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REKBA MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, The Citizen APRIL 0, 1011 Knowledge It power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XII. One Dollar a year. No. 41 BEREA BEAUTIFUL AND HEALTHFUL Good Clothing for Boys SrwUSUTTWIl Vnof llASTtC m pockit WAIST BAND ,,u - vx INfHLlNtB 1 A1 TOP I J 1 TOP Y " OU probably don't give much thought to the way your boy's clothes look but a lot of people see them. ' If he is wearing Best-Ev- er " euomTTe ' a 1 Clothes I KXMlt roCKit ttAVID nTlPLmni I V NOOY KTTONS " " 17 ,VJ noMrAosa:::5 you needn't be ashamed of having people see him. He will look right, and of all, he will what know it himself. is-be- Helen IleHiitiful anil Heatliful. This Is our subject for this Meek, anil we hope it nill be tho slogan of our citizens for nil time tocomo. This cuptiun will be fouutl on nenrly every mn of the present issue and is tho fulfillment of our announcement Inst week that tie ex. pec ted to nmke this issue our "Spring Cleaning" number. Ilerea is a beautiful place- - to those who have an eo only fur the distant hills, the expanse that leads nnay lo the Dlue Onihs.orto those who only gHze at the stars. Hut there are none such, for IIiom? n lio most appreciate the distant scenes nre the very ones most Hpt to look about for the marks of cleiuilim hh ami beauty in street and in the back yard and barn yard, around school house and chinch. And it is the view from tho back door that tells on the home; il in the kcIhwI haunt: Hull IcIIh oh the commttiiilu. Hut the story these tell it is not ours to repeat. There are others that sometimes drop their eyes below the sky line. They have been observing some things and seeing some visions. They have an ideal for Ilerea and we have asked them to speak for us. Tin: Cm-if.- n is theirs thin week. It is for us only to introduce them. It is for every Hcrean to hear their call, listen to their plen for Herea IleHiitiful and Healthful. And first the Mayor A Proclamation. Then a member of the Cunnuil Hill boards, Streets ami Alleys. Thj Clio Club Within the Hume. The I'riscilla Club- - Yards and Gardens. The Mothers Club Markets and Groceries. Mr. F. 0. Clark- - Barns and Outbuildings. The Hon i d of Health Milk and Water Supply. Miss Etta Moore The Public School. Mrs. J. M. Early The Churches. Mr. Taylor The College. nl-le- y, Berea Bank & Trust Co. Capital, Surplus, - $25,000.00 $6,000.00 Perhaps you have saved a few hundred dollars which you wish to invest seme place where the principal will be absolutely secure, and at the same time pay you a fair rate of interest. Deposit your money in our Savings Department at 4 interest. Your principal is well secured, and subject to your demand when you need it. The interest is more than you would receive on a government bond, and as much as you can rightfully expect from an absolutely safe investment. We also invite you to do your general banking business with us. A. ISAACS, Pres. J. W. STEPHENS, Vice Pres. JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier MTftST EVERf BOYS SUIT "LOOK AT THE FEATURES" MAY0R7S PROCLAMATION "And there Is never a. leaf nor a lilaile too ineaii To h) some happy creature's palace." If the creature should open its eyes abd see a litter of old tin cans, piles of garbage waste paper, rubbish, and filth; old worn-ou- t fences and tumbled don u out houses, we wonder how it could possibly be happy. We do not believe that the creature, amid such surroundings, can be happy. Nor cau the blade of grass grow, nor the citizen have the pride iu the town that he Phould. Someone has truly suid, "Anything that makes for the health or or the uplifting of the community will always have the women back of it." You may just as well. "sit up and take notice" for tho good women of tho town are going'in for cleaner and better streets, a more beautiful and healthful loun. They ne going in to make Herea a better place in which to live, 1 ho ladies' clubs aided by the City Council have started a cleaning up campaign. Every citizen is earnestly requested and urged to join iu this good work. If you do not wish to bo humiliated by having the Sauitary Committee nosing around or the city marshal calling on you, take this gentle reminder and get busy at once and clean up. Not only around the front door and but out over the garden, vacant lot, barn yard, barn, cowshed, and all out houses. Why not, iu the residence section, grow grass on the narrow-striof land between the and the street? And would it not be h step iu the right direction to tear dowu some of the old worn-ou- t fences and tumbled donn What about splashwell-bein- Berea Beautiful and Healthful Bill Boards, Streets and Alleys COUNCILMAN E. C.SEALE Ilerea has made wonderful strides 'keeps it, but tho keeping of thu within the last decade strides In (streets clean depends upon tho education an'l hlned efforts of each of us. Tho isipulatlon, 'City Council should mako every effort business. Tho visitor In our midst ten years ito keep them free from mud and ago found Utllo elso bill n college, well uraineu, wiui ciean guvvers. men Hut now Berea claims tho proud dls- - each' citizen should seo to It that Unction of having more square toet of ho leaves no rofuso upou ihcni. Often cement walks than any other town we sec a plow run along a ditch and of equal population In tho state. Its a furrow lctt oy mo street jusi as streets once surfaced with mud ore wo would do in tho country. Stones being rapidly Improved. Us buildings aro left on tho sides of the street, uro better. Its lawns are becoming boxes aro scnttered along tho "walks tho displays of our merchants are moro artistic. In a word the spirit not always as carefully made as posof civic prldo is being rapidly developed and Bcrca's citizens aro anx sible. Now Is tho tlmu to resolve that ious and determined to inako their wo will keep our public ways beautilittle city a model placo iu which to ful and clean. Tho trees along our streets arc a live. And this Biuing every ono Is ask thing of beauty when cared for but r ing himself what ho can do to make a nuisance when left to hang our public wa)s. Let us tako a Ilerea more beautiful. Others will tell us how to beautify the home, the col jook at our trees, maybe, they need lege, tho store etc, etc., but I want trimming. to-- havo you consider how wo ran Then, our .walks. It should bo tho duty of eacn property noiuer to main beautify our streets. Tho City Council should pass an tain tho walk In front of his proordinance against posting bills on perty and keop It clean. Nothing adds trees, fences, telephone iioles or any to tho beauty of a homo more than public placo except on bill boards a beautiful cement walk. Wo havo for that purpose, ttvery mer- not begun to Improve them yet. We chant should havo for his motto, havo tho walks but the grades of "Post no bills." Tho city should not our property do not always fit th allow hand bills to be scattered on walk and a little grading s necessary. our streets or commons. It Is easy It would bo a great thing If every to throw- - refuse where there Is refuso, property holder In Herea would, this his lawn so the best way to keep tho streets spring, repair or remove from bills Is to start clean, and I fence and grado his lawn so as to suggest that wo begin this spring by havo It rlso a little nbovo tho walk Aiylng, "Post no bills except on bill and then spread It with beautiful grass. Grass between tho walk and lioards." street would odd much to the Tho beauty of a city dejiends largo- - tho ly upon tho appearance of Its streets beauty, nils would make ono homo and walks. Tho keeping of tho housa thu envy of another and the thing and lawn clean and beautiful depends would catch. This spring Is tho time to begin. the tasto of the person who uiKHi com-weult- h, low-ovepro-par- ed Bring Your Boy in ana Let Us Fit, Him Out, R. R. COYLE Berea Beautiful and Healthful! The College I MR. H. E. TAYLOR (ithr Southern together with all dirty hands and faces; tattered lnstltu- - clothes (clean patched clothes art) cducatloiml books; hM come to rrallxo Hint tho ways honorable); lessons Implanted through thu quiet, marred school room furniture; dirty Hutitlo Influence of dally environment uns)stemntlc lesson memoranda; poor tin with thorn: of thu clajs Midu walks; muddy arc The laying oul of the homo' cans at rear of kitchen; ilimy gar-doloom. yard, tho planting of trees and bage cans; ragged lawns; poorly tho system and order of tllated rooms; Instructors careless In tho house within, cleanliness and care dress (wo despise foppery); students monopolizing sldo walks; corner prop-sileIn personal habltii, these all servo yet eloquent educator. Ilerea plus; carelessness In filling apolnt- Collegu may Implant Kreat thouhgts mentx, and so on ad Infinitum, Theso things Herea College desires and ambitions, tuuy teach truths In science, may graduate her student lo correct, hut tho process In, of Trifles make jierfoc- with high honors, and yet may fall course, slow. utterly throiiKh tho neglect of the! tloii and perfection Is no trifle. V greater lessons In the economy of Imvn't many text Itooks which touch directly Usui theso subjects, and H tho world's progress. woild, system U only through thu patleiit porsowr-in- g In tho commercial und order urn chief essentials. Like effort on thu part of the College wise In our great collegia, lnstltu workers and our vlllago neighbors lessons filter tlonal churches and social settlement that these work tho value of theso object les- - Into tho minds of our 1,."00 students, sons Is found to he of paramount "Where there. Is no vision the Ilerea College cannot af- - pie perish,'' Solomon tells us In Pro v. ford to have on her domain crooked 2S: IS, therefore, let us set our Ideals fences; broken rulls, paier bestrewn high, for, "It's not failure but loiv atnpus; weedy gardens; weather heat-- ( nlm thut's crime." en fnrm Implements, dlrtv. uneanlLiry ' Iet the Civic Club of the town dairy; untainted houses or school Ifeel freo at nny time to talk over buildings; leaky roofs; broken window' tho matter with us for further slovenly furnishings In dorml- - vrovenient; wo are willing and buggy beds; poorly swept ions to cooiierate, to do our and floors; foul toilet rooms, pictures or , to put every ounco of blood energy maps askew on tho walls; cobwebs j that lies within us into the futher-l- n corners; dusty walls; students In nnce of this phase of class-roowith unkempt hair and i town and college work. Herea ColIt'K dog-care- d or nt i aux-lorie- s; iM-- back-yar- d side-wal- ing around some paint anil might be n good plan-al- so to organize an Improvement Club for each street? Friends and neighbors, this better town business is an individual affair. Let each make a start in the right directiou oud after the atari m made keep continually at it itaij lnj daij. Let all unite and work, not in a spirit of rivalry, but rattier in the spirit of who can "best work and best agree" for tho common good of our town. Don't forget the special cleaning days, Friday and Saturday, April the 1 Ith and loth. J. L. GAY, Mayor. vhite-wnah?"- PROGRAM FOR THE PUBLIC The following" Program for the Public" we have detached from Mr. Taylor's article and place here to give it the prominence it deserves. It was adapted by him from a placard posted by the Ladies' Clubs iu one of the large cities. It is not asking too much of any one and if practiced Jy every citizen would quickly and easily bring about the results we are seeking. FOR THE BEAUTY AND HEALTH OF BEREA Let us not injure in any way any tree, shrub or lawn. Let us not kill or Injure any birdordestroyanybird'snest or the eggs or young. Let us not throw into the streets, alleys or campus any paper, fruit skins or rubbish of any kind; or throw any of these things upon the floor of any school or other public building. Let us not spit upon the sidewalks, streatcrossingsorup-o- n the floor of any school house or other public building. Let us not cut or mark in any way fences, poles, sidewalks or buildings of any kind. Let us at all times respect the property of others as we would our own. Thus shall we become good and useful citizens, making our city beautiful and worthy of our love and devotion. Berea Beautiful and Healthful Barns and Outbuildings CLARK well lighted cow stable will lncreaso tho flow of milk 20 per cent. If this Is true of cows should wo not ex- -, pect that a dean horse stnblo or hen I'.ouso would have a beneficial effect upon horses and chickens as well. Hut It Is tho health of ieople ra ther than stock that wo are now con- cldcrtug. How cau wu live on the uimo lot with all kinds of dirty and unhealthy animals and still expect to keep clean und happy? We find iu tho town of Ilerea dozens of old barns nnd other outbuildings that aro really filthy. Munure and gaibago accumu- MR. F. O. Iu many parts of Kuropo tho peo- plo and their stock live, In the same building, and It takes a close observer to detect w hlcht Is tho moro sanitary, tho or the dwelling NEWS OF THE WEEK IK OUR OWN STATE rooms. Tho Idea of a really clean barn !s Extra Settlon of Congress Convenes Powers Sworn in Without Opposition without opoMtlon, the caucus of Ken- nis candidacy for tho nomination nf just beginning to bo comprehended Representatives t.overnor nnd his progressive platform by tho American eoplc. Wo drink O'Rears Announcement Spreads tucky's Democratic Tuesday Noon Day Given up to the Organization In Both Houses New1 Consternation Among Democrats. having decided that ho could not bo has thrown consternation Into tho j! milk that conies from a dirty stable, excluded constitutionally. It Is ranks of tho Democrats. They havi milked by dirty hands und mado Mr. Clark Political Compleetlon I'OWKHS TAKKS HIS SKAT however, that somo churges, awakened to tho fact that ' pure by tho surface dralnogo of tho Tells the Democrats that they are Representative Powers of tho 11th coining from tho District, aro pending. they havo no platform and no f asy barn yard, and then wonder how It on Trial. rougressional District was sworn In way to get ono slnco thy aro to could possibly bo unclean. It has been CONSTKRNATION IN CAMP ns ti member of Congress, Tuesday, Judge O' Rear's announcement of Lave a primary and not a convention, found by experiment that a clean, TUB BXTKA SESSION d Congress aaem-Mo- d Tho in oxtra session at noon Tuesday. Tho Senate Is coniK)sed of SO Republicans, 41 Democrats, and thero Js ono vacancy. In thu llousu thero am 160 Hepubllculis, 'US Democrats, l Socow-stahl- o ! I I Sixty-secon- cialist and 2 vacancies. Tho only business transacted related to the organization. Champ Clark was elected Speaker of tho House, and ltvpresentatlvu Mann of Illinois becomes tho Republican minority leuder. lloth Houses adjourned to awult wait Inn President's message which not sent In till Wednesday. ON THIAL In his speech accenting tho Speak FURNITURE SAVE THAT DIFFERENCE We have a few specialties this week' which will be of special interest to all housekeepers. Come in and see us for it always pays to keep in close touch with us. ershlp Representative Clark plem-untl- y reminded his party In tho Houv) that they aru on trial, and that further confidence Is sure to be withheld If they do not glvo better of tho worthiness of tho trust than fine phrases. Ho thinks they will win a further evl-don- voto of confidence Intelligent revision Continued on It they glvo un for- - of the tariff, lot pit. WELCH'S late' for months and eurs, making un Ideal placo for thu breeding of files and many other annoying If wo will clean up our barns, s and privies wo can do uway with four-fiftof the files for It flies do not havo stable manure or human excreta to lay their eggs Iu or something equally ns tllthy they will not hatch. Hut if ono keeps his burns clean us well us tho yard aud house ho Is not altogether safe. Ono manure pile In a neighbor's yard will become tho breeding placo of millions of flies, und, strange to say, our neighbor will not Keep them all at home. So it Is necessary that all clean their barns, out hoUbCB, cleur thu bacit yard and screen the waste, garbago and slop cuu, tliut any may bo safu und enjoy tho blessings of health. In tho country It becomes mor of an Individual problem slnco people llvo farther apart. Tho clean aro not in that raso under such danger from tho careless und unclean. Herea Is Improving Iu matters of taultutlou but thero arc still great barn-yard- needs. Page Two 1UC ITI7CM WILL ADANDON 8T0CK FARM. April 6, 1911 DAILY DIET AND nr rm. t. J. AtLr.rt o4 3cUIU( SOMETIMES OUS. The Citizen A family newspaper ARBOR DAY Ky. .WIRELESS TELEGRAPH FOR OHIO RIVER BOAT. for all that li right true and interesting. . Largest of Its Kind In the Stat Become a Dairy Center. to MEXICAN REBELS HEALTH HINTS INJURI- PubtUhrd every Thursday Oncorporated) Pert. PROCLAIM J Fri- - . BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. P. Faulkner, Edltcr and Manager. Governor Names Date as day. October 27 Subscription Rates PAT ABLE IK ADVANCE. Ont TW Blx Months Ttirv Months .... CHANGE FROM SPRING TO FALL . a Ixrtihville ""Tic first packet lo have a wire!. telegraph cqulp- ment will be the Quen City Plane have bivn completed to have receiving and rending sta- tlons nt ewc-a- l places along the river between I'Ktsburg and New Orleans. It Is probable that the boat will have an operator and outfit vhen fshe departs for New Orleans April S. MORGAN STATUE ACCEPTED. Lexington. James B. Hoggin, of Nov York, owner of Klmeadorf stock farm, has decided to abandon tho plant, fo far as thoroughbred producing la concerned. This H a severe. blow to racing In Kentucky, on Ehncn-ilor- WE EOFF GUARD MILK of Its kind in the state. Two years ago the Elmcndorf stud consisted of Celebration of Capture of Town Became an Orgy has been tho most extensive plant f anti-bettin- g It Is Thought Trees Transplanted In the Fall Have Better Chances For and two cent stamps. WUyl Life Executive Tells of Uses of Th date oftnr your name on to wtvu date your nuKCrtptcm li bom Trees to Humanity. paM. If It to not char.troJ Khn there us. afur renewal notifyckuUy supplied lLtaeSnc numbers will be. Frankfort Gov. Wfllson Lued a If we are notl.led. proclamation designating Friday, Octorirxi pranlums c.Vap, ith rvw subscriptions and prompt renewals. &mCt tit ber 27, as, Arbor Hay for Kentucky ar.d remium list. LlberaJ terms riven to any or who obby planting of on utkc-- its observance tain mw mihucrtptVms tor us. Any can trcoa and other suitable exordsvs. enduvn us four yearly racriptkrn reotve The Cltlien free) lor btmtf for The Proclamation. ooe year. Advertising' rates on appKcftfton. Tho dnto has been changed from the spring to the fall because the depart-mea- t w Kim En or who ha been advised by thrt-- or Express 8emd money by Pot-oHl- c Money Order. Draft. Hotfstwrd Ixt ur, or w wki Unveiling Will Occur October 19, Meet of U. D. C. Our-in- g bilk were pawed In New York. Haggin ha been selling his hone In England, Germany and Agcnttna. The remain- Federals Captured Madero's Uncle on His Way to See Sick Father Worn-aing hordes will be sold, and tho farm Takes Command of Troops After devoted to dairy purposes. n 100 horie, out since the MODERN JOAN D'ARC IN COMMAND a rule, ..Cow's milk Is not, a good food for adult. Its casein Is difficult to digest, and If t remains long In the stom-acas It does where th motor t, sctlon of the stomach Is deft-elen- Husband and Son Were Executed. Mex. KENTUCKY PUQM ASSOCIATION. Comic opera without comedy produced one without music. Six Haltien gercrals Lave been ecuted. But there are others. baa ex- skirt It Is safe to predict for the harem a short life and an exciting one Titled husbands seem to thin): they can train American heiresses when caught young;. A New York to Sing Sing for forgery. ly lost his "pull." dentist was lately sent He evident- "Harvard Is after Jl.rOO.OOO." Many of os would like to do the same thins;, but what's the use? Telephone girls In Denver marry In months. In New York the Is 23 months. Go west, young woman! 13 are experienced in planting trees and that tho trees ore more likely to live when transplanted In the Tall than in the spring. Tho attention of our people is called, to the Importance of renewing tie generous gift of trees which was the porWe have wasted a tion of Kentucky. priceless heritage and time prases us to try to make it good by a renewal of our forests. Trcea Wanted now- in places where there arc none will add to the beauty of the neighborhood and to the wealth and welfare of the future, and I hope that the children will plant and carefully cherish tree In the school yards and In places along tho roads where other t2imgs can not be grown, to the end that wo aliaU have trees growing for tho future usefulness, for beauty, and for health and to help In tho storage of waters. Lexington The John H. Morgan Monument cotnmktec of the Kentucky division of tn- I'nlted Daughters of tho Confederacy adopted the report of a special committee which recently to Brooklyn and inspected the bronze ptarue of Gen. Morgan Just completed. The reemtcrw of the special committee reported that tho work wai satisfactory to them and had been approved by erjerts whom they had consulted. A check for $6,500 will be sent to tho makers c the rtatuo at once, and tho bronze figure will tx shipped iO Islington, where it will be mounted on a grar.;'. pdedtal Jn the court houso jard. The rompJetcd ptatue will cost 115.K. The agaro will be unveiled October 19, during the annual meeting of tho Kentucky division of the I'nlted Daughters of the Confederacy la Lex- AWama, Thlrtyfwr rolwM were killed and urorcrt wounded in n olasii borven 21A federal wMlt'W nnd 150 Insurrcctos. Tho irtfurrecto are naM to have Usai nhot Hko rabbit hi v running fight following a surprise. aUork of tho fcdoraK Dial on!dfer declare they loet only four men kllkd. Two of tiiem wero llcutcrjiTits, who kd tho feuVralrt In tho .SS1.K The rout folkiweil an orgy wliloh Uw Insurrectoa staged nfler they marched Into Aldama without relt-once- . Not anticipating attncK, their officers iesued Invltitlonn to a thimv and then the killing of 20 tiead of cattle, announcing Uiat thoy were preixuing lim teef for the wriin-- r of 1,000 encannx-Knio ilUrtiinco south of the city of Chihmihuo. At tho danco lo:h hosts and giK3t drunk chac. hl n putrefaction, causing poisoning, Is the result. The Infant Is better adapted to the digestion of milk than the adult, but cow's milk caotes great mortality In Infants, aside from Its contamination by lack of care. Buttermilk le preferable because Its casein curds are broken up and the development of Its specific germ prevents the growth In the milk of disNuts ease producing germs. are safer source of protein than milk, and for Infants who cannot have their natural food, goat's milk should, If posslblt, ha orovlded. Less than half a dozen cases of tuberculosA" have ever been found In the goat. It Is the cleanest and healthiest of animals and best of all the milk may be conveyed to the Infant's stomach without ever a moment's contamination by air. ington. SAMUEL J. ROBERTS. poo Publisher of the Lexington Leader, and PerryvUlo, John, the Prominent in public life Throughof Jim. Ella. Harmon Watts, received out Kentucky and in Lexington. terrible injuries when a dynamite cap nhich be was carelessly handling exploded. His right hand was almost WILL TEST LEGALITY. torn off, and fraxtnents of the cap were imbedded la h'. body Election of State Fair Secretary Called Into Question. PLAYED WITH DYNAMITE. Massachusetts proposes Imposing m tax on all bachelors of good standing and correct moral habits. How many will It reach! Wellesley girls are to be taught the of raising onions. We should think tho art of eating them would be more Important. Bliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Bliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Ixrjlsville. Former State Fair J. W, Newman, at a meeting of th Kentucky board of agriculture, indicated bo toon would fl!-- a "friendly" suit to test the legality of the election of I M. Shy to the secretaryship. l'ro'pecta for this year's fair, according to the prospectus outlined by the agricultural board, eeem exceptionally : xhlb. gtxl, and eorae lis arc planned. record-bnmkinj- art GOV. WILSON TO SPEAK, man Is suing fcr a divorce because his wife has hardly spoken to him in years. Some men do not appreciate their blessings. A Cleveland aESSBBIIISSHllBBISSiBIISSIBSIiSXBIIIB The czar of Russia has ordered an opera to commemorate the deeds of his ancestors. Possibly the mnslc will be Interspersed with bomb explosions. here, July 12 and 13. and the subject of his address will be "The lawyer In Politics." HURT BY A RUNAWAY. Gov. Woodrow Wilson, of New Jeremy, will to the gutct o! honor and principal speaker at the nwetlcg of the Kentucky bar as?oclo-tion Iexlngton. heavily. Madero's Uncle Captured. lAixdo, Tex Mexican authorities arreted Salvador MndTO, an uncle of Franclsro Modoro, Jr., Icaihir of tho fatBurnvtos, when ho rachtd Neuvo I a redo en route to Monterey to visit hU rick father. Mexican ofllckvH will not ctato on what chargo Mndero is held. Woman Heads Troops. Douglas. Ariz. Mm. Taiv mantes, ho5 buabanl and two cotvi were ebot a few dnj-- ago by (ren. of tho ftdtral forot, nt Hernw fiUo, Li now in tit! field at tho head of 1. 1,000 men, under the command rf Alex. Candaxina. She Hwar to avenge the death of nor lovxd ones. Bombs Were Thrown. El Franclrco Sonora. a eral widier, is dead, and three men wounded as a rwult of tho explosion of three tiomtM in Callo Diablo, in Ciudad Juarez. l'nle an attack won being planned on the JaH and was thwarted by a tomb expkxling ircnia-tnrely, the renl pticptv of tho explo sion is Inexplicable. -s Ohl-spa- DAILY DIET AND nr PR. food T. HEALTH niNTS 5pcttlsl J. ALLEN FACTS ABOUT THE PEANUT. The peanut Is, In many ways, the most Interesting thlno that grows. It has so many qualities that It Is classed by some as a nut and by others as a pea or bean. It Is grown for Its fruit and yet Its hay Is valuable enough to warrant Its cultivaAlthough tion for that alone. the fruit bears the closest resemblance to the tree nut. It matures beneath the surface of the ground, like the potato. It contains less moisture than the cereals, as much fat as the average of tree nuts and more albumen than beef, while Its percentage of mineral food Is great- l'aa fd JUST AFTER TRAIN PASSCO Grand Trunk Bridge Was Destroyed By Dynamite Explosion. circulation has reached the sum of 131.43. but a good mcny people retire at the end of the week with less than 43 cents each to the good. A learned professor has discovered that men prefer blond women. But he needn't expect becbands with brunette wjves to help him prove It to the public The per capita f Fahnouth. Jwsst. Millar, Ncaie, met with a scveru if not fatal acc.'dent In an endeavor to stop a he was struck by the ,naia-atonguo of the wagon and knocked down and the horses and wagon ever his body. rv-a- r jiad BEREA'S PLUM. Dr. D. K. Pearson win celebrate his 91nt birthday on April 11 by tho distribution of $300,000 in gifts to educational and religious InstituUonn, Berea. South Deed, Ind I'nklrtrtliieil blew up tho Grand Trunk railway brldgo over the St. Joseph river hero with dynamite. A few minutti teforo tho explosion cam a jruent:gT train tho npot. This fact given iifo to the belief that on ntSimpt was made to cau a wholesale loi of llfo by do doll leg th? train. The cauf-- of tho explosion cnuttd widespread damage to property, win- down tehig brokn and hourcs ehakeu to their foundation for a radius of ono mile. Bits of flying steel and Bhatlep ed gla& were nt In all directions f mlikor and several tonons pa--ce ry-edvi- er than that of the cereals. It does not exhaust the soil of nitrogen because It absorbs that element from the air through Its roots by the help of a microbe, and Is thus less likely to exhaust the soil than many Inferior crops. It can be grown wherever corn matures by selecting early maturing varieties. It grows best In a sandy loam and needs little moisture. DAILY DIET AND HEALTH HINTS tlr f ood ApKUIIal t)R. T. J. ALLEN MEAT VS. ENTIRE BREAD. WHEAT The most polite man on record hid He was a New York man. who apologized in his will to his wife for not leaving her more money. the fact until his death. NEW ELKS' HOME AT MIDDLESBORO. Lodge No. 1041 Dedicated Its New Building on St. Patrick's Day and Held a House Warming, Reception and Banquet at Which Middlet-bor- o and, in fact, Kentucky Elkdom Celebrated. making a total disbursement for such purposes during the past few years at BROKEN RAIL TO BLAME. Among the forthnearly $5,000,000. coming gift is one for Bcrva college Derailed a Fast Train and Nine Are of $1CO,(K.0. Hurt Wreck Burns. TELLS STORY OF BANDITS. SURVEY COMPLETED. Inventor Johnson, who discovered Elizabethtown. Anotbnr step has Portland cement, is still alive and Mail Carrier of Long Standing Arrest, ed Charged With Robbing Mails. hearty at tho age of 100. Maybe been taken toward tho oulldlng of a is more conductive to longevmodel highway through Hardin county SaVm. J. J. Thomas, for sixteen aa part of tho Ixulsille-Manrmot- h ity than Flctcherizlng after all. rears mall carrier between Marion and Cave boulevard, it was tho compleSalem, was arresttd in the letter town, A Wllkesbarre Alderman has decidoy County Surveyor McNary of of tion ed that face paint is a necessity and charged with robbing tho mall not a cause for divorce. Since when ll.W-- is currency. He was held under the survey ordered by the Hardin fiscal court for ihe purpose of tabllsh-In- g have Aldermen been given Jurisdic- bond. tho original right of way 60 feet tion In divorce cases In Wllkesbarre? Thomas hz made no admladong to the police. The suspected man beans wide on tie old l & N. plko (now "A man who allows his wife to have a good reputation, and during his long known as Lincoln Way), with the her own way," says a Boston profes- tserrie has carried thousands of dol-la- order that all obstructions of any charsor, "is a philosopher and a diplowith never an irregularity. He acter be removed. mat." We might add that he Is doing Is li years okl, married, and 11 res with the only thing it is possible for him to his wife and several children in KENTUCKIAN TO THE RESCUE. 4o. Marion. Islington. At Princeton, N. J.. Gar-reThree men in New Jersey, disguised TWENTY BOYS IN CORN CONTEST. Davis an assistant in the In hobble skirts, caught a highwayman Ellzabtthtown. J. L. I'flkenton, department of ctwtnistry, by a quick who had been terrorizing women, resact saved tho eyotiight of a sophomoro idents of the section. Tbls is another county tfchool sanATiMendent, has 20 'boys from the ages of 12 to In tho laboratory. The Htudent waj good word spoken for the 1ft yeara of this county to enter tho looking down a fttt cube, containing garment. g contest, put on by the postassium inmnganato and sulphuric acid. Duektor vized tho tube That Ohio Judge who ruled that a Mate board of agriculture. Ixx-a- l wife may annox a husband's have ubcribvd over $150 In Just Ufore It exiiioded. Hundreds of cash without his knowledge or consent evi- prizes, and much interest is being pieces of glass wtro driven into hla dently has no desire to lead the bach maniftfted. hacd. elors away from their race suicide tendencies. CarJUle It is said the erection of INHERITANCE TAX PAID. pew city haH in thlfv chy wjll beTravel to Europe this year tll be gin thin spring. IVfinUe tep.t tuu-arLexington Tho executor of the oeavler than over before. Also the that end have been taken by Uh? city late Ilkshard T. Anderson laid pasting through the custom house, council an the inheritance tax on hh when the autumn leaves bgln to fall, stale, most of which wa3 beuoathed will be donu much more carefully than GEN. BUCKNER ENTERTAINS. to his iiephow ond niece, H. T. Ander-eon- , tn the past. Jr.. and Miss Minnie Anderson. MoTrforrd8Vllle. Gen. Simon Bolivar Mr. Anderson wan a bachelor and Eliot of Harvard UucknT, "Gray Kagle of Glenn I.lly, therefore all of the estate ho left w&a thinks six or eight children are tho celebrated bJu 88th birthday at his ol" liable to inheritance tax except $600 of proper number for tho average fam- honK' in the knobs of Green river. His each bequest. The payment of the ily. Does Dr. Eliot forget that chll gues-t- i were entertained in the rustic tax was without litigation or dren of the present day do not near -- K,,wBjittd room where iiv was bom. lesal pressure. Hix-knemuch-criticisecorn-growinnier-chan- ts Out In Washington a woman Jury fined a man for swearing. Well, what is a man going to do when be swings a shovelful of coal and misses the furnace door? Sprincfield. Nino persons were Injured when tho "Met.-or,a St. Ixjuh and San Francisco fast train, was A roll tuir.d the CarllsK Shtep raisers otf Nicholas county, whece flocks have wjffcred wreck. Tho train v. us going at 40 through the ravages of dogs, are not miles an hour. Tho baggage car and a day coach likely to itcelve snore than &0 oents on Claims tumtd over and caught tire, both bethe dollar for their . ing burned. amounting to $1,300 have been filed. Mlllereburg. The new depot of the Noted Educator Dies. Ioulsvllle & Nashville railroad is being Washington. Dr. James Ormoml rapidly iditihfd toward completion. Wilson, for many years superintendent The building will be a modern struc- of schools in tho District of Columbia, ture covered with a slate roof and and a educator, died aged equipped with waterworks. Tho new 8C. Dr. Wilson was president of tho depot will take the place of tho one National Education association in 1880, destroyed by fire last November. and since 1692 had been president of Elkton. ltdge Sacdldgc announced tho American Colonization society. that be wiild call a .tocUI term of the Mrs. Yerkes Oead. Todd circuit court for Friday, May 5, New York. Mrs. Mary Adelaide 1randlately following tho regular April term at Greenville, for the pur- Yerkoa, widow of tho former traction pose of trying Morris Banks on the magnate, widely known In Philadelcharge of murdering bis aunt, Mrs. phia, Chicago, Now York and London, died of heart failure, following a genFcnuel A. Scoree. at Trenton. Carlisle. Bath county I to have a eral breakdown. All ex. homo coming celebration. Was White Hous Chef. citizens of tho county will be United to Peoria, m. Alexander Fortin, for come back during the 100th anniver- many chef at tho whllo house in sary celebration. The homo coming Washington, died. Ho rvd ad chef will probably be held soon after the meeting of tho Blue Grass School and of tho white bouso undor Pretddents Garfield, Arthur, Harririn and Cleio Athletic tournament, which in'uus in Kentucky State News doft-ctlv- lo-e- A food may show, on analysis, a high nutritive value, yet may require so much energy to It to appropriate Its nutritive substance and to eliminate Its waste, that the net profit may be little or nothing. There should be no hesitation In preferring, for Instance, olive oil to cod liver oil. Meat digests more easily In the stomach than does wheat gluten, but digestion la not completed In the stomach, and the elimination of meat Is much more expensive than the elimination of entire wheat bread, and most Important considerationexamination of the excreta from meat shows a much greater number of germs (depending much on the kind of meat) than the excreta from st well-know- bread, thus clearly Indicating that meat Is a much more active cause of than bread. n -- HEALTH HINTS Bjr rood DK. T. DAILY DIET AND .sciiui J. ALLEN DISTILLED WATER. yrs Owlnswvlllc, May 27-2- land. te d Whttertburg. On lower Hockhouse creek. Otto Hartt, 26, fanner, formerly ot Colly creek, was shot aud fatally wounded in his home. Harnett lon, stepson, was arretted. his CONVENTION DATE. "Washington. Uncle Sam balanced hla 'books and O'lnted his cnnh and found tho government on a paying basis. Tho treasury began business for April witli a surplus of $3,000,0000 ou all ordinary accounts. Atlanta, Ga. Refusing tn takn opt ates ai:d refusing proffers of nld by his fellow physicians. Dr. A. Moody Burt, surgeon of this city, set a a fracture Of his left arm which was broken wfaen he slipped and fell lu hit well-know- copper-toe- shoe lxmlsvtlle. Republican nominations for r.ate offices will be tnado at a convention to be held in Louisville on Jul." 11. Thlri was agreed upon by the state oentral committee. County conventions will be held Mav S. Ordinary well or city water contains often much mineral and some vegetable matter, which Is Injurious. Typhoid fever, as Is well known, Is commonly caused by decaying matter In the drinking water. Lime, sulphur, Iron and other minerals are often present In excessive amount, Imposing undue strain upon the kidneys for their elimination. This mineral matter may be largely deposited In the arteries, causing their hardening, which Is tho chief characterise physical feature of old age. By distilling the water these mineral elements are eliminated, but natural water containing only small percentages of minerals Is preferable to distilled water. office. April 6, 1911 RAISING THE MONEY THE CITIZEN Page Thre Is for the township to levy an annual giro exact figures and havo a concrete tax for hard roads that will produce example, It will bo necessary to take) perhaps $1,000 or $2,000 and expend It a typical farm In some portion of the upon a gravel or macadam stretch of central west, and apply the two plans road, which Is to bo extended from to that farm. As tho figures aro at HONO I33UE 13 DE3T WAY TO PAY year to yenr at a rale that will give hand, tho writer, selects an average the townihlp a fair amount of hard farm In tho corn belt of Illinois. FOR GOOD ROADS. roads, say. In twenty or thirty years. There Is no reason why this farm Ily the time tho last mile In built un- should bo taken In preference to n der this plan, tho first ono Is wom farm In any other stnto, excopt that EFFORTS OFTEN MISDIRECTED out, the rule being that tho road once moro complete data Is nt hand, henco built receives no Attention, nnd thnt It wilt bo used, Tho same plan will tho money raised In spent upon build- apply with slight .variations to other ing moro roads. Tho roads are Good Roads Fever Carries Community farms In other states, the owners of built without much, If any, at- which, by gottlng tho assessed valuaOff Its Feet Frequently jnd Work being paid to drainage, and tion of their township and state, can It Started Along Impractical Llnei tention tho results nro not always satisfac- figure out and ascertain each for himTax Levy Plan Wrong. tory, In fact, they aro seldom what self Just what the effect will bo upon they should be. Those charged with his farm. Oy HOWARD H. QROS3. tlio duty of spending tho money nineTho assessed valuation of an averteen times In twenty know little, If age ICO aero farm In tho corn belt of In forwarding any great movement, anything, of how tho road should bo Illinois Is about $3,000. Suppose the as tho bunding of good roads, outhtis-lanla CHHcntlal, lint unions this Is built, and when It Is finished It Is township, of which this Is a part, has usually about half as good ns It ought nn assessed valuation of, say, $600,-00coupled with a knowledge of (ho subto be and has cost nearly twice as ject. It ta a question whether It tonio-timnnd Is nut of debt. Ily tho old docs not do moro harm than much ns It should, for let It be said plan, suppose there Is an annual tax greater part levy good. Tbo writer bellnves that a again and again that tho for ten years of GO cents on one of tho taxes raised for highways Is hundred dollars. This wilt produce movement for better highways Is ofts en retarded by friends frittered away by misdirected effort. $3,600 per year, and in ten years will who nre attempting to do totnethlng An eminent engineer, who has had ex total $30,000. This money spent unthey do not undorstand. Tho propo- tended experience, says at least sixty der averago local conditions means rtion to build good road throughout per cent of the funds raised for high- that about halt of It will bo wasted, the land la a very big ono, nnd ex- ways Is wasted. Certainly the waste and tho farm In question will havo to This being the pay each year sixty cents on thirty ceedingly miortant. It Ih a question Is at least that must bo bandied In n big wuy caao, It follows that one of the first hundred dollars or $18.00 per year. If anyono bnd suggested fifty years things to do Is to stop this awful The net result of this expenditure ago tho building of a railway to the waste and eco that a dollar's worth of will bo tho paying out of $36,000 duPad lie slope, he would have been de- rond results from every dollar ex- ring ten years, and probably will proclared nt Icnst visionary This has pended, Instead of forty to fifty cents duces not much over $18,000 worth of been accomplished and today there worth. It ought to bo clear that It Is roads at what they ought to cost. a 3 half dozen such railways, nnd very Important that roads should be Supposo tho new plan Is adopted, by the four months' Journey across tho constructed under expert supervision, Issuing bonds to the full constitutional and that a capable road engineer Is desert Is now compassed In less than limit of S per cent., paying the same three days. Whllo tho building of needed. Of course It Is not practical oft In Installments spread over twento huvo thin and build tho roads piece ty good wagon roads throughout tho years, nnd letting the next generacountry U an Immeasurably big Job, meal, a short stretch at n time, hence tion, who will tiso tho roads, help to township will find It wise. Instead yet there aru back of It boundless re- the of an annual tax levy, to issue bonds pay for them. The bond limit on tho sources; there U far more to encour-agtownship In question Is $30,000. of us than the builders of theso first to tbo full constitutional limit and which exactly $150.00 rests upon tha grrtnt continental roads had to build, say. fifteen to twenty miles of farm In question, to be paid off us go forward road at once and pay for them by tho them. each year, or $7.50 on account of principal each year for twenty years. Interest of course will be paid annually, but will decrease as tho bonds are paid off. Tho first year's Interest will bo K per cent on $150.00, or $7.50. Add $7.50 on account of principal, and tho first year's payment on this farm for good roads Is $15.00. f of tho bonds The tenth year will be paid off, and the interest will drop to $3.75, so that that year tho tax will be $11.25. Tho last year's payment will bo $7.50 on account of principal and 38 cents on account of Interest, making a total of $7.8S. Thirty thousand dollars of bond will build far moro and far bettor roads on a general contract, than $36,000 spent In ten years on a patch work plan, nnd tho cost to tho tax payor will bo considerably less as well. Now, let us suppose that Illinois Macadam Road Near Charlotte, N. C. had. as It surely needs, nn f the state old law. whereby w of n Nurd Carolina road built by ronvlct labor. Note provision amount required for building ierma-ncn- t Hero l a roHil uloni; nM' nt Urn mncadnm roadway. Thus tlio li.ut txvn i.i.i.!'tin iii'iti ronds should bo paid from a trtnrler t. n "in i Imlri" Wlim Ihe nirtli ro.id la In cod rutidlttnn It will bo mt-d-, at ntlwr tun. a Iravrl wl'l l" upjii tlio liurd road. This ! an excellent plan In etery stato tax levy. If this condition obHay. tained, then tho township In question could after raising $30,000, draw with ii stout heart and high purpose bond Issue, paying off the bonds In Inmore from tho state, nnd expend and with n cluar head, and nil will stallments. This is vastly better and $60,000 upon, highways in their towncheaper thun to build short stretches ship. In Illinois less than right. come out by an annual tax levy. Of course In tho property of the stale Is representIn a good roads campaign one of huvo the the must ImiKirtant things Is to un- terost will on 'to bo paid upon peo- ed by farms, so tho stato tax will be bonds, but spread over an Immeasurably greater learn some things that are not so. to ple will havo the other hand tho good xel n tkw of tho proposition from If tho use of tho roadsIs to use, and amount of property. A tax of ten roads not worth cents on one hundred dollars for tho the right angle, and not to work along more than tho Interest on the bond state, will produce nearly $2,500,000 a Impractical lines. The good roads required to build them, then road year, and the state nld tnx upon tha fovcr luuully breaks out In somo community with a hurrah, to build a mile building Is not worth while. The farm In question will bo $3.00 per year world's experience Is that good roads In order to ralso tho second $30,000. or Ivk) of hard mails, nnd there Is a nro always worth several times what This stato tax would add $3.00 to tho squabblo to determine which particuthey cost to any community. tax bill of the farm In question, so the lar road shall huvo tho Improvement, There are many advantages to this maximum amount per year, If $60,000 tfclflsutics crops out and must be reckoned with. When the particular plan. Ily building many miles at once were expended upon tho roads of tho road has been determined upon, then It Is practical to havo good engineer township would ho $18.00 per year-l-ess ing supervision and proper specltlca-tlons- , than 12 cents per acre per year, comes tho question of raising funds. and the result will be a well and tnko It for n scrlos of years, nny-onThoso who are disappointed will give who rnn figure at all, will see that nothing; others will contribute va- drained, a better and a more durablo rious nraounta; the banker, merchant road and ono thnt will not cost nearly the cost to that community, spread and grain dealer aro called upon and as much to mnlntatn as ono poorly over a series of years, will bo even subscribe different sums; others will constructed. Again, on so large a Job less under the bond contract plan, and contribute labor: an entertainment contractors will tlgure lower than up- that they can get, by tho new plan, on a small Job and the host machinery about three times as much road as will bo held In the town hnll, the proceeds to be devoted to tho building of and methods can bo employed to ad- they would upon tho old. In hnndllng the road. Tho local pater will bo vantage, so It la fair to say that twen- road building In this big way, tt will ty miles of road built under a slnglo give an early and practical solution of filled with letters. Interviews and editorials; everybody is patting himself contract will tost from IS tc 20 por the good roads problem, vastly better and more effective than to pass the hat. get up an entertainment and wear oneself out to raise tho money H to build a little bit of road. Vat y 0 e over-zealouono-halo h one-halo one-hal- jj tional Home Town Helps -- g In CIVIC PROGRESS IS NATIONAL Horn Ecm Mr. William A. lladford will snswer questions and give ndrlco FJtltQ OF COST on all subjects pertaining to tho subject of butldlnit for tha reailers of this paper. On account of his wlds na Editor, Author and Manufacturer, ha Is, without doubt, tha highest authority on all theao subjecta. Address all Inquiries to William A. nadford. No. 134 Klfth Ave., Chicago, 111., and only two-cestamp tor reply, exp-rlennt Amei Tlxe And as the Movement Broadens Its Scope It will Surely Be come Competitive. Clvlo Improvement Is becoming naIn Its scopo and as tlmo passes It will become competitive. Tho clUca that pay tho greatest attcnUon to It will hold out tho best Inducements to prospective residents and follow tho surest method of Increasing their population. Tho Improvement of streets nro Important features of tho promotion of civic beauty. Washington Is the best laid out city In America and will In tlmo become ono of tho most beautiful cities In tho world, Its streets are mado upon a plan, mapped out by Plerro L'Enfant, during tho lifetime of Ocorgo Washington. Tho schemo of streets, parks and boulevards then provided for was considered so much out of proportion to tho probablo growth of Washington thnt It was regarded by many persons tho work of an Impractical dreamer. Without It Washington might now bo too much handicapped by tho Irregularity of 1U streets to admit of Its becoming ncity of dignity nnd beauty suitable to Its Importance as tho capital or tho United States. Cleveland, as Mr. Murphy said In his address, "Inld out Euclid avenue all tho way to fiuffalo." In other words Kuclld avenuo wilt follow Its present direction and maintain Its present width, no matter how far tho city limits of Clovcland may be extended. Not long ago an engineer from New York wns summoned to Manila to lay out a city of radlatlnjr boule- It may bo, though, that tho attrac Uvo porch and tbo living room of this houso may mako him stay homo. Tha porch Is eighteen feet long and eight foot six Inches wide, large enough to accommodate qulto a company ot neighbors summer evenings, provided, thoro Is no quarrel on. Tho house Im twenty-fou- r fcot wldo and twenty-four- , feet long. The living room U fourteen This Is tho era of tho Inexpensive foot long and 11 feet 6 inohei wtd. house From present Indications Tho dining room back ts twelro foot, moro bouses of this character will be long and eleven In fcot wide. built during tho coming season than both of those rooms beam colling during any similar period for many can bo provided If you care to go tq yoars. This fact goes to provo that that expense. This feature will bq tho homeownlng Instinct will survive any condition of higher prices for building materials. It Is natural to live In ono's own home. It Is unnatural to llvo In a rented houso or apartment. The family that lives In its own houso, no matter how humblo It may be, feels a sense of Independence that docs not como to tho family In a rented houso. Tlio renter feels. If ho does not say tt, ic3 pfjT fr vards and straight streets extending for enough Into tho Junglo to accommodate the growth of tho capital of tho Philippines for a century. The object In view la to correct ns fa? as possible tho mistakes that wcro mado prior to tho American occupation, nnd to mako Manila tho city In tho entire Orient. Throughout 'the United States and In our most distant "provinces" road building In tho country and street surveying and paving In tho cities is receiving greater recognition as being of fundamental Importance. The states that build tho best roads, and the cities that boast the best streets and tho best highways Trora their centers to their suburbs and the country' beyond tho suburbs, will bo marked "progressive" upon tho map of tho United States that Is In tho mind of every homesecker and every Courier-Journacapitalist. Louisville best-lald-ol. after paying his rent: "Well, I have a place and a roof for my family for thirty days moro. I must loavo niter that If I do not pay. And even during theso thirty days, wo only havo tho uso of tho house. It Is not ours, but must bo turnod over to the owner when wo aro through with It" But tbo man or woman who has a llttlo houso built from careful saving has none of theso feelings. Thcro Is a senso of security, of ownership, of permanence that all mako life happier for them. Tho security of tho race Ilea In the home Instinct, nnd It Is a backward step every tlmo it is stultified. Your children have a right to a home of their own. You hear often peoplo say, "It costs moro to own n home than It docs to pay rent." This Is not true, but oven If It wcro truo tbo argument still would be on tho side of owning your homo for your children's sake. Tho expenso of keeping a house In BED.Rftppi&'o-xn'f- a' Second Floor Plan. found advantageous If you should vet caro to selL The kitchen, ten feet throe Inches by ten feet six Inches, is of good slzo nnd Is provldod witb; a caao for tho setting away ot tinware, nnd a sink. On tho opposite) sldo of tho kitchen can be placed a cupboard with doors provided with locks so that tho cako baked for Bun-dacan, bo safo against the Inroads ot tho children. The second floor Is reached from y $30,-00- ALWAYS A GOOD INVESTMENT of one-thir- Money Spent for the Beautifying Cities Returns Always to the People. Tho Holgians havo gone on tho theory that by pleasing tho cyo tho contentment of tho people Is Increased to a very considerable degree. Magnificent parks, civic centers and buildings nro tho result, nnd according to a writer on this subject In Tho New Ago: o "Experience hns shown that tho money spent by the municipalities of Belgium in their attempts to beautify whenever and wherever posslblo has been recovered a hundredfold, by reason of tho fnct that the moro attractive tho city tho longer tho visitor lingers and tho moro money ho . V - . ml : . . A Read Bofore Dragging at Maltland, Mo. It Is Inhuman U attempt This road presents tho worst posslblo cuiulitiona. travel undT muii condition. on the back and talking of the wonderful progress that Is being made. This Is all very well so far as tt goes, und perhaps the moral effect Is Btlrs up the community, but good- -It It does not do very much In the way of road building. I'suully a half mile or so Is the limit and may reach from tho town to tbo cemetery. Well, that does sorao good, and will give a citizen a smoother road In dath than ho bad In life. Tho means employed In such a campaign aro wholly Inadequate to tho end sought. It reminds ono of tho old woman who proposed to keep the tide buck with her broom. Tboro aro also other unsatisfactory, expensive and wrong ways to tako up tats quetilon. Tho most common one cent less than If built a mile or so at Again, tho roads are all new at the same time and will be far more satisfactory to the people, and the benefits will be simultaneous to the whole community. Suppose tho state In which a given township Is situated ulds In building permanent roads, under the plan that Is followed In more than f the states. This will make the roads built a much lighter burden. Let us seo how the matter of taxation will affect the owner of a typical farm by tho two plans of road building, that Is, a llttlo each year by an annual tax levy, and tho other by a bond Issue, supplemented bv state aid, or In other words, by comparing the old wuy with the new. In order to n time. one-hal- I spends. "The wiser heads have discovered that the City Beautiful Is not a luxury, but a necessity for the welfare of tho people and uplifting of tbo nation." The same results will be true in tho case of Donver, where tho campaign for tho city beautiful has already given tho municipality a wide reputation for progressiveness and ts alrendy attracting tens of thousands Uses of Paper Metal. of visitors and many new residents At tho great coronation pageant, annually. wjilch will be next June, when Oeorgo , Is crowned King George IV. of The Unit of Social Life. there Is to be something entireThcro In no sustained social life unly different from anything that has less enough people llvo In continuous ever happened before. closo touch, and the village Is tlio Instead of real armor the armor unit which Is multiplied to form that is to be worn will be made of cities. Cities aro, socially, collections "paper metal." There will bo exact of villages, and the larger tho city copies of all tho old sets of armor used tho moro plainly Is this fact mado and the paper metal will bo so fixed apparent. It Is certain that thoro that tho armor made from It will must be n definite number of pcoplo give the appearance of the original. zloscly and constantly associated to And It Is said that In tho future the form a village, und It Is certain that "metal" will be used for almost all when the number becomes too large outdoor decorations, because It Is to permit of Intimate and constant much cheaper than plaster parts and association there is another village formed, within or alongside the origalso Is waterproof. it can bo mado to represent all the inal village. The question of tho defi different metals and Is eo strong that nition of tho word vlllago must rest one can Jump on It without making upon this fact. Whoever Is able to determlno what number of peoplo can any impression on It. remain In social association ran do- fine the bounds of the village. Planning the House. llerrlngton, "Well," said (llfford Landscape Gardening at School. cheerfully, "I've got the plans for my When the question of organizing an now house on tho lake shore all tin improvement society is broached many lsheil," havo beeu beard tq exclaim: "I don't Finished to suit you?" soo that much good could be done in . Uut tho architect Is satisfied, our community." Well, every "com I can oxpect." and that'B tho best muntty" has at least one schoolhouse "Ha, ha! How about Mrs. Herring and tho writer has yet to see one ton'" whoso grounds aro so neat and gen "I 'h all right with her, too. In fact, erally ornate that they could not started. easily bo Improved. Any llvo club she got thut fixed before You see, she laid out the cupboards, may find plenty of work to giro vent and wardrobes, and all the architect to pent-uenthusiasm In Just one or bud to 2o was to build a house nro'iud dinary school yard, that It, U they da thrm." Cleveland I'UIn Dealer. a real, good Job. Kng-laud"N-no- repair Is not great provided It Is not to run down. Tho greatest danger comes from neglecting the matter of painting. Most pooplo regard the paint matter purely on tbo grounds of appearance. So long ns tho houso "looks" fairly well no thought Is giv-tto paint. But did you ever think that tbo appearance part of tho paint problom Is tho least Important? It Is, the preservative quality ot tho paint that Is most vital, and tho appearance Is a secondary consideration. Of course It Is desirable to have the houso look fine, but this Is Incidental, not the main ofllco ot paint. But this Is neither here nor there. If you are a working man and want to bnlld a home hero Is tho design that may appeal to you and your wife. allowed n stairway in the front hall. On this floor aro two bedrooms, each provided with a largo closet, while In the hall Is a largo linen closet. WORRY SOURCE OF MANY ILLS Pronounced by Physicians as One .of the Most Difficult Problems to Deal With. d The worry fatalities are not collect-eand tabulated by the health boards along with the deaths from tuberculosis, pneumonia and other maladies, and It Is a pity that they are not. Worry undoubtedly runs Into a good many Ills that aro given other names, and It Is qulto generally difficult to trace a fatal disorder back to the worrying stato ot mind la which It originated. Experienced physicians are la agreement In tho conclusion that wot, Porch ry ts tho greatest ot all producers ot a receptive attitude tor serious Ills. Peoplo who don't worry llvo longer I much longor upon the average than DnimgRm Kitchen SI peoplo who do worry. In Now York recently Mrs. Bolla Goldberg died, after having been on earth 107 years. Her lifelong motto was "Don't worry," nnd she praoticed what sho preached she never worried. At tbo age o 102 her lower extremities woro paralyzed, but that didn't worry her. Up Living Rm.;!m. to the very moment ot her death she maintained a bright and active mental attitude. Don't preach to yourself the pessimistic doctrine that we are what we are that Is, that we are what herodlty and circumstances have made us. Man by taking thought may not be able to is'O'xe'f.' Increase bis own staturo, but by taking thought he can immensely Influ1 I D O ence his own mental attitude. By determinedly saying to himself, "I won't' worry; I will be cheerful." ho can Flrat Floor Plan. gradually and surely banish tho worry ot cheerostabllsh tho Perhaps we should havo mentioned habit and Try IL Keep habittrying 1L on bor first, for you will build tho house fulness. Stop worrying. sbo wants, and what your tastes are makes llttlo difference, In the matter Sprlnfl Fever. with all due respect to you. The womDoctor My dear lady, you are In en folks always docldo on tbo houso plan, and perhaps this Is all right, for perfect health. I can't find, a thing they aro always at homo excopt on the mattor with you. Patient 1 wUh you'd try again, doo-toLadles' Aid Society and Sewing Cir1 do so want to go away to r cle days, and the man U only home cupcratc. Century. when be can so nowbero else. t (f Porch I ' r. 1 run cmzr.x. April 6, 191 1 1 1 was IV if tftivvmm "Bends with your foot" That good. You will find any of the Red Cross dress shoes just as easy and comfortable as the walking shoes. is upii V rm.1 navmmm 5 W$wmm why it feels so the special Red Cross pro cess which preserves all the bather's natural elasticity. Once you are fitted in the Red Cross Shoe, you will be better satisfied than you have ever been before with the appearance as well as the comfort of your footwear. Come in and see the new styles. Find out this season how restful the Red Cross Shoe really is htw fashunabl, it is. and $5. Don't hesitate to select the most stylish Red Cross model shown. 1 7 . . ' "v Vv yW? ;) 'ft Its comfort is not due to its shape or st j Ic but to its sole, which bends tiith sour fott. .'.A'jiyi.SWv.S Th!s soIe 15 tann by qSftU it SJL-- - Oxfords $3.50 cnJ fl. High Shoes $4, e sfyks that will be mm Pfwf Wfgjjk s8SW'WSVS Friday and Saturday, Apr. 7th nnd Sih, arc the dates sot tor the Spring opening In the Millinery Department ' nt Welch's. The I .a dies Industrial which lias this' 1been running so successfully enr under the management of Mrs. Cowley, Mrs. Taylor nnd others closed Friday. Tho vacation lasts till some time In tho Fall. Miss Annie I'owell, n well known Itorea student, has been teaching with Miss llaagcu nt lluriilng Springs, this winter. Miss I'owell toped a Tell us whnt kind of soil you have and we will couple of dnys In Ilerea on her way select a fertilizer adapted to it. to the Normal school nt Richmond not tied to any one grade of fertilizer where she extects to study till June. Dr. C. (ledger nnd Miss Janet Hall but are prepared to sell you of Chicago camu to Ilerea lust week. a price you need and They are camping on lliirdette Moun- will interest you. lain for two weeks. MI.hs lledger was a student In Berea many nrs ago. Mllllnury new line In new stand a good crop Yours Mrs. lllngham, Chestnut Street. Mrs. M. II. Campbell of Flemlngs-Imrg- , Ky., visited her son nnd four or five other boys whom she hns been P. S. See us before you Instrumental In placing In school hep;1 last week. Mrs. Caliiilell Is herself a successful teacher. FOR SALE Fine site for a home, beautiful view. Located on water main; pipes laid for sowcrage; cement sidewalk. Markets and Groceries Address Uox 328, Ilerea, Ky. MOTUKKS' CLUB The meeting of the Young Women's Christian Association. Sunday i'v 'nlng, j Perhaps one of the ln't works part of the woman's work nlwut the to was cseclnlly Interesting nnd Im- that n mother can do for her chil- home to look after these Uilng pressive. Hearts from the chairman dren, nlong with training them up hi.' that the meat was pron'rly curcommittee were gVen, to ! good men nhd women, is to ed nnd kept fp'sh and cb'au and of the slop-away m good condition, followed by nn Installation srvlce look after their health. The husband for tho new officers which were elect-i- d can not do his work puqierly and She knew that the health of her recently. .Miss 8Kiuger who uikiii her oversight the children can not develop as they family president for the past year should, ulllej-- the) are nourished with and rnre. Hut today wo who live In a towi the meeting with n short addrvjs good nnd wholesome food. can not do Just as our mothers lx Now In thii olden days when everyand Mis Taulbee, the new president, gave n very earnest anil impressive thing was grown, Inith vegetables fore uh did lt'auso we have to de.ih pend very much iimi our markets ud meats, on the place, it talk nt the close of the serc;. and groceries to supply . with fwvl lor our tables. Hut, Is it then any a duty for us to see that th same I'oiidltlous of cleanliness are to ' Attention, Mr. Farmer! Why not use some judgment in buying fertilizer this spring? We are at what that for R. H. Chrisman R. J. Engle buy. Berea Beautiful and Healthful g vcg-tab- b'S deM-nile- lin oh-ii-e- d s 11 s E. F. COYLE You FEED We are now able to supply all your wants in the way of feed pay less or get more olooototolototoaoloooototoototooiatouuauv)i, Hon. W. J. liryau will lecture In O Chick Feed, Hen Feed, Cow Feed and Horse Feed CALL FORj INFORMATION J. F. Flynn ot WinON US chester are visiting their sons. a FOR KENT: House for rent. See o a John Welch for particulars. ! S Miss Kdlth Kudel was here to at GATHERED FROM A VAR ETY OF SOURCES 2 tend the Alpha Zeta llauouet, re0 )oaoaooooaoaoacoaoaoa oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa maining over Sunday. Mr. Mr. Ralph I'utin ami I'aul Rob- Mrs. John Cornett is visiting her parents. Mr. and .Mrs. II. Richard- - bins who have been visiting friends AND here p'ft, Sunday. aon. Mr. 11. K. Taylor and I'rof. M. K. Store burned but still In business. New stand In Hanson Hall. W. J. Marsh were In Cincinnati on business, Monday. CITY PIIONK J 53 'latum. .More old students stayed over from OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE Huv. Howard Hudson preached at the Christian church Sunday morning the winter term and more new ones came than usual for the spring term ind evening. r DAN H. BRECK Taylor Muncy will lend so that the number enrolled Is morn ' Mr. J. II. Arnold, a government , was again In Ile- Christian Endeaor r.t than a hundred larger than at the agricultural exix-rtFire, Life and Accident .National Dank Mrs. Allle Fowler opening of any previous spring term. rea this week. Mr. Arnold sent a the Union Church, Sunday night, at Uingham, close to her old stand. - fi.l.'. The subject Insurance Is "Fainting th Tho Square Deal Store has a new few weeks here and In th' surioundvisitIlayden who Slates White." A cordial welrome Richmond, Ky ingMr. his daughter has beenhere in line ot dry goods and notions which I lB neighborhood last fall. Phone 505 who is extended to all. Mr. Emll J. Fischer of Terra Haute, (you should price before buying else- school left last week. &. N. TIME TABLE i' h. All ladleH should be at the Milliwhere. One price and a square deal Ind., was here last week looking nf- I lie College nasi just sold valuable C:30 a. m. 11:00 p m I Knoxvllle guaranteed to all. Iter his father's Interest in the sjioku nery owning at Welch's on Friday y 1 factory. 3:57 a. m. lots on Jackson Street to Mr. liolll-da1:29 p. m BEREA and Saturday. Mrs. Sallle Fowler. and I'rof. Dlusmore. 7:45 a, m. C:10 p. m. Cincinnati For the whitest and best flour, go South Bound Local 8:25 p. m. to It. J. Engle. 6:40 a. m. Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. W. R. (iahbard of 11:5'J a. m. 12:29 p. m. BEREA were visiting relatives 6:50 a. m. Wallaeeton 7:00 p. m. Knoxvllle here at tho first of tho week. Express Trains Mr. Frank Abuey has lieen taken Stop to take on and let off passengers from beyond Cincinnati or from to the Gibson Hospital for treatment. Atlanta and beyond. Miss Anna Hanson Is visiting her Soutn Bound Mr. and Mis. Samuel llnn-so8:15 a. m. Cincinnati 11:44 a. m. BEREA Mr. Robert Glllon who had been North Bound sick for some time at his home at 4:56 p. m. BEREA Slate Lick died the latter part of 8:35 p. m. Cincinnati last week. Funeral services were conhas ducted Sunday afternoon at the BapMiss Nannie Robinson who by Rev. W. I'. Willis, ami been visiting friends und relatives tist church to Ueckley, W. Va., the burial In the cemetery was unhere returned The clothes we sell are the kind a man likes to be seen in. der the direction of the Masonic last week. Have you forgotten the Millinery They are all fashioned after the season's latest styles, properly Boys, bring your rubber and iron oiienliiB at Welch's this week? high-clas- s tailors. cut (not skimpy) and put together Mr. Yateman lllcknell Is visiting to J. S. Gott on Depot Street for hlgh prices. jelatlves at Red Lick, this week. Tho Rev. J. 1). Walsh, I). I)., ul Mr. II. It. Howell left a few days at lie rimttauooga, Tenn., will preach ago for (indsden, Ala., where will engage In the real estate busi- lliu M. E. Church, Sunday night. groceries and Fresh and ness. For fine spring millinery call on egetubles. New goods nearly every 1st pleused my lo suo Mrs. Allle Fowler Bingham In Knglo day. Shall National old customers and many new ones Berea llulldlng opposite at my new stand In Hanson Hall, Ilauk. Come in and see them; we will gladly show you. We also Corner of Main and Centpr Sts. W. I. Tatum. have a fine line of LOW SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN President Frost will preach at the AND CHILDREN, and a big line of new skirts. Ladies, fliiit)l uAPi'lxi diftiltkv iilitli o' miiv, muiiuu; 11 (fait H- jI I ' Berea and Vicinity. the HOth. Mr. and Mrs. DR. BEST, DENTIST WELCH'S "Save the Difference" I surround our markets and groceries than It Is our duty to see Hint the food In our homes Is kept clean? Wo would not In our homes have our food entered with dust or exposed to the flies. Wh) then should we take such food from our markets? A little rare on our part may preeut such conditions In these plac-s- . If we mothers and fathers, loo, demand lean markets we can have them for the grocer or the Is a bucl-neman and makes his living trade with him and he Is nearlv alwas willing to grant our reasonable requests. Hut on the other hand we owe these grocers and m ttho'ilo try to keep their place of business clean, themselves clean, and the things they wit as cleau, n duty We must p.itionlie them and make rleatillnesH piofltnble to them and not run here and there hunting for doubtful liargaln. or bu)lng ss j food. What we want to sm- - In Ilerea are clean streets and walks In front .f our markets, clean windows and floors, perishable food and candles protected from dust nnd the flies, pure and 11nad11lterat.1l foods, and 11 gcxxl paying buslnws for our grocers ami meat-mewho observe these n ! ' ! from The scaling In the t'hnM I has been rearrange! so that the entire west bliK'k will he reserved for the hereafter. Mr. James Ogg moed last week clll-7.ei- to Wiillaretou. (Continiinl oil fifth ; II. I'orter left Monday for a business thrlp to Nashville. Tenn. Mr. W. You will look your best and feel your best if your Easter Suit is from our store by We've a large line of spring suits from $10 to $20 BARGAIN DAY I. 2:00 p. m. SATURDAY APRIL 8 MRS. EARLY'S OI'ENING UI' ANEW, in tho Hun-- I son Hall, Corner Center and Main Streets. I am now ready to do all kinds of watch and Jewelury repairing to your satisfaction. use the latest und best methods testing the eyes and can have made up for you spectacles and eye glasses that will erfect!y correct your at a small price. Satisfaction guaranteed In every resiect. T. A, Robinson, Jeweler U Optician, 1 vis-Io- come in and see them. :: :: MAIN ST. RHODUS STORE HAYES THE QUALITY BEREA, KY. April 6, tjli. THE CITIZEN. DEATH Page Five K, PASCO OFREVJA, LADIES House Cleaning time is here. SPRING you wish to cheer up youri rooms with a few pieces of New Furniture, brighten up the old walls with New Paper and the floors with New Rugs. I INVITE YOU and most complete and the prices the lowest that I have ever made. to call and look through my stock from beginning to end and see the great bargains I have for you. The assortment is the largest $1500 Worth of Rugs, Carpets, and Mattings ' JUST ARRIVED as beautiful as the front. There can bo a garden too iierhaps Hut let us tell you how wo' would which will supply tho family table llko to seo Berea look. Wo want Uebountifully with vegetables In their rea to bo a town of comfortable, season fresher than can bo obtained homelike appearance. The houses do In any market. It is really surprising not need to bo expensho but we how much can be grown on a would llko to seo the fence kept up small piece of ground If It Is well In good condition, It It is necessary taken caro of. Tho garden may not to have one at all. We want tho only help out the fnmlly table but house to look trim nnd neat ami It may prove In Itself a means of clean on tho outside, to have If bringing health and pleasure to possible a coat of paint to freshen It thoso who llko to dig In the ground up occasionally, to have the yards jand breatho the fresh air and como Within the Home The Public School neat and clean and free from rubbish, ; near to nature. CLIO CLUU MISS ETTA MOOKK n lawn anil flowers, a swing for tho Let us each try to make Ilerea a look to the within of your house. flcal habits ot the family In Its con- children, erhaps, and a general tidy, town of comfortable homes, showing pe seek to while one Is ) tiling and all the All right thinking bauty-loyin- g thorough formity to fashion demand of the home-likappearance. by our yards nnd gardens that wo lie Stop and think. Does It have of childhood should Should make their homes lxMitltir.il. unending toll. In many a It Is good for tho children to see, truly love the beautiful and the clean. ventilation nnd plenty of sunlight? house-wif- e bright and attractive. (hey not also wlcli to h.ne u homo tho wife nnd mother has no Is there a current of air and an We hear miuh of the unattractlv--net- t Public School buildings and Mirround-lugs- ? of light In every room In the tlinu to read, to keep herself well Inary work Is always welcome to the BEREA AND VICINITY of the rural niiool of forty and School buildThe lleren Public house? Throw open the windows and formed; no time to bo a companion meetings. The members of the band (Continued from fourili !kc) ings are not In keeping with tIi- fifty years ago. That no doubt ac- breathe the inlgoratlng air of hea- to her husband, no time to keep In are: Magglo Taulbee, president; Fern counts for the want of beauty about ether buildings of the town. visiting with SInkey, Miss Ruby Smith is ven by night and by day. It will touch with tho developing minds ot secretary; Mary l'lckerlns;, Is inaiiy of our present day homes and One of the chief by little she sinks friends in Kast Uerustadt. Trances Clark, Whltteinoro Hoggs, the back add roses to your cheeks and health her children. Little llui want of wnti'i. The thlldren mut their unsanitary condition Tho popular girls Literary Society Horace to your mental status. into a mere household drudge, h- -r Caldwell and Mr. Turner. Tho nrds, ami near by pig liens. go from one part of town to the Now look to your corners attics strength, time, nnd Intel est being with the name Utile Dulce held Its meeting next Sunday will consist From the public schools will come ns the people .ther for water, Just and cellars. Scrupulous cleanliness Is absorbed In the things that perish anniversary In the Chapel, Tuesday largely of a discussion of tho wayB are willing to share with them, anil Hie future ritUens of Korea. Then essential to both physical and men- with the using. Too late she awakes night, with large attendance In spite and means of increasing missionary . should they not have such surroundery often the water Is not pur-tal health. "Cleanliness Is next to to find herself almost a stranger in of storm. The parts were nil well Interest in the school. There are only two out buildings nnd ings as will help to make better men (lodllncM)." K.ery form of unclean her own home. Tho precious opior-tunlt- y given and Miss Spangler and Miss their condition Is such during the and women? llness tends to disease. Death produconce hers to Influence hor Taulbeo deserve special commendaNo one should despise the public FOR YOUR xhool term that an epidemic Is liketion for exercises ot real value. ing germs abound in dur!:, neglected dear ones for the higher lift unimtrchools Just because his children do ly mot any time. Herbert Henry received a telegram decaying rinse, in damp-- , proved, gone forever ' Kvcry citizen should ; corners. In The house when viewed from tie not attend them. vogeta-- , Let tho home makers of Uerea re- Sunday, that his brother, Leonard, take pride In tho public school and ness and mold. No wasting GO TO who was In school hero up to tho outside presents a very ioor to make It what It should Ides should ever be allowed to remain solve to live on u wiser plan. Let It end of the winter term, had been It Ik not painted and the win- mdeavor to decay, and poi be our first ulm to make happy, place a beautiful and good In cellars or boxes goods l dows are hed In plan b son tho nlr. Perfect cleanliness, plen- healthful, wholesome homes, training killed that morning by dynamite at tuough for any child in Ixnes. to his home near West LIbeity, Morgan There Is no other building In town ty of sunlight, and careful attention each member of our households ts County. The sympathy of his In every detail about bring with him a pure, sweet atmoswalls and celling that has been On the Inside the allowed to go down to sanitation, All Varieties nnd teachers went with him ;ire dingy and black, and there is as the public school building has. It tho house will make for lreedom phere ns he comes Into the home. light in some of the is a shame, and we should have n from disease, und the cheerfulness Then, as he goes out from that home, as ho left that noon for his home. not enough Mill Feed $1.30 The looms and It Is lmo3slbe for new one that would be a credit to and vigor ot every member of the he should be as a "leaven" working every Student Volunteer Hand meets - 65c Ideal Patent Flour morning at S: 13 Sunday amidst the elements of society. household. the children to ntudy on u dark day. the town. Fairy Patent - - - - 65c It Is by tho youth and children of In Miss Howerfo's office. Ladies' Then the aim should be simpllclty The rooms are too small to move graWe should have nn Good as is made. around In with the number of chil- ded school, and for the children tit iu furnishing. Our artifical habits de- today that the future of society is to Hall. Anyone Interested In Mission' prive us ot many blessings and much be determined, and what these youths dren that attend. There are forty-fiv- e least as good a place to In as and fifty In a room and onlv black- the liest horses In the town are enjoyment, nnd unfit us fur living and children shall be depends upon space enough for four pupils. housed In. the most useful lives. Too elaborate tho home. To the lack of right home board and e.Kuslve furnishings are a training may be traced the larger Then are no library, charts, maps or Will not our business men and glolteii. The roonm are heated by Women's Clubs see to It that Uio waste not only of money, but of that part of the disease and misery and which Is n thousand fold more pre- crime that curso humanity. If tho much fuel as children have a few of the necessities stoves that consume as It takes to run a furnace. The chilIf not tho comfoits needed for good cious. They bring into the home a home life were pure and true, if tho heavy burden of care and labor and children who went forth from dren that are siited near th"in suf- school work. its is in care were prepared to meet lire's perplexity. fer from heat and those In the rear t the, rooms almost freeze, Note the conditions In many homes responsibilities and dangers, what n HOUSK AND LOT FOR SAI.K where resources are limited, and the change would be seen in the world? Children who Send their da.s in New well built modern style flvii Mich a place ran nut have the refin"Hettt'r than gold, is u ixaceful home cottage, plenty of water, goo I work of the household rests chiefly upon the mother. The best rooms Whore all the fireside charities come, ing Influence utKiti their lives that 'oom pardeu and barn, lot only few minu- M-they should have. furnished in a style beyond the The sense of tes wall; fiom postofflce. See The "shrine of love" nnd the heaYou probably Have a certain fixed price J. W. means of the occupants, und iiusult-ethe beautiful should be tulthu'ed Ilosklns, Uerea, Ky. ven of life to their convenience nnd enjoyHallowed by mother, or bister, or in mind as to what you are willing to pay ment. Hence the children must be wife. for a suit of clothes have probably bought many suits at shut out, "Lest they mar the furniHowever humble the home may Iw . . . MILLINER.Y ANNOUNCEMENT . . . ture" and the darkness must lie shut Or tried with sorrows by heaven's ihat price, so you ought to khow pretty well what value to We have luted up the small stote hou.e ne.t to the one that in, "Lest tho sun fade the caipet." decree expect at your price. was buttled, ami on the same side of the stieet, about fifty yards Then again what an amount cf The blessings that never were from our old stand, where we will sell millinery this season. We want you to come here with your favorite price In work Is required to keep 'all these bought or sold Owing to our misfortune in (jetting our stock burned we shall i.upcrfluiticH in onler and free from And center there, nre better than mihd and see the value we offer for it. It would be unwise h.ive only the latest and best styles. We shall most gratefully dust. This work and the other aitl- gold." for us to urge your call unless we had every confidence in appreciate your trade and as we have a splendid trimmer, .Miss Ida Martyn, who has had twelve seasons experience and is gifted our ability to excel the value of previous purchases. at her trade we ate sine we can give you satisfaction in your hat. But our confidence is based on ihe true worth We Guarantee Every Order to Give Satisfaction The Churches We will have no formal opening- thU vaim owing to limited p.ice, vu au mm II r ui f iicr- viuitinijn.iirrimjn ...-..- . 11 rm pUM lie but any tune you with lo bur your hat of u wo are ready to ghe von the MRS. J. M EARLY and can fill any order, live they are unusual in Style, courlooiK attention. We are readv for limine mut When wo shall have attained that but his head? Dlsagreeuble as such us our trimmer U eieii.illv good at making the ttlisb hrtild halt so much Fabric arid Tailoring place In our Christian experlenco things may be, these would bo lesser for they in vogue jut now. We appreciate erry order glcn in and our grtule.t where we shall no longer with "eyo t vlls than going Into tho Church thut with In to ple.i.e our cu'toineis first In t lie becomingtiem of their hat, and represent a half hat In trcond In price. We will ell the cheapest, good tyle, service as men pleasers, Put with p. has tightly closed during tho Berrn till year. Oil on u at jour coincidence and let in prove this g century of singleness of our heart as unto tho week, keeping within tho Impure air Limine mid patronage are noliiitrd. Ketpcctfullv, insertion true. tVour Lord," render service to the Master, of tho previous Sunday. progress. MRS. LAURA JONES wo shall have begun to comprehend I am not in sympathy with a We are showsomething ot tho meaning of the religion, und I can but words, "The Church lieautlful." ing a few fabrics nccordlng to tho teaching (if tun persuaded that we often for YOU CAN HOLD UP which were pro r,et that tho Master has said, "Where God's word, that His children are to YOUR BREAD two or three are gathered together be filled with Joy and rejoicing and, duced exclusively I in the being filled with this spirit of gladfor criticism with confidence if In My name, there am for Goldman-Bec- k you have made it of Cream of midst." Were you ever in a church ness, they should spare no effort In man. These arc in making His the dust Wheat flour. For there will be where In un cloth was tucked un- surrounding, house, with the grounds tidily obscure corner of tho beautiful und attractive addition to our no fault to be found with it from pulpit? not In a -- not necessarily pi costly decorations And sometimes crust to center. regular line anJ as obscure as one would wish. tut In bright, wholesome, sanitary, Include a sack of Cream of turner ever see u church with Its cleanliness; having their Churches so won't last long. Old you flour in your next grocery "best foot foremost" beuutlful und built that there may bo an nbuudauc'i Wheat order. Don't take any other kind. attractive In tho foreground while ot God's pure air and Ills blessed sunThere is only one best flour as back of It might be found that which shine, ami tho grounds so graded that you'll acknowledge when you come one might well suppose was refuse there will bo perfect drainage; makSOLD to use the Cream of Wheat brand. of tho past decade? ing tho entire surrounding so whole m R. J. ENGLE, ca. SON Were you ever In uny Church where soino and nttractlvo that every one M.de Berea, Kentucky by..., I thor" were cobwebs, or dirty windows may Indoed Bay, "I was glad whwi - they said unto me, Let us go Into or perchance a soiled spot on tho iaANDREW ISAACS, Prop. Kentucky Berea per, not tho "si to of a man's hand," the House of the Iird." ' Before opening these I wish to close out about forty Rugs in room size Brussels at S8.50, $10 and $12 and a few room size Axminsters at $10, $12.50 and $15 each. All other goods in proportion. Watch this space for bargains. CHRISMAN, The Furniture Man I Last Saturday, March 31st at about 7:00 a. in., llcv. Martin K. 1'nnco brenthed his last. For Bomo year tin hnd been In oor health, at times severely III. Within a week ho had boon seen uoii tho streets rh cheer I nl as ever, and tho news of Ills sudden departure came as a shock to the town. Mrs. I'asco and their of Bon, John, were the only ones tho family at tho old homo. Friday night, a short nnd Impressive servlco was held at tho house, conducted by I'rof. I.. V. Dodge, by I lev. Dr. Thomuon nnd by u quartet consisting of the Messrs. Oriboroa nnd Karly and their wives. Tho remains were taken on tho early morning train, Saturday, to bo laid to rest near Newark, Ohio. Mrs. d I'asco nnd Mr. John I'jhco them, and it was hoied thut most of the other children would meet them there. These arc Messrs. Theodore Pasco, M. K. Pasco, Jr, and Mrs. C. W. Could of St. Louis. Hew Mr. Pasco was born at Had-ley- , Mass., Dec. lo, 1S41. Ho took the full college course at Amherst nnd later graduated from Lane Theological Seminary, Cincinnati. Ho held pastorates of Congregational churches In Ohio, Minnesota, Michigan and Kentucky. He nlco served for n time im pastoral supply for the Union church at Uerea. Ho was a limn of deep convictions on religious and reformatory subject. In his personal associations ho wns kind und obllg- -' Ing, cheerful in spite of disappointment and suffering, abounding In forIne Power. titude and trust in the Tho sympathies of the community will go out to the bereaved and highly esteemed widow, and to tho var- lous scattered members of tho family. nccom-linlnu- PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for hides, furs, butter, eggs and chickens FRESH FISH EVERY THURSDAY Kldd Uulldfng, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. U. B. R.OBERTS, Prop. Berea Beautiful and Healthful Yards and Gardens PRISCILLA CLUB Let us tako a walk down some nnd a good atmosphere for them to , and grow up In. ono of tho streets of Uerea Hut much with tho eye's of n strange observo as wc loc beauty wc love to the yards and gardens. seo health fill conditions still more and may see n yard In ono place wo tho back ynrd Is always tin; most pi own to weeds, tin cans and rubbhh important part of tho home. A off, scattered about, fence pickets back yard piled with rubbish and worse, ground sour sour a back ynrd still with dish water Is unsightly but, with kitchen refuse, nnd a general worst of nil, It Is unhcnlthful. With air of dilapidation all around (ho n little trouble and lime tho rubbish wc pass an opinion on I', place. If can nil bo cleared up and either burnwo think to ourselves, "here Is u ed or carried away. A box or barrel Intnily without ambitions, without can bo kept at ono sldo for tin cans and, worst as they a desire for tho beautiful accumulate so that they will of nil, with no core for the health not be strown around, a placo can ful. bo provided for the dish water and If we see row after row ot homes kitchen refuse away from the back Itko this, what will bo our opinion of door and grass and flowers planted tho town itself? Any ono can easily so that the back yard can bo really answer this question. Berea Beautiful and Healthful Berea Beautiful and Healthful I abuli-dauc- druw-buek- s Seed Potatoes ' Ik-re- fellow-studen- TATUM'S .... Th ere a Difference Cloth es I Qualities and Prices. d r. Berea Beautiful and Healthful I - -- r la-e- clothes-makin- long-face- d, e, 1 'V, "N BEREA ROLLER MILLS ( JT . mam w ma CV Wm ri TUT? rTTHTtTrJ a. a. a m April 6, 1911 - . . m. ii ii n hi mill ill It was Marlon's rlfc the ono ho hnd aocn last In her hair, and ho crushed It to his Hps nt he ran back Into tho great room, calling out hor nnmo again nnd again In tho torturo of helplessness that now possessed him. Mochanically, rather than with reason, ho 'went to tho fifth and Inst door. Ills candlo had becomo extinguished In his hasto and after he had opened tho door ho stopped at tho threshold of tho black ball to light It again. Thero was a moment's pauso its he searched his pockets for a match, a sllenco In which ho llstcnod as ho searched, and suddenly as ho was about to strlko tho sulphur tipped splint thero camo to his ears a sound that held him chained to tho spot It was tho sobbing of a woman; or was It a child? In a moment he know that It was a woman; and then tho sobbing censed. Thero was nothing but darkness nhcad of him; no ray of light shonu under tho door; tho chamber Itself was In utter gloom. As quietly as possible ho relighted his candlo. A glance assured him that this ball waa different from tho others; It was deeper, and thero were two doors at tho end Instead of one. Through which of theso doors bad como tho sound of sobbing ho had hoard? Ho approached nnfi listened. Each moment ndded to his excitement, hU fears, his hopes, but at last be opened tho door on the left The) room was empty; there waa tho same disorder as before; the samo signs of hurried flight It was tho room on tho right! His heart almost stopped Its beating as ho placed his hand on tho latch, lifted It and pulled tho door In. Kneeling beside tho bod ha saw a woman. Sho had turned toward tho light nnd In tho dim Il lumination of tho room Nathaniel recognized tho beautiful faco ho had seeri at tho king's castle the preceding day the faco of tho woman who bad sent him to find tho prophet, who had placed her gentlo hand on Marlon's head as he had looked through tho window. There wns no fear In her eyes as sho saw Nathaniel. Somothlng more terrible, than that shono In their glorious depths as she roso to her feet and stood bc.'oro htm, her faco lined with grief, her mouth twitching In ngony. She stood with clenched hands, her bosom rising and falling In tho passion of tho storm within hor; nnd sho sobbed even na Nathaniel paused thero, unmanned hi this sudden presonco of a distress greater than his own; sobbed In a choking, tearless way, waiting for him bon , 7 JI STORY The Courage of Captain Plum By JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD E l t7 Msrns C ) El (Oop7rlhtl0Sbllbb-UerriUOo.- 8YNOPSI8. Capt Nathaniel I'lum of (lis sloop Typhoon, land aocrctly on Itcavcr island, window he sees tho lady of the lllaes, who rlco says Is tho king's serenth wlfo. Calling at tho king's oflleo Nat Is warned by u young woman that his life Is In dan per. Strang professes Indignation when lie hears Nat's grievance and promises to, punish the guilty. Nat rescues Nell, who Is being publicly whipped, and tho king orders the sheriff. Arbor Croche, to pursue and kill the two men, Itum learns that Marlon, the girl of (ho lilacs. Is Nell's sister. The two men plan to cscapo on Nat's sloop and tako Marlon and V'Innsome. daughter of Arbor Croche. and sweetheart of Nell. Nat discovers that the sloop Is gone. Marion tells him that his ship has been seized by (ho Mormons, fiho begs him to teavo the Island, telling him that nothing can save her from Strang, whom Bhe Is doomed to marry. I'lum finds Trice raving mad. Recovering, ho tells Nat that Strang Is doomed, that armed men are descending on the Island. (CHAPTER Vlll Continued.) binds Nat by a solemn oath (o dellror a package to Franklin IMcrco, president of the United 8tates. Near I'rlco'a cabin Nat sees the. frightened faro of a young woman who disappears In the darkness, leaving an odor of lues. It develops ttiat Nat's visit to the Island Is to demand of tho king, Btranfr, for tho looting of his sloop ly Mormons. rrice shows Nat the klncr'fl palace, and through a nt Ktronghotd of Uio Mormons. Obadlah lT1c, Mormon councilor, confronts lilm. Cells lilm lie Is expected, nnd bargains for the ammunition aboard the slooo. ltn the Mormons to arms and the preparations for tho defenso would Strang, the master of tho kingdom, tho but wark of his people waato priceless tlmo In carrying out the purpose for which ho had sent for Marlon? Hardly did hopo burn anew In his breast when thero camo another thought to quench It. Why had tho king sent for Marlon on this particular night nnd at this late hour? Why, unless nt tho approach of his enemies ho bad feared that ho might loso his benutl ful victim, and In bis overmastering passion had called hor to him oven as his people assembled In defenso of his kingdom, Thero was desperate coolness In Nathaniel's approach now. Whatever had happened bo would do what Nell hod And threatened to do kill Strang. whatovor had happened ho would tako Marlon away with him It It was only her doad body that he carried In his arms. To do tlicso things ho needed strength. Ho advanced more slowly and drow deeper and deeper drafts of air Into his exhausted lungs. At tho edgo of tho grove surrounding tho castlo bo paused to listen. For tho first tlmo It occurred to Nathanlol that tho prophet might have assembled soino of his fighters to tho of his harem, which ho knew would bo ono of tho first places to feel the vengeance of tho outraged men of tho mainland. Hut ho heard no voices ahead of him. Thero were no Arcs to botray tho approach of tho enemy. Not even tho barking of a dog gavo warning of his stealthy advance. Soon ho could make out n light In Uio king's house. A fow steps more nnd ho saw that tho door was open, as It hod been on bis tlrat visit to tho castlo. Ho dodged swiftly from bush to bush, darted under tho window through which he had seen Marlon, leaped lightly up tho broad stops and sprang Into the great room, his pistol cocked In his hand. The room was empty, flu listened, but not a sound camo to his cars ex cept tho rustling of a curtain In tho breeze. Tho hugo lamp over tho table was burning dimly. Tho fivo doors leading from tho room were tightly closed. Nathaniel held his breath, tried to still the tumultuous pounding of his heart as be waited for a sound de-fon- as 3 cm m plod. JOASH CROWNED IN JUDAH SuJiy S&ol Uiios f.r April IS, 1911 ERICAN HOME y Spsdallr Arrsntil lor Tnlt I.KKSON TIJXT- -J Verso 11 (HH.DKN TTIXT Pifr Msm-or- Kings 11:1.30, "lllejsed are they keep Ills testimonies, and that seek lilm with a whole heart," Vsiu 119:1 TIMIv Atliallnh rame In ths throne In 119 11. C (Hastings) or W3 D. C. (llrerher), Joash. 513 II. C. (Hasting!) or SS7 11. C, thit 2A.RADF0RD EDITOR eipe-rlen- (Hccclier). I'LACK-Jerusale- ths capital of Ju-da- Mr. William A. Iladford will answer questions ami Rive advice KIIKH Of COHT on all subjects pertslnlnx to ths subject ot bullJInir for the readers of this paper. On account of his wlite God nlnaya finds ways to frustrate, ss Killtnr, Author and Manufacthu evil. John Wilkes Hooth did not turer, lis Is, without doubt, the hlshest reckon on the flag which tangled his authority on all these subjects. Address foot when ho tried to escape. He nil Inquiries to William A. Iladford. Nn. killed a Lincoln, but up started a host 191 Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111., and only enstamp for reply. close of others to undo his evil deed. The kingdom of God Is not a pillar which can bo thrown prostrate In the dust, When tho subject of tho concroto but a cube that always falls upon a building block Is mnntlonod to some base na broad as that from which It peoplo objection Is Immediately offerhas been dislodged. In fact. It Is ed to It ns something that Is not rather Ilko the Irishman's stono fence, Hut a revelation was tnado which he built three fect high and at the recent cement shows In New four feet wldo, so that If It was tipped York and Chicago, where marvelous over It Mould bo higher than It was creations along this lino wero shown. before. Thero Is no question as to tho econHow can we apply this Incident to omy offered by the concroto block. our modem boys and girls? For every Tho only valid objection has been tho ono of them n kingdom Is waiting, the sameness and Imltatlvo features of kingdom of it noble, happy and useful tho material. This featuro may now manhood or womanhood. This la tho bo said to havo boon removed entirely, real kingdom, for Jcash, nnd for every and It Is posslblo to build n houso nt boy and girl. Kvery young king nnd blocks and havo a structure that will queen Is surrounded by perils, na ter- present the most pleasing appear-mice- . KIN'flS Jonah's contemporaries Jehu In Israel, H.nael In Syria, II In Assyria. wer two-ce- ls that of cotlnoss and It Is ono thnt should appeal to homo lovers. It will bo noted thnt even tho porch Is formed 'of concroto blocks. Directly off thn porch Is a living room thnt hns a This room Is ten foet 6lt Inches wide nnd oleven feet long. Hack of this room Is thn dining room, which la eleven foet square. Tho kitchen Is olovon feet long and ton foot wide. There Is ono bod room, nlno feot sir Inches squnre. This houso can ho built nt very moderate cost, depending, of courso, on tho amount of money tho builder desires to expend on tho Inside. Th blocks can nil bo flgurod out beforehand, ho that tho exact number can bi made for tho houso, leaving no waste. Another ndvantngo nbout this houss Is that It will nuver need inuoh repair, and no paint Is required oxcept for tho window frames and sash. It wi'T bo n houso that will nlways bo salablo If you should want to soil. flre-plac- o. OF "RAB AND HIS FRIENDS" "Strang tlio king!" crlod tho old man, clutching tho knob of hta cano with both hands. "Sho ban ennot" "Gone!" exclaimed Nathaniel. For nn Instant Ills heart bounded with delight. Marlon was on her way to the tryst: He sprang back to the door. -When? When did eho go?" The woman had como forward, her hands trembling, her Ilpa quivering. Something In tho terror of her face sent the hot blood from Nathaniel's cheeks. "Thoy sent for her an hour ngo," Bhe said. "The king nont Obadlah Price for her! O, ray Godl" sho shrieked suddenly, clutching at her breast, "Tell tne what aro they doing with Marlon " "Shut up!" snarled tho old man. "That's Is Strang's business. Sho has gone to Strang." With an effort ho straightened himself until tils towering form roso half a head nhoi'o Nathaniel. "Sho ban gono to tho king." Be repeated. "Toll Strang that sho will wire him tonight, as film has promised!" f In spite of bis effort to control a terrible cry burst from Nathaniel's lips. Ho flung open the door nnd stood for an Instant with bis white faco turned back. "She went to the castle an hour so?" he cried. "Yes, to the castle with Ohadlah rrlce " The last words followed lilui as he aped out Into tho night As swiftly M a wolf ho raced ucross tho clearing to the trail that led down to St. James. Something seemed to havo burst In his brain; somothlng that was not blood, but fire, seemed to burn In bla veins a mad desire to reach Strang, to grip him by tho throat, to meto out to him the vengeanco of a fiend Instead of that of a man. Ho was too Uto to save Marlon! Ills brain reeled with the thought. Too Into too Jnte too late. He panted tho words. Thoy came with every gBBp for breath. Too late! Too late! Ills heart pumped like an engine as ho strained to keop up his speed. Ho 'passed' a man 'and a boy hurrying with tliolr rides to St James and made no ntiswer to their shout; n galloping horso forged ahead of him and ho tried to keep up with It; and then, at tho top of the long hill that sloped down to tho stronghold of tho Mormon kingdom something sccinod to swoop big legs from under him, and he fell panting on the ground. For a fow moinonts ho lay there looking down upon tbo city. Tho great bell at the temple was now silent. Ho saw huge Area burning for a mllo along tho coast, hundreds of lights wore twinkling In the harbor, there came up to him softly, subdued by dlstanco, the sound of commotion and excitement far belilm-vel- low. His eyos rested on the beacon above tho prophet's homo, burning like a ball of Are ovor the black canopy of treo tops. Marion was thoret He roue to bla feet again and went on, reason and Judgment returning to lilm telling him that he whs about to play against odds; Hint his work was to bo ono of strength mil generalship and not of inadnem As be picked his way more slowly nnd cautiously down the alone a nnwr hope flashed upon him. Was II possible that tho discovery of (ho approirtt of the malnlandHrs bad In tho ox served In h.ivu Marion? citcmeni. tbt followed the calling of The Room Was Empty. of life a step beyond thoso doors, a woman's voice, n child's cry. Uut none camo. The stillness of desertion hovered about him. He went to ono of tho five doors. It was not locked. He opened It silently, with tho cau- "Marlon Is gone gone gone," sho tion of n thief, nnd there loomed be moaned, "and you must go, too! O, I know you love her sho told mo fore him a chaos of gloom. "Hello!" bo called gently. "Hell- o- that you loved her, na I lovo Strang, Hello" my king! We havo both lostlost There was no answer. He struck nnd you must go as I shall go!" a match and advanced stop by step, She turned away from him with n cry holding the yellow bit of flame above, so In lta pain that Nahis head. It disclosed tho narrow thaniel felt hlmsolt trembling to tho walls of a hall and an open door lead- soul. In another Instant she had ing Into another room. Tho match faced him again, fighting back a sputtered and went out and he lighted strange calm Into her face. another. On a little tablo Just outside (TO HU CONTINUED.) tbo door was a half burned candle nnd replaced his match with this. Then he HIS OLD FATHER SATISFIED he went In. At a glance ho knew that ho had entered a woman's room, redolent Discouraged Young Doctor's Free Dhx with tho perfume of flowers. On ono peniary Work Opens Old side was a bed and close beside It a Man's Eyes. cradlo with a child's toys scattered Twenty years ago a discouraged about It Tho tumbled coverlets showed that both had been recently young doctor In ono of our largo cltlea used. About the room were thrown ar- was visited onco by his old father, ticles of wearing apparel; a trunk had who camo up from a rural district td been dragged from a closet nnd was look after his boy. half packed; everywhere was the dis"Well, son," ho said, "how are yon order of hurried flight For n few getting along?" moments tho depth of his despair hold "I'm not getting along at nil," was Nathanlol motionless. Tho castlo was the disheartened nnswer. "I'm not deserted Marlon was gone! He ran doing a thing." back Into tho great room, no longer The old man's countenance fell, but trying to still the sound of his foot- he spoko of courago and patience and steps, and opened a second door. The perseverance. Later In the day he same sllenco greeted him, tho same went with his son to the "fro disorder, tho samo evidence that the whero the young doctor wives and children of the Mormon had an unsalaried position, end whero king bud fled. He went Into a third ho spent an hour or more every day. room and then a fourth. Tho father sat by, a silent but InFor an Instant be paused at tho tensely interested spectator, while threshold of this fourth chamber. A twenty-flvpoor unfortunates received light was burning In tho room at tho help. Tho doctor forgot his visitor end of tho hull. The door was closed while ho bent bis skilled energies fo with tho exception of an Inch or two. his task; but hardly bad tho door "Marlon!" ho called softly, and lis- closed on tho last patient, when the tened Intently. old man burst forth: He wont on when there was no re"I thought you told me that you ply, and pushed opon the door. wero not doing anything! Why, if I A candle, was burning on a stand had helped twenty-fivpeople In a In front of a mirror. The room was month as much as you have in ono as empty as tho others. Hut there was morning, I would thank God (tint my no dlsordor here. The bed was life counted for something." the garments In tho open closet "There Isn't any money In It, bad not been disarranged. On tho though," explalnod tho son somewhat tloor besldo the bed was a pair of abashed. Money!" tho old man shouted, still shoes and as Nathaniel saw them his heart seemod to leap to his throat scornfully. "Money! What Is money and stifled tbo cry that was on bis In comparison with being of use tc Never mind nbout lips. He took ono of them In his your fellowmcn? hrnd, his whole being throbbing with money! you go right along nt this work every day, I'll go back to tbo oxcltment It was Marlon's shoe fncrusted with mud und torn as he farm, and gladly earn money enough With her to support yon as long as I live yea, had seen It In tho forest. name falling from his lips in a plead- and sleep sound every night with Iho ing cry ho now searched the room olid thought that I have helped to your nn tho tttaml In front of ttin mirror help tie fousi a Ulnr- colored ilhlmn. soiled Magazlna, heart-breakine to speak. "Forglvo me," ho spoko gently. "1 Ho felt have come for Marlon." that ho had no reason to Ho to this woman. His face betrayed hla own anguish as he camo nearor to her. "I want Marlon," bo repeated. "My God, wou'l you toll me ?" Sho struggled to calm herself as ha spoko tho girl's name. "Marlon Is not here," uho said. Sho crushed his bands against her bosom and n softer look camo Into hor eyes; her volco was low and sweet, as It had been tho morning be asked for Strang. As she saw Uio despair deepening In tho man's faco a great pity swept over hor and sho stretched out her arms to lilm with an aching cry. The other objection, that of tho 3tory Was First Told by Or. John Drown In a Lecture In Hfs Native dampness of tho concrete block. Is no Village. longer tenable.' Thero nro tunny good nnd cffectlvo waterproofing compounds Thn Immortal story of "Itab and Hla now nvallablo that make tho surface of tho block Impervious to water, or Friends" was written "on tho quick," nt least ns waterproof as It Is desir- to use one of Dr. John Hrown'a favor able to havo tho block. Tho concroto Ito expressions. Hla undo, the Hot. block should be Just porous enough to Dr. Smith, of Hlggar, asked him to tako up tho natural dampness or hu- glvn a lecturo In bis nullvo village. midity to prevent sweating on tho Ho hnd never lectured before, but wn of the house, as would be thf case inxloua to say something to tho with a wall that was absolutely water- "strongbrnlned, primitive peoplo of proof. my youth." In a raro moment of Inspiration ho In all pnrts of tho United Hta tea now thu concrete block Is being used to Its decided to tell them Alllo's story, tho best advantage This form of con- memory of which had nover left him struction Is especially advantageous sinco his dnys In tho Mlnto Houaqjios-ptta-l. liver ho saw tbo boautlful faco to those In smnll towns where gravel After obtaining the assurances, Is avallablo for tho making ot tho of tho suffering womnn. heard the carrier enIn addition to their own weapons, blocks. Tho machinery manufacturers volco of tho which of course they would bear, they gtvo full Instructions, and any man treating him to tell all thn world what were furnished by Jcholada with tho who wants to build a homo with con- his Alllo waa, and listened to Itab ppears and shields that, as relics of crete blocks can do so If Iio baa Uio whining at thn hospital door. At 12 o'clock ono midsummer night David's time, bung somewhere within proper material. Oftentimes tho n ee '.he sacred precincts, just as his predecessor Ablmelech had furnished to David himself the sword of Goliath. Theso would remind them that It was for David's heir thoy were contending. WIso steps were taken, under tho leadership of Jeholada, In the opening of tho young king's reli;n. A covenant was iniulo between the Lord and tho king nnd the people. This wns a renewal of the original compact In which Jehovah and his people bound themselves together a compact broof Athallah's ken by tho reign. What was the second step? The Immediate nnd thorough destruction of the temple of Haal, with its altars and licentious Images, and tho execuIt tion of ltn high priest Mnttan. teems to be Implied that tbo "housu of Haal" stood on the temple mount, In ostentatious rivalry with the sanctuary of Jehovah. And the third step? Jeholada npolnted officers over tbo bouse of the Lord, the cssary material Is nvallablo on tho lot says Mrs, Sarnh Tooley, In tho Corn-hil- l Magazine, he sat down to tell the courses of the Lcvltes, and proceed' whero tho building fs to bo put up, but Ing nt once to assign the custody of care should bo exercised to uso only tale, and by 1 o'clock ho had finished It Ho called tho lecturo "Tho How. thu templo to a particular courso. And clean material. A pleasltiK variation In thn method gato Carrier. His Wlfo und His Dog tho final step? Leaving tho Lcvltes to keep order in the temple, Jcholada of using tho concroto block has boon Itab," but his uncle in Introducing tho and the soldiers conducted tho boy In vogue In thu cant for romo tlmo. As subject to tho Hlggur audlenco omitking to the palace through tho gate ot you know, tho monolithic wall for a ted the last word, at which Dr. John tho guard, doubtless that through houso Is too expvnslve, as It would re- complained that hla frlund Ilnb had which the king regularly paused from quire as much lumber for the false been grievously Insulted. "There Is no doubt ho was a dog," tho temple to the palace and back work as would bo required to build an again, accompanied by his bodyguard. ordinary house. The samo effect as n he explained, "but be was a great deal by more--h-e waa Hab." When young Solomon started out In monolithic wall has boon attained tho uso Perhaps It was to make amends to bis reign he was offered his choice of unique of tho concrete block In an manner. Tho blocks nro mado thu faithful creaturo that, when tha blessings, and choso not long life or way riches or power, but wisdom; and In In a regular machine In tho same ex- - story appeared In print the author entitled It "Hab and His Friends." that choice ho gained tlio. other bless- aa all blocks aro made, with the ings also. When Christ started out In Astrology With Risks. bis great reign be was found In the IPobch Formerly they had rough nnd roadr temple, seeking wisdom. When the girl Victoria learned tbnt sho was to modes ot testing claims to supernatubecomo queen of earth's mightiest ral powers. empire sho quietly said: "I will be "Dost thou know where thou wilt I ww; M ffl KlTCMtH good." It our younglings and queens pass Christmas?" naked Henry VII. 1 irowar I would be well furnUhed for their ot an astroloif.T. Ito could not sovereignty thoy must go to the Hilda tell. Whereupon Uio king's grnco which and to tho Hlblo schiol, and there the)' BedRoom II will learn what true royalty is. did love a merry Jest, mado answer: "Then I am wiser than thou, for I It U appropriate that wo have for DiMMCPOOM J know that thou wilt spend Christmas Kastcr Sunday tbo story of a corona,,o'x"or In prison." tion, for Raster Is the anniversary of John Gateazzo, duko of Milan, Is tho greatest of all coronations, the said to havo madu even merrier nt day when all mankind received the tho expense of an astrologer who forw possibility, at least, of the crown of told him that ho would Uio early. life. "And how long do you expect to This is th crown to which all out live" he Inquired of the prophet joung kings and queens should look "My lord, my star promises mo a forward as the blessed reward ot nolong life," ble relgnlre over tbn kingdoms that ii "Never trust to your star, man; you God has given them. St. James wrote. are to be hanged today," the duke "Hlessed la tho man that enduretb took raro that his own predlcUon temptation; for whon he hath been apshould bo fulfilled. Floor Plan. proved, bo shall receive tho crown ot life, which the Lord promised to Ibem A Job for Them. ceptlon that no face plate la used. that love him." "What will become of the world's St. John was bidden to write to ths Thin gives a block with an extremely :hurch in Syrlu: "He thou faithful rough face. After bcltig properly cured great navies In caso we havo univeraro Uid Into the wall and into death, and I will give thee the the blocks Is complete the outer sur- sal pcaro!" quorled tho morallzer. "Well," rejoined the demoralizer, "I after this srown of life," the face Is plastered with cement mortar would suggest that the big warships The crown of life means achievement of the best und most and finished In any desired way. The get together nnd bombard tho icebergs beautiful character. It means the de- result Is n wall that has all the appear-sne- which obstruct tto way to the north ot a monolithic wall. Is hollow, pole." velopment of all tho powers that (Jod baa given lis. It means lovo und and yot not a penny bos been expendNsAjral Supposition. friends In most iatlf)lne abundance, ed for forms. Ilyker-loo- t's Wo show here tho design of a consee what Is It they It means the honor of all whoso good plnlun Is worth the most. 'It means crete block cottage or biingalaw, aa call fast steamships? now, Tbn house l'yker Ocean greyhounds. "hrlst'a "Well done, thou good uod rottngea are termed feet four Inchon wjjo Hyker That's It Now. I auppos faithful servant!" It meant an eter- Is twenty-twfeet oljjlit Inches long. they will call airships sky terriers. nity of happiness In heaven. All are and thirty-threTh. Renoral appearance of th houso , won't thoy? ilgolQed by that open grave. and the only safety now Is the safety that ho found then the protection ot tho church nnd of a godly home. A noble woman has dono her part In saving the young king the part that mothers play In the preservation of tho young kings of our modern homes, Now a man steps In, as tho father comes to have tho chief Influence over the life of the growing boy. Jcholada, the high priest, was a man of ability ami lino character. I'rob ably It was becoming Increasingly dlf ilcult to hide the growing lad, nnd longer confinement would be most Injurious for him physically und mentally. The first step toward placing hi in on his rightful throne was to gather a sufllclcnt force 6f loyal adherents o heart-broken rible as those that threatened Joash; T?rRvTB ao.r3! SSI (""H i,.v.,LS mzjml PSSTJ u e April 6, 1911 THE CITIZEN Page Severn 31 1E1 MAKING A SPLIT-LO- G DRAG Farm and Road Improvement Implement Shown In Illustration Hat Deen Uted With Qreat Success on . Water-Holding Soil. Hy ft cut of n road-drait will ho noticed Hint tho halve nf n unlit tnf urn framed together by wooden braces to mat mo spilt aiirfnccB of tho log suail reforrlnc tn thn irrnmrninvln; COMING BY NIGHT By REV. CTtUS TOWKSEND BRADY DAILY DIET AND HEALTH HINTS By DR. T. 3. 1855 food SpcUIIl ALLEN p nnporp 11 n Kprpa 1 THE MOUNTAINS. Over 64 instructors, 1365 students from 27 states. Largest college library in Kentucky. NO SALOONS. 1911 WHITE DREAD DEFICIENT IN MINERAL ELEMENT. No question In diet FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of te In front. exeept Tho fnco of tho drag lies at an MANNER OF CUTTING STAKES nilcle of 45 drcrenu with Ihn linn nf thn road, thus drawing tho earth toward Troublo Avoided In Driving Dean Polei tho center. Tho roar log should follow In tho track of tho first. If Cre It Taken to Sharpen the Drain kIiouM ho Ax Properly. rnln, or continue,! wrt wentticr to Whon shnritcnlng tho ends of bean poles and other stukes (o enalilo them to enter tho ground easily It takes my. eral blows with tlio hatchet to obtain tho deslrrd effect. AH thin (roublo mar he entirely done away with If you take cam to sharpen Ilio ni properly, says tho Scientific American. When sharpening nn ordinary ax or hntchot you flrnt put onn Split-LoKldo ngalniit tho Rrlndstono and then Drag. Iho other, thus making n hovel on both lden an In Klg. 1. Hut, Inttind of do- smooth the earth's surface, nnd pre ing this, allow ono sldo of tho hatchet vent ruts from forming to hold water. to Ho nearly flat on tho grindstone rho drag not only smooths tho road. . Thfin 'law tl... ..II.... .1.1.. mi ... mum; hut crowns It. and puddles tho mud so J tuvi biihi iir Is hard when dry. and pot n bevel on It In the ordinary that It Those drags havo been used with way. Now 'tho hatchet linn an nine great success on clay or llko it wood cutting chisel (Fig. 2). soils. Many stretches of black gumWhen pointing Makes let the flat sur- bo roads In tho west are maintained by face, which mint t tho left side wlien tho use of this Implement alone. tho im!kj imlntlng away from you, I.U'ry farmer should own one. nnd ho lienrevt tlm wood. IJft up tho after a rain hn should spend a few hours on the road adjacent to his farm. If there arc many depression!! to fill, the drag should he used when the road Is wet. After It has been used lung enough to make the road fairly smooth, tho drag gles the best results If used when tho earth begins tu dry. water-holdin- TKXT- - Nleodfmuo. he that csmii to Jrnn by night. -- fit, John 7:W. ... Tho gospels aro marvels of conden sation. Thcro Is room for no Idle words In them; superfluous statements ai rigidly excluded. Tho Importanco of repetition Is thereforo apparent. Wo find In St. John's cvnngclaman named N'lcodomut thrlco mentioned In connection with Jesus. In tho first refcrenco It Is noted that he enmo to Jesus and hy night. In tho noxt two, ono of which took placo before tho death of tho N'nzarcuo and tho other after, tho fact of that nocturnal visit is related, so that Nlcodcmus, the rich, wealthy member of tho San-hedrlhalf-heartefor-ov- y the meat question, has been to vlgoroutly debated as that of the relative values of white and Some entire wheat bread. maintain that the fine white flour contains a larger per cent, of nutriment than the entire wheat flour, quoting the analysis of a government chemist to prove It. They also Insist that the coarse outer shell of the wheat It extremely Irritating to the delicate lining of the Intestinal canal, one who writes extensively on diet, going to far at to tay that It Is better to use the white bread and take a "Judiphy-tlela- alt A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject-S- o many classes that each student can be placed with ethers lilt himself, where he can make most rapid progress. Which Department Will You Enter? THE MODEL 8CHOOL8 for those least advanced. Same leotvreei library and general advantages as for more advanced students. Arlthmetl and the common branch 03 taught in the right way. Drawing, Singing, Blblav Handwork, Loasona In Farm and Household Management, eta Its test , M if BIG PROFITS IN ASPARAGUS Pennsylvania Farmers Sell One Bunch for t25 Considerable Care Needed In Cultivation. How the Ax Should De Ground. kx mid with a slight prrnauro let it drop on tho end of the wood stake. It will bo found to enter qulto canity Instead of glancing off the wood as often hnppriiH with the ordinary hatch-ct- , nnd tho resulting cut will be tralRht, oa Known in Fig. 4, Inntead of being curved na Khuwn hy the dotted lluca In Fig. 3. With this cIkp only half an many trokoH and half an much energy need tio used over n Job nnd tho work will xiuhchh tho advantngo of being fur raoro neatly done. Thn tiutuh of usiKirngtis shown In tho Illustration was ruined by iloopes llrothers of West Chester, I'a., and una bold for (25. .Mr. K. II. HoopcH says regarding their met hod of cultivating asparagus: "We do not cut out any until the third year, and then ouly about two GIVE SEED MUCH ATTENTION Importance Cannot De Overestimated, at Quality Has Great influence on Yield of Crop. lljr W. II. llil.IIKUT which lias received deitl of attention ftom thuughtlul peritona but Is still cry llttlu considered by the majority, its importanco cannot ho overestl' mated for tbu quality of tho seed has u gruil influence on tho yield of the crop. A $25 Dunch cf Asparagus. ISvcry one likes to get bargains and many think that bargains and low- - weeks. After thnt we cut nbout six priced articled aro ono and the same or seven weeks. "Wo use both phosphorus and rtnblo thing whllo In the matter of med low prices and bargains ennuot go to manurn for fertilization. It takes con slderublo time nnd enre to cultlvato gether. Take, for Instance, turnips. When and keep an asparagus bed clear of wo sco ono man charging twice tho weeds. Asparagus Is not unlike other Tho more careful treatment prlcu quoted by another of course the cropis. higher priced is usually for new aud you give It, tho greater will bo your Improved varieties, but wo often llnd reward." different) of prico for ono variety. One man may chargo for a seed which ouly germinates 30 per cent., whllo Huothcr chnrges holt as much again for a seed germinating CO per cent.. whllo another charges half as much again for seed germinating S5 per cent. From this u calculation can euslly ho inn do as to tho amount of Spinach and lettucu will endure a need required, for it Is tho low gcr- good ileal of frost inlnatlon that makes thick sowing L)o not wait until it is too late, n necessity. Have your seed tested at once. seed Is economy, Tho The ltiiKKlnn sunflower is the most Inasmuch as so many more seed ger productive, it is nUo very hardy. minate. When tho fnrmer knows There aro over 170.000,000 of ncrei that germination is poor ho trick to under wheat cultivation In tho world, insure a crop by thick sowing, but Market everything while it Is fresh. there tiro times when ho gets seeds of You will get a better prlco und hold poor germination without knowing it, your customers better. probably paying tho full price for Too much emphasis cannot be laid good seed. on good reed as an essential to suc This should bo sufficient reason for cess In market gardening. testing seed. Considering tho uum Keep up 11 rotation of crops with her of purchases of seed eitch year clover, nnd every year apply as much there aro a ridiculously small nuin fertilizer as is taken out of tho soil. ber of testa made. 1 know of 0:10 In Wood ashes aro ono of tho best of ttanco where samples tested com fertilizers, whllo coal ashes aro valu prised all the various crops grown on ablo for lightening henvy, clayoy soils. tho farm, hi Homo crops tho averngo All clay lands need clover rootB to of samples was reasonably good, but penetrate aud loosen their compact there wero miserably poor samples In strata, nnu 10 suppiy win practically every crop. ler. The best nnd most nutritious forugo crop I" sweet corn; and it also makes Vlnlng Plants. Poles for tho greatest growth of follago to tho VlniiiK benns nnd all other vines amount of HtnlK. Kbould havo polo or similar niechnnl The first silo was built about 1S70. cal support. Homo plant corn or sun 11 in hard for thosn who uso them now Ilowcnt for heaiiH to vino on. Hub is understand how tho world got along hue lary gardener's method. Two to without Bilos so long. thrifty plants cunnot occupy tho name To prevent backaches a Matno soil mince at tho Kami) time and farmer has Invented a Jointed hoo to thrive. I'luiit corn and sunflowers by throw potatoes into a net with which theiuKolvrs and beans by themselves, It Is nrovldcd as tney are oug. and give tho beans good polo support lu Itself tho small farm docs not crop. if you with to Hccuru a big possess any particular merit It is only when It Is thoroughly tilled that jt becomcB meritorious or profitable. Mature Cabbaat and Potatoes. l.imu Is often of woudcrful value In In tho northern lu few auctions a garden which has been heavily ma- to bring cabbage tales is It nosslble mo yenrs. 11 potatoes, sweet corn or tomutaeu to nured for plant food win nueraio been which has Insolublo ; maturity in tho opon air by Juiy In Urn ma deposited year after md tomatoes are iUeJ to o "u TIiIh In e. grat a subject ) who wan only n dlsclplo of Jesus, Is always and Identified nnd referred to as a man who camo seeking tho truth secretly and hy night. To trace his career Is Interesting. Ills condition In Ufa has been stated. Timidity wns his prevailing characteristic. Ho had Insight tn suspect tho truth, mentality to acknowledge It, but not courage to live It nnd proclaim It. It In well that that lacking quality which prevented him from bring numbered with tho apostles should bo brought to tho fore, for ho Is a type of humanity hy no means uncommon. He knew what was right, but he did not have courage to shape his life In ac cordance, with his knowledge. His be lief was not operative. It was not practical. In politics ho would cry loudly for reform and yet olo his party In tho Html test Tho last hceno In his Ilfo Is tragically typical. When the man In whom bo only half believed, whom ho had de fended faint hcartcdly, whom ho had sought by night, was dead hn camo with unavailing tears and futllo gifth to pay belated tribute, respect and How useless men! It re quired some courage, doubtless, to do that. Ho had progressed somewhat from hlx nocturnal and secret visits. Kven his sorry touch of tho Master hnd wrought that much change. Perhaps that was tho beginning of a greater change which would eventual ly make him a hold adherent, standing for what ho thought and believed. Wo do not know as to that. How often havo we looked at our dead and longed for another oppor tunity to show them the affection nnd consideration which wo withheld In life nnd which tho great termination has brought Into our being nn an 11' -lumlnation. Oh!" said tho wife of n deceased clergyman to a body of men who were passing resolutions after the death of their friend nnd telling what ho had been to them, "Oh, gentlemen, if you thought thus of my husband why didn't you tell him whilo .he was yet allvo?" and the gentle reproof was well deserved. l)o not ho afraid to stand for what you believe. Do not proclaim your ail herenco to man and creed secretly and hy night, hut In tho broad nnd open light of day. Do not wait until men or Issues aro dead, and then seek to explato your cowardice by a tardy, If expensive, recognition too lato. It will only servo to show not what might be, but what ought to have been. In belief and action hold It firmly, llxe It fearlessly, do It now. four-squar- e Soul-Thirst cious pill," occasionally. In speaking of the chief defect of milk at a food for adults I have called attention to Its deficiency In Iron, which gives that "sand" that la necessary to bring the moral qualities Into play. Now the standard analyses show that the percentage of Iron In whole wheat It more than double that In superfine white flour. Sulphur and chlorine, highly essential elements of the blood, are entirely eliminated from white flour, and only a trace of sodium It left which cannot be naturally supplied In common salt. The ordinary white flour contains less than half at much fat at whole wheat, and only one-four- books. TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade (fractlona as compound numbers), Brickwork, Farm Manageinont, Printing, Woodwork. Nursing, Dressmaking, Household MinagomenL "Learn and Earn," ACADEMY, REGULAR COUR8E, 2 years, for those who tuvre largsty finished common branches. The most practical and Interesting studies) to fU a young person for on honorable and useful life. CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered tn this course so that a young sau may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady In Home Bclenc. ACADEMY, COMMERCIAL, 1 year or 2 yoara to fit for business. Brest stall a part of this course, as toll and winter terms, Is rery profitable, extra foos. ACADEMY, PREPARATORY, 2, S and i year coursos, with Latin, Oar man. Algebra, History, Science, etc., fitting for college. COLLEGIATE, i years, Litorary, Scientific and Classical courses, will Tb mo of laboratories, solcntlflc apparatus, and all modern methods. the mineral matter. DAILY DIET AND HEALTH HINTS Dy highest educational standards. courses fit for the profession of teaching. Ffcrs NORMAL, 3 and year, parallel to 8th grade Model Schools, enables one to got a flrstclsas Following yoars (wlntor And spring terms) give tho Information, cortlflcato. culture and training necossarj for a true toachor, and cover branches ncf sary for State certificate. MUSIC, Singing (free), Rood Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, TneorTr Band, may he' taken as an extra In connection with any course. Small xtr fees. rR. T. SpcclalUt J. ALLEN GAINED POUNDS MONODIET. 11 ON Expenses, Regulations, Opening Days. Beroa College is not a money-makinInstitution. All tne money r celved from students Is paid out for their benefit, and the School expesia on an average upon each student nbout fifty dollars a year more than he par In. This great doflclt is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic pecplo who are supporting Bcrca In order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to proUst the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come frees the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who msj be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Dorca live in College buildings, and assist In work of boarding hall, farm and thops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to tho value of their labor. Eicopt In winter It Is expected thnt all will have a chance to earn a part of their penscs. Write to the Secretary tofore coming to secure employmenL PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different pcoplo, Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm rnsp and underclothing, umbrellas and overshooi, are nocossary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas asA g Headers of these Hints are constantly reporting great benefit from following the suggestions. The following Is especially Interesting because the writer put the suggestions Into practise in a systematic way and obtained practical results: "Having missed the Hints for eeveral months, I went to the public library where a file of the paper Is kept and read them from the beginning. I have since adopted a monodlet of apples for breakfast, beans and brown dates for dinbread for lunch-oner and buttermilk with oil at beadtlme. I have gained eleven pounds since adopting this dietary." I do not say that this Is an Ideal diet under all circumstances, but It Is certainly much better than the Incompatible n xtures eaten by the average reader, and the result reported might be expected, though it would not follow so quickly In all cases. The essential thing Is to make some Improvement. n; DAILY DIET AND HEALTH HINTS By DK. T. For God. rood Specialist I. ALLSN other necessary nrtlcles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no rant for tho fine buildings In which students live, charging only enough Tooxa rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week I the fall, and $1.50 In wlntor. For room, furnished, fuol, lights, wash lng of bedding, AO cents a week in fall and spring, CO oonts In winter. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee tot return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and Is returned when tho student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for caro of school buC ings. hospital library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or sbnlcei v' toaohers all our Instruction is n free gift). Tho Incidental Feo for moan students Is $5.00 a term, JC in Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In Collc giato courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental feo and room rent Vy thn term, hoard by tho half term. Installments aro as follows: FALL Model School 5.00 5.60 'JhNOTBS high-price- The soul thlrstB after Hod because nothing elso can satisfy. It la a great thing to learn that lesson. Kst ranged from (lod through the first transgression, the soul naturally seeks satisfaction In things material nnd carnal rather than In things spiritual and j eternal. Not until brought to an ovcr mastering senso and consciousness of tho litter cmptlnebs of all earthly things and their Inadequacy to satisfy tho higher demands of tho soul, will a man give placo to the longings of the heart after Clod. It Is a secona thirst. Every man's first thirst is after carnal things, and turning from theso unto things spiritual and unto unbounded thirst for God, Is a most wonderful transition. No man ever thirsts after (lod in vain. Hn Is both ablo aud willing to supply every need of all his creatures, ond since the redemption of tho soul Is so precious, why should he withhold any good tiling from us? Taking Up Our Cross. The cross Is to be met with In little things as well as In great things; In tho lltlo details of dally life; In our conduct with our friends; In the dally subjection of our creaturely will; In tho turning aside from those attractions which lead us out of tho way of duty or tho path of privilege; In the continual preference of that which Favors of (lod to that which savors of man; In nlways putting his will first nnd our own will second; in never doing n thing merely because It pleases us to do it, nor shrinking from doing anythlrg becauso It is painful, but In over endoavorlng to ho guided hy tho deslro to become conformed unto the nuturo of him who Is our leader. It H In bucIi littlo things as theso that the cross Is to bo taken up. Kcv, M. Hay, Aitken. ICt your spiritual life bo formed by your duties and hy the actions which aro called forth hy circumstances. Do not tako overmuch thought for the morrow, De altogether at rest in loving, holy confidence. Francis de Bales. EAT LIGHTLY IN SICKNESS. Vocational, Normal and academy $ 6.00 E.60 9A5 $21.05 9.45 $30.50 $30.00 $ 6,00 6.00 9.00 $21.00 9.00 $30.00 $29.50 $ 6.00 Collet? $ 7.OT strength" In sickness. Strength Is required for digestion and elimination of watte from food and when the food it not digested, which Is likely to be the case In severe Illness, the waste of vitality It Increased by the necessity of disposing of the poisons produced from the undiA gested food. child, tick with measles, waa four-yearo- ld Don't "eat to keep ep your Incidental Fee ltoom Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 14, 1910 Board for 7 weeks, due Nov. 2, 1910.. 6.61 . M5 $20.05 9.45 $29.00 $29.00 5.00 9 . Total for term If paid In advance WINTER 31.5fc I31.W Incidental Fee Room f 7.M .PI which It easgiven an ily digestedbut It was promptly ejected and the child, unusually healthy, wat out within two egg-no- loard, 6 week 00 .H $22.W 9.PS days. The lett normal stomperson In ach of a middle-age-d tlcknett would have retained such a ration to Its detriment. There Is almost always more In sickdanger of ness thin of underfeeding. over-feedin- g $20.00 Amount due Jan. 4, 1911 9.00 Board for 6 weeks, dm Feb. 15, 1911. Total for term If paid In advanc $29.00 $28.50 $ 5.00 00 6.75 $15.75 6.75 $31.M 130.M 7.M 4.W .7f $17.71 tV7 8PRING Incidental Fee ltoom Board, 5 weeks Amount due March 29, 1911 Board for 5 weeks, due May 3, 1941,. 4.00 6.75 $10.75 6.75 HEALTH HINTS By UB. T. J. ALLEN DAILY DIET AND food SptcUJUl em-mu- DIETARY FOR INVALIDS. Uncooked apples, grapes, oranges, pineapple, make a good morning meal for an Invalid or Infirm person; a whipped egg with well toasted dry bread for dinner, and rice alone In Increasing quantity, at strength returns (no milk, If the digestion be very weak), and buttermilk only or grape Juice only In the evening, for which may be substituted prunes (atone) as ttrength Increases, thoroughly washed. This dietary calls for llttl vitality, yet contalnt every element of nutrition, and can bo relied upon to tuttaln Indefinitely anyone not doing much mental or physical work. 23.5o $23.50 $24.M Total for term 423.00 S4.0t $23.00 If paid In advance REFUNDING. Students who leave by permission beforo the end of term receive back for money advanced as follows: (No al'owance for frai Uon of a week.) On board, refund in full. On room and "Special Expenses," there is a large loss occasioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes, and the Institution will refund only one-haof the amount which the student has paid for tho remaining , wevlis of the term. Fee, students exciwcd before tho middle of aerm win re On Incidental f the incidental feo paid, which certificate vrll) eetvu n certificate for be received as cush by Berea College- on payment of term bills by the it ieot In person, or a brother or sister, if presented within four terma. The first day of Fall term Is September 14, 1910. The first day of Winter term Is January 4, 1911. The first day of Bprlng term It March 29, 1911. for Information or friendly advice, write to tho Secretary. one-hal- yr WILL C. GAMBLE, BEREA. KENTUCKY Identity later. nure). Pace Eight. o M o M o M M M THE ClTIZIiiN. NOT BEREA ONLY kIriich at Tub Citizkn thin week will convey the it is devoted a I most entirely to the liferent nf Herea. Thin Is trim only on tho mirfnce. It is h Herea number anil in meant to linm a jmrtieulnr application, lint at tho mime time, it will apply jtint as well, ami In mimic In. A April (, 1911. onooononoonoonononowenonononononononoiionotoono o o o East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Ho cotrnpJet publltbfd It n)t for publication, bat Mikit Hint liking Easy cwuinl that M M sulni tittti o In lull ly tt utttir. ttKt evidence of rood filth. Wilte olilaljr. lit OKOIIOItOIIOItOIIOKOKOKOItOltOKOROoMoliOMOKOMOMOilOilOilOMOMoMOM FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo ESTILL COUNTY WACIKKHVIM.K are authorized to announce the Wagersvllle, April 1. Mr. and Mrs candidacy of Dr. J. A. Mahaftey, cf Ambroso Wilson nnd little son, Iewls, Sturgeon, Ky., for Representative of were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff the 71st district, subject to the ac Wagers, Saturday and Sunday. Man tion of the Republican party. ter Arnold K1 wards visited his sis ter, Mrn. Frank Congleton, this week ANNOUNCEMENT J. M. Kdwards Is In Louisville this OwIhk to tho nusenco of Mrs. Hill tho Knlr of Homespun InduatrleH will week buying his spring nnd summer bo omitted this year. Tills does not itoods. Tho Misses Kathryu Wag mean that It will bo discontinued. ers and Fan Scrlvner were the guests Next year It will start aRaln, larger of Miss Kdlth Fowler, Monday nfter-iiooHarry Kdwards came homo than ever. this week from Herea where he ha been In school during the winter. JACKSON COUNTY Salesman, A. C. Wilson, pasted thru M.MII.IIKM Mauldcn, Apr. 1. Married, March here, Tuesday. " 30th, Mr. Doyd Farmer and Miss Kt-t- a LOCUST I1UAMCH Anderson, the Dev. Win. JohnIocust llranch, April 1. The cold son officiating. Wo wish them a weather of late, from reports, 8"ems lone and happy life. Jns. II. Short to have killed the fruit. Mrs. Little left Friday for Richmond and Wagers- - Collins Is visiting friends and relavlllo on the look out for a saddle tives at Drip Hock this week. Mrs. (PARODY) horse. Mrs. J no. Tlllery of 1mdo.i Sarah Campbell who has been Mck has been oil a two weeks visit with Is bettor. John Young has built a The illrl. piled high In my old Kentucky lintiic, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter now dwelling house on his farm on 'Ti spring time the streets are in gnty. to Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Kissey Hranch, where ho will live They can't Mukc ulT that pcrenni.il look of gloom, Flanery, March 23rd, a fine hoy. Collins For the utreel sweeper never come their way. this summer. Mrs. Vemle The young folks make mud pies most everywhere Mack Anderson and Miss Lucy Howis sick this week. Colvin Powell and In saucer In wah pan or cup; ies passed thru here, Friday, enrouto his family have moved back to Red 11 y and liv wkitr f Utgue come a knocking at the door; to Island Creek on a visit. Geo. M. Lick on N. S. Coyle's farm. Mr. HenSo, my old Kentucky home, clean up. at ry Colvin is planning on going to Is attending school Mooro who Refrain. visited his parents, Mr. South Dakota, tho first of April, to Richmond Sweep some more, my lady, (), sweep some more, we pr.iy; and Mrs. Jack Moore, Saturday and put up machinery. Miss Maud CampWc will join with yon for a crusade for our home, Sunday. Sam and Geo. Davis and bell visited Miss Carrie Uarker last For a clean Kentucky home- - begin today. housekeepsister, Cora, have gone to Saturday and Sunday. There Is much Ther hunt no more for the tin can and the trash; ing in tho old Davis house. Mr. and sickness in this neighborhood. Jim In the alleys. In bark yard and itreet. Mrs. Green Amyx of Kgpt were visDarker visited his parents last Satur The rake and hoe they arc never heard to clah FarAnil the peace 'tween the two has lieen complete. iting their daughter, Mre. Wm. day and Sunday. Mr. and Mis. Ltse The day goes by but the weed remain the same mer, Friday. Robert H. nnd Drown Darker and Mrs. Florence Reeves As when here Daniel lloone used to sup, Farmer returned homo last week from came back homo last Sunday to see The time has come when we'll hae to force the game; Lexington. their parents. June London who has So, my old Kentucky home, clean up. been going to school at Herea has Refrain. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY come home to rest a while. Mr. Spl- OULANDO The dirt must go and the germs must all skidoo, ccr's saw mill on Red Lick Is doing prll 1. One of Mr. and Orlando, When eery one does bis iltlle part. deal of work. Miss Susie A few more day and the town will look like new, Mrs.Ambros Rader's children fell a creat and Miss Hesslo Willis vis- Robinson 'v The titieenliest'clty on the chart, Into a kettle of boiling water recentRed Miss Hattlo Johnson last Thurs- I.eate the tields and the bow and get busy tllh (lie hoe ly and was badly burned. Sam Al'Round man-Io'round cottage and hut. day. len who has .been verylLwtth tyIn a few more days 'twill lie blazing and so phoid is greatly improved. tthesley OWSLEY COUNTY Well - my old Kentucky home, clean up. Tayno died, the 21st, of pneumonia TRAVELLERS REST Refrain. fever. He leaves a wife nnd four Travelers Rest, Mar. ::0. Robert '. y. 1'.ikI,y. small children to mourn his loss. Tho Hotner, tho meat man, who has been entire community sympathizes with in very poor health for tome time are very Is tho bereaved famlly-Peoconvalescent. Hcnjamln Addison busy farming now. The recent cold who has been very low with pneus. weather has killed the peaches and ap- monia Is recovering. Jess Wagoner ples. John Lear was here, Tuesday, Is sick. S. P. Caudlll who has been tailing on our merchants. Miss Ruth In school at the K. K. S. N. Is exWater and Milk Supply Ilepport who has been in Mt. Vernon homo soon. Circuit Court confhool returned home, Saturday. Har- acted at Boonevlllo, Monday. Hiram vened Board of Health ney Anderson who has been In In- Hotner, Jan. Young, Knoch Creech (Jood water, water freo from filth earth worms can gain entrance. Tin diana has returned home for the and S. H. Caudlll were In Hoonevllle, ;nm, mankind's greatest things that are brought to the surface ulh0a8e sumruer. Leo Mtilllns of Pine 11111 Monday. Tho revival at Incent neaMiUy and greatest blessing. when wells are cleaned make us won visited friends here, Sunday. Squire Sunday, the 19th. Mr. and (,r contamlnated with disease germs tier why more people am not fclck Singleton was appointed Justice of .Mrs. Chester Flanery of Jackson Co. may 1)VComo a Kreut cuw,. Water Is Finally the well should ho located the peace In tho fifth district in t'hes-lo- y visited W. W. Wilson. Saturday and ,,,. mrwt rvmimnn rirrlr of illtwaKt! 'at n nlac! which Is htelicr than barn Payne's place. Tho prayer ser- Sunday. Hiram Hotner and Jessaml a V(.ry ,nl(0rtant fact is that j or privy, making It imiiohMhlo for vices at the chapel are doing nicely Wagoner made a business trip to water nll,y ,0 p..rftctly clear and moisture of any kind to drain from with a good attendance. D. M. Singh-tHeiiieiberg, baturtiay. uouert. u. not- - 8,iarkiing nn,i 8tlll be dangerous. these sources n the direction of the on waB In Conway, Wednesday, on ner was In town, .Monuay, enjoying (cloudy water may contain only harm- - well business. Miss M. T. Singleton has . A. Hotner Is movim; the sights. Next in imiortance to pure water j,.8g L.av c,.ar wat,.r may contain lieen sick for the past month. Mrs. his steam mill above Travelers Rst 'typhoid or consumption germs, germs comes clean milk. Disease .Minnie Scott, formerly of this place, to work Rowland's timber. Hvo In water but they grow with ' was married In Livingston to Mr. Joe ... ... The only way to be sure of getting island city 'iitir.i untt tu (n L'nnu.' ttu utllimt. Itl wonderful nipltllty In milk, if the Smith. Wo wish them a happy life. have island City. Mar thl.r(jar)) M) nialiy milk cans are washed with Impure count KOCKIURD not necessarily dirty water the taken advantage of the beautiful wea-.- .. April 2. Mrs. Mollio Rockford. 11.. t..r. .... 'ther and have completed owing oats. springs arc flot a sure source of , r..... ....., ... Jones of Illinois who Is visiting Mrs. . ,. , ... t.iuiiiir lit uiu iiiiih Uliu, ,ui'uuiiiu Married at tho bride's home. Mar. John Gulnn Is very sick. J. C. Uul-te- n 21st, Miss Mattle Harvey to Anderthe source of d sea sc. Cans left where and Alfred Alexander made a son Carmack. Good wishes go along In HtiimiiHr or , irrtK rtolliK' after u l files can light on them are sure to ,. , Moavy ruin 11 is iniixiie, 1 im nuuu: business trip to Richmond last MonM Ik as old with the couple. Mrs. Margaret lu trill, it iL'nllu Itllll U'.tlla I'Utu.fM- - become contaminated. day. Mrs. M. 11. Gulnn who has been who has been In Deren for ..1... "arllr '"""lied Is seldom clean. Th ml ih it 11 no to.i ,i.ibit. r ne sick for, some tlnio la better. Ilert tho past few months returned home a ((1 ti. milker's clothes, hands and pall are tricts are entirely unfit for use McCollum Is very sick. Mr. and Sirs. few days ago. more or less dirty ami the dust from Ellas Neeley has sold they contain drainage from L. P. Martin visited Mr. J. W. McColhis house and lot to II. II. Leggs and barns, prlvbs or back door yards. tho cow being for tho most part lum and family Saturday and Sunday. will give dried manure furnishes all sorts tf okscskIoii, August 1st. Mrs. Mao Dullen who has been sick The Rev. Mr. Urown filled his regit- - Tho safest iiosslblo source of pure thanccs for soiling tho milk, llo-.,s ,hu 8ky. ,f ra 8 ,vat(.r WBlPr for the past week Is some better. often In drinking a glass of milk rov... inr appointment at wauini nd irn ' tinliiriliti nnil Uiittilntr TFlin llmr roone do wo find visible dirt at the bot uu isj. ln it MUiiunji flit it Hoono, April 3. S. H. McClure and whlto und Mr. Kdwards, the Holiness es tho purest water. A cistern prop- tom. When we think that this dirt ami sealed at the represents mostly manure family havo recently moved to their ministers, held services, Saturday ami erly cemented and bam property near Conway. M. S. Kel- Sunday, in tho surrounding neighbor- top to exclude absolutely surface dust tho Importance of cleanliness water Is the bot-- t way, all thing Is ler of Richmond was In Hoonc ono hood. Wm. Stewart has moved to evident. day last week. Sam Lambert, rail- the house vacated by William Hacker considered. Where cistern water Is llefore milking, the udder should used it Is best to have 11 tin or road foreman, visited homo folks near near F. F. McCollum. .lames Kel-le- y I slate roof as old shingles give the be washed and the hands washed. Snider last Saturday and Sunday. Is doing a nice business with j water The milk should bo caught In a pail an unpleasant taste. Marlon Poynter who has been sick his broom factory. Geoi go Tlncher covered with a piece of cheese cloth Next to a clbtei 11 cornea a properly which has been boiled. Tho palls for somo tlmo Is Improving. Mrs. of Jackson County was on Jsland Anglo Huff of Snider visited her mo- Creek, Saturday, on business. Giad- - 'constructed well. The well should and all dishes used as containers ther near this place ono day last ed school will close, April "th. Mr. lj0 ,)0rr1 d''!' enough to be absolute- - should be scalded after thoroughly week. John Gadd of .Morgan visitWilliams will then for hs homo iy oyoni mo possinuuy 01 contain washing and rinsing. Germs groiv ed homo folks front Saturday till in Richmond. David Bowman has ing surface water. The opening of much more rapidly In warm milk Sunday. Wm. Gadd and daughter, sowed twenty-fiv- e dollars worth of both cistern and well should he built and so thu milk should bo cooled r,.. Hessle, were at Hrush Creek ono day hiunn i.,l ,1.1,. o(ii . fn..l... ,3 up well above the surrounding yard. as soon as milked. Where Ico Is not ouvu nt.a ,..Hn lis. .11111 iiiu rj. t . . laBt week. Dolphus Ievett went to viui.iij HlUh may can milk niiu lltlo ueuil ..ii. lor BUIIIO They should bo surrounded by a ce obtalnablo tho i Derea, Monday, on business. Andrew tlmo Is Improving rapidly. Horn to ment ring several feet wide sloping be lowered Into the well and left Wren made a business trip to Herea. Mr. anil Mrs. H. McGeorco. a bounc- - in all directions so as to effectively there to cool. Of course under such Paturtlay. The Rev. D. S. Phelps of ing ten pound boy, named I owers af- - carry off nny waste water. Tho top circumstances the outside of the can Hrlndlo Ridge visited tho home of J. ter tho congressman. should bo so closed as to make sure must be clean so as not to contnml-nat- o J. A. II. Lambert a few days last week. Is still the leading candidate that no toads, frogs, mice, ratH or tho well. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Chasteen visitfor Representative In Owsley County ed relatives near Clear Creek last and Is sure to win. G. II. Palmer of In the cross tie business,-Scho- ol TIN K will week. Hlnke, Ky., has two large yoko of. close at Oak Grove, April the "th, Vine, Mar. 31. John W. Heese is oxen for sale. H. with an entertainment.-T- he l In very oor health but Is Improving LAUREL COUNTY Marshal made a ruld thru this coin- - slowly. Mr. ami Mrs. II. Poo Wt 1IONIIAM PT AV rnTTTtfTV , I 'tlllinltv n f.iu .Invu" mrn Inu . (?.iln nil f.. wnuru .t Uonham, Mar. 30. Wo havo had J .iji"i iibiciuu ior Illinois ...I uiejr e- ' NKXTONH CKKKK Clurk Cou,Uy w111 movo hcro ln tt ' H'ct to nmko t,lolr fu,uro much snow for the last two days Sextons Creek. Mar. 31. Workings of and It la feared that tho fruit is aro very numerous In this neighbor- noun urn" to muiiu eis iiituru nonie. rreti KstrlUgo wlio lias lieen upon America Moigun has moved mg a few months lu Texas, return-t- o nearly all killed. Miss Linda John- hood. There wero six last week. Monher now farm on Goose Creek near d last week to seiid a few days son who has boon sick so long Is day was the windiest day of tho seavltli home folka hut will leave for about able to get out again. John son. A little girl of Hill McQueen'B Manchester. Sestar Is having biucesa in tho poul- died tho 30th ns the result of a burn try business. He returned homo to- which she received, Wednesday. The day with a flno lot of hens. K. Den-ha- fire caught while her mother was at has moved to his farm near a neighbor's house Horn to Mr. and Tombstones and Corner Posts for lots call upon London which he purchased from Mrs. Geo. W. Kdwards, a flno girl. Jacob Aberhart, Kvery one Is Bow1 James Fryo Is working for W. N. H;:;PNartnAc5:nts ing his oats lu this neighborhood. Ilurch this summer. II. Hewlett is n. stanren lietter, elsewhere. Take, for instance, uhnt Professor Scale an) a about clentiingatiil beautifying tho streets and nlle)H, or what tho Mothers' Club limintn should Im the standard for our markets nnd groceries; what Doctor Cowley tells about the milk ami wntermipply,or Miss Mooru'n descrlp. tion of the public school and plea for better conditions. Ir there any town or community that can escape criticism on these particulars, or that dors not iicetl just audi a campaign as in being inaugurated In Herea? Only those that are perfect in these respects should consider that this llerea number tloca not apph to them. Further, if we take up the Clin Club's articlo 011 "The Interior of the Home," The L'rlcilla Club'a, on "Yard and Gartlena." P. O. Clark's tin "Munis and Out Buildings," or Mm. KurlyV plea for tho "Church licautiftil," can anyone say that they do not fit because they were meant in the first place to apply to llerea? The New Kentucky Home, contributed by Mr I'awley, will at least be seen io hnve 11 general application. Yea, it in a llerea number, but only so because no mint to get the beam out of our own eyea at the same time that we lire calling ut tentiou to the mote in other peoples eyes. mi POWDER Thm Kentucky. This farm Is almost entirely level, Is good land and has on It a good six room house and out buildings, a new tobacco barn costing 4G0, a splendid orchard, flno drilled well In yard and fountain of stock water Just In the right llaco. This Is a great bargain and can be had for only $C per aero, half down and balance In paymtaU. Address J. P. Ulcknell, Derea, Ky., or Robert Boln, Paint Lick, Ky, It. F. D. No. 2. only kakfng mowdar mmtm from Royal Grama Oraam of Tartar PWSPflATE Absolutely Pure NO ALUM,M LIME My New Kentucky Home the west soon. Mrs. Martha Rice is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Susan Hornshy of Goose Creek, on account of Illness. Tho Mlcse Julia and Lizzie Ferguson and thtir brother, Gilbert, visited their cousin. Miss Minnie Matthews of Htutgcon, last Saturday nnd Sunday.--!- !. F. Downey went to Fast Hernstndt recently on George Drowning business. and Georgu Collins will leae totlay fur Manchester where they will sM'tid a few days with their relatives. Possession given at once if bought. VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE ' I also havo a very valuaUt Iowa . property In Central Derea oa Math IrIiIo of Chestnut St., opposite National Hank building. This lot to 127 foot front extending back 175 feet nnd has on It a good aiz room, two story framed house, excellent I -J I1 Knruuii uhu uarn. aibu buuo kw framed store building with living abovo Store room 26x60 ft. All In good condition and a fine location for any ono wanting a splendid business location In the beautiful and educational town ot Derea, Ky. Would sell this property aa a whole or separately, together with all my property In Herea, which to for sale. For further Information address, J. P. Ulcknell, Derea, Ky. I A1 MADISON COUNTY DHKvrrs Dreyfus. April l..Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Slzemore of Corhln visited Mrs. SliemorcV sister, Mrs. John Robin-wiMr. and Mrs. Owen ljtkeH ar. the proud parents of triplets nnd Mr. ami Mrs. Hales Todd are rejoicing over the birth of n fine liy. The wedding bells rang, Wednesday Ulght, for Mr. Kddie Raker of this place and .Miss Nannie Ijimb of Floyd llranch. HAUV CHICKS: Harred Plymouth P.ocks, $8.00 per 100. Kgg for hatching no cents per 15. Mrs. J. It. Wallace, Wallaceton. Ky. n. n, -- NEWS OF THE WEEK tContiniirtl from fitt litrl ward tho measure for the popular election of IJ. S. Senators, change the House Rules, handle tho purse strings ot the nation with care and give stale hood to Arizona and New Mexico. TAMMANY WINS The deadlock ended suddenly n the New York Legislature last week by the election of a Justice O'Gornian. a Tammany henchman. The Insurgents lost th'lr backbone at las'. Tho worst thing that can bo said of O'Gorinun Is that he Is Murphy's mm -- Tammany's man. " Dark-horse, Tfits Particular Br For Particular Dressers While it k true that fine clothe do not make fane men, the maa will always command aUes-tio- o. When you buy weU-dreucd ple Berea Beautiful and Healthful "Shield Brand" Clothing you are certain to get a correct fit, and plenty quality in Prices are every garment. within reach of aH d, CALIFORNIA" I ' 31.-I-a- r,,,ers ,., ... ... ,.i ... If jou aro thinking of toiulng, t,r want to know why you should come to California, write to me, and I shall take delight in telling ytm why, and giving you any Information on mav desire. I inn n fvcnlneKInn mi. I take a seclal Interest In Kentucky tieople. I havo been In California ten yunrs, on tho fnrm nnd thoroughly understand the soli and conditions. If you think of coming to California drop me a Hue, Yours truly, II. L. Hishop, Klngsburg, Frenso County, Cal. A BIG BARGAIN In a farm containing 89 2 acres situated on Copper Creek Pike six miles west of Derea, 4 2 miles oast of Paint Lick, Garrard County, $19.H THE LOWEST VM THE HIGHEST Give us a trial and b convinced. For Sale by R. J. Engle & Son Berea, Kentucky , i TkU Mailt ( Qxtltij It m evwy cm! tMu, , i'. 1 so 1 ' , 1 1 I J Refinishing Floors and Furniture will bring you more pleaure and abiding happiness ; your home than anything you can do about ihe home for which you will pnd any tuch una! amount in lime and money at will be the expenditure in this work. LUSTR sfMl t rii SBBaaWM "DO YOU REALIZE WHAT YOU CAN ACCOMPLISH?" I m I . ''',, "Hanna's Lustro Finish" "Made To Walk On" fade, poutively durable because it is made painted floori made to look like new in all beautiful uch a Mahogany, Antique Oak. etc Makes old woodwork and old furniture as good as new. "13 THIS CLEAR TO YOU V Is permanent in iti color, never m FINE MONUMENTS of la. bet material. Old fOH SALK BY S.McGuire, Berea, Ky. WILLIAM ISAACS, Berea, Ky.