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Devoted to til Interests of tlie Mountain :Peo;ple Kivo cents a copy. The Citizen DEHEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 28, 1012 Vol. XIII. Ono Dollar a year. No. 30 BEATEN "TO A FRAZZLE" "We will beat them to a frazzle," said Col. Roosevelt when he was campaigning before the New York Republican Gubernatorial Convention in 1910. '"Beaten lo a frnzzlc" is the description thnt applies to his race for the Presidential nomination in the New York Primary, Tuesday. The Primary Law is a new one and there were many irregularities, but no shortcomings of the law could account for the overwhelming verdict against the Colonel's Third Teim aspirations. "Give me a Primary and I will win," said the "The people are for me." He got the primary in his own state and with it n Popular verdict of 8 to i for Taft, or 83 out of the (jo delegates to the Chicago Convention. MAKING FERTILIZERS Globe, Equity, Mt. Pleasant Now ready for delivery at the lowest prices at TAFT A SCAPE-GOA- T ,r Clothing, Shoes, Men's Furnishings AT REASONABLE PRICES R. R. COYLE BE RE A, LUXURY AND Mallon, 'Mr.' Mallon was Introduced aa a Strike Situation Serious in England-Possi- ble European Complication TniHteo of ltorcn, and the Ohio Stato With the Porte Government still University, and a graduate ot Yalo. Facing Difficulties in China and Ho said In port: HONESTY - - - - KENTUCKY Chapel Addreit by the Hon. Guy W. WORLD NEWS truo that tho Eastern cola greater degroo ot culture, a somewhat wider learn-In- g and maintain a Ufa ot greater luxury. Then there are the stata universities of tho middlo west where life 3 simpler and tho students aa a rulo come from families less well to do. And thon we havo tho more, primitive western and southern colleges, and hero Is IJerea. Ilut do collegos Uko Derca miss any of tho essentials! Are your opportunities less than thoso offered' by tho othor colleges to their students? I think not. Ono ot tho great questions ot our national llfo Is Uio effect ot the Increasing luxury ot tho rapidly It 1b Mexico. leges do Bland (or J THE ENGLISH BTK1KE Tho strlko situation Is tho ono problem that confronts all England Just now. Tho Government has been busily engaged during tho past week endeavoring to bring about a solution by statute. Tho bill proposed seems to havo met with favor so far as It related to tho operators and Is railed revolutionary, but It falls In that It omits tho minimum wago demanded by tho miners, and It Is reported that. confronted by tho demoralization ot tho whole Industrial system, tho Government may bo forced to operate the mines. TURKEY AND ITALY It is uot unusunl to hear tho President blamed for others' faults. Indeed it is not an uneoinmoin human trait for people to blame others for their own faults or shortcomings. Ono of the most frequent arguments used against the President just now in Kentucky, nnd especially about Berea, is that his ear hnB been too attentive to Senator Bradley's wishes, and thnt in following the Senntor ho has thrown down his former friends they havo not secured tho plums. Now thero nro two answers to thin argument. In tho first place, it puts the one ho arguing iu tho class of those whose support depends entirely upon whether patronage is banded out just according to hm wishes. And, in the second place, it ignores n very important custom, and, to some degree, n necessary custom, in our system of government the President's looking to members of Congress Senators nnd Representatives for advice iu all matters pertaining to their state. In some instances Mr. Taft has ignored his advisers and in n few instances his predecessors have been known to do so, but in most cases the President finds a state's representatives at Washington his hnndiest and best advisers. They are his easiest channels of connection with the state, and he would have no political future if he ignored them altogether? Tho Citizen has never fully indorsed Senator Bradley's course and would have been pleased frequently if the President had not taken his advice, but The Citizen will not condemn tho President because he has not been wiser than the people of Kentucky and particularly tho Republican party in Kentucky who sent Mr. Bradley to Washington to represent them before the President. It would certainly be hard to find a Republican who did not rejoice at the election of Bradley and one even who did not wink at the rather questionable method of his election. Who then in to blntne if Bradley has gone tyrong and misled the President? First, the people in choosing an irresponsible representative; second, Bradley himself; certainly not President Taft, and he should uot suffer for the Senator's faults. CHRISMAN-'NEWS OF S "THE FURNITURE MAN" THE WEEK IN Ring-President OUR OWN STATE The Porto now orders the Dardan-el- s closed at night. This Is Interpreted ns a fear on tho part of tho TurkCITIZEN SCRAPTOOK ish Government that Constantlnopolo In a letter from Washington, which may find Itself some morning under hut tho gun3 both ot Russian and ltal-In- n was published In Tho Citizen fleets, and seems to point to wik, ono of our subscriber commends complications. tho paper most highly and Bays that sho has formed a scrap book lno LESS TENSION IN CHINA which nothing goes but) clippings As In Mexico, tho new Chinese from Tho Citizen. ThlB Is about tho strongest commendation Umt could bo President has succeeded In negotiating a foreign loan which satisfies, to given. Of courco, thero nro good among things In all papers, but that ono sonio extent, the disaffected his troops, and there Is a breathing should mako u ccrap book solely from spfll nt least. Fears are rife, howevTho Citizen's pages testifies to tho er, thnt tho northern provinces, never unusual worth ot tho paper. sympathy with tho revolution, Last week's Issuo contained many In real feeono having such a scrap tuny assert themselves and tho things that ble government fall befflro them. tytf'k would undoubtedly clip, and wo IN MEXICO that tho present Issuo will not L packing In good materlnl. President Madoro's rulo Is still Continued on rage Hire Eu-rox- CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE I FIRST PAGE Editorials. In Our Own State. News ot tho Week. World Nows. Luxury and Honesty. Citizen Scrap Hook. Passing ot "Old Hospital." , y SECOND PAGE General News. Tempcraneo Notes. TJIIltL) PAGE Kentucky Nows. Sermon. Sunday School Lesson. ' FOURTH PAGE Local Nows. Coming Kvont, FIFTH PAGE Y. M. C. A. Notes. Library Notes. SIXTH PAOE In Moxlco by tho lnsurrec- -' Tho tension of tho slttia- n t hnii.nvnp Hnn ntn a hiI lnt nt during tho week by' tho fact that a loan was negotiated and growing dissatisfaction on tlio part of tho Fed-orforces, duo to wnnt of pay, chocked thereby. Tho action of Prseldent Tnft nnd Congress In stringently forbidding exportation ot nrmo and supplies to tho rebels has also had a good mrnnced practised by few, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure". There are myriads of possible applications. The original, of course, was to human ailments the various diseases to which the body is subject. But so good an adage cannot be confined to such narrow limits, nnd just now is a good time to make another application, to point out where preventive measures have been neglected and where the community, instead of taxing itself to the extent of the ounce, will now have the full pound toll. We refer to the condition of the pikes and publio highways. We have been told that they are in a worse condition than they have been known to be for years. And some who understand the principles of road building and maintenance say that it is largely due to the neglect, on the part of the authorities, of a single preventive measure proper drainage. Any one who watched the construction of the street in front of the College, by the government expert, could not fail to be impressed with the necessity of proper drainage of the road bed at the time of construction. But, of course, that the drains be kept open and the slopes properly maintained thereafter is just as important. We know that little has been done in Berea during the past winter in this particular, many culverts being stopped up and water standing in pools in many places. And we are fold that the county highways have been sadly neglected through the trying winter weather, it seemingly being nobody's business to open a culvert or drain a pool, and so in many places a small rut has grown deeper with every wagon that has passed over 'the road with the result that roads and pikes in numerous places have mud holes that are practically impassable. Our sense of economy ought to be sufficiently acute.io demand street nnd road overseers and workers alert to detect and repair the smallest defect in our roads before the injury to them becomes such as to make tho operation a costly one. The heavy toll for needless repairs would bo practically sulli-ciefor the ordiuary maintenance of the road throughout the year. Let us learn the lesson of economy iu the business of the public. THEN AN OUNCE, NOW A POUND en mi) vit a wiser saying tbsn throne familiar to all but Farm Special Starts dames AnHat Hard to Keep in nounces for Clark Roosevelt ComTaft Grieved at Roosevelt's Drubing to Kentucky Favors Sheppard-Kenyo- n bing Stcphenion Trial Begins Bill Governor's Recall of Maine Heroes Buried Congress Hills-vill- e Legislation Oil Boom Again. Will Revive Wool Bill-- The Outlaws Railroads Refuse DeFARMER TRAIN STARTS mands of Engineers. Kentucky's agricultural college on HARD TO KEEP HAT IN RING wheels, consisting of nine cars, deMr. Roosevelt is having a hard time voted to agronomy, horticulture, dokeeping his hat In tho ring. In fact, mestic science, dairying and live stock It would scorn to bo necessary for with other cars for tho accommodathe redoubtablo Colonel to mako tion of tho lecturers and others, startearly Monday himself omnipresent It It Is to bo ed from Lexington kept within tho circle, and that he morning over tho C. & O. railroad. will do to tho best ot his ability for Tho train Is to bo out twenty-nln- o tho next few weeks. Last Saturday days, during which tlmo It will havo ho was In Maine making a speech at traveled over most ot tho railroads Portland, rather bitterly dealing In of tho state, and thousands ot peoplo personalities against tho President, will havo had an opportunity to see not being over scrupulous In his in- tho exhibits and get the latest and terpretation of Mr. Taft's declara- best Ideas about farming, etc. The tions, Monday and Monday night he train will arrlvo In Berea, Friday g evening, the 29th. spent In a spectacular tour in New York, preparatory to CONGRESSMAN JAMES FOR tho presidential primary held in CLARK New York State, Tuesday, and next Tho bitter fight In tho Republican week ho will bo at Kentucky and in party for the presidential nomination tho far West. has almost obscured, for a few weeks, THE PRESIDENT DEEPLY the maneuvers among the Democrats. GRIEVED Wilson, and Harmon, Underwcod President Taft Is reported to be Clark are tho most prominent condeeply hurt at the attitude ot testants, with Wilson possibly In Roosevelt as illustrated In, Uio lead and therefore likely to lose his Portland, Malno, speech. Tho by a combination of the other three President docs not think that any against him. As to Kentucky's posiono can honestly review tho course tion between tho four, tho most sigot his administration and claim that nificant fact within tho lost week has ho Is tho condldato of tho, bosses. It been the declaration of Congressman, Is hardly likely, therefore, that ho now Senator Elect, Olllo James that , will attempt to reply to Mr. Rooseho favors Speaker Clark. This declarvelt, but will bo contented to let ation, taken in connection with tho his attitude on the questions ot tho bitter opposition to Governor Wilson day, as oxprcssod In tho Legislation on tho part of tho Courier Journal, is already passed and In tho policies likely to glvo Clark Kentucky's delewhich ho has advocated, speak for gation. him. COL. ROOSEVELT TO VISIT KENSTEPHENSON ON TRIAL TUCKY Wisconsin's old Senator for In his strenuous campaign was placed on trial In tho Senato ot the presidential nomination which he tho United States, Monday, charged will only accopt "If tendorcd him"' with using unlawful means In obtainRoosevelt will swing thru ing his seat. It Is said that tho Kentucky next weok, making his nged Senator frequently wiped tho first address at Ashland, and others tears from his eyes. Senator Lorl- - at Mt. Sterling. Lexington, Frankfort, " speech-makinEx-Pre- s. tlonlsts. (Continurtl on Page Five) Contlnufd on rage Hive i W al 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. on your coal If you want a hmting system that saves oer bill ; One that requires 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 nnd Clinkers; t or grates; One that will not burn the one-half fire-po- r iifHSHBBBBm. PASSING OF "OLD HOSPITAL" Tho framo building north ot tho Industrial Ilulldlng, commonly known ns tho "Old Hospital," Is being taken down Uils week, or father, such pnrts ot It nro being removed oa were saved from tho flro. This building was erected by tho College In 1S05 as a doublo cottago to accommodate families. When tho hospital was begun In 1S07 this building wns routed for Its use, and tho hospital work was carried on thero until tho erection ot tho now building. Since that time tho "Old Hospital" has been a boys' dormitory, 41pbbbbbbbbbbi BF1P5?!8Bp"'BBr y! .hfcWm!9S9 BBflBYi I HaJffiv JbBBBBp BBf BBBBiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI BBBBBBBBmBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBI BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr'aflBBBBBB IIBBBBBBlaBBBflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl Serial Story. SEVENTH PAOB to OLD HOSPITAL that makes possible the above desirable qualities. Present users will back up every claim I make.. There will be more Underfeeds Installed during 1912 than any previous year, lie sure that you have one for the future. They pay for themselves, Made for either Hot Water, Steam or Hot Air Heating. Dooktets and ' names ol users In this locality upon request. Is the one THE UNDERFEED Horticultural Notes, production ot Cream. EIGHTH PAGE Eastern Kentucky Nows. Poem ''Just Smllo." and It was seriously Injured by tiro In tho memory of old students and last winter. It has seemed best to citizens. It has been a useful buildtho College authorities not to re ing, and around it many precious store It, and It will soon exist only memories will hover. HENRY LENGFELLNER Office Jackson St., rear of Main. Phone 7 or 181. Farm Special Train will be open for inspection from 6 o'clock p. m. to 7:15, Friday, the 29th. ' at 7:30. No one should fail either to see the exhibits or hear the lectures. Lectures in both lower and upper chapels j Page Two. THE CITIZEN BLAST KILLS 105 THE TERRIBLE INFANT! PURSUERS ARE DEFIED COUnT ASSASSINS DECIDE NOT TO YIELD TO AUTHORITIES. Bandits Leave Note on Tree Declaring Many Will Die Before They Are Captured, March 28, 1912. A family newspaper for all that It right The Citizen true and Interesting. ruhltshrd cvaiy Thursday at Ilemu Ky. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporate) I. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. EXPLOSION IN OKLAHOMA MINE WORKINGS CAUSES FEARFUL LOSS OF LIFE. ONLY ELEVEN ESCAPE INFERNO Grief Stricken Mothers, Wives and Children of Victims Gather Near the Mouth of Pit Forty-Thre- e Americans In Disaster. McCurtaln, Clkla. In mine No. 2 of company resulted lost and tho mine Of 110 men of eleven are known An explosion here the Sans llols Coal In 105 lives CURSE OF DRINK Three-Fourths IN GEORGIA Subscription Rates PAVAULU One jmr IX ADVAXCn. Jl M The fcit nJti-- r Hows to wKu 1au paid. If it - Ik not rtuuiirwl within tlkn rrnvwal notify us. wwks aftItalic numbers will bp Kkully mipplled ma are notllkxl. it Fn premiums chmp, with wr sirtv rerlpttons ami txjmpt rcnewnl. Hvnd for Premium Lilt. Liberal Uttos given to nny one who trow mihflcrlptliwi for ti. Any onn 'iKltTUT os four yearly subscription ran rrwdm Cltlnu fnw for Mnwv'f for tme yenr. AdTrtlf4tw; mrs on appUcntton, Hrwl money by Post-omrMorwy Order, Dmfl, ot ami two oral otfuiii". or n.tpress letter, or your nuiw on lntc4 your mxlrvrlptlii'n M IlrItrnl being ne VHMHICR Or KUNTUCKY I'ULXSS ASSOCIATION. This Is the weather that makes the rosea blossom on the sweet girls' ' noses. A statesman Is simply n politician who polltlcatcs to suit one's own fads nnd fancies. Fresh air Is not necessarily cold alrr ThlB llttlo fact In uatural science should bo kept In mind. You will not have to wait long for an authoritative announcement concerning the peach crop for 1912. Wo havo entire confldenco In the opinion that It Is not yet time to put nwny your winter underclothing. Wlicn the millionaire for a day cot back home be had $1.53 In Bis pockets. The waiters did not know he had It. Itussla has Imprisoned a man for writing a volumo of poems. Over here we merely let our potts starve to death. twice already, we may bo Justified In counting on a heavy preset-rinseason next fall. g Tho peach crop having been killed Lower California, bavins permanently lost its revolution, has turned again to bull fighting as tho only satisfac- tory substitute. The tipping evil has reached a point where it rhould stop. A waiter In Chicago got an heiress; also, another la Philadelphia. With prices continually soaring long our scientists will have to gtve their attention to finding a substitute for food. e Italy's war expense Is a million dollars a day. To get an idea of the enormous cost reduce a million dollars to spaghetti. Tho thermometers are bravely striving to become normal again and if the weather forecasters will quit forecast-lag- , all will bo well. s One doctor who writes for the says an automobile Is a tine thing for catarrh. He doesn't say how often It should bo taken. mag-nzlnc- Mr. Edison says he likes to read novels because they don't require him lo think. Perhaps that's also the reason why so many people like to write them. As for the fellow who has been going with a girl three yenrs without renting a flat and asking tho question, lie had better look out. Something Is likely to happen. Any man who can't recall an winter In a sleigh, with her sweetness snuggling close and the stars twinkling poetry, has a poverty-strickememory. n Tho Incineration of 300 old square pianos scheduled for next spring In Now Orlcuus, La. As the result ol New Jersey would be righteous if the alleged discovery by tho govern-menamong the number were your neighof Nicaragua of n plot to assasbor's untuued instrument. sinate Secretary of State Knox on the occasion of his recent visit to the capThere seems to be n probability ital of that country, It Is not Improbthat the government will not have a able that a number ot prominent majority In tho German rctchstag. "liberals" will bo put to death, acNobody Bcetns to be able to explain cording to advices received hero from what difference It would make. llluellelds. Thirteen dynamite bombs placed beA boy In London got damages from neath the roadbed over which Secrea zoo because he was bitten by polar tary Knox's special train traveled from civiCorlnto to Managua, nnd connected bears. Tin- - dangers of lization are now independent of time, with an electric battery, was discovplace, season or appropriateness. ered by government agents and wilt be used as evidence ugalnpt tho conAnother severe blow has been given, spirators. simplified spelling. Ilecause the Indict ment agalnut a North Carolina murWarden's Funeral Is Held. Neb. Tho of Lincoln, funeral derer recited that he shot his victim In the "brest," he was discharged, James Delahunty, warden of the Nebraska prison, killed on March 13, An Illinois alienist says a wave of by two escaping convicts, was held remorse Is sweeping over tho country. hero All officials and hundreds of the Come to think of It, this Is the season foremost people of the state attended. of the year when tho greatest number Great Lakes Man Diet. fall off the New Year water wagon. t Washington. In Tho Democratic come tax bill passed tho bouse unamended by a voto of 249 to 41. The bill was supported by 170 Democrats and 79 Republicans, while the exponents of tbe measure were all Republicans. The measure was framed ay tbe ma jority leaders to make up for the loss of revenue to the government through the removal of the duty on sugar, ns provided by a bill which already has been passed by the representatives. Tbe excise bill has been under dis cussion by tho house for tbo last two by days, the debate being marked the The alarm spread quickly and for a many speeches sharply criticizing tbe of time wild confusion reigned. Volun- decision of the Supreme court enter the United States by which a previous Inteers were called for to come tax measure was declared unconshaft. Dozens stepped forward. A party was selected and had been stitutional. The present bill was prepared with lowered but a short distance into the raised by shaft when the thickening smoke a view to meeting objectionsin the litiwarned them that a fierce fire was in the highest court against It exempts progress below. These were forced gation of n few years ago. It year. to return to the surface because of Incomes of less than $5,000 a appear From the time of the first the deadly fums. an hour after the explo- ance of the measure In tbe bouBe Within half prosion dense clouds of sickening smoke there were Indications that the by of the posed legislation would be aided were pouring from the mouth tbe Insurgent Republicans, either acmine. neuany- tively with votes or passively by An order was issued forbidding trality. Tho one to approach the mine. When news were borno expectations then raised out when the ballot dis of this order spread the crowds In the In vicinity of the mine succumbed to wild closed an overwhelming majority favor of the bill. manifestations of grief. tbe An outburst of applause Here and there during the day were Democratic side accompaniedfrom an tbe be seen groups of aged mothers to rekntcllng in the street and praying nouncement of tho vote and was Reor newed when It was learned that with tremulous voices for husbands sons, Young wives wept aloud, clung publicans had voted for the measure. votes were no Democratic to each other In despair, some finally There against the passage of tbe bill. to sin!; exhausted to the street, moanThe bill would extend the existing ing nnd gasping out the names ot corporation tax law to tncludo a tax loved ones. of 1 per cent, on the yeoly net Washington. Mine rescue car No, 4 comes of all firms or Individuals In of tho bureau of mines at Ottumwa, excess of $5,000. la., was ordered to proceed to the McThe Democrats declare the tax Is Curtaln (Okla.) mine, where Its crew one on doing business, despite tne will assist in tho work of rescue. The fact that It would Include salaried peojourney will require 36 hours. Tho ple, and claim It would bring In suf car la in charge ot S. C. Stevenson, ficient revenue to offset tbo estimated mining engineer. loss of $60,000,000 resulting from put ting sugar on the free list sugar bill already has The ATTEMPT MADE TO KILL KNOX gono tofree senate. Tho excise tax the bill was sent to that body which may Charged That Nicaragua Liberals defeat IL Placed Bombs Under Road Secretary Was to Travel Over. TO CLEVELAND PAY HONOR tho day shift only to be alive, while the others arc entombed behind the debris. In the opinion of government ex pcrts nnd mine officials they arc dead, and a special train which brought phy slclans and nurses from Fort Smith, Ark., returned. Five physicians remained with the faint hope that some or the Imprla on'd men might he found alive. Among those unaccounted for are members of a survcjlng party, headed by W. I). Itoper of Clio, S. C. Forty three Americans were employed In the mine. Just before the explosion those on Ihe surface heard a faint rumble and felt the earth tremor. When those ".rarest the mouth of the mines reached the opening a cloud of duBt and smoke belched forth. Theii came tense moments of wait ing for those In the mine to emerge. Frank Fields, n miner, was tho first to stagger out. Me was walking In an entry and heard the explosion, he said. He Jumped Into u side room and the explosion passed nnd he made his way Nine other to the mine opening. miners escaped through a "manway. ' A "rope rider" who was coming to the surface when the explosion occurred, was the eleventh man to escape. The syslcmatlc work of penetrating the mine has begun. Half a hundred rescuers worked In relays. They brought four bodies from the mine The bearers of the bodies passed between rows of grief stricken relatives, who clamored for n view of the dead. The bodies are blackened and burned and are practically unrecognizable. loiter It was reported a rescuing party had found 16 more bodies. This was the last trip of the rescuing party. Men on duty in the shattbouse ran from that structure when the noise of the explosion came to their cars as a muftled roar, soon followed by puffs of smoke from the mouth of the shaft. wrcckid. S E PASSES BILL SEVENTY-NIN- POSSE TWO KILLS THREE AND of Cases Before State lloonoke. Vn. Thirty of tho Aliens Court of Appeals Caused by Exnnd thler followers held n two hour cessive Use of Liquor. conference within three miles of Hills-vlllAt this conference It was deof the cases Uiat KJ cided to light to the finish nnd not to before the state court of appeals are l either to tho Vlrglnln or federnl ylrl duo directly or Indirectly to the authorities uso of Intoxlonnts, deelnres As a result Hie following notice Chief Justice Ilcn Hill of that tribunal, scribbled In pencil on a sheet of In nn opinion handed down by hltn li coarse brown wrapping paper was tho case of Will Lnngston, a Cbero-J,eposted on a tree n mile from Hills-vlllcounty youth, convlrted of on tho public road: for killing his fulher, snys It "To TIiofi! Who lias Made tho Atlnntn Constitution. Their Iluslnass to Concern: We have This opinion Is as strong as any plenty of nrms nnd bullets We know sermon or tempernnco lecturo against how to use them These hills Is an the evils of drink. In It Justlco Hill unhealthy pine for strangers to visit. says: Remember this. You kin git us In The fart of this rase presents an- the olid maybe, but we will get you other of the dally occurring Instances first." showing tho monstrous and measure- Illllsvllle, Vn. Messengers from the less evil of Intoxicating liquors, This posses guarding tho roads the In nnd remorseless monmountains have reported the Carroll ster, with ceaseless nnd tireless energy, county court home nssasslns at a wastes tho substance of the poor, manpoint about flvo miles from Floyd A- ufactures burdensome tnxes for tho llen's home Kvery nrnllnble man In lubllc, monopolizes the valuable Urau Illllsvllle hns hurried up Into the hills of courts, fills Jails, penltcutlnrlcs and In the how of surrounding them be- asylums, ruins homes, destroys manfore they get away hood, terrorizes helpless women and outlaws, who now Innocent children, bailies the churrh The case of the have fio deaths to their score. ba nnd mocks tho law, and answering Its settled down to a siege. Inexorable demands, 'each now morn new widows mourn, new orphans cry, CONGRESS TO AVERT STRIKE new wrongs strike heaven In the Three-fourths e hydtn-heade- er Vj a REPUBLICANS JOIN DEMOCRATS IN PUTTING INCOME TAX THROUGH. MAY ESCAPED CONVICTS FARMER SLAIN. Last Member of the Gang Which Killed Officials of the Nebraska Penitentiary Caught. Omaha, Neb. As the result of a battle between the bandits nnd law officers John Dowd and John Taylor, alias "Shorty" Gray, two of the convicts who eicaped last Thursday from the state penitentiary nt Lincoln, and Roy Illunt. an Innocent victim of their murderous attempt to gain liberty, are dead. Taylor was slain by n posse. It I believed Dowd also was killed by thii posse, but his surviving companion says ho committed suicide Charles Morley. the third of the trio, saved his life by surrendering to the officers, with whom he had fought a running battle for two nnd a half miles over country roads with horses on the gallop. Armed with shotguns and revolvers, while their pursuers had repeating rifles, the convicts wero within n few miles of Omaha, where they expected to find friends who would shield them, when tbe fatal battle took place. Chief Ilrlggs of South Omaha nnd his doputy. John C. Trouton, were leaders In the party which overtook and vanquished the three convicts and shot Illunt, the Innocent victim. D. Heuso Committee on Interstate Commerce Seeks to Extend Erdman Act to Cover Coal Mine Owners. Washington - The house committed on Interstate commerce has derided to appoint n subcommittee to ronsld-ennd report Immediately Represent atlve Lee's bill to extend the Krdman arbitration and mediation art to apply to coal mine owners nnd operator Representative l,ee. who Is pressing the bill, bellotcs It would avert the threatened strike of anthracite coal miners. No action In connection with the coal labor situation hits been taken by the house labor committee. Chair man Wilson said nothing would be done until nfter the proposed suspension of work April 1 While President Taft s.n not sought to Intervene In the anthracite roal deat'lock. he Is keeping In close touch with both sides nm! will see John Mitchell at the White Houm this week. r lace.' "These are the products of a curso Imposed, not by tho decree of God. by the voluntary but eon-du- of mnn. Its wenk and wicked vic- SENATE DEFEAT IT Measure Extends Existing Corporation Tax Law to Include One Per Cent, on Yearly Net Incomes In Excess of $5,000. L & W. IS FOUND GUILTY VIoU-tlo- n tim. Judges of criminal courts, spenk-In- g have from official experience, grown weary calling attention to tho drink habit as the principal cause of crime, and nothing tho writer could say would add to this manifest truth. Hut I cannot refrr.ln from saying that after live years' observation of tho c"ics that have been beforo this court, of tho crimes are i'.iio dl rectly or Indirectly to tho excessive nso of Intoxicants, nnd that If thu churrh and the state and public sentiment could ultlmntely make Georgia sober, tile prisons would be vacant, the chain gangi empty, and the cltlej, towns a til country would be filled with prosperous nt'd happy homes." Will 19 years old, killed his own fnthcr, who had come home bortBlly drunk and drove his sick wKo, tnu junta's mother, from her bed mto the night. Tho youth resented this treatment r.f his mother. The father, frenzied with liquor, knocked aim nation-wid- e primary down, rut him with a knife, nnd thrtMirnC to kill him. The son tken Senator Cummins- Introduces Meas- picked up a rtonc, used as a door prop, nnd hurled It nt his father. It strikaag ure Which Will Abolish All Conhim on the head and killing him. Ho ventions In Political Parties. was tried nnd convicted of manslaughWashington Senator Cummins of ter and appealed for a new trial, hut the court of appeals could find uo presiIowa Introduced a natlon-wlddential primary bill, the effect of error an which to send the case bsick which would be to abolish local, state to the lower court. Consequently the and national conventions of tbe polltl-ca- l decision was atflrmed three-fourths , for - parties. Coal Carrier Fined J2.0C0 for of Hepburn Act First Prosecution of Kind. Buffalo. N. T. awanna guilty court of violating the commodities clause of the Hepburn net and was The Delaware, Lack& Western railroad was found In tho United States district Tho plan of Senator Cummins Is to havo a national primary July 8. to be followed every four years with n national primary election on the second Monday of July. Tho crndldate of the each political party receiving greatest number of votes would be certified by that board as the candidate in tho November elections CLUBS INSTEAD OF SALOONS Many Social Institutions Formed in Birmingham, England, In Which No Intoxicants are Allowed. In Illrmlngham. I'ngl.ind. social clubs In which no Intoxicants are nlluwed. About forty are Klcvon aro carried on In what were formerly public houM-i- . Twelve clubs meet only onco a week, hut all tho others aro oien nightly except Sundays Most of them nre open Saturday afternoon alio. A social Institutes' union also converts five corporation swimming baths Into free social recreation halls In tho winter months. These Institutions ni quite distinct from starting, trade, benellt. musical and other sectional ilubs. There aro nlfo thirty five Good Templar lodges lu the vicinity of tho city. Tho Good Templars have many lodges open weekly in Illriiilnghuin and 200 In others can fnj quent social clubs and ilrlnk free ten" poranco concerts If they will. Sir Thomns Whltnkcr and others aro largo temperance blLMard opening balls about tho country with many of a wholesonio kind; tho churchmen and tho Methodists have provided grcnt social centers, uml other churches are doing the llko. It Is thrreforo not a fact that working-m- n go to the public house lcrnuee tlrey lmo nowhere olso to go. slxty-sl- There aro fined $2,000. The compnny was Indicted on twen- TEST FOR OHIO DEMOCRATS ty counts, the charge being that It shipped free from Duffnlo to Scrnnton, Presidential Preference Primary to s Be Held May 21 Harmon Pa., a quantity of hay to be used In State Committee. feeding mules In the mines. Con-trol- Exercises Commemorative of Seventy- Fifth Anniversary or mis uinn Held New York. In O With supiiortcrs of Harmon's presidential candidacy In complete control, the DemoReported That Anarchist In Switzer- cratic state tentral committee provided for n presidential preference land Has Threatened German primary to be held In Ohio on May 21. and Italian Monarchs. at which all entrants for tho Demopretddent may Rome. Italy. Reports have reached cratic nomination for tho Italian government that an nnnr-chl- bo voted for directly living In Switzerland had threatened to mako an attempt against the FOUR FACE BRIBERY CHARGE lives of tho German and Italian monarch during the nppro.ichlng visit of Members of New Mexico Legislature Kmperor William nt Venice nnd exArrested for Accepting Money to traordinary measures havo been taken Vote for Senator. all along tho Italian frontier to ascertain the Identity ot suspected IndiviAlbuquerque, N. M. Four members duals. nt tin. Now Mexico leclslature were nrrested In Santn Fe charged with uc- to vote lor certain SUN CULT LEADER INDICTED ceptlng bribes for United States senators. Columbus, LIVES OF RULERS IN PERIL Governor st New York. Founder anniversary tive of tho seventy-fiftof tho birth of Orover Cleveland were hold In the great hall of the College of the City of New York. Tributes by letter enmo from Presi dent Taft, Governor Dlx. Alton n. Parker. Oscar W. Underwood, Mayor Olney, Cleveland's Gaynor. Richard Hoko secretary of state; Scnntor-elcc- t Smith of Georgia, David It. FranclB of Missouri and Gov, Judson' Harmon of Ohio, all members of Mr. Cleveland's cabinet, and many others. Cyclone Sweeps Southern Illinois. Rt. Louis. Four persons were In jured and property damaged to the extent or J7&.000 at Greenville, III., when a cyclone struck tlva Illinois towns within a radius of 7b miles of at. Iiuls. Iniurlng human lives, un roofing bouses and demolishing telegraph and telephone wires. $6,290,000 Kxerclses commemora of Mazdaznan Worshipers Is Charged With Sending Objectionable Matter Through the Malls. l, tho first voto on which was taken by tho legislature inn oinor uay. nnoes amounting to $500 each aro raid to havo been paid them. . Otomnn Zar Adusht Han-lulJury Finds Minister Guilty. leader nnd founder of tho MazdazPittsburg. Pa-- Rev Dr. W. I). nan sun worshipers, whose Lnko Park minister nnd educator, foravenuo temple recently was the scene head of the Pittsburg Central of a spectacular raid by government mer school, but later connected with agents, was Indicted by the federal High United Presbyterian mission work at grand Jury. Greenville, Tcnn.. was convicted by Two Indictments were returned, court of causing charging Huhlsh with having sent ob- Jury In the criminal scrrotary, by express and the deiith of his former jectionable literature Dodds Coe, last January. through tho malls. Chicago. Doctor Eliot, 78, la at Sea. board a steamer Iloston. On bound for China, on bis return from a trip around the world, Charles W. Kllot, president emeritus of Harvard, birth-dacelebrated his seventy-eightA cablegram received hero stated that JJontor Kllot wns in excellent Appropriation Bill. The Washington. senate has passed tho fortifications appropriation bills, authorizing nn vxpendlttiro or a llttlo more than $1,000,000, which Is substantially 20 per cent. lower than the similar appropriation last year. Passes Fortification health. The hens arc usually blamed for It wben tho price of eggs becomes prohibitive, but for some reason nobody has attempted to hold the cows re vponslblo for the present price of Capt. Lewis Tnlbot, eighty-nyears old, said to be tho oldine est navigator on the great lakes, died at his homo here. For CO years Cap-tul- n Tnlbot bad sailed the lakes In (he capacity o! owner and master. Iluffalo. Married Sixty-Fou- r Years. Left for Orphanage. Rockford. 111. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Ixindoii. A bequest of (G,26O,U0O was left by llnron Wandsworth, who Hays of Kings. III., are celebrating anniversary ot their died recently, for tbe foundation of an the sixty-fourth orphanage. marriage. Count Jailed for Fraud. Rerlln. Count Wolff von Metier-nlcwas sentenced to ono week's Imprisonment on a chargo of fraud regarding a loan from a wnlter, Tho count, however, was acquitted of tbe charge of cardsharplng. h Crime In Drinking Places. Tho court records of lower Ilavarla for tho year 1910, the latest officially recorded, showed un Increase ilnrlnir tho year In the number of fatal as saults, According to correspondence of tho German temiteranco press, stabbing wns tho most frequent method of assault, amounting to 15 cases out of every 20. Most of the criminal deeds were committed nt night between 11 and 2 o'clock, nnd 17 out of every 20 occurred clthor In the saloons, before them, or on their way home from them. Only ono In that number took pluco In the workshop, ono In tho homo and one In the woods, ln 18 cares a lance amount nt i.... had been consumed before tho deed was committed, or tho criminal was a habitual heavy drinker. Thirteen llvtt wcro lost on Sunday, tbe other seven on work days. TIipbo fads, particularly the tlrot and place, show very clearly tbe causs ot these evils uml point the way Uj their correction. March 28, 1912. THE CITIZEN. iu vote on uunua. Page Three." Citizens Will Past Upon Court Ho'Jie Issue. Sholbjnrlllo. Tho fiscal court, hj a voto of soven to one, adopted a resolution offered by Squire Itoss, that the county lovy for tho onstilm; year REAFTER. THREATENING TO bo Increased from !7 cents to CO MOVE QA8 PIPES COMPANY cents, and that a bond Issuo not to exceed $76,000 for tho purposo of CONCILIATES. building a new courthouse bo submitted to a voto of tho (teople at tlnj CITIZENS' COMMITTEE DID IT next November election. Tho only mnglstrato voting In tho ncgntlva was WILL REBATE FROM OLD KENTUCKY PlnevIIIe. John Clooch was struck and Instantly killed by an L. & N. mine train In the local yards, Tho nnnual meeting Ilarbourvlllo. of thn Eleventh District Educntlonal association has been culled for Corbln April G nnd C. W. Tompkins, Owcnsboro. formerly of thli city, but now of Chicago, has again turned song writer nnd now has a song on the market. GAS CHARGES SalvationThrough Christ By Re v. Jame M. Gtay, D. D., Berea SUWSCIIOOL Printing School MlTMTIONAL Lesson my Department. The Moody lllble stitute of Chicago.) B. O. Department of Berea College nf Even-I- n In- Dean of Moody Bible Institute, Chicago Hnt.t.nitS, Director (The Citizen is a specimen of our work.) PftlNTS HAND-DILLLHTTEIt-HKADS, Sn Squire Ilansbrough. Had Promised That It Would Use Its Influence to Prevent Legislation Advene to Concern by City Council. LniltiKton. President Joseph Seep of the Kentucky Nntur.il Can company rnversed himself nnd Instead of removing tlm company's gas plpoa from Lexington, ns tin had threatened to lo, when ho pronounced tUo request of the city rouncll for a reduction of ihu gas bills for January und Fehrunry tho most absurd resolution he over heard of, tin blandly agreed to do vtrythlnR which had beon asked by th citizens and council. Al a meeting of tho committees of tho Commercial club and city council, ('resilient Seep nnuounced that tl compuuy would robato 20 per cent of January and 10 per cent of tho Hohnmry bills; would oxtond tho gas main from tho city to tho WW llolda by December 1; would make no Incrrusu In thv scale of cliargoit until connection wus mado with tho West Virginia wells, and would r.lve the local ulllclal wider latitude In HatUfylng complainants. All of this It given In return for a promise of tho committee, that thoy would line their Inlliieiic.i to prevent drew leglHlatlon bolng tnkon by tho city rouncll toward tho gan company. Ono board of tho rouncll has already paused an ordinance providing that the, gas company tie titled from 110 to 100 for eaoh failure of tho company to supply a patron with au adequate rupply of gas. Tho concessions granted by President Seep for tho gas company wer-- j tnado In response to n written communication presented to hi in by tho committee. In which ho was urged to mako tho concessions demanded by gas consumers of tho city These demands were set out In detail, and In response. President Seep granted every ono of them, notifying tho committee, of his decision In the following letter Vlr-glnl- n , standing on tho part of tho mombers of the court that, In tho ovent the bond Issuo falls to receive tho re0 quired majority, tho or $10,000 arising annually from the additional tax of 13 cents shall bo applied to a sinking fund for erecting tho now building, although a motion specifically setting forth this fact was lost by a tlo vote. Magistrates Donahue, lloss, (tucker and Wlso voting In the affirmative and Ilellwood, Long, Ilansbrough and County Judgo Gilbert In tho negative. Their objection to the motion so stated was that emergencies might nriso In which It would bo desirable to use soma or all of the money for other purposes. At tho lust election on which a vote on n bond Issue for n new courthouse was taken, a majority of tho votes rust were !n favor of tho proposition, s but It fell short of the required by scvernl hundred. two-third- s $18,-00two-third- While It Is no so explicitly stated In tho resolution, It Is a tacit under- OLD MAN MISSINQ. Preston Richey Went to Town and d prominence overlooking tho KenSeventh District Fred Ulackburn. tucky river, and Is In plain view of Tho Itepubllcan memberu of tho tho Interurbnn nnd steam railway lines entering the city. Tho commis- board appointed aro Hassett, Ulacksion made favorable comments on tho burn and Van Meter. plans of Architect Webber of Now-por- t. Whltcsburg. It is announced that the Kentucky & Virginia railroad, terminating at Wise, Va., will bo exINSPECT VINE GROVE CO. tended down Indian Creek nnd Company K of tho through Point Gap, on tho Kentucky-Virgini- a Kllzabothtown. border Hue, connecting at Third Iteglment of tho State Guard was Inspected at Vino drove, this Jenkins, the Consolidation Coal comcounty, by Colonel Morrow of tho pany's city, with tho Sandy Valley & Eighteenth Infantry. United States Elkhorn railroad. Tho distance Is army, and by Col. .Inuot Henry of about 20 miles through a territory llopklnsville, of tho State Guard. Tho rich In coal nnd timber, Tho survey was made, suvurul mouths ago and s company was found to bo In nre now being secured. condition In drill and ciulp-men- rights-of-wafollowed It Is suld tho Norfolk & Western Is A banquet and ball behind tho K. & V. tho Inspection. first-clasL Has Not Deen Heard From. Olasgow. Oreat excitement In the Temple Hill country over tho mysterloiiB disappearance of Preston lllrhey, an old man who lives In that section with his son, Sam Itlchcy. According to his sou tho old man left homo shortly after noon, saying hu was going down to the creek nnd set out some fish hooks. The creek wns only a short dlstnnco uwuy, and as at C o'clock he had not returned the family became alarmed and wrni In search of Mr. Itlchcy. At the creek they found his poles set out, but found no other trace of the missing man. The alarm was given and a large crowd collected at tho creek to search for tho missing man. The search began nbout 6 o'clock' and lantcd nlmnst the entire night. The creek wan dragged for a considerable presented to rouncll "(Srntlemcn of tho Committee. An- distance und all the woods, barns nnd swering your written suggestion of other places were searched, but to no this date, the Central Kentucky Gas avail. company begs to state ns follows' GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. "Notwithstanding tho fact that tho gas company delivered In January nnd February to Its consumers nil Lancaster. The second week of the gns that they could possibly the Garrard circuit court Is In session pump out of their HG wells In Meni- with Judge Charles Hardin of fee, and the fart that the meters regon the bench. Among the istered correctly tho amount dellv-eie- cases disposed of arc the following: to rnch Individual consumer, David Denny, malicious cutting of from which registration tho gas Nate Kavanaugh, indeterminate senbills were mado at their regu- tence of from two to five years; lar rate, tho gas company recognizes Charles Hunter and Alvlu Thomas, e the consumers suffered great for the malicious cutting of Jnmes during some of the hours Jones, conviction; Lcttlln Uurtou, a each day during tho 12 days In tho negro, charged with the killing of one month of January und seven days in Hudson, hung Jury. the month nf February. In that tho Tho grnnd Jury has turned In n gns ronsuined was not effectlvo to number of Indictments, nmong which produce the required amount of heat Is one ngalnst Othel Iast for alleged on account of low pressuro under barn burning, ono against Luther which It had to b burned, nnd In tho Simpson also for alleged barn burnuplrlt of concession miggosted by you ing, and another ngalnst Luther Is villlng to nccept your written prop- Simpson for nn alleged attempt at osition of this dale, made, us wo un- barn burning. Fast and Simpson aro derstand. In behalf of tho citizens of both In Jail. I.exlnptoti and tho consumers of natural gas, and beg to suggest that STATE AGRICULTURAL DOARD with tho encouragement of your peo-plour enterprise, which wo believe to be of vast Importance, to your com- Appointed by Governor McCreary Two Capital Plums Also Given Out. munity, will continue." Frankfort. Governor McCreary hns appointed n state beard of agriSELECT SITE FOR MANSION. culture under the now law. Names of New Home for Kentucky's Governor, the members are: T. N. McOrow, First District at Frankfort, to Cost $75,000. Frankfort- .- The now residence for Snilthlnnd. W. L? Ilassctt, Second District tho governor of Kentucky, costing $75,000, will bo erected on Iognn l.eltchfleld. Fourtli District M. J. Lewis street, on tho site owned by Attorney llarrod's Creek. Ij. F. Johnson. Tho capltol commisFifth District M. II. Fronnn. sion met last night and agreed on the purchase of tho Johnson proporty, Ghent Sixth District J. M. Terry, Tho situ Is near tho capltol, on n g d com-patiy'- x lncon-cnlcneo - Let-tcrle- Cyn-thlan- Mnyficld. In circuit ccurt Jack Kc'loy was tried on tho two charges of bringing whisky Into local cptlon territory for tho puriobo of soiling nnd n '"rdlct was returned lining him r.'OC, with 100 du8 In JalL passed by tho legislature for nn appropriation of $10,000 outright nnd $2,!P0 n year for maintenance for tho proponed Kentucky Industrial ucltool for negroes aro writing (Jovoruor McCreary urging him to sign tho Padiicnh. Frlonda of tho Louisville. After having lived a spotless record covering 21 years, Arch 11. Terrell, a railway mall clerk, confessed here to secret service officers that ho had stolen a total of buy $13 from registered letters t Christmas presents for his children bill and modlcluo for his son, who has ho told his children that because of his sou's Illness ho could not buy them gifts, thev cried. He couldn't bear It and took ' from a inter. Later bo took mors to buy medicino. tuberculoids. At Christmas, when LESSON FOR MARCH 31. TKXT Who his own self bnro our sins In his own bod on the tree, that ws QUARTER. being txinff dead to sins, should live unto REVIEW LESSON FIRST Is Whltcsburg. Work righteousness; by whose stripes yo were rushed nt Jenkins on a power plant healed: For ye were as sheep coins' asSuggestions for Busy Teachers. that will light Jenkins and all tho tray; but are now returned unto thn Shepherd nnd Bishop of ycur souls. I A good way In which to present a suburbs, Including Mcllobcrls. Peter 2:H-Sreviow of tho lessons for tho first Feter in this quarter of the year 1912 would bo to Ncely Sheriff Franklin. Deputy chapter Is speak- select tho best person posslblo to act conveyed to tho Eddyvlllo penitening to Christians m leader and then to havo cither tiary Vlrcll Robertson, convicted of mnny sctectcd who are undergo- twelvo classes, or that housebreaking at tho recent term of ing persecution groups (Individuals may bo utilized) court. and suffering be- and havo each present the main cause of their thought of each of the twelvo lessons. Ilockport. Pres. J. A. Dlggorstaff Tako tho flrat lesson let sorao elfaith at the hands of the Kentucky Stato Union of tho of tho pagans, and derly man speak for tho character of American Society of Equity, has Isho Is urging them Zacharlas tbo priest let him tell of sued a call for that body to meet In to havo their man- tbo faithful dlschargo of bis tcmplo 26, Central City on Tuesday, March ner of living- 'hon- duties and whllo thus occupied of est,' open and meeting tbo ongel Gabriel with bis Ilarbourvltle. A canning factory above board In startling messngo which was a chalwill bo Installed hero by a local stock tho presence of lenge to Zacharlas' faith. Then for company, which Is now In process of their calumniat- tho Bccond lesson let some mother tell organization. Hnlf the nocessary ors, whose own of tho Incidents of the birth of John tho stock has boon subscribed. conversion may tho Ilaptlst, of and rejoicing ofoffriendss Zach-nriatho hymn bo brought about and neighbors who received his speech as soon Frankfort. H. 12. Kennedy of Cin- by It. He teaches that Christians cinnati, an architect, wns In Frank should submit themselves to those la ns ho bad testified to God's will and belief. fort to submit planB for tho now authority over them, whether govern- Bhowed his As for lesson three, let some child mental or Industrial, for the Lord's executive mansion. Tho commission sake, and thye should do it oven in briefly stato the facts only, or tho will select an architect Thursday. tho caso of thoso masters that are not birth of Jesus, I. e., read Luke 2:8-1good and gentle, but "forward." In and this to bo followed by some muslo McCreary Governor Frankfort course of tho argument he adduces suggestive of the angelic hosts. has appointed Charles II. Cattctt as tho oxamplo of Christ, who, although In lesson four we rovert to tho tho Justlco of the peace of tho Third dis- without sin, was reviled, but did not templo servlco again at the dedication trict, In Anderson county, to succeed rovllo again, and whoso sufferings of Jesus. It would bo very appropriIt. T. Gee, resigned. wero carried to tho extent of the cross. ate to bavo tho superintendent of the The description of theso sufferings Is Cradle Roll at this Juncture to go West Point. Rats have been play- fourfold, each ono-o- f tho four particu- through tho servlco of receiving n ing havoc with tho farmers' corn lars Illustrating a different aspect of baby for the Crado Roll such as is frecribs slnco tho recent heavy snows. tho salvation men may recelvo quently performed, keeping In mind W. A. Illevlns, Jr., n farmer near here, through him. the main fact of tho lesson. with a young shepherd dog, killed 70 Now let three men enter tho room, The Strange Law of Tokyo. rats In one hour. First, he tells us his sufferings dressed in costume if desirod, and rewero substitutionary 'Who his own self cite either the necessary scripturo Frankfort. Wllllnm T. Heading, bare our sins In his own body In the verses or some poetry that will conwho wns a merchant In Frankfort for tree." It Is not long ago since there vey to all tbo idea of tho visit of tho f0 years, but Is now a farmer. Is was an ordlnanco In Tokyo, Japan, to wise men to Jerusalem In search of critically 111. Ills death Is expected tbo effect that no foreigner could tako the child Jesus and that they found at any time. Mr. Heading has many up bis residence thero without provid- him not in Herod's palace, but In lowrelatives In Louisville. ing for himself a native substitute, ly Dcthlchem and there presented who, in the event of his violating any their gifts and worshiped him. d For the sixth lesson, let a Paducah. A petition In bankruptcy law, would suffer tbo penalty In bis boy having a good prcsenco was filed In tho United States court stead. As soon as ho arrived tho queshero by H. II. Pace, a farmer of ths tion would be put to him, "Who stands and .strong speaking voice recite Luke Spring Creek section of Callowav for you?" Jesus Christ stands for all 2:41-50Avoid Involved Questions. county. Ills liabilities arc about who put tbclr trust In him. In the second placo, ho tells us that $3,000; assets, $C00. Let the pastor of the church or somo tho design of Christ's sufferings was other clergyman tell of the prophecy Glasgow. Tho passago of a floc'.c that men "might live unto righteous- of Isaiah and of John's fulfilling tho of wild geese over this section is ness," that Is that the) might bocomo samo as he preached out in tbo countaken by the farmers as an Irro enabled to live that kind of life, set try warning the people to avoid the futable harbinger of spring. Tho bforo them In the preceding verses. wrath of God and to show by their geese made a raid on u number of I know n lad who, when ho does any- righteous thing the fruit of the lives wheat fields and practically destroyed thing very questionable and his con- that had repented of their evil ways. them. A number of ones science begins to troublo him, always Emphasize, however, that John's greatasks his mother, "Will that keep ma est work (and our's as well) was to were found unable to fly. out of heaven?" If the answer Is In point men to Jesus tho Lamb of the negative bo Is satisfied. Hut tho world. Owcnsboro. bnvo tho Committees Is not for tho In a review such as wo are now conheeu appointed at n union meeting or salvation of Jesus Christ purpose merely of getting Into heaven, ducting wo must avoid tbo involved the Christian Endeavor organizations of living right at tho present tlmo. questions and only present tho great of the different churches of tho city but Tho Croquet Ball. facts of tho baptism of Jesus; tbo witto arrange for tho holding of tho Thero used to bo a rule In croquet ness of John, the presence of tho state convention of the Christian Endeavor In Owcnsboro during tho that when you struck your opponent's Holy Spirit and God's audible approval month of May. ball you wero "dead" upon It so far as of thoso silent years In Nazareth. This that play was concerned. Tho Chris- is tho eighth lesson. Campton. Hen Harris, Tho ninth lesson has to do with the merchant tian believer may bo said to be repreand distiller of Vortex, who wao con- sented by tho ball, whllo sin Is the call of tho first disclp.es. For this In victed of selling whisky local mallet In Satan's hand. Sin has struck five boys might be selected. Let tho option territory without a license, tbo bcllover once In the person of his leader recite Mark. 1:14, 15, "Andrew" was required to give a peace bond substitute, Jesus Christ, and can not verses 17 and 18. Now let "James" that he would not sell any intoxicat- strlko him again. When Christ died, tako verso 19 then ono (dlmon Peter) ing liquor In this county for a period bo died to sin In the sense that It could reclto verso 16 and "John his brother" never again bring him to the placo of verso 20. The leader can reclto verses of one year. Judgment, and It Is the teaching of the 21 to 26 and all together verses 27 Owcnsboro. With the nppenranco New Testament that tho believer died and 23. A physician would bo an appropriate of ono case of smallpox In Owcnsboro In him In tho same sense. It Is this and with a number of cases In tho fact which sets the believer free to person to present lesson ten. Let him towns surrounding this city, nnd espe- llvo a life of righteousness, and It Is Bkctch tho picture briefly of "all tbo cially at llawesvllle, Hancock county, tho apprehension of it as a fact city" gathered nbout Peter's door at Mayor has Issued a vaccina-tlo- through tho Holy Spirit, that com- tho end of tho day, tho sick being proclamation, ordering every municates tho power and inspiration healed, person In tho city who has not beon to him so to live. Somo busy business man ought to Tho third thing Peter tells us about depict tho story of "Jesus teaching successfully vaccinated to submit to It Is re- tho sufferings of Christ is their ne- In Capernaum,"' lesson eleven. vaccination Immediately. Emphasize team play and Illustrate ported that thero are 18 cases of cessity. "Yo were ns sheep going astray." Travelers In the Orient tell us by a modern mlraclo If thero bo suffbtnallpox in Graves county. that tho tendency of n sheep Is always icient tlmo. Jesus the dally friend and I.ondon.-r-Th-e jury returned n ver- to go farther and farther astray; and his Interest In home life Is tho heart dict of guilty ngalnst Leonard Allen so man, if left to himself, never will of tbo twelfth lesson. Must Drill Carefully. In tho Laurel circuit court and tlxed return to God of his own accord. No Of course caro must bo taken not to his Imprisonment at from two to 21 process of education or evolution will yturs. Allen wus charged with kill- ever bring him there. Man Is not a let any ono lesson consumo too much ing Itubo Arthur at the home of tho member of a rising but a fallen and a time else tho uholo will bo much too relong. This means careful drill and former In this county two months falling raco, and ho who delays to ago. Doth men wero farmers living celvo tho son of God now will bo farth- presentation before relew Sunday. away from him tomorrow than ho If a written review Is desired so on adjoining farms, The killing oc- er curred over n small amount of corn Is today. Henco tho urgoncy of tho frame tho questions that tho least efacgospol invltntion that "now Is tho ficient scholar may lave an answer, Arthur claimed Allen owed him. cepted time, today tho day of salva- 1. e., let your question suggcat, tbo tion." answer as far as possible. Tbo sucAugusta. Tho peoplo here are Finally, ho teaches us tho result of cess of a written review will depend over tho prospects greatly enthused now sufferings. "Yo aro upon tbo previous work of tho teachof getting natural gas for Augusta. Christ's to tbo Shepherd and Ulshop of ers. If this suggested progtnm is InTho Columbia Gns Company has no- your Souls." "Heturned" signifies that terspersed with singing, avoid singing tified T. E. Milner, president of tho Is brought back to that all tho verses andunneccssary Instruman Business Men's club, that the head of placo in Christ of fellowship with God bo enjoy- mental preludes and Interludes. At the construction department will bd ed bofore fall. Indeed, bis fellow- tbo close let the leader drill tbo school sent hero shortly to confer with local ship now tho on foundation. upon l no twelvo subjectsis a surer peoplo as to tho cobt of Installing gas Thero was a contingency in tbo caso 1. The lllrlh of John the Daptist In the city limits. of tho first Adam, but thero Is none in Foretold. The latter has that of tho second. 2. Tho Illrtn of John tuo ItaptUL DeMineral Uarbourvllle. -- Tho 5. Ibe Illrtb or Jeans. company, romposrd of kept the law as well as paid tho penvelopment and 4. Tho Piesentatlon In tho Temple. Philadelphia capitalist!. Is preparing alty for thoso who receive him, eterIs thus 6. Tho Wlso Men Ixd by tho Star. to begin roal and tltnbe operations their restored condition 6. The noy Josub In tbe Temple. largo scale In Letcher county. nally secure. on a 7. Tho Ministry of John tho Hap-tiLet me oxhort you therefore to ro Tho property haB been opened for development by tho new Islington und eclve tho Saviour by a definite net 8. Tbo lluptlsm and Temptation of Eastern railroad, and as soon as of faith today, that tho pence of God branch lines are built a number of big may become yours the peace that Jcmus. !). Tho Ca.l of tho First Disciples. A springs from tho knowledge that your coul cjoratlotiB will bo started, 10. Jesus tho Healer. contract was recently made for tho sins aro forever put away. And thus U. Tbo miralytlo Forgiven, and line Into receiving tho Holy Spirit ns the furthextension of u threo-mllthe lloouo Fork district and the first er gift of God, you will havo power to Utnlcd. 12, Fcautloc and Fastloe coal operations will bo started lutbut llvo a Ufa of rlghteousncsjt toto bint Held by tho Pcnuaylvaulaua twelve-year-olhalf-starve- CARDS, KEPOItTS, SER- MONS AND BOOKS IN TtlH BEST MANNER, AND AT LOWEST pmcES. patronage l sjJied ts help students, a.ni U Uauro your getting your money's worth. Your ORDERS CALL AT THE OFFICE OR BENB 11Y MAIL. YOU WILL QBT TERMS CASH. AD- SATISFACTION. DRESS Berea Printing School BEREA, KY. Houses to Rent To those who have children to educate and wish to reside tn Derea for a longer or snorter time to enjoy It educational advantages, the College has a number of houses, large and small, some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable term. Address THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. THE Berea Hospital Nurse Training School of Berea College HAS BEST OPERATING ROOU AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREATMENT GREATLY INCREASES PROSPECTS OF RECOVERY. Rates Ono Dollar a day and up. Bond for prompt payment required. For further particulars address THE BEREA HOSPITAL BEREA, KY. r THIS u this community. J Mr. Merchant You say you've got it nlL You're selling them all they'll buy, anyhow. But at the same time you would like more business. J Make this community buy more. I Advertise strongly, consistently, judiciously. J Suppose you can buy a lot of washtubs 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 nt 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 nnd years will buy a new one from you. CJ That's creative business power. OURj AD. RATES ARE RIOHT CALL ON US Kiiyjrigtll. IMh tif Y. ad. is directed at tho who has all the business in his line in N. U.) TRADE MORAL Tho quality el st e what you have to sell Is known to some people all of the thno and all of the people some of the tir.i3, but advertise regularly with us and you'll reach all of the people all cl the time. r J li 1 1IL, ' I l,k BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY from Sulistnntlnl men of high character with Influence nnd large acquaintance In their locnllty wnnted In all parts 'of Ohio, Kentucky and southern In diana to personally Introduco our .M.iah jS, 19 1 2. W. Rcduso and B. Nuform Corsets IP o o World-know- arc made of Fabrics n for their DURABILITY and STRENGTH COYLE'S DRY GOODS STORE You pay less or get more ooiboo.oo.ooooooo.oooooo.ooooo.o o LOCAL PAGE OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A Ladles, you aro most cordially InBurnam, a prominent vited to attend my millinery oicn. NEWS young lawyer of Richmond, was In lug, April G and C, 1912. Mrs. Laura Jones, Chestnut St., Berea, Ky. 2 town on business, Saturday. oaoaoaoaoooaoaoaoaoaoaooaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoao5 A cheap buggy painted may be sold DR. HOLLOWAY'S LECTURE MUs Zoda Greenlee left, Monday for a good one, so It pays to go whero morning, (or her home in 'Jlansflcld, only good ones are sold Welch's of Thru the efforts of the College Y Ohio. courso. M. C. A. tho college men nnd citizens Mr. Ralph Bingham and wife, tho Rev. II. D. Goodcnuf, a missionary wcro fnvored by nn Illustrated lecentertainers, did not loavo until Tues- ol tho American Board In Johan, CITY 1'IIONK 183 ture, 'Monday night by Dr. Thomas day noon. They were to leave Satur- South Africa, a schoolmate Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. of I'res. G. Holloway, M. D., of Lexington. day nglht, hut were so favorably Im- Frost, has for somo fow days been Dr. Holloway's subject was Perpressed with Boono Tavern that they tho guest of tho President. Ho spoko sonal Hygono, or tho need of Personal DAN H. BRECK decided to remain thero and rest In Upper chapel, Sunday night, on Purity and his presentation was 'he Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock Mr. Mat Bongo and family moved the development of Africa. ever most forceful nnd convincing INSURANCE to Villa Grovo, 111., Tuesday. They Several copies of tho Llfo of Dr. presented la Berea. Tho Illustrations ! U 1 a t! camo from Villa Grovo to Bcrea three j Win sign yuui uuuu. Pearsons havo been placed In tho Li- spoko for themselves and mado n e- Richmond , Ky . y profound Impression. Phone 505 brary. Miss Margaret Williams left, Tues- Such lectures ns Dr. Holtowaya If Edwin Rogers Embree, son of Mrs. day morning, for St Louis, 'Missouri, N. TIME TABLE. L. widely heard will speedily lesson tho Embree, and grandson of Father where she expects to enter tho North Bound Local Fee, spent a day and a half In Bo- social evil. 7:00 a. m. 10:65 p. m. Training School for nurses In tho City Knoxvillo rca, this wek as the guest of many 3:52 a. m. Hospital. 1:04 p. m. BEREA CHICKS HATCHED TO ORDER friends. Ho gave an interesting lec7:45 a. m. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati Rev. W. C. Kclley, pastor of tho ture In United Chapel, Monday mornSouth Bound Local Methodist Eplscoplal Church, Tilton, ing. from several of tho leading breeds. 8:15 p. m. Neb., graduate from the Bcrea Aca6:30 a- - m. Cincinnati Wrlto for particulars and prices. M. Last Wednosday another car load L. Spink, Borca, Ky. 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. in. demy, Bocond year, 1903, writes of BURR Knoxville f:55 p. m. 6:5 a. the success of his work and recalls of buggies came to Welch's. This makes two cars this yoaf'and another Express Trains Interesting Kentucky experiences. BAND CONCERT one yet to come. You cant miss It Stop to take on and let off passenof tho Mr. Keliey Is If you wanted to when you go to gers from beyond Dayton, O., or from The College Bond, under the very North Nebraska Conference Methocapable leadership of Mr. Bailey, aa- Welch's. Atlanta and beyond. dist Brotherhood. South Bound We tell you what our buggies are 1:00 a. m. Cincinnati and then we stand behind them. 11:44 a-- m. BEREA That's what we call a guarantee at North Bound Welch's. BEREA 4:46 p. m. 8:37 p. m. A strong program Is offered by the Cincinnati Conference of Education In the South April 3, 4, and 5tb, and Prof. Ralne will not read, Friday at Nashville, u good delegation from Kentucky Is night. promised. Profs. Lewis and Peck wilt Miss Mattle McGuiro of Richmond was the guest of lllss Ella Adams lepresent Berea. Tho Conference last year was held at Jacksonville, Fla., from Saturday until Monday. Miss Delia Baker Is visiting her Profs. Dlnsmoro and Clark and the sister, Mrs. Bennett Fowler of- - Rich- Editor being in attendance." mond, this wcok. The Form Special train wiU Mrs. J. M. Early was In Richmond at Richmond, Ky., at 3:15 p. on business last week. ra. on liar. 29, 1912. EGGS from Single Comb Brown Mr. Edward Hanscom of Hanscom Leghorns, 50 cents per 15. SIMON Bros, and Company, of Philadelphia, MUNCY, Borca, Ky. Penn., a former partner of Mr. H. E. 'Mr. and Mrs. J. Raphlcl were In Taylor, was here one day, last week Cincinnati from Wednesday till Fripurposely to visit Berea. The busiday attending the exposition. ness of Hanscom Bros, and Company Miss Hettle B. Brookshlre was comprises 14 stores and restaurants. over from her home in Lexington, Aside from Mr. Hanscom's business Tuesday, to attend the band concert. ho has found tlmo to establish a Mr. Albert Blcknell who has been Methodist church which now has over spending tho winter with his mother, 100 members and a largo mission in Mrs. Watts, left Tuesday, fcr Montana tho north part of Philadelphia. where ho will resume his former Mr. W. J. Frost of Oscelo, Neb., position in Yollowstone Park. Miss Edith Ellis who Is an assist- stopped over one, day last week to ant In tho work at Lincoln Insti- see his son, Ernest, who Is In school tute Is spending & few days In Be- here. "Mr. Frost was on his way home from Florida. rea with her mother. Richmond has a smallpox scare. FOR SALE: Three car loads of Tho Board of Health and City Counbuggies at Welch's. Exclusive agency cil havo taken ctcps to prevent tho for Ilougbvon, Banner, and Parry term began Wednesday i slsled by '.Mr. Ross Hlckerncl, soloist, spread of the disease. buggies. following tho Winter term I gavo au exceedingly creditable enter-- J noon, The Farm Special train will Mrs. Ernbcrg, who has been spendwithout Intermission. This omlssloit talnment In tho Col lego Chapel on at Borca, Ky., at 0:30 p. m. on ing a week visiting, "The World in of any spring vacation Is to provldo Tuesday nlcUt. Whllo the attendanco Mar. 29, 1912. Cincinnati," returned, Monday. for those studonts who wish to ac- is always gratifying the audlenco this Mrs. Harry Prathcr was visiting In Mr. Adon Ogg, a student and lead- complish tho greatest amount of stu- year broke all records. Lexington with friends last week. Tho program woo of a hlghor class er of tho band at Lincoln Memorial dy between Christmas tlmo and the In than heretofore attempted. Tho platTho many friends of Miss LUIlo University, Cumberland Gap, Tenn., beginning of tho public schools Mooro havo been delighted to havo Is spending a fow days at homo. Ho July, and others who wish to study form was beautifully banked with her spend a few days In Berca again. expects to return, Saturday, all they can before leaving for farm evergreens nnd tho players wero neatly attired In hand uniforms and Mr. John A. Wyatt was in town j Mr. Hardin Long returned last work. whlto ducks. Tho rendition was uniover Sunday with his family. week from tho Lincoln Institute, Mr. I. M. Tuller of Llttlo Rock, Miss Elizabeth Parsons and mother, where ho has been employed as tlmo Ark., who was a student of Berea formly good and tho audlenco apprewhen ciative. years ago of Willougbby, Ohio, are in Berea a keeper. 'Mr. Long entered the busi College thlrty-sl- x Ross Hlckcrnell showed his masness dopartmont of tho college. few day3 studying tho school. thero wero only 200 students, Is tery of tho cornet In tho "Carnival Mr. TulMrs. Hclss L. Davis of Livingston visiting in town this wcok. do Venlco," In triplo tongued imss-ag- o was tho guest of Mrs. P. Cornelius ler Is looking for a suitable location and long sustained trills, and In order thut he may movo and put ono day last week. boyB In school hero. On his Huckman demonstrated tho rich tones Judge Lewis of Hyden has been his two of tho now Tuba in well chosen spending several days with his fami- way home he will visit Virginia nnd selections, Florida. ly, who are hero for tho children's "Tho Haunted House" was novel In schooling. Keep your eyes open for tho sale Its descrlptlvo tono picture, tho that tho Baptist women aro to havo first attempt of this nature In Berea. Mr. Henry Muncy and wlfo returnApril Ctb. You will find fancy ar- Tho scenes were very realistic. Ladies' Collan, reg. price 10c, 5c ed last Thursday from Soymour, Ind., on whero the former lias been employed ticles and useful articles; good things Tho baritone, solo, "On tho Road Ladies' Collars, reg. price 25c, 10c as a brakcinan on tho B. and O. and to eat too, such as cakes, pics, butter, to Mandalay," by Thoa. Currey was home-mad- o candy, otc. Look for fur- tho only vocal number. S. W. railroad. Dutch Collars, reg. 25c sellers, 10c Mr. Chas. Tedford gave a pleasing your turkeys and ther notlco In next week's Citizen. WANTED: All Ribbon bows, reg. 10c sellers, 5c chickens at a food prlc. J. 8. Go It, James W. Carnahan formerly a violin solo, "Marltana." Our Band boys covered themselves Depot Street member of tho Berca Faculty nnd March 23 FOR RENT: 2 cottages on Park- later representative of Glnn and Co., with bouor In tho rendition of Balfo's "Grand selection of Bohemian girl" way and Chestnut Sts. New houses, has entered Into a firm of educationC rooms, ulco veranda, good water. al publishers, C23 South Wabash St., and the final number, tho "Burning the style of J. A. Lyons of Rorao," by Paul!. Rent 16.00 Chicago, Barn for THE RACKET STORE and S7.S0 cow and horse.Mrs. Laura and Co. undor Citizen wishes success The evening marks a higher step Tho respectively. for our College Band, to tho new venture. Jones, Berea, Ky. Mr. Tony Mr. Eugene "Thomson, who Is now employed by Tho Citizens Bank at Louisville, spent from Saturday until "Monday with his many friends In Berea. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Ii. Waldon tho Misses Grant and Maupln at their home for Sunday. Miss Margaret N. Wilson Is at 81- loam Springs, Anrk., nnd expecting la ter to go to tho Philippines. Sho is an appreciative reader of Tho Citizen. FOR SALE:l'uro Rhodo Island Red eggs for hntchlng 75 cents to 1.09 for 15 eggs. Orders taken now. Phono Mrs. I). S. Bodkins, No. 171-Wnl Incctoti or address It. R. 1, Paint Lick. Ky. Mrs. Campbell of Madlsonvllle, O., Is spending several days with her daughter, 'Mrs. Chas. Burdotto. Mr. D. N. Bailey of Nowton Falls, Ohio, visited Ills con, Dana, who Is In school here, Tuesday nnd Wednesday. Mr. Honior Campbell of Madison-vlllOhio, Is vlBltlng his sitter, Mrs. Chas. Burdctte, this wcok. Mrs. Howard E. Hudson visited "Tho World In Cincinnati," threo days Inst week. Mr. Jesse Rogeru of Frankfort Is visiting friends In Berea this week, 4, o, Riley wns by no means tho least Interesting number on his pro-gra- , I MILLINERY OPENING Mr. Illnghain Is also a musician, tho threo or four violin solos really measuring up to tho standard that wo nro now becoming accustomed to traveling advertising representative. In tho Chnpcl. Mrs. Blnghnm In her accompaniImmedlato remuneration liberal; thoso ments added appreciably to tho enwho beconio Interested havo opportunity of learning profltnblo busi- joyment of tho evening. n Tho public Is sorry that tho ness nnd being Identified permanis over, nnd already anticipates ently with high class, responsible, honest enterprise. No Investment with great plcasuro tho treats that required. When neces-nar- y nro In storo for next year. whatsoever to conio to New York expenses FOR SALE nddress paid. For full pnrtleulnrs, with reference. The 'Montrny Realty On Center Street a food lot knows Company, 200 Fifth Ave, New York. as the John Bales place. House ana barn on lot Good reason for elllng, COMING EVENT owe money. iD. N. Welch. Geo. W. Cnhle, tho distinguished ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Southern nuthor and lecturer, who to ho delighted Helen last fall Is Any ono having a claim or claims ulvo nn entertainment In tho College evening, April against the estato of S. E. Welch, de Wednesday Chnpel, ceased, Is hereby notified to proaontj 3rd. Mr. Cable gives readings from his tho same, properly verified, to JohsVB W. Welch, administrator, on or before April 2nd, 1913, or same will be barred. John W. Welch, Admr. Boa-no- ANNOUNCEMENT Wo aro authorized to announce tho candidacy of Mr. C. C. Wallaco of , Richmond, Ky., as a delegate tram this, tho 8th District, to tho National Republican Convention to be held In, Chicago, Juno 18th. Mr. Wallaco Is nn Attorney of o In Richmond and the present Chairman of tho Madison Co. Republican Committee. Ho has been prominent In Republican politics for a number of years, and his services nnd loyalty h&vo been such as not only to commend him to tho consideration of tho Republicans of Madison County, but to tho district at large. Mr. Wallaco, whllo appreciating the former services nnd tho greatness of Mr. Roosevelt, Is committed to the j renomlnatlon of IYcs. Taft, feeling prom-Inonc- DR. BEST, DENTIST Geo. W. Cable .S own books which aro as entertaining us the theatro itself. Tickets will bo on alo at tho Coop. Store for studonts, ami at tho two drug stores. Admission 23 cents. Students and children under of ngc, 15 cents. 15 years "married" Mr. nnd Mrs. I. L. McLaren. Spokune, Wash., Wednesday evening, Mar. 20th, Hubert H. Fellmy, Berca 'OS, and Annn Frances Hatfield, also a Berea student. Rev. Bryant C. Preston, pastor of tho Plymouth Congregational church, jcrfoniied tho ceremony In nn Impressive manner. Tho guests wero Rev. nnd 'Mrs. Presiton and daughter.Rev. nnd Mrs. E. A. Potter and daughter, formerly of Berea, and Mr. and Mrs Tbotbaker of tho Spokano Y. M. C. A. Mr. and Mrs. Fellmy leave, Saturday, for Novllle, Wash., whero Mr. Fellmy has fltcd on a homestead nnd built a house. Tho Methodist peoplo have planned a reception for them at tho church on their arrival, Saturday evening. They carry to their frontier homo tho congratulations and warm wishes of a largo clrclo of frlonds. 'that tho Taft Administration has j At the residence f been so great as to deserve not only tho endorsement of tho party, but .Another four years' loaso of life.- ANNOUNCEMENT nt BUGGIES A complete line of To the Democrats and Citizens t Madison County, Kentucky: I twlo'u; unounco my candidacy jfor tho offlco of Judge of tho Madi son auniy louri, ana i win appreciate and bo under many obligations to you for your support It nominated and elected, I pledge myself to tho enforcement of tho laws against all offenders allko; to show no partiality for or toward any one; to io everything I can for the advancesaeat 'of ' ar-rl- BANNER, PARRY and HOUGHTON BUGGIES now at Welch's. We tell you what they are and stand behind them. EVEK1N6 OF Tho bo FUN WELCH'S ng Tho-Sprl- Lyceum Commlttoo aro to congratulated on tho very admirable entertainments they havo provld-e- d for tho public during tho year, and tho last number last Saturday evening was a fitting climax. Mr. Bingham Is an cntlro entertainment trocp In himself, easily passing from tho light and frivolous and that which produces uproarious laughter to tho entertaining, to the serious nnd the instructive. During a good part of tho evening with tho audlenco was convulsed laughter, not always simply because Mr, Bingham had said something funny. Ho acted fun as well as spoko fun. Indeed "Undo Sidney," as Riley would say, or, In this particular-Instance- . Undo Ralph, Is '"1st tho funniest man," And tho reading good roads without favoring any particular section of the County; to treat everyeno having business In say office courteously and kindly; to welcomo you In the offlco at all times, and to see that the tax payers gnt full valuo for every coat of money oxpendod by the County. Hoping to havo a favorable consideration at your hands, I am yours very truly, Rlee. H. a cans Tomatoes and Corn, 25c cans Corn ....25c cans Peas . .25c cans Pic Peaches .. ..25c Heavy Syrup Table Peaches, 20c 2 cans Waldorf Corn ...25c 2 cans Waldorf Peas ...25c 15c Waldorf Tomatoes Navy Beans 5c per pound Choice Dried Peaches, 12c " 2 1 3 3 3 AT TATUM'S Delivers Any Time J or-rl- I INVITATION to uttend the first exhibition of 1912 spring fashions in rcady-tq-wegarments for men, women nnd children nt"e Quality Store." Our sprintr stock is complete and ready for inspection. You may not be ready to buy yet, but we want you to come and see the new styles we are showing in suits, hats, caps, neckwear and low shoes for men and boys, all kinds of ready made garments for ladies, consisting of wash-skirtdress-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. I lOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED ar SPECIAL SALE NECKWEAR s, s, Saturday, HA YE BEREA, S C& GO "W: Quality Store" TT KENTUCKY. M-r- cli jS, iji :. THE CITI.I-eyes, though It docs not seem to havo Injured Lincoln's cyca. But I do say that It Is woll for you that your education Is not obtained without some effort and somo sacrifice. Bcrea today stands very much whore twonty tho older Institutions stood or thirty years ago, when they turned out men like Taft, Hoosovclt, Hoot, and In fact all tho groat men ot the present day. Bcrea today knows nothing of tho luxurious Ufo and offers her students most ot tho advantages which any colicgo boo offered at Its best period. Thero Is no placo In tho country whero an earnest boy or girl, young man or young woman can obtain a better training of mind and character than at Bcrea, Boforo closing I wlBh to tell you a story which Is Instructive because It Is truo, to Illustrato what I consider tho most essential thing In education, 1 mean common, every day, strict honesty. Tho great evil of tho growth of luxury to which I havo referred lies mainly In forgetting that tho basis of character rests upon tho homely virtue. Wo know how apt wo aro In tho complications of business and of llfo to depart hero and thero from tho straight lino. Wo havo seen tills tendency In our politics, In business, and you know how equiv ocation nnd evasion havo crept in to oven our college athletics. And yet this common honesty Is tho basis of character nnd tho Christian lifo. Do you know thnt thero has nev er been a bank failure In China, that any man can walk Into any bank In China and borrow money on his un secured note? They know no such thing In China as defaults upon pro missory notes. Thero was a hotel proprietor In California who had a Chinese boy as Ho general servant of nil work. was a good sen am ana was pom 118.00 a month. Ho saved his money and after somo years told his em ployer that he would havo to return to China to marry a wlto whom bis mother had selected for him; that ho did not know whethor ho would re turn or not as ho hnd money enough to llvo on In China, but he had been offered an opportunity of going In to business In San Francisco with two Americans and they promised largo profits nnd In a few years ho could return to China and bo for that community a rich man that ho would not go until bo had taught an other Chlneso boy to do his work Just as woll as ho did It. Ho brought the other Chlneso man and left only when assured that his work was entirely satisfactory. Ho went to China, married, nnd returned" to enter business, was cheated out of his money and then as Is so com- l'aue Five. Mr. Housekeeper: Why not let the Telephone do some of the work at home and save your wife from fret and worry? Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? You How many unnecessary steps it saves the housewife con only be realized by those who have the Telephone handy and would not do without it. It ever ready for use when needed worst and docs not cost you anything for repairs or maintenance. Your neighbor's wife has the advantage of a Telephone, why not yours? is , buy the same goods at Engle's Store for less money Clothing, Sfioes, Dry Goods, Flour, Meal, Sugar, Coffee Always The Best BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED Things Worth Doing, Llua and A. It. Beard. Boy Immigrants, Noah Brooks. TIio StAto confcrcnco ot tho offi Llttlo Colonel Scries, Mrs. A. F. cers and lenders In tho Student Young In Ken- I Johnston. Men's Christian Association Joel, A Boy of Galileo, 'Mrs. A. F. tucky convenes nt Georgetown University, .March 30tb, closing tho night Johnston. of Everyday Life, F. K. Heroes of April 1st. 'Coo. Tho following men will go from Four American Patriots, A. H. Bur. Y. H. C. A. NOTES Cash and Small Profits Why Pay upon tho studont body has socmcd to More? bo not beneficial. When I was at Yale, about thirty years ago, tho old dormitories wero not unllko yours today. Wo had no Berea, Ky. steam boat or electric lights. Wo kept hammers In our rooms to break tho Ico In our pitchers In tho morning that wo might waith, and many ot us built our own fires In tho mornas delegates: Prof. K. C. Svn, ton. llerca ing. mont and ho replied: "Why, ho gave sunk in almost overy county, somo II. W, H. Davison, C. U. Roblnwn, money being, mado by a few fortu-nat- o Four American Naval Heroes, M. mo his word." Contrast this with tho building of 11. Llchtwardt, Win. J. Cromer, J. B. H. Heebc. tho Ohio Union at the Ohio Stato ones, much moro bolng lost by Faithful to bis word, faithful even J'onlx, Carlton Mutson, Jno, Kllburn, University, The Knrth In past Ages, 8. B. to death and beyond would tho low many unfortunate ones. In many loin tho center of tho C. 8. McCall, Glenn Porter, Frank rumpus was erected a magnificent calities the30 wells soon proved useest ot this despised race be. Floyd Hoffman, Claronco McCluro, Stories of Great Musicians, Scobcy xtructuro containing rooms for tho It will bo years, porhaps generations less, and plpo lines that wcro laid Hall, Asher Strong, lllatt, Arthur and Horno. trophies won In athletics, providing beforo we can say tho samo of our and great tanks that were constructUwlght Wlllutt and Clarence Miller. Explorers and founders ot America, amusements, such as billiard tables ed were torn up and removed. But civilization. Tho Aerial quartet will furnish tho Footo and Skinner. now It would seem that there Is to and bowling alluys, having beautiful But this you should remember: Rlrjby, Gordon Imrlo, music; l'rof. legends of tho Bed Children, M. reading rooms with all tho current bo a revival In tho oil business, a Bcrea offers you tho best In educaThos. Currcy, Walter Heckman. L. Pratt. luxuriously magazines, furnished tion, and you should mako the most great gusher being reported from ITof. Jas. Watt Ilnlno and l'rof. J. Tho Golden Fleeco, James Baldwin. throughout. of It, but tho basis of all education Wolfe County, near Campton, nnd a glvo addresses. W. Dlnsinoro will Tho Hero cf Eric, James Barnes. I do not know that I object to nil la character, and character rests up- good well near Williamsburg. tho other shakers aro l'rof. Golden Numbers, Wlggln and Smith this, but I do not consider It essenon honesty. Icuvrlck of Nashville and l'rof. NEWS OF THE WEEK I'osy Itlng. Wlggln and Sintth. Tho great need of our country totial. I do know that It is easy to Uutchlns of Oborlln. Lives and Stories worth Rcmcmbor-iliieasy Continued front firit page day Is men of strict simple honesty, sink down Into a luxurious Tho Y. M. C. A. Sunday evening, G. II. Kuptcr. whoso men whoso word Is sacred, leather chair and scnd rather moro was led by I'rco. Frost. Ho gavo an mor, whoso caso still hangs, sat closo Tho Story of the Rhlnegold, A'. A. time than otio may Intend in looking lives aro honest example of nn "Ideal 1'raycr Meet- Chapln. to him. Tho methods used by tho 'over tho magazines, and moro tlmo ing." Ho took up tho passage In tho Wisconsin Senator wcro outlined by Christie's old Organ, Mrs. Walton. (Pit bo spent In a brilliant room IN OUR OWN STATE gospel of John that refers to HearSenator Reed In a bitter arraignment Undo Sam's Secrets, O. P. AuRtln. (Continued ham first page) tho billiard tables or in bowling ing Fruit and, when ho had read It, in which he took occasion to say it Sandman Stories, W. J. Hopkins. than Is stilctiy necessary for recreatcveral Inaplrlng testimonies wcro and tho chief address at Louisville, the Senate failed to reach a verdict F. G. tion. How tho World Is Clothed, given. of guilty it would write over tho door Wednesday evonlng, tho 3rd. Carpenter. Tho great luxury which has crept Don't miss Lobcrt and Murrcl on BILL of the Senate, "Thoso who have tho FOB. SHEPHERD-KENYOMaster Skylark; a story of Shakes- into our colicgo Ufo has not led to "City Missions," next Sunday. Congressman Hen Johnson of the monoy can enter hero." peare's Time, John Bennett. conditions benoticta! cither to tho MAINE HEROES HONORED 4th district writes to tho Ellzabeth-tow- n Ixnesomcst Doll, A. E. Brown. scholarship or tho strengthening of Tho G7 bodies ot tho sailors taken News to tho effect that It and NOTES LIBRARY Stories from Lands of Sunshine, character In our students. tho peoplo of his district may save from tho wreck ot tho Molno, which Eleanor Illggs. Our ontlro national life has changthemselves tho trouble of petition- received its final interment In tho Boo People, M. W. Morley. The following aro sorao ot tho ed, but It Is your good fortuno that waters of the Gulf ot Mexico last ing him as to tho Shopherd-Kenyo- n now books now in tho lower Library: Sun's Babies, Edith Howo. Kosuch changes have not affected Bill, as ho is tor It, bolng n Jeffer- - week, arrived at Washington and wero Story of Aeneas, Michael Clarke, Oregon Trail, Frances Parkman. rea Injuriously. n sonlan Democrat and In favor of burled with naval and military honFamous Men of Modern Times, TERMloOMING It was not many years ago that stato rights. That Is good. Now wo ors at tho Arlington Cemetery, MonSPRING and I'oland. tho New York girl made tho famous would llko to know how Harvey day, tho I'rcsldont, both Houses of Lovo Songs of Childhood, Kugeno Tho Spring term opened yesterday. answer to tho foreign nobleman who Holm, our own Congressman, stands. Congress, war and naval heroes and Field. 'More students registered than ever had come to this country to exchange Will ho not also announce his posi- many foreign dignitaries witnessing Stories from Life, O. 8. Mardcn. stumon- with that race, when great disn title for an American fortuno. tion and save us the troublo of peti- the ceremonies. Tales ot Laughter, Wlggln and before, and tho number of now dents Is much greater than usual. A WOOL BILL Ho was complaining that thero wero appointment comes and tho heart tioning him? Smith. It is said at Washington that a GOOD WORK BY THE GOVERNOR no gentlemen In tho United States and breaks, was thrown into galloping Truo Bear Stories, Joaquin 'Miller. proprieGOOD HEALTH sho said, "What is a gentleman?" consumption. One day tho Governor McCreary has been very wool bill, not very different from Iletwccn tho Lines, Charles King. "Oh," he answered, "a man who has tor of tho hotel was sent for by his busy tho last ten days reviewing tho tho one which Pres. Taft vetoed, Mitchell, M. W. Morley. Llttlo This Is to bo Berca's record year him In a bare work of tho Legislature. Our predicbefore will be passed by Congress Hnrpcr's Indoor Hook of Hoys, J. In tho matter of good health. Noth- I no buft'itfss, does not have to do old servant and found anything, and goes about from place attic and very closo to tho end of tion Inst week that he would veto tho It adjourns. It Is claimed that Pres. II. Adams. ing worso than mumps comes to us. Tuberculin Test Bill, which was In Taft will sign the bill Inasmuch as ,to place as ho wishes." "Well," sho life. Threo Hundred Things a bright Lot us bo thankful. In lied "wc havo plenty of such John wished to ask a great favor. reality so drawn as to prevent tho It Is practically In line with the reGirl can do, L. K. Kelly. Tho t. In tho United States, but wo He said that ho had lost all ot his tuberculin test, came true, and by port of tho tariff commission. M. F. Japaneso NUGGETS FROM DIFFERENT MINES ,do urn call them gentlemen, wo call money and that his wife and mother this act ho has endeared himself to report goes on further to say that would starve unless tho hotel pro- the forces In tho 6tato that aro work tho House majority leader, Mr. UnderStory of King Arthur, Howard Pylo. It Is difficult to tell a deaf man a Tnls last month wo havo celebrat- prietor would keep tho other Chl- ing for tho general health. Another wood, favors tho abolishment ot Llttlo Cook Hook for a Llttlo Girl, secret. That, of course, neso boy and pay him tho $18.00 a bill that met "his disapproval was the tariff board. C. F. Uonton. A Ho never stops to put on Its hat ed no Mrtbdays of our two AmeriI Bill, tho Governor will not meet with the President's How tho World is Fed, 0. G. Carnever fools anybody can heroes, Washington' and Lincoln. month as long as ho did his work tho A hypoclto WnBY.iitlin will always retain his well. That as long as ho received his claiming that a man has a right to approval. penter. but hlittsolf. UlS.OO he would send ot mako a gift to any ono who does THE H1LLSVILLE OUTLAWS Norway, H. H. Boyesen, Boyhood la Wo hear of peoplo too poor to lit git Ion In history as a great and Tho Allen gang who shot up the Stephen ot Philadelphia, Jas. Otis. toko a good newspaior but who ever faithful character, but as it becomes 'it, or $12.00, overy month to John's him a service If he wishes to. As to his voto of tho bill which sought Court House In Hlllsvllle, Va., last American Hoys' Handy Hook, D. C. heard of ono too poor to smoke a kiumn that he had some of tho weak- wlfo In China. Tho hotel man said, "Why of course to prevent doublo taxation, that is, week, wiping out the entiro Court havo alnesses and aloofness which Heard. pl)0. 8. Hoys' Book of Inventions, H. tho rich class, I will keep him, why shouldn't I as tho taxation of bonds and savings oro still at large. The latest reports, If you foast with folly you must ways clu.rncterlzed bank accounts, held by citizens of however, aro to tho effect that ar, ho does not grow in tho affections long as ho is satisfactory?" Baker. sup with sorrow. Lln- John broke down and Bald this stato in othor states wo aro not rests may bo expected In a fow Then II. Scientific American Hoy, A. It takes more than nolso to win 'of the pturle Tho character of obdays. Bond. jcoln on tho other hand, as wo como that ho would havo to tell him that so sure. Of course thero is no a battle or a nomination. REFUSE DEMANDS each that Chlneso boy was a low, mean jection to such taxation If tho hold como isnt to know him better, touches Tnklng things as they ' nf nn mnm nnil mnrn rlnselv nnil nn character, an outcast that ho Tho representatives of fifty railhad Ings aro not taxed In tho stato whero any harder than parting with them so they aro located.. roads refused tho demands ot tho tlmo goes on his greatness ot heart, done such things that ho was ty theyjjo. On tho wholo. tho work of tho locomotive engineers for a 19 per cent vishis simplicity and grandcui ot char- despised by all Chlneso that no one Tito Citizen Is a strong weekly on their yearly wages at New itor. You ought to Invito it in and acter will glvo him his rightful placo would glvo him work, that ho could Legislature was good nnd the Gover increasoMonday, giving as their rea-bo- n in history," as tho greatest and most not obtain employment in China nor now makos It bettor by tho slight York, what it has to say. hear that they aro simply unablo to nor In San (Francisco among tho Ch- culling which ho has dono. Now if, Who would blamo sonib audiences beloved ot Americans. wo bear tho Increased expense. Tho ofLincoln was a poor Kentucky boy inesethat when John had gotten him as susgestcd in many Quarters, being rcstloss. Any child will for as tr.ost ot you are. As Pres. frrost this placo ho had promised to send might havo a special session of tho ficers of tho engineers havo so far kick If you try to fill him with next move. down the throat of a "spy" and I walked over to chapel this J12.00 a month homo to John's wlfo Loglslaturo to tako up tho revision not mado known their chlclrn ileitroy (lie vrutmi DR. WILEY'S NEW POSITION placo. of our tax system and fulfill tho platmorning wo stopped at tho Library as long as ho retained tho A ami t4vei I he chlcVa tiff Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, who has Just Was ho a friend of John's? No. form pledges In tho ono or two partito look at that touching picture ot low ilropt In tho ilrinhlag water LUXURY AND HONESTY culars whero the Legislature weaken- resigned his position as chief chemnot speak to him, tho boy Lincoln studying by tho light John would Continued from iage one CURES and to direct his work. Did ho know ed, tho Democratic party in Ken ist of tho Department of Agriculture, PREVENTS GAPES times. Tho over emphasis upon mate- of tho wood flro. tucky would havo much to Its cre- becomes a contributing editor to Good How much ot tho tenderness and John's wife? No, It would bo an has lain at tho root whits diarrhoea, roup, cholera rial g Magazlno. Dr. Wlloy dit for years to como. by such a characto bo known and nthar chick dUeatct of much of tho evil In our nation. wisdom of Lincoln was duo to his Is already a noted writer on food and POSSIBLE OIL BOOM It ha3 been tho basis ot corruption early struggles how much ot his ter. g llotllo of One A fow years ago all Eastora Ken- health topics, and Good "Then." said tho hotel man, "if In our political life; It has caused ileen lenrntner vena riun trt thn fllffl has executed a great coup In man, an out tucky passed thru tho excitement of degraded tho sharp division and conflict be- cultles which had to bo overcomo In 'ho Is such a beta securing Dr. Wiley. getting his education, wo can never , cast, and does not know and Is not an oil boom, numerous wells tween labor and capital. 11! Gallons of Medicine. Mokes your wlfo, what assurance known by Whilo tho Increuso of luxury In tho know. Kvery poultrr rler thmiM kevp a bottlo of I do not go so far as to say that It havo you that after you aro dead ho thlt medicine on hand, Wrlti I ir frco aampla older Institutions has been but natof and Itooklet on "L)luuri ot I'owU." AilJreM, ural and a part ot tho universal trend would bo better for you to havo to will contlnuo to sond BOURBON nlUEDT COUPW, leilagton, If. of events, to many ot us Interested do your studying by flro light. Quito his wages to your wlfo?" Sold by PETTUS & PARKS, Btrei, Ky. In educational matters, tho effect tho contrary. It would bo bad for tho John's eyes opened in astonish- A COMPLETE LINE HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES Phone 60 R. J. ENGLE. Hcr-rlcl- c. g. otr N Ha-ure- ! 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Chester Parks The Feed and PHONE 64. CALL AND INVESTIGATE U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. Paje Sir. " THE CITIZEN. Brest lump of spermaceti. It will keep us supplied with candles all through tho winter. I can't Imagine why they didn't uso It themselves, except on tho theory that tho longer thoy lived hero, tho morn they grew llko beasts; tho moro content with tho beast's habit of life, nnd the more Inert about taking tho trouble to provide themselves with such of tho comforts and purpose." "No," ;iho said: "ho'd hardly have decencies of llfo n they might have had tloe for that. There weren't had. So you see, wo may find nmong many wore pages to wrlto In tho Jour- tho things they had no uso for tho very ones thnt will help us most" nal when ho made that entry." Tho cutting In tho tco did not go Sbo fell then Into a lltio abstracted silence, which tho man did not know very far back In the Assure, and they how to break. Hut presontly sho roused were soon nt tho end of It, and withherself and camo fully back to tho pres- out having mado any new discovery of Importance, cither. Tlioro was a ent, back to him, articles of various "Did you succeed In accounting for llttlo of cast-of- f thu thing you nskea mo about last sorts, chiefly clothing which future night, the mark on tho map tight hero privations might mako useful to them, of where they bulU tho hut afterward?" Thoro was n great frozen lumpthoy "I didn't find anything about It In brownish green vegetation, which the Journal, but this morning, beforo afterward Identified as the edible breakfast, when I went outsldo tho scurvy grass to which Captain Fieldhut, one glanco at the fact of the cliff ing had referred In his Journal, That was all, or they thought It was, accounted for It fully. Tho cliff Is to resplit right here, from top to bottom, but Just as they were about Cayley by a doep, narrow fissure Tho fissure trace their steps to tho hut, Is full of Ice, which I suppose hasn't happened to glance up. The roof of very much higher melted for a thousand years. No sum- the cave was not than It had to be to permit him lo mer that they tould havo In a high something under sov-e- n llko this would ever melt It, cer- stand erect In It, feet; but hern nt tho further end tainly." n circular, rhlmnoy-llkTho girl laughed nnd rose from her of It he saw hole, about two feet In diameter, leadplace at tho rude table. through the solid "Woll," she asked, "arc you ready ing straight upwnrd Ice In tho fissure. for my discovery now?" Sho took down his pocket electric CHAPTER XVI. bull's-eyfrom the shelf behind her, htm nnd, on tipheld out n hand to Footprints. toe, led hlra, with a burlcsquo exagNature had nothing to do with the geration of mystery, out Into the store- formation of It, so much was clear In enough. room. As completely mystified It had been cut out by hand, reality as she playfully pretended to and evidently with Infinite labor. want him to bo, Cayley followed. over It did Flashing his bull's-eySho went straight across tho storenot enable him to see tho end of It, room to tho rear wall of tho hut, tho but It did reveal a series of notches wall that backed squarely Bgalnst the running straight up tho two opposite sheer surface of tho cliff, flashed on surfaces. The only purpose they could for a second, apparently serve would be to make possible tho tho bull's-eyto make suro that she had chosen the ascent of the chimney. right point In tho wall, then, letting Jeanne followed his gate, und then go his hand, sho stooped and picked the two looked at each other, comwhich lay at pletely puzzled, up a stick of her feet. With this sho struck pretty "Some one must have made It," sho hard upon tho planking. The sound said: "and It must have been frightwhich the blow gave forth was as fully hard to make a tunnel right up hollow as a drum. through the Ice like that Hut what Cayley started. "A cave!" ho ex- In tho world can they have made It "A cave here! Oh, I see. for?" claimed. It's a cold cellar they made by cutting "I've no Idea," ho confessed, "but It a hole In the Ice that filled the fissure. goes somewhere, and I mean to And suppose they boarded put where." And why do you It up?" "Don't follow It loo far," she cauTho girl laughed delightedly. Evi- tioned. "It would only need ono foot dently she had not, as yet, developed '!p off ono of those Icy notches to Sho b..-- ., ' tho whole of her discovery. d: i dreadfully ugly fall. flashed on tho tight again. "Ono cou.u..'t fall far down a tube "Look!" sho commanded. of that diameter, unless he had In tbo center of a Uttlo circlo of lost his nerve, for there's albull's-eynow Illum- ways a chance to catch one's self. And wall which the inated Cayley saw the barrel of a you'ru to remember that I'm used to rusty hinge. falling. No, I'll be as sf.fe up there as "You see," sho went on, "It's a door, I would on a turnpike Yes, really." and they only nailed It up the other With that nnd a nod of reassurance, day. There's a somewhere he scrambled up Into the mouth of tho hero that's quite bright. I caught the long chimney. Ho had taken his glint of It while I was rummaging be- bull's-eywith him, so the girl was foro broakfast, and that was what left In the dark. She dropped down made mo look." on the heup of bear skins to wait for Cayley darted back into the living him. room, returning almost Instantly with Sho had no means of measuring tho pick. the broken-handletime, and It Bceined a perfectly InIn less than a minute, with a pro- terminable whllo beforo she heard testing squawk, the rude door swung Cayley returning down the Ice chimopen, and they saw beforo them Just ney. Had she known how long It realwhat Cayley had predicted, A rather ly was, sho would hnve been Justified high, but narrow cavity, the sides of In feeling seriously worried about film, which wcro tho naked rock of ihe but not knowing, she attributed the cliff, but tho floor and celling solid seeming duration of his delay lo the Ice. tedium of sitting In the dark, with Despite tho fact that the girls ex- nothing to do. F.ven at that, sho was citement over the discovery of the conscious of a feellug of relief when cavo had, for a moment, carried Cay- sho heard him call out to her onco albeit somewhat ley along with It, ho was not greatly more, cheerfully, surprised, 'and not at all cast down hollowly, from the chimney's mouth: "Jeanne, where aro you?" when, at the end of flvo minutes of "Here, Just whero you left me." hasty exploration. It was mado evi"Here! All thu while! You must dent to thorn that the ample supply of stores which they sought was not to bo half frozen, l'vo been gono the better part of an hour." bo found here. "I didn't know how long It was, and Jeanne herself woutd not, perhaps, havo entertained so high a hope had I kept thinking you'd be back any . . Hut where In tho sho learned of tho reference to tho minute. other cavo which Cayley found In the world havo you been?" Uy tho time she asked that question Journal before she herself had chanced upon tho mouth of this one. As It they had groped their way back Into was, his theory that the stores were the storeroom and thenco Into tho livto be found In a cave vaguely situated ing room cf tho hut, and by now sho along tho glacier, mado little Impres- was looking at him In the full light of sion upon her, she was so suro that day. Ho dropped down, with a rather exthey had been right here, undor their plosive sigh, upon ono of tho bunks, hands. When their Investigation mado It and poked tentatively at his thighs clear that whether he was right or and shoulders as If thoy wcro numb not, certainly sbo waB wrong, sho was with fatigue. "I think by a reasonable estimate," Cayley was bitterly disappointed. awaro of that, even as they stood ho said, "that chimney Is flvo miles gohere, sldo by sldo, with no light to see high. I kept going and going and face by. Sho said nothing, or ing, till I began to bolleve that thero her very little, but ho knew, nevertheless, wasn't any end to It; or that, by some down a that for Just this moment all tho life magic or other, I slipped one. Hut up and courago had gono out of her; yard as often as I went I'll last; knew that tho slight figuru thero, so I did get to tho end atguesses nnd to as close besldo him, wns drooping, trem- glvo you a thousand what 1 found there." bling a little. "Tho observatory," sho hazarded. Ho laid a steady hnnd upon her shoulder. Almost Instantly, under his "Oh! hut not roally? I did not mean touch, sho turned to him, caught with that for an honest guess at all. It was Into my both hnnds at tho unbottonod edgos of Just tho llrst thing that camo pull tho Hut how could thoy rough woolen Jacket ho wore, and, head, tho pilot house of tho Phoenix up through sobbing a llttlo now and then, but Icq?" In sllonfco. simply clung to him. that llttlo holo In tho "Well, to tell tho truth. I don't beHo did not offer, with his arms, to with draw her any closer, to turn what was lieve they did." ho answered "It's a mere Instinctive appeal to tho protec- mocking seriousness. pleceB, moro likeand then tion of his stroucth nnd courogo, Into ly that they took It to up at tho an embrace. Ho kept n band on each rigged a boom and tackle up outside. and. hauled It of her shoulders, more uy way 01 support than anything else, and waited Hut when they got It up thero thoy put It together again right across tho a moment beforo he spoke. "After all," ho said at last, "what ilsBure, and then tunnelled down, or we've got hero Is Just so much clear up, tho wholo depth of the cllfr. It It, gain, aud It will bo Immensely valu-abl- must have taken them weeks to do Inus, though It Isn't what wo ex- and when It was done they had an to pected. Tho fact that it Is their super- side connection between It and tho fluity, tho things thoy hadn't uny par- hut so that they were qulto IndepenIt ticular or Immodlato use for, doeHU't dent of tho weather. And makemust obmako what wo'vo found hero uny tho havo boon u great placo to lets vnluablo to us. That pllo of beer servations from." "Havo been!" she echoed question-Ingly- . skins there will supply what Is, at this "Isn't It now?" iiioiiiont, the most vital of our wants. "No, becauso It's all snowed and That big Back uppears to contain leathern; und those walrus tusks will fnweu In. It's burled. 1 don't know wrvo any nuiuhor of purposes forks how many feet deop by this time, and Hut spoons for ouo thing. As to that dark, of course, as a pocket them to hustle everything out of sight." "Wheronbo'it on tbo cliff Is the observatory, Philip?" "I wns voudcrlng about Hint- - I've llown across the cliff n number of Umos, but havo novor seen anything of It. Ho mAy havo wrecked It, taken It down and used It for sonio other o o a fire-woocom-pletele nail-heae . o cliff-heao March 28, 1912. j 55 IB COPTCICMT I0IO OY TNC OLICteS CO V f- . So Hs Set Off Alone. everything Inside Is qulto undlsturbod. I doubt If a slnglo member of the Walrus' crow ever saw It, or oven suspected that such a placo existed." Ho unbuttoned his Jacket and took from an Inner pocket a scrap of paper "Helng a methodical person." ho exIt's plained, "1 mado an Inventory. rcnlly qulto n respectable list." Sho seated herself besldo him on the bunk as If to road the paper. "I Imagine you will need an Interpreter," he said, "l'vo half forgotten what these tracks mean myself. My hands wero so stiff with tho cold it wasn't very easy to write. Hut that And then first word Is telescope. Instruthere aro tho meteorological ments, barometers, thermometers, nnd so on, and tho Phoenix's compass, sextant and chronometer, a microscope, a paraftlno oven and a big chunk of can parnfflne, on oil lamp, a about half full of oil, and a small stove. There was n providential treasure for mo In the form of n razor, which they used. I suppose, for cutting microscopic sections with. I'm glad they hadn't a inlcrotono to do It prop- It was. waiting, I suppose, to lend tome tort of an air of festivity to their next Christmas." Tho girl roso from her seat besldo him and going over to tho window, gazing up tho stood for a while 3S 4-- 5 lllllllllllll ""111 , Simply Clung to Him. SYNOPSIS. Philip Cayley. Accused of a crime of which he I not guilty, resigns from the armv In disgrace ami his affection for Ills friend. Lieut, Perry Hunter, turns to hatred. Cayley seeks solitude, where he perfects a flying machine. While soaring over the Arctic regions, he picks up a curiously shaped stick lie had seen In the assassin's hnnd. Mounting again, he discovers a yacht anchored In the bay. near the ttteamer. he meets a Kir on an Ice llo He learns that the Klrl's name Is Jevine Fielding and that the yacht has come north to seek signs of tier father. Captain Fielding, an arctic explorer, A party from the yacht Is mailing renrch ashore. After Cayley departs Jeanne Hods that ho had dropped a ously-shaped ktlck. Captain Planck and the surviving crew of his wrecked whaler n are In hiding on the coast. A giant named Hoscoe. had murdered Field Ing and his two companions, after the explorer had revealed the location of an enormous ledge of pure gold, Hoscoe then took command of the party. It develops that the ruffian had committed the murder witnessed by Cayley. Tloscoe plant In capture the yacht and escape with a lilg load of gold. Jeanne tells Fanshaw, owner of the yacht, about the visit of the n and shows him tho stick left by Cayley. Fanshaw declares that It Is an Kskimo throwtng-stlck- , used to shoot darts. Tom Fanshaw returns from the searching party with a sprained ankle. Perry Hunter Is found murdered and accused of Cvev ishim Innocent. theA crime hut Jeanne believes relief party goes to find the Bearchcrs. Tom professes his love for Jeanne. She rows ashore and enters an abandoned hut, and there finds ner father's diary, which discloses the ex plorcra suspicion of Hoscoe. The ruffian returns to th hut and sees Jeanne. He Is Intent on murder, when the skyman swoops down and the ruffian Jeanne gives Cayley her father's diary to read. The yacht disappears and Itos. coe's plans to capture It are revealed. Jeanne's only hope Is In Cayley, The seriousness of their situation becomes ap- riarent to aJeanne and the sky. man. polar bear. Next he finds a clue to the hldlnj place of the stores. I curiruf-IlaHky-mn- happened boforo wo unloaded her of her stores, our plight would have been utterly" desperate. Of stores In tho ordinarily accepted sense, she had DUt a scanty supply, and those of a miserably Inferior description: but she contained half a cargo of wbalo oil In barrels, which now that they are landed will settlo tho problem of fuel for us as long as the last survivor nf our company can hopo to remain alive. And fuel Is, after all, the only necessity which this land Itself does not supply us with. Of course we shall havo to forego tho delights of bear steak when our ammunition gives out, but walruses wo can kill with harpoons. And with these and scurvy-graswhich wo gathor In tho valley every summer, thero Is no danger of actual starvation. "Wo hoisted tho barrels of blubber out of tho whaler's hold with a hand tackle, sledged them ashoro along tho floo and thu crown of the glacier to Moseley's cave, which seemed to bo tho most convenient place to store them temporarily." Cayley laid down the book and turned to the girl. "That's the place, I'm perfectly sure," he said. "It evidently faces the glacier, but It must be very near the beach, for they wouldn't have hauled thoso barrels any further than erly." 'You didn't find a comb for mo, did "Hecausc, unless you?" sho asked. you did, or until you do. you won't be allowed to uso tho razor." I siinnoso I could mako you one. or n sort of ono. It would be genulno Ivory, anyway." He had come, apparently, to tho end of the list. Wi'tir sho said. "I supposo wo might And something to do with al most any ono of thoso things; sonio nf them will bo useful, certainly. And It's pleasant somehow, to think of our llttlo pilot houso. all snowed in. up , and of our Inthero on tho side passago leading up to It." "That's qulto true." ho said. "I sup-nnu it's nil rnmnntlc nonsense, nut u does glvo one n certain feeling of . . . Howover," ho went on, "wo'ro not reduced as yet to any thing as Intangible as that as a suo- Ject for giving thnnks. You haven't seen tho wholo of my list yet, 1 re saved tho best till tho last." Ho turned tho papor over In his imnd as ho snoko. She did not attempt to read what ho hud written, but sat thero besldo him. hor hands clasped upon tno nbout ono kneo, her nntml font which was noised across tho other, and waited ratbor tensely for him to tell hor. "It'H not so very much, but It will mean an Immense lot to us. What rtf.nnln dl of in tho arctic Is not so often disease or. accident, or even, directly, cold or starvation, Thoy dlo moro often of disgust nnd weariness and exhaustion. Your father know that, and ho sot apart from his general stores somo luxuries nnd delicacies, or things that would seem lo bo such to men In their nllcht. to be used against emergency. I'm suro that's why ho took them up thero ami mu them away. Part of thorn aro left I wish ho could have known to whom they wero going to bo of uso. Thero's a llttlo cask with brandy In It. n pot nearly full of beef extract, a Jar of dried eggs, threo tins of conbox of densed milk, n big Albert biscuit" His volco broko off thero sharply, but without tho downwnrd Infloctlon she would hnvo expected had ho rcachod tho end. So sho looked quickly antl curiously up Into his faro. As quickly, her cyos sought tho bit of paper which still lay open In his hand. "You didn't finish," sho said "Thero was something olso." "I thought too late. Oh! It's nnth-luhut It caught me rather, and I thought 1 would spare you tho twinge thnt finding It hnd given me. I might better havo read It right out It wau a big plum pudding, In a tin, you know Cross Sc. Hlackwell's. Hut thero cliff-head- CHAPTER XV. ntlnued. necessary." "Is that all ho says about It? ' It's all he says directly, but thero's a reference Just a little further along which made me all the Burcr I was right. . . . Let's see." Ho opened the book again and ran c)s "Why. I found an uumlstakrtble reference to It, and though the exact location wasn't given. It una plain that throe or four hours' exploring by daylight would enable us to find It Hut even If 1 hadn't minded leaving you nsleep here, unprotected. In the hut, I doubt very much If I could have found It at night. Hut what's tho mystery you were about to reveal to me?" "No," sho said: "tell me mora about your discovery first. What wag tho rcferenco In the Journal?" He toso and took down from tho shelf tho big leather-bounvolumo which was proving Itself, with every hour, their greatest treasure. "It's over here, toward tho end," ho said, "In that last winter when tho Walrus came oh, hero we nre." Ho seated himself on tho bunk, e her, and began to read, "March 10th. Wo have Just spent nn arduous and fearful week upon the task of unloading k of tho whaler. The weather has been sevcro bltlorly cold degreed Fahrenheit being the mildest) and of a galo blowing most of tho time. Tim men arc Inclined to bo rebellious over my driving them out to work In such weather, but I dared not wait for It to moderate. "When the Ice opens round tho whaler, who will go down llko a plummet; and it that event should have (10 three-quarte- rs his cyo down. tho page. "' A hundredweight or so of spermaceti and two barrels of sperm oil wo took directly to the hut' here, this Is what I was looking for. "'The knowledge wo get by experience often comes too lato to bo of any great servtco to us. I made some mistakes In stripping tho Phoenix, which I should not repeat now. For Instance, carrying her pilot house, with InQnlto labor, up to tho for an observatory. It Is Impracticable for this purpose. I doubt If I havo visited It thrco times " slnco Mr. Mo3oIey's death "He was tho astronomer and botanist of father's expedition," said the girl. Cayley read on: "'Hut now that I havo learned my lesson, I havo but little to apply the knowledgo to. The Walrus Is, I bolleve, tho most utterly wretched hulk that ever sailed tho detestably dirty and boas literally rotting to pieces. Wo shall, however, get enough planks and timbers out of her to build a shed or two near the hut, for tho moro convenient storage of our supplies. " Again ho clost'd tho book. "That's what I was looking for," he said. "You see they brought that stuff down from mo cave to thoso sheds; feo tho cuvo would bo almost Inevitably tho flrbt hiding place they would think cf when the sight of the Aurora drove cliff-head ihor-oughl- y boa chit was Just nbout tho same tlmo In tho afternoon that It had beun yesterto tlnd day when ho sot out, her, and had cotno Aytng down out of tho sky to drive away tho sudden nameless terror which had beset her. That thought led him, now to vtaun-llz- e somo sticks of wood, rather too large to carry, which had been lying on the beach near whero ho had found her. Thinking that It would bo n good tlmo to get them and drag them In, ho got n harpoon line, nnd It was thu girl's question what ho mount to do with the rope, which caused him to lull her what part of the beach hi Intended to visit. Ho asked hor then If Bhe cared to como with him, but after a moment's hesitation, sho declined. "It will bo high tlmo for supper before you can get back," she said, "and I'd hotter stay here und get It ready, that Is, unless I can help you." So ho set off nlono. For nwhlln tho occupation of sotting their disordered living room to rights and getting thu supper started wero sufficient lo take tho wholo of tho girl's nttentlon. Hut later, when It was a question merely of waiting for tho pot to boll, and of not watching It so that It would boll sooner, sho moved roillessly lo tho door and fctootl there, beforo tho hut, gazing down the beach In tho direction Cayley hnd takon. Ho wns already out of sight around tho headland. Sho wished she had gone with Philip, nnd she gazed with straining eyes toward tho narrow bit of slanting beach around the baso of tho headland which wns tho placo where tut must appear. Ho was not to bo expected yet, not for a long tlmo. probably, for his progress, dragging thoso great sticks ho had sot out to bring home, must bo alow. And then, even as sho looked, sho saw him, not moving slowly with his burden, but running running at his topmost speed, llko a man In fear of somothlng. Instinctively sho moved forward to meet him, nnd this move of hers him to sen hor. Ho slackened his pneo Instantly, nnd waved her hack toward tho hut. Sho obeyed that iniperntlvo gesture of his, without but still remained In tho doorway, watching him as ho rapidly drew nearer. When ho had got near enough so good-size- more or less, what sho saw there, sbu again moved forward to meet him, and this tlmo ho did not wnvo her back. When ho camo within nnn's reach of her, ho caught her nnd hold her tight In his two hands. "What Is It, Philip?" sho asked, searching tho depth of his eyes nnd trying to plumb tho horror rho saw In them. "What happened out thero?" Hut I saw "Nothing happened. something thero that mado mo anxious for your safuty. . . . It's all right now you're safe. Nothing has happened here, tins thore, whllo hnvo been gono?" "Nothing. What could havo hapIt can't bo anything pened. Philip?. that you'ro afraid to tell me," sho went on, for ho had not answered her. "Thero can't bo nnythlng you'd bo afraid to tell tno now not nftor 1 Hint sho could seo his faco nnd read, and "Ob, no; It's not so had as that, but saw that I had been .rong to loavo you. even for that llttlo while. Van sou tho sight of tho' p.'acu brousiu hack to my mind Vhat jou had told mo yostordny of tho terror you had felt there, aud of tho thing that you saw In tho twilight. And so I lookud ITO 1113 CONTINUED.) I -- March 28, 1912. fl THE CITIZEN. SCRAPING BARK FROM In Cuto of Page Seven. HORIICIMI TREES DD fTXI TPTIfi nl fV rHEAM MflsT Ordinary Healthy Treo Treatment Is Advocated by Pennsylvania Zoologist. An DIFFICULT PROBLEM TO SOLVE :hlcf Necessity in Improvlno; Dniry Conditions Its to Glvo Producer Plzht Knowlcdojo for Hnndllnst Product Factor of Importrincc Is tlio Sanitary Condition of the Herd. BE RE A Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YUUINU rfcUrL.E. OF INSECT ENEMIES OF TOBACCO Damage Done by Petti Growing Larger Each Year Throughout the Country Easy to Control, Then enter tho nr.HnriL. Tho. A. Cdwardi. Superintendent. Here you will be placed with others like yoursolf, under a special teacher, and make You will master Arithmetic and the common most rapid progroES. branches nnd be ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, farm Tlio United Stntcs produces approxOno year In tho Founand household management, and free imately 1,000.000,000 poinds of tobacco dation School costH less than $90 and Is worth $1,000. very year, hut tlio farmers who grow this enormous crop pay men year a Aro you aiming to bo n teacher? Then Join tho Isito dividend to Insect posts. Tim normal SCHOOL. John Wirt Dlnsmorc. Dean. Hero lou will be so nunrticr of serious tobacco pests Is not ndvlsnble to scrape, gently, If at all. trained that you will fear no examination, and you will ho taught how to large, and tuost of tbem are subject On nn old tree, ono cannot npply teach. The demand for Berea trained teachers far exceeds tho supply. enough pressure with a Are you Interested In earning money? hoe or bark scraper to do any Injury, nnd this will remove many Insect THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Home Science. pests, such ns coddling moth, woolly Mountain Agriculture. Nursing. nnhls end certain hibernating crea Woodwork and Carpentry. -.J.-t- . bc Business Course, fctc. tures, and cxpoue scale Insects nnd Printing and other pests to tho action of the vrcath Hero you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy uouig cr, nnd of tho Insecticides to bo ap things In a superior manner. Leaf Injured by Leaf Miner. Great Scott's Champion, Premier Jersey Cow of tho World. plied before the leaves appear. Are you desiring tho next best thing to a College Course? Then tao to eairy methods of control. Yet, rethe cown or whether It Is best to wait two years or three years In the (Dy W. if. KELt.KY, New York.) gardless of thcto facts, the damage to SPRAYER FOR SMALL TREES Two GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E, Matheny, Dean. In tho Droductlon of cream that will i until It Is cooled and again brought tobacco by Insects Is growing heavier jiect the demands of a fancy city to the right temperature beforo being or thrre ycari m mlch practCal studies as will fit you for an I'hysl- year by year. True, not all of this On the majority of farms LM. May Da Wheeled Along trade the care of tho milk nnd the ...t iifP You aeloet vour gtudles from such ns these: Ions Is preventable, but a. large ntnount Apparatus sanitary methods of handling tho where fancy cream Is produced, con- ooBJ.tho BConco of health; Civics the science of government; Grammar Row of Plnnta With Delivery may bo avoided by proper moth Ib of loss brought Kthlcs the science of right cows aro the most exacting phases of sldcrablo of the supply Pipe on Either Side. thc aft of corrcct Bpcccn an,i ndn of sowing the seeds, cultivation, Many people, when han- from other farmers and for that roa- and wrong. History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence; business. rotation nnd vnrloua other Indirect as Tho spraying apparatus shown In dling milk, forget that they arc deal son It Is best to have tho separating ij0tany necessary for the doctor nnd Interestfng to every lady; Physics wcfl as direct remedies which affect tho Illustration may luiimiub " """" the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc. bo wheeled ing with a food product. If filth Is al- aoav ai mice, the Insects thcutnolves. along n row of plants or small troes lowed to get Into tho milk nt any uniform qua y o. cream. o CocEe7 g,art , ,ne Do w&h to The tobacco Ienf Miner Is on In- ns desired. Tho top of tho tank Is point of production, no amount of care BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis Ei Matheny. sect which Is ronsldorcd ensy to con- adapted to serve as a platform. Tho afterward can make nnfrnds for this Science .nd wale" Dean. Ilest training.. n Mathematics Tlio Injury made by this Insect trol. difficulty. and Men's Dormitory, and a largo bodyAcademy has Its own by large Irregular Is manifested The chief necessity In Improving biS I of students of high character and ability, able Instructors, and use of Colblotches appearing on the leaves. dairy conditions Is to give tho pro- the Pcnm These are nt first whitish, but later ducer such knowledge of tho right week. Leave the cans open so thf.t lege Library and apparatus. become very dry and parchment-llkc- . methods of handllns and caring for tho air and sun can do their- work leaves Injured In this way nre unfit necessity killing bacterliv germs. The whole re- Berea College the milk thnt ho will see tho for wrapper purposes, ns they tear iiinini-- l fllminllnnao frrtTTl thn for such methods nnd know how to very oAMlly. The College Itielf stnnds apart from all the other schools under Its manage his work to accomplish tho time tho cows aro milked until the rna nnin th tnhto fnr tlio niremiint and has lone maintained the highest standards known In the Sout h. There are two genoratlono of the desired results. To conform to the Carnegie standards we have diminished our former I,oaf Minor each year, the winter beIn selecting cows for producing consumer concentrate Sprayer. ing pascd In the ndult stage, tlio sudden changes In tho line of qulrcmcnts! acquired and elective studies with opportunity to cream It Is to ci'r best Interest to sei Latest t adults biding away In trash found delivery pipe has a pair of downward lect nnlmnls from breeds that havo !. ir. nnrHeninr llnpg. practice. collece library In Kentucky. Laboratories Courses leading to tho degrees of A. IJ.. II. tho rnw'i Bvstem to such nn coulnped for student ubnnt the tobacco barns. ly projecting arms, each of which Is an ln,herltfld tendency to produco a ,pr.-.nPToo borso or bull ecms to be the provided with four nozzles. Tho de largo amount of butter fat at the low- - orintit ns Ifi ulve the milk n bad odor I S.. D. I... and B. Ped. original food plant of this Innect. heneo livery pipe may bo swung to either est cost and for thnt reason Jerseya j Never feed turnips, cabbage or vege- MUSIC (Singing Free). Ileed Organ, Voice Culture, llano, llioory, ! nil weeds of this typo should be kept stdo of tho tank. and Guernseys tind nt Uio head of tables becaiiEc there Is nlways dan- Band, may bo taken for special fees in connection with work in any of the out of the tobacco. tho list ns economic cream producers. I ger of ruining the quality or the pro- - above schools. When Frequent cultivation of the Tho factor of Importance Is tho sna ductlon. Hoots aro excellent. stirring the soil up quite cIobo JAPANESE PLUM VERY HARDY ltary conditions surrounding tho herd. feeding ensilage, plan to feed it after Questions To produco clean, wholesome cream mlllrlnir sn flint thn nrtnr will not of aumaivu Will Grow on Almost Any Soil and Do wo must have elenn stables, clean fer! thn rream bm. Friend of Work na Students. uerea uouege, wiin lis lees, dui It requires certain Institution. Everv dalrv room or cream skim- - Ue.hools. Is not a money-makinNot Need Particular Coddling yards, clean nnd wholesome feeds and mine room nlmiild have cood drains, it ememlR mnnv thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its stu- Come On Early. clean attendants. cows must bo kept comfort-nbl- e cement floors and walls that aro tight. dcntB. giving highest advantages at lowest cost, anu arranging ior siuuuma Tho at nil times. This requires n The floor should have enough slope to 0 earn and savo in every way. Hums of the Japanese variety aro popular with most growers, purtlcu warm stable with plenty of light and carry off the wnter to tho drains. oun school IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect larly in the essL because they aro sunshine. Puro air Is fully ns essen- Sanitary methods do not mean ox- - fh -- hnmpier nnd reoutnt ion of tho young people. Our students como from hardy and como on early. Many of tial os pure food and no man can pro- pensive methods, but that all of the tne begt fames and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may theso varieties are the earliest In th duce fine flavored cream if his stable uuiminga, iooib, nnu men empioyeu ho B)ck ,be college provides doctor and nurse without extra ciiarge. market, and as they are always o Is contaminated with foul air. A num- m.U1;. I CP !! a. , All except those with parents in Berea live In College buildings, and Tobacco Leaf Miner. eood color, either cherry reds or ber of authorities havo sold a great assist In work of boarding hall, farm and snops. receiving vaiuaoie win- much cubic Air space are the least expensive. , 1V, v,,m .., , . ,hlr inhor. Rreent in to the plants will bury the pupno to light yellows, they sell readily nnd deal about how The next step is marketing the each sow should havo, but I believe It nf thoir ex- deeply Uiat tho adult moths will bo bring good prices. - s- grow well on almost any Is more Important than wo provide a cream, and right here, let me say They will pmninVment. tho surface. unoblo to reach o PUI1BCB. r thn Io n irmo lu uic uvviciaij do not need plan to change tho nlr frequently tl,,. Tho larvae may bo destroyed In kind of docent soil, nnd PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary f nr.i,inn thnt thn ,n. It to bo particularly coddled, although rather than figure on tho basis of so ,ih. tho tenves by pinching them, and vnntv ir nrn.time.t mwior pnnd with different neople. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is tne best. enm enro Hint any much air space. they havo warm wrans a Close watch Is kept they may bo good should treo nil the To bo liwect and clean It Is almost conditions and that Is always uniform but as Btudents must attend classes regardless of tho. weather, fruit deserves. deinroyed In this way before they am .iwi-mjijTheso trees wero plantt d four years necessnry that tho stablo bo white- In quality. Thcro Is not a city of 30,- - and underciotning, umDreuas aua overbiiues work uniforms, umbrellas and have dime mueh damage. The leaves ago In soli from which plno scrub had washed frequently. This makes n 000 Inhabitants In the country but tive Store furnishes books, toilet articles, M?cm to bo ablo to recover from tllght becheap and offectlvo disinfectant and It that offers excellent Inducements to other necessary articles at cost. grubbed only a few Injm-y- , whereas If tho larvae Is allowed been The trees are benrlngweeks and Is easily applied with a spray pump. a man who will start a fancy cream LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. Tho College asks no rent well leaves never fore. to contlnuo IU work, the It should be well mixed and freo from trade and pay more for his products for tho fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room bhow fine color and great vigor. recover. These Japanese plums differ from lumps beforo using to prevent tho noz- - than the commun dealers nro selling rcnt to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, nnd washing of bedding and tho domestic varieties In thnt Its zlo of the sprayer from getting clog- for. ir you are selling 24 per cent towels. For table board, without corree or extras, i.a. a weeK, in mo iau,FLOWER BOX IS MADE HANDY leaves aro longer, thinner and smooth- ged. Cement floors aro tho best be- cream keep your product up to that an,j 51.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of beder, and It has a great tendency to cause they are easy to keep clean. test and If your trade demands a 40 jJn 40 0 qq cents for each person. Un produco lateral fruit buds on tho an With cement floors and liberal uso of per cent cream do not try and palm .punni cpfs nr.. two. First a "Dollar Deooslt." an guarantee for Small Storano Tank Concealed . nual growth. Its fruit Is mostly short, straw and other absorbents It Is not off a lower test If you nro a little nhr!1PV t,nnlfi.. etc. This is oaid but once, and is returned derneath Prevents Suffering From difficult to keep stnbles neat and short. Always sell what you adver-- when the student departs. round and plump. Lack of Water. clso and ask a price that will leave Tho Japaneso plum Is less liable to clean. Second nn "Incidental Fee" to hclpon expenses for care of school buildMany dlsagreo ns to whether the you enough profit to maintain an Tho Flower box herewith Illustrated Injury from curcullo and black knot ings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of should be separated fresh from article of high quality. milk than tho domestic variety. Mr. ir. to prevent tho flowers from suffer teachers all our instruction Is a freo gift). The Incidental Fee for mustsays that up to this time his ing for Uck of wnter through neglect, students Is $5.00 a term, $0.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 lu ColleAs sliown in trees have shown no signs of dUenso javH the Homestead. and the width should be tho same as g'ate courses. tho Illustration tho two lower figures or attack from Insects of any kind. MAKING HOTBED the length of the sash, 6 .feet. Thr PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE. Incidental fee and room rent by upper Illus bow tho box In dotall, tho plnnk frame, or brick work of the pit tho term, board by the half term. Installments nre as follows: tration shows tho completed box. Tho Vocational WITH GLASS TOP may bo extended above the surface of principal foaturo of the box Is a "Lcndcniy and Foundation thn LTOllliil Riifflrlentlr tn nllmv fnr College. imall storage tank cancelled in tho School. and Normal. FALL TERM nlaelnc the s.iah nnon thn frame. Tho wnter Is supplied 7.00 lower section. $ 0.00 Permanent Affutr Should Bo Con. Hotbed sash should bo constructed Incidental too 7.00 7.00 lo tho plants through cloth wicks, or Otracted to Ite Heated by of white pine or cypress, and the sash Itoom Hudtut-in- s 9.45 9.45 inonires. as neoded. Tho wicks aro Manun orpoo. Trees that aro well tended beautify In one direction only, Board, 7 weeks bars should run PI " a home. I nnd that lengthwlso of tho sash. Tho $23.45 $22.45 Fertilize tho orchard for nest sea.u.ui. Amount due Sept. 13, tun bars may 1ms braced through tho mid (By C. 1. 1IARTI.CY. United States De- die by a transverse 9.15 9.4 T, son's crop. Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911 bar placed partment of Agriculture.) Plum trees should bo pruned about so through tho long bars below the glass. A permanent hotbed should bo $32.90 $31.90 $29.50 tho same as applo trees. Total for term with The two cuds of tho sash should be $32.40 $31.43 529.CO There is no phaso of life that Is not constructed as to be heated either If paid in advance made of sound timber, 3 Inches wlda fermenting manuro or by radlntlng Influenced by good roads. WINTER TERM dwelling or green at the top and 4 inches wide at the $ 7.00 $ li.OO Gradually bring tho hyacinth nnd pipes from tho 5.00 house heating plant. For a permanent bottom end, mortised to receive tho Incidental 7.20 COO 7.20 narcissus Into tho heat nnd light. bed. In which manure Is to supply the ends of the sash bars, and with u ten- I Room C 9.00 9.00 9.00 Provide for tho futuro by plnnnlng weeks... pit 2 by 2 feet deep, accord-In- on at tho ends to pass through tho Board, a small utrnwbcrry patch this spring. heat, a tho latitude in which the work side pieces, which should bo 2 V& to $23.20 $22.20 $20.00 Go over the fruit and vegetables in Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 ts to done, should bo provided. Tho Inches wide, 9.00 9.00 9.00 the cellar, and throw out those decay- sides bo ends may be supported by Board 0 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912. nnd ing. ' lining of plank supported by posts A New Apple Country. $31.20 $32.20 Unleached wood ashes aro rich In a $29.00 Total for term still, a apart, or, what U Tho provinco of New Brunswick Is $31.70 $30.70 $28.50 potarh. varying from six to forty pi" 4 feet wall 9 Indies thick betterbe used. If paid in advance may brick a newcomer In the com cent. SPRING TERM In cither case the pit lining should petition. At a recent Caundian applo $ 7.00 $ ti.oo $ 5 00 Tho earlier sweet peas aro sown como Feo Now Brunswick had on exhibi Incidental 5.00 C.00 larger tho number of flowers pro- BOll. flush with the surface of the show CO tho Itoom tion barrels, 650 boxes and 1,422 G.75 0.75 0.75 duced. on plates of tho leading market varieties. Board, 5 weeks Tho slto for tho pit should bo Nearly all varieties of plums bear naturally well drained land, and a tile Until lately tho xpplo Industry nas re $18.75 $17.75 $15.75 better crops of fruit when a number Amount duo March 2", 1912 ceived little attention In tho province, C.75 C75 0.75 of varieties aro growing near each Board, 5 weeks, due May 1, 1912. but tho department of agriculture has other. Improved methods of cultiva taken Handy Flower Box. $25.50 $24.50 $22.60 Apple scab largely spreads about tho Total for term tion, and It Is now predicted that $25.00 $24.00 $22.00 of tho first, second, and third If paid In advance great In holes bored through time rlmply placed New Brunswick will become a sprayings. npplo country There Is nn Immense tho bottom of tho top section, us When grass Is permitted to rlpeu its Plan Now, Come March area of cheap land, and the cilmato khown lit C O C. To renew tho water seed, it loses tho largest part of Its irurr1 In tho tank without removing the top seeniB to be favorable for the fnll nnd young man or young woman can get an educatiou nt Any value. M'ctlon a small metal plpo Is placed lu nutritive winter varieties grown in New Kng- Berea if there Is tho will to do so. Applying raw rock phosphato to tho laud und the middle states. tho end of tho box, as shown at AA. A Boll by mixing It with manuro ts It Is a great advantage to start In the Fall and have a full year of conwlro telltalo Ih inado by placing a cork ono pt tho best methods of aptinuous study. Mnny young people waste tlmo In the public schools going Cross Section of Hotbed. und allowing same to float on a wlro ' Boys In Corn Contest. over and over tho same things, when they might bo Improving much faster ou tho water In tho lank, thus tell plication. Fivo thousand boys .ntered the com h ,.omnK lo IJcrea and starting In on new studies with soma or the best occasion- drain from tho bottom of the excava The germs of pcat-bllgyength of wlro extending lug by tho only tion should bo provided to prevent tlio growing contest of Virginia last year young men nuJ women rrom otner counties anu niuies. nut Dimneh tho tube. A Just how ally attack npricot trees, and tho remedy Is to cut and burn tho Infect-e- water from accumulating In the pit Lorn growing cuius nut organizeu u storMake your plans to come March 27th. much water la contained In tin parts. and stopping the fermentation of the tho superlntendeuts nnd school teach' nio tnnk. Plant food may also bo fed For Information or friendly ndvlco write to the Secretary, Spraying has como to bo ono of tb manuro during tho period the hotbed era In the various counties. Kadi boy to tho floweni by making a solution of uncscapoble tusks of tho agriculturist, Is In use. Standard hotbed sash aro was glYen a measured acre and rename nnd placing It In tho storage his particular lino of pro 3 by 6 feet. Tho pit, therefore, should ceived Instruction from an agent o! tank. The box as shown may bo mndo whateverenterprise department I Ha some xnultlplo of 3 feet In length, tho Bgrlcultcrl ductivo useful. prnamcntnl, as wellu Aro you not far advanced? to tlio mlvlsablllty of scraping or shnggy bark from npplo trees, the stato. zoologist of Pennsylvania has the following to say: This depends upon tho conditions In general. I advise such treatment, especially for rough, scnly hark on old trees; but If It be bark that ban been roughened by the Injurious action of soil sprays, or by burning with tiro or some other Injury, I am satisfied It would be wrong, because this Is tho tender bark beneath Just what a rcab of an animal Is to n soro which It Is protecting. Therefore, If tho bark beneath bo tender, so that It would be Injured by being scrolled. It Is best not to do It. In tho cnto of nn ordinary healthy treo It Is certainly best, but nt Injured places, such ns nbovc mentioned. It Is rough short-handle- THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talents? What Are Your Aims? Berea Has the Training That is Best For YOU. rntiNriATiriM text-book- .... Book-Dlndln- - .., honor-separate- lotter-wrltin- - 5"ho mriHltTh t tm'at Kt K class-room- s "r-- man-,.,n,- f,i ,- - Answered g - V. 1 ,... r-- n.t .,. ., t. I- g npple-ralsln- 27th able-bodie- - d - d D. WALTER MORTON, berea, ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. died tho 16th of this month and was preparing to movo to Klk Creek. hurled tho 18th by tho Masons at U. C. Marcum, tho grocery drummer, tho Indian Creek grave yard. Ho was for Otter and Co. of Loulsvlllo, Is G years old and wns an old soldier. out on a business trip. There havo Tho bereaved family havo cur heart- been many big tides this year and felt sympathy. Married, last week, peoplo have had great succeus in RoFrank Colo to Junlo Angel. Wo wish tting their timber to market J. M. n Ijcdfonl and wifo havo Just moved to them nil happiness. Mrs. Win. Is seriously III with typhoid. T. A. Plrd's land. 0. C. Mitchell of Horn tho 10th of this month to Mrs. Pig Crook has gono to Cincinnati on Jako lllmcs, a flno boy. Ilobt. Lear a visit, J. C. Marcum of Pig Creek lost a flno cow recently. Grant Park- Is getting his logging Job about comer purchased n flno horso from Al- plete. H, 11. Marcum Is winding up bert Powell for $125. Jno. Howard of his business In order to locato In this placo was recently married to Colorado. Tnylor Caudlll of ManMrs. Sarah Holt Alex McPanlel mov. chester, who hnd gono to Illchmond, ed to tho Thomas Holt liouso on It. Vn., for his health, has returned. Ho N. Robinson's farm. Corn Is selling Is now taking n treatment from Chas. at a dollar cr bushel and very scarco Whltomoon of Loulsvlllo. Mrs. P. at that. Ned McIIono wno recently P. Iloberts of Pig Creek who has hero on buslncsa fcr Tho Citizen. tuberculosis Is very low. Porn to Is Mr. Pearl Iloberts nnd wlfo, a flno Tho Infant of Arthur McDanlel very sick. girl. Abo Coucho's baby died, March 15th. IIUIII.KT Hurley, Mar. 21. Wet weather stilt OWSLEYCOUNTY continues and fnrmers are very bad HTt'lttll.UN. ly behind with their work, David Sturgeon, Mar. 23. Porn to tho (iabbard who has pneumonia Is wlfo of Melvln Price, a girl. AImj Married, tho 22nd, thcro Is a now baby boy at tho homo fast improving. Mr. Charley Gabbard to Miss Itcbeccti of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jns. Smith. Married, Calllhan both of Hurley. Married, the past week, David Powman to n tho 21st, Mr. Dennlc Johnson to Miss 'Mltis Caudtll. AIbo a Mr. Powman Lllllo Lakes of Decso. Wo wish both from Cow Creek was married to Miss )oung couples a prosperous life. Janlo Hartscck of Sturgeon. Thro Mr. and Mr3. Gcorgo 'McCollum went will bo preaching at this plnco tho . n .. ... I, .. ., to Berca, Friday, to havo tho latter'H i iirsi sniuruny in yin m - v. eyes trentcd. The big sale of J. F. i will bo conducted by tho Pov. Pow Kngle's wno well attended, Saturday, man of Illake. Night servlco will the 23rd. Pen Gabbard and sister, be conducted by tho Pov. Dunlgan if Pcrtha, nro visiting tholr slater, Mrs. hlamay. Luelan Strong nnd Han-Ibl- o Thomas .Morris, nt Koggertown, Clay Farmer of Irvine, nnd L. P. d County. Mrs. Minnie Mooro of Prower, tho blacksmith at Sturgeon, has moved back to her homo on have been repairing Congloton's stavo Indian Creek. '.Mrs. Itllyo Gabbard Is dresser. 1.00 Conglcton of Illchmond In very poor health. Geo. McCollum was nt thft placo last Friday buying l y purchased a flno male rnlf at timber. Mrs. M. I). Prcwer, form-rllast court day for $10. of this place, but now of Wallowa, ISAACS Ore., has returned to Sturgeon. Sho Isaacs, Mar. 23. The weather Is reports her husband has disposed of very warm and rainy. Tho farmers his cstnto at Wallowa, but ho will aro very nnxtous to bo sowing oats not return until fall. U. S. Marshals Cun-ngl- March 28, (912. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Purm Absolutely hms no substitute Many mixtures arc offered as substitutes for Royal. No other baking powder is the same in composition or effectiveness, or so wholesome and economical, nor 'will make such fine food. Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Si Write Now to the Northern Pacific Ry For Rales of Tare, Full Information and Tree Illustrated Literature about the seven great I If III it j , WK ' , Sm Prosperity States of America- JJI H-fl- SMt ISV M l Miaaclota, Wiscoaain, Narth Dakota, Montana, Idaho. Walkiaton and Oron. C Locale aloa "The Sceaie Highway Gel your Intnda Ike Standard Railway ol the Norlhwtil. C Aak about Low One. o fa aad form a colony. way Sprinj Colonial ram, etfrctiye daily Marck Homrarckcra SAl jTjtX lil lo April 13lk and Round-trilarea, effective on firal and Ikird Taeadaya ol moalk. CWrilenowlo tack COSTBLLO.DhltUirttuniftAt''!. W li, Ilk An., 1. II HI "fl H- - I P II I I I ROCKCASTLE COUNTY OIIUMIII Orlando, Mcr. 2.I. Ulysses Durham who has ben confined to his bed with pneumonia fever is greatly Improved. Robert Childress of ML Vernon spent Sunday night nt D. M. Slngloton'8. Porn to Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Mc.Now, a girl. Her nnmo is Mnry Kllen. 'Miss Myrtle Mason went to Mt. Vernon to spend a few weeks. Aunt Florn Laswell Is very 111. Mrs. Lllllo Singleton of Snider Is planning to visit homo folks here, MUs Leila Saturday nnd Sunday. Owens who Is n student In tho L. nnd N. offlco hero Is getting along Mngglo flno with her work. Mrs. Kiwson Is doing some quilting for a lady In Richmond. Mrs. Eliza Durham of north Main Street will movo to IHilaskl County, this week. Mr. Cano and Miss Ltlln Owens railed on Miss Mnrtlsha Singleton, Wednes- JOIINKTTA ...n LJi MIM UV I U.J tiipt.il i of , lf OV'kPX Ml XWsWtjJ J J.C.EATOS.Triulmtlmmiftlton Aiinl. . Aw, CiMiaaori l W VNiplrlA H II H v2f X3ffitS Rlch-mon- At L Rich-tnom- East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Bo correapcndeiica 'jears. Johnettn, Mar. 21. Riley Ballln-ge- r and Miss IK'lln Dovel were married, March 21th, at the home of tho bride. Iist Saturday and Sunday were tho regular church days at Now Hop-- . Tho church called Rev. J. W. Ijimbcrt as moderator for tho ensuing 'year. lira. Mnmlo Davidson left, Mar. 20th, for Pell County where sho will Join her husband nnd they will mako It their home. 8. Shell who has been slrk for somo tlmo Is slowly Improving. Larking Abney's wlfo Ii.ih bmi very sick but Is lmpiovlug Mrs. Stovo Anglln Is cry Homo. sick. Sho has been sick about flvo Mrs. William Young Is 1m- proving slowly. Pill 'McCary went to Richmond, Mar. 22nd, nnd is expected to return, Mnr. 25th. Isaac Har- vey of Richmond was visiting his daughter n few days last week. li not for publication, pnbllihtd Bnlcia allied la till ty the Titer. cure bat at an erUence ct rood tilth. Write plainly. lit , TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS sent to our correspondents urging them to mall news Items so that they may reach Tho Citizen Office Monday, and in no caso later than Tuesday morning. Put as tho weeks go by these letters drift in later and later, so that if they aro published at all Tho Citizen forco is worked too hard. and over time on Tuesday and Wednesday. To protect ourselves and make it pcsslblo to got tho paper out on tlmo, WE HEREBY NOTIFY OUR CORRESPONDENTS Tlmo and again letters havo been a long and happy life. '.Mrs. Mary Kcrby and three children have gono to Berca on a visit with friends and relatives. Sho is planning; to go back to Colorado soon. Miss '.Maryland Cornctt has gono above McKco to stay with her undo, Edd Cornctt. UBEKN JIALL. Mar. 2C Died, March Greenhall, 21st, Green B. Johnson, ct tuberculosis. Gram was a nlco young man pbout 22 years old. Ho had lived a model life and left mauy friends Greenhall. When ho died he gave assurance that ho was going to a better world. Wo sincerely send our regards to tho bereaved family In the loss of their beloved son. The Rev. Harvey Johnson wishes to thank the peoplo In tho surrounding JUST SMILE Arc you feeling cross today? Stop and smile. And, of course, if you feci gay, Why you'll smile. You will find that it will pay If everywhere and every day, At your work or at your play, You will smile, just smile. Have you got the blues today? Try to smife. Ten to one they'll go away If you smile. You will find it helps a lot When you're sad and when you're not; Sort of makes you feel tip-toIf you smile, just smile. Mavhelle Dorothea Weed, in Continent. day afternoon. UAl'I.RT. Gauley, Mar. 23. Married, on tho 14th, I). 'M. Ponder to Miss Mary A. Mulllns. W. M. Brumett Is Improvjd enough to get back horae.-J.M- r. and Mrs. Clarence Howard will movo to 'Merrltsburg, this week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. G. 8. Robertson, a big girl. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fcrman, n 12 pound boy. A man by tho namo of Gardner has smallpox at Livingston. Tho death angel camo Into tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac from McKlnley Moores and took them their baby. WILIIIK Wlldlo, '.Mar. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Dally of Conway moved to Wlldlo last week. Mrs. Ed Adams died at her homo at this placo. Mar. l&th. Sho leaves a husband, father, mother, three sisters, two brothers and a host of friends to mourn hor loss. E. Balllnger's family has measles. Colonel Mcncfeo was In Paris last week. J. R. Dotson was In 'Ml. Vernon, o Mar. 22nd, on business. Allen Is on tho sick list. Porn to Mr. and 'Mrs. Freeman Catron, Mar. 10th, a flno boy. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Martin moved to Flanagan lost week. Misses Anna Smith nnd Olllo Coffey of near Prodhead visited at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Reynolds from Sunday until Monday. Albert Reynolds Is no better.. Gil-be- rt Pur-dctt- OWN a-WEBSTEfc r ff New International Dictionary " THE MERR1AM WEBSTER? TlONf coTrrtn ererr field of tho world's tbousht, action and culture. Tho only nrvr unabridged dictionary In many tear. before) appeared THEY NEED NOT EXPECT LETTERS REACHING US LATER THAN TUESDAY NOON TO BE PUBLISHED IN THAT WEEK'S ISSUE. And wo urgo them to mako it a point to mall the Items early enough so that they may reach us Monday. RS- BeeatM new vicinity for their kindness during tho sickness of bis son. Miss Jamie Hart- sock was married to Carter Moore of Boonovillc, Mar. 20th. They had nt a flno crowd which assembled FARME'Miss Hartsock's home. M. C. Hughe3 and wlfo were tho guests of Dr. In order that you may havo pureMaudlo Sunday. Misses bred chickens on your farm I have and Laura Pierson were shopping at Leghorn Greenhall last Friday. L. M. Cook reduced my S. C. Brown eggs from Jl to 60 cents per 15. still has a big lino of wall paper on Day-ol- d chicks 10 cents each. Can hand. J. R. Hughes and R. Hughes ship any where by express safely. who aro at Berca in School expect Order now. SIMON WUN'CY, Berca. to visit Cincinnati, next Friday. Ma-haff- Kmrmaw 0Ter 400,000 " (J,fln more than aver ll'orda; R-a- GRAVIIAWK JACKSON COUNTY Gray Hawk, Mar. 21. Tho farmers SANK OAI. havo been plowing some the past Sand Gap, Mar. 24. Tlno Williams week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John D. went toiMcKee, Thursday, to see Dr. Robinson, a fine boy. S. D. Rice lb Hornsby. Frank Davidson has mov- visiting at J. B. Bingham's over Suned on James Williams' place. Silas day. Tho Rev. W. M. Anderson will Davidson had a working, Tuesday. preach at tho new Methodist church Ho bad 21 hands and got a great deal at Gray Hawk, Mar. 31st, at eleven of work done. H. P. Parclay of Red o'clock. Mrs. Ixuilsa Tinchcr Is sick. Houso was visiting friends and relaTho Rev. Howard Johnson failed tives hoVe. Corn and hay aro scarce. to fill his appointment at Gray Hawk Corn Is a dollar per bu. and hay is cn account of tho death of his boy. very high, Frank Smith is workLee Conglcton was in our town one ing for James Williams this summer. day Joal this week on business. "Mrs. Sallla and Pettlo Davidson vis- Bcgloy and family took dinner with ited Mrs. Frank Cornctt, Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Bingham, Sunday. Soveral people from this place aro OAK I CO planning to go to McKee Court. Carlco, Mar. 23. There Is now a Married, the 14th, Noah Brockman to largo tide In tho river. Uncle Frank Mis3 Flora Stoudberd. We wish them Colo who has been sick so long and preparing for corn crops. Rev. J. G. Allen Is In a very serious condition. Wrs. Sarah Davis. Miss SuMrs. Tilllo York sie Watson, and L. are visiting their brother, M. Watson, of Elk Valley, Tenn., this Mrs. Georglo Settle has a uwb. flno baby boy. Tom Truett purchasMrs. ed a mulo from Jesso Roark. Mary E. Purkey Is visiting relatives In this vicinity. J. M. Sexton visited J. G. Allen, Friday. Levi Purkey and Dan Allen traded horses a few days ago. J. L. Davis purchased Alfred Vaughn's farm on Pond Lick. G. C. Purkey who loft hero recently to travel for J. It. Wasson and Company writes that ho likes Glasgow and vicinity real well. PAKJtOT j Short, 'Mays and Brewer of Richmond made n raid thru this County tho past week. ISLAND CITT with the naw divided pace. A "tttroke of Qenlua." Became " ' n encyclopedia In cover. 7x Vtcm. 6000 11- Juafrauoti. It la tha only dictionary between two I I Why Pay Five Times Mora for a Roof than You mid to? FLINTOID ROOFING Outlasts FIVE Ordinary Roofs. Nearly Twenty Years' Test Proves it. C Has no Equal for Farm, Factory and Residence buildings. C. Kant Leak Kleets absolutely insure water tight seams. C Your Dealer can mm . h furnish Samples and Proofs. C. If not, ask Us. last Saturday evening, March ICth, tho homo of Mrs. Cosby Colo was made sad when the death angel camo and took from her, her beloved husband, W. F. Cole. Ho Is survived by a loving companion and ten children. Press, Ewell, Gcorgo and Delia Colo of Hamilton, Ohio, John and Dudley Colo and Sis Ang.'l of 'Mtddlefork, Bello Lear of Carlco, and Nil Colo of Parrot. Two of bis children died several years ago. Ho was born in 1830 and was a union soldier In tho Civil war. Ho was a member of tho Christian church for many years. Wo foci, that when wo lost unclo Frank wo loot a good man, a loving companion and a kind father. was Tlio body of tho deceased borno to its resting placo by tho near In Masons. Mcndcy ovenlng. dian Creek. Weep not friends and children, Though tho volco you loved is still; Tho vacant placo Jn your homo, Novor, nover can bo filled. On Island City, Mar. 21. Circuit Court begins at Booneville, Mar. 25th. Ruv. Chestnut of London has been conducting a series of meetings in tho now chapel which closed, Sun day. Mrs. Nora Merry of Kingston Is visiting her fathor, 11. D. Peters. G. J. Gentry purchased a saddlo horso from S. G. Fields for ono hundred dollars. Thoro seem to bo yet In this neighborhood who oro causing considerable disturbance. The Federal Court will catch them. Miss Magglo Mays will leavo in n few days for Berca where she will outer tho spring term of College. G. J. Gentry of Blako has been appointed special Deputy U. S. Marshal for the Eastern district of Kentucky. You can reach him on tho phono at Gentry Bros, Elva. tho llttlo daughter of Woven Brewers, visited her grandfather, H. D. Peters, Saturday nnd Sunday. Short, Mays, Gentry nnd boot-lugge- rs Raran.a It la aooented br the Courta, Bchoola and Itcm aa lac one mupreme an- thorlty. Because ne wo knows Wlnm yon about thia new work. CC mftft.AM CO.. NUAm, VWU.W im,mejnfmi 1 Palmer captured two distilleries last weok, ono near Vincent and ono on I lower Wolf Creek. Iko Howling nnd Walter Combs wore arrested and held to Richmond Federal Court. TCUIK Born to Mr. and Reynolds ou tho 8th, a girl. Carter Bowman and 'Miss Hartsock wcro married at tho homo of tho brldo, March 20th. Ben Estcpp has recently moved Into tho property vacated by Sheridan Sealo. Mr. Bob Campbell and wlfo havo moved into their now homo on Betty Bowmau. Will Flanery is now ready to do all kinds of blocksmlthlug. Ho has Just completed his shop and furnished It with new tools. 'Mrs. Altlo Winn and llttlo daughter, Lois, wcro tho guests of her sister, Rebecca Young, last Sunday. Aunt Martha Mai nous Lester and Wlnnlo is very tlck. Rowland aro now visiting their grandparents at Berca, Mr. and Mrs. Bart Tho Rov. E. K. Young will ArabroBO. preach at Nocdmoro tho fifth Sunday In this month. Also on Saturday night .Mar. 21. LUSTR 0 Plllffipl Refinishing Floors and Furniture will bring you more pleasure and abiding happiness ;n your home than anything you can (Jo about the home for which you will spend any such small amount in time and money as will be the expenditure in this work. Turin, Mrs. Albert "DO YOU REALIZE WHAT YOU CAN ACCOMPLISH?" "Hanna's Lustro Finish" "Made To" Walk On" Is permanent in its color, never fades, positively durable because it is made of best materials. Old painted floors made lo look like new in all beautiful shades, such as Mahogany, Antique Oak, etc Makes old woodwork and old furniture as good as new. "IS THIS CLEAR TO YOU7'' FOR 8ALK BY CLAY COUNTY 111(1 CllKKlC ROOFING DEPARTMENT The Diem & Wing CINCINNATI, Paper Company, OHIO PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE Big Creek, War. 18. Married, O. A. Mitchell of this placo to Miss Harriet Treadway of Gooso Creek. T. L. Prlttou mado a trip to Poone-vlll- o, last week. Charlie Hosklns of Spring Creek mado a business trip to Big Creek to sec his lady friend, Mrs. America Talstor of Annvllle is J. D. CLARKSTON, Berca. Kentucky ( before.