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A, M Mri IDevoteci to THE Citizen tlie Interests BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 7, 1012 Knowledge li power asd the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newi paper. of tlie MoujateiirL People One Dollnr A Vol. XIII. Fife cent" a copy, year. No. 30' "THE SQUARE DEAL" There sre two phrases that will. no flotibt be forever closely connected with tho namo of Mr. IiooKevell the square deal and tho big stick. The "big stick" was a phrase thrust upou him, but thoso who have heard him speak will never forget the frequency with 'which ho used the term "square deal." And in the niiuds of thoso who favor .the Roosevelt policies they hnvo come to bo known as the square' deal policies, but, in the mind of many with whose selfish interests (hey would netm to conflict, they nro dubbed "big stick" policies. the expiration of Mr. Hoosevelt's second term he set forth Mr. Taft bh the one preeminently fitted to carry out hi policies, and It would seem now that there would be no reason for either Mr. Roosevelt or nny of his friends to repudiate the Toft administration unless it can be shown that the President has abandoned the doctrine of tho square deal. That he has not we think can bo easily demonstrated to thoso who are willing to listen to reason. Preeminently, it may be said, in his tariff policy n square deal policy, for, as was shown in Tub Citizen two weeks ago, he stands for a tariff based upon the difference in the cost of production here and abroad, these differences to be determined by a board, thus placing the tariff within scientific limitations Instead of allowing It to continue to be the foot-baof the political parlies. And if the President could be supported for anothvr four years there in little doubt that he would commit tho country to this, hs "square deal" ' ' policy. k In another respect the President is carrying out the principle of the square denl. It is in the enactment of the Corporation Tax Law which wan his suggestion, following the Paine Aldrich Tariff Law. This measure has been n good revenue producer and is a great step in tho direction of equalizing the burdens of the Government, as it forces the corporations to bear their share. And, when we consider the great loss that the people sustain in the banks through the embezzlement of the funds by the thieves on the inside, we may rest assured that President Taft will some day be given due credit for the Postal Snvingn Bank Law, which has already proved Immensely popular, giving, as it does, a bandy and absolutely safe place of deposit for the peoples' savings. This measure secures both to the penny or the large depositor the Fquare deal. And in no particular has Mr. Taft so greatly distinguished himself as in his proposals for international arbitration, having gone far beyond Mr. Roosevelt or auy ruler of this or any other Government, standing, ns he does, for the arbitration of all differences, thus championing the cause of the square deal between nations and advocating the abolishment of the old time rule that might makes right. Truly, it seems to us that Mr. Roosevelt made the term popular but it remained for Mr. Taft to put "the square deal" into practice without using "big stick" methods. And in our way of thinking, the adoption of this principle ou the part both of Mr. Roosevelt and the Republican party would give Mr. Taft no opposition in the convention and four years more in the White House. ik-for- o non-partisll ANTHONY AMERICAN FOUR-FOO- T WIRE FENCE, 26c. STAPLES THROWN IN ;: :: :: :: :: i a :: :: AT CHRISMAN'S MAN" "THE FURNITURE ' l Clothing, Shoes, Men's Furnishings AT REASONABLE PRICES R. R. COYLE BEREA, PRAYERS FOR BEREA In connection with tho recent protracted nicotinic a very largo number of people In different parts of tho country Joined In prayer for Rorca Collcgo and Its students. Several hundred letters from such friends havo boon received by tho President and other members of tho faculty. They represent nil Christian denominations and nil parts of tlio country. Sovcrnl nru printed below, somo of them from person? widely known. PRAYER SENATOR KiS.OFJE WEEK IN OUR OWN STATE KENTUCKY BRADLEY EXPLAINS United States May Have to Intervene Berean in Consular Service in Mexico England in Trouble Warns Legislature ConRioting Being Checked In China federate Soldiers Pensioned LibMinority Report on Stephenion rarian Resigns Saloon Element Case Taft Suggests National Board Controls In Lexington Courts of Trade. TALK OF INTERVENTION Is on the Qround Knows Needs of Old Soldiers and, as in the Past, will Take Care of Their Inter ests. Washington, Feb. 20. 1912. Editor Tho Citizen: A (Mirslstant effort Is being mado to Impress the Union Soldiers that Pros. Taft Is opposed to tho passage of a tension bill In their behalf. Thcro never was a more, miserable falsehood uttered. Supplementing this, in certain direc tions It Is befng circulated that I - GRAFT UNDER LIBERTY'S GUISE Who is Ben F. A I ford? We confess that we do not know him, we havo a letter from the gentleman which leads us to put him but in a class with Mr. Gilmore, the President of the Model License League, and Mr. Gilmore's business. we know. Board of Health The State Legislature has of Kentucky. Tbey call it an Investigation, but a number of things have come out on the part of the investigators that have ahonn animus and justify one in concluding that there is something hidden back of the investigation that there is a lobby, and the letter from Mr. Alford to The Citizen, and we presume to every other editor in the state, "lets the cat out of the wallet." This letter was also sent, as Mr. Alford claims, to the members of the Genera Assembly. It is a three page affair, and, to sum it up, is only an onslaught upon the medical profession in general and the State Board of Health in particular, and virtually gives Mr. Alford away. This answers the question with which we begau this editorial. It tells who Mr. Alford is, not definitely, of course, but plainly enough that he may be placed in ono of two classes. He is either interested in the patent medicine business or an advocate of the menial treatment of disease ; that is, Christian Science or the metaphysical healing cult. And what is Mr. Alford's argument? Why it is virtually the same that tho Model License League harps upon personal liberty. Everybody should have the right to buy any kiud of medicine he pleases without regard to the worth of that medicine, and anybody should be allowed to practice medicine who pleaFeH, regardlers of his qualifications; that is, the State Board of Health is infringing upon the rights of man granted iu the Constitution of the United States when it insists upon certain qualifications for the physicians of the state, when it inspects dairy herds and has iufected animals killed Furthermore, this same Board of Health or impure milk destroyed is infringing upon tho rights of man when it demands that school children be examined and vaccinated to prevent the spread of epidemics; "it invalidates our birthright as freeman" when it demands that asylum superintendents be members of the medical profession instead of filling these positions from the ranks of business men. Hut this is enough. It is gratifying to know that the committee investigating the Board of Health has exonerated Dr. McCormick, finding that the matters of the Board hare been well conducted and always within legal bouuds, and thus giving a proper answer to Mr. Alford and the patent medicine lobby, which he no doubt represents. The press of the state with only one exception, so far as we know, is thoroughly in accord with the great humanitarian work undertaken by the Board of Health the greatest ami most unselfish work It ought to be clear to every one that, being done by any profession. when doctors baud themselves together and insist upon disease pre. volition rather than the cure of disease, they are working against their own financial interests, because every case of disease that h prevented deprives some doctor of a fee. And who, pray, is capable of doing this work better than the doctors? Aud who is qualified to occupy the place of Superintendent of asylums, etc., better than the doctors? Aud why should we bo afraid of the doctors entering politics a little, at least presenting the claims of humanity to the politicians, when everybody e)se is in polile ' killed tho Sherwood Dill at tho Instance of Mr. Taft and am also President William Frost, to a enslon Hill. Thoso who Dcrea, Ky. know my long and consistent record My dear President Frost: as tho Bonders' friend will know this 1 havo received with pleasure your Is a lie of whole cloth. Slnco I havo brlof letter of tho 2nd and am glad been In tho Senate, I havo procured to Join with nil tho lovers of Dercn the passage of more special pension College In thought and prayer for bills than any threo of tuy predecestho Institution this week In Its sors. I refer to n late Instance when moment of special effort. on February 1, 1912 I reported favorMost cordially yours, ably a bill (S.5045) Increasing tho Herbert L. Wlllct. pensions of one hundred and nlnoty-on- o soldiers, among whom were a From President of Chicago Theolognumber from Kentucky. ical Seminary Tho Democrats In tho lower house President W. (1. Frost, havo never before shown themselves Heren College, Heren, Ky. so devotedly and actively tho friends My dear President Frost: I do not need to tell you that I am of tho soldiers. They knew tho Sherremembering your requobt of Febru- - wood Hill would never pass tho Sen-nt- o and It seem clear to my mind Cnnllnurd on ru Hitf that their support of It In many Instances waa a political maneuver to CONTENTS OFJHIS ISSUE obtain tho soldiers' votes. Tho maFIRST PACE jority of tho Democrats In tho SenEditorials. ate are opposed to that bill as nro In Our Own SUte. Rea majority of tho Republicans. News of the Week. sides, tho officers of tho Grand Army Senator Ilrcdley Explains. of tho Ropubllc apicared beforo us Prayers for Hcrea. and opposed It. SECOND l'AGK In tho first place, even had I for General News. tho purposo of political effect voted Markots. for Its favorablo report, thcro would Sunday 8chooI Lesson. havo been an overwhelming majority ngalust It. Rut I did not rare to play TIIIIID PAGE the demngoguo whun I knew it could Temperance Notes. not pass and a favorablo report would General News. most likely produce conditions which FOURTH PAGE would loud to defeat of any pension Local News. tho , bill at noxt present session. to bo reFIFTH PAOE bill proposed Tho Prnycro for Ilerea (Continued) ported was tho Rurnham Rill which SIXTH PAOE curries an nnnual appropriation of Serial Story. which would entail a $39,Sr7,63G, SEVENTH PAOB t n cost of much less tho first Poultry. year brcnuso of a falluro to have c Preservative Treatment for Timber. tho claims adjusted, but tho second EIGHTH PAGE year would entail a cost of JtO.373,-90- 7 Eastern Kentucky News. after which tlmo It would steadby reason of deaths. Temiwranco Tactics. ily decrease Chlcago.-'i'ch- IS THE SECRET OF BEREA'S LIFE From Chicago University . C, 1912. Tho revolt In Mexico has Increased In seriousness during the past week. There nro rumors from Washington that intervention on the part of our Government may become necessary. Tho President warned all Americans to stay out of Mexico, and thoso now in that country are advised to bo on their guard. It is stated that tho President has told certain foreign Governments t,hat tho United States will not bo responsible for tho protection of their interests. This is a virtual disclaimer of the Monroe Doctrino ou our part, but the President says ho Is powerless unless Congress will give him authority to act. ENGLAND IN TROD RLE REREAN IN CONSULAR SERVICE Wesley Frost of Rorea, son of Pres. Frost, was appointed, at tho close of last wock by Pres. Taft to be Consul at Charlottctown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Tho position bays two thousand dollars. The appointment puts Mr. Frcst In tho permanent consul ccrvlco on the merit basis. Ho may bo expected to advance to more lucratlvo positions. 'Mr. Frost did not know of bis appointment until tho noxt day, after Tho English Government has serious troubles on its hands at present. The coal strike, which lb described on another pago of this issue, possibly presents to tho Government the greatest industrial crisis In its history, and tho belllgerancy of tho suffragettes Is giving no llttlo concern. Heretofore tho army of Amazons only U3Cd their tongues, finger nails and occasionally their fists, but in the last few days they havo resorted to tho revolver and tho throwing of stones, doing considerable, dam-ag- o to the plate gloss windows of somo of tho Government buildings nnd other property. Ono hundred and fifty women havo boen arrested, ono of whom is tho leader of tho army clamoring for suffrage, Mrs. Park-hurs- t. Threo months Jail sentences havo been Inflicted upon tho leader and somo others. his father had it from the papers and many hours later than his brother, Stanley, heard it by wlrd In Detroit. Tho position was tho best ot mora than half a dozen such appointments made at tho tlmo by Pres. Taft. Mr. Frost will take up his residence In Charlottctown In May. WARNING THE LEGISLATURE Gov. 'McCreary sent a special message to tho Legislature last Wednesday, warning the two Houses against tho passage of bills running appropriations above a million dollars. Accompanying tho message was tho Auditor's cstlmato that tho deficit GETTING CONTROL AGAIN Following tho mutiny aud tho consequent destruction of property In Peking, Tien Tsln and elsewhere, as recorded on pago 2, It Is reported later that Yuan Slit Kal Is again In control, marshal law having been de- duty. clared In tho Capital, Foreign troop3 CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS PENhavo also arrived, tho railroads beSIONED ing opened now to tho coast, Govomor McCreary signed the Conand missionaries, foreign residents and federate Pension Dill Mondoy, and Continued on page I'our Continued on Porc I'our of tho Treasury will amount to tho 30th of Juno. K is said that tho Governor objects to tho increase of tho tax rato and will not favor tho Issuing of bonds. It Is a great pity that this warning did not como at the opening of tho session so that the appropriations that wcro mado might havo been thoso that aro most needed. Now it begins to look very much as it tho bill appropriating J15.000 for carrying on tho antituberculosis work of the state may bo defeated. Tho thing most needed on tha part ot our stato officers and our Legislators Is common sense a real appreciation of tho needs ot the state. Common senso and real appreciation would also a high sense ot honor and Berea Schools Roofing . tics? WANTED! Pe0P'c to be in Berea Chapel March 26, at 7:30 P. M. to hear the best Band Concert ever given in Berea. The Band needs no introduction to the people as we hold the record for the largest pay audience ever in the College Chapel. This year the band has been reinforced by some excellent musicians and will be assisted by Mr. Ross Hickernell, one of the world's greatest cornet soloists. March, 26. Admission 10 and 15 cents. : : : : : 0000 All honor to the Board of Health! All honor to Dr. McCormick who has fought the battles of. the people of Kentucky for thirty years or more as faithfully anil as earnestly as Dr. Wiley of the United States Department of Agriculture for the Union at largel Of course the patent medicine interests and the. occult healers will howl, but their howling spells honor and glory to the Board of Health. It spells life and health and vitality for the entire population of the state. It is not liberty that the lobby desires; that cry in a ruse. It is license ami license it must not, shall not have. Attention ! Before the busy season begins I would like to have all my customers look over the work which I have done within the last two years. If there is any thing- wrong let me know by return mail. Our aim is to make our work accurate. I want my Roofing Class to benefit by my mistakes. - This bill with tho $150,000,000 already first year of $11,451,000, tho second provided would pay tho soldiers an- yoar $33,000,000, after which It will Bteadlly decreaso. nually more than 1179,000,000. Tho majority of tho Comraltteo vot- It was necessary to report out A.1 nfrnlniit tin fnvnrnfiln rnnnrr unit favorably a bill In order to give tho men oruerea reporiea lavorauiy mo Senate a chanco to act and It was anagreed that this bill should bo so re- Smoot UIU carrying $24,112,678 (Coutlnutd ou Fit Hht) nually which will entail a cost the if If You want to save money on your Roofing, now is the right time. I must have from two to three houses to cover every week for the next three months to keep my Roofing School busy. Write, call up or see me. -:-:-;-:-- 1 HENRY LENGFELLNER Office Jackson St., rear of Main. Phone 7 or 181. Page Two. THE CITIZEN. March 7, 1912 The Citizen A 1UIY Kjr. IN PEKING TERROR OF THE "FRESH AIR" SLEEPER CAUCUS FAVORS AN EXCISE TAX Democratic Majority in House Decides On An "MlMAnONAL SCNMrSCIIOOI family newspaper fcr all that It right true and Interesting. Ttuxrr&xr PoMhnl rreiT at R-w- , BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (InoxTrtrd P. Faulkner, Editor ard Manager. Subscription CHINESE SOLDIERS START REIGN OF TERROR AND PILLAGE IN CAPITAL. FOREIGNERS ESCAPE THE MOB Yuan's Treeps Slay, Loot and Burn-M- any Natives Killed or Wounded In Streets Missionaries Are Well Armed and Safe. Many natives was killed or wounded In Peking during a mutiny of Yuan Shi Kal's troops. So far as known, alt lorclgners are safe. The legation quarter Is crowded, but the missionaries are holding forth In tbeir own compound. Th American minister. W. J Calhoun, consulted with tbe American All the mismissions by telephone. sionaries express preference not to leave their compounds. The Methodists are within a block of the legation quarter and can be rescued easily if endangered. families Two or three American have not been heard from, but It Is presumed no harm has come to them. When the outbreak started It was estimated i.000 soldiers took part, but the mutineers were later augmented by large numbers of tbe police, coolies and loafers. INTERSTATE BODY HIT HIT The mutinous soldiers looted every where from house to house. They COMMERCE COURT ANNULS ITS did not spare even foreign residences ORDER. POWER IS REDUCED. within a block of the legation quar- ACCOUNTANT SAYS CORPORATION ter OPERATES IN RESTRAINT Fires were started In various secDecision Holds Reduction of Freight OF TRADE. tions and territory of more than a Rates In South Unlawful Big This mile In area was burned. Loss to Railroads. City to GARY stretches from the Forbidden DINNERS FIX PRICES foreign the building of the Chinese Washington. Bllteruas was added board, where Yuan Shi Kal resides. to the controversy tbe between The fiames reached within 'half a Report Shows Morgan & Co. Received Interstate commerce commission mile of the legations. Cash Profit of S69JCO.0O0 for and the commerce court as a result of There was much reckless shooting. Concern Which Controls tbe court's annulment In a decision One shell, which fell Into the comSO Per CenL of Industry. handed down by Judge Archbald of pound of the American legation, tore the commission's order for a reduc- through the tent of an American solwaahlngton. The Cntted States "on or certain class freight rates dier, but did not explode. Steel corporation operates In restraint I trom New Orleans to points In AllThe American Is the most exposed ot trade and J. Pierpont Morgan re-- bama and Florida, legation, lying outside the main quad- celved 70,000,000 for The congress never rangle of tbe quarter. The American trust, according to F. J. organizing the Intendedcourt declaresthe commission to clothe Mcflae. expert end of Legation street. It the only ltb the wide authority it bas as-accountant, who made a report on the section. Inqulry Into the books and minutes of sumed. The legations know no reasons for the trust. His report reaches the conIt Is further the court the outbreak. The idea Is expressed clusion that tbe corporation preventa could discover asserted thatthe record nothing in that Yuan Sbl Kal's soldiers began competition through a manipulation of In support of the conclusions ct the the trouble when they learned that he prices, through the Influence of the commission or to justify the d Intended to leave the capital for Nan-Gary dinners," by control ! tloas in rates that It ordered. king. Soon after the mutiny began or raw This was tbe first case argued be materials and through a systhe quarters occupied by tbe Nanking tem of interlocking directors in vari- fore the commerce court after Its esdelegates who came to notify Presl ous companies. tablishment, more than a year ago. dent Yuan of bis elections as presiSome of the charges made tn the It proved to be a stubborn proceeding, dent were enveloped In flames. report are: and the court took full time for Its The mutineers ran through tbe That J. P. Morgan Co, beading consideration. streets, burning and plundering on all It was brought by the Louisville sides. Thousands of shops were tbe syndicate which organized the Nashville railroad In an effort to modSteel corporation, received a cash looted, principally those, of dealers In ify or annul tbe commission's order gold and silver and pawnbrokers. profit of 169.300.000. of which of reduction. was for promotion, and Fusillades of shots were fired to inIt was declared In the record that if for a bond conversion scheme. timidate the Inmates. Several of the fixing the That nine the shopkeepers who failed to surrender years the net earnings for equiv-alen- what. orderItsofopinion,commission In were reasonable t were $1,029.CS5.3S0, or an their valuables were shot or bayonet-ted- . of approximately 113 a ton on rates, were enforced, the loss to the finished product. Instead of I9S0.V0O.-31- LouisvlIl & Nashville would be $200.-00a year. as claimed by the corporation In ! ON Its rpnnrt COAL BRITISH STRIKE That the statement made by Judge SAYS PLEDGE WAS BROKEN Eight Hundred Thousand Miners Quit Gary and H. C. Prick to President Roosevelt in ISO" that the Steel corWork Government Will Enforce poration did not control more than 60 Washington Newspaper Declares Minimum Wage Scale. per cenL of steel properties tn the Roosevelt Promised Taft Ht Would Not Run. that it controls London. Tbe settlement of tbe country was wrong; on the contrary about 80 per cenL of coal strike Is far off. The governWashington. Tbe Washington Evement has not been able to Induce all tbe steel holdings. The "Gary dinners." where inde- ning Star displays prominently on Its tbe coal owners to agree to the demand for a minimum wage made by pendent as well as corporation steel first page tbe following statement: "From sources entirely Independent the miners, but Premier Asqulth de- men assembled, and where "tbe Independents are influenced to of the White House It is ascertained clared that If the principle of a minimum wage was not enforced by agree- reduce tbeir production conformably that the confidence entertained by ment It would be made effective by to tbeir estimate of tbe reduction in the administration and others that the demand existing, and to maintain Colonel Hootevelt would not be a canother means employed by tbe governprices, is objectionable as far as it didate against Taft was based on ment operates to exclude free competition. ueuuue uu repcaieo siaiemems 01 Fully f 00.000 miners have quit work. "It can be no justification of the loionei nooteveit maae witnin a year They will not resume work until an of the participants In the a would not agreement satisfactory to tbe miners' Gary dinners that no penalty attaches that he did not be candidate in 191! and Intend to oppose Tbey have to a violation of the declarations mu- President Taft for federation Is reached. renomlnatlon." the government behind them and feel tually exchanged. t act Boston. Although The Col. Theodore that victory has been won. would prevent the enforcement of any Roosevelt bas declared his Intention 1s drafting penalty for reducing prices or exceedChancellor of making a "straight out fight" for a minimum wage bill, but It Is said ing one's share of the business. the presidential nomination, he let It the government Is hopeful of being te known that he would not be drawn able to effect the establishment of a into personal controversy by the pres- minimum wage without recourse to TO TESTIFY AGAINST DARR0W ent administration. legislation, now that tbe Welsh mine Colonel Roosevelt repeated owners see that they are powerless Former Aid of Attorney Confesses to ment that be bad not taken his state bis preslonger. to resist Bribery and Will Turn State's ent position for personal reasons. Evidence. Some of the railways have sent our notifications of curtailment of their Los Angeles, Cal. District Attorney KNOX services owing to the strike. ARRIVES AT COLON Mr. Asqulth told the Miners' FederJohn D. Fredericks made the positive government was determined announcement that Bert H. Franklin, United States Cruiser Washington at ation, the that the minimum wage should, be- former McNamarn detective, will be Anchor In Harbor Thert With come "part and parcel of the organitbe state's star witness against AttorSecretary on Board. zation by whatever appropriate means ney Clarence S. Darrow. who Is the government can command." The charged with bribery. Colon. Panama. Tbe United States government felt It was face to face This announcement followed tbe en- cruiser Washington, with Philander C. with a warfare between capital and tering of a plea of guilty by Franklin Knox, secretary of state, and party labor In the coal Industry, which to a charge of corruption and bribery on board, anchored In the harbor might paralyse all other Industries In In the Robert Bain case. Fredericks here. the country further stated that a complete conWhen Secretary Knox landed at tbe The conclusion the government fession has been secured from Frank- quay he was met by a number of promreached was, be said, that a case had lin, who will take the stand at the inent municipal and government offbeen made out for Insuring to tbe trial of Mr. Darrow and tell fully of icials, who extended greetings. A large underground workers In the coal In bis part In the alleged attempt to crowd of American residents and citizens of Colon cheered the 3tat secreausiry. who acequaie safeguards, a bribe Jurors In the McNamara case. For bis complete confession, and In tary as he stepped on shore. reasonable minimum wage. Already a majority certainly 60 per cenL of light of tbe fact that the George M. The secretary of state with his party tbe coal owners of the country had Lock wood bribery charge still hangs treveled to the railroad station and assented 10 tne government s pro over his head. Franklin will be per- stepped aboard the train for Panama mitted to pay a fine of 12.000. posals. City. Lesson tDy K O HKLI.nitH. Director of Kvn In Dfpartmrnt, The Moody fllble Institute of Chicago.) TATABLB IN ADVANCE. ... SI I Months Thnrv Months One Ratu er ritfrv't or important Legislative Program WOULD ADMIT Expect rmr LESSON FOR MARCH SUGAR 10. Jle after !your Mm on tatrt pmr ratrvApttom l to wr.it HMn thn If It is not caj-jr.- l wwk afurr irwiril notify u number win lw equity wpphVi M!nr If we rtiw prvcuums efvrai. wtth Send for ard periapt rtwwBl Prf rruura Lift. . i LiN aJ tfm ta any orv who ttln rrer yjMcr!Kn for n Aay one fndtrje us four jrmiy futcrlptMn ean rrertrs The C!Urn frv for brmsrtf for ton. AdterU4nt; ralK on Apr h4 jkild. DraP tWlsterM Itttr. HikOkW .tut ouw ne and The firrrt nnwjr by FWt-ffl- FREE JCSU8 THE HEALER. LESSON OOLDKN TKXT-M.- uk TltXT-"Hlmlf I:-- to Peking r-- w To Frame Law Levying One Per Cent Charge on Incomes That Will Pass Muster Supreme Court. De-fo- and bare our dliM." took Inflrtnl-t- Matt, !IT. iriv-T- MEMBER or KENTCCKT PRESS ASSOCIATION. Forgers mulcted banks of America of fifteen million daring tat past year, and yet torse people say forgery It not a success. A food expert advises us to substitute rice for potatoes, bat there would be no fun in throwing rice at the Irish players. STEEL TRUST Up to date nobody has attempted to compile a list of tbe 20 greatest weather men. Tbe reason Is simple ther ain't no inch thing. We are told of an animal trainer who has taught turtles to do tricks, but we never bare beard of anybody training a mock turtle. J Hetty Green's son received more than 2.000 marriage proposals last year. We shudder to think of his trials during leap year. An Oregon man whoj killed 275 rat- 1 tlesnakes In one day claims to bold the rattlesnake record. We are willing to let him cling to It. Treasury officials report that there ia a shortage of Jl bills, just as Jf we didn't know it without a report from the treasury officials. One of our contemporaries adrlses as to let tbe weather alone, but we would be far more pleased if the weather would let ua alone. Texas washerwoman has been be queathed $160,000 by one of her ell ents. It la safe to bet that she never pet too much starch In his shirts. The asbestos shingle is said to be growing rapidly In popularity espeel ally with small boys who know the warming qualities of the wooden kind. Maine farmer claims that he has duck which has laid three eggs a day for the last six months. If anybody deserres a Carnegie medal, that dnck does. Michigan professor has invented s new alphabet with seventeen letters Much to tbe Jubilation of actors and statesmen, be has retained the cap! I. reduc-so-calle- 1 0 d tal alent, forthwith," "Immediately." etc. Jesus, as was his custom, had been worshiping In the synagogue, andt while there he bad performed a great work of healing Insomuch that hit fame spread throughout the Galilean country; and forthwith as they enter Peter's house there Is presented another difficult case, "Simon Peter' wife's mother being sick of a great fever." It Is a notlceablo fact In tb i life of Jesus that he bad bis own par ' tlcular Intimate circle of friend. Ith whom he loved to hold fellowship, the home In Iletbany, and this home belonging to Simon Peter, are Illustrations. Why docs God rmlt sickness and come tax. Its effect would be to tax every per- sorrow to come to those who arn son who earns more than $5,060 a manifestly his most Intimate friends? year, on the excess of $5,660 at the To those who love nlm most! Surely all suffering Is not caused by rate of 1 per cent In the caucus the provision to ex- sin directly, for many Innocent one tend the corporation tax was not seri- suffer for the sins of the guilty; much Is allowed "to manifest God's glory;" ously opposed. The free sugar bill, however, wis some suffering Is to test our faltb, rebitterly assailed by representatives fining us as by fire; and some must from Louisiana, sugar cane state, and be left to God's Inscrutablo wisdom, for surely we can allow him to do representatives from sugar slates, who were absolved from somo things without explaining bin the bond of the caucus. No roll call acts to men. Note, however, that on the ratification of the bills was de- Jesus' compassion caused blm at once to show forth a beautiful example of manded. tbe sort of personal work ba would hive us do. Drop. Parachute What the Act Teaches. 5L Louis. For the first time in the flying" a history of heavler-than-al- r Now note that the evidence of the) man leaped from an aeroplane at Jef- cure Is here also for "she ministered ferson barracks and descended to the unto them." It must have been a earth In a parachute. The man was .complete cure, else how could she go Capt. Albert Terry. Berry, accompa - ! t once about her household duties? nled by Anthony Jannus. left the Kin- - This act teaches us not only tbe fact loch aviation field In a of tbe cure but also that other lesson biplane. When a favorable spot was spoken of by James in his epistle, reached Jannus steadied the machine. Tz.. that tbe best method of showing: n Berry gave a quick Jerk of a rope and our faith Is by our works. God and parachute plunged downward tines the believer through faith In bla while the aeroplane bounced up like Son. but we are Judged righteous be- a cork. suddenly poised and steadied fore the world by our works. Ily her Itself. loving ministrations to thoso of her household, and to Jesus who their guest, this ancient motber-tn-laCooperative Store Falls. Clarksburg. W. Va. The only co- showed her gratitude and love for tbla operative store in this country has act of compassion on the part of proven a failure. Three years ago God's Son. God Uess the motber-ln- about 75 persons, mostly farmers, de- law snd stop our gossip. cided that they were paying too much At the close of this busy day w for their merchandise and organized can In our Imaginations see the crowd Store Co. at of tbe city gathered about I'cter'a the Walace Wallace. The company has made an door "At etcn. when tbe sun did set assignment, with liabilities over 13.000. ,hey brought unto him all. etc." One I of the most charming and wonderful I things about tbe Scriptures Is that It CINCINNATI MARKETS says so much In so few words. On can feel himself a part of tbe crowd gathered at the close of that day. Wheat No. 2 red JlRl.01, No. 3 ! eager and anxious to this new reu si'jjac, reu ?of ?c, .u. i healer, and urgently, eanerlr. Corn No. white 6?069e. No. 3 Inc their loved ones that h mir tier. white 66B6T4C. No. 4 white 65e634c. I form his healing ministrations ere the vo1 'J" , hades of night shut him from tbeir VoCliv 63 ft 6.1c. 66c. , . s.n,. y. " ncr " th morrow. The record la miiM fiinfisur whit e.ir fi$7iwv yellow ear 69ft71c. mixed ear 6Sfr"0c. significant In tho use of the word Oats No. I white 54USSc. standard "all" in verse 31, and "many" In verse pieces J Jus-ma' Washington. The most Important of legislation that have been advanced by the Democratic majority of the bouse of representatives since it came into power, an excise or Income tax. and a bill to put sugar In the free Hat. were ratified by the Democratic caucus. These two measures were framed by the ways and means committee and their intent kept secret until they were sprung by Chairman Underwood. ,, n.- ,0 'd .by. ,h.6 ".d" j . uu wnm lummiuee. is in ri feet an Income tax. The bill Is so drawn that It Is expected to comply with the supreme court's decision against the constitutionality of an in- Fortiio times St. Mark makes use of what Is n distinguishing word In his gospel, "straightway." or Its equiv- in .... -- ,.i St. Louis has a hale and hearty dtl zen of SO who claims he never has consulted a physician. Nevertheless the undertaker will nail him at the finish. 34. 5ic. v0. wh te M!4flS3c. No. 5 mix- ed Sic. No. 3 mixed S34(f5ic. No. 4 4 The next morning, "a great while. J' Pra'er Ho' much " ne,d ' presence and wisdom which can be obtained only by "going apart" to the place of secret communion, espe cially In tb day of our greatest success and popularity. The danger of material or other success Is to turn man's thought away from God As man contemplates tbe prowess of his own arm or tbe achievements of bla own brain the temptation Is to trust himself and not to trust God. Jesus knew the tests of service before Him and the need of vital contact with his Father Having gslncd this through this early morning watch, he was ready to reply to I'eter'a unconscloun test when be referred to Christ's popularity by saying that others had need of him. I must preach to thera also, for this came I Into the world. Chief End of Christ's Ministry. Tbe compulsion of a great mission gave Christ no time to consider the. popular acclaim, or longer to pause at Capernaum, though there were doubtless others who needed his ministrations. Healing of tbe body and tbe relict of human distress Is not the chief end of Christ's ministry. He came to establish a kingdom and must preach tho good tidings, for "therefore was I sent." Social aerr. Ice Is Indeed God like, but Jesus tells ua plainly that the soul Is of more valuo than the body. (MatL 6:33.) Three great lessons can I emphasized; First. Jesus' busy llfo of going about doing good; second, that his compassion was genuine as shown by the frequent personal tourh. and third, tbe lesson of missions, especially medical missions, and In this connection tbe lesson of leprosy, as a Hay-- No. 1 2 anti-trus- Pennsylvania girl, we are told, has made two leap year proposals and has been refused both times. In her case this Is not what might be called a happy new year. A highbrow tells, us that most great men "have blue eyes. We are willing to risk a few shekels on the theory that this particular highbrow has eyes of bonny blue. Lloyd-Georg- e Professor Baker of Harvard advises theatergoers to hiss what they do not like. If the professor's suggestion was carried out some of our plays would be one long hiss. Tyrus Cobb tells us that the stage a snare and a delusion. Tys temper bas been soured by tbe fact that he bas acqu.red a batting average of .002 in tbe theatrical league. Is A Tacoma woman bas the distinction of being the first woman to serve on a Jury with her husband. Possibly, also, she bas the distinction of being the first Juror to cast two votes. Don't worry about the high price of potatoes. A pound o rice, which costs ten cents at retail, contains as much nourishment as several pecks of potatoes, and the supply of rice is ample. good to choice $4.25(34.60; common to fair $1.750 4; canners $1.50 ft 2 75. Bulls Steady and receipts light. Bologna $4.2505. extra $5.1005.25, fat bulls $5fJ5.25. Calves Generally 250 50c lower. Extra $S, fair to good $607 75, com$4 07.25. mon to large Hogs Generally 10c lower on packers and butchers, steady on light shippers and pigs. Heavy hogs $6,55tf C.65, good to choice packers and butchers $6.6006.65, mixed packers $6.50(r 6.65, stags $3.2505.25, common to choice heavy fat sows $4.50O5.S5, extra $5.9006. Hgbt shippers $6.1006.65; pigs (110 lbs and less) $4.5006. Sheep Steady. Kxtra $3.6603.75, good to choice $3,256-3.60common to fair $1.2503. Lambs Steady to strong. Kxtra $6.750C.SS, good to choice $6.1506.65. common to fair $406. yearlings $4.25 05.25, culls $303.50. , Cattle Steady on good to choice iCht butchers: weak to 10c lower on other grades, especially heavy and me- dlutu steer cattle. Shippers IX'ift C.S. choice to extra S6.90fi7.25; butcher strer. extra $6.25(16.50, good to choice 5.50C 15, common to fair $( 35 5.1.1; heifers, extra M.60ft6, good to choice Jl.75ff5.50, common to fair 13.256 1.25; cows, extra $4.7565, 123.6043 23.75. No. 3 timothy J21.50R22. No. 1 clover mixed S2Jff 3.50. No. 2 clover mixed J21.50fr22. No. 1 clover .214123.50.. No. 2 clover I21.rtj 22 timothy timothy I25:5.:6. No. The man who Insists that he still takes a perfectly cold bath every morning Is clearly entitled to a Car. negie medal. He is taking tbe risk of being considered either Insane or a prize liar Another year of tight skirts is not calculated to make tbe textile manufacturers any happier. Isn't It about time for i cine of them to suggest government regulation of tbe fashions so tbe mills can t kept busy? Jack London Signs as Sailor. DalUraore. Sid. To satisfy his am bition to round the born In a square rigged Yankee clipper. Jack London has signed as one of the crew of the Dirlgo, which will leave for Seattle this week with a load of coaL Mrs. London will accompany him. Wont Let Justices Mtrry. Trenton. N, J A bill prohibiting Justices of the peace from performing narriages In New- - Jersey aw nits Gov. ernor Wilson's signature. It having pasted both houses of the legislature. Confesses Murder; Arresttd. RedNew Haven, Conn George yean old, of thla ding, twenty-oncity, an agent for a correspondence school, la under arrest here on his confession that he killed Morris Greenburg, a fruit dealer, whose body was found In a suburb three days ago. e 15,000,000 Brewery Bums. VaJdlvla, Chile. The brewery belonging to Anwandter Bros., the largest In South America, was destroyed by fire here. The loss Is estimated at Cre million dollars. ' Jury Disagrees. New York. Tbe Jury In the case of Willis Vernon Cole. Ihe Christian practitioner, charged with Science practicing medicine without a license, was unable to agree on a verdict and was discharged. Great Interest had typo of sin, loathsome, contagious, In been manifested In the case, at a test curable. Aviator Falls 200 Fest; Unhurt. of the right of Christian Scientists to Emphasis the drawing power of San Bernardino, Cal. Aviator Har- apply the tenets of their faith to Jesus. Has be drawn you to bis vey Crawford of los Angeles fe.'l 20C curing disease for pay. Cole probably side! Also, that It Is maniroatly tht feet and miraculously escaped death will be tried again, and the ame ball duty of those who have been drawn aeroplane became un- - under which he was liberated after his and healed to minister unto etc art, here when bla manrgeable. arrest was continued. and lead them to itlvatlcx Berlin. Find Girl Crucified. At a masque ball at Herl-forIn Westphalia, a young girl was found crucified In the ballroom. It la believed that she went Into a cataleptic trance during a fit of religious frenzy and attempted to portray the crucifixion. March 7, 1911 THE CITIZEN WANT THEIR MONEY BACK. Louisville llroadway Uriel Clay Buchan-an- Page Three. KENTUCKY FARM VALUES ARE HIGH SIZE OF THE NUMBER OF ACRES HELD BY INDIVIDUALS, HOW. EVER, SHOWS DIMINUTION. AVERAGE VALUE Mortgagee FOUND DEAD IN RIVER. , Madtsonvllle. In Missouri. drowned In a clairvoyant, who has not been resident of Hanson, Hopkins county, soon at his parlors at 107 West left recently for a visit to his brother on has been Indicted grand larceny, It a charge of being alleged that be stole, $300 from Mrs. Dean Carroll after hypnotltlng her. Mrs. Viola Frcy has also complained to tho police that sho lost $2,000 In a similar manner. In addition, a crowd of women who say they lost from $50 to $200 through lluchan-an'- s hypnotic Influence are boslcglng tho parlors. told Mrs. Frcy and Mrs, Carroll the police that Buchanan assured them he could Increase their money It they would put It In a chamois bag, hang It about their necks and permit him to hypnotlzo thorn. Duchanan told them they would find that the money had doubled. They found only paper In the bags. BREAKS UP IN A ROW. Two days later ho was the Ohio river, near Cairo. He was a Union soldier, nnd had somo money with him. When found ho had a big gash cut In his, head, nnd It Is bollevcd that ho met with foul play. DIED AT 124 YEARS. Morg, Columbia John veteran 1812 of tho war of and prob- vcteran of tho war of 1812 and prob ably tho oldest man In the United Stntps, died yesterday at his homo on Morg caino to this Indian Creek. country from Germany In 1812 and enlisted. He drew a pension for his sorvlccs and tho papers gavo his age as 24 years at the tlmo of his enlist ment. "No other record exists, but If tho ago given by Morg at tho tlmo of his enlistment was correct he kae 124. GENERAL. STORE BURNED. Joseph Dunkcraon. AWorldWilhout A Bible Berea Printing School Department of Berea College INCREASED USE OF LIQUORS By RevAVflliam Evans, Director Bible Course, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago (The Citizen it a specimen of our work.) PRINTS HEADS, HAND-HILL- 12.83 All ACRE That Are Held Against Propertlea Are Fewer and of Smaller Amounte Live 8tock and Bulldlnge Increate. TKXT-Wh- en 0 Louisville. In an exhaustive study of Kentucky'a agricultural and stock statistics, Issued as a bulletin by tho oansuR bureau at WashliiKton, among other pieces of Interesting facta the following data ta act forth: The nveruRe valuation per aero for farm lands the atate over li $21.83. Only In Jefferson, Mot. ban and art) farm lauds countlo Woodford valued at from $76 to f 101) per aero. In Fayetto county alono aro farm land valued at from 100 to I25 an out of the book all of the wordf of the Lord: Take ttict araln another roll, and write In It all the former words that were In the first roll, which Jeholaklm, the klna of Judah, hath burned Jer. M:ll-U- . .Mlcnalnh. IIib ion of the son of Bhaphan, had haard Can you plctura a world without a Ulblo? What a poor It world would be. The art of the world has for centuries found its subllm-es- t subjects In the gospel story. A visit to the world' acre. Kentucky Farm Lands. Kentucky ranks fourteenth In popIn land area ulation and thirty-nintamong tho states and territories of the continental United States, and of tho state's cntlro laud area RG.2 per oent Is In farms. Of nil the 119 counties 58 havu from CO to 90 per cent of their land In farms and 69 havo 90 per ceut or more of their land so Included. Between 1900 and 1910 thoro was of 24,618, or 10.4 per cent an Increase la the number of farms In Kentucky, as compared with an Increaso of C.C per cent. In tho population. Tho nv. erago site of farms, which was 93,7 acres In 1910, had decreased to 8G.6 acres In 1910. Value of Farm Property. The total valuo of farm property, which Includes lands, buildings. Implements and machinery and live stock domestic animals, poultry and bees Is $773,798,000, an Increase of 1302,752,001), or 64.3 per cent since I .and 1900. alono has Increased In value 00.4 per cent., thu value of buildings has Increased CG.l per cent., and machinery that of Implements 3C.3 per cent., and that or llvo stock Stepping Into his Mc.Mechcn. C9.3 per cent. The average value of n farm. In- house from the yard on Ilaltlmore cluding Its equipment. Is $2,986, an In- street, Robert Campbell, nged 47 crease of $979, or 48.8 per cent over years, ono of tho moBt prominent citthe- 1900 value. Tho nvcragu vnluo of izens of Marshall county, said to his land per acre has Increased $8.59, or wife: "Do something quick for me." mid then died. Death was due to a S4.9 per cent since 1900, Of the $2,986, which Is the average complication of diseases, but ho was valuo of n Kentucky farm, $2,4C2 rep- apparently In good health, although not working for tho past few weeks. resents tho valuo of land and Tho survivors aro his mother, threo that of Implements nnd machinery, and $453 that of llvo stock. sisters. Miss Carrie, MIsh P.llcn nnd Although tho total valuo of farm prop- Mrs. Mnry Schuck ;ulso two brothers, erty In the Htnto Increased the aver-ag- John and Dr. II. P. Campbell, of valuo per farm decreased from Wheeling. Mr. Campbell was n member of tho Knights of Pythias and also $3,073 In I860 to $2,007 In 1900. This was ilnuhtlesa due, says tho the Mechanics. bulletin, to tho division of tho plantaSURVEY FOR NEW ROAD. tion's Into smaller farms operated by tenants. TIiIh subdivision, for the Winchester. Notwithstanding tho most part. Is said to bo completed, Is and though somewhat smaller In size, cold weather, a surveying corps busily engaged In the location of tl.o thn nverago value per farm has grently (luring tho last de- new road which is proposed from cade, keeping pace with tho general this city, by way of Irvine, to connect with tho new Lexington & Kastupward movement. ern extension beyond Jackson. Thu options on tho right of way, taken NO MORE MUD IN ROADS. some time ago, will expire March 1, most of the land owners havu exKentucky Is nroused but HopkliiKVltle. tended options until July 1. over the question of good roads. From one extreme of thu state to tho other, GIRL ATTEMPTS SUICIDE. or, as tho politicians expressed It, "from tho Dig Handy to Mills Point," Fairmont. Miss With Klein, aged the people are evincing thu liveliest 17, employed as a domestic In tho securing better traveling home of Abo Friendham, drank a tuteresl In facilities. quantity of carbolic acid In an effort comFor years tho Stnto to commit suicide. Dr. l.eroy Howmercially and socially us n result of ard was called and attended tho her bad roads, Now tho peoplo havo girl and it is thought Hha awakened to remedy matters In the will recover. Trouble over a love central portion, nround l.oxlngton, caused her to attempt her life. Fiankfort, Versailles and westward to havo been magnifilulsvllle, there WILL PROBATED. cent ronds for a long time, but In tho along tho southern eastern tiertlon, Mt. Sterling. The will of Mrs. Mln-ne- i . border and throughout tho entire half Crouch Henry was probated In tho ' of tho statu west of Ioulsville, there Her farm of lloiirhou county court. ' In n woeful lack of properly built and 100 acres Is left to her four children, first-class build-lngt,$8- 0 o uf-fa- Moro than 200 Shrlncrs arrived in Owcnsboro this afternoon for tho purpose of taking 30 novices over tho hot sands of the desert at thu Owensboro armory. Headed by the Owonsboro Third Regiment band and accomCONTRACT FOR EXTENSION. panied by tho local Shrlncrs, a procession was formed which paraded Whltcaburg. The contract has through tho principal streets. A banbeen nwarded for tho Yount'B Fork of quet was served. Boone branch of the Lexington & Kastern in the Iloone's Fork coal HIGH PRICES AT DANVILLE. field. It wilt bo six miles long. Along the route are veins seven to eleven Danville. The highest prlco paid coking feet In thickness of upon the local breaks tocoal, while there are' virgin forests of for tobacco crop of hardwood. In the main Iloone's Fork day was $42 a hundred. Ono field there will bu nt least four 3,270 pounds averaged $26.57, while another of 1,560 pounds averaged branches of the I,. & E. $33.08 a hundred. Many baskets sold from $35 to $42 a hundred. ROBERT CAMPBELL DIES. Owcnsboro. FOUND GUILTY. Newport As a scquol to the sensation following tho resignation of a teacher In the church, the session of the Sunday school In draco Methodist church, one of the most fashionable churches in Newport, hroko up In n row when members of tho factions became Involved In a heated argument. Tho debate reached such proportions that the pastor, Itev. John O. Schalhly, who gained considerable prominence because of the crusade he has been making against gambling In the city, was forced to call the congregation to order, and In doing so ho denounced the members In scathing terms for their disgraceful actions. The pastor suffered a collapse and had to bo carried to his homo. Mt. Sterling. A telegram received tells of the burning of tho large general store of J. Taylor Day at Frozen Creek, Ureathltt county. Tho building and its contents werd"ricstroyed, entailing a loss of from $10,000 to $12,000, with $5,000 Insurance. Tho Day store was one of tho largest In eastern Kentucky. It Is not known how the flro originated. OVER THE SANDS. Madl-sonvlll- o MONS AND BOOKS IN THE BEST The Literary Digest, In Its Issue ot MANNER. AND LOWEST AT December 9, says In part; PRICES. "It must be rather disappointing to those who have felt great confidence Your patronage U e4 to help In the efficacy of the wave students, and to insure) which swept over the country a few years ago,' remarka a New York edi- rour getting your money's worth. tor, to learn from official sources that CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND r the last fiscal year was a In the use of alcoholic liquors. DisORDERS BY MAIL. YOU WILL GET quieting, Indeed, muses an editorial writer In the calmer air of Boston, to SATISFACTION. TERMS CASH. ADthose who have hoped 'that with the DRESS anti-saloorecord-breake- More Baer la Consumed In United States Than Any Other Country Second In Use of Spirits. LETTERREPORTS, SER- CARDS, Georgetown. In the caso of George Lancaster and the Lanter Hotel com pany. Indicted for suffering gaming on their premises, the Jury imposed a fine of $200 ukhi l.ancastcr and $500 upon tho corporation. Tho Indictment, whs brought ubout by the dlscoveruy of a number of boys engaged in a game of craps In the basement of tho hotel. PADUCAH ASSESSMENTS. Paducah. 1912 property assessments for the year in Paducah approximate which Is an increase over thu previous assessments. Tho personal assessment Is about $3,200,000. FILES SUIT FOR DIVORCE. ton Real estate nnd person-n- l Paducah. Mrs. Nell L. Washingfiled suit for divorce, alleging drunkennesa nnd cruel treatment. She also askx for Is The defendant Ilrcinan. alimony. an Illinois Centra'. $1,500 RELIGIOUS REVIVAL. Glasgow. A gencrnl religious awakening seems to bo Bwcepiug over Southern Kentucky and quite a number of successful revivals havo been The conducted slnco laU December. cottage prayer meetings are being revived and several conversion:) huvo been reporteU from these serold-tim- vices. RIVER PIRATES AT WORK. havo been at Duck's Nest, the local Capt. wluter harbor for stenmboata. Strekfusa line, reports that 1.200 feet SCtrekfuss line, reports that 1.200 feet ropo were stolen and a of preverved plkoH. Montgomery county, large quantity of brass was taken J. K. Henry of Leo Henry, Mrs. Claud McLnlu and from tho St. Pan! and tho Grey Kaglo. TAKEN TO DARDWELL. Mrs. CharloH Walls of Ilourbou county. of tho Kaglo Packet company. The personal property la left to her Wll aril Richardson, who two daughters. I'ndurah. LARGER TOBACCO ACREAGE. wns taken to Hardwell today for trial, but It was postponed. Ah the danger FIRM WINS. LOUISVILLE On account of the ReOwcnsboro. of mob violence In believed to ho vere winter throughout the Green over Klcharilson will bo kept In Jail - U W. Hancock & Mt. Sterling. district tho wheat crop 1ms ut Hardwell. lie was escorted there Co, of Louisville were the lowest River cut in half, farmers say. There been under heavy guard. bldderu for the construction of brick 13 every Indication that tho failure of streets hrthltt city, and It Ih expected tho wheat crop will causo much ot DIES OF BURNS. CHILD will be given the contract at the tho wheat land to bo plowed under council meeting and tobacco planted, thereby IncreasOycar-olCity-Opthe Central ing tho acreage of tho weed to a SALES AT GEORGETOWN. daughter of Mr. und Mtb. Wllev great extent In thla district. iNlnety Humphrey, died recently as tho crop hna Ono hundred and per cent of tho tobacco (leorgetown. result of bunia which she received. delivered and tho growers aro Tho child had been playing In tho thirty thousand pounds of tobacco been burning plant beds, preparing room, and getting too near tho grate were sold today at tho (leorgetown now Tho bidding for another crop. tire her ilres bluzed up, and sho loose leaf warehouse. wan quickly enveloped In ttutucs. llor was spirited, tho prices ranging from Moorman Suulsborry Owensboro. father, who U berlously 111, was In 3 cents to 30 cents. Tho entire crop und, catching tho of Lex Moreland averaged $20.37, tho nnd William Campbell, negroes, havo tho adjoining room charged with assault on child as she passed him. Sho died In highest average yet attained at tho been arrested the town marshal of Greenville. local market. a. few days. Paducah. Pirates In tho work two-Inc- h al, FARMERS OUT OF FEED. Carlisle.- -- Homo of tho farmers any that they aro practically out of feed and cannot procure any moro In tho country. What llttlo foddor Is avail-nblIs bringing 50 cent a shock for tho poorest quality. Tho mipply of hay has ubout been exhausted and buV.'I hay hero la Belling for $30 a ton. o FATALITY DUE TO STORM. Williamsburg. Silas Taylor was killed by a tree falling on his house In tho southern part of tho county during a storm. Another house waa blown down, but thu ocupauta escaped. KILLED IN TUNNEL. extension, was Instantly, killed yestcrdny afternoon, two large stones' falling on him from tho aide well. Thla la tho fourth death in tho Hazard tunnel. laborer on tho L. & E. Hazard. William Green, a negro HOUSE DESTROYED BY FIRE.. Dr. O. 11. Ucnson of Henderson. Campton. - Thu house and house, Glasgow, (luthrlo Barton, a farmer Howling Green, an attache of thu de King, a farmer Ridge, Metcalfe county, waa partment of agriculture at Washing- hold goods of Oliver of Cave of Imu', were destroyed by lire. Lost whon ho accidentally ton, will dlscusa features of sawing wood before tho Hoy's Corn Club. $800, with uo Insurance. sawed Into hlu Wo bouo. corn-growin- g would show emphatic decrease.' Yet, he contlnuea, thla very atate of affairs 'should Incite society great galleries ot to renewed efforts to stimulate the art will corrobor- advance of temperance.' The 4 per ate thla fact. Tho cent. Increase In the production of dismost beautiful tilled spirits over the previous banpicture In the Na- ner year, 1907, notes the New York tional Gallery In Evening Post, Ms a smaller percentage London Is Murll-lo'- s of Increase than that which haa taken "Holy Family;" in Paris, Murlllo'a place In the population of the coun"Aasumptlon of the Virgin;" In try.'" . . . Reuben's "Descent from the The following figures from the reCross;" In Florence. "The Madonna port of Royal E. Cabell, United States de lo Sedla;" in Venice, Titian's "Aa- Minister ot Internal Revenue, are presumptlon of the Virgin;" In Milan. sented In a Washington dispatch to the Leonardo'a "Last Supper;" In Berlin, New York Tribune: Guldo's "Ecco Homo;" In Rome, "The "The last year witnessed the largest Crucifixion," and In Madrid, "The production of distilled spirits In the by Raphael; In Dresden, the history ot the country, 175,402,395 gala crown of all the worlds' art "The lon having been produced, representMadonna." ing an Increase of C.823.482 gallons Tho Influence of the Dlble Is equally over the largest previous production, felt In the realm of poetry as Illus- which waa In 1907, and an Increase ot trated In Danto'a "Vision;" Tenny- 19.1G4.8C9 gallons over 1910. The proBrowning's duction, of beer, ale, etc., amounted to son's "Holy Grail;" Day," 63,216,851 barrels, nearly 4,000,000 bar"Christmas Eve," "Easter rels more than In the previous record "Death In tho Desert;" VhlttIer year, 1910. The amount ot liquor held "Our Master." In tho realm of music, the Influence In bonded warehouses for ripening of tho Hlblo Is seen In such oratorios now reaches the enormous total ot 249.279,340 gallons." as "Elijah and Paul" by Mendelssohn; "The combined Increaso" notes an"Tho Messiah" by Handel; "Tho Creation" by Haydn. Our National hymn other writer, "represents an Increase "America," was written by a clergy- of 1.3 gallons per capita," so that the "total per capita consumption Is now man. 22.29 gallons." Literature nlso has felt tho Influence a Washington This paper also quotes dispatch, which sets vory real senso Gerof tho Illblc. In a many may bo called tho homo of the forth the fact that "more beer Is conIn the United States than In niblc. and Germany Is the land ot sumed any other country, and more distilled books and learning. It Is claimed that over 25,000.000 books left tho Gorman spirits than In any other country express last year. It has been said that cept Russia." We read further: Ireland, which. In a sense has been de- In "The quantity per capita consumed the United States is uot. however, prived of tho Hlblo, Is not n land ot Indeed, It has been claim- in tho case ot beer, as great as In Belliterature. gium, the United Kingdom, Germany, ed by somo that thero are towns ot or Denmark: whllo our per capita conmoderate slzo In Ireland In which a sumption of distilled spirits Is less book store cannot' bo found. Ruskln's Austhat of beautiful gnrdens would bo but bar- than France, Denmark, Hungary, Swe-detho Netherlands, or ren deserts wero It not for tho flowers tria, Of wines, the quantity consumed taken from tho HIble. Milton's "Para-dls- In the United States is below that of Lost" Is nothing but the Hlblo In Portugal. Spain, Germany. Italy or blank verso. Hunyan In his Pilgrim Progress saw practically nothing that France; and tho per capita consumpIs less than that of France, Italy. tho Apostle John had not seen In tho tion Hook of Revelation. Shakespeare's Portugal, Spain. Switzerland. Austria, Hungary. works would be vory meager If 3r "The quantity of malt liquors constripped of nil their scrlpturo quotaIn tho United States In 1910 tions nnd references. It la claimed sumed1,451,000.000 gallons, against that Carlylo 13 but a spiritual distor- was In Germany, nnd 1.397.000.-00tion of tho Prophet Ezektel. In tho United Kingdom, that, of When wo turn to iho realm of morustrla being 430.000.000, Belgium als, tho influence ot tho Hlblo stands France 370,000,000, and Rusout In even stronger relief. A moral sia 231,000.000 gallons. geography of tho world could bo made "Of spirits tho quantity consumed In by considering tho countries that have the United States waa 133.500,000 tho Hlblo nnd those that do not. What proof gallons, against 232,750,000 in uakes Edinburgh better than Constan-IlnoplRussln, the per capita in each case beToronto better than Paris; ing 1.45 gallons, against a llttlo less Massachusetts better than Mexico? than ono gallon In tho United KingMexico was colonized a whole dom. before Massachusetts. Yet look "The quantity of beer per capita conat the moral and Intellectual contrast sumed in tho United States was, in between Massachusetts and Mexico. 1910, 20 gallons, against 31.44 gallons What bettor testimony can we havo Ic tho United Kingdom, and 2C.47 s to tho Influence of the Bible than is In Getmany. In tho consumption found In theso comparisons nnd con- of wines France leada tho world, trasts? What Is tho dlfferonco between gallons, or 3G.3C gallons per the Pilgrim fathers who camo to thla capita. In 1910. Italy In that year concountry to build up and many of tho sumed 31.17 gallons per capita; Porpresent emigrants who como to pull tugal. 27.39 gallons; Switzerland. 14.55 down tho Institutions which are prec- gallons; and the United States, lu ious to us? Doe3 not tho difference 1910, only 0.CG gallon per capita. Ho In this that thoso Pilgrims camo "Returning to the report of Mr. Cawith tho Hlblo In their hands nnd the bell, we fled him citing theso facta refear of God In their henrts, whllo a garding moonshln'ng: large number of tho emlgranta of to"A largo number of the field forco day como with neither of theso bless- haa been used during the year In deings? Say what wo will against tho tecting Illicit distilling, .vhlch practice lawB of Puritanism, they aro to nas blue Increased steadily, especially In bo much preferred to tho wldo open thoso states In which prohibitory laws continental Sabhith and tho anarchi- nave been enacted, During tho last cal spirit that too often characterize fiscal year thero wero seized and dethe emigration ot today. stroyed 2,488 distilleries, as compared tlgurca will bo Interesting and with 1,911 for tho fiscal year 1910. Somo In Tho prevalence, of this practice will Instructive In this connection. England, a Hlblo land, thero waa 1 be better understood when It Is remurder to every 178,000 Inhabitants; called that there were operated last In Holland, a Hlblo land, 1 to every year omy 923 registered distilleries in 100,000; In Austria, a land which Is the entiro United States." half and halt Bible, 1 to every 57,000; Tho commissioner nlso finds that In Spain, a land ot no HIble, 1 to ev- opium smoking la on the Increase, that ery 4,114; In Naples, a land of no opium "Joints" exists In nearly all ot HIble, 1 to every 2,750; and in Homo, our cities and that the present statutes tho city of no Ulblo, 1 to every 950. forbidding Its use and manufacture are Further, In speaking of tho defective." of tho Hlblo In tho realm of morula, it la claimed that In London, Drunkard's Bequest. a Hlblo city, 4 births out of every 100 The following la a will left by a wero Illegitimate; in Paris, where the drunkard of Oswego, N. Y.: "I leave HIble la seldom read, 48 out ot every to society a ruined character and a 100; In Vienna, whero thero Is prac- wretched example. I leave to my tically no Hlblo, tor every 100 legiti- parents as much sorrow as they can mate births, 118 wero Illegitimate; and In their feeble stato bear. I leave to In Rome, whero the Hlblo Is practical- my brothers and slstera as much ly a forblddcu book, for every 109 legi- shame, and mortification as I could timate blrtba thero were 243 Illegiti- bring on them. 1 leave to my wife a mate. broken heart a life of shame. I Yet In spito ot theso facts somo leave to each of my children povmen today are trying to get rid ot erty, Ignorance, a low character and tho Bible. Should wo not count that a remembrance that their father Ailman a traitor to his Ood and1 to his ed a drunkard's grave." country who would destroy tho Ulblo? Ant-wer- p, Sis-Un. o 0 cen-lury I gal-on- progress of thought, liquor-drinkin- g Berea Printing School BEREA. KY. Houses to Rent To those who have children to edu- cate and with to reside m Berea for a longer or snorter time to enjoy Its educational advantages, the College haa a number of houses, large and small, some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonabla term. Adriresa THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. THE 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 PROSPECTS OF RECOVERY. Rates Ono Dollar a duy and up. Bond for prompt payment required. For further particulars address THE BEREA HOSPITAL BEREA, KY. THIS this community. J Mr. Merchant You say you've got it all. You're selling them all they'll buy, anyhow. But at the same time you would like more business. J Make this community buy more. CJ Advertise strongly, consistently, judiciously. J Suppose you can buy a lot of vvashtubs cheap; advertise a big washtub sale in this paper. ad. is directed at the who has oil the business in his line in ture of a washtub where people can see it the minute they look at your ad. Talk strong on washtubs. And you'll find every woman in this vicinity who has been getting along with a rickety washtub for years and years will buy a new one from you. J That's creative business power. OURj AD. RATES ARE RIQHT CALL ON US Put in an inviting pic- Uoijr1,l.M. br W, N. O.) TRADE MORAL The quality ol what you have to sell is known to some people all of the tlmo and all of the people some ot the time, but advertise regularly with us and you'll reach all of the people all of tho time. Page Four. THE CITIZEN. interesting features to tho visitor. 43 ix., defeating Mayflold'a team Tho smaller press is a Goldlng Pearl, by nn nvcrflgo of il 4 seconds to which Is built especially for rapid tho man. Tlicro was much Interest In tho con. work. Tho larger press Is ono of tho famous Washington hand presses, test and other such events arc planwhich wilt bo used mostly for taking ned for tho near future, proofs nnd for small job work. It will also bo used for printing newsPOLICE COURT NEWS papers onco or twlco each term. 7-3-- March 7, 1912. tho reform tncasuro which camo thcra from tho uppor bod. ( . la W. Rcduso and B. Nuform - Feb. 21, 1912 Regular Session. John Wilson, charged with BelUio ling liquor, was dismissed on Tho doop snow nnd the modernto ground that he hnd been placed In made of temieraturo of tho last fow days Jeopardy twlco fcr tho samo offence. havo given nlmost a resistless InWorld-know- n John Ballard, charged with furnishfor vitation to every ono girls and boys, ing nud giving liquor to a minor, was otudonts and teachers, the young nnd tried and fined $50 nnd alt costs. DURABILITY tho old to Join in tho winter 'fcport FOR SALE Harry Gabbard nnd Henry Combs of childhood enow balling. and STRENGTH wero tried and fined $5 each nnd nil On Center Street a good lot knows Tho larger number ot students this costs. They wero charged with breach ana as tho John Bales place. Hous year makes it safa to say that Heron of tho pence. barn on lot. Oood reason for selling, has never known beforo such warTho caso of Frank Klrby and owe monoy. D. N. Welch. fare ns Inst Saturday's relapse Into others, who aro charged with diswinter called forth. Isn't it a pity charging firearms within tho city that all warfaro Is not as innocent j limits, was continued until lh March ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE and harmless? Why, It Is said by tho term of court, except Link Lako who You pay less or get more authorities that not ri window has was dismissed by order of tho proAny ono having a claim or claims m been broken thruout tho Collego prem- secuting attorney. against the estate of S. E. Welch, do- - P, ises. The cases of Chas. Ballard nnd Pat ceased, is hereby notified to present Dr. and 'Mrs. Preston Cornelius cn- - j And montlon should be mado of Cruise, charged with n breach of the same, proicrly verified, to John o tertalned, nt dinner, on Tuesday even-nn- d another romnrknblo thing in Berea. tho peace, wero continued for pro- W. Welch, administrator, on or being, Prof, Mrs. C. F. Rumold, Mr. Tho grounds have been enveloped for foro April 2nd, 1912, or samo will cess. and Mrs. James W. Stephens, Mr. soveral days In a mantel of white, be barred. Edwin S. Fee ot Clarksburg, Ind, Dr. and the snow boro not n stain of toJohn W. Welch, Admr. NEWS OF THE WEEK Benson H. Roberts and bacco Julco. nor around nny building and 'Mrs. NEWS OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM o ' daughter, Mrs. Hallett of Pittsburg, was there to bo seen a clgarctto or (Continun! dura fill xj(r VARIETY OF SOURCES o ANNOUNCEMENT Penn. cigar stub. It Is doubtful If this could be sold of any other institution In the Government representatives are oBoiotoiototoioioioioiolo ' Mrs. Laura Jones and son, William, We 'aro authorised to announce tho said to be bate. It Is hoied that the It's a story that never grows old ore in Cincinnati this week on busi- tho world. snow balling a ) loss of control of the authorities Is candidacy of Mr. C. C. Wallace of Rovertlng to tho "Save that difference." ness. fow aro Ignorant or forgetful of tho only temporary and thnt tho drastic Richmond, Ky., as a delegate from Miss Lou Phillips and Miss Pearl used will quell tho spirit this, the bth District, to tho NatiMiss Nettle Oldham, who Is now rales of tho game, nnd some, going measures Robbtns wero guests of Miss Hess onal Republican Convention to bo atof riot. attending Richmond State Normal, about their business, havo been Vaughn, Friday and Saturday. CITT P1IONK IBS held In Chicago, June ISth. GOING FOR STEPHENSON tacked. It is all right to throw snow I was tho guest ot Mrs. Bert Codding-to- n o Mr. Wallaco Is an Attorney of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sharp, who Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. pass- - j Four of thu Sennto members of tho balls but not nt or j from Sunday till Tuesday. nnd tho presIn Richmond made a short visit with friends and Investigating the election crs-bneither at those too young or committee Co. relatives here, returned to their homo Messrs. U. S. Wyatt and Chas. Pres- too old to cngago In tho sport or of United Stall's Sonator Stephenson ent Chairman ot tho Madison DAN H. BRECK In Becklcy, W. Va., last Wednesday. ton have Just returned from Texas, defend themselves, nor at those who of Wisconsin have dissented from the Republican Committee. Ho has been Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock Mr. and Mrs. Grant Isaacs ot Valmajority report nnd bcathlngly de- prominent In Republican politics for where they have been spending u do not want to enter into tho game, j INSURANCE ley View wero tho guests ot Mr. and few days looking out for a home. nounced tbo methods by which tho a number of years, and his services and loyalty have been such as not Will sign.your bond. Mrs. J. K. Baker at tho first of tho Senator wcurod his elcctlou. CROSS COUNTRY RUN j Dr. and Mrs. Roberts aro enjoyThe Lorlmer Investlgntlou will like- only to commend htm to tho considerRichmond, Ky. weok. Phone 505 Tho first competitive cross country ly tako a back sent now, and tho ation of tho Republicans of Madison Who said everybody didn't trade ing a visit from their daughter and little granddaughter, Mrs. Henry M. run known In Berea took place lost Illinois Senator get timo to get his County, but to tho district at largo. L. ic N. TIME TABLE. at Welch's T Mr. Wallace, while appreciating tho Hallett and baby, of Pittsburg. Saturday afternoon. Joso Garcia ami breath, whllo his brother, a little North Bound Local Miss Halllo L. Embroc, granddaughi 10:65 p. m. Samuel Mayficld, tho best dlstanco farther north, clinches tho arms former services nnd tho greatness of 7:00 a. m. Knoxvllle ter of Father Fee, Is spending severMarch 26th is tho date this year. 3:52 a. m. men in school, had each a team ot of his chair In an effort to hold his Mr. Roosevelt, Is committed to tho 1:04 p. m. BEREA al days with Mrs. Marsh and other 7:45 a. m. 6:30 p. m. seat. There Is nn old saying, how- renomln.itlon of Pres. Tnft, feeling Cincinnati frlonds in Berca. 3Ilss Embrce was a ever, that "money makes the maro that tho Taft Administration has South Bound Local student hero eight years ago. Sho 8:15 p. m. go," and it Is safe to predict that bcon bo great ns to doseno not only 6:30 a. m? Cincinnati years as n has spent tho last seven 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. in. BERE4 there won't be nny vacant seat elthor tint endorsement of tho party, but missionary In South America. four years' leaso of llfo. (:55 p. m. 5:5t a. m. Knoxvllle In tbo representation ot Illinois or another Mr. and 'Mrs. Hardin Golden enWhllo holding to theso convictions, Express Trains Wisconsin In tho Upper House. tertained the following at dinner on however, ho will undcrtnko to faithNATIONAL HOARD OF TRADE Stop to take on and let of beyond Dayton, O., or from February 27th: Dr. and Mrs. R. H. It was I'm!. Roosevelt that called fully represent tho Republicans from Cowley, Rev. and Mrs. B. H. Roberts, which tho 8th District at Chicago It they tho first House of Governors Atlanta and beyond. Rev. and Mrs. Howard Hudson, Mr. Ik proving liencflclal In tho matter of Instruct otherwise. South Bound land Mrs. Howard E. Taylor, Mr Bur bringing nlout uniform laws In the 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati gess, Miss Burgess and Mrs. F. O. ANNOUNCEMENT 11:44 a. m. BEREA various states. Now Pres. Tait Is Hayes. taking a step which may havo quite North Bound To tho Democrats and Citizens af FOR SALE: Two f ino White Orpingas liniortnnt results. The President 4:46 p. m. BEREA County, Kentucky: ton cocks, 7 months old. G. H. Fol-toproposes a national board of trado Madison 8:37 p. m. Cincinnati I hereby announco my candidacy Jackson St., Borca. which shall represent tho commertho offlco ot Judge of tho Madicial and Industrial organizations of for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coylo of MitMr. William Doolcy spent, Saturson County Court, and I will appretho country. Tho Idea is to bring chell, Indiana, arrived, Saturday, for day and Sunday with hometolks. bo under many obligations business men Into touch with tho ciate and a visit with relatives. to you for your support. If nominatEGGS from Single Comb Brown Government for mutual advice and Tho lodge of tho Fraternal Brothered and elected, I pledge myself to Leghorns, CO cents per 15. SIMON hulpfulnc&s. hood gave a social to a largo numtho enforcement of tho laws against Berca, Ky. MUNCY. ber of their friends, Tuesday evenall offenders allko; to show no partiMr. Edwin S. Fee ol Clarksburg, ing IN OUR OWN STATE of last week, in tho Odd Fellows ality for or toward any one; to do Ind., son ot Father Fee, is now spend- hall on Chestnut St. Light refresh(CnntinuM fnwn fir(gr) everything I can for tho advanccmeat ing several days visiting his many ments wore served. in Berea. friends soldiers, of good roads without favoring any henceforth To do the greatest good to the under certain limitations, will bo pen- particular section ot the County; to The Misses Nettle Lewis and Lula greatest number ot people Is the everyeno having business In say sioned from the stato funds. It has treat Begley of Hyden, Ky., who are atslogan at Welch's. offlco courteously and kindly; to commonly been said that tho Contending tbo Richmond State Normal you In tho offlco at all Rev. Brookshire, tho pastor of tho federate roldlcrs havo proved them- welcomo were in town visiting friends from to seo that the tax pa7r Silver Creek church, filled the pulpit selves better off without pensions timos, and Saturday until Tuesday. gt full valuo for every cent of monat tho Baptist church, Sunday mornthan tho Union soldiers with pensions, Tho Y. M. C. A. meeting, Sunday ey expendod by tho County. Hoping and It that Is true, wo regret tho night, was led by Prof. Rumold. Ills ing. Pure blooded Barred Rocks' eggs, passage and approval ot this act. It to havo a favorable consideration at subject was "Bill." He gave a very your hands, 1 am yours very truly, Edwards, would not bo hard to find other good interesting and practical talk in 40 cents per setting. T. A. ii. c, , Phone, 185. reasons for regretting it, but in exstory form. 1 WANTED: Energetic student in pressing them wo might bo considerAll homo talent March 26th. College to sell "Stage Beauty" ed behind tho spirit of tho times. Mr. Chester Parks who was taken Berea twelve men which they hod chosen to 2 cans Tomatoes and I Corn, 25c opiortunlty CHICKS HATCHED TO ORDER LIBRARIAN RESIGNS to his home near Kingston last week Posters. Excellent ?3Q from a list of volunteers for tho weekly. Tho William F. Yust. Librarian of the 3 cans Corn 25c typhoid fever Is reported to be imake from $20 to with right man will bo guaranteed exclu- from several of tho leading breeds. raco. Louisville Freo Library, has offered 3 cans Peas slowly Improving. 25c particulars nnd prices. M. sive territory. Write me personally. Writo for The course was probably between his resignation to the board ot trusEverybody Is happy because they jF. 25c two and tbrco miles, beginning tt tees. Ho goes to accept a position 3 cans Pie Peaches . Gordon Art L. Spink, Borca, Ky. E. Armstrong, Pres., I Tr " Gllllgan and Scoles, !c - New York Cit' tho tabernacle, to Main Street, down In New York. Tho Llbrnry at Louis- Heavy Syrup Table Peaches, 20c ,7,r 600D ENTERTAINMENT The Messrs. Walnut Meadow Plko to tho fair ville has bad rather a stormy timo 2 cans Waldorf Corn. . ..25c Tho ovenlng of March 2C is look representing tho Literary Societies grounds, ones around the track, over for tho last fow months. The strug-gl- o 2 cans Waldorf Peas ed forward to with much pleasuro by I Although tho wcuther was disagree- tho hill to Richmond Pike nnd in of Berca College were in Lexington, seems to bo duo to tho Impossimusic lovers of Berea. The Orches Waldorf Tomatoes 15 usual Lyceum to tho post offlco. Tho ground was in able, tho where they met delegates all almost Friday, i bility of keeping anything in Jouls-vill- e Navy secured by tho Ly Beans audionco greeted the Orchestral 5c per pound from tho different colleges of tic tral Entertainers aavo oecn bad condition and tho mon mndo good politics. No doubt out ot ceum committee greaiiy Saturday evening. " State for the purpose of choosing Choice Dried Peaches, time considering tho mud and cold. Llbraran Yuct Is glad to get awuy. enjoyed and appreciated but Berca Whllo tho program was not up to Judges for the Intcrcolleglato OratoriLOSE THEIR FIGHT peoplo toko great delight in homo 'Mayficld came In first In 18 mlu. AT tho standard of tbo Boston la Orchescal contest, which will bo held In Tho forces of righteousness In talent and aco expecting to bo treat- tra, as it wac not expected to bo, 2S sec. Garcia mado It In 19 mln. 13 Winchester, May 3rd. generous sample of Lexington, attempting to Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for ed to a fair and it was good, well rendered and very sec, Slier In 19 mln. 28 sec, Portor saloons, editorial mention combat the of which It when tho Berea College band gives generally appreciated, some pronouncit 19 mln. 39 sec. Tho slowest timo setting, 75 cents per setting ot 15. pago, lost in tholr its annual concert. ing it better than tho Schcldkrvt In was 22 mln. 43 sec Tho average timo" Is made on tho 8th Call at Collcgo Farm. Delivers Any Time for Garcla's twclvo men wno 20 mln. fight, tho council promptly kllllug The salo Is over but we go on somo features. Kindling wood for sale. Call at Welch's. at Worthy ot special mention was Uio College Farm. Alpha Zeta Literary Society was cornctlct, and In certain numbers tho Miss Margaret Dlzncy who has boon in the hospital with lagrlppo Is able honored by tbo prebonco of tho flutist and violinist were very good will continue for few Orchestral Entertainers lust Friday indeed. to bo out. The grnco nnd caso ot each memevening. Tho Entertainers gavo the Society a tuw of their best numbers ber of tho company beforo tho aumore days on all After dience was rather marked, there bewhich wero greatly enjoyed. the society adjourned thoy wero es- ing an cntiro absence ot tho convencorted to Boono Tavern by four ot tional or what Is sometimes called artistic stiffness, a ploaslng naturalthe members. The best way on earth to do so FOR SALE: Puro Rhode Island Red ness taking Us place. Ladies' Ladies1 Long Coats Suits & Tho roadlng, whllo not professing is to buy candy, pencils, tablets, eggs for hatching 75 cents to $1.00 composition books, neckwear, for 15 eggs. Orders taken now. Phono to bo high class, was entertaining, WORTH $10.00 for $7.00 WORTH $20.00 for $14.50 WORTH $15.00 for $10.50 hosiery, post cards, jewelry, Mrs. D. S. Bodkins, No. 171-nnd, as was tho case with tho musiWORTH $15.00 for $10.50 WORTH WORTH $12.50 for $8.75 cal numbers, called forth repeated $7.00 for $4.75 chinaware, and get all your or address R. R. 1, Paint encores. needs supplied at : : : : Lick, Ky. for $3.50 WORTH WORTH $10.00 for $7.50 WORTH $10.00 for $7.50 $5.00 Tho Lyceum Commlttco has mado Miss Halllo Embroo gavo a short good again In tho estimation of Tho but very Interesting talk on her work Citlzou. This ii only a few of tbe Bargain! we are offering. All Winter goods have THE RACKET STORE In the evening service at the Christian church last Sunday. Next Sunbeen greatly reduced. NOW is the time to buy if you want to SAVE MONEY PRINTING SCHOOL FIXTURES day she will speak at tbo morning And don't forget the music and services on her work in South AmeriTho new class room tor the school "THE QUALITY STORE" OF the place. Everybody knows ca. or printing in tho Industrial building where to find "THE RACKET WANTED: All your turkeys and has received many valuable additions STORE." : : chickens at a good price. J. 8. Gott, to its oqulpment during the past BEREA, KENTUCKY Depot Stroot. month. The now presses aro the most SNOW BALLING Corsets arc Mill Fabrics their COURTS INVOKED4" ot 8cnobcrth, Roprcscnlatlvo Woodford County, who expects to compoto with Campbell Cantrlll for tho nomination In tho 7th Congressional District, which District tho Legislature excepts from tho recently approved Compulsory Primary Law, asked tho Fayutto Circuit Court for nn injunction against tho Congressional Committee nnd a tompornry ordor holdwas granted last Wednesday ing up tho election called for March 10th. COYLE'S DRY GOODS STO RE LOCAL PAGE I 00000000000OBO000000000000U0 oaoaoooooaoooooso2 DR. BEST, DENTIST ( prom-lucnc- y, ! 1 BUGGIES A complete line of n, BANNER, PARRY and HOUGHTON BUGGIES now at Welch's. We tell you what they are and stand behind 'them. WELCH'S ri. r 1 " T Y. -- 25' 12c TATUM'S tor-ov- er KEEP SWEET Reduced Prices Overcoats Skirts a winter 4, Wal-lacet- HAYES & GOTT March 7 ioij, THE CITIZEN. It was very kind Indeed ot you to ,Vnd, mo tho letter which reached mo" Jinit beforo our day of prayer for colleges- - You may bo' very sum that wo havo had Derca In mind today, With "very best wishes,, and cordial groetlngs, Yours sincerely, Charles R. Erdman. Page Five. Mr. Housekeeper: wife from fret and worry? , " ' ' . Why not let the Telephone do some of the work at home 7and "save ..your ' " 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 From Holy Trinity, Philadelphia My dear Dr. Frost: I am remembering you this weok, nnd I pray that a great blessing may buy the same for less goods at Engle's Store money" l" BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED FORMER STUDENT WRITES ' I como as a result of your services. 1 bcllovo In them thoroughly, particularly when they are undor wlso control ns I know yours aro. May God bless you all. Clothing, Shoes, I?ry Goods, Flour, Meal, Sugar, Coffee Always The Best Faithfully yours, Fay W. Tomklns. EASTERN KENTUCKY (Conlliiunl from 81nismivUlc, Ky., Feb. 29, '12. Dear f rnds of Derea: Moat ot yon nro uwan: Hint I loft Dorm a month ago for ft change, In my work and to rout up from my stud- Irs till next September, when 1 lioHi to Ira toiiKh enough to grapple with tho problems of mathematics successfully, mid not havo to Hit no near tho door lu 1'rof. Scald's Latin lt pagt class. '1'hlH Is a flno pi net! to get tough and I am taking advantago of every opportunity having changed my "patent leathers" for a pair of boot and having donned a nlco pair of fifty-cuoveralls. Tho mutftdown at Lincoln Is not very bad now It Is only kneo deep, and as my work takes mo to various parts of thu farm, I soma times think that being In Prof. clans Isn't much worso Scale's than Uils after all. I am enjoying tho cliango very much and feeling GO ivr cent better nt Wagers attended Court at Richmond, Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Evans nro rejoicing over a Hon, horn tho 27th of Feb. F. M. Collins of Irvlno was nmotig friends hero tho last of tho Ming Ilosa Arvlno was In Ir' week. vine, Saturday night and Sunday, to i seo her nlcco, Miss Suo Parsons, who has pneiiincnla. ' . ? LAUREL COUNTY VIVA slnco coming hero. Tho peoplo arc Nora Brumltt Viva, Feb. SJ.-t- ylss of Corbln Is visiting her stater, Mrs. Addlo Centers. Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. W. Mooro and llttfo grandson, Oscar, ri turned tho 2flth. They havo been lsltlng rvlatlves at Dcrea, Livingston nnd Kast Dernstndt. They will stay a fow days with their daughter, Mrs. '.Mattle Jones at Vlvn, and then return to their homo at Tyner. Worn to Mr. nnd Mrs. Den Miller, tho 13th, u nlco lKy. Tho baby la doing flno hut the mother hns been quite sick. Moody Bible Institute Dear Dr. Frost: asking' Your noto of the second us to remember your protracted meetpart. What I desired to do was to have ing in prayer was duly received. It prompt action and such action wo happened to reach us on a day which will now havo, I have no doubt a wo had set apart for prayer, and wo liberal bill will pass at this session. wero glad to remember your work Tho Sherwood Illll has not been kill- with our own. All that concerns you ed but may bo substituted. However, Interests us, and wo aro glad for your 1 am freo to say prosperity, that It will not be. I am hoping somo day to bo ablo 1 am on tho ground nnd think I know whnt Is best for tho true in- to visit tho college, and whenever terest of tho soldier and shall not you com to Chicago I trust you hesitate to do all In my power to will remember that our door Is open. Wo will bo glad to entertain you for accomplish thnt Interest. any length ot tlmo In D. L. Moody's Yours truly, suite ot rooms, which wo keep sacred W. O. Dradlcy. to his memory for the uso of such guests as yourself. It would bo a PRAYERS FOR BEREA great inspiration to our faculty nnd Continurd from Flrnt rijte ary second, and praying that great student body to havo an address good may como to tho collcgo In from you. Cordially yours, theso days. James M. Gray. Yours fraternally, Ozora S. Davis. F rom President of Knoxville College My Dear Dr. Frost: Thank you for permitting us to know of your meeting and thus sharo Cash and Small Profits Why Pay Mote? Phone 60 R. J. ENGLE. Berea, Ky. Rochester Theological Seminary Prosldcnt W. O. Frost, Derca, Ky. My dear President Frost: Your letter of February 2nd was received In duo time. It was read In our noon prayer mooting today and special prayer was offered In behalf of tho meetings you speak ot. Wo sliicorely hopo great results will crown your efforts In this noblo work. yourself. I am, Ever faithfully yours, Sincerely yours, A. Z. Conrad. J. W. A. Stewart. - From Pastor of Park Street Church, from tho hills. Tho wholo country la Boston. (Berea's Commencement to toel the strength of character and' Orator last year.) tho ability ot somo of thoso young peoplo. Itcv. William G. Frost, D. D., It Is a pleasuro to rejolco with Derea College, Derea, Ky. thom that do rejolco. Dear Dr. Frost: Very truly yours, Yours of February 19th at hand. I P. D. Dodge. cannot tell you how rejoiced I am with tho marvelous results of your First Christian Church Gospel Campaign. Yes, it is truo, Louisville, Ky., Fob. 28, 1912. gets such a President Wm. thero is nothing that O. Frost, grip upon tho heart as tho plain Dorea, Ky. presentation ot Jesus Christ as tho My dear Mr. President: Saviour of men. It Is tho ono thing Accopt my congratulations on tho that does appeal to tho human heart; splendid work of which you write me, K will havo a prodigious influenco and also upon your complete- recovery upon your collego from every standof health. point, In tho matter of scholarship, Your llttlo poem Is a gem, and deportment and general progress In breathes a fine spirit of confidence Collogo work. It Is glorious and I reand courage. joice with you. You havo .done a great work, and '.Mrs. Conrad Joins mo in very I trust you may bo. spared to continue warmest- regards to Mrs. Frcst and It for many years. ,Yours sincerely, E. L. Powell. PROCESSION TO KALI TEMPLE, EAST (INDIA) EPISODE, PAGEANT OF DARKNESS EACH DAY, MARCH Oth TO APRIL Oth. AND LIGHT. Married tho 21th, Mr. Hens Owens' with you In supplication at the throno nnd when winter departs I think tho country hero will bo very to 'Miss Laura Hatfield, also, John for your meetings. I read your letk prayer meeting Scott to Miss tana Miller. Wo wish ter at our btiautlful. Lincoln Institute Is very favorably them nil many happy days. Georgo nnd several very earnest prayers wero situated nnd 1 think somo day will F.mory got very badly burned In this offered for Dcrea, and it will bo on bo a great Institution. It Is on tho Wild Cat mines last week In a ow-d- our hearts all week. Wo look forward explosion. Holly Deatty was call- to a week of evangelistic meetings street car lino between Louisville and Shelbyvlllu and Is located on n hill ed to IlusBel Co. to see his brother here, beginning on tho 11th, with somewhat llko our much loved 1 la- who fell dead. Ho was nupposed to much expectation. May wo havo your rva. None of Its buildings are finish-u- l havo had heart failure. Leo Conglo-ton- 's prayers for those meetings with us? It will help us In our meetings If stnvo dresser Is ready to go to fur yet except somo residences we might hear from you of tho blesi-In- g tho laborers of tho Institute, but work this week. that camo to you this week. ttevoral buildings aro under construcGARRARD COUNTY Yours for tho 'Master, tion nnd aro exacted to bo ready PAINT I.1CK. R. W. McGranahan. for use by fall. Tho Inclement weathl'alnt Lick, Mnr. 3. James Pickard er bus very much retarded work this went to Knox Co. last week on busi- Pastor of Old South Church, Boston winter. But they am hoping to bo ness. Tom Eden and wife wero tho Fob. 6, 1912. nolo to open up work in good earnguests of Mr. Kdeu's parents at Slate President William G. Frost, D. D., est soon and to let noplo know Lick, Saturday night. W. Kcnfro has Deroa College, Dcrea, Ky. that Uiero Is a Lincoln lustltuto ot moved to S. W. Holcomb's placo nnd Dear President Frost: Kentucky. Your noto Is received, nnd In rewill farm thero this year. D. N. With good wishes to all my friends Welch, postmaster at Korea, bought turn let mo assure you that our In Dereu and elsewhere, 1 am, farm hero. Mr. nnd Mrs. thoughts aro with you at this most ii good Very Sincerely yours, camo lii)p"'itant hour, and with tho devout-eCharley Rogers of Frankfort J. II. Long. last Friday night to seo their daughgood wishes. Editorial Nolo; Very truly yours, ter, Mrs. Suslo Stowo, who is very In our local column two weeks ago sick. It. II. Sopor has sold his horso Georgo A. Gordon. wo made tho mistake, In rcterrlug to to Olllo Doan. Ho will soon start for From the Bishop of Albany, whose Mr. Long's departure from Dcrea, of Villa Grove, 111. Justus Ponder has hymns we all sing saying thut ho had gono to Lincoln been very sick with mumps tho 'Memorial School which Is at Cum- past weok. Chns. Itogcrs, Jr., and My dear Dr. Frost: I shall bo mcro than glad to berland Cap Instead of Tho Lincoln wlfo of Cnrtcrsvlllo nnd Geo. Uogcrs havo you In mind In your good work Institute at Slmpsonvlllc. guests of of Copper Crock wcro tho In my prayers during meeting. their father nnd mother, Mr. nnd I am glad you havo thothis encouraging NUGGETS FROM DIFFERNT MINES Mrs. W. I. Itogcrs, last Saturday inci ot tno good work that has boen night. dono by tltoso who havo gono out Too many men never pralso their from tho school, wives till after they bury them. SENATOR BRADLEY EXPLAINS liellovo mo always, Tho more iieoplo know, tho less Continued from page oncv Very cordially, they brag about It. W. C. Doane. Tho whls)or of a slanderer can ported, each Senator reserving tho bo heard further than Uiunder. Princeton Theological Seminary right to offer amendments. That hill Tho richest man Is tho ono who con has li?en reported and now cither President William G. Frost, give away tho most without regret- tho Sherwood or Duruham bill can Derca College, Deren, Ky. ting it. be substituted for it in wholo or in Mv dear President Frost: nlco mld-woeer el From Moody's Son The Northfield Schools President Frost, Dorea College, Berea, Ky. Dear President Frost: I want to assure you of my sympathetic Interest In tho meetings which ro now In progress In Dcrea. How I would love to bo present In person to seo tho work, but Inasmuch as i cannot bo, I do appreciate tho prlvl-leg- o I havo ot entering Into tho fellowship ot prayer with you. I had tho pleasure ot spending tho day' nt Derea Collego two years ago, and havo never forgotten the pleasure of that visit. Sometlmo I hopo that It may bo my prlvilogo to repeat It, tor I should love to seo more ot the work, nnd go Into tho homes In tho country round about. Yours very sincerely, W. It. Moody. Ohio Wesleyan University President William O. Frost, Derca Collego, Derea, Ky: Dear President Frost: Just a word to tell you that wo havo been praying for Derea during your special meetings and trust that tho Lord has given you rich blessings and that tho leaven ot tho spirit has come to many a Derca student's heart. Wo aro also praying that your health may tho Derea may future as It has been in tho past. With overy good wish, I am bo Improved and bo blessed richly in that Heartily yours, D. E. Cartmell. From the Bishopof Eastern Kentucky Lexington, Ky., Feb. 13, 1912. My dear Doctor Frost: I earnestly pray that tho protracted meeting, of which you wrote, may havo left a permanent Impression for good on all who camo under Its Influence. You yourself, with your tremendous burdons, aro tho ono needing most our sympathetic petitions. May you havo tho grace needed and tho results desired. ( on you. Mrs. Rose would Join me In From the Author of "Our Country" New York, Feb. 27, 1912. good wishes. It she know I was writPresident William G. Frost, ing. Dorea College, Derea, Ky. Yours cordially, My dear Friend: Chas. J. Rose. Your letter of tho 19th Inst-- brought Union Theological Seminary, New good cheer, for which I am thankful. I rejolco with you In tho frultfulness York of your recont efforts. Tho Reverend President I note your purpose to train theso William G. Frost, D. D. young recruits for servlccI find that Derea College, Berea, Ky. Jesus made that tho universal and Dear Dr. Frost: I Just havo your lotter ot February final tost of character as taught In 19th. It is a splendid thing that you the picture which Is given to us In chapter of Matthew, havo been doing. I trust you will bo tho twenty-fift- h "universal" because all nations aro ablo to niako all tho students into gathered, and "final" because this la apostles. the last Judgment; and I observe that Very cordially yours, there aro Just two kinds ot people In Francis Drown. tho world. Thero Is every possible gradation of Intelligence and IgnorBerea's Former Treasurer ance, of wealth and poverty, of posiTullniadgo, Feb. 27, 1912. tion and Influence, but only two kinds Pres. Wm. G. Frost, of peoplo, those who havo served and Ky. Derea, thoso who have not. I notice further Dear Dro. Frost: Glad to know ot the succoss ot that although tho great historic vilyour special meetings. What a largo lains aro there on tho left hand, no potential enorgy for tho betterment montlon Is made ot tho crimes that ot life and for tho kingdom of God havo soiled tho pages of history, all tor something ot in the earth Derca Collego Is help- are condemned ing to storo up In those mountain which all In common are guilty, that regions. And It will not bo kept Is, for having lived selfishly. With most fraternal regards, I am, thero. You may boo tho day when It Yours as always, will bo coming forth llko the water The Ohio Baptist Convention. Office of Secretary and Superintendent of Missions Granvlllo, 0., Fob. 24, 1912. Pres. W. G. Frost, Derca, Ky. My dear Dr. Frost: I havo your letter of tho 19th. It Is very kind in you to remember us and to think wo would bo Interested in your work, which we certainly are. I rejoice with you exceedingly at tho splondid oldtime results ot your meetings In Berea and that so many havo been brought into the Kingdom. God Is certainly blessing your work In that needy section ot our country. My prayer Is that Ho will continue to pour his showers of blessings up' Presbyterian Board of Education Philadelphia, Feb. 27, 1912. President W. G. Frost, Derea Collego, Berea, Ky. Dear Dr. Frost: Your favor of February 19th addressed to Dr. Cochran Is received during his absence from the city. Upon his return to tho office early In March your communication will bo brought to his attention and I have no doubt he will wrlto you. It Is certainly most interesting to read tho wonderful report which you make In regard to work which Is being dono at yoar collego. With kind regards, I remain, Cordially yours, E. R. Storrett, Treas. Joslah Strong. Faithfully yours, Lewis W. Durton. BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE PETTUS C& PARKS CHESTNUT STREET, BEREA, KENTUCKY S)ru08, flfcebfdnes, Chemicals PERFUMERY, SOAP, SYRINOES, BRUSHES, COMBS, A COMPLETE LINE HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES DOOLEY'S FOR EVERYTHING PrieesRiRht J. D. CLARKSTON OivcUs aCall MAIN STREET, near Bank TO EAT Fresh and cured meats and lard, Fish and Oysters. HIGHEST WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY We Handle The Purest and Best Goods In addition to the advantages of getting the very best grade ot goods in our line at a reasonable price, we ore in a position to show you how to obtain a handsome set of "ROGERS' SILVERWARE" at about the regular price. .. .. one-thir- d PALACE MEAT MARKET Chester Parks The Feed Man PHONE 64. 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He learns that the girl's name Is Jeanne Fielding and that the yacht has come north to seek signs of her father. Captain Fielding, an arctic explorer. A party from the yacht Is making search ashore. After Cayley departs Jeanne finds that he had dropped a slick. Pantaln iMsnek nn.l the surviving crew of his wrecked whaler are In hiding on the coast. A giant ruffian named Roscoe. had murdered Field Ing and his two companions, after the explorer had revealed the location of an enormous ledge of pure gold. Iloscoo then look command of the party. It develops that the ruffian had committed the murder witnessed by Cayley. Itoscoe plan lo rapture the yacht and escape w'th a big load of gold. Jeanne tells Fanshaw, owner of the yacht, about the visit of the n nnd shows him the stick left by Cnyley. Fanshaw declares that It Is an hskfmo throwlng-stlck- , used to shoot darts. Tom Fanshaw returns from the searching party with n, sprained onkle. Perry Hunter Is found murdered and Cayley is accused of the crime hut Jeanne believes him Innocent. A relief pirty goes lo llnd the searchers. Tom professes his love for Jeanne. 8he rows ashore nnd nters nn abandoned hut. and there finds her father's diary, which discloses the explorer's suspicion of Itoseoe. The n returns to the hut ami sees Jeanne. week." He Is Intent on murder, when the skyman swoops down and tho ruffian flees. "Then," said Tom. In dull, passionJeanne gives Cayley her father! diary ate rebellion "then. In some way or to read. other, wo must go back to her. If you won't go If you won't tako the Aurora back, I'll tako one of tho Httlo CHAPTER X Continued. boats and go myself!" "If you want to commit suicide," The scone beforo his eyes was beau-tltuwith tliat stupendous beauty that said Captain Warner, "you could do It only the arctic can attain. The har- less painfully with a revolver. Tho bor nnd beyond it, far out to sea-c- lear small boat would not live 30 seconds wo put her over tho side. You to the horizon, was filled with after great plunging, churning masses of know that. If you aro not mad. As for the Aurora herself. If she had not Ice, all Urcncnod In color by tho arctic sun violet, rose, pure been built the way she Is, sho would goldon-yelloand emerald-green- , and have been crushed hours ago. And a white whose Incandescence fairly If I wero to lower tho propeller and (tabbed tho eye. And as those start tho engines, they would simply great moving masses ground tcgethor, twist the screw off of her beforo she they flung, high Into the air. broad had gono a ship's length, and leave us helpless In tho event of our ever findshimmering veils of ing opon water. Wo may never llvo spray. to find It, but there's a chnnco that we Of the ftoo, which they had considered fiablo as tho land Itself, there will. There aro more than 30 lives was no longer any Blgn. Thero was that I am responsible for aboard this moan to llvo up to that nothing there, nothing nt nil to gleet yacht, and their eyes, to kenwnrd. but the savage responsibility. If we over do llnd open water, then I'll do whatever you say, beauty of tho ice. I will take you to Point Barrow and Tin yacht had disappeared. tho yacht cau winter there. Then when tho pack Is solid, if you can CHAPTER XI. find dogs and sledges, you can attempt tho Journey across tho Ice. I The Aurora. don't believe It can bo done. I don't "I tell you Blr, the thing Is beyond believe thero Is a chance In a hunhuman possibility. Thero Is no help dred that any bIiieIo member of the no human help In the world. I "party that set out would llvo to reach would swear to that before God. Hut that shore. That, however. Is not my ! think you must know II as well as cffulr. 1 do." Captain Warner, standing upon "Or, If you wish, wo can tako tho thr. Aurora's bridge, wns tho speaker. yacht back to Sun Francisco, her The two Fanshaws, father and ton. and cotuo back next summer. refitthink I their fares gray with despair, turned that with our knowledgo of tho s awny and looked over the groat massand where tho open water Is. es of loose, churulng field-Ice- , which, we might get back to Floldlng bay by filling the tea out to the utmost horl-2o- tho first of July. Then wo can llnd confirmed tho captain's words whatever thoro Is to find." 'How long "jTou Faimhaw began, Ills own volco faltered there, and nny wlblo chance f t tnld tako It. there were tears In tho deep weathoi-bcatbut IJiero ( nonu none In tn uorld, furrows of bis cheeks. "God HSsassln's hand. sky-maruf-ml, rose-colore- d 1 cur-tenten then he paused, moistened his Hps and rubbed them roughly with his hand "How long," he repeated, "shall we have to wait before It opens upT" "It won't open up again this season not If I know anything about the arctic," said the captain. "It will freeze, though," Mr. Fanshaw said, "freeze into a solid pack that wo could cross afoot. How long shall wc have to watt for that?" "It's hard to tell. Generally In this latitude the pack Is pretty solid by tho first of September. But that warm current which caught Fielding's ship, which caught tho Walrus tho current which makes, every summer apparently, that long gap of open water which enabled us to reach the land that Fielding reached that current would keep loose field-Icfloating about for at least another month." Tom Fanshaw's eyes had almost tho light of madness In them. "But she can't live a month!" he cried. "She's alone, unarmed! She has no food; no shelter but those bare huts!" "Tho Walrus peoplo doubtless left some stores there, if she could find them," said Captain Warner. "But. still, what you say is perfectly truo. Sho can hardly hope to keep a live a terror, and a soon as he could feel that his son was in condition to be left alone, he left him, with a broken word of excuse. Ho must either set this new terror at rest, or know tho worst at once. Thero had been no one, either among the survivors or the slain of the Walrus party, who In any way resembled the monster Tom had described. An hour later be went back to the bridge to talk again with Captain Warner. Ho thought that they had sounded the depth of despair that former time when they had talked together there, but In this last hour ha had sounded a new abyss beneath It all. Ho knew now why tho yacht had been so easily taken. He knew all the details of the devlllsli plan which had so nearly succeeded. More than that, he knew the story of tho man Ilotcoe from the time when Captain Planck had taken him aboard the Walrus, after-decThey had found down to tho hour last night when he bouse. arms of various torts aboard the Au had sprung Into his boat again and rora, and made a spirited resistance pulled shoreward. Captain Planck was dying, and old Mr, Fanshaw's before they were Anally overpowered. The Aurora's people, under the cool questions had enabled blm to enjoy headed command of Warner and the the luxury of a full confession. So they know now, those two men elder Fanshaw, had proceeded In a brisk, scientific, military style that who stood thero on the bridge, white- had spared them many serious casual Hppod. talking over tho horror of the ties. There were a number of flesh thing they know that Jeanne was not wounds when It was over, and one or alone upon that terrible frozen shore. two of a more serious nature. None Tho man Iloscoo was there, too. A sound on tho deck below attracted of them had been killed. The Walrus people, however, had Mr. Fanihaw's attention. Tom. with not surrendered until their plight was the aid of a heavy cane, was limping wholly desperate. Only five of them precariously along the deck toward were left alive, and two of these were tbo bridge ladder, and, to their amaze- mortally wounded when tho struggle '"nt. when ho looked up at them. thi somehow, his face had ceased. a was a grave look of Tho uninjured were heavily Ironed cleared. and locked up In the steerage. All peace upon It. "I've thought of something," ho tho wounded friends and foes alike were turned over to tho care of tho said, after he had climbed up bcsldo yacht's surgeon and a couple of volun- them "I've thought of something that teer assistants from among iio crew. makes it bcem possible to go on livAltogether, It was two or three hours ing, and even hoping." The two older men exchanged a after the Aurora's people had regained swift glance. Ho was not to know undisputed possession of the yacht about Hoacoo, If he had found some It waa possible to form any Idea' of what had happened. In thing to hope for, no matter how Il the excitement and tho necessity of lusory, ho should bo allowed to Keep everybody doing two or three things it to hug It to his breast. In place of at once, Tom Fanshaw and his serious tho horrible, torturing vision of the plight were not discovered, until he human monster which the other two himself, having partly regained con- men saw "What Is It you'vo thought of, sciousness, uttered a low moan for help, which was beard by a .chance Tom?" his father asked unsteadily. "It's It's Cayley. He's thero with passerby. sure ho her; The gale, which had been raging all away I'm Httlo from Is." Ho turned a Captain Warner this while, had gono screaming by spoko directly to his father, "I unheeded, nnd It was not until dawn and know how I know, but that the horrified conquerors of the don't them thore together. It's ns If I saw Ho has acht discovered that thero was no fallen in love with her, I think. I'm land in sight. qulto auro sho has with him. I wanted It was several hours after that, not. to kill him for that yesterday, but Indeed, until tho captain had worked now ' his voice faltered thero, but out their reckoning from an observa tho look In his eyes did not change tion, beforo they realized that they the light of n serene, untroublod wiro 100 miles away from their hope. "He's thero with her," he went anchcrago of the previous evening. on, "and with God's help ho'JI keep and that their return was hopeless. her alive until wo can get back with Old Mr. Fanshaw gavo his arm to the relief." helped him down from the his son, He said no more, and he clutched bridge and thence to tho now deserted tho rail tight In his gauntlcted hands smoking room, forward. Tom sub- nnd gazed out north, across the lco. mitted to be led blindly along, nnd did CHAPTERXII. not demur when his father halted beside n big leather sofa, and told him Cayley's Promise. to lo down upon It. Since that moFor this small mercy Cayley thanked mentary outburst of his upon the girl did not understand. bridge, the young man had been un- God. Tho naturally calm. Ills muscles, as he She' was rubbing those sleepy eyes of lay thero now upon the sofa, seemed hers and putting back, Into placo, stray locks were In relaxed: his eyes wero fixed, almost way. "The of hair thathnvo gono the Soo must to dull. pieces," sho sa'ld, "nnd they'vo Through a long slloncc his father off In the fog without knowing drifted it. sat thero watching him, but there was suppose thero'a no telllnt: when they'll no dawn of a corresponding calmness be back; very likely not for hours." In his faco. It had aged whole years Ho did not risk trying to answer over night her. All his will power wuh directed "It's strange to me," ho said, "that to keeping tho rent significance of tho wo ever recovered possession of this yacht's disappearance from showing yacht at nil, let alone that wo were In his face. to recover It without It costing able Sho had turned to him qulto casualus tho life of n single man. This gang ly for an answer, but not getting It, must havo had a leader, nnd a clever remained looking Intently Into his one. Thoy way ho maneuvered his eyes. "Mr. Cayley," she asked presmen to keep thum out of sight wbllo ently, "wero you telling me last night ho drew away first ono party and then what you rrully thought was truo, or the other from tho yacht was a piece wtro you Just encouraging me I of masterly strategy, He worked It mean about thoso men who attacked out perfectly In every detail. He got the yacht? Aro you afraid, after all, possession of the yacht without losing that our peoplo aro not In possession a man, without even firing n shot that of the Aurora, wherever she Is?" might give the alarm. And even with "I told you the truth last r.lght. I the warning wo had and with tho can't Imaglno nny possibility by which help of the fog, I don't fee how wo tho men who came hero on the Waldefeated a man like that. His success rus could get tho Aurora awny from must havo gono to his head and mado your people, except by stealth." him mad."' "But If our peoplo beat them off, "Ho was probably killeO !s Vv Brat why didn't they come ushore? Tliero volley our peoplo fired when they got aren't nny of thorn around, are there?" aboard," said Tom dully. "He alone Cayloy. not," snld "Apparently could havo accounted for half a dozen "Tbey may havo all been killed beforo of you. If ho'd ever had a chance a they could get back to shore, or boiiio giant like that." of them may have been captured. No, "A giant!" I really don't think you need worry "I think he must have been the about them." leader," said Tom. "U3 uu 'jj 3rst (3 he drew n long deep breath, flung man to como aboard, certainly," out her arms wide, and thun stretched "What a day It Is. "Hut what mukes you call him a them akywnrd. giant?" Was thero over Biich a day down thoro "Becauso he literally was. Ho In that warm grcon world that people struck me down with Just ouo blow, llvo In? Oh, 1 don't wonder that you and ns hu raised his arm to strike 1 love It I wish I could lly as you do. was uboro But slnco I can't, for this one day you saw that bis shoulder-cawell-armei- -O bo-fodefl-nlto 1 air." It was only an hour since they had ascertained, beyond the shadow of a doubt, that Jeanne was not aboard the Aurora. Until Tom had recovered consciousness, the others had enter tained llttU doubt that she was safely bidden somewhere about the ship. Cayley! warning, together with the confession of the Portuguese, Miguel, had caused them to steal alongside the Aurora aa silently as posslblo. Not a word had been spoken by any of the party, and the sound of the rising wind had drowned tho creak of their oars. Half a dozen men had stolen aboard over the bows to reconnolter. Making out the unfamiliar figures of the Walrus people on deck- -, and knowing that they had a fight on their hands, thoy had worked their way, un observed, to a position amidships. Here, under cover of a brisk revolver-fire- , they had made It possible for the rest of their party to get aboard. The Walrus peoplo. several of whom were below. canVi tumbling up on deck at the sound of firing, and their whole party entrenched Itself In the knows," ha concluded, "If thero wera not unless w could fly through the the level of my eyes; and I pass for tall man." His father abandoned the subject abruptly, and for a while contrived to talk of other things; of the details of the fight and how different members of the crew had borne themselves. But his mind was Oiled with a new The Two Older Man exchanged a Quick Glsncs. must stay down here upon tho earth with me." Her mention of his wings gave him his first faint perception of the lino the strugglo would take. Ills mind flashed for an instant Into tho position which her own would take when sho should know tho truth. To her It It would not seem that they were castaways together. Ho was not marooned here on 'his shore. His ship was waiting to take him anywhere In tho world, He was as free as the wind Itself "I believe living In the sky Is what makes you do that," be heard her say "makes you drift off Into trances that way, perfectly oblivious to the fnct that people are asking you qui!-tloift." For a while they sat. side by side, uron his great sheepskin, warming their Angers and watching the drip of tho melting lco In the biscuit tin. Bu presently Cayley got to his feot "Breakfast!" he said. "Is thero to be anything besides a good big drink of water aplrce? If thero Isn't, I'd rather not think about It until the yacht comes back." "Unless I'm mistaken, there's an excellent breakfast waiting for us not far from whero wo got the Bdt I'll go and make sure beforo t raise your expectations any higher" , Ho walked away n half-doze- paces snillecame, unbidden, Into bis own. tomed to shooting, I'll leavo my re"You'vo forgiven mo alroady, I soe." volver with you No," ho wont on. ho said. "What waa the question answering the question which she had not spoken "no. I don't foresee any about?" "It was about breakfast. Have you danger to you. It's Just on general anything to eat in that bundle of principles." "I'm a pretty good shot. yours?" But If Ho shook his head, and she drew you'ro going on a bunting expedlttcn for our breakfast and thero Isn't any down her Hps In mock dismay. "Is thero anything to cat anywhere?" foreseeable danger to me In being left sho questioned, sweeping her arm alone. It seems reasonable that you round In a half circle, landward. should take tho gun." Ho took the ruvolver from his belt Mustn't wo go hunting for a walrus howctcr, and held It out to tier. "Our or a snark or something?" Cayley had to turn away from her breakfast doesn't have to tin hot And as shi said that. Tho remorseless as a concession to my fccllngsno. Irony of the situation wns getting be it's nothing more than that I'd rather yond human endurance. Tbo splendor you tool; It." She did aa ho naked without further of the day; the girl's holiday humor; her laughing declaration that she demur, and he went awny. When shn would not permit him to fly away; was left alone, the girl added fresh this last gay Jest out of the pages of sticks to thn fire, nnd than. In default Alice In Wonderland" about bunting of any moro active occupation, took o up the red liutiml book which lay for a walrus. her and began once mora to "God!" ho whispered as ho turned Its pages. She hnd by no menns away "My God!" In her reading of Ho had his revolver, and besides tho exhausted them. six cartridges which the cylinder con- the night before, she had skipped thn description for tained, there were, perhaps, 30 In his pages of scientific belt. For how many days, or weeks, thoso parts of the Journal which wero Kvcn now the would they avail to keep off starva most purely personal. whole pages of carefully tabulated tion? But his faco was composed again data concerning tho winds, currents, when ho turned back to her. "There temperature, und magnetic variations are two things that como beforo break-fa'st,- " got scant attention. In her present ho said "llro and wnter. There mood tho homeliest Httlo adventure, Is a lino of driftwood down tho beach the Idlest diversion of a winter's day to tho westward, thero nt tho foot of meant moro to her than all her fatho lulus. When we gut n fire go- ther's discoveries, put together. When ing " he stopped himself short "I sho saw Cayley rnmlng back toward was going to say that wo could melt her ucrosH tho Ice, she put the bool some Ice for drinking water, but until down half roluetuntly. Evidently his quest for breakfast wo havo tonio sort of rooking utensil to molt It In. It won't do much good. had not been In vain; bo had n big Thero must bo something of tho sort blnck nnd whlto bird In his hand. "Po you Hupposo It's fit to eat? nhe, In tho hut hero." her head. "They're called out to him. "How In tlio world Sho shook completely abandoned." the told turn. did J on manage to kill It wlthnu' tan "Our shoro jiarty Bcarched them first revolver?" "Fit to eat! It's a duck. What of all, and afterward Uncle Jerry nnd more. It's un elder, which means thn. I searched them through again. Thoro Is nothing there at all, but some heaps her coat Is worth saving." "But how did you contrive to kill of rubbish." "I think I'll tnko a look myself." her?" Shu killed herself. Sua "I didn't. said ho. "Ilubblsh Is a relative term. supWhat seemed no bettor than that yes- waa Hying too low last night, terday afternoon while tho "yacht waa pose going down tho gale, and In the In tho harbor may take on a different fog she went Hmack Into tho aldo of tho cliff und broke her neck. That wns meaning this morning." Ho disappeared througn tho door a very dostructlvo storm for thu birds. way, and two minutes later sho saw Thoru must bo GO o' them, of ono kind and another, lying dead there along him coming back with a big battered-lookintho top of tho tnlus, at tho foot of itiu biscuit tin. "Unless tilts leuks too fast," ho said, cliff" TO UK CONTlNt'KIM It will servo our purpuso admirably." reflecting Prayer Unanswered, Ho observed, without It had boon mining all day nnd lib what tho observation meant, that n bountiful supply of fuel wua lying In tin Murk, shut up In tho house, wn great drltts along tho lower slope of anxious to get out and play lilt thn talus, Jeanne accompanitd him mother, In another room, thought upon his quest of It, and with small that sha heard him talking, and presloss of time and no troublo at all they ently Inquired to whom, "I was talking to God, mninmn," th collected an armful. They laid their fire upon a groat fiat stone In front of child replied, "I asked Him to make tho hut, for tho outdoor day wns too It stop ruining so I could go outdoors finu to abandon for the dark and damp but I don't think Ho waa very p'lite In tho Interior, nnd soon thoy had tho about It. Il never lot ou ttjt He hoard mo at all!" flro blazing cheerfully. be-ildpe-ru-so 1 g without waiting for any reply; then, thinking suddenly of something ulse, ho camo swiftly back again. "Bo you know anything about fireHo met her smiling eyes, and a arms?" ho asked. "If you're accus- CI I March 7, 1911 THE CITIZEN. raising Page Seven. Poutm for POULTRY Maine Agricultural Experiment 8tatlon iiauea Bulletin Qlvlng Result With Plymouth Rockt. PRESERVATIVE TREATMENT FOR TIMBER USED ON MODERN FARM Of tho Several Methods of Preserving Posts and Ralls Dipping In Creosote la Considered Superior Naturally Durable Woods Compel Use of Inferior Product. T)y C. P. WILMS.) Tho amount of wood used on tho farms of tho country and exposed to rapid decay la enormous. It Is est! mated that onn million fonco posts and rails, tho equivalent of six billion board feet, are required each year, For this class of material durability Is the first requisite. The naturally durablo woods were formerly plcntl ful over large areas, but In many sec tions thoy have now become too scarce and dear to use. Thero re mains, however, an abundanco of In fcrlor woods which, when preserved from decay, are entirely satisfactory MAKING IMPROVED NEST-BO- X Weight of Hen Causea Platform to Tilt, Thereby Closing Door Size Should Vary. Tho nlr.o of the nest ahould vnrv ns rordlng to the breed, writes Fred I nnlloy In the Farm and Fireside. Kor the Asiatic brwdi It ahouM be not less than 2V, feet lone, 15 Inches wide nnd 20 inches deep. The hen enters the nest by walklnc In on the nlnt. form. Her weight cauici the platform to tilt, which, by means of the lever alUcbod, cloaca the door. When the Ficl r--j i t Ntst-Dox- twir j i Improved . hen leaves the neat, ahc goes for the light which cornea In nt the alat door. Her wrlght on the front end of tho platform cauica the door to open, and It sthys open until ahe flnda food and water and la ready to go back on the neat. Tbo box la beat with no floor, no the neat can be made directly on the ground. Explanation: A, platform, ltf feet lone by which hen cntcra neat. 11. board across back end of platform, on which abo puta full weight when enter-Inneat, causing platform to tilt C, lever attached tu platform and door, bowing door open. D, point where lover It attached to door. K, point g Under tho nbovo title tho Malno agricultural experiment stntlon has Issued Hullctln 192, which summarizes nil of tho results of tho experiments which have been carried on at the station during the last 13 years In at. tempting to Improve by breeding tho nvcrngo egg production of n strain of Ilarrcd Plymouth Rock poultry. An nccount Is given of tho results of the earlier experiments In selecting tho highest producers ns breeders without regard to nny other qualities than Ihelr trap nost records. It Is shown thnt this plan of breeding failed to obtain nny distinct Improvement In flock production. The experiments of tho stntlon to find out whether continued artificial Incubation and brooding has a harmful effect on egg production are described. The effect of Inbreeding on egg production Is discussed on the basis of extensive experimental records. This Is followed by a oloar and simple explanation of a new plan of breeding which haa been tried during the rast five years, nnd wh!ch Is based upon the conception that high egg productiveness Is Inherited In certain "blood lines" and not In others, and that by a proper system of pedigree selection It Is possible to Isolate the high producing linos. The last section of tho bulletin Is devoted to an exposition of tho gratifying success which has attended the application of this now plan of breeding to tho station flock. .Strains which have high egg productiveness fixed as a definite character havo now been obtained and are being propagated at tho station. FOR FEEDING Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talents? What Are Your Aims? Berea Haa the Training That is Best For YOU. Arc you not far advanced? Then enter tho FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Here you will be placed with others like yourself, under n special teacher, and make most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic nnd the common branches nnd be ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, farm and household management, and frco One year In the Foundation School costs lees than 190 and Is worth $1,000. Aro you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnamore, Dean. Here you will be so trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught how to teach. The demand for Rerea trained teachers far exceeds the supply. Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Bualneaa Course) Etc. Here you soon doublo your earning power, and learn to enjoy doing things in a superior manner. Are you desiring the next best thing to a College Course? Then InHn two years or threo years In tho Two GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. years, or three year3, In such practical studies as will fit you for an honorable nnd useful life. You select your studies from such as these: Physiology the science of health; Civics the sclenco of government; Grammar the art of correct speech and Ethics the science of right and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence; Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lndy; Physics tho science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start In the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. Tho Academy has Its own nnd Men's Dormitory, nnd a large body of students of high character and ability, able Instructors, nnd uso of College Library and apparatus. text-bookBook-Bindinletter-writinclass-rooms shielded from the direct heat of the fire. In somo respects the barrel tanks aro not satisfactory on account of them leaking, which Is almost sure to occur after a few days' use. Nevertheless, the barrel outfit will suffice when only a few posts are to be treat cd and when, In consequence, the treatments are few and short. Thorough seasoning should always precedo Impregnation. Even wood Is unfit for treatment after heavy rain and when thus saturated should bo permitted to dry for at least three days. Dark, retards or prevents the penesubstitutes. tration of the preservative Into tho Decay consists In the destruction of wood. It also uselessly Increases the the wood tissues by low forms of plant cost of treatment by Itself absorbing lfe. These organisms we term fungi oil. Peeling tho posts before treat ment Is, therefore, necessary. Even the paper Inner bark should be care fully removed. The tops of posts should be cut obliquely to shed rain water. A bevel made with an ax Is preferable to one made with a saw, because It smoother. Ilevellng is particularly Important If the tops of the posts are not to bo treated. air-dr- DRAINAGE OF MARSH LANDS Heavy Iron Tank Heated by Flro TURKEYS ONLY to where lever la attached to platform. F, board attached to under aldo of front end of platform, causing platform to atop on a level when door apena, and helping to balance O. cleats with notches In upir ends for axles of platform to rcit In. Kotclica are 8 Inches from tho bottom of tho box. II, partition board between nest and platform. I, neat. J, cover. pint-for- Is posslblo that bacteria may be associated in some cases, but as yet we have no positive proof of 1U It fol Often on a farm whero turkeys are lows that the object of all preserve' raised right along with tho chickens tlve treatment is to prevent the nnd other poultry. It Is desirable to development of these organisms, and feed them heavier than tho other poul- - j that the most effective treatment Is try, yet suitable means of doing so are tho one that accomplishes this for tho not avallablo without a fonced yard longest period, to separate them, writes P. C. Gross Fungi requlro for their best develop of Ohio In the Pralrlo Farmer. In ment a certain balance between the such cases tho following contrivance air and the moisture content of tbo serves admirably: wood, and a favorable temperature. A small trough, of Imma- Thorough seasoning, on the one hand length. Is elevated by means of or thorough saturation with molsturo terial supports to a height thac will allow oq tbo other, alters this balahco to the turkeys to stand on the floor and such an extent that the growth of pick from It. yet bo too high to per- the organism Is cither retarded or mit the chickens nnd small fowls do- prohibited. Air seasoning only re' ing likewise. Threo or four Inches tarda tbo growth. above the top of the trough a board, as There aro several methods by which wide ns the trough, la attached flat timbers may Tie given more thorough wise. This prevents the chlckonB from preservative treatment. The surfaco flying up and standing on tho edge of of the wood may be soaked with paint tho trough. Tbo aides of tbo trough or somo similar substance. Such coating keeps the wood dry, and more or less cflectually excludes tho en organ franco of the Isms. Such coatings, however, would Small Trough Elevated Height to Allow Big Bird: to Pick From Is Useful. Underneath. Rapid Prosrcns of Will Soon Make It Dcolr-abl- e io Develop Want Sotla. (By A. R. WHITHON and F. EHS. Wlirnnjln 1 It J. S1EV. THOUGHTS OF SPRING FEEDS 01. oa Should Have Variety, Especially Great Deal Reaaonably Rich In Protein Lime la Needed. Apoploxy among fowla Is generally confined to tho overfat birds and gen rrally tho heavier breeds are subject to It. It Is, therefore, necessary thnt the keeper does not feed any great cjiiantlt of feeds to his birds, especially to tho heavier breeds, In tho spring of tho year more than any other tlrao of the year the birds should havo n variety of feeds, nnd especially a great deal of feed reason ably rich In protein should bo lnclud ed In tho rntlon. eggs ore usually pro duced In considerable numbers at this tlmo of tho year. The reason for this generally lies In tho fact that the birds do not get tho proper feed. To form an egg shell tho proper materials must bo present, and If they are not present egg Is tho result. tho I.I me Is one of tho necessary mate' rlatk needed In tho formation of an egg shell, mid nt this time of the year, when tho hens nro beginning to lay, n liberal amount of llmo should bo present nt nit times whero they can partake of It when they desire. In pro viding any kind of feed whether It bo vegetable or nnlmal feed, bo sura that It Is puro nnd wholesome. Musty grains and rolten meats will causa sickness many times when tho flock Is In perfect health. bort-shriic- d soft-shelle- j A Trough for Turkeys. should not bo very wido as this would prevent the turkeys from reaching tho corn or other fed in tho bottom of tho trough. With such n trough tho turkeys may bo fattened right among the other poultry, and no feed wasted on tbo other fowls. Of course, tho chickens will climb on top of tho flat board, but from It they can not reach the trough. a rare production. Tho breeding season will bo upon us now before wo havo had tlmo to think. Tho Indian Runner duck Is not la cllned to fatten so readily as other A good egg Is Guineas aa Watchers. good point about guineas is that they make a good "watch dog." Every person who writes of theso fowls men tions this point, but u good thing will bear repeating, In common with wild birds, they are uIwnjH on tho lookout for cnotntes, and quickly detect hawks, dogs, strango persons, etc., that ven lure near. Their wild cries on such occasions soon put tho Intruders to rout, and also put all (be fowls on ducks. Duck eggs nro in demand by confec tbo plnco on their guard. If hawks nro numerous a few guineas In tho tioners, ns tber impart a glaze to flock will prove of great help In pre tholr Icing, which cannot be had with ben eggs. venting their depredations. The critical period of the turkey Is the first eight weeks of its life. Laying In Winter. Almost every hen running at largo About 48 eggs is the average yearly lays In tbo spring and Jays well. If record of the hen. With many flocks, the addition ot Ihe poultrymnn can provldo theso conditions through winter, bis hens an amplo supply ot meat to the ra will luy then tbo samo as they do tion will cause a marked increase la the slzo of tbo egg. naturally In tbo spring. It takes lota of scheming and coax ing to get the bens to lay eggs thia Geese Pay Well. No kind of poultry keeping can be cold weather, but they are worth the earrlod on nt so small an expense for price after you do get them. Hens with plenty of exercise nnd buildings and equipment as that of raising geese, because of the hardi- comfortable surroundings lay heavier ness of tho birds, and their desire to eggs than those in restricted quarters; often eggs 10 per cent hatvWr remala In tho open air. A t. varieties. It Is estimated that It requires tho feathers from about ten ducks to mako a pound. Full fed hens, having a well balanced ration, will lay larger eggs than hens on stinted feed. A warm houso does not mean that Laying hens must hpve It bo freBh air at all times of thoycar. lly this tlmo you mould have your spring breeders and tbo cockerel with which they aro to be ranted selected. Tho Indian Itunner duck Is not a new variety, although it Is not as old as some of the other varieties of Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berea College, with Us affiliated schools, 1b not a money-makinInstitution. It requires certain fees, but It expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit ot Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for student to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be sick tho College provides doctor nnd nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings, aud be applied only to maassist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable trainterial, since they will oIbo tend to re ing, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except In wintard tho cscapo of such molsturo as may bo already within the timber. A Drainage Ditch Used to Lower the ter ft Is expected that all will havo a chanco to earn a part of their exBetter preservatives are tho products Water Table In a Dry Season penses. Write to tho Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary of tbo distillation of coal tar and When Dammed It Will Raise the petroleum tar, which, in addition to Water Table In the Adjoining with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wrayi possessing the advantages of paint, Marsh, Producing Sublrrlgatlon. and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. The are antiseptics and poisonous to fungi. Tho deeper such antiseptics penetrate When they occur in considerable areas tive Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrollas and tho wood tbo more lasting Is their they are more easily cleared than cut other necessary nrtlclcs at cost. over timber land, nnd being free from effecL LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no runt It Is well known that wool decays stone, can bo brought under cultlva for the flno buildings In which students live, charging only enough room tlon at much less expense than tho rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuol, lights, and washing ot bedding mid most rapidly when placed In contact with tho surfaco of the ground, upland soils, even though drainage Is towels. For tablo board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, in tho fall. necessary. organbecause the $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bed The first r.tcp In the development of and isms find there more uniform condi CO cents for each person. any marsh land Is to drain it In tho ding, 40 to encour-ag- o tions of heat and moisture to SCHOOL FEES arc two. Fiist n "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for case of large ureas this will requlro their development For this rea the construction of largo main ditches. return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and Is returned son tho ground lino of a post must be when the student departs. thoroughly treated, whereas portions requiring the use of a dredge, and co Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care' of school build of the post above and below this point operation among the adjoining owners cither by organizing a drainage dls ings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of trlct or by having tho town or county teachers 'nil our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Feo for moat officers take chargo of tho work. In students is $5.00 a term, $C00 in Academy and Normal, nnd $7.00 In Colle the case of smaller areas this can giate courses. frequently be done, by mutual agree' PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by ment between two or three adjoining tho terra, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: owners. Vocational Two kinds of drainage must bo pro Academy and Foundation vided for; first, surface drainage, and FALL TERM School. and Normal. College. second, subsurface drainage. It Is oc Incidental Fee $ COO $ 5.00 $ 7.00 casionally true that tho construction Room G.G0 7.00 7.00 of ditches around tho edge of a marsh Board, 7 weeks 9,45 9.45 9.45 tract In such a way as to carry of most ot tho water from the surround Amount due Sept. 13, 1911 $20.05 $22.45 $23.45 Barrel Outfit for Dipping In Creosote ing higher land without letting it onto 9.45 Board 7 weeks, duo Nov. 1, 1911 9.45 9.45 requlro less treatment. Tho climate tho marsh will reduce the wetness of $29.50 of tho locality should also bo consld the marsh land to such an extent that $31.90 Total for term $32.90 If paid In advance S29.C0 $31.49 cred. In tbo warm Gulf states or in crops can bo grown without furthc $32.40 ditching. Ordinarily, however, ditches a moisture-ladeWINTER TERM atmosphere posts re qulro more thorough treatment than on tbo marsh itself are necessary. $ 5.00 $ COO $ 7.00 Incidental Fee COO in a cooler northern climate or on the Room 7.20 7.20 English Workmen. Board, (i weeks 9.00 9.00 arid plains. 9.00 If what Rider Haggard writes Is truo The Impregnation of fence posts with creosote Is best accomplished by the condition ot farm workmen in EngAmount due Jan. 3, 1912 $20.00 $22.20 $23.20 "open-tankprocess, land is a sad one. He describes some 9.00 Board C weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 9.00 the 9.00 This consists of hoatlng tho wood for of tho places where men are compelled a certain period and then cooling It In tojlve as "vllo and not fit for a hu$29.00 $31.20 Total for term $32.20 tho preservative. The prlnclplo Is man being." At ono place he found $28.50 $30.70 If paid In advance $31.70 simple: During tho heating tho high 20 men working on a farm but could SPRING TERM tcmpcraturo causes the air and water sco no cottages. There was one long Incidental Fee $ 5,00 $ COO $ 7.00 C.OO 4.00 contained In tho wood cells to expand, low building on tbo place. It looked Room 5,00 so that a portion of this air and water like a wagon-house- . C.75 C76 8.75 It had no win- Board, 5 weeks Is forced out. The rest contracts as dows. Sacks wero laid on the 'floor the subsequent cooling progresses, and and thero the 20 men slept. A hun $10.75 Amount due March 27, 1912 $17.75 $18.75 a partial vacuum is formed Into which dred yards away was an elm treo on C.75 C75 Board, S weeks, duo May 1, 1912 C.75 atmospheric pressuro forces tbo cool a bill, and there he found the osbca preservative. $22.60 ot a fire and a rod to hold a pot. This $24.50 $25.50 Total for term $22.00 $24.00 The open-tanIf paid In advance principle may bo was the dwelling place the kitchen $25.00 variously applied in the treatment of and the parlor of the 20 men. Winter posts. The best way to heat the posts and summer they did their cooking Now, Is to immerse their butts In creosote and spent their Sundays under the young man or young woman ran get an education nt Any maintained at a temperature of tree. Berea If there Is the will to do so. 220 degrees F. The simplest form of treating plant It is a great advantago to start In tho Fall and have a full year of con Test for Grains. consists of two creosote barrels, placed To test grains for hardness, Dr. E. tinuous study. Many young people waste tlmo In the public schools going about seven feet apart and connected Stranak. of Prague, pushes a specimen over and over the same things, when they might bo Improving much faster by a three or four-Incpipe. Tho under a very thin saw attached 'o the by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies with tome ot the bust beating is accomplished by building scale pan ot a balance. Th weight young men and women from other counties and States. Ore under the pipe. Each barrel necessury to cauao cutting a measMake your plans to come March 27th. should be set with a shallow box or ure ot the hardness. It Is that For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, provided with somo gutter arrange- grains resist not oiTly Insect attack ment to catch the oil In case ot an un- - but plant diseases In n, degreo uroiir Uoted laalr. The barrels should be tlounU tu their hardness. decay-producin- g d a g n d " k While some uso has been made ot marsh lands for growing wild bay and for pasture in connection with the farming of upland soils, relatively lit tie effort toward the Improvement of such. lands lias been made. The high price ot farm lands and the rapid progress of agriculture will soon make it desirable to develop these waste lands to tho greatest extent. The uso of marsh lands for pasturage and for wild hay Is not a very profitable prac tice nnd should give way as rapidly aa possible to a better method of han dllng them. Marsh soils nave certain drawbacks but also some very Important advaa tages as compared with upland soils. Berea College The College Iticlf stands apart from nil the other schools under its management and has long maintained the highest standards known In tho 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. B., B. S., B. L., and B. Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, mny be taken for special fees in connection with work in any of the above schools. Questions Answered Plan Come March 27th uble-bodle- d h 1 fo-in- D. WALTER MORTON, berea, ky. Page Eight. ' HCRLBT THE CITIZEN. March 7, 1912. ' T I Write Now to the , Hurley, War. 3. Thero has. boon t. big tldo In Indian Creek this week. Albert Kcetoo and two boys from Piko Co. passed through here last They week enrouto to Pulaski Co. 's stayed over two nights at Pal on account of tho high watcr,-- J. visited Howard of Clay County his daughter, Mrs. Riley Gabbard, Friday night. Hobt, Baker and son, Claude, wero In this part last week measuring logs. Riley and Ben Gabbard went to Clay County last week on buslnsos. Wiley Roberts and Jesse Gabbard who left hero a few months ago for Missouri havo Joined tho Ut S. Army and wrlto back that they tike It fine, Misses Lula Gabbard and Eva Johnson visited at Birch Lick, Saturday night. My rtlo Howard of her Clay County Is staying with Bister, Mrs. 'Martha Gabbard. Rev. James Lunsford of Dreyfus, Mndlson County, preached nt this placo Sunday evening at two o'clock. Ho will also preach here tho second Sunday In this month at 2 'p. m. Gab-bard- Mitt Mattio Clark Bccompaftlej Ira. Fred Ponder to a birthday dinner at Mnuldon last week. Mr, ant) Mrs. Henry McDanlcl gavo the young folks a candy party, Tuesday night, which was enjoyed by all. Miss Llta J. Wll-so- n has purchased a now organ. Mra. Brumett Is very sick, Robert Poo mado a business trip to Burning Springs, Wednesday. G. W. Browning Is reported to bo sick. OWSLEY COUNTY Tl'lltN Turin, I 1- - Northern Pacific Ry Tor Rales of Fare, Full Information and Tree Illustrated Literature about the seven treat 1 jjlj mW MWl Wmm mWM Prosperity States of America f 'tR' MN I ! Minnesota, Vflacaaaln, Worth Dakota, Monfina, Idaho, "aalj lotloo and Oregon. tlLocata alsat "Tha Sccalc Hifaway Ida Staadard Railway e! tha Nsrthweat. Gel yoar tricada la do aad form a colony. C Aak about Law One-way Sprint Coloalil Taraa, cffacliirt daily March CatTjKX lit lo April lSlh aad Roood lrio Homeakra Taraa, affective on firil and laird Tacadaya ol each aionlh. C Write now lo I ill I MM MWm mm OaVX .ananaV. TSv. LB-- H mM IP II II itll nWli EKS XI. J. COSTELLO. Dhlrlcl Pntunte Ami. 40 ti. Via Am Cincinnati or W , Aw liunull titXl gJyr III HII East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else nlcii lifted Id lull ty ttr as evidence ot cool faith. li sot for publication, bat Jlo correipendMce pucllikid Mar. 1. Burna Sealo has sold hla placo to Henry Campbell for $000. Ho has not decided yet whero ho will locate Married, at tho homo of tho bride, Miss Carrie Isaacs to Mr. Wllllo Hasklns, last week. They left Immediately for Richmond whero they will mako their futuro homo. Mrs. Alex Mclntlro died at her homo near Buck Crock on tho 21th an 1 was laid to rost near her homo In tho presence of her family and many friends. Mrs. Mclntlro wns a good Christian woman nnd loved by all who know her. Wo aro Btiro tho family have tho sympathy of their MADISON COUNTY K1NOSTON many friends In their sad bereae-mon- t. Kingston, Mar. 2. Mrs. Julia Mau-pl- n Aunt Caroline Judd, probably Mlos one of tho oldest women In this part Is vory sick with lagrippe. Eva Lewis mado a business trip to of 'tho mountains, supposed to bo ono Borea, Wednesday. 'MUs Suda Pow- hundred and two years old, died at ell 8cnt Tuesday with her brother, tho home of her grandson, Sherman L. C. Powell, of Big Hill. Mr. Ches- Turner, a few days ngor Jas. ter Parks who has been very 111 has been very busy this week with typhoid, at tho homo of Mr. L. preparing a shipment of tobacco for A. pottus, at Borca, was brought home, market, Ho leaves today for Union Wednesday. Ho seems t6 bo slowly City, Madison Co., .whore ho will Improving. John "Webb of Richmond teach a' spring school. His sister, spent Saturday and Sunday with his Jancy, Is attending a business colparents. 'Mrs. Elizabeth Murray Is lege nt Lexington. The Buck Creek spending this week with her son, Graded school has closed for this Hugh. Walter Green of Laurel Co. year. Tho principal, "Miss Elizabeth N visiting his sister, Mrs. Chas Lamb. Scovllle, left for San Juan, Porto Rico, Chas. Powell went to Berea, Fri- where she will continue to teach. day, to receive treatment from Dr. Miss Mussel Mulloy, ono of the teach- - Baking Powder Absolutely Puro Makes Home Baking; Easy With minimum trouble and cost biscuit, cake and pastry are made fresh, clean and greatly superior to the ready-mad- e, variety, dry, food is avoided. and danger of alum found-in-thc-sh- last Saturday night, and all enjoyed a pleasant evening. Miss Ida Morris, of Island City, has been at Sturgeon tho past two weeks under tho care of Dr. J. A. Mabaffey. Mrs. F. N. Brewer visited her parents, Mr. nnd Mra. John Lane, of Island City, Friday night. Those Indebted to W. Brewer for goods whllo at Sturgeon will please call and settle with L. B. Brewer, as tho accounts aro now put In his hands to collect. TtlAVKI.i:itS HKNT. Travelers Rest, Fob. 27. Several deaths have occurred In the vicinity of Travelers Rest during tho past two weoks. Elder J. B. Rowlett died, Monday, Feb. 19th. Tho funeral serby Rev. A. vices wcro conducted Bowman and Rev. II. Johnson after which his remains wcro taken to tho cemetery Rowlett for burlnl. Mrs. Polly Ann, wlfo of Alex Mclntlro, died, Saturday, Feb. 21th, and was burled on tho homo farm, Monday, Feb. 2Cth. Ed Flanery, a former citizen of this place, died In Hamilton, O., Sunday, Feb. 11th. Ills remains wcro brought back to Travelers Rest cemetery for burial. Joseph Rowlett cf Blngor, Okla., was summoned to tho bedside, of his sick father last week. 'Millard Botncr and Luther Malnous, who havo had employment at Roaderfleld, W. Va., roturncd homo a few days ago. Joseph Wilson has purchased tho remainder of S. B. Ixkmi sick for soma tlmo with typhoid fever Is slowly Improving. Alfred Wood was down from Heron, tho first of last week to h"o his tiitrcnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. Wood. Wllllo has returned to Richmond, I ml., after several days visit to his IMironts, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Balllngcr. Farrls, tho littlo son of Mr. and ?.Irs. A. Reynolds who has been tick for some time, died, Jan. 21st. Hal-ling- er iiouKi-iiii- TEMPERANCE TACTICS ittr. Writ lit tint plainly. ' lock. A party composed of tho following: tho Misses 'Molliu Johnston, loll Mattio and Pearl Medlock, Llzzlo and hero last night S Inches deep. J. B. Lydla Isaacs, and H. Powell, and tho Messrs. Dan Gabbard, Evert Jones, Bingham Is able to bo out again. Undo Geo. Robinson has been very Leonard Goodman, Edward Strong and poorly this week with hemorrhage of Isaac Reynolds gave tho girls at the tho lungs. Dr. .1. D. Hayes has been girls dormitory a surprise last Wedattending him. F. F. Judd Is In tho nesday night. They wero entertained picture business, taking orders for by playing games and tho Misses Ischo onlarglng. Married, Mr. Walker Huff and Muysklns made candy which as to Miss Nannie Coldiron. Tho Rev. enjoyed by all. Alfred Tructt, from Harry Johnson filled his appointment Berea, was horo on business two at Gray Hawk last Sunday. Ho says days this week. J. A. DeHollander, his boy who has consumption Is no who ha3 been principal of Lllncoln better. W. It. Engle and Anderson Hall Academy school, has resigned Hunter are having some troublo get- and gono away, Mrs. K. E. Worthlng-to- n will take, bis placo for tho presting their goods from East Bcrnstadt on account of the bad roads and high ent. Sho Is an excellent teacher and Tho water. Tom Parrot made a business all will bo pleased with her. trip to James Brumback's this week school 13 doing nicely with closo to to buy hay, and took dinner with 200 in attendance JACKSON COUNTY We are glad to note a stirring of tho good peopl in Lexington against the forces of evil. The cold figures which show that city to be several times more wicked tliau Chicago, iti proportion to population, may well alarm all who have young friends in the "blue grass capital." And we do not to advise the advocates of cleanliness an to how they shall make their attack. The proposition in to preveut saloons from standing directly opposite the grounds 0f tho State e and Trans lvaniH and other educatioiial institutions. Just how salooiis will be lens harmful by moving to back streets we do not understand. To our minds if there is to bt a saloon within five miles of a school it had better be directly opposite so that its good and evil effects shall be apparent to nil. It will cost n great effort to drive the saloons off to the back streets, and if U is really done the probability is that the saloons will be more deadly in the back streets than facing the colleges. It is better tactics to kill a wolf than to put a collar ou his neck! prt-sumCol-leg- OUAYUAVfK Gray Hawk, Mar. 3. A snow him. CAItlCO Carlco, Feb. 26. Mrs. Isaac Him s and child aro very sick. David Lear has moved to his new homo on Rcn-frOrbln Smith visited In Laurel last Thursday. Ove Tussey Is very sick with mumps. Wiley Vcnablo Is planning to go to Hamilton, Ohio, this summer: Joe Williams passed through here on his way to Livingston to sell his ties. There Is considerable sickness In this vicinity, due to sudden changes in temperature. John Jones has gone to Hamilton, O., where ho is to make his future homer Uncle Frank Colo is sick. Ewcl Colo of Hamilton, O., Is visiting his father, W. F. Cole. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wllllo Faubus, a flno boy. His name is Ace. J. W. Angel and Jas. Englo have gone to Livingston on business. W. F. Settles 13 selling his property. Ho will move to Livingston. A. J. Simpson, J. B. and Henry Allen of Moo res Creek wcro hero last week surveying land. Wm. Cunagln is planning to go to Louisvlllo to make his future home. The littlo three year old child of S. R. Roberts has been seriously ill with croup. Married, Feb. 22nd, Mr. Willie Roberts of Carlco to Miss Cora Smith of McWhorter. Wo wish them a long and prosperous life. Vesslo Evans, Oscar Smith and Miss Llzzlo Allen were tho guests of Miss Ellen Roberts, Friday night. Thero was a largo tide in tho river last week and quito a lot of tics wero run to market. John Roberts mado a business trip to Hurley, Saturday. Rov. James Colo attended church at Friendship, Sunday. o. Annvillo, with 4 or Leonard and 'Miss Pearl Goodman visited homo from Friday till Monday. Born to tho wlfo of Dr. O.C.Goodman, Saturday night, a girl. Mother and baby aro both doing well. Leonard k of McKoo visited homo Saturday and Sunday. Misses Marie Muj and Miss Ruth L. Ische, teachers In Lincoln Hall Academy, wero invited to supper at the homo of Mies Mattio Medlock, Saturday nlaht, 'Mar. 2nd, and enjoyed a pleasant evenMod-loc- ANN VILLK Mar. 4. .March 6 inches of snow. begins ing. Married, Feb. 29th, Mr. Harrison Halcomb and Miss Jenny Med- - expects to continue her studies Eastern Stato Normal. Robert Main-ou- s Caudlll. Sunday. S. P. Caudlll has at Whites Station. and daughter, Isabella, left to- Just returned from an extended trip Co., through Perry, Leslie and Clay counday for Conway, Rockcastlo CLAY COUNTY whero they will visit 'Mrs. Malnous' ties. IIUKNINCl Sl'IUMiN MAULUKN ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Burning Springs, Mar. 5. The snow father, II. II. Dallcy. IL.A.M CITY Maulden, Mar. 4. Tho snow here of Saturday night was tho deepest CLIMAX Is about six inches Climax. Mar. 4. J. M. Rector mado Island City, Mar. I. Thero Is . a deep. This of tho soason. Tho severe winter Graded u trip to Wlldle, Saturday, on busiwinter has been tho severest In u following tho drouth of last summer largo tldo In South Fork. long tlnw. The farmers aro not hav- - has mado feed high and scarce. Corn school closed at this place today. ness. Whoclcr Clark of Humblo wns ing much success in their work. sells readily at a dollar per bushel, Miss Back, one of tho teachers, will tho truest of Arthur Clark of Climax, Rov. Wm. Johnson's wlfo who ha3 and bay at thirty dollars per ton. leavo at once for her homo at Saturday night and Sunday. There Breathitt Co. Born to tho was quito a number of (reoplo at Clibeen 111 Is slowly improving. Mrs. Ever so many inioplo havo moved to , Sarah Wilson Is very HI and is ex- moro favorable localities. 'Mr. Mel-l- n wlfo of F. Gentry, a flno girl. A. B. max, Friday, to hear tho trial bepected to live but a short time. Mr. Hart's salo was well attended and Carmack and wlfo visited relatives tween Clark and Fencll for tho right of tho property whero Clark now and Mrs. Shelby McGcorgo aro all ' his property brought fair prices. Ho at Blake, Saturday and Sunday. smiles over tho arrival of a flno girl. and his family accompanied by his Capt. Short, Wm. "Mays, and G. J. lives. It was tried In Squlro Moore's Her name is Cora Opal. Victor and and his family, 'Mr. Chaa. Gentry captured a copper moonshlno court. Tho Jury gavo a verdict In Eva Hall of Welchburg aro visiting Thompson, will leave, Tuesday, for distillery last week near Drip Rock, favor of plaintiff, Fenell. Geo. Rectheir grandparents, air. and Mrs. Geo. ' their future homo In Oregon. Their Estill Co. with eleven hundred gallons tor was tho guest of his father and Ainyx. Ellis ana Rachel HoJcomb vis-- many friends wish them a safe of beer and ono hundred and ten mother, Thursday night. Ho returned Itcd their sister, Mrs. E. B. Flancry, Journey and much success at their ' gallons In tho still. Tho outfit was to his homo nt Klrksvlllo, Friday. OHLANDII Saturday night J. E. Wilson, travel- new homo. Tho many friends of Mrs. reported to be worth ono hundred Orlando, dollars. Also, on the Feb. 27. Kddley Miller ing salesman for Kellogg and Co. of Mary Murray Who has been residing and soventy-flv- o Richmond, called on our worthy mer- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fay- - same raid James Pryso of Vincent was was taken with a hemorrhage of tho chant, J. E. Holcomb. Alfred Mooro ctto Rawllngs, will be surprised to arrested, tried and held to Jackson lungs, Saturday, but Is some better. Wm. Durham who disappeared visited his brother, Wm. 'Mooro of learn that sho will soon leayo to Join j Federal Court, three weeks ago has made nq iioonkvii.i.i: Nathanton, Saturday and Sunday. F. her husband, George, In their now Boonovllle, Feb. 26. School will return yet. Owen V. Jarrett, the L. Montgomery Is buying largo quanhomo In Indiana. Sho and her family tities of goods of all kinds and will will bo much missed by all. A young closo with a big entertainment Mar. siioke mun, will bo in this vicinity have a full store soon. Call and sco son of Columbus Thompson had a 22. A protracted meeting conducted the last of tha week taking up spokes. Mrs. Nancy Ball has been sick him. Jim Amyx ef Egypt visited at finger nearly severed from his hand by Rov. John Willis of Beattyvlllo closed last Friday p. m. Thero was n tho past weok. Miss Rose Payne Greenhall, Sunday.. by an older brother whllo tho lat- largo congregation every evening. of Gap was hero on legal busiMcKKK ter was chopping wood. Dr. Hornsby i will movo to tho country ness, Saturday. Miss Leila Owens U McKeo, 'Mar. 4. L. C. Littlo and has the case 'in charge and ho believes Wm. Wilder In about threo weeks. Mrs. Pearl Btaylng In the L. and N. railroad offamily have moved to Welchburg, in- that he can savo tho child's hand. to tho John Johnston house. J, F. 'Mrs. Simpson Eletou Is dangerously Smith Is visiting her parents, Mr. and fice as a student. Robert Baker was Englo was in Loulsvillo an last week ill with cancer. 'Mrs. America Mor- "Mrs. Hiram Hogg. Mrs. V. Saunders tho guest of Miss Laura Parker, SatMln-turday. Mrs. Frank Ball of Winchesbuying goods. L. T. Medlock was vis- gan has moved to her homo which spent tho day with Aunt Louise M. last Friday. Miss Hattlo Mlnter ter Is visiting homo folxs. D. iting In Annvillo last Saturday and sho recently purchased from, Mr. Hart. Singleton was In "Ml. Vernon, yesterspent tho day with Mrs. Grovcr "Mur-rSunday. W. H. Clark mado a trip Daniel B. McDaulel has moved his last Friday. Tho swinging bridge day, ou business. Tho Citizen agent to Louisvlllo nnd Cincinnati last wlfo into tho homo of her mother, a great deal of fencing was was in this vicinity this week, sayweek. Another surveying party ar 'Mrs. Mary Wells, and ho will go to and blown down hero during tho wind ing that ho was doing an excellent rived hero last week to help survey Harlan to work. Mrs. Katlo Whito storm Wednesday ovcnlng. Miss business for the paper. tho Thomas land. S. B. Fulton has lost a flno mure recently. It is WILUIK Hattlo Noico will enter school at Cow returned to his homo In Charleston, thought that cho was ridden too hard. Creek collego, Monday. MIbs Ruth ' Wlldlo, Mar. 4. Miss Nettle Fish V. Va., for a few days.-- J. M. Hlgnlte Tho mlllmcn, tho McDaincl Bros., Breeding Is visiting relatives ut lb visiting friends In Berea this weok. will soon havo his storehouse, com- - bought a good saw recently. They aro Beattyvlllo. Mrs. C. M. Anderson J. R. Dotson was In Mt. Vcruou, plotcd. Tho Rov. DoYoung of Gray now prepared to do first class work. was out to church last Sunday. Geo. Mar. lst.-Jand Mrs. Wallaco AdHawk preached In the chapel last Mrs. Llda Brcwu has resumed her Hall of this placo has gono to Breath- ams of Berea visited friends ut this Sunday night. Tho G. A. B. C. of position In Uio Manchester bank. placo last weok. Mr. aud Mrs. Purr itt to go Into tho picture business. the Acadomy chooso officers last Dr. Wm. B. Hornsby is spending a Will Scale and family have sold out Hlatt of Spring1 Lake are visiting Friday and tho following wcro elect- few days with his parent. Ho will to Peter Wilson and moved to Win- Mrs. Iliad's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ed: Gcorga Bowles, President; Delia take his brldo back to McKeo for n chester. E. Ballingor. Miss Stella Anglln, L. Glenn, and Sanford visit. Mrs. Frank Scott Is visiting HTIIHOKON. Evans aud Miss Terry from Berea Secretary. Bob RollinB, her mother at tho homo of O, M. Lalnhart, Sturgeon, 'Mar. 4. Tho largest snow wero visiting Miss Bello Jones tho traveling salesman, was In town, Baker. Petor Standafer left last week fell hero Saturday night, Mar. 2nd, first of last week Mrs. II. 11. Wood Thursday night. Bob McQueen mado to take a position on a now rail- measuring 7 Inches. David Flanory, Iibb been sick for a few days. Gil' a trip to Berea last week. Georgo road near Lexington. tho stavo man, who Is now filling bert Dally was down from Conway Heffnor was in town last Thursday. VINK tho position recently vacated by last weok. A. Reynolds Is no bot-tiHo bos been buying coal lands In this Vino, Mar. 2. Laura Morgan who David Baker, Is doing a hustling busiMrs. Alvln Roynolds of LivingCounty, Ho Is an engineer on a pas- has had typhoid fever la Improving ness for Congloton. Sorao dogs ston visited friends hero last week, senger train and lives In Louisvlllo. fast, Tho singing at Dao Hurley's, attacked Jas. Flanory's sheep last Mrs. Thcrisa Roynolds died, Jan. Miss Fairy Reynolds gavo a birth Thursday night? was enjoyed by all. week, killing four and scattering tho 21st. Sho was about 80 years of ago, ' Mr. and Mrs. day party at her homo last Monday J. M. Morris visited flock vory badly. Shorman Brewer Tho bereaved family have our greatnight. .Mr. and Mrs. Jim Short, Friday night. gavo tho young folks a candy party est sympathy. Tom Parsons who has ! I i 1 Jack-sontow- n, scn-ln-laJ er el I I Mr. I I Cowley. School is progressing nice- ly. Miss Ora Flanery Is tho teacher. Mrs. Hubert Nicely spent Friday with her sister, Mrs. '.Minerva Potts, era, left for her homo In Pendleton Co. for a few days, after which sho Caudlll's farm at Travelers Rest and Is now looking out for a tenant. W. T. Cecil and his daughter, Lois, at wcro the guests of Mr. and Mrs. 8. Rockford, Mar. 4. Wo aro still having a cold winter here. Tho Ico and snow tins not been gone slncu Jan. 0th. Thero Is plenty of Ico hero now that Is fifty days old. Everybody Is longing for tho spread of tho big table as feed Is scarce and high. Corn Is 90 cents per bushel, bay a dollar and a halt per hundred and mill feed Is a dollar and eighty-fiv- e Iter hundred. This will bo a winter long to bo remembered at It followed u bad crop year which makes it moro noticeable. A new telephono lino Is being put up from Berea to tho Odd Fellows Hall on Clear Creek. Thero Is strong talk of running a lino thru Scaffold Cono to Conway which will bo connected with tho Mt. Vernon line. J. J. and I. L. Mar tin havo their phones now. Tho lino will go on thru as soon as tho weather la better. James Vaughn has moved to tho farm of G. L. Wren. Saturday, March 2nd, was regular church day at Scaffold Cano but tho pastor, Rov. A. Cornelius, failed to be present, Uncle Garett Bowles, aged SO years, la ablo to seo after his business. Ho Is almost as a actlvo as a boy. There Is quito lot of plowing going on around here, with J. M. Bullen as leader. H. K. Bullen and Vlars aro doing tots of grinding for the boys every Saturday. Tho littlo baby of Llnvtlto and Kettle 'Martin was burled in tho Scaffold Cano cemetery, March 2nd. WAIIKIISVILI.K Wagorsvlllo, Iar. 3. Wo aro having moro winter weather. Thero Is u great deal of sickness hero. Tom Scrlvner of Clark Co., Irvine BcrlV' ner of Lexington and Mrs. Knto Scrlvner nnd Miss Nettle Wagers of Richmond aro hero with 'Mrs. A. E. Scrlvner, who Is not expected to Maude live but a few days. Miss Park camo homo, Saturday, after an extended visit with relatives In Frank fort. Mrs. Knto Wilson Is not expected to llva but a few days. Mr. and Mrs. J. Gabbard were tho guests of tho former's mother, Mrs. Harvo Gabbard, who Is very sick. Robert Conlinueil on rage Hive ESTILL COUNTY I A mm C.RKSlI'CrW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE MERRIAM WEBSTER Tho Only Sew unabridged dictionary in many years. Contains tho pith and eaaencc of an authoritativo library. Covors ovory Hold of knowledge An Encyclopedia in a slnglo book. Tho Only Dictionary with tho New Divided J'ufie. 400,000 Words. 2700 TaRCi. 0000 Illustrations. Cost noarly half a million dollars. 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