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No. 85 The Citizen REPUBLICANS HAVE TOO MANY GREAT MEN! Mr. Roosevelt has elected to follow his hat into the ring and the indications are that there will be a lively bout. Just what the result will bo it is not possiblo lo say with certainty but it is pretty clear that the lint will hardly bo worth the picking up when time is called at Chicago next June. Tho Citizen honors tho talents, courage and public services of Mr. Roosevelt, but adheres to its expressed conviction that Mr. Taft at this time will be a better candidate, and for the next four years a better president than the redoubtable Colonel. We believe both men stand for ability and the welfare of the country. But we bolievo that Mr. Taft is in position to do more for real progress if he is kept in office another term. Moreover, we be. Hero that Mr. Roosevelt's entrace upon the canvass at this time will expose him to certain acquaations at the hands of thoso unfriendly which would greatly weaken his prospects of success. it pewer way t ketp ap with miaira kmowlHce m to read a Mwtpaptf t mi Use f4 Vol. XIII. ANTHONY AMERICAN FOUR-FOO- T WIRE FENCE, 26c. STAPLES THROWN IN :: :: AT ?! Clothing, Shoes, Men's Furnishings AT REASONABLE PRICES R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY The Federation of The World Washington's Birthday Address by Dr. Hamilton Holt of The Independent, in Berea College Chapel. , Or. Holt Introduced the subject o( International peaco by assigning its plaeo In tho groat human problems. There are two great problems which every Individual must face and set-tl- o for hlmsolt: (1) his personal religion, or his philosophy ot ltto; (2) his support, tho problem ot keeping alive and comfortable. Besides theso two most Important problems with which each person Is confronted there aro four others which are very Important and interesting which wo all ought to be able to help solve: (1) there Is tho economic problem, or the question ot the distribution of wealth and property; (2) the problem ot tho proper place ot woman, their relation to industry, politics, business, and education; (3) tho raco problem; (4) poaco. and tho problem cf world-wid- e All of thoso problems must be solved by th j rules of Justice. After showing whero tho subject ot International peace stands as related to tho other great subjects Mr. Holt went on to show how great an peaco will bo advantage world-wid- e what groat strides havo been and made In that direction In tho last docade or two. War cannot ccaso until thero aro efficient substitutes for war. Tho poaco problem Is but tho problem ot finding ways and means of doing between nations what has long boon dono within nations. At present nations sottlo disputes in a manner for which they would put to death their subjects for Imitating. Tho doslro for peace is old, and when radical, satisfactory and honor-'abl- o substitutes for war can be found and established war' will become- a custom ot tho past only. - Tho speaker quoted Emanual Kant: "War will not cooso until tho world Is organized; and tho world cannot safoly bo organized until tho major ity ot tho nations havo rcprcscnta tlvo governments." Since Kant's day democratic government has so spread that today thero Is not a great government on earth that Is not representative to somo degroc, so that tho first condition for world-wid- e pcoco Is alicady satisfied. Napoleon said: "Tho more I study history tho moro I am convinced ot tho inability ot fcrco to create any thing durable." Tho first wish ot George Washington was "to soo tho wholo world cent decision of the United States Surpreme Court declaring beer a commodity and legalizing its shipment from one state instate where laws exist to another contiguous or prohibiting the sale, use and transportation of intoxicating liquors, etc. In this editorial mention was also made of the fact that a bill had been introduced both in the United States Senate and House in December, 1911, making such shipment illegal, Congressman Sheppard having introduced the measure in the House and Senator Kenyon in the Senate. We mention the matter again in order to futher urge those in favor of temperance and prohibition to communicate with their senators or representatives, urging them to favor this bill, because it is perfectly plain that prohibition cannot prohibit as long s the local or state as the United States Government government in this outlandish fashion. We are futher led to speak of the matter owing to the recent activity of the whiskey lobby at Frankfort, which, though excluded from both Houses, took advantage of the mails in an attempt to influence the members of the House, a letter from the President of the Model License League, Mr. Gilmore, being found on the desk of each member as he took his seat on the morning of the day the County Unit Measure was to be taken up in the House. It is not our purpose to go into the specious argument of League would not Mr. Gilmore, but his charge that the favor prohibition if it prohibited seems to us to show conclusively, if any further proof were needed, the recklessness of the means used by the lobby. This letter also hypocritically pleads for an dry territory really dry; that is, in. act "which shall make clude a clause providing a penalty for the purchase and posses sion of alcoholic beverages in dry territory, and prevent any resident of any dry county from obtaining alcoholic beverages by mail or otherwise." Of course no one believes for a moment that the Model License League favors any such clause, but we ourselves would favor it League wants prohibition to proand we are sure the hibit and would favor such a clause? 0 It is worthy of mention that at the very time Mr. Gilmore's letter was in the thought of the Legislature, a bill was introduced by a member opposed to the County Unit Measure, making it legal for Kentucky distillers to ship liquor into dry territory. This was urged under the guise of fairness, but of course was the real interpretation of the wish of the Model License League. over-rideAnti-Saloo- THE RIGHTEOUS AT A DISADVANTAGE On Feb. ist, we published an editorial in The Citizen, entitled "No Local Self Government," which had reference to the re CHRISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE M- - A ,N " NEWS "Charter of Democracy" Off SPEECH WEEK IN Proposed OUR OWN STATE Farmers' Institute Splits ss by Roossvelt The President to Reply to the Colonel Follows his Hat Into the Rinc Politics Affects Con-gra- Mexican Situation Serious Tripoli Annexed by Italy ShuttLight on McNsmsra ers Home Trial. ROOSEVELT'S Mr. Roosevelt's COLUMBUS Dr. Mc- The Perry Cormlck Vindicated Centennial Now Up to Governor Commission Form In Danger Orphans Home Burns. FARMERS' INSTITUTE AT FRANKFORT n d Anti-Saloo- n at peaco." Lowell said I "As for war, call It murder, to say. Just what will be the fate of the bill before Congress it is hard Thero you havo It plain and flat I don't want to go no further Than my Testament for that." "In any popular appeal to tho emo tions," sold Dr. Holt, "thoso who sing 'Peace, perfect peace' and those who The forces of evil have the advantage of the forces of morality and right in that they have nothing else to do. They make their living out of the evils they advocate, while the good people must devote their chief attention to other things in order to make a livelihood and can only give a limited amount of time to combating the measures of the forces of lawlessness. On a train coming from Barbourvillr last summer, the editor met Congressman Powers and had a lengthy conversation with him, and was pleased to learn then that he had in mind the introduction of such a bill as the Sheppard-Kenyo- n Bill above referred to. Within the last few days he has received a copy of Mr. Powers' Bill which was introduced into the House of Representatives, Feb. 8th, and is the same, word for word, as that printed in our issue of Feb. ist. Just what Mr. Powers has in mind by introducing this bill now we don't know, unless it be simply to show that he favors the Sheppard-KenyoBill. n CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE FIRST PAOB Editorials. In Our Owa BUte. News of Ue Week. The FodoraUon of the World. Another Promlso Fulfilled. Berea Cotlcgo Honor Roll. SECOND PAOB General News. Sermon. General News. THIRD FAQE Sunday School Lesson. Temperance Notes, Markets. OeBeral News. FOURTH PAOB Local News. ' FIFTH PAOB 1 I i IntcrcolleglatJ Athletics. Jefferson County School. SIXTH PAOB Serial Story. SRVENTH PAOB Live Stock. Dairy Notes. aasollne Engines. E1QHTH PAOB ' Eastern Kentucky News. A Welcome Voice. Four Deflnlto Rules. . shout 'tho army and navy forever aro pretty evenly matched. A man must bo elthor a fool or a moHycod dlo that can watch soldiers go by without focllngs of patriotism. "Tho practical solution is nothing less than a substitution ot law for war through tho organization or federation of tho world and tho development of International law. Thero is no such thing at tho present as n code ot International law bind ing upon tho nations. What exists Is a system, of practlco and opin ions. Tho nations aro at perfect liberty to accept or reject It as thoy please, and thoy do so. We must havo political organ soma conscious ration to give It sanction and validity, "A government Is a great big peaco society." "Look over any of tho nations In all history and In all ot tho nations In the world today and In thoso nations whoro thoro Is .the most political organization thero Is most law, and whero thero Is most law thero is most justice, and where thero la most justlco thoro Is most peace. At present thero aro no satisfactory ways of settling all disputes between nations as bolwocn Individuals, without war. Right and might, law and war, reason and force If we don't havo one wo must have tho other. In tho past wo have had tho reign ot war, in tho future we should havo only civil war. Wo aro living at the end ot the war era and at the beginning ot tho law era." Tho speakor compared tho relation that tho nations bear to each other today to the relation of tho thirteen colonies to each othor In 1776. "When 1 attended tho second Peace Conference at Tho Haguo I tried to make Mr. Choato soo tho parallel botwocn the federation ot tho world today and the federation ot tho colonies in 16. Tho Inventions of steam and eloctrlo-Ity- , by annihilating space, have made the world smaller than the colonies wero in 1776. Tho United States at 1 speech to which he gave the name, "A Charter ot Democracy" was delivered In Columbus, Ohio, tho 21st It haB been tho chief topic ot conversation among the politicians during tho week. It met with pretty general favor among the Insurgents, but It la entirely too radical for many of the leadrs In the Republican party and even some of Mr. Roosevolts warmest friends, Sena tor Lodgoa dissent being especially noteworthy. Senator Bradley in a lengthy statement, issued at Washing ton, takes the strongly to task, declaring that Mr. Roosevelt's doctrlno is fraught with dan ger, and is moro popullstlc and socialistic than Democratic or Republican. THE PRESIDENT WILL REPLY It Is reported from Washington that President Taft will reply to Mr. speech and Roosevelt's Columbus will take occasion to do so In a number of speeches that he Is to mako on a Western trip early In March. 'Mr. Taft Is In hearty accord with much that Colonel Roosevelt said, but feels bound to take issuo with him as to the Initiative and Referendum and the Recall ot Judical Decisions. MR. ROOSEVELT FOLLOWS HIS HAT On his way back to New York from Columbus, lost week, Mr. Roosevelt, In response to an Inquiry at Cleveland as to whether he would announce his candidacy replied, "My hat Is In tho ring." This was taken everywhere to mean that he would becomo a candidate. On Sunday evening his Secretary In New York made public his reply to the nine Governors, in which he stated that he would accept tho nomination If It was tendered him. He thus follows The State Farmers' Institute be gan Its annual session at Frnkfort, Tuesday. A good program is betas carried out though the atteadaaea ta not what It should be. Miss Barrows, who spent last week In Berea, is on the program for several addresses, It will bo remembered that former Commissioner ot Agriculture, Rank-I- n, j tried to hold 'tho Institute just after tho expiration of his term In Jan. but gave It up. He la now at Frankfort with his little faction and has organized a Be para to Institute. The claim la that the chairman, T. J. Blggerstaff, elected at the bust session, should preside. This, Cowmlsl-on- er Newman refuses to permit. Aay way It is hard to see where Rankin comes In. DR. McCORMlCK VINDICATED Dr. J. N. iicConnlck, who seems to hayo been the real object of the Investigation Instituted by Madison's representative In the Legislature, haa stood tho test nobly, and It la re- ANOTHER PROMISE FULFILLED Tho Collego community and the citizens ot Borea aro placed under still greater obligations to tho Lyceum Committee that has so ably provided tor tho ontortalnment ot its patrons this yoar. Indeed tho committee is making for Itself a good reputation, and It Is widely remarked that Its word can bo trusted, for every promlso haa been fulfill 3d. When announcement has boon mado that an entertainment or lecture Is ot tho hlgheot order It has been found to be so and to this confidence In the Committee must bo attributed tho very largo audiences that havo attended all tho numbers this year. The attention and Intelligent appreciation of tho Chapel audlonoes aro becoming matters ot comment, every lecturer or entertainer so for having expressed delight at tho reception given. Tho unlvorsal expression concerning tho lecturo by Mr. Ott, Saturday night, Is that it was the best ever given hero, and It was generally added by thoso who spoke of it, that It was the bost ever heard. Mr. Ott's subject was "Sour Grapes,'' and tho Introduction was the Old Testament reference to the fathers having eaten sour grapes and tho children's teeth being set on edge. As might bo surmised from this quotation, he dealt mainly with heredity and hereditary influences. It is impossible to fittingly describe the lecture. Almost the entire field spiring and ' masterly manner. Emphasis was given time and again to tho new doctrlno of eugenics ot which so much has been sold in tho editorial columns ot Tho Citizen recently, and tho plea for information and knowledgo, on tho part ot tho his bat Into the ring. young and the old alike, respectLITTLE LEGISLATION LIKELY ing maters ot life and subjects Among both Republicans and Demo- hitherto largely tabooed was earn(Continued en rife Fire) est and convincing. Mr. Ott Is an artist of tho highest order, possessing a tlno and well controlled voice and an agreeable personality. He Is capable ot marshalTwo Cows ing tho accumulated wisdom and knowledgo of tho world and placing FOR SALE It before an audience In such a masterly and striking manner, acHenry Lengfellner companied, as It Is, by wit and humor as to produce tho profoundest impression. Indeed, one cannot conceive of the youngest student who heard him, going away and not forever being better owing to the priReasonable Good Roofing vilege which bo enjoyed. of education, religion, ethics and philosophy was covered and in an In- ported that the committee will Vindicate him and the Board of Health on all the charges preferred. THE PERRY CENTENNIAL A bill has passed the State Senate appropriating 125,000 to enable Kentucky to take port In the Perry Victory Centennial, and It Is thought the house will concur In tho measure. In general we think that celebrations of this kind are good asd wo don't want Kentucky to bo behind, but this Is a pretty largo sum to go for sentiment when there are to many crying needs for Instance when ft lu proposed to appropriate so little to bo used In tho prevention of disease, and the advancement of education. NOW UP TO THE GOVERNOR Party platform pledges and the declarations of the candidates have been forgotten in the killing of the Prison BUI ia both Houses, and tho substitution of a Partlslon Measure which la bow op Continued on I'K rWQ Four Fresh and Work Horses at i Price BEREA C0LLE6E HONOR ROLL 1911-1- Henry Lengfellner 2 COLLEGE DEPARTMENT William Andrew First Semester Cenlro. Adams, Continued en Fag Pivt Alwln iMitet Todd, Westhampton, Muss Bora uluy Cocks, ManfordTllle. Hart. Mary May Pickering, Broadwell, O. Jufatora. Contlnu4 on Fag c Fit GnHup. Argllllto, If you want a Good Job this Summer see Henry Lengfellner Page Two. THE CITIZEN. WONT TALK ON SCHOBERTH FOR CONGRESS. ROBERT 'CAMPBELL DIES. Febrwry 29, 1912 married counts. McMcchcn. Stepping into Mt house from the yard on Baltimore true and Interesting. street, Robert Campbell, aged 47 years, one ot the most prominent clt 1'nWtfhdI cvra Thurrduy at lfcrtn, Ky, liens of Marshnlt county, said to hi A congress In this district against wife: "Do something quick for me," BEREA PUBLISHING CO. and then died. Death was duo to a and will begin WHEN ASKED IF HE WOULD SIGN Campbell Cautrlll, nt once an nctlrc canvass of the dls complication ot diseases, but ho wa DILL GOVERNOR MAINTAINED By Rev.WiluamEvanj, Director ). P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. apparently in good health, Although trlct. STRICT SILENCE. Bible Coune. Moody Bibk a not working for the post few weeks. ine announcement followed Subscription Rates meeting Of bolltlclnn helit hern r The survivors are his mother, three BETTER HOUSING CALLED FOR Inttitute, Chicago PAYAM.K IN AllVA.WK. NOT OBJECTIONABLE TO HIM ccntly, In which Dctha llrecktnrldgo sisters, Miss Carrie, Miss Ellen and One ynxr tl ( of Lexington, J. N. Camden of Ver Mrs. Mary Schuck ;a!ao two brothers, w MonUii Hi Community Can Not Be Made 3S Threw Morrths sailles, Otn. Percy Haley of Frank John nnd Dr. It. P. Campbell, of Without the fort and others representing every Wheeling. Mr. Campbell was a mem Capital Gossip Says Executive Over of the Builder. Send money by or Rxfin-sTKXT tench u to pry, And county in this district nart clnated. Knights of Pythlns and nUo ber of the Miim-OntT, lmft. Ilfwlstwrd letter, or estimated Strength of His Friends, He said unto them, when ye pray, iy, t It bad been slated some weeks ago the Mechanics. it. and two II: U X. Our Father.-I.- uk "The housing problem Is ono of the Representatives Drown and The J.ilo offer your namn on kil4 that at the proper time a candidate ph' to wh.it rtatv ynur mitucrtpttim In most Important aspects of home deMcCutcheon. SURVEY FOR NEW ROAD. wouia te announced against Mr. litld. If 1t l trt rtuuicrtl within tbnv No subject can velopment and good homes nro tb wre-kt notify w. aflnr Cantrlll It was believed bv many be of greater 1m keyatono of tho whole nodal arch, llltne numbers will b Rhully wippllrd Frankfort. While Governor Mc- - nt that and Winchester. Notwithstanding the time that Mr. Schoberth parlance to tbe wrltoa Edward T. Hartmnn, secrctnrj If va nro Creary has maintained silence rela would he tho man selected to make cotd weather, a surveying corps li Fine prtimhimii ctanp, with nv Christian than of the Massachusetts Civic taguo, In pnsnpt rvrwwiilf. Send for tive to what brought about bis change the race, as he is popular in n.nd his homo busily engaged In the locntlon of the that of prayer, Itls the annual report of that organization. lrvmlum llm. on the prlaonbllL there Is a story go- county and a eood muAker. from new road which Is proposed I.lbnral lirmi frtvrwj to any oth who tha Christian's vl Mr. Hartman dlactisses tbo housing rmr ubcrtpUn. for us. Any une ing the rounds here to the effect that There are eight Monties In this this city, by way of Irvine, to con Ill tat breath. problem In towns, and saya In part: wndtrus us fmir ywly ul5orlitln run he wns Influenced in declaring for a district. In which vtnuu'les will be nect with the new Islington A East Tbm (ntitm tm for Mmelf for nature spiritual "I want particularly to mention pop yrv. bipartisan measuro originally by the held to decldo who skill be th nom orn extension beyond Jackson. The can no more live three aspecta ot tho housing problem: AdvertMng rain on application. way, taken fear thnt Ell Drown and Harvey Mc Inee. This will xlv both candidates options on the right of without tho aesthetic, tho social and the ecoCutchen would be able to land the time to make speeches In every some time ago, will expire Mnrch 1 than his physical nomic. For many years wo have bad MHM1IKR OF Republican members of the general county In the d strict but most ot the land owners have ex can live In Massachusetts a succession nature of assembly on any other proposition. Mr. Schoberth was the contandlne tended options until July 1. breath short-livewithout organizations developed to He, it Is said, made tho mistake of candidate for speaker of tho house ma Improve tho appearance of towna. Ins. overestimating the strength of Drown in tho Democratic caucus tho first of DAMS ON ELKHORN. breathe or I die.' They havo In tho main died because and McCutchen, present prison com the present legislative session, but say a man: "lot their aim was superficial. Beauty Whltesburg. Work Is being pushed mlssloners, and when they issued was defeated by Hon. Claude Terrell me pray or t die.' cannot easily be engrafted upon rotupon a large concrete dam across their letter explaining that they had ot Trimble. says the Chris tenness. Peoplo are beginning to see above decided to keep hands off In the fu Little Elkhorn. Immediately VENTOCKT PIIB88 AB6OCIATI0N. tlan. Prayer la the natlvo air ot th that In a town In which every house ture, and make no effort to Influence LIQUOR SOLD ILLEGALLY. the new city of Jenkins. The dam child ot God. Is of good design and In which mainwill create a reservoir with a capac Aviators tell ui that they arc losing the legislators one way or the other, tenance work la carefully looked aftWhat la Prayer? Georgetown. Governor McCrenry was content to Jeff Luke, a former ity of 65.000,000 gallons, and will Intereit In the flying game, but eggs let Prayer baa been defined aa "An of er, there are those elements of art the house pass a partisan bill saloonkeeper here, was fined $100 and supply Jenkins with water for municishow no signs of coming down. taking the position that he was power costs in Scott circuit court on the pal and domestic purposes. Higher fering up ot our doslres unto God tor which when combined make for a, things sgreeable to his will. In the beautiful community. According to Rdlson's Joyful newt less to dictate legislation, and that be charge of selling liquor In a local op up on Little Elkhorn, Goodwato "Tho social aspects or the housing storage capacity ot 1, name of Christ, with the confeiston of for newlyweds, concrete furniture li had every confidence in the members tion erritory. This case was on ap dam, with a our sins and thankful acknowlrdg problem are enough. It seems to me, of the general assembly to do what peal from the lower court, where he 000,000 Rations, has been completed ao longer an abstract proposition. ment of his mercies." Yet prayer Is to raue every one of us to they believed to be for the best In was glv.cn a like flue besides a jail more than this; It Is n dialogue, not a the values of the Items covered SUCCEEDS COLONEL MOFFAT. terests of the state. sentence of forty days. When Luke's An effort Is being made to establish monologue; It Is a vision as well aa In our eft or la for social advance. Bad When seen by a newspaper repre soft drink establishment was raided a new alphabet. Even nt tbat. It's as sentative, and asked if he would sign last July, Frankfort. With the approval of a voice; It Is a revelation as well as homes arc responsible for a largo per three barrels of whisky good a way to kill time as playing Prayer Is not a mere centage of the Iramornllty which tho McCreary, Adjutant Gen a supplication. Governor the bill if It passes the senate, the were found. solitaire. governor replied: eral Haldcman appointed Wiley Dick venture nnd a voice of mine, but a churches are trying to cure; they aro responsible for a large part of the See No Objection In Bill. erson of Henderson Inspector gen vision and a voice divine. SENSATION IN COURT. Some one baa enriched the con In the heart of every one prayer Is a sickness the hospitals, dispensaries "Did you ever ask that question of eral of the Kentucky National Guard. sclenco fund of the Philadelphia treas a governor before?" he inquired of his Georgetown. Ho fills tho vacancy created by the sense of need, but a sense of need and nursca aro trying to euro, and diury by 19 cents. Here's somebody interlocutor. The latter replied that here something In the circuit court resignation of Col. A. Mclean Moffat, Is not prayer. Prayer Is asking for a rectly or through Immorality or sickof a sensation was evidently who Is bound to bare peace be had not bad much experience In caused when A. McLean felt need and asking God, not tho unl ness they aro responsible for much of Attorneys U F. Sinclair resignation of Col. at any price. dealing with governors, whereupon and James F. Askew, representing the Moffat. verre. for It. Prayer U more thnn an tho poverty the charities aro trying to McCreary Governor asking. It Is a receiving, a hearing, a cure. ventured the accused, tiled a petition asking tho re Modern college football Is too tame, opinion that bad he asked the ques moval of Judge R. SHEEP QUARANTINED. "The economic nspects of the houslearning of God. a converso and com according to some critics. If the col tion It would not have been answered, bench in the tr a of Stout from tho City Treasurer munlon In which he b.as much to say ing problem nre serious. Towns get. leges want something lively why not Winchester, Dr. Payne, goviirn "All that you can say for me is John White, charged with assualt on we havo much to bear and learn as a rule, that for which they hid. adopt the practice of holding peace that the bill tbat passed the house to- Editor Thomasson, of the Georgetown ment livestock inspector, Is here In and day In which we live Is so full That is. If forco of circumstances Tho conferences? the Inter' Ft ot the enforcement of tho of possibilities that an intelligent man brings a large number of people to a day is not objectionable to me," he News. law requiring the quarantine of sheep will not consider anything Impossible, town, tho quality of these people will said. The restaurant oyster pearl fisher afflicted with tho scab. The disease Years ago Morso was ronstdored a depend In largo measure on the kind Henry Schoberth, of Woodford GA7IFF BROUGHT BACK. ies are working on schedule time. has almost disappeared, there being fool because he noserted the posslblll of homes which nre offered them. If county, who was defeated in that fight man In a New Jersey town found by Claude II. Terrell, of Trimble Mt. Vernon. Sheriff Nicely and only one small flock In this county ty of communication Wash the people have to content themselves three pearls, valued at $100 apiece. In county, was supported by the present County Attorney Lewis havo returned now affected. The quarantine ran not Ington and New York. between Llkcwlie Mar- with the abandoned dwellings, outhis plato of oysters. prison commissioners, and It is be from New Mexico, bringing Moses be raised on Clark county, becauso coni wna laughed at when ho first ad- buildings and similar Inferior homes, lieved by somo that Governor Mc Gatllff, charged with having killed these counties contain many Infected vocated tho Idea ot Tireless teleg they will be of an Inferior typo of peoThe greatest panic the country ever Crenry feared the Schoberth followers Robert Rlgsby in this county In 1904. flocks, it is said. people raphy. Time nnd experience, how ple, because knew would follow If women refused in the house would combine with the Gatllff immediately fled after the kill ever, havo proven that these men will not live In such homes. to buy new clothes for six months, Republican members of that body to ing and wandered through thoWest BUYS OUT COAL COMPANY. "But when tho people coming Into were wise and not foolish. says a dressmaker In convention. For defeat any measure looking to the un for seven years, finally surrendering Prayer Is made possible to the a town aro offered attractive homes jir.nlc substitute Jubilee. seating of Drown and McCutchen. Whltesburg. It Is reported that on well planned streets to Albuquerque, N, M., authorities. Christian becauso ot the revelation 11. K. Mcllarg. Jr.. a wealthy capital people will coaie, they will InChrist has brought to tho world, of crease Connecticut couple announce tbat 1st of Radford, Va., has bought a SOMERSET IS DOOMING., EIGHT HURT IN EXPLOSION. the taxable value of tho town, la only when wo un they were wedded during tho Civil controlling Interest In the Empire the Father. It pay their way through the of God that they will nature war and have kept the secret fifty Somerset. Somerset has taken on corporation, a concern derstand tho truepossible. This reve schools, the streets and elsewhere, Lexington. A dynamite explosion Coal years. And yet some people tell us another boom since the announcement occurred at the Home Construction which owns several thousand acres prayer becomes only through and thoy will decreaso the per cap brought to that a woman cannot keep a secief-- that the Q. & C. railroad would begin company's rock quarry at V'lley Sta- ot rich Wise county, Va., coal lands, lation is Interpretationus of God. Tbe ita demand for all the remedial InstiChrist's at once changing engine crews at this tion, about three miles from Lexing a large percent of the properties ly god ot science and philosophy does tutions. A Kansas man who was Intoxicated place. The change affects several ton, on the Frankfort pike. Injuring ing along and contiguous to the "It Is not enough to develop good not furnish any Incentive to prny while serving as a Juror was fined J 2 hundred men, who will move here at four men, three white and one col Kentucky border. Bain, the scientist, describes the god homes. They must be maintained In and barred from Jury service forever. once. The United Water, Light and ored. some a good condition. There Is therefore, of science as a double-faceNow and then we think a sober and Traction company has announced that APPEALS TO COURT. thing mind and force which lie be n call for an active local healthy auIndustrious man gets the worst of It. tho car line would be extended at BOILER EXPLOSION, MAN HURT, thority To meet Its conditions and once to the Q. & C. shops in order to W. Howard McCorkle, hind all natural phenomena. Lexington. needs every town must have a good God la Called Father. One hundred high school girls In carry the men to their work. Tho Mayfleld. Flues in the bolter at the who was deposed as chairman of tho law, the efficient enforcement of It Is a remarkable thing to notlci New York studying domestic science line now runs within a half mile of tobacco rohhandllng house ot R. F board ot public works by Mayor Cas-- In almost every Instance !n the New which will give tbo town what It have adopted a real baby for demon the shops. The company also inau Wright. In West Mayfleld, exploded sldy, petitioned the circuit court to needs In the way of houses and It titration purposes. Tbat baby will be gurated an car service. and Injured the fireman, John Mitch enjoin the mayor from removing htm Testament that when God la referred must have an active board of health prayer ho Is In connection with lucky if it survives its part in the field Already houses are in demand, and ell, so seriously that will seo that houses aro always that ho will hardly re from the office, and L. P. Spurr, who to of science. the rent sign which has been up for cover. He was scaled from head to was appointed to succeed him, from cnllcd Father. This In Itself Is an kept clean and sanitary." several years is now down and the foot. The explosion was caused by discharging tho duties of the otllcc. encouragement tn prayer, as well as Indicating that prayer Is n possibility. "Now somebody should submit a bouses aro fast filling tip. cold water being turned In the boiler Judgo Kerr will hear the arguments To Beautify Vacant Lots. It Is expected thd' a child will ask Its list of the world's greatest hens. on the petition. while the flues were read hot. Vacant lots will prove more valu father for things It would not nsk a since we are going In for the honor BALD EAGLE KILLED. stranger for. The fatherhood of Ood able from a viewpoint of attractive ing of philanthropists." Don't believe GIRL ATTEMPTS SUICIDE. KY. TO PENSION CONFEDERATES Is not only a ructtvn to prayer, but at ness If nothing else Is tbo Idea of twenty can be found that have laid Lancaster. John Simpson, of Jud an egg in a month. son, this county, killed a bald eagle Fairmont. Miss Edith Klein, aged the same time s thought which maker a manager of a San Bernardino (Cal.) Frankfort. Pensions of $10 a Insurance, loan and land company, which weighed fourteen pounds and month for indigent and infirm confed 17, employed as a domestic in the prayer both desirable and possible. Boston is lacking In religion," says measured seven and Do I find It bard to do as somo peo who Is making arrangements to set t feet erate soldiers in Kentucky aro pro homo of Abe Friendham, drank a all out thousands of deciduous fruit trees Dr. Abbot, but why should the Boston from tip to tip. The eagle's feet had vided for In a bill which unanimously quantity of carbolic acid In an effort ple tell me namely, "to pray ese care as long as they have plenty of an expansion of six Inches, the claws passed the state senate. Widows of to commit suicide. Dr. Leroy How night" let me not bo discouraged. on the lots owned by the company, In various parts of the city. beans and codfish T f inches, soldiers to whom they were married ard was called and attended the tin but remember that "like as a father measuring two and These lota are nt proscnt barren In The eagle was gamo to its last, fero later than 1890 are barred. The fortunate girl and It Is thought sho God deals with his children. I do not Germany's 17 dirigible war balloons ciously fighting a dog that charged it measure now will go to ask of my own child that bo agonize many respects, nnd through the plantwill recover. Trouble over a love the house. are simply 17 gasbags sadly out of as It was brought to earth. all nlgbt when presenting to mo a ing of tho fruit trees tho appenranco caused her to attempt her life. date No other country is a bit request. But you may say, "I am not of the lot will be very much improved. HENDERSON STRIKES WATER. alarmed by them. sure that I bcy properly." I reply. Not only that, but It Is figured that It CONTRACT FOR EXTENSION. OVER BY L. & .N TRAIN. RUN 'I.Ike as a father" Does an earthly will bo more attractive to tbo buyer. 4 Henderson Water was struck at a The census man Informs us that Whltcsburg. contract has depth of 175 feet In a test well sunk The a parent not grant his chtld any peti and the results to buyor and company M Wilson, MIddlcuboro. "judge" properly obeyB? "Like alike will be much greater there are 1C.502 Jackasses In American been awarded for the Yount's Fork of by direction of the commit- young men, was run over by an I k. tion until bo It Is the plan of tho company to set cities, Evidently the census man bai Hoone branch of tho Lexington & toe the the city council Infilterquest as a father." But, you say, "I do not Its of for N. freight train on the Waslota-Illacoverlooked a few. Eastern in the Boone's Fork coal pure water. The teat well U located mountain branch. Doth of his legs understand God." Who does? Shalt tbo trees out nnd to hove a competent f.eld. It will be six miles long. Along in Atkiiibon Park, near tho water were cut off. Ho was brought to Mid- n fhther not grant n child's request horticulturist to caro for them whllo Crocodile tears aro what the coal the route nre veins seven to eleen works pumping station. Mayor Thomp- dlesboro nnd placed In tho Kings' until be Is understood by the child? thoy aro adapting themselves to tbe) man would shed to express his grief feet In thickness of coking son says that, after it Ih tested. It It Duughtors' hospital, where he died a Then tbe child's request v. Ill never be soil In which they are planted. From because people are so extravagant in coal, while there are virgin forests of proves a'l right for general use, sov-er- tow hours later. granted. "Like as a father pltteth his ten to twelvo or more fruit trees will running their furnaces. In the main Roono's Fork hardwood. Willamstown.- - "Bose" Morgan, who children. et the Lord pltleth then be planted on each lot. of these wells will be driven, and field there will be at least four this water used Instead of the river killed W. D. Chllders at Corinth, last that fear blm." New Yorker strayed in the pathway branches of tho I.. & E. But the Father to whom we are fall, baa been Indicted tor murder. D'.'slest Hen In the Country. water. or a bullet, but a diary which be bad to pray la an aimignty miner, one While It Is not Dosstblo tn state ttm omIn his pocket stopped the bullet and who la absolutely sovereign and CHARGED WITH MURDER. DAMAGES FOR INJMRIE8. BIGAMY CHARGE FALLS FLAT. exact averugo production of eggs er saved his life. Another victory for nipotent. There are no difficulties nen in ono year it Is conservatively literature. Mt. Sterling. Henry Meyers, for l'aducah. A compromise wbh ef with Ood, and we must always re estimated In tho United States to bo Fairmont. Lena Saathoff, accused things aro More merly of this city, and his father and of bigamy, arrested on Information of fected In the datnago suits ot John M. member that about seventy. By Improved method A New York grass widow declares brother aro In Jail at Summerville, and wrought by prayer than this world of breeding, feeding and selection husband No. 1, who claims that after Slaughter, Victor Maschmeyer that she can't possibly provide for ber cuarfled with the murder of French they were married at Oakland In 1903, Noah Sands, members of the Are de- dreams of." Whntever may be our birds have been found with actual In. son on $5,000 a year, Hambrlck at Rlchwood, W. Va., a few the woman In 1911 eloped with George partment, against the Illinois Cen opinion of the unchangeablcneaa of dividual records of 200 to 257 eggs a which no doubt explains why she's laws, we must never forget year. days ago. It Is alleged that the three Saathoff and was illegally married to tral. They were Injured last August God'a crass widow. men assaulted Hambrlck as he was him, was released. In a colllson between No. 3 hose wag that every promise made to the prayOnly one hen has boon found nt fnr. coming homo from a lodge meeting on and an Illinois Central locomotive. erful soul shall be fulfilled by a nell The Gaekwar of Daroda, recently nd stabbed him to death before as- Maschmeyer received $1,000, Slaugh sovereign God, even though ten thou year,that laid as high aa 237 eggs In a Mayfleld. The residence of Arthur but this ono exumnlo nf thn tn. prominent, makes way for the Kukuk-t- distance could reach him. Hambrlck Pryorsvllle, was de- ter J50O and Sands 450. In tbe colli sand ot what we call unchangeable gree of perfection to which tho broodof Urga, Russia's choice for the was a prominent business man and C. Prluce, near Ingram was laws need to be (so called) broken. sion Driver Maurice stroyed by Are caused by the explo- "outer" Mongolian monarchy. Is It not true that we ourselves ers' art baa attained Is valuable for there are fears that there may be a ion of a coal oil lamp. The family killed, und his wife wns given a ver lynching bee. break laws to supply tbe needs of our the pace It acts for others to follow dict for 18,000. barely escaped. Old age, according to a scientist, li own children? It my little child Is and surpass. The net profit obtulnod a germ. Tho scientist may be right, dying of a burning fever in tbe middle from the sale of these 257 cggn HARDING TO HAVE PAPER, MAKES TOUR OF INSPECTION. MULE EXECUTED FOR KICKING. hut wo have reason to believo tbat It of August and calls for Ice when the amounted to J5.06. Christian Herald. Is one of the unswattable kind. Wllloughby, temperature registers 100 degree. If B. Whltosburg. J. l'aducah. Mayor C, I.. Sturks, of Lexington,- - The death penalty is Hardin, a thriving village In Calloway the punishment which Humane OI11- - chief construction engineer, Louis-vlll- I know enough I can tnuke Ice, even Rapid Growth of White Pine. A Philadelphia bachelor, wealthy, county, was In l'aducah arranging to & Nashville railroad, has Just though the temperature stands at 100, After 2S8 . rnrm nt. til..- , ' ' t. J cer R. L. Smith has decided to tncte killed himself became be was so lone- buy a newspaper plant. He said a prayer of my child, It tlnr. In Masarhnult .Innn uiii.i, vui i. mule which finished a tour of inspection of the ind nnswor tbo tou to the ly. Here was n caw of misery not weekly paper would bo published at ot the Lexington & my boy Is falling from a third story many la supposed to be denuded ot now grade work .loving company well enough' to marry Hardin us soon as the plant can he kicked and serlttsly injured Thomas Eastern railroad from Jackson up the window, ani bearing bis affrighted I . I . .A AAA .. - . . iimucr, uicro were zjs,uui,uuo feel of son of PatrolSloan, the it. installed. The editor has not been se man Frank Sloan. Tho inulo was North Fork Into Wright's Fork ot call I rush to his help nnd catch blm white pine nlone cut In 190? (governtbo ground I not only ment figures). Tho forest lected. A new town hall hus Just brought hero to be sold or traded and Uoonu coal fields In this county, a re be touches Hervlce fur. A New York society young womar been completed there, The new padistance ot 110 miles. The entire save hi life, but I break what may ther rettorts that "It l MUD IIU,UU nn " a man sho met In the per will give Calloway county three kicked at everyone who cuino near 1L trip was mado on horseback. Mr. be called has married an unchangeable law able that a similar cut can be mad slums, but probably sho won't get to weekly publications, the other two be- Humane Olllcer Smith bought the Wllloughby was pleased with the amel), tbo law ot gravitation. So every year In tbe future from the natmulo for U. when he had tho death tho divorce court any quicker than ing the leader and News, both, may wo bsllevs all things are possible ural growth ot whit plno In that penalty Infllcte. The animal wan im- progress at the works, and thinks wlU Uod. some of the fashionable women who by June 1. trains will run at Murray, the county seat mediately killed BUlO. A The Citizen family newspaper for all that It right NEW PRISON BILI Frankfort Harry A. Schoberth of Woodford, the present representative from that county has announced a he will he that candidate for tho Democratic nomination for PRAYER home. TO to HELPS l'owt-ofllr- o i y xnn. rent-Wa- nb-ta- rmr prayr "It d u d one-hal- one-hal- first-clas- s -- -- o pub-liHbt- d ) February 29, 1912 THE CITIZEN. MAY REPORTED DON Page Three. LAAGER TAFT ASKS RAISE IN POSTAL RATES Urges Adoption Of Commis sion $ Recommendation On Second-Clas- s Mail. PROFIT IN FREE QOV. DIX BRANDT jMDNAnONAL ITALY GROWS WILL PAR TO CLOSE THE CASE, T SiiNMrS(M Lesson If IWr.TOUtfttn mxxij fCrun. t). D.. Difwtor ntbU UtmrM Hi Die inuiai, vaicaco. Two Vilayets Annexed by the Chamber of Deputies Over 300,000 Square Italian Territory Miles Added to People Celebrate the Event. Berea Printing School' DRUNKENNESS CAN BE CURED Records 8how That 30 to 38 Per Cent of Those Treated Have Oeert Cured of Drink Habit Although It has been several years since Benjamin Huih declared that babltunl drunkards wore diseased persons, there aro even yet many men and women today, Ur. K. K. Bering declares, wbo do not agree With him, and consider It a wfasto ot tlmo to bolp thorn throw off this burden under which tbey labor. It has been considered almost useless to undertako to euro anyone addicted to these habits, that all users were out ot tbo palo of society and could never bo restored to good manhood or womanhood, but from nn experience of several hundred cases covering every phase of the situation, tho doctor nssorts, "1 am sure that those habits are as positively and certainly curable as are any of tbe curable diseases. This Is a bold and broad statement and ono not yet accepted by the general medical profession In all of Its detail, but It can be demonstrated to tho satisfaction of anyone." Dr. Day, for many years head of tbe Washingtonlan home, Boston, an Inyear stitution cow In tbe of Its experience, mado a study of 8,000 cases that bad formerly been under trcatmont, nnd found over 2U per cent sober and temperate. He fifty-secon- d Department of Bcrea College (The Citizen is a specimen of our work.) PRINTS HEADS, MON'S HAND-BILL- SCHIFF FACES INDICTMENT POSTAL District Attorney Oars New Yrk Dank er From Stand Lest He Block SERVICE Grand Jury Probe Into Plot Against Former Servant. LESSON FOR MARCH 3 CALL OF THE FIR8T DISCIPLES. LK880N 1:1-1- 0 For the First Tlmt In History the New York. At the end of tho first Department Made Money Adopbearing on the tight to release Foulko E. llrandt, formor talot for Mortimer tion of Parcel Poet 8yitem It. Benin, from serving the balance of Again la Urged. 30 years of bis prison sentence for Washington, Fob. J2. According to burglary. District Attorney Whitman the-- annual report of Postmaster Uen-ordeclared that Schlff and his lawyer. Howard S. Gans, face an Indictment Hitchcock transmitted to todny thn postofflre department, for conspiracy. Counsel for the millionaire banker for the first llmo In bUtory, shows a liroflt for tho nacal yoar ending Juno announced for tbe first time their In tentlon to call Mrs. Schlff as n wit 30. 1911. ness before United States Comml Accfimpanylni: the document wn th report of the commission on secon- rloner Hand. d-class A sensation was caused wben Mrs, mnll matter appointed by Joint rerolutlon of congress on Marcb Schlff was for the first time brought 4 of Inst ami a brief message of directly Into tho case, when Delancy NIcoll of the Schlff counsel, declared the president, In which be called to the principal features of the that ho would baro a conspiracy to blacken the name of a woman, nnd two reports. demanded all papers In the case pro Would Increase Seeond-ClasRates. The reKirt of the commission on duced In court. second-clasIn view of the developments and mall matter makes tho tbe scopo they may attain, It Is bint following recommendations: 1. Tho rnt of 2 cents a pound on ed that Governor Dlx may pardon Ilrnndt to close the case. copies mailed bjj publishers to In tbe hearing District Attorney to news agents, and as sam-pl- o copies, and by news agents to their Whitman Insinuated thnt conspiracy charges wero a present possibility and suhicribers or to other news agents. 2. 1 ho rata of 1 cent for each 4 that the testimony of the Schlfts nnd ounces for copies mailed by other their lawyers, should It take tho ev than publishers And news agents, that pected trend, might place them be' yond tho scope of tbe posslblo Indict Is, tho present transient rota. ment 3. Tho prercnt privAttorney Genoral Carmody had out' ilege retained, but not extended. lined tho state's attitude In. the case Tlin commission also recommended that of determining simply whethor that the rat" for newspa- llrandt hod had a fair trial. pers other than weeklies and for "So far as I know," be said, "there not exceeding 2 ounces In Is In tho papers before tho governor weight, and tho rate for nothing reflecting on the honor of nnr periodicals exceeding 2 ounces In woman. Therefore let us Introduce r weight, when mailed at a city only evidence bearing on his guilt or odl r for local delivery, bo Innocence. Wn aro not bore to air abolished, scandals or pursue rumors." As to the effect and adequacy of the "To get at the bottom of this matproposed Increase of 1 cent a pound ter." said Mr. NIcoll, "I will call Mr. postage the commission says: In Schlff, Howard S. Gans and, If neces"Such an Increase will not. In tho sary. Mrs. Schlff." opinion of tho commission, bring dis"It Is my duty to Inform you." said tress upon tho publishers of newspa-p-r- s the district attorney, springing to his and periodicals, or seriously In- feet, "that the witnesses suggested by terfere with tho dissemination of use- Mr. NIcoll, If allowed to testify, might ful news or Information. A Teasonablo defeat this case. It Is possible postime should be allowed, after tbe rate sible, I repeat that a chargo of conIs fixed, before It Is put Into effect. spiracy may result." While tbe new rato will bo vory far Mr. NIcoll 'then proposed that Onns from compensating the government nnd Schlff take the stand voluntarily, seconfor tho carriage and handling of waiving any Immunity they might obd-class matter. It will to somo ex- tain by reason of their testimony. No tent relievo the existing burden and doclslon In the case was announced. result In a more equitable adjustment NIcoll inndo nn Impassioned appeal of rates." that tlrandt's application to tho govpresident and the postmas- ernor for a pnnlon bo produced. Ilolh the ter general concur In tho recommenda"We will show," he declared, ''that tions. this man asked for clemency on the In tho ground President Toft again concurs that he had never committed of tbe I'ostmastcr burglary In thn Schlff home, but bad recommendation General for tho adoption of a parcel gone there at the Invitation of Mrs. post system, auggestlng tho Inaugura- Schlff. We will Iny bare all tho detion of such a service on rural routes tails of the foul conspiracy to blncken nnd In tho city delivery servlco first. the name of a woniRn, and wo demnud every paper, every record, every witOwnership of Telegraph Opposed. for ness, to protect tbe honor of a reput-nb- l recommendation Hitchcock's family and the reputation of a virgovernment ownership of tbo telegraph lines uudcr the supervision of tuous wife and mother." "Itnther than, sec nsperslons cast on the postBl service Is not approved of by the president Regarding this ho the name of n woman, my client would prefer to suffer In silence In prison," says: retorted Mlrabeau I. Towns, counsel "There, Is only ono recommendation for llrandt In which I can not agree that Is ono which recommends that thu telegraph LAKE ACROSS ERIE lines In the United States should be FLIES made a part of tho postal system and operated In conjunction with tho mnll Aviator 8andt Makes 28 Miles In 3S Minutes But Falls on Resystem, This presents a question of turn Trip. government ownership of public utilities which nro now being conducted by Erfe, Pa. Karl 8andt Erie's boy private entcrprlso under franchises I bellovo that aviator, crossed the frozen lake here, fr.)m the government. th true principle Is that private en- establishing a record for American r flights, mnklng the 28 terprise should be permitted to carry on such public utilities under due regu- miles between Erlo nnd Long Point, village directly lation as to rates by proper authority n small Canadian rather than that the government across thn lake. In 35 minutes. At 8:60 p. m. Sandt started on the This Irin- rnnrflirt honM do not think It return trip from the Canadian side, clplo I fa or because but Iwt his way over the lake In tbe In accordance with the best public policy thus greatly to Increase the body darkness. Finally his engine stopped while nt an elevation of 2,000 feet and of public servants." ho was obliged to volplane down, land Tho report of the Postmaster General la full of statements of changcw Ing ten miles from shore. Tho ma. In tho organization nnd methods of tho chine struck tho Ice with considerable postal sen Ice made slnco tho last an- violence nnd was damaged, but the escaped Injury nual report, nnd of tentntlvo drafts of aviator legislation embodying certain recommendations of the department which ROAD INDICTED FOR REBATE need legislation to carry them out, It also calls attention to the fact that Three Railroad Companies and Tho atrlcal Persons Involved In Law ths revenues for tho fiscal year ended Violation. Juno 30, 1911, amounted to $237,879.-823.Cand that the expenditures Chicago. Ilebatlng Indictments Inamounted to $,.'37.CC0,705.48, making a volving tho l.uko Shore & Michigan surplus of $219,118,12, Tho report shows that the postal Southern. Michigan Central and Dig Four rnllronds nnd olllclnls of the savlnga system was Wgun experimentally In January, 1911, and that It Iibh lines wero returned by n federal grann o as to Include Jury here. The Indictments four In now been extended nnd ench containing live number 7,500 presidential post unices, which Includes practically all of the i0Bt countB nlsn name a number of theItcbatcs are charged oftlrcH of that class. Preparations nro atrical people In connection with the transportation also being made to establish tho sysolllceu. of n number of burlcsquu compnnles. tem at about 40,000 fourth-clascon-Kreyi-ne s cent-a-copletter-carrieover-wate- TKXT-MAI- UC 1:14:8; Luke IT. (iOU)i:N TUXT-T- lie harvest truly la plenlroSs, but the laborers urn few. I'ray ye iri'reroro, me ioru or ine imrvesi, that he will send forth laborers Into his harvest. Matt, t. Ml:MOItV VHllHES-- ll. (This exposition of tho lesson la based on the narrative In Luko Already In our previous lessons wo baro seen Christ as the founder of the Kingdom of Heaven upon thn earth Ho was bora a king; bis baptism was In a aenso the Inauguration of tbo king; tho temptation, the testing of the king. Doing himself thus prepared, we Bee him starting out to recruit the first members of his kingdom, who, In addition to being mem bers of tbo kingdom themselves, should also bo Instrumental In enlisting others under Its banner. In tbe call of these first disciples, we recognize tho essential conditions which wero to undcrllo all subsequent calls of dlsciplcship. To discover theso conditions should be the purpose of The all who teach this lesson. or condifundamental condition, tions underlying entrance Into the Kingdom of God, are forever tbo same with each succeeding generation. "Tbe gifts and calling of God are without 6:1-11- Home. Tripolltnna and Cyren)t aro now part of tho kingdom of Italy. A bill for the annexation of these Turkish vilayets, comprising an area of 350,000 Bquare miles, was passed by tho chamber of deputies by n voto of 431 to 38, amid cheering from tho floor of the houso and tho public gallery. Afterward tho members who voted against annexation were roundly hissed. Only ono member abstained from voting. When the result became known en- 'thuslasm provalled everywhere, and tho populace began a celebration. Two hundrod thousand demonstrators gathered In the squaro before, tho chamber, carrying flags, and demanded thnt Premier Glollttl come forth. The premier appeared and In a speech thanked tho. Romans for tholr confidence. He then asked them to dis- LETTERREPORTS, SER- CARDS, AND DOOKfl IN THE BEST MANNER, AND AT LOWEST PRICES. ter-rlbl- o patronago !. tak4 to help students, and to Insure) your getting your money's worth. Your CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND ORDERS nY MAIL. YOIT WILL GET SATISFACTION. DRESS TERMS CASH. AD- Berea Printing School BEREA, KY. perse. PROCLAIM TREVINO PRESIDENT. Made New Manifesto Issued Against High Officials Join Movement. Houses to Rent To those who have children to edu- ltlf thi-Il1 change." Wo are told that the "crowds pressed upon Jesus to bear tho Word of God." Tbo preaching of tho Word of God Is always a drawing card. The crowds havo hot wearied of tbe preach ing of tbo gospel, but only of tbe aver-agpreacher who falls to preach the gospel. Wherever you And a man who. Ilko Moody, Torrey, Spurgcon, and many others, preaches tbe Word of God, there you will find the streets full of men and women still pressing to bear tho message. Fire will always at tract tboso who are cold, and food thoso who are hungry. So will tbe preaching of tho simple gvspel attract tho hearts of men for whom It la pre pared. Tbo world was made for the gospel, and the gospel for tbe world. All great sermons In tbe Dlblo were preached In the open air. If the people will not como to cburcb, then let us tnko thn church to them. If It was not beneath tbo dignity of Jesus Christ to bold open air meetings, It surely cannot bo beneath any pretended and assumod dignity we may profess to pos sess. Let somo ministers wbo, during tho bot months of the year, preach to but a corporal's guard, go out Into tho opon nlr and preach to tbo crowds. Tbo best way to reach tbo masses is tc go after them. Jesus requested of tbeso men the loan of their boats, and they at once compiled with tho Master's request. In other words, he asked theso men to surrender their business for a little while to him. And they did. How magnificently ho repaid them Is seen In the miraculous draught of fishes. No man can surrender b'ls business to Jesus Christ without eventually be ing a gainer by It. He "shall rccelv a hundredfold more In this life, nnd In tbo world to come life everlasting." Next, Jesus requires that these men rocognlzo him as knowing more about their business than they do .themselves. He requires them to do what their own common sense tells them thero Is no use in doing. This Is evident by tho answer of Peter: "Lord wo have tolled all night and caught nothing, nevertheless," etc. Tho word "Lord" meaning "shipmaster." Christ required from these men tbe surrender of their whole lives. They forsook their pets, and their business, and followed him. This was final and complete obedience. Kver after they were to devoto their lives to catching men, not fish. No man can enlist under the ban ncr of Christ, nor becomo n member of tbo Kingdom pf God, v.'ho Is not willing iu make an absolute surrender of himself and all tb.it ho has and expects to bo to tho Christ nnd his o El Paso, Tex. A manifesto proclaiming Gen. Gcronlmo Trevlno as o president, and decrying FranclBCo as a "gringo lover," was printed nnd circulated In El Paso. Tho proclamation Is signed by Gen. Pascu.il Orozco, Emlllo Vasqucz (without tho Gomez), Andres Garza Galan and several other prominent Mexicans. Authorship of tho document Is admitted by Gonzalo C. Enrtlc, former Mexican consul at Brussels under tho Do Ln Ilarro provisional government. Tho manifesto in part says: "Francisco I. Madcro has profaned tho banner of Mexico with the scurrilous hand of the Yankee, and tbo American capltol has backed him up ln his revolutionary movements." Ma-der- cate and wish to reside in Berea for says that "twonty-twyears' experience In tbls work bos taught mo that a longer or snorter time to enjoy the task Is neither bopeloss nor advantages, the College-ha- s thankless, nor would It bo If tbe measa number of houses, large- and' ure of success had been lessened one-hafrom the known rate of percent small, some of them partly furnished, age of cures." Dr. Mason, formerly of tbe King's to rent on reasonable term.. Address lf - County York, examined cases that bad been away from the asylum for 10 years and found 3" per cent of all home. New the records of 2,000 cases cured. THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY.. 0 s A Filer, All Right. Inquirer (at soutn station) Whero does this train go? Urakcman This train goos to Now York In ten minutes. Inquirer Geo wblz! That's going some! Just as Easy. "I would rather bo happy tbnn be rich," he declared. "Ob, yes, bo would I," sbo replied, "but one might us well try to be hapl py without being rich as to bo an without bavlut; to dlo." an-g- servlco. "So likewise, whosoever he bo of you that fursnUctli not all that be hath, he cannot bo my disciple." Ot course, Christ may not, In fact does not call upon us nil to lcavo our dally vocation and becomo preachers or missionaries. No; ofttlmcs ho calls upon us to do whnt Is very much harder to etay In business nnd use It for him and bis kingdom. There can bo no question, however, but that cro wo can become Christ's disciples thero must bo the complete surrender ot ourselves to his nbsoluto and authoniatlvo control. This Is tho crucial test of Christianity. Aud It Is Just at this point of unconditional surender that many people hcsltato and ofttlmcs rufuso (o comply with tbe terms of dlsciplcship. Implied, yea, clearly stated, In thu Moving Pictures for Schools. call to membership In tbe kingdom, New York, Free moving picture wua was the consecration of these shows are to be established In nt least fishermen to tbo task of catching men. 100 of the larger public school build la somo Sunday schools, thero Is kept Ings here, It an urgent appropriation what Is called u "Fishermen's Roll," on demnnded by Superintendent Maxwell which there is recorded each Sunday Is approved by tho board of education. the names of thoso who havo brought In now members. It la a great work 81 In Year. Foss Pardons to bring others to Suuuay school and Iloston. Governor Foss has hroken to church : II Is greater still to bring all New England records for the use thorn to Jesus Christ. Iu tbo first of the pardoning power, having re chapter of John we havo a detailed acuuiiiik , count of bow theso dlsclplos caught Stored ol prisoners iu uui-rihis year tn office Ills pardons Include their llrst "flsa" for '.holr "sbtpou eleven murderers. ter." Los 'Angeles. Presiding Judge ton ruled against Clarence S. Darrow, VIRTUES former chief counsel for the McNa- - ONE OF CARDINAL raara brothers, In his effort to procure a full transcript of tho grand Jury evi- Admirable Remarks Upon Subject of Temperance In Essay by President dence on which he was Indicted sevHyde It la Self Control. eral wcoks ago for alleged Jury bri bery. Tho court held that tho Incom An essay by President Hydo on plete transcript delivered by the state The Cardinal Virtues" rontalns some was sufficient t siost admirable remarks upon tbe of temperance. Of course he Had Her Name In His Hat. Maysville, Ky. Superintendent Ros-se- ases tbo word ln Its widest senso as, Temper-ancoIn all things of tho county Infirmary, saw a cays he, cuts off remorselessly marauder trying to open hU meat- house door. Ilosser aimed his gun at whatever pleasures are Inconsistent the man's head, tired and found a bat with the attainment of best results. shot Into ribbons. Tho hat contained The temperate man selects that which young wom- best fits bis pormanent ends. the n.imo of n The temptation to Intemperance In an. The would be robber Is being irlnk comes chiefly from false ideas traced. ibout pleasure. The man seeks en- ioyment. but tho Injury Is out of all Colombia Invites Knox. proportion to the petty gains he se-- i Washington. Colombia virtually ref a man who permits -- res. Today pudiated tho action of Its minister. to be seen drunk Ik not wanted Gen. Osplna, by sending through ror employe or partner or American Minister Du Bols, at Dogota, or intimate, friend. Tho man who a cordial Invitation to Secretary ot keeps on using Intoxicants when be State Knox to visit Colombian shores knows they Injure him cenfesses himon his trip to the republics on tbo self to bo a slave and a fool. In view Caribbean sea. even a af the doubtful gain which liquor use of alcoholic moderate Marble Made Secretary. brings to thoso who Interpret tempoforWashington. John II. Marble, rary exhilaration ns permanent bene-Hmerly of San Francisco, chief of tho it Is wisest to nbstnin. In view of division ot prosecutions of the Inter- Iho mlncry which liquor causes In the state commerce commission, has been world. In view of the difficulty o' using appointed secretary of tbe commist without encouraging .he abuse of It. sion, to succeed Edward A. Moseley, ind In view of what snclety would who died last April. aln If Its use wero everywhere as n beverage It Is best to adopt a moderation which amounts CINCINNATI MARKETS to Apractical abstinence. stern self-dman must practice But he nial and rigid Cattle Active and strong; 10c to mutt do more than that. He must higher. Shippers' J5.766.85, cultivate beauty and sweetness In bis 15c to extra $6.907; butcher life. choice steers, extra S0.25QG.G0, good to He Is not simply to cut off what to fair ever pleasure proves lncon?Istent with choice $5. 50ft G. 15. common J4.35M5.25; heifers, extra ?5.006; tho attainment of tho hlsbcst nnd best good to choice Jl.750ti.DO, common purposes tn his own llfo hut he Is to to fair 3.254.25; cows, extra $4.C5 eok to bo rightly related to his felGl 5. good to choice 14.255 4.00, com low men nnll to devclon In hlmsolf $1.50 mon to fair $1.754; dinners, those qualities which will ndd to tbe Dulls Strong and scarce. Rologna Inv of living. J4.2505, extra $5.1005.25, fat bulls $5 ft 5.25. Alcohol Not Necessary, CalveB Actlvo and strong, 25c to rinrinc f.ventv years' experience 50c higher. Extra $9.50, fair to good sn the sen and on the snow In winter nnd largo $4.50 $809.25, common an experience after an upbringing 8.50. I have found that at- prices. In soft nlnres Hoes Steady at yesterday's entirely unnecessary good to choice rnhnl hn been Heavy hogs $G.50Jfi.60, for myself, and If over I have the $C.550C.6O, mixpackers and butchers ipportunlty given to me to say a wont ed packers $iJ.4G0C.55, stags $3,250 ,t uny time, or In nny place, whlrh 6.25. common to choice heavy fat sows $4.2505.00, extra $0, light snippers dll help to inhibit the use of nteohol pn tone as I stand on $5.SSUt6.40, pigs (110 lbs. and less) k hpvernee $1.2605,75. my feet I shnll be proud to get up nnd r;xtra jj.u&w j.o. speak It." Dr Gronfell of Ubrador, Sheep Steady. good to cholco $3.2603.60, common to fair $1.25 03. The Morning Drink. Extra $0.85 wt. Lambs Strong. Doctor Jones, an Australian lnspe common to good to choice $6.2506.75, tor general of Retreats for Inebrla'es. fair $4.2506, yearlings $4.2506.25. s fays that ho would compel IN to keep closed till midday Morgan Swindled. , Berlin. J. Plerropont Morgan, ac believes It Is thn morning drink, taken cording to a dispatch from Cairo, has when little food has been ruten that does tho most harm, and be holds that been swindled out of $40,000 on n The tempernnco reformers woud do bettei ot Coptic manuscripts. manuscripts have long been on tho to agitato for Into opening limn rot market at lets than a tenth of that early closing of licensed proxUes prlco without tlndln a purchaser. Drink Causes Crime. "Not only Is drink respunslblo fci Veteran Engineer Discharged. single Champaign, 111. Robert K. Stewar , more crimeIt. than niy other la res (uislble for murt cause, but tor 25 years an engineer on the HllimU all other causes put together Central, was discharged because of the thanJustice Hudcva, Victoria. disaster nt Klnmundy, Iu which J T. Ur. Harahan and three others wero killed. Hut- sub-lecr, well-knowhim-selson-in-lat. -public-housepur-chas- o Ruling Against Darrow. Dr. T. D. Crothers of Hartford, Conn., editor ot tbo "Journal of In ebriety," an author ot much note, says: "Tbe best authorities unlto ln considering 30 per cent ot all patients remaining under treatment for ono year or moro as permanently THE cured." Berea Hospital Nurse Training School of Berea College HAS BEST OPERATING ROOM AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES FOR CARE OF A LIMITED' NUMBER OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREATMENT GREATLY INCREASES-PROSPECT- OF RECOVERY. Rates Ono Dollar a day and up. Bond for prompt payment required. For further particulars address THE BEREA HOSPITAL BEREA KY. directed at the has an the business in his line- in this community. I Mr. Merchant Yoa say you've got it alL You're selling them all they'll buy, anyhow. But at the same time you would like more business. J Make this community buy more. I Advertise strongly, consistently, judiciously. J Suppose you can buy a lot of wash tubs cheap; advertise a bigwashtub sale in this paper. Put in an inviting picture of a washtub where people can sec it the minute they look at your ad. Talk strong on washtub3. And you'll find every woman in this vicinity who has been netting along with a rickety washtub for years and years will buy a new one from you. J That's creative business THISacLh power. I I OURj AD. RATES ARE RIQIIT CALL ON US W.fv.U.) i.irrwrnnnrnrn -i tru;rtKkl,l.MV,l7 TRADE MORAL The quality ol what you have to sell is known to soms psoplc all ol the timo nr.d all of the paopla some ol the ti.T.o, bat advertise regularly with us and you'll reaoh ell of the people all ol the lima. Page Four. THE CITIZEN. COLLEGE GROUNDS PRIVATE KILLED BY FATHER February 39, 191a. was sorlously HI with pneumonia, and on Saturday ho died. Tho nows was Tho Coroner's Jury, called Tuos-da- y not circulated In Borea In time to attornon to Inquire Into tho death havo a gathering ot tho Regiment In of Ilttlo Arthur Williams, son of Wil- tho Collcgo Chapel, but a fow classliam Williams, reached tho verdict mates and teachers attended tho burthat the child died from vlotenco at ial sorvlce nt tho M. E. church. Harrison was a young man ot flno tho hands of Its father. promlso, much beloved. His memory Tho evldcnco brought out at tho very wide Inquest revealed a situation both piti- will bo cherished by a friends, ful and revolting. Williams has been clrclo of married twlco, his first wlfo being THE PRISCILLA CLUB tho mother ot tho thrco children, two ot whom aro now living, aged Tho annual Guest Day meeting ot six nnd eight. Tho other, tho sun-Je- tho I'rlscllla Cldb was held last of Inquest, was between thrco and Thursday at tho homo ot Mrs. J. R. four years ot ago. Roberttton. Tho various members ot Tho second wlfo loft tho family a tho Club Invited a friend, which made tew weeks ago, stating, It Is claimed, tho gathering qulto a representative that she could not stay owing to fear ono ot tho ladles of tho town and that tho father would do vlolcnco to school. Special Interest was taken tho children. fact In tho mooting owing to tho Thoso three children sinco then havo that It had been announced that tho been left alono In a destitute homo Club would consider tho advisability from daylight till dark to care for of organizing an Associated Chari themselves as best they could. Tho ties for Herea, and with that In vlow, ,m oldest boy states that they havo only Mrs. Cowley had been Invited to ad had bread to cat, rarely over any dress tho ladles, which sbo did. Her meat or other food. Tho Uttlo boy address was very Interesting, showthat died, Monday evening, is report- ing, as It did, tho need ot such an ed to havo been a very bright and organization and tho saving to Indichurches and tho various actlvo child, but mlschlovous or bad. viduals, Tho thrco children were visited last clubs that separately sock to moot Sunday by Mr. Hunt, who has chargo tho needs or tho community in the ot tho .Mission Sunday School In that matter of distribution ot charity. Sho end of town. Ho Inquired Into tholr not only showed that such an organilife, gaining tho contldonco ot tho zation would result In economy, but oldest boy and stayed wltli them till greater efficiency as well. It Is expected that a mass meeting night. Tho Uttlo boy, Just before his arrival, had set tho window blind on will bo called soon, where tho gen fire which camo very noar burning eral plan of such an organization will tho houso. Mr. Hunt reports that tho bo taken up and thoroughly discussed. oldest boy repeatedly said that his FROM DIFFERENT MINES father would beat the child to death NUGGETS when ho returned. No discontented man can evor bo A short tlmo attor dark Mr. and rich. ; God Is always looking for people Mrs. Byrd, who live In a houso only a few feet from Williams, heard tho who can bo trusted with prosperity. Tho devil hates tho man who docs father return and a fow moments afterward, tho screams ot tho 'small- as ho would bo dono by. ct book Is a better A est child and Its pleadings with Its friend than a father to stop whipping it. Then thoy For pointers on Biology See tho heard a thud as if something had fallen or had been thrust to tho floor Professor. y Soo his For pointers on and tho crying ceased. A short tlmo afterward they heard tho oldest boy wife. t, Thoco who heard Ott crying. Nothing more was known ot got tho happenings until Monday morning about nino or ten o'clock when a lot for their money. tho neighbors were called in by an T. R. Is Taft's rival for tho Repubother little boy, who had chanced to lican nomination. With Hamilton Holt look In the houso and found tho many will voto for tho "Survival ot child unconscious on tho floor by tho Fattest." Uneasy lies tho head that wears tho stove In which tho fire bad gono out. A doctor was Immediately cal a frown. led but nothing could bo done for It FOR SALE doath following about five In tho afternoon. On Center 8trect a good lot kaowa Williams was arrested after tho as the John Bales place. House sad Inquest and taken to Richmond Jail barn on lot. Good reason for selllaf. owe money. D. N. Welch. by Doputy Shoriff Johnson, Wednes day morning, where ho will await tho BARGAIN IN LAND action ot tho Grand Jury. Ho manigreat lnditferenco to tho fested A splendid bargain In 296 acres charges and did not seem to bo afstock and fruit farm. This Is real fected by the death ot the child. good land, and grows fine white bur-to- y However, he declared his innocence. tobacco. 100 acres In woodland. Tho two Uttlo boys aro to Bo taken Tho best sand stono quarry In south to tho Orphan Home. ern Indiana, flno for building and Tho State now steps In and offers fence posts. A good well, everlastits pound of cure when a cure, of ing spring and 2 good cisterns. A 6 course, Is Impossible. This terrible room house, splendid barn and all deed ought to awaken this part of necessary outbuildings nnd good outtho country, at least, to tho wisdom let on public highway. Free delivery. of prevention Instead of cure. School and churches handy. Reasoa for selling, falling health. For parti FIRST DEATH IN KING'S REGIMENT culars call on or address Lee Hayes, Frodrlcksburg, Ind., Quarry OF 1912 Hill Farm, R. F. D. 18. or Oscar L. Hayes, Dr. Wm. H. Hubbard of Auburn, N. Berea, Ky. Will sell for $11.50 per V., who conducted tho protracted acre It taken at once. meeting In 1903, started tho Idea ot banding tho converts toguther as "tho King's Regiment of 1900" and 2 cans Tomatoes nnd 1 Corn, 25c the custom has proved a good ono. 3 cans Corn ,25c Whon tho King's Regiment ot 3 cans Peas ...25c 1912 was formed fow could nppreclnte tho" truth of Brother Knight's words 3 cans Pie Peaches 25c to tho effect that llfo Is uncertain, Heavy Syrup Table Peaches, 20c and oven tho young cannot tell what 2 cans Waldorf Corn 25c a day may bring forth. But ono ot 2 cans Waldorf Peas 2lt that bright company has already been Waldorf Tomatoes called away. ct soft-coverblp-pockr. Buy-olog- r W. B. Reduso and Nuform Corsets III -- World-know- are made of Fabrics n for their DURABILITY aro posted this wcok re, Notices o minding U10 public that tho grounds aro private and stating that tlfoy must not bo entered by minors not connected with tho school except as they pass to and from Chap with el services, or have business College ottlcors. ' This applies to all yards containing s or dormitories, but not to Lincoln Field. Col-Ugclass-room- CONFERENCE FOR EDUCATION IN THE SOUTH and STRENGTH 7 Asl i COYLE'S DRY GOODS STORE You pay - less or get more oaoooaooaoooooooooooooaoooooou S o o o LOCAL PAGE NEWS s m OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES a o a o s m oaooaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoao oaoaoaoaoaooooooo. Mr. Jason Soxton who works In Lexington has boon homo for a visit. Mr. John Gabbard was in Richmond last week receiving treatment at the Gibson Infirmary. CITT rUONK 1S1 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Combs are tho Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. proud parents of a Uttlo daughter who came to their home last week. BRECK DAN Mr. Green Bales has been visiting Fire, Life. Accident, and Live Stock his parents hero for soveral days. INSURANCE Misses Amelia and Bess McWhorter and their cousin Miss Jennie McWhor Will sign your bond. Richmond, Ky. tcr who aro students of tho E. K. Phone 505 S. N. at Richmond spent from Saturday until Monday with home folks L. A N. TDUD TABLE. hero. NorU Bound Leoal 10:55 p-- ra. 7:00 a. m. Kaozvlll The sale is over but we go on for3:51 a. m. ever at Welch's. 1:04 p. m. BEREA 7:45 a-- m. 8:30 p. b. Cincinnati A reception was held last Saturday South Bound Looal afternoon at tho homo ot Prof, and 6:30 Cincinnati t:l5 p. m. Mrs. Marsh In honor ot Dr. Downing's BEREA 12:34 p. mi 12:13 a. tn. birthday. A largo number ot tho Col1:55 p. KboxtIU 1:6 a. lege students were present Tho ocExpress Trains casion was an entire surprise to Dr. 8 top t take oa and let off pa Downing but was greatly enjoyed from beyond Dayton, O., or trom and appreciated by him. AtlaaU and beyond. Prof. Lewis and Dr. Davis were in South Baud"' Frankfort, 'Monday, in behalf of DR. BEST, DENTIST H. The next Conforcnco for Education lti tho South will bo hold at'Nashvlllr, Tcnn., April 3, 4, and C next. Tho railroads havo granted a rato ot ono nnd one halt faro plus fifty cents. Tickets will bo on salo from March 30, to April 5 inclusive, and will bo good returning to April 20. This will bo ono ot tho greatest educational gatherings ovor held In this country. Speakers ot International reputaRev. J. Verity, former pastor of tions will bo on tho program. A largo delegation should attend from Ken tho Union Church, is now at Middle town, Ohio, In 'Methodist work and tucky. , T. J. Coatcs, has rcconUy made a seventeen thouStato Supervisor of Rural Schools. sand mile trip through thirteen countries. Possibly ho may visit Berea FUNERAL OF MARY PARSONS this spring and give an Illustrated lecturo on what ho saw In Egypt and , Palosune. Miss Mary Parsons, a former Berea student, pleasantly remembered by SALESMAN WANTED to look after our Interest In Madison and ad- - many of our teachers and clUzens, Innpnf nitntloa Rnlnrw Pnmmltnn died ot typhoid fever at Niks, Mich., ,weok Mlllh"bod'rJ W"l Address Lincoln Oil Co., Cleveland, O. arl? of bo burlod in Berea by ur. uowiey ana miss cuck are u nicc tn tho 8lstcri keeping our 1,300 Btudents surpris Thur,d.. rhnr.h hnnfu, lngly well this winter. Several light afternoon. cases ot mumps are on hand and to Miss Parsons was born In Jackson prevent tho spread of tho troublo County and spent many yoars with aro put by themselves in a private Mrs. Bacon, of Nllcs, Mich., who died house. All will be In class again In about a year ago. Miss Parsons has a week or ten days. The hospital-- a sister living In California and n also has two cases ot pleurisy and sister, Mrs. Sloan, In Lancaster, Ky. seven of lagrlppe. f " tr .., ,., ) CHICKSHATCHED M. L. TO ORDER ROOSEVELT CLUB Spink Is prepared to handlo Over fifty students met Monday a limited amount ot custom hatching. night, Feb. 26th, and organized a am. a. a. wa-g- rs FARMERS VULCAN and OLIVER Plows. THOMAS Harrows, Cultivators and Corn Drills. CiadaaaU' BEREA 1:0 a. m. 11:41 a. m. Norta Bound 4:46 p. m. BEREA :37 p. m-Cincinnati temperance legislation. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sharpe of Becklcy, W. Va., nro making a visit with home folks and relatives. Mrs. Fannlo Demmon was in Richmond, Monday. Messrs. C. C. Froston and U. 8. Wyatt loft last week for Texas where they will spend sovcral days looking (or a home. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ellis, who havo been detained at Boono Tavern on account ot tho Illness ot Mrs. Ellis, left, Monday, for Florida to visit relatives. Mrs. Ernbcrg, who has charge ot the Home Science Department, spent the lattor port of last week In Cincinnati. Evoo'body is happy because they have been to Welch's. Mr. J oo Bcndor of Richmond was In town visiting friends and relatives, Saturday and Sanday. Professors Dlnsmorc, Marsh and Mathcny are attending tho meeting ot Superintendents at St. Louis this wook. Who said everybody didn't trade at Welch's T The south end of tho tabcrnaclo has been fitted up for spat ball and quoit pitching for young men who fcol full of life and enjoy such games. Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for it's a story that never grows old "Save that difference." Mr. and Mrs. Ellhu Blcknell who have been living in Trenton, Mich., have moved back to Berea. Mr. Goo. French and family havo moved from Chestnut St. to tho west end ot town. Miss Carrie Spanglcr mado a fow days' visit home last week. Miss Bertha Robinson has taken u position in the Racket Store. Mr. B. Harris is homo this week. Messrs. Hayos and Gott nro In Cincinnati this week buying their spring goods. STUDEBAKER and OLD HICKORY Wagons. A (Complete lline of Grass Seeds. -- '. W The College Library shows some very Important new books on Naturo study and on English Hymns, this week. "Save the Difference" FIRE DRILL ttOHDAY 1 . r 1 i s Roosevelt club. Mr. James Farmor was choson leader of tho club and extinguishers and extension ladders Collego fire great Interest was 'shown by all. Tho Tho efficiency of tho Into play. something that enables club will meet one night out ot each Soveral hundred friends of Berea department Is many people to sleep peace week, and Interesting speeches and were praying for the success of tho a great whon Be- a discussion ot tho political probrecent protracted metlngs and many fully. On tho raro occasions rea has a blazo tho college boys turn lems aro expected. of them are now sending In their consetting, 75 cents per setting ot 15. gratulations. Among others Rov. W. out and fight fire quite like veterans. on the camORCHESTRAL ENTERTAINERS Call at Collcgo Farm. II. Baker of the class of '85, now at Tho security ot buildings very great. Kindling wood for sale. Call at Chagrin Falls, Ohio, writes of his pus and near It has been tno The monitors and Janitors ot memory of similar meetings conducted College Farm. Of tho Orchestral Entertainers, who command Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Adams have by Rov. A. A. Myers and of a rising-be- ll collego buildings, under the aro to bo In Berea, Saturday evening, Hudson, constitute prayor meeting In Howard Hall of Steenrod and moved into the Blazer cottago on Centho Lyceum Committer says, "A this great tiro company where Wm. E. Barton first publicly tho leading forco in twenty-tw- o ter 8t. tit to be on the same courso hybrigade. There are Miss Ida Lewis who Is a nurse at declared his decision to enter the mincollcgo system, and a with tho Bostonla and Scheldkret. drants in the tho Gibson Infirmary at Richmond istry. ot Not qulto so high a grade of music All toachers who can do so should stream can be thrown to tho root was homo from Saturday until Monbut moro fun. Slnglo admission CO c. highest building. Every dormitory attond tho Louisville meeting ot tho the day. Kentucky Educational Association on contains tire buckets, and most of To do the greatest good to the fire extinguishers. Thoy should go to think them chemical Juno greatest number of people Is the and to work. They should go with tho Chief buildings, like Ladies Hall, Lin-slogan at Welch's. coin and Poarsons balls, are so planidea of ettinp omphinr f0rhoh and girls of their county. They should ncd M to bave more than one Interiorbrine hark homo ,nnv thnnhf on staircase, and thus obviate tho neccsThe external fire escapes. many a new Idea and greater Inspire- - I8" wuc, intra stories oi bciuucu uuu, tlon. Mr. Albert D. Hanson, class of '82, Gilbert and the Industrial, havo had The best way on earth to do so son ot Mr. and Mrs. Samuel O. Han- ropes for fire escapes, but the chief great exis to buy candy, pencils, tablets, son, was in Berea several days last reliance has been upon the tension ladders. composition books, neckwear, week and this visiting his father hosiery, post cards, jewelry, and mother. Mr. Hanson's homo Is WORTH $20.00 for $14.50 WANTED: All your turkeys sad In Cedar Rapids, Iowa, chinaware, and get all your WORTH $15.00 for $10.50 The panoramic picture of tho chickens at a good prloeW. S. Qott, needs supplied at : : : : WORTH $10.00 for $7.50 grounds and students taken by Mr. Depot Street. Frank A. Carr of Frankfort, Ky., FriADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE day, Is unquestionably the best ever Tku is oaljr a few ef mado for the Collego. Tho picture Any one having a claim or claims Is more than four feet long and shows against the estate ot S. E. Welch, debees greatly redactd. mora than 1,000 students and teachers. ceased. Is hereby notified to present And don't forget the music and It also lncludos tho principal build- the same, properly verified, to John "THE QUALITY STORE" OF the place. Everybody knows ings. W. Welch, administrator, on or bewhere to find "THE RACKET Mr. W. H. Pigg ot Blue Lick left, fore April 2nd, 1912, or same will STORE." Wednesday morning, for Charleston, bo barred. 111., to visit hi children there. John W. Welch, Admr. 25-2- 7. Next Monday, following chapel nt 9:40. there will be a fire drill that will bring hose cart, chemical fire ... Navy Beans 5c per pound Harrison Wynn of Conway en " tered school Jan. 2nd, and was In Choice Dried Peaches, tho fifth grado, his principal teach AT er being Miss Evans. On Monday a week ago ho went to tho hospital for treatment for a cold, and tho next day went to his homo. On Thursday Delivers Any Time his sister was sent for bocauso he 12c TATUM'S KEEP SWEET . Reduced Prices HHsHMsMMHHMMsMsHMslsMHM Suits & Overcoats Ladies' Skirts WORTH WORTH WORTH $10.09 $7.00 $5.00 will continue for a few more day on all winter gOl,S. Ladies' Long Coats WORTH WORTH WORTH $15.00 fer $1050 $12.50 fer $8.75 $10.00 fer $7.5 'fer $7.00 fer $4.75 fer $3.50 THE RACKET STORE tie Bargain NOW h we are offeriif . All Wider geodi kare tke Use te htj U yes want te SAVE MONEY ::::::: BEREA, KENTUCKY HAYES & GOTT February 20, 191a. THE CITIZEN. will bo called soon and tho wholo dirty business wilt possibly bo expos- Page Five. Mr. Housekeeper: ed. DISASTROUS FIRE disastrous flro occurred In Houston, Texas, last Wednesday. A thousand pcoplo woro left homeless and property dostroyed amounting to upwards of flvo million dollars. A Why not let the Telephone do some of the work at home arid save your wife from fret and worry? How many unnecessary steps it saves the housewife can only be- - realized by those who have the Telephone handy and would not do without it. It is ever ready for use when needed worst and does not cost you anything for repairs or maintenance. Your neighbor's wife has the advantage of a Telephone, why not yours? Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? You buy the same goods at Engle's Store JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOL BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED ties. Each ono of tho schools in tho Association is to provide two men who aro to act In official capacity a6 track judges, clerks of tho course, announcers nnd field Inspectors. Fall Term Students who havo boon at Bcrca 8 Sr. for ono wholo Bcmcstcr will bo, by Laruo Downey, Hlllsboro, Fleming. Ralph Abel 'Mlnter, Dooncvllle, Ows- agreement of tho Committee, eligi loy. ble to compete. Students who have Owen O'Hrlon. Hlllsboro, Fleming, boon to Bcroa ono semester In any l'rltchard IUddlo, Bolva, N. C. previous year, who return at tho beMolllo Andes. Hockbold, WhlUey. ginning of tho spring term and who Stella M. Flanery, Dlzncy. Harlan. Amor Lillian Hoaton, Hoan Mt.. Tcnn. have not attended In tho Interim any Carrla Dell ilea toil, Hoan Mt Tonn. other Institution of learning, are Matilda Kuster, Beech, Mich. cllglblo. 7 Sr. Tho general consensus of opinion Howard McKlnley Dcnflcld, Hughes, among tho members of tho Committee N. C. John Mctcalf. Point Lick, Garrard. Is that Berea stands tho best chance MUllgan S. Wise, Altamount, N. C. year. Marjorlo Loo Bontley, Whltesburg, cf carrying off tho honors this Track records and track Interest In Letcher. 6 Sr. tho stato aro not very good and tho Troy Frazler, Smoot Creek, Letcher. purposo of tho Moot is to show tho Jennie Noontldo McCoury, Senla, N. pcoplo of Kontucky what good clean Car. healthy track sports may bo. Thcro are no stato records officially In exATHLETICS istence, and tho keeper of tho reAt the meeting of tho Kentucky cords will endeavor to collect authenIntercollegiate Track Association held tic facts concerning best marks made la Lexington. Monday afternoon, In tho various events. January 29th, tho following officers It was agreed by tho Committee to woro elected: President, Prof. R. L. pay tho traveling expenses of twelve Monroo of Transylvania; Vice Presimen of oach of theso societies. This dent, Dr. It. T. Hlnton of George- Is Snblg advantago to Berea since town College; Secretary and Treasurour traveling expenses aro about four er, D. Walter Morton, Bore; Offi- times that of any other member of cial Rcord Keeper, Prof. T. V. Wil- the Association. liams of Central University. Let ovcry Berea student who can were possibly do anything in various evA Constitution and adopted and arrangements definitely ents, or who thinks ho can, Join ono made for tho holding of tho State of tho track gymnasium classes now Track Meet at the Lexington Fair organizing. Grounds on May IS, 1912. NEWS OF THE WEEK Two hundred and eighty dollars donated for been alraedy has Continued from first page prizes by Lexington business men, crats in Congress thcro seems to be and more money is In sight for tho a general apathy as to buslnoss. The cup same, purpose A silver loving political situation In both parties Is will bo given to tho team making such as to attract attention away tho highest number of points and from tho halls of Legislation, and thus winning tho Meet, and a gold It is freely predicted that tho session medal will bo given to all who win will bo brought to a close as speedfirst placo In tho various cvenU, ily as poslblo. And It Is evident that and Bllver and bronze medals to such measures as aro advocated will thoso who win Bccond and third bo framod to catch votes. places. Tho Meot will closo with a MEXICAN SITUATION SERI- special Itclay Haco. Each man on OUS will tho team which wins tho raco Mexico's new rovolt has assumed also rocelvo a gold modal. such proportions as to arouse considerEntries must be handed to the able talk of Invasion on tho part of Secretary and Treasurer not later tho United States or ltiterfcntlon. than May 1, 1312. Two men from Madcro seems to havo almost as serieach Bchool will bo nllowod to start ous a revolt to coins with as tho one In each event, but tho number of enbo led which displaced Diaz. Additries from each Bchool will not bo tional troops havo been stnt to tho limited. Mexican border by our government Tho events to bo held are as fol with orders to protect Americans lows: with guns If necessary. Later. Jau-rc- z 1. 100 yard run, 2 p. m. has fallen In tho hands of tho 2. High Jump, 2 p. m. revolutionists. Half-mil- e Hun, 2.1S p. m. 3. TRIPOLI ANNEXED 4. 220 Yard Hun, 2:30 p. m. War goes on The Turko-Italla- n Polo Vault, 2:30 p. m. 5. apace, but It is not very spectacular; p. m. C. High Hurdles, 2:45 at least reports are meagre. However, 7. Hammer Throw, 2:43 p. m. tho Italian Government has announc440 Yard Hun, 3:00 p. m. 8. ed tho annexation of Tripoli and there p. m. 9. Broad Jump, 3:00 Is great rejoicing In Rome and tho 10. Low Hurdles, 3:45 p. m. Peninsula. 3:45 p. m. 11. Shot Put, SHUSTER HOME 12. Ono Mllo Hun, 4:00 p. m. W. Morgan Shuster, tho American 13. Dlscua Throw, 4:00 p. m. who was Persia's Treasurer General 14. IlnlQv Race. 4:30 P. m. Exceptions for 1912. Field and Track and who was forced to leavo his poat at tho Instigation of Russia, arrived MocL For 1912 there shall bo no High In Now York, Fob. 22. CONFESSES GUILT HurdUs, tho Low Hurdles taking tho Franklin, tho dctoctlyo accused of place on the program of tho High Hurdles, and the Mllo Hun taking being tho tool of Attorney Darrow to brlbo tho Jury In the McNamara caso tho placo of Low Hurdles. Tho Hoferoo and Starter will be In Loa Angeles, which ended In a confession on the part of the McNam-aro- 8 selected by tho Secretary-Treasure- r; of their guilt, changed his plea tho soloctlon, however, to bo acceptable to each of the other Institutions, of not guilty to guilty In tho Los and, If possible, theso men will come Angeles Court, Fob. 27th. Sentonco from outsldo tho State of Kontucky baa not been pronounced but will be and bo thoroughly disinterested par la a few days. Tho 'caso of Darrow Homo Science I. Hosa Leo Crooch, Springfield, Mo. lna Olga Curry, Croton, O. Minerva E. Frost, Monday, Mich. FOUNDATION SCHOOLS By-La- Kentucky Out of 8tep With the Mareh of Education. If you bad not driven twelvo miles from big, throbbing, pulsing Louis-Tillalong perfect rondwnys sprinkled with oil you would think you were far out In some rural community when you gaze nt Rocky II school. It seems impossible for such a school-hous- e to be tolerated In n county as rich and prosperous ns Jefferson. o 11 1 for less money" Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, Flour, Meal, Sugar, Coffee Always The Best Its style of architecture Is severely Cash and Small Profits BEREA COLLEGE HONOR ROLL Why Pay More? Cuntlnurtl fiom fuge one Mary Lorcna Howard, Salyersvlllo, A'Rgofrln. Sophomores. Carlton K. Matsuu, Klngsvlllo, O. Dwight L. Scolus, Frederlcktown, O. Rauaolph Fostor Sellers, Now More- fiold. O. Thomas Jctforson Terry, Jolts Creek, Mary Eleanor Coo, Summer, Iowa. Anna LouUo Frey, Zurlck, SwitzerBessie Loo Harrison, Dorca, Agnus His Kidder, 1 inlay City, MIcti. Magglo Dalo Taulbee, Campton, Wol(o Locraard phon.6o R. J. ENGLE, BetMt Ky. Breathitt. land. Freshmen. Uottom, 11. Ballard, Clover Jackson. Carrol Crow Uatson, CynUilaaa, Har-riso- n. Waluo Burton Davison, Elmlra, N. Y. Louia J. Karnosh. Neds, O. Henry 11. Llchwardt, Detroit, Mich, Ulunxle Morris, Ureonsvllle. W. Va. Henrietta Augusta Beochor, Sandusky. O. OotUo Merrill Docm, Jersey, O. Bosalo Cloo DoUord, Walnut drove, Lucy Harriott Holllday, Pulaski. Hazard, Per-r- y. Laura Ray. Major. Owsley. Ora Myrtle Starna, Valley Oak, laskl. Mario It. Stegor, Frcdonla, N. Y. NORMAL DEPARTMENT Fall Term Tliird Year. James Hlllman, Herald, Va. Mack Morgan, ML Vernon, I'u- Rockcas- - Margaret Jano Johnson, LaFoUotts, Tonn. Jesslo Smith, Mauldcn, Jackson. Itosella Roberts. Crescent City, Okla. Second Year. Creed Oney Harrison, Fearls, Lewis. First Year. Walter Thomas Prathcr, Fox, LsUll. ACADEMY First Semester Fourth Year. John Mark Imrle, London, Canada. Altrvd Campbell Slomp, Lcgg. Va. Junnlo Jones Elliott, Humphrey. Casoy. Gosncyvllle, Wolio. Loo Pearsons, Baraboo, Wis. Henry Alexander Hitter, Toledo, O. Third Year. Luther Stephen brown, Arvld Delia Holllday, Hazard, Perry. Eunice Mary Pearsons, BaraDoo, Wis. Second Year. W. Marlon Darringor. Parkersburg. Va. Hldgo, Kan. Abraham Lohrcntz, Mound Maud Parson. Drip Hock, Jackson. Juasto Harriet Halno, Oberlln, 0. May Margaret Todd, Paint Lick, Gar- O. Slier, Lot, Whitley. rard. Edward Cook, Sturgeon, Owsley. Monno Hlrschy, Borne, lnd. Curl Howard. Lay. Knox. Arthur Handolph llulf, Urayson, Car- Mays, Canon Boulto, N. M. Ilunry Ueorgo Murrolt, London, ling. Sparks, Trinity, McKlnley Leslie Hay CoHcy Tanner, McKlnley. Lincoln. Robert W. Torroll, Xcnla, O. Frank D. Vaughn, Corblu, Whitley. John L. Williams. Wulims Creek, Har First Year. Do'8' lan. aVl'bUllp Clarenco Wilson, Sponcor, W. hj Va. Itobln Earl Woodruff, Springfield, Mo. Emily Eunice Borger, St. LouUvlllo. Ohio. EdltU Elizabeth Frost, Berea. Esther Urecn Gentry, Island City, Owsloy. Gertrude Thoodora Green, Pcrryvlllo, Boylo. Esta Honoycutt, Mars Hill. N. C. Cora E. Kelly, Evarts, Harlan. VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT Fall Term Agriculture I Hugh Baker. Laurel Creek, Clay. Business I. Francis Pendleton, Whltesburg, Carpentry II. Lct-ch- or. Floronco O. Marian Turner, Litchfield, Cloynland Cqdy Frost. Berea. PETTUS C& PARKS CHESTNUT STREET, BEREA, KENTUCKY EruG6, fl&ebfdnes, Gbemfcate PERFUMERY, SOAP, SYRINGES, BRUSHES, COMBS, tho first meeting at Tho Ilagun thcro tho men a chanco to smell powwas no nation willing to mako It der and mako them brara and binding upon a nation to abide by patriotic. Tho lata Prof. William BOCRT HILL SCHOOL. simple. This Idea of extreme sim- tho decision of any court of arbitra- James, of Harvard, suggested that wo organize troops to reclaim thn plicity Is carried out In the veranda of tion In any subject whatsoeyer. Withred corrugated Iron supported on plain in tho eight years between tho first great desert areas of tho world and I and second conferences all tho ca- rind other helpful ways of calling 2 by 4 studding. If the building, the main building,' tions bad changed their minds. In forth the heroic in men. lacks benuty, the old coal bouse Is 1907 every nation was In favor of Dr. Holt says that The Hamin will much worse. It looks as If after years requiring certain subjects to bo set- take tho placo among the "United of wear and tear the neighbors had by arbitration. Nations1' that our Supreme Court sorry for It nnd had bad some, tled felt thing of a donation party. This, of The aim of the first Haguo con- holds among the "United States." itxo United Nations nnoH. course, Is merely n surmise, but it is ference was to make war more huthe only possible solution to the gen- mane, and they declared against tho United Stfttcs." Tho Unltod Stages Evi- use of poisonous explosives, dropping came into existence with tho Artieral makeup of the building. dently one neighbor bad donated projectiles from balloons, etc. Public cles of Confederation: an h imitt some old red rooting tin. Another sentiment changed much before the Nations at this moment exists be neighbor, seeing the need of a door, second meeting and they decided to cause of The Hague. Some tlmo we had sent over one that had been cut prohibit bombardment of unfortified will nave an international ertvutivo "kinder whopper Jawed" nnd would towns, and the declaration of war whether it is one man or a council wlhout due notice. Most Important of men. "Let us add to tho Declarwas the attempt to prevent war; this ation of Independence a Declar It did In three ways: tho establish- ation ot interdependence." Wo shall ment of The Hague, which In itself have at last Tennyson's dream r does much to promote peace and ar- tho 'parliament of man and the fe bitration; provision for a Commis- deration of tho world' and for tho sion of Inquiry before open hostili- first time since tho Prince of ties begin; permission to a neutral died on Calvary to make men free wo nation to attempt to bring about may nave pjace on earth and good peace between two warring nations will to men. oven after war has begun. IN OUR OWN STATE Several nations havo already decid (Continued from Sntpift) ed to submit oil questions to arbitra Is a to the Governor for his signature. It tion for final settlement. There great monument at tho top of the having passed the Senate, Monday. TUX DOOH WAS "CINDER WBOPPKB JAWED" Andes erected by Chllo and Argentine The bill is a little better than It not fit anywhere then, baring no to celebrate permanent peaco be- was feared it would bo In that it binges, It bad leen tacked on.anyway tween those two nations. This fa does not provide for tho continuance and left standing wide open for the mous statuo Is the Christ of the An in office of the present prison comweeds to grow about It. des. It Is made of old brass cannon missioners, Brown and McCutcheon. Jefferson county, with Its trolley and whon completed was taken to But it Is a Partisan Measure and Its splendid roads. Its wealth, the very top of tho Andes by the there may soon lines, be another machine should be nn object lesson to the rest tho two ca as poworful as tho of the state In schools Hud school soldiers and sailors of Machine. equipment, but she Is Just whero the tions. It has the Inscription: "Soon er shall these mountains crumble in COMMISION FORM IN DANGER otliers atte. Lexington last fall voted and pass The whole state Is out of step with to dust thnn that Chilians and Argentines break tho peace which at ed upon a commission form or governthe march of education.! i t the feet of Christ the Redeemer they ment. At the same time officers were elected under the old form. It The Bey Understood. havo sworn to maintain." One of the educational committee In Governor James B. McCreary has was generally understood if the comLouisville had pinned on his button the honor of having taken the first mission form should bo adopted that nnd went out onto the street for a pa- official step to organize tho world the officers elected would have but per. While the boy was counting out 1888 Gov. McCreary Inono year to serve; yet tho will of pennies in change he caught sight for peace. In the troduced tho bill In Congress which the people Is In tho way to bo overCon1 established the ruled, for there Is a bill before tho 7i tomprovemenK ferences. These conferences are tho legislature providing or the continu legislative branch of the ance in offlco of the present Incum 0b ,0. They bents for their full term of four years. can Federation of Republics. they Tho Legislature Is about to commit. 7 have already met four times and mept regularly. Itself to tho doctrino that offices 1 3 The nations are getting acquaint are or tho office holders Instead edthere are oven baseball teams of for the peoplo. FIRE DESTROYS CHILthat make foreign trips, great uniof the white and blue button. He versities exchange professors accord DREN'S HOME imlled and got onto bis tiptoes and ing to agreements. There are many Tho Home of colored orphans In slowly: read societies Lexington was destroyed by flro Tues"My $ for Improvement Kentucky national and international day morning. There wcro 34 children to promoting world-wid- e devoted . schools." in tho building, all but three of whom Again he smiled uud, reaching out peace. Chief of theeo is the escaped or were rescued. It was Union composed of n grimy paw. exclaimed: "Tut it there nud shake. I'm with members of national parliaments thought that all had gotten onto an you fellers, all right." end congresses of the world. When It upper porch in front ot the building, 1j remembered that thcro aro only but It seems that throo in tho panla THE FEDERATION OF THE WORLD about 15,000 men In all tho con must have run back Into tho flames. Continued from I'lrit Ttfe grosses or parliaments of tho great They range In age from 4 to 9 years. large per A call has been Issued to tho benevotho present momont la In closer nations It Is seen that a only in favor lent In tho city and the stato for touch with any stato of Europe, mor- cent of them are not aid, and contributions should bo sent ally, mentally, financially, commer- of peace but working for It. Some people think there should bo to the Lexington Leader or Herald. was cially, or oven physically, than to give The origin ot the fire la not known. tho stato of Now York with any other a war about once a generation state in 1776." at Tne Hnguo, ono In 1899 and ono in 1907. Tho noxt moetlng is to bo in BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE 1915, and great plans fcro already mado for this coming conference. At A COMPLETE LINE PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES HARDWARE, Pm i Pan-Ame- ri ry 00 -- DOOLEY'S FOR EVERYTHING PricesRUht J. D. 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She turned obediently, and breasted the Icy slope with lilra. Neither spoko again until they wero snfo In tho loe of the hut Then ho said: Is alone "I don't think Kanshaw thero on tho yacht. Tho rollcf party and the first party from tho Aurora got together some tlmo this afternoon and started back toward the shore, They should bo aboard tho yacht by now, though when tho fog fell It put an end to my activities. The Walrus people have undoubtedly attacked thorn, but they shouldn't havo any trouble In beating them off. They out number them and they aro hotter armed; In fact, so far as I know, the Walrus people aren't armed at all. They knew your people I mi an that the yacht wan likely to be attack ed. I told them so mysolf, and then their pretended guldo confessed. How did you know about the Wal rus?" she asked curiously. Tho Portuguese was ono of them; ho bad guided your first party down Into n little vnlley of perpetual fog, under orders to abandon them thero, When he saw mo sailing about over headthrough the fog. you know he broko down and confessed and the- nwell, he made a clean breast of It. Ho knew nothing of tho details of bis leader's plans; but tho more fact that he had been delegated to guldo the party Into a place from which It was to be expected they could never get out, waa conclusive as to his Inten not look up at her to surprise thrm thero. "Now," ho said, "I'm going to tako off theso boots of yours, which are wet, but which will servo excel lently, nevertheless, for a pillow, and you aro to take off that heavy coat and get Inside this bag. Havo you over slept In ono?" He was already tugging at one of the boots, and her protest went un heeded It wns only a half hearted protest aftor all. When ho hnd tnken off tho boots sho submitted, without demur, to his unfastening Iho frogs on her heavy seal skin coat nnd slipping It off her shoulders. When finally, with somo assistance from him, she nestled down Insldo tho great flcecc-llnchag, when he had rolled her small boots Into a bundle and mado a pillow of them for her head, as ho had said he would, she exclaimed, at the comfort of It all. "It Is so dellclously warm and soft' she said. "I didn't know you wero Just being a luxurious sybarite when you refused a mattress and a pair of blankets on tho yacht. If only you could bo warm, too. and comfortable." "I shall be." ho assured her. "I'll make a cushion of that great coat of yours and Bit down here at tho foot of tho bunk. You're not to bother about me. You're lo prove the efficacy of tho sleoplng bag by going to sleep in It" And what will you do all the while sitting there nnd keeping watch? Would you would you llko to read father's Journal? If you would. I'd like to havo you. after whnt you said long ago about the men who risked and lost tholr lives trying to rench tho polo. I think If you will read that book, you will understand. In spite of your wings. And well, I'd like to have you undorstnhd." He moved tho bull's-eyto another part of the hut. whero the light from It would not shine In her eyes, and would lllumlnato the rages of the book she offered him to read, whllo he sat, wrapped In her great coat, at the root of tho bunk. Onco as ho passed by her In the completion of these arrangement, she wlthdrow her hand from tho bag and held It out to him. "You've been very good to be," she said "I don't mean by risking your life and plunging down into tnnt bank of fog when you knew I was In danger. A brave man would do that, I suppose somo bravo men, any way. But you've been better than February 29, 1912 ' rn rrrr ev rssss'ir"'tircoPTfiicHT iio ov TfirctNTimvco the success SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER IX. CO d Waiting for Dawn. Cayley wheeled so that he bended Philip Cayley, accused of a crime of which he It not guilty, resigns from the up Into tho wind and dropped, facing srmy In disgrace and Ms affection for the girl and with his back to her re hl friend, Ueut. Perry Hunter, turm to hatred. Cavlev seeks so tune, where he treating assailant. Ho had to drop al dying machine. While soaring perfects over the Arctic regions, he pick up a most vertically In order to avoid be curiously shaped stick he had seen In the ing blown out into the sea after ho assassin's hand. Mounting again, he disstruck tho Ice. Even as It was, he cover a yacht anchored In the bay. Descending near the iteamer, he meeta a went slithering down the glassy slope Ctrl on fin Ice Don. He learns that the toward tho water, and only managed girl's name la Jeanne Fielding and that the yacht has come north to seek signs to check his impetus by throwing him of her father. Captain Fielding, an arctlo self flat on his face and clutching at a explorer. A pnrty from the yacht Is making search ashore. After Cayley departs hummock which chanced to offer him Jeanne finds that he had dropped a curi- a precarious hold. Ho had como down ously-shaped stick Captain I'lnnck and the surviving crew of his wrecked whaler "all adrift" as sailors say, and his are In hiding on the coast. A giant ruf- monstrous wings, powerless for flight fian named lloscoe. hnd murdered Field but Instinct with flapping perversity, Ing and his two companions, after the explorer had revealed the location of an cost him a momentary strugglo whllo enormous ledge nf pure gold. lloscoe then he was getting thom bundled into con took command of the party. It develops that the ruffian had committed the mur- trollable shape. der witnessed by Cayley. Iloscoo plans Hut, thanks as much to luck as to to capture the yacht and escape with a, big load of gold. Jeanne tells Kanshaw, skill, he presently found himself upon owner of the yacht, about the visit of the and shows him the stick left by his feet uninjured. He at onco set Cayley. Fanshaw declares thot It Is an out, making what baste be could. Ksklmo throwlng-stlck- , used to shoot darts. Tom Fanshaw returns from the across tho Ice toward where ho had searching party with a sprained ankle. last seen the girl, shouting up the Perry Hunter Is found murdered and Cayley Is accused of the crime but Jeanne gale to her at the same tlmo, to know tions at least." believes him Innocent. A relief party foes If she were snfo. He heard no an li find the searchers. Tom professes his Ho had spoken rather disconnected love for Jeanne. 8he rows ashore and swer, but presently made her out, dim enters an abandoned hut. and there rinds ly, only a pace or two away. His first ly, his sentence punctured by tho her father's dlnry. which discloses the ex- sounds of firing from the yacht. By piorers suspicion of lloscoe. The ruf. act then, even before speaking, was to the time he finished they wero almost Ian returns to the hut and sees Jeanne, take out his pocket electric bull's-eycontinuous. and turn It full upon her. Why does It sound so much fainter "It's just to make sure you'ro not CHAPTER VIIL Continued. hurt that I really got down here In than It did?" she asked. "It's not time," he apologized. "I wish I might nearly so loud as that first volley we At tne sound of It, be drew himself have saved you the terror, but It heard." up, towering, before her, and. so, be- wasn't until you cried out that I "It's a trick of the fog, very likely." came visible to her a monstrous, knew " ho said. "Fog Is a frightfully treach blurred, uncertain shape. "I'm not hurt," she assured him erous thing. It deceives men s ears aa And she cried out; this time In ter "I'm a little dazed, that's all. No, well as their eyes. There a no Judgror. Then, before he could sprint; not with fright, with wonder. I ing distance through It Whon you upon her and kill her with his hands. ly had time to bo frightened. hardI cried out Just now, I couldn't toll Hut as his brutish Instinct of rage urged thought you'd gone this morning, that whether you wero 60 feet below mo or him to do, he started back suddenly. you had abandoned us Just aa you said 500 feet I was up above It, you see, and Himself cried outl you would. And yet, when I cried and I hadn't any way of telling how For n faint circle of light, waving, out Just now, for help. It was you that deep It was. There! Do you hoar?" wandering, uncarthy, waa shining I called to. . . . And then you ho went on. "The firing has stopped He told her not to talk, but to go to straight down upon both of them came, out of the sky. Just aa I was altogether. Your people are almost die and without any more words through the fog out of the sky Itself, sure you would. For I was certain, certainly safe." musing up, ne saw overhead a with tho same certainty one has In Will you let me go InBldo this hut,' ensconced 1..2self at her feet drew single, great luminous eye, and In the dreams. Now, that It's over, I find he asked, "and see If It Is habitable? his legs up under hlra. reflection of Its own light upon the myself wondering again If you are If It Is, you d better go In and let me ana began to read. She saw him close tho book at last ice, very faintly, the fabric of out real. I'm not hurt at all." mako you as comfortable as I can. I stretched wings. Before be could find anything to say don't think you need have any fears and sit thero, as she had sat, with It upon his knees, absorbed, reflective Then from up there, overhead, ho In answer, they heard another shot, about the Walrus people. And worry heard a voice a quiet voice, "I'm muffled In the fog. from the direction Ing wouldn t do any good any way, Suddenly, ho took up tho book sgaln, opened It and referred to tho entry on here," it said. "Don't be afraid." of the Aurora, and In prompt reply to Thero's nothing wo can do but wait Blindly, Roscoe flung up his hands, It, another volley. for daylight. Nothing can happen any mat last page. Ho was thinking now, not dreaming. whirled around and fell; scrambled to where until then." "Wain t there firing before?" his feet again and fled, llko a man asked. "Can any one be attacking she Ills mind was on the active present Ho bad, very distinctly. In mind the down the shore yacht? There Is no one there, but what might happen then If Iho Walrus iierore long ho stold a look at her, eyes. As he did so, he heard a ragged vol- Tom, you know, and he's disabled. pcoplo were repulsed from tho yacht. bhe mot his ley of shots from the direction of the Can't we can't I, get out there any Unless they were all destroyed In the manim glad father told us that the Aurora. This sound of plain human way? Tho boat I came ashore In is was she said grave attack, they would undoubtedly mako fighting, which he understood and did right here." trouble as soon as morning revealed ly, necauso the man who killed Mr, not fear, helped restore, to equilibrium too." Without making her any answer, he tho fact that they had two hostages Hunter was his. mind, which a moment before had She had spoken tho very thing his earned tho unwieldly bundle his wings In their hands. But he could fight been tottering to absolute destruction. made Into the but and left It thero, own mind had been, groping for with thom off better from tho doorway of Once he could get back to his boat then returned to her and offered her tho hut than from anywhero else. And out finding, .and ho started nnd stared and feel the oars under his bands his hand. "Why do you say that?" he thero was no need of troubling the at her. again once ho found himself pulling "How do you know?" We'll go down and look for your girl with that consideration, not for demanded. out toward the yacht, no matter how boat, he said. it was a stick. I took tho present, nt least desperate the odds awaiting him there It up In my hand nnd It fitted: Along tho waters edge they It's all right in there," she said, that was whenleftwas might be against him, ho would, he searched, aided by tne little beam from I fetching It out of I spent I don t Know bow many felt, be himself once more. his bull's-eye- , the sound of Intermit hours thero reading beforo you came. tho cabin for Undo. Jerry." He ran on and on down the beach. tent firing from tho yacht urging haste Then that was how you knew I But the candlo has burned out." He had not passed his boat, ho knew; all the while. But It did not take long hadn't done It?" open door behind them gave ac Tho No. I dldn t neod nny proof. I but he finally realized that he had to force the conviction upon them that cess Into a tiny shed, protruding from passed the place where he had brought the boat was gone. Blown adrift. tho corner of the hut and serving, evl knew already without that." suppose I had turned out to be the boat ashore. most likely, was Cayley s explanation, dently, as a vestlbulo for It The In too?" ner door, a heavier and stronger nf i aiant mink, of fair, opening at right angles to It, wouldn't havo made anythat But It gave access to tho Interior of the hut. me. When you really difference to have faith In Cayely switched on his bull's-eyanybody it Isn't easily shaken; not by and cast a brief glanco about tho mere circumstances, at least." room, There wero two or throo rude, When you really have faith,'" he doors which undoubted repeated. "Yes, I suppose that's so." ly opened Into small, cabtn-llkbed' He pressed his hands against rooms; but the principal part of the ples. "But there Isn't too his temhut was taken up by tho room In that dlvlno commodity In thomuch of world which they found themselves. There was a long silence. buu-oyon a cayley set his little shelf where they could make the most CHAPTER X. of Its thin pencil of light. He then turned his attention to tho door, and What the Dawn Brought. after a llttlo struggle succeeded In Tho man rose from his seat at tho getting It shut, and, what was more, foot of tho bunk and. with restless securely bolted, by means of a heavy strides, began pacing back nnd forth wooden bar which dropped Into an In tho narrow limits of the llttlo hut Iron crotch. If they were attacked The girl lay still, but her eyes followwith tho first of tho daylight, this ed him. Her thoughts were keeping place would afford thorn security until step with his. the peoplo from tho Aurora could "Thero's not much faith In the come to their rescue. Ills revolver world, that's true," she said presently. was a Colt, 4G, and his belt was full of yet, thnt's not exactly the And cartridges. With that weapon, ho world's fault. When people haven't that ho bad once been con- anything elso to wnlk by, they havo sidered tho best shot in tho army. to walk by sight " sho hpsltnted a The girl, when he turned to look at llttlo there, feeling for the words she her, was seated on tho odgo of a bunk wanted. "It wnH so easy," sho went at the other side of the hut. Her pal- on at last, "to clear you of tho thing lor, the traces of tears he could seo thoy thought you did yesterday. In her eyes, the pathetic droop to her Couldn't you give them a chance to Hps, all emphasized tho thing her believe tho truth about tho other voice had told him already, namely, thing too? Thero must bo something that somo emotional crisis, which you could reveal about thnt old charge she had been through In those recent that would wash out tho titaln of hours, had left her qulto exhausted. that would mako Tom see Without a word, ho turned to his tho falsity of it as clearly as I do." bundlo which ho had deposited In a "No," ho said; "that was never corner of tho room, and fished out It's leas posslblo than ever . sleeping-bagfrom It his shcep-sklIt now." was not until bo approached her, with That Involuntary admission told her it across his nrni, that his oyo fell much. It tbo thing she suggestnd upon tho rosewood box and tho moro- were loss posslblo now than It had been cco-hound book which lay beside It before, then, somehow or other, tho Her eyii followed his. "Thoy'ro fa vindication must have rested In Perry ther's papers," she said. "I found tho Hunter's bands. But tho finality of box In hero. That's why I stayed. I his volco and tho dumb agony sho snw had romo ashore " In his face, as ho paced back and Walt a minute," he Interrupted. Ho forth besldo her, prevented her from took up tho book with a gentloness following up the admission, or urging almost revorent, laid It In tho little him any further. Ho pulled himself up sharply and chest nnd set it down on tho floor b- Kldu tlm bunk. looked at his watch. "It will bo dayThe quality of tho act brought the light In two hours now," ho said. Then From Up There Overhead He Heard a Voles, too reudy tears to bur eyes, but be did "When It comes we'll signal to the sky-ma- n e "You've Been Very Good to that" tailor-fashio- hag-ridde- yacht and they'll send for you and tako you away you and thts precious find you've made. In tho meantime, you must go to skep. You hardly slept at all while I was reading." "I hardly dare go to sleep not really deep asleep. If I did I'm afraid you'd turn out to be all a dream, and I'd find myself back in my stateroom on the yncht" She was speaking half In mockery, but thero was an under tone of seriousness In her volco. Think how unlikely It Is that all this can have happened," sho went on. jou said thts morning you were go ing to leavo us, and I wntched you go. How can It bo anything but a dream that you were banging aloft there In the sky, above the fog. ready to come plunging down when I cried out for help?" "I told you once." bo said not very steadily, "that ono of us might bo dreaming, but that ono was not you." "You will promise, then," sho asked, "that If I go to sleep, I'll wako up hero and not on the yacht, and that you won't havo disappeared?" "1 promise," ho said seriously. He seated himself once mora at her feet, switched off the fading light from the bull's-eyand drew tbo aleoves of hor coat across his shoulders. "Good night" he said. She answered drowsily. Warmed a little, and oppressed by complete exhaustion, ho felt asleep himself. Ho know, at lenjis that he must havo dono to, when, rousing with a start and springing to his tret, ho saw a ray of sunshine splashed golden upon the opposlto wall of the hut. It must have beon light (or hours. Very silently, very cautiously he un barred the door and pulled It open. Before opening the outer door, he drew his revolver nnd spun Its cylinder unIf the rederneath his thumb-nail- . pulsed party from tho Walrus were camped near by, It would be ell to be cautious before roconnolterlng. He pulled tho outer door a little way open and glanco slant Iso up the beach. Tho brilliant light dazzled him and made It bard to see; but apparently tboro was no one there.' Slopping outside, he turned bis Raze inland, along tho foot of the cliff. Ills mind was entirely preoccupied with the danger of a sudden rush of from near nt hand. That Is how It happened that, fur qulto a minute after ho opened the door nnd stopped outside, he did not He cast a ilnglo glanco seaward. did nut look In that direction, until bo saw that Jeanne, awakened by the daylight In the hut, was standing In tho doorway. Her own eyes, puzzled. Incredulous, only half awake, were gnzlng out to sea. Tho expression be saw In her faco made blm turn, sud denly, and look. (TO UK CONTINUED.) cno-rnle- s e flimsy-lookin- e LAWYERS' FEES IN GERMANY o They Are Fixed by Law and the At torney Can Charge Neither More Nor Lets. pos-Ibl- n Ancient Suffragettes. The suffragette Is not new lu Khg land. As far back as lCtl "several gentlewomen and tradesmen's wives from tho city" wanted to present a "no popery" potltlon. Tbo commander of the guard. In obedlenco to thr commons' command, "spoke t lie if fair" nnd advised them to go home They replied that they would returf next day, and that "whero thero was ono thore would bo 500." They proved that year. 'Tbo rechtsanwalt can never be a as good us tholr word. Pym, tho leadbusiness man, as may tbo lawyer In er of tho house In those daye, did no. tbo United Statos. Tho practice of the provo so unyielding ns Mr. Asqulth, law Is not considered a calling or pro- fur It Is related that bo came to the fession, but Is essentially a public of- door, thanked tho women for the p tltlon, and promised that It woulr fice 'According to the codo of 1878, n bavo attontlon. lawyer Is charged with certain puhllc Headache Hat duties. He is obliged to havo his resiA bat with a circumference of soma dence In the town or district whenco appointed. Further, ho must conduct GJ4 feet weighs about fourteen ounce, hlmee'f In and out of office In . man- as a rule a wlntur hat mudo of fur. ner befitting his professional and so- A man's silk hat, at tho weight oj cial standing a duty dovolvlng upon wl.lch man universally raises u how! uf woe, weighs six ur seven guiicuy. bis rank. A Inwyer Is forbidden to lu newspapers, by canvassing, Woman Ih supposed to bojho wonkrr, etc., or to buy or take over a practice and yet sho boars this weight wlthou', already mado, a being unworthy of a murmur, because It Is the fashlony No wonder tho big hat baa been named! bis calling. 1 'Ills position In society la between the headache hat Lawyers In Germany cannot adver tise, and their fees are fixed by law. according to Dr. Hermann Hneussler. rcchtsanwalt, of Berlin, Germany, who Is at the Now Wlllard. A rechtsanwalt Is an attorney at law and counsetor combined. 'The German law fixes the exact fees which a German attorney has to claim for all kinds of professional work, and tbo rechtsanwalt can charge neither more nor less. These feea are fixed whether the cases are criminal or corao under tho civil code. The amount depends exclusively on the value of (he object of contention or tho charac ter of tho crlmo. It Is an old, though still unfulfilled, wish of Gorman lawyers to have a new fixed Hit of foes, not mado aftor tho old low standard of the year 1878, but with considera tion to tbo changes numerous and decidedwhich have taken placo since law ho Is compelled to keep tho position to tuo last degree. This compulsion to keep one's rank has given rise to tho oxlutcnco of committees, called anwaltskammcrn, whose duty It is to scrutinlzo the conduct of the member of tho profession. Theso committees bavo a strict code of punishment which Includes the power to disbar of expel a lawyer from his calling. "In this way tho lawyers In Germany havo a good and honored position. Ir fact, thero Is scarcely a country Ic which the lawyer enjoys moro respect and confidence." Washington Herald- that of officials and scholars," said Di. Hneussler, "and through custom and February 29, 1912 WILSON ON DAIRY INDUSTRY THE CITIZEN. Extensive Demand for Products In Newly Settled Regions Development Urgently Needed. Page Seven. GASOLINE ENGINES REPLACE FARM HORSES EXTENSIVELY Llqnld Diet of Machine Costs Less Than Oats and Corn Arrlmnla and They aro Moro Versatile Becoming Moat Important Factor In Succcruiful Agriculture of Today. A COUNTS CORN PLANTER. TMAT THC GRAINS BE RE A Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talents? What Are Your Aims? Berea Ha the Training That is Best For YOU. y FASTENING THE HEAVY DOOR Catches described Herewith Will Hold Fat and Prevent Warping Hew Working Parts Are Made. (fly J, W. QIUFKINA To prcvont a door from being Mown about lir heavy winds thorn hmiiH bo ii fastening nt tUe top and ono near mo Dottom. A nook nt tlio top and n chain at the bottom looks llko lire In tho prlmltlvo age. Tbo fastenings herewith described aro those that will star fastened, and they will prevent tho door warping, swinging out at the top or bottom, and will catch every time tho door la closed, Tho six pieces that hold the wnrk. Ing parts to the door are made of heavy hoon Iran. txnt In thn ihinn m shown In tho amall drawing at (A), "In much ot tbo west cnttlo raising for beef has long been, tho principal buslnoss," said Secretary Wilson, "but dairying Is comparatively new. Thoro Is nn cxtcnslvo market, however, for dairy products; nnd especially in tho newly settled regional Is found that the dairy Industry fills such a place In cgrlcultural economy thnt Its development Is urgently needed. "In addition, a special enterprise has been undertaken with creamery pstrons in Iowa, the object being to determine whether It will pay creameries to carry on the same sort of work among their own fanner patrons for tho sake of getting a better quality of cream as material for making butter. Here, also, record keeping bas been Introduced, along with other improved methods, and the effort is made to discover tbe leaks that reduce profits, for1 A HANDY AM INDBSfKUOr 'igTnT'?'?f' "In tho older states of tbe north, where dairying Is already an established Industry, the work nt tho department outside of advice to Individuals upon request, consists chiefly In the propagation of associations and the Improvement of city cow-testin- g "7 1 Aii n ft ACLC KNIFE BSf U milk supplies. Cow-testin- g Fattening for Heavy Doors. and nro fastened to tbo door by nulls or scrowK. The dotted lines show tbo position of tho working parts when the tumblers aro back so that tbo door may bo opened. (II) A coll spring that huldo the tumblers In a cloied position. Tho t'dgo of tbo door Jamb where tho tumbler rub as they pass to tho sockets, aro beveled to that tbero will be tho lesfct possible) opposition to boles mado In plcco (C). All working parts work Just looso enough to moro without rubbing hard. but not so looso that tbero will bo any rattling on tho door by the wind. To open tho door, tho pin (I)) is pushed tonurd the edgo of tho door, and as soon as released, tho tumblers retain their former position, and when the door Is shut, the tumblers will slip In place and hold tho door securo. them entering. Tho notches nt (C) nro oblong, that tho pins that work in them may not bind, ns the tumblers are withdrawn. Thn dotted lines at (D) represent n notch thnt is In the door, through which tho pin moves when the door Is unlatched. At (K) there Is a piece of inch thicker than the tumblers and the pieces that aro marked (C); this permits tho tumblers to move easily, Thoro is used bolts nt (El to bolt piece (C) to the door, nnd short bolt of tho same alio nt (F) with the heads next to the door. Theto bolts work loosely In the one-eight- h n Wbtlo tho motor car Is taking the place of the horse In tho cities the gasoline englno ' accomplishing much tho samo result in tbo country. Machine power comes very near being tho most Important factor in successful, scientific agriculture today, and while motor or steam haullns has been generally adopted only by largo planters, practically every modern farmer uses tho gasollno engine for driving machinery and doing tho bulk ot tho heavy drudgery on tho farm. That machtnu power rapidly is taking the placo of horse or mule power profit of 132 n. month on tho herd, and at the end of the year bis profits bad Is shown by tho fact that almost all tho Implements shown by manufacturIncreased to $50 a month. This increase was duo largely to tbo ers and wholesalers at n convention of Bale of five of his poorcut cows, and implement dealers In Kansas City wero equipped with attachments for tho purchoso of ns many ones to tako their places. In addi- operating them by engine power. tion, thcro were changes made In tbe That Is true particularly ot tho heavmethods of feeding which conduced to ier farm machinery, somo ot which now is 60 ponderous that It scarcely tbe result." could bo moved by tho number ot could be horses that conveniently LANTERN HANGER FOR BARNS hitched to 1L The points that recommend the Safe and Handy Way to Use Light In gasollno englno to tho farmer are Its wide utility and tbe fact that Its Stable Is Shown In Illustration Won't Turn Over. diet of gasollno is less costly than tho draught anlmal's'dtct of corn, oats Tho hanger shown in tho sketch and hay. Since the farmer has come makes a safe and handy way to use a to accept the engine as a farm Implelantern in a barn or stable. It Is con ment and to understand its operation, structed of au old grooved pulley with bo has applied its power in many Ina banger mado of sheet iron. genious ways probably never dreamed Tho hanger, Bays tbo Popular Mechanics, Is mado of a screw eye g not-obl- o tions are societies for in tho keeping of herd records by engaging a man who goes from farm to farm periodically, makes observations, and keeps records for the herds of all tho members ot tho association. By this means records are secured without the trouble or expenso Involved when each man keeps them for himself; nnd In various other ways the of tho farmers Is productive of profit. The primary objects nro to detect nnd weed out Inferior individual cows, and by the use ot purebred bulls to perpctuato and Intensify tho valuable characteristics of the cows that nrc found to be good ones thus raising tho average qual ity of tho individual cow and tho. total productiveness of the herd. Thcra aro 85 associations now Id 0 states, comprising 45,000 cows. "The records of ono of these asso clatlons show that tho profit was doubled after four years' work. For Instanco, a man with eight cows found, tho first month ot keeping records, that ho was losing flv and ono half cents per cow, or 44 cents on his herd for that month. After three months' testing be was making a associa- CLOTHE UNESi MAKES TUB- - CASouutf Trouble Savers on the Farm and In the Home. of by tho manufacturers in tho first Instance. It is those adaptations that have effected tho greater part of tho changes to power equipment for farm implements. Tho gasoline engine has been a blessing particularly to the farmer's wife, who has been relieved of much of tho heavy work of housekeeping in the country by tbo application of tho force in performing tho drudgery of tho kitchen, the laundry nnd the dairy. It Is a very inconslderato farm husband who today does not lend the use to operate of the gasoline engine pumps, washing machines, churns, cream separators, sausage grinders and even sowing machines and knifo sharpeners. And the farm wife relieved of such work Is botter off than many of her city sisters. In farming operations tbe gasoline englno has done much to promoto the adoption of more careful and scientific methods of crop growing. By the application ot Its power and speed to the operation of hulling, cleaning and seed grading machines it has relieved tha planter ot practically all of the laborious and time consuming task of select, lng carefully his seed grain, one of the main essentials of Increased crop yields. In all farm implement displays nowadays tbe gasoline engine Is tbe most conspicuous and most numerously rep- Aro you not far advanced? Then enter tho FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Here yon will bo placed with others llko yourself, under n special teacher, and make most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic nnd the common branches and be ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, farm and household management, and free One year in tho Foundation School costs less than $S0 and Is worth $1,000. Aro you aiming to be n toacher? Then Join tho NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dinsmore, Dean. Hero you will be so trained that you will fear no examination, and you will bo taught how to teach. The demnnd for Bsrea trained teachers far exceeds tbo supply. Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Etc. Here you soon doublo your earning power, nnd learn to enjoy doing things In a superior manner. Are you desiring the next best thing to a College Course? Then tako two years or thrco years in the GENERAL ACADEMY COUR8E, Francis E. 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The s Academy has its own and Men's Dormitory, nnd a large body of students of high character nnd ability, able Instructors, aud use of College Library and apparatus. text-bookBook-Bindinletter-writinclass-room- Berea College The College Itielf stands apart from all the other schools under Its man agement and has long maintained the highest standards known-lthe South. To conform to the Carnegie standards we have diminished our former requirements! Required and elective studies with opportunity to concentrate In particular lines. Laboratories Latest college library In Kentucky. equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. 11.. It. S., D. I,., nnd B. Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Heed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Thoory, Band, may bo taken for special fees In connection with work In any of the above schools. Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berea College, with Its affiliated schools, is not a money-makinIt requires certain fees, but Institution. It expends many thousands ot dollars eacb year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character nnd reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be sick tho 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 train ing, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except In winter it is expected that all will have n chance 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 favors plain clothing. Our climate is the bctt. but as students must attend classes regardless of the 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 are really below cost. The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of boddlng and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week. In the fall; and $1.50 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing ot bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES aro two. First u "Dollar Deposit," as guarantet- - for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and Is returned when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for. care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a freo gift). The Incidental Fee for 'most students is $5.00 a term. $6.00 in Academy nnd Normal, nnd $7.00 In Collegiate courses. t PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by tho term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: Vocational arid Foundation Academy College. School. FALL TERM and Normal. $ COO $ 7.00 . $ COO Incidental Fee G.liO 7.00 Boom 7.00 9.45 Board, 7 weeks 9.45 9.45 Amount duo Sept. 13, 1911 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1011 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 $29X0 $ 5.00 COO resented. and of good flavor, and every particle Is eaten with avidity. Qlve sows and pigs warm mtllfeed and bran slop, a few sliced carroto to the horses, grated turnips to tbo ewes and lambj and pulped mangels to tho milk cowb. Tbe morning's rations should always be prepared the evening before. All tbe feeding and most ot tbo cleaning ot the stables should bo dono beforo breakfast, and this can be readily done provided everything is ready to your hand. PRACTICAL BARN FOR DAIRY Diagram Given Herewith Shows How Wisconsin Man Solved Problem of Modern Building. Tho nccompanylng diagram shows how a Wisconsin dairyman solved the problem or building n modern dairy barn at low cost, says tho Pralrlo Farmer. This dairyman was also confronted with tho problem of constructing a barn on short nptlco as bo had lisjrod to n nowly purchased farm which nfforded but n mero xcuso of n dairy barn. Accordingly ho mado on bis bnrn In tho shnpo of a lean-ttwo sides of an old but well built barn. cut off nnd riveted in place, the hoot: being formed of henvy wlro. Tho put. ley Is run on a wlro Btrctchcd over head from ono end of tho barn to the other. Tho lantern can be easily moved from placo to place, and, as It Is out of tho way, it cannot bo turned IT f Lantern Hanger for a Barn. Ib g LIVE STOCK IN COLD WEATHER Anlmsla M tin tbo Fed and Watered Regularly anil Daily Wants Supplied Need Some Excrclae, To keep the stock In good, thrifty condition they must be fed and watered at regular hours and bo given regular exercise. Their dally wants inust be supplied, and tbeso vary somewhat, according to tho weather. Is here that the Intelligence, j It promptness and experience of tho armer conio into play. Where there Is much stock to attend to and only two nersons to do the work. It is ira- I portant to know what to do first. This ' will vary according to circumstances. in uur uwh ease, cuiuwuuciug ai 9 o'clock In tbo morning, tbe cows and horses aro first fed, snys a wrltor in the Baltluioro American. Whllo the cows aro eatlLg their mixed feed tbo tho udders stables aro cleaned, washed and wiped dry and then milked. Tho milk Is strained into coolors and as soon as full carried to tt)e stone dairy and set in a tank ot over. WOOD BOX IS LABOR SAVING Excellent Plan To Avoid Bother and Roonltlnir Muds by Carrying Fuel Into Kitchen. $22.45 9.45 $31.90 Portability CM Barn $23.45 9.45 $32.9J $32.40 . of good dairy rations. an Important feature I 'Ml m 1TTTTT Practical Dairy Barn. Tho dotted lines in the diagram show tho partition between tho old barn and Ily doing this a considtho lean-to- . erable saving in building material was effected ns well as time saved in construction work. The usual dimensions wero followed In tho construction of tbo stalls and on tho alleys. By making tho lean-teast and south sides of tho barn sunlight entered all parts of It some time of tho day. Ventilation was provided by hinging tho windows at tho bottom ono at each and providing 3 end and oue whero the additions meet. out-take- Sucwess With Dairying. The reason why so many dalrymon nro not making a profit la because (hey tako so little time to glvo (thought to the pamphlets and papers ithat aro sent broadcast all over tbe country, portraying In such excellent (way the need of botter cows, better juetliodn and better feeds. Facilities for handling rr.llk nr giv ing an Impetus to tbo market. Don't let tha cows out In tho Stormi to Mtand around. It doesn't pay. It Is rather ft difficult task to dry up a cow when In full flow ot milk. It a cow has a habit ot whllo milking, cxamlno your linger nails. A cow producing nverago testing milk should yield from 7.000 to 8.UUU pounds ot milk In a year. Gentleness nnd pmience with the heifer that bas calved for tbo first tlnio will win out every time. Just after tbo cow has freshened feed of long mixed hay. Tho cows she should havo the samo feeds she are then corded and brushed down, has been given previous to calving. as soon as tho buy Is eaten the To feed cows profitably without and out for exorcise and some home grown sort of protein, such cows are turned to drink. The horses aro then curns tbo leguminous hays, is difficult. watered and tho stables Sweet corn la ono ot tbo very best ried and Tho crops to grow to reed as a soiling cleaned. slop, pigs aro given warm and the hens get a litcrop to the dairy cows In summer. mixed grain which is scattered It Is best to roduco tho milk pro tle through the cut straw ot tho feeding duclng food, so that a mature cow will pen. dry nnd rest for n month to six woeki The hay and grain for tho milk beforo calving. He good to tho enws. These most rows in cold weather are thrown Into large feodbox which Is fastened to useful animals are a safe Investment They do not go oft Into a fence cornel low iron wbels which run on au iron track. After tho feed Is mixed it is and dlo ot cholera. Successful dairying Is largoly a mat covered over with canvas to cook. watei several tcr ot securing cheap feed, as well ai Ily mixing with boilinghay and' fodder good cows. Tbo silo Is one method 01 hours In advance tbo U softened and has a pleasant swell economizing oa feed. mill-fee- The bother and resulting muss pf Totnl for term carrying wood, coal or similar fuel If paid In advance Into tbo kitchen to fill tbe wood box, WINTER TERM may bo avoided by constructing tbo f box with its slzo built in Incidental Fee tbe kitchen and the other half to pro- Room G weeks ject through tho partition, as indi- Board, cated by dotted lines In drawing, upon Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 tbo wood-sheside, says the Homo-stearunning water. Then breakfast. Board C weeks, due Feb. Where the fuel supply Is kept thing after breakfast, or Tho first In an attached building next to tbe tbout sunrise, is to send oil tbe milk Total for 'term to the railroad station. In winter tho If paid in advance night's and morning's milk Is sent SPRING TERM once a day; In summer tho milk is Incidental Foe shipped morning and evening. Room After the milk Is sent oft the farBoard, C weeks mer or his help gives the cows a, one-hal- ,$31.43 $ 11.00 $ 7.01) 7.20. 9'.00. 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.50 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 $31.70 $ 7.00 , 14, 1912... ' $22.20 9.00 f31.20 $30.70 $ COO G.00 C.75 0 $.50 4.00 0.75 $15.75 C.75 C.00. C.75 $18.75 . C.76 $25.50 $25.00 Amount due March 27, 1912 Board, C weeks, duo May 1, 1912 $17.75 C.'75 Total for term If paid In advance 1 $22.60 $22.00 $24.50 $24.00 ' A ' tt able-bodie- Plan Now, Como March 27th pos-Hlbl- Labor-savin- g Wood Box. kitchen, as Is usual, this Is easily and to fill the box you havo only to raise tho cover on tbe Bbed side of box nnd pile the fuel into same. In using, the housewife removes It from the kitchen sldo ot box as Bbown in drawing. This has also tbe advantage of taking up less spaco In the kitchen ts well as being bandy and saving Ut ttr and muss. Any joung man or young woman can get nn education at Bcrra It there Is the will to do so. It Is a great advantage to start In tho Full und have n full year ot continuous study. Many young people wuslu tlmu in the public schools going over and over tho samo things, when they might be improving much (aster by coming to Beroa and starting In on new studies with some ot tho bust young men and women from other counties and States. Make your plans to como March 27th. Fcr Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, D. WALTER MORTON, berea, ky Page Eight, soon. THE CITIZEN. Hon Foley gavo tho young folks' Leslie a party lost Friday night. Gibson and wlfo ot Big Hill visited Mrs. W. A. Johnson, Saturday and ' Sunday. nici ini.L Big Hill, Feb. 22, Mrs. Lucy Gordon who has been visiting relatives hero for the past six months has returned to her homo in Lexington. She was accompanied by her brother, I. Hayes, Jacob Haley and wtto havo moved Into tho houBOwlth Mr. Haley's son, William. Reuben Gabbard has occupied 'Mr. Haley's placo on Owsley. Rov. Turpln preached at tho school houso last Saturday and Sunday. Ho had good attendance. Mr. Turpln also preached at Pilot Knob church, Sunday.!!. H. Harrison is spending a few. days hero this week. James Baker of Borea spent Monday night nt Philip Hayes' on his way to Sand Gap. Mat Green sold a flno cow and calf to Honry Farley. Tho farmers aro making tho vory best uso of tho nice weather. February ao, 191a. msruTAHTA Dlsputanta, Fob. 24. Tho roads aro In a very bad condition, Albert Hart U on tho sick list. W. 8. Shearer has been sick for sovorat days. W. A. Hammond Is having his fenco repaired. A great number ot pooplo from hero aro attending Englo's sale. Will Abrams and family ot Climax wcro tho guests ot Sill Shearer today. They wcro on their way to Indiana, where thoy will mako their future homo. Mrs. Settles and her children loft the 22nd for Indianapolis, Ind. Everybody should for Tho Cltltcn. sub-scrl- BAKING POWDER Ahmmhitmly Pmrm Royal try cooks the world over The only Baking: Powder mado from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar made from grapes I I ! I Write Now to the Northern Pacific Ry Tor Rates of Fare, Fall Information and Frc ninatrated Literature abort the aavea (real allaaaaaa, Wlaeaaala, Worta Daaata, Moataaa. MaV. Waak; alaal "Taa la.taa aad Ortfaa. C Let ill Nartawaat. Staale Hiiawarit Oal roar Irlaa 'kt Standard Kailwar ol lia la a aa4 (ana a caloar. KAk akaal Low Oaa-Sprlat Cotaalil Tarta, tlttdlra dailr March ffa3v Haaaaaaaara AMlKaX lal to April 131a aad Roaad-frlTaraa, aflrctWa aa Tiril aid laird Taaadara at aacaewata. CWrilaaawla V.aJaaanWi'i u. J. COSTBLIO, DittrUI riiirmttr Ami, e I J HI SK-- H ROCKCASTLE COUNTY JOIINICTTA akM .fAM aMratJI 2, llll Lai II X Prosperity States of America BJ TfJIl ram H-- H J C. KATOff, Tratftmt Immigration Attnt, 40 bL 4tM At Ctntivuli 111 kjCrg mggT OvfX TI F IIII till Ian II U anaiL. Elast Kentucky Correspondence Johnotta, Feb. 18. The social life of this placo has considerably rovlv-iWo now havo In addition to tho Literary Society and night' school a singing school led by Edward Baltln-gc- r. Tho latter meets on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday evonlngs. The rehearsals aro held In tho rooms of the Literary Society on Main EC Tho Sunday schcol which was orgs nlred three weeks ago with J. W. Leo as superintendent Is growing rapidly. From all Indications tho Sunday school will soon reach 75 or 100 scholars as tho spring weather approaches. Tho night school conducted by Mr. McCoy, superintendent of tho works here, has also proved very successful. Tho classes meet on Mon- d. BOON! Uoono, Fob. 20. Juno Wren Is quite sick. Squlro J. 11. Lambert mado a business trip to Livingston last week. J, W. Lambert sold his property near Uoono to a Mr. Blair ot Clay Co. Mr. Blair will movo to his property soon. George Lamb and Albert Wlnton of Duluth wcro visitJoo ing relatives here, Saturday. Lovott rocently moved to tho property of J. H. Lambert, A. D. Lev-e- tt mado a business trip to Bcrca, Friday. Mrs. James Grant and Mrs. Wm. Richmond wcro In Uoono ono day last week. 'Miss Slnda Ltttlo ot Morgan was visiting friends near Suldor, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Richmond and family rocently moved to tho property ot Mrs. Coyle. Mary Croutchcr of Mattlo Bcrca Is visiting friends and relatives near Snldor. George Poynter who Is employed on tho railroad near Morning visiting his was View parents a fow days ago. 'Mrs. Mattlo Coylo was In Bocne ono day last week. Used and praised by the most competent and careful pas M ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST BRANCH LocuBt Branch, Feb. 23. JMlss Ma-ml- Tho board ot magistrates ot Owsley County wcro authorticd to meet at Uoono v II lo last Monday to transact business for tho county. J. L, Gabbard from this, tho 4th district, atSome ot our cltltcns are tended. planning to go to Ohio soon. Jacob Gabbard, Sr., Is among tho number. Mrs. McGafflck who has been vis iting hor daughter, Nettle, at Cow Crcok has returned to her hemo In Pennsylvania. o Elliott who has been visiting OBITUARY News You Get Nowhere Else Ha tofTMptilaae paaliibed la aot (or jubUeatioa, bat A WELCOME VOICE ultH n Icsed la (all by tt wrim. Tk aanrt aa rrattaca ot road (aha. Write alaauy. ' were conducted by tho Rev. Hacker whom tho church called as pastor for weather con tho ensuing year. Henry Click is Annvllle, tlnues bad and tho roada are vory somowbat improving from his attack muddy. Dr. Cowley or Bcrca made ot rheumatism. A twelve pound boy a professional call hero this week to arrived at his homo on Feb. 16th. Ho sco Miss Tracy at tho Worthlngton was named James Hubert. O. Click home. Ho says that she is getting who Is attending school at Bcrca visalong woll. Hiss Cora Langdon who ited homo folks from Friday till U attending school hero is visiting 'Monday. James and Elmer Click have about 20 acres ot new ground homo this Saturday and Sunday. Misses Eva Peters, LIzzlo and Lydla cleared. Undo Jack Roso bought 18 Isaacs, who aro attending school here, bushels ot corn from Frank Isaacs, . are visiting their homes at Egypt and paying a dollar per bushel. Connie Hays ot Ohio visited relatives at this Privctt this Saturday and Sunday. Fred Jones ot Mildred la attending placo last week. We are sorry to school hero. E. G. Eversolo, travel- hear ot the death ot Alfred Brough-toHe left this place and went to ing salesman lor Belknap, was calling on tho merchants here, Saturday. Ohio some ycais ago. CLOVKIt BOTTOM He spent Sunday at John Mcdlocks. Clover Bottom, Fob. 26. Cas Luns-W. F. Jonos visited in Annville, Fri day. Daniel Gabbard and the Misses ford and family have lagrlppo. Uattle and Pearl Wedlock visited Roy and Z. Dean visited their grandthe Castecl girls, Friday night. The father, John Smith, ot Shirley, yesAnnvlllo Lincoln Hall Literary So- terday. S. W. Abrams Is very low ciety colebrated Washington's birth- with pneumonia fover. Mrs. Nettle day, Thursday, with a very good Abrams whilo visiting her undo, M. program which was well attended. The H. Smith, was taken very sick and .icllowlng Is the program for next has not yet been able to return home. Mrs. Settle Trent ot Now Castlo, v Thursday night Ind., who has been here on an exSong. tended visit, will return homo in a Roll Call. tow days. M. O. Cruso and who were Address J. A. DoIIollandcr. mado happy a few days ago over the Recitation Hettlo Powell. arrival of a' flno boy. Ho was named Biography Laura Amyx Instrumental Solo Ruth L. Ischo. Noel May. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Baker a few days ago, a fine Reading Lydla Isaacs. boy, who was namod William Joseph. Reading Edward Strong. Both tho mother and child aro doQuestions Stanley Ingram. ing well. Dr. C. B. Dougherty of Journal R. A. Johnson. Pantomime Alma Rader and Cora Valley View mado a business trip in this county, Wednesday and ThursLangdon. day. M. O. Cruso won tho prlzo in Recitation Savanah Vaughn. the drawing contest for a fat hog Debate: Resolved that tho right ot suffrage at J. S. VanWlnkle's. ISAACS bMongs to men only. Isaacs, Feb. 22. Farmers havo been Affirmative: plowing but the recent rain and snow Delia Carpenter. stopped them. Rev. J. U. Allen, 73 Cora Langdon . years ot age, fell and broko his leg Rebecca Castecl. near tho hip joint a tow days ago. Negative. Ho seems to bo doing fairly well. Fred Jones. Henry H. Davis who has boon very J. B. Isaacs. sick for some time is improving. Jcsso Tructt. Tom Tructt's work horso recently rmrvETT Prlvett, Feb. 24. We are having died. Mrs. Mary J. Barrett of Bcrca some fine weather at present. A. J. Is visiting hor father, Mr. J. G. AlCook is very sick with lagrlppe. len. Mrs. Dora Carmack will soon go Millard Anderson ot Sand Gap visit- to Hamilton, 0. Hor husband Is there ed his brother, John Anderson, last at work. Walter and Bill Rogers Sunday. BIgo Anderson and family and Bill HolUn aro visiting relatives have moved into the homo with his in this community. J. L. Davis has Marlon sold his team to Phoe Hoi lard. father, M. C. Anderson. Smith and family have moved back Mrs. Annlo Brewer visited lira. Sarah to Clover Bottom. Mrs. John Vlck-er- s' Davis, Friday. son, who was operated on MADISOK COUNTY a week ago, Is Improving some. SILVER CKKJLK Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamilton will Silver Creek, Feb. 26. Miss Flossie leave the last ot this month to stay Hostettor ot Ohio Is visiting the with Mrs. Hamilton's son at LivingsJohnson.-M- iss Stella Swln-for- d ton. W. M. Slmpsou has been em- MIsscb of Disputants and Miss Ella ployed to carry the mall from Lynch to Tynor. Tho measles aro raging Lake of Harts visited Mrs. Gertrude Lake last week. We aro glad to bear through this vicinity. Miss Lucy that Harve Bratchcr is able to be out Bowles is having a great success with again after a severe attack ot her subscription school. The farmBradley Lake was at Orers are preparing for their crops, as lando and Wlldlo buying fur last they think winter i over. week. Joo VanWlnklo is attending KKKBY KNOII Lancaster Court this week. BUI AnKerby Knob, Feb. 23. Preaching derson was visiting on Clear Creek, services were held at this place the Saurday and Sunday. Isaac Johnson third Saturday and Sunday. They contemplates going to California JACKSON COUNTY AN M TILL Feb. 24. The There bos been so much of a derogatory nature published about the Mountains of Kentucky, both in the press of the state and in the northern and eastern press, that it is refreshing to find a voice anywhere raised in their defense. The Lexington Herald, which itself sets a good example of fairness, copied editorially and commented favorably upon the following paragraphs from the Elizabetbtown News of which the Editor !b Mr. Harry So corners: "For somo time past we have been carefully studythe newspaper reports of crime committed in Kentucky, and the trials of those indicted for the same. We have especially been comparing the record in these particulars of what is known aa the Mountains of Kentucky with Louisville, the Metropolis of the State, and Lexington, the leading city of the Blue Grass. These two cities probably represent the highest culture and best educated, places of the Commonwealth. In each of them crimo Is just as. prevalent as a like population in either the Tenth or Eleventh Congressional District, and the per cent of convictions. In murder cases especially, is larger than In Louisvlllo or Lexington. "We have, of course, been unable to keep tab on all the cases In any of the sections, but barring the feuds in the mountains, which we now think is a matter of the past, life U as safe in tho mountain of Kentucky as ills In either Louisville or Lexington and probably much safer. It in easier to tlx a jury or to prevent Justice in our cities than In our mountain territory and It Is more often done. It Is tlmo our metropolitan press .should quit Hlandering our mountain peoplo and sweep cleaner before tholr own doors. The establishment of churches and abolishment of the saloon aru chiefly responsible for the Improved conditions In the mountains and If the Blind Tigers could be put out of business the mountams would Know still greater Improvement in the observance of the law. Whiskey from lawless dives Is at the bottom of nearly every killing in thnt part of the State." ing' Elder J. B. Rowlctt died at his homo In Owsley County, Feb. 20th, 1912. Ho was 78 years ot age, having been born In Clalborn County, Tcnn., In 1834. Mr. Rowlctt was a member of tho Missionary Baptist Church and also for many years a minister In that church. He was a good manandlov-o- d by all who know him. Ho died wlhout foar and In confident expectation ot tho Ufa ot tho righteous In Heaven. Brothor Rowlctt was tho lost of a family ot twolvo children, and ho him-se- lf raised twelve, ot whom eight aro now living. A rospoct In which Elder Rowlett was somewhat distinguished Is In the fact that be was what might parbe considered a "matrimonial son," ho having officiated, It Is said, possibly at moro weddings than, any other man In Kentucky. His loss will bo sorely felt by many who loved bltn and respected him. FOUR DEFINITE RULES and refrain from disturbing follow students In study hours. II. Social Relations. Young men and young women aro prohibited on pain of Immediate dismission from meotlng together In any Private placo. Young women must guard their reputation, and young men must guard their own rbpute and that ot their lady friends by observing the proprieon ties mentioned In tho chapter general conduct In this manual, HI. Forbidden Places. (a) Placet of Ulrcputo, liquor saloons, gambling rooms, etc, should such ever exist at Borea or be found elsewhere, must not be entered by students. (b) Eating houses and places of amusement in Ucrca, not controlled by tho College, must not be entered by students on pain of Immediate dismission. Tho Institution provides for tho recreation of Its students, and amplo accommodation for meals and refreshment, and cannot permit out-slparties to solicit student patronage for gain. IV. Forbidden Practices. (a) Students may not engago In card-playin- do (b) Students may not burn powder, nor keep weapons on person or In their rooms. Any pons brought must bo deposited tho student's advising officer. gun- their wea- with (a) Students are prohibited oa pain ot Immediate dismissal from using tobacco or having tobacco, pipes or cigarette papers In their possession. ANNOUNCEMENT n. ut rhou-matls- To tho Democrats and CI tl seas Every one knows that Ucrca stands Madison County, Kentucky: for a sonslblo and ordurly student I hereby announco my caadldacy lifo. Many readers of Tho Citizen will tor tho off I co of Judgo of the MadiLo glad to know what tho chief son County Ccurt, and 1 will apprerules and customs aro. ciate and bo under many obllgatlou Tho one rulo Is that each student to you for your support. If Bosalnat-c- d shall earnestly promote Improvement and elected, I plcdg myself to lu himself and others. This ono rule the enforcement of tho laws asjslnst Is mado mora practical by being ex- all offenders alike; to show no partipanded under tho following heads: ality for or toward any one; to Ao We do not think that Mr. Sommers' paper has ever been guilty I. Attention to School Duties, (a) everything I can for the advancement of slandering the mountains as some of his comtemporaries in the Attendance. Each student shall be cf good roads without favcrlag any Blue Grass most certainly hare, and it is gratifying indeed to havo punctually . present for every lesson, particular section of the Coumty; to a paper of the standing of the News and a man of the character of Mr. or public cxerclso an- treat everyeno having business In ay Sommers call the attention of the state to the btam that exists in nounced as required, including dally office- courteously and kindly; to the eyes of some other localities, while not condoning any motet in chapel exercises. College Sunday welcomo you In tho office at all the eyes of the mountain people. School, and Family Worship where times, and to see that the tax payars from Mr. Sommers are in delightful contrast These paragraphs ho boards, and shall not leavo town get full valuo for every ennt of saoa-c- y to some of the effusions of the Central Kentucky press during the expondod by the County. Hoping without permission except to recampaign of last fall. turn home at tho end ot terms, (b) to havo a favcrable consideration at Studious Habits. Students shalt glvo your bands, 1 am yours very truly, day and Thursday evenings from 7 her sister, Mrs. Annlo Gentry, for tho best part ot each day to study, H. Rls. to 9. On Monday evenings tho ele- tho past two weeks has returned mentary subjects, reading, writing, homo. Mr. and lira. Bill Gentry and arithmetic, and on Thursday havo moved tc Locust Branch on Mr. ovenlngs various mining subjects, in- John BlcknelU' place. Daniel Denny cluding caulago, drainage, ventilation U getting ready to go west. II. Genand tho different methods ot min- try is having fine luck with his up. Services young lambs. Miss Hattio Johnson ing are taken Na. S43B. New is visiting Miss Lena Kelly this week. tho were at held apart oC tfca coaaMUan of lb a llaraa National liana, at Haraa, In tha alata mt KaaitaMSi f SunMiss Allco Rovis Is sick. Mr. and attha cloaaof bnalnaaa, Krb. XO, ISIS, Hopo church last Saturday and RtSOCBCES. Mrs. Clark Johnson havo moved to day, bolng conducted by Rov. 1108,222.30 Loans and Discounts Parker and Rev. W. M. Durham. their homo on Horn's River. Jim 1,100.60 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured The mocttngs wcro largely attended Barker and Wick Kindred left, Wed25,000.00 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation and very successful. Mrs. Mollle nesday, for Illinois. Tho roads aro 7,600.00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures Harvey ot Richmond spent Sunday in very bad condition at present Mrs, y. 3,000.00 B. Other real estate owned Llllio Blcknoll Is very slckr--S. with her daughter, Mrs. M. M. 17,363.34 Due from approved reserve agents 'AIlss America Owens returned Kelley sold a nice lot of turkeys this 100.82 Checks and other cash items to her homo at Dlsputanta after an week. Ho got twenty cents a pound. 80.00 Notes of other National Banks Corn Is soiling for four dollars per oxtended visit with her sister, Mrs. 102.81 Fractional Paper Currency, Nickels, and Cents Henry Abncy. Miss Ida Mullens of barrel and is vory scarco at that Lawful Money Rcskbvb in Bake vix: Wlthors spent Sunday with Mrs. F. rate. Samuel Donncy has Just com8,410.70 Specie Shell. Solomon Shell has been con- pleted bis now dwelling houso and Legal-tende- r notes fined to bis home for tho past week movod Into it Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of with a serious attack of indigestion. OWSLEY COUNTY 1,260.00 circulation) CLIMAX aUCKTOWN 172,272.00 Total Fob. 24. It rained TuesRlcetown, Foncll of Climax, Feb. 24.-liabilities Klrksvllo was at Climax oa busi- day night, making another tide. 125,000.00 Capital stock paid in weck-8qulro 'Moore held Wednesday afternoon a sovcro wind ' ness last 10,000.00 Surplus fund Court Tuesday, the 20th. The Crunch- storm prevallod and continued all 022 04 Undivided Pro G is, less Expenses and Taxes paid . . boys were acquitted. They Were Wednesday night blowing down fener 24,000.00 National Bank notes outstanding ces and doing other damage. Tho accused ot cutting timber without 51,787.18 Individual deposits subject to check by very cold permission. Chas. Forsytho who Is wind was followed 54.038.44 Demand certificates of deposit working on tho railroad near Coving- weathor. Abncr Baker has returnCertified Checks 525.00 down the river where Aunt ed home from ton visited home, Sunday. 172,272.00 Total Thorcsa Roynolds ot Wildle who baa be has been on timber. He wont as State of Kentucky, County of Madison, m; been sick so long died last Wodnesday fur am Heldelbunr. J. R. Willis, of I I, J. L. Gay, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear and was laid to rest is tho Wildle London was hero, Friday night, on cemetery last Friday, She loaves a ' his way from North Fork, whore he that the above statement is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief. J. L. Gay, Cashier. host of friends and relatives to mourn bad boon buying timber. Ho has some Correct Attest: D. N. Welch, Jno. YV. Welch, Wright Kelly, Directors. her loss. Thomas McGulro who fca .timber on South Fork which be from II. C. Eversolo and will been laid up for somo time frow a Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of February. 1012 begin working it into staves aoon. cut foot is out again. W. II, Porter, Notary Public. work-period, - a THE Berea National Bank. Dll-la- rd Ab-nc- .... Otto pur-chas- ed