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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 21, 1012 Knowledge U power and pie way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XIII. Fivo cents copy. bno Dollnr a year. No. 88 "SOWING THE WIND" Tho students' Roosevelt Cluh held a meeting to which citizens wore invited in the Upper Chapel on Monday night. Wo regret to say that the spirit of this meeting tviin not such an to protnoto party harmony or niako for party success, or to enlighten any one upon the grent principles at stake in tho coming convention. The chief address was largely devoted to impugning tlio motives of those Republicans who favor the of Taft. Mr. Roosevelt has pledged himself to support Taft if the latter is nominated, but Mr. Roosevelt's furious supporters aro fast bringing about a state of affairs in which utiited support of any candidate will bo impossible. The accusation that certain Republicans support the President for tho sake of tho offices he can give them has no moro foundation than would belong to a similar charge against the supporters of Mr. Roosevelt. Wo should wish to apologize if we nero ever so inconsiderate as to thus accuse and wound our fellow Republicans. FERTILIZERS Globe, Equity, Mt. Pleasant Now ready for delivery at the lowest prices at W1 SJ7 mmmnrnm " Clothing, Shoes, Men's Furnishings AT REASONABLE PRICES R. R. COYLE BEREA, THREE GREAT FEATURES Tho Citizen KENTUCKY Bill, which is now before Congress, prohibiting interstate commerce in intoxicating liquors, and commented at length upon the bill, urging all friends of the measure to write (o their congressmen and senators. On Feb. 39th we again commented upon the measure. Since these editorials were published, our attention has been called to the fact that Congressman Hobson has introduced a resolution in the Mouse of Representatives pioposing an amendment to the constitution prohibiting the manufacture for sale and importation for sale of beverages containing alcohol. Both the Hobson resolution and the Sheppard-KenyoDill arc now being considered by appropriate committees, and we urge again that the friends of temperance communicate immediately with their congressmen and let their convictions be known That united action may be secured and the matter facilitated Mrs, Hyland, who is stopping with President and Mrs. Frost and who is very much interested in temperance legislation, has left forms of petitions favoring both the measures in the Citizen Office. We hope that friendsof the measures will call and affix their signatures. n INTERSTATE COMMERCE IN LIQUORS On Feb. ist we published the complete text of the Kenyon-Sheppar- d CHRISMAN'S MAN" "THE FURNITURE OF NEWS THE WEEK IN OURJWN STATE tho 29th. which will bo lu Kvery cno within reach ot any point where this train stops should not fall to so tho exhibits and hear A night session will tho bo given to Hcrea and both tho nnd lower Chaiels will bo used. This farmer's course on wheels marks thu beginning of a new agricultural era In Kentucky. It Is In Hun with educational movements in tho northwest which havo practically doubled thu valuo ot farm Ik-reup-ti- er presents to Its renders three great features tills week. Thu first, oc pego 3, Is a summary Attempt to Assassinate King of Chibetter In Mexico ot tlio work of thu Legislature which No Settlenese Situation Critical has just adjourned, lot each reader ment in Sight In English Strike. look through thu Met and seo what his representative or senntor has done, KING OF ITALY FIRED UPON and also acquaint himself with tlio Tho King of Italy was shot at new lnwH. threo times last Thursday while ridAnd l'rof. Clark's discussion of ing In an open carrlago to attend u Intensive, Arming Is worthy of men- memorial service for his father. Tho tion. This paper, whllo really con- King etcaped unhurt, but ono ot tho nected with tho ono last week, Is guards was seriously wounded. Tho complete In Itself, showing under would-b- o assassin declared that ho eight hrada what wo need to do In was an'' Individual anarchist, opposed Kentucky to niako our farms and to nil government. farming profitable. IN MEXICO Lastly, wo call special attention ta, Thero are rumors of moro trouble a description of tho farm Hpeclal train In tho southern part ot Mexico, tho hojHs of peaco that wero cntertnln-e- d for a fow days seeming to bo groundleKs. However, on tho wholo tho Government has conditions better In hand than ten days ago. CHINESE SITUATION News from China has beeu rather meagru this week. Peking was threatened the latter purl ot last week by an Invasion of ton thousand Moliam-moda- n fanatics under General Shin Yuan. Up until Saturday thu .situation was still critical, and It wus announced from Washington that threo big cruisers bad been dispatched to WORLD NEWS A RECKLESS PEOPLE Taft Far in the Lead Judicial Decis- Last Hours of the Legislature Mc Creary's Monument Chlnn for ion "Recalled" in Virginia Admiral Congress in the 8th "Recalling" Melville Dies The Maine Finds a Legislation What It "Near" New Tomb The President In New EngMemorial to Capitol too Small land Mexican Trade Dr. Wiley Lincoln's Mother, Resigns. HOW THEY STAND all ono way so far, President Toft to data having a total of 135 Instructed votes, whllo Mr. Roosevelt has only tho votes of tho Oklahoma delegation and ono from New Mexico, a total of 15. Tho North Dakota primary, held, Tuesday, resulted In a victory tor LaFolletto. Tho most serious blow to tho contention of tho Roosevelt adherents so far Is tho result of tho primary in Indianapolis and adjoining counties last week, which went overwhelmingly for President Taft. This would seem to Indicate that not all of "tho pcoplo'' everywhere are for Mr. Roosevelt'. Italy-Condi- tions CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE the Philippines, thus strengthening tho naval forces of thu United States In caso of emergencies. FIRST FAGE Editorials. In Our Own SUte. News ot the Woek. World Nowb. Farewell to '.Urn. l'utnnin. SECOND PAGE General News. Sunday School Lesson. Summary of legislation, FOURTH PAGE Local Newt. FIFTH PAOB Farming. Eight Things Wo must learn. Farm Special Train. SIXTH PAGE Serial Story. IntcDBlvo 8EVENTH PAGE Poultry Notes. Sermon. IVmiiernnca Notes. EIGHTH PAOE College workers havo been better known or moro widely appreI NUGGETS FROM DIFFERENT MINES ciated than Mrs. Kato Urner Putnam, who camo to llcrea as bead of tho A long faco la not a passport to Normal Department which was Just In nven. beginning, after long suspension, jn About tho only troubles that ever I ISOo. Sho has also taught lu Homo 'cuum slnglo aro fussy old maids, or j sour old bachelors. Steum has been defined as a buck-iof water In a tremendous persplr-- I Few u. ENGLISH STItIKE SITUATION Renewed efforts on tho part of tho Government to adjust tho difand ferences between tho strikers tho coal operators Is confessed to bo ;i dismal failure. Tho strlko has been on now for more than two weeks and Incalculable damagu to business hns been done and much Buffering resulted. So far thero has been no disorder, however. The American people are known the world over as a reckless people reckless in two respects. In the first place, it is charged that they are most indifferent to the value of human life and consequently there is a waste of life from easily preventable causes; death from the preventable diseases, reckless driving of automobiles, bad management of the railroads, carelessness of railroad employes, and, what is worse still, the purposeful taking of human life, in which the United States has a record surpassing Spain and Italy. The other respect in which recklessness is not only charged against us but proved is in the matter of the destruction of property by fire. Here arc some of the figures: Fire losses in the United States are nearly ten times what they are in Germany, amounting in the United States and Canada together in 1911, to $234,337,250,0 for the United States, $2.51 per capita against 33c in Europe. If the cost of prevention be added to the loss, the figures come up to $450,000,000. To this must be added a total of five thousand killed and fifty thousand injured as the result of these fires. During 1911 an educational campaign was carried on throughout the Union, the aim of which was to put before the people so thoroughly the cause's of fires and the methods of prevention that the year 1912 might mark a great reduction in these losses. But for January of the new year the loss averaged a million dollars a day or 50 per cent more than for the same month last year. These figures are appalling and ought to be sufficient to cause an awakening when it is remembered that fire loss is an irreparable loss. Although it may be covered by insurance, insurance only means a distribution of the burden of loss, while in reality the destruction of property and other valuables by fire is so much forever taken out of the sum total of the wealth of the country. The difference in loss in this country and in Germany is accounted for by the rigid laws in the latter country, which provide for a careful investigation to fix the responsibility and adequate penalties which, in many instances, place the burden of the loss upon the persons found to be responsible. This accounts for a low percentage of loss there. At the same time the high percentage in this country is attributed to what is called our insistence upon "personal freedom" the freedom, for instance, to smoke a cigarette or cigar wherever we please and to cnrelessly throw away a burning match. Of 4,234 known causes of fire in Chicago last year, 1,121 were due to the careless use of matches. Verily, the price of American conceit is too high. FAREWELL TO MRS. PUTNAM It Is DEATH DIED NATURAL session ot tho Legislature camo to an end last Wednesday at 1:30 a. ni. Its last hours were rather stormy, Senators Hogg and Eaton conducting a filibuster to prevent a chango In tho 23rd, 25th and 33rd Judicial dlsrlcts. However, tho unanimous verdict. Is that death was duo to natural causes, the expiration of tho alJ lotted three scoro days. Tho OF JUDICIAL DEOIS-ON- S IN VIRGINIA As tho Judge In tho Hillsville, Va., Circuit Court was sentencing a prisoner, ono of a notorious gang known as tho Allen gang, last Thursday, twenty members of tho gang roso In tho court room with their revolvers and shot to death tho Judge, Thornton L. Massie, William Foster, tho Commonwealth's Attorney, Sheriff, L. L. Webb, and one ot tho Jurors. After all tho of fleers of the court wero killed, tho gang backed out of the building and fled to tho mountains, whero thoy aro now surrounded In a strong position, by state. troop3 and detectives, according to tho latest reports. This terrible Instance, coupled with tho sending of a bomb to a Now York City Judge, ought to bo food for serious thought to all thoso RECALL NEW COUNTY Govornor, last Tuesday, put e on his own monument the when ho signed tho bill creating a new county out ot parts of Pulaski, Whitley and Wayne. It Is to bo Mc-- v Croary County, of course, and makes tho 120th In the state. Tho cap-ston- ANNOUNCES FOR CONGRESS IN THE 8th. Tho Redisricting' Bill, ono of tho products of the recent session of tho Legislature, placed Casey and Adair Counties In tho 8th District and took Rockcastlo out and Joined it to tho 11th. That looks a Uttlo bit llko a gerrymander slnco Rockcastlo Is tho only real Republican County In tho District. Colonel Jack Chlnn ot Mercer County announced his candidacy on tho 15th to succeed Congressman Helm In tho 8th District. "RECALLING" LEGISLATION Strong protest is going up from all over tho stato against Senato Bill No. 5G, which was passed during tho last hours of tho session In a rush, and was designed, though In Its titlo It professes otherwise, to elim- throughout tho country who aro denouncing tho courts and sowing tho seeds of disrespect for tho real bulwarks ot stable constitutional government, AGED ADMIRAL DIES ntlou. Tho man who can smile and won't jdo It cheuts others and robs himself. A blush on tho cheek la not tho roso but It's tho next i sumo as a red thing to It. Hetter llvo In a house without windows than In ono without books. ! year. Faculty, students and citizens havo bten oppressing their good-wiin various ways. In particular tho Aca domy Department In Its famous dtn mg room gavo her and tho young ladles of tho department a special dlniur last Tuesday night. Jack Jm- rlo was tho presiding officer and many happy speeches wero made. In rcsponso to many requests a poem to the Academy girls not original which was read by Pres. Frost, U printed herewith. It shows tho lt and' teach ono or two classes nsxt inate tho tuberculin test for cattle. Tho Women's Clubs of tho stato and tho Stato Board of Health aro back of tho movement urging tho Governor to veto tho bill, and a hearing will bo given thorn and tho defenders of tho bill today. WHAT IS "NEAR?" Tho bill prohibiting tho selling of liquor within four hundred feet of University ' at Lexington Kontucky nnd tho two Normal Schools was signed by tho Governor tho 14th. In Continued on Rear Admiral Georgo V. Melville, pioneer Arctic explorer and Inven-tlv- o genlu3 died at his homo in Philadelphia, tho 22nd. Admiral Melville was on tho retired list, but up until a fow days before his death (CoiitlnurU on 1'agc Wvt) rue I'lve UNDERFEED HEATING SYSTEM The Best Heating Apparatus on The Market at The Present Time Over 10,000 Installed In three years throughout the United States. The recent period of severe cold weather was a trying one for every heating .system. All my Installations proved to be equal to the occasion. If you want a heating system that save over f mn your coal one-hal- Ideals of womanhood which Mrs. Editorials. Fly Time. To Our Correspondents. Finish Something. Putnam has upheld. THE BERJCA ACADEMY GIRL A practical, plain young girl: Not ycting girl, A poetical posy, A ruddy and rosy, A helpcr-of-sel- f young girl. afrald-ol-the-ra- ln I MARCH 26, 1912 regret it. The classical overtures, the popular hits of the day and the beautiful solos are sure to please everyone. The opportunity of hearing a great cornet soloist is not often afforded to Berea people, so do not miss the one chance of hearing Mr. Ross Hickernell, the world famed corns UsL. Admission 10 and 15 cents. Doors open at 7:00. Program 7:30 Is the time when the College Band will give its annual concert in the Chapel. This is to be one of the leading musical treats of the year, and those who miss it will have cause to Mrs. K. U. Putnam voiine pirl: young girl ; A toiler serene, A life pure and clean. A prlnresi-of-peac- e young girl. A nevcr-wllMa- bill; One that requlrer less attention than any other; One that keeps your home at an even heat; One that keeps your rooms warm In the morning without attention throughout the night; One that eliminates Smoke, Soot and Clinkers; One that will not burn the fire-por grates; Is Science, and In tho Academy. Sho a has been a very posltlvo force for Improves every hour, No sickly suntlower, tho last fivo years. In earlier years A young girl. sho was a conductor of teachers Institutes In Kentucky and West Vir young girl; No Imlulger-ln-blue- s young girl; ginia. Not a bang on her brow, For sonic years Mrs. Putnam has To fraud not a bow, been doing only part work, and on She's a young girl. tho advice ot her physician sho now Not a young girl; rest, Not a retires to enjoy a young girl; though it la hoped sho may return Continued on I'sgc Klvr e reader-of-trash well-earn- A young girl; young girl; the one that makes possible the above desirable qualities. Present users will back up every claim I make. There will he more Underfeeds Instilled during 1912 than any previous year. He sure that you have one for the future. They pay for themselves. Made for either Hot Water, Steam or. Hot Air Heating. Hooklets and names of users In this locality upon request. THE UNDERFEED v HENRY LENGFELLNER Office Jackson St., rear of Main. Phone 7 or 181. Page Two. THE CITIZEN. REBEL LEADERS ARE CHRISTIANS J W. HARVEY WRITES TO HIS SON IN LEXINGTON ABOUT CHINESE UPRISING. DIED IN ALASKA. LawrcnccburR. Relatives of J, W. Hnnly, nt one tlmo n citizen of this place, vlio heard that ho had died, March 21, 1912. ANARCHIST'S SHOTS The Citizen A ESCAPES WNAT10NAL family newspaper for all that It right true and Interesting. rubllrtin! vay Thursday at Demi, Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO. IniorwnvtvO) i. P. Faulkner, Editor ard Manager. Subscription Rates rATADIB IN ADVAKCK. SAW 240 SICK AND WOUNDED One ymr Jl.M tt Nix Mont)) 33 Thrw Month Says Soldiers Are for the Most Part Sii(t money by or TSiprcss Honey Ordor, Draft, HeglMvml lntr, or Well Armed and of Good Disciore nn two cent Mnloi'S. pline and Are Not Afraid your nnnrn on )o1k4 Th dato alter shows to wlmt tU your mitwrlrrtlon Is to Die. run rauuicvii niwn timv ui. ii it in Lexington. That America is now Chirm's Ideal nnd that SO per cent o the revolutionary leaders of that country nro Christians nre statements made In a letter written to tho Rev, J. W. Harvey of Transylvania Univer sity1 by his son, Dr. W. M. Harvey, medical missionary in China, who jinunnn OP with other American missionaries now following In tho wnke of the Chinese armies, giving aid to the wounded of both sides after their bat tle. Or. Harvey's letter, which gives nu Interesting vlow of the men nnd KENTUCKY I'llliSS ASSOCIATION. Ideas which tho revolution hns re cently brought to the front In that Sorao bachelors who protend to fear that they will be made leap year vic- country, is as follows: "Red Cross Station, Ku Chon, Jnn tims are merely throwing bouquets at 31, '12. Dear Father: We got here theisRelves. two days after two battles, the first Thero may be a dearth of $10,000 was n victory for 2,000 Imperialists men, as George Perkins says, but few ngalnst 200 revolutionists, the second men make It a practice to dodgo battle daw the Imperial forces driven $10,000 Jobs. out of town, and to a point 30 miles s wfffcn afu- renewal notify u. Mfcslnjr nuimlH-r- s will bo gliully BUppHoJ If wo aro notliWtl. Fine imxnliurm chip, 4th new sirtv rf r1nton n.nl primp re rvowuls. Bimd for I'romJnm list. liberal term rrlvm to any one who ob- lain tiw sntacrrftlon for us. Any on remtltvH us Iwir yrarly siriiscrlrrtlotis ran roocdTo Tho Citizen free for hlrnswlf fur one year. AtlvortM3 nUf-- on application. the Phlllpplno about $10,000 In money on his person, havo succeeded In tracing Hnnly to Junonti, Alaska, near which point, they understand, ho was killed In n mlno nccldcnt nbout two yenrn ago. Renewed efforts to ascertain the vnltio nnd extent of Ilnnly's estate were Instituted by Representative Hnrvey Helm, lu behalf of sisters of Hanly who live nt f Ms As n i.nult receiving a lettor from J. W Gained, attorney for tho relatives of Hanly In Unwrcnceburg, Representative Helm wrote the secroUiry of the Interior asking government aid In Inquiring Into Ilnnly's financial Btattia nt the time he was reported to havo been killed, about two years ago. Accord Ing to the Iiwrotccbiirg advices Hanly forwarded to his sisters $5,009 a short time brforo his death, Relatives believe ho was worth $10,000, nnd probably more, at tho tlmo of his reported death. They havo been unable to get satisfaction through writing letters to Alaska, nnd It Is thought n government inquiry may develop facts now unknown. left Islands In 190S with nftrr havjm; SDNUfStM Lesson fny Depnrtinrnt. The Moody Hltlo stitute i( Clikncci.) R. O, flKM.KHH, IMroctnr nf nven-l- nf In- LESSON FOR MARCH 24. FEASTING AND FASTING. Otll.UKN TKXT "I cnm not to esll flio rtclitrous. but slniifrs." Mark 2:17. Levi Matthew, who calls himself by tho opprobrious tltlo of "the publican," represents that class of grafting patriots who through nil ages hav exemplified tho soven cardinal points of n politician, viz., "the two loaves and flvo fishes." Men who will weep over wntlmrntal patriotism and serve tho oppressor for profit. Hotter still, however, Matthew Is a type of conversion In that he left all and followed Jesus. No weeping, but rather great rejoicing tor ho mndo a fenst; no record of ho had great conviction, though enough to net at once upon Jesus' Invitation. It wns n brief, sudden call, but what vast results wero Involved. First a demonstration upon his part, secondly a demonstration upon the pnrt of Jesus, nnd lastly a record of tho life of the Master that has been termed the most Important Chronologically book ever written. this lesson follows that of last Sunday. In lake's account we nro tuld of tho feast Matthew prepared that ho might entertnln Jesus. Somo bollevo that Jesus began his work by trylug to win the Jews through teaching in their synagogues and that, receiving him or not, he turns to those outsldo of the circle of the scribes nnd the Pharisees. He that as It may, wo know they murmured greatly thnt this rnhbl Mhould consort with publicum aud lth sinners. Came to Call Sinners. Jesus hfars of their complaint nnd his reply Is a fine bit of Irony rind rarcasm. "They that aro wholo hnvo no need of a physician but they thnt nre sick. You self righteous Pharisees, why do you complain If you nrn all right and these bo all wrong, why then not let me minister to thos that need mo?" At the same time Jesus utters one of his greatest and most comforting sayings, "I came not to call the righteous but sinners." Jesus chooses one of their own social outcasts to write tho only distinctly Hebrew account of bis life: one who had boon faithful as a business man to bo a leader and historian; ono willing to renounce nil, say fare well to ambition and follow him. Following this, the disciples of John the Ilaptlst and of tho Pharisees aro fasting and they observe that the disciples of Jesus aro not so engaged. They came to Jesus with the question nnd his reply Is a perfectly logical one. "Why should they fast, am I not with thcmT" "Do you fast nt your weddings while the bridegroom Is prec-ent- r' Tho day Is to come, however, when ho Is to bo taken tiway, then tbero hball bo times for fasting. Jesus has feasted with "many when the bridegroom returns ho will sit down with many publlcnnB nnd sinners In glory whom bo has associated with In order that ho might save them. Are we following his example? If so, let us be sure wo do It from the same motive. The ' disciples of John did the right thing to bring their perplexities lo Jesus. ! Ho answers their question as wo havo seen and wo arc now In tho day bo mentions when thero Is n placo for fasting. Jesus teaches us In his rcf-- ' erence to tho wlno bottles (leather sacks which could bear but ono stretching process due to fermentation of the wine), thnt wo aro to bo new creatures In him and must leave the old life and habits. Wo are not to mako patchwork of this now Gospel and the old law. His Work That of Physician. There aro two difficulties thus pres sented lu this lesson; first, that should hold fellowship with thoso properly not of his clrclo or social standing for he wns a rnhbl or teacher, and, secondly, that ho did not nor s did his disciples observe fasting. admits the character of tho ho kept, but his reply wns, "I came for this purpose to call not tho rlgliU'ouH but tho unrighteous." Ills work wns to bo that of n Physician. He assumes that his authority is not of man but ot God, und that this ministry Is to bring Joy. Jesus had emptied himself that ho might como and when ho was to leavo thero It would bo tlmo enough for his disciples to fast. Jesus was not merely ono who enmo io tench a system of ethics n llttlo hlglicr than the prophets. Jesus Is moro than a good man or even a holy man; ha Is the Great Physician, able to heal both body and soul, a ! I Je-tuJo-surom-pany I.KHHON THXT-Mi- irk !:U-S- . 0- - ALLEGED DYNAMITE PLOT. Somo folk hold that the grizzly bear north. Have Seen 240 Sick. and the turkey trot are graceful and The two days we have been hero others are firm In the contention that we have treated 240 sick nnd they are disgraceful. wounded, Tho seriously wounded Philadelphia has a case whero the have been sent to mission hospitals, lady not only proposed but paid tho or to our temporary Red Cross hos enrfaro and the parson. Leap year pitals at Sing Hwal and Kwan. Tho Isn't so bad after all. foldlcrs arc fine men, very pollto to us and dead game. It is a pleasure to apFears that tho law will be associated with them. Tho gen ply to household servants are grounderal never bccs us without expressing less. Nothing on earth could lnduco his thanks for our willingness to Va them to work that long. bitterness' to help out his men. 'We remind him of Confucius' pro England may be mistress of the verb, 'Within the four seas all men seas, but that Is cold comfort to are brothers' and assure him it Is Queen Mary when she has one of her pleasure to help anyone. America Is attacks of seasickness. now China's ideal nnd, strange to say, Americans are doing very much It Is as pertinent a comment as any more than others to better the physi that not one of the 46 Immortals that have Just been listed ever saw their cal condition of the men. "We havo a lot of literature nnd names In the baseball news. Scriptures which we give to those The San Francisco thief who stole who read. They know that SO per the fence around a gravo evidently fail- cent of the revolutionary leaders pro ed to sco why the dead man should unrisunns, ana appreciate literature lu fact, they aro glad to get hold of have a fence to keep him la. something telling them of Christ. Is Always Ready. It Is said that 44.500 Icters And their "Today we will move north and try way every day Into tho dead letter office, and yet there Is no sign of a de- to get another peep at the crease In the number of bills we get. of Nanking. The old gentleman has been 'lounging around and suffering,' A Chicago professor has demonas Uncle Remus would say, there strated that tho smoke from a single long enough. He lives In a railroad cigar can kill C,000 germs. A cigar coach to which are hitched two en store' Is no place for a respectable gines, one facing the north and the germ. other tho south. He Is ready to go somewhere! to A Chicago professor proposes "The soldiers are for the most part give progressives lessons In oratory. well armed, well clothed' and well Hut has It not generally been supposod trained. Thousands of Cantonese, aro that the progressive orator was born, hero nnd they are regular demons In not made. battle. They say they are not afraid to die, but their business Is to kill Treasury officials are said to be tho enemy rather than look after In favor of the coinage of three cent About 10,000 of these pieces. If It will make money any themselves. more plentiful It has our hearty In- men are here and 90,000 moro on their way. Dr. Koumllng of Michigan dorsement. is with mo now. Dr. Shields is Just Tfco Wright brothers are Bald to below us opening up a new hospital. have developed a safe and sane aero- Drs. Moore and Crawford will be here plane, but we refuse to tako a soon. We have a staff of mission chance In one of them until wo have trained Chinese, the army has a medWe are fairly vrelt ical corps. been shown. equipped and manned to help the There are times when a Joke Is not wounded and sick." ten-hou- r Glasgow. The case of the Commonwealth vs. J. K. McFccla, charged with trying to kill Deputy Sheriff Trigg Knnls with dynamite at Park, this county, last April, Is on trial. Tho alleged attempted assassination of Knnlu was made by filling the thimble of n wagon wheel with dynamite. The thlmblo was burled end up near the Knnls home. A cap was placed In the explosive and a nail driven through a plank was placed Inside tho cap. Above this were a number of aid rails nnd wood arranged in n dend-fal- l tnshlon. To the trigger thnt held - the suspended wood was attached u long wire by which tho operator could stand 100 feet nway King Victor and pull tho trigger from under tho wood, letting It fall. After thedenth trap was arranged paper was hung on bushes to attract attention. When Knnlu went to his barn to feed he no HANGS BALANCE ticed the paper on tho busheB. and true to the belief of whoever set the trap, went to investigate. When ucar tho placo ho heard a fall nnd ho no MINERS' DEMANDS AGAIN REAMERICAN AND JECTED ticed the wire moving off through Urn woods. He charges tho followed it STRIKE SEEMS ASSURED. and saw the accused enter his home carrying tho wire. Ho returned to AFFECTED the place and later found the Infernal HALF A MILLION machine. Union Officials and Operators Say No PARENTS WISE TO YOUTHS. Louisville. On account of tho timely nrrivnl of two fathers prevented the marriage of Fletcher Dryant. 17 years old, of Clark Station. Ky.. and Florence Floyd, 16 years old. of Slmpsonvllle, Ky., nt Jcffersonvlllc Tho youth drove from tho girls' homo after telling her fnther they were go ing to church. Instead thry came to Concessions Will Oe Made Mora Out In Germany British Peace Conference Futile. New York. Whether or not 6l)U.UUU American miners will walk out is a question of gravo moment here at tills particular time. Tho conference of the anthracite operators and representatives of the United Mine Workers of America, at which the reasons for the dental ot the miners' demands were submitted by the committee ot ten operators, lasted Just long enough fur tho answer of tho operators to bo read. John P, Whlto, president of the miners, and his associates then asked to bo permitted to consider thu answer until Friday noon, wheD thero will be a further conference nt which fho miners will say whether they will submit a new proposal or strike. Following the conference the operators said they bad nothing to add to their answer nnd Insisted tbnt It loaves tho miners no alternative but work or strike. It la known tho heads of tho anthracite locals of tho United Mlno Workers will scarcely consent to a strike ir there Is peaco InVhe bituminous districts, whereas united action ot tho entire organization, claiming to control half a million miners, would bo Emmanuel, JURY FEDERAL MUST DECIDE PLEA JUDGE REFUSES OF PACKERS. Government Sustained on Every Point at Issue Defendants Gain Slight Respite. not return from church at the usual hour Papa Floyd telephoned Papa Dryant and ex pressed suspicion of on elopement. Tho fathers notified the police of Jeffcrsonvlllo to stop the marriage, Tho police, never did find the couple. who procured a license from Magistrate James S. Kegwln. They were Just about to be wedded when tho parents arrived on tho scene. Young Dryant had a t talk with Miss Floyd's father, but ho showed no sign of thaw. He took his daughter away. The Rryant boy was led by Dryant senior, who looked as It he still believes in spanking as a cure for most of the minor Infantile, ailments. heart-to-hear- Louisville. When they did their battle to obtain tho Chicago packers, who have been on trial for moro than three months beforo Federal Judge Carpenter, lost an Important poluL The rourt In ruling on n motion of attorney for the ten Indicted men that tho case be taken Irom tho .iVry's bands, denied tho plea and held that the trial must proceed. The court's action came after Attorney John S. Miller of counsel for tho packers bad made the final plea for hi clients. The packers gained n slight respite after the decision bad been rend when tho hearing wns continued. Attorney John S. Miller of counsel for tho packers obtained the continuance by declaring that tho defendants wore not prcpured to go .'.head. In Chicago. their liberty, 2,000 WOMEN STORM CAPITOL BI9 Army of Suffragettes In Washington Seeking Aid From Congress Speakers Are Eloquent. BCO.V FOR SENATOR. city's marital troubles are due to the mother-in-law- a Joke. A probation officer In New York holds that CO per cent, of that . MEETING CALLED OFF. ricking the ten most beautiful women Is a dangerous pastime. A young fellow named Paris onco changed tho map of tho world doing a stunt something like that A Pittsburg Judgo has enjoined a dog from barking. The courts have often attempted to muzzle- tho press, but this Is the first tlmo they have tried It on a dog. - 1 Reports that wolves havo resumed tho ancient pastlmo of chewing up hunters remind us that country as well as city folk, are afflicted with coal bills. Tho Harvard youth who lost $76,000 at roulette may feel the loss of bis money, but ho Is fully as popular among his fellow students as If ho had tnado the football team. s, Tho man who kicked about the cold weather a week ago Is now kicking about the slush. The weather man learned long ago that ho can't please all the people all the time. Customs ofllcials tell us that Americans Imported $17,000,000 worth of pictures from Paris last year. Evidently they mean that Americans paid $17,. 009,000 for pictures imported from Paris. Henderson. Eighteen operators lu district No. 23 came hero with tho purpose of arranging a scale of wages with tho United Mlno Workers' convention, in sessjon here. Tho operators and miners, though their representatives had agreed to hold a conference, reconsidered tho matter. President Itoll of tho mine workers learned from D. Stewart Miller that the operators desired a postponement of tho conference to somo date subsequent to tho adjournment of the convention, tho meeting to bo called by tho Joint scalo committee. This was agreed to by tho miners. President Roll charged that tho operators did not want to makp nny proposition until they knew "what our ammunition is." Tho reason that the operators gave for waiting was that there wcro somo local troubles to bo settled and that the operators nt these points were not In a humor to treat with the miners. A resolution that the mlno workers of. district No. 23 Indorse the Socialist party failed to carry. Her Artistic Eye. "I tometimes think," said Mrs. Up-slinwho was looking at a collection of family portraits, "that the pictures they tako nowadays aren't half as good as the old vagarlotypes they used to take 60 years ago." Frankfort. Friends of Leo Jones, a Franklin county farmer, member of tho Franklin county .board of control of the Hurley Tobacco Growers' society when that organization was In existence, started booming hlui to succeed W. E. Dowllng as a member of tho senate In 1914 from this senatorial district, composed of Franklin, Mercer and Anderson counties. For years tho cuBtom of rotating In the matter of electing senators from thu various counties In this district has been In vogue. Mr. Dowllng was named by the people of Anderson county and, according to custom, the peoplo of Franklin county will havo the naming of his successor. .Mr. Jones lives ut Swltzer, Franklin coun ty, and has never held public olllca before. He Is ono of the original men. llarbourvillc. The International Harvester company, which has In vested soveral million dollars In Har-Incounty coal fluids, has established its first battery of toko ovctis und Is now manufacturing that product. Operations aro centered at tho head of Looncy's creek, to which point a railroad extension has beeu e IhiIU g, Greatly Improved Phonograph, duplex phonograph has been Introduced In Paris and by Its means It Is posslblo to have a continuous performance, without break, for hour. Tho whole opera of Carmen was thus produced, CO odd records being used. A new Abo Martin Says, Unequally Divided. The fact that various Phlladelphlans When folks tell you you halnt hurled eggs at tho Irish Players leads Sometimes A gets credit for saylne chanted a bit It's usually 'cause they what I) may havo felt and thought one to cuBpect that thoso who participated In the ceremony were million- can't think- & anything else t' say. It and what C hod lived for years with costs more f keep th' good will o' coin-ag- o aires or that the eggs .were under and eelf deulal, Miss Tbock as people than It does u tourlu' cur. ftrtjr. - Washington An army or two thousand women has taken tho United States capltol by storm In tho cause of woman suffrage Tho weapons they used were cloqucut words, still moro eloquent smiles and thu most captivating of spring bonnets. Heading this army were two genor als, Uov, Annn Shaw, who took charge of tho peaceful attack, nnd Miss Jane Addams, the beloved apostle of Hull effective. Chicago, who led the forceful It is along this lino thnt President House, on tho houso Judiciary comWhite and associates are conferring. advance mittee. Berlin. Tho coal miners' strike In Associated with these were speakthe great German Holds of Westphalia ers, who In a most buslnessllkn man spread. There are over contlnuos to laid beforo the committees their 240,000 men now on strike, and tho ner, vIowb on siiffrago for women. The big situation Is becoming worso every commlttco room of tho houso was where. It has taken a most icrlous to the doors and many women turn in several districts, und has re- packed on boxes during the entire sesstood sulted already In a fntal conflict bo- - sion. tween tho police, nnd tho strikers in tho district of Hcrnn. London. The thirteenth dny of tho MAY ASK PATENT REHEARING coal strike, ended without a sottlo-men- t having been reached. Tho Joint Strong Likelihood of Such Action, on conferenco of tho representatives ot Ground of Divided Bench, Says tho miners and mine owners and Wlckcrsham. members ot tho cabinet ndjourr.cd "In order to consider certain proposals Attorney Washington. General mado by tho prima minister." Indicated thnt there Wlckersham whs n strong likelihood of a Get Pension. Sugar Workers being asked of tho Supremo Jersey City. N. J. Stockholders of Court In tho "patent monopoly" case Refining com- decided by a divided bench, four to tho American Sugar pany, here, unanimously passed a res- three. olution providing for tho pensioning It Is said he has taken the matter of all employes moro than slxty-llvup by letter with tho parties nt Issue, years of ago. They ure to bo retired asking if n rehearing was desired. on a pension equal to 0110 per cent, of Tho government, not being a party their annual income, multiplied by the to tho oult, can act only through tho number of years' service. In the enso defeated parties. Tho rehearing would of women tho age limit Is fixed at bo asked on tho ground that a 'lull Saviour. sixty years. bench haJ net passed on tho case. Ileforo theBo lost ones can bo saved, however, they must reallzo they aro Predicts Strike April 1. Last Peace Council In England, Mine !,o!mIoii. Too delegates of tho coal lost, for wo cannot save thoso who Now York. "Tho United Workers of America will not compro- owners and tho striking miners as- will not ncknowlcdgo themselves as mise ono demand that they have mado sembled again nt tho foreign olllce being losL When wo acknowledge wo of the anthracite coal operators," de- with Premier Asqulth and members are sinners ho will savo us (I Tim. Turn a deut ear to bis call clared John P. Whlto, president of tho of the cablnot for what must be tho 1:16) and tbero Is no more hope (Luko mlno workors, here. "I look for a deciding Joint conference. In tho 18:3). general suspension of work anthracite field April 1." It has been suggested that tho parHas Bathtub Trust Case. able ot tlio prodigal son and tho elder Detroit, Mich The cnBO of tho against tho German Coal 8trlke Spreads. bath- brother was uttered at tills feast In Herlln. The coal strike la spread tub trust, charged with criminal con- LcvI'b house; probably not, wo do not ing rupldly to other Holds besides spiracy lu restraint of trade, bus been know, but how truly It npplUs. Tha those In Westphalia. Over 300,000 placed in tho hands of the Jury lu prodigal representing thosu lint publicans und slnncra. miners bare laid down their tools. federal court here. o d . l J I. March 21, 1912. THE CITIZEN. 8. H. No. 103. II. D, Newcomb, Jefferson county An act to tnakn tho term of office of County Treasurer four years Instead of two, 8. H. No. 178. J. T. Tunis, Fayette county, An net to amend tho charter of secondclasa cities as to government by a commission and nuollshlng nil olllces oxcept Mayor nnd Police Judge when the commission form Is adopted. 8. H, No. 179. J. T. Tunis, F.iyetto county An net to nmcmt tho charter of second-clascities In reference to form of rlctlons under commission s Page Thre- ecities or Third Class to mako street r Improvements under tho five-yea- SUMMARY OF LEGISLATION Result of Recent Session of General Assembly in the State of Kentucky MANY MEASURES ARE PASSED 8, H. No. 308. J. II. Durham, Simpson county An net to nmend Sections 217 nnd 272, Kentucky Statutes, by Increasing tho nsylum per capita from $150 to $1C5 and changing tho names of asylums to "Eastern State Hospital," 'Central 8tnte Hospital" and "Woctorn State Hospital." 8. II. No. CO- .- P.. M. Salmon, Hopkins county An net to Increnso tho appropriation for the Kentucky Homo Society for colored children, from $5,00" to $10,000 n year, Jan. 13, first reading, ordered printed. government. Condensed List of New Laws Which Were Enacted Dy House and Cenate Which Have Just Adjourned. S. H. No. 101. t;. M. Thomas, Hour-bo- n county An act appropriating $25,000 providing for participation by Kentucky In tho Perry's Victory CenOhio, In 1913. tennial at Putin-Bay- , 8. U. No. 102. .1. T. Tunis, Fayotto Frankfort, Ky. On Tuesday nt the Kentucky Legislature journed. Wo give horuwlth a of I ho bills passed: mid-r.lgl- adsum-mnry SENATE DILLS. TUa Konato bills to receive favorable consideration were: S. II. No. 1. W, V. Baton, Mo Crncketi county An act to provide for inn nomination of candidate by nollt-Ich- I parties at primary flection on first Saturday In August of each year. S. 11. No. 2. I.. W. Arnelt, Covington An net lo oxempt from taxation properly owned by residents of thin State and corporatlotiH organized under tho lawn of this State, on which taxes nro paid where property l located or where the corporations do Hall ri. II. No. 3. J, F. Boswortb, county An act to create under the Commissioner of Agriculture tho of Commissioner of l'ubllc Hoads and creating n State Itoad Fund. S. II. No. 4. J. F. lloawarth. Hell county An act defining l'ubllc Hoads for their establishment and maintenance nnd creating the olllce of business. o net to change the time of holding Circuit Courts In the 27th Judicial district, S. H. No, 17. W. A. Froat. Craves county An act amending Section 4239, Kentucky Statutes, relating to and Taxntlon as to omitted property and duties of county clerks In making out tnx IIhIh for same. S. H. No: IS. J, C. (iraham, Cray-orounty An act to amend Section 2500. Kentucky Statutes, by striking out tho exception as to cllies'of flrst four clasH(. (County unit extension county An Ito.nl.i Engineer. 8. 11. No, II. II. M. Hrock. Lesllo Roy-onu- u bill.) S. II. No. county An Lyon act granting pension to disabled and Indigent Confederate boldlers nf ten dollars a month. E. E. Hogg, Owsley H. H. No, 21. 19. S. It. (llenn, county An net creating a State of InsurHoard, composed and two other ance Commissioner members to be appointed by the Gov- ernor K. H. No, 26. II. D. Nowcomb, Jefferson county An act to establish Department of Hanking, with a commissioner, deputy nnd examiners and providing for examination of all financial Institutions. Convicts on Roads. 8. II. No. 30. J. F. Hosworth, Hell county An act providing for voto on constitutional amendment which will permit convicts to work on public 8. I). No. 37. II. M. llrock. Ixalle county An net to amend charter of fifth clasH cities, ho as to give Mich cities power to have streets and alsuch power being loys Improved, omitted by mistake in original char- roads. ter. 8. II. No, 40. W. K. Howling. An- derson county An act to allow commissioner of Court of Appeals clerical assistance. ferson county An act Increasing tho annual appropriation for tho Institution for tho Education of tho llllnd from $10,000 to $20,000. 8. H, No. 52. J, C. (Iraham, dray-t-ocounty An net to nuthorlzo Chas, Carroll to huo the Statu for legal services, tho fco nmouutlng to $300, 8. II. No. C5. 8. (3. Marshall, Henderson county An act to provide for Inspection of schools nnd sch'ool ftiuds nf the .State and to Increase the efficiency of the department of education. Provider for two assistants to Statu Superintendent at $1,000 a year each. S. n. Glenn, I.yon 8. H. No. 7 county An net appropriating $9,000 for improvements at Eddyvlllu Penin 8. 1). No, 46. II. D. Newcomh, Jef- 8. 11. No. 73. J, C. Graham, Grayson county An not to prevent sweat-luprocess of prisoners charged with crime nnd to prevent admission ns evidence of confessions obtained by Hitch process. S. H. No. 87, J. F. Hosworth. Holl county An act to amend charter of third class cities by providing tho r plan for paying for tho or reconstruction of sew-erstreets, alleys, public ways nnd ton-yea- tentiary. g county An net authorizing tho auditing of accounts and payment of tho $37,900 deficit nt House of Heform. M. Mathers. Nich8. H. No. 191. olas county An act to further regu-lutassessment of fire Insurance companies by allowing them to extend tho territory of their work. 8. H. No. 210. J, T. Prlcbard. Hoyd county An act to repeal an act to establish a common school for colored peoplo of Catlettsburg and vicinity. S. 11. No. 222. H. M. Arnett, Jessa-mlncounty An act to provldo for Slate. 8. II. No. 312. J. T. Tunis. Fayette Investigation of fires nnd to provldo for appointment of State Flro Marshal counly An net to amend tho statute as to selection of special Judges so nnd assistants. that wheru a Judge of a circuit court 8, II. No. 225. It. I.. Hubble, Lincoln county An act for benefit of Ken- of continuous session falls to nttend, tucky School for tho Deaf, by Increas- tho Governor may appoint. 8. I). No. 227. S. It. Glenn. Lyon ing pay of the teachers and supercounty An act requiring railroad comvisors. panies to stop all passenger trains nt S. 11. No. 223. Webster Holm, Campbell county An act to provide for an nny stations where nny public Instituadditional Circuit Judgo for Campbell tion or the Stato Is located. 8. II. No. 138. M. O. Scott, Metcalfe county, by amending the present Btat-utns to courts of continuous session. county An act to authorize the Inves8. II. No. 238. J. T Prlcbard. hoyd j tigation and oxnmtnntlon or any body county An act to divide Kentucky! whoso death resulted from suspected poisoning or' other illegal causo unInto eleven Congressional districts. 8. II. No. 24G. H. M. Arnett, Jessa- - known. 8. 11. No. 48. Mark Ilyan, Louisville mlno county Au act to amend tho An act to amend Sections 2241 nnd rovenue laws so as to provide for a revenue agents' supervisor nnd no suit 2242, so that tho Jury commissioners for tuxes shall be filed until first sub- of Jefferson county may employ a clerk, and the Jeffereon Fiscal Court mitted to the supervisor. may pay tho commissioners three 8. II. No. 258. K. Hortram, Clinton county An act providing for training dollars a day Instead of two. of nurses In tho tuberculosis hospital HOUSE DILLS. In Ixulsvllti Tho following bouse bills wero suc8. 11. No. 2Ct. C. M. Thomas, Hour- bon county An act providing for In- cessful In pasBago: terchange and transmission of mesH. H. No. 23. Elwood Hamilton, sages between tolephono companies. Franklin county An act to provide for tho erection of a mansion for tho Govcounty An act to Include Metcalfe: ernor nnd othor buildings connected county In tho Tenth Circuit Court ills therowlth. trlct. II. H. No. 2t. Elwood Hamilton, 8. 11. No. 287. H. M. Solomon, Hop-- Franklin county An act to create the kins county An act appropriating Thlrtyllfth Judicial district, to $7,500 a memorial to Jufferson Davis, Franklin county, and to change to be ereeted on site of bis birth place the Twelfth and Fourteenth Judicial In Christian county. districts. S. n. No. 295. W. V. Eaton, H. II. No. 31 B. E. Nllcs, Hendercounty An act appropriating son county An act qualifying and $10,0u0 for buildings and land for West enabling women to vote In school elecKentucky Industrial Collego for color- tions nnd to hold common school office. ed people and $2,500 annually to mainII. II. No. 3S. Adam Spahn. Louistain It. ville An act to Incrcaso the salary of S. H. No.' 340. J. T. Tunis, Fnyetto county patrolmen In Jefferson county county An act to provldo for tho from $2 per day to $78 per month. consolidation of trust companies II. H. No. 43. P. L. Athcrton, Louisunder the laws of Kentucky. ville An net to abolish the State - W. Arnett. Ken- Hoard of Prison Commissioners, cre8. H. No. 3BC ton county An act for tho benefit of ating a board of three members and Western Kentucky Normnl School. placing the appointing power in the S. H. No. 120. W. A. Frost, Graves hands of tho Governor. county -- An act making It unlawful to II. H, No. 55. L. G. Owings, Jefferpurchase, procure or deliver lntoxlcat-- J son county An act appropriating In locul option territory. Ing liquors $30,000 for the erection of additional 8, H. No. 127. H. M. Hrock. Har- buildings on tho State Fair grounds. pay of lan county An net Increasing H. U, No. 48. S. L. Hobertaon, Louis-vlllState Senntors and Representatives An act providing for tho comto $10 per day. mutation of sentence of Jail prisoners S. H. No. 13C II. D. Nowcomb. Jef- In Louisville. ferson county An act to amend tho II. H. No. 53. S. L. Robertson. uct relative to Hureau of Agrlculturo, Louisville An net appropriating for two Stato l.abor In- money for tho purchase of additional by providing enlarging their powers land for tho Kentucky Stato Fair. spectors and nnd duties. II. B. No. 7C L. H. Herrlngton, MadS. II. No. 175. C. M. Thomas. Hour-bo- ison county Au act establishing nnd county An act to amend Section governing a geological survey and re4143, Kentucky Statutes, so as to glvo moving tho present survey from Lexsheriffs till December 31 of each year ington to Frankfort. to make final settlement with tho AuII. H. No. 79. S. F. Itced, Mason ditor. county An act providing for tho erecII. No. 201 J. K. Hlggerstnff, tion and furnishing of school houses In S. Warren county An act ceding tho various counties of the State, and to tho United States of cer- to provldo money by county levy for tain lands in Kdmonson county, upon tho carrying out of the net. tho establishment of tho Mammoth II. H. No. SO. It. II. Scott. Mc Cave Nntlonnl Park. Crackcn county An act appropriating S. II. No. 237. H. D. Nowcomb, Jef- $50,000 for tho benefit or tho Experiferson county An act to amend Sec- ment Station ot tho State University. tion 3.10, Kentucky Statutes, by proII. H. No. 91. J. W. Holland. Shelby viding that half tho fines collected county An act providing lor tho sale under that act shall be paid to nny nnd purchaso or the assets ot a corrcgulurly Incorporated society for pre- poration whoso charter will expire vention of cruelty to animals. within two yoars. 8. 11. No. 213. H. F. Tlchenor, DaH. 11. No. 92. Elwood Hamilton, viess county An act providing for Franklin county An act appropriating one additional Circuit Judge for tho $20,000 for tho benefit of tho Depart17th district. ment of Agriculture, Labor and StatisS. II. No. 254. H. M. Hrock. Harlan tics. authorizing tho councounty An act II. H. No. 99. W. F. Cole, Howling ty hoards of education to pay old Oreen An act changing tho time o! school debts created under old trustee holding courts In the Eighth Judicial a e S. H. No. 77.--E. B. Hoggs. Owsley county An net to nmend Section 753 Civil Code, relating to advancing cases for hearing In Court of Appeals. 8. H. No. 359. Mark linn, Jefferson county An net providing for nn i tax on each $100 of vnlitn of shares of stock In all life insurance companies chartered and doing husl noss In Kentucky. 8. H. No. 355. E. Hortram, Clinton county An net appropriate $5,000 annually for repairs to Stato Capitol. 8. II. No. 107. W. E. Dawllng, Anderson county An net prohibiting tho use or public drinking cups. S. H. No. 230. K. E. Hogg. Owsley county An net providing for tho enforced nttendanco of children from 7 to 14 years of age In the common schools and graded schools of this o II. D. No. 134. Emanuel Moycr, Loulsvlllo An act making It a felony for nny person to admit or take to a hoofc or prostitution a remain under 16 years, and providing a penalty or $50 and confinement In prison for from 1 to 5 years. It. II. No. ID. Joseph Hall, Knott county An act to crcato a Thirty-fiftJudicial district to bo composed ot Klto and Lctchor counties. 11. 11. No. 28. 8. F. Middleton, Hart An net to nmend tho law as count) lo the Hureau of Vital Statistics. II. I). No. 233. Francis Douglas, Doyle counly An net to amend nn act cnlllicd "Act for government of Cities or the Fourth Class," so as to glvo tho cout.cll tho right to provldo In what manner nnd for what purpose, any profits from the water works, lighting plant or other public utility owned by tb city may bo used. M. U. No. 347. C. H. Thompson, Kepfon county An act to aid and promote building of good roads and to t'lrsct tho transfer of nny stock or ether Interest owned by Stato in turn-pil.- 'i companies or toll roads. M. H. No. 01. W. A. Price, Covington An act to establish a Stato Hoard of Forestry to conservo tho forests and water supply of tho Stato. II. H. No. 42. Wl J. Kuh, Louis-vlll- o An net creating a Parental Home and School Commission In tho City of IiOulsvlllo nnd empowering tho Fiscal Court to levy a tax for tho maintenance of same. H. H. No. 93. S. W. Forgy, Todd cpunty An act to regulate the practice of dentistry and prescribing the duties of the Hoard of Examiners. H. H. No. .202. W. A. Price. Covington An act creating boards of cduca-tlo- i for cities of tho second class, providing for tho election thereof, defining powers nnd duties, and repealing all lawo In conflict therewith. H. II. No. 200. C. H. Thompson, Covington An act to amend act entitled "Act concerning courts having contln-vtu- e session and two Judges," so that roth divisions or the court shall have Jurisdiction or nil civil notions. II. H. No. 439. D. II. Thurman. Spencer county An act to require assessment and accident Insurance companies to deposit fund to protect inh plan. II. H. No. 96. O. L. Drury, Union county An net giving Prison Commission power to pnrolo convicts and retnlnlng Indeterminate sentence. II. H. No. 220. O. L. Drury, Union county An net to repeal subsection G of Section 1403, Kentucky Statutes, nnd suhstltuto therefor, which act relates to tho personal property sot nsldo for widows or Infants of an Intestate, making the amount $500, II. H. No. 178 J. M. Farra. Garrard county To amend Section C48a. or tho Kentucky Statutes, so ns to com-po- l domestic life Insurance companies to deposit with tho Stato Treasurer an amount not less than tho amount of ascertain valuation of all policies. II. H. No. 453. Wallace Hrown, Nelson county An act prohibiting uso of namo or brand of a manufacturer of labol.1, without authority. II. U. No. 143. R. II. Scott, county An net providing for the uso or school nouses during vacation periods by any lawful educational, religious, political, civil or agricul- Berea Printing School Department of Berca College (The Citizen it a specimen of our work.) PRINTS HEADS, HAND-BILI.- LETTER REPORTS, SER- CARDS, MONS AND DOOKS IN THE BEST MANNER, LOWEST AND AT PRICES. Your patronage " N ukei to help students, and to Insure your getting your money's worth. CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND ORDERS BY MAIL. YOU WILL OE3T SATISFACTION. DRESS TERMS CASIL AD- tural assembly. II, H. No. 205. W. A. Perry, Logan county An act to amend Section 723, Kentucky Statutes, entitled "Guarantee and Surety Companies," so that said section shall read, "May becomo surety on tho bonds of officers and Berea Printing School BEREA, KY. Judiciaries." 4 H. H. No. 241. S. O. Clay. Uourbon county An net allowing each family In Kentucky to own one dog without paying tnx. It. H. No. 511. H. 8. Wilson, Rowan couuty An act to further regulato telephone companies, so as to provldo that no company shall consolidate Its capital stock, .franchise or other property, or pool Its earnings with another company. II., H. No. 548 W. A. Perry, Loulsvlllo An act to enable cities or first class to Issue $2,000,000 bonds for Houses to Rent To those who have children to edu cate and wish to reside m Berea for a longer or snorter time to enjoy Its educational advantages, the Collego lias a number of houses, large and small, come of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonahln sewers. sured. H. H. No. 40. Adam Spahn, Louisville An act to provide for fees for clerks In tho county courts relatlvo to 1 corn-pes- o caring for dependent children. II. H. No. 35. Adam Spahn, Louisville An act prescribing tho duties of Indcxcr or courts and providing that salary shall not exceed $S,000 annually. II. H. No. 456. J. W. Holland. Shelby county An act providing for appointment ot Commissioner of Panama Canal exposition In San Francisco. ,T. n. No. 265. W. A. Perry, county An act to amend and act or March 21, 1910, re lating a construction, maintenance, f tenesanitation nnd inspection ment houses, apartment and flat n H. B. No. 403. J. G. Stoll. Lexington An act authorizing Stato to pay premiums on bonds of State offlcera. II. H. No. 213. Wallace Hrown, Nelson county An act to limit tho Secretary of State to $10,000 annually out of any money In the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to enablo him to pay such clerks as ho may dc.em necessary for tho proper discharge of tho business of his ofilco. II. H. No. 258. Elwood Hamilton. Franklin county An act to enlarge tho usefulness of the Kentucky Normal and Industrial Institute for colnnd to appropriate ored persons, $17,500 therefor. versities. term. Address THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY, THE Berea Hospital Nurse Training School of Berea College HAS BEST OPERATING ROOM AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES Jan. 22, Stato Uni- II. D. No. 35. Adam Spahn, Louisville An act prescribing the duties of indexer of courts and providing that salary shall not exceed $8,000 annually. II. II. No. 05 W. F. I- o houses. II. 11. No. 427. H. H. Scott, county An act limiting to fivo years the tlmo In which enforcement of titles may bo effective. IL H. No. 454. Charles Yancey, Owen county An act providing for repairs on buildings and machinery at Kentucky Confederate Home. II. H. No. 425. E. H. Thompson, Section 132, Kentucky Statutes, so as to provide county attorneys shall receive not less than $000 a year. H. H. No. 405. C. H. Knight. Louisville An act providing lor tho or- county An act creating McCroary county, to bo taken from Pulaski, Wayno and Whitley counties. II. H. No. 138. W. V. Perry, Logan county An act to appropriate an additional $20,000 for tho benefit of tho Children's Home Society for the support and maintenance of homeless and destituto children. II. H. No. 541. C. II. Knight. Louisville An net to allow Loulsvlllo to voto on $1,000,000 bond Issuo for schools. II. 13. No. 193. L. C. Owings. Jefferson county An act to abolish tho Stato Board of Agriculture, Forestry and Immigration, and to crcato a State Board of Agriculture, which shall bo constituted as tho present board and have chargo of eamo duties, to bo named by tho Governor. II. B. No. 371. R. C. McClure, Lawrence county An act to change name or Kentucky Institution for Education of Deaf Mutes to the Kentucky School for tho Dear. II. B. No. 417. P. L. Atherton. Loulsvlllo An act to regulato assignment, salo, pledge mortgago or other transfer of wages to loan sharks. H. B. No. G E. G. Ashler. Hollo county An act to change the namo of Mt. Pleasant to Harlan nnd to put tho town in tho fourth class. II. II. No. 237 Elwood Hamilton, Franklin county An net to provldo for oillcers of tho Stato to register before tho county clerk. If absent from home on regular registration day. II. B. No. 193. Charles Knight. Loulsvlllo An act to amend act entitled "Act for government of cities of first class," so as to Incrcaso salary or second assistant city engineer from $1,500 to $2,000, and fixing salary of first assistant engineer at rarkcr. Knox FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT. MENT GREATLY INCREASES PROSPECTS OF RECOVERY. , Rates One Dollar a day and up. Bond for prompt payment required. For further particulars address THE BEREA HOSPITAL BEREA, KY. ganization, armnment, equipment, discipline nnd government or the State militia. n II. H. No. 244. It. H. Akin. Caldwell county An act requiring all burial associations to executo articles of Incorporation, and requiring tho filing ot certificates showing the name ot each person burled. H. H. No. 235. Francis Douglas, Hoylo county An net creating commission to bo known as Kentucky Hoard of Tuberculosis Commission, defining Its powers, appropriating $ 15,00t). THIS Juris-dictio- n ad. is directed at the who ha3 all the business in his line in system. 8. ton H. 322. U. Hortram. Clin- district. 11. county An act $15,000 to repair old Statu House nnd $3,000 n year to keep up the building and grounds. n a. HldtiWalkM. S. H. No. 88. Gus Brown. Breckln-rtdg- o county An net to rcguluto tho employment of females In order to safeguard their health. S. II. Wra 110. W. V. Uaton. county An net to pay Mrs. Cromwell $314 for survlces to No. In 1908. 8. II. No. 110. W, 11. Moody, Henry county An uct providing for a voto Senate 8. II. No. GO. for olas county An tho Inspection of bulls, sows nnd calves held and owned In this State for tho testing of samo, for tho destruction of thoso having tuberculosis. 8. H. No. 100 Mark Kyan, Jefferson county Act concerning Circuit Courts having sovon Judges applies to Jefferson county only, 8. 11. No. 101. Marl; Uynn, Jefferson county Act to authorise nnd add ono additional Judgo In the Circuit Court to tho Thirtieth Circuit Court to iimend Section 171 of Constitution, so '.hat property may be classified for taxitlon. coi nty KHii'o It. No. ICS. An net E. K. HosB, Owsley for the protection of and fish and creating a Gamo uuJ Fish Commission. Hits Tipping. II. II. No. 115. It. 11. Atkln. Caldwell county An act prohibiting waiters and servants from accepting tips In hotels, restaurants, barber shops and Pullman cars. II. 11, No. 119. A. V. Hertram, Way no county An act providing' for tho supplying of records ot county surveyors' olilee, whore eamo has been destroyed, from tho records of tho land olllce at Frankford. II. U. No. 131. L. C. Owings. Jefdistrict. S. 11. No. 105. N. It. Cobom. Car-to- r ferson count) An net providing that county An net to amend Section In all counties containing a popula, Kentucky Statutes, by prohib- tion ut more than 200,000 all work In iting tho snlo of any klrd of hover-ag- the 4lvtl engineering and surveying n s In local Vptlon territory, that profealoi shall bo undor 'tho any ulcoliol. of tho County Surveyor, 2W-7ncon-tainsuper-vUtc-- appropriating tenden county An act to amond Chapter 113, Article relattvo to the number ot school children to bo Included In a district, fixing tho number C. W. Mathers. Nichat 25 Instead of 40. net to provldo H. No. 103. M. F. Pogue, Crit- II. n. No. 225. W. F. Cole. Howling Green An act appropriating $50,000 for tho Stato University nt Lexington; $35,000 for tho Eastern Kentucky Normal School at Richmond, $25,000 for tho Western Kentucky Normal School at Howling Green. II. H. No. 215. J. F. Fryer. Pendle ton county An act to mako moro efficient I ho county boards of education and tho ofilco of county superintendent of schools by fixing a minimum salary of tho superintendents at $1,000 nnd the maximum salary at $2,509, nnd further providing that the county boards or education bo given $2,500. H. B. No. 41. W. J. Kuh. Louis-vlllpower to select a person upon nomiAn act to provldo a Monographnation of the superintendent of the j Attorney board nnd assistant superintendent er for tho Commonwealth of Jefferson county. salary not exceeding $800 per at H. II. No. 488. G. R. Keller, Nich , olas county An net to authorize govII. 11. No. 206. W. V. Perry, Logan ernor to appoint commission of fivo county An net to nmend and veterans to attend fiftieth anniversary Kentucky Statutes, celebration ot battle of Gettysburg. Section 408-n- , so that there may bo appropriated $3,300 per annum to Stato Treasurer Five Minutes' Trial and Sentence. for purpose ot securing additional Baltimore, Md. Emmons Waller, a clerical force in his olllce, Increasing tho amount ot present appropriation negro, who assaulted Ella Bailey, tho protty daughter ot Justlco from $1,500. II. U. No. 196. W. A. Perry, Louls- of tho Peace W. II. II. Ilalloy, of vlllo An act to amend Section C92, Hebron, Md., and who was taken to Ky. Statutes, entitled "An act pro- tho Jail at Salisbury to prevent lynch viding for creation and regulation of ing, Is now In the Marvlasd peulten prlvnto corporations, so as to require tlary In this city, serving a term of employers to roport to tho Insuranco 10 years. Tho authorities at Salisbury, anticiCommissioner unnually tho amount of Insurunco collected by It from In- pating trouble, bad the grand Jury Insuranco companies' and paid over to dict Wallsr. Then Judges Stanford employes Injured. and Jones appointed counsel for Wal- n lor, who Immediately pleaded guilty. II. 1). No. 209. F. A. I)chry, county An act allowing $1,200 He was convicted and ft.'iteuco Im annually for additional clerk hire In posed, Uvo minutes eUtpmne during the ontlra procedure. Waller was then tho ofilco of tho Attorney General. hustled Into an auto awl curried to a II. U. No. 189. Hon B. Nlles, county An act to enable tru'o far Baltimore. o nn-nuHen-derso- I this community., I Mr. Merchant You say you've got it all. You're selling them all they'll buy, anyhow. But at the same time you would like more business. (J Make this community buy more. J Advertise strongly, consistently, judiciously. J Suppose you can buy a lot ofwashtubs cheap; advertise a big washtub sale in this paper. Put in an inviting picture of a washtub where people can see it the minute they look at your ad. Talk And strong on washtubs. you'll find every woman in this vicinity who has been getting along with a rickety washtub for years and years will buy a new one from you. That's creative business power. OURj AD. RATES ARE RIGHT CALL ON U3 Ui)Pfrtbl. XtO, br VY. K. UJ TRADE MORAL The quality what you have to sell is known to some people all of the time and all of the people some of y the time, but advertise with us and you'll reach rerju-larl- all of the people all of the timi. Page Four. fHE CITIZEN. Mr. A. D. arccnlco of Philadelphia, Pcnn., spent Sunday and Monday with his sisters, ZoJa nnd Kolls, who nro In school hero, Mr, Greenlee Is on his way South, whero ho will lecture on "Packing" and "Scientific Farming" In twelvo Southern states. Ho Is employed hy tho Dept. of Agri- March 21, 1912. a partly clean shavo. Wo will need a piano (In tuno If you don't mind) on top of tho stage, left aldo as ono faces tho multitude. Kindly sco to It that thero IS a multitude. Also sreuro comfortablo quarters for us nt your very best hotel. Yours for good, clean fun, Ralph Bingham. P. S. Don't forget tho multitude. W. Rcduso and B. Nuform Corsets World-know- iliL o o o are made of Fabrics n for their and STRENGTH DURABILITY COYLE'S DRY GOODS STORE You pay less or et more ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA o o AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Eggs Whlto 15 E. L. Flno Stock o0c Havo you seen the' beautiful ar ticles for needlo work at Mrs. Early's? You can got a splendid quality of Co. pillow tubing stamped ready for em- Tho children of the Junior Christian Endeavor had a delightful time last Saturday afternoon at tho Parish Houso at a pie social. A cheap buggy painted may bo sold for a good one, so It pays to go whero only good ones aro sold Welch'SiCf course. He v. A. . 5ooooooooooooooooooooooooooS Orpington for Setting Roberts. for DR. BEST, DENTIST CITY Office over fierea Bank I'UONK 183 & Trust broidering for a pair. DAN H. BRECK Fire, life, Accident,,and Live Stock INSURANCE Will sign your bond. Phone 505 Richmond, Ky. NorUi Bound Local 10:65 p. m. 7:00 a-- m. Knox Tills 3:62 a. m. 1:01 p. m. BEREA 7:45 a. m. f :30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local 1:16 p. m. 6:30 a, m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a, m. BEREA 4:65 p. m. &:M a. m. Knoxvlll LIN. HUB TABU. ' Express Trains Stop to take on and let off passengers from beyond Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 1:0 a. m. Cincinnati BBRJDA U:44 a. en. North Bound 'Mr. Jim Abrams has rented It for tho BEREA 4:46 p. m. present. 1:37 p. m. Cincinnati Hon. Guy W. Mallon of Cincinnati, nearly twenThe Chapel, Tuesday evening, Mar. O., a Berea trustee for ty years, visited Berea, Friday and 2Cth. Saturday, speaking In United Chapel, Mr. R. W. Todd has been dangerFriday morning. Mr. Mallon Is a Yalo ously 111 from blood poison, but Is graduate, a class mato of President now Improving. Taft, and is also a trustee of Ohio Misses Boulah Young and Carrlo State University. His chapel address Marcum spent Sunday at their homes. will bo published In The Citizen next EGGS from Single Comb Brown week. Leghorns, 60 cents per 15. SIMON There has never been anything in MUNCY, Borea, Ky. Berea that equals the pillow tops Mr. Archie Dean Bradshaw, who and backs with stamped design and Is cmployod In Louisville, made a floss to work them to be had from short visit with friends here last Mrs. Early at 25 cents. week. and Rev. and Mrs. Geo. Mctzel The Farm Special train will ar- son, Charlie, of Mechanicsburg, 111., rive at Borea, Ky., at 7:30 p. m. on havo been spending several days Mar. 29, 1912. with Secretary and Mrs. Morton. They Mr. Wm. Jones left for Cincinnati, left, Wednesday, for their homo. Secretary Morton made a business Sunday, to take a position. Miss Maud Parsons is kept from trip to Cincinnati, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cameron will school this week with mumps. Mr. Wlnnlo Einbree, grandson of leave, Thursday, for Detroit, Mich., J no G. Foe, who Is now Secretary after spending several days In Beof Yale College, Is to come to Bo- rea. J. R. Boring of EllzabcUiton, Tenn., rea, Sunday, and stay until Tuesday Tickets to tho Band Concert can was visiting his son, Cameron, who be had at tho Coop Store and The Be-r- is in school here, last Saturday. Drug Company 10 and 15 cents. Tho Farm Special train will at Richmond, Ky., at 3:15 p. Prof. Raino will road at hl8 homo, Friday evening at 7 o'clock. Tho m. on War. 29, 1912. Miss Cameron, Miss Bowcrsox and tho subject Is "Tho Servant in Miss Welsh held their last "at homo" House." on FOR SALE: Threo car loads of of tho seacou at Boone Tavern In buggies at Welch's. Exclusive agency Wednesday evening, Mar. 20th, Houghton, Banner, and Parry honor of Mrs. Putnam. for Bo sure and sco the handsome linen buggies. bags stamped for embroidering comwho is teaching Miss Etta Moore plete with wash silk lining, cords and at Brodhead was at home over Sun- silk floss for only CO cents at Mrs. day. Early's. Mr. Earl Hays left this week for Mrs. Frcst entertained in honor of spend several weeks at Missouri to Mrs. Putnam, Monday, tho "Patri tho homo of his undo, Mr. Robert archs" of tho institution. They wcro Hudson. as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Osborno, Mrs. Todd and daughtor, Ethel, Prof, and Mrs. Mathcny and Miss Douglas. A very enthusiastic basket ball game was played lu tho gymuaslum, Saturday, at 2:30 p. m. between tho College and Normal teams In which tho scoro was 21 to 21 In favor of tho College. Gllllgau and Jones were Ladiei Collars, reg. price 10c, Sc tho stars for tho College wbllo Hem-bre- o and Parker were tho Normal Ladies' Collars, reg. price 25c, 10c favorites. o Tho lino up was as follows: Dutch Collars, reg. 25c sellers, 10c Eastman and GHHgan, forwards; 5c Jones, center, Muntz and Batson, Ribbon bows, reg. 10c sellers, guards. March 23 Normal Parker and Wilson, forwards, Flynn, center, McCowcn and Hembreo, guards. J, M. THE RACKET STORE ing the Early who has been spendpast week with homefolks tuft, Sunday, for tho South. ca ar-rl- Mr. V. H. Porter was In Lexington on business, tho latter part of last week. Miss Graco Adams, a nurse at the Gibson Infirmary In Richmond, was visiting home folks In town, tho first of tho week. We tell you what our buggies are and then wo stand behind them. That's what we call a guarantee nt Welch's. Tho most Important date in the local calendar, Tuesday evening, Mar. 26th. Mr. Buford Long of Richmond was In town for a short tlmo last week. 5Ir. Jcso Garcia left this week for his home in Cuba, On Feb. 20th, Mr. W. B. Harris scld to Ml3a Laura F. Duncan of Berea his farm of 170 acres, known as tho old Wlilt Mcody or Jako Simp son farm located on Big Hill Pike H. Cameron of Detroit, Mich., addressed the young men of the Y. M. C. A., Sunday evening. His subject was "Character tho Essential." Thoso who failed to hear the address missed a treat. Mr. Harry Bonder visited friends in Berea from Saturday until Monday. Mrs. Walter Englo who has been very sick Is reported to bo Improving. Embroidery needles, tho best; pilguest low cords, tho handsomest; towels, stamped, tho lowest priced to bo had at 'Airs. Early's. Last Wednosday another car load camo to Welch's. This of buggies makes two cars this year and another ono yet to come. You cant miss It if you wanted to when you go to AU your turkey and chickens at a good priest J. 8. Gott, Depot Street. Mr. Jaklo Bowman and son, Nlmp- son, of Ashevllle, N. C, spent Sunday and Monday with relatives, Mr. J. C. Bowman and family. Welch's. WANTED: BUGGIES A complete line of BANNER, PARRY and HOUGHTON BUGGIES how at Welch's. We tell you what they are and stand behind them. WELCH'S to on each lot, or say 10 an aero, Tho original cost and tho advertising woro nbcut $1J0 an aero, making Uio not profit IS on land that was being given nway, A flood of mcney poured In on tho promoters. Other thousands of acroa wero bought, nnd, when tho supply was oxhauated or no moro could bo culture. had on Uio original terms, tho scheAlpha Zcta, Beta Kappa and Union mers sold lots situated on governUtorary Societies had their open meet -I- B. property In tho cvcrglado I enro not who makes tho laws of ment ings Inst Friday ocnlng. Kach Hall my country If I can make Its laughs. swamps. Then tho authorities stopwas crowded and good programs were ped In; arrests wcro ordered and tho R. 11. rendered. Phi Delta Society had Its lesson of tho glgnntlc fraud mado open meeting some tlmo ngo, neveran Impression for a day. Tho ChrisY, M, theless they had a number of visitian Herald. tors. Tho board of Directors met In tho FOR SALE Association office Tuesday night at CHICKS HATCHED TO ORDER 6:30, Chairman Senlo pnwldlng. Tho On Center Street a good lot knows, for as the John Bales place. Hons and following budget was adopted, from several of tho leading breeds. tho year commencing April 1st; barn on lot. Good reason for selling. Wrtto for particulars and prices. M. Receipts. owe money. D. N. Welch. L. Spink, Boron, Ky. J 12.'.00 Studont Subscrlptlono IOO.kO ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE College Subscription . 123.00 Faculty Subscriptions 20.00 Any ono having a claim or claims The names of nil people, whoso UiiHlnoss Men S0.00 against tho citato of S. E. Welch, decity tax?s aro nut paid before April Booth 110.00 ceased. Is hereby notified to present Membership Fees 9th, will bo published. Uio same, properly verified, to John 560.00 W. Welch, administrator, on or benews Totat fore April 2nd, 1912, or same will Disbursements. Regular mooting, March 12th. J 200.00 bo barred. Secretary's Salary Tho City Council has taken steps Statu Committee 15.00 John W. Welch, Admr. for tho construction of a city jail. International Committee 10.00 ANNOUNCEMENT Tho tax rato has already been in- Blblo Study 40.00 creased so as to ccver tho cost, and Soclnl Committee 50.00 Wo aro authorized to announce Uio a committee lias been apHlnted to Mission Committee 40.00 candidacy of Mr. C. C. Wallaoo of chooso tho site. This Is a movement Membership Committee 35.00 Itlchmond, Ky., as a delegate from that has long been needed. 20.00 Personal Work Committee tho 8th District, to Uio NaU-ouAn ordinance has also been passed Heliglous Meetings Committee Sj.uO this, Republican Convention to be requiring that Nro escapes be plac- Ftnanco Committee 15.00 held in Chicago, June 18th. ed on all buildings more than two Hand Book 30.00 Mr. Wallaco is an Attorney of promstorlea In height that aro occupied Conference Fund 25.0) inence In Richmond and the presby more than twenty people. 45.00 Itcsorvo ent Chairman of tho Madison Co. Republican Committee. He has been 660.00 Y. M, C A, LECTURE Total prominent In Republican politics (or Tho Board of Directors on Thursn number of years, and his services On Monday, March 25th, at 6:30 day night, March 14th, approved tho nnd loyalty havo been such as not p. m., tho men of tho Y. M. C. A., following Blblo Study courses for tho only to commend him to tho considerand all other men will havo a rare school year 1912-1ation of Uio Republicans of Madison For Colloge Men "Tho Will of County, treat In a lecture to be given by Dr. but to tho district at large. Thos. C. Holloway of Lexington. This God" Wright Taught by Prof. Rum-olMr. Wallace, whllo appreciating the lecturo will bo Illustrated In tho former services nnd tho greatness of 1, 2, 3, and 4 Academy, and 2, 3, ( Main Chapel undor Uio topic of "A Mr. Roosevelt, Is committed to the and 4 Normal, "Seacock's I.tfo and renomlnatlon of Pres. Tuft, feeling Man Should Know." Dr. Holloway is chairman of tho Travels of Iaul." Student leaders that the Taft Administration has of coached by Prof. Calfcc. Commission for tho prevention been so great as to deserve not only 1 Normal, 1, and 2 Vocational and . the endorsement of tho party, but Blindness In Kentucky and Is very Schools, Trumbull's another four years' Iciso of life. highly recommended by prominent Foundation citizens of Loxlngton. Tickets will "Men who Dared," and Clark's "Steps ANNOUNCEMENT be distributed for admission at tho In Christian Life." Student lenders Y. M. C. A. office from 10 to 12 n. coached by Prof. Clark. Each to ruu To the Democrats and ClUxeaa ( m. Saturday and Monday, tho 23rd n semester. Madison County, Kentucky: A more defiulto announcement conand 23th of March. See that you get announco my candidacy I hereby cerning tho Mission Courses will 1x3 yours. mado later. For tho present wo will for Uio offlco of Judge of Uio Madisay that thero will bo threo classes son County Court, and 1 will appremeeting, Sundays, at the S. S. hour. ciate and bo under many obligations Supplementing these, a locturo courso to you for your support. If aomlaat-e- d and elected, I pledge myself to lb thought dcslrablo. A social, for members only, was tho enforcement of tho laws acalast held In tho Parish House, Saturday all offenders allko; to show a partinight from 7 to 9. Interesting stories ality tor or toward any one; to do wero told by Prof. Rumold, Prof. Cro- everything I can for Uio advaneeaatat mer nnd Mr. Morton. Tho Aerial and of good roads without favoring aay Alpha Zvta quartetts gate several particular section of the Couaty; to treat everyeno having builnonlusay selections. offlco courteously and kindly; to FLEECING THE PUBLIC welcomo you In tho offlco at all times, and to boo that the tax payers The scheme was as simple as tt got full valuo for every pint of oaa-c- y was alluring. A number of men oxpen'Jod by the County. Hoping bought for about a dollar an aero to havo a favorable conslderaUoa at a largu tract of land In the wilds of your hand, 1 am yours very traly, Florida. It was an examo of sand H. C. Rise. covered with dwarf plno and scrub oak, and far removed from railroad 2 cans Tomatoes and 1 Corn, 25c and water transportation, but tho pros- 3 cans Corn 25c . pectus and maps mado a strong ap3 cans Peas 25c peal to the pecplo of tho north, to 25c whom Florida was tho land of iho 3 cans Pie Peaches orango and pineapple, the land of Heavy Syrup Tabic Peaches, 20c perpetual spring, the of 2 cans Waldorf Corn land 25c Pcnco do Leon nud tho Fountain of 2 cans Waldorf Peas. 25c Youth. In addition, tho quarter ncru 15c lots Into which this Eden was divid- Waldorf Tomatoes..... 5c per pound ed could bo had for tho mere cost of Navy Beans " recording tho deeds, which was about Choice Dried Peaches, $3. Tills Is how tho promoters mado AT their money: They bargained with tho recorders of deeds In tho counties In which they had land to record copies of tho deeds for fifty t. JUJOTES "IoticT" citTcouncil al 3. d. ' 12c TATUM'S Delivers Any Time SPECIAL SALE NECKWEAR Col-log- Saturday, Mr. J. H. Sowdor of Knox County IN MEMQRIAM stopped off at Berea for a day on his return from Richmond. His two sons Mrs. Bradley Lako of Silver Creek, who wero In school hero accompanied daughter of David and Magglo Pul-11him homo. of Berea, died, March 8th, af"Tho ter only ono, day's sickness. Prof. Cromer's lecture. World's Bid for a Man," In Upper Two years ago last September sho Chapel, Monday morning, was very was married to Bradley Lake. Ono o, Interesting. child was born to them, Nelllo At a meting of tho students' Roose-vo- lt who la now sixteen months Club In tho upper chapel, Monold. Mrs. Lako united with tho Bapday ovcnlng, a citizens' Roosovelt tist church six years ago and slnco Club was organized. Mr. Chas. Bur-det- that tlmo has lived a consistent was elected President. Christian life. In tho death of Mrs. Mr. Tom Bskcr returned, Saturday, Lake Mr. and Mrs. Pulllns aro bereavfrom Tampa, Fla., whero ho has boon ed of tbolr third and last child. , employed for tho past tow months. Wo extend to them and tho Mr. Thos. J. Clark, a representative husband our deepest sympathy of tho Rcdpath Lyceum Bureau and in this sad hour. Slayton Lyceum Bureau was In town Tho funoral services were conducttho first of the week. ed by President Frost at the Silver Tho students in Lower Chapel en- Creek Baptist church, Sunday, Mar. joyed the lecture given by Prof. Dins-mo10th, at 10 o'clock. The burial was on "Heredity," or "Hitter Dit- at Macedonia burying ground In ty," as he called it, Monday morning. Rockcaatlo Ccunty. Mr. N. B. Roso or Cincinnati, 0 a representative of tho American BINGHAM ON THE WAY Book Company, left, Sunday, nftor Ong Root, March 17, 1912. having Bjicnt several days In town. Dear 'Mister Committeeman: Mr, Roso Is a graduate of Yale My company consisting of ono wife, Ho is very much pleased with Berea College and the work it is do- two valises and a violin caso, will ing for the mountain boys and girls. arrive In your city on March 23, at His homo was In Wolfe County prior 12:35 p. m. via Richmond, Ky. You to his college life. He is planning to can tell .which is the violin caso and send a younger brother of bis to which Is I, for I'll bo "totolng" Mrs. Bingham's big vallso, also 1 will wear school hero next year. Ger-trudre Col-leg- o. cents each, so that they made Hit INVITATION OU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED to attend the first exhibition of 1912 spring fashions in ready-to-wegarments for men, women and children at'JSe 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 arc showing in suits, hats, caps, neckwear and low shoes for men and boys, all kinds of ready made garments for ladies, consisting of dress-skirtwash-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. A 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. J ar s, s, HA YE BEREA, S C& "?& Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY. March 21, 191 J. THE CITIZEN. whou wo do get It. Eighth And greatest of all among tho needs of our State, I would placo tho production ot nioro stock. When wo work hard to produce a crop and tako tho plant fcod out ot our soil, why should wo sell tho product so that two or thrco mlddlo men may make a profit beforo It reaches tho feed every Wo should consumer? pound of our crops on tho farm, thus Having tho fertilizer and securing Uio highest possible price for tho product. Having raised tho animal, wo should fatten it, It wo aro to mako tho highest profit. Tho production of tho bono and lean tlssuo takes the elements from our soli; tho fat comes largely from tho air, which Is freo to all. If you put $25 worth ot plant food Into an animal, why not ndd tho next $10 from tho Page Five. Mr. Housekeeper: 1 Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? You buy the same goods at Engle's S Why not let the Telephone do some of the work at home and save your wife from fret and worry? How many unnecessary steps it saves the housewife can onjy 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? for less money r Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, Flour, Meal, Sugar, Coffee Always The Best BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED ono who buys a complete fertilizer for the Bake of a little needed phosphorus or potash Is lacking In judguiont, or, wo had better say, knowledge. As a chain Is no stronger than Its weakest link, bo tho noil Is no richer than its shortest clement. To strengthen the chain wo need only repair the weak link; to Improve our noil, s we need only to add that which lacking. Clone observation and care ful study will teach us how to deter-nilii- u what reully Is tho needed element. Seventh Wo must learn how to buy, caro for and uso Improved agricultural machinery. Tho farmer on the hillside with tho douhlo shovel, the hoe and tho corn knife can never raise corn to ccmputo with his level land neighbor who uses tho corn planter, two horse cultivator and tho harvester. Hut ho can produco as many blades of grass to tho aero as many fruit trees and as much timber, all of which aro very largely cured for by hand labor, and thus compete with tho level land farmer. requires Intelligence for Machinery Its use. Ono man with a good brain can accomplish, with pleasure, what several may do with brute force. Hut abovo all, when wo pay our hard earned cash for this machinery, wo must learn how to caro for It, so that It will servo us for a lifetime. I have seen tho reaper and tho cultivator remain In tho field for months after they had been used a crime that ought to bo punished with six months' work on tho public pike. Let us take, caro of our machinery air and get $35. . . INTENSIVE FARMING Profitable. F. O. CLARK .. Eight Things We Must Learn to Make Farming Tbero aro about olgbt great things that wo Kentucky farmers need to practice, It wo aru to Increase tho profits ou tho farm. Tho first Is Thorough tillage of tho soil. Wo nwd to Warn that clay and sandy soil should not bo tilted nllko; should soils, llko tbo Band, plowed In tho spring; others, such as clay, In tho fall; somo deep, others shallow; but nearly all doccr than la our custom. I found a farmer In Eugland plowing twenty-tw- o Inches dei, and that was on land which had bocn under cultivation for 700 yuars. Wo need to Joarn how to prcparo tho soil after soil It Is plowed so that all tho may como in contact with partlcty-tho seed, and tho seed bo pressed firmly In tho soil. Si'coud Wo must Belect better seed, so that all will gurmluato and not leavo missing hills In tho corn- so that every kernel of corn may produco a full slio stalk with or two fully dovetoied ears; o must know that when wo are sowing grass wo will not reap weeds; wo must know that our seed Is dot Infested with disease, and that It Is soil Uio very best variety for our and conditions. Wo must know how to tost grass seed for purity, and corn for germination. Tho germlua-to- n test alono would lncreasu Kentucky's corn yield a million bushels In a sluglo year. Wo must not bo afraid to pay two prices If necessary, In order to got tho very best seed. Third Wo must learn tho relation of tho water supply to plant growth, wo must learn how to tell whether our soil Is acid, by tho simple uso of litmus pupt-r- , mj that wo may know whether or not limo should bo applied. Wo must learn how somo bo s ed vcgctablo matter, that holds tho water In tho soil. If our land lacks humus, wo must plow under ryo or boiiio other green crop to sccuro It. must usj our straw, cornstalks and Utter on tho soil to keep tho water from wanning tho hillsides, and to add humus where It Is lacking. Wo must remember that water In not n plant food, but It la necessary to carry tho food through tho plant. Wo must remember that too much water In tho soil drives tho air out and thus hinders decomposition, putrlfactlon and plant growth. Wo must learn how to uso tho surface mulch to carry our crop thru tho dry season and surfaco drainage, to carry It through tho wet spell. Fourth Wo find, much to our astonishment, that only six or eight plants aro expected to produco agri cultural prosperity in Kentucky, As j orhas said, "Slnglo crop-fiel- Knapp ping never mado a prosperous jioople." j yu must o learn how to ralso a en or nftoeu different plants, so that wo may dlstrlbuto our labor as well as tho draft ou tho soil. Wo must ham tho secret of crop rotation-h- ow It Is that tho legumo Is able to draw nitrogen out of tho air and put It into tho soil for the corn and tobacco that follows. Wo must learn that a tilled crop, a grain and a grass, nil require different elements, so that we can rest tho soil by chang- Ing ltn occupation. Ab the student may get rest on tho foot ball field, ho thu clover rests tho soil for corn. I Wo must learn how to Inoculato our Wo d; doz-onI I And oo wo might go on for hours, suggesting tho needs of Uio farmer. It Is not, "what wo do not know," but , "what wo fall to do" that Is holding tho farmer down. It Is plainly to bo scon that farming Is a business requiring eclcntitlc study equal to that of any other profession of our time, and It wo would succeed wo must obscrvo tho plants, read tho bulletins, tho farm papers and attend all agricultural gatherings. As wu pick up tho dally papers wo read that over In China two million people are starving to death for lack of food; and why Is tho food short? Simply because, they have failed to obscrvo tho laws of scientific agriculture. They have removed tho trees and grass, leaving tho barron soil which has caused floods and drouths. Tho trcoc and grass hold the moisture In Uio soil when It rains, thus retaining It for uso In tho dry season. Tho barren field allows It to run off causing a flood, and tho heat of tho hot sun bakes tho soil and absorbs tbo water, thus leaving little remaining In the soli at Uio time when it Is most needed. Dare wo think tho tlmo will como In this beautiful land of ours when people will bo starving for lack of food? Never! Hut wo farmers must art so to meet tho needs of tho time. Wo must learn how to practice scientific agriculture; to care for and cherish our soil as n valuablo jewel, so that wo can mako not only a good living, but pass on a hciitago worthy of tho name "Old Kentucky," and, may wo say with Theodoro Roosevelt, "Wo havo faith that we shall not provo falso to the memories of Uio men of tho mighty Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? Phone 60 R. J. ENGLE, Bea, Ky. student to havo to travel tor his boozo, and presumably many will go without It hereafter, for It must havo been much handler In tho past. TO OCCUPY OLD CAPITOL) Tho Legislature passed a bill rd- proprlatlng funds for tho repair of tne old capltol buildings, and thev aro soon to bo occupied by tho Aerl- cultural Department, Prison Commis sion, Historical Society and somo othors; tho new capltol, although It has only boon occupied a year, not affording sufficient room. MEMORIAL FOR NANCY HANKS Tho Stato Federation of Women'a Clubs has inaugurated a movement to croct a memorial to Nancy Hanks, tho mother of Abraham Lincoln. Mrs. Leech ot Louisville has In chargo tho raising ot the funds. NEWS OF THE WEEK (Continued from first page eight yoars havo elapsed slnco I left there, yet tho memories aro over dear to me, and Dcrca holds such a big placo In my heart, that 1 expect to return somo time within a year. I a, hope, to educate my children In which Is to mo tho garden spot of tho world. I also think Tho Citizen Uio best paper ot its kind In tho world. I have a largo scrap book mado up Just from tbo clippings I'vo taken from Tho Citizen. It Is as good as any book I could buy. Be-re- May God bless Uio good work you are doing.. I am, Yours truly, Mrs. J. L. Stcclman, 1177 Market St., Chohalls, Wash. HATER BEREA. BRAVELY ON! Infolded deep, uy mountain keep. Where echoes linger and blue shadow! sweep. With bleating! of iun and of dew and of itar, Materl we come to thy call from afar. Mater Berea. thy heroei sleep. Infolded fast. lllent with the past. Flying forever abroad with the blast: We bring new brain, we bring new brawn. Fresh to the fray bring the courage of dawn. Mater Berea. thy Loyal Last. nerea fair, Iterea chere, Builded In faith and denvrooted In prayer. They who have died salute thee, the living; We who are coming salute tnee. tne giving Bear we thy spirit afar as we fare I Be mountain height Soaring In light. Mater Berea. thy symbol of might: Sons of the hills, we forward thy token. Uuam thy fair lame, vow the word tnou nast spoken. Mater beloved. Honor and Right! past." The Farm Special Train Reaches Berea, Friday, the 29th, 7:30 p. m. Program in Both Upper and Lower Chapel. I to make surfaco drainage a practical thing, especially ou clay boII; wo must learn how and when to tile our land, so Uiat Uio surplus water la tho ground can pass off. It Is Interestd ing to nolo that only about of tho water that falls In a year Is Wo needed for tho avcrago crop. must learn how to get rid of tho as well as to savo extra one-thirtwo-third- s, soil, so that theso legumes may de velop tho bactorla necessary to storo tho nitrogen In tho soil. Wo must learn thnt certain plants aro adapt-- I od to Uio hillsides, others to tho n nrui mmtra m Tim rinv ... ..... -- . annii .. IJIUQl l ui u i.ww IU IUIH u (iuuu v.- - Minnie E. Bird. A phrase frequently on the lips and in the letters of Mrs. John G. Fee in her closing days was. The school moves bravely onl I I chard and garden ho that cur eel- ... i HUM iiui. Y.III IAIB ...in JU n..nM.....t.t uiLiiiuniiih ..,i. ritlt ana vegetauios, tnus requiring mo uso 'of less meats and brought-o- n and Surfaco o will removo tho excess. Docp plowing In tho fll, and a winter cover crop on our com land, will holp us to hold our necessary It Is Uio humus, or decay- tho nooded one-thirundcr-dralnagono-thlr- If ONE DROP down the throat ot a "ifapey" (he wurmi chicken detroy anl aave the chlck' life. A Ijw ilrnp In the UrinkliiK water CURES and PREVENTS GAPES whito diarrhoea, roup, cholera aol other chick tliieaiet. Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry ralter itiouM keep a bottle ot (him medicine on hand. tuple Write (nr tree axil Uooklet on "DUoaiea ot Vomit." Addreis, lOUIlOR REUCOT COalPAUT, itilagloa, If. One 50c liotllc of Sold by PETTUS & PARKS, Berea, Ky. foodstuffs. Fifth Wo must learn how to fight tho fungus diseases and tho Insect IKSts. Hy careful pruning ond spraying It Is posslblo to produco luscious fruit In any section ot our State. Ily tho uso of formaline end other chemicals, it Is posslblo to removo oat smut, potato scab and many other plant diseases, llordeaux mixture, korosono omulslon, parts gram and other remedies will practically on ollmlnato tho diseases common tho Kentucky farm. An hour with tho sprayer Is wcrth a pocketful ot greenbacks when tho harvest comes. Our government bulletins will glvo remedies for nearly nil common diseases. Sixth Wo must learn tho proper use of commercial fertilizers as well as how to caro for and apply barnyard manure. Tho complcto fertilizer There Is an artlclo seldom noeded. aro but thrco main elements that aro lacking In our soil nitrogen, Nitrogen phosphorus nnd potash. costs about sixteen cents a pound; phosphorus and potash tlvo and six, but tho beauty is, tho nitrogen can be furnished by tho legutnos, making It necessary to buy only tho two cheaper clcmcnU. Tho farmer vdio would buy tho wholo store to socuro would a suit of clothes and bo considered a fool; llkowlso, tho bed-stea- Tho Agricultural Special train rotations; feeding, breeding and manwhich Is being prepared by tho Col- agement ot llvo stock; Judging of 11 vo stock; lege ot Agriculture of the State Unimarket classes and grades versity and tho State Department of of llvo stock; dairy cattlo, breeding Agriculture at Frankfort, to be ruu and feeding; dairy management; disover tho various roads of Kentucky, eases of llvo stock; orchard and small wilt be ono of tho best educational fruit management; insect and fungus flntUTeH that havo ever been of pests and tholr eradication; sprays fered to tho ieoplo ot Kentucky. and spraying; truck gardening; poulMuch time and money havo been try raising nnd management; cookspent In tho effort to make this train ery, composition of foods, etc.; houso- a "unlvorslty on wheels." to bo tnk- - ' hold enulnnicnt and homo decoration: on to tho very doors of tho iooplc, homo and farm sanitation and agri' Besides tho two living cars which cultural clubs. Tho specialists from tho College, will accommodato tho thirty or more people who will composo tho staff, will treat tho various lines of agrithcro will bo six cars devoted to tho culture that aro to bo presented and by various lines ct agriculture, fitted up tholr work will bo supplemented with exhibits Illustrative 0f tko topics the services ot somo ot tho most of tho lectures. To glvo an Index as widely known authorities in tho to tho mako-u- p of tho exhibits, tho United States. Special attention should bo called following may bo mentioned: grain and forage, crops for Kentucky; Im- to tho women's work, which will ocproved farm Implements; enlarged cupy ono entire ccticu. This will be photographs, teaching lessons In agri- In chargo ot somo of tho best known culture; Bccres ot agricultural charts; authorities In tho country on homo llvo stock of various kinds; illustra- economics In all Its branches. Literature on tho topics treated tions of tho work ot tho College; printed regarding free will bo given away to those Interestbulletins courses; samples ot soils and fertil- ed in any particular subject. Tho day and hour at which this izers; spraying outfits for orchards and gardens; completely cqulppad train will arrlvo at your station Is dairy; work of Insects and fungus printed In this nowspaper, special no- pesta and dovlccs for their destruc- tlco having been sent from head tion; rations Eultablo for various class- quarters. T. U. Bryant, es ot llvo stock; scores of fowls ot all types; Incubators, brooders, and Supt. Extension Division, Kentucky poultry supplies; domestic science car Agricultural Experiment Station. fully equipped; largo" varloty of agriWASHINGTON LETTER cultural bulletins and many other Interesting things. Chohalls, Wash., Mar. 6, 1012 Tho lectures will bo upon such Dear Editor: subjects as tho following: soli manPloaso send Tho Citizen another agement; restoration of worn soils; year. I can not do without It. mixing and applying fertilizers; crop I nm an old student ot Berea FAREWELL TO MRS. PUTNAM Continued from First rage Not a slpper of rum, Not a cliewer of gum, A young girl. young girl; An An active, aspiring young girl; A morning ariser, marvel-of-sense early-retiring A dandy despiser, A progressive, American girl. A lover-of-pros- e young girl; Not a young girl; Not given to splutter, Not "utterly utter," Hut a matter-of-fayoung girl. was active and took a lively Interest lu matters of science and Invention. Glowing tribute was paid to htm by Admiral Peary, tho dlscoveror ot tho North Pole. , BURIAL OF THE MAINE On Saturday, tho 16th, tho battleship Maine, recently raised from her grave of mud In Havana Harbor, was floated out three miles, and with her colors flying sunk in six hundred fathoms of water. Tho bodies of 63 ot tho crew who havo bocn entombed In tho vessol tor fourteen years aro being convoyed on tbo North Carolina to Washington where they will be given burial In Arlington Cemef tery. PRESIDENT IN THE EAST Pres. Taft is on a three days trip through Now England. On Monday ho addressed the general court, by which name tho Massachusetts Legislature Is known, and took occasion to mako his position plain as to tho recall ot Judicial decisions, and also declared himself In favor ot presidential primaries when properly authorized by tho states and protected by sufficient safeguards. MEXICAN TRADE Trado ot tho United States with Mexico Is showing tho effect of tho disturbed business conditions in that country. This Is especially truo with reforenco to exports which show a much greater decline than Imports. Exports to Mexico during tho last year show a fall ot about 20 per cent" when compared with tho Immediately preceding year, whllo Imports show also a slight decline but less than that ot exports. WILEY RESIGNS Dr. Harvoy W. Wiley ot tho Bureau of Chemistry, who has done more for tho health and happiness ot tho pcoplo of the United States than any other man, by securing young girl; young girl; A sparkling clear eye, What says, "I will try," A young girl. young girl; An A young girl; A quiet and pure, A A rightly-ambitio- complexion-delicio- us d honrst-courting g A A A A modest, demure, young girl. lr ever-discr- sought-everywher- e future-most-fa- young girl; young girl; This An We too seldom meet young girl. IN OUR OWN STATE (Continued fawn firs pace) upon tho bill, tho papers announco that liquor can no longer bo sold "noar" tho University. Four hundred feet Is certainly a long dlstanco for a college commenting Lox-ingt- regulations Insuring tho purity ot nearly all food products, has resigned his position. Tho reason given was tho constant friction between himself and his superiors In tho Agricultural Department BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE A QOMPLETE LINE PETTUS C& PARKS CHESTNUT STREET, BEREA, KENTUCKY 2)11108, PERFUMERY, HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES DOOLEY'S FOR 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' SILthe regular price. .. .'. VERWARE" at about one-thir- d pHcesRUht j, d. CLARKSTON stvetj8 MAIN STREET, near Bank aCa11 flfoebfdnes, Chemicals SOAP, SYRINOES, BRUSHES, COMBS, WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY We Handle The Purest and Best Goods Chester Parks The Feed Man PHONE 64. CALL AND INVESTIGATE Call for what you want and get what you call for. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR BUTTER, EGOS, CHICKENS. Reduced Prices on Pork I 12Kc. - 10c Pork Steak Fresh Potk Shoulder Pork Chops 12c. Ham llftc. Leaf Lard, guaranteed pure. WddBulltoK.(rMr Main and J. PtOJI. Richmond Street, Berea, Ky. Fresh and cured meats and lard, Fish and Oysters. PALACE MEAT MARKET ....... .... .... 1. ROBERTS, Page Sbc THE CITIZEN. "Aren't they dangerous, these polar bears? she asked. In hi answering laugh she heard the ring of rising excitement. "I won't deny," he said, "that if I hnd my way about It, I'd haro you safely shut up Inside the hut thero before I tried (conclusions with him. Olvo me the i rovolver, and take caro to keep out of tho lino of fire. If you tea a chance to slip Inaido tho hut, do It And don't nssumo that he's dead tiritll I tell you so. These polar bears hate no nerves nt all. You can't shock them. They don't stop until jou havo put their locomotor facilities complete ly out of business." She was smiling when sho handed him tho revolver, "Here's luck," sho said. "Don't bo afraid for me." March 21, 1912. fghtlns with wm tuddeii ware of The sight of her made It hard for "Mind!" ihe echoed. "Did you thin plain terror. him to stick to hts mnps. Out present I wanted to do embroidery?" Cayley went out Into the little vet ly be looked up with He showed her how tho work wna to sudden qucs tlbule and closed nnd bolted the outer tlon. "Do you happon to find nny bo done, nnd In flvo minutes Kite whs door. He contrived to waste n minute thing" bo began, and then broke off busily cngnged at it. 8ho had moved or two over tho trifling task, in order shortly, to another bunk, n llttlo further from to give her thnt moment by hcrtclf. Prom her fnce, ' as It the ftre, nnd he, with Innocont artifice, When he enmo back, closing tho In- was, ho could see thnt whnt sho had hnd contrived thnt thu big soft ner door behind him ns he did to, ho been rending Just then was no mere should bo spread out i. rider found thnt she had taken off her rap description of this land upon which her and tho heavy cur coat which had en- they hnd been cast away, but someMcanwhllo ho plunged Into n syscumbered her shoulders nil day, nnd thing far moro personal to tho father tematic senrch, through journnl and hung them upon n convenient wooden sho hnd lost hore. mnps, for the thing thnt wan cpell peg In tho wall. She was standing "There's something perfectly terri- either llfo or death for them. nenr the fireplace now, wnrmlng her fying," sho sold, "about fnthor's deAt tho end or nn hour he look-v- l up scription of this man Uoscoe. Over suddenly, nn oiclnmntlon or triumph cold fingers nt the blnzo. Cayley started n llttlo nt sight of hero nenr tho end, beforo tho sun on hla lips. Hut nt the sight tit her. It her, for now sho wm transformed, camo back to them, ho tells of going died out In n smile. Sho bod n!' ped too. Standing there, silhouetted out for a wnlk by himself nnd of dis down on tho sleeping bus, hor head against tho blnzo, in her gray cardi- covering thnt Itoscou wns stalking crndlcd In tho crook or one nrm, And Cayley smiled, too. "Keep behind gan Jacket and moleskins, sho looked blm, in tho hope, ho thought, of dis sho was rnst uslccp. ' rao, but not so far that you'ro In any like n young boy. Ho hnd discovered covering. In ndvnnco of tho others, danger of getting cut oft In case before this thnt thero was not n grain whero (he gold ledge was. In Uio twiCHAPTER XV. havo to dance around him a llttlo. of falso modesty about her; neverthe- light, father stirs, ho looked, In his Thoro he's winded us already." less, It pleased him when, with n cer- whlto perfectly enormous Discoveries. Cayley turned for a last look at her, tain charming frnnk simplicity, sho nnd Incredlblo. And Philip" Tho sunlight of another crystnlllno He had slipped his bundled wings called his attention to her costume. Sho closed tho book, holding it tight day had mado n path of gold across from his back and laid them on tho "It's n lucky tiling." she observed, in both hnnds, nnd leunlng forward a tho floor nnd half way tip tho wall ice. Ho was still smiling, but some 'that I dressed ror a scramble over llttlo ns she went on, "and Philip, his when Philip roused himself rrom whnt what Ironically. "I'm half nfraid he'll tho lea before coming ashore with description sounds oh, I supposo It's hn had Intended to make the) merest run away," ho said, "and half afraid Undo .lerry and Mr. Scales. And silly, but It sounds llko tho thing I on ono or tho bunks, and with he won't." lucky, too, thnt I didn't change back thought I saw today whon I was alone difficulty rubbed his eyes opon. The Tno next Instant all doubt on that when wo returned to tho Aurora. I there on tho beach, beforo you camo savour or something good tu eat was head was set at rest. Tho monster left it the second tlmo with no other ' Hying down out of tho sky. It didn't nlrendy In his nostrils. hissed and camo lumbering toward Idea than of pulling about rar nwhlle look llko n bear, It wouldn't have Jcnnne, with her bark to hlrn, wns them, pretty rapidly, across tho Ice. bending over tho fire, busy with the In the dinghy. I'd have Cone thnt Just been so dreadful It It hnd." Cayley advanced slowly to meet the samo If I hnd dressed ror dinner "It's possible," ho said gravely, "it brnakfnst. Sho heard blm ntlrrlng, him, but not In a direct linn. Instead, thnt night, ns I usually did." may hnvo been ho whom I frightened and looked around, he bore off In a enrre to the left. The "Oh, I'm sorry." she snld. "I didn't Yea," ho said. "A skirt would off when I camo down last night. Cergirl understood tho maneuver tnstnnt-ty- , hnvo been a pretty serious matter to tainly thero wns somebody, nnd that mean to bang that pan down thnt way and, herself, set out landward at a people In our situation." somebody mny still bo hero on shore, I meant you to go on nlocplng for brisk pace, moving In tho arc of a cirShow me tho rest or our house," though I supposed he had gone out to hour nnd hours," cle, parallel to his but larger, In she commanded presently. "This is Join In tho attack on tho yacht. Hut Looking fairly nt him ns bo sr.t such a way as to keep tho bear, Philip tho only room 1'vo seen." It's very strange, If thoro Is any one, thero on tho bunk she snw his hnnds and herself, as all three moved In The subdivision of the hut was ac thnt we could havo passed a whole clutch tightly over the edgn of it; directions. In a straight line. snw tho color go ebbing out of his complished by an Ushaped partition day without encounlorlng him." They quartered round In this way, seven feet or so from the outer Tho girl shlverod; then, with a fnce nnd then como surging back tho bear swerving in well toward wall, around two sides of It. It shako of her head nn if dismissing tho again. She had seon him do that onco Philip, until all three wero In a line, yielded two tiny, cubical bedrooms uncanny thought rrjra her mind, said: before. about equidistant from the hut. Philip (that was the purposo which the "You started to oak me about some"Why what's the matter. Phlllpr and tho bear, were, perhaps, a dozen wooden thing else, and I Interrupted." 2o asked. bunk In each paces apart. Without turning, ho call- Indicated); and n third of them "1U It took hlra a moment to collect his Just the wonder or you," hn room of ed over his shoulder to her, "Now run tho same width (nbout seven rcet), thoughts. "Oh, ynt. Thcro's some- said klowly; t wnklng up to find you for it for the hut. HI keep him but running the entlro length of the thing marked hero on this map which here, busy nbout tt'. homo of our amused out here." Tottered Forward and Collapsed In a Heap. side of the hut nearest tho cliff. This I took at first for tlm location of tho as If ns If It wero nil true. I've been At the sound or his voico tho bear room hnd evidently served for stores hut, but It appear uow that It was very deep asleep." rushed him. Tho girl had never In and for a kitchen, since part of tho marked bcroro they built It I wonder "You'd better get ready for breakher lire round anything so hard to do reconstructed fireplace projected Into ir. In the early pages or tho Journal, fast," she said, In a tono whnnn matns to obey orders now. Hut sho did It. It was In this last room where tho thero was a description of any natural ter t Inflection was n llttlo exagobey and was running at top speed greater part of what tho searchers forrontlon about here llko n caro, gerated. "It's nearly rrndy" open door of tho hut when from the Aurora had dismissed ns toward tho When they hnd finished, nnd whllo she heard Cayley fire for tho first ruuuiBii was accumuiaieu Sho mado ns If to open tho book, they still sat fare lo faco ncrors the time. Just ns sho reached It, sho then, ruddenly. chnnged her intontlon hoard plank which had nerved them Cayley did as tho girl commanded, heard his second shot. When she and showed her every nook and cup imd held it out to htm. Instead for n tnble, Cayley loaned forward u turned about, panting, to observo tho board which the four walls of the hut I haven't been playing fair," sho , little and, smiling, asked n question. result of It, tho two seemed to her contnlned. What's tho secret. Jennno? Your When they returned to said. "I wasn't really looking for any to bo at horribly close quarters. Tho the living room where tho fire was. thing. I wns Just reading stories nnd oyes hnvp been shining with mystery bear, reared up on his hind legs, had h dropped down on one of tho bunks dreaming over them. It's his hand- ever sltico wo snt down hore" Just lunged forward. writing, I think, that mnkes It so hard She laughed. "You'ro much too peni ? little sigh or fatlgu- Ho sprang back clear of tho flashing, "You're b it disobeying orders," ho to bo good. It'a well, almost llko etrating. I didn't mean you even to "W.ROSSER or those terrible claws. said, looking her over with a scythclike cut serious hearing his volco. Won't you work, dream Ihere was a mystery to pern OPVRIOffT IflfO BY TMf CENTDflV CO A little to the girl's surplso and conCOPYOICMT I9IOOV THE SOCCCOS CO sort or smile. "You've let yourseir the book nnd tho maps and glvo me (rate. Hut welt. It's tlmo to tell you siderably to her alarm, ho turned nnd get too tired. You'll have lo make something lo do with my hnndJ, I now. any wny." went sprinting up tho beach toward up Tor it by being exceptionally obedi- mean? oh. I know I'm tired, but that She, loo, leaned forward a liltlo nnd tho bear ent now." shook her head at him with a tantadoesn't matter." "I had a fright," she admitted; "but the talus, at full speed, SYNOPSIS. Cnyrers first impulse was to refuse, lizing air or triumph. g I don't sco how you could know. I'm wounded, but not In tho least disabled, As ho spoke, he shook out the lumbering niter him. "You didn't And the thing you wero very suro I didn't cry out." on tho bunk, behind where but it needed only ono thoughtful look Philip Cayley. accused of a crime of It takes a fast runner to outrun a she was sitting Into her faco to convlnco bin (hat tho looking ror last night In rather Jour"No, I heard nothing, no sound at which he Is not guilty, resigns from the army In disgrace, anil his affection for nil. I just knew, and so I came to bear, but Cayley did It. Whon he "You'ro to Ho down on that," he kindest, as well as the wlscat, thing nal tho plnco whero thoy hid tho his friend. Lieut. Terry Hunter, turns to hatred. Cflvlev neolfH anlttnilA trh.M he you as fast as I could. What was It reached tho foot or tho talu3, tho bear said, "until I can got supper ready; was to do as sho asked. An unennny stores, I mean." perfects a flying machine. While soaring that frightened you?" was 20 pacc3 behind blm. Sho saw and directly after supper you're to horror of tho monstrous Itoscoo and "Oh. but I did!" ho cried. "I only over the Arctic regions, ho picks up a "Nothing at all, I Imagine. I wa3 him stop short, whirl round asaln and tako this bag Into whichever of those tho appalling Idea that he. and per- waited to glvo you tlmo to eat n necvMi.uuai Biiupca suck ne naa seen in ine assassin's hand. Mounting again, he dis- sitting here on tho ledge, looking at face his pursuer with a shout. bedrooms you would llko ror yours, haps others of his gang, might bo essary and sensible breakfast before covers a yacht anchored In the bay. DeTho bear also checked his speed and really undress and no to heC." sharing the solitude or this frozen 1 opoko of It I had It on (he tip or scending near tho stenmer, ho meets a that wonderful sky, and all at onco girl on an Ice doe. Ho learns that the I found I was growing She nssentod to that after a little coast with them was plainly to be my tonguo to suggest that wo set afraid. I didn't and reared up onco more, towering, lrl name Is Jeanne Fielding and that Then Cayley demur. That ho had rightly guessed rend in her eyes, and her own pre- about finding It In good enrnrst, when ho yacht has come north to seek signs know what It was about, at all. I sup- upon his hind legs. of her father. Captain Fielding, an arctic pose It was just because I was a little fired twice, the shots coming so close- tho degree of her ratiguc war. attested scription for dispelling it waa prob- I saw. In your eyes, thnt you hnd a g explorer. A party from the yacht Is ably the best thnt could bo thought or. mystery or your own." by tho fact that when he search ashore. After Cayley departs tired and hnd begun to reallzo that I ly together as to bo hardly distinguishJeanne finds that he had dropped a curi- was a long way from from home. I able. Ono or both of them took In tho hut niter dressing tho few) that With a nod or assent, he roso and It was evident from tho look In ously-shaped stick. Captain I'lanck and the surviving crew of his wrecked whaler had como around tho headland, not stantaneous effect. The great yellow. was to provide their evening meal, ho went Into tho storeroom, returning tho those eyes now that sho was both surare In hiding on the coast. A giant n mass tottered forward, and round her cuddled up upon tho great next moment with an armful of hoary prised nnd puzzled, Fielding really to look for more firewood, but rope. "You found It Inst night!" sho exana nnmedJloscoo. had murdered the ex- In tho bopo that I might happen to collapsed in a hean onlv n n.im nr inn sheepskin, fast asleep. his two companions, after plorer had revealed the location of an find a cluo to where tho stores are bid- rrom where Philip was standing. "In the old days of wooden Bhlps," claimed. "Found It In the Journal, It was not until his rudimentary enormous ledge of pure gold. Uoscoe then den; and, as I said, suddenly It ; Ho waved his hand at tho girl, and culinary operations wcro nbout com- ho said, "when they wanted to disci- and then never went to looll at It!" took command of the party. It develops (TO Hi: CONTIMIKD.) mur-u' witnessed byhad committed the plans seemed a long way back and I began walked back for his wings. When pleted that, glaclng over to whero sho pline n sailor, they sot htm to picking ru'nan Cayley. Uoscoe lay, he found her regarding him with onkutn. Next to pounding rust off tho to enpturo tho yacht and escape with a to find myself afraid. And then, be she met him, hair way up the beach big load of gold. Valuable Asset. anchor. It's tho dullest Job In tho was carefully taking tho spent a sleepy smile. tells Fanshaw. owner of tho yacht,Jeanne the visit of the ing afraid, I well, I thought I saw ho about Learn to say "No," it will be of n "I thought or something Just as I world. Hut wo need some for calking and shows him the stick left b something moving up there behind the shells out of his rovolver, ono at a cayjey. tanshaw declares that It Is an rocks something big, bigger than a time, and depositing them In his pcck was dropping off to sleop," sho said, up the cracks In our walls. Do you moro uso to you than to lcara to rc I Eskimo throwing stick, used to shoot man, and whitish-yellow.- " Latin. Spurgcon telling how they may prove beautiful Idea. to mind?" "L. Tom Fanshaw returns from the His eyes followed tho direction In et. "No ho commented; thon, with a "a really and tell you. but II tried, too nearchlng party with a sprained ankle. userul." call out was I erry Hunter Is found murdered and I hopu I haven't lost It. It ,V'y l accused of the crime but Jeanne which sho had pointed, but could quick look Into her race, "I hopo you sleepy. believes him Innocent A relief party goes make out nothing In the deep, vibrant weren't frightened when you saw mo was something about oh, I know. 10 nnd the searchers. Tom professes his run." Don't you suppose wo might find n lovo for Jeanne. She rows ashore nnd blue shadows. enters an abandoned hut. and there finds "I supposo I shouldn't havo been cluo to whero the stores aro hidden In "That's likely enough." ho told her. her father's diary, which discloses the "It was probably a bear. If it was. but I'll havo to confess that I was. father's journal or in the maps." eusplclon of Roscoe. fian returns to the hut and seesThe rufHo laid down the drum stick ho bed Jeanne. we're in luck. I'll como back by and You weren't trying to get away from Me is Intent on murder, when the skyman swoops down and the ruffian flees, by and go gunning for him. Hut first. him, or you wouldn't havo run in that been nbout to bite into, und gazed nt ...... eanne elves direction. Hut it looked rather dread her, partly In astonishment, partly In ta. I'm going to take you home." to read. The yacht disappears Why did you a sort of amused dismay that the Idea roe s plans to capture It are and Uos. Sho had uzed tho word before, but ful, just tho same. revealed. Jeanne onlv hope U In Cayley The In whet sense he was not entirely do It?" had not occurred to him beforo, "That seriousness of their situation becomes "Wo were too rar down the beach, suggestion," he said, "Is worth tho suro; and she had undoubtedly used to Jeanno nnd the It not more than half consciously. At too near tho water's edge before. It whole of my day's work. Or cqurso any rate, when ho said It now she was too lato to skin him nnd cut him that's tho way to begin our search CHAPTER XIII ntinued. flushed a little, and so did ho, and up tonight, atid I was afraid If a storm tho only way, and tomorrow mortheir eyes, meeting, brightened sud- were to como up before morning, a ning" Suddenly ho was flying downward, really big storm, we might loso him. "Tomorrow morning! I thought tho an fast as gravity ami his groat wings denly. Silently ho turned away from her It was a lot easier to gat him up the worst thing you could iosslbly say would take hint. Drenched with the began furling up his wings, and beach before I 11 red tliosu last two would bo ntter supper. I wanted to nweat of a sudden terror, cleaving the and she helped him, as sho had helped shots than it would havo been alter. lot tho duck go nnd begin tho search air 60 fast that the sound of Its whin-lu- him that other time when he I thought at first of running toward now." Sho smiled at hlin. "You'll had tried rose to a scream through bis taut to convlnco her that ho was not a tho hut. It occurred to me, only Just compromise, won't you, on directly rigging. Down he Blanted. seaward dream. In time, that thore was no uso In ma- after supper?" a little, past the nd or tho great headHo assented with a laugh. "If you When It was done, they set out king an abattoir of our front yard." land. Then, with the sudden exertion They bad reached tho hut, and as he can kocp nwako, but tho first tlmo I slowly, in tho deepening twilight, for of nil his strength, upon one lowered the hut. finished speaking, thoy entered It. catch you nodding" wing, the other Hashing high like tho "All right." she said, "ouly lot's hur "It's very good of you to walk down Kven Philip caught his breath rather stroko of a scimitar. In the curvo of hore with me," sho said, "you who suddenly with that first glance about ry with tho duck," Thon, a llttlo later. tho shortest possible arc. ho shot its transformed Interior. Tho drift'It can't bo possible, can It, that wo'ro could fly." landward, rounccd, chocked, and wood firo, which glowed upon tho going to eat tho whole of It at ono alighted not far from tho girl. hearth, filled tho wbolo room with meal? It's beginning to look that CHAPTER XIV. She had been seated upon a broken light, and bathed the walla and ratters way. ledgo or rock whon he had first caught with warm colo.--s. Thero was onu compensation to the The Book. sight or her. She was In net of Hero was tholr fortross against tho rudeness or their faro and tho exUy tho time they had reached tho getting to her feet when he alighted, headland, the whole beach before cold and the dark; a fortress, too, iguity of their equipment. Clearing not a half dozen pares away. them was enveloped In tho sapphire against despair. That rudo hearth up after dinner was un operation of She had been pale, but hnr color 3hadow of the cliff, and tho little clus- - which he had built today was to bo cxtrcmo simplicity. had come back now In a sudden surge. Philip When It wan completed, or or nuts toward wh ch thev wcra their altar of hopo. She was breathing unsteadily and her trudging Tho girl stood looking at It a mo- heaped moro wood on tho lire, and In was hardly hands wore clasped against hor It was not until thoy distinguishable. ment In silence, her lips pressed tight tho glow of tho crackling flames they had bnlved tho breast. "Youyou musn't fly llko Qisianco that groptogether, ono spread out the maps and began their that," alio said. "If you had been an llttlo plume of the girl mado out tho ing for the outstrotched hand behind her, as search. smoko that ccgle. the wuv you wheolni I bollove." said Cayley, "that tho If sho floated abovo support of somerushing down out of the sky vould ed chimney. Philip's newly construct- thing. wanted Intho Kven this warm firelight Journal will bo worth moro than tho mo. i snut my eyes In novo ivrrniKu I3ut tho next instant he laid a hand sho looked a llttlo pale. Ily an evi- maps In this search of ours tonight order not to too you killed." upon her nrm nnd, with tho other, dent effort of will sho was breathing Anyway, whllo you work ono I can Ho did not answer her at once, and pointed Imperatively down tho beach very deep and steadily. Shu did not work the other," he, looking Intently Into hla face, toward tho hut. "Whether you saw try to speik. She nodded, picked up thu journal went on. "You know it was danger-ous- . him before, Cayley understood well enough what and crossed over with it to another or not." ho Bald, with a You thought yourself that you short grim laugh, "you can sco him It meant. This placo that they had or the bunks. Thoro sho seated herworo going to be liillpd. I can see now." come back to for the night was homo self, tucked her reot up comfortably tho horror of It In your eyes." Looking whore ho pointed, she saw now, probably tho last homo sho would under her, and, propThen lie got his broalh. "You're a big, yellowlsh-wblte- , In tho world. If one woro to ping hor chin upon onu palm, begau to safe?" ho questioned unsteadily "You come lumbering round ungainly thing ever have chuncos fairly. Us warmth road. Tho light comlnt; from behind tho corner of balance tho wero In danger, sudden danger, and In he but, upon all fours. and light nnd comparative comfort hor made, to Cayloy's vision, a misty It. That was what frightenterror at "A hour," ho said, "and a good big did moro to enforco a realization or halo of her hair, and played softly ed me, that suddon knowledge. 1 catno ono. You'ro not to be afraid. This Is their tragic plight than anything be- over the cheek and tho lingers that -dnwn. fwrlnc t should be too late." really unmerited good luck." Why Wh.t'e the rhUlot" fore bad done. The thing bo was wero half embedded in It. sleep-lngbftg u -- 7t m...rT J mm benr-skln- cnt-nn- or" sloep-Ing-ba- ma-kin- ruf-ma- o I er sky-ma- sky-ma- g rose-colore- door-Jam- b tallor-rashlo- MUs March 21, 1912. PURE BRED FOWLS FAVORED THE CITIZEN. They Will Realize Good Page Seven. poultry Profits If Properly Care! For Interettlng Work for Farmer. What A Christian is Saved For If, In writing on tho old, old oubjent of tt,j .ulrantngrs of railing pure-brefowl J rnn Influence) even one farraor of tho southern or eastorn territory to dlscnrd the old (locks nnd In Its place ralto stock which wilt bo a credit to himself r.nd tho section of the country CRATE TO FATTEN POULTRY In which ho lives, I will indeed feel that t have not warted tlmo and space, Work Should De Done Four Weeks De- nays a writer In tho Atlantic Poultry Journal. fer Killed to Get Right ProThere Is no doubt as to' the stability portion of Fat and Lean. of tho poultry Industry. The tendency Fowls should bo fattened nt least In all of tho largo cities Is townrd sufour weeks boforo they nro killed, not burban homes and tho pursuit of rusto mako th nil (is fiU ns possible, but tic laltors as n pastime. Poultry forms to itfvo Uiom tlio rlslit proportion of ono of the tnost pleasant dlvorflons fat and loan to utuke tliu fowls fnt for tliwo finnll fartnern, and tho Initial clock must constantly bo supplied. nnd Juicy when cooked. Any man who produces birds good Tho fnttenlngcrato shown hrewlth If 0 feet long. 10 Inches wide, IS Inchon enough to take premiums at tho fell high und divided Into three equal- - and winter rhotvs and then advortlr.cn eggs nnd Mock for sale, will meet with lltllo dlirtcalty In disposing of thm Any Ictlncss, by careful attention and Intelligent management can bo mado Kticeotisful and the poultry Industry Ih no exception. With n little careful reading any farmer can learn how to Improve his stock and profits, and he will soon find that joultry raising la a very interesting part of tho farm w'ork. at well as cno which amply repays for thn amount of labor and money exCrate for Fattening Poultry. pended. sired compartmentB, Tho slow steady growth of n (lock onch holding from four to six birds, as tho caso of poultry Is more to bo desired than may bo. a largo Investment In fancy stock The slata or laths are Inches without previous experience. Study nldo. idarcd ono and n half Incho Just what lino of tho poultry business apart at tho ends, sides and tops of Is best suited to your local environthe crate, hut thoHo In front aro placed ment nnd then get to work nnd seo crtlcally two Inches apart. what can bo dono with tho proponl- Tho floor of the crate Is mado of plats laid lengthwise, ono Inch apart", leaving o space on either fcldo between tho first lath aud tho ldes of the crate. The crate should tnnd on short lens or trestles, to To Serve L By Rev. H. W. Pope, Superintendent of Men, Moody Bible Intb'lute, Chicago ALCOHOL AS FOOD SUPPLIER Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Arc Your Talents? What Are Your Aims? Berea Has the Training That is Best For YOU. Has Proved That Finest Science Grades of Whisky are Almott as Poisonous as Inferior Ones. 1:11. TEXT- -I om debtor.-Itom- nns In his letter to tho church nt Home Paul Rays: "I nm d o b t o r both to tho Greeks both to tbo wis and to tho When and whero did Paul discover that he waa In debt to tho very vcrgo of bankruptcy? Not In tho theological school at Jerusalem. Moro likely It was on tho way to Damascus. When God drew asldo tho veil which hides tho earthly from tho heavenly, nnd gave him n glimpse of tho risen and glorified Jesus, ho learned moro theology In ono moment than In all tho years ho had npent at tho feet of Oamallel. That little revelation of Jesus wrought a revolution In and Ilarbarlans, l'i Saul. one-Inc- h illow convenience In cleaning. Tho troush Ih mado the full length of tho crato and should to three or four Inches deep. It Is supported at lthcr tr.d cn notched boards. In order that It may bo taken away when the (oops nro cleaned, Never leave the feed before the Thickens more than 15 minutes, and feed very little at tho start, gradually Increasing tho amount until the end of tho week they aro getting nil Uicy ran cat three times h day. Homo rations for fattcnlug arc given r hsm v,iy below: Kfpuil parts by weight of finely ground corn, oats and shorts, mlxod with ncmr skimmed milk. substitute Kamo ration, except White Plymouth Rock. ground barley for tho corn. Finely ground oats mixed with tlon. A mongrel hen might. In an ocskimmed mill:. lay as many ggs as Equal jiarls of finely ground oats, casional Instnnco. ; but tho flock that Is corn und lowgrado Hour. If beef-crn- one not live up to tho standard set by aro used, 15 per cent. Is tho will purebred fowls. tho pure-bred- best propoition. Pure Dreeds. We keep all tho way from 1G0 to 250 chickens, divided Into six flocks. Nono Other Found So Strong and Wo prefer a iuro breed to a cross or Hardy and Consequently Easy for mongrels, says a writer In an exPoultrymen to Raise. change. Thcro Is moro money In them, nnd a flock uniform In color Leghorns live and aro profitable add3 very much to tho appearance ol longer than other breeds. Large hcn3 a farm. Our breeds aro Huff Plymouth put on fat after tho first year and do Rocks and Whlto Ighonts. persuasion. not lay so well afterward, leghorns Tho changed religious conditions lay well until four or live years old A Convenient Roost. custom-nrnnd a leghorn on free range will never scantling, icqulro It. Tormerly It was church. Is a 2x4 A good roost for peoplo to attend get Vat enough to hinder her laying. placed broadsldo over two Uko all other fowls thuy aro at their boards. These two boards form a Indeed, ono was hardly counted day unless ho did. That best daring tho first and second years platform which catch tho droppings, longer of their lives, but us long ns a leg- nnd theso nro worth from 75 cents to has gono by. Tho world no horn hen looks bright nnd thrifty sho a dollar a barrol. Do not placo tho comes to tho church for tho Gospel. will lay profitably, says a writer in an roosts too high, for tho hens will Tho majority of tho peoplo today do exchange. ThU In a great mcasuro Jump, nnd in so doing will hnvo leg not attend church. One renson for this is tho strenuous llfo which many offsets tho fact that their bodies are weakness or perhaps bumblcfooL lead. They work bo hard through too small to sell well as dressed poulthe week that they consumo seven try, however the buyers hero pay as days' strength In bIx days' time. much ier pound for them as for any. When Sunday comes they aro so exThey nro neeuscd of not laying ns hausted that they think they cannot larger well during tho winter as tho nrif-i- r attend church. In many churches hens. If tho houses are cold enough also tho Gospel Is no longer preached, d to frost tho combs of tho Young chicks may bo kept dry and but only a cheap substltuto for It varieties they will not lay un warm. til their combs aro boalcd. They hard- Enter tho Average alwnys command Could Jesus LEGHORNS ARE BEST LAYERS y h for. As soon ns ho becamo acquainted with Jesus he felt that every ono cl30 ought to know him. That priceless knowlcdgo was n sacred trust, nnd ho was a debtor to every ono who knew him not. Revelation Works a Revolution. Something of the samo kind occurs at every truo conversion. We realize that our relation to this world has changed almost as much as our relation to God. This is a lost world, and whllo wo aro still In It, vo aro no longer of It. Wo belong to tho service, and It Is our buslnosa to help seek nnd aavo tho lost. And eo as we go through life wo no longer ask, "How much can wo get out of this world?" but rather, "How much can wo put Into It?" And with Jesus ChrlBt to draw upon, every ono of us has moro to give to the world than tho world wido world has to give to child of tho king, I'm a us. "I'm child of the king." Tho obligation to servo our day and generation Is a threefold ono. It arises from tho commands of tho Lord Jesus. No one can read tho New Testament without noticing that ho expects every one of hla followers to becomo a Ha taught tho world thirty years by example nnd thrco years by precept. Then, at tho closo of bis earthly career he uttered oco command, "Go ye Into all tho world, nnd preach tho Gospel to every creature." That command remains In forco to this day. Ono sinner thinks that he Is not very bad, another Is afraid that ho cannot hold out, whllo others havo doctrinal difficulties of various kinds. And what Is worso still, most of them are not quite ready to do their duty when they seo It without moro or less g r. That is what revelations aro "Tho recond father of tho human race might havo left a belter record Aro you not far advanced? Then enter the had ho been n passenger of tho water FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Hero you ragoti," said tho Rev Homer H. Hen- will bo placed with others like yourself, under a special teacher, and make derson, pnetor of tho Third United most rnpld progress. You will master Arithmetic and the common Presbyterian church of St. Louis, In a branches and bo ready to use them. You will havo Blnglng, drawing, farm sermon on "Selenco nnd Alcohol." Ono year In the Founand household management, and frco "Tho need of the water wngon Is ns dation School costs less than $ 90 and Is worth $1,000. old as time. Even tho code of Aro you aiming to bo n teacher? Then Join tho tho proof of so many ancient NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmorc, Dean. Here ou will bo so gives cvldcnco that In tho records, day of Its writing tho wngon was need- trained that you will fear no examination, and you will bo taught how to teach. Tho demand for Ucrea 'trained teachers far exceeds tin- - supply. ed and Its benefits wero sought. Are you Interested In earning money? "The water wagon, tho steam roller of tho reform age," was tho characTHE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. terization of tho temperance move- Mountain Agriculture. Homo Science. ment made by tho Hcv. Mr. llcndo Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. son, whose sermon was a sweeping Printing and Businass Course, Etc. attack upon alcohol from tho' scienHero you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy doing viewpoint. The conclusions and things In a superior tist's manner. were facta concerning alcoholism Are you desiring the next best thing to a College Coutse? Then tako regained by the minister during searches and Investigations covering two years or three years In the Two GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Mathcny, Dean. a year and a half and embracing sci years, or thrco year3, In such practical studies as will fit you for an honor-ablentific opinion the world over. and useful life. You select your studies from such as these: Phys"Tho production of nlcohol," he said, "Is most significant and is not iologythe science of health; Civics tho sclcnco of government; Grammar Ethics the science of right suggestive of wholcsomcncss. the art of correct speech nnd It Is not a strength giver nnd an energy and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and gcncrnl Intelligence; builder, but Is In itself tho result ot de- IJotany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to ovcry lady; Physics composition. Although It exists nat- the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc. urally In tho fruits and grains and In Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start In tho the human body, may we not even OEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Fransls E. Matheny, presume, then, since It Is produced Dean, flest tralnlnc In Mathematics. Languages. Sclcnco nnd History. Tho by decomposition, that It exists In the ! s and Men's Dormitory, nnd n largo body Academy has Its own places found as tho material result of o high character and ability, able Instructors, and use oi decomposition and waste? How, then, of students of Library and apparatus. can It aid health or restore that condition? College "As n food supplier alcohol Is a failure. You would have to buy $1.45 The College Itielf stands apart from all the other schools under Its manworth of beer to get tho equal In food agement and has long maintained the highest standards known In tliu South. value of 5 cents' worth of (lour. Sciformer reence has proved that the best of whis- To conform to the Carnegie standards we have diminished our.concentrate kies are almost as poisonous as tho quirements! Required and elective studies with opportunity toLaboratories Latest college library in Kentucky. Interior grades in tho same quanti- In particular lines. equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. E., 11. ties. "It has been proved by Professor S., D. L., and D. Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Itecd Organ. Volco Culture. Piano, Theory. ICraepelln of Munich that even one glass of beer diminishes tho physical Band, may be taken for special fees In connection with work In any of the above schools. nnd mental energies. "The most noted change In the attitude toward alcohol has occurred Questions Answered. text-bookHam-Murab- t, Dook-Dlndlno letter-writinclass-roomloi-Icg- Berea among tbo men of medical science, who arc relinquishing Its use and In many cases refusing to attend a patient until nil effects of liquor havo disappeared. "The medicinal use of alcohol in typhoid, erysipelas, lung affections and blood poisons Is being abandoned, through the steady and unerring guide of scientific research, which Is showing its fallacy. A successful tuberculosis specialist In Omaha, who regards beer as moro Injurious than whisky, has. absolutely refused to treat a patient until ho discards Intoxicants of every kind. Alcohol's only placo In the medical world Is as a solvent and preservative. "It has been thought that It whisky were discarded distilleries would be nccestary for tho euro of snake blto. An authority on serpent poisons says that many men havo been killed by tho use of nlcohol as an antidote for snake poison and that many men thoroughly Inebriated with whisky have been killed by tho bite of a snake. So, after all Its vaunted efficiency In that line. It Is really not a success. "It has taken many years to learn the relation between tho serpent nnd alcohol, although one was Instrumental in tho fnll ot Adam, our first parent, and tho other of Noah, our second. "Alcohol first and most fiercely tho whlto corpuscles of tho blood, which are aptly termed tho 'soldiers of tho blood.' Theso aro our safeguards against disease germs, but alcohol weakens nnd destroys them, "Alcohol attacks man's moral and Intellectual stature, becauso its first attack is made against his Inhibition, tho liner and moro dcllcnto organism of his brain. Theso aro tho last developed and mcasuro tho Intellectual capacity o! tho man. "Whisky deadens theso and stupi-flc- s tho cultivated man, whllo It bids tho cavo man awake. Tho higher Is suppressed and tho lower is released. Do wo not sec this when wo read In our papers of tho astonishing excesses indulged In by somo of our cultivated citizens when under tho Influence ot liquor? "Alcohol means more to heredity than to any other thing concerning llfo. It poisons tho parent coll. Progeny Is lacking In vitality and mental powstature. It dwarfs tho ers of tho mother. Tho number of mothers ablo to raise their young Is decreasing. "Tho once wldo practice In Germany of prescribing beer for young mothers Is fast being abandoned. In Now England In tho early times brow-erle- s wero' exempt from taxation if they produced a large number of barrels of beer. Now tho Industry Is tbo most heavily taxed. "And so tho water wagon rattles on. Homo of Its passciigcrs may bo fanatics or extremists. Some of tho things they havo said may have been exaggerated. Somo of their Ideas set forth even may not be tenable. A small amount of truth, enthusiasm, g Berea College, with Its affiliated Berea, Friend of Working Students. It requires certain fees, but Institution. schools, is not a money-makinIt expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of Us 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 tho young people. Our students come from tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may bo sick tho Collego provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Berea live in College bulldlngB, and assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and gottlng pay according to tho value of their labor. Except In winter It is expected that all will have a chance to cam a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and g PoultryNotes The early broilers other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. Tho College nsks no rent for tho flno 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. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for SCHOOL FEES aro two. return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and Is returned when tho student departs. Second anincidental Fee"tohelpon expenses for care of school bullJ-inghospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). Tho Incidental Fco for most students is $5.00 a term, $0.00 in Academy and Normal, and $7.00 in Colle-glats, o J single-combe- trymen a hard proportion. Any 'ono keeping poultry must, ot course, havo houses 'to protect them from cold or stormy weather. Fowls Intended for market should bo cooped for a week or two and fed nil tho rich food they will eat. Flno gravel Is not tho proper grit for poultry. They want n sharp mate rial with whlc'i to grind their food. Tho Incubator should bo located In docs a room whero tho not vary much during tho day or terap-sraturo tbo best market. Little chicks will not thrlvo if penned In a small enclosure. A hen needs nearly coven times moro fresh air In proportion, to her slzo than docs tho horse. Selecting tho hens nccordlng to their laying qualities Is to somo poul- Church? courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by tho term, board by tho half term. Installments aro as follows: Vocational Academy and Foundation College. School. and Normal FALL TERM $ COO $ 7.00 $ 5.00 Incidental Fco 7.00 5.00 7.00 Boom 9.45 9.15 9.45 Board, 7 weeks Amount duo Sept. 13, 1911 Board 7 weeks, duo Nov. 1, 1911... $20.05 9.45 $29.50 $22.45 9.45 $23.45 9.45 $32.90 $32.40 $ 7.00 night. Kggs will bocomo fcrtllo In from d ly ought to bo expectod to, and four to six daya after mating. Tim varieties do better on this ac- effect of mating will contlnuu eovoral count, Jjut given comfortablo quarters months. 1 havo It Is necessary to feed tho breedno troublo In getting them to lay In winter. ImI December waa ing ducks liberally, yet nt tho same u very cold month here, tho tempera-tur- o tlmo feed bo as to keep thein nctlvo being below zoro noarly every and healthy. Poultry houses which havo cracks morning during tho mouth and somo mornings moro than 20 below. I had In their sides or loaky roofs should bo yearling hens laying, also pullets covered with somo kind of prepared hatched In Juno that had been laying roofing on both roof nnd sides. ChlckH sholtered from tho weather since September 1. Other small breeds that I have tried and given plenty of good water will I find much of their feed, and proo tbs fill all these points excopt one. have found none other so strong and most profitable crop on tho farm. Remember that tho enrly broods hardy and consequently easy to ralso, must at all times have a dry placa and bo tako them all In all, tho farmand room to oxcrclso when tbo wea'tu. uultu mo for an er's fowl better than anything that I er will not permit them to go ovt doors. havo ever tried. Drown Leghorn Hen. It is said that a poor man onco np to a wealthy plied for admission church. The committee soon saw that ho would add nothing to their financial strength or social standing and recommended that ho wait e while. To their Btirprlso ho 60on appeared again. At a loss what to say. ono of them suggested that ho talk with tho Iml about tho matter. Th mnn meekly consented and went away. In a few weeks ho eppcared beforo tho committee again. Tho were now at their wits' end, but, to contest every step of the way, they Inquired, "Brother, did you talk with tho Lord about this matter?" 'I did." "And what did he say?" "Ho told mo not to get discouraged, but to bo as patient us I could. Ho said ho had been trying tc get Into this church himself oVct slnco it was organized, but that In had not succeded yet." This story may seem a little exaggerated, but It is to bo Total for term If paid In advance $:ll.90 521.03 $ 0.00 WINTER TERM $ fi.OO COO Incidental Fco Room Board, 6 weeks 9.00 $20.00 9,00 $29.00 $28.50 $ 5.00 7.30 9.00 $22.20 9.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 $31.70 $ 7.00 Amount duo Jan. 3, 1912 Board G weeks, duo Feb. 14, 1912... Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM Ml. 20 $30.70 $ 0.00 Incidental Fco Boom Board, 5 weeks 4.00 0.75 $15.75 ti.75 $22.50 $22.00 5.00 C.75 5.00 0.75 $18.75 6.75 $25.50 $25.00 Amount duo March 27, 1912 Board, C weeks, duo May 1, 1912 $17.75 0.75 $24.50 $24.00 feared that thero aro not n few churches wboro such an Interview might occur. For these and other reasons n large part of every community practically Ignores tbo church. This being tb case, thero la only one alternative; tho church must carry tho Gospel to the world, for the Gospel they must have. Hut who Is to do It? Tho layThey know thi men and women. people, they meet them In tho shops, and storos, and on tho street. They know their naeds and disposition as a minister cannot. This Is tho New Ttnmcnt Idea, "To vcry mnn hit work." Total for term If paid In advance Plan Now, Co mo March 27th i prvjudlco nnd hope sometimes mako nn undeelrablo combination. Hut the truth Is dawning and with It the popuderided vehicle larity ot this of reason the water wasoa" one-tim- e young man or young woman can get an education nt Any Berea If thero Is tho will to do so. It is a great ndvantago to start In tho Fall and have a full year of con tinuous study. Many young peoplo waste tlmo In the public schools going over and over tho samo things, when they might bo Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies with sumo of tho best young men and women from other counties nnd States. Mako your plans to como March 27th. , For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, able-bodie- D. WALTER MORTON, berea, ky. 4' Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. Mr. and Mrs. Howell Mays, Sunday. l.Mls9og Martha Hughes nnd Alpha This week a father drovo Into Be-r- Cornett called on Misses Ida nnd Mar, nnd tock two flno boys out ot Sams, Sunday evening. Messrs. Jim school because ho said ho needed Isaacs nnd Wilson Mays of Pebworth Pino attended Sunday School nt them to work on tho farm. Host wishes for Ho llttlo knew what ha was doing. Grovo Inst Sunday Ho was making them break n term Tho Citizen. leavo their studies half finished. TKAVKI.KHH ItKrlT. Ho destroyed fully half tho value of Travolcrs Rest, Mar. 12 Owing to their winter's schooling for Uio sako tho continued cold weather tho farmo! tho llttlo they could do In about ers aro getting behind with their ten days. work In this vicinity. A. E. Winter Docs it pay lo pull bread out of ot Roadorfleld, W. Vo., Is visiting tho ovon when It Is only halt bakrelatives and friends in nnd nround ed? Travelers Rest, this week. H. L. Does It pay to build half a hayGriffey of Orphn Has a business stack and not top it out? caller In town this week. Mr. nnd Does It pay to fenco threo sides of Mrs. Clny Smith aro plnnnlng to go a field nnd lenvo tho last sldo open? to Loulsvlllo next week to replenish get tho biggest results from To their stock of general merchandise. schooling ono should stay right thru Mr. Cox of North Main St. gao a school year. young folks a social, Thursday stay a full term. tho But any ono ran evening, which was largely attended Finish something! by enjoyed all. and much Charlos Hnll ot Kings' Mills, Ohio, Robinson has been qulto sick for some lias returned to his old homo near 8 Travelers Rest. Miss Ella Bottler time, but Is better now. Jack who has been connected with spent Sunday, Mar. 10th, with her an automobile! factory lu Dctrlot friends nt New Hcpor Jesso Wilson spent a few days with his people has sold his property on Uio cast here. Messrs. Rob. Rawllngs and sldo of town to Mr. J. W. Wilson. Brlnkey, two popular drummers, S. P. Cnutllll has gono to Leo County, spent a tew days with our merchants. Va., nnd will probably stay until Word has Just been received by April 1st. W. W. Wilson Is now makWm. Phllpot of Rader that a son of ing n trip thru Clay County. FINISH S0METHIN6 ca Raw-llng- March 21, 1912. Royal has no substitute for making delicious home-bake- d foods ROYAl BakingPowdcr ABSOLUTELY PURE VO) Write Now to the W Iff Jill III Northern Pacific Ry For Rates of Tare, Foil Information and Fre Illustrated Literature about Ibe seven great Miaaola, ) iatloa VTlaceaaia, Morik Dakota, i better. The only Baking Powder mndc from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar IH H "jHH IBM i ji) Prosperity States of America Swale Oreo. C Locale aloal tat Staadard Railway at Ida Nortawcal. Gl yoar (rirada la ! and farm a calonr. C Aak abaal Low Oae-war Sprial Colsalil Tarra, afftctiva dailr Marta ffS"v 1,1 la April lSlk aad Round-triBonciecktra AtlJft'Jk on first aad Ikird Tacadaya al Taraa, ctttctl cack aioalk. CVfrila aow to HH JHH Uts Mnliu, IJVo. Wailn HUWwar "Tea HI H-- a T U ItE1 MH lt.J.COSTELW,DiilrUiriitntrrAt'-lJ.C.EATOX.TTtHlinttmm.frlmAltnl, 40 iL Uh AM . ffy& J aflHVv. II P I 1 , If Lafll FLY TIME It has been three or four months since most of us have seen h single housefly, hui! it is hard to realize that next sutumor we shall hnve n repetition of Inst summer's experiences with the hateful pests. Where will the millions, nay billions upon billions, that will infest the streets, the stores, stables, out houses and even the kitchen and dining room come from? If we should succeed in killing nil the flies in one year or even if tho winter weather should freeze them all to death, we should have none the next year, for the eggs laid one year do not remain over to hutch tho next. The fact is, they hatch in four or five days after they are laid. So the first flies we shall see, in the spring are the few that have hidden away in some warm, dark nook in the house during the winter have found there comfortable wiuter quarters. And when spring comes with its warm, balmy days, they will wake up, only a few of them two or three in each home; but week after week their num. bers will increase, since one fly may easily become the mother of bill, ions in oue season, provided there is a little garbage or filth of any kind about the house, the kitchen, the back yard or the stable wherein she can lay her eggs. What ought to be' the program then if we don't want flies; that is, if wo don't waut Typhoid Fever, Consumption and a half dozen other diseases which they carry ? We ought to prepare to swat the first fly we see aud the second and coutinue the process. And, more than that, the bouse and nil the premises even the barnyard should so that no eggs con be laid nnd no young be cleaned up disinfected wero called ns moderators a lew days ago for tho Baptist church at Grassy Springs, Jackson County. Undo W. J Chnstcen of Dlsputnnta Is said to b very sick. C. M. Isaacs of Goochland was visiting at Climax, Saturday night. Undo Abney Dalllnger Is no A PROGRESSIVE TOWN HI LtHCimntll 4SlPlO9 MJCS It HH MADISON COUNTY KINdKTON IS. Mrs. George Young nnd daughter, Mrs. May Lain, spent part ot last week with relatives at Paint Lick. Zay Been of RichThursday with his mond spent mother, Mrs. J. M. Boon. Miss Fun-nl- e Jackbon will leuve In n few days for Detroit, Mich., where sho will spend tho summer with her cousins, Mr. aud Mrs. Jeff Jackson. Miss Mar. tha Maupln ot Philadelphia, Pa., came Wednesday, to spend several months with her parents and other relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. C. Powell of Bis Hill, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sand-li- n ot this placo spent Sunday with J. C. Powell. L'd Lawson who Is attending Berea Collego was tho guest of his parents from Friday till Sunday. Charlie Powell made a business trip to Beren, Monday. Kingston. Mar. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Ho corrtipciidtice ti sot for publication, pnbllibtd oiilm iltEcd la full ty the titer. Ite tact an evidence of rood filth. Write plainly. but A tow months ngo Tho Citizen commented upon tho progress being made by Plncvlllo, n slstxr mountain town. Tho Item of nows that was then noted was the fact that tho city fathers had faced tho Iro ot tho owners and passed an ordinance prohibiting tho grazing of cattla on tho streets. It seems now that tho pcoplo are so delighted with tho sanitary Improvement thus brought about that they nro eager to go still further, and tho Plnevlllu Sun records another step taken by tho council which certainly puts tho llttlo city ahead ot IWrva and somo other enterprising towns Uiat wo know. Tho now ordinance prohibits chickens running nt large lu tho towu and n fine ot $2 Is provided for violation ot tho law. TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS Tlmo and again letters havo been sent to our correspondents urging them to mall news Items so that they may reach The Citizen Ofllco Monday, and In no case later than Tuesday morning. But as tho weeks go by theso letters drift In later and later, so Uiat If they aro published nt all Tho Citizen force Is worked too hard and over tlmo on Tuesday and Wednesday. To protect ourselves and mako It possible to get tho paier out on time, WE HEREBY NOTIFY OUR CORRESPONDENTS THEY NEED NOT EXPECT LETTERS REACHING US LATER THAN TUESDAY NOON TO DE PUBLISHED IN THAT WEEK'S ISSUE. And wo urgo them to mako It a point to mall tho Items early enough so that they may reach us Monday. In this section of tbo county Is very scarce. Corn is a dollar per bushel, and hay Is seventy-fiv- e cents per hundred. Uncle Clark Cornett is very sick, and Is not oxpected to live. The mall carrier lias not reached this place for tho post four days on account of high water. Undo Frank Colo who has had heart dropsy for several weeks Is very low. Maud, the llttlo daughter of Clark Cunaglm, Is very ill with rheumatism. Prebs Cole of Hamilton, Ohio, who has been hero to seo his sick father, returned home, Monday. Jano Cuuaglra has typhoid fever. W. M. Isaacs ofWanctta was In Letter Box, Wednesday and Thurs- Feed stuff his was killed by a train In Illinois. The young man was well known hero and was highly esteemed by all. JACKSON COUNTY The Rev. Bowman of Owsley County McKKE tilled bis apiKilntmcnt and preached McKce, Mar. IS. County Court was to a full chapel in his usual forceheld last Monday, and thcro was a ful and interesting manner. Ho has very largo crowd of people In town. received a unanimous call to bo mod- Everybody was quiet and thcro was orator of this charge. Tho recent not much drinking going on. Several good road law which has been en people from town went to Middle acted and also the law grunting wo Fork last Saturday to attend the funmen school suffrage havo been re eral of W. F. Colo. I. R. Hays bought ceived with great confidence In Uio a fine uiulo last week. W. II. Clark HCBLKT late assembly. Wo hopo that each was at his farm on Station Camp part of last week. L. C. Llttlo was Hurley, Mar. 17. Rov. G. B. Bow- will now endeavor to carry them out In town a few days recently. &x. man tailed to fill bis appointment tt so that both mny make great prog Bennett has geno to Welchburg to Indian Creek, Saturday and Sunday. ress for our future welfaru and happi work for L. C. Llttlo this summer. There wero two largo tides In In- ness. Mr. Hiram Brock our Stnto Virgil Forsyth Is at this place help- dian Creek last week. David Gab- Senator has received many compliing T. H. Harman. They aro bard has lagrippc. W. K. McCollum mentary remarks tor his deep inabstracting the titles to tho Thomas went to Livingston, Friday, on busi- terest and faithfulness In carryland. Hoy Mulllns was visiting in ness. G. C. Gabbard, G. D. Gabbard ing out his people's wishes. VINK tho upper end of this County last and T. J. Faubush went to LivingsSaturday and Sunday. C. P. Mooro j ton lost week on a tlo raft. Mrs. Vino. 'Mar. 16. Henry Morgan and uiado a trip to Egypt and other points Wm. 'McCollum has been very slot Levi Pennington went to East Bern-stad- t, last week. Tho Misses Kmma, Graco tbo past two weeks, but is rsoino Thursday, after hay for Dr. J. and Flora Sparks were vlBltlng at better now. Maria, tho daughter of M. Morris. Wright Robinson of Sand Lick last Saturday night. Tho John Roberts, had a goiter taken Chesnutburg Is visiting friends and Biblo class of tho Sunday School from her foot Saturday by Dr. J. D. relatives here. Mrs. Sarah Wilson, gavo a social at tho Chapel last Sat- - Hays of McKce. Will McCollum and who has been very low with pneuurday night, Tho party consisted of family will move to Livingston in monia fever, Is Improving fast. tho members with their wives and two weeks. T. L. Morris and Ed Miss Julia Forguson spent, Friday husbands. Anderson of Clay County aro visitiKht with Miss Mary Rico. G. W. HUGH. ing relatives hero a few days. Browning, who baa been on Uio Hugh, Mar. 18. Rev. R. L. Ambroso sick list for tho past thrco weeks. CLAY COUNTY preached tho first sermon in tho new la out again. Hay Is selling at J1.G0 church, Sunday. Several atended tbo lllHMNIl Hl'ltlMiH per hundred, and oats at $2X0 per service. Tho new church is almost Burning Springs, Mar. 1C The edu- hundred. MIfs Alice Hurley spent complete. Everybody seemed to en- - cational board of trustees met at Sunday with Miss Salllo Ingram of ' joy tho beautiful sunshine tho last this place last Saturday to appoint Mr. and Mrs. Henry Strlngtown. two days. Luther Campbell was In ; trustees to fill two vacancies. Mr. PennlUKton. ot Big Sextcn, visited our midst, Sunday. Daniel Click of Tbamer Hooper was choten for tho James Pennington, Saturday night. Korby Knob attended church at this Shepherd towu district and Mr. II. place, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Nicholson for tho Tanyard school. OWSLEY COUNTY fKIIWIIUTII Bums visited tho lattcrs parents hero, Columbus Thompson of Caution bad Saturday and Sunday. Earl Klmber-lal- n tho misfortune of having tbo ends of Pebworth, War. 17. Wo uro hav visited bis grandparents tho past two of hs fingers cut oft whilo work- ing somo flno weather now. MIbbcs week. G. M. Bcngu uttended tho ing on Jas. Massey's saw mill. Tho Eva Mays and Alpha Cornett wero Magistrate Ccurt at Long Branch, sale at the homo of tbo late J. B. tho guests ot Miss Martha Hughes, Saturday. Rov. James Parsons will Howard last week was attended by Saturday night and 8unday. Mrs. bo hero uoxt Friday night to preach. many people who wero anxious to Dally Allstack of Kings' Mills, Ohio, Ho will preach Friday night, Satur- buy teed which Is very scurco and returned homo. .Mrs. Doru Combs day evening and Saturday night, Sunhigh. Wm. Creech and family who had a quilting with a Boclal afterday and Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. havo oempled Mrs. Katto White's wards, Saturday. ftllss Eva Prico Joo Crowley visited Anderson Crow tenant house havo moved to his and BlBtcr, Dcliy, visited at Mr. Sams, ley, Saturday night. E. B. Bengo sold parents near Paint Lick. Thoy leave Friday afternoou. Aunt Agglo Cola cow for $27 last week. (Mr. and with our best wishes. J. W. Mont- lins has been very sick but Is ImprovMrs. Ma Ion Baker wcro tho guests of gomery recently purchased a horse ing. Tho Misses Ida and Fanny Mays Hardin Azblll, Saturday night. dolfrom Joo Smith for eighty-fiv- e wore tho pleasant guests of Mary nnd riMHOT lars. Mrs. J. B. Howard of Crayne 'Ida Sams, Sunday! afternoon. Mr. Parrot, Mar. 15. We havo been I has gono to mako her homo with her and 'Mrs. Arch Judd and Mr. and Mrs. having considerable cold weather. son Andrew of Adella. Mrs. T. J. Nnthan Eversole wero tho guests ot ni I I day, announcing himself as a candidate for sboriff of Jackson County. Thero was church at tho new church house, Wednesday night. Mrs. Maggie Matthews and her sister-in-laMrs. Arthur Wyatto, left, Sunday, for Delaware, where they will Join their husbands who aro In the U. S. army. Pheo Hlllard and Miss Mlnnio Prico stayed all night at tho homo of H. J. Gabbard, Wednesdny. John Cuna-gileft last week for Louisville, where ho will work for a while James Hundley, Sr., bought a fine niaro from Pheo Hlllard for seventy-flv- o dollars. II. J. Gabbard went to Horso Lick, Thursday. hatched. Great progress was made in 1011 in the extermination of flies: still greater progress ought to bo made in 1012. If the Government can exterminate mosquilos in Cubn nnd the Canal Zone, and stamp out yellow fever; if various cities nnd towns that have been alllicted with Malaria can drain and oil the swamps and cess pools, thus killing another kind of mosquito and removing nil danger from malaria, why can't the individual, the home and millions of villages and towns do the same thing as to the house y. TheCitizen is going to continue its fight ou the pesky fly in 1012, aud begins thus early. Will not every render join iu the fight? flies 11 II A UTS n, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY luicKiiiiin Rockford, Mar. lb'. HarU, 'Mar. 19. Mrs. Maggie Logs-dowho has been quite sick Is tin- ('proving. Wm. I'urki'y and .family have moved back from Ohio. Mr. aud homo. Mrs. John Ponder hnvo been visit't.1t..tf I. .tin lflt.lmn Infiv Iwi fit. ing Jas. McQueen and family. T. J. most as dangoous as rough on rats Lako has gono to Jackson County on in tno pantry. huslnes3. Died, on the 12th, tho Infant child of 'Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Purkey, from membranous croup. Ella Lako attended tho funeral of her cousin at Richmond last wk, Services aro conducted hero every Sunday afternoon by Mrs. Roberts,'' " Kentucky was never so much nllve to tho educational welfare of her children. This Interest will and should produce splendid results It properly guided. Tho Kentucky Educational Association which meets at Loulsvlllo 7 on June Is Uio clearing houso for educational thought and action nnd every progressive teacher In Kentucky should be present on Uiat occasion. Each teacher who attends should take a new Idea wlUi him nnd bo prepared to carry many back 25-2- Childress is exacted at Scaffold Cano tho fifth Sunday In March. Mr. and Mm. J. J. Martin visited 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bowman, Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Leo Prowltt moved to Beren last week. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Martin nro moving to tho Daddy Todd house. Mr. mid Mrs. Wllllo Purkey of Hamilton, O., havo in cud back to J. S. Waddle's. Their little six months old baby died after they returned. Chalt Bui leu exiects to mcvu'to the farm, near tho church at Scaffold Cano, ho recently bought. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bowman expect to move to the farm ho bought at Conway. Wo havo bad wry nlco weather for tho lust few days Tho Sunday School Is progressing nicely at Scaf- Rev. O. to preach E. ESTILL COUNTY I.IK.'I VT IIUAffCH INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY IJEW Locust Branch, Mar. 13. There was a largo tldn In the Red Lick Creek l.ut Friday and quite a lot ot logu Mere run to market, Tho roads are in very bad condition. Mrs. Mandy Kindred who has boon sick Is better. Tho Farmers aro not having much success In their fanning. Tho swinging bridge has Just completed THE tionary in mncy yonrs. Contains tho p'lh and enKcnce ot nn authorltatlvo l.'jrnry. Covers ovo"y llrld of l.riowl. edge. An KncyelopccLa la e, Mingle book. Tho Onv Dictionary vlth tho 400,000 Words. 2700 I'nsos. 0000 Illustrations. Cost nearly MERRIAM WEBSTER Tho Only Sew unabridged dic- .Vr Uivlihd J'nt". across tho creek. There Is considerable sickness in this vicinity, duo to sudden changes In timieni-turTho llttlo threo year old child o Clark Johnson has been seriously 111 with tho erysliielas. Jack Lunstord closed his school hero on tho I th on account of bad weather. o. half n million dollars. Let us tell you about thin inoit romarkablo singlo volumo. Writs for 10111010 pagra, full par ticular, eta. Henderson will hnvo his Bale Uio ICth and will go ut once to Kan- fold Cano. Ban. John Collins mado a business trip to Berea last Saturday Mr. and SOOOHXAKO Goochland, Mar. 1C Rov. William Mrs. Claud Oliver visited Jim Dick- Durham filled his regular appoint- null from last Moudny until Wednesment at Pleasant Hill church, Satur- day. II. G. Blcknell Is having lots day and Sunday. R. H. Phillips ot ot clearing dono ou Coffey Mountain. Shcard Baker visited 11. G. Blck waa visiting relatives Dreyfus Jn Goochland over Saturday and Sun- nell last Sunday night. day. William Carpenter, our hust ling merchant, culled on friends on HorBo Creek, Sunday night. Graclo Why Pay Fivt Times Hr Peters has returned from Dreyfus siswhere oho has been visiting her ter. Elsu Lunstord Is among home folks this week. Floyd Peters con templates moving to Florida this spring. Albert Powell of Annvllle, Nearly Twenty Years' Jackson County, was In Goochland, Friday, on business. Hard Mallcoat and Sam Callahan passed through Thursday, enrouto to Goochland, Berea, after gcods. Tho roads aro C. Has no Equal for In worse ever known than Farm, Factory and this section. So say tho old resiOrla wm3am Name thii jwper and we will tend tree a let of Pocket ilapa CMmUaCe. HprlugnfM, Maaa.1 Mtrt Itotf than Ytu n4 toT FLINTOID ROOFING Outlasts FIVE Ordinary Roofs. Test Proves it dents, and tho younger ones certain ly don't dlsputo It. There is not any doubt but what tho ground hog saw his shadow, CLIMAX Climax, Mar. 18. Oto IVucl of KlrksvlUo was at Climax tbo 11 and 12th on business. Mr. Fenol bought of S. B. Crutcher SO acres of land near Climax for which ho paid $200. D. G. Rector moved Into property recently vacated by Barlow Clark, Ho moved last Wednesday. Tho Rev, A. J. Ballnger aud Rev. Hayes Smith Residence buildi- ngs. CKantLeakKleets insure absolutely m OHIO water fight seams. C, Your Dealer can furnish Samples and Proofs. C. If not, ask Us. ROOFING DEPARTMENT The Diem & Wiag Paper Company, PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE CINCINNATI,