was at Work In House 200 capital of $300,000. Harlan Fuel Feet Distant. rarrocKT rnuas association. Co Is another young The company, Just having been organized In Harlan China la bow tb land of the rising county Georgetown- .- Carrie Scruggs, 3, with ,$25,000 capital stock, Sun! with Hoy Wllholt of Ashland, presi- was found burned to a crisp whllo her Conl Co. is com- mother was at work 200 feet away. Tho The winter will be ended when the dent. largelyHarlan posed of Loulsvlllo people. Tho The mother had just clad the child in peach crop begins to be killed. company has under lease from T. J. Its best clothes and gone to prepare Asher 10,000 acres of coal lying along dinner. Shortly nfterward her house It takes a young mother to tell what Clover Fork, and which will be was seen to be In flames. Tho stove color her baby's hair Is when It haBD't skirted by the now Clover Fork spur had been left red hot, and It Is nny at all. of tho AVasloto and Black Mountain thought tho little one's dress caught Are and she Jumped back to bed to tallroad. Its capital is $150,000. The papers tell us that rabbits are The Clover Fork Coal Co., com protect herself, but in vain, as she cheap, but the papers and the butchcrt posed of tho Whitfield brothers, has was burned to death. The bouse was do not agree. the grading done for Its Incline road saved. The father Is In jail awaiting at its new operation on Clover Fork, trial In connection with a cutting Veil, since we havo to have some The Clover Fork railroad, which scrape. winter anyway, the sooner wo get ! passes this company's property and over with the better. A KENTUCKY PRODIGY. also the property of the Harlan Coal Co.. is completed about ono nnd Sacramento. Horace Batex, the 7 e The year 1912 will long stand as s half miles of the distance. son of .Mr. nnd Mrs. A. N fatal one to aviators. The total num- The weather Is retarding this work ear-olRates, Is an infant prodigy. Tho boy ber who were killed wsa 82. considerably. The Edgewood Consolidation Coal can spell any word In the speller used The great American hen Is not do- Co. will resume operations on or In tho Sacramento schools. He spells geographical names with ing her full duty to tho country. There about Feb. 1. Tho Consolidation Coal dltllcult should be somo Inducement to egg Co. has nlrendy opened up and has greater ease than most boys ot his her on. ready for mining operations eight age spell words of three letters. Ho large mines in the thickest coal In haa attended school only three Perhaps .Mr Edison Invented the Letcher county and has four more months. His memory is wonderful. concrete cottage and furnlturo to go mines located and outside work under He can read a chapter of ordinary length in the New Testament, lay the with the concrete biscuits of the young way. housewife. Ono of the most important an book aside and recite the chapter nnunccments touching on the Letcher without omitting a word. He knows . i li nn.v.b bujd v iin auie. iu gel. paint. county situation of late has Just been the multiplication table as well as he no wmiwuh out of the cactus. It Is to bo hoped made by the Lexington & Eastern au knows tho alphabet. wmt ii is not mo nose paint tne aiexi thorities to tho effect that n FAIR DATES ARRANGED. spur line will be surveyed at once fiCL OUl Ol 1U up Cholly creek and that work will A Chicago prophet predicts that 1912 begin ns soon as tho weather opens Paducah. At tho meeting of the will be the most prosperous year In up and men can be put on the executive commlttco of tho Indianafair circuit in Evans-villhistory. If everybody thoroughly be ground. This spur will reach a vast Kentucky-Illinoi- s the Paducah fair dates were set lieved that. It would be. territory, rich In timber nnd coal, and will greatly increaso tho tralTlc over for October 1 to 4, Inclusive. Twelvu cities now compose the circuit. Mur"A Boston professor says children do tho main line. not llko tales that are purely Imag The Currier Lumber Co.. which ray, Ky., was dropped and New HarInary." Possibly the professor really owns a railroad terminating near tho mony and Petersburg, lud., were ac Kentucky-Virgini- a border, has an cepted. Nothing but harness races meant wives Instead of children. nounced that during tho present year will be given because tho running At last there are Indications that It will extend Its line over on the events have not proved profitable. Kentucky side about six miles up Tho purses will rango from $300 to the cost of living Is coming down. $500, and thero will bo three races Jury In Missouri has decided that the Pound river. Mayfleld's dates aro Oct A shortage of coal cars for shipping each day. value of stolen kiss Is SO cents. the output Is affecting to somo extent 9 to 12, Inclusive. A Nlmrod of Colorado killed a big the coal production In tho southeast Otherwise MONTGOMERY CO. ASSESSMENTS black bear with brass knockles. Here crn Kentucky districts. Is a hint which would save many lives the operators aro having a very Winchester. Tho county clerk fin If generally adopted by amateur bunt prosperous season and are working Ished the tabulation ot the books ot their mines to capacity. vr6. the county assessor. Among tho prln cipal items was 175,361 acres ot land. Coal oil poured Into tr.e kitchen KILLED IN RUNAWAY. valued at $6,019,535; town lots valued stove to start a Are will cause just as much trouble now as It used to do Spurting Lovelace and His Horse at $2,450,390, and personal property $1,649,720. Tho total valuation as when the practlco was far more com shown by tho assessor's books was Both Found Dead In Road. mon. $11,592,629. Tho assessments ot the nardwell. When T. L. Carroll, a railroads, banks and other corporaThe skull of a former king of Servla will increaso this to $13,000,000. has been stolen by ghouls. Perhaps fnrmer, went to his front door he dis tions covered lying In tho public road, dl It was the act of Insane patriots who GIVES BLOOD FOR HER SON. bellevrd Servla was In need of a good rectly in front of his houso tho body of Spurllng Lovelace, who had beon head. Lexington. At SL Joseph's hospital killed in a runaway. Lovelace's borso was also lying dead In the road, hav a mother gave her own blood In the Is said to be a demand for There hopo of saving the life of her son. ing frozen to death. American windmills In Egypt. There who was so weuk that It was feared re several distinguished windmills In an operation, which was about to be WILL HOLD SCHOOL FAIR. American public life that could easily performed, would prove fatal. With be spared. Maysvillc. School children of Ma this added strength the boy was en abled to survive the operation and his Somebody Is endeavoring to creato son county will hold, a school fair and condition is so favorable It Is be sentiment In favor of a new alphabet. corn show In the high school building lloved ho will recover. Tho caso was Well. If one has uotblng else to do Saturday, Fob. 3. Prizes aro to bo that of Frauk Glover, 17. that may bo as good a way as any awarded all entrants In tho corn raising contest and other exhibits. n which to keep busy. flmid tnontjr by Pwrt-ofTlo- rt or Exprrf Money Onlar, Dmfl. RoRlstvrcd Letter, or n and two crnt atAmtw. Tbo da.ta ailrr your nam on labfl thowi to what Vtte your wubnertptlcm li pel d. If It I not ctuuirod wnhdn thro aXtnr rriiewai notify us. MJmlnr number will t clorily upplltd at wv mrm notified. Flo promliun chrp, with rww "- PirtpOom Ajid prompt ronewnl. Bend (or rk Several New Mines Opened Short age of Car Send Coal Prices Soar Ing Spur Coming Acrota Virginia Line. rta Iloth boys raised their crops of tobacco during spare hours from school IS RECAPTUREU and when thoy were not wanted to do COMPANION chores about the home. Ynncy cultl vnted a much smnller tract. Elated over their success, both boys Third Termer Ha Long and Spectacwill undcrtnko to cultivate larger ular Record of Crime I Thought crops, and other boys of the Cnvn to Have Been Injured By city section, whero theso young farm Shot From Guard. ers live, wilt follow their exnmple. Columbus, O. Otis Hurley, known APARTMENT HOUCE BURNED as tho "prison demon." serving threo years from Franklin county for larMany of the Residents Suffer Heavy ceny, his third term in the Ohio penLosses and Narrowly Escape itentiary, made his encapo over tho cast wall, near Maple street, with tbn With Their Live. aid of n rope ladder. William Ilrennan, serving 10 yennt Lmlsvllle. Flro destroyed the SL Jaines apartments, one of tho most from Cleveland for burglary, went exclusive apartment houses In 1ouls-villover the wall with him, but was shot driving 15 families Into the zero twice and captured before he found weather and entailing n loss of shelter In the nearby railroad yards, $110,000. where Hurley Is supposed to be hiding Mrs. H. V. Potter found her dla among the freight cars. A mouds encased iu melted gold. Four guards Abe Jordan, Ell Klsen-barnesro Janitor saved 50 persons by Fred and I, Charles Jackson running an elovntor through flames Halzer armed with rifles, discovered Society debutantes carried coffee to the men going over tho wall nnd the firemen. shoot nt them. Two bullets struck Brvtinan, one In FIRE AT M'LEAN COLLEGE. the calf of iho right leg and the other in the left foot. He fell helpless and Main Building Destroyed and Loss was quickly raptured and taken to thu prison hospital where his wounds wrro Will Amount to e, d received $365. , I.F.TTEH HF.POHTfl. SBH IIKADS. BOOKS IN TIIH I1BST MONS AND LOWF.ST AT AND MAKNKR, CAIIDH, PRICKS. Your patronngo I wfced. to holp studeiitH, nnd to Insur your gotllng your money's worth. CALL AT TIIH OFFICK Oil SBNU OUDKItR BY MAIL. YOU WILL OUT SATISFACTION, THIl.MS CASH. Berea Printing School' BEREA, KY. Houses to Rent To those who have children to edu- to cate and with to reside hi Ocrea for a lonoer or snorter time to eiijoy It $25,000. tlve-mll- five-mil- e. Freight No. 81 nu-- t collision near Midway. Fireman Charles Motzler, of Colug, ton, ()., on the freight, was scalded nnd his chest was crushed. He died In a patrol wagon when being taken to Merry hospital. NO MORE DETECTIVES. Conductor Ed Sparks, of Indian Nurse Training School of apolls, of Train No. 81, escaped Injury Lexington. was by Jumping. An ordinance passed abolishing the detective de Berea College Conductor O'Brien Engineer and partment, the six men In It being trans Dodge, both of Indianapolis, In charge ferred to the police department at of the Chicago cxpre, escnped In HAS BF.ST OPKIIATINC ROOM patrolmen, and the position of chief ol Jury. AND ALL MODKUN detectives Is nbollshed. AITLIANCK9 None of the passenger were hurt. Under tho ordinance the chief of FOR CAIIK OF A I.IM1TKD NUMBKJt pollco may detail not more than four Express Wrecked. OF PATIKNTS. HOSPITAL patrolmen to net ns detectives. Tho Wllliamsport. Pa. Tho Washington salaries of tho patrolmen nnd firemen INCUHASMS day express, on the Pennsylvania rail weio raised from $65 to 70 a month. road, was wrecked east of Emporium OF RF.COVKRY. junction. Taking a siding by mis BOURBON COUNTY VALUATIONS. take It crashed Into threo gondolas Itatra Onn Dollar a day and up. loaded with roal. Tho engine was de Paris. Tho total assessed valun railed and the express and dining cars Bond for prompt pnyment required. tion of Bourbon county real nnd per- were badly damaged Many passen For further particulars address sonal property, as complied by Coun gers were hurt. Their lnjurlex ar not ty Clerk Paton from the assessor Horloui. lists, foots up $15,504,435. The list? show that Bourbon county farmers paid taxes on 182,399 acres or land BEREA, KY. ot an assessed valuation of $10,276,300. tion of In a head-o- Hopklnsvllle. lien ltnsh Memorial hall, the main building of Mclx-u- i college, was destroyed by tiro entailing a loss ot $25,000. Large dormitor ies on either sldo ot tho structure weto saved by excellent work of tho flrj department. Tho Hen Hash Hall was situated on tho highest elevation in iho city, nnd the flro was spectacu lur, attracting thousands to the scene. The flro Is supposed to have origi nated on the second floor In the nrt department furnace. In which china was belns: baked, nnd flames were bursting through the roof when they welt- - discovered. This is tho third time the college haa suffered from tlnmes. advantages, the College educational One of the many shots fired by the has a number of houses, large and guards is reported to have crippled Hurley and this Is corroborated by mall, some of them partly furnished, Ilrennan. who says when Hurley left to rent on reasonable term. AdHres him he was limping. dressed. FIREMAN KILLED In a Collision Between Trains Near Midway, Ohio. O Westbound C. II. & No. 42 and the second sec THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. Hamilton. I. Express THE Berea Hospital PI108-PKCT- S THE BEREA HOSPITAL CINCINNATIMARKETS TAX RATE REDUCED. Lexington, At a meeting ot tho citv council the apportionment ordinance was passed, ' ncd on a tax rati yellow mixot $1.65, and Lexington will, for tin 68'Ar, No. 4 Vn !1 C5g70c. No. 2 S'n 4 .fl r.Kfl Mr mlle.1 first tlmo In many years, have a tai mixed 65fi'67r. white earf.f.ifi 17v yel65fl"67c. rate of less than $1.75. low ear 65(f67c, mixed ear G4fr6f STILL HOPE FOR EXTENSION. Wheat- - No. 2 red $1.01;tn,03. No 3 red $1.01. No. 4 red S4cfl$l. f'nrn Wi 2 uhlt. MfiThf Vn !t while esweyr. No, 4 whlto 66Ur6$c. No. 2. yellow K9f70c. No. 3 yellow C7J ard whlto Kn. AERO CLUB FORMED. BLACKBIRDS CARRY DISEASE. Jersey man got U.000 damages With a membership of Louisville. from a surgeon who performed an op thirty-five- , including one woman, tho eration on the wrong side. Tho Jury A fatal malady among Aero club Louisville. of Loulsvlllo was orgaulzed probably felt the patient had a right Kentucky horses called trypanoramla with tho following officers: Presl Ik brought here, according to vetsrln lo cut up about It dent, C. A. WIckllffo; vico president, arians, by blackbirds from tho south, Frank C. Carpenter; secretary, UosA Long Island girl danwd herself to Blackbirds aro bitten by mosqultoca coo Conkllng; treasurer, K. O. Itubel. death because she was so populai that and in turn blto tho horses. fho only woman member so far la every young man at the party Insisted Mrs. Morlan, wife ot F. If. Morian of no. dancing with her. Sometime It Is FRUITFUL REVIVAL. Chicago, who has been engaged as not unlucky, after all, la be a wallfiow. temporary Instructor. A er. The wife of a song writer, suing for divorce, charges him with Inhuman lutbustaxtlc protracted moctlngs over cruelty If he Is the man who wroto held at this place, thcro being muro r "Tho Mysterious Rag." a Ihnn 100 conversions. ing public u 111 rise up as ono and back her. Madlsonvlllo. In his chnrge to the grand Jury Judgo Gordon declared A member of tho New York leglsla that punishment for tho first convic ture wants to havo flirting made a pen tion for currying concealed deadly Itentlnry offense. It Is hoped that bis weapons should bo six months In jail resolution muy not become a law. It and a lino of $25. A second conviction, would only Increase the opportunities he said, should be punished by a term In the penitentiary. for dragging in technicalities. long-suffe- Saylersvlllo. Tho Iley. W. A. Mc- Combs, evungellst of tho rtaptlst Homo board, closed one of tho most GOLDEN EAGLE KILLEDv Richmond. Josoph Mason, farraor. killed a golden eaglo near here. It f was six and feet in length. one-hal- Paris. The citizens of North Xlld dletown and Paris have jiot yet aban Cll IitLf&l'.llC. 1 timothy $24fl21.25. No. Hay No. doned all hopo of getting tho pro llmntliv iff .Rftr?2 7S Mn .1 ftnintlit posed extension of the U &. N. from $20.25f( 21.25. No. 1 clover mixed $22.60 Paris through North Middletown to r23. No. - riover mixri xii.sinrzi 7f., the coal flel'ds. No. 1 clover $23023.75. No. 2 clovei $2!.t0"fi22. f'nftln Artivf.- nlenrlv in fitrnm. nl MAHIN ROAD BILL. yesterday's prices. Hhlpxrn $5.50(1 cuoice to extra su.su'ji uuicn New Castle. - The session of tho goon to r steer, extra Henry County Citizens League was dioicu $5.25(6,15, sti.zbu!.b", to fait common devoted to a discussion of the vnrloux .i "Kfi1 If,: heifers, nxtrn tR.Rr,A road bills pending In the stato legis- good to choice $4.505.50, common to lature, each being considered In detail fair J3f4.i0; cows, extra $4.60(I4.S5, good to choice 4f?4.50, common tc Tho Mahln bill was endorsed. fair $l.C5(f3.75; cannors $1 75 2.76. Hulls sternly ami receipts light Lexington. City Solicitor Allen Bologna !4.25fl5.25. extra 6.35fl5.50. having given an opinion that numer fat bulls $5ift5.50. fV'ili-oOnUtt nt Vfinlnriln vn elnalnp ous fruit, bootblack and similar stands which, for years, havo occupied por- prices. Fxtrit $8.50. fair to gcod $6.5(1 tions of tho sidewalks ot tho business IJ.K.Z5, common ana large nrifl Ilniffi Arflv cnnernllv lf.r sections of this city, havo no right to Selected such occupancy. It Is understood that higher. frwnl fn heavy shippers $6.45 Ci T. Kn nml elmlrn mirW-ri- i Mayor Cassldy will soon order such 2 carloads ritncy butrlicru $6,450-6.50obstructions removed. $6.55, mixed packers $6.35ft6,45, stage 3.2&ti(i..'b. common to cnoico heavy r.'inii: Lexington, for tho first tlmo in lis fnt kiiwu ii T.mr.w,. mini hlttory, Is now to havo un Inspector light shippers JS.COfJC.jE, pigs (110 anil of gas, water and electric meterH, tho iuh l,.,iv- - less) Klnnilv. WHt-IIMOHI: ways and means committed having, at good to choice $3.25$73.50, common to Its meeting last night, recommended fair $1.25 ft 3. an appropriation of $1,800 for this InnbH Htcady, Kxtrn $6.C0?K..65, good to choice $6.1036.50, common to - No. 2 whlto &5Jr&Cc. standNo. 3 white whlln T,fTr,tV.p. Vn 2 rnlTrul 55c, No. 3 mixed 54Vsft55c, No. 4 mix55-.- Oats i V" THIS this community. ad. Is directed nt the who ha3 all the business in his line in 3 Mr. Merchant You say you've Rot it alL You're bcII-i- n them all they'll buy, anyhow. But at the same time you would like more business. I Make this community buy more. J Advertise strongly, consistently, judiciously. J Suppose you can buy a lot of washtubs cheap; advertise a big washtub sale in this paper. Put in an inviting picture of a washtub where people can see it the minute they look at your ad. Talk strong on washtub3. And you'll find every woman in thin vicinity who has been lictting along with a rickety washtub for years and yenra will buy a new one from you. J That's creative business Iower. OURj AD. RATES ARB RJOHT CALL ON U3 t.i, pur-pob- r Is again In evidence The and saddened homes must pay for his reckless sport. The age Is but hardly enough so until It has found some? way of protecting' the community from .this new danger of cirlllrtitJon. Joy-ride- tle Insurance. Glasgow. Tho homo of I)r. II. a. Held, a mllo west ot Edmonton, was burned. The firo Is belloved to hnvn started from a defactlvo flue. Tho loss will reach $2,500. with very lit lll)Prltii,l.w, bf w S, U.I First Degree Murder. Scrunton, Pa. William Blshle, 18 cab. years old, who shot and killed Irvln many terms. Borgcr, an express messenger, whllo riding In an express car on the Dela- TRADE MORAL Tho quality ol Salyersvllto. Tho Central Oil and ware, Lackawanna & Western rail what you have to sell is known Gas Comblno has filed with tho secre road last November, was convicted ot tary of utato articles ot Incorporation murder In tho Orel degree. After killto some people all of the tlmo ing the messenger Blshle took all tho West Point. W. II. Hays of Ix- - with capital stock ot $76,000. money in the car and escaped, us tho ington Is ai ranging to open a bank and all of the people some of hero. Paris. Unless u long delayed ship train was running slowly Into tho the time, but advertise regusoon this city will Fcranlon station. Bisblo after the ment ot coal arrives Goodnight. A large tobacco barn be menaced by the possibility of a murder went to a moving picture larly with us and you'll reach owned by J. E. GoiT burned. show, and later In tho night was arcoal famine. rested while In bed in a lodging bout. all of the people all cf the timt. convened with 31 appearance cases on the docket besides over 100 old The criminal docket is tho lighter'. In d Lexington. After securing tho ap proval of tho guaranty company which is on his bond, City Treasurer Ott announced that he had selected tho Phoenix-ThirNutlona'. bank ns tho olilclal depository for the city's funds, this bank having inado tho boa bid of tho four offered. Carlisle. Nicholas county court fair $4.25(1)6, yearlings $4.2561 5.26, 1 February 15, 1 9 1 2. THE CITIZEN. Congleton, Pauline, Idacnay, ICy. Coffee, Wm. Bryan, McKlnley, Ky, Congleton, Clayton, Idamay, Ky. Congleton, Gentry, Idamay, Ky, Conrad, 8tanley H. Mayivtlle, Ky. Cox, Itobert Edward, Sprues Pine, N. Page Three It Pays to Advertise A Good Thing! Since the first insertion of our ad in The Citizen two weeks ago we have installed sixteen new telephones for folks who read and think. Get the Telephone Habit it pays. Residence phone, free Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? You buy" the same goods at Engle's Store for less money BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY OUR NEW STUDENTS Continued from I'lnt rge 57 rv Prewltt, Elijah, Hockley, Ky. Houston, Amanda, Scnla, N. C Price, Katie, Level Green, Ky. House, Lydla, Fogertown, Ky. Qulsenberry, Wyatt. Mt. Sterling, Ky. Howard, Elkin. Derea, Ky. Ramcy, Arthur, Carter City, Ky. Howard, Jakle, Calloway, Ky. Ramsey, Lena E., Bereo, Ky. Howard, Joseph, Crab Orchard, ICy. Itay, Ed., Elk Park, N. C. Howard, Nathan, Cawood, Ky. Reams, Robert J., Orlando, Ky, Howley, Anno, Crab Orchard, Ky. Reams, Robert D., Dudley, Kv. Silos, Richmond, Ky. Hubbard. Reynolds, Robert, Uerea, Ky. Hughes, Ben F., Scnla, K. C. Reynolds, Flora, Uerea, Ky. Hughes, Reuben, Green Hall, Ky. Isaacs, Cecil L., Woodstock, Ky. j Redman, Cornelia, Waterloo, Ky. Rice, Jasper E., Conway, Ky. Isaacs, Oeo, W., Woodstock, Ky. Rice, Jeff, Ulngham, Ky. Ison, Kelly, (jscolooso, Ky. Rice, Thos, HUlsboro, Ky. Jarboe, Bruce, McKlnney, Ky. Robblns, Wm. a, Tallega, Ky. Jarrett, Go. II., Aztec, New Mex. Combs, i:. Willis, llulutd. ICy. Jasper, Arthur, Mlntonvlile, Ky. Roberts, Cordelia, Lost Creek, Ky. Coinptun, Carlo. Uiddleburg, Ky, Johnson, Charlie, Uerea, Ky. Roberts, Ileba, Bereo, Ky. Cooper, W., Eby, Ky. (Roberts, Wm., Grove, Okla. Johnson, Conrad O., Plnola, N. C. Hoy, lien a, Ky. Creech, j Robertson, Jolinson, Lloyd L., Plnola, N, C. Eunice, Bereo, Ky. Francis, Robert, Flncastle, Ky. Johnson, Margaret, Berca, Ky. Robinson, Myrtle, Bereo, Ky. Frye, Haiuuel, Alburn, Ky. Johnson, Samuel L., Crossnore, Ky. Rose, Frank, Lee City, Ky. Gregory, Tbu.iias, llarbourvllle, Ky. Jones, Hoy W., Dreyfus, Ky. Ruiz, Oscar, Tacajo, Cuba, Ham, Willie 11., Calburn, Va. Jones, Sarah, Berea, Ky. Ilunlon, Claude, Klttyton, Tenn. llumin, 11. M., Walnut Urote, Ky. Ky. Jones, Sarah K., Goochland, Baylor, Kosh, Salyersvllle, Ky. Brown, Tobte, Houn Mt., Term, Hanford, Harvey II., Mark, Ky. Saylor, Morris, Layman, Ky. Jones, l'carl, Berea, Ky. Cox, Itoaa, Hopkliisvllle, Ky. Hanford, Arnold, Mark, Ky. Julian, Elkanah, ltoan Mt Tenn. Schoolcraft, Ira, Burnetla, Ky. Hlgglno, Anion, Mt. Sterling, Ky. Davis, Oypsy, Jackson. Ky, Julian, Frank D., Roan Mt, Tenn. Scott, Jas. J., Fountain City, Tenn. Day, Wlllnrd Lesley, Burlington, Colo, Hllfcnan. Urover, Herald. Va. Settle, Mark, Big Hill, Ky. Keck. Vlrtle, Gray, Ky. (irltard, Fred. Valley View, Ky. Halt, Janus M, Dykes, Ky. Kelly, Lillian M., Evarts, Ky. Sexton, Clayton, Greenball, Ky. llarrold, lludy. Beach City, O. Howard. Will, llartcr, ICy. Kelly, Lottie, Goochland, Ky. Soxton, Edgar M., Greenhall, Ky. Holt, Morris Kemp, I'urcell, Okla. Johnson, Clernan, Crossnore, N. C Keltch, Dorothy L., Berea, Ky. Settle, Jos., Big Hill, Ky. Leggo, Edward, Torrent, Ky. Martin, Ida, Berry, Ky. , Keltch, Harold E., Berea, Ky. Shackleford, Qulllc, Fiat, JCy. ICy. Heat, Imogen, Ma)svllK-Mitchell. Lvwla Albert, Far Is, Ky. Zbc KmUsnnual Mipbf of blfb Spring tta Summer lultlnai b? Kllbourn, Leonard, Tallega, Ky. Shearer, Marcus, Bloomlngdale, Ky. Moore, lulph K.. Flag l'ond, Tenn. Burns, Martha, llrock, ICy. King, Elza Carter, Berca, Ky. Sheets, Ernest, Sunbury, Ohio. ICy. 1'lnnell. Jno. Bpencer, Wlncheater, Ky. Caao, ttJtvllu, ZEbc (BIoDc XEnliorUto King, Texla, Bereo, Ky. Sbelton, Wm. Garraro, Cuba, Catchen, Cleo, Woodsloik, Ky. l'rlce. Itoy Warren, Dctrlot, Mich. Klnnard, Jesse, Berea, ICy. Short, Robert, Cutshin, Ky. Wendell, Dayton, U. Combs, Esther, Manclieater, Ky. Knuckles, Mllford, Slushcr, Ky. Shull, Porter, Moo. Ky. LeMoaler, Dean W., l'urvell, Okla. Combs, Lena, Manchester, ICy. Kustcr, Matilda, Ilcdford, Mlcb. Shupe, Myrtle, Berea, Ky. ltaphael, Victor L., Uocheater, N. Y. Couglston, Ullle, Idamay, Ky. will be ottcn st our (iUMUbmtnt en Langtord, Kinky, Cawood, Ky. Slevers, Lucy, Waterloo, Ky. Hhlennan, Cora L., Doystown, O. Crvaa, Lovlnla, Appalachlo, Va. Ledford, Martin, Marlba, Ky. Simpson, John J., Morehcad, Ky. Williams, Joaeph T., Btuart, Va. Elliott, Mary, HusionvlhV, Ky. KHz. M., Berca, Ky. Lewis, Simpson, Lula, Speedwell, Ky. Winfrey, Mayme, lluasel Bprlnga, Ky. I'aniKr, lUbecca, roplarvllle, Ky. 16 and Lewis, Holly D., Creech, Ky. Skldmore, Harmon, Brodhead, Ky, Thompson. luul, Nluholusvltle, Ky. Fanner, ikrulU, Public, ICy. Lewis, Hugh C, Berea, Ky. Smallwood, Robert 8., Pebworth. Ky. , Tipton, Clemons, Millers Crek, Ky. Myrtle, Coyle, Ky. Lowls, Jas., Nebo, N. C. Smith, Arch, Fox, Ky. Tucker, ltaymond, Btaiiford, Ky. Hafcr, Georgia 1. Uurllngton, Ky. Little, Daniel B., Moores Creek, Ky. Smith. Clay, Fox, Ky. Baltc t bits one of sour positive enoagemcntu. Call and mahe vout Vogel, Carl, Cold Bprlnga, Ky. Ilanun, Unilr, Walnut Uruve, Ky. Little, Itobert, Moores Creek, Ky. Smith, Daniel B Smith, Ky. Wolf, Dcunll, Duugunon, Va. Hill, Ida Knulu, llyrdstown, Tenn. aclcctlon and be measured bt an expert. Orders tnftcn Marcum, Bonnie, Berea, Ky. Smith, Itolph E., Somerset, Ky. Woodruff, Itobln K., Louisville, Ky. llolllday. Rattle, Uaiard, ICy. tor Immediate or future delivery woolena will ' Marcum, Emily, Berea, Ky. Snowdcn. Jas. E-- , Beattyvllle, Ky. Houae, Hllla, Fogertown, Ky. be 6bown In full lenfltb drapes Mnrcum. Simmons. Irvine. Kv. Sowder, Jacob, H., Lay, Ky. lraaca, lies, Woodstock, ICy. VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS Ky. Marcum, Sydney, Berca, Sowder, Win., Lay, Ky. Johnaon, Margaret J., LaFolletle, Term. May, Bruce, Salyersvllle, Ky. Stangcr, Thos. II., Coopers, W. Va. Baker, Lily, Burning Bprlnga, Ky. Lawsou, Nellie, Kingston, ICy. Mays, Henry Clay, Berea, Ky. Stapp, Lyman E., Newby, Ky. Clayton. Mary, Hebron, Ky. Lvggs. Lizzie, Torrent. Ky. McCaury, Edward, Senla, N. C. Stedhacn, Bryant, Howards Creek, Ky. Click. Myrtle, Hugh, Ky. Utile, Ballle, Lite, ICy. McClure, Clarence, Sherburne, Ky. Steele, Leland, R., Huntington, W. Va. Combs, Burah, Kodak, Ky. Ling, Serena, Waltlna Creek, Ky. Salesman In Charg-- R. J. COISCER McCoury. Jennie, Senla, N. C. Stephens, Klmer A., Elgin, Ky. May, Prudie, Baleravllle. Ky. Cieoch, Ilona Lev, l'oor Fork, ICy. McCray, Claude, Logana, Ky. Strong, Chas. II., Sturgeon, Ky. Curry, lnu Olga, Croton, O. Miw, Or a. Meeie, Ky. & McCreary, Delia, Burning Springs, Ky. Sutton, Ed T.. Clio, Ky. Frost, Minerva K., Melumora, Mich. 1'arkvr, Katie. Gruy, ICy. McGoorge L. Elijah, Waslota, Ky. Swlnford, Ernest, Bereo, Ky. McCoy, Andrew J.f llryanta Store, Ky. Gabbard. Lucy May, Cow Creek, Ky. Berea, Ky. McGlnnas, Webb, Erwln, Tenn. Swlnford, Wm. S., Bereo, Ky. Miller, Utter, Teague, Ky. Gross, Joala Kllen, Maxwell, Va. McGulre. BenJ., Winchester, Ky. Tatum, Donald Wm., Elk Park, N. C. Morgan, Luther, Laurel Creek, Ky. McDanlel. Francis, Will. N. C. Mcintosh, Nancy, IMcetown, Ky. Taylor. Bert Wm., Paint Lick Ky. Morgan, Elizabeth. Kinmalena, Ky. Noble, a. R., Frozen Creek, Ky. Melvln, Jno. Blakley, Woldcnsla, Tenn. Taylor, Jesse, Berca, Ky. Bobbins, 1'earl. Bhella Mills, N. C. l'arker. J. 11. Uray, Ky. Mlddlcton, David, Harlan, Ky. Taylor, Norma, Bereo, Ky. Bparks, Alice, Flug l'ond, Tenn. 1'atrlck, Cuater, Salyersvllle, Ky. MIddlcton, Jas. II., Harlan, Ky. Thacker, Mottle, Climax, Ky. Turner, Florence, Litchfield, O. Plcklcslincr, Parnell, lager, Ky. Middleton, Theodore, Evarts, Ky. Thomson, Jala V., Walnut Grove, Ky. l'olf, Iru Jennings, Pataskols, O. Baker, Beverley, Laurel Creek, Ky. Miller, Arch, Splvey, Ky. Tipton, Thos. R., Union City, Ky. Powell, Bhlrd. Vox, Ky. Baker, Charlie, Laurel Creek, Ky. Griffith, Donald. B, Augusta, Ky. Billings, Henry, N., Winchester, Ky. Miller, Harmon, Elizabcthton, Tenn. Tlptfty, Fred, Kltyton, Tenn. Price, Robert, Sturgoou, Ky. Baker, Frank, Burning Bprlngs, ICy. Gross, Simpson, Harlan, Ky. Bingham. Jno. M., Plnevllle, Ky. Mills, BenJ. Harrison, Brlghtshade, Ky. Trultt, Wm., Berea, ICy. l'urdon, Tlioa. II., Moruland, ICy. Baker, Hugh, Laurel Creek, Ky. Guerra, Antonio, Velasco, Cuba, Blackwcll, Eugene, Witt Springs, Ky. itolph A., Cow Creek, Ky. Tuttle, Jas. Lester, Berca, ICy. Ilayburn, A. J. Emmcrson, Ky. Harlow, Kdgar, Logan. W, Vu. Hackworth, Stanley, Witt Springs, Ky. Mlnter, Lloyd Blair, Walter I).. Mandrake, Ky. Miracle, K., Plnovllle, Ky. Tuttle, Johnnie, Winchester, Ky. Bengv, Hay, I'anolo, Ky. Itlchardaon, Jesse C, Fox, Ky, Hall, Arthur, Viper, Ky. Bogle, Jessie B., Ruthton, Ky. Moore, Joseph, Boat, ICy. Tuttle, Verllc, Berea, Ky. Roberts, Stanley, Hull, Tenn. Benton. Herbert, Bhlrley, 111. Hall, Chas, It., Pardee, Va, Boring, Jno. C, Kllxabethton, Tenn. Morgan, Dcnnlo, Laurel Creek, Ky. Tutt, Llllle, Qosneyvllle, ICy. llowoo, Huddvr, Marydell, Ky. Hlrchfleld, Wm.. I'lumtree, N. C. Bowling, llliarn S., Spring Creek, Ky. Hall. Corbet, Viper, Ky. Moore, Winnie, Uerea, Ky, Vonce, Ronie, Crossnore, N. C. Stout, IC.lj.ur II.. Danville, O. Bowlln, Thoinus, Anna Lee, ICy. Bowman, Geo. Clayton, Marlon, N. C. Hall. John Riddle. Berea, Ky. Moore, Mary, Uerea, ICy. Vance, Rom, Crossnore, N. C. Thompson, Andrew, McNral, Ky. Bowman, John C, Bakeravltle, N. C. Hall, Orbln Jas , Pardee, Va. Bower, Wm. A., Berea, ICy. Moore, Ethel, Uerea, ICy. VanWlnkle, Mildred, Berea, Ky. Wilson. 11 11., lluaavl Springs, Ky. Bradley, Herbert D., Hat, Ky. Hall, Robert, K., Viper, ICy. Brannaman, Matilda, Uerea, Ky. Melvln, Annie M., Waldenscc, Tenn. Venable, Wen., Blackwood, Va. Winfrey. W. E.. ltuaael Springs, Ky. Brodheail, Danllee, Laguna, N. Max. Hamlin, Luther, Livingston, Ky. Urundcnburg, McKlnley, Hanford, Ky. Napier, Garret, Marcum, Ky. Venable, John E., Blackwood, Va. Wolflnborger, Jaa, Irvine, Ky. Caldwell, OatU, Greenfield, O. Hammonds, Sallle, I'alnt Lick, Ky. Brewer, Jesse, Vanlear, Ky. Vicars, Matilda, Berea, Ky. Naylor, Wm., liuena Vista, Ky. Voder, 1 M., Voder, Colo. Congleton, Uacar, Idamuy, Ky. Hanson, Julio P., Berea, Ky. Brown, Fred, Salyersvllle, Ky. Ogg, Ellz. Luxon, Uerea, Ky. Vogler, Ralph, Cynthlana, ICy. l'orter, Ollle, Idamay, Ky. Courtney, Alfred T., Greenville, Ky. Harkleroad, Herbert, West Irving, Ky. Browning, BenJ. F., Berca, Ky. Wallace, Eddie, Paint Lick, Ky. Walllns Creek, Ky. Haley, Davie, Atlrrao, Ky. Dedman, Olllu I'hlllp, Bpears, Ky. Harmon, Fannie E., Bloomlngton, Ky. Osborne, John, Dlzney, Ky. Bruner. Thco, Pink. Ky. Warmouth, Ethel. Mt. Sterling, Ky. Pace, Arthur, Illce, Gertrude, lloonuvllle, ICy. Dixon, Fitch, Blackey, Ky. Havens, Marlon F., Trulty, Ky. Buchanan, Claud, BakersvlUe, N. C Watson, Otto B., Elgin, Ky. Parker, Taylor, Doylesville, Ky. Itoblnaon, Ida, Datlia, Ky. Dye, Flak, Mlntonvlile, ICy. Hazel wood, Hester, Berea, Ky. Buckhart. Wm. a, Smith. Ky. Wells, Alonzo R., Doylesville, Ky. Parsons, Bertha, Pennington, Va. Bteenrod, Alpha. Bldney, O. F.aaloy, Cecil I'erk.'n, Nlcholasvllle, Ky. Burcbfleld. L. II., Little Rock Creek, Hazelwood, Robert, Uerea, Ky. Pearson, John D., College Hill, Ky. Wells. EfHe J.. Log Lick, Ky. Btephena, Mary E., Younga Creek, Ky. , I'alnt Lick, Ky. KUIot, llobert Burchfleid, Polly, Little Rock Creek, Hedrlck, Carlos, Silver Crock, Ky. Welch, Sam. Berea. Ky. Pelphrey, James II., Denver, Ky. Tong, Huth, Tonga. ICy. French, Wesley, Bereo, Ky, Henderson, Lena, Poplar Flat, Ky. N. C. White, Elizabeth, McAfee, Ky. Pena, Roberts, Banes, Cuba. Tuttle, Esther, Witt Springs. Ky. Galloway, Burnam, Uerea, Ky. Hensley, Hiram, Uerea, Ky. Burleson, Hannah, Scnla. N. C. Williams, Lucy It , Walton. Ky. Perez, Sebaston, Uanes, Cuba.' Wllaon, Lucy, Cow Creek, Ky . Hart, Wlllard Melvln, Colly. Ky. Hensley, Oscar, Harlan, Ky. Uurleson, Jack, Plumtree, N. C. ICy. Williams, Minerva E., Point Lick, Ky. Perkins, Ben E., Newby, Wllaon, M. li, Cow Creek, Ky. Hibbard. Charlea, Brocks, ICy. Herrcll, Luther, Peppers, N. C. N. C. Phillips, Edith, Wlldle, Ky. Wilson. Jas. It., Viper, Ky. Witt. Oraco, Witt Bprlnga. Ky. Hogg, Grant, l'oor Fork, ICy. Hibbard, Chas. B., Urock, Ky. Hyrd. Nola, BakersvlUe, N. C. Wilson, Myrtle, Conkllng, Ky. Plckard, Jno. II., Paint Lick, Ky. Young, Lydla, Uerea, Ky. Hounahcll, Grover C I'alnt Lick, Ky. Caldwell, Harry F., Grconfield, O. Hlgglns, Mollle, Mt. Sterling, ICy. Williamsburg, Winchester, Josephine, Ptckleslmer, Bess, Hager, Ky. Jasper, Arthur, Mlntonvlile, Ky. Calloway, John O.. Shells Mills, N. C. Hill, John W., Coopers, W. Va. ACADEMY Ky. Picrson, Charley, Sturgeon, Ky. Jaapor, Erneat Thomas, Manguai, ICy, Hilton, Jessa W Blackwood, Va. Campbell, Stella, Danville, ICy. Plgg, Pearl, Berea, ICy. Witt, Harry, Rice Station, Ky. Aiken, Cha3. II., Totodo, O. Jasper, Willie, Mlntonvlile, ICy. Ilobbs, Frank, Flncastle, Ky. Cantleld, Maurlco M., Uerea, Ky. Bailey, Dana, Marvin, Newton Falls, 0. McQulnnas, Lawrence, Krwln. Tenn. Wise, Mtlllgon a, Altamont, N. C. Hobson, Uaxton, Little Rock Creek, N. Pillado, Frank, Monte rosa, Asturlas. Capps, Kemp C, Greenfield, Tenn. Pitman, Llllle, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Wyatt, Clara Hazel, Bereo, Ky. llalley, Bldney, C., Cynthlana, ICy. McBwaln. Horace II, Blacksburg, 8. C. Carolina, Carbonell, Jose, San Juan, Porto Rico. Plumber, William. Goddard, ICy. Wyatt, Leroy, Dlsputanto, Ky. llnrrlnger, Marlon, Uerea, Ky. Miller, Alfrod Jackaon, Veraalllea. Ky. Carpenter, Eudora P., Altamont, N. C. Hogg, Grant, Poor Fork, Ky. Porter, Monroe, Uenge, Ky. Wynn, Fannie, Conway, Ky. lleecher, Gertrude C, Sanduiky, O. Tendleton, Francis, Whltesburg, Ky. Hogg, Jaa, Poor Fork, ICy. Click, Bessie. Hugh, Ky. Powell, Earslo, Berea, Ky. Wynn, Harrison, B., Conway, Ky. Bollamy, Lucy J., Ellxabethton, Tenn. Blnglcton, Oliver, Flumtree, N. C. llolllday, Lcnora, Berea, ICy. Click. Ora. Hugh, Ky. Powell, Frank, L., Berca, ICy. Wynn, Pearl, Bereo, Ky, Illitnkenshln. Hubert. Alexunder. N. C. Water, Lowla Hdgar, Fannvllle, Va, Hopkins, Arthur, Crab Orchard, Ky. Cloud, Henry F., Dixncy, Ky. Powell, Leila, Berca. ICy. Limine, Marahall, Btunford, Ky. Smallwooil, Itobert B., Fobworth, Ky. Hopkins, Ethel, Crab Orchard, ICy. Colo, Roy, Carlco, Ky. Ilowlea. Iaaao A., Tyner, Ky, Smith, Hurl, Jcffcrsonville, Ky. , Hopkins, John L., Crab Orchard, Ky. Collins. Wm. S., Dove. Ky. Bowman, David A. Marlon, N. C. D., WllllamsburB-- Ky. Bulllvan, lleuben Hosklns, Edmus, Wastota, Ky. Combs, Henry Clay, Bereo, Ky. Campbell, fjalllo Mae, Danville, Ky. Btrong, John Kdgar, Gate City, Va. Combs, Henry W., Hilliard. Ky. Hosklns, Rosa, Hosklnton, Ky. Coffey, Arthur, McKlnney, ICy. Steonrod, Courtland It., Dayton, O. Combs, Lillian, Bereo, Ky. Hosklns, Reno, Hosklnston, Ky. Comatock, Harry, Kalamaxoo, Mich. Thompson, Foster J., North Tatzell, Va. Congleton, Ethel, Idamay, ICy. Ilounshell, Q rover, I'alnt Lick, Ky. Cooney, Jamea C., Ennls, W, Va. ThurmYn, John Tlckney, Bonora, Ky. A COMPLETE LINE I , , Gi-o- . Kidder, Agnes I tlx, Detroit, Mich. Kllbourne, John 11., Appalachla, Vo. Llchwardt, Henry It., Detroit, Mich. Matson, Carlton K., Klngsvllle, O. Moore, Harold Amos, Danville, IIU Nlcolla, Blanche, Lancaster, O. Parkt-r- , Thomas, Alexandra, O. Hhultz, Francos II. Shawano, Wis. Ted ford. Charles, Kodallc, India. Ward. Walter Karl, Uoonevllle, N. Y. Wilson, Luther, Ituaaell Springs, Ky. NORMAL Abner, Arthur, Flncastle, Ky. Alslp, Jaa, Barton, ICy. Ilecknrll, Oscar. Illicit Creek, Ky. Cain. O. W., Bradley. Ky. Callahan, Joe, ltuscl Springs, Ky, Corinon, Orvlllr, Waynesburg, Ky. ChiMtnut, II. J., lllatt, Ky. Clem. W. 1.. Tatt, Ky. Collett, Lcandvr, Asher, Ky. Cole, Mitchell, Jr., Ulu, Ky, Crank, Cheater W Green Hall, Ky. Crawford, Chas. a, Uerea, Ky, Crawford, Geo. B., Uerea, Ky. Crawford, Jaa., Wolf, Ky. Creech, Laurence E., Berca, Ky. Creech, Ollle, Paint Lick, Ky. Day, Lona, Mandrake, Ky. Davis, Kdward P., Borea, Ky. Davis, Ilachel A., Clemmons, Ky, Davis, Bamuel It., Dreyfus, ICy. Day, KM, Mandrake, Ky, Day, Lawrence, Mandrake, Ky, Davidson, Joseph W., Somerset, Ky, Davidson, Shatter, Everaole, Ky. in Madison Co., $1.50 per month. service to any Delllnger, Thos., Altamont, N. C. Drew, Isabella, Iloblnet, Ky. Dye, Flak, Mlntonvlile, Ky. liasley, rjccll P., Nlcholasvllle, Ky. Klam, David, Brock, Ky. Elklns, Wm., Whites Station, ICy. Elliott, Nathan, Witt Springs, Ky. INCORPORATED Elliott, Robert E., Paint Lick, ICy. Emcnett, Granville J., UUzabethton, Tenn. Engle, Charlie, Ary, Ky, Ernbcrg, Axel II., Berca, ICy. Cooney, John C., Ennls, W. Va, FOUNDATION SCHOOL Estcs, Bhelby, Bcattyvlllo, Ky. Creech, John L., l'oor Fork, Ky. Abrams, Chas. B., Uerea, ICy. Eatridge, Gertrude, Berca, ICy. Curry, Fern, Hopewell, Ky. Abrams, China, Berca, Ky. Evcrsole, LIUlo R., Lite, Ky. DoGroce, Blown F Springfield, O. Abrams, Margaret, Big Hill, Ky. Farley, Myrtlo 8., Clear Fork, Ky. Dunbar, Lswls W., Union City, Ky. Abrams, l'carl, Big Hill, Ky. Farmer, Floyd, Hanford, Ky, Klllott, Foatcr, Kubank, Ky. Adams, Jackson, Flncastle, Ky. Farmer, Letcher, Banfonl, Ky. F.lllott, Ross, Mlddleburff, Ky. Akers, Lloyd, Flncastle, ICy. Farmer, Lowls, Lincoln, Ky. Ernberg, Otto, Berca, Ky. Farrls, Ruth, Louisville, Ky. Flint, Dorral A., Waah. Court Houao, O. Alexander, Lemon It., Compton, Ky. Allen. Wm, P., Leo City, Ky. Faulkner, Rose, M Uerea, Ky. Florence, George, Badlevllle, Ky. Allen, Wm. O. Bradley, Tinker, Ky. Fielder, Leonard, Iron Mound, ICy. Garrlott, Junulta, Lewlaburg, W. Va. Ambrose, Oracle U, Berca, Ky. . Flanory, Merton A., Uerea, Ky. Gllly, Dlllard A., Dig Btono Gap, Va. Anderson, Thelma, Bereo, ICy. Flancry, Winifred, Posoy, Ky. Hannah, Nevada, Wayneavllte, N. C. Anderson, A. Bradley, Haxcl Patch, Ky. Forrester, Wm. McKlnley, Calvin, Ky. Hatch, Walter, Grund Junction, Colo. Andes, Molly, Andes, Ky. Illrsvhy, Menno, Berne, Ind. Fowler, Dorothy, Berca, Ky. Arnett, Jennlng B., Duluth, ICy. Horton, II. Patrick, Spoors Ferry, Va. Franklin, WInford, Crossnoro, N. C. Bailey, Vcrna, Pennington, Va, Huff, Arthur It., Grayson, Ky. Frnzler, Troy, Smoot Creek, Ky. Bailey, Nannie, Crab Orchard, Ky. Hughea, Hubert, Sturgeon. Ky. French, Caleb, Berea, Ky. Bailey, Felman K., Glen Dean, Ky. Kllbourne, Mrtle, Appalachla, Va. French, West, Berca, Ky. Baker, Nettie, Illcetown, Ky. Fugate, Pearl, Stevenson, Ky. Littleton, Koscoe, Grayson, Ky. Baker. Beverly P., Laurel Creek, Ky. Ixihruutz, Abraham, Mound Hldge, Kan. Fulks, Zella F., Qosneyvllle, Ky. Baker, Wm. A., Uerea, Mala, Bernube, Albuuunjuc, N. Mex. Gabbard, Daniel U., Uerea, Ky. Bunks, Stanley, Mary, Ky. McAuley, Ernest, Parksvtlle, Ky. Gabbard, Nannie, Berea, Ky. Barret, Maggie D., Berea, ICy. Mclntyre, l'carl, Plcasuntvllle, Fa. Gabbard, Budle, M., Berea, Ky. Harrowm.in. Anna, Banner, Va. Melvln, Ed win, WalUenala, Tenn. Garland, Melton W Toocnnc, N. C. Baugh, ICatlo 13., Berea, Ky. Mrrrlactte, Ernest, Cooper, W. Va. Garland, Wlllard. It., Red Hill, N. C. Hayes, Phllmore, Salycrsvllle, Ky. Gay, Colson, Mistletoe, Ky. Mlcluul. Manna, Brown, W. Va, Benflold, Lizzie, I'lumtree. N. C. Million, J no. C, Bhlrley, III. Oay, McKlnley, McCrcary, Ky. Ilentley, Marjorle L, Whltesburg, Ky. Gilbert, Felix. Cain Creek, Ky. Murphy, Molvln, Itlclamond, Ky, Berry. Wm. E., Conway, ICy. Goodrich, Mary, Paint Lick, Ky. Murrcll, Henry G., London, Ky. Bcrryman Ollphant, Winchester. Ky. I'turson, Baraboo, Wis. Gouffon, Lillian, ICnoxvlllc, Tenn. Blcknell, Dwlght, Berea, Ky. l'eurson, Emilct-- , Baraboo, Wis. Grant, Uluffle, Berca, Ky. Blcknell. Paul, Berca, Ky. Iiobertson, Anna, Moorman, Ky. Gray, LIUlo P., Hale, Ky. Bayers, Kstlier, Wilmington, O. Smith, Daniel 11., Smith. ICy. Btanberry, Bertha, Humphrey, Ky. part Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, Flour, Meal, Sugar, Coffee Always The Best Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? ' Phone 60 R. J. ENGLE, Berfl. Ky. Ie, I. Hnnouncement clt Cincinnati U, dompnn FEBRUARY 1? Ooc-ch- HAYES GOTT V -' BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE PARKS PETTUS BEREA, CHESTNUT STREET, CBt, KENTUCKY HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES DOOLEY'S FOR EVERYTHING ' Prices,RiRht J. J) CLARKSTON GiveUs aCall MAIN STREET, near Bank TO EAT Bruos, PERFUMERY, ebicincs, Chemicals SOAP, SYRINOES, BRUSHES, COMBS, WATCHES, CLOCK8 AND JEWELRY We Handle The Purest and Best Goods In addition to the advantages of getting the very best grade of goods in our line at a reasonable price, we are in a position to show you how to obtain a handsome set of "ROGERS' SILVERWARE" at about .'. the regular price. one-thir- d PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard, Fish and Oysters. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Leaf Lard, guaranteed purr. KJdd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets. Berea, Ky. Highest market price paid for butter, eggs, chickens. Chester Parks The Feed Man PHONE 64. CALL AND INVESTIGATE U. B. ROBERTS. Pro. f Page Four. rim Citizen. February this good man calls across to you and says "Como and work for mo. I will uoo you right and pay you woll." Von think It over and decldo to go nnd that night you sleep In tho now homo. Tho next morning, In obedlonco to orders from your new employer, you hitch up tho team tils fields. One of drives past nnd cherry good morndown tho road hu your friends nnd . . tak. Finally tho second thv j ffi,,,,,! gayB( ! understand so nnd so I (mentioning your name) has quit old stingy nnd gono to work for Mr. Goodman, but I do not bcllovo It. Ho has been with tho old rnscnl too long. I do not bellcvo a word of It. He cannot quit him." "Well," answers your first friend, "I guess you will have to bellcvo It for I saw him 's just now out plowing with Mr. team nnd Mr. Goodumn's plow cn Mr. Goodumn's farm. It Is a fact nnd begin to plow jour old friends calls out to you n ing. A few mllos meets nnothcr of 15, 1912. ro w, Rcduso and Nuform or can now bo hoard around tho , world, and thoro Is no month and no ' weok of the year but what tho harvest Is being gathered In somowhorc. ' Tho statistics which will accompany tho moving' pictures In tho Chattel, Tuesday ovcnlng will bo of Interest to all thoso who have their eyes open for agricultural matters. REV. BENSON H, ROBERTS Contintirtl from Mgt one brought In from tho battlo of Corsets arc made of Fabrics n for their they find religion good for .,., thcmcslvcs, and wish you to have World-knowtho sumo blcsslnps? "As you go about this world you DURABILITY will not bo troubled by very many The who will Beck your welfare and STRENGTH great majority of pcoplo will bo Indifferent or hostile They caro not vhether you aro going up or down. You may sink or swim for all they care. They may know that you aro losing ground, missing great sinking In tho mire, but You pay less or get more they mnku no move to save you. all right." Often they exult In your downfall, Now you nro plowing In your and glvo a push to help you toward ntw employer's field, so witnessing to all your friends that you Imvo quit Miss Gladys Aldrlch, who Is tak. tho bottom. o "Hut theso Christian friends would tho service of your old employer and Ing tho nurse's training course, wns a , bring you Into tho Kingdom of God, cnl(Ted t,mt of 11,0 novv' Jll8t b0 o called to hor homo at Battlo Crock, a ,nto tho ,U0St 'vlmii T relnllon8 w , baptism o Is witness to the world that Mich., on account of tho Illness of a land tho highest servlco of which you have quit tho service of Satan o her mother. liiminnltf la fntinMn Tlll'V U'nlllll o NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A Tho Kentucky Educational Associating you Into touch with tho Infl-tlo- n whoso wages are tho wages of death, a nnd have entered, with all your heart VARIETY OF SOURCES will meet In Loulsvlllo on Juno o llo Ono. Theso Christian friends aro and soul nnd life nnd determination, 25, 26 nnd 27. Thero aro 11,000 'tno truost friends you will ever find tho servlco of Jesus Christ who has aoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaooaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa tenchsrs In Kentucky. How mnny n ti, WOrld." glvon you eternal life and whoso j Mr. W. II. Gabbard and family wcro will ba present? wages an; pence nnd happiness here visiting In town at tho first of the Prof. Louis c. Karplnskl, connected ; THE GREAT COMMISSION and glory hereafter. So you see bapBARGAIN IN LAND week. Berea as an Instructor In tho with Continued from ixgnmr tism Is necessary for It proves your Miss Dorothy Hayden, a student In years. 189S and 1S99 and now nt tho ,riif,r.n,nr.i n,i .,M sincerity of purposo to serve Christ A splendid bargain In 2'JS acres CITY PIIONK 153 tho Vocational Department wns call-o- d University ot Mlchlgnn, Ann Arbor, Ub waa cnptolti. They laughed at him, to tho end and without sincerity of stock and fruit farm. This Is real to hor homo In Connecticut a has just brought out a most interest- - but lwlMaK to tno retreating figure purposo there Is no Milvatloii. Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. good laud, nnd grows fine whlto bur-le- y short tlmo ago by the death of her numerals cf Napolcon ho crlcd, "Ho said SO, T. tobacco. 100 acres In woodland. And he Hint Belteveth not shall which Is a very Important contrlbu- - ,, .. ,,,. father, and will not return to school. nllIi DAN H. BRECK bo Damned. Tho best sar.d stono quarry In southA Baptismal service was held In tlon to the history of the science of found It was truo and ho held bis It might just us well read IS ern Indiana, flna for building and Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock the Chaiwl, Sunday afternoon, in- mathematics. Prof. Karplnskl retains position ns captain. You may not dimmed for It ono iiernlsts in unbelief fence posts. A good well, everlasta warm Interest In Berea and wo INSURANCE stead of tho regular afternoon ser ftel any dlflorent, people may laugh, he surely will be, for God says, "He ing spring nnd 2 good cisterns. A f. mon by Rev. Knight. At that tlmo shall hope to welcome hlra as n vis- tut God says so. He says "Ho that Will sign your bond. that oboyclh not tho Son shall not room house, splendid barn and all tclleveth on tho Son of God hath sco life, buttho wrath Richmond, Ky. ' 8' young ladles and about twenty itor here sometime. PhORe 505 of God nbpleth necessary outbuildings and good outTho annual meeting and dinner of everlasting life nnd shall not como 'young men were Immersed. Baptism let on public hlghwny. Free delivery. tho Union Church was an occasion Into condemnation, but is passed out cn him' In the form of sprinkling was adh. it N. TIME TABLE. Reason To lllustrato let me tell you a School and churches handy. of interest. Two hundred and twenty- - 'of death Into life." Will you take ministered to one young man. North Bound Local for wiling, falling health. For parti's'ry- - Wo will suposo a man living 10:65 p. m. 7:00 a. m. Knoxvllle Everybody is happy because they five sat down to dinner. Tho reports God at his word Just now tonight? culars call on or address Lee Hayes, were discussed with animation and Will you bellovo on Jesus as your In a log houso In tho great plno for 3:62 a. m. have been to Welch's. 1:04 p. m. BEREA Hilt ects of northern California. Ho Is n Fredrlcksburg, Intl.. Quarry tho business was dono with dispatch, Saviour? 7:45 a. m. , 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati I). 18. or Oscar L. Hayes, Mrs. J. M. Early and son, Wendell, piosiector digging In the mountain- Farm, It. F. thanks to tho careful arrangements Baptized. And is South Bound Local Berea, Ky. Wilt sell for 112.60 per spont from Saturday until Monday mado before hand. 8:15 p. m. with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Baptism is an act of obedience. side back of his hut day after day acre If taken at once. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati Holder of for gold. One morning a forest ran12:3,4 p. m. 12:33 a. in. London. BEREA A summary of tho reports has It Is a witness that you have given ger rides up nnd says, "Better ,ct 6:65 p. m. 5:6 a. m. Knoxvllls been published and can bo secured up tho servlco ot sin and nro now at FOR SALE Miss Etta Gay left last wcok for out of this valley, partner. Chief says Express Trains On Center Street a good lot known San Antonio, Tex., for a few weeks Is on fire nnd has sent mo tho forest Stop to take on and let off passento warn you." "Well, that Is very ns tho John Bales place. Houso and gers from beyond Dayton, O., or from visit. kind, but I do not believe thero Is barn on lot. Good reason for selllnij. Misses Bertha and Nannie RobinAtlanta, and beyond. any dangjr. Wo hnvo had brush fires i owe money.. I). N. Welch. son, who have been In Bcckley, W. South Bound I do not bellevo I need before. Va for the past seven months, re8:00 a, sa. Cincinnati to worry." "Well, do as you please. turned to Berea last Saturday. BEREA 11:44 a. m. ANNOUNCEMENT It Is for you to decide, but my chief Tho sale is over but we go on forNorth Bound sunt mo to warn you and havo dono ever at Welch's. BEREA 4:46 p. m. To tho Democrats and Cltlicns of my duty. Good day, sir." And hu 8:37 p. m. Cincinnati Tho C. E. Society of the Christian rides away. Tho prospector goes in- Mndlson County, Kentucky: I hereby church spent a delightful evening announce my candidacy to bis tunnel and digs all day. At Mrs. Sam Isaacs of Valley Viow at tho homo of Rev. and Mrs. Keltch, night ho comes out. Ho can suioll for tho offlco of Judge ot tho Madivisited at the homo of her daughter, last Friday. smoko nnd thero Is a red light in son County Ccurt, and I will appro-clat- o and bo under mnny obligations 'JKrs. J. K. Baker, the first of the Dr. Cowley made a professional vis-VULCAN and OLIVER Plows. tho sky way up tho valley, but still to you for your support. If nominatto 'McKee, Monday, Mrs. Cowley week. Lo does not bellevo thoro Is any danger bo goes to bed and sleeps until ed and dieted, I pledge myself to Messrs. Gran Hays and C. H. Bur-dtt- accompanying him. Altho they found THOMAS Harrows, Cultivators and made a business trip to Harlan tho road pretty bad, they returned toward morning when ho Is suddenly tho enforcement of tho laws against Tuesday afternoon. last, week. awakened by what bounds like an all offenders alike; to show no partiCorn Drills. Miss Mamie Gulun was home over oncoming tornado. Ho leaps from ality for or toward nny one; to do Ruby Smith left, Friday, for Miss Sunday. his bunk. Tho room is illuminated everything I can for tho advancement an extended visit with her uncle Ly a red glare. Looking through a cf good roads without favoring any Mr. Chester Parks, who Is ill with STUDEBAKER and OLD HICKORY and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Barnctt, who back window ho is horrified to seo (particular section ot tho County; to typhoid fever at tho home of Mr. and live near Richmond. j evoryeno having business in my Wagons. tho tall pines wraped in billows of treat Messrs. Will Branaman, A. Isaacs, Mrs. L. A. I'ettus, 1b Improving. office courttously nnd kindly; to flnmo that como rolling ou in a and Jack Baufflo wero In Florida lost j , Welch has decided to run his salo great red roaring mass of fire. welconio you in tho office at all A Complete Line' of Grass Seeds. for the balance of tho year practi- week on business. Rushing from tho houso ho goes rac times, nnd to see that tho tax payers In get full valuo for every cent of mon- Mr. J. W. VanWinklo of Mt. Vern- - cal,Jr no changes will be made ing through tho woods towards baf- y on has been spending soveral days ' I)r'ees. County. Hoping ' ety. but tho flames outrun him. Tho j in Berea. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ellis of Michl- consideration at a, 'avcraU loaves begin to smoko beneath hlst3 WANTED: All your turkeys and i gan, cousins to our lato Prof. Ellis, feet and bursts Into flume. The air juui li.iimc, i mu juura rery imiy, II. C. Rico. chickens at a good price. J. 8. Qott, are now stopping at Boone Tavern. is full of cinders, his clothing Is on Mr. Hardin Long, a former student Depot Street. flro In a dozen places. Suddenly he nu uepauraeui or uerea Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Burgess oilP1 100 trips and falls and before ho can last week for Paint Lick wero tho guests of Mr. rise tho mad flames sweep pust ami 2 cans Tomatoes nnd 1 Corn, 25c . .1 1 , f iiihuut Vuifl ho 'iVryi., where uuu iujb. cu II all Is over. Now, what killed that 3 cans Corn ovrivuer, ouiuruuy and " o a nniAMrnil Omi." ttr 25c ft n tLmo keep- Sunday. man? Someone bays the fire. No, 3 cans Peas 25c er for Lincoln unbelief killed him. Ho refubed to i 3 cans Pie Peaches Postmaster Welch has moved into 25c Mr. Flanery, who has charge of of tho Pastor, Rov. Benson II. Rob-ort- work for God. It shows to all tho bellevo tho warning In time to tho old Kerby houso on Center St. ' tho college Heavy Syrup Table Peaches, 20c farm took advantage of A now manual Is in preparation world that you moan business. It Is Ho waited too long and perishMiss Nina King and Mr. Robert j tho cold of Christ as your weather, and housed fifty or by tho clerk, Prof. Robertson, and u confcsi-Io25c ed. Just so "Ho that bellovcth not 2 cans Waldorf Corn Spenco spent from Friday until Sun moro Supposo you havo been working or ico in the silo. tons will ba Issued soon. bo damned." If you go on in 2 cans Waldorf Peas shall 25c day with friends, In London, Ky, Tho new greenhouso Is about com- for a mean stingy man that fed you sin, It you reject Christ, It you postMiss Henrietta Child of Cambridge, j Waldorf Tomatoes I5c Mass.. is mnkini? n. lenofhv fctnv ut pleted. 'Many plants are already in little, worked you hard and paid you pone becoming a Christian, you, my Navy Beans . . . 5c per pound in Cincinnati at the first of .the week Uoon(J money. Adjoining this In counterfeit yern sh(J ,g famllIarIzlng place. snuer friend, will wake up when It . on business. " ,,erself wUh thj) worklngB ot th() It Is reported that thero will be an man's land Is tho farm of a well to Is too lato and find yourself In hell, Choice Dried Peaches, Who sold everybody didn't trade College. town this summer lor do, generous, kind hearted man, who automobllo In "Ho that belluveth not lost forever. AT v Public service. Won't wo all go to treats his help llko men, feeds them shall bo damned." ,t,8 ft Btory that nover growg v.".. A, woll, and pays thom In good new Hlchmond, tho? Robinson and family i "Save that difference." Mr. T. When Dwight L. Moody was ascrisp bills and shining coin. For a have moved from Center St. to tho Mr. C. M. Salter, the Cincinnati flong tlmo you havo toiled and slaved sistant iu ono of tho hospitals dur- Dr. Robinson place on Chestnut St. 6ABBARD BEVINS j representative, for the Aluminum tho Civil Wur a soldier was for tho hard master, but ono day' Delivers Any Time MIs3 Stella Blcknell was nt home Cooking Utensil Co., was in town last at tho first of the week. week in the interests of his company. placo Mr. B. II. Gabbard of this Miss Bertha Robinson and sister, Norman AJlan "Josto' called a and Miss Alma Leo Bevlns, whoso Nannie, havo been visiting friends few days ago at The Citizen office, homo is near Kingston, wero quietly and relatives In town, this week. uml confided to tho editor, that ho married at Richmond, last Saturday will continue for few nau recently learned tnat when a aftornoon. Mr. and 'Mrs. Gabbard ro- man startH out to kill a skunk he more days on all turned to Berea, Sunday, and will must expect to ralso a stink. live at Mr. Gabbard's homo on CenTo do tho greatest good to tho ter St. They havo tho best wishes gOOdS. greatest number of peoplo Is tho ot their many friends for a happy slogan at Wolch's. and successful life. The best way on earth to do so Mr. H. C. Brewer, now of RichSuits & Overcoats Ladies Ladies' Long Coats is to buy candy, pencils, tablets, mond, formerly of Sturgeon. Owslev FREE MOVING PICTURE SHOW composition books, neckwear, Co., was In Berea, Monday and Tucs-.daWORTH $20.00 for $14.50 WORTH $10.00 for $7.00 WORTH $15.00 for $10 50 hosiery, post cards, jewelry, Mr. Brower was a student hero WORTH $15.00 for $10.50 WORTH chinaware, and get all your about nine years ago and was much $7.00 for $4.75 WORTH $12.50 for $8 75 Tho Romance of tho Reaper, in needs supplied at : : : : WORTH $10.00 for $7.50 Interested In tho growth of tho school. tho Collego Chapel, Tuesday evening. WORTH for $3.50 $5.00 WORTH $10.00 for $7.50 Ho calls Tho Citizen his paper. Tho moving picture show noxt Tues20th, will bo ot InTho Collego has Just completed an THE RACKET STORE expensive fill on Jackson St. which day ovcnlng, tho of Berea and vicinity Tkis is only a few of tke Bargains we are offering. All Winter goods have terest to farmers Is presented to the town as u volunas well as students. It is an exhibibeen greatly reduced. NOW is the time to buy if you want to SAVE MONEY tary contribution. Tho total ot such tion given by tho International HarAnd don't forget the music and improvements on Jackson St., Estill vester Company, showing the growth the place. Everybody knows St., Ellipse St, and elsewhere, thus of their business and tho Influence "THE QUALITY STORE" OF where to find "THE RACKET quietly donated to the Improvement of tho reaper upon tho agricultural STORE." of tho town amounts to much moro growth In this and all other agricul- BEREA, KENTUCKY than Is commonly remembered. tural countries. The click of tho reap- - CO YLE'S DRY GOODS STORE Good-uinu- ooaoaoaoaoooooaooaoaooaooooaoiooaottooaoao LOCAL PAGE 1 ! ' DR. BEST, DENTIST and Moody was asked to go and spenk to him before ho died. Moody asked him If ho was ready to meet his great Commander. Ho shook his bond. Moody tried to mako tho way plain to him. Ho talked and argued, but Uio dying man seemed unnblo to grasp tho truth until finally ho opened his lllblo and read fiom John tho third chapter thoso precious words, "As Moses lifted up tho Bcriwnt In tho wlldorncss even up i to must tho son of man bo lifted bcllovotli In Mm Hint whosoever should not perish but hnvo everlasting life." "Is that there?'' laid tho noldlor. "Head It again." And Moody nnd It cgnln. "Read It onco more," Mid tho foldlcr. "Such good words it I want to hear them." Ho read tho third tlmo. The soldier rUlug upeagerly on Ms elbow, and looking Into tho face of Moody said "Pleaso rend It onco more." And Moody read In It ncaln. "Whoever bllonth g him should not ersh but have life," 'That Is enough, " said the soldier, "that Is enough," and smiling closed his eyes. In tho mornhim again, ing Moody wont to but tho nurso said ho bad gone "He died In tho night at peace, murmur- lug thoso words to tho end, Wlioso- eer bollevoth In hi in should not orlsh but have everlasting life." Will you believe toulght, my friend? Will you nccept Jesus Christ Just now? God help you to do It. Amen. over-listinS'-- o '.,, ., F A RM E R S 1 It to ''T 1 K"?ftre , "Save the Difference" s. ( ij. I I 12c 'S TATUM'S ( KEEP SWEET HKMHIBMH Skirts Reduced Prices a winter I y. ::::::: HAYES & GOTT Frbrunrv i r o 1 1, THE CITIZEN. Pace Five. Gigantic Sale! IB o Great Reduction on Everything Throughout the Entire Line 10 to 50 per cent off Carpets and Rugs Brussel Rugs 9 x 12 Seamless Velvet Rugs 9 x 12 Ingrain Rugs Other Sizes Priced in Proportion 1 x 2 yd. Velvet or Axminster Rugs- 9 x 12 $7.75 each $15.00 each $3.75 each $1.50 to $2.25 $1.00 to $1.50 20c to 30c per yd. 10c to 20c per yd. Feb. 17 to 29 INCLUSIVE & co i r o .... .... " - o 3 CD 30 x 60 in. " " " co o o o Ingrain Carpet 1000 yards Matting worth 15c to 30c, now Stoves and Ranges Nearly two car loads of the celebrated "Foster" stoves and Ranges the knows the prices have price of which was never before reduced. Everybody Now take off been 10 per cent less than any competition can sell equal value. The only stove sold with an 10 per cent more and you have the sale price. unlimited guarantee. uo enough to make room for CAR LOADS of goods bought for Spring trade. THIS SALE, THE FIRST of it's kind. and possibly the only one that will be held in Madison County, giving you the opportunity to get a complete outfit or refurnish any" part of your home at such unheard-o- f low prices as will be found here. Come early while the assortment is large and complete. ENTIRE STOCK must be sold or reduced 2. O 3 W w Buggies and Harness Nearly a car load of "Old Hickory" buggies and Another every one has to go, regardless of the price. car coming 1st of March. I need the room. Steel tire buggies l4 leather top, worth $55.00, sale price $39.00 Rubber tire buggies '4. leather top worth $65.00, sale price $49.00 Best quality $100.00 Rubber tire buggies sale price $75.00 $125.00 surrey, sale price $90.00 Other styles in proportion. Who ever heard of. a cut price Buggy Sale right at the season to sell and use buggies. I need the room and the cash and you need the buggies. Get first choice. MISCELLANEOUS 20 per cent off $10.00 Guaranteed Felt Mattresses, " " " "" 20 " 8.00 " " "" 10 " 5.00 Combination $2.48 per pair Wool Blankets Large Size, $25.00 $35.00 Brass Beds for " " $20.00 $30.00 " " $10.00 $15.00 $6.75 each post Snow White Iron Beds, 100 other Iron Beds, worth $2 to $7, Sale Price $1.50 to $5.00 Davenports, full size Leatherette, worth $15, Sale Price $10.00 $6.75 $10.00 Dressers, Sale Price, " " $11.00 $15.00 ch .- -I -1 Heating Stoves - ... .... u to O 20 per cent off DON'T FAIL TO READ UP AND DOWN THE MARGIN OF THIS BILL O CO I ABSOLUTELY O o FREE! I A beautiful $30.00 Foster Range with High Closet and Reservoir to the person guessing nearest to the wholesale invoice price of this entire stock of goods taken Feb. 15, 1912. This invoice includes all Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Stoves, Ranges, Wall Paper, Buggies, Harness, Unertaking and Undertaking Accessories, Wire Fence, Roofing, Oliver Cultivators, two car loads of Globe, Mt. Pleasant and Equity Fertilizers. With each and every dollar purchase, or account paid off, during this sale, you will be allowed a guess which, together with your name, will be recorded. This invoice 1 pledge myself to keep a secret until the last day of the sale at or near three o'clock when it shall be announced and the prize awarded. Each competitor for this prize must be present at the time announced in order to receive it. You will be given all the time and opportunity you desire to go through, examine and make your estimate of this invoice. r3 CD o CD CD "The Furniture Man" BEREA, KY. 0 Pt Six. THE CITIZEN. February 15, 1912 I r" -- 0 w-- m rsi rii-- i to4 0 S ieiIAS W.ROSSEH corvMiCMr toio ov tmf crNTunvco COPYCPCHT OV STER ThC SUCCESS CO Don't you seo? Isn't It clear?" "It's qulto clear that tho brains of Ibis expedition aro In that pretty Bead of yours," he said. "Yea, I think you're right." Then, after a pause, bo added, with an enigmatical look at her: "Don't be too hard on Tom, ray dear, because you seo tho circumstances are hard enough on him already." She mado a little gcaturn of Impatience. "They'ro not halt as hard on him ns they aro on Mr. Cayley." "Oh, I don't know," tho old gentleman answered. 'Tako It by and largo, I should ay that Cayloy was ed him to. playing In luck." CHAPTER VI. Tom'a Confession. nnd we'd been nbotit half quarreling vll day, and I didn't feel quarrelsome any more, and I thought my big brother's hand would feel woll grateful and comforting, you know." She was curious as to why be wnnt-ethe explanation, but sho glvo It to him unhesitatingly, without tho faint est touch of coquetry or embarrassment. "I can't remember back to the time," sho continued, "when I didn't do things like that to you, Just ns you did to mc, and neither of us over wanted an explanation before. Are you trying to make up your mind to disown mo, or something?" He loaned back moodily Into his tender-hcartJ- . d 5? At Intervals during the day those were going wrong with you. I dWn't enigmatical words of Mr. Fnnshaw's oven suspect it until this morning, recurred to tho girl with tho reflection when Uncle Jerry said" that they wanted serious thinking "What!" Tom interrupted. ' What over, at tho first convenient oppor- does tho governor know about It? tunity. Hut tho day woro away and What did he Bay?" tho opportunity did not appear. "Why, nothing, but that you wero Tho captain of tho yacht his namo playing in rather hahl luck, he was Warner was on shoro in com- thought, and that I was to be nlro to mand of tho searching party, but the you. Is the world going badly realfirst officer. Mr. Scales, remained on ly badly really badly?" board. Ho was In possession of all "Yos." That curt monosyllnblewaa the data, though they had not told him evidently all the answer be mrant to tho story of I'hlllp Cayley's old rela make. At that she gave up all atHon with the niurdrod mart.' tempt to console him, dropped back Hit Eyes Did Not Turn to "It stands to reason," he said, "that In her chair nnd cuddled a little deephave for you the old love or tho only party of white men that could er down under her bear skin, her face, love be hero would be the survivors of tho s nway from him, turned not, Tom, but unless you'ro very careThrew It Far Out Into the Water. Fielding expedition. We know from toward that part of the sky that was ful, you'll succeed In doing It. I don't sation against you was so easily dis tho news that jiung Mr. Fanshaw already becoming glorious with the think I want to talk to you any SYNOPSIS. morn now, not even sit hero besldo proved." brought aboard that thero la one such tints of sunset. "Disproved?" he questioned. "That survivor here. If thoro were any "You've never had any doubt at all, you. I'm going to take n llttlo walk." I'hlllp Cayley, accused of a crime or He held himself rigidly until till she which lie Is not guilty, resigns from ths beautiful faith of yours can't bo called considerable number of them left. have you, that I really deserved the army In disgrace and his affection for proof." enough to walk across the Job of being your big brother; that had disappeared round the end of the his friend, Lieut. Perry Hunter, turns to Then he bent over and "I meant Just what I said dls glaclor, wo could be sure they'd be I was that qulto as genuinely as If I deckhouse. hatred. Cayley seeks solitude, where he burled his face In his bands' perfects a (lying machine While soaring proved. They shall admit It when I go hero on tho shoro waiting for us. Wo had been born that wny?" over the Arctic regions, lie picks up a back on What the thing wns thnt roused him dock. Won't you won't you could bo certain they would have "No," sho said; "of course not, Tom, urlously shaped stick he had seen In the give us a chance to disbelieve the old made somo attempt to signal U3 ar assassin s hand. Mounting again, he disWhat put such an Idea Into to bis present surroundings ho never Decovers a yacht anchored In the bay. know. Ho was conscious of no sound. soon as they sighted us. scending near the steamer, he meets a story, too?" girl on an Ice floe. He learns that the "I can nover explain that now," he If they weren't white men but In He palea u llttlo, and It was a mln hut suddenly he sat erect and stared girl's namo Is Jeanno Fielding and that the yacht has come north to seek signs said; "can never lay that phantom, dians Chucotos they'd havo been ute or two beforo be could command about him In amazement. It had grown of her father. Captain Fielding, on arctic never in the world." qulto as glad as white men to get a the words he wanted, to his lips. "He- - qulto dark. It must bo two or threo eiplorcr. A party from the yacht Is ma"I am sorry," she said holding out chance to go back with us as far as causo of my hopes, I suppore," hu hours since Jeanne had left tho chair king search ashoro. After Cayley departs Jxanno finds that he had dropped a her hand to him. "I wish you'd give St Michaels. And In the third place, said unsteadily, "because had hoped. beside bint and announced that she ously-shaped stick. Captain 1'ianck and If they woro not Chucotes, but somo absurdly enough, for tho other an was going to take n llttlo walk. the surviving crew of his wrecked whaler us a chance. Goodby." n Ho spoke her name, not loudly at are In hiding on the coast. A giant This time he took the hand, bowed strange, unknown, murderous band of swer. You asked as a Joko a whllo named Iloscoe. had murdered Fielding over It and pressed it lightly to his aborigines, there wouldn't have been back If I meant to disown jou. Well, first, for ho thought sho must bu closo and his two companions, after the explorer had revealed the location of an lips. Then, without any other faro-we- even one survivor of tho Fielding ex- I do, from that relationship because, by. Hut the Infinite, silent spaces enormous ledge of puro gold. Iloscoe then than that, ho dropped down Into pedition. took command of the party. It develops I'm not fit for tho Job; because be- seemed to absorb tho sound of his that tho ruffian had committed tho mur- dinghy and waa rowed back to tho Thero was no sign that any "Of course that's not an absolute cause 1'vo como to love you In tho voice. der witnessed by Cayley. Iloscoe plans floo water-tigh- t sentient thing, .except his vory self, back to hla wings. lino of reasoning, but it other way." to capture the yacht and escape with a big load of gold. Jeanne tells Fanshaw, When sho returned to the deck she seems to me thore Is a tremendous Sho looked at htm In perfectly blank had heard the words ho uttorcd. Then owner of the yacht, about the visit of the found that Mr. Fanshaw had gono probability that it's right, and thnt astonishment. H would not meet her ho called louder. and shows him the stick left by Cayley. Tbo steps wero rather difficult to Kanshuw declares that It Is an around to tho other side of It to see this flying man has lost his wits." eyes, his own, their pupils almost Eskimo throw! used to shoot I)y four o'clock they had decided tako to the air. parallel, gazed out, unseeing, beyond negotiate, but by using both bands darts. Tom Fanshaw returns from the tho searching party with a sprained ankle, to supplement his ono good foot, bo Hut Tom sat, rigid, whero ho was. that, whether or not the her. l'erry Hunter Is found murdirwl and Cayley Is accused of the crime but Jeanne For the first time that sho could re- story might be true, it was high tlmo Slowry her color mounted until sho succeeded In creeping down them, nnd relieves him innocent. member, he was regarding her with to send a relief party ashoro to tlnd felt her whole face burning. "I didn't then In making his way along the coropen anger. "I knew," ho said, "that tho lost ones. know," sho said. "You shouldn't have ridor to tho girl's door. , CHAPTER V. Continued. He knocked faintly at first; then you never liked Hunter, though I never At flvo o'clock accordingly, tho re let mo go on thinking " louder, and finally cried out her namo could see why you should dislike him; lief expedition went ashore, and Tom "I didn't know myself until today,' "I might have saved him," he mur- and It didn't take two minutes to seo Fanshaw and tho girl wero left alono ho Interrupted her stormlly, "I didn't again, this time In genulno alarm. Ho mured brokenly, "If I bad not hung that this man Cayley, with his wings on the yacht. know I know, that Is. Hut when taw triod tho door, found that it was not aloft there too long, Just out of curi- and his romance, had fascinated you. locked, and opening it and switching Two hours later, perhaps, after they you put osity; if they had been men to me Hut in spite of that, I thought you had had eaten the supper which Jeanne Cayley, I your hands on that villain on .t light, perceived that the statewanted to kill him, and In Instead of puppets. Hut when 1 a better senso of Justice than you had concocted In tho galloy, they sat. that same flash I know why I wanted room was empty. guessed what their Intent was, guessed showed Ho heard footsteps crossing tho sldo by side, In their comfortablo deck to." Just now." that It was something sinister it was Sho flushed a little. "My sense of chairs, gazing out across the Turning suddenly to look at her, he deck overhead. No, that could not bo curl-oudone before I could interfere I saw Justlco seems to be hotter than your The evening woa unusually mild, tho saw that bIio had burled her face In Jeanne; It was a heavy tread, a blm going backwards over the brink this morning, Tom," shuflllng tread. she answered thermometer showing only a degree or her bands and wbb crying forlornly, of a flssuro in tho Ice, tugging at a quietly. He closed tho door behind htm. Then sho unslung her bin- two below freezing, nnd hero In tho "Oh, I am a concluded, "to dart that was in his throat. And oculars again and, turning her back leo of the deckhouse they hardly havo told youbruto," he In Then ho limped slowly down tho corabout It this way." , when they had gono his murde- upon blm, gazed 'out needed their furs. shoreward. "What does the way matter? That's ridor toward tho foot of tho compan-lonwayrers" Tho heavy tread was already They had sat thero In silence a long not what makes It hard. It's loving "I am getting worried about our "They?" sho cried. "Was there shore party," she remarked, as If by whllo. Tom'a promise that they would you so much, the way I do, and having descending tho stairs. more than one?" He turned tho corner, stopped short way of discontinuing the quarrel. "If keep a brisk lookout against a pos to hurt you. It's having to lose my "Yes," ho Bald, "thero was a party. there aro ten or twelve men living sible attack on the yacht, had passed brother tho only brother I ever had." and gasped. And that waa all. There There must have been ten or twolve there. In hiding from us, willing to do utterly from both their minds. It Thero was a long, miserable sllenco was no tlmo oven for a cry. Ho h .d at least. When they had gone I flow unprovoked murder, when they can was so still so dead still; tho world after that. Finally ho said: "Jeanne, caught ono glimpse, of a monstrous down and picked up that stick, which with Impunity" figure clad In skins, huge In bulk, about them was so utterly empty as If you do love mo as much as that one of them had dropped And to hairy-facellko n gorilla. "So you believed that part of the to make any thought of such an at- tho way you do, not tho way I love think I might havo saved blm!" And then, tho man or boast bad, story, too, did you?" Tom interrupted. tack seem preposterous. you. but lovo mo any way could you Her hand still rested on his arm. Finally the girl seemed to rouse hercould you marry ine'Just the same? with beastllko quickness, lifted his Sho did not answer his quostion at "I'm glad you told mo," she said. Sho self from the train of thought-tha- t I'd never havo any thought In tho arm and struck. And Tom Fanshaw felt tho arm stiffen suddenly at the all, but turned her attention shore- had preoccupied her mind, straighten- world but of making you happy. And dropped down at his feet; senseless. ward again. sound of Tom FanBhaw's voice. ed up a little and turned for a look I'd always bo there; you could count A moment later sho closed her binyour hand away! Can "Jeanno, tako CHAPTER Vll. Into her companion's face. Hut this on mo, you know." you touch a man like that? Can you oculars with a snap, and walked "Don't!" sho Interrupted curtly. " but there, with a nround to tho other sldo of the deck, llttlo movement of her body failed to believe tho' lies The Rosewood Dox. rouso him. His eyes did not to peremptory gesture, his father si- whero Mr. Fanshaw, leaning bis el- meet hers, but remained fixed turn tho "Don't talk like that, Tom." Sho shivpassion On tbo girl, Tom on bows on tho rail, was looking out ered, and drew away from blm with ate, stormy avowal Fnnshaw's effect of lenced him. had the far horizon. HU.e movement somewhere near across tho a Hut even ho exclaimed at tho girl's It loft a sort of moral earthquake A moment inter sho stretched out a okln to disgust "Well," ho asked briskly, as sho next action, for sho stooped, picked up the ground beneath hor fcut suddenly hand and explored for his beneath tho Ho winced at it, and reddened. the dart which lay at camo up and laid on affectionate arm great whlto unstable and treacherous; It threaten skin that covered Philip Cayley's feet, and handed It to across his shoulder, "I supposo you've blm, found It bear Interlocked her fin- Then, In a voice that Bounded curious- ed to bring down about bur ears tho and ly thick to her, curiously unlike his been telling Tom why you did it why blm. "Throw it away, please" she gers with his. At that, ho pulled him- own, he asked a question: "If I had wholo structure of her life. Tho very nald, "overboard, and as far as you you mado Cayley throw that dart upon for shelter away, I mean; but you'll havo to tell self up, with a start, aud abruptly told you all this a month ago told thing buo bad relied can." Bccurlty against outBlde troubles me, too. I can't figure It out You withdrew his own front (he contact. you how I felt toward you, and asked and Kvn before tho other uirn cried She colored a UtUo, and her brows you, loving me the way you do, to nnd dangers, was, on the tnstnnt, out at his doing tho thing sho had had something In mind, I'm sure." fraught with a greater dangor than knitted In perplexity. "What an old marry mo Just the same, would you? "I haven't been tolling Tom," oho asked him to, ho hesitated and looked bear you aro, Tom," sho said. "What's Oh, I supposo you would havo re- any of them. said. "He doesn't seem In a very at her In some surprise. For tho first few moments after his the matter today? It's not a bit Uko fused. Hut would you havo shuddered "Do It, please," sho commanded; "I reasonable mood this morning. Hut I you to sulk Just becauso wo disagree and shrunk nway from mo llko that?" avowal sbo hud felt no emotion other did. havo something In mind. I waa It seriously." ask than that of astonishment and In ubout something. Wo dlsagrco all tho "Did I Bhudder and shrink nway?" credulity. Kven when ho asked her Tom Fanshaw started out of his proving that Mr. Cayloy couldn't time, but you've never boon Uko this I It. be tho man who had committed "I didn't know she asked. chair; tbon, as an Intolerable twinge If sho could not marry hlra. anyway, to mo before." angry; I'm not uow. Hut-- but though tho question revolted her, sho from his anklo stopped him, he tho murder." "I always told you I waa a sullen wasn't "1 BUEpectod it was that," ho said. droppod back again. His father moved that was a terrible thltig you told tho truth In saying that Bho was brute when things went wrong with quickly forward, too, but chocked "It's tho atlck that proves it really," mo, although you never would believe asked of mo." not angry. tho surprlso In his face giving sho said. "You remember how puz- it," hu said. "I'm sorry." "Would It havu struck you ns hop Tbo auger camo later, but It burned way to curiosity. At a general thing. zled you were because tho end of It I "I don't want you to bo sorry," sho rlblo," bo persisted, "If had asked it Into a flume that was oil tho hottor Jranno Melding knew what sho was which you held It by wouldn't fit your told him; "I Just want yu to bu a few ii month ago?" for IU tardlnesu In kindling. It must about. she answered havo an outlet somewhere, and as "Perhaps not," hand? I discovered why that was shades moro cheerful." i. Philip Cayley took the dart and whon you sent me in to got It a short Ho seemed not to bo able to glvo thoughtfully. "I've changed a good Bitch, Uio promonndo up and down tbo throw It far out Into the water. while ago. It's a stick, It her what sho wished, however, for he deal In tho last month Blnco. wo other sldo of tho deck was altogether Thero wrs one moro surprlso In fltc the palm of your left hand per- lapsed again Into his moody abstrac- sulled away from San Francisco and Insuinclont storo for the two Fanshaws. When fectly. You'll find that that Is so tion. Hut after a few minutes more left tho world behind uh our world Tho Bight of n small boat at the Cayley, without n glance toward eith- when you try It. And Mr, Cayley is of silence, ho and camo out Into this great whlto foot of tho accommodation ladder turned upon her with a er of them, walked out on the upper question that astonished hor. "What empty one. I don't know why that Is." seemed to offer something better. Ho, landing of tho accommodation laddor, Tho old man nodded rather dubi- did you do that for. Just now?" "I know." Mo wns speaking with a pulling on a pair of fur gauntlets, sbo the sv.'rl accompanied him, and, aide ously. "Cayley may be ambidextrouB, At first sho was In doubt as to what sort of brutal Intensity that startled dropped Into it, cast oft the painter. oy ride with him, descended tho little for anything you know," ho objected. act of hers, ho referred to. "Do you hor. "I know. It's not In tho last shipped tho pair of light oars It constairway, at whose foot tho dinghy Sho had hor rojolnder ready: "Hut mean my hand?" alio asked, after look- month you've changed; It's within tho tained, nnd rowed away without nny waited you saw and thought of hor destination of nuy this stick, Uncla Jerry, dear, was ing at him In puzzled curiosity for a lost 24 hours; lt'n "You are still determined on that made for a man who couldn't throw moment fell In lovo with that murderous lying destination whatever; without oven, resolution of yours, art) you. to aban- wjth his right hand, and Mr. Cayley nvvery clear Idea of what sho was do bruto of a Cayley." Ho nodded. don us all for the second tliuo all can. He did It perfectly easily, and "Why because I was feeling a llt"I don't know," sho said very quiet- ing. 8bo must do something; that humankind, I mean? This later accu without suspecting at all why I want- - tlo lonisome, I suppose, and sort of ly, "whether you'ro tryln- - to kill t was all sho knew. Certainly she pulled 1 three-quarterable-bodie- d curi1 ruf-mall Jky-ma- n sky-ma- n sky-man'- s 1 Ice-flolco-floblood-stainepos-slbl- y him-self, right-banded.- chair without answering her After a little perplexed silence, she spoko again. "I didn't know things Hers, Dut Remained Fixed. nway from the yacht'fl Hide lth nt Idea that sho was running Into any possible dangor. It was half n mile, perhaps, from the yacht to the particular bit of shelving beach toward which aho unconsciously propelled tho boat Sho rowed steadily, without so much as a glance over her shoulder, until ho felt tho grnte of the sblnglo beneath tho how. Sho became aware, not only that sho had unconsciously come ashore, but0nlso that tho yncht wan nowhero to be seen. A bank of fog had como rolling In from tho eastward, so heavy as to render an object 100 paces away totally Invisible. Tho clump of empty buildings here on tho beach could hardly be half that dis- could sheds, wlndowlcs. absolutely tare, never hnvlng Berved, evidently, nny other purpose than that of storage. Hut tho third, and largest, as sho remembered It, offered a shelter that waa becoming attractive. Thero wrro somo rude bunks In It where sho pulled It high up m tho beach. Tho fog mndo tho air 8"em cold, though for tho arctic It was a mild night. Two of the abandoned buildings on tho beach behind her were mcru tance, as she remembered, yet tooklcg round from her seat In the row bout, she could make out no moro than their blurred masses agulnst the whlto Ice and sand which surrounded them. She scrambled out of tho boat and unless sho was mistaken, Scales had left In the hut a candlo which they had used In exploring IU dark Interior. Sho hail a box of wax vestts In her pockot. Sho cuuld go In thero and make herself at homo, and at tho same tlmo keep an alert car for a hall from tho yacht. half-burne- rot comfortably enough; and, Sho found tho candlo In tho pliu whero sho remembered Scales had laid It down, struck n light and wedged the candlo Into a knot-holSho turned townrd ono of the but:ks with tho Idea of stretching out there, and by relaxing her muscles, persuade, lax, too. She had taken a step toward It Indeed, beforo sho saw, through thn murk and candle Hmoke, tho thing that lay right beforo her eyes a rather large, brass-bounrosewood box nr chest It had not been hero In tlio Afternoon when tbey had entered tho place, for I hoy had searched Its baro Interior thoroughly In tho hopo that mere might bo something which previous Investigators had overlooked. This box, six Inches high and n foot long, or more, could not havo been hero then. It waa standing now In the most conspicuous place In tho room In tho very middle, of tho bunk. (TO lit: CONTINttKI).) Need for Two Collars. Having bought a dog that ho n Washington Heights man took to buy a dog collar. The dog had a neck nearly an big as his head and tho dealer advised tho man to buy two collars. "What forr said tho man, "Ho's got only ono neck, so I guess ho can get along with ouly ono collar, can't d un-d- perhaps, her overstrung nerves to re- so," said tho dealer, so the mnn went awuy leading tho dog br hlti now collar and chain. In less than a week ho brought the dog buck. "I'm afraid I can't keep him." h said. "Ho Is too obstreperous. can't keep Mm tied up. His neck Is the biggest part of him and ho Is o.i strong ns an ox. therefore It Is a slnch for him to slip his collar off." "That Is why I wanted you to tako two collars." said the dealer. "Put both on and fasten the chain to the back collar and he can tug away all night without getting loose, lie may commit suicide, but he vua't get loo.k." he'" "Mabe I February 15, 1912 FEW RECORD-BREAKING THE CITIZEN COWS Rtmarkable Strides Made by Dairy Cattle During Past Half Dozen Years Few Results. Page Seven. Man's Appeal to Himself , It would atartlo a dairyman of 40 yesrs ago to look at some of tho records established recently by leadjng By Rev. J. H. Ralston, Secredairy breeds In America. Then a cow that would produce 27,432 pounds tnllk tary Correspondence DepartIn a year would have ben considered ment, Moody Bible Institute, EXCELLENT AS ROOT CUTTER is prosperous in tho old world looked Chicago upon Columbus' Idea of the earth beHome-Mad- e Affair Prove Equally Ef ing round. Howover, Colantha 4lh fectlve, as Fancy Priced Implement Johanna, tho famous Holsteln cow, How It It Made. produccil thst amount of milk under TKXT.My soul, wait tliou only upon careful supervision. It tested 3.C4 por Ooil! far mjr txpctatlon Is from Mm. I havo a root cutter that I made cent butter fat, being n total of 998 Is. Z: I. which does the business Junt a well pounds butter fat for the year. Theso wer tha ns olio that would coat u fancy price. Another Ilolstolu, I.unde Korndyke, words of a man njrfl a writer In tho Ornngo Jodd wns n clone second, 20,192 with of affairs, one Farmer. I can cut bushel of roots pounds milk to her credit for a year, who had attained In less than two minutes. Anyone whloh tested 3.33 'per cent, or a total the highest posl hnudy with a saw and hammer can of 872 pounds butter fat. lion within reach, mnko ono Illio it. However, all good cows aro not and that not by MbKo a box, a, 8x10x12 Inch. For Holstclns. Ileadern will recall the reheredity or tbe all Jo, b, uao two pieces of Inch markable record of the Guernsey cow, chance, but by the board 1V4 inches wide and 2R Inches Dolly IMmpIo. She produced 18,808 force of hi qualipounds milk In n year which tested ties; yet withal a out 878 pounds fat. man very human, Jersoy breeders havo something to a man who knew brag abouL Jacob Irene produced the depths of sin 17,253 pounds milk In n year, which as well as tbs yielded 952 pounds butter fat. Anothheights or Intier Jersey cow, Olga 4th's I'rlde. gave mate communion 1C.275 pounds milk, producing 871 and with God pounds butter fat In a year A third Jersey, 8ophlo 10th. whllo giving only this man called on his soul to wait 14,373 pounds milk, mado S54 pounds KlMAnONAL SUNMrSGDOI I.n..l)lrrtnnlOon, f BT. William Rrana,imtuuta, CDIeato. Mou4 Sltl LESSON FOR FEBRUARY BE RE A Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talent? What Are Your Aims? Bcrea Has the Training That is Best For YOU. Arc you not far advanced? Then enter tbe FOUNDATION (SCHOOL, Thoa. A. Edvards, Superintendent. Here you will bp placed with others like yourself, under a special teacher, and mnke mott rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and tho common branches and be ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, farm and household management, and free One year In the Foundation School costs less than $90 and Is worth $1,000. Ate you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here you will be so trained that you will fear no examination, and you wilt be taught how to teach. The demnnd for IJcrca trained teachers far exceeds thu supply. Are you Interested in earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Business Course, Etc. Printing and Hero you soon doublu your earning power, and learn to enjoy doing toxt-bookBook-Bindin- Lesson 18. MINISTRY OF JOHN THE DAPTI8T. LESSON TKXT Mark 1:14: l.uke M-- . MKMOItT VI!ItSKS-L- nk 3:8, 9 or 1. GOI.DKN TKXT-np- tnt kingdom of hraven In y: for at band. Matt. tha 3.2. butter fat. There are n half dozen or moro Jersey cows that have exceeded the mark for Homemade Root Cutter. butter fat in 3C5 days. When tho aver-ng- e farmer gets a cow that will long. Make the knlfo, c, out of a 300 pounds butter fat ho thinks plcco of sh)t Iron sharped on both he has something pretty good. elites. It should be tno Inches wide Then again, Ayrahlres aro not to be and 8 inches lone Nail cliect lrou 8 Ignored, Neihcrhall Brownlu 9th, tr. Inches wldo on top of tho slide frame and put tho knife In placa ns shown well-knowpro-duc- o Fnktcn n bow made from tho end of un old buggy shntt. as shown by d. lllngo It to tho slide and fasten It to tho handle, e. with n bolt. Nail two (IcHtB on tho sldo of tho lees, as shown by f. The slldo will operate on thcoo. WATERING COWS IN THE BARN Successful Dairyman Rigs Up Port able Tank, Large Enough for Three Animals to Drink. A Jersey Heifer. Ayrshire cow, has a record of upon God. The psalmist recognized wltbln himself something to which many aro very indifferent a soul that related him to God, and differentiated hlra from the brute creation. Whether that which be recognized wns In Itsolf Immortal or only contained the possibility of Immortality need not Interest us now, but It was another self, nn alter ego, what somo might call tho subllmlnnl self, nnd which has In those who have lived n life of purposeful sin, been stifled, and yet cries out constantly for recognition, itud nourlthmcnL and ultimate perfection. It Is not the Imbecllo who thinks of his soul, but It la the man who rorog-nlze- s his true humanity. If you please; as In this ensa, oftentimes tho mnn of affairs, of parts, of high ambitions And this mnn in frequently quite out of patience with thoso who profess to be physicians of the soul and yet prescribe little or nothing that fits tho soul, bene- successful dairyman recently out- lined to UK his method of watering the cows in the barn, nays the Ohio Fannur. Ho objected to tislnK the long, continuous feed trough for his obJectloiiH being that there will bo In tho process considerable evaporation into tho atmospbero of tho barn. Damp air In the barn means that it vlU bo chilly. Tho evap oration from tho gutters and radiation from the cows saturate the air moro than It should be without any further addition from the trough. To ovcrconto that objection and yet provldo n means of watering in the f(nll hi) had rigged a trough on low n heels. This movable tank was ho constructed that It would run nicely above tho continuous feed trough. In that way thu cows can bo watered in a very abort while without being loosened from their stalls. The tank wax mado long enough so that three cowa could drink at a time. A man may bo sweeping the feedwny at tho samn time, or doing other work while moving this tank cart from tlmo to time HOMEMADE FEEDING TROUGH Easily and Cheaply Constructed by Using Common Lumber Excellent for Giving Roughage. A good trough Is easily and cheaply constructed by using 2x4s, 4 feet long for corner posts pet 2 feet apart, and trough 1 foot from tho a boards sround, using twolvo rir the bottom of trough. fencing boards Common Cinch torvo for tho slats, set 8 inches apart; has experienced tho past half doien Tho call wan not to something inyears. definite: "Walt thou only upon Ood." Here Is tho recognition of tbe corCleaning the Separator. relative to tbe soul, the spiritual Gnd In cleaning the separator bo sura This recognition was not of nn aband see that tho parts aro dried stract idea, but of a personality It ro they will not rust; fctlll tho gave no opportunity for quibbling nnd drying should not be dono with a doubting. There wns no suggestion In cloth, an much lint will bo left, and any little "If." This mnn of affairs on this will bo largo number of bac- and great parts was not the only histeria. Ilolllng wnter will causo tho torical characterowbo has thus thought parts to dry rapidly and evenly, and and acted. Some men may be like will bo death to many of tho bacteria. Job and ask where they may find God, but many others have had direct with tbe and constant Intercourse Records Are Essential. It is Imposslblo to build up and spiritual God, tbey have seen him wbo maintain a dairy herd except thorough Is Invisible. Can this not be said of our three discriminating selection, and this can only be attained where careful martyr presidents? "Of Gladstone, of records aro kept and a hlch standard lllsmarck, of William of Germany, of Justice Harlan? And ns we glance of cxcellenco sought. back over the past do we not have Chlneso Gordon, Stonewall Jackson, 'Test for Quality. Adolphus, When you test your cows for quan- Oliver Cromwell, Gustavus tity, you must also test for quality In Savonarola, Paul, David. Moses, Abrahost of others? Grunting order to dutermlno definite results. ham and a men waited on God, for so Somo cows glvo a greater per cent that these they all professed, their achievement of butter fat than others. ate not an enigma. What Is it to wait on God? Is It not keeping silence before him? "Lot all the earth keep silence bofore hlra." rap-Idly pounds milk which Itounds butter fat. Other breeds like Ilrown Swiss and tho dairy strain of Shorthorn havo Interesting records back of them. When n dairyman gets out of sorts with the world and thinks little progress Is being made let him contemplate some of theao facts and noto the really remarkable strides dairy cattle breeding 18,110 823 produced Orcat statesmen, financiers, railroad magnates. Inventors, artists, manufacturers, etc., when they go to church, want soul food, something to A leading which the soul responds. lawyer recently said with reference tj the message that should be given from the pulpit: "It should come frsro God, nnd should rolato to tho Inner life. It should be food for the soul." DAIPV NOTE'S Home-Mad- e Feeding Trough. thus each sheep has 4 Inches of feeding space, and thirty sheep may feed at a 16foot trough, Roughngo will feed nicely from this trough. Should Get Separator. fanner who Uvea too far from a good market for whole milk should get a separator. Ho should feed tho bkliumcd milk to the plus ami calves. Not only does a separator snvo labor for tho women folk, but also for tho men. Ami tho returns aro greater In the long run than if tho whole milk A was sold. Frozen Pumpkins No Good. Pumpkins will freezo If you don't wutch out and frozen pumpkins uro of no good to auythlng. Good, ripe, hound pumpkins aro enjoyed by tho cowa and uolp tho milk flow very much. Variety of Feeds. variety of feed for cows will tend nnd other objec l.o.l tionable features of certain kinds of feeds, sue.h as turnips, oil meal and tho Ilka A 1 sential element of prayer. Ono hn recently said that prayer Is net tho Tho dairy Increases tho crop yield. claiming a bearing. It is giving a bear As a soiling crop for milk and brood log; It Is not speaking to God, It Is sows alfalfa Is superior to tho clovers. listening to God. It Is true that Three feeds a day for tho new calf hoaven. are better than tho same amount In "Whntever l best for m. my God will Tho fact of wrath and future punishbring to mr. two feeds. If I Jo only wait, and trust, and pray. ment is not an invention of modern look: as though the cows Doesn't It Christ believed In It and rma dark to me. ahill end tn theology. What'or would never get enough when hay is ItKht for me; taught It when ho referred to tho up to 15 or $18? TIs but the iloamluc which fore-ru"worm that dleth not. nnd tho Are the day." Why not find out Just how many of that Is not quenched," and pictured the herd are boarders, and then get This waiting before God, tovj, su( tho ungodty being cast Into "ovorlast-lnrid of tho boarders T Arc." Wo should have to blot out gests a readiness to respond to the Sometimes It is well to improve tho call of God as the old retainers would a largo part of the Bible if wo were with tho cows whllo working for respond to tho call of their llego to blot out all tho Scriptures which man Improvement among tho cows. futuro retribution for sin. lords. And was there sver a period tench Why should tho horso bo curried of the history of tho race wbvn the When wo consider tho fearful atrociand brushed uny moro than tho cow likelihood of u call was as great? The ties perpctrntcd upon tho rons of men, that produces a part of what we eat? world Is open to men spirit-filleto go tho frightful Iniquities practiced upon Cows glvlrfi milk should havo ono to tbe thousand mllllcu human beings helpless women and children, nnd then quart of corn chop and ono quart of wbo as yet do not know the true icq thi caso and luxury and jplcndor wheat bran mixed with tho cut fodder God. In which tho perpetrators ot theto thrco times a day. llvo, wo would bo very sorry Another suggestion is that of tarry' crimesnssured that thero Is no futuro you have six cows and no sepaIf to bo cows aud buy a lng. How Impatient we are! A man retribution for tho perpetrators of rator sell one of the separator. You will Bavo work and must make his first millions in ten such dcods. Glvo the justice of heaven years of business. Ten more millions tbo samo degree of common tens') make money by tho deal. Selecting the best heifer calves from must bo made in tbe next Ave years. consideration that you give to the JusWho now tolls for tho slow Increase tice of earth, and somewhere In tho s tha best cows and keeping a sire, aro methods of building up a on an Investment, except the man other world you must placo a penidairy herd within tho reach of all of wbo lacks tho speed of action of to- tentiary. day's trading? And this Is largely us. John's preaching drew tho crowds, One of our dairy farmers writes true of chrUtlan work we will not and so will the preaching and teachwork to the limit and be patient as ing of tho Gospel today, when prothat he has been keeping somo rec ords and finds tbut since feeding silage long as the fruits do not fall Into our claimed by men as consecrated to their great quantities. And how mission as John tho Baptlzcr was to his protlts have increased about 30 per laps in impatient wo are In trial! Wo will Ms. The crowd havo not tired of the cent. God gets through bit Gospel, A canvas or oilcloth cover for the not wait until but only of the average preach-i- r separator is one of tho little things process of realizing for us our best of tho Gospel. Tho messenger, and purifying that helps keep tho machine In good until tho dross. Andfire has burned not the tnessuge, is at fault Tbe this waltl.v on hearts of men with nil their needs, as running order and prolongs Its use away our Qod would not be honoring to him un- wo'.! as tho Gospel ot Christ with all fulness. waJUng waa with confident IU power, Is tho same today as when Two pounds of butter will soon be less our expectation. Tbe soul of Dtvld would Christ walked upon tho eirth. John worth as much as a bushel of wheat. blessing If he it in a bold preacher, and a etudy ot One way of Increasing profits in nover havo received a many dairy herds would b to sll had waited bafora God Indulging bis llf'i showa us that bo died becau' perhaps. of bis hnld rebuke of Herod's sin some of tha cows for beef. n g Urst-clns- And such sllenco before God Is un es- The story of John tho Baptist's ministry, opening ns it does with a prophetic reference, connects tho Old and the New Testaments, showing the New to bo the fulfillment of the Old. Thus we say: The Old Is In the New contained, tho Kew Is in the Old explained; the Old Is In the New concealed, the New Is in tho Old revealed. Christ in the theme and unifier of both Testaments. If be had not been coming, the Old would not have been written; if he had not come, tho New would not have been written. What a strange Impression this fiery preacher of the wilderness, John, must have made upon his hearers) Ills dress, as his message, bore tho marks of the wild. Strange, is It not, that such a one should be chosen to prepare the way for the Messiah? We might' have chosen a different Instrument a well dressed, polished, eloquent, orator. The Haptlst's message had Its basis In the word of God "Tho word of God tame unto John In tho wilderness." That is where every pulpit mossngo ought to como from. The business of tbo preacher and teacher of Christ Is not to invent a gospel, but to proclaim one already provided. The Bible is tho final critic of the message. John's ministry wns preparatory; it looked forward to the coming of something better. Just ns John himself gave way to Christ, so his message of repentance made room for faith in Christ. John baptized with water un to repentance The Baptlsts's ministry went no farther than that. Jesus Christ turned tho wnter of John's baptism Into steam by the fire of the Holy Ghost. John prepared; Jesus regenerated. The necessity for repentance cannot bo overlooked In this lesson. In a sense. It is the first step into the Kingdom. Potb John nnd Jesus began their ministry with a call to repentance. Repentance Is clearly defined in this lesson as a turning from a life of sin to a life of righteousness. There are thrco elements in repentance: First, tho intellect Is Involved It Is a change of mind or viewpoint; second, tbe emotions aro involved It means to havo a care regarding the thing In question, so we find the words '"sigh," "grief" substituted for repentance; third, the will plays a prominent part In repentance, for there is included In the word the idea of an resulting In a change In one's course of action. Repentance Li not only a heart broken for sin, but also from sin. That this is John's meaning of repentance, Is clear from his exhortation to thoso who asked hlra the meaning of his call to repentance exact no moro than that which Is appointed you; do violence to no man, neither accuso nny falsely; bring forth, therefore, fruits worthy of repentance. A lltllo boy was once asked tho meaning of repentance. He replied: "It means being sorry enough for a thing so as not to do it agnln." John preached the wrath to come. Evidently he believed In future punishment He did not believe that tha desire to escape future punishment was sufficient or the best reason why men should receive Jesus Christ. And It may bo that no man really becomes a Christian who seeks to be on only that ho may escape tho results of bis Bin. We nro saved that wo may glorify God In the llfo that now Is as well as to be delivered from tho wrath to ccmo. Ho who does not servo Christ hero will not dwell with him In silver-tongueafter-though- t, things In a superior manner. Are you desiring the next best thing to u College Course7 Then take two years or three years in the Two GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. years, or three years, In such practical studies as will fit you for an honorable and useful life. 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All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings, and assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chanco to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothlns. laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wra'.) nnd underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes arc necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work .uniforms, umbrellas and money-making other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no rent for the flue buildings In which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week. In the fall, and $1.50 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. Fltst 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 helpou expenses for cure of school. buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers nil our Instruction is a free gift). Tho Incidental Fee for most students Is $5.00 a term, $0.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 in Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: Vocational and Foundation FALL TERM School. $ COO Academy and Normal. $ COO College. $ 7.00 Incidental Fee Room Board. 7 weekB 5.60 9.15 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 $23.00 $ 5.00 C.03 7.00 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 $31.40 $ 7.00 9.45- - Amount due Sept. 13. 1911 Board 7 weeks, duo Nov. 1, 1911 $23.45 9.45 $32.90 $32.40 $ 7.00 Total for term If paid In advance WINTER TERM COO , Incidental Fee Room Board. C weeks 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.50 $ 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 $ 0.00 7.20 9,00 $23,20 9.00 $32.20 $31.70 $ 7.C0 Amount duo Jan. 3, 1912 Boatd C weeks, duo Feb. 14, 1912 Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM Incidental Fee Room Board, 5 weeks 5.00 4.00 0.75 5.00 C.75 5.00 C75 $18.75 C.75 $25.60 $25.00 Amount duo March 27. 1912 Board, 5 weeks, duo May 1, 1912 $15.75 C.75 $17.75 C75 $24.50 $24.00 Total for term If paid In advance $22.50 $22.00 Plan Now. Come March 27th young man or youtig woman can get uu education at Any Berea If there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to start In tho Full and have a full yeur ot continuous study. Many young peoplo wastu time In thu labile schools going over and over tbe samo things, when they might be improving much faster by coming to Berea und starting in on new studies with some of the best young men and women from other counties nud HtnttV Make your plans to come March 27th. For Information or friendly advlco write to tbe Secretary, able-bodie- D. WALTER MORTON, berea, kv. Paqe Eight. THE CITIZEN. February 15, 191a. Sunday, on his way homo. Rov. Wm, and Sunday; A now telophono lino Johnson and wife spent Monday with Is being built from Deren to I'ayno's Mr. afid Mrs, J, K. Holconibr Mar- storo. Feed Is senrco In this comHo Royal for ried, on Fob. 1st, at tho homu of munity. If tho cold weather continues tho brldo, Mr. Jim Motcalf to Miss much longer, stock wilt suffer for MF makinc delicious homcahaked ?nrw!a traded Lllllo Strong. Their many friends want of food. Major Gadd wish thorn much happiness. Miss mules with Dan Cameron Inst week. r, Hachol Holcomb 1b visiting her Granvlllo Owens fell from his waMrs. E. 13. Flancry Miss Laura gon last Thursday and got hurt. Amyx of Egypt Is attending school OWSLEY COUNTY at Annvlllo, tills winter. Mllllll.i:i'01(K Tt'UIN Mlildlo Fork, Fob. 10. J. 1. WilTurln, Feb. 7. Those on tho sick son of Middle. Fork bought a flno list In our neighborhood arc Improvfarm of D. O. Carponter for $1,000. ing. Drown Shopherd'a baby, of Tho farm lies on tho waters of 1 torso Lick. Mrs. Nannlo Carpenter of Wll- - Doonovlllc, Is very sick. Elllannn HaniBburg Is visiting homo folks, ( Murphy and family havo moved to near Mlddlo Fork. Dacs Wilson and Stono Coal, on Sturgeon. Sheridan vlfo visited 'Miss Mamlo Colo, Sun Sealo has moved to his father-in-law- 's day. Kllhu Hurley and wlfo are plan, nlng to go to Cincinnati, O., where farm, near Doonovlllc Jan. 23, Mr. ABSOLUTELY PURE Sam Bowling and Kmma Rowland they will mako their futuro home. Miss Rebecca Wilson nnd Mies Mary wcro married at tho homo of Mr. Kd Carpenter wont to PIuo Grovo, Sun Campbell. Also, on tho 27th, Arch day. Dclbcrt Jake, Mamlo Colo, and Wnrd and Kllen Wilson were mnr-rlc- d The only Baking Powder made at tho homo of William Itoss. June Rebecca Wilson visited Miss -- 4 Now to Ovo Tussoy Tho Rov. E. E. Young officiating. Angel, Saturday night. j Rob has Rowland of Duck Creek was tho guost of Docknoy Wilson, Saturday.-Capt- aln and Dob Wilson, sold his farm to Sherman Itowland, I J say thcro Is no sport equal to skat- - and will movo to Sturgoon, where Ml For Rate of Tare, Fall Information and Free Ing. Sammlo Settles of I'coples vis- - 'ho has bought a farm. Wo aro glad j W Illustrated Literature about the seven great Miss i to say that tho town of Doonevlllo tho Trial of Christ and his crucifix- Rod Miss Mamlo Cole, Sunday. ESTILL COUNTY I Prosperity States of America Ion. Good music was furnished by Pearl Wilson Is planning to go to will soon havo electric lights. A con- ldciht uii.tMCii Minacsota, Wlscoasla, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Wash ivH sldoroblo part of tho wiring Is al- - j locust llranch, Feb. 9. Mrs. 8u- - tho church choir and tho ontertaln- Williamsburg to attend school. IBBR lalloo and Orrlon. C Locale alon "Tba Scenic Hiwar" Vmmm the Standard Kailwar ol (ha Nortawcst. Get tour fritads Hai Dennlo and Rebecca Wilson are going ready done, und tho powor houso is 8o Dlckneli visited Mrs. Sorah Camp- - mint was a groat success. John F. KB lo to aad form a colony, t Ask aboal Low One way Sprint Colonist Tares, effective daily March bV-to Annvlllo to havo dental work being erected. Doonevlllo Is booming, bell, last Friday. Mr. and 'Mrs. Rico Lunsford Is again Installed at Locust elhT siV itRj 1st lo April 13lh and Roand-lriHoneseekers Tho pastor of thu Doonevlllo clr- - Winkler left, Thursday, for Kansas, llranch, as teacher for a period ot done. fmjH Tares, elfeclive on first and third Taesdaya of II " each oath. CWrilenowto , cuIt w,Bnc8 to mak0 tne i,l0w'ns an- - where they will maku thr. months, making a total of futuro tha-MXl lllll Iff ROCKCASTLE COUNTY nouncemcnts: There will bo preach- - j home. LfPiJ .AflLak I It Mr. Willie RevU hua return- - nine months for him In that district. XI.J.COSTELW. DtHrUtPunntn Atnt. climax 40 H. 4lhArt, Lnuiaiufior MM Jan. lSth, Mr. Wm. Robinson and Climax ' Feb . 12 i Alford Legcr and ,n8 ot Cllfty church. , on . tho , t. third ed from lllluols, where ho . has been vClfV U HI J.C.EATOS.TranhntlmmifrilKmAfnl. Ctnintnaii ...... . . . . . SgV-V- rjr IH I ..II- - t r I , i.I IB 40 H.4tk Am., iajiiu iMinuerinin wcro marnea . ui iuu lumiu cuu- - ior uio pasi iwo years. mere is a wcro tho guests of oununy, msu-uson Dradley, nnd on Ul nlK,lt of tno tMri lnrK attendance nt tho school here, nt tho homo of tho brldo, tho Rev. Isaac Rector, Sunday. Itev. A. J. Jn' ho will bogln a series of llobert Kclley hnd a salo tho lUth. James Luntford officiating. They havo Rolllncer had' preaching at his house, i' Sunday .. I ... .... ... . - .1 uu nmw lie win sooon sian ior Jiiinuis. ,ir. l... l.,,a ...1.1...- - . ..... cuiumunuy ior tM.t... iuu Thursday evening. Drother Hayes "'eeungs ai uuiuu It.. Smltt, A. J. Dalllnger and others con-- j Oak, which will bo concluded with ; Elbrldgo Oglesby passed thru our a happy and prosperous life. Mrs. ... . i it..t rfiuuvj auartorlv mcctlne stirvlces. On the town List wok. He will minn mom J . I'. Jones Is teach, I nc & wlntrr U1U UlltiU n..... UUCIL'U v iihito wiiu goou success. Ho Is i iunn saiuruay onu oununy, services io lllcliinonu, where no will aiienu Lalllncer Is still very Blck Ijimb of Germantown, O., expected to llvo long. Dr. Jones will bo conducted by tho Rev. T. D. school this winter. not 1e "ponding a few days with his waikusvii.i.: cf Goochland Is not Improving. Ills Strntton, D. S., of Darbourvlllo.. Rov. ' Mr. C. Dongo of Drey- will also preach at South Wagorsvllle, Feb. 12. Svveial men father-in-lafriends aro expecting to hear ot his Stratton Dro. D. 0. Combs of Moro- was Doonevllle, fourth Sunday night. E. 'and boys from hero attended court at death. Ota Fencl of Klrksvlllo hva,i nna conducting a ruvlval Bo correspondence puellibtd unless il(itd in fell ty ttr ntltti. ut Climax and Mt. Vernon, on busi E. Young left, 'Monday, for Highland. Irvine, .Monday. MUb Maud Darks is 01 ,h" lit tint Christian church. There wcro eThJeoce ot rood fsjtn. Is not for publication, but Write plainly. ness tho first of last week. Ho return- - Lincoln Co., to assist Rov. Couch visiting relatives hi Frankfort, this aim mucn good was a meeting at that place. Ho week. Mrs. Jeff Wagers and daush- " ed home Thursday. I. Rector was at to Mr. and Mrs. Kcn- lao nenil &o local opUon clec- - tcr, Kate, visited Mrs. Lou Serlvner. Mt. Vernon on business, last Monday. iwl Jan. 18, twin boys. '"no boy, nomod Lloyd. Fred Jones -- Darlow Clark was at Mt Vernon ,lon- - wnlch will come off tho 10th. In Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Wag- JACKSON COUNTY mother Is doing nicely. Our ,ers were tho guosU of Mr. and Mrs. that county Joo of Droyfus visited Roy Click, Friday Thursday on legal business. McKki: 1" Progressing nicely A. D, Kelly, Saturday night and Sun- TKAVKI.KIU. iikkt. th o -- .t f Mr. ., night. Mrs. Rosa Carpenter has W,U1 jai,,c Ik Lnny as Supt. McKee, Feb. 12. The Rev. Luna- - i Aiuuroso misoii n.,. her foct badly frost bitten. Eggs are and Mrs. Darlow Clark last week. lit. uuy. .Mr. onu .iirs. pareniB. .r. ami ford preached In tho Christian church, muer s selling at 30 cents per dozen. Wi Miss Efflo Martin of Goochland, who nor who linii Iwvn 111 n lone nt this ' "eu uio INDIANA LETTER Saturday night and Sunday. Rov. I. ly Smith and family havo moved to Is attending school at Derea, wob placo, died Wednesday. Jan. 31st Mrs- - Je,f WnK. Saturday night and I'orr, Indiana. Feb. i, 1912. York, T. Messier left here for New Sunday.-Mls- ses Rosa and Koto Ar- Kr,cnds uf Tho Citizen ...n ,iii i, rp..j ..Mi i Garrard County to mako their home, homo with her parents, Saturday and ni8 remains were laid to t In thn vino were tho guests of Mesdame. A. Jo SmUh has Purchased a fine Sunday. Sho reports a good school, Travelers Rost cemetery Frldar Feb ' 1 days 'Wohn Fowler made a trip to "n a a,lor of tuu paer and Kelley and Ambrose Wagers. Frl- . pair of mules from his brother. Bob. land that she Is learning fast. Wm. ,2nd. Robert left a host of friends to .. . would not llko to do without It I . . . . . .. ,i.v Mn nn (inn r ntr . .. . iierea. jut ween. a pany oi survey- - - . iusi. a suuu juuuS mourn nis loss. uncia uenny iai- novo lust tnnvril fmm fv.nm.. vviinams auenuea iticnmunu ors are at work In this County, sur ...... pur- - son was suuaoniy ...... . . In vtHtllnif hnr tmronts ... . Mr nnil Innrl ;" tew uays ago. wuuourn uauiu m, to Parr Ind and ho uuilhcrvillc. taKen ill, a lew -- - fsoun, Dringing nome a nico cow. I. tn t,,.,, Veylng what Is known as tho Thom1JruC0 Tuesday.-'.- Mr. and Mrs. John WIN chased a set ot blacksmith tools and days ago, and died yesterday. 1IIhJ rs- - "';" Lox- from moru of niy (rlt,ndl tnroun tho as land. C. P. Mooro has his house tlnma nrn tilonnlni. in l,trn Myrtle Alcom and Jleren Ar- ... n,.. ri. ...i lha rot , alii soon oncn UD hlg ahOD. DolU tO ilpnth was linormTtixt In throw wlin '"OrOS, about completed. Mr. Fulton and Mr. ' j"0 'ero tho guests of .MUb Nettle UUla'rd MtuM Jnj Geo. McDonald of March and go to Illinois for their the wife of Wilburn Gatllff. a fine uVcd near hlm.-.- Mrs. uh Settlo havo been taking leases for Saturday night ami Sunday. futuro home. Marion Smith and faml- - baby girl. Cecil, tho small son of and son. Chester, of Lost Creek, BnowlnK fo right of ways for a narrow gaguo ly . " u have moved to tho upper end of D. G. and Susie Hector, nas Deen Urcathltt Co., are visiting friends In! Th railroad the last few weeks. There .. ,,uw'u l'ces in .. i ,1,1. the pleasant guests of Misses Rosa - me LIU1 UUSV IL UttTlUK -.- IV .v. ... timnKinl J IWtnr i,., n UIUUUU .IM.W-.llig r...... 1U1 ..S., " will be a declamation contest at the and I, " their rimiErhtpr who him hon III for !v.ho hna been sick for somo tlno Is week. S. P. rniidlll innito n linslniBa and 'Molllu Arvln... Sunday.-- Mr. iun ii-iimn iiiurmng. McKeo Academy, Feb. 22nd. There 'slowly Improving. Next Sunday will trip thru Jackson and Clay counties Mrs- - J(,nn M- - Arv'no of ,lcJ some time treated by Dr. Mahaffey. ' I wish soma one would wrlto tho v. Ill bo about six contestants. relatives here, Saturday night news Wo have not had any regular meet- - bo tho regular church meeting day ia8t week, soliciting orders for tho from Duluth, Madlcon Co., and An agent for the Pauly Jail Build- Ing u,lJ Sunday Uncle Jim Dames Mr. at this placo for the past three at Now Hope. Tho Ironclad DaptlsU1 Loulsvlllo Tin nnd Stovo Co. from Shirley, JackBon Co. ing Co. was In town lost week.' He months, but Rev. Clcmmons Is ex- regular church mooting la on tho Duncan, tho Royal Clothing man, " " rjr "" J, 11. Clcmmons. wanted to submit eomo plans for a pected GARRARD COUNTY to hold services, Sunday. first Sunday in every month. Rov. called on the merchants of this place Jail at this place. His Company wants paint lick. Maxim of Culton of Richmond la moderator. this week. Novelist CAKICO to bid for the building of the Jail. "Relations always want to know l'alnt Lick, Feb. 11. W. 1 Rogers i Tho regular church meeting day I. boom k villi: Carlco, Fob. 12. Orbln Smith was Mrs. Luther Llttlo went to Welch-burhert,you ore going and what you ar has rented tho Jeff Davis place, and Christian church at Duckeye Sunday, to see her father, who at Livingston last week on business. of tho Doonevlllo, cold i wm movo tuero boon. it. 11. sopcr doing- - there's uolhlng so curious as tub. 5. Tho tho fourth Saturday and Sunday W. F. Cole Is very poorly at this was very Blck. News has been receivweather still continues. Thero are iHt n rinn row l.mt Mm. Will relations." "One geu to know peopls writing. Dan Ford was the guest of each month. ed since that he Is dead. n great many In town today on bus!- - Marshbanks Is very low with pneu- - better In one's thoughts, somotlmcs j Iiuu.i r. than them." "Sir caused his death. J. C. Rus-s- of Mr. and Mrs. Lucy Hlues, Sunday. -8; ' mta fever.-Ow- .ng to U.o short- Saturday and Cun,Curt' wK Boone. Feb. 12.-- Ust and son, Ed, were In town last James Hundley lost a horse tho 18 Wry !cilff"rd fi" , Tcf , .UR0 Cr"8 yett,r' focd week. other day. R. N. Robinson was vls- - Sunday wore regular church days at , ess trip Varo tD,8 community -O. L. Gab- by . Ring friends at this place, Sunday. Falrvlow. Services were conducted ISAACS da1y'T,rm0r ,C'a'' "10BB and Miss bard 18 8lowly lm"rovlnR wlth rhtu- IN OUR OWN STATE W. Lambert Revs. r Andy TIncher Isaacs, Fob. 9. Wo have had an- jvumiuuci iron nm pagri " Un tne ilin, WIUlO oayiui waa uiai-. on the ice last naa ana DroKO ia8f WOck. Wo wish them much i,, nt.n HHUilf nl ennn, cuu ..am. w.uI ."1 iu.ttrMn - Pnn,i..r u,ho ia iiui uum raws wmu oi. vury ....... or- jl ouwn nH1 .u.j nl At o ned uiuui umn .1 t... camo near oeing Tied to MISS fciva Aicxanuer. . ..... . lov. and a lone and ban v fo. Horn vhit,.o utnii.. ' j. w .i , i DOt.n , . ,ur mm weru lavorauiy recciveu . .uy .vll u,.i 'f Innc nnil linmiv life. "r-- J ' " moved very low with kidney trouble . lut oud , .Ilko.. J. H. Imbort made a business trip m iv i urn ;i linii i.iinrirv i i iriiniiii the - past sixs years, has...i.v .u lback ... . . u I -Is now a llttlo better. Mrs. Mary T.' i uiujiut, navu Robe"ta ijruu, a. lo uurraru nimougn tne uovcrnor ciiaracterlzed 7: , to Llvlngstoon. ono day last week. , , ,, ,. la ninnnlne to -Bou or rres. waru, wno nan own very .u.ra tts strictly Democratic talkB. I'urKey, or aioores ureeK. is vismng n 'Willie Gadd who has been In Fax- - 1081 &alurua- "" at this placo.-- G. C. Purkcy has been "'min .Murpuy Blck wllh wj100pDg cough. Is Improv-,.. LINCOLN CO. REMAINS DRY visiting "T icu- - ton Illinois . for some time, returned nn . fn.iiv mnvoil to stono i:onI Inst i.. r.i.. r .. .. ,,ao, v. at traveling a week with John Carter, John Summers was ' 7 7, ' V"J"" At an election held lost Saturday 7.7 , bemo a fow days ago. John nuir. J. wm soon u in . Kinc,. known as Hal- - Stanford and Lincoln County electric ugnis ionn Carler cf Derea, and Is now preparing to plea, Sunday. John Shelton were - iir,! nrarim'. " D0 n action hero, comb's Knob. Clarcncu Dallard lost voted dry. Tho temperance majority start to Glasgow, Ky., wucro no win very poor neaun at present. oevenu8 i , homo folks. aTan7Lnd Brewer ffom horo attended S,1ulr0 JhnS? be a medicine agent-T- om a nlco mare a fow weeks ngo. Feo- - .t in tho county was 968. nttikikon. .Mr. ana .Mrs. . . IU UIO OUUU UIID Ittl Ul Court. Saturday. Andy TIncher has .. . t. j...... i ,n t.-HUB UlUtUU . .. t,n thn Vlllinf fnlkH ft inu ..i .i.i uu Sturgeon, Fli. Ill Horn tn mo ..i.. buuiiiu i.n uj luiuiui w r.t.i IJ1 ninu y sound corn goo,. their horses 'wife of W. G. Brewer, a girl, it NEWS OF THE WEEK year, social. Friday night All reported a near Ckrlco for the otitic , mw .uw "" or Btur- kw,. h.. rrynA tn thn. muuuu .vv- r ivuiiiiiiucii iiuni nisi paKrj T"SBOy " nno time Mr. and Mrs. Joo King namo Is Edlth.-- H. u.a Neely of mules Mrs. Keltoy of near Goochland, were ed by Mr. Drowor.-Wo- ody Parrett ..VCT. pair vlsltnd .Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dovnter. geon.- has purchased year Just ended amounted to 72 mil. . . ... marricu. iim i unsmv iukl "-- .. iiiuu mi .77 'RM,iav.A. nas gono to icnncssee to worK.-- w. i,i mtiinnH sui. wo wish lion dollars, or 18 times as much as n. Iavett and Sam Lam- - from W. N. Hughos. of Orecnhal- l.- quietly II. Davis is preparing to leavo for lamua tms com wvavuer. viu uu In 1897. tho year urocccdluR tho an- Jamos Lear is In poor health. Ho 1b Illinois about March 1st. Inexatlon of Uiat Island by tho United LAUREL COUNTY one day lut week. Joo Leavett I H. C. Smith and Luclan Drewer have near 80 years old. viva PIUYKTT States. p.anu.'n. to move Into tho property boon repairing a lino fonco between (IKAVHAWK Dalley Simpson, Feb. 11. Viva. Drewer nnd Smith. Nelson Rowland somo time Boon. . REVOLUTIONISTS VICTORIOUS Anderson, , of J It. Privet, Feb. 10.-- Dob ,,,Ba Van 10 'Mil- Colons! and John Stuart of , Huff was visiting friends In ilost a flno cow a few days ago. Tna ,ong 0J(ncclcd cdct ot fthdlca- ho has been at IxlDgtoti for some j wUh ner Miss Una ha8 been wn .Mr. oinipson u Uon t Um Mancnu Uynasty In China Thero Is boiuo talk of establishing urea, sioppcu . ,,.u,U6 uvu. " sister. Mrs. DoYoung. has re UirUlU . Derea last week. . . 11th , nn their W.1V tf) i , .1 """svuiii u kiuuv-Hi C,.r....ni. Itv will unn Tllnu tlin was promulgated, Aionuay, anu wim "... warvey jouusous BOU wuu uini'uiAiA ,IoMand Mlch.-C- has. her hQmQ dls- - London. Mrs. tula ruai anu cnii- - , , two otner caictH( ono proCamlnK expected to live- .- Rob,nBOn Dlsputanta, Feb. 10. John Chas- - bo composed of tho following Bumptlon Is not who hafl been c0fined with spent u fuw days Ul0 ostabighment of a Ropubllc and A The U. S. Marshal captured two a shot foot, Is able to be out again. teen of Oklahoma was visiting his trlcts, Now Hope, Royal Oak, part dren of DInovlllo. Dig Springs and with tho family of V. C. Jones, on thu olhcr )leaanK for moonshine distilleries near this placo lllu8 father last week. OUlo Shearer vis- - of Bothleham. Old Aunt Jane Simpson Is very way to mrs. ieain iuiuur. ..ir. IB scarco in Rest ond8 amj RoImbll. last Sunday. J. W. Motcalf was re- sick. She has completely lost her Itcd his brother, Sam. of Wlldle, .. - nftL' this neighborhood. Fceu la selling ut tncir Radcr, of Welchburg. Miss tU(J rovo)uton covornmont awilh D- . . IT) T Adam 111a Corn Inmmnn - linn "- -" cently married to Miss Lllllo Strong moved to Robinson Smith and Lena Miller nnd cousin, Mr. Herd. Sun Vat gon M tlrBt progijont iB A. J. Frost Is very ill. Old Undo houso nearly completed. Charley and a dollar per bushel.-J- as. the Dr. Hamilton place and LUtlo v run.wu, llttlo son, Anuy, aro out again, aiu-- r wero vismug reuutes estaog,ed after three centurlee of John 'Mason, who Is known as ono of ueorgo itouinson uaa uiuvuu iu mo i irty nt I. U Jones i thQ Manchu Dyna)ity. u Is worthy Jlast week.-r- he tho Jackson County paupers, dlod friends and relatives here, Saturday a sovoro illness. .. ,,i T,ni.in present , was a success. All who wero R of nolo UlRt Dp Bun Yftt a fow days ago. Ills remains wero laid J. D. Dlngham was caught between Rojnolds lnatura,Ml, AmtT,fan cltlMn. report a good tlmo.-Gll- bort to rest at tho Dlockwatcr cemetery. a load ot hay and tho barn. Several passed through this place last week puKg, TAFT CONFIDENT OF Murrlan Smith's daughter, who has ot his ribs woro broken. Ho Is re' on his way to McWhorter. Mr. Den VICTORY been In the asylum, Is no better. Robt. ported to bo Improving. Iiamsoy got ins iiuuu aiiKimy imuwi.ii ' , n Hece, John York, ot Holdolburg Is visit- Dlngham It. staying with J. D, DlngTHIS CITIZEN is authorized to make the following combination ft, wock8 hM raukd ing friends and relatives hero. ham whllo bo is hurt. un- him much troublo aim he is yet offers with the Evening Post: M wt,IccmlnK tho com,m; cam. KKllllV KNOII MAULIIKN wmw uuu to worK.-tvua- riio R ft (Qur montnB. n and Daily Evening Pott 6 months (or ablo All Kerby Knob, Feb. 9. Henry Click Maulden, Feb. 12. Wr. and Mrs. B. Daily Evening Pott, 1 jr. All (or Miss Mary Rapier of MaPlesvllle, wero n wh)ch tQ rW fl. llfg Mnm mnA Firm fi m ft n tilt . Is seriously ill with rheumatism. D. Flanory visited Mr. and Mrs. J. Home and Farm, 1 yr. recently marrlod. aml misrepresentation. Ho compar- ' Good HomckeepiBf Mag- Good Housekeeping Msg-- T S4.UU There is but llttlo hauling being done E. Holcomb, Sunday. Dob Anderson 'ed tho Democratic party to an MADISON UOUWTY azine to July 1,1912... arise, to July 1, 1912. about here now on account of the of Tyucr, who has been In Lexlng llctlc team which has spent Its force THE CITIZEN 6 moBtht roads being bo bad, and Uio extretno ton for quite a whllo, came home, THE CITIZEN, 1 yr..... ' DrycfuB, Jan. 31. Sunday evening, In tho mlddlo of tho season. cold weather. Frank Jones of Drey- Fob. 7th, and was visiting at tills MANY INDICTMENT8 Jan. 21. thcro was presented to an fus visited his sister, Mrs. Walter placo, Sunday. Allen Davidson , ot Regular Rates for Pott Alone niiproclatiyo audience numbering near. It Is said that forty or moro Thursday night 'Mr. and Cow Croek, who bought J. E. Williams, havo boon Indian- Christian ly threo Mrs. Rick Gaybart gave the young place, stayed hero from Sat Just see what you save by taking advantage of either of the 2 offers: church at huudrcd In tho tho young apolla In connection made Indynamite with Boar Wallow by folks a social, Thursday night All urday until Monday, on business. MONEY ALWAYS IN ADVANCE: Single Month 50c, Three pcoplo a homo talent play, Infidel- - cases and many arrests aro expected report a nice time. Doru to Mr. and Charllo Cook, of Gray Hawk, travel- - Months $1.25, Six Months $2.00, Twelve Months $3.00, Uy vs. Christianity. The play (hows soon. Mrs. Allen Clemmons, Feb. 2nd, a ing salesman, passed through here 3 has substitute sls-to- liOYAl v BakingPowdcr vrt Write the jj Northern Pacific Ry r lj OVkX ---w. JH XY . - East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else bn ,Ion--fr- n in wnti ... - Tinro oiiM r,-- br o. . ' I - n.. 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