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BERRA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAKCII 14, 1012 Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. People Ono Dollar n year. No. 37 Vol. XIII. copy. IF THEY WILL HAVE IT SO "President Tnft can't he elected if nominated, and the only hope of the Republican party is tho nomination of Theodore Roosevelt". This in tho cry of the Roosevelt boosters, nnd it is not only heard in conversation but published openly in the news sheets that havo rushed to tho defense of tho Colonel's candidacy. And to this declaration we say, "True, if they will havo it so." It is not likely that they can defeat the President's but certainly their tactics will make It very hard for him to be elected, hecniiRO they aro compromising themselves and giving tho opposing party all the nmunition it needs in its onslaughts upon Republicanism. If tho friends of Mr. Roosevolt were really loyal to Republican principles, if they wanted these principles to triumph and were work, ing for them instead of sulToring themselves to be caught by the spell of a hero and led whither they know not, it would seem that wisdom would suggest a little different and a little more temperate languago. Presumably, if Mr. Roosevelt is defeated at the Chicago Convention, his followers will support tho nominee; but won't they bojn a fix so far as argument is concorned, If they have heralded broadcast throughout tho country their want of faith in the President, tho declaration that he cannot be elected, and have blKtantly repudiated his administration nnd all that he has done and attempted to do. Agaiu, when they say that Mr. Roosevelt is iho only man that can lead tho Republicans to victory, they not only proclaim tho y of the party as to leadership but acknowledge that Republican principles have lost their winning power are dead issues. And, as suggented by a recent editorial in tho World's Work, when their hero who is to lead them to victoryloses his halo, as most heroes, intoxicated by the ncclaim of the populace, usually do, they and their party will not only be left without a leader but without principles. For ourselves, we proposo to try to bo temperate, saying nothing that will compromise us or weaken our arguments in support of the nomineo whether ho be Mr. Taft or Mr. Roosevelt; for, unless something occurs that would make it disloyalty to the interest of the country and to our own integrity, we expect to support the nominee. And it seems to us that this policy would be the wisest for the friends of Mr. Roosevelt to pursue. Yes, Mr. Taft will be defeated at the polls if the followers of Vol. Itoosevelt tcill have it so it their rule or ruin policy prevails, if they prefer a Democrat instead of Taft for President. pov-ert- FERTILIZERS Globe, Equity, Mt. Pleasant Now ready for delivery at he lowest prices at ' CHRISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE WEEK IN OUR MAN" Clothing, Shoes, Men's Furnishings AT REASONABLE PRICES R. R. COYLE BEREA, WORTH MORE THAU A DOLLAR NEWS OFJE OWN STATE , KENTUCKY Pitney's Appointment held up Arbitration Treaties Killed The Presi dent Replies to the Colonel. CONFIRMATION HELD UP Tho United States Senato has so far refused to confirm the nomination of Judge Mahlon W. Pitney, Chancellor of the stato of New Jersey, to bo Associate Justice ot tho United States Supreme Court, succeeding Justice Harlan, somo ot tho deci sions of Judge Pitney not being pleas ing to tho Senato. , KILLED IN THEIR RATIFICA-TO- N Ono of the most conspicuous acts of Pres. Taft was his negotiation of arbitration treaties between Great Britain, Gormany, Franco and the United States. These treaties were far in advance ot any treaties, ever mauo rjeiween governments, and, it was thought, would eliminate all dos-slbllltles of war, for they provided for the submission of nractlcally all disputes to an arbitration commission. Hut the Senate, while ratifying the treaties, so amended them as to rob them of an virtue. THE PRESIDENT WITHSTANDS THE COLONEL Pres. Taft, on his speakinc tour lu Ohio and Illinois at tho end of the week, took occasion In a number of addresses to let tho peoplo know-hohe stands on the Issues that Col. Roosevelt has Injected into tho campaign. Ot course- the President did not deal In personali ties, but In the calm, judicial way. for which ho Is noted, laid bare tho faults and foibles In Mr. Roosevelt's platform. As to tho of judical decis ions, ho showed how Judges are to decide cases according to the laws and constitution Just as they find them, and that laws and constitutions should not bo set aside by any momentary clamor. re-ca- ll THE PRETORIAN GUARD What is Tho Cttltcn worth T Tho Editor frequently gets letters frcfai pleased subscribers who say that thoy could nut do without tho paper at any price that thcro la a single article In cvory issuo that Is worth inoro than the money paid for tho 02 numbers. That Is tho kind of letters any editor Js glad to set and It can hardly bo said that Uiey exaggerate tho merits of Tho Cltiten. If any ono will took at pago 7 In this Issuo ho can certainly find suggestions aa to tho farm, tho garden, tho chicken yard, etc., many of which arc worth mora than a dollar. And, further, tho artlclo on Intensive Fanning this week by Prof. K. O. Clark, on page 5, Is worth not simply a dollar but many dollar, for, It properly studied and followed. It will renew tho worn-ou- t farm and from a condition of poverty mako tho farmer prosperous. Speakers Clark at Frankfort Csn-tri- ll Declared the Nominee Kentucky in Registration Area Lexington in Bad Plight Legislative 1. n w u ii 14 j rVD... r w .icai iwi nuussivii. n!. WORLD NEWS South Pole Discovered English Coal Strike World-wid- e Strike ProbableMexican Situation Quiet in China. SOUTH POLE DISCOVERED Something liko tho lutcrcst of three years ago, caused by the sudden announcement that tho North Polo had bocn discovered by ono Dr. Cook, resulted from a telegram from Wellington, New day, to tho effect J.-Un- anthraclto and bituminous workers and their employers In this country, and, it nogotatlona which aro under way do not result in favor ot Uio employees, it la feared that tho United States will bo affected by a strlko almost. It not quito, as serious as tho English strlko now la progress. Ono hundred and soventy-tiv- o thousand German miners quit Work on tho 11th. THE MEXICAN SITUATION Tho Revolutionists In Mexico havo Serial Story. met with somo serious reverses at SEVENTH PAGE tho hands ot tho government forces In Congress." Inexpensive Poultry House. during tho wcok, and at tho samo tlmo Farm and Garden Hints. President Madoro has received a re- A Trap. markablo expression ot confidence try, and It Is now reported that tho mado of tho bost Havana can ylold EIGHTH PAGE from almost tho entire population of revolution Is on tho wane, and tho Castora Kentucky News. tho city of Moxlco and adjoining coun- - speody restoration of peace- Is hoped and then I am going to havo an orchestra to play every night whllo I for. am eating dinner." Dr. D. K. PearQUIET IN CHINA sons came- Into tho possession ot a Calm after tho storm prevails In great fortuno thru tho rlsa ot land China, but it Is feared that it is an in Chicago and thru great busienforcod calm. Tho now Presldont ness sagacity, and, without changing Yuan Shi Kal has taken tho oath ot tho simple habits ot his lite, began This year the Band Concert will be better office and It Is hoped that further distributing his fortune to tho colrioting may bo provented. than ever before, because it is able to a betleges ot tho world and to missions. ter class of music than has before been possible. Ho manifested tho samo genius In OR, PEARSONS' LIFE giving that ho bad shown In getting, Ross Hickernell, the world's famous cornet virand becamo a part ot bis philanDiscovered a New Occupation tuoso, will have a part in the program which is one thropy, lntorostlng himself In tho that will appeal to everyone. Somo years ago a certain United Institutions helped and carefully studyStates Senator suddenly came Into a ing their work. Tho story of his philDo not miss the best Band Concert ever given largo fortune A friend asked him, anthropic llfo Is excellently told by in Berea, and do not fail to hear the great soloist. "What is tho first thing you aro go- Mr. Williams In a now volumo from ing to do with ItT" Ho replied, 'Tho Tho Pilgrim Presa. After f Ivo chapters March 26. Admission 10 and 15 cents. first thing I am going to do is to devoted to his business llfo in Chi- havo my own special brand of cigar Continued oil rage Hour Markets. ndny Bchool Lesson. TIIIItD PAOE Temperance Notes. Gonoral Kentucky News. FOURTH PAGE Local News. FIFTH PAGE Intcnalvo Farming. Golden Wedding. Republican Stato Convention. SIXTH PAGE last ThursCapt, Scott, a British explorer, had reached tho South Pole. Tho news purported to como from Capt. Amundsen, a Norwegian explorer who waa himself In search of tho Pole, and, for that reason, It was supposed to bo true. La ter telegrams, howovcr, wcro to tho effect that the discovery was made Again, what about tho continued by Amundsen himself nnd not by Scott, story T To tho lovers of Uio romantic who bo far has not bocn heard from and tho thrilling It ought to appeal. And now thcro seems to bo no doubt Tho Citizen Is published not for that Amundsen reached tho Polo, and money, but for tho bottermcnt of tho ho himself nays that It Is very like country and advancement of tho In- ly that Scott waa also successful, dividual interests of Ita readora. Still and ho Is generous enough to ex It must havo money, but for tho dol- press tho hopo that ho was. lar it gcta It trios to glvo tho valuo ENGLISH COAL STRIKE of many in return. No adjustment has yet bocn mado between tho miners and operators iu tho English coal strike. It is reCONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE ported that two million workers aro idle, whtlo as an Indirect result, hair FIRST PAGE of tho nation's working population Editorials. may soon bo forced to stop work. In Our Own State. . Another conference Is soon to bo held, Newa of tho Week. but llttlo hopo Is expressed that anyWorld News. thing will como of It. Dr. Pearsons' Llfo. WORLD-WID- E STIUKE SECOND PAOE Serious difficulties havo arisen General News. that en Every one who is familiar with Roman History will recall how the Pretorian Guard made and unmade the Roman Emperors, or, if not the Pretorian Guard, the army of Caesar or some other general who had been lavish in his bestowal of favors upon his soldiers. The United States has given to the world a new kind of soldiers men whose patriotism and whose loyalty to the Government were absolutely unselfish, as shown by the fact that life was offered, and, in millions of cases, given without any expectation of reward. And the survivors of our various struggles have further proved their patriotism by quietly laying down their arms when the object for which they fought was accomplished, or, as in the case of the Confederate soldiers, when they were honorably defeated they have overthrown no presidents and exalted none of their heroes contrary to the forms of law. And now that we have said thisVe wonder if it is true. We have known several Congressmen, a few Senators and at long distance a President or two, and it is too bad to have to say that we have never heard a Congressman ask for relection who did not bid for the vote of the old soldiers by telling of the numerous private pension bills he had introduced; and he generally confessed, in a way, that he had done all he could to pour the contents of the Treasury of the United States into the pockets of the defenders of the Union regardless of their needs or deserts. And we have nothing better to say for the few Senators we have heard. And, as to the Presidents, their campaign literature is not apt to fail in its appeal in this particular. And the farther we get away from war times the worse it gets. Witness the spectacle of the Democratic Lower House of Congress slobbering all over itself in the matter of pension Legislation the Sherwood Dollar a Day Pension Bill proposing to pour fifty million dollars more annually into the already swollen pension " budget. Is any old soldier fool enough to believe that this measure was anything else than a bid for votes? Is any old soldier, or anybody else, for that matter, able to see anything in this Legislation or in any other that has been proposed by the Lower House, this session or last, that has not been designed to catch suckers? But a reassuring side light is offered us. We are told that the leaders of the Grand Army went before the Committee of the Senate which had the bill in charge and advised that it be reported unfavorably. That is what we might have expected. has always seemed to us that men who are unselfish enough to offer their lives for their country should be patriotic enough to vote right regardless of their The heritage of every soldier is the love, the honor and respect of every other citizen, and he will certainly lose that love, that honor and that respect if he so far forgets himself as to demand or countenance the subserviency of less heroic, less patriotic and loyal men who sit in the seats of the mighty at Washington and who would feather their seats by looting the Treasury of the United States. And there is another patriotic note. In the midst of the hurry and scurry in the Lower House, almost every man trying to outdo the others in his fulsome praise of the great army that maintained the Union and announcing that he was for the bill, it is good to hear the clarion voice of Representative Hughes of New Jersey: "I know that the effect of my vote in my district may be dlastrous to ine, and yet I have conscientiously reached tho conclusion that fifty million dollars a year Ih 'too much to ask tho country to pay for tho privilege of retnlnjng mo pocket-books. SPEAKER CLARK AT FRANKFORT Representative Chomp Clark, Speaker ot tho National Houso of Representatives, addressed tho Legislature last Saturday, an Invitation having been sent him some time ago. Speaker Clark Is a presidential aspirant, and on his return to Washington is reported to have said that ho feels sure of the support ot tho Kentucky delegation at tho Baltimore Convention. Speaker Clark has only been absent from his duties at Washington two days during his lone Legislative career, and both these days have been In the last two years, ono owing to sickness and the other to the visit to Kentucky, which is his birth state. CANTRILL THE NOMINEE The temporary restraining order granted by tho Fayette Circuit Court, preventing tho holding of a primary In tho Soventh Congressional Dis- EXPORTS OK NUTS AND FRUITS Exports of fruits and nuts from tho United States aggregated more than 200 million dollars in tho last twclvo years, reaching their highest record In tho calendar year Just ended, with a total of 29 million dollars, or moro than three times as much as a o dec-ad- earlier. IN FAVOR OF EMPLOYEES A bulletin by tho Bureau of Rail- Contlnucil on Page Five trict, failed of confirmation by .the Court ot Appeals last Saturday, and immediately thereafter tho district committee declared Mr. Cantrlll the nomineo of the Democratic party. It looks as if the Seventh District, although three new counties havo been added to It which have no voice whatever In the selection of a candidate, is to be for another two years in the grasp ot about tho worst political that tho stato has ever known. IN THE REGISTRATION AREA Tbo efficient work done by the Bureau ot Vital Statistics of the Stato Board of Health, during the past year, has resulted in tho ad mission ot Kentucky into what is known as tho Registration Area by tho Census Bureau. Registration laws are now in effect In 22 states ot the Union. Tho work of Kentucky's Bu reau has been highly commended, no other stato having a better record for Its first year. Efforts to repeal tho Vital Statistics Law In the Legislature provod futile. IN BAD PLIGHT Owing to the greed for offlco and tho ovldeut feeling among the politicians and Legislators that office ma-cbl- Continued on Page Five Berea School Roofiiag Attention Before the busy season begins I would like to have all my customers look over the work which I have done within the last two years. If there is any thing wrong let me know by return mail. Our aim is to make our work accurate. I want my Roofing Class to benefit by my mistakes. 1 BAND CONCERT play A time. I must have from two to three houses to cover every week for the next three months to keep my Roofing School busy. Write, call up or see me. -:-:-;- nw is the right If You want to save money on your Roofing, -:- HENRY LENGFELLNER Office Jackson St., rear of Main. Phone 7 or 181. Page Two. THE CITIZEN. HILL EVILS ARE BARED March 14, 1912. STOP NORWAY The Citizen A WOUND UP AND CAN'T CLAIMS POLE jWWlONAL' SUNMrSfflOOL family newspaper for all that It right true and interesting. imruii3 PAY FIVE CENTS WEEK FOR DRINKING WATER. A rubllxhra! evciy Thursday at lfona, Ky. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (tncorporntrd) J. P. Faulkner, Editor ard Manager. louse committee Hears Idle Em- ployes Describe Situation at Lawrence, Mats. Washington. Ulrls and boys, strik- Amundsen SaldToHavs Reached Goal Before Englishman He Denies Having Given Scott the Credit Great Rejoicing All Over Lesson my Drpirtmrnt, The Moody Ullile stitute of ChlruKC) H. O. HCI.l.KUS, nirfrtnr of rivfn-In- tr Lawrence. Miss Jane Hock, alro of the I'tilla- dolphla committee, corroborated mucn or uogatln'a testimony. mcro has been some auestlon." said President Gompers In his argu ment before the committee, "as to the KENTUCKY I'KUSS ASSOCIATION. authority of this committee to make this inquiry. I think the alleged fact Kansas has a citizen who claims to or do the only hog dentist In the world." of interference of authorities of law What's the use of casting gold fillings ing Massachusetts with children leav Lawrence Is of sufficient Import efore swine? ance to warrant the Investigation." ins mill workers from Lawrence. ainss.. tcstlllcd betoro tho houso PATAtSl.B IN ADVAXCIi. One voir 11.00 which Is consldorlne a resolu- Nix Month ...,..., m tlon to Investigate conditions whlcn , Thnv Motitlis followed attempts to send children Hend mfmey by from the strike-riddeor Tl.tnrfsi cltr. Money Order, Dmft, ItfiKHU-rvUitltr, or Thcy told of working loug hours lor c nmt two ornt Btnt. low wages and of pnytng tho AmeriThe data after )our tuimo on lihol nows to wh.it ku ywtir vutwrltrtlon can Woolen company nvo cents a pilit. If tt I not (4umivu within tlknv eeit for drinking water, which they wffn nn.T rrruw.u notify iw. Hkwlns mimt-- r will lx gUully mipplKil ucsenned as "canal water," The children showed tlm committee Fln wvmlums chrein. witli iijmv uriptlnns nmt prompt Fctul for evidences of the hardships and dan1'rvmlum 1,1st. gers of their employment, exhibiting LIImtoI term (rlvm to nny one who m-BuhscrniUonn for u. Any one mutilated hands and wounds on their rending n four yearly u.norlpt)n arms and bodies. ruv4ve 'ltin frco for hlmsolf for "cpresentative V ctor Ilercer and me yrar. AdvertNn nites on application. aainuci uoinpers, president of the American Federation of Labor, made MKM11RR 07 statements about tho rival unions at com-njltteIVwt-ofllr- o rviu-wtilln Subscription Rates Scandanavla. Christiana, Norway. Ilasing her claim on dispatches received direct from Cnpt. Itoald Amundsen, who is at llolinrt, Tnsmnnla, Norway oniclully proclaimed herself iu possession of the south iole. Ilejolrlng over Cnpt Amundsen's success hi reaching tho south polo are widespread. Tho feeling of the was voiced In tho Storthing by tho president, Frederlk Konow. At tho opening of I ho session President amid loud checrn from the members, said: "W can not begin our day's work without expressing our thankful Joy and tbo admiration and prldo with which we are all filled by tho news that Cnpt. Itoald Amundsen nnd his comrades havu reached tho south pole and planted the Norwegian flag there." The Storthing then tabled to Cnpt. Amundsen its warmest greetings and oo-pl- o Ko-no- In- LESSON FOR MARCH 17. THE PARALYTIC HEALED. tho Lord. O nOI.DKN Ti:XT-"ltlmy soul, and forurt not all Ids lionrlltt: who fiirtfvrth oil Ihlno Intqult Ich. who M lif!tli nil thy dliesses,"!'. 1 LKHHON TUXT-Mn- rk M-l- ! n. c.-i- Jrrzz, , - thanks. VANISH MEXICAN REBEL LEADERS TO BE TROOPS u. s. NEAR TAKU AR- FORCE FROM SHANGHAI RIVES AT TIENTSIN. We are Informed that Mars Is ex APPEASED BY OFFER OF Aliens Will Be In Bad Condition If periencing a hard winter, but. then. RABENAU SENT UP FOR LIFE CABINET JOBS. Racial Strife Begins, Say Dispatches mere is reason to believe that Mars baa nothing on us. sen's accomplishment. Looting Continues. Years for Other Two Kaufman Capt. Amundsen denies having teleSlayers Escape Noose Families MADERO'S MOVE, IS REPORT One good thing about the king of Tientsin. The United States cruis- graphed anything regarding Capt. Hob-eBecome Hysterical. er Cincinnati arrived at Taku, at tbo Scott or the Urltlsh expedition. weather wo have had this year Is that It keeps your priceless chunk of but- Chicago. John Stacey. ono of the President Taft and Secretary of War mouth of tho Pelho, thirty miles from .er from melting away. :onvicted slayers of Mrs. Hattie Kauf- 8tlmson to Decide Number of Add) Tientsin, from Shanghai, and tho deSix Delegates Named. mnn. collapsed in tho county Jail tlonal Regiments for Work In Pa- - tachment of ZOO marines which left New York. Announccmnt was made A leading actress refuses to nlar In stacey was overcome with the sen- Shanghai on the transport Abercnda trollng Border Line. by the National Association for the arrived here. i theater that asks but one dollar for ence of 25 years imposed on him. A '.ta best scats. This actress will yet ilmilar term In prison was given Wil Police authorities and the mayor of Study nnd Prevention of Tuberculosis Mexico city. sensational rumors of the names of six delegates desigOe put on the retired list liam Rollln Channel!, whllo George aro afloat here to tho effect that the Tientsin hac given notice by procla(Towhead) Rnbenau. tho bandit who various warring elements will be pla mation to those persons who partici- nated by the United States governA food expert Informs us that there Jred the fatal Bhot. was sentenced for cated by cabinet positions being ten pated In tho recent looting that they ment through Huntington Wilson, acts as much nourishment In two eggs lo. dered their leaders. Tho chances will will be granted five days' grace, dur- ing secretary of state, to represent the s there Is in a good sized steak, but Four women shrieked and fainted affect six of tho eight porfollos and ing which those who return their loot United States at the seventh Interna-- , tggs were deceivers ever. iimuitancously as tho doom of their are designed to nmalgamato the Vas to Its owners will not be asked any tlonal congress on tuberculosis to be rcspectlvo sons and husbands was pro- - oulstas, liberals, the army clement questions nor punished In nny way, held In Homo April 14 to 10. Tho del-- , Mile. Plaskoweltzkajakahie, a Rus- nounced. For a time It appeared that and the Maderlsts. A French cruiser landed a detachment egates appointed are Dr. Henry liar-tosian dancer. Is about to visit us. Lino Jacobs, Baltimore; Dr. Livingston Perhaps the most startling feature of marines this morning at Taku. serious panic might result in the :ype operators are in favor of the Manila, P. I. Major General J. Farrand, New York; Dr. Charles L. rowded courtroom, but tho hysterical the plan Is the proposed returning of undesirable Russians. commanding Hell, tho Greene, St. Paul, Dr. G. Walter relatives were hastily removed to ante- - f Dr- - Francisco Vasauez Gomez, the Franklin rooms as tho threo defendants were "Drains of tho revolution," to the post Philippine division, has slightly modi-fleDepver: Dr. Gerald H. Webb, ColParagraphers are taking sundry Jolts taken back to their cells In the county of public instruction. the plans for the expedition of orado Springs, and William II. Haldtt the man who paid $27,000 for a e Francisco de LaDarra is slated for additional troops to north China. Only win. Washington, air of the natlonnl and does not read It, but how tho ministry of foreign relations. tho third battalion of the Fifteenth in- association. many paragraphers read the Bible? tho WOMAN SPMTPMntm TO w nCATU wnlch 08 occupied during tbo last of fantry at normal strength, under Hoot, ' Diaz nrimlnlfMt!nn- - f!n flernnlmo command of Lieut. Col. Edwin A. Twenty-NinChildren. One of our financiers tells us that will bo sent. Trevlno for the war oflice: Fernan-dlnKokomo, Ind. John Tro)er, 81 Pckln, China. A meeting of tho there Is a scarcity of $10,000 men, but aiaycr oi nusoana ana Her Accom Igleslas Calderon. candidate for plice to Die In Electric tn our varied career we have not seen vice president on tho liberal party foreign ministers decided to send years old. around whose festal board Chair In June. many $10,000 Jobs lying around loose. Yuan gathered dally 32 children, 29 of whom ticket against Pino Suarez, for the a protest to Presldent-Klec- t against the presence of Chi wcrt his own. Is dead. Threo of tho department of tho Interior, and Al- Shlh-ka- l Plymouth, Mass. Whllo declaring fredo Never be In your place of business, limit children were those of his wife of a Itobles Domlnguez. Madero's ncse troops within the seven-miler Innocence and asking that her treasurer during when a person wants to borrow money former marriage. Thirteen of tho chilthe revolution, for of tho Tientsin concession. Looting Is prevalent generally In tho dren were born of his first marriage, of you, because If you are in you will life bo spared for the sake of the department of communications. be out, and if you are out you will be her threo little children, Mrs. Lena Jesus Florcs Magon. recently ap- - province of Shantung and particularly and 1C children were the result of his Cusmumano of Hull was sentenced by poInte(1 to In. the mlnlstry of tho lnterlor( In tho city of Tslnan. It also Is spread second marriage. juufc-., . joscpn r. vtuinn to die tn ineiuin , ing throughout northern China, where, as punishment Is not meted to the mu Chicago lawyer Is responsible for in? Coa,'r d,U,r'nK be?n-The other ministers. Jtlce. "71 June the startling statement that a man ncsto MatJero Md Hernande2t wl con. tlneers, disorder Is increasing nnd the CINCINNATI MARKETS will be on the safe sldo if he obeys band, Frank. September IS, 1910. tlnuo In their posts of finance and fo- - temerity of the robbers Is growing, At tho same time Enrico Masclolll, mBnt In the city of Pekln ttere are about the ten commandments. Another Solo3,000 foreign soldiers and at Tientsin mon! to die during the same week for par- Wheat No. 2 red J1.02&1.0, No. 3 munlcaUons. wlifbo given the govern- - another 2,700, whereas there are 100,- S4H5c. 000 well armed Cblneie troops in red 'JScOJLOl. No. t red The queen of Slam breaks Into i.v.yauui. iu mic bhiuo cnuie. ne auo nmhln nf Rln.ln. Sales: 1 car No. 2 red (track) M.03. print with the story that she has declared he was Innocent Washington. Secretary of War northern China, who might attack IsoCorn No. 1 white 7Hf72c. No. 3 been robbed of her Jewels. We never Stimson, on his return from Chicago, lated foreigners and endanger tbo white 70Jf71c, No, 4 white 60CSHc. knew there was a vaudeville circuit in DEMANDS THAT PERCY QUIT will go into conference wl"- - Prcsl ports. No. 2 yellow "Iff 72c. No. 3 yellow 70 Slam. dent Taft regarding the number of ad 071c, No. i yellow C6if69Hc. No. 2 Mississippi Legislature Adopts Reso dltlonal regiments which tho admin' MITCHELL BALKS AT PLEDGE mixed 707lc. No. 3 mixed 68C70c, One of the men "who broke the No. i mixed 65ftC8',4c white ear 70O Istratlon will send to tho American lution Asking Senator to Resign 73c. yellow ear 71074c, mixed Monto Carlo bank" has been arrested border of Mexico. ear In Favor of Vardaman. Leader Refuses Admit on a charge of fraud. Maybe he spiked The Mexican ambassador called up Labor Has Failed to ObeytoLawful He 70 if 72c. No. 2 whlto C5405Cc, stan-arOats the wheel when the croupier wasn't It was reported Jasckson, Miss. A Joint resolution on the president Decrees. whlto 55f?55V4r, No. 3 white C4 looking. demanding tho resignation of United that his call was to assure the Ameri D5c, No. 4 white G2f53c, No. 2 mixed Leroy Percy was can government that the declaration States Senator Washington. John Mitchell, vice-- D5'4c. No. 3 mlxe'd 54f55c, No. 4 "A New Yorker ,was arrested for adopted by both houses of the of Manuel Calero, Mexican minister of mixed S2f?S4c. throwing money away on tho streets." Mississippi legislature. Tho resolu foreign affairs, to the effect that president of tho American Federation Hay No. 1 timothy J25.50f 25.75. give to Judge Don't be deceived; undoubtedly he was tion recites an alleged promise of Americans would be held aa hostages. of Labor, declined to Wright of tbo district supreme court No. 2 timothy 24?24.25, No. 3 timothy merely trying to entice suckers from Percy'H to resign If he should be de- was without foundation or the ap any assuranco that he expected "here- J22f?22.50. No. 1 clover mixed U'lfi) the provinces. primary proval of the Mexican government feated In the Democratic after to lend adherence to the de 24.25.1 No. 2 clover mixed $22.25022 76. Chihuahua, Mexico. Rebels are In election of last summer. Former Gov. crees of tho Judicial tribunals of No. clover I24(i'25, No. 2 clover 23 ft 23.50. Government investigators are try James K. Vardaman won the nomina control of the entire stato of Chlhua tho land." nun. Col. Pancho Villa and his fed Cattle Generally steady at yester Ing to find out what hash is, but a tion over Percy. To do so, ha declared, would bo an day a prices. oral forces aro still tn the stato, but respectable family newspaper would ,7wC;8l:' admission that he had heretofore choice to extra Shi?Pin7 so to be Ineffectual. not aare to print wnat tho average SCHMITZ FREED Thooutnumbered asSalnzar and Campa failed to comply with lawful decrees. steers, extra G.25jib50, good to column under of It boarder thinks Mr. Mitchell Bald he would rather cholco I5.50ff6.15, common to fair has moved here from Juarez with x4.35fD.25: heifers, extra J5.C0OT6: Judge Instructs Jury to Bring In Ver Orozco's men is In camp at and edge bo convicted of contempt than bo tbo Now York, we are told, h,as a murany other ground than the good to choice J4.75frTi.50, common to on diet of Not Guilty of Bribe of the city, der every thirty-sihours. And yet fair 3.254.25: canners. $4.75fT5: Charge. facts In the case. Torreon. Mexico. The cows, extra, $4.7505; good to cholco certain persons would have us believe Amnrlpnn rltlvnn ni Valtir.tin vara that baseball is tho most popular 4.25fl.C0. common to fair $1.75ff4: San Franclsco.-For- mer Mayor Eu- rclieved on February 29 by a force of pastime In that cjty. TRIES TO KILL ROTHSCHILD canners Jt.50r2.75. rural guards under tbo command of Hulls Scarce and firm. Hologna Judgo Iawler'B court of the charge of Tho Turkish fleet destroy having bribed former Supervisor Wil General Pcreyra. Assassin Shoots at London Financier $4.5006.35, extra $5.40f5.60. rat bulls J5 if 5.50. ed again. Either tbo war correspond' as He Is Entering Motor Car Calves Steady and active. Extra ents aro allllcted with frenzied Imag son, in a case growing out of the San TWO MICHIGAN BANKS CLOSED Wounds Detective. graft prosecutions. IS, fair to good $G.25G7.76. common ination or the Turkish fleet has a fac Francisco In Instructing tbo Jury to bring in a and largo $3.60f 7.50. ulty of unscrambling Itself, London. An attempt to shoot Leoverdict of not guilty. Judge Lawler Private Institutions at Port Austin Hogs Quiet; packers aud butchers and Klnde, Operated by pold Rothschild was made by a man steady; light shippers 10c lower: nlcs said that sufficient evidence to con Franz Lcbar, who composed the vict bad not been offered J. H. Hall, Fall. as Mr. Rothschild was entering steady. Heavy hogs $6.65tfG.70. good hero "Merry Widow" waltz. Is coming to n motor car In front of tbo bank In to cholco packers nnd butchers SC.CSfi1 mis country. Here and there be will C.70, mixed packers $G.65(?6.C5, stngs Mich. Tho Port Austin St Swlthln's lano In the city of LonDetroit, Last Maine Relic Donated. no doubt be able to find an old Inhabiis.ziiui..i, common to Washington The last scrap of ttii bank at Port Austin and the Thumb don. Mr. Rothschild was not hit by fat sows $4.50G. extra cholco heavy tant who remembers the "Merry $6.10. Hunt bank at Konde wero closed. Both tho bullet Tho man apparently bad old battleship Maine which could b Widow" waltz. wero prlvato banks, operated by been lying In wait for him. As soon shippers $C.05G.55; pigs (110 lbs and used as a relic ba.i been given away James II. Hall, a lawyer prominent In as he saw the banker be drew a revol- less) i.lUUH. Sheep Strong. Extra $0.85ffffi.9O. Wo aro told that English society All the pieces which have been al Port Austin and tho Thumb district ver and fired threo times. A detective women have adopted the fad of being lotted to patriotic societies and othe; for tblrty-flvyears, ltecently his standing on the opposite side of tbo good to cholco $3.35 3.75, common have arrtred to fair xi.ZGf3. at tb pnoiograpned whllo asleep, but we organizations navy yard. The fortu wife sued for dlvorco at Had Ax. In lano was struck in the mouth, neck Lambs Steady. Extra $7. cood to fall to see how a woman can fall Washington both banks assignments wero mado and chest, and tbo windows of tho cholco $G.25fi:6.90, common to fair asleep when, she knows she Is going to nato ones can have them by paylni for tho benefit of creditors. Iteasons wero smashed. Tho assail4.25fG. culls $303.75, yearlings $4.25 tho cost of transportation and pack be photographed. were not given out for tbo failures ant was arrested. ing. Experts In caro of infanta In New Pension Spurned. Rkheson Does Not Ask Life. Brandt Suit Evolves Law. Knox on Way to Cortntc. York aro warning mothers not to rock Jersey City. N. J. Refusing to be nn Iloston. Clarence V. T. Hlcheson Albany, N. Y. Tho scnato today San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. Sec or cuddlo their babies. Hut science had a brief conferenco In tho Charles passed the bill empowering a Judgo to "object of the taxpayers' charity" cannot do everything, or It will have rctary of State Knox and party bav street Jail with Governor Foss and reopen a caso after conviction should his 21 years' faithful scrvlco on tho forpoleft hero for Corlnto, his special trait lo mako mothera over from tho origeight members of the exccutlvo coun developments cast n doubt on tbo Jus- nco force, former Lieut. Patrick Mcinal nature plan before It can stop the being preceded by it pilot engine. Th cil, who nlono can provent the former tice of the verdict. This bill was Laughlin filed n petition with the civil government has furnished an armel cuddling of babies. guard far the secretary as loug as lu clergyman's execution for tho murder framed to meet conditions such as servlco commissioner ututlng that ho of Avis LInnel. Hlcheson made no aroso In tho cnto of Foulko E. Urandt Is In perfect physical health and An oflice boy In Wall street has shall continue In this country, Tb plea for commutation. to bu taken off tho pension been inado a partner In tho firm. All secretary will not visit Granada. Alabama Goes for Taft. list nnd put back on tho force. goes to show that there are of which Roosevelt Gets $3 a Day. Birmingham. Ala. President Taft alleges that he was Induced Killed by Fall. a few olllco boys left in tho world who Mlncola, L. I. For tho first time In was Indorsed and national convention to resign by his superiors on Fond du Lac Charles D. Devoln the force, do not dlvldo their time between readhis llfo Colonel Iloosevult nerved as n delegates wero Instructed to vote for wno inreaiencu to mako bin life misering defective Htorles and whistling ono of the leading hotel men of thli Juror at tho county courthouse and Is him by stato convention of tbo Alaable If he did not get out und make state, was killed by a fall from the "Alexauder's Hagtimo Uand," dollars a day. bama Republican organization hers room for a younger man. roof of a flat building here earning thrc n , Hoi-Ued Bl-ol1 I e e King (Jcorgu of Great HrltaJn nnd King Frederick of Denmark hnvo also telegraphed that felicitations to King Haakon. King Hankon has consented lo the use of his nnrao and that of Queen Maud on the maps of tho newly discovered territory in the Antarctic. Tho city Is gaily decorated w ith flags nnd bunting In honor of Cnpt. Amund- rt Events trend upon tho heels of event Jesus, especially durlug his early Galilean ministry, and nono depict these events more graphically than St. Mark, who Is presenting us a picture of him aa a sorvant r Jesus bnd been upon a preaching-touand now returns lo the town or Capernaum. As soon ns It was noised nbout that he was at his homo a crowd quickly gathered nbout tho door. So great was tho crowd that there was no longer any room In tho bouse nor nbout tbo door, that Is tho crowd was so denso that late comers could not look In to seo nnd hear the prophet. That many of these were attracted by his popularity there Is no doubt, but It gave Jesus an opportunity to speak and preach tho word which bo was quick to solzo upon. "Ho preached the Word unto them." Is this not suggestion for teachersT especially of some of the adult classes If your class la a Illblo class stick to your text or else change your nnme. Tho apostles followed his example in this respect; su bavo all tho mlgbty men of God. The result of this teaching and preaching Is manifest In this record nnd should be an encouragement to preachers and Christian workers, vlr.. that It not only nttracta tho crowd, but that It reveals sin also. Sickness Result of Sin. While all sickness may not be tho result of sin, yet remove sin from tho world and an overwhelming propor tion, perhaps nil, suffering would cease. We aro promised that In his newer and better kingdom thrro Is to be no more pain nor sorrow Jems therefore said first of all. "Child, thy Hlns are forgiven." How his Yolco must bavo thrilled with tenderness and pathos as bo uttered these words. Hut tho critics wero thore; they ever have been wherever a good deed Is being jerformed. Note they were sitting idly by (v. G) Showing no such nnxlety as tho fntir that tlm needy might como Into the presenfo In tho llfo of of Jesus, ,, d x fifty-thre- e - has-bee- e "Who can forglvo sin but one, oven God? Tbelr reasoning uas correct and their conclusion was logical; tho trouble was that unbelief and prejudice had so blinded their eyes that they could not and would not recognize tho power of God working through his Son. Yes, they went farther and made the fatal blunder of ascribing to Heclzcbub this work of God (Jno. 10:33). It would seem as though their smug would at least bavo been startled when this young teacher showed them that ho was reading tho thoughts of their hearts. "Why rea son ye theso things in your hcurtsT" IIuma.1 reasoning can dliprovo God, but tho deductions of tho Intellect cannot satisfy tho cry of human hearts after God (Job 23:3, 4). The greatest lesson for us to learn at this point li that tho forgiveness of cln Is greater In tho estimation of God than the relief of humm sufferings. Turning to the ono sick of the palsy ho said, "Arise!" "What! Why such a thing Is r physical impossibility. Surely this young prophet hns gone mad; was not this ImV lot llftU'n n fntv innniAnfa mnn ,hr,,uB ""at holo In yonder celling, so , , . v ku m iiihv i nn, iuui Ua friends to bring him to this plnceT" In seeming reply to such a query Jesus tells tbo man to tako up his led end walk. Jesus Could Make Men See. Small wonder that tho man's new power and this uso of that power r.hould amazo those present so that they should exclaim: "Wo ncversnw It on tbls fashion." I,ot us bownro that cur eyes bo not blind to behold similar miracles In this tbo twentieth century. (Read, "Twice-HorMen"). It Ih very doubtful If tho "nil" of verse 12 includes tho "certain" of verso G. Wo must bo careful that even as believers wo do not crowd away somo needy, palsied one. also of loveless ccnsorlousness. What Ih meant by glorifying God (r. 12)? Tbo answer is HUEgcsled by Uio spiritual seer, St. John. God'a glory la wrapped up In the Son who delighted to do God's will. God'a power Is sown over all flesh In tho Bon, nnd through tho Sou he Is giving llto eternal life. Let m glorify God over tiio fact and hasten to bring 'others to tho feet of Jesus. Let us as did tbo four. Let us demonatra'.a as did tho sick ono by our walk. Thus shall wo stop tho mouth of every critic, tho tonguo of ovcry skeptic, nnd glorify tho Son who came to glvo ua strength, life, peace, salvutlon and evcrinstlnif life. A suggested outline of the lesson would bo: 1 Jesus teaching, v. l, 1. 2 Jct.us forglvlug. v. self-estee- .,, v. k. ,... ... 3-- four-stor- 3 Jesus rebuking, v. y, commanding, uus. March 14, 1912. THE CITIZEN. ANNUAL COAL PRODUCTION. Louisville. Tho distinction of hav lug tho largest porccntaso of Increaso Hickman,- - Floating Ico In coal output during 1910 bcloncn to In tha Virginia, with Kentucky a clone sec- Mississippi greatly Impedes traffic, ond, according to a comprehcnslva amsgov. Hopes aro entertained report on the mineral resources of tho United States, which una Issued thnt a chowlng tobacco manufactory from Washington by tho geological will bo established here. BUrvey, SIX MEN SEEK ONE LONE JOB AN EVEN HALF DOZEN HAVE AP- PLIED FOR JIT. N LOUI3-VILL- FROM OLD KENTUCKY The Criticism of Missions DRINK By Rev. Edward A. Marhall, Director of Missionary Course, Moody Bible Institute. Chicago Thomas Berea Printing School QUESTION IN EUROPE Re Department of Berea College (The Citizen is a specimen of our work.) PRINTS HAND-HILL- LIBRARY. OTHERS MAY YET ENTER RAGE The Situation Made Vacant Throunh the Retlonatlon of William Yust It a Mott Coveted Plum. Louisville. Tho resignation of William F, Yust ns librarian of the Ixiulsvlllo Froo Public library, cffcfr tlvo April 1. has been acccptod by tho trusted nt tho Institution by a unanl moils vote. Mr. Yust was not present at tho mrotlns, but submitted a com municntion stating that ho had ac cepted tlio oRlco of librarian of tho I'ocboatcr, N. Y public library, and arklng tho acceptanco of his reolRna lion of tho r08ltlon here. Mr. Yust ciprrsscd rcRret nt severing his con nectlon with tho local library, and members of thn board of trustios pout tribute to his efficient .work. A commlttc was appointed to prepare a formal Htatcmcnt of tho board's ap preciation of his service, which will lie Incorporated In tho minutes. Six candidates arc nlready In tho field for tho olllcc of librarian. These aro said to bo Van L. Minor, a tench :r of history and physlcH nt tho taulsvllla Male Illfih school; William K. Morrow, recently elected secretary of tho Louisville Commercial club; Prof. W. It. Ilartliolomcw, former principal of the (Kris' High school and himself a member of tho board or trustees of tho Ixmlsvlllo Froo Public library; IMrnrd A. Jonas, a lo cal newspaper man, connected with tho Ia)uIsvIIIo Times; Miss Fannie C, Itnwson of Frankfort nnd (icorgo Tliomaa Settle, bead of tho accession department of tho library. Others May Enter. Other cnndlldateH, according to members of tho board, aro In pros pert Several trustees expressed tho opinion that they will have a largo Held to pick from when It comes time to reject Mr. Yust's successor. After much discussion as to wheth r the library committee or tho execu tlvo committee should bo charge with the duty of recommendlnc n new librarian, a compromise resolu tlon. Introduced by Frank P. Straus, proMine for thn appointment of a special commlttc" for tho purpose was adopted. Miss Sadie C. Doyle, who waa ab sent from duty 12 days last month tinder suspension by the librarian for alleged Insubordination, was allowed her full salary for tho month. This For tho first tlmo In tho history of mo country tho American coal mines wore credited In 1910 with an outnut cxcfcdln;; 500,000 short toiiH, tho combined production of nnthraclte. bi tuminous coal and llgnuo having amounted to C01,G76,8!)5 short Ions. rhls grcnt output was attained In spito of tho fact that most of tho mines lu Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Arkansns nnd Oklahoma wero closed down for nearly six months by ono of tho most otrlkes In thn history of tho Industry. The percentage of Increaso In Vir ginia, tho prlro winner this time, was .1C.9C, and Kentucky's was 3C.7. In quantity, howover, Kentucky's In creaso was mora thtm doublo that of Virginia. bitterly-contested Fiducah. Tho American Tobacco company will erect a largo warehouse in J'aducoh tho romlng spring, Smiths drove. Tho Villdlng occu picu uy mo TiicKor Telephone com pany suffered from fire Loss $1,800, with $700 Insurance. iiiayuoiu. sinco early nst fa a Inrgo pllo of Igrilto has been miming nt tho Clay Switch mines, a fow miles south of tho city. Madlsonville. Tho feet of Kugcno Doylo, nn cmployo of tho U & N., wero crushed when a rail ho was helping to unload fell upon them. Huymond, county assessor, Is tho latest Republican to announce his candidacy for sheriff of Taylor county. Ho promises to mrtko Grafton. Edison, Noted Inventor, turns From Extended Trip and Tells of Liquor Situation. It Is natural to expect thnt mis slonary work will bo criticised when ono considers tho great variety of people Interested and tho many different views promulgated. Thoro are three or four hundred aocletles scores of denominations now working In tho field. They havo over 20,000 U C. belonging to WILL VISIT 70 COUNTIES. Lexington, A demonstration train of six coaches nnd a Hat car carrying a strong race. mission In will leave Lexington March 2C. Tho Itinerary will bo through 70 Keutucky counties, ocr six railroads. Tho scucuuio or stops la now bolng pro- pared. Tho train will bo run under tho nusplccs of tho Kentucky Biperl-men- t btntlon, the Stale Agricultural department and tho several railroads. GIRL MISSING. dairy, agricultural and horticultural exhibits and lecturers. Including Commissioner of Agriculture J. W. Newman nnd Prosldent Henry S IJarker of Kentucky Stnto University, Lexington. J. M. Kelly, president of tho Merchants' Transfer company. has succeeded H. 1. Hutchinson, resigned, as president of tho Lexington Hanking and Trust company. Owensboro. Tho Ilcv. Oeorgo M. Conner, for 11 years assistant rector of SL Paul's Catholic church, will shortly assume tho pastorate of SL William's church In Louisville. Paducah. It. L. Darnctt, secretary and treasurer of tho Fanners' Union, expects to organize branches In Ow- ingavllle, ML Sterling and Ltbertr. k Clarksburg. Miss Anna Watson, AugUBta. Practically nil of tho daughter of llrooks Watson, residing double-tracconstructllou on tho on Jackson street. Is mysteriously & railway In Ohio missing and all efforts to find her :henapcako county has been completed. have proved futlln. She loft her homo lirackcu Saturday and has not been sean slnco Hickman. Judge H. F. Remlcy has by members of her family. Tho cause of her disappearance Is not tendered his resignation to Governor known, although u case of elopement McCreary ns police court judge for tho city of Hickman, his rcslgnt.tlon Is buspectcd. to take effect March 17. Hickman. After 15 years, O. L. Singleton has learned that a tract of S33 acres left him by his father In a Central City. Opal, tho dnughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlloy deathbed will Is located In Uutnpb Humphrey, died recently as tho rlea county, Tcuu. result of burns which sho received. The child had been playing In tho jiayiioiu. miss oiivo uouncu was room, nnd getting too near the grate seriously burned on tho back and tiro her dress blazed up, and sho head when her dress caught fire was quickly enveloped In flames. Her from a grate. Her sister. Miss Grace, father, who Is seriously 111, was In suffered painful burns in extinguish tho adjoining room and, catching tho lug tho flames. child as sho passed him. Sho died In a fow days. incKinan. j. u. west, until recently In tho livery business, has WIFE GRANTED DIVORCE. bought from J. A. Thompson and T. s A. Lcdford their Interest In tho I.aCIcdc hotel and building for rauucnn.--.Mr- s. neuian carter was $9,500. After Mnrch 1, Mr. West will granted n divorce In tho McCrncken circuit court from Dr. H. T. Carter of havo charge of tho hotel. Ollbertsvllle, Marshall county, Sho ML Sterling. Wnde Uros. of Tren wns also awarded $500 alimony and nn attachment on tho defendant's ton, Teun., havo brought suit hero property was sustained. Clnudlno against II. K. Oldham and Hoy Green Carter, tho youngest child, wan given of this county for $1,410 damages, to Mrs. Carter, nnd Lionel Cartor, claiming that tho Greens sold a borso tho olilcst. was awarded to Dr. Carter. to them for tho amount mentioned. which did not come up to recommend Mrs. Carter alleged cmel treatment. ations. two-third- CHILD DIES OF BURNS. servlco and nro spending more than $30,000,000 annually on the work. It would bo unfair to 8iy that criti cism must bo prohibited and that no critical questions would bo answered, Tho critic could Justly reply that alnco bo waa unablo to learn bow bla money was being spent, ho would ceaso to contribute. On tho other hnnd tho critic must bo fair to the so ciety and worker who naturally ex pect him to know wbat bo Is talking about beforo he speaks. Qf courso there aro different kinds of criticism Juat as there aro different kinds of peoplo. Ono sioaks with a view to helpfulness, another criticises because ho doslrcs to 2nd reasons to excuse himself from responsibility whlio a third may tnlk against tho work becauso bo is not content to sanction tho uso of any ecclesiastical harness or work In harmony with his fellows on any task. However tha person who wishes to be necorded a hearing on missionary work (or any other work) should com ply with certain rules, which, If observed will mnko blm an aid to tho building up of that work In some substantial, beneficial way. I. The critic must bo a Christian. A man out of Christ looks at tho subject from tho wrong viewpoint. Ho nrles active action came after a lengthy and liouted debate. The resolution dl reeling tho pnyment of tho full sal ary was taken without passing upon thn question of discipline, without ap proving nny of the actH of Miss Doyle and without establishing any precedent. FARMERS' INSTITUTE SPLITS. Frankfort. Tho State Farmers' In stitute held here, split into two meet ings because Commissioner of Agri culture J. W. Nowman claimed tho right to call the meeting to order nnd would not let T. J. Illggstaff of ML Sterling presldo at tho opening. Mr. dent of tho Institute, left tho custom dent of tho Institute ,left tho custom bousu when this occurred, nnd ho and his followers holt another meet ing ut thn opera house. Tho trouble started as soon ns the Commissioner delegates gathered. Newman made a spirited nddress. In which he nn Id In part, "I am tired of tho ex commissioner of ngrlculturo of tho stnto and tho farmers' Inetltuto trying to run thn Institute. I also want to get politics out of tho Institute." Ho then paid n glowing tribute to tho farmers, saying that they paid thu burden of tho taxes, and that they wero fast becoming tho most Influential men of tho commonwealth. Ho urged u better education among tho farmers and missionary work among tho fanners who do not caro for book learning. comIn tho Hnnkln convention, posed of about 25 delegates who fol lowed Mr, Hnnkln and President Illggstaff from tho hall when Secre tary Newman refused to allow, Mr. nilgstaff to cull tho meeting to order, tho old olllcers wcru BOAT TIDE ON CUMDERLAND. Tho recent heavy rains caused a boat tldo In tho Cumberland river nnd tho long dolayed tratllc on tho river haa been resumed. Thu heavy rlso filled tho lock with gravel nnd sand to such n depth that boats t, cannot pass through nnd, lu tho lower bouts aro unable to gut any higher than lock No. 4. Glasgow, conse-luonct- Institution nt tho Southern Inler- scholastic declamatory contest In Owensboro. It has been learned Nashville, Tonn., this spring. His that W. W. Plerson. who committed subject was "Tho Bxecutlon of Mon suicide In Atlanta, had $40,000 life In trosc." surnnce, $25,000 of which Is payabla to his estato and to his fnther, W. W Plerson, sr., of Union county, whilo HOTEL CHANGES HANDS. tho remaining $15,000 is mado pay ablo to his wife. Cadiz. Tho Cerulean Springs hotel property nt Ceruleun has been sold Harbourvlllo. Tho school board by T. O. Turner, who has operated It plans for tho proposed for several years, to tho Wllhelm Ho has accepted tel co.. composed of Paducah nnd Chi new high school building, nnd Its cago capitalllste. James B. Wllhelm construction will begin within a building will bo a of Paducah, It Is understood, will havo few weeks. Tho three-storbrick, with largo audi- charge of tho hotel tho coming sea' tcrlum nnd nine recitation rooms. It will cost about $17,500, Huntington. As balm for alleged breach of promise. Miss Carrio llur-iilsOwensboro. Tho summary of tho aged 27, a prominent young woman of nnrlfon, Ky., Instituted suit statistical reports for the past month ns follows; Deaths, 20; births, 31; for $5,000 damages against C. F. Cun- is 1G9; fines, ningham, a railroad man of Hunting- marriages, 52; nrrosts, tires, loss $10,700. practi ton. Sho nlleges thnt tho date for her $1,290; six by insurance; bank wedding to Cunningham had been cally covered clearings, $2,090,571. Tho postolllco llxed. but Cunningham changed bla receipts show an increase of $500 mind nnd wedded another. over tho sumo mouth last year. y Owensboro. The Prultt-CashoFurniture company has asked for tho hlkton. Raymond Sadler of this appointment of nn assignee. It claims plaro won tho declamatory contest assets $5,000 in excess of Its Hablll held by tho Clay nnd Everett socie ties, lack of harmony in the man ties of tho Vnnderbllt Training agement Is tho reason assigned fo school, and will represent tho locnl tho present action. CONTEST IN DECLAMATION. Tho first section of It. & O limited freight, running 65 mllos an hour, nt West street crossing hero struck tho wugou of a farmer, W, II. Hobo, seriously Injuring tho man nnd reducing tho wagon to kindling. Tho team escaped with u few bruises. That Mr. Hobo escaped with hla Ufo Is counted a miracle, Keyser. 97'b Owensboro. President J. A. Ulg- gcrstaff of tho Kentucky Stato union of tho American Society of Equity has called n special meeting of that oiganlzatlon to bo held lu Central City Tuesday, March 20, for the purposo of reconsidering tho part ut the proceedings of tho stato meeting that wus held lu Owensboro, Jan. 10, relative to tho dues for tho year 1912. Owensboro. J. H. Harlln of Foun. tnlu Ituu ha3 bought out tho Dryan & Clayton Dry Goods compuuy of this city. This company began business here 80 years ago under tho management of tho Into Judgo Dryan of Glasgow. Ijitcr his sen, J. I.. Dryan, took chnrgo of tie business and later J. B. Clayton, n young business man ol Glasgow, was added to tho firm. son. ' NEW COURTHOUSE. AUDITORIUM FOR CADIZ. Paducah. For tho purposo of act ing with ii similar committee from tho McCrackcn fiscal court to ascertain tho cost of remodeling tho coun ty courthouso and recommending tho Improvements nooded, Circuit Judgo W, M. Heed appointed a special com mittee, ns follows: D. II. Hughes, J, P. Mocnuot nnd W. Ii. llrnlnerd. polnt tho Cadi. Enterprising citizens aro planning to build nn auditorium nnd skating rink. Tho proposed building will bo octagon In shape, with elevated floor and a seating capacity of nbout COO, with a skating rink, sev eral feet wldo, around tho outside, but under tho sumo roof. County Judgo A. W. Uarkloy will np- Glasgow, Tho rosldenco of Lnrkln Hickman. Kd Bvaus bus been an II sea I court comntlttco In a Summers, near lllsovlllo, was de rested, charged with shooting with few days. Tho present courthouso stroyed by lire. Tho loss Is $2,000, out provocation a negro boy who wui was constructed many years ago. worLug beside thu road. with $1,500 Insurance. Alcohol has n profound effect upon tho central nervous system. There aro two theories with regard to Its action, ny sorao It Is considered a samo family. Then again, If n person Is capablo Btimulant, by others It is thought alof offering criticism ho must sco that ways to cause depression. Small ad. is directed at the it Is cautiously and wisely given, be- Unounts of alcohol may brlr-- about who has all the fiti Increased sense of cause: which business in his line in I. It Is unwlso to critlclso what Is most pronounced when tho lights this community. bright and tho company congenGod has especially commanded. The J Mr. Merchant You say person who criticises tho work of mis- ial. Larger quantities Induce you've got it alL You're sellof speech and movements, sions must remember that ho is deal ing them all they'll buy, anying with tho trluno God. Kvery per- whereas still larger quantities result son of tho Godhead Is vitally inter- In complete anesthesia which may bo how. But at the same time ested, nnd Is also a personal partici- ntal to tho Individual. For the first you would like more business. pant In tho work of saving the heath-m- i. tew mlnutc.t after taking alcohol It Q Make this community buy Tlicreforo tho critic stands od has been found that a larger Quantity more. Sf physical work may bo performed. perilous ground beforo his Creator. I Advertise strongly, consistII. Tkcro nro 20,000 missionaries This Is followed, however, by a period ently, judiciously. whe luvo believed enough In missions f depression during which tbs quanSuppose you can buy a lot to be out on the field today. Tho tity of mechanical energy whl:h may of washtubs cheap; advertise Is critic who remains nt homo in n well be expended by tho Individual a big washtub sale in this pafeathered nest must rcallzo that It la greatly reduced. per. Put in an inviting picTho sum total of the effect Is very put his Inexperi no small thing to ture of a washtub where enced Judgment up ngalnst tho actual decidedly to reduce tho amount of mepeople can see it the minute labors of consecrated thousands whoso chanical work which can bo accomthey look at your ad. Talk universal testimony Is that "missions plished during tho day. It Is on this account that alcohol Is no longer givstrong on washtubs. pay." And you'll find every woman in III. Tho transformation of tho en to soldiers on tho march In the heathen, which has taken placo dur hopo of Increasing their endurance. this vicinity who has been ing tho past 100 years, overwhelming- Tho actual result would bo qulto the getting along with a rickety ly answers nil thoso who would say contrary. washtub for years and years Experiments regarding tho nctlon of that tho work Is not worth whlio. Any will buy a new one from you. brain after taking alcohol as comone who has watched tho evolution of tho J That's creative business tribes and nations by tho process of pared with its action beforo taking alpower. dlvlno regeneration; who has seen cohol hnvo been made by Kruepelln. annihilating customs becomo only Typcsottcra were used as subjects. It OURj AD. RATES ARE RIOHT Items for tho historian, and tho num- waa found that those who bad parCALL ON US ber of printed languages leap from taken of alcohol mado a greater numtlfty to moro than live hundred, ber of errors and worked less rapidly KJopjrtjtl, uu, bf W.N. U.) through missionary toil, has surely than thoso who wero abstemious. felt his thoughtless criticisms grow Kruepelln has round thnt this effect hours aftlasts as long as twenty-fou- r cold on his Hps. Tbcso things make a wlso man care er alcohol has been taken. Curiously enough, 'writes Professor ful In his Judgment for ho realizes TRADE MORAL Tho quality ! that his lnfluenco may mean tho weal Graham Lusk, In tbo popular Sclcnco what you havo to sell is known or woo of some of hla fellowmen, both Monthly, thoso who had takon alcohol at homo and abroad. The man who thought they wero doing their work to some people all of the tlmo Is not both wlso and caroiul in his to better advantage than thoso who speech cannot of courso expect men bad not. end all of the peoplo somo ot who aro In tho thick of the fight to Obey Regulative Laws. Icavo their posts and como back to the time, but advertise reguIf tho liquor men favor regulation where he reclines comfortably In th4 as they claim why do they not obej larly with us and you'll reach barracks la order to answer bis ldJa, regulative laws? word. all of the peoplo all of the g wcll-belr- It unnecessary to to tho heathen If ho lias refused It himself. Neither can ho bo expected to support a teaching ho does not himself bellevo. II. Tho critic must bo a eoul winner. That Is, ho must havo somo realization of the value of a lost soul and must havo tried to bring ' souls to Christ. III. The critic must bo an honest student of missionary work. Tho great task of missions cannot bo learned by Intuition. It Involves matters touching the personal life and liberties of thousands and tho purEcs of millions. It deals with tho deepest principles of organization and requires a broad knowledge of tho working valuo of policies and meth ods. Therefore tho person who would dlctato standards for tho adoption of mlcslonarlcs must know whereof he speaks. IV. Tho critic should havo visited the mission fields or talked freely with missionaries. Theory la ono thing and practice la quite another, especially when tho theory Is created la Amer ica, but has to bo applied In Africa. Parents find that tho courso of train ing applied to one child Is sometimes worthless when applied to another, even though tho children be In tho naturally thinks fiend tho gospel Tho Now York Times recently nn extended Interview with Mr Thomas A. Edison upon his observations In Kuropc, where ho hnd been travollng. Among other things Mr. Bdlson discussed tho drink question In Franco nnd Germany, where a certain class of "re formers" tell ua tbcro la no drink evil, becauso the people all drink beer nnd wine. Mr. Edison took a wholly other view of tho matter. He said: Germany oata far too much, but Bho drinks with a more reckless ab surdity than sho cats. Her trcmcn doud consumption of beer, wlno and nigh alcoholic ciders Is aonalllnc hurts her people mentally and phys Ically and hurts the nation econom Ically. 'Both France and Germany drink tco much alcohol. French wlno la said to be less harmful somo even call It good than tho beverages of other countries, because of Its low content of alcohol. Hut I noted that tho ordinary Frenchman takes nearly a quart, or, very likely, a full quart, of this beverago before ho stops. Tho alcohol Is more diluted by tho liquid wuicn contains it, but at the soma time his quart of low alcoholic wln gives him as much straight alcohol as threo or four drinks of our whisky give on American toper. i no same tnmg, in a greater or less degree. Is true of German beer, Tho German drinkers get n good deal or alcohol In tho course of Its con sumption, nlthough It contains but four per cenL Tho effect upon the nation Is a slow deterioration, as ngalnst tho quick results which the Irishman, for Instance, gets with his hard drinking of potheen. Hut I dont know but the one la practically as bad as the other; both y bad; nnd I may say this nl mougn i saw no drunkenness upon tne continent. They aprcad their nl cohol over a long time nnd absorb It In a highly tlluted form, but, whlio It does not madden them Into sudden frenzies, it has Its sad effects of quite as great Importance. Tha con tlnent, as a whole. Is not Intoxicated, but stupefied by alcohol, and I cannot see that the effect of this unon tho human system, brain and body. Is likely to be nny better than that of quick drinking nnd more apparent pnb-llshcnra-ver- LETTER- SERREPORTS, MONS AND HOOKS IN TUB DEST MANNER, AND AT LOWEST PRICES. HEADS, CAIID3, uAed to help students, and to insure your getting your money's worth, 1 Your patronago CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND ORDERS HY MAIL. YOU WILL OBT SATISFACTION. TERMS CASH. ADDRESS Berea Printing School BEREA, KY. Houses to Rent To those who have children to edu cate and wish to reside in Berea for longer or snorter time to enjoy Its educational advantages, the Colleae has a number of houses, laroe and Adrirea small, come of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable terms. THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. . THE Berea Hospital Nurse Training School of Berea College HAS BEST OPERATING ROOM AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREATMENT OREATLY INCREASES PROSPECTS OF RECOVERY. ado-Qim- to n lot of alcohol, and fect of wlno or beer meals Is worse than ly prepared meals cohol." drunkenness. Another thing which I noted with a real distress. In America we do not, to any great extent, hnvo liquor at our tables, and, In consequence, our young nro not taught alcoholism at the family board. In Europe drink ing with tho meals Is universal among young and old, and this may, to a largo extent. If not entirely, offset America's bad .cooking. Person-nllI would rather have bad cooking nnd no liquor than good cooking nnd y Rates One Dollar a day and up. Bond for prompt payment required. For further particulars address I believe tho ef- with tho effect of badwithout the alwell-cooke- THE BEREA HOSPITAL ' BEREA, KY. EFFECT OF ALCOHOL IS BAD Depression Follows After Partaking Which Greatly Reduces Meehanl-ca- t Energy Retards Endurance. THIS 9 , tim, Pago Four. THE CITIZEN. was a (armor and real estate dcalor, having boon educated In tho common schools and Kentucky University at Islington. Ho also had Bovcral ysars oxpcrlonn as a traveling sales, man. Ho was elected to tho 62nd Bon-net- March 14, 191a. W. Reduso and B. Nuform Corsets x-m- n ii 1 1 hi 1 World-know- are made of Fabrics n for their DURABILITY ruM and STRENGTH COYLE'S DRY GOODS STORE You pay less or get more oaooaoaooaoaooooaooaooaos)oaos)osioaooaooaoo 2 o LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA, AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A o a oBoBoaoBoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoao oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoS DR. BEST, DENTIST CI TV Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clorkston moved, Monday, Into tho property which they havo recently purchased on Cen- ter Street. Mr. S. P. Clark has sold his farm Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. to Ellhu Blckncll who is moving back to Kentucky from Michigan. Mr. Clark will move into town as soon BRECK DAN as ho finds a sultablo location. Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock Last Wednesday another car load INSURANCE came to Welch's. This of buggies makes two cars this year and another Will sign your bond. Richmond, Ky, ono yet to come. You can't miss It Phone 505 If you wanted to when you go to . L. Welch's. N. TIMS TABLE. North Bound Local Mr. Taylor Muncy has moved with 10:65 p. m. his family to Spring Creek, 7:00 a. m. KnoivlUe Clay 3:62 a. m. County, whero ho Is planning to farm BEREA. 1:01 p. m. 7:45 a. m. this season. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local Tho Misses Lola and Pearl Scrlv-ne- r 6:30 a. m. 8:15 p. m. Cincinnati wero visited by thelrfathor, BEREA 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. in. Monday. (:55 p. m. 6:5 a. m. Kaoxvlll Mr. Wright Kelley of Chestnut St. Express Trains has been sick for somo days but is Hall. her at Stop to take on and let off passen- now improving. Miss Douglas has been quite 111 gers from beyond Dayton, O., or from Mr. J. W. VanWlnklo of Mt Vernfor a few days, but Is able to bo in Atlanta and beyond. on was in Berea from Thursday un- tho school room again. South Bound til Tuesday. 1:00 a. m. Cincinnati The son of Mr. Crawford of ChestBEREA 11:44 a. m. nut Street who has been ill for some North Bound time Is lmrovlng. i BEREA 4:46 p. m. A cheap buggy painted may be sold Cincinnati 8:37 p. m. for a good ono so it pays to go whero only good ones aro sold Welch's of EGGS from Single Comb Brown course. Mrs. C. B. Holder who has been Leghorns, 0 cents per 15. SIMON visiting her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. J. MUNCY, Berea, Ky. Mr. Joe Evans left, Sunday, for, M. Early, returned to her home in London, accompanied by Mr. W. II. 'Mansfield, 111., where ho goes for emHolder and Miss Estella Blckncll, a ployment. Mr. Will Holder of Alabama arriv- few days ago. Miss Halite Embree gave an ex ed, Saturday, for a visit of a few days at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. James ceedingly interesting talk on her Early. Mr. Holder will soon set sail work in South America at the for Africa whero he will enter the Christian Church, Sunday morning. Ono specially interesting feature was missionary field. In . Mr. John Collins of Red Lick was tho singing of the Glory song in town from Saturday until Monday. Spanish. We tell you what our buggies aro The cabinet officers and various committees of the Ypung Women's and then we stand behind them. Christian Association enjoyed a social That's what we call a guarantee at hour togother from 6:30 to 7:30 last Welch's. Mr. J. J. Azblll, a Berea travelSaturday evening In the guest room ing salesman, well known over Eastof Ladles Hall. Miss Mablo Lewis entertained a ern and Central Kentucky, has re number of her young friends at her cently, been employed by the C. F. home Saturday- evening In honor of Blanks Tea and Coffee Co. of St. Louis, one of tho largest and most her thirteenth birthday. Rev. Howard Hudson was In Cin- complete coffee plants In tho U. S. WANTED: All your turkeys and cinnati for a part of last week on chickens at a good price. J. S. Qott, business. FOR SALE: Threo car loads of Depot Street. Mr. J. M. Early Is spending this buggies at Welch's. Exclusive agency Parry week with home folks. for Houghton Banner, and Be suro to read the ad. on page 4, buggies. M. Sherman Isaacs, formerly from entitled "An Invitation." CHICKS HATCHED TO ORDER Dr. L. A. Davis returned, Saturday, Brazil, Jackson County, now of Valley VIow, was married to Miss Lena from a visit thru the South. from several of tho leading breeds. Phi Dslta Literary Society was hon- Write for particulars and prices. M. Jenkins, who lived near Valley view, March 7th. Mr. nd Mrs. Isaacs Im- ored at Its last meeting by tho pros-enc- o L. Spink, Borca, Ky. cf Mr. Edwin S, Feo, who was mediately after tho ccromony camo to Berea whero they spent several a member cf tho society 30 years LUNCHEON PARTY days with 'Mr. Isaac's sister, Mrs. J. ago. Mr. Ernest Bender was with homo K. Bakor. A pleasant luncheon party enjoyed Prof. Calfco gavo a very interest- folks tho latter part of last week. tho hospitality of tho Taylor homo ing lecturo In tho Lower Chapel Mr. William Docley roturnod from on Saturday last. Thoso present wcro Cincinnati, Friday, whero ho had been Mcsdames. Hyland, Ellis, Hanson, last Monday. Mrs. Walter Englo is seriously HI spending a week with tho Hardware Frost, Todd, Putnam, Sutton, Cowley, at her home on Chestnut St. Firm which ho represents. Fay and Miss Richards. l'HONK 183 H. will long bo remembered by the Y, M. O. A. boys. Ho showod Maaaelf a second Ott In his timely suggestions on tho roqulMte, of a good homniaker. Sho must bo a good cook, prompt, saving and havo tho interest of tho husband at hoart. Ho showed that in choosing a life partner a man la helping to dctcrmlno what the next generation will bo. Ho laid down somo excellent principles of conduct. Novor got Into too big a hurry to think over the things In this world that aro really importTho President of Union College, tho DR, PEARSONS' LIFE ant. Wo should always bo kind to Hon. James D. Black, having been ap Conlinimlfram I'lril pointed Assistant Attorney Goncral tho aged and noedy. The vory fact of tho state, and his duties requiring that ono stands for a causo holpo It him to be nt Frankfort most of tho cago, tho rest of tho book tells tho to grow. time, has offered hla resignation to story of his benevolences. Ho began Rov. A. II. Cameron of Detroit, with Y. M. C. A's and missions and Mich., will glvo nn informal talk and tho Board of Education of tho Kentucky Annual Conference, which has hospitals. Then ho gavo largo gifts conduct n discussion nt tho meeting T to theological somlnarles. It then next Sunday evening. lcontrol of tho College, and dont Percy L. Ports has been elected enmo over htm that almost tho best to fill tho vnenncy. Prof. Ports will way to help tho poor youth of tho ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE assume tho duties of tho presidency land was to assist the smaller colleges Any ono having a claim or claims . 'aftor tho close of tho present scho- - whero a great many boys wcro work' ing their way thru, Tho book gives a against tho estato of S. E. Welch, de-l- V lnstlc year. Prof. Ports Is a graduato of Ohio bewildering list of such Institutions ceased, is beroby notified to prosonP Dr. the same, properly vcrltlod, to John Wesjoyan university and has been con. helped. Uvoryono knows what Tho Y. M. C. A. meeting, Sunday ncctud with Union Collego slnco 190.", Pearsons did for Bclolt and Borca. W. Welch, administrator, on or be evening, was purely a missionary both as a Professor of Scicnco and Ho followed this up with hundreds nf fore April 2nd, 1912, or same will meeting. Tho following subjects wero for, tho lost two years, as thousands of dollars distributed thru be barred. enthusiastically discussed: John W. Welch, Admr. out tho land, "diving Is my only ocHo has been very popular The Industrial World by Dorrel tho students and friends of the cupation," ho onco Bald, "I am workANNOUNCEMENT Flint. school, and his administration Is, look- ing hard at it. I kept getting rich unTho Doctor, by Glenn Porter. , ed forward to with a great' deal of til I was seventy, and then I startWo aro authorized to announce tho The Teacher and I'renchcr, by Car- - hopo, ed to glvo away tho fortune that had ter Roblnscn. leen placed In my hands. There is candidacy of Mr. C. C. Wallace of from moro responsibility In giving away Richmond, Ky., as a delegate Mr. and Mrs. J. Cameron of DeSPEAKER ENCORED money than In making It. I am this, tho 8th District, to tho Natitroit, Mich., aro visiting Miss Jean responsible for tho Just distribution onal Republican Convention to be Cameron at Boono Tavern. Rev. J. Pcrclval Hugct, pastor of of tho great wealth to tho Providence held In Chicago, June ISth. Pres. Frost addressed tho advanced an Important Congregational Church Mr. Wallace Is an Attorney of prom-Incnwhich It enmo to mo." Tho students in Upper Chapel last Mon- - In Detroit, Mich., widely known as a under In Richmond and the presStory has somo clement of tho dm- - j day. His subject was, "Why wo should Ucturer on religious and educational Co. In It. At last ho gavo away his ent Chairman of tho Madison matlc study Greek." topics, and formurly a member of tho very houso In lllnsdnlo to tho town i Republican Committee. Ho has boon faculty of tho Normal School at Co i,n Rov. neoren finn,!. a "hrnry, keeping Just enough to prominent In Republican politics for 7 worker In Berea and Jackson County dar talis. Iowa spent a few hours In j bw)k ,g 'a number of years, and hi. service, cn(, boan, t(j Berea last Jrlday and gave one of havo boon such a. not before, tho war, Is still living at Toleremarkable nnd K 1 do, Ohio, and taking an actlvo inaddresses by Dr. Pearsons, tho last "', lu u,u listened to. When ho finished the ap- ntlon of tho Republican, of Madison terest in contemporary ovents. nlncty. on plauso was so long continued that it ; , tho announcing tho closo K'""" u'innn, imtinM ...i. - ....... i (amounted to nn actual encore, such of w"" nPI,reclaln giving, throws great light I 'Mr' j all his to the Richmond Jail three weeks frcquentIy ven to ft Blngor( M nnu w.o 01p on his interesting pcrsonallty. Chrls - ! 'or"'lr .Mr. Roosevelt, Is committed to the u? ll tlo sonJ"ry1havlng oun? .and at President Frost's suggestion tlan Work. met hc ko nga,n for a fow wnulC8 nnomlnatlon of Pres. Tuft, fooling nt tho hands of his father, was In- - (nnil nmlnil with thn rt'Htnl nf Vnn 'that tho Taft Administration has Y. M. C, A. NOTES mcieu tor murucr oy mo ziauison i Dyke's great poem on Coming Homo been so great as to dcacne not only County Grand Jury a few days ago. to America from a Foreign land. Bo-tho endorsement of tho party, but r r ivi. ocm. ... Williams is now in Jail awaiting trial. rea Is fortunato in its distinguished I mwn uccwreu. .no another four Tears' leaso of life. Miss M. O. Richards of Hartford. members of tho association met In j a friend of tho College, is spending ANNOUNCEMENT Upper Chapel to consider tho names a few days at Boone Tavern and tak OPEN HOUSE AT THE TAYLORS' previously presented by tho nomlna-- , ing To Democrats meals Ladles over tho unlvcrso, gathers up hundreds of facts from art, science, history, etc., and with all tho charm of romance relates them to its youthful readors. Tho Illustrations In these books aro qulto unlquo. Congress Tho "Rover Boys'" series is among In 1910, receiving 19,339 t, tlio votes, whllo hts opponent J. 1). tho now books for boys, and tho then Ilopubllcan encumbent, "Botty Wales" scries which Is a college story for girls. received 18,760. A fuller list of tho now books will bo published later. HEW PRESIDENT I'f Vlco-Prcs- co I fr ,0'a' Tt - """T' grrau., ' ',,,. w n BUGGIES A complete line of It was "open houso" at tho Taylors' ting committee. After slight discusBioii. uio snowing men wero last Monday night, Mr. Taylor t, tortatnlng the 40 members of n8 j for tho ensuing year: II. H. Llcht- warJt. l'rcldcnt: Jesse Balrd. Vice- Paul Fagan. Recording .President; Secretary; Gordon lmrle, Treasurer. Those men will assume tho manage- meut at tho annual business meeting jou April 11th. At this time tho out- going officers will present written I , . nounfv. Kenti.rkv- , horoby announco my candidacy for tho ofrco of Judw of Ccurt Md , , app( i0n ..-- t- ,, and Cltiiea. .f BANNER, PARRY and HOUGHTON BUGGIES now at Welch's. We tell you what they are and stand behind them. WELCH'S Blblo class. Interesting features of tho evening wcro songs by Mr. and Mrs. Dager in Bolo and an Indian song by Mr. Tedford with guitar accompani- anJ undcr obMOB. for your iupporU ,f Bomlnal. Ld anJ c,cclcd , l)Icdj.8 njleM to tno enforcement of tho laws against offenilcr, nllko. t0 .j,,,, no . to aj,,- - for or toward an rt'Prta' everything I can for tho advancesaeat Tho board of directors met on Fob. lGf roodl wlluout IBTOr,ng 16th and elected Carter II. Robinson particular section of the County; to Associate Secretary for tho balanco treat everyeno having buslncw In say of tho year. Prof. F. O. Clark and Mr. offIco courteously and kindly; to to weicomo you In tho office at all D. Walter Morton wore elected the board, which now consists of tho times, and to sco that the tax payers K. following C. Scale, ' g(.t fun Tttuo for CTcry cnnt of moB, mcmbors: Chairman; James Watt Ralno, T. A. ty oxpcndod by the County. Hoping Edwards, W. G. Best, F. O. Clark. to bav0 a faTcrabie consldcraUon at D. W. Morton, H. H. LIchtwardt, J0Ur jjandf( j yourf Tery I Jesso Balrd and Gordon linrlo. q Rice. Owing to tho growth of tho asso- - i elation and to tho Increasing number j 2 carls Tomatocs nnd , Corn 25c of business affairs, offIco hours, 10 , -CanS porn 25c to 12 dally, will be kept In Gato Cot- 3 cans Peas 25c tage. Tho General Secretary or the Assoclato Secretary will bo glad to '3 cans Pie Peaches . 25c talk with any ono on Y.M.C.A.mat- - Heavy Syrup Table Peaches. 20c tes at theso hours. Tho office has 2 cans Waldorf Corn JSr been renovated and bids fair tobe "S Waldo" 25c of much moro uso In the Association Waldorf Tomatocs 15c Work. Tho yearly Stato Conference will Navy Beans... 5c per pound bo hold this year at Georgetown Unt- - Choice Dried Peaches, verslty, March 30, 31, and April 1st. AT About 18 Berea men will attend and tho Association quartctto will furnish ur . P3 12c tho music. Tho meeting, Sunday, tho 3d, led by Prof. Rumold on tho subject, "Bill," TATUM'JL Delivers Any Time ment. Tho roal object of tho mooting was to give tho boys an opportunity to meet in a closer way Mr. Dagor whoso work on tho western coast of Africa has meant so much to tho causo of missions. It was an ovonlng of general "good cheer." LIBRARY NOTES INVITATION to attend the first exhibition of 1912 spring fashions in rcady-to-weagarments for men, women and children at"ftfe Quality Store." Our sprine stock is complete and ready for inspection. You may not be ready to buy yet, but we want you to come and see the new styles we are showing in suits, hats, caps, neckwear and low shoes for men and boys, all' kinds of ready made garments for ladies, consisting of dress-skirts- , wash-skirtthe NEW MANNISH SHIRTWAISTS and slippers and pumps in all leathers and colors. Be sure and ask to see our WHITE CANVAS and BUCKSKIN SHOES and pumps for ladies and children. W Easter will soon be here and you will want new "togs" by then. We shall be glad to have you visit our store at any time. lOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED g rI J KEEP SWEET I The best way on earth to do so is to buy candy, pencils, tablets, composition books, neckwear, hosiery, post cards, jewelry, chinaware, and get all your needs supplied at : ': : : Prof. Harsh went to Lexington last Friday In tho Interest of Intercollo- glato Athletics. Quite a lltlo Interest Is being aroused concerning basket ball among tho Collego and Academy girls. A vory enthusiastic gamo was played, Sat urday, botweon the two teams. Tho scoro stood 4 to 2 in favor of the Academy gins. Mr. Robert Hatch, a former student of the College, visited his brother, who 1b now In school hero, last THE RACKET STORE And don't forget the music and the place. Everybody knows where to find "THE RACKET STORE." week. Mr. Edwin Fco and Miss Hal Ho Foo Embroo, who have been visiting frlonds hero for the past week left, Monday morning, for Clarksburg, ::::::: Indiana. Embree gave an Interesting talk to the Y. W. C. A. girls, Sunday evening. Miss After luncheon Mr. Taylor enter-talnSome of our students may not know tho party with music and Mrs. Putnam further enriched tho hour by of tho lowor library. It Is In tho basement In tho front room on tho west a reading. side and Is reached thro tho west corridor door. It Is open every school DISTINGUISHED VISITOR day from 3 to 4:30 p. m. Hon. W. J. Flolds, United States n Tho lower library is not for Representative from the 8th Disonly as some studenta havo untrict of Kentucky, was In Berea at dersold; It contains books which will tho end of last week studying the inako delightful companions for young school with tho expectation of enter- people all thro tho grades and oven In ing his son. Representative Fields la moro advanced classes. from Olive Hill, Carter County, and Many very attractive new books thero aro several students hero from havo been added to this library reCarter who havo advortlsed Borca so cently. Among them ono may find well that Mr. Fields decided to come "The Children's Hour" which set of and Investigate for himself. He found books contains a fine collection of tho school all that It had been repre- stories, ratios, and legonds gleaned sented to bo and bis son, Forrest, from tho world's best literature. An- was Immediately enrolled. othor sot of 20 volumes Is the "Book Mr. Flolds, before entering politics, of Knowledge." This book rangea od chll-dro- s, HA YE BEREA S '"&c Quality Store" GO TT KENTUCKY. March 14, 191a. THE CITIZEN. izer and not tho land." Many ot our brightest young mon spend from three to flvo years In learning a profession, whllo their brothers, who havo had less opportunity than thoy, remain on tho farm and follow their occupation according to tradition and habit. Farming Is a business that requires as much study as nearly any other profession, and, when wo learn to put as much tlmo and energy Into studying tho science of agriculture, farming will bocomo as profitable as law, and far moro Indcpon. donU To solvo tho problem as a Btato wldo lssuo, wo must cducato tho masses; and, to educate the masses, wo must go to tho common school. It has been tho groat hopo that the agrlculural colleges would teach tho pooplo Scientific or Intensive Farming, and so they havo; but tho demand for teachers has been so great that tho graduates havo all become tcachors and tho man ou tho soli has not yet been reached. Tho great masses ot pooplo till, plow and sow as did their fathers. All honor to tho fathcrsl Tho ring ot tho saw and tho 'sound of tho axe was music to their cars, but It means Uio death knell of tho coming generation. Ot course tho coll must bo cleared, but, when it .Is onco mado barron, tho owner i Page Five. Mr. Housekeeper: Why not let the Telephone do some of the work at home and sav wife from fret and worry? your Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? You How many unnecessary steps it saves the housewife can only be realized by those who have the Telephone handy and would not do without it. It is ever ready for use when needed worst and does not cost you anything for repairs or maintenance. Your neighbor's wife has the advantage of a Telephone, why not yours? buy the same for less money goods at Engle's S or Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, Flour, Meal, Sugar, Coffee Always The Best BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY incorporated' ... Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? Phone 60 INTENSIVE FARMING . . . Old Things Have Passed Away A New Day" is Upon Us Not More Land but Better Farming Methods, is the Call of the Future. It was only two or three hundred nearly worn out, and hiany of their years ago that your forefathers and children In turn sold theso farms shoulders tho burden ot caring for inlno left their homes across tho wa to new comers at a great profit and it. Tho forest cover of tho woods Kansas, to flud a land flowing with milk and moved on west to Wisconsin, protect it forever; tho woods j would honey. Somo caiuu to America for Nebraska, Iowa, the Dakotas and anu snruus or tno Darren iicius, nov-o- r. these religious freedom, others for advou-tur- other western States. Today and some to make their for westerners are looking for now land; Flvo years from today, agriculture tunes. Tho first great Interest com- - I they aro going west only to meet will bo taught in ovcry rural school Rockies mon to all classos was that of agrl- - their friends across tho In Kentucky. Not only ono, but severculture. They realized that tho most coming oast; and for what aro they al Farmers' Institutes will bo held Important oct In tho progress of any coming east? Now land. WhyT In ovory county in tho State. Wo was to provldo homos for ! cause much of their old land is wcar-thos- o will also havo three or four experi who doslml to sit under their lug out. Iowa Is tho only Stato In ment i arm s in tno Qureront parts tho Union that has docruascd in po- great task? own vino and fig tree. "Land withof tho State. Our Kentucky pooplo years. Somo out population Is a wilderness and pulation In tho last ten Tho koystono to scientific agricul- are llko those from Missouri, "they population without land Is a mob," of those peoplo aro moving south, in- ture Is "lntenslvo Farming." Inmust bo shown." And thoro is no betsays James Hill. Each selected his to Toxas, others are going north In- tensive Farming means a better cul- tor way to convinco tho poor farmer returning to tivation of tho soil; It means more of his error than by sotting him tho farm and then built his home. To to Canada and somo aro they built schools and ' their aucustral homes In tho cast, I time, money and thought on a small-- j example. You say this will all cost gether, churches. For a tlino tho great ob- - Why nro theso friends returning? Be- - er acreage with greater results. ln money; but money makes monoy iect in life was to subdue tho wilder- - cause they can flud no moro now tenslvo Farming means tho Bamo and every cont expended In Improving new; making a llvlug was only a land to settle. For U10 past twenty efOV 0Q lcca laD(J of a grcalor crou ou tho agriculture In our communities wo uaro uweu uV side Issuo. As fast as treaties couiu years no moto will return ten fold. Tho Stato of lUo MfaQ land; ,t mt.an made with the Indians or else tho land at tho rato of 23,000 acres a day. al)andonod Ilclds no moro washing of Virginia Is planning to spend nQ faUurca , Indians conquered, theso first set- - , Hut thoro Is no moro land to bo had. , th(j a year to take tho gospel im tho crop8. llors uxpandod their domain with but i Iloosevelfs announcement "that there u mcaaa crQp rotatloni M wcll M provement of Agriculture to the form- one great purposo In mind, that of will bo no moro government land for lh(j pttnUnB of Irult( BraM and jcr. Our southern neighbor, Georgia, securing moro land. They found that settlement" marks a now era In our furcsU Btocp .spent moro than a million dollars on luo laud that Is o musi ieuru 10 uu lcU.anIng draining four or five crops In succession national mo. and liming of the this mission last year. Wisconsin earned tho soil, and In their o-- the soil that wo now occupy, lan that Is low and level. It means spent $200,000 on Improving her oats, pinion tho solution to tho problem mako a living. Up to tho present tlmo mora fruit, moro stock, mere money anu in ono year sno increased tho was to clear now land. As tho faml- - the great profit of tho farmer has for cultivation and tho clearing, vnluo of that crop S3.000.000. Iowa lies Increabod. now homes were or- - , been from owning tho land during the and moro pleasure; It means an In- spent a few thousand dollars sendganltcd as wcll as tho old ones ex- Deriod of tho rise of price. Tho crease in tho earning capacity of ing her corn train throughout tho panded. Tho ocan being on tho farmer who has really made money every young man so that tho city State, which resulted In Increasing east caused them to turn their faces farming Is as scarce as tho man who will not attract him. It means tho jher yield about a million bushels la westward to flud new land; and from Is not looking for moro money. Tho making of poor land good, and rich a single year. Michigan Is spending problem of tno American farmer is land hotter; It means CO bushels of ! nearly a million In teaching that day to this tho watch-cr- y her young "How snail i tin tne sou so imu i corn to tho Hero, whoro we now ralao Ifurmors how to raise better west "Co been has stock, my 25; SO man and grow up with tho country." can mako a good living, cducato bu. of wheat whero wo havo jmoro grass and fruit New York has There Is not a ienion present whoso children and keep some of them at 15; 100 bu. potatoes where we now ecn mo leaacr in extending tne Tho havo 50, and largo crops of clover knowlodgo caroor has not been largely Influenced homo to help on tho farm?" ot scientific agriculture to by this "go west" spirit. In fact, wo only thing that will keep the young and grass on tho land that Is now her rural pooplo; and today, she aro the product of tho very spirit it- men on tho farm, Is to Incrcaso tholr tho homo of tho briar and tho sassa- leads tho nation In social, financial self. We of Kentucky aro nearly nil educational facilities, pleasures and fras. It means thoroughbred cattlo and polltlclal affairs. Our tedoral earning capacity equal to that of tho whero wo now havo scrubs, and more government Is spending somo doacendouta from eastern peoplo. our mechanic In tho city. Almost every cattlo on ovcry farm. It means that As w rad of the experiences of a year In studying tho diffidisadvantages wo can pay our grocery bills with ancestors, wo cannot but think of opiortuulty, and few culties of the farmer and In applying on tho farm. butter and eggs, and that means no tho remedies. Our State Is spendthem with rovcrenco on account of tho of tho city aro to bo had great hardships that they endured in One hundred years ago 96 per cent storo accounts, which In turn brings ing many thousands In experimenting driving out tho Indians and clearing of our population lived In tho country, happiness In tho homo. lntenslvo and In conducting Farmers' Institutes nt In tho city. Today C5 per Farming moans better roads, better such as this, with but ono purposo; l)Cr tho land that wo might inherit tins lll Hvo In tho country and 35 per schools, better churches, books, pa- - to teach tho farmers lntenslvo Agrigroat area of magnificent soil, century ago 50 pers, music and farmers' clubs In tho culture. Throo minutes time and a our descendants look upon us with cu,t jn u10 ctty. p Dour peoplo owned their country. Proper organization of tho two will secure Informa.such rovcrenco for tho herllngo that K.r wo pass unto them? Not so, It wo homos, and today wo find that in farmers means better prices and no tion from our Stato or National Agriaro to leave them great arena of . u,u Cu- - only 2S per cent own them, profit for tho middle man. lntenslvo cultural Departments on almost any washed and worn out fields. It wo jn yl0 country 63 per cont. Wo aro Fanning means small farms wcll cul- problem that Interests tho farmer. becoming a pooplo of land own-lan- d tivated, Instoad of largo farms poorly Wo grumblo becauso wo cannot learn are to do our duty, wo must pass tho on In hotter condition than wo i cr8 nnj tenants, but tho farmer is managed; It moans a distribution of more, but the Information that Is to havo received It. Last summor 1 ask- far ahead of tho city man In financial work throughout tho year, moro farm be had by any farmer from theso Tho government bulletins, together with ed an EngllBh farmer who was plow- freedom. In Germany 87 per cent of machinery and loss drudgery. ing a field how long that land had tho farm land Is owuod and tilled by great agricultural, Industrial and com- a few good farm papers Is enough to o tho farmer himself. In England only mercial expansion of our tlmo has mako any reading man successful on been cultivated, llo replied, "I It has produced a good crop every 10 per cont Is cultivated by tho own- forced every class of American busi- tho farm. year for at least 700 years." What tho er. Iturnl Germany Is prosperous, ness men to oconcmlzo In labor, and P. O. Clark. Englishman can dc. tho Kcntucklan rurul Is loslne cround. Our tho American farmer must Join tho learn how to uso mod us to learn ' il0iiulntion has Increased 1300 per cent procession, can do. and it remains for REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION ' tho socrut of constant Ullage with- - jn u,0 last ioo years and, from pros- - ern machinery and thus keep down decreasing tho value of tho soil. cnt indications, It has been estimated tho coBt of production. Tho uso of out In accordanco with tho call ot tho Hut someono replies: "Wo can mako that In l'J30 our population will bo machinery domands that skill shall Ono Republican Stato Central Committee, tho monoy out of tho soil today, and 200,000.000. It it takes nearly all that tako tho placo of bruto force. pass on to our children a bank ac- wo can now produco to feed our pres. man can now do what flvo onco did, a convention will be held In Louiscount." Inherited money has novcr ent 100.000.000 how aro wo going to i with only fairly modern machinery. ville at ono o'clock, April 10, 1912, o for tho purposo of electing four delethe coming 200,000,0007 From a Tho Httlo mulo and tho mado a prosporous, industrious and Independent peoplo. A good farm Is ' national standpoint tho proBlom is, 'I'low must bo replaced by a team gates from tho state at largo and moro to bo desired than a bank ac- "How can tho U. S. contlnuo to nnu a turning plow. If a man's tlmo four alternate delegates to tho natcount. And to tho poor man I would feed in a wholesomo way her incrcas- - la worth 1 a day and a mulo's tlmo ional convention ot tho Republican Juno why do wo spend SI to party to bo held In Chicago, say, with all thy getting, get land. Ing population?'' Shall wo acquire fifty-cemulo when ono man 18, 1912. Tho convention will also Look with mo, If you will, at tho now land? Not sol Wo havo in tho work a groat raassos of our population mov- United states about a billion acres can Just as wcll work throo or four. nomlnato two electors from tho state reguing westward through our country, of tlllablo soil. Franco requires but Tho valuo of a farm hand should de- at largo to bo voted tor at tho Connecticut, Massathree acres to food an individual. Hol- pend upon his ability to caro for, reg- lar election, Nov. 5th. Tho children of Germany 1 but tho ulate and control domostlc animals d land 1 Delegates to tho stato convention chusetts, Now York and Virginia in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and United States 15 acres. Wo can cer- and machinery, rathor than his brute are to bo selected by county mass conKontucky. Horo thoy remalnod a tainly do as woll as Franco, and it forco. ventions which aro to bo hold in each "It Is tho man that needs tho fertil county ssat ou Saturday, April 6th, at decado, tilled tho soli until It was j wo aro really pressed, we might como o, ( ( ( 00 ( , J 00 up with Germany; so, you boo, it Is cot moro land that wo need hut better farming. As Dr. Knapp bos put It, "Tho bringing of scientific agriculture Into general practice is tho most important economic task that now awaits tho American people." Our Industries aro great, but tho soil is tho basis of all Industry. Tho soli Id tho only natural resourco that can produco wealth without decreasing in vnluo. In fact, national prosperity depends upon tho proper caro of our greatest resourco, tho land. Tho challenge is to tho American farmer. Shall wo Kcutucklans hold our own? Wo can! 1 bellovo in the Kentucky farmer. It I did not, 1 would not havo boon hero today. What other nations and states havo done, wo can do. How aro wo to approach this R. J. ENGLE, Ky. ono o'clock. Madison County Is entitled to a representation of 32 In Jackson 19, tho state convention, Itockcastlo 18, Garrard 16, Owsley 12, Clay 20, Laurel 26, EsUll 15, Leslie 14. GOLDEN IN OUR OWN STATE (Continued fpont firitptge) WEDDING Monday, War. 4th, brought about a happy reunion ot tho children and intimate friends of Mr. and Mrs. Joo Coylo at their homo on Prospect St. Tho occasion of tho gathering was tho celebration of tho fiftieth anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Coyle's wedding. Tho houso was beautifully and tastefully decorated, tho color schemo turnout being white and gold. Tho dining room was especially beautiful with tables arranged to form a squaro with yellow and white ribbons ex a cent-stam- J tending from tho corners to tho celling and a mass of yellow jonquils and wbito roses placed In tho center. An old fashioned wedding dinner with tho tables hnasaiPwlth all kinds ot dainties was served to those present. Mr. and Mrs. Coylo received quite a largo number of beautiful presents, tho most of which were gold. Of the nine children ot tho family, threo were unablo to be present. Those present were Mrs. Candace Harrison and II r. Charles Coylo of Mitchell, Ind., Mrs. vAll Wood of Bedford, Ind., Mrs. It. II. Chrlsman, Messrs. R. It. Coylo and Frank Coylo, tho latter three ot this place. Quito a number of grand children and friends wero present, tho total number bolng forty-threMr. and Mrs. Coylo wero both born at Kerby Knob, Jackson County, and lived there until after their marriage After living for sovcral yifirs In Missouri, they moved to Be-rand have mado this their homo ever since. They are to bo congratulated on their long and happy married life, and It was tho sincere wish of overy ono present that thoy may see moro happy and peaceful anniversaries of tho day. e. ea ( NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from firat page holders should bo protected rather than tho peoplo, Loxlngton Is to havo two city governments for tho next four years, tho officers under tho old system of govornment wbeso terms would oxplro at tho end of tho present year, thoso under tho now commission form taking tholr place, having gotten a special dispensation from tho Legislature to hold on four years In vlow of tho fact that their election had cost them moro than ono year's salary. IN TUB LEGISLATURE It a balanco wero cast It would bo hard to detcrmlno whether tho good or tho bad triumphed In tho work of the Legislature within the last week. A number of good measures wero passed, but somo very Important ones wero defeated. Among thoso for which tho Legislators are to bo commended aro a bill exempting prop erty owned by tho citizens of this stato in other states from taxation; the woman's suffrage bill which gives the right to vote In school elections to women who con read and write; bills making appropriations to tho State University, the Kentucky Experiment Station and the Eastern and Westom Normal Schools, amounting to $110,000; and the bill which finally came through, an appropriation of $15,000 being made for work by the commission. Another bill, whose classification as good or bad must be deterred until It can bo properly estimated, is tho redisricting bill. On Its face, tho stato would seem to be more equally divided than heretofore, 'but It will take population figures to accurately determine Its worth. Of the measures whose defeat would seem to call for censure, the Public Utilities BUI and tho Employers' Liability Act are undoubtedly the chief. Tho Leglslaure Is being roundly scored by labor leaders for the defeat ot the latter. Tho failure of the Utilities Bill may be retrlved by tho substitution ot a tax commission. O'REAR FOR ROOSEVELT sup-pos- KiiL-lan- d J fj bull-tongu- way Economics chows a substantial Incrcaso in tho wages ot railway employees during tho fiscal year 1911, whllo, at tho samo time, tho net earnings ot tho companies fell oft moro than J40.000.000. A fcaturo that makes the showing as to wages still better Is tho fact that tho number of employees was fewer by moro than 31,000 than during the previous year. Tho total compensation of employees was $1,005,277,249, which was greater than tor 1910 by $41,868,822. This, of ccurso, is duo to bettor rates of pay. FOR SALE On Center Street a good lot known as the John Bales place. House and barn on lot Good reason for selling, owe money. D. N. Welch. fifty-cent- s, nt Notwithstanding tho endorsement of tho Taft administration by tho Republican platform upon which he appealed for votes last fall, and his own frequent declaration approving tho coursq, of tho President, Judgo O'Rear, tho defeated Republican candidate for Governor, has espoused tho causo of Mr. Roosevelt and bocomo tho head of the Roosevelt organization In tho .state. Judgo O'Rear In a lengthy speech before the Roosovelt Club In Frank-tor- t, tho 11th, advocated all ot tho and Bryan policies and defondod the Colonel's Columbus address. It Uio Judge's advocacy ot Mr. Roosevelt Is as successful as his own causo last November, Tho Citizen will be satisfied. set-tie- 2; 4; BEREA'S LEADING A HARDWARE STORE CHESTNUT PETTUS C& PARKS STREET, BEREA, KENTUCKY FOR COMPLETE LINE HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES DOOLEY'S EVERYTHING TO EAT In addition to the advantages of getting the very best grade ot goods in our line at a reasonable price, we are in a position to show, you how to obtain a handsome set of "ROGERS'-SIL- the regular price. VERWARE" at about one-thir- d priccsRiKht j. d. CLARKSTON MAIN STREET, near Bank o" c" Dntfls, flDebfdnes, Gbemfcafe WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY We Handle The Purest and Best Goods PERFUMERY, SOAP, SYRINOES, BRUSHES. COMBS, Chester Parks PHONE The 64. Feed Man CALL AND INVESTIGATE Call for what you want and get what you call for. HIQHKST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR BUTTER, EQQS, CHICKENS. Reduced Prices on Pork - 10c Pork Steak - - Fresh Pork Shoulder I Pork Chops . . 12c Ham Leaf Lard, guaranteed pure. Building. Corner Main and B. R.OBERTS, Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. Fresh and cured meats and lard, Fish and Oysters. PALACE MEAT MARKET ....... I . J. PrO. r Pae Six. T HE CITIZEN. March 14, 1912. ATMMTCItAS W.R09SER COPYPIOMT I0IO OV THE 3UCCC4S CO spoko steadily that, nnd sho caught her breath. succeeded In surprising Cnyloy by sitIt In control and "You mean they've got n su ply enough. ting down to breakfast with him In somowhero- - -- hidden?" "Thank yo- u- Philip." "We'll havo our holiday, Jeanne, but tho samo mood nnd spirit which she "Thero Is no chance at all, do you Ho nodded. "Not only n supply of Philip Cayley, accused of a crime of wo must havo a better understanding had shown beforo when sho did not fuel, but think?" cf food, too. You remember wnicn ne is not gumy, resigns rrom me army In disgrace and his affection for know, No, first." "For tho Aurora to como-backyour father n.o speaks of having his M f I lend, Perry Hunter, turns to "No! No more! I can't!" not this season, nt least; no possible "I'm about half famished." she snld larder completely stocked for the winhatred. Cayley iwki solitude, where he perfects fi flying machine. White soaring chance." Hut ho went steadily on: "You said as they began their meal, "at least ter nt this time? Well, these fellows over the Arctic rontons. Iio picks up a wny out, nnd I that duck "And how much ammunition have thero was only ono smolls perfectly Irre- weren't expecting any relief They curiously shapod stick ha hail seen In the you. Mr. Cayley?" knew what you meant. It Is a way sistible. It's done to a turn, I ttnk. must havo stocked their larder, too. assassin a hand. Mounting again, ha dis covers a yacht anchored In th bay. Lie "Thirty-oncartridges, besides tho out a way that I can't deny your In a way, It's rnther a Joko that wfc Of course," ho went on a moment arendlnir near ihe steamer, he meets I right to tnke, If wo'ro talking of should begin our arctic privations Inter, "I realized tugueiy ull along ones In tho revolver." girl on an tco floe. He learns that tha girl a name Is Jeanne Fielding nna mat Ho would have said something more, rights. During tho flvo years thnt I with n roast duck." that there must be stores somewhere the yacht haa come north to seek signs nf her father. Captain Fielding, an arctic but with a llttlo gesturo she prevented spent at Sandoval I always regarded "There's something queer nbout thnt hero on the J.nd becnuso men were explorer. A party from the yacht Is mahlra. "You've been thinking It out," It as n right that I could excrclso hut," ho said, "something thnt gets living here, bi- on tho theory that king search ashore. After Cayley departs sho said. "You know what It means when I chose. Perhaps that Is ono of queerer tbo mora I think nbout It. they hnd nhandcm1 tho beach and J cm nna rinds that ha had dropped a ously-shaped stick. Captain Planck and now, and I I feel that I don't. I can't tho reasons I never exercised It. Hut, Why do you suppose tho Walrus poo-pl- were living In some undiscovered palt the surviving crew of his wrecked whaler n quite reallzo it yet. You must give Jeanne, If you elect to take that way, are In hiding on the coast A giant abandoned It? Or, rather, do you of tho mainland, our chanco of 'lndlng named Roscoe. had murdered Fielding I shall tako It with you," mo a llttlo time to think, too." supposo thoy did nbandon It? They those stores wan nlmost nothing it nil. and h!s two companions, after the exHe had to assent to that, though ho She struggled away from him, turned couldn't have built another houso Finding them would bo llko trying to plorer had revealed tha location of an enormous ledge of pure gold, lloscoe then knew. In advance, tho direction her and faced him with horror-strickewithout dismantling this ono. There find Point Harrow In n fog. Hut you took command of the party It develops thoughts must take, nnd foresaw tho oyes. "You must not say that! You'vo nre no trees on this land to furnish soo. If they kept them horn In these that tho ruffian had committed the murder witnessed by Cayley, Itoscoe plans dreadful conclusion of them. And the no right to threaten me with thnt! timber, and there certainly Isn't any huts, and then hid them when they to capture tha yacht and escape with a answer ho had to mnko to that con- No right!" Then, clutching nt his hnrdwaro storo where thoy could have caught sight of the yacht, while they big load of gold. Jeanne tells Fanshaw. owner of tho yacht, about the visit of the clusion? Well, he had It ready. hands ngaln, "You must promise!" those doors swung on hinges. Hut may be well hidden, they can't be far n and shows him tha stick left by Again sho pulled her hands nway thn.c doors swung on hnnges Inst nway Them wouldn't have been time How long that sllenco lasted, neithCayley. Knnshnw declares that It Is an . throwlng-stlckKsklmo used to shoot er of them know. Ho sat there beside and covered hor fare with them. She night nnd tho bolt worked, and, moro to movo them far; certainly not over darts. Tom Kansbaw returns from the her, and yet even his cjes allowed was trembling uncontrollably. or less, tho wnlls and roof kept out tho glacier nnd Into the Interior thero. eoarrnins party with a sprained anKie. Perry Hunter Is found munlered and "It wns not a throat." ho said stend-lly- , tho gale. For this stylo of architecture It must nil bo hidden somewhere, here her perfect solitude. Ho mended tho Cayley Is accused of the crime but Jeanne fire and attended to his cooking as "It was n promise, n promlso I It's In pretty good repair." ocueves mm Innocent. A reller party goes on the coast. When wo find that hiding to find tho searchers. Tom professes his quietly as before, when tho girl was hnvn the right to make. I mako It The girl was only half convinced. plnce, wo shnll probably find all tho love for Jeanne. She rows ashore and reading. again, now, Jeanne n solemn promgreat heap of stones In there," stores wo need for tho winter." "Thnt enters on abandoned hut. and there finds ner tamer s rtinry, which discloses the exFinally a llttlo movo of hers, pre- ise beforo God. Whether It's living or she began, "doesn't look llko good replorer's suspicion of rtoscoc. The ruf"Then, I suppose tho next thli-- for paratory to speech, gavo him leave dying, I shall go beside you." pair or recent habitation." fian returns to the hut and sees Jeanne. as to do Is to go out and find It " " sho repented In a whisto look nt her. In those silent minHe Is Intent on murder, when tho sky"No right "No It doesn't." ho rejoined. "It's man swoons down and tho ruffian flees. "Not quite the next thing, tunicas utes, however long'thoy were, her face per. "What possible right could you been mr.do to look as llttlo thnt wny Jeanns gives Cayley her father's diary i enn had changed. It was gravo now, In- have to mako a promlso like that a as posslblo. It wouldn't hnve got Into we have exceptional luck, 10 rcaa. ino yacni disappears ana plans to rapturo It ore revealed, tensely thoughtful, but tho color hnd threat that calls itself a promlso?" thnt condition otherwise In 100 )eorn hardly hope to find It for tftvcrnl Jeanne's only hope la In Cayley. come back Into It. It was allvo again. "I have tho only right there Is. Come, let's have n look. It's something days; It may take a fortnight. Mid wn must have tomo temporary security "When I asked you a while ago If Listen. I --ist night, when you wcro to hopo for, at nny rnte." first. In the meantime there la no thero were any chance, you asked mo lying there nslecp, I sat thinking, "To hore for?" Rho repeated CHAPTER XII. Continued. telling what sort of weather wo will If I meant n chanco for the return of thinking about you, about the lovo I tlit-s- o beautho Aurora, and said thero was none. had for you; about the change which He had already entered the hut, and have. It's rather latu for "And that's what might have hapThat was what I meant then, but It's that lovo had made In me and would did not at once volunteer nny further tiful, mild days, I fancy. No, thu first pened, oh. o easily, to you. Yes, It Hot what I moan now. Is there any go on making after I had lost you. For explanation, but from tho shine of ex- thing to do Is to rebuild this fireplace might. I've been realizing that. And chanco at all? I haven't been able to I faced losing you. I knew that when citement sho could seo In his uyes. It nnd bring In n lot of drift wood and I sha'n't forget." Her oyes had brightsee any myself, and I've been over It they sent a boat ashore for you, 1 wns evident that ho contemplated all thoke birds that wore killed but ened and sho p res sod her bands to all pretty carefully. Do you seo any? should have to let you go without n something better than merely hold- night by flying ngalnxt the cliff. When thorn for Just ono moment; then she You you must tell If I could have heard a prophecy ing death at arms' length for a wo hnve made this hut habitable mo the truth, word. straightened up briskly. "Anyway, I'll against a spell of 40 l!ow zero weathplease." then, thnt today I should bo telling llttlo whllo. not make a scene about It now," sho er, such as we're llkoly to have at any "I haven't been trying to assess tho you I loved you, telling it with n clear To tho girl's eyes thero ns but lltsaid. "I'll show a little practical havcv accumulated stores of I spent my hour thinking heart nnd conscience, I should havo tlo nbout the Interior of the hut to ac- tlmo, and chances. senso and help you with the breakfor Joy. It seemed as count for such a hope, even though fuel and food for n few days, then anabout something elso, nnd I can't fast" jld never happen. I nm she saw that nil of tho things ha had we'll begin our search. I had better swer your question really with a yes If tho tiling "No, we're camping out today, and a man with a stnln upon me, nnd yes- snld nbout It wero true. Tho flimsy gel to work at once. I think can ro-or a no." on such occasions the men always do terday that stain made It Impossible Inner doors woro still hinged to their "Not with a yes, but can't you the cooking. Go back to your book' It with a no? Aren't you per- to say anything to you but goodby. I frames, nnd wero provided with a whllo I skin this fowl and dress It." fectly sure, In your heart, that there's meant to say It, and tako my way ralsccllaneom assortment of catches. Then as sho still hesitated, ho went understand." through tho air ngaln and live out the It was tnarlno hardware, all of It, evi on: "Tho most beautiful garment I up no chanco at all?" Tho girl had been e ever saw, anywhere, was on a "Not yet," ho answered. "Thero may rest of my llfo on what, from your dently from her father's ship, tho on tho groat sheepskin, her weight Phoenix. The bunks nnd shelves which Indian girl. It was made of noth- supported by ono hand. While Cayley bo a chanco, and If thero Is, wo bounty, you had already given me. "Hut tho coming of n new day has lined the wnlls looked perfectly solid ing but tho breasts of theso elders. read, this support failed her, and sho can meet It half way." Then ho changed all that. It has given me the and well built. Hut tho general Dut the process isn't pretty. I'd much sank down, rather slowly, until her stretched out his hand. "That of the room proscntcd a look book there Is our Hlblo now. right to tell you what I havo told you, rather you went back to your book." head was burled In the arms which Seeing that ho meant it, sho did were stretched oat as If in blind sup Do you remember what your father and It gives mo the right to mnko that of disrepair. It wns absolutely unprbmlse. Isn't thnt quite plain? Don t furnished. d Tho groat heap of as he asked. A slnglo half page of plication. said? 'Wo can live like Christians, and stones, of various sizes and what was written upon those closely As Cayley spoke, he covered those wo can always hopo." Ho thought, you understand?" "I must think," sho gasped. "You shapes, and tho hole In the roof nbove ruled pages was enough to absorb her clasped, outstretched hands with one when ho put that bottle, which conagain completely. Tho power it had of his own. Tho touch and tho sound tained his message, Into tho sea. that must let nio think." them, attested that they had unco "No," ho said, "1 havo not asked for been a over her seemed to grow rather than of his voice steadiod her a little. there was hardly ono chance In a milto lessen. When'Cayley came up with From the forlorn aspect of the room then, from the lion of Its resulting In an effectual re- an answer. Thero Is nothing that you "You'vo known, the big bird which was to serve for first?" The words camo brokenly. lief. Yet ho went on living ns a bravo have to tell mo. Nothing that I m the girl gladly turned her eyes away waiting to hear. No decision that you and stood looking at Cayley Instead. man lives, a day at a time. And when their breakfast, Impaled upon a sharp muffled. I stick ready to bo roasted over the Ho had been sweeping tho walls, roof He bent down over her to hear he died, ho died without fear. Doing must make. You understand what fire, she no more than looked up at them. "Yes, I knew from the flrBt." that, he not only helped himself, but said and you know It's true, Tho and floor In a general survey. Now, supremo fact In my universe Is nbruptly, ho went over to tho heap of him, with a srallo very friendly, but Ho said no more than that Just ho helps us In a way thot ho couldn't mo the stones, picked up ono of them, rubbod Thnt gives Just you. and then went on with then, but remained as ho was, his possibly havo foreseen." her reading. He crouched down near hand; covering her two, holding them Her eyes filled suddenly with tears. right to follow you wherever you his thumb over It nnd scrutinized, by her, built a llttlo frame-worof tight, his body bending over hers and a smile, of a divine sad tender go. IJut you are still free. Ton with an air of considerable Interest, ness, touched for an Instant her can stay here, whore Fate has put you. tho black smear It loft. sticks above tho fire and began his protectlngly. cooking. After a little while sho ceased shud mouth. "Hut that Isn't our case, you and let mo stay here, too. being sure "That would account for the driftthat nil the happiness In tho world wood," ho snld absently. It was, perhaps, ten minutes after dering, and answered tho pressure of know. Ours Isn't as slmnlo as that." there Is for me is to bo found hore nt that when be saw tho book drop sud- his hand with a sudden clasp of her What makes tho difference' At thnt ho might have seen In tbo helping you. And then If girl's face a denly from her bands. When he two; then drew them away again and ImYour wings." look of Sho said It hardly your side, In privation, lonellnoss and patience, but his abstraction was too "You'd Better Take Belt and Holster glanced up at her, sho was looking sat erect. abovo a whisper, and as sho said It tho torturo of and All." " seaward out over thoso miles of Her eyes, when they rose to his sho turned a llttlo paler and her bravo despair become too hard deep for him to notice It. Sho turned to him then nnd Inter plunging, heaving ice. And, under bis face, were still wido with fear a Hps trembled. Ho walked over to one of tho side build this Dut In nn instant her by myself. Will eyes, her face turned whlto as marble. deeper-seatefear, really, than her first will had taken command again. "I rupted. Her words camo quietly, un- wnlls, pulled open what proved to you go and begin carrying In tiro Iter bloodless Hps were parted. They momentary panic. But now sho had am suro you see. It s quite plain." accompanied by nny gesturo of her bo a big solid shutter, revealing n wood, nnd as many of thoso ducks and Sho spoko with the glazed window, hands. sho went on steadily. "If you will and, for a long whllo, geeso and loons as you can find thero ' : utmost simplicity. i spread them, those great wings of stood thero, unconscious of the look along tho talus?" "They won't bo too hard, I think yours, and tako to tho nlr with them, Sho noddel, nnd turned to leavo tk the girl hnd turned upon him, unconand fly oway, as you are free to do, neither tho privation nor tho loncll scious of his present surroundings, hut "Take thu rctolver with you." ness. Thero won't bo nny despai- rand leavo mo here alone, as I really "Yes, something to hopo for, cortnln-ly.- " ho called after her. my friend. And and am alone, the only person marooned not with you, At that alio halted abruptly In the) He turned nwny from tho winwo will follow my father's gospel." doorway. "Why should I havo It nny here If you'll do that, tlien I'll folgo ebbing out of dow as he said It, nnd smiled nt her. Sho saw the blood low my father's gospel. Hut you won't "A good hopo a good fighting hopo more than you?" Then, answering his go away. You can't not a man llko his faco, and then como back with n that when tho relief comes back noxt smile with one of her own, she added: great you, and I know that. I know I surge. Ho drew In two or three "I supposo a well trained crew doesn't summer they'll find you hero nllvo." breaths of tho keen, wlnollko air. mustn't even suggest It." "If you say so, I'll believe It," said demand reusons for the captain's op. Then, In a strangely matter Her voice sank again and grew un the girl, "becauso you told me the dors only " steady. "Whllo I nm starving, you fashion, ho seated himself besldo her. truth before. Hut do you mind tolling "Theio's n perfectly good reason. "That gospel begins with breakfast," mo why?" I'm working In the shelter, nnd yod will bo starving, too. And whllo I am he said. Qhn fronzlnir. Vntl will frcitTA " "I should havo thought of It soon In tho open, Ilesldes that, I'm stronger stopped there with a shudder nnd n ! er. I. should bnvo noticed It Inst nnd 1 havo my sheath knlfo. If I woro CHAPTER XIII. deep, gasping sob; then, "Won't you night. My guess was right, Mint's nil. attacked by nnythlng, I could give a go?" sho cried out. "You snld onco This Is not an abandoned hut Don't bettor account of myself thnn you Captain Fielding's Gospel. You'll bettor tako belt and that ono of us might bo dreaming, but Sldo by side, upon that great shcop-skl- you sw. It's In almost perfect repair? coilld, that ono was not I. Can't you bellovo they fiat, thoio two people. In The hinges on this shuttor work, al holster und nil, nnd bucklo It right It's bo? Can't you wako up from tho tho very lap of death. A roasonnblo though If you look closely you con seo around your waist." When Philip finally had his firedream that Is turning into a night- e3tlmato of their chances would give that some one gavo a tug nt them not mare, and fly away?. No, you can't! them, perhaps, n week to live. With long ngo In an attempt to pull them place rebuilt. In u temporary fnshlnn You can't! Thero Is only one way out exceptional fortune, that week might out. And that patch on thu wall was which he thought would servo till of It!" stretch Itself Into a month. The great put on within n month. Tho men greater leisure should allow him to Thero was tho conclusion ho had bluo spirit of tho nrctlc would darken who wrecked this placed worked hasti perfect It, ho stepped outsldo the hut foreseen, had foreseen long beforo ho to purplo, nnd to black. Tho Icy hand ly and showed no great degree of Imag and looked, first down mid then up could formulato it tho inevitable con- of the Bavage polar winter would get ination. They hadn't much time, you tho sboro In search for bur, nnd wns They had see, liecnuso they couldn't havo begun disappointed ut finding her newborn clusion that had led him to pray for lta clutches upon them. . an hour. And now ho thanked God nothing to resist it with. No stores of until they caught their llrnt glimpse In sight. Shu must bo dreadfully tired, hn that tho answer was ready, ammunition or of food. No clothing, of tho yacht. Thoy had finished tho Hut before ho could speak sho except what they woro. No fuel, save Job beforo they could send a party thought, nnd with that thought decidr, ed to sot out to find hor. First, turned to him with a sudden trnnsl- - what they could contrivo to gather ashore." ho transferred the remnants of Hut why In tho world Bliould thoy Ion of mood, which left him gasping. along tho talus beforo tho winter gales the fire from tho flat stono before thu The face she turnod upon him now would mnko further search Impossible. do such a thing?" the girl protested. He shook his hoad. "1 haven't hut to his newly t'tmtitructrd hearth, was radiant, flushed with llfo, fearNeither Jcnnno nor Cayley was of n less. Sho hold out both hands to blm. sort to faco the prospect of that death worked that out yet, not fully, at nny heaped on moro wood ijnd noted, with 'Corny," sho said; "that's over, You'ro with resignation. They wero young, rule. After all, It's not tho question satisfaction, that his makeshift chimney drew well and did not smoke Ino forgot It over happened, and you'ro Intensely alive, nnd with Jeanno, nt thnt concerns us." "I'm Mill In n mnze about It What tolerably, llu had discovered an empty to do something for mo that I want. least, tho best and biggest part of life Will you? I want this for u holiday, lay, or had lain until yesterday, In a did you mean nbout thu drift wood?" cask under u henp of rubbUli In tha "Why, tho soot on these Btnnes storeroom and this ho filled with Just ns I set out to mako It when I broad open road boforo her. Hut a saw tho yacht was gone. Tho day's prospect llko tho ono thnt lay beforo showed mo thnt. Thoy haven't botn chunks of Ico and set by thu tiro to molt. nn bright as it wus thon, and we thorn brings Its own anaesthetic with burning drift wood In this it They've been burning coal or oil. perlive minutes later ho wan Jiihi a can mako tho bourn puro gold. It all It. It wns so utterly hopeless depends on us. Come, will you do that became unreal. Tho fnce of tho future, haps. I hadn't thought of that. That's wheeling, glinting, BUnbatbed speck Into which sho had cast Just ono hor- why tho drift wood collected ngaln out In thu amber nlr, thu thrilling, for tno?" winellkn air. Ho had taken to Giving him nor hands, sho had rified glance, wns to hideous that to thero on the talus. You roinemlor hor to rise, but he tho girl, at lenst. it was "ko some your father speaks of having used It his wings, upon leuvlng thu hut, simmeant him men ply thoy offered him tha disregarded tho Intonlion and knelt monster mask of carnival too gro- all? Thero have been a dozen tesquely horrible to bo taken seri- living hero over slnco. nnd they didn't quickest, easiest wuy of fiudlu,i Jiun- on one kneo beside her. "Joanne," need It. So they must havo had some 110, ously. ho mild. (TO UK CONTINUED. "That Gospel Begins With Breakfast," He Said. That is partly tho reason why she ctbor sort of fuel," Her color fluttered like a flag at SYNOPSIS. curiruf-masky-maJios-coe'- did not move at all and thoy looked as If thoy wcro frozen. Ho could not see thnt sho was breathing. Her eyes wcro turned nway from him and ho was glad of that. For another moment moro, at least, he need not read tho look In them. Kor now, at last, ho was suro sho understood. Ho himself fixed his eyes upon tho fire and waited. "There's something hero," sho whispered, "hero In. this book of father's, that that I want you to read." It was still open at tho page sho had been reading whon sho had dropped It. With his first glance at what was written there ho saw how sho had come, so suddenly to understand. "September 18th. Fleld-lccamo into tho bay last night, just as it has come at about this season In the two preceding years n denso fog and o whole gale blowing from tho east. To me Its coming is a relief. It Is, In a way, tho ofllclal beginning of winter. Tho tantalizing hope of a rcscuo Is now put away on the shelf to wait for another summer. After all, to men In our condition n temporary hopelessness is much moro comfortablo than hope Itself. Tho long winter night gives an opportunity to revive our be lief that with another season of open water, rescue will come. "I have been very busy lately stock' tng our larder for the next sis months. Fortunately, I have succeeded In kill lng bears and walruses enough to keep us supplied. I wish I could fcal as easy about our fuel. Wo have swept but shall the beach clear of have barely enough to get through tho winter with. For mjsclf, who have no real hope at all. It doesn't greatly matter. I greet tho dawn of each of these Intcrmlnablo arctic days with intense weariness. And I never bid farewell to tho sun for nnother winter without an involuntary 'In mantis Tubs. " Cayley read tho entry through slow ly. "I'm glad it happened this way," ho said when he finished, "glad It was your father who VoTdiou. All this past hour I've been wondering how I could tell you, how I could make you drift-woo- ? e - o 1 nn-sw- Chu-cott- d smoke-blackene- fire-plac- half-voice- k fire-plac- e d -- of-fa- how-ove- lire-plac- tat prln-glln- bei-aut- March 14, 1912. TRAP IS EASY TO CONSTRUCT Excellent for Extermination of Rats, Also to Catch Rabbits and Other Animals. (Uy J. W. THE CITIZEN. INEXPENSIVE POULTRY HOUSE FOR MEDIUM-SIZE- D FLOCK Practical Plan of Building Suitable tor Farmer or Villager Whero Comparatively Small Number of Birds aro to be Kept Concrcto Plnya Important Page Seven. GARDEN DATES FOR PLANTING BE RE A Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Arc Your Talent ? What Are Your Aims? Bcrca Has the Training That is Best For YOU. Arc you not far advanced? Then enter tho FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. 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Tho Academy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body of students of high character and ability, able Instructors, nnd use of College Library and apparatus. text-hookBook-Bindinletter-writinclass-rooms Inches wldo and ono foot nnd six Inches In length for tho bottom or falling doorB, Tho falling doors should havo tin diy jami:h ii covkiit.) fastened on tho top side from whero Investigations by tho government tho pivots enter the sides to tho end extending over n period of tnoro than next to tho bait; this will prevent two years relative to thn dates of cow the sharp claws clinging to tho board ing and harvesting tho principal cropB nnd climbing back, when tho doors cf all countrlofl, aro of unusual rnluo fall. vid Interest. Tho description by letter In us Tho llluaLrntton given shows thoso A, bait; nil, on tho dotted fectlonn of tho United States wherein, lines, shows tho position of tho falling doorB when tho garno enters tho lower part of tho trap; CC, the to tho trap; DD, tho nails that servo as pivots for tho falling doors. s KH, In which are tho nails that hold tho trap unset whllo tho gamo nro getting used to It. Tho bottom part or tho trap that which retains tho gamo after trapping-sho- uld bo inado of hardwood 01 should bo lli.td with roofing Iron or nall-holc- Results of Investigations by Govern ment Extending Over Period of More Than Two Year. (lit! WIN.) Set tho trap over n barrel that Is partly filled with water, fasten tho fulling doors so tha they will not fall nnd let tho rats run through nnd around tho trap for several nights-t- hen pull out tho nail that holds tho doors, and you will catch every rat that has visited tho trap. Two boards ten Inches wldo and two feet long nro used for tho sides; CORN ono board two feet long nnd one foot wldo for tho top; two boards ten Part In Construction. Cross Section of Laying House 18 by AO Feet. Showing Partition, Door, Frame, Windows, Cement Floor, Nests, Roosts, Dropplng-Board- , Etc. tin. and by May 1G tho movement had progressed ns far north na southern Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, central New York, northern Wlscon sin, Minnesota and North Dakota. Tho curves In tho lines of tho chart aro a significant feature. They ludl rato tho result of Influences exerted upon planting by topography, noil conditions, rainfall and latitude Sometimes one set of Influences prevails, sometimes nnotdur. Again, sov- i rnl combined Influence! may bo conn, tcrbalanced, as 11 wore, by one con trolling Influence. For Instanco, tho lines In western Kansas nnd Nebras ka bend slightly northward, Instead of abruptly southward, as would bo expected In vlow of their greater ol- lltudo. Tb.i counterbalancing Influ ence In thl caso Is believed to bo tho character of the toll which, In the western portion of theso states, Is sandy and therefore readily dries out and quickly warms up In spring. Tho Influence of tho Great takes Is shown In tho sinuous lino bearing dato May 15. Tho nlr temperature at which corn planting begins In actual practlco has not hcretoforo been established, but from data assembled In tho study of cereal crops It Is believed to be ap- a small wire and should hang within two or three Inches of the floor, or falling doois. If tho trap Is neatly made and fitLines of Average Dates of the Begin ted out so that all partH work well, thcro Is not tho least posslblo ning of Field-CorPlanting. doubt as to tho gamo It will cap according to this Investigation, eoru ture (besides the rats ono wishes to exterminate), such as rabbits, squlr planting begins simultaneously. Corn planting Is first observed on 1: thn chart about February 15 of nor mnl yean, the first planting taking plnco In southern Florida and Texas Fifteen days later corn planting Is In observed northern Florida. southern Iulslana and central Texas, Tho bait should be suspended with . - r y. peak to rear and high enough not to tho attendant. With tho rafters thus tied, supports aro not needed In the center. Upon the ratters aro laid the root boards nnd roofing. In detail the same as In the house ing could bo mado longer. of hollow tile described above. Tho foundation wall Is of concrete, All sides of the building arc of No. 18 Inches high. drop siding. In each end It extends ten Inches 1 below tho surfaco of tbo ground, there Is a door, swinging outward, where It Is eight Inches thick nnd and placed ns near the center as poseight Inches above tho ground, whero sible, thus making It bandy to cither It Is six Inches thick. In mixing (he window, nests or roosts. concrete, cno part of cement was used Tho partition between the two pena to six parts of rand. Is of matched lumber for tbo first The floor Is 18 by 40 feet, and con- three feet from the floor, and of mustains 720 square feet of space, divided lin thence to the celling. For five Into two equal (tens. If Leghorns aro feet from the north wall around tho to bo housed, the structure will shel- broody coop It Is tightly boarded, to protect the fowls against any postiblo ter 180 birds, 90 In a pen, with nn of four square feet to each. draught whllo roosting. Of Plymouth Rocks, 164 may bo Tho partition dear is hung in tho housed, nllowlng 4V4 square feet to middle, on double-actinhinges, and swings either way. each. The dropping boards, roosts and Tho studding is seven feet blgh In front and 4 feet In the rear. Tho broody coops aro located on the north roof Is of tbo combination type, ris- side.. They nro surrounded by doublo ing to a height of nine feet nt tho walls to guard against draughts. peak. Its rafters aro of 2 by C lumTho nests are built in sections of ber, 14 feet long on tho roar and six. Tho bottoms arc of seven feet long on the front slopo. diamond mesh poultry fencing, and lCnch Is tied by n 1 by 4 board' runaro Tho fowls enter ning from the top of tho plato In front from the real nnd the eggs are taken to tho 14 foot rafter running from out from the front. Incommode falr-slzc- d clx-tncone-Inc- h Tho poultry houso shown In tho Illustration Is planned for tho farmer or villager of moderato means, who wishes to keep one or two flocks of fowls. Should n house with a larger cnimclty bo desired the build- Berea College The College Itielf stands apart from nil tho other schools under Its management and has Jong maintained the highest standards known In tho South. To conform to thb Carnegie standards we havo diminished our former requirements! Required and elective studies with opportunity to concentrate In particular lines. Laboratories Latest college library In Kentucky. equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. B.. TI. S., B. L and B.Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may be taken for special fees In connection with work In any of tha above schools. Excellent Trap. proximately SS degrees Fahrenheit, txeepi In certain localities, where tho mean dally normal temperature docs not fall so low as 65 degrees Fahren heit GIVES SIGNAL FOR LETTERS Flag Arranged to Notify Occupants of House When Rural Carrier Has Deposited Mall. A flag attached to tho mall box will let tho occupants of tho house know when tho cnrlrer has left mall. Two pulleys and a continuous ropo, on which Is fastened tho flag, aro easily nrarnged. Fasten n weight to tho ropo at tho right dlstanco and put to keep n block on top of tho box-litho weight from slipping off tho front. When tho lid of tho box Is raised tho weight slips off and up goes tho flag. t A Flag Indicates Mall. garden. rcls, opossums, raccoons, musiviats, lb fact all animals that will eat of pre pared bait. In sotting tho trnp, chooso a place on n hillside. In a gully, or a small There- la Nothing Impractical In hollow so tho entrance may bo placed Plan and It May bo Kuntly Accomplished Betters on a level with tho earth, and tb Conditions. animals will havo no troublo in en tcrlng. (Iiy 8. C. MILLER.) Isolation, lack of society and utter PREPARATION OF CELERY BEL loneliness, the three great causes of with farm life present Plant Does Dest In Moist, Mucky 80II dissatisfaction a not very difficult problem If it Is and In Situations Where Water really a problem at all. It Is a rather Supply Is Abundant serious and very unpleasant condition which can only be relieved In ono way Sow celory In March, or beginning In getting together. Tho only cure of April In rows In fine, rich soil, and, for loneliness Is company. As long as If dry enough, press tho soil firmly widely separated as houses with a roller or tho back of tho spado. fnrm now are are farm folk will continue Keep tbo seed bed well watered, as they celery germinates very slowly. Trans- to bo lonely and suffer nil the distress of Isolation. The telephone has helped plant from Juno to August. Celery doco best In a moist, mucky some. Relatives and neighbors can soil, and In situations whero plenty hear each other's voices at all times canof water Is abundant In tho soil. It nnd In all weather oven it theyfacilican bo planted In slnglo or doublo not sec each other's faces. It rows, earthing up as It grows two or tates tho transaction of business three times, and In doing this, care Letwecn farms and tho marketplaces; quesshould bo taken not to let tho earth but In this respect it may bo tioned whether It docs not In a way got Into tho heart of tho plant. beWhen scvero cold woather comes, add to tho isolation of farm life up and transplant solidly In a causo it does nwny with tbo necessity tako bed close together, and cover gradu- of personal meetings and this that friendly intercourse be ally with leaves, hay or straw, as ncc tween neighbors nnd merchants so cssary to prevent freezing. necessary to relievo monotony and which tends toward contentment. So, that even giving tho telephono and trolley and even the nutomoblle all tho credit that Is duo these factors of social Ufa they do not begin to euro tbo condition1. Weeds along tho fenco aro flno har It has been suggested that tho farm bors for Insects. Long, straight garden rows mako ers of tho future will live In villages or camps and go to their outlying cultivation easier. .Asparagus should not bo cut tbo farms in tho morning, returning only nt night after tho day's work Is done. tlrst season at all. Poultry droppings mako fine fertil There is nothing Impracticable In this plan but on tho contrar) It may bo izer for tho onion bed. A plant of rhubarb onco woJI estab easily accomplished. A section of land generally contains lished is good Indefinitely. Tho market :rlro of commercial from four to ten families whoso homes feeds Is no indication of their real aro placed as far apart as possible. Uy bringing all tho houses of tho fam value. s Clean nil homo grown seed and ilies to ono common center 'tbo of a Wllago would be formed grade, so only tho largest seed can bo which might later include tho families used. Ithubarb or pieplant Is ono of tho of adjoining sections and form a perennials that should be in every compact villago of from fifteen to pcr-ven- ts TESTING FOR FARM VILLAGE ACID IN SOIL IS SUGGESTED Practical Method Ileccntly Demon, otratcd by Member of New Jersey Experiment Station. Thoso who use lime have found litmus paper useful in determining whether tho soil Is ncld or sour, and, therefore, in need of lime, says the Farmer. Dut thero Is often some un certainty as to the result, because when used In tbo usual manner of placing tho paper In a sample of soli and pressing tho soil particles against It, tho paper would often bo so much stained by the soli that It would bo difficult to tell whether ft bad turned red or not. At a recent farmers' Institute Mr. Blair, of tho New Jersey experiment station, showed a better method. A piece of bluo litmus paper was placed In tho bottom of a glass, then cov ered with white filter paper. The soli to bo tested was placed nbove this and n small quantity of pure water poured over It. The soil used In this caso was known to be ncld or sour, and tho water carried a portion of the acid through tho filter paper nnd turned the litmus paper red, ns could easily bo seen through the bottom of tho glass vessel. The filter paper kept tho soil from coming in direct contact with the litmus paper, and there was no staining. Soil not sour, and, therefore, not In need of lime, treated tho same way does not turn the bluo paper from Its original color. Doth filter paper and litmus paper can be secured for a few cents at drug stores. Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berea College, with its afllllatcd schools, is not a money-makinInstitution. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students to earn and savo in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from For any who may the best families and nro earnest to do well be sick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Bcrca live in College buildings, and assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuablo training, and getting pay according to the valuo of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is tho best, but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraa g GAPDDN and and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas nnd other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost. The College asks no lent far tlib fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, In the fall, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and Is returned when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to helpon expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction is a free gift). Tho Incidental Fee for most students Is $5.00 a term, $6.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by tho term, board by the half term, Installments aro as follows: FALL TERM Vocational Academy and Foundation and Normal. School. $ 5.00 5.C0 $ 0.00 Fapm Notes College. $ 7.00 Incidental Fee Room Board. 7 weeks Amount duo Sept. 13, 1911 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 $29.00 $ 5.00 COO 7.00 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 $31.43 $ 7.00 D.45 DRILLING WELL ON SLANTING ROCK $23.45 9.45 Total for term If paid In advance WINTER TERM r $32.90 $32.40 $ 7.00 Trouble May be Overcomo When Incidental Fee Room Drill Pushed to One Sido by Mixture of Cement Board, C weeks and Stone. Amount duo Jan. 3, 1912 Board G weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 When a slanting rock Is struck In boring a well, tho drill will push ta ono side nnd not enter tho rock on a Total for term .i straight line, says a writer In tho If paid In advance Popular Mechanics. This trouble can SPRING TERM bo overcomo by mixing somo cement Incidental Fee Room Board, 5 weeks COO 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.50 $ 5.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 $ COO 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 $31.70 $ 7.00 neu-cleu- Tho carrier will hold tho weight from slipping off tho box when ho takes out letters and leaves no mall. This llttlo dovlco will save many n long walk In bad weather, If tho box Is located considerable dlstanco from tho house. Forage Plants. For four Importont reasons, tho cloven nro among tho most valuablo of forage plants. First tho manurlnl cost of their production la exceptionally low. Second, they ore richer In protein than most of tho forago crops; far richer than tho grasses. Third, thoy enrich tho soli In nitrogen as well as subsoil It, so that tbo following cropa are almost Invariably good. Fourth. In permanent mowings they ultimately bo curlch the soil In nitrogen that the grasses as well oh the clovers moke vigorous growth. small figure compared to tho advantage of social life In tho village. Among tho advantages of farm- villages life as compared to tho present system of Isolation it may be suggested tho economy of labor on the partial or complote cooperation of farm work; tho obliteration of tho line fence, tho barrier that has so long stood between harmonious rela wanted. tionship between neighbors and even Fall plowing usually produces a bet provoked internal and deadly feuds; a ter corn crop than spring plowing, tho central beating system, . effective ground being mellowed by tho frost dralnago and sanitation, the beautifying of home surroundings and nil and ruin. Kvory grain dealer, banker nnd busi tho manifold comforts of life posslblo ness man should get busy and us ev- lu modern methods of building which ery means posslblo to induce farmers nre not entirely practlcublp in scatto test every oar of their Rood corn. tered farm homes. Any tlmo In tho year Is tho right time to begin planning for an aspara. gua plot. I.ettuco nnd cabbago plants in the must bo given air every mild day. Sweet corn Is a very profltablo crop. Ono reason for this Is becauso it Is sa oaslly handled. Tbo silo Is now a necessity, and for you to competo with tho man who has 0110 you must havo ono, too. It Is always best to order tho vego tablo seeds early to Insure prompt de livery and to get such variety ns are cold-frame- s thirty families. If tho villago was located in tbo center of farm sections no Individual would havo to travel moro than a mllo to reach tho most distant farm, nnd this Jouruoy twice daily would cut 4.00 C7G C.00 C.75 5.00 C75 $18.75 C.75 WPi mm s wffi-:.:.. I.SXillllOrt" nJ I.I : Amount duo March 27, 1912 Board, C weeks, due May 1, 1912 $15.75 C.75 $22.50 $22.00 $17.75 C75 $24.G0 $24.00 Total for term If paid In advance $25.60 $25.00 Plan Now, Come March 27th young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea if there Is tho will to do so. It Is a great advantngo to Btnrt in tho Fall and have a full year of con tlnuous study. Many young people wasto tlmo In the public schools going over and over tho sumo things, when they might bo improving muoh faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies with some of the best Drilling Through Stone. young men und women from other counties and States. Make your plans tu como Marcli 27th. and lino stono nnd nniirlnc It Into the hole. Allow the cement to 21 For Information or friendly advice wrlto to the Secretary, hours, und tho drill will cut through the .concrete and stono In a ttriUKbt lino. able-bodie- d D. WALTER MORTON, berea, ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. March 14,1912. Ky., about Mar. 15th. Homer Phil- also sonjo good milk cows. Tho Roy. lips formerly of this place has mov- Jns. Roberts Is doing a good business ed to Dreyfus, Madison Co., to mako trapping. Tho Rov. (leorgo Bhclton Ho his futuro home. J, L. Jones of Dear hns moved to Jackson County. Wallow was In Ooochland lant week. will bo groatly missed by his old j Mr. and Mrs. Dr. J. M. Jones of Goochland still friends and neighbors. remains very low with stomach Dltlard Cotton visited 'Mr. and Mrs. i corteipeedtuce pgtllititf ob1i iltttd li (all tjr Mt m titer, Io tisi trouble Joromo Cox has gono to Joe Hampton, Sunday. T. J. Durham ; as (vlacac o( roe (ltb. Wtltt plainly. It not (or pabllcatloa, bat Knox County on business and Is not will hold services at Cavo Rldgo tho expected back homo boforo Juno 1st. third Saturday and Sunday In March. IIOONK Mrs. 'Martha Phillips has tlio conof March where they will mako their Iloone, Mar. 11. Juno Wren died at JACKSON COUNTY tract to carry tho mall from Gooch- I home. land to Livingston. 0 rover Gabbard tho homo of his father, Feb 27th, of- TVNKll x.-V. it. rinrk re- U.r 11 uougnt a nico mujo in Aiauison co. tcr n brief Illness and was burled at everybody . . . Tyner, Mar- - lO.-,Vn, Inst Satur tt Win. Sparks Fntrvlow, Feb. 2StIi. Thero are sovcrnl ;n jcnDC8 of umuln hero. Geo. Huff Is has from this vicinity attended tho sale anJ f day.-R- cv. 1. T. Messier, who of John Johnson, deceased, of Welch- - , ,n Blair roccntly been In New York for Bomo time, of for Ul0 ,ast lhrco ; sick this wook-M- r. ...... rriuay anu oaiuruay.-.- wr. ' returned homo last Friday. Ho at- wcoks. Tho family of Wm. Sparks moved to his property near Iloono. W. Moore havo returned tended tho Boy Scout Convention In Mrs. aro so delighted over Uio extended j Tho llttlo child of Mr. and Mrs. Cal Knilly Mooro, I. T. Has went to home. Horn to Mrs. - Chasteun died a few doys ago and NVw York. visit to Goochland that they ..1.1 trllm. nml llttln nnfl" tcmplato mo'vlng to this placo in con- i was burlod nt Falrvlow, March 1st. Wclchburg, Monday, to try to buy 1. fill UUUJ HIUIIIVI unw ..wmw tho tho 7Ui, Married, Lambert nmdo a business trip somo mutos. 'Morgan Neely and Mon nro doing well. near futuro. Wo wolcomo them to our s trip to Annvlllo Miss Magglo Anderson, to Mr. BUI town. Miss Stolla Sparks has return-- 1 to Iterca, Saturday. Mrs. Matllo Coylo roe Howies mado a Wo wish them L.I t in ronnrlPil nultn III nt her ttnmn tionr MM ii I last Thursday-- J. F. Kngle, who has I'ctors of Uradshaw. days, a long Itfo of Joy and Bucccs- s-r . Owen of Conway lu Louisville for several been ottcndlng gthool. 8ho w, gtay i Kockford.-Cha- rlcs . Jones has accepted a position as lWM , lalr Uoon0i MtnllIay.Mr. returned homo last week. John Rey ,ho rail- . . Wnm fur i,rcht a row from nolds, Emmett Mulllns, and Jno. Fow- -, book keeper In tho L. and N. no. Nauti . ,, . . i - hi-- iM.n hnlnlnir Uio surveyors . road shops at Louisville. J tiiirtv.rii.-n Wmn iioiinm i ' uy got- - . TnurmlayWt A vmlpt nna visiting homo fclks hero n fow days fcr scvoral days.-- G. W. Radcr mado , lost a good yearling mulo jting It knocked Into a manger. wm. JW bushc,g of corn to ge at ft doN ;mst Week.-Satuand Sunday were a trip to Egypt last Thursday.-M- rs. Llewellyn, who has been fiJck and Jim Dunlgan havo purchased of lar per bushel. regular church days at Falrvlow. Tho , J. R. of dry goods services woro conducted by Rev. Clill- for somo time, is about well. J. J. W. K. Jones his stock JOIINKTTA an InDavis who Is studying law at Dan-vll- and groceries. They will take Creek. B. S. l'oynter I Bul,, , Johnctta, Mar. 11. Lloyd Allen and dress of Brush , was at homo last Saturday and ventory, Monday. Miss Daisy Miss Lora Halo were married. Fob.!18 lock Is staying with Mrs. Joo Raw-lln1 Sunday. J. W. Mulllns and C. Llfck n,i;ar hcro' VMny on ofrlclnl h"of Burning Springs. J. T. 29th. at tho homo of tho brldo. Wo -Tho Mooro made n trip to Wolchburg last ml?rt tn,ldrcIs!fJ Allss Hattlo Neaco of Boonevlllo has wish them much happlness.-B- orn to ,h U. Hornsby has been 'Mooro and Co. ran several hundred Friday. Dr. W. 8C,100, ftt Cow Crrck for ,7IW' faw cross ties to tho Livingston market Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Abney, March In Burning Springs tho last Tal U,a kford wtts vI"- - 'remainder of tho Urnu-- B. A. Gab- ',0 Childress re- C. 1'. Mooro Ub, a glrl.-Ge- orgo days. Thomas Shock nnd Delia during tho last tide. V on business tho contly moved tc his farm which ho ' Boono ' ,7 bard, merchant of Cow Crock, was Glenn, both of WcKcc, were married was In this vicinity a fow days last week. A. D. hero, Friday, Inspecting railroad ties. Shell past week. Tho six days sale of W. bought from Grant Smlth-S- oll at Uio bride's homo last Thursday. Levctt was visiting Win. Gadd. Sun Samuel Wilson, Sr., of Cow Creek Hon James who has boon sick tor somo time is day, Miss Sudlo Baker gavo a party at her K. Jonos was a success. who Is quite 111 with measles. was here, Tuesday, on business. Everyone II. Moore has returned homo. Tho slowly Improving. Ho was taken to II. T. Chastccn was In Boone ono homo last Saturday night. II. Gabbard, Sr., and family left, Sat now firm of Dunlgan Bros, will do tho Glbscns at Richmond a few days day lost week on business. who was there reported a flno timo. urday, for Conway, whero he bought business at tho Jones property tho ago. Larkin Abncy's llttlo boy, AlISAACS IHSl'UTANTA a farm nnd will make his home. H. rest of tho year. Mrs. Dona Morgan bert, Is very sick with pneumonia. Disputnntn, Mar. 9. W. S. Shear- - W. Beckncll of Boonevlllo was here, Isaacs, Mar. 10. Mrs. Lucy Bishop went to Annvlllo last week to attend lnd., Is visiting her of Seymour, Thursday, on business. Rev. D. G. tho wedding of her sister, "Miss Jenfather, J. O. Allen. Mr. Allen's bro- ny Mcdlock, to Mr. Jack Halcomb of a Combs, of Morcucad, Is holding ken leg is doing very well, but ho Wolchburg. protracted meeting at Boonevlllo this has taken bronchitis which Is giving week. Finley Bowling sold Wm. Gab LUCY him somo trouble. H. C. Davis had bard of Buffalo Creek fifty bushels Lucy, Mar. 4. Tho Grassy Spring a sprouting, Friday, and got a big Church has called tho Rov. A. J. Balof corn for fifty dollars. R. W. Mlnday's work done. Mrs. Jane York langer and the Rev. Hazo Smith to ter Is selling books this week. D "When ye sec a man in woe will soon have in a nice lot of ladles' havo G. Reynolds of Eversolo reports that Walk right up and say hello, chargo of tho church for tho hats. Call and seo her. Caleb. Cope year, tho first Saturday in every ho has caught seven minks, nineteen Say hello and how d'ye do, is building a new dwelling houso on skunks, two coons, and fifty opossums How's the world you; month being tho regular church day. tho Pond Creek road near C. Cope's this winter. He has also bought and Slap the feller on the back, Born to tho wife of Martin Conlln, G. A. Settle is erecting a shop. shlped over seven hundred furs this Bring your hand down with a whack, a fine boy whoso namo is Jimmy. new dwellng houso on R. E. Taylor's winter. John Gabbard of Cow Creek Walk right up and don't go slow, Leo W. Recco of Shirley Is moving land. Mrs. John Baldwin, who has to Panda to sell goods for his son, sold Dan Callahan a horso for $115. Grin and shake and say hello! been on tho sick list for some time, Rhoads Hall bought II. C. Gabbard's Robe. John and James Smith of Is he clothed in rags, Oil shot is better. Arch Baldwin has cleared Shirley, tho spokemen, aro doing a farm for $900 and Gabbard bought at Walk right up and say hello, 20 acres of new ground and rented it Conway. Revs. John Mason and Is good business. Clayton PIcrson is Rags is but a cotton roll to R. L. Davis and James Baldwin. aac Gabbard preached at tho college clearing a now ground near here. PRIVKTT Jest for wrapping up a soul. on Cow Creek last Thursday jitght. j M. M. Broughton of Brassflcld passed Any soul is worth a true Prlvctt. Mar. 7. Austin Madden ana John Combs of Evorsolo has bouKht Hale and hearty how d'ye do; his son, Victor, havo gono to Rich- and stayed ovor night with his a tract of land from Tllman Green. Don't wait for the crowd to go, mond to visit their relatives. Bob Mason and Wilder aro doing good brother, W. A. Broughton, a few Walk right up and say hello! Anderson has gone back to Lexington days ago. work hero with their gasollno englno where ho will be employed for Quito and grist mill. UREKN HALL. When big vessels meet they say a while. Anco Peters from Booneri:iiwoimi Greenhall, Mar. 11. Wo havo had They salute and sail away. vlllo has been visiting his father and ivbworth, Mar. 10. Mrs. Lena Mays four weddings tho last week: Mr. Jest the same is you and me mother, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Peters. Isaac Smith to Miss Liza Cook, Mr. visited Miss Mattlo Hughes, SaturLonesome ships upon a sea, day afternoon. Miss Emily Cornctt J. N. Huff's children who have Sammle Flancry to Miss Elvira Kacli his own jog pneumonia are improving fast. C. H. and Mr. Prlco Marcum wero married, For a port beyond the fog. Mr. Dixon of McKeo to Miss Cook, a hardware salesman, left, Mon Lucy M. Lucas of Greenhall, and Mr. Feb. 29th, at tho home of tho brlda-grooLet yer speakin' trumpet blow day, for Owsley County. Born to Mr. Mack Crank to a Miss Moore. W. N. Tho Sunday School ot Cross Lift your horn and cry Hello! Roads Is prospering. Mr. Prlco Gaband Mrs. D. S. Smith, a flno girl. Hughes has sold his farm at GreenSay hellol and liow d'ye do, A. L. Cook Is ablo to be out again. bard of Idamay nttended tho Sunday hall to Carter Mahaffey. Ho will Other folks are good as you; Hammle Farmer has purchased a new leave Greenhall tho last of tho year. School at Cross Roads and was tho organ. Tho farmers are getting very guest of Miss Alpha Cornctt, When ye leave yer home of clay, Mr. C. E. Vcnablo who went to London badly behind on account of tho bad Wandcrin' in the far away, Wilson Mays and Mr. Claude Isaacs to havo a trial in tho Stato Court When yc travel across the strange weather. Grant Fry has been visit- for the cmbezelmcnt attended a social at Buck Creek. of money beCountry t'other side the range, ing friends and relatives in this longing to tho Sieger Sewing Mr. and Mrs. Sam Judd visited Mr. vicinity. Several peoplo from this Isom Mays, Saturday night. Tho Then the folks ye've cheered'll know Co. was sentenced to tho State Who YOU be, ami say Hello!" placo attended tho Johnson sale. Messrs. David Kates and Leonard Penitentiary for from 1 to 5 years. CLOVKK BOTTOM Cornott wero tho guests ot Miss MarFood is tho scarcest It ever has been tha Hughes, Monday evening. Undo since 18G1 around Greenhall. Tlco Clover Bottom, Mar. 11. Stevo Abraras Is very low and his Hornsby and Frank Hicks of Nathan-to- n LAUBEL COUNTY Major recovery Is very doubtful. VIVA wero at Greenhall this week on Viva, Mar. 10 Nearly everybody Cruzo has been sick with lagrippo tho business. Chester Flanery had a past week, but Is somo bettor. John flno cow to get foundred on corn, Aunt Cottlo Chastcen has been very cr Js no better. Albert Hart Is still at this placo attended court at London Smith whllo going to visit his daugh- Thursday, nnd die. C. A. Mlnter Is poorly all winter. Sbo is getting sick. O. AI. Payne's eyes aro giving this week. Miss Etta Jones attended ter, Lucy Dean, Sunday, camo near very olek. W. N. Hughes and son very old. Mrs. Gabncy of Richmond hlrn a great deal of trouble. Tbo Dr. tho birthday dinner given In honor getting his leg broken. His mule havo a wonderful big trado on mer- Is going to bo with hor son for a was called to sco him last week. ot Miss, Bertha Klnscr at London, slipped on a slick rock and fell on chandise this muddy weather. They while. Mrs. William Young Is very j The bad weather Is retarding farm Mar. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Puyno. Into had 26,000 pounds of goods hauled thl sick. Sho waa taken to Richmond work In this neighborhood. Robert siwnt tho day with tho family of Mr. him. Tom Purvis Is moving is week from Idamay. M. C. Hughes Saturday to soo tho Drs. Gibson. Sho Shearer cut his foot very badly, yes-I- s Stevo, Sunday. Thomas Mooro and tho I. F. Dean property which trday. Sill Shearer caught two son, Luther, passed thru hero last known as tho Halo property. Born and Nancy Hughes wero tho welcome suffcrlnc with throat trouble. u'Is wook. Robert Abnoy at week on their way homu from East to Mr. and Mrs. Sid VanWInklo, a guests of their son at Greenhall, Llttlo Albert Shell Is visiting his I flno boy. James Mooro and family Thursday. M. C. Hughes has return grandmother, Mrs. Jack Ballingcr, at tended court at Richmond last wcok. Rorustadt. They stopped with thslr J. J. Martin sold his farm on tho cousin, Ellas Simpson, for tho night. of this placo visited W. A. Broughed from Richmond, whore ho has beeni present. J. W. Chastccn has enlarg Born to Mr. and Mrs. Taulby Mil ton of Grassy Springs, Saturday and visiting his brother. Hardy, who was ed his store hcusc. Henry Abney Scaffold Cano road. Tho now tele- st Sunday. Hallle Abrams has lost 7 shct a short tlmo ago. Ho reports and wlfo visited friends at Clear Creeli phono lino is not completod yet ler a fow daysago, a flno boy. His ,nK t0 1110 bal weather. sheep In tho last few days. James him to bo Improving. namo Is Prestou. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Saturday and Sunday. W. H. Flancry Mooro havo returned to their homo Powell and son aro planning to go to has moved Into his now house. Mr. Johnctta, Mar. 6. Wo nro having OWSLEY COUNTY ' Ohio In a fow days. C. J. Abncr visat Tyner after an extended visit In boonkvii.i.k Jesse Plcrson's llttlo girl has tho somo vory bad wctthcr. J. W. lsta ited relatives in Rockcastle. County, measles. Robert Cook sold his year who was working In tho ccal mln?s Boonevlllo, Mar. 1. Born to Mr. an Laurel, Rockcastlo and Madison Ccun- Sunday. Aunt Jennie Azblll, while old horso to Leonard Cook for $60. hurt his back. Ho Is Improving slow- - (Mrs. Milton Thackcr, a flno girl. tles. Ellas Simpson and Master Geo. going to Thos Click's last Saturday ly. Mrs. Louise Balllnger's llttlo Ttrry Estcp has put a phono In for M. Jones visited at Tyner and Mildred ROCKCASTLE COUNTY grandson, Albert Shello, has been vis- William Hall. Simeon Frost night to see Mrs. Click who was sick, has re- last week. Will Mooro who Is stayORLANDO was seriously hurt by her horse hangTho turned homo on a visit from Ohio ing at East Bcrnstadt at present Orlando, Mar. 2. James Alien of iting her for tho past week. ing his foot and falling. H. N. Dean Big Is progressing nicely. whero ho haa been for somo tlmo. sicnt tbo day with relatives hero, Stone Gap, Va., who has been Sunday School lost a nice owe, Saturday night. Mrs. L. A. O. Govannah has como Mrs. I. C. Raraey Is sick. Tho Rev. Monday. Mr. ond Mrs. Walker Genvisiting hero for some time was found eon, T. B. Stratum nnd tho Rov. E. K. try havo been visiting at Pino Hill. CAIUCO dead in bed at the homo of his son, to spend a fow weeks with her Carlco, Mar. 11. There was a largo Samuel, Thursday morning. He was U. A. O. Govcnnah. 'Mrs. Robocca Young havo boon preaching nt South They returned homo Saturday acAbney visited her father, Saturday Boonovlllo Church, and Ray Wilson companied by their niece, Miss Matt tide In the river hero last week and burled In tho Flat Rock cemetery. was baptized Sunday evonlngr Tho Griffin. a great many tics went to market. Miss M. T. Singleton Is much Interest- until Wednesday. UAULKV. Rot. G. D. Combs will begin a proUncle Frank Colo Is very sick. Mrs. ed In tbo millinery business this ESTILL COUNTY WAOKHHVII.l.K Fanny Jones Is planning to go to spring. Mrs. Magglo Jordan has been Gauley, Mar. 8. Tho llttlo child tracted meeting at the Christian Wagersvlllo, Mar. 11. Mrs. Anna Hamilton, 0 the 22rd, to join her very sick for tho past week. Frank of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Robertson foil Church, Friday evening. Mrs. Ida husband. John Summers has gone Mulllns of Snider was hero on busi Into a kettle of soap and was badly Dean and Miss Mabel Gay of Mistlo-to- o Kellcy wont to her- - homo at Clays havo been visiting relatives hero. Ferry, Monday, aftor several days' to Winchester to havo a part of his ness, Thursday. II. L. Smith Is in burned. Undo Irvcn Miller la very Mrs. Alba Murroll and Miss visit with hor mother, Mrs. Kato Wilsaw mill repaired. Married, tho 7th very poor health. Mrs. 'Maggie Las-we- ll sick with spinal trouble Miss Nel-ll- o relatlvos at Pleas- son,' who Is very sick. Jim Warford Bullock !b sick. W. M. Brumett Tilllo visited of this month, Frank Colo to Miss is spending this .week with Junto Angel. We wish them a long friendB In Richmond Blgo Wood of Is sufforlng with rheumatism. Ellsha ant Green last Saturday and Sun- who has been In school at Bcrcti is of Conwuy was in this vicinity. Wednes Mulllns died, tho 28th of Feb W. C. day. Charllo Hcrndon has just ro- - vlsltlug relatlvos horo. Mr. Ermlnu and happy life. Gcorgo Cole Hamilton, O., Is visiting his father, day. Corn Is soiling at ono dollar McDanlcl's children of East Bcrnstadt turned from Egynt whero ho has beon Broughton ot Richmond Is visiting visiting hlo fathor-ln-laJohn 'relatives hero. Robert Wagers wnB W. F. Cole. Andy Tlncher Is moving pcr bushel. BUI Anglln who has been aro with their grandfather, J. C. BulFields has returned from California, tho guest of his sister, Mrs. Ambrose week. Robinson's old resldenco. to R. N. a student In the L. and N. office has lock, this II. II. Rico will niovo West In May. ! Wilson, Saturday night nnd Sunday. Gauley, Mar. 6. Ellsha Mulllns who Born to Mrs. Ella Hays, a flno girl. completed his study and returned Bon and Florence Estcp will inovo Mrs. J. B. Kelly Is sick. Mrs. A. has boon sick tcr tho past fow weeks, Her name Is Georgio. Press Colo is homo. visiting friends here. Ho lives at died Feb. 2Sth. Ho Is survived by his to tho country in a fow days Lily K. Scrlvncr continues very sick. OOOCIILAMD stayed, Goochland, Mar. 10. Rov. James wlfo and eight children, fcur sons Ramsey la visiting tho Neaco family Misses Anna and Lula Warford wero Franklin, O. F. Cornelius Saturday night, with S. R. Roberts. Lunsford of Dreyfus filled bis regular and four daughters. Mrs. Green Cab-ba- this wook. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Camp- - tho guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. Jno. Kelly, has roturnnd from Mt. Vornon boll ot Perry County aro hero on a Sunday. Mrs. S. Land of Irvlno Is Ho was on his way to Livingston appointment at Sycamore last SaturB. visiting her daughter, Mrs. J, visit this week. with a lot of tics. Married, tho 29th day and Sunday. Tho bad weather Is whero sho consulted a physician. Wngors. Quito a number of peoplo iucktown of Feb, Ewel Colo of Hamilton, Ohio, causing the farmers to get behind Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cotton, Rtcetown, Mar. 9. C. T. Sanders, from this place atended court at to Miss Nora Prlco of Parrot. Thoy with their work. 'Mat and Geo. Par- - a flno girl, Feb. 2Cth. Lewis Hampsheriff ot Owsloy County, was vino, Monday. started for Hamilton, O., the first 'kcr are planning to move to Ashland, ton has hay, oats and corn to sell; East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else lit ROYAL BAKING POWDER Butler, Flour, it,ivill Most I i qj Absolutely Puro I Economizes I ,.. I Eggs; makes the food more appetizing nnd wholesome n I -i, rdoy The only Baklnrj Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar lo cs ... T 7 7,7 'J ( gas MADISON COUNTY KINOSTON ,l " ' Say, Hello! Kingston, Mar. St. Mrs. Louisa UnzeUood of Mote In sending this wwk with her daughter, Mrs. Cam ltwls. C'honter Pnrks who has Ucn very 111 for tho paBt four weeks Is Improving. Mrs. Brack Maupln spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Alex Parrlsh, of Richmond. Mrs. C. Lamb left, Monday, for Lour-- 1 County where she will visit relatives for tho next two weeks. Bill Burns who was sent to tho lixlntton uilnm about nine months ago, died, March sin. Ho wns brought homo and'burl-e- d lu tho lllot Knob cemetery. He Is survived Gab-bar- d, Ma-cbl- sick. .Mrs. Maud Sottlo of Ixilnr. ton Is visiting her imrents. Mr. mi Mrs. Rolllo Riddle rrhn Eva Lewis. Fairy Settle, fii.,1 oil and Mr. and Mrs. Mav Lain nnf II and Mr. and Mrs Mav Lain m Sunday, at tho homo of Miss Lydla Young. Dan Maupln spent, Saturday and Sunday with hs sister, Mrs. Alex urnsn, or Illchmond. IIKI III I.I, Big Hill, Mnr. 11. Phllln who two weoks ago went hemo with tils sister who lives in Lexington has returned. Dirt ronds here nro alimvit impassable. Tho pikes ore verv b,l Miss Dcsslo VanWInklo frr.m Uck has beon siiendlnc a faw rtnvM with Mr. nnd Mrs. Dr. Bettlo n,l other of this idaa--. Kllnh. who has IxH-- very sick with a cough Is well and ablo to work again. U-Hayes' farm Is still advertised In thn Citizen. This is n good bargain for some ono. Rev. J. W. Parsons fill ed his regular up)olntincnt at Illot Knob church last Saturday and Sunday. Ho also preached at Pilot Knob Bihool house, Frldny and Saturday nlght-T- ho second Saturday In April n mo tlmo to call tho pastor and moderator for tho year of 1912. Mrs. Ester Haley who has rvcontly moved to tho J. II. Richardson property haa been down with lacrlnw. but Is somo better now. Camel Nealy and wlfo hnvo moved to the old Robinson toll gate placo. children who hnvo our deepest sympathy. Buck Stivers, ono of tho old. est citizens of this vicinity, is very by his wife nnd soveral ui.. !.. Hr. iin HEALTHGRAMS ow-la- oien grave." "Warm rooms have klllod mere peo plo than over frozo to death." "A stiff drink makes tho stomaclfl warm, but tho skin cold." patent medicines as you would a pestilence.'' "An ojKin window Is better than an "Avoid WMW OWN WebsterS New International Dictionary TloN( It 1. THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? 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