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HE NBA The Citizen MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, KKHHl'AKY 22, 1012 Knowledge is power and the to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. way Mountain People One Dollnr n year. No. Vol. XIII. 3t TAFT AS THE FUTURE WILL ESTIMATE HIM It is dillicult to estimate nu nilniiiifttratiou at its true value while At the close, or about the close, of tlmt administration In In progress, Mr. Lincoln's first turn) he nns the most maligned tniin that the world hns ever known It seemed, nt some times, as if he had no friends, and it nun generally predicted Hint there has no show for hin reelection. The snme whs said of Grant only to a less degree. Hut Itoth Mr Lincoln anil General Grant were liy increased majorities. There is now a noisy crowd throughout the country that is pro. claiming ou the housu-tojthat President Taft's administration has he is sure been a failure mid that if he In nominated for of defeat. Thin is just what might he expected and must be expected by those who know that history often repeatn itself. And it should not le n cause of great discouragement to the friends of the administration and those who nre able to discriminate and to sit in judgment upon the policies, the failures and the accomplishments of an ANTHONY AMERICAN FOUR-FOO- T WIRE FENCE, 26c. STAPLES THROWN IN :: :: :: :: :: :: :: AT administration. Hut wherein has President Tuft failed r "In not fulfilling hin party's platform pledge in regard to reducing the tariff," nny his critics, and in proclaiming the Payne.Aldrich TarlfT. the bent that nun ever enacted, as he in claimed to hare done in his Winona npeech. The Editor of Tun Citizen was one of those who thought that the l'renident ought to have used the whip upon Congress hi the matter of the tar i IT with an much vigor as be did in connection with the reciprocity measure, and he wan decidedly iu sympathy with the Law was under discussion. Hut Insurgents while the Payne-AIdriche is not so mire now that the President has not been vindicated. Mr. Tnft was confronted with a deficit in the Treasury. The treasury uow has a surplus. Thin must be credited to the Pnyne-Aldric- b Tariff. At the name time it in a fact that there wan a substantial reduction in many of the tariff schedules. Further, he in not no sure but that the future will accord President Taft the honor of being the greatest constructive tariff legislator that the country has ever known. Did not the Kepublicau platform call for a tariff based upon the difference between the cost of production here and abroad, and, while the Payue-Idrich Tariff did not fully secure that, was it not Impossible to enact nuch a tariff within the platform declaration f Just out tho information here it seems in the justification for the President's not vetoing the Payne-AIdric- h Tariff. He saw that Congress bad no means of securing thin information and could not pans nuch an act, and, compromising with the friends of the measure, be secured the clause in the bill providing for a permanent Tariff Board. And from that time to thin he ban pursued a consistent tariff policy that ought to commend him to the country. The Democratic House, during the extra session, called especially to consider reciprocity with Canada, broke faith with the clause in the Payne-AIdricLaw providing for the tariff board, and by the aid of the Insurgents in tho Senate passed three tariff measures without waiting for the board to act. These the Prenideut promptly vetoed. President Taft is not to be condemned for hin tariff policy but commended rather. Aud in like manner it can be shown that hin administration in general has been nuch as to demand hin and A Next week we hope to speak of other policies and nchievmeus of the President that are both a credit to his administration and the country nt large. h A h CHRISMAN'S MAN" "THE FURNITURE Clothing. Shoes. Men's Furnishings AT REASONABLE PRICES NEWS R. R. COYLE BEREA, ' OFJE WEEK IK OUR KENTUCKY fnculty club, or Conocation, on Tues-I'n- United Insulted Senator States Stephenson May Lose Seat Harlan's Successor Appointed Roosevelt In Ohio "The World" In CincinnatiHighest Honor Goes Begging In China. UNITED STATES INSULTED On tho ovo of Secretary Knox's departure on a friendly visit to somo of our Central and South American y JAMBt HHV VlP ST ssssaa s WASHINGTON'SBIRTHDAY 10:00. ITocoMlon Oration by, Hamilton Holt at 10:30. Department socials at 3:00 never had so Uorea has many distinguished visitors as this pn-hap- at year. Washington's birthday Is celebrated by tho usual department socials, a procession and an oration on "Federation of thu World," by Hamilton Holt, of Now York City. Saturday nftcrnoon cooking room In tlio Industrial 'n Kulldlng, she will Klvti a Rpcclal de- monstratlon to tho ladles of thu faculty and xoniu of their friend, i .. i uiiu cnnwi. IflllK iiiiik, Tho Homo Sclencu department at L'erva Ih flourishing this winter. Miss Webster has ncneral charuo of tho 'cooking, assisted by Miss Marsh. Miss hjwer, carrying tho sowing as In years, and 'Allss Moore, who comes to us from thu Moody School at Northflejd, Mass., dividing her tlmo between tho management of the laundry and the teaching of extra classes In Hewing and cooking. On pre-vlo- us night. Republican State Convention Called Gov. Harmon Kentucky's Quest-G- ood Roads Bill Passes Senate-Insur- ance Rates to be Regulated-Ba- ck to the Hog Wallow -- Cantrill Has Opposition Ellis Must Die in Electric Chair Claims He Killed Gobel Hook Worm at Ford. REPUHLICAN STATE CONVENTION Com-mltteo J! STATE neighbors, the State Department re- ceived from tho Colombian Minister a note suggesting that Mr. Knox had better not call upon his country, giving as his reason tho bad feelings on tho part of tho Colombians toward our Government owing to our refusal to arbitrate the claims of Colombia Tho Republican Stato Centra had a meeting In Louisville last Wednesday, and, after endorsing Pres. Taft for call- us selzuro In regard to tho This Is a most Important subject, and the speaker Is prepared to present It In a worthy manner. It will bo of Interest to citizens as well as students, and all neighbors of tho College are cordially Invited to attend and occupy tho west sldo of tho chapej. Department socials will bo given, Thursday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, at tho following places: College, In Library. Normal In l'arlsh House. Academy, Upper Chapel. Vocational, Industrial Building. Foundation School, Main Chapel. MISS BARROWS IN BEREA REV. C. y. BAKER CORRECTS I Replies to Recent Letters of Pres'tj Frost. Pralrlo Depot, O., Feb 'j, i9i: Mr. Editor: Tho Citizen claims to stand for truth and fairnebs, so that 1 judgo jou would welcome a correction In thu Interest of fact and fairness even though tho ono corrected Is no less u iterson than I'res. Frost. Ills first letter recently written from Florida contains language that is misleading to an uninformed reader. Tu start . with ho Is slightly mistaken when ho sa8 "eteryono has to go through 'Jacksonville" In going to Florida. .Many go that way from hero but if .wo go as far south as Tampa wo can take a steamer at Mobile or Now j Orleans and mako tho trip for tho winin Infinity nu flu, nfhnr u'llv lllu "QU'ful Picture of Oeorgla la over- drawn. Thu facts aro bad enough. As ,o ho M ,,, , ,.mlm m,du I I . Rev. CM. Hakrr writes from Ohio to say that he has seen things differently in Dixie from the representations in a recent letter from President Frost. He baa no objections to offer to the census figures quoted but 'states that he himself got a. more farorable impression of conditions in general than President Frost's letter conveys. Wo gladly print the brother's impressions, and hope that, between a wholesome encouragement and a real sense that much is yet to be done iu the South an elsewhere, everybody will get busy. of tho Panama Zone. It rumored that the recall of the Colombian Minister will be requested and that 'Mr. Knox will cut the visit to Colombia from his itinerary. SEN. STEPHENSON'S SEAT QUESTIONED Members of the committee making inquiry Into tho election of Senator Stephenson of Wisconsin have filed ed a convention of Republicans to meet In Louisville, April 10th, to elect delegates at largo to tho Chicago Convention In June, the County Conventions to bo held on April GUi is to elect delegates to the state conven- tion. Tho action of the commltteo In endorsing Presldont Taft hab been criticised and characterised as unprecedented. It Is claimed that their prerogative only extended to tho calling of tho convention. HARMON ADDRESSES LEGISLATURE Governor Harmon of Ohio was the guest of Kontucky, Tuesday, dining at tho Exccutivo Mansion and addressing tho Legislature in the afternoon. tho A significant paragraph In Governor's address Is as follows: "I bellovo tho reform most sorely needed now Is In administration, bet; ter results at less expense." GOOD ROADS BILL PASSES Miss ,Auna Harrows, of Columbia University, gives demonstrations In household management and cooking. Id ono of thu Miss Harrows, fnntmrut nvunnitnla it mnil.irn metli. ' , , ..,.. w I train and tho trains wen) on tlmo as often as trains In Ohio, lly his description, of tho observation of On. Lee's birthday in Orlando, tho reader should not conclude that tho pco-pl- o do not lovo our national flag. Out seak of tho matter anywhere In tho fnr south ond they quickly dto you . to what they did in tho war with Spain. I tried it many times with that Invariable result. His charac terization of Lee Is not fair and sounds llko tho first utterance of an awakened Hip VanWInkle. Ho says fur-ththat "wo havo not yet seen any I or being the preparation and serving of food She Is an old tlmo friend of President and Mrs. trost I . .. t,mt l wMan (w and Wlss Morrow, and, In making ,, ,uIl(Vlu wolllll M an oxiens vo wccrn unir. pmis- - glad to point to tho same favorable na a we,d; of her valuable tlmo. Sho show tfu) fop t)mt AUun(a has addressed tho student, at general Jack. and departmental chapels, and thu ,. (ake off nn lilv ln tr n tunti wlir ti uliriiwit atii CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE ough to "hkln" I'res. Frost. Street i ear faro Is onlv a nickel and as for i lwi..l .....I 1t.l.tl.t.r .if vpuiou u mn .1 I...... intiiu unit lui.hli.f, v. PAGE FIRST can "spread It on" It ho wunts to, Kdltorlals. readers of but to thu common In Our Own State. Tho Citlien llko myself 1 would News of the Week. say I spent somu days In a private Miss Anna Harrows In Here a. rooming house near tho Y. M. C. A. Hev. C. M. Baker's Correction. tulldlng kept by a delightful (and Lyceum Lecture. contented). Now York family, and my 8ECOND PAGE largo room cost mo General News. Just half as much per day as ono half Temperance Notes. tho slzo at Doono Tavern cost mo for a few hours sleep a llttlo over a year Markets. ago. About two squares from this THIRD PACK rooming houso a typical Southern woSunday School Lesson. man serves meals for '!. cents each, Sermon, and tho meals include fried chicken, News. General ham and fish and tho waiter keeps tho plate supplied with hot biscuits. FOURTH PAGK ' Dr. Frost says tho city has "subLocals. stantial churchos" representing cerFIFTH PAGK tain denominations and "some subIntensive Farming. stantial buildings" when bo knows Protection for Game and Fish. that thoso church bulldlugs would ho a credit to any city and that tho SIXTH PAGE word "substantial" Is not a fair desSerial Story. criptive In either cose. Dccauso nn PAGK 8EVENTH englno broke down be "slams" tho Llvo Stock. Southern roads. As for tho Atlantic Testing Milk. Coast Lino, on which bo traveled, I EIGHTH PAOK counted repeatedly and found that averago through 7 coaches was an Kastorn Kentucky News. spec ally ,,,, ,,, j, ..,,,... .wiii-U.- people who havo become rich In Flor. Ida ami plenty of those who havo lend hero aro willing to sell It." Ho this unfavori adds nothing to modify able statement. It Is truo that Florida has much poor laud and thoso ho foolishly buy by mall aro apt to bo sadly disappointed. To buy that way anywhere elso would bo equally unvls Tho Florida press Is constantly Warning peoplo against buying without seeing, especially when tlio laud couiikinlcs aro located outside tho state and therefore not subject to tho stnto courts. Hut good land can to found aud many peoplo from tho North nnd moro from tho bonier states aro doing well in tho land of They shipped their flnt flowers. strawberries to tho eastern market this winter on Dec. 1, 1911, and got from $1.25 to J 1X0 per quart. A flrstclasa patch will turn oft from S7C0 to J 1.000 worth of berries per aero in ona season. A ten year old citrus fruit grove will do about tlio same. At this tlmo an eastern ship- per Is lining up tho berry growers to that by cooperation In shipping a saving of 7 conts per quart will result. Good truck land rents for $35 I school of which his friend Is president ho adds, "ho must convince the ycung peoplo of Florldu that education Is a good thing." 1 think he might havo mentioned the splendid high schools all over tho state that do not differ very much from thoso In Ohio, counting white population only. The local papers publish tho monthly "honor rolls" and ono town has a wealthy citizen who gives a dollar to every pupil who wins a place ou this monthly roll, ono of tho requirements belug a perfect monthly grade. Ho has given more than 11,000 In this way. Tho popula tion Is ground mostly In small towns. to that thu country school shows up badly ns It always does In a sparsely settled lountry. I was told that tho stato has a number of colleges, hut tho state university at Galnesvillo Is tho largest and best. Tho churches are well attended and remarkably well supported. At Jacksonville ono Is greeted by a beautiful four story pressed brick Y. M. C. A. building, and a five story department storo building, covering a full square is going up Just opposlto. Draw your own Inference. If Interested, go and see, stop often, ask SENATE Bosworth Good Roads Bill, vhlch provides that the state shall pay ono third and tho county two thirds of tho construction aud of roads and a levy of .05 cn each ono hundred dollars worth JUSTICE HARLAN'S SUCCESSOR cf property assessed, passed tho SenPresident Taft sont to tho Senate, ate on tho 9th by a voto of 26 to 9. Tuosday, tho name of Judgo llahlon It will no doubt also meet with favor Pitney, Chancellor of tho state of in tho House and receive tho signaNew Jersey, to bo an associate Jus-tl- ture of tho Governor. Tho bill also of tho United States Supremo provides for a road commissioner Court, to succeed Justlco Jno. !M. Har- who Is to bo appointed by tho Goverlan. Several names have been men- nor. This is a good measure, and tioned In connection with this ap- meets with tho approval of tho pointment but floods of objections stato with tho exception of somo wcro received against nil others. portions that already uncl urltablo ROOSEVELT IN OHIO havo good roads, having puld for thein Roosevelt left New out of their own pockets. Contlnurd on Page Five (Continued on rage Kight) Tho main-talnanco en-U- ro a minority report questioning his light to his seat on the ground that the sum sient was so large as to be in violation of tho fundamental principles underlying our system of government. As In tho case of Senator Lorimer, tho majority report exonerates Mr. Stophenson. The matter will now llkoly go before tho Sen-at- o and contlnuo to bo discussed and investigated for a year or so as has boon and is tho Lorimer case. United Senatorshlps aro States pretty costly when they have to bo bought at prices paid by Lorimer and Stephenson, and when still larger sums aro paid by tho Government to investigate their titles. rather than tell, bo frank but not Don't Buy Your Roofing Until You See Us WHY? Painted Roofing Galvanized Roofing Guttering - of tho successful man, balance up tlio sum total of your observations and If you don't llko It, stay away. Tho rapid Increase In imputation shows that so mo peoplo llko It, many of the most enthusiastic being from tho north and fHiftt IVmnnnll v 1 tinvi. nnthltit In cynlcnl.note methods ... - $1.79 and up. $2.79 and up. - 20 per cent reduction. Yours'truly, C. M. Baker. LYCEUM LECTURE The second Winter Section a lecturo by will be given of tho numbers of tho of tho Lyceum Course, Edward Amherst Ott, Saturday evening, tho 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. acre, or about 7 times what a well Improved farm here rents for. People uuablo or unwilling to work need not expect to pick up a living, hut money wisely Invested will return u handsome dividend. In short, Florida has a gn-a- t futuro not far off. I havo been over much of tho state, buvo Interests there and know from Kir During this month we make a speciality of repairing Steel Ranges. 2tth. JSerea School ot IRoofino iSi, not Mr. Ott Is said to bo ono of tho greatest lecturers on tho American platform. His subject will bo ono of experience. Pres.- Frost's rcferencb to educa- - two, "Sour Grapos" or "Will your tlonal matters Is misleading. After Dn'ams como Truo" 7 Single admission 30 cent. ' speaking of ther slow growth of i a , HENRY LENQFELLNER, Manager OfftcfJackion St., Btrta, Ky.Phoni;day7, night Il6 ... '' --J." CLASS IN ROOFINO WILL START MARCH 4th. THE CITIZEN February 22, 1912 ATTEMPTED HOLD The Citizen A family newspaper for ill that li right true and Interesting. Thursday (Incorporated) ARREST "BIG" MEN UNFORTUNATE START UP rnblWrtwd at Bona. Kr. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. I. P. Faulkner, Editor ana Manager. GOVERNMENT TAKES SIMULTANEOUS ACTION IN APPREHENSION OF LABOR LEAOERS. Bandits Attack Train Near Terre Haute, Indiana. But Are Frightened Away Without Securing Any Booty Seemed to Be Green at the Job. TRIAL IS SET FOR MARCH 12 Subicription Rales On ymr .... Mx Month DIRE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL Prof. Harald Westergaard. Noted Statistician of Copenhrgen, Gives Interesting Figures. The noted statistician. Prof llarald of of tho University Copenhagen, Is regarded as the greatest living authority on Uio statistics of mortnllty. Ho has Just given course of lectures In Chrlstlanla on tho relation of drink to death, which throw a striking light on tho practical result which such n reduction In as that recorded In the Faroes, means for a people. Ho nays: "Tbo Influence of alcohol on health Is far greater than wo have hitherto Imagined." According to the Just published reof port of the Danish commission, every hundred denths among Danish are catisod by alcomen twenty-throhol. In the most valuable periods of life tho mortality Is even greater. rATABLE IN ADVANCE. M M Thro Month! v persons unlawfully, knowingly, willfully and feloniously did then and there conspire, combine, confederate and agree together with certain divers other persons, whose names are unknown to ths grand Jurors aforesaid to commit an offense against the United States, To transport, carry dynaand convey explosives, mite and nitroglycerin between a On His Very First Call Sister's New Beau Rulna Johnny's Favorite Pastime. stxjmJCKT nuiss association. place In one state and places in other states against the peace and dignity Men shake hands with a great deal of the United States." more warmth than women exhibit CHINA IS REPUBLIC List of Tho so Arrested. when they kiss each other. In Chicago Richard II. Houlihan, PEAT EMPEROR ABDICATES local No. 1: Dr. Wiley Is assailing on sanitary business agent Chicago KING BY ISSUING EDICTS. Schoupe, grounds whiskers and mince pie. both William former business ugent of local No. 1; James Cougblln. CHICAGO ASSASSINS PAY THE well grounded In the public mind. Against Only Opposition Displayed PENALTY FOR THEIR ATROmember of Iron Workers' union; Dr. Sun for Precldent Comes From CIOUS CRIMES. A girl learns more Just pretending James Cooney, business agent In Indianapolis, Ind. President Few Mongolian Princes. she can't understand It than a man Frank M. Ryan of the International does pretending be knows 11 all. SEPARATELY DIE Association of Bridge and Iron Work- CULPRITS Peking. China. After three cenP. Spurgeon Scientists tell us that the price of ers, Uvea In Chicago; turies of absolute rule tbe Mancbu platinum Is going up. Another blow Mathews, business agent of the Interdynasty has yielded up Its power and national Brotherhood of Carpenters First Four Assassinated Truck Farmfor the downtrodden worklngman. er Fifth, a Negro, Slew Clerk and abdicated the throne of China In favor and Joiners; Herbert S. Hockln of governsecretary-treasureWas Convicted on Finger Print of a representative form of of the Inter- English royalty, when It fell Into the ment This was proclaimed to the Evidence Show Much Bravado. enough national association and successor to' sea the other day, was bright people In three simultaneous edicts. to discover that the water was wet J. J. McNamara In that position; John The only opposition against the T. Butler of Buffalo, first Chicago. Five Chicago murderers Sun Yat Sen. the association; were hung In the Cook county Jail democracy, with Dr. Chinese, as presiof the International When an aeroplane swoops down on American educated a motorcycle one cannot blame the In- Fred Sherman, local business agent here. This Is the first time In tbe hiscomes from a few Mongolian In St. Louis John Barry, former tory of tbe county that so many were dent, nocent bystander for chortling In his princes, allies of tbe old dynasty, who Joy. business agent of the Iron workers; executed at the same time. declare that, unless Premier Yuan Is Paul Morrln, active In raising the deAmong those executed was Thomas chosen president, they will rebel. and Jennings, a negro, the Drat slayer In When China, containing 433,533,030 fense fund for the McNamaras Tbe abdication, without condition, people becomes the business agent of local No. 18. a republic, criminal history ever arrested, con- comes as a surprise. Tbe third edict Wachmels-ter- , victed and executed on the evidence In Detroit no light rount of the vote will be Charles W. In which the abdication was anformer business agent, now In of his own finger prints. The others nounced advised the vlcoroys and protask. contracting business. who suffered death wero Frank and vincial governors of tbe retirement of In Kansas City W. Bert Brown, la- Ewald Shlblawskt, Philip Sommerllng Thus far nothing but failure has at the throne from political power and tended the efforts of any man who has bor leader; W. J McCain, business and Thomas Schultz. convicted of slay- instructed them to continue doing tried to put a halo on the affinity agent, McCain was successor to ing Fred W. Guelzow, Jr.. a truck their duty and to preserve order Brown, tbo business agent, at the time farmer. They kept up a bold front to throughout the land. It declares that business. the $1,000,000 Armour, Swift and the very day of death. They made a the step takon by the throne was to Even at tho risk of incurring the Burlington bridge over tbe Missouri showing of bravado and Joked with meet the wishes of the people. enmity of the coal roan we must say river was dynamited In August, 1910. their visitors. Washington. Even the name of In Milwaukee that this has been a pretty nice winW. E. Redding, busiMembers of tbe clergy remained China Is to pass Into history with tbe ter so far. ness agent; Herman G. SleHerL with each man until tho last They world's oldest empire, according to In Syracuse. N. Y. E. E. Phillips, took part In tbe death march and re- state department dispatches. A picture of himself, taken In bis former secretary of tbe Iron Workers' mained on the gallows during the exeThe new republic will be known as cherub days. Is no Inspiration to tho Union; John Carroll, to whom Phil- cutions. republic. It wss the "Chlng-Hwaman who Is trying to shave with a lips' books wero surrendered when did not take place stated. All Chinese cabinet members The executions dull razor. tho and diplomatic consular officials will simultaneously as It was feared his term of office expired. In New York Frank C. Webb, for- men might attempt a demonstration, retain their places for tbe present a list of picking The beauty of consular San Francisco. Chinese mer the executive board as was tbe case when the anarchists twenty greatest men or women Is that of membor of Association of Bridge wero banged. The men were taken to officials In the United State were orInternational everybody Is entitled to his or her dered to adopt American style of dress and Structural Iron Woikers; Patrick the gallows ono at a time. own opinion. All of the executions were concludby an edict received here from PresiF. Farrell, said to be a former memdent Sun Yat Sen of the "Chang-Hwber of the executive committee of the ed within an hour. A statistician tells us that Russia Governor Deneen, on the recom- republic," containing the formal anInternational association; Daniel has fewer physicians than any civiof local No. 35 In Brook- mendation of the board of pardons, nouncement of the abdication. lized country. But when did Russia lyn, members former member International ex- refused to commute the sentences of ever become civilized? the quartette of slayers. Oreat efforts ecutive committee. on the part of many prominent per- ARMY OFFICER IS REMOVED In Philadelphia Michael J. Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria sons in Chicago, and more especially business agent. He went la a hardened office holder. those engaged In settlement work on Adjutant General Alnsworth to Face In Cleveland, O. Peter J. Smith, 1848, and he Into offlce on December 2, tho West side, were made to have the Crisis In War former business agent: George ("Nip- sentences of Thomas Schultz and has been there ever since. Department Row. per") Anderson, walking delegate Frank Shlblawskl commuted to life Springfield, III. A. J. In Immediately An Ohio man. after Imprisonment Adjt Gen Fred C. Washington. Iron worker employed by tbe marrying, has requested to be comAlnsworth of tho army has been remitted to an Insane asylum. We firm Springfield Bridge and Iron company; M. L. PennelL ly refuse to discuss the matter. AVIATOR HAS EXCITING TRIP lieved from duty at the war department and soon will be ordered before In Duluth, Minn. Fred Mooney, While tho charges Woman a Struggles With Hysterical There was a man In Michigan who iron worker. have not been framed. It Is understood In Peoria, 111. "Ed" Smythe, busiIn the course of .his life changed his and Disordered Engine 1,000 they will be based on conduct to the complexion six tiroes. A mnn, you ness agent of tbe Iron workers and Feet Above Earth. prejudice of good order and discipline notice. Now, if It had been a woma- n- president of the Peoria Building and perhaps Insubordination. Trades council; James E. Ray, presihysNew York. Struggling with a Serious friction long bns existed beThree school teachers, we are told, dent of Iron Workers' union. woman 1,000 feet above the tween tbe adjutant general's offlce la, Daniel Buckley, terical In Davenport, walked 207 miles from Burlington, la., earth and with his engine out of order and the general staff, and tbe crisis to Chicago. Why should anybody go business agent, iron workers. because tho gasoline bad frozen In tbe came when Secretary Stlmaon sided to reach Chicago? In Scranton, Pa. M. J. Hannon, forto nil that trouble carbureter, Georgo W. Bcatty, the mer business agent of the iron work- aviator, brought his aeroplane and with tho latter. brought to an Issue Matters woro A Boston man wants tho women to ers, now agent of the Central Labor passenger, Mrs. William A. Dunlnp, by report made last week by Gendo the proposing. That would never union. safely to tbe ground after perhaps tbe eralaAlnsworth to the secretary of war do. It would be harder for a man to In Minneapolis, Minn. Charles M. most exciting trip of his career. In connection with the muster and ray "no" than It Is for women to say Ileum, business agent and secretary Mrs. Dunlap stated after recovering "yes." Building Trades from her hysteria that neither gold nor pay rolls, and Secretary Sttmson felt of tho Minneapolis that tho adjutant general had used council. precious stones would ever tempt her language that Impugned bis own InA prominent highbrow asks: "What to again leave the earth In a flying tegrity and fairness, as well as that wo learn from reading novels?" do machine. of other officers nf tho department. That's easy. We learn that a good RUSSIA'S STAND SEEMS FINAL money under false many novelists gain Czar's Government Persists In Its Re- MME. N0RDICA IS STRICKEN pretenses SNEAD ENDS HIS TESTIMONY fusal to Admit American Citizens of Jewish Birth. Famous Prima Donna Attacked by Edison cheerfully admits that ho Paralysis Just as She Is About Slayer of Captain Doyce Says He Actlikes dime novels because thoy put no and Is ConfiWashington. In ed In to Appear on Stage. the negotiations tax on his mind. Hut in this respect dent of Acquittal. they have nothing on some of the beat now under way for a treaty to replace Boston. Mme. Lillian Nordlca, the abrogated treaty of 1832, tho sellers. American soprano, who rose of Russia has refused to conFt Worth, Tex. After six and a Trying to show how he hod lost ono sider tho admission to that country of from the obscure town of Farmlngton. half hours' ordeal on the witness finger In a buzz saw, a workman lost American citizens of Jewish birth. Me., to bo one of the greatest prima stand. J. B. Snead, the millionaire another. Yet presumably he will be While perfectly willing to agreo to a donnas on tbo grand opera stage, was Amarlllo banker who killed Capt. A. able to vote the straight ticket next suitable treaty that will deal with stricken with paralysis as she was G. Boyco here, finished his testimony and will not bo recalled. Ho left tho commerce alone, Russia, It Is stated, about to go on the stage here. time as usual. Mme. Nordlca did not appear and chair unshaken and confident of achas Informed the United States that The wife of a New York bank cash- she Is not able to recedu from a posi- Mine. Gadskl was rushed from New quittal. The prisoner said the direct ier has sued him for divorce because tion that she has defended so long York on a special train to take her reason he kilted Captain Boyco was to save himself. place. he allows her only a dollar a day for and so earnestly. Homo women household expenses. Preacher Gets Divorce. "Glad Hand" Ready for Knox. Visit Family Under Bond. are so unreasonable! Washington. Macon. Oa. Rev. E. T. Moore, As tho result of ft deCaracas, Venezuela. Gen. Manuel Minneapolis high school girls are to cision rendered by Secretary Nagcl A. Matos. minister for foreign affairs, leading Baptist minister or Macon, be tuught ho wto mako their own of the department of commerce and expressed official pleasure over the was granted a divorce from his young hats, and no doubt their future hus- labor, Mrs. Schule I.lpschltz and her news of Secretary of State Knox' and beautiful wife on the ground that bands will valuo this accomplishment deaf and dumb daughter, both of Rus- coming visit. Preparations on a grand she had been guilty of Improper conmore highly than they would any sia,' will be permitted to visit their scale for tho visit have been started. duct with several men. kind of mental gymnastics with tables family In Chicago for six months, unI Crushed U. 8. Orders Eleven Deported, by Grain Cars. der bond of $1,000. of logarithm. Washington. Eleven men and womMinn. Whllo Minneapolis, working to earn sufficient funds to bring en In various cities, whom ImmigraHumble, Tex., Has $150,000 Flro. Wo are told that thu morgulto Is Tex. Four being successfully fought In tbo PaHumble. business bis wlfo and babe, whom he never has tion authorities have decided were Innama zone. If the governor of Pana- blocks and several residences were seen, to America. Walenze Bits was eligible to admission to the United ma ever i una for office In New Jersey destroyed In a fire here. Tbo loss U crushed to death between two grain States for various causes, bare been ordered deported. $150,000. cars In tbo mill yards. Jie will be elected unanimous). office or EipTMl Smwl by or Money Ordor. Dmft. n ami two cent lam(. your name on' VaiW The dxt howi to what OaX your ubwrtp'.lon It pid. U It Is not ctiircwl wtthln three notify u. Maki afvr WmMztg numbers wttl be tartly uppltd If an notlflnL cnmp. 1th -i sue Floe premiums RrlpUooa and prompt renewal. Bend for List. Liberal Urma gtvwi to any one who obtain rww aubacrtpUona for us. Any on ending us four ynarty subacnptkuu can rsoalrs Tbe Citizen frra for blmalt fot so yrar. AdverUstnjr rate on apnKoatlon. miy I"t nrtitrl Ilttr. -- Those In Custody Are Charged With Delng Participants In Dynamite Conspiracy Behind Are Either Prison Oars or Havs Given Bonds. At a given signal tho long the United States government reached out and closed the net which for months a federal grand Jury in Indianapolis, Ind., has been laying fot the alleged participants In the dynaChicago. of w niil inn tM- mite conspiracy. The general text of the Indictment reads: "That on December 1, 1906, said MBXBcn or Terre Haute, Ind.- - HnsVd robber, who held up train No. 11, a Now York-St- . louls mall train on the Vnndall.t railway at Liggett, failed to obtain any plunder, apparently through a mistake In signals among tho bandits. As the train approached Liggett, ono of tho band, riding tbo tender, pulled tho bell cord. Tho ilgnal was wrong, and wbon tho train did not stop, the robber climbed over the tender and begnn firing at tho engine crew-One shot knocked a cigar from tho mouth of William Davis, tho engineer. When tho train was brought to u stop. It was nrar a telegraph tower. Tho robbers evidently had planned to Mop tho train near a ravine, whero several men were In hiding. They attempted to open tho mnll curs, but were frightened away. After a delay of more than nn hour, the train proceeded to St. (.outs, . Westergaard to-w- lt DIAMOND MERCHANT ROBBED. Dandltc In Taxicab Plug Man In New York. New York The automobile bandit Jumped from Wall street to tbe hotel and shopping district of Fifth avenue end Broadway. Three men In the taxleab type ol car trailed George II. llorth, a diamond dealer, from Broadway and Thirty-fourtstreet to Fifth avenue, through Fifth nvonue to Thirty-fiftstreet nml west on Thirty-fiftstreet to n point 2C0 feet from Sixth avenue. There two of them Jumped from the cab, stunned the Jeweler with blows from a blackjack, ripped a wallet containing $10,000 worth of unset diamonds from his roal pocket, and mado Thus: Age. 35-1- 5 MURDERERS A, 45-6- Do-tro- r their " Bro-ph- y, Court-Martl- Kava-naug- court-martia- Tho robbery took place shortly before 7 o'clock In the evening, when tho ftreets of the vicinity were thronged with iedcstrl.ms and vehicle and lth n policeman standing only 200 feet away. It is believed that the diamond EXPERIENCES OF ONE NURSE wax trailed from bis office down town until the bandits saw a favorable Von Hansen Telli of Werk ipKrtiinlty. There they carried out Baroness Performed Among Men In English their plans coolly nml daringly as Hospital Labor Is Joy. though they were robbing an unprotected trntelcr In a lonely mountain Interesting echoes of tbe groat puss. congress held In London continue to come to hand. Baroness Von Hansen, at the public Trains Collide. Baltimore, Mil.In a head-ocolli- meeting by tho congrejs Is reported to have given her own experience In sion between a freight train, passenger temperance work a a hospital nurse. and a ueMbound train on tho Baltimore and Ohio Rail- In tbe wnrds she found the men, a road near Rockwood, Penn.. 24 per- they were recovering, tery ready to sons arc reported Injured, three seri- listen and open to Influence She told . ously Tbe O seriously Injured nre them that she was a keen abstalnc-xnd why she was anxtou to persuade Postal Clerk W T. Souser, Johnstown, Penn.; Mr. Robert Gibson, Rockwood, tveryone else to be so. Diagrams wero obtained showing the cCcct of alcoPenn.; MIxb Sarah I.lvlngsgood, Knglm-oBrengel, of tho hol on the various organs, and hung freight train, is ald to have misread up where tho men could see them, xnd as she moved from one patient to his orders. explain another tho baroness or draw attention to some point. It grow, CINCINNATI MARKETS wns surprising how the Interest snd one 'after another resolved to ilgn the pledge. after r.l'lng some The barone Wheat No. 2 red $1.01 ft 1.02. No. 3 touching Incidents or work such red ?Kcf.r$l. No. 4 red M9!vc. - No, 2 white CSffiOe. No. 3 among the patients, proi'oded to exCornthought bcr white 6Sf69e. No. 4 whlto G5Sft plain that her family had 67'.4c No. 2 yellow f.9ft"70c. No, 3 yel- much too Intent upon tottl abstinence, low 67fj6Sc, No. 4 yellow G5fG7c. No. snd had therefore cononted to her 2 mixed Ck(i6'je, So. 3 mixed 6G4Cf taking up nursing in tbo hospital to C7'.4c. No. 4 mixed Cifffifie. white ear iraw her thoughts In .mother direc64ftCCc, yellow ear G5tfG7c, mixed ear tion, adding: "Hut th fay In tho C4ftGC4c hospital seeing so much sickness and Oats No. 2 white 5S'Jj6lc. stand-ari- l dtrease that had come through tho No. 2 whlto 5IH white 55ir.5H mo keener than (I66c. No. 4 white 63tf64c. No. 2 mix- drinking, habits, mado ed 64 ',4 ft 55c, No. 3 mixed 5454'c, sver. I would I could perauado all nurses to become total ibulalner. to No. 4 mixed 62ft 64e. Hay No. 1 timothy $24.50. No. 2 learn all about this question, nnd to timothy $23, No. 3 timothy $20.50ft) ipeak gently and earnestly to tho 21.50. No. 1 clover mixed $22.50ft2:i. patients, and explain why alcohol Is No. 2 clover mixed $2121.50. No. I hurtful. We nurses bavo such great clover $23. No, 2 cloer $21.50ft22. opportunity, our patients are so ready Cattle -- Sternly on good; dull nml to learn, nnd we can do so much to weak to 10c lower on medium and help Thero Is them to better way common. Shippers J 5.50 ft 0. 55. choice great happiness to be tound In this to extra $G.!5ft7; butcher steers, 6,10ftfi.60, good to rholco $5.25 work. I would like to havo nil sisters 4(0, common to fnlr $4.25(1 5; heifer, and nurses In hospitals havo a keen extra $6.50 ftli, good to rholco $ 1.50ft desire to tako It up. We can very 5.35, common to fair $3fr4.25; cow, greatly help this great temperance extra $4.C0ft5, good to cholco $!j4.50, reform. If each patient returns to 3.7." ; eaiiners his home an abstainer, nnd keen to common to fair $1.7-$t.60ft'2.75. persuado others, and to tell 'what our Bologna Bulla Easy and slow. Inborn will lister told us.' Then $4.25ft45, extra $4.'J0i35, fat bulls lie one of Joy, and will o:k Its own rebo $4.76j5.25. t'nhes Slow and 2&ff50c lower. ward." Extra $S.25f8,50, fair to good $tiftS, Lowers Bodily Temperature. common and largo $3.601? 7.50. Hogs Active and strong; 10ft 15c II. W. Aa long ago as 1SCG Sir higher. Selected heavy shippers $0.40 Richardson, M. I)., laid the facts of ft(i.45, good to choice packers and many careful Investigations beforo butchers, $i;.40ftG.45, mixed packers $R.30ftC40, stags $3ff5, common to the British association, nil of which choice heavy fnt sow $4.25ft 5.85, light went to show that alcohol lowered shippers $5.75ftC26, pigs (110 lbs nud bodily temperature. These were questioned but proved perfectly nccurate. less) 4.25ft5.G5. Kheep Steady. Kxtrn $3.65ft3.7C, and showed that under tho inllucnce good to choice $3.25Cf3.G0, common to of alcohol tho temperature of the body fair $1.2503, was llablo to fall from UhuIib Steady. Extra $CC5fTfi.'5, to three degrees (Cantor lectures, $G ft 0.50, common good to cholco to fair $4.25ft5.fl0, yearlings $4.2575.25. logo 70), This condition was proved not transient, but persisted for several days. Wolves. Lornin, Ohio,- - News reached here Abstainers Effective Workers. that a posse of fnrmers had killed one Svcn Hedlln, tbe Central Asia exof n pair of wolves that cainu over tho Ice on Lake Erlu from tbe wilds of plorer, says In bis last hook: "In a Canada, and reached land about eight caravan a drop of wlno or brandy should not bo found. To bo dependent miles from this city. When tbo animals camo on the on these things is a curse, and eshlioro their flrtt move was to attack pecially objectlonablu on a Journey a pet dog which had accompanied his which demands great exortlon. Tb master, Ernest Jnmcson, to the lake people, whether Inside or outsldo tbe bnnlt. Tbe dog barked at thu stran- borders of civilization, who abstalu gers who took after tbe canine and from alcohol are tho most competent devoured him leaving only tbe dog's Jul alTitcliva workers." leather collar to tell bis fate. iner-fbnAnti-Alcoheast-bounRock-wooox-tr- a three-quarter- encaix?. figures, wthch nre doubtless below thn actual level, as doctor are usually reluctant to report alcohol as the came of a death. Profcsror WtMrrgaard has worked out how much etch of the potters of brandy consumed He yearly In Denmark shortens life If concludes this to bo eleven hour alcohol mortality, conclude Professor I Westergaard. could bo eliminated a t man of twenty would have nn tne averago 19.3 years to look forward to Instead of 15.4. Further, would of all the accidents In vanish and tw o fifths of the suicide. In view of such facts It Is not to In Or G.tupp of wondered that Prof "It Is our Tubingen should exclaim: earnet duty to drlvo Ihono drinking customs from the world with every means at our disposal." 0 low-esone-thir- to alcohol. are 'lu to alcohol. are due to alcohol. . 100 am duo to alcohol. On tho basis of these government 31.8 31.1 37.7 38.7 In In In In 100 100 Male deaths 100 are du ' February 22, 1912 AID FOR STATE FAIR. THE CITIZEN. FEUDIST KILLED. Appropriation $60,000 Page Tkre FARMERS ASKED TO THE INSTITUTE Reduced from $66,000 to Constable Paste the Houie. Frankfort.- - So amended as to provide for nn appropriation of jr0,000 for tho stnto fair Instead of ftiG.OOO, tho GENERAL INVITATION ISSUED DY bill that wan dnfoated In tho house by a vote of 43 to 41, passwl that body THE COMMISSIONER OF C9 to 11, The measuro wob taken up AGRICULTURE. as unfinished business. II. S. Wllon, rcpresentntlvo from WOMEN SPECIALLY WELCOMED Owsley county offered tho amendment to the bill reducing the appropriation tlti.OOO. Tho effect of this will bo that One Day Set Apart for Lecture on tho proposed oultry building that was to havo been erected on tho fair Home Improvement Topic The grounds will bo forgotten for the tlmo Railroad Are Expected to being. The $50,000, If tho bill passes Grant Low Rate. the senate and Ij signed by the governor, will ho used In putting up other Frankfort.-- - All farmers of Kentucky mid women Interested In the structures on the fair grounds. K cue nil subject of agriculture have MARKET SOLD FOR TAXES. Ix'uu especially Invited to Frankfort for tho Htnto Farmers' Institute, Fi'b. Lexington. .Sheriff Dan Hcott of27, 28 and 29. KoIIowIiir Is tho call Issued by J. W. Newman, fered the Lexington City Market house for sale for $478.01, alleged to commissioner of agriculture: "To the farmerH of Kentucky: You be due as taxes to the Htate nnd counaru notlllcd that tho Htnto FarmerH ty. There was no bid, and ha deInstitute, tin prnvldeil by law, In called clared the property forfeited to the ytt assemble nt Frankfort, Fob. 27, 23 state and county. City authorities claim that tho market house Is used unit 29. is, purposes and "All delegate!) will be duly notlllcd for municipal through this ofllce, but thin notion I therefore, exempt from taxation. sent to tho public In order that all DURNED IN A PECULIAR WAY. farmer, Irrespective of whether (lelegatt'11 or not, may bo cordially Cadiz.- A man giving his name as and bo accorded tho privilege of the floor; In fact, aro urged to bo Martin Fahalr of Louisville was painIt Is fully burned. He and another man present at this meeting. A understood by your conunlaalouer, hail taken lodging for the night In a the law doe not rontomplatu that vacant house, starting up a big tiro In During tho night the Just one person from each county the fireplace. mIioiiI I attend this meeting, but that straw which they were using as a bed caught fire and Fahalr waB considerall perrons Interested In the development of the agricultural resources of ably burned about tho hack before the the state, who deslro to attend flre could be extinguished. should be given the, opportunity and the invitation to come to this meetKILLED DY SPLINTERED TREE. ing. and "Women are especially Invited Maysvllle. Robert Hook, CI, living Feb, 28 will be. In a great measure, near Sprlngdule, Mason county, was lad Irs' day." Homo of tho best lec- killed, He nnd his son were felting Economic.' trees. Tim son left his father to go to turers on 'Household Women' 'Homo Jmprovemeut' and the house nnd returning found his I'luce In Acrlculture' have been se- parent dead. The treo that Mr. Hook cured, and particular attention will was cutting had splintered and struck be given to Interesting the women of him on the back of tho head, cnuslng of Instant death. Kentucky In the Improvement homo conditions, especially in the rural districts. BUILD A NEW THEATER. "l.ow railroad rates are expected. A good program has been provided Lexington. J. U. Haggln, the milasfor this Institute, the general lionaire, Is the largest stockholder In sembly Is In session, the state capi- the llerryman Realty company, which tal Is uhvnyti interesting and it Is tiled art les of Incorporation, with hoped that this meeting will be tho capital stock of $120,000, divided Into largest gathering of farmer ever 1,200 fchnies of $100 each. Tho comheld In tho borders of the state. pany wus organized chiefly for the desired further purpose of building a new theuter. "Any Information will be cheerfully given." offl-ci- Use Gun With Def.tly feet on Louie and Morgan Hill. FAILURE and MORE GAS IS PROMISED. MAY MAKE TROUDLE. Shepherdsvllle. -- Judge Daniel Lexington. Kobert 8. Hampton of 140 warrants for the arrest of Tltusvllle, Fa., treasurer of tho Cen- persons who failed to pay taxes on tral Kentucky Ons cqmpauy, which their dogs. The cases are set for Feb. supplies Islington, Winchester and 21. It convicted the defendants may .ML Sterling with naturnl gas, In rebe fined as high as $25. The dog law sponse to eomplaluts mudu here of Is popular In llullltt and has greatly gas service, writes a allied the hheep industry. unsatisfactory stockholder here that tho Ben Ice will be satisfactory next winter, as the MADSTONE APPLIED. company Is making arrangements to get an additional supply ot gus from W M. Htlnson, who lives Glasgow West Virginia wells. at (lodfrey, Allen county, was here to have the famous Edmunds madstouo SWALLOWS HALF DOLLAR. applied to his little daughter, who was maddog. The child Is reby Sharpslnirg Hubert Tedder, 18, bitten to n potted hae been successfully treatstomhut deposited some cash In his ed by tho stone and carried back ach, the amount being a slider half home. dollar, which he accidentally swallowed. Ho had placed the money on HIGH PRICE FOR CORN. the end of his tongue and wns umus-inone of the younger children by Maysvllle. Tho banner price for seeing how far ho could stick his tongue, when the child made a grab corn In this vicinity has been reThomns Mitchell, who refor the half dollur, and In his haste to corded. locality, sold Ket It back Into his mouth Tedder let sides lu tho Drldgovlllo 100 bushels of first class quality It go all the way down. depicked corn at $1 per bushel g WINS Paris.-D. PRIZE. livered. ON TOUR OF INSPECTION. Jr.. 12. tho I'nrls, was awarded Whltesburg. -- MaJ. John A. Webb of first prizo over 64 contestants In tho club of this coun- the Whltesburg company.of the Stato Hoys' of ty. The young man produced on one-ha- (nard, Is on a tour of Inspection an acre 40 bushels of corn, the Second Regiment. The Whjtcs-burcompany will bo the last one to which wus sold for seed corn at J'-- a bo Inspected. budiol, son of D. C l.lsle, C, Br., of Corii-drowiu- lf g PLEAS SOUTHER CONVICTED. BOYS' CORN CLUB GROWS. Plnovlllo, Pleas Souther, on trial I'adttcah. The total membership for tho murder of his father, David of tho McCrncken County Hoys' Corn Souther, at .Mlddlesboro last August, club to date Is tlS. nnd County School was sentenced to death, tho Jury de- Superintendent L. W. Feezor says It la almost certain that the club will liberating only 30 minutes. reach 100 lu a few weeks. SHIELDS HIS SON. FOUR HURT BY DYNAMITE. wero workmen Lexington- .- Four probably fatnlly hurt by a, prematuro explosion of dynamite In a quarry near here. Tho Injured are John Fierce, John Smith Isnncs, Robert and William Wallace. Glasgow. The home of Dr. II. C. Held, n mllo west of Edmonton, was burned. Tho lire Is believed to have started from a defective Hue. The loss will reach J2,&0u. with very lit-tl- o John XI. Webster Wllllainstuwn. was convicted here of tho murder of Witnesses Sam Collins, a neighbor. swore that IiIh son Lindsay II red the fatal shot, but Webster took all tho blame on himself. TODD COUNTY MULES. At tho bankrupt wilo of Miinmt) & Harlan, 38 head of mules Bold nt an average of II2S a head. The Halo wus made by the master couimls-slot't- r nnd referee. Trenton. Insurance. Sanders. Tho (Jalhttln, Carroll and TrICounty Fair association has selected September 4, 6, and C, as the dates fur their sixth annual fair Owen Whltesburg Residents of Mill nnd Port creeks suy three black bears, au old ouu uud two cubs, aru iu Cumberland mountains back of tho heads of the rreeku named, Numerous signs of them hnvo been Hcen In the snow during the last few days, while so mo of the farmers have missed ahecp and hogs. from MontML Sterling. Iteport gomery county Indicate tho loss ot lincastcr, Governor McCreary apover 100 lambs from cold, while many pointed Garrard's representative, the chickens, culves nnd young pigs were Hon. John II. Karru, p. delegate to tho frozen during (he recent cold weather. Oood Roads convention. county court appearance cases on convened with the docket besides over 100 old eases. Tho erlmlnal dockut Is tho lightest In muny terms. Carlisle. Nicholas 31 I'lkevlllc. tauls Hall, the notei feudist, who has tor many yearn been a lending figure In this section, was By Rev. Parley E. Zartman, shot nnd Instantly killed at Millard Secretary of Extension DepartRurke's storo at Shelby Gap by Con- ment, Moody Bible Institute, stab'e George Johnson. Morgan Hall, the feudist's son, was also killed. Chicago Johnson used a revolver. hrfd a warrant' for the ar Johnson rest of Morgan Hall and had followed him out ot the eUre onto tho TKXT An y therfor received Chrlt porch nnd waa In the act ot reading Jnui thr Ixird. so walk y In Htm: tho warrant to the yoangcr Hall, who rooted nnd built up In Him, and utab-Ilhi- 1 yo have made signs of resistance. At this taiuht. In the faith, at abounding tlirln with the father rushed from his licuso, a z: e, T. few feet away, urmcd with a rifle. Nothing mocks Constable Johnson at once opened us so much as the both fire on the two Halls, killing sense of our own Instantly. failure. We begin the day with great POISONING IS SUSPECTED. hopes, high Ideal purlofty and lexlugtou.- - -- The Jury summoned to poses, but when Investigate the death ot Mrs. Madia la day dies out Leo Wood, who wns bollcved to have of the sky we conbeen killed by asphyxiation, woro not fess to ourselves satisfied conclusively that death had great has bow resulted from that cause, there being been our failure. Indications that poison was possibly This Is especially tho fatal agent. The stomach ot Mrs. true of Christians Wood was sent to the chcmlBts at begin the who slate university for analysis. day with a sin Tho doctors stated that tho skin of cere purpose, to victims of ga poisoning or asphyxiation Invariably become almost black, live a Chrlat would have them live, whereas there was no discoloration but who como to the close of the day In the face ot the dead woman or confessing how far short they have that ot her husband. Froth hr-.- also como of being what Christ wanted Issued from tho mouth, which the them to bo. doctors stated was not a symptom of And the criticism ot the world, and Internal poisoning. There was nlso the curse ot tho church 1b, that a only a faint odor of gaa In the house those ot us who have named tho name when It was entered by neighbors, of Christ practice comes so tar short and one witness testified that the of confession, and that many of us slight odor noticeable wns more like who make pious professions by the thnt from crcolln or a similar sub- very negllgenco ot our living crucify stance than gas. the Son of God afresh and put him to an open shame. Mr. Drummond spoke FARMER HURT BY FALL. truthfully when he said that what tho church needs is not more of us, but Glasgow. Whllo attending to feed a better brand ot us. who Ing his stock, J. K. Goodman, There Is a bettor way to llvo. There lives In the edge ot Monroe county, Is a Christian life posslblo to each pain-fulfell from his burn loft and was one ot us which Is higher and holler If not seriously Injured. Resides and more victorious than any experiIna broken collarbone and a badly ence wo havo had hitherto. The perjured olbow, he was considerably fection or Christian character is the bruised and shaken up by the fall, and perfection of faith In Jesus Christ It la feared that he may have received the faith that takes htm to be all and Internal injuries. in all. Just as' by a simple act ot faith we rocelved the gift ot salvaBY MOLDY ANIMALS KILLED tion from the crucified Christ wo aro FORAGE. to receive from the risen Christ the grace which we need to live a con-- Many Maysvllle. valuable horses sistent Christian life. havo iltei In this county from eating May wo not explain our failure to msldy fodder or grass, John Soward and we hoped to lost two animals. The section border-In- s become whatwants us to be, be. because the Ohio river Is the most afTectcd. what Christ Drown, Adams and Clermont counties, we do not understand the difference Ohio, and Lewis, Mason and Uracken between the appreciation of Cnrist and the appropriation ot Christ? The counties, Kentucky. Christian church does not lack in ap sermons, prayers, hymns SEVEN DEFENDANTS SET FREE. preciation and testimonies swelling the praise ot la I.ondon.--jury In the United Jesus; but lack of appropriation of States district court returned a ver- showu In Indifference to thootclaims a holy dict of acquittal In the case ot tho Christ and the demandswhen Christ four men indicted for alleged peo- life. In spiritual unrest nage. Three other men Indicted at has said, "Peaco I leave wltb you," samo tho same time for the same offenBe and In frequent failure at the peremp- point In my life. These are evidences were acquitted on the court's tory Instructions, The Jury was out of our neglect to take Christ as tbo complement of our dally need, ot our but 15 minutes, neglect to clothe ourselves with EXTENSION FOR TRACTION LINE. Christ, ot our lack of appropriation. As one read the New Testament Maysvllle. A. O. Klrschncr of Cin- threo things aro made clear: 1. God's purpose, which Is to make cinnati, who is one of the principal promoter. ot the Pittsburgh and Cin- us Uko Jesus Christ, although ho uses cinnati traction line, has finished hts various methods by which this end Is work ot securing an extension of the attained. Sometimes the means used franchises In the varloua counties do not seem pleasant to us, but when through which the road Is to run. we realize bis high purpose, we shall bo satisfied. SENATOR DURHAM IS BETTER. II. Christ's promise. As we begin to understand God's nurpose wo ask Franklin. Friends have received In- who Is sufficient for tnese things; but formation that State Senator John II. In the presence ot every high coll o( Durham, who has been very 111 in his God, of every holy purpose, of every apartments, Is able to sit up, and It unattalned Ideal, Christ stands and Li thought ho will Bbortly bo able to says, "My grace I sufficient for you." resume his duties. And we may count htm faithful who promised. HART COUNTY FAIR DATES. When we IU. An adequate power. accept Christ by faith tho holy spirit Horse Cave. The directors of the come into us to perfect the purpose Hart County Fair Ground company of God and to make the promise ot fixed Sept. 2,5, 26, 27 and 28. 1912. Christ actual In our Christian experifor their annual exhibition. ence. It 1 the realization sf the purpose, tbo faith In Christ's promise, LEWIS A SPECIAL JUDGE. and surrender to the spirit that constitute tbo elements of that faltn Lewis which Is tbo perfection of Christian Frankfort. Judge William been designated ape-clof Loudon has character. So our lack of deepet Judge of the grand circuit court. Christian experience, ot power in prayer, and of usefulness In service, Glasgow. While warming before does not consist In the smnllness or an open grate the clothing ot Mary, God's purposo nor tho weakness or daughter of John Troxol, caught flro Christ's promise, nor tbo lack ot an nnd before assistance could reach her adequate power our failure Is beside she was '.so severely burned that muse wo do Lot appropriate all of she died In a short time. for us in Christ Jcsua. 3od there We are reminded of Martin Luther, Mt. Sterllug. Arthur U. Illovlns ot ot Montgomery county has bought a nho said that tbo entire secret or the tbo farm ot 1G5 acres in Christian life Ilea In the Ituse a great pronouns; that Is Masou county from Thomas Ewun poascsslvo thing to know that Jesus Is a Savior, for $15,500. but a far creator thing to know that lUibourvllle. - A now high school he Is my Savior. In fact, tho entire building will bo erected hero follow- philosophy or the New Testament ing a voto on the matter of Issuing with relation to tho Cbrlstlau Is that ho shall put oft tho old man and bonds to the amount ot $10,000. shall put on the new. Therefore, Just as by faith 1 ask Glasgow. Tho Glucgow Dry Goods company's store waa entered and Christ to be my savior let mo uow Resides several boxes ot take him for my need of humility, robbed, , shirts, a considerable amount ot purity, strength, wisdom, sanctltl.a-lionrighteousness, redemption AU clothing was taken. Ucfore leaving tho building one of tho robbers 1 need In thee to find." donned a new pair ot trousers and Is. my every debt to pay; left his own. This furnishes tho po- "druc tothere my eerv tin away; wash lllood lice n clew which may lead to tho I'ower to keep me day by day; For me, for me." capture ot tho robbers. Tako Christ, appioprlate htm, enMaysvllle. Maysvllle faces nn egg ter upon the full possession and apPrices aro the highest in propriation ot your great Inheritance famine years. Forty-livcenlB per dozen Is In Christ Jesus. It Is the secret Of a asked and none In sight. life. nappy, victorious, Christ-Ilkthank'-lvln.-Co- ITS CURE Berea MtTMIMAL SlMTSQIOOL Printing School Lesson ftj Ber. YflUlem rreni, Mood I). II . IXn-rtnibte Conn mum tnilltole, Chluagu. Department of Berea College (The Citizen is a specimen of our work.) PRINTS IIAND-I1IL1-- LESSON FOR FEBRUARY BAPTISM l.KHSON AND 25. OF LETTEK-HRAD- CAIIDS, TEMPTATION JESUS. rk 1:9-1- HEPOltTS, SER. bn TCXT-Ma- t. 4.1-- . iMKMOrtY Vnil8KR-Ma- tt. OOI.DKN TEXT For In that He Dim-rlinth suffered belnir templeil, I In Is nhle to euccor them that are tempted. Matt PRICES. Your MONS AND BOOKS IN THE BEST MANNER, LOWEST AND AT Ileb. 1:11. IB Tbroo things deserve special notlco In connection with the scene of the patronage Is Jte4 to help students, and to Insure your getting your money's worth. CALL AT THE OKF1CB OR SEND ORDERS I1Y MAIL. SATISFACTION. DRESS YOU WILL GET OAS II. AD- y baptism of Christ: The baptism IU Belt, tho descending dove, and tho heavenly yolco. Tho baptism of Christ Is conncctod with the fact that Christ waa thirty years old. This was the age when priests wero set apart and consecrated to their offico. Tho baptism, therefore, has reference to the priestly ofllce of Christ. By submitting to baptism Jesus Identifies himself with the world's sin. Christ's baptism then waa not personal for ho himself was sinless. The lesson tells us that whllo others, after their baptism, stood confessing their alns In tho Jordan, ho Immediately went up out of the water, for he had no sins to confess but official and representative. Christ submitted to the samo baptism which tho generation of vipers had received, not because he was one of them, but becauso ho was their "representative, and had come to take upon himself their sins. Christ, In submitting to John's baptism, set his seal upon the divinely appointed ministry of John as the fulTestament fillment of the Old prophecy. Ho recognized in John's baptism God's plan for him, and he submitted to It without questioning. If any man In his own right did not need baptism. It was Christ: By this act, Jesus set his seal upon tho rite of baptism, a rlto which may be abandoned only when It no longer teaches any truth. Rebellion against customs and rites for rebellion's sake Is vicious al TERMS Berea Printing School BEREA, KY. Houses to Rent To those who have children to edu cate and wish to reside m Berea for a longer or snorter time to enjoy it educational has advantages, the College number of houses, large and mall, some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable term. Address THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. THE A Individualism. Tho descent of the Holy Spirit Indicates Christ's equipment for bis service. In his sermon In the synagogue ho referred to this truth when he said, Nurse Training School of tho spirit of the Lord God Is resting upon me, because ho hath nnolntcd mo to preach the gospel. Even Christ Berea College could not accomplish his lire work without the aid of tho dlvlno spirit. HAS BEST OPERATING ROOM Nor can wo. AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES Tho voice from heaven could scarcely havo been heard by Christ without FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER his associating It with tbo Identification of himself with tho servant of tho OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT-MENLord In tho prophecy of Isaiah (chapGREATLY INCREASES PROS- Berea Hospital T Tho temptation Is closely allied to PECTS OF RECOVERY. tho baptism ot Christ; Indeed, It Is Rates One Dollar a day and up. based on tbe proclaimed sonshtp of the baptism. From this wo learn that Bond for prompt payment required. In- ters 42 to CO). the greatest temptations ofttlmes, deed generally follow tho greatest UiegBUlga. For further particulars address ay 1 e a Tho temptation was a real event, and not a mero mental or soul struggle. The personality of Satan Is as evident as the personality of Christ In the narrative. Nor Is there anything In the story to Indicate that It is an allegory, but everything predicates a reality. All of the temptations wero along tho line of Christ's Intention to establish tho Kingdom ot God In tbo world. Satan's suggestion to Christ was to take a short cut to the obtaining of Tho adversary did not tho Kingdom ask Christ to do a single wrong thing; he did suggest doing; right things In a wrong way and with wrong motives. There Is nothing wrong in being hungry and satisfying hunger, but It Is sinful to use wrong- measures to satisfy even so natural an appetite. Nor Is It wrong to trust In the word ' and promises of God for deliverance when wo find ourselves in places of danger, but It Is wrong to unnecessar ily placo ourselves in compromising positions because of the temptations or dm nvll nnt nnd then nrpRiime tn relv ' upon the promises of God to extrlcato , us from a position into which wo havo thus been brought. Such Is not an ' act of faith, bat of prosumptlon It Is tempting the Lord God. Nor Is it wrong to engago In the act of worship, but It is sinful to worship anything or anybody other than God. Christ's method ot victory Is significant. Ho does not resort to dazzling Inventions or manifest any attempt at shrewdness In his answers. Ho does not even try to bo original. lie goes to tho quiver of God's woTd, and takes out nn arrow that had been polished by much use. and hurls It at tho ad versary. Ho oxempllcs the pnalmlsla expression: "Thy word havo I hid In mlno heart, that I might not sin against thco." No doubt Jesus quoted from memory. Herein lies the Moss ing ot lenrnlng gospol texts, and cf Btorlng the memory with scripture. Jesus was tempted In all points Uko hs wo aro. Vo must noi think that thoso threo temptations wero tho only ones Christ ewdurcd, even in tho wild erness. Tho narrative says that "When Satan had finished all tho (whole cyclo ot) temptations, bn left htm for season." This tmplL's that thero were other temptations, and that his wbolo life was bond by temptr.Uons. Thero is not a single nte tn tho iircnt organ ot our humanity, which. wben touched, does not produce a sympathetic vibration In tbo mighty scope nad rango ot our master's being cept tho jarring discord of sin. - THE BEREA HOSPITAL - BEREA, KY. f THIS this community. I Mr. Merchant You say you've got it nlL You're selling them all they'll buy, anyhow. But at the same time you would like more business, tj Make this community buy more. J Advertise strongly, consistently, judiciously, t Suppose you con 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 And strong on washtubs. you'll Find every woman in this vicinity who has been getting along with a rickety washtub for years and years will buy a new one from you. That's creative business power. OURo AD. RATE3 ARE RIGHT CALL ON US ad. is directed at the who has oil the business in his line in lliuprrtU.UU.b W N. U.) TRADE MORAL The quality ol what you have to sell is known to some people all of the time and all of the people some ot the time, but advertise regularly with us and you'll reach all of the people all of tho timw Page Four. THE CITIZEN. wishes to hnvo his need corn tested making of useful cltlicns would menu nmy do mi by bringing ten ears to ' untold Incrraso of wealth, by render- tlic Agricultural room, No. 37, Indus Ing productive what nro now not only but nUo enormously trial Ilulldlng. Ilils now txpenilvo encumbronces. CITY TREASURER'S REPORT emphasis on child value calls for In child rearing. Uoport of T. P. Adams, Treasurer, Improved methods Ky., for two years city of Uerea, POLICE COURT NEWS ending Feb. 3, 1912. Win. Wren and five others, accus- March 9, 1910 Iteeelviil from J. V. Stephen". d of discharging firearms within the S 1C3.71 city limit, will bo tried, Feb. 2Hh. l!nl. Cash 87.01 Howard Italian!, charged with sellFrom A. II. Short, Taxes, 2014.61 ing liquor, was tried and dismissed, From A. Powell, Taxes, Feb. 21th. From J. W Baker on side 9.00 loyd Acres from Let" Co., who walk, to pass n .25 was ratight attempting From IX'xton Nash 1,87 check with an alleged forged sigFrom Andrew Hopkins 1.00 nature, was nrrested, Monday, by DeFrom J. S. Iluthorford puty Sheriff Johnson and taken to From J. I.. Gay, Garrett 20.00 Richmond jail. Green, fine Wm. Wilson, charged with drunk-ncs- s From Kate Coddlngton, sldo 70.00 and disorderly conduct, was walk tried In the police Coutt. Feb. 13, From Judge Holllday, 245.11 and fined $.r,. fines, John Wilson, charged with wiling From W. L. Harrison, Tax 3521.32 liquor, waii tried nnd lined 1100 and collected, sentenced to M) days In Jail. Tho From B. F. Coyle, Llcenso GG7.S7 case has leen nppenled to tho CirIssued, etc., 1092.00 cuit Court. From Uerea Nat, Hank February 22, 1912. thrco years ago and secured employ, mrnt at tho C. C. Paper Mills. Ho and In survived by a young widow three, smoll children. Ills brother, Jess, who lives In Taylorsvlllo, III., enmo to Hamilton, and took tho reRest, mains, Tuesday, to Traveler Owsley Co,, Kentucky, for Interment, w hero his mother, sisters, and n host of relatives reside. Wo extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved widow, little fatherless children, and relatives. W. Rcduso and B. Nuform I (aft Corsets World-know- If brains could hate saved th world Solomon would have dono It. A man doesn't know what humiliation Is till he henrs his lovo letters read In court. Tho quickest nay lor a man to find out what others think of him Is to i tin for office. Remember that when you are right you can afford to keep your temer and when you nro wrong you cannot You pay or afford to lose It. No man need ever pray for k'uc while, ho takes cream on his pickles. Tho lecture given by I'rof. Rlgby T. II. wishes his third term waa as Monday morning, In tho Main Chapel sure and promising ns Uerea'. o on "Music and Great Authors' warn BUSY Y. M, C. A, "I.nugh nnd Uie world laughs with 7793 Total cash reed. out of the ordinary Interesting, In you." Yes, and If )ou're on to your amount paid out Totcl spiring, nml calculated to do much Now, that the sieclnl Goset meet- Job you'll learn to laugh when tan per vouchers herewith . good by giving an lmietUB to tho as ings have closed, the Y, M. C. A. hns world laughs AT you. It's as apt to $S010.12 NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A , . ... filed . . u musical uueui uuiuiik me many Biu tlrao to tako account of Itself. Here do ono as the other. VARIETY OF SOURCES Overdrawn on Uerea Is our record. Ijwt week we had endents who heard It. An evening with a good book and 216.37 Nat. Hank rolled In Illble study classes 468 mem- shaded lamp Is a pleasure that costs 'Miss Georgia, who .took charge of1 bers with 39" In attendance or Sl.S little, tMlghts much and Hives no tho Mathematics In tho Coltego dc- 8010.12 SO 10.12 Mr. U. J. Goslger, a special reprepartmcnt last spring semester, on lT cent. We find that out of 190 bad taste in the mouth for tomorrow. sentative of the Globe Tailoring Co., tho resignation of Miss Hoblnson, Is oung men who entered Christian LIBRARY NOTES " of Cincinnati, was In town Friday and now teaching Mathematics In life during the nuttings, '132 or 07 ""FOR SALE tho Saturday assisting Messrs. Hayes and High School nt Catsklll, N. Y. I For the purpose of giving our stu- - ier cent were member of the weekly On Center Street a lood lot kaawa Gott. ICS CITT rilONK nts greater opportunity for select- - Illblo classes, which Is very gratify as tho Sho recently took tho teachers' ex- John Bales place, Houm aad - Ing nnd shows that they are doing a Office over Btrea Bank A Trust Co. Itev. and Mrs. Brookshlro arc mov- nmluatlons In Syracuse, and stands ing their own reading and for formbarn on lot. Good reason for oIUb. ing into Mr. Green Hill's property on rf ru f rn tlm mnl t ,7V Jt n a t , lin Ing new friendships with books, we good work. owe money. D. N. Welch. Yu Y, havo put In tho Heading Itoom Under the nusplccs of the Y. M. Center St. BRECK DAN she visited with Mrs. Iloo and on Joy- ,Mr8 nasor. tMQ con(alnltlR ft varM M. c A returned mission-e- d Mr. Estill Warford has purchased BARGAIN IN LAND talking aver Uerea which Is dear tMwA Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock W)rtmt.nt of lfO0k9 (rom lnc fteclc. try rrom Afr,cili g tt mH. Street reeent-1- ; I the property on Center INSURANCE This collection has been named "Good s!on study class on that continent, A splendid bargain In TJb acres occupied by Mr. K. A. Hoblnson A very Interesting lecture was glv- - Friends." Tho books will be changed and Prof. Itnlnc Is conducting one on stock and fruit Will sign your bond. ' and will tako possession oi It both, farm. This is real meet good laud, and grows flno white bur-le- y Richmond, Ky. Messrs. Floyd Kdd nnd Ell Cornell- - en In the College Chajiel, Tuesday from week to week. At present the South America. These class Phone 505 r.lght, by a representative of tho collection contains a number of rell- - nt the rpgular Sunday School hour, tobacco. 100 Jacres In woodland. son were In Cincinnati last week on , international Harvester Co. bhowlng ' glous books which are specially help- - Sundays, mid . . are very valuable. There I 4k N. TIME TABUS. liiislness I.how tho agricultural world has been ful to people beginning the Christian Is still room for four or five ) tiling i 4 no ocsi sar.u siono quarry In south North Bound Local ern Indiana, flno for building and revolutionized by the introduction of life. men In each class. Also, Pres. Frost fence posts. A good Tho sale is over but wo go on for10:55 p. m. 7:00 a. m. Knoxvllle well, everlastI harvesting marchlnery. As formerly, all new books will Le Is conducting a class on "Mountain ing spring 1:04 p. m. 3:52 a. m. ever at Welch's. BEREA and 2 good cisterns, A Problems," which nnvtH Tuesday 7:45 a. si. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati Mrs. Lucy Gordon who has spent house, splendid barn and all l attract- necessary evenings, tesxir hour. This South Uound Local tho past six months with relatives outbuildings and good outing considerable nttention not only let on public highway. Freo 8: 15 p. m. in Berea and at Big Hill left, Mou- 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati delivery. nmong students, but tho faculty us I BER.EA 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. in. day, for her home In Lexington. Shu School and churches haudy. Reason veil, because of the vital sociological for selling, falling health. For (:65 p. m. 5:54) a. m. was accompanied Knoxvlll by her brother, s which nnd practical questions with Express Trains I'bllllp Hayes, who will send a few call on or address Ixw HayM, he deaU. Stop to take on and let oft passenj days there. Fredrlcksburg. Ind., Quarry Hill Our weekly nii'etingH continue to Form, R. F. D. IS. or Oscar L. Hayea. gers from beyond Dayton, O., or from Mr. James Wagers Is being visit grow better. Ijist Sunday night Dr. Uerea, Ky. AUanta and beyond. Will sell for J12.M ed tills week by his father from Wag- t ... Cowley led the meeting, ami gave n acre South Bound if taken at once. orsville. j ery goo. I talk on the conditions necS:00 a. m. Cincinnati Mr. Waller Dizney left, Monday, i essary to Christian growth and 11:44 a. m. BEREA ANNOUNCEMENT j for Mlddlesboro. the testimony of several new North Bound Welch has decided to run his sale Christian cMivertH ns to their BEREA 4:46 p. m. To tho DfliuccraU and Cltltven of Plows. VULCAN and for the balance of the year practl- - j 8:37 p. m. Cincinnati O Madison County, Kentucky: cally no changes will be made In V. M. C A. audience and OffTho 1 hvreby nnuounco my candidacy prices. icers had a wrb's of pictures made for tho offlco of Judge of tho Madl- Cultivators and Mr. William M. Swope of LexingTHOMAS liihlfli nr.. In lu I1H...I nn Mllillii In n !MIss Welsh returned last Thursday j ton, Ky visited friends In Berea, the. from her home In Maine whither she showing tho big- Htereoptlciin lecture Corn Drills. clato and bo under many obligations , .l . latter part of last week. g'-- t . had been called by the Illness of ami iMi Association in uie . , . .. iu juu iui juut suuiurv. ii nominal-e- d ' A second Baptismal was her mother, leaving Uerea on the 7th. service slate. pledge inyhott to and tkcted. held In the College Chapel, Sunday Unfortunately she did not get to see and OLD HICKORY tho enforcement of tho laws against Hamilton, Ohio, Latter. were her mother alive, 'Mrs. Welsh having afternoon at 3:30. Twenty-eigWagons. nil offenders alike; to hnw no turn. baptized. d'od ou tho day that Miss Welsh Hamilton, O.. Feb. 13. Accordun: Hy for or toward any ono; to do Miss Anna Barrows of Columbia left Berea. to the Cincinnati observatory, this ovrthlng , CAn for tho advancement A Complete Line of Grass Seeds. University Is spending a fow days has been tho coldest winter for of KOOd roaJ. wlu.ou, fnvcrln- The students and faculty of Upper at Pres. Frost's. Mon- nUmt IS years. The average temr- - IiarUcu5ar 8CcUon ot ClmiR'l received a great trt-nCounty. lo uturo for Jan. being below zero. Everybody is happy because they day when Prof. Ralne delivered the treat nvoryeno having business in my of Enoch offlco Born Jan. 27th, to the wife havo been to Welch's. f Monday lecture on "The Culture courteously and kindly; to Johnston, lormerly of Jackson Co., welcome you In tho offlco at all j . Mr. nnd Mrs. A. D. Ellis are detain- College Life." Ky., a ten pound baby.- - --Tho sorles times, and to sue that tho tax payers ed at Boone Tavern on account of the It's u story that never grows old of meetings In tho interest of tho get full vnluo for every illness of Mrs. Ellis. "Savo that difference." cnt of mon-t- y ' Men ami Forward MoveoxpcnJod by the County. Hoping Dr. and "Mrs. Davis were in LouisMrs. Ella Blrdsong of Cleveland, O., with t:i havo a favorable ment," in Hamilton, wns consideration at ville, Lexington and Frankfort for Ii. visiting her arents, Mr. and Mrs. a big rally at tho Y. M. C. A.. Sun- )our hands, I nm yours very truly, three days last week. At Lexlngtoi J. W. Fowler, this week. day afternoon, wheic L. E. Allison, II. C. HIcj. Ihfy attended the sales mid purchas Mr. Will Duncan is visiting with of Dayton, O., nihlreswil iilout 400 ed a fine pony for their boys. A pouy llome folk8 thl8 weck. iren, six'iiklng on "The Wise Men carriage Is coming later and tho lit- Tho officers of tho Keutucky Edit- - shown on tho loan desk, or placed on ot tho East." Monday night there Tho young ladles S. S. class of tho tie friends of Lewis and Hd ni nro nulling tin 'tho rescno shelves for class us. In catlonal Association was ii banquet held In the First M. 2 cans Tomatoes and I Corn, 25c (Jiiristian unurcii gave a social at 1 'ddlng for a ride. nctlvo caiiiialgn for an attendance of tho Lower Library tuch books nro I;, church with two hundred men 3 cans Corn 25c . .. . .... t iu'iicu, . . iioino oi jiev. auu uie i. "l " " " 1 ' " " .77,:. C'splayed on the reading table. Mr. Earnest Bender, who Is now Paturtlay evenlng. Tho fIm ,art 0f piesetit. Tuesday there wns an all 3 cans Peas 25c 23. teachers an employee of Mr. Hearst, of Itlch the evening was delightfully spent vlllo on Juno day session held with large attend- 3 cans Pie Peaches . 25c VALUE OF PROPER TRAINING State aro beginning to realize that -, Is sweeping mond, Ky.. spent Sunday with homeance. ThU" movement ,,iaynK games. Dainty refresh Heavy Syrup Table Peaches, 20c attendance nt these meetings is n oyer the country bringing men, I01KS ments were sereo, u.m w.e in- lUB,IlcM ,)ro,,HltIon and that tho The 1 Is beginning to discover . 25c ,j. inll m(iru acl. ,.ork f()r 2 cans Waldorf Corn Mr. S. Johnson who has been lu the ot each which was found In her plate ,,,, ,. (,,irmlis divl- - that children aro a tremendous asset, ' 2 cans Waldorf Peas chrlst-Hdwh ard Flnncry, Hon of .25c West for some time has como home caused much merriment. It can not afford to allow to t(m F,ani.r,.( aM in ylmy Hospital, ilend. Tho progressive teacher Is tho Waldorf Tomatoes . . .15c for u visit. To do the greatest good to the ono who wants tho opinion of more run to wasto through neglect or bad Hamilton. O.. last Sunday morning of Navy Beans Tho 'Misses .Etta Terry, Luclle 5c per pound greatest number of peoplo Is tho nblo educators. narlng ou tho part of iwrentH; that I aired 22 years 11 and Stella Anglln spent from slogan tho vast sums spent In our criminal ironths and S days. Mr. Flanery was Choice Dried Peaches, 2 ic " ai woicii a. Friday until Sunday at the homo of CHICKS HATCHED TO ORDER lilals nnd lu maintaining pcnltentla- - liorn In Owsley Co., Ky where ho Mr. Ii. Harris, of Uerea who Is n AT .Miss Hello Jones at Wlldlp. 'U'H W""'d dn UWa-- ' lived W'lth hl mother Until ho COIUO traveling salesman for a Fertilizer Who wild everybody didn't trade , Spink Is prepared to handle f cMlllrcn woru ,,ro)4.r,y tralll. alIllU(m Co. Is stranded in Tenn. with mumps. . at Welch's? limited amount of custom hatching. arc made of Fabrics n for their DURABILITY nuggets"from different mines and STRENGTH I COYLE'S DRY GOODS STORE less get more 0 ooooooooaoaoaoooaooeooooooaoooooo LOCAL PAGE . .. - 1 I 1 oebaoooaooaooaoaoaoooeoaoooooooooooi DR. BEST, DENTIST H. J j ' I a' j FARMERS OLIVER Harrows, STUDEBAKER parti-cular- ' pr pur-pose- ." m 1 ht j I t j "Save the Difference" ' ojM-iie- , ir. ' ,, Ml T. ., i PreR-whlc- Ne-vlu- s, .lu.ill:s. 1 , Ilev. W. P. Wllks, tho former pastor of tho Baptist church who Is now studying In tho Theological Seminary at Louisville, was In Iterva nt tho first of tho' week and preached at tho Baptist church, Sunday morning. Delivers came to Hamilton nbout Much interest Is being manifested I. ' lu thu new green house which has lust been completed ut tho corner of tho ' Industrial Building. This will make It possible to grow plants, and experl- ville, incut with soils during tho winter WANTED: All your turkeys and term. About five hundred students chickens at a good price. J. S. Gott, are taking some work In Agriculture :: or Horticulture this winter term. Dopot Street. And tho fow experiments, which havo Sevoral young people weru quite way on earth to do so pleasantly entertained at tho homo dltlou of The best moisture and luut uro provis to buy candy, pencils, tablets, of C. C. Early, Friday evening, Fob. ing very successful. composition books, neckwear, 1C. It was a combination Leap Year Tho school garden out ot doors WORTH $20.00 for $14.50 WORTH $10.00 for $7.00 WORTH $15.00 for $10.50 hosiery, post cards, jewelry, and Valentine party. Those entertain- hns not satisfactory, because WORTH $15.00 for $10.50 WORTH WORTH $12.50 for $8.75 $7.00 for $4.75 ed wero: The Misses Wilson, Scrlv-ne- r, chinaware, and get all your the students havo gone homo beforo ; : Hill, Wyatt, Beck. Mclntyre, tho results could bo seen. Tho Green needs supplied at WORTH $19.00 for $7.50 WORTH WORTH $10.00 for $7.50 $5.00 for $3.50 Urookshlro ami Messis. C. O. BowHouse makes It possible to observe man, Mcdulre, Herbert Hays, Brady, different plants during tho germinatPaul Edwards, Jack Elliott, Bailey, This it only a few of (be Bargains we are offering. All Winter goods have ing, growing and maturing seasons nil and Wyrlck. been greatly reduced. NOW is the time to buy if you want to SAVE MONEY nt one time. Tho Washington orator, Hamilton A flno collection ot troplcul plants And don't forget the music and Holt, Is entertained nt tho President's bus ulready been received from thu "THE QUALITY STORE" OF the place. Everybody knows j House, where tho Executive officers I', S. Goverumeut. where to find "THE RACKET cf tho Institution and tho gentlemen special emphaAt tho present time STORE." of the Colfego Fuculty took breaksis Is being given to seed testing, bolls, fast with him this morning. and fruit growing. Any farmer who Porter is now in Browns-ville. Tex . In tho biggest Drug Storo In tho South-weand at u good sal- - ' nry. His family Is btlll In San Anto- do, but will soon Join him in Drowns- Mr. G. E. st J Mr. Allen Iloglo this week. 1.4 visiting In town u, Mil GREEN HOUSE FOR BEREA ' L?,' '"a '"..ZetaT Mli mya 0rion Sw(,t ?KSt KS 't:,,m,,t"7: lh i.tlSJ! TATUM'S Any Time goods. KEEP SWEET Reduced Prices Suits & Overcoats Ladies' Skirts will continue for a few more days on all winter i I Ladies' Long Coats THE RACKET STORE ::::::: BEREA, KENTUCKY HAYES & GOTT February a, 191 1. THE CITIZEN. that long sessions aro tuoro profitable than short terms nnd largo cotton crops, this will ho tho ideal snot of tho South, I am principal of a splendid llttlo school going as high as tho tenth grade. I am toachlng tho following subject, Geometry, Algebra, Latin, Clvlca, Grammar, Literature and History, and I havo organized a Liter ary Society which Is familiarly known as Alpha Zcta. When Botno of my frionds heard from mo last I was working Llfo Insurance hut now I am teaching. Tho change Is duo to tho potent lnfluenco l of Cnllrirn. TlV llnrrl ot.i.lw In Ilerea 1 mado myBclf ablo to moot tho Issue when It camo. Alono and unknown to all I stood tho test ond 'camo out victorious. First I gained tho confidence of tho pcoplo then stood r.n examination which rank-- j od among tho highest I tell you thla for tho bencft of tho studontn who nro in school; to encourngo them to apply themselves diligently and thoroughly. Thcro Is a difference between passablo scholarship and good scholarship. Tho man who Just passes wont bo as ablo to meet tho issues as tho one who goes fnr nbovo. Success to Tho Citizen nnd friendly greetings to my friends, Bar-Oi1 Page Five. It Pays to Advertise A Good Thing! , Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? You Since the first insertion of our ad in The Citizen two weeks ago we have installed sixteen new telephones for folks who read and think. Get the Telephone Habit it pays. Residence phone, free service to any part in Madison Co., $1.50 per month. buy the same for less money goods at Engle's Store Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, Flour, Meal, Sugar, Coffee Always The Best BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED . . Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? Phone 60 INTENSIVE FARMING . . Diseases Among Horses Caused by Spoiled Corn Inquiries as to tliu ciiumj und nature of h peculiar disease tu cattle, horses and mules from different localities In tho statu liavo boon received at the Kxcrlmcnt Station, The affected animals at theso different places present tho sumo gcncrnl symptoms, with slight variations which might ho exacted. Tho dlseaso op-aro only when horses mid mules iira fed on grain or roughage which pi Feb. C, lam Court clerk for Issuing tho license, Dear Citizen: TENNESSEE tho rest to tho state fund. Dyorsburg, Tenn., Feb. D, 1U12. j As our subscription has expired to FISH It Is of the utmost Importance that I The Citizen I will tako tho privilege game mid harmless Kdltor of The Citizen, tho fish and nil of writing whllo renewing. I am teach-- ! and fanner in birds be protected, First, becauso of Kvery siiortsmaii Dour Sir: ing In a rural school. My husband hap-- ! Kentucky should make eery effort tho food value. Second, becauso of It Is a glad day that brlugs Tho ixned to an accident and was unablo secure the iNissage of the newly tho economic vnhio of birds, Third, Citizen to mo every week from my to to work, so I gavo up house keeping proposed "Act for the I'lotectlon of in order that wholesome recreation beloved Kentucky homo. Tho valubegan my former employment j and Oamo nnd l'lsh'' throughout the htnte. may bo afforded ull who Indulge In able Information contained in its j of teaching. I began teaching on a net provides for tho creation of hunting and other out door sports. This pages Is enjoyed by all tho housepvrmlt end had only u short tlmo commission that shall look to the Kentucky Is far behind many other hold whero 1 reside, as well as myfor revlow to tako tho examination. preservation uud propagation of nil states in tho protection of game. self. as i nnu not laugnt ror rivo years kinds of gain" and fish that are deem- When nlsjut all tho buffaloes wero lljersburg, Tenn., Is n town koine I had need of review. Tho examlnn- ed of public value. killed a law was passed forbidding entailer than ltlchuioud, Ky., situattions hero cover thirteen branches. Under tills act no onu will Ihi aiiyono to kill them. Kentucky should ed on tliu 'Memphis Uranch of tho Aftor tho examination you can't pre nut make this mistake In dealing In hunt or fish ml the Illinois Central It. It. It is in the how glad 1 was I had gone to mises of another without either nV with the game within tho stato. center of tho Tennessee Cotton Helt i , Xnv...n1 triw... f 1, null I IUIU IU UtlU cojinty or a state license nnd of When tho coplo speak tliu legis- and In what Is geographically known "vivu nuiiiiui,, ,lort,cult,,ro womloroa tUcu wbat itun not without tho iK'niiissliiii of lature will net fliid now Is tho tlmo ni, tho Mississippi Hot oms. Tho soil bonof(t j w011,d om. cct mjt of , owner. owncis mid tenants to spenk. u very teriuo nnu adapted to any Wo had to be examined on It this 011 their own laud without may hunt kind of crop Hint grows In this o. ytnr. I passed with a gnulo of license. but tho people aro making tho Wo havo to teach music and IN MEMORIAM Wurdeus are to bo appointed fur Mine sad mistake that Central Ken- drawing also and I nm now reaping each county, and all persons violattucky Is making lu tobacco raising. tho benefits of what 1 thought then .1... ..,.tl ...1.lt. t Circular letter No. 1. Moadquurtcrs n'h.n nr.. ing tho gumo laws lu any way will " "ut ' was a wasto of time, and tho natrons f" (limit! Capt. Jos. West Tost No. 171, Uerea, ho liable to arrest and fine, ,TU""! I0' y dt.lct think Herea's methods , the, Ky., Juu. 20, llMl!. and hunting paraphernalia ill a8 toochlns are fine. How true Mrs. It Is with deeiest regret that wo Loll with cotton raising. They are possession of violators of the law .,, ., :.., . Bv ... 1IO , O UU . .... disposed of by the must announce the death of our will bo seized uud "verj0tt. bu. dlJhl UCM u'g bill Ct,0l' V wl after a Hubert Johnson, who passed the greatest crop of any ugo or coun warden. lurt of this money will be o paid to tho warden, the rest suit unity on the morning of Dec. Ti, '11. try, that crop is their bojs nnd whllo." May tho Normal ever grow better to tliu state treasurer to create a ilo served us a private in Company I, girls. I like the public school system of u,"'or Honn Dlnsmoro's caro and tho fund to ho used In protecting nnd 11th Ky. cavalry. AfUir tho war ho wuruera propagating tho gumo. A county li- settled In Jackson County, Ky., and West Tennessee, becauso It Is able l"nuo,,c' ot IIcreas cense can bo secured for $1, a statu lived there up until tho last two 10 givo tho pupils a liberal education uprean irom ocean 10 ocean. Respectfully, license for $1. A small portion of years of his llfo which ho sicut lu as high as tho ulnth grade. And when tho pcoplo become convinced these fees will go to tho County liercu. Myrtlo Cay Sharpo. LAW 10 PROTECT GAME AND , 11 jht-niltl.'- il lltj-winlno-ty-flvI blind sluggers, putrid Bora throat, etc. Tho present He axon is especially favorublo to tho production of this disby ease, as a dry season, followed tains, is favorablo to tho development of vegetable iMiisonB on tho grass and fodder, which, consumed in largo quantities, results fatally. Tho acute typo Is characterized by tho abruptness of Its appearance, with gravo general disturbances, which immedilas become overgrown with mold, ately manifest themselves. Tho anieither In tho pasture, or tho barn. mal may succumb In one night. There An outstanding foaturo In every out- la Homt'tlmes violent trembling and break Is that tho nffoctcd animals twisting of tho muscles over tho OBITUARY body, producing Irregular nnd havo had acccrs to unwholesoino feed gult. Sometimes tho anieither In the pusturu or In the stable uncertain A. V. Llroughton, formally of this II10 corn may apixar bound, but on mal walks In n circle. Tho gait is state, died at his homo In Sommer-vlll- e, It Is found to bo weak and unhteady. Tho pharynx Is closo examination 0., Feb. 4, 1S12, aged fifty yrs., I affected with mold. Various micro- - either partially or completely para- - two months, ten days, having been oreanlsms have been found to lm lyzed. Tho tonguo is paralyzed and rick about six weeks, ilo was a eon mouth, tho and associated with tho disease, but tho protrudes from of Rov. Stephen llroughton, and was toxins produced by tho mold when ftllva falls In streams from tho born at Livingston, Ky., Nov. 23, 1S61, Introduced Into tho stomach of tho lips. Tho pupil Is dilated and, us a Most of his llfo was spent In Kun- nulmnl produce death. Serious dlsciiso lule, tho conjuctlva xls congested. tucky. In 11)03 ho moved to Somnier- has long been known to result In The pulxo Is variable nnd may bo : vllle, Ohio, nnd lived there until his animals from many feeds, as unclean very rapid and hard, or scarcely denth. Respiration Is hurried and w damned fodder, unclean water, Ho was united with tho Ilaptlst musty hay, molded corn, decomiosed Jerky. Tho tcmporaturo may bo ' church in 1881) and has since been n highly elevated, which Indicates potatoes, etc an actlvo member. Ilo was a true resistance of tho animal to the dis- man, and n dovoted Christian. His foruge Klsonlng Tho horses, mules and cows U a ease, and becoming subnormal it In- - llfo was siicnt In doing deeds of disease, which he dlcates approaching death. Tho sub- memory of him - kindness nnd the longs to 11 group 01 crypiogiimic nvuto cases aro slower in meir ueveiwill ever live in tho hearts of thoso .. . . t ... ....... I. ..., l linn .mtiintit ...... llw uviiitttfima nm tint iuhnill ..v iittil ..... IOKOIIIIIg IlIIU is imuuuku milv ........ ho has Influenced towards .... t 111 Ihn IllmtlVII mufti n.. t.lnlnnt In ..ntiiti .. recti coninminaieu uj munis 10 righteousness thnu there ait) uo well marked constitutionHorses aro more susceptible Tho weeks of severe suffering were mules, though not Invariably. Tho ul symptoms, nnd improvement usu- - 1. i...i. ally takoa place on the third or fourth dlBeimt) Is characterized by symplons nil litlm iifi till HUn. tiu mnut If sv. which nro referable to a disturbance day. TIiuso who mlba him aro his wlfi Tlioro is 110 known means of urti-flcIn tho nervous system, tho mortality chlldrtMi, two brothers, two si3- will flvo protection ami tho disease runs vry high and but few well jUrs and many friends. Ills sisters Suckling recur If the animals nro ngaln allowdoveloiied cases recover. nro Mrs. Win. Arvlno of Wagcrsvllle, foals do not contract tho disease'. In ed access to skilled feed. It would Ky.. and Mrs. It. C. Gentry of the Bnmo outbreak the dlseaso may bo well, therefore, to Investigate the 111. Ills brothers nro W. A. manifest Itself in ono of three fornio, condition of tho corn and roughage, llroughton of Lucy. Ky., nnd M. M. food sparingly or not at all, e and abortive nnd and to acute, llroughton cf Itlchmond, Ky. Tho is referred to under tho term crypto-liaml- e lu order to protect against further los latter having been nt his bedside for lKiltonlng. forago iKitsoulng, from this trouble. eight days previous his death. I IlolKjrt (irahum, 1). V. !M. enzootic cerebrltls, episootic cercbro- A Friend. Kentucky Kxperlment eterinririaii, spinal meiilngltlH. Station.' grass staggers, choking distemper, LETTERS TO THE CITIZEN cn-tl- ro I d ' While living in Jackson County ho was 11 devout member of tho Ilaptlst church at Chlnquopln Rough and a member of Capt. Levi 1'ennlngton Post O. A. It. at Annvlllc, Jackson Co., Ky. In moving to Korea ho became a member of Capt Jas. West Post 0. A. It. At tho tlmo of his death ho was Chaplain of tho Post. Ho was deacon of tho Ilaptlst church at Ilerca and a member of tho Masonic order. Wo always found in Comrade Johnson a faithful citizen and christian. Lewis Sandlin. M. II. Ramsey. 0. 11. Cabbard. Committee. R. J. ENGLE, APPLES , Ky. Marshall K. Vaughn. imiaski, Tcnn., Feb., To tho Kdltor of Tho Citizen: In my travels I find that every Mate I visit in the South is "tooting" Its horn and getting results too. Somo advertise tho climate, (which has been very dlsagreeablo for about six weeks) somo tho rich soli and somo tho mineral deposits. I havo met not less than ono hundred pooplo down hero this winter (all from north of tho Ohio river) looking for farms. I find that theso people are leaving tho north on account of tho cold winters and high priced I. t.,1 .mmu. 16, 1912. ..t I I I 1 1 'should wake up. all pull together and advotUjo old Kentucky and peciaiiy iferea and vicinity. Tho enterprising business men tf Ilerca could well afford to snend a I few dollars each year In advertising tho many advantages to bo had in nnd around Ilerca. if ono wants to live in town, can he beat Ilerca for schools, churches health, climate or most anything else tiiot goes to make up au Ideal locution for a home? If ono wants a farm, lin mm rof ' ' . ,ew m" pi " erea at a 1" I nun t. ji tsceniH 10 mo mat. . ... tun al Car-loc- k, -- sub-acut- 1. leln .t iUJ ,1 t,,,tt I11H JHITStJ, irOIU It'll DU1L tO ono hundreil dollars per acre, Wo need scientific farmers, dairy- men and gardeners. Why not Invite j tl.cm from the north? They aro only waiting for an invitation to i:ako their homes in tho Dluo Grass slate. Let us spread the invitation. Wake up Hereans, Wnko up! W. U. Harris. KANSAS Scctt City, Kansas, T ' com-liid- e, t 0URIN6 It Is claimed by the frlcuds of Mr. Schoberth that ho will win after a THE WINTER hard fight. Tho Eaton Compulsory ' Mr. J. W. Adams of Whites Sta Primary Bill, which has Just passed tion mado tho Editor a gift of a tho Legislature, to escape which the half dozen apples yesterday which snaii primary was called In tho inwero as sound as a dollar. Mr. Adams terest of Mr. Cantrlll, It Is thought, has fallen upon a novel way of keep- will bo mado to apply by the addition ing his apples through the coldest cf an emergency clause. But Mr. Schowinter weather. Ho puts them in bar- berth, however, expects to enter tho rels and places tho barrels in a good Primary. placo In his gardon, throwing looso ELLIS TO BE ELECTROCUTED Tho deatli sentence passed uuon dirt up around them and covering them over tho top to a depth of James Ellis by the Whitley Circuit four inches. court for the killing of Squlro Bcaty On opening somo barrels a few days and Constable Heath nt Burnsido was ago ho said that ho found nono of affirmed by tho Court of Appeals last the apples frozen and 90 per cent of week, and Ellis will dlo In the electhem perfectly sound. tric chair at Eddyvllle. If apples thus protected could cn- ANOTHER WANTS THE HONOR duro tho weather of tho past months, It Is said that several persons dyit seems that Mr. Adams' method ing In distant states have confessed might bo copied to advantage by to firing tho shot that killed Senator ovcry one. Goebel. Tho last who wished his name coupled with that crlmo was IN OUR OWN STATE ono James Gilbert who claimed to (Contiuuttf from firt page) bo from Breathitt County, Kentucky, and a member of the Hargis faction. TO KKGULATE INSURANCE Gilbert was killed In a pistol duel at KATES Helena, Ark., on tho 15th, and Just Tho Senate Bill providing for a beforo dying said that ho fired the commission of three men, Including fatal shot that killed Goebel. tho State Insurance Commissioner, to HOOK WORM AT FORD pass upon fire insurance rates ns fixDr. I. A. Shirley, who is , maklug by the companies operating In Kened investigations under tho Rockefeltucky, passed tho Lower Houso of ler Institute, reports the discovery ot tho Legislature the latter part of jca cases of Hook Worm at Ford In the week by a vote ot 78 to 7 lu I Clark County. splto of the urgent efforts of the insurance lobby. This Is another bill newTofThe week which reflects credit upon tho Contlnuni from first pagej administration. York, Tuesday evening, for Columbus, PIHSON REFORM HILL Ohio, whore ho addressed the conThe Democratic platform called stitutional convention, Wednesday for the taking of the prisons but of immediately thereafter afternoon, politics, and Governor McCreary, both starting on his return to New York from tho stump and In his messago City. to the Legislature, expressed himTHE WORLD IN CINCINNATI self in favor of such a measure, and A great missionary exposition is in accordance with his wishes tho to be held In Cincinnati from March bill providing for a bipartisan :ith to April Ctli. It will occupy tho board was Introduced Into tho Lower entire group of Music Hall buildings House by Mr. Atherton of Louisville. and is known as "Tho World In CinRut during tho absence of Mr. Athercinnati." Tills is a novel and originton, when it had been assured that al schema for presenting tho Christho measure would pass, a party mea- tian missionary cause. A similar exsure was substituted, known as tho position was held In Boston in 1911 Hill, which also claimed to which was Hamilton uttended by 375,000 visihavo tho Governor's sanction; nnd tors. now it is assured that this bill will Tho railroads are to give reduced pess the Senate nnd recolvo tho Cover-- ! rates nnd the religious population nor's signature. Iloth tho Legislature from Ohio and neighboring states ond tho Governor have beeii subject- ought to tnko advantago of tho oped to tho soverest criticism by tho portunity to learn In a concreto way press throughout tho state, tho Courviiat Is being dono by Christianity ier Journal taking tliu lead and char- for tho heathen nations of tho world. acterizing tho action ns "tho hog reHIGHEST HONOR GOES BEGturning to its wallow." GING Is greatly to bo regretted that It On the establishment of tho Chian administration whoso nets until nese Republic, as rojiortcd last week, this tlmo have met with universal Dr. Sun Yat Sen offered his resigupproval sliould fall so suddenly to nation as provisional President and such depths. Dr. Yuan Shi Kal took up tho reins OPPOSITION TO CANTRILL of government in his stead. He Is Stato Representative Harry Scho-bert- h now reported ns wishing to bo has announced his caujldacy of tho burden and Is only defor tho Democratic nomination for sirous of returning to his fann. Ho United Stntes Representative lit tho uiges the election of Dr. Sun Yat 7th District to oppose Mr. Cantrlll. Sen. 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THE CITIZEN. February 22, 1912 YN0PSI3. Philip Cayley, accused of a crime of which he In not guilty, resigns from the Hrmy In dlsarrace and his affection for Iil friend, Lieut Perry llunier, turns to Paired. Cay lev seeks solitude, where he perfects a nylne machine. While aoarlnir over thr Arctic regions, he picks "P. riirlotMy shaped stick he had seen In the assassin n hand. Mounting ncain. he rtla. overs a yacht anchored In the bay near the steamer, he meets a irtrl on an Ice floe. He learn that the elrl's name la Jeanne Fielding and that the yacht has rome north to seek slirns of her father. Captain FleldlnK. an art-tiMplorer. A party from the yacht Is search aahnrc. After Cayley departs Jeanne finds that he had dropped a curiously-shaped stick. Captain i'lanck and the surviving crew of hla wrecked whaler n are In hldlnr on tha coast. A slant named lloecoe, had murdered Fteldlns and his two companions, after tho explorer had revealed the lavatlnn of an enormoim ledire of pure arold. Itnscoe then took command of the party, H develops Hint the ruffian had committed the murder Mil nested br Cayley. rtosroe plana lo rapture the yaeht and escape with a. W load of rotd. Jeanne tells Fanshaw, owner of the yncht. atout the visit of the and shows him the stick left bj Cayley. Fanshaw declares that It la an Ksklnin throwing stick, used to shoot dsrta. Tom Fanshaw returns from the Hrchlnic party with n sprnlned ankle. Terry Hunter Is found murdered and 'avley Is accused of the crime but Jeanne tilleves him Innocent. A relief party Roes to find the searchers. Tom confesses his love for Jeanne. She rows ashore and enters an abandoned hut. ma-Mn- R ruf-nasky-ma- n CHAPTER VII ntlnued. J' The sight of It might well hare caused astonishment or alarm In the girl's mind. Uut It was neither alarm nor attonlshment that her next act expressed. She dropped down on her knees beside the rude wooden bunk, drew tho chest up close In tho tight embrace of her young arms, laid hci cheek against the cold polished surface of Its blackened wood, and cried. Every question that might havo asked itself how tho thing could litre come there, and what Its coming might protend to herself or to the other of the Aurora's people was swept awar In a sudden rush of filial (Section and regret which the sight of " Instantly awoke. It bad reached her with that sudden poignant stab of memory which inanimate objects, familiar by long association, seem to be more potent to call up than the very persons of the friends with whom they are associated. The sight of her father himself could hardly have had so Instantaneous and overwhelming nn effect upon her as the sight of this old chest, which was one of the earliest of her associations with him. It had always stood, until he bad taken It with him on that last voyage nf his, upon a certain farther corner of his desk in the old library. It was one of those objects of a class that children always love smooth, polished, beautiful; beautiful and, at the same time, defying curiosity. It was quite a masterpiece of cabinet work. No hinges were visible, snd the cover fitted so closely upon the box Inself that the line which separated them was hard to discover. And there was no traco of keyhole or look. To tboso uninitiated Into Its secret. It defied any attempt to open it. Presently she seated herself on the hunk, took the little chest on her knees and set about opening it. He tween the cold and her excitement she found this rather a difficult thing to do, though her mind never, never hesitated over tho slightest detail of the necessary formula of procedure. She knew In Just what order to press In thoae Innocent-lookinlittle ornamental lacks In tho brass binding; remembered the right moment to turn the box up on its end and let the Just released steel ball roll down Its channel to the pocket, where it must lie before the last pressure upon the last spring would prove effective,. She no more faltered over It than she would havo faltered over her alphabet And at last, when her numbed fingers had completed their task, the counter-weightelid rose slowly by Itself, Just as it had used to, and revealed to her swimming eyes the contents of tho Interior. Up to the moment she had not realized what the finding of tho dispatch box meant. It had not occurred to her that a full account of her father's expedition, a narrative which would reach, perhaps, to the morning of the last day of all, was lying here, right under her eyes. Uut now when the cover opened and she saw beneath It a thick volume, bound In rod morocco, sho realized that here, under her hand, was the very object. In search of which the Aurora had set out upon her perilous voyage. The first sight of her father's clear, erect, precise handwriting warmed her with a sudden courage. Hut even this new inspiration of courage did not make her strong enough to turn back and read tho last entry In that tragic Journal first. She tried to do it, but the will failed her. So she began at the beginning. Once sho had plunged Into the fascinating narrative, the whole of tho outside world faded away from her. She was oblivious to the (act that the darkness outside was no longer the mere darkness of the fog; oblivious to the rising wind that poured Its Icy stream through the leaky walls of- - the hut and made the candle flicker; oblivious, even to the very sound which she had meant to wnlt for the sound of Tom's voice calling out to her from the yacht, and the sound of other, more alarming, nearer voices. They all fell on deaf ears as she turned page after page of that precious record of her father's life. It wan written, In the main. In the scientific, observant, unlmpassloned temper which she knew so well. He chronicled those days of peril, when their ship, crushed In the Ice, and only kept from sinking by that very Ice, which had Just destroyed her, was drifting along in the 'pack,' to what seemed certain destruction, as quietly and as explicitly as he did tho uneventful voyage through Uehring strait. The man's courage was so deeply elemental In him that he could not be about It. lie told of the land, the strange, uncharted Bhore, whose discovery offered them a respite, at least, from that destruction; told how he got his remaining stores ashore and built the hut, where, In all human probability, he and his companions wero to spend tho rest of their lives. Finally she reached the record of the day when he bad consigned to the sea the bottle containing tho chart of the coast and the account of his plight, together with tho course which the relief ship must take, should such a relief ship bo sent out, to have any hopo at all of reaching them. "I suppose," his narrative for this day concluded, "there Is hardly ono chance lu ten thousand that my message will ever be picked up, and certainly not one In a million that it will be found In time to bring an effiictive relief. However, It helps to keep the others cheerful, and that In the main At the close of tho day's entry was a single line which contracted her heart with a sharp spasm of pain. This is Jeanne's birthday," it said. She resumed her reading presently, and csmo to the point where the Walrus people entered Into tho narrative; their plight, their rescue and their welcome by tho three, men, who by now were the only survivors of the original expedition. Sho was reading faster now, with nono of those little meditative pauses that had marked her progress through tho earlier pages of the Journal, for the sinister termination of the narrative began to foreshadow Itself darkly, from the moment the first moment of the appearance of tho Walrus people on tho scene. Her father's description of tho man Roscoe, of the expression that had been plain to read In his face as ho had listened to tho account of the ledgo across the glacier, gave her a aiiuriuYr-Inpremonition; apparently, her father had experienced the name feeling himself. Day after day Roscoo'si name appeared, always accompanied by some little phnso of misgiving. For Just one day this dread seemed lo have been lifted from Captain Fielding's spirit. That was the day the sun came back to them, putting an end to their long arctic night. "It has been a hard winter," he wrote, "and 1 am glad It Is over. The hardest thing about It lias been our sleeplessness, gold-bearing scribe the scene that they enacted thero. The man Roscoe certainly means to kill me. If it were not for my conviction that the danger from him is largely personal to myself, that he means me and no other, probably, for his victim. I think I should have him shot as a measure of Justifiable prevention. He is not a man, but a great sinister brute literally sinister, I shall walk for ho is warily, and hopo the crisis may soon be over" Evidently that part of his wish had como true. The book slipped out of the girl's hands, and she sat, with eyes, staring at tho candle, until It guttered and went out. Slowly, the outside world began to tako its place again around her. She knew that she was shivering, that the Icy wind was whining through tho cracks In her rude shelter. She thought she heard some one moving about outside, and that thought brought her quickly to her feet. She made her way to the door of tho hut, called out; waited a breathless instant and cried aluud In sudden terror 'left-handehorror-widened half-froze- from which we havo all suffered. Today we have enjoyed a change, having taken a walk along the beach Even Roscoe seems humanized a little by a return of the frank sunshine, and may, perhaps, devrlop Into a toleralilo companion. Tomorrow I have promised, if It Is fine, to guide them across the glacier to the gold ledge." It was the next to tho last entry In tha Journal. Sho turned the page, paled and pressed her lips tight together when tho array of blank pages beforo her told her that she had reached the end. Then alio read tho last words her father had ever written. "Took the Walrus peoplo to the ledge today Havo no heart to de- CHAPTER VIII. i x Neither Alarm Nor Astonishment That Her Next Act Expreued. Apparitions. Hoscoo did not pause to investigate the effect of hla blow, nor to wate a second one. If tin) man who had confronted him thero in the companion-wawas deud, so much tho better. If , hu were only the Job could bo finished at any time. Ho was out nf the .way for the present ut least. Hoscoo hurried on, searching staterooms and pussagoways and finally the crew's quarters, forward. When he had Hatlfled himself that be and hU men wero In undisputed possession of tint yacht, ho emerged nit deck ngnln by the forward hatchway, and found Captain I'lanck already there. Ho directed him to go below with Schwartz, who had been engineer aboard the whuler, and get stunm up ns promptly as possible. He himself remained on deck, directing tho unloading and stowage nf those precious golden slabs that the rest of the party were bring out lu bouts from the shore. "We've got It all, Roscoe, uuless you v. ant thorn barrels of whale oil," a man In tho last boat rces out us they came alongsitfe. "We'll leavo them to pay for this nickel-plateship," Roscoe answered. "Come! alive uud gut aboard. Wo'll ho ready to start ok booh as we can get u little daylight." He looked them over, numbered y half-dead- If they had been to many sheep, noted that they vre all here, and poor Miguel; Planck except Schwartt wore down toiling at the boilers. "Stay here) till I corae back." ht "I'.m going below to see commanded. that everything's stowed all rlht. When I com back I want to talk to you." the after H disappeared down hatchway, switched on a light and Indulged In a loug, satisfied look at the great masses of precious metal which were stacked, according to his directions, in the strongroom. Ills purpose In coming down here H meant to se thnt was threefold, the gold was stouJ correctly and he meant to lock the room up, no that Its precious contents would not be tampered with, and bring the key away with him. Ho was not afraid that any of bis crew would try to steal It, but he thought the moral effect of halng It locked away whole It was inaccessible to them, and of his keeping the keyln hlx own possession, would by n help In maintaining his prestige as commander They know the sea better than ho did. Just ns he knew the rock. It wan nature of necessary to do Homethlng to bolster up bis position as chief of tln party and keep it above riUputc lie did not want to hae to kill any of them jet. The Aurora would bo enough as It was. Put there was one morn reason for that hurried trip to the strongroom. He wanted to be sure that n certain rosewood box had come aboard along with the treasure and what few stores they wero taking away with them. That little box had occupied much of bis leisure since the day when he had murdered the owner of It He had sometimes wished that when It came Into bis hands that day he had yielded to his first Impulse to shatter It. for the thing had always mocked him with him, He had c "n seen It lying open on Captain Fielding's table In tho tiny wailed-of- f cubby hole of a room they called the captain's cabin, while the captain himself was writing up his Journal or working upon hla charts. He had, during that first winter, frequently thought of trying to open It, should the opportunity offer Itself Alter the murder, when he took that little room for his own quarters, he found the box and prescred It wllh the idea that now, ut least, hu would get the better of it He knew what Its contents wero well enough Captain Fielding's charts and Journnl, and ho had no curiosity concerning them. Ilut the secret mechanism of the box itself tantalized him, and he meant some day to solve It. Onro ho had done so, he would kick the thing to pieces and destroy Its contents Thnt was all there was to It at first, but during tho next winter, when the long night kept them prisoners In their narrow quarters, tho mystery of that little rosewood box took on an added importance to him and lo tho othors, out of all proportion to any effect which the solution of it could have. One by one, with the exception of the Portuguese, they tried. Hour after hour they labored with it, and they failed. The rest of them gave it tip, and their admitted defeat gavo Roscoe another Incentive for solving the thing himself, for he meant to leave no stone unturned to convince them that they were fools and weaklings, that he, Hoscoo. was the only man umong them. Such a conviction was necessary to his leadership. It was toward the nd of that winter that the Portuguese made a suggestion destined to bear fruit. "It's a curse that has sealed up that box," he said. "You can't open It, and If you break it, the curse will kill you." He evidently believed Implicitly In this theory, for no persuasion could Induce him to touch tho box himself Gradually the others had shown, by them as the very morning when Hoaroe had murdered him Its discovery would go a long way toward bridging tha gap which Itnicoo meant to leave in their departing trail. In short. If that rosewood box were left behind, Roscoe would always feel that he was In mot or leas danger of detection, And he didn't mean to have a thing like that hanging over him. Consequently, when he discovered that the box was not on board, nnd that lilt particular Injunctions concerning it had hern either neglected or disobeyed, he came raging up on deck again, n most formidable figure, which caused his companions, hardened rufflnns though they were, to cower nnd shrink awar from him. In a torrent of furious blasphemy, ho demanded to know why that box had not been brought aboard; and the concentrated lees of his rage he emptied at last upon the two men whom ho had ordered to do It. "Now," ho concluded, when tho torrent hnd spent Itself, "you go ashore, you two. Yes, you, Carlson I mean you and you, Rose; go ashoro now and get It" Then, after a momentary silence, again, ho raced out the command amid u foul flood of abuse. Uut still they made no move to nbev. nnd tho big Swede, In eUdent terror, answered him. "I won't get It. Roscoe. If you want that box, you can got It yourself." "What lu hell do you mean!" the leader stormed. Hut his voice, even as he spoke, lost Its confident tang of throw It off, he blustered, stornrd at and abused them for i puck of liars. Ilut In the end he sprang down Into ono of the boats, and said he would Whether he fetch the box hlmnelf believed their story, or not, It was tho only thing for htm to do. As ho pulled shoreward he tried hard to convince himself that he did not believe It; that Rose nnd Carlson hnd probably forgotten nil about box, nnd had trumped up the story avoid the necessity of going back for It. He beached his boat, ncrnmbled ashore and sot out walking doggedly along In the direction of the hut. Tha fog was still nil but Impenetrable, oven to hi practised vlakm. but he know tho shore like the palm nf tils hand, and he trudged on without a paute, until hn was within ten pjces, perhaps, of his destination, Ilut there ho faltered nnd sloppo. 5 tnfei trf turned about, under an Irresistible of fear, and would havu flcii hnd not sheer necessity compelled him to stop again. There wus u light, in-p- short-hande- authority. "You trll him," said Carlson, nod- ding to his companion. Rose. Evidently It was Rose who bad told the story to tho other members of the party. He was a squatty built man with n stubborn Jhw, and Plnnck, in the dnys of his command, had always disliked him as that most undesirable pest that can be found In a forecastle a tea law-)o- r "What did you leavo the box In the "He might hut for?" he demanded. not liae come back If you had left It In the cave." "Come back!" echoed Rotcoe, with a growl. a diffused yellow glow, faint but shining out of tlx- - windows of tho tint He knew be could not go back to the Aurora without thnt box, It was necessary both to hla future safety and his present cmumnnd ut the situation. Hla one hold upon those sullen followers of his depended upon hn being Impervious nltkc to terror unit to defeat. It he went to gi back now without accomplishing his pitrpotie. It woutd only be n question of days befurn they murdered him Tbey all bated htm. enough for that, he knew. Yot, even under that iieenslty, It was tlirto or four minutes before, at the command of his burly wilt, he creeping forward on hands and knees toward tho lighted window of the hut. And when he reached a point where he could command its Interior, his knees slipped out from under him and he lay prone upon the icy beach, hli fncu burled In his outstretched arms. For those two sailors bail told the n "That's what I said. We went to the hut to get It. and there was n light Insldo. and there he sat, Just liko he used to. And ho had the box open " "He! Who do you mean?" There wuh no traco of truculonce In Roscoe's voice now. Ho spoke truth. Presently ho drew himself up and squatted back on his haunches, staring. Human or not, the figure there lu the hut seemed unaware of his presence. It was staring at the expiring finmc of the candle In profound abstraction. When It stirred, as presently It did, It was with a natural, human motion. And then the candlo wont out Id the few seconds of silence which followed, his terror returned upon him with full force. Ilut It ffiwt awny as suddenly ns It bad come, aqd with Its recession there surged up In him n wave of brutish anger. It was no ghost that hnd sat In contemplation over the contents of thnt box. for It was moving now, with human as though his throat wat dry. "It was Captain Fielding; him to tho life. And, yet, it was different Wo from the wny ho used to be. couldn't see It very well, lis face was sideways and the light was behind It, and It looked smaller and thinner moremore llko a woman, (If Rose had had the word 'spiritual' In Ms vocabulary, ho would have used it. In default of It, ho gave up trying to express Just what hn mennt.) Anyway, there ho sat with the box open beside him, and that red book of his open on his knees, flo back for It? Well, I guess not." There was a momentary silence after he bad finished, and Roscoe could feel It, as It stretched Itself out to the leDgtb of half a minute or so, the chill To of their terror enveloping him. footsteps faltering, uncertnln foot-tlcat that And when It appeared. Just tlslble and no more, outside tha doorway, it called nloud In :i human volco a woman's voice. ITO UK CONTINIII3U) Circumstantial Evidence, "He lays that he thought all day yesterday that It wan Saturday." "IV) you think he rciUy did?" "I guess so, he took a bath." little Involuntary acts, shrinking! and glances, that .Miguel's belief was infecting them. Sometimes, after a long succession of sloepleas, lightless duys, Hoscoo found himself believing It, too, and regarding that little box as tne soaled-ucasket of the murder ho had dono upon the owner of It. The crime was there inside. To overcome that feeling, he had worked nit the harder trying to wlvo Its secret. His Interest, now, however, In making suro that the box had really been brought aboard the Aurora was not superstitious, but wholly practical. Thoy wero leaving most of their stores behind them, as thero was uo time either to transport them to the Aurora or to destroy them. With theae stores and with tho shelter afforded by the hut ami tho little clump of surit was probrounding able that some members of the Aurora's party, at least, would survive tho winter. If a relief whip should arrive the next summer, or evon tho summer thereafter, It would probably find soma ono on this desolate tihora who could tell the story of the disappearance of lu Aurora and form a more or less definite mirmlio ut to tha cause of it. Thnt rosewood box had Cuptaln Fielding's Journal In It a Journal thnt bad been written up to Indulged In (.org, Satisfied Look, I It Fcbfurf 22, 1912 WHEN IS A THE CITIZEN. EWE DOING WELL' I j Page Seren. LIVE STOCK TREATING WOUNDS OF HORSE Leg Injuries Are Rather 8erloue Matter, Since They Are Likely to Leava Blemish. General Sprlghtllness and Behavior of Animal Are Good Indication of General Condition. TESTING MILK WITHOUT USE OF SPECIAL INSTRUMENTS Process Is Described for Detecting Added Water or oi SUtmmed Mill and Is More Accttrato Than Slmplo Uso ox" the Lacted'Enoimctcr Without the Crcnmomctcr Check. 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? Berea Has the Training That is Best For YOU. Are you not far advanced? Then enter tbo FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Hero you will bo placed with others like yourself, under a special teacher, and make most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and tho common branches nnd be ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, farm Ono year In the Founnnd household management, and free dation School costs less than $90 nnd Is worth $1,000. Aro you nlmlng to be n teacher? .Then Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here you will be so trained that you will fear no examination, nnd you will bo taught how to teach. The demand for Berea trained teachers far exceeds the supply. Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. ( Printing and Buslnees Course, Etc. you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy doing Hero things In a superior manner. Are you desiring tbo next best thing to a College Course? Then-taktwo years or three years In tho Two GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. years, or thrco years, In such practical studies as will fit you for an honorable and useful life. You select your studies from such as thqse: Physiology the science of health; Civics the science of government; (Jraminar tile art of correct speech and Ethics tbe science of right and wrong; History necessary for politico, law and' general Intelligence; Ilotany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physics the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start In the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. The s Academy has Its own nnd Men's Dormitory, and a largu body of students of high character and ability, able Instructors, and use of College Library aud apparatus. text-bookBook-Bindinletter-writinclass-room- It sometimes puzzles tho sheep grow er, especially the beginner, to know when his owes aro doing well. Many a man Is so anxious that tbey do well that ho overdoes tho matter whllo of course, there aro thoto whoso ewes do not do well enough. It la Impossible to gauge a ewe's well being by tho number of pounds nlio Is gnlnlng, yet this la one of the first Indices of her condition and the ono moat commonly adopted by sheep growers. In general a cwo ought ti bo gaining about six pounds a month. If she was uncommonly thin to begin with she should be gnlnlng even more, whllo If sho was fat, she ought to be gaining a pound or two less. To be In good condition a ewe ought also to bo enjoying an ensy and thorough digestion and an active circulation of blood. These things depend In part on tbo amount of cxerclso given her also, A pregnant ewo ought to be given some succulent food which helps to keep her digestion In good order and her feed should contain a goodly portion of the protei tlcmcnts which are necessary In tissue, building and In tho growth of the foetus. Bho ought to have plenty of exercise every day na this keeps the muscles of her di gestive apparatus In good play tnd uruiica wounae uo not require n, rrent amount of Attention, since they ire uiunlly protected by tho skin, nnd rerms cannot find their way In tornuau uch trouble. To keep down Inflam- itlon, It help to bathe tlio akin with her circulation active. making a fair steady gain, and when all her organs aro functioning properly, and when her appetite seems koen. Her general sprlghtllness and behavior are a good Indication of her feelings. A ewe that la dull and dumpish A ewe Is doing well when sho Is X A.V Is usually nlllng In somo way. Often times It Is only too much feed and too little cxerclso that la accountable for this condition, however. HARNESS FOR DRIVING HOGS lllus-trate- Applying Bandige Over Cotton Pad. of by dissolving two lend acetato In n excellent Method Described and for Leading Sows Comfort for Yourself and Pig. .Many peopio - Berea College orive their sows ny a tied to tho hind leg when taking quart of water. to the service boar. Don't, wrltea Ia'k wounds In liorwa aro a rntlier Jesso II. Hastings In Practical Farm lerlous matter, alnco they aro likely to Ing. Take a half or leavo a blemish which will low or tho Inch rope, tie a rather largo knot near raluc. It la Important In treating them lo secure a healing which will bo so perfect that no ono will suspect that a wound baa ever been there. For such nounds ono veterinarian augKests tho following: Clean tho wound with a wash composed of one tablospoonful of acetato of lead, ono tnblcspoonful it aulpbato of line, four tablespoon- fuls of tincture of urn I en, and ono quart of water. This wash should bo used every hour or so tho first day tnd three or four times dally thereafter. The object Is to keep tho wound. whllo healing, lower than the surfaco of the akin. If It pushes up, blchlor-Id-o Harness for Driving Hog. of mercury, as much as can be put on tbo surface of a dime, should bo the end, make a slip knot about three placed on tbo sore. It Is eald that lee feet from tho end knot and place over wounds thus treated will heal oxer, tho end knot. leaving no blemish. Place over tho sow's head and draw taut, so that It ties In a hard knot FEEDING TROUGH FOR SHEEP Then place the rest of tho rope under the body and tie on top. You can Convenient Rack May Be Constructed now lead your pig anywhere with comfort, both for yourself and pig. by Following Directions as Qlvsn lablpspoonfuls i solution made nio them three-quarter- Testing Milk Without Apparatus. The following process for the detection of added water or of skimmed milk In ordlnnry milk Is more accurate than the simple ure of the without the creamomc-tc- r check. The whole test can bo mado In five minutes. The result does not show whether the adulteration consisted In the addition of water or In tho subtraction of cream, but ns a rule this matters little to the consumer. What ho wants to know Is whether or not ho bad what he paid for. Tho suspected milk Is stirred with a spoon. In order to disseminate Into the whole liquid the cream which may have como to tho surface. Then one volume of milk Is poured Into fifty volumes of water (One fluid ounce to two nnd a half pints.) A candle Is lighted In n dark room. The expe- The College Itself stands apart from all the other schools under Its and has long maintained the highest standards known In the South. To conform to the Carnegie standards we have diminished our former requirements! Required and elective studies with opportunity to concentrate-ILaboratories particular lines. Latest college library In Kentucky. equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. B., IJ. I... and H. Pcd. MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, Hand, may be taken for special fees In connection with work In any of tho nbove schools. Colt at Weaning Time. After tho colt has been permanentconvenient trough for feeding ihecp may be made out of 1 by 4 mate- ly removed from the mare, ber tentr rial for sides and material for nnd udder should be given a thin coatbottom, says tho Homestead. The legs ing of homemade soap, which will In tho drying up process, nnd also ran bo mado out of 2 by 4 'a. Tbey prevent Inflammation of tho teats nnd udder. Again If the colt should chance to break out and get with the mnro the fonp would not be nt all Inviting for It to take bold of, and Is apt to prevent It from sucking. A six-incas-Hl- Herewith. Good Sheep Trough. should bo crossed and nailed together piece of ecurcly. A board should bo nailed In tho upper unglo of tho legs upon which tho i rough may rest. Tbo length of tho trnMgh may bo from eight to ten feet. Uirpe-eorncre- d Colt In Winter. You cannot expect much from a colt that Is kept tied In n Btull continual ly. Tho sharp winter nlr will not bull tho colt, provided It Is given room tc niovo about. This does not menu that It should bo left exposed to storm, however. rimenter takes an ordinary drinking glass with u tolerably flat and even bottom, and holds It right nbove the candle, at a distance of about one foot from It, so as to be able to see tho flame cf tbo candle through the bottom of the glass. Ho then pours slowly and carefully tbo diluted milk Into tbe glaes. The flame becomes less and less bright as the level of the liquid rises Into the glass. Tho flame Is soon reduced to a dull whlto spot. A little moro liquid, elowly added so as to avoid pouring an excess, and tbo flame becomes absolutely Invisible AH tbat remains to be done Is to measuro the height of tho liquid in tho glass, this being most conveniently ascertained by dipping into it a strip of pasteboard aud then measuring tho wet part. It should measuro not over ole Inch If tho milk la pure. With srod quality milk, diluted nnd tested ns Btnt&d, tho depth will bo about of an ltich before tbe flame Is lost to 7-- delivery at the station much would b accomplished toward the betterment of tbo quality of milk. One cause of waxy or greasy butter Is overchurnlng. One should stop the churn when the butter Is In granulai form before It becomes a mass. The farmer who allows his dairy cows all to feed together nt nlgbt, ought to know tbat some of them will get more than they require, whllo' others will not secure enough to keep them even In normal flesh. The cause of tbe contamination of milk Is largely due to lack of perfect cleanliness with the milking utensils, surroundings, methods of delivery and personal cleanliness. It does not pay to keep and feed poor dairy cows In winter when feeds must be purchased and valuable homo grown feeds used. It Is better to keep a few good cows than many poor ones Experienced dairymen say it doesn't pay to "rough" a dry cow. It costs as much or more to bring ber back into proper condition than the saving lo feed would amount to. S.. 11. Questions Answered Berea College, with Its affiliated Berea, Friend of Working Students. It requires certain fees, hut Institution. schools. Is not a money-makinIt expends mnny thousands of dollars each year for the beuetlt of Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for studonta to earn nnd save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students como from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who raay bc sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. 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 gotting 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 clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favprs plain clothing. Our climate Is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wra;. and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES arc really below cost. The College asks no rent for tbe fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room CHEAPLY MADE rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and fall, without towels. table BOX FOR SEED nnd $1.50 For winter. hoard, furnished coffee or extras, $1.35 a week. In tho bedIn room, with fuel, lights, washing of For ding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for Convenient Receptacle May St return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and Is returned Mado Use Ortllnury Bussv Tiro and a Few Natla to when the student departs. Fasten it on Dox. Second an "Incidental Fee" to lielpon expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of Mr. Geo. Martz, of Ducna Vista teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most Co., Ia., says tbat he Is In favor ol students Is $5.00 a term, $0.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In Collepicking seed corn while picking to giate courses. crib and be thinks that a better qualPAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE. Incidental fee and room rent bjr ity and sounder car can be picked, tho term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: says the Homestead. Ho sends a Vocational and Foundation Academy FALL TERM Incidental Feu Hoom Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 13, 1911 Hoard 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911 School. $ r.00 CC0 9.15 and Normal. $ COO College. $ 7.00 view. of one volume of milk and n half a volumo of water should show n depth of Inches. A depth of 2 Inches Indicates cither partially skimmed milk or a mlxturo of one volumo of good milk with one of water, and so on. Tho reader has already understood that the process is based upon tbe close relation between the capacity of milk nnd tho number of fatty corpuscles contained In it. Doth and tho adding of water work In tbo samo direction, namely, to tbo opacity of milk. The samo cannot be said of tho density. Skimming Increases it, adding water decreases It; and tho common test, which consists In tho mere introduction of tho lactodcnslmeter In milk, Is worthless, as n skimmed milk may A mlxturo ekltrj-mlng 7.00 U.45 7.00 9.45 $23.45 9.45 $32.90 Horse's Appetite. If ono of tho working horses loses Its appetite. It must not bo assumed that It lias acquired some fitIous malady. It has probably been kept on n too monotonous ration. Tho diet LIVE STOCK Don't neglect to commenco feeding tho colts Bomo grain beforo tbey are weaned. Is tho slobbering borso In need ol moro grain, or may It not bo that Hi teeth need filing? Tho spring colt Bhould bo as gentle n b a kitten by this time and know what a halter Is for. A good draft horso Is a goad farm horso either to wear out In tho Held or to sell when mature. There aro a good many breeders who still bellevo that It Is profitable to grind corn for tbo hogs. Hold on to somo of tbo clover fot spring feeding. It Is great when the sheep get tired of timothy. Tho backs of swine are often Injured by Juvenllo "rough riders" who choose bogs for their mounts'. In the purchaso of now horso always purchase a mare. Sho will ralso you somo rolts, which will Increase th farm profits. Whether you should breed your f.lly depends somewhat upon the rare sho hus bad and tbo condition sho Is In. Walling to teach the colt to eal grain until It la weaned Is poor economy, its tho colt will surely reuelvt a bad setback. Horaeo with tender feet need lota ol attention, it should be remembered thut a borso can do mora than hit feet will (land !.. $L'0.U5 9.45 $29.50 $29.00 $ $l'2.45 9.45 $31.90 $31.40 $ Total for ten Seed Dox. If paid In advanc WINTER TERM urUst bo changed, and If on Improvement Is not noted qtilckVy, tho animal needs both a purgatlvo and n tonic. A tnblespoonful of aniseed In the feed Is an excellent tonic aa It sweetens tho utotuach and stimulates $32.40 $ 7.00 Incidental Fee Room Board. , C 5.00 0.C0 COO the appetite. Rations Lack Protein. Coarse, dry corn fodder and stover, timothy hay and tbo straw of the ordinary small grains which usually form n largo part of tho rations of farm Docks, aro lacking In both protein and laxative qualities und properly Bhould constttuto only n very small portion or no part at all of tho owo's winter ration. They are only poor feeds for any sheep at any time. sketch of a seed box that he midc and Is using and finds It to bo very convenient to take off tho wagon box nud put on. All that Is needed Is ono bug-Btire and six nails to nail Irons t. tho seed box for any ordinary fIzo box holding a sack of corn, The Irons must bo nailed on box and then tbo box can ba lifted off nnd set away while U3lng the wagon for,other work, Instead of wiring It or nailing to tho weekB 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $23.50 , $ 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 7.20 9.00 $23,2') 9.00 $32.20 y Amount duo Jan. 3, 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 Total for term If paid in advance SPRING TERM $31.70 $ 7.00 G.OO ' 5.00 4.00 ti.75 $ Incidental Fee Room Hoard, 5 weeks rt.00 5.00 0.75 G.75 $18.75 U.75 $25.50 $25.00 sheep because they are more subject to disease than other animals. Not so. Moro sheep die from damp, filthy quarters, exposure to rain and tnow and from being kept on low lands than from disease Concentrate Feed Mixture. A concentrate feed mixture consisting of oats and bran half and half with an addition of oil meal Is a splendid one for ewes during the winter mouths. Raiting Sheep. Many farmers Bay thoy do not ralso have a normal density If caro has been taken to pour Into It a certain amount of water. Density Bhould bo taken before aud after aklrrmlng, and the percentage of cream should bo determined with tbo crenmometer. Thus applied, tho density test requires a lactodcnslmeter, a thermometer, and a crcnmomctcr, and tbo test requires twenty-fou- r hours, while the result is not much moro accurate than tho opacity test just described. Much of tho trouble with tbo milk Is caused after It leaves the producers, often being held back at tbo stations 36 to 4S hours beforo It Is shipped. This milk must iiecosuarlly bo nearly CO hours old beforo It reaches tbe consumer. If tbo board of health would Insist tlint all milk should lx shipped out on the day of Amount due March 27, 1912 Hoard. 5 weeks, duo May 1, 1912 $15.75 U.75 $17.75 0.75 $24.50 $24X0 Total for term If paid In advance $22.50 $22.00 Plan Now, Come March 27th Box Attached. In order to get the measurements for tho Iron hold the hoi on tho step of tint wagon and measure tho distance from tho Inside of tbe step uoiuid tbo box to tbo top of wnson box allotting about three nehes al both end for hoofc ucd si proi-evtlu- wagon box, young man or young woman can get an education ut Any Berea if there Is the will to do so. It Is u great advantage to start In the Full and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste tlmo In tbe public schools going over and over tho sumo things, when they mlght.be improving much fusier by coming to Herea aud starting in on now studies with some of the best young men nnd women from other counties and States. Make your plans to como March 27th. For Information or friendly advice write to tho Secretary, able-bodie- I D. WALTER MORTON, berea, ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. tcr, Mrs. Joseph Itawllngs, who lina liwn nick tor aomo time Stevo Mandator of Kami tint) la visiting nt tho I101110 of hla son, Peter. Mra. Nelson Jarred who has born In llll nola for mhiio tltuo has returned here to Uvi Slio feels Hint there la no plnco like Kentucky. Henry 'M, Anderson left Inst Monday with hla fnmlly for Illinois. Ills ninny frlemla heru wish htm much success. Mrs. Humphrey Spnrka la visiting her sick son nt Ixlngton, Our gcnlnl ilruiiimer, W. II. Cnrnmek, sm'iit n few da)a with hla fnmlly recently. Almost tho entire cnricntry force of n. February a 2, 191a. that ho whs prepared tp linvo this world, and that ho find nothing to fear. Wo extend our heartfelt nymph thy to tlin boreaved family. OWSLEY COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT To thu Keptibllcnna mid Citizens cf Owsley County: t am n candidate for Sheriff and wuli to nBk your support. I wns defeated for this name office In 1909 becnuso 1 was then not very well I. now through the county. Many friends nnd citizens In various parts to of tho county have nsl.cd mo Burning Springs la working at Onol-d- make tho tneu again, nnd I hnve deTliey hnve n contract for build cided to do so. If nominated and elected i prom-lo- o Ing n beautiful houso for n rich New my duty faithfully to crforiii York Indy who expects to mnko thit as nn officer. I havo always stood plnco her future homo. Tho house la to be built on modem plana with all for morality, tho enforcement of thu law nnd the Interest of thu county conveniences for comfort and enjoy11 ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Purm Ahaoluimly hmm no mubstltutm Many mixtures are offered as substitutes for Royal. No other baking powder is the same in composition or effectiveness, or so wholesome and economical, nor will make such fine food. Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar I Write Now to the L H ET IWJ Northern Pacific Ry For Rales of Fare. Foil Information and Free Illustrated Literature about the seven treat j H j Prosperity States of America Jm, MB H-B JBVI BMm fKr1 tWn II mM Miaattola, Wiaconain,1oria Dakota, Maatana, Maka, Waak- Inlloa aod Oreton. CUtili alaat "Tka Sctaic Hilwa Ike Slandard Railway al Ida Norlaweal. Gel yaar Iriaada la ia aad farm a caloar, CAih abaat Law Oar war Sprint Colonial Tarra, tflectitt dall March Baaaeaaakcra lal la April ISlk and Raaad-tri- p ZkTlI2V Taraa. tlftctWa aa first and Ikird Taatdara at cackaaaalk. CWrilaaawlo M ffff H II U.J COSTE1.W. DilUidPnunttrApnt. 40 K. HA At., tiaoauli J.C.EA TO.'. Tftrlint tmmtrttlicn A HI, tl. 4lk API LfUtnnati OVfcX II If yJSv HJ anar-- rl v 4s7C I Tlf3 JSpirfSr jlB. 5na'5vy I W B H East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else R Mi I). II. Moore. I'KHWOIITII I'ebworth, Feb. 18. Tho protract- ed meting closed nt Cross Honda last Tuesday night with nine additions died nt to tho church. Buck his homo near Idamny Inst Saturday, Feb. 10. Ho was burled at the Smith gmvo yard. Misses Mnry and Ida Sams and .Martha Hughe visited MIsa Price, Inst Sundny. Ilnm Judd nnd Wilson '.Mn a were visiting on Huck Creek, Thursday. Hnm Judd ford la slowly Improving. Tho Hev. Hobba of Uarbourvlllo filled hla reg was the gutst of A. M. Sams, Saturular appointment here Sunday, and day night and Sundny. Wash Gray I.' planning to leave soon. W. M. ment. It wilt contain rooms for tho science work of the Ilapttst Institute of that place. Many of our boys wero summoned to apcnr at court for disorderly conduct. We hope this will 1m 11 good lesson to others. Melvln Hart sold hla valuable farm to Mrs. America '.Morgan for three thousand dollars. Mr. Hart and fnnil ly will accompany hla and family to Orgeon where they will1 reside. Tho McDanlcl brothers who nro operating n saw mill hero hnve been doing a good business. Elbert Hubbard has built a very neat and commodious bnrn. Thos. Hnwllngs who has been on the sick list Is Improving slowly. His daughter, Mrs. Sara Hownrd, visited him recently. C. H. Hnyes and wife havo returned from Hamilton where they were keeping house for their children who aro employed there. Robert Luna- domestic son-in-la- and stato nt large. As to my politics, I am n Republican as Is well known, having first voted for William McKlnley In 1S97 nnd stood by thu Itepulillcnii ticket ever since. Thanking my friends who stood by mo In tho past for their support and asking tho consideration of all r? '" ",y 1,rrH,,,,t Wry truly yours, "'. 1 . rotnipaadtacc roWtikcd aaltM sltatd in lull tj the mtr lit rairt rot tor saMicatka, bat at aa erMeact ad rood faith. Writa, plainly. JACKSON COUNTY McKKK McKee, Feb. 19. Monday was Co. n, Court day here and there was a large crowd in town. Tho Rev. Worthlng-toof Annvllle, preached In McKee last Sunday night. Daniel Gabbard, who Is attending school at Annvllle, was in town last Saturday and Sunday. Hoy Mulllns made a visit to Burning Springs last week. William Baker is having a house built In 'Mc- Keo. Lewis Cunaglm of Annvllle was In town on business last Saturday.- Sheriff L. C. Llttlo made a trip to Richmond last week. J. M. Hlgnite Water M building a new house on St. Miss Oliver, of Livingston, has come here to stay with Mrs. J. It. Llewelyn who is very Blck. William Fowler la planning to build a new bouse in tho outskirts of town. Jas. Wilson, a hat drummer, was in town Farmer a last Thursday. Luclan student at 'McKeo Academy was tnk-- n sick with pneumonia fever last week, and had to bo sent home. Roy Black, also a student here, was sent homo last week by the advice of Dr. J. D. Hays. Tho doctor says ho has consumption. Charley Cook, a traveling salesman, was in town ono day last week. Mrs. J. D. Hayes gave a party to a number of young people last Saturday night. Kvcry-on- e reported a fine time. TVNKK 11. Liberty Bowman Is visiting In this vicinity. Chester Jones made a business trip to London, today. Thomas Morris and family of Gray Hawk aro visiting In this vicinity. Jess Mooro while cutting timber last week was struck on tho back by a limb of a falling treo that rendered him unconscious for several minutes. Ho was ablo to go to work tho next day. Miss Lllllo Clark has gone to live with her father at Livingston. Roy Mooro will start to Livingston, Tuesday, whero ho will work in a lumber mill till April 1st. W. H. Reynolds returned from a business trip to Frankfort, and took sick with measles. Ho Is doing very nicely. Mr. and Mrs. 'M. F. Goodman are selling their household goods. They aro going to move to tho bluo grass section, March 1st. Chester Mooro will start for Bloomlngton, 111., In a few days, to work on a farm this year. Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Mooro and little grandson, Oscar 'Moore, will bo visiting in Viva, East Bernstadt, Livingston, and Berea for the next two reeks. Wo aro sorry to hear of tho death of John Johnson of Welchburg. Ho died this evening at four o'clock. His death was caused by a carbuncle on hla spine, Mr. and Mrs. George Helton havo moved to Oltn. Elgin Glpson was visiting in Owsley Co., Saturday and Sunday. Robert Gay-ha- rt of Carter Co., who has boon working for W. H. Reynolds, has returned homo accompanied by W. M, Moore. A. J. Vaughn bought a nlco colt from O. A. Jones, for JlOfi. Corn Is selling at a dollar per bushel. Hay and fodder are very scarce. , VanWInkle and wife havo moved Into tho Green Abrnms property, Wm. Hurst, and will make their homo there this summer. Then they leave for Hamilton, O. J. A. Smith and John Haker of Shirley, visited H. .V. Dean and family today. Albert Williams of Traveler Rest Lodgo of I. O. 0. F. visited Sand Gap lodge of same order, last Saturday. The entire family of Gar Hays Is on the sick list this week, with lngrlpiie. H. N. Dean has begun to run his mill. Ho grinds on Tuesday nnd Friday. J. S. VanWInkle bought a flno mulo last week from Gordle Bean. It cost him $163. Cassle and Almeda VanWInkle are planning to visit Nat Evans of Locust Branch, next Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hampton have moved to Red( Fork, Oklahoma, where they will make their future home. A. C. Blcknoll has lagrlppe. It Is reported by good authority that Jas. Powell will leave for Ohio in a few days. Ell Sparks caught a largo skunk In a trap a few days ago. HUGH. A number of jrrar ago the Editor received from ieeral frlenda delightful book entitled "The Great Poets and their Theology." The Idea of the poets as theologian, was something new to him then; but shouldn't thej be theologians? And In fact isn't everyone a theologian? Doesn't our llieologjr show In rerrthlng e do in our life Itself? With this Idea In mind the poem below hjr J. (i. Holland entitled "firadatlm" Is presented.) It Is good theolog. a MIsa Kate Andorson visited IIIss-Mnry and Mattlo Peters, the fourth. lien Halcomb. Douglas Wood. Fred lytero. .Mattlo Peters, and Martha chadwell, were visiting at Jno. llrew- cis' one night last week, and n nice I.cvi Drowning time Is reported. and wife am wearing a bright smile over the arrival of n flno baby boy. n. k, Peters got thu roof burned tff om. room o( ,H dwelling, yester-Kv- a l,iay morning. The graded mIiooI at I Eand City, Is iirogreksiiiR nicely. 'I hey nru having good nttendnnco. Grant Frye hns recently purcliiuwd n fine farm from R. It. Peters. Im nnrd Edwards wuh n welcome visitor on lsiiind Creek, Saturday night and Sundny. Fred Peters, who has been out it fur llu. imkl Ian !ls now nttendlng school at Onk Grove, and la enjoying It fine. Geo. Brown-Ing'- a MIsa twin bablea aru dend. Ixila 'Morris Is very sick. IIICKTOIV "iy our S. H. Is doing well with Mrs. ltoliert of Keren In charge. Mrs. S. Is very sick with lagrlppe. - McQuivn T. J. lako has tutto a nlco stock l groceries. Hu Is located In tho properly formerly occupied by O. C. Iigsdon. Mra. Mnttlo M, Dough-cit- y has wilil her farm on Scaffold dine plko to her mother, Mrs. Ia'wIs. Miss Estclla Swlnford nnd brother, I lay, of Dlsputniitn havo been visiting thu Lake girls. Miss Salllo Barrett of llereu is now visiting her sister, 'Mrs. Emma Hawkins. Mra. C. quite sick. MIsa Ella Estclla Swlnford via- I'"1 W It Uike and wife of Silver , Monday, A. ('. Hart has been l our neighborhood to mi! relative. I O. M. I'aVIlC. J. K. I lailllllOIld ami ' M. Anglln wero In our city recently. Mra. Thomas visited Mm. Henry Illcknell, Sunday. T. J. Coyles child Is quite sick. C. la Iogs.on E. and Cr-ek- Heaven is not reached at a single bound; Hut we build the ladder by which we rise From the lowly earth to the vaulted skies, And we mount to the summit round by round. count this thing to 'be grandly true; That a noble deed is a step toward God Lifting the soul from the common sod To a purer air and a broader view. I We rise by things that are under our feet; By what we have mastered of good or gain; By the pride deposed and the passion slain. And the vanquished ills that we hourly meet. -- Tyner, Feb. of Indiana hi Hugh, Feb. 19. Protracted meeting will begin at this placo next Saturday, our regular meeting day. Wo hojo to see everybody out. Lloyd Hale left, Monday, for Illinois, whero ho will stay for some time. W. R. Blcknell stayed at 0. M. Benge's, Saturday night. Several from here attended church at Korby Knob, Sunday. Mrs. G. M. Bonge and Mrs. W. It. Ilenge made a business trip to Berea, last week. W. n. Blcknell dropped a mill stono on his finger last week, nnd mashed It very bad ly. T. Todd and II. G. Blcknell start ed tor Tampa, Fla., last week. Wo aro glad to say that the liox supper last Saturday was a success. UHEKN HALL. Greenhall, Fob. 19. M. C. Hughes was called to Richmond, Friday, to eeo his brother, J. II. Hughes, who was shot three times about ten days ago. Bob Browning will move back to Greenhall In a few days to thu J. D. Plerson property. Mllie Strong and James Metcalf wero married a fbw days ago. May their life bo blessed with happiness, Is tho wishes of tho writer. Tho box supper at Cannons Chapel, Saturday night, was a sucsess. J. n. and Robert Hughes who aro in school at Berea write that school Is flno and say they are getting along well. H. A. Hughes and Mack Strong who aro at Richmond attending tho State Normal say that tho Normal Is a good school and that :. (7. Ifolia mi. Feb. 17. We have hnd weeks of very beveru weather, but aro now experiencing soino warm days. Them are many and cold In our coscb of lngrippe neighborhood. Rev. Arnold Helton cf Breathitt Co. preached at Grassy Branch, Saturday and Sunday. II. C. Gabbard has sold his farm and will move near llereu. R. W. Minter wna at Boonevlllu the first of the week on business. Joseph linker woa ut Friday. Corn and feed aru very scarce In this part of thu county. Dock Wilson was at Tul- lega, thu first of the week after I merchandise for our merchant, Ewell Wilder. Thu 'Misses Dora, and ljvura : Reynolds visited rcla-- . of Evcrsole Uvea here, Saturday nnd Sunday. j News hna reached here- that n shooting took place at Huckhorn, Thursday. In which Levi Johnson aud a jmun by the name of Davidson were killed. MIsa Rachel ItobliiMin who has Ixvn at Oneida for Mime time Is visiting her parents. Sam Wilson of Cow Creek wuh here, Wednesduy, for a load of corn. Henry Evans, of Lite, wns heru Wednesday night, with J, L. Gabbard and family. He o had been visiting his mother nt on thu Middle Fork river and also other relatives In Owsley Co. Rlcetowu, about six J i ' t'a-'no- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY W1LIIIR Wlldle. Feb. 13. The llttlu child of Mr. and .Mra. W. A. Cotfey, which has had pnuumouln, la rapidly Improving. J. R. Dotson was In Mt. Vernon, Monday. Tom Pnrsona who has typhoid, la very low, and Is ex- scted to live only a short time. Mrs. 'Mlla Aldrldge and Mrs. Jea Paw ley left, Wednesday, for a few days visit In Ilcrca, after which Mra. Pawley will go to her homo In ton, O. A. Reynolds Is slowly I proving. Mr. and .Mrs. John Craw- ford from near llrmlhcud, visited Mr. end 'Mrs. II. S. llriuinamnn. Saturday and Sunday. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. .1. G. McNow, Jnn. 29th, a flno boy. 'Mrs. W. W. Coffey visited her daughter, Mra. Gilbert Dally of Inst week. John of Mt. Vernon, wns tho guest of hla nunt, Mrs. W. II. Ilrnnnaman, from Frlday untll Saturday. Alfred Wood who Is attending school at Berea, wns at homo, Saturday nnd Sundny. Mrs. Mlllnrd Earthen hna returned to her home, nfter spending several weeks in Danville, Pn. 'Mr. and Mra. Chaa. Parsons were tho guesta of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Coffey, Snlurdny and Sunday. Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. Harrison Burdette, a fine lniy. The little Hon of 'Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reynolds I U very sick. J Con-wn- y, will now begin a series of meetings at the old Macedonia meeting houBe. Tho S. S. of this place continues to Increase In numbers nnd Interest under tho efficient leadership of Supt, J. S. Hnwllngs. L. B. Webb did Jury servlcu in tho U. S. Federal Court at Iondon last week. Ho was pleased much with tho systcmat- ic and orderly way with which thu court wns conducted. VINK there are about In selling SOO students. Corn hero for $1.10 per bushel und very scarce at that price. Hay is felling for $1.76 per hundred. Green Ii, Johnson is very low with tuberculosis and not expected to live. John Hughes and James Bowles are still In tho tlo business and are doing a hustling business. F. M. Scale and John P. Wilson havo bought tho C. S. Robinson farm, paying $500 for it. CLAY COUNTY HUUNINU Hl'KINOH' Clover CLOYKK BOTTOM Bottom, Feb. 11, Cassle Burning Springs, Feb. 19. James Porter of Denge Is visiting bis daugh- - Ferguson, who has been In Boone Co., for the past three months, has returned. have Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Creech cold their household goods and will soon leavo for Madison Co., whero they will mako their future home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Matt Pennington, and Julia Ferguson spent last Thursday night with Mr. and 'Mn. Wlllio Chestnut. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Burns aro all smiles over the arrival of a flno girl. Her namo Is Dortba Elizabeth. Sam Farmer, Ethel and Cora Davis took dinner with MIsa Martha Calll-baluBt Sunday. Miss Julia Ferguson entertained a crowd of young folks, Wednesday night. Mrs. Willie Chesnut has purchased a nlco organ. It cost U2- - Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cues-nvisited Mrs. M. L. Ferguson, Hicks, Wednesday night. Hiram aged 24, died at his home near here on tho 8th Inst. He leaves a mother, two sisters and four brothers who mourn his loss. His last words were Thursday. Esther n, ut Vine, Feb. 15. Mrs. Martha Led- ford visited Miss Alice Hurloy, Mon- day. Laura 'Morgan has typhoid rev et. Jack Cnllihan says ho Is tho happiest man in Jackson Co., since, ho has bought his old homestead, and moved to It. John II. Ward has sold his farm, aud moved to Conway, In Rockcostio Co. Mrs. M. L. Ferguson mado a business trip to G. W. Holcomb, tho wldo awake merchant of pebworUi, attended church at Cross Roads, last Sunday. Wilson Mays went to Heattyvllle. Saturday. Undo Jesse Mitchell of Idamny was married one day Inst week. INLAND CITl Islnnd City, Feb. 1C Tho graded school la still a success at Island Cuy, and will continue unUl somo tnio In March.-- T. H. Hurst, who wns shot and wounded, Saturday bo- jforo Christmas, by Nick Hudson, has I recovered, ami Is out again. Thu llt- tie Infant of J. C. Gentry is expected to live but a short time. It has pneumonia fever. Aunt Nancy Bowman left Tuesday, for her homo at Scuth Boonevllle. Horn to tho wife of E. Cnrmnck a ten pound boy. Hla namo la Charley Anderson. Died, a few days ago, Lizzie Neeley nt her home, near Dlako, Shu leaves a husband nnd ten children. Sho was wns a woman who loved by uvervbody Born to tho wlfo of D. B. Mcoro, a fine boy. Wm. Jlnys and G. J. Gentry raided Clay Co. last week. Thuy captured a iirt of a moonshlno still, also captured the operators, Honco Maupln and James Banks. Thoy wore tried before J. M. Bcatty, Commissioner at Kcattyvlllc, and are under bond to appear at thu May term of Federal Court at London, Ky. MADISON COUNTY IIUKVKUK I nocKrunii 19. Wo aru KocKrora, somu nlco weather, after a very seero winter. James Vaughn moved to G. L. Wren's furm on Chestnut Flat. (1. L. Wren bought a small piece of land from J. W.Todd for $:.(. Mra. Hettlo Ogg of near and Hcttle Baughuiun of Richmond visited Mr- und Mrs. Todd.Jtot urdny. II. E. Hullen has grlpiKi but Is now ablo to bo out. Aunt Eliza Doblis Is visiting J. R. Richmond, Be-re- a, - Dreyfus, Feb. IC James Young is very sick. Jou Todd nnd family left, Wednesday, Feb. Hth, for Blooming-to111., whero they will mako their future homo. W. A. Bradley will move In n few dnys on Bill Cook's place. Mr. and Mrs. Jock Hurler of Congersvllle, III., have been lu our midst for thu past two weeks, also, It. M. Adams of U.'UnKton, Nebraska, Is visiting at John Kelly's. George Sparks ia building a new addition to his dwelling house, Icvl Klmberlaln o" Berea, Is spending this week with his son, Luther. Mrs. Claud Iiwls of Big Hill spent 'Monday with her inothor, Mrs. Alford Hurley. Mr. und Mrs. Wllllu Robinson will In a short tlmo move to tho house, recently vacated by Mr. Fowler. n, hndf ESTILL COUNTY WAdKllHVILI.K Wngersvllle, Feb. 19. Wm. Wngera died at thu homu of hla son, Jonah Wagers, In Richmond, Saturday, Feb. 17th, after a few dnys illness und was brought to thu old family grave yard nt Wlseinniitown, Sundny. Ho leaves .... itiur Buutf unu iwu tmuKiucru uiiiii many friends to mourn his loss. 'Mr. Wngera moved from this County to Klrkavlllu a few years ngo. A. K. Scrlvner and Mrs. Kate Wilson aro still very sick. Miss Kuto Wngera mid slater, Mra. Ambrose Wilson, tho guests of Mra. Lou Scrlvner, Friday of last week, 'Misses Kato Wngera, Anna M. Wagers, Florence and May Cox and thu Messrs. Wagers Robert, .loo and Leonard wero tho guests of tho Misses Ar vine, Saturday night and Sunday. Thu Misses Ella Park, Rosa Arvlno, and Kntu Wagers, and Robert Wagers wero tho guests of Mrs. Ance I '(iters and family, Thursday of last week. Mr. and 'Mrs. A. 11. Kelly went to Richmond last week so that Mr. Kelly might bo treated by Dr. Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Wagers were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Scrlvner, Sunday. Mrs. Cleo- na Collins visited her Brother, Robert K1NUMTON Kingston, Feb. 17. Misses Lydln Young and Fnlry Settlo who aro nt- ..... .ii . t, ""n u I.,.,..... " "i"1-'i ll"u,"B lJay '"I Monday with their parents. Charllo and Suda Powell mado a business trip to Beren, Tuesday. 'Miss Eva Lewis spent Tuesdaynlght with her aunt, Mrs. Nannie Hill. Mrs. Whit Moody and llttlu son, Eugene Douglas, spent part of last week with Mrs. Moody's mother, 'Mrs. Ballard. Chester ParkB who has been vory low with typhoid fever for tho past three weeks la Improving fast. Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Powell Island City, Feb. 15. Emery Peters spent Saturdny with tho latter'u and wife will leavo tho 15th of this parents, Mr, and Mrs. Luwls Sand-llMrs. Suslo Baldwin of Danville month for Illinois, where they will make their future home. Mra. J. 0. b spending this week with her Gentry's baby Is very Blck. Clay mother, 'Mrs. T. C. Witt. Mrs. Mark Brewer of Sturgeon was visiting bis Flanery made a business trip to Richsister, Mrs. Sarllda Peters, the 3rd mond, Friday. Mr. and Mra. Gcorgo und 4th. Thoro havo been church Moody entertained several jicopln at services at J. 8, Bowman's for tho their home last Sunday. ItAHT past week, conducted by tho Rev. Hugh Crank. Miss Edith Back and Harts, Feb. 19. We are glad to Thomas, Friday aud Saturday. " ti I n. D