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BEHEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, On The Citizen IvCouLritarn. APRIL 4, 1012 OUR FINAL WORD Saturday, the 0th, the county conventions to select delegates to the State Itepublican Convention will lie held, the Louisville Con vention being scheduled for Wednesday, the 10th. Before another issue of The Citizen, therefore, in all probability Kentucky will havo at least, and her position as beInstructed her four delegatea-at-largtween the President and Colonel Roosevelt will be known. From present indications it in not possible to doubt that the Republican party in the stnte will stand by the President, an it commit ted itself to do in tho party platform last year. Neither does there seetn tu be. any doubt now what the result before the National Convention will be, the third term movement for Mr. Roosevelt seeming already to have spent its force. The Citizen has been commended far and wide both for the position it hsH taken in defense of the renomination of the President and its temperate attitude toward Mr. Roosevelt. And it has little further to aay now than to plead for harmony in the party. It thinks, as it has thought all along, that the President ia eminently deserving of a second term deserving if ever a president was and, while it is neither a hater nor a disparager of Mr. Roosevelt but as e Knowledge la power and the way to keep op with raodera knowledge li to read a good newspaper. People Ono Dollar a year. Vol. XIII. No. 40 FERTILIZERS Globe, Equity, Mt. Pleasant Now ready for delivery at the lowest prices at NEW ARRIVALS O FOR MEN AND BOYS Our Spring Stock is fully assembled and ready for your inspection. The Styles are all advanced and exclusive. We have a large assortment of Suits for both Men and Boys in all the New Colors and Weaves. ""DUTCHESS" Trousers Are Here Our assortment includes Patterns and Colors to please all tastes, in sizes to fit all figures, at prices to suit every purse. The warranty on DUTCH liSS Trousers insures you against mishaps. A Lose a button or have them rip and we pay you the indemnity: io cents a button, $i a rip. R. R. COYLE BEREA KENTUCKY BEREA COLLEGE EXCURSION Tho annual Excursion which it Is customary for the students of Berea Collego to have took Place, Tuesday. Thcro wero 270 Rtudcnta and town folk who were on tho excursion to Cincinnati, whero they all visited the Zoological Garden In tho morning tho and In tho afternoon attended "World In Cincinnati" Exposition. de- admirer, it has uot been able to see, and does not now see, wherein he has any claim upon the nomination. Further, as The Citizen views it, Mr. Roosevelt has no national platform different in any marked degree from that of the President. As to the tariff, they seem to be, in so far as Mr. Roosevelt ia willing to commit himself, in harmony. And the tariff is to be the great issue of the campaign. On the other hand, the issues that the campaign aro has been injecting into the almost wholly state issues, and mostly such as the Republican party will doubtless sooner or later adopt, and possibly would even now receive with greater favor if it were not for the personal equation which has been thrust into the campaign by the Colonel's decision to follow bis hat into the ring. Mr. Roosevelt on his western tour, which ended Sunday night, has sought to quiet his bitterest opponents by declaring that he does not wish to be a king and that he will not bolt'the party if he fails to be nominated. Therefore, it is to be hoped that the animosities already engendered will soon be forgotten, and that true Republicans everywhere will seek, during the remainder of the campaign, to say nothing against either candidate that will injure his prospects in case he is the choice of the convention. A CHRISMAN'S NEWS OF "THE FURNITURE MAN" THE WEEK IK OUR SUBSCRIBER'S RECEIPT Beef Barons Acquittad Senator Ste- Death Sentence for May The Agricultural Special Langley Announ. phenson Acquitted Lorimer Acces Flood In the Ohio and Missis"Fiddling Bob" Is no quitted sippi Judge O'Rear Ambitious more Not a Strike but a Vacation No Dollar a Day Pension SENTENCE FOR MAY BEEP BARONS ACQUITTED In July 1903, tho United States Government Instituted proceedings certain packers In an effort to prevent them, under tho Sherman Anti-truLaw, from entering Into a combination. From that tlmo until March 2Cth, when the federal jury returnod a verdict ot not guilty, tho case against tho packers has been In one court or another. st jl STATE WORLD HEWS England Olstappolnttd Settlement Pending A Crisis in Mexico. ENGLAND DISAPPOINTED Since the announced discovery cf tho South Polo by Capt. Amundsen a few weeks ago, tho British public has been awaiting anxiously somo tld- -' Ings from Capt. Scctt, who was also .conducting a South Polar expedltjon, and It was hoped that ho might prove to bo first to reach the goal, I Uut Capt. Scott's teasel, Terra Nova, arrived at Wellington, New Zeland, Sunday, bringing tho news that tho Captain w,ts within ono hundred and fifty miles of tho Pole, Jan. 3, and would remain In tho Antarctic re gion through another winter to con tinue his observations. This dasheo nil hoies of tho prior discovery, and It Is thought to Indicate that ho may know of Amundsen's feat. I It has been a custom in The Citizen Office for years to send a card of acknowledgment of the receipt of subscriptions, but hereafter we shall discontinue these receipts, the following method of acknowledgment being thought sufficient: Let us suppose that this is a record on the upper left hand corner of the first page of the subscriber's paper JOHN SMITH, LOST CREEK, KY., Now we change the stencil and it reads as follows: JOHN SMITH, LOST CREEK, KY., I NOV. '12. That is, we have advanced the subscription a year and when Mr. Smith receives his next paper be sees the '11 has been changed to '12, and knows that that change has been brought about by the fact that wo have received the dollar, and he takes that as our receipt. We are making this change for two reasons: First, the time and the postage in sending several thousand card receipts during the year are worth saving. And, in the second place, we want our subscribers to get more in the habit of keeping up with the date' of the expiration of their papers so that it will not be necessary to call their attention to the fact that the subscription will soon expire. We have been gratified recently by the fact that many persons sending in their dues are able to tell us exactly when their subscription expired or will expire, showing that they have taken notice of our label records, aud we want to encourage this tendency. DEATH General May, who was tried In tho Laurel Circuit Court nearly a year ago tor tho murder of Sherman Meredith and given a lito sentence, was convicted lost week in the same court on tho charge ot having killed 'Meredith's wife. Tho verdict this tlmo Is that ho shall die in tho elec- 'II. immediately after receiving John Smith's dollar I NOV. with wonderful change from "darkness to light" brought about by tho missionary. The well known atory of tho finding of Dr. Livingston by Stanley wbh enacted ' and othcrB from portraying tho horrors tho HUHritltlous customs of a benighted people, wcro presented with almost unequaled perfection. For many tho Pageant waB tho SETTLEMENT PENDING most wonderful production In stage Tho English coal strike Is on tho and scenery Uiey have ever seen, tho memory of It will linger long. way to a ofttlement. Tho 'Minimum Tho music accompanying tho various Wago Hill, which was enacted by received tho having Parliament, scenes waa characteristic and descriptive or tho action of tho players Itoynl approval and being now voted uKn by tho miners, many cf whom and of tho scenes. After tho Pageant tho party broke are returning tc work In anticipation Into smaller groups and visited tho of the ncceptanco of Its terms. Not various exhibits of tho Exposition. for many years has England passed At 6:30 all took tho street cars for through such a crisis. Tho serioustho Manhattan Restaurant, where, ness of tho situation can bo Been not suffering and after a short delay, tho hungry appetl- - only In tho the toa wcro satisfied with a gcod meal. threatened starvation, but In At 8:30 tho party left Cincinnati and, fact that tho opposition party in returning via Islington, reached Be-r- Parliament was willing, for tho tlmo being, to with the Governat about 2:45 a. m. ment In lln efforts to reach a settlement. Y. M. C, A, CONFERENCE A CniSIS IN MEXICO (Prof. Jaa. Watt Ralne, ITof. J. W. Tho Madrro Government In Mexisixinsrooro, tho Aerial quartet and co, It la feared, Is on tho vcrgo teen student delegates, returned tho having attended & of collapae, many of tho federal garfit st of tho week, risons during tho last week being threo days conference of tho Student given over to tho rebels without much Young Men's Christian Association of Georgetown. Tho dele-- show of resistance. Tho situation is tho stato ai tho moro sorlouo from tho fact that tho revolutionists do not seem to bo CONTENTS Of THIS ISSUE moved by nny real patriotic purposo, whllo tho Madero Government ban PAGE FIRST been and la administering tho afEditorials. fairs of tho Republic with aa much In Our Own Stats. freedom and Justlco as tho peoplo aro News of Ua Week. nblo to receive. According to latest World Nawa. reports, a battl", which may bo Hcrea College Excursion. decisive, la imminent PAQK SECOND General Newt, galea wero entertained in tho best Sunday School Lesson. homes of tho city and every courtesy Markets. was shown them. Prof Ralno gave TJIIItU PAGE convincing ovldcnco of tho valuo of Kontucky News. tho student associations In hla ad World News. dress, "Tho Relation of tho Collego FOURTH PAGE Y. M. C. A. to College Life." Prof. Local News. Traverlck of Nashville, gavo two Socrcta of Success. stereoptlcon lectures. An Unusual Scene FIFTH PAQB Prof, Hulchlns of Oberlln was the Intensive Farming. featuro of tho conference, giving threo Asia's Lesson for tho South. splendid addresses. Other speakers SIXTH PAQK wero, Phllo C. Dlx, Secretary of tho Serial Storjr. stato committee, Loo 51. Tcrrlll, Gor SEVENTH PAOia' don Potest, Secretary MaglU of Uio Farm and Gardon. Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Pres. Sermon. Yegor of Georgetown University and Temperanco Notco. A. M. Llchty. EIQHTH PAQB Berea presented a most creditable Eastern Kentucky News. report of tho year's work and plans Where tho Trouble Lies. next year advances along lines not wide-spread ea Expressions of appreciation and light wcro heard on cvrry hand at what tho excursionists taw of tho gnat Pageant, which la tho leading featuro of tho Exposition. Thoro wero five ttccnes dealing WE DON'T MIND, IF It is an easy matter to edit a newspaper some newspapers. That is, for some editors to edit some newspapers. The only thing necessary is a pair of scissors, and the scissors do not have to be very costly or very good. The ethics of journalism! We have heard there was such a thing and thought there was, and have ourselves come into the profession with high ideals which we have not yet been tempted to lower. Nothing has been copied from any other paper, book or source without proper acknowledgment or at least being placed in quotations. And our write-upare our own, or paid for, or contributed. And it seems that no editor could conscientiously have a lower stand, nrd; yet, within the last month or aix weeks, four papers that are our regular exchanges have copied editorals and news items from The Citizen, word for word, and used them as their own without acknowledgment. Two instances are before us now from the issue of these papers two weeks ago. . Now we do not object to The Citizen or anything in The Citizen being used, and it can be and we have no recourse since neither the paper nor any of its articles are copyrighted. But it seems to us that if our editorials and other matter are worth copying, we should have credit for them. Certainly it doea not seem that the editors of these papers would feel just right if a Citizen editorial, seen for the first time in their paper, should be copied in some paper from a distance and credited to them, which might easily be the case as to our political editorial in The Citizen, Mar. 14th, under tho caption, "If they will have it so". The Citizen is possibly quoted as widely in the state as any weekly paper, and that is very gratifying indeed, and we are glad to say that most of our contemporaries who hare found something worth using in our columns have made proper acknowledgment of the source. We hope that the few who hare not done so will remember the Golden Rule hereafter. s tric chair. THE AGRICULTURAL SPECIAL Tho agricultural train has mode all tho points scheduled during the last SENATOR STEPHENSON VINDIweek, and from reports In tho press CATED It has been received enthusiastically, Senator Stephenson of Wisconsin, great crowds viewing the exhibits who was on trial when tho Citizen and listening to the lectures. Tho went to pro eg last week beforo tho train arrived at Berea, Friday evening, bar of tho United States; Senate, and so many woro at the station to was vindicated on a very closo vote, study the displays that ncne could Senator Bradley of Kentucky voting either see or hear anything owing for him. Although it was shown to tho crush. Good crowds, however, that ho spent moro than $107,000 to attended the lectures at tho Chapel procure hla election, the Senate adwhich wcro good. judges that It was not done illegally. Although tho stops aro of such decision la significant because The short duration that almost nothing it publishes to the world that the can bo gained, yet tho very fact Senatorial toga can be worn only that two things are emphasized by by tho rich. the sending out of this train and these lecturers, much good Is inevitLORIMER ALSO ACQUITTED Senator Lorimer of Illinois, who able. No ono can bo so blind and so has been under tiro almost ever since deaf as not to realize theso things that Kentucky is away behind in his election, and whoso coso was being investigated for tho second time, agricultural matters and that great tho report of the majority In tho for- improvement is possible. Dull indeed mer investigation having found him must tho farmer be then, who will guiltless, is now allowed to retain not get to thinking and reading, and his seat, tho committee finding that who will not uso Improved methods. ho cannot bo tried a second tlmo for LANGLEY ANNOUNCES tho samo offense. However, it reCongressman John W. Laugley mains to bo seen whether tho Sen-at- o announced, Saturday, his candidacy will accept tho decision ot tho to succeed himself in Congress. Mr. committee. Langley Is serving his third term, and sinco his district Is Republican it "FIDDLING BOB" IS NO MORE United States Senator Taylor of is doubtful It ho will have any opTennesseo, familiarly and affection- position. ately known as "Fiddling Bob," died FLOOD IN THE OHIO AND in Washington, Sunday morning, from MISSISSIPPI tho effects of an operation which Tho almost continuous rains sinco ho underwent last Thursday. Sena- the breaking up of winter has resulttor Taylor was twice Governor of ed In floods In tho Ohio and MissisTonnesaeo and was very popular on sippi Rlvors such as has not been tho lecturo platform. His greatest known for years. At present Kenlecture wac known as "Tho Fiddle tucky Is bearing tho blunt of tho tide, and Tho Bow." tho leeves along tho Mississippi front Continued en Fixe Five Continued on Fk Fire GUN BOAT PAINT "What kind JT I am often asked red paint." metal roofs, black or of paint is best for LOTS OF GOOD PEOPLE It is good to be reminded that in spite of all the scare lines of jthe newspapers there are above ten thousand bank cashiers in this country who have done their work faithfully for periods ranging from ten to twenty-fiv- e years, that thero are twenty million people in this country who are not seeking divorce, eighty million who are not trying to commit suicide, and that ten million people take rail, way trips in safety every week. strictly student. Gospel teams of four or flvo men will bo sent out to neighboring towns to bold meetings and awaken Interest, A number of Lilblo classes will bo started among men not connected with the school aud tho Boy Scout movemont will bo extended among tho boys of Berea. The featuro of each session of tho conference was tho singing ot tho Aerial quartet. Nothing but words ot commendation was heard and so popular did they become that at the reception on Monday, tendered tho delegates by tho young ladles ot tho collego, they woro obliged to respond to two encores. Prof. Rlgby, on 'Monday night, rendered a eolo which was received with a wonderful appreciation of bis art You might ask me "What kind of horse will make the best plow horse, black or sorrel." There is little in the color ; much in the quality. Thompson Burnam says: "There is as big a fake Burnam is in paint as anything on the market." right. I have several barrels of red and black paints for metal roofs. Both of these paints are used by the U. S. GoTeraneBt aad will give you good service. HENRY LENGFELLNER Office Jackson St., rear of Main. Phone 7 or 181. SPECIAL SALE Saturday. Bring your Jug and get some paint. I t Page Two. THE CITIZEN THE "RECALL" OF A April 4, 1912. SHERWOOD BILL LOST! SENATE REJECTS DOLLAR A DAY PENSION ACT ADOPTS AGE AND SERVICE MEASURE. It Is Estimated That If It Becomes Law It Will Add Twenty Millions To Roll Requires Ninety Days' Service. The Citizen A family DECISION. ROOSEVELT REG! FOR newspaper for all that true and Interesting. I right MMONAL' SundaySoiooi Lesson my B. O. m:t.t.KUH. Director of Kven-In- g IVpnrlmfnt, Tho Moody lllblo In. slilute of Chlcano.) Jhibllshrd every Thursday nt Dcnn, Ky, 01 PC T BEREA PUBLISHING CO. hworporatrd) J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rates Thrvn Months IVst-oHlo- n r, Three Times Indorsed Canadian Agreement in Public Speeches. SQUARE DEAL IS DUE )w IHi Months One rAYABLB IN ADVANCE. , .....Jl to ( 35 TAF LESSON FOR APRIL 7. Washington. The thrilling fight on pension bill tho Sherwood dollnr-n-daEASTER LESSON. ended when tho sonata rejected that measure, which had passed the house, T.nflRON TKXT- -I Cor. UU-loh ooi "Tiiii not.nn.v by a vote of 46 to 21. In Its pl.ico the Hmoot general age rnlo up. wlierrof wo nil nro wltmws." Acts 2.SL and service bill, which will Increase the pulsion roll by at least $20,000,000 St. Tanl may not mako direct reannually during tho next five. ears, ference to tho virgin birth of our was enacted by a volo of GC to 10. Ijrd, though ho certainly knew of thn Tho hill requires beneficiaries to prophecy that a "Virgin shall conhavo served 90 days and provides pen- ceive," (Isa. but what docs It sions ranging from $13 to $30 n month, matter? It Is not greater miracle to Instead n of minimum and $15 bo born then to rlso triumphant over to $30 pension, as In the house death. That Paul assumes tho fart measure Is evident from this lesson. Literally The senate added provisions thnt ho begins by saying, "Now I ainko and known tho gospel which I preached would prohibit attorneys' fees that would grant $30 a month to for- unto you at Corinth, whereby you nro mer soldiers disabled by service saved and what you must nlwaya rewounds or disease, the latter being member, thnt Christ, who camo fulestimated to add $2,500,000 to tho an- filling nil that was promised In thn nual outlay under tho hill. Scripture, died for our sins nnd rose ngaln." Paul goes on to tell exAMERICAN NEWSPAPER plicitly ot many who had seen Jesus y l. or TKpress Sind money by Money Order, Draft, or No Choice as Between Candidates fo ptiuiijie. win- - arA txr crtU The fciw Attn- - your nnmo on label Presidency On This Issue Rooseu whn.1 d.it your KUlwcrUion t chews velt Also Declared Payne Tarpali. If tt Is not chomnxl within Uiiw wwlcs after renewal notify us, iff Law Best Yet. tiixt If ltl4np rnimbra o r notified. FUw prwnhimn will be gliully mirpllwl new d uij pjvmpt renewals. lrnvlum lint. Libra! terms given to any oiw who tain imw subscriptions for in. Any wnHn; its four yearly sirtMCripthMn iwlvn Tho Cltlaen fnro for Wmstef om year. Advwtta!s ntfes on application. MRMUEII dim p. with OP Theodore Hooscvelt Is on record ln three times In public speech" obdorslng the Canadian reciprocity pol one ran Icy of President Taft. This Isstio is for now dead through tho failure or can nda to ratify the trade ngrcement on tho cround that the United Stntes would derlvo tho greatest benefit from Its provisions. Tho fact remains, how ever, that tho farmers of the country nro not generally aware that .Mr. for Roosevelt Canadian live Issue. voted for reciprocity when It was a Canadian reciprocity was by Republicans and Demo so thoroughly approved of crats alike when it was before con press and, ns between Mr Roosevelt Wolves nnd bears kill very few peo- and Mr. Taft. in the present campaign for ple In this country nowadays, but the for the Republican nomination nfter tho resurrection and, most Imdeadly railroad trog gatbers them In president, thero Is no choice on this In Mexico City Suppressed By Madero portant of nil, how he, himself, had right along. Issue. Ambassador Takes Action. seen tho Christ. his public utter efficiency ln tho program of President ln connection with A Los Angeles society host Is going "Last of nil ho was seen of mo ances on tho tariff Mr Roosevelt has Taft, should be asked of congress. Tho Mexico City. Tho government supPRESIDENT TAFT'S saying to gho n submarine ball. Of course, also Joined President Taft In Every depart pressed the newspaperMleraldd, which also. Though I am least of all tho effect was Immediate. the queen of the occasion will be a that the Payne tariff law, while by no ment began work at onco to Invest!' Is owned by an American corporation, saints ln that I persecuted the church, diving belle. means rerfect. Is, nevertheless, "the gate its own expenditures and to de-- under the management of Paul Hud- yet I am what I am, and his graro was Paul curtailing "X' best tariff law yet passed by congress publication of false news not bestowed upon mo In vain." ECONOMY RECORD vlso wnys and means of was that con' son, nlleging to A hen near Tarry town. N. Y., laid was not such a "bad man" from thn travagance. Tho result under tho old system of making such detrimental the Madcro regime. of his time, an egg In a snowdrift. She probablj laws. Of courso President Taft and grrss received the lowest estimates It After fruitless efforts at defiance of accepted moral standards knew that tho cold storage men would Mr. Roosevelt are both now commit had seen In years. This was followed the prohibition Mr. Hudson referred yet ho felt the truth of what Christ get It. anyway. by a reduction In appropriations to tho matter to tho American ambassa- said, viz., that the esjenre of sin N ted to the tariff, commission plan of revising the tariff and Mr. Roosevelt Insists That Government Be Run correspond, always allowing for tho dor, Henry Lane Wilson, who ap- that "they bellevo not on me." A Philadelphia man claims that he has given President Taft credit for na natural growth of the government's proved of his nction. Tbn fact of the resurrection of Jeon Sound Business Basis. knows how to live on one dollar vocatlng this commission plan "from activities, which represented a net Gen. Gonzales Ksplnosa, editor of sus Christ Is tho best proven fact of week. Only weaklings will wish to dls the beginning. saving to the taxpayers ot the roun tho Heraldo, was fined $5 on n charge history. In tho first place tho disrover his secret. try. Mr. Roosevelt's public Indorsements of permitting matter of ciples themselves did not expect JePOLICY President Taft was not, however, detriment to theuntruthful of Canadian reciprocity were as fol STRONG PROGRESSIVE government to be pub- sus to die (John 12:31), hence, ot Several Unlrerslty of Minnesota lows: satisfied that all had been done that lished. course, they never even thought of students arc taking lessons In the could be done. He realized that tho In a speech at Grand Rapids, Mich., The fact that a newspaper owned by tho resurrection (Mark 9:10). In the His Personal Efforts to Reduce Cost departments of tho government, like lumber trade. They are ambitious to Feb. 11. 1911. ho said: an American corporation was singled third placo when on that Easter morn become lumberjacks. "Hero, friends In Michigan, right on of Efficient Service Bring Results-W- ork individuals, nre naturally prone, to bo out for suppression aroused much Mnry reported tho empty tomb and of pe proud ot their own achievements and tho northern frontier, I have tho Done by the Economy comment, the Mexican newspapers having teen tho Lord, tho npoKtlrs congratu by reason of their familiarity with A calamity howler tells us that culiar right to say a word of and Efficiency Comthought It "lillo talk" (Luke 2M1). woman Is twice as expensive now as latlon to you and to all of us upon the their own endeavors, often Insisted having attacked the administration When the women reported having ac mission. viciously nnd published equally unfa that their work was more Important he was seven years ago. but prob likelihood that we shall soon have tually seen him, the men. nnd how vorable news Items. closer reciprocal tariff and trade reably she Is worth It, the other many men tlko to tako Instruction President Taft, more than any of than the work of speaking. In departlations with tho great nation to tho his predecessors ln tho Whlto House, ments, relatively order were unconvinced from a woman, Carnegie Sues. And I feel to correct that evil he asked congress It Is calculated by Prof. JohL ftosler north of us. (Applause.) has given strict attention to placing New York. Andrew Carnegie filed and rather doibted those who had to give him 100,000 for a commission so pleased primarily because I wish that the world Is at .'east 710.000,000 basis the government upon a suit ln tho supreme court to recover conversed with him on tho road to years old. That Is long enough for It to see the two peoples, the Canadian as regards its receipts business and expend! of disinterested experts to investigate $2,000,000 and Interest loaned to the Etnmaus. American, peoples, drawn toand the debts to be outlawed. Economy and efficiency becamo and report on the business of tho gov Carnegio Trust Co. on December 28, Again, when seen by the ten. Thomgether by tho closest ties on a footing tures. crnment with a view to further econone ot tho cardinal policies of his ad omy A man who died of pneumonia was of complete equality of interest and and efficiency. Thus came Into 1909. Mr. Carnegie charges that he as would not accept tho report till (Applause.) I feel ministration as soon as be entered official being the commission ot that loaned tho trust company 2,000 bonds he had seen his bands and his feet found to have a silver spoon In his mutual respect. upon the presidency and It was well of tho United. States Steel Corporation stomach, although be wag net born that It should be one of the cardinal for the country that this was eo, for name. Arguments Dated on Unbelief. policies of this republic to establish This commission, among other du worth $1,000 each, with Interest-bea- r with ono In his mouth. All argumeats to convince us that his administration inherited a deficit tho very closest relations of good will In was directed to prepare the re Ing coupons. The Carnegie Trust Co. Jesus did not rise aro based upon tin- the treasury of 58,000,000, which tics, Burglars stole $26 worth of perfum and friendship with the Dominion of has now been transformed to a sur ceipts and expenditures of the gov' suspended early In 1911. belief nnd tho answer of countless (Applause.) ery and $60 worth of candy. crnment on n "budget" Is No Canada." plus of $30,000,000. millions throughout nearly twenty The average clti the system followed by basis, which all Italian King's Dentist. speech before the Republican practically In a wonder Prof. Sballer Matthews say taxpayer will bo Interested in Iloston. Dr. Henry Francis Heimt centuries has been tho words of Paul city, delivered at zen and Club of New York the world Is being feminized. (vero 20) but "Now Is Christ risen this fact because the problem which the leading nations of the world eX' the Lincoln Day dinner at the Waldorf confronted the president at the outset ccpt the United States. Under this dentist to the king of Italy, was grant from the dead." To deny Is to bo lost ed a divorce from Irma Illanchc In The Urooklyn church that keeps Hotel on Feb. 13. 1911. he said: although upon a gigantic scale, was system It Is possible, for the humblest the fog, our preaching vain, and burglar Rlarms on Its "poor boxes' "I want to say how glad I am at the similar to that ot the ordinary shop- citizen to analyze tho finances of tho Wright Helms, in tho Suffolk superior wo havo no ground of faith. Sen government at any time and to lay his court, on the ground of gross and con- may have more or less faith In hu way In which the members of the club keeper or business man, farmer or finger upon To accept Is to placo a verses the responsible political Ormed habits of Intoxication. A cross firm foundation inanity, but It Is taking no chances. here tonight responded to the two ap wage-earnor even housewife, who our underneath charging whole peals made to them to uphold the is called upon to make "both ends party ln tho event of extravagance or libel filed by Mrs. Helms Christian scheme, to set tlia Tho system under nonsupport ami cruel and abusive Possibly the preacher who said that hands of President Taft. both In his meet" either In business or la tho ot stinginess. seal of authority and purity upon thn which appropriations for tho govern' treatment wan dltmlseed. a girl should not be courted more effort to secure reciprocity with Can home. llfo of him whom all men, Jew nnd ment of the United States have been than six hours a week has had expert ada, nnd In his effort to secure the By law the secretary of the treasury Gentllo alike, say wan good, and opens fortification of tho Panama Canal, enco with daughters, and gas bills. Is called upon every year to submit to made has even defied the experts in their endeavors to unravel the tangled CINCINNATI MARKETS a vista of hope for all who dlo In tha "And In addition to what has been congress ln December the "estimates' Lord. The Denver Times has discovered said about reciprocity with Canada I of governmental expenditures for tho skeins of expenditures, so that It Is Paul goes on to show that tho resa fair statement to say that no citizen would like to make this point: It next fiscal year beginning the follow that sauerkraut promotes longevity Wheat-N- o. 2 red $ 1, 04 O 1.06. No. 3 urrection of Jesus Is tho beginning of Probably It does kill all the germs should always be a cardinal point in ing July 1. As congress has to pro- of this country up to the present tlmo 4 red S5c$l. a plan whereby nil tho human raco In the house while It Is being cooked. our foreign policy to establish the vide the money to run the government has ever thoroughly understood whero red $10103, No. Corn .No. 2 whlto 7707Se. No. 3 who aro related to Christ shall likemost friendly relations of tho money has to be appropriated for his taxes were expended. closest and whlto 72f74Hc. No. 2 yellow 76ff77c, wise bo resurrected. Tho economy and efficiency commisThat story of a man who preferred equal respect and advantage with our specific purposes beforo It can be ex no. i yellow i&jt 760, No. 4 yellow 72 tho transgression of Even as through ono man sin death to leaving Chicago Inspired great neighbor on the north. And pended and It this were not done be sion has already saved to the tax- 074Vic. .no. . mixed 72A74c. No. 3 Immediately curiosity to learn to tail the reciprocity arrangement be- fore the beginning ot the fiscal year payers of tho country more than $3,- - mixed 74'4076'ic. No. 4 mixed 72M.fi raino upon tho whole human rare, ln what fearful place they Intended tak cause It represents an effort to bring the machinery of government would 000,000 annually by Its suggestions 74c, white car 7507Sc, mixed ear 75jf like manner by the perfect life of obedlenco upon tho part of ono man log him. about a closer, a more Intimate, a stop unless emergency provision and by tho time It has completed Its i sc. yellow oar 7GJi9c. Oats No. 2 whlto 57 ft 57 Kc. stand wo may all bo mado alive. work It Is believed ten times this more friendly relationship of mutual could be made. sum can be saved annually to the tax- ard whlto 56057c, No. 3 whlto 560 propose now that ther advantage on equal terms between Paul makes a strong contrast beHow Estimates Are Made. &biC .no. 4 wnito fi4ii5Cc. No. 2 mix got rid of their pigtails and the Canada and the United States." have Tho "estimates" are prepared by payers. In the matter of railroad faro cd C6if56Uc. No. 3 mixed 56c, No. i tween tho death of tho believer and Manchus to wear such clotbss as At Sioux City, Iowa, on September the executivo departments ot which for government officials alone. It has mixed 54 & 56c. that of tho "If I fight white men wear. We hope they will 3, 1910, Mr. Roosevelt said: Hay No, 1 timothy $2Sff2.X.25. No with beasts nt Ephesus what advaneach member of tho cabinet Is head. found that $12,000,000 was expended in a single year at the highest pre 2 timothy $26.60T2C.7C. No. 3 tlmothv tage does that have? Lot us eat and pleased with The cabinet officers get the "csti I was particularly refrain from calling them "pants." what the president (Taft) said In his mates" ln their respective depart vailing railroad rates. At least a $24.50025.50, No. 1 clover mixed $20 drink, for tomorrow we die." Not no, "Tho mirror has done more to ad letter on tho subject of the tariff com' ments from their chiefs of Wreaus fourth of this can bo saved by tho V27, cloved mixed $24.50Sf 25.50. No. 1 however, with tho Christian, hencn ho i vance the human race than any other mission. A number of senators and and then combine them as the "esti application ot business methods such clover $26020.50, No. 2 clover $2526. exhorts the Christians to bo awako " cattle Slow and 15c to 25e lower to righteousness and to sin not. Invention." says a scientist. Which congressmen bavo for some years ad mates" for the department. The "es as President Taft has applied and has may be accounted for In the fact that vocated this as the proper method of timates" from all departments aro Insisted shall bo applied to all tho de on all grades. Shippers $5.S6ff7.10, Only Friends Saw Him. extra ll loci'T.aa: butcher steers, ox people seldom toll; when they are look- dealing with the tariff, and I am glad then sent to the secretary of the partments of the government. m $6,600 6.S5, good to choice $5.50ff For the younger classes ILIh story lug lu mirrors - treasury to b that the country now seems nwakh.iQ, common to fair $4.50jf5,35; heif submitted to congress, ers, extra $0.6036.60, good to choiro of tho first Easter Is n most fascinatened to tho Idea that a tariff commis and they then become tho "estimates" TAFT DELEGATES They arc golng-t$5.S5flC.40. common to fair $3.50Jf ing ono, dramatic, tender, limpirlng. establish a school sion offers the only solution of the for tho cost of running the entire gov President Taft had on March 15, 5.75: cows, extra $5.40ff5.65, good to For tho older pupils wo may well dis for umpires In Hoston. Exactly what problem which Is both rational and ernment during the next fiscal year, the instruction will be Is not plain Insures the absence of Jobbery. The Upon these figures congress lattkcs 1913, tho following instructed dele choice $4.3blt 5,2!i, common to fair $2if cuss, How Easter would bo observed. Havo wo fully realized that wa but It will probably be more con- - president (Taft) from tho beginning the greater part ot Its annual appro gates to tho Republican national con- 1.2b; canners, $2Si.:, Hulls Steady, llologna inrlnu than that conveyed from tho advocated this commission. . . . priations amounting to more than one vention, which will meet at Chicago extra $ft.4uy 5.5U, rat bulls $4.5005.35. nro "risen with Christ?" Remember $505.50. ho showed himself only to his friends, on June 19, 1913, as follows: bleachers by objurgations and pop- There is another feature of tho billion dollars annually. Calves Opened 25c to 50c owcr: not to l'llato nor to tho Sanhedrim. Alabama 18 bottles. tariff law and points our course In the closing dull and wenk, 76c to $1 lower. Until 190S a moro or less lax meth Aro you his friend? 2 Hato you seen right direction, the maximum and ods of making estimates for tho an- District of Columbia ;xtra $8.250S,75, fair to good $7 tho risen Ix)rd? A description of 12 8.60, common nnd largo $3.5007, Mane fni princes saved their pen minimum provision, and here again I nual appropriations obtained through- Florida 22 slons but not their faces. Hogs Active packers and butchers Holy Flro" of tho Greek Christians wish to point out that the value of the out tho government, Tho figures sent Georgia who gathered each with his taper in C 6c higher: light Bhlpucrs nnd pIks 10c Iowa provision has depended largely upon to congress each year, Instead ot showHeavy hogs $S.05O8.10, good tho church nt Jerusalem on Easter 2 higher. A Denver preacher tells us that tho the excellent work dono by tho ad ing Indications ot a careful "pruning" Indiana Michigan hugging Is what makes dancing popu- ministration In tho negotiations with all along the line, showed 2 to choice, packers nnd butchers $8.05 Sabbath, and how each pasncs the flro there was a packers $7.95OS.05. on to another or mixed 4 08.10, lar. If he thinks lie has enld anything tho Dominion of Canada, which wero disposition among tho departments to Missouri stags $40 6. common to cholco heavy back to his homo carries It sacredly new, we are too considerate to deprive tho most difficult of all, and yet In vie with each other In getting as New Moxlco 7 church, would bo tat sows latri.iu, extra T.26. light 4 him of his fond Illusion. my eyes the most Important, because large appropriations as possible Oklahoma shippers $707.S5; pigs (110 lbs nnd approprlalo In order to Illustrate tho 2 less) $506.85. fact that each ono of us must apI esteem It of vital consequence that without considering whether or not Philippines South Carolina A Connecticut couple 14 who have we should always be on relations of the money demanded could be advanSheep Strong. Extra $4.6504.76. propriate Christ In his resurrection been married seventy-seve14 good to cholco $4.2504.60, common to power, und having appropriated years de- the highest friendship and eood will tageously expended during the coming Tennessee his llfo wo are In duty bound to puss on clare that a cross word has never with our great and growing neighbor year. There was no standardization Virginia u fair $204.25. Lambs-rStronExtra $8.25. good this knowledge to others. Paul show. passed between them. Uefore long it In the north." of supplies and tho various departmay be necessary to provide veteran Total 131 to choice $7.7608.75, common to fair od his gratltudo by "laboring moro At Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on ments wero paying varying prices tor Necessary for a choice membership In tho Ananias club. abundantly." 639 $4.0507.60, spring lambs 701U'. tho same day, Mr. Roosevelt discussed tho same article. In other words, It might bo well for us to draw nt. the tariff question ln general, after business methods did not obtain In Famous Ocean Pier Is Burned. It Is easy to select Immortals that having gone over his speech carefully the government activities and there tentlon to No. Brass Band. Atlantic City, N. J. Young's famous ion eervlco tho fact thnt are dead, but to select 40 that are liv- with Senator Dolllver of Iowa, and In was no conservation of the resources "shows forth hla denth till Ilrass bands and megaphones have Ocean Pier caught flro and was almost ing Is a task no one covets. tho course ot his remarks ho said; of the treasury department. not been needed to herald the accom- entirely destroyed. Tho loss Is esti- he como ngaln." and baptism Is symI think that tho present tariff What President Taft Did. plishments of tho administration of mated at $400,000. Tho flro for a tlmo bolic of his death and resurrection A hotel has been sued because one (Payne law) is hotter than the last Utom. GM), wherein wo arn to wnlW As soon as President Taft took office President All of Taft. ot the guilts was disabled by the (Dlngley law), and considerably bet this system ceased. At the outset achievements for which the tho great threatened Young's hotel, facing It, In newness of llf, nud that at hla president worth halt a million dollars, and tho coming a waiter, lie was a ter thnn the one before the last (Mc carelessness of ngaln all enemies ihnll tm 'resident Taft impressed upon his s directly rcsponsiblo young one, and made a slip through a Klnley law); but It has certainly fail- cabinet officials the absolute necessity complished quietly andhave been ac Dunlop hotel and Savoy theator, In its subject to Iho Christ. That these are without the near vicinity. Tho firemen, however, desire to be prompt. ed to give general satisfaction." of economy and efficiency ln their de lightest semblance of noise or blus managed to control tho flumes. Guests great truths w all know, yet "even the least" may have ti part In tolling From these quotations from Mr. partments. He admonished them that ter. The voters ot the country The experiment of feeding whisky Roosevelt's speeches It Is, therefore, not a dollar beyond what was neces- played their faith In President dis- in Young's hotel lied In a punlc In their the glorious Easter story aud that we Taft night clothes. Visitors In other hotels need not to the monkeys In the Cincinnati zoo apparent that there can bo no choice sary to run the government efficiently dwell at tho cross but r and his policies In 1908, and they arc near by, alarmed by tho glare, got will be watched with Interest. As as between President Taft and Mr, in the departments, Including a on nnd behold an empty tomb and fair prepared to again register their al ready to quit at the first sign ot whisky makes monkeys of men, will It Roosevelt on thtse Issue. worahlp n risen Christ whn margin tor progrg which is a part ot legiance to his caus. iu. snake men of monkeys? th atd rnakaUi latcrccsiloni for ua, KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION. , 12-1er - ur April 4, 1912. THE CITIZEN. MANY WANT JUDQE8HIP. Qeners! Scramble for Appointment New Franklin Circuit. In Page Three. DELEGATES FOR DEMAND SUGAR FROM OLD KENTUCKY Maysvillo. Elijah Hughes, 17, has been held to the grand Jury on the ennrgo or cutting Joseph Armbruster In GARNERING TAFT IN THEIR COFFEE PRISONERS 8AV TMATBEVERAQE 13 FLAT AND UNPALATABLE, AND RAISE REMONSTRANCE. GIRL HURT IN BALLON FALL Miss Mary Rogers Serlouily Injured at Sky Car Rathe to Ground Cosl Operators Promised More Cars. Lexington. county Jull Ih ' Jailer John Ilandolph that ono of the prisoners who Owentboro Official Keeps Promise had made the complnlnl to tho county Made to Council. Judge had gained 20 pounds slnco Owensboro. The recall was not being committed early In tho year to necessary in the case of Samuel , serve a six months' term. All of tho prosecutor of the Owensboro lift prisoners, except tho complaining was police court, who arrested nine, either tacitly or In words Ind- charged with drunkenness, as Hans-buricated that they were satlslled with sent his resignation to Mnyor the fare, Iainhcrt n few hours later. One making Its Uion the commltteo month ago Salisbury was arrested In County Judge Scott admonished a raid mado by tho police on a gambJailer Rallenger that be must furnish ling room, lie was lined $20 In pohis enforced guests with good and lice court nud Impeachment proceednmple food, and the latter assured ings were begun In the city council him that he had and would do so. against him. He appeared before tho council and asked for one moro GIRL HURT IN BALLOON FALL. chance, declaring that he would re sign If he could not conduct himself Mlts Mary Rogers Seriously Injured with the proper amount of dignity. In 'Flight Accident. Ho was given tho chance and ho kept Iulsvllle- - Tossed about by u his word about resigning. Sansbury Laswell. high wind, a balloon in which Miss will bo succeeded by J. Lyons, daughter of Mary Rogers Mrs. V L. Lyons of IOuUville, with n BOY FATALLY WOUNDS OFFICER. party of friends, had been Tnvlorsvlllc.- - The case of the comIn Helglum, was dashed to tho ugalnst John S. Trunx, ground with such force that Miss monwealth I.)ons suffered fractures of two of tho charged with the murder of "Colobones In one of her ankles. Tho ac- rado"' Orant, Is attrartlng great atcident occurred at Tho Hague, and tention. It Is probable that n Jury news of it readied Mrs. Lyons re- enmut be secured In this county and from cently She will leave I.nuluvlllo for venires will be summoned August llrussels. Ilelglum. where the Injured neighboring counties. young woman Is conllncd to the home "Colorado" Cratit, proprietor of a dog and pony show, was giving a series of a friend. Meuger details of the accident havo of Bhows here. On the evening of been recelvixl here. According to the August 4 Trunx, with his family, was information received hero, MIsh Ly- In tho audience. It Is alleged bo was reprimanded by (Jrant for boisterous ons was visiting friends nt Oudon-nrda small town near llrussels, behavior and was finally ordered out when she was Induced to become ti of the tent. At the close of the pertho tent member of a balloon party. They formance Truax had been soaring among the clouds and going behind tho scenes became lor some time, presumably, when n engaged In a quarrel with Orant Tho high wind sprang up and immediately two men clinched nnd tho killing folThe widow has engaged the man In charge of the "airship" lowed. hegan to cast about for a suitable Judge Gilbert and Attorney George place to ninko a landing. The party Picket to assist in tho prosecution. had almost reached terrn Anna when INDICTED. n gust of wind caught the balloon and hurled It to tho ground with great Mayflohl.The grand Jury returned force. .Miss Lyons, however, wbb tho only person who received severe In- - two Indictments, one against ex- Slieilff W. I.. Brand and ono against Jnry, o far as was learned here. .1. N. Harris, charging each Following tho nccldent, she was taken (o a hospital near tho scene, with embezzlement. On tho where she spent tho night. The bills are tho nftermath of nn following day she was removed to the Investigation of tho former officials' home of a friend In BrutiseU. It Is books regarding tho collection of said her Injury Is not likely to cripple taxes not cot tilled to by tho county clerk. her permanently. Mr. Harris settled all claims against him In paying to tho county TO HAVE MORE CARS. fiscal court $7,000 and the indictment PiUovllle. At tho conference be- was a surprUo In both instances. Chesa-peaktween the coal operators and Theso Indictments camo from tho & Ohio olllclals at hustucBS same evidence that was used In tho men's headquarters. Vice President filing of the suits for legal action Cnples or thu Chesapeake & Ohio as- ng.ilnst these two men. sured tho coal operators that within Hlekmnn. E. D. Johnson nud J. S a short time tho physical condition of tho railroad would bo improved be- Maildox will start a cotton glu here, yond their reasonable expectations. making three In this city. The otHclals assured tho operators llowllne (Ireen. The thut shortage In cars would he remTho coal oper- society will meet here April C. A banedied Immediately. ators arc grently pleased over tho re- quet at the Moruhead house will bo a feature. sult of the conference. d Sans-buryy rt sight-seein-o dealrod by nlno of tlin DiiJro prison crB, ami they sent a letter to County JiiiIko J. Percy Scott, complaining of tlu fowl Riven them. Judge Hrott luv mediately ordered an Investigation, Ttiii cemnl.iln.intH. with one vnlen. clnrcd that thu coffeo wns not Btrong enough unil on soma days It did not havu migar In IL Thuy complained generally that the food was not mitln fHctory In iiuallty or quutitlty. Uu the other hand ono of tho prisoners In tho name rage nld that ho did not llko his coffee too iitroni; und prefcrrod nt migar In It, and still another prls oner, who declared that ho had served 13 KenlcsccR in six different Jails, khIiI that the Lexington feed Jail's wan the lKst ho had received In any of the hIx. Jailor W. T. Bullcnger, when nues' tinned by tho commltteo of moglatrates who made tho Investigation, In- Hinted that ho furnished good and ample food twlro a day, at 8 and 2 o'clock, nnd xald that tho only com plaint thnt had been made to hi in by the prisoners wait when ono day, on account of repairs to the Jail range, ho had been compelled to give them baker's bread Instead of tho corn cake nnd light rolls which ho usually furnished. Ho admitted that his sugar supply had run out for two days, but italil that thia had been renewed. The bill of fnro nt tbo not up to tho standard Bhclbyvllle. Suit has been fllod In tho Shelby circuit court by S. II. Knsh, revenue agont for tho against his attorney, J. P. Whlttlngtll, to requlro him to produco and flic an Itemized statement of all cases which ho ever Instituted or i'roscciitd In tho namo of the plaintiff, and all tho sums upon which ho ercr collected money growing out of his employment; and It Is prayed thnt tho case bo referred to tho master commissioner of tho court, who shall bo directed to mako n full nnd complete settlement of tho accounts between the plaintiff and defendant, with costs nnd alt proper relief. Tho petition recites Hint 8. II. Knsh entered Into n written contract with J. P. Whlttlnglll to act ns his attorney In the Institution and prosecution of certain revenue nnd taxation cases against alleged dclluiUont taxpayers of tho Sixth, Eighth, Ninth nnd Eleventh congressional districts, by tho terms of which Whlttlnglll was to have 60 per cent of the amounts collected and plaintiff 10 per cent, and snys thnt thereupon Whlttlnglll Instituted mnny milts within the district mentioned, nnd collected from many taxpayers without suits, vnrlons sums of money, the oxaot amount of which tho plaintiff Is unable to state, but ho says that upon oach of tho Bcvcral nmounts colloctod he Is entitled to 40 per cent thereof. Ho Ba) s Whlttlnglll owo.4 him at least J 5,000 by way of commissions which ho collected and appropriated to his own use, nnd refuses a statement ns to tho places where tho several amounts were collected. Prompt service was had ou Mr. Whlttlnglll, who wntt in tho city, a fact of which bo said he had previously advised Mr. Kash, which accounts for tho suit being Hied in this court. Mr, Whlttlnglll Is now ou his way South on n business trip, but says his answer to the suit will be filed shortly. He denies that $5,000, or any part of It, ,1s duo Mr. Kash. ntato-nt-larg- Berea Printing School Department of Berea College (The Citizen it a specimen of our work.) PRINTS HEADS, HAND-BILL- February. Hodgonvlllo. Lewis Henry Mather, young eon or u. M. Mather, fell from a pllo of tiling, fracturing an arm and dislocating tho elbow. Ulnsgow. Robert Wood of Bristle-tow-n fell ngnlnst n hot stove and ro- sclvcd serious burns ubout the faco and hands. LETTERREPORTS, SER- CARDS, Henderson. Howard James, 22, was arrested hero on tho etiargo of deserting from Co. I), Twenty-nintInfantry. He enlisted In Lima, O. h MONS AND BOOKS IN THE BEST MANNER, LOWEST AND AT PRICES. young Lexington. A class of 31 men ami women will n graduated from Morton high school, this city, at iho closo of tho present term In Juuc. Howling Oreen. Tho local organi zation of women suffragettes Is ar ranging for a lectura which will bo delivered shortly In this city by Miss t.auru Clay, sold 20 acroR of what Is known as tho Sin-eoAnderson farm In tho West Ixiu caster auburbn to W. It. Moss fur $127. CO per ucrc. patronago U ukei to help students, nnd to insura your getting your money's worth. Your CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND ORDERS BY MAIL. Y01T WILL GET SATISFACTION. TERMS CASIL ADDRESS a well-know- n MR. TAFT'S campaign for rcnomlnatlon William B. McKlnley of Illinois, Washington by with Loroy T. Vernon, correspondent, as chief of publicity. Is being conducted Berea Printing School BEREA, KY. Iincaster. Taylor Itamey n 82 JED, GAS DEAD W. IN MI OF IN DECISIVE AND BATTLE CLASH REBELS Madero Foes Union Lancaster.- - The Karmora' Supply company has bought a plot of ground at Lowell, a northeast Garrard village, on which It Intends to ELEVEN locato a general merchandise storo. VA- - SHAFT SCENE EXPLOSION AND INSTANT DEATH. FEDERALS NEAR JIMINEZ. Houses to Rent To those who have children to edu- Declares He Has Crushed One of His Generals Commits Suicide. A ESCAPE THE BLAST Mexico City, Mcx. decisive Panning nnd gardening general In this vicinity will be at least 30 days behind the crops of last year on account of the late winter and continued cold weather. Hickman. In Cnrrollton. Both tho Ohio and Kentucky rivers urn rliiiitr ranldlv at this place, and tho residents of the lower part of the city are alarmed at the prospect of an overflow. Carlisle. Klder Bela Metcalfe, a leading minister of the Christian church, living here, has accepted tho call recently extended him to become the pastor of the Concord Christian PROSECUTOR RESIGNS. church. Paducah. After writing a noto containing the arrangements for her funeral nnd burial, Mrs. Mary Ann Rudolph. 6."i, swallowed a doso oi morphine. She was found dead at her home nenr Sho had been despondent for several days. Fulton. Miss Wnvel McFadden, for several years manager of tho Western Union telegraph olllce In this city, has resigned her position and Is succeeded by M. W. Lewis, formerly manager of the Western Union olllce here. Hickman. All preliminary arrangements aro being made for tho extension of tho Chicago, Memphis & Gulf railroad, the new railroad built Into Hickman last fall from Hickman tc Metropolis, III. It Is hardly expected the lino will be extended the entire distance this year. Whitesburg. The case of the commonwealth against G. Wash Morgan In tho Perry circuit court at Hazard, charged with tho murder of Deputy United States Marshal F. M. Blair and the serious wounding of Deputy Sheriff J. D. Blair on tho Letcher-Perrborder threo months ago, was called and continued until the July term of court. y Sayleravllle. In a light here, Charles May, 17, and William P. Day, 111, were shot and killed by Harry Haybourn, 19, who was himself fatally stabbed. Tho three young men vero cousins. Tho light originated over a trivial matter and friends attempted to prevent IL but finding their efforts useless stood by and let the fatal affair proceed. battle betweft federal Mexican troops and rebels In the vicinity Thirty-Thre- e Recovered-Res- cue Bodies ot Jlmlnez bas ended. This la reCars Rushed to Town-F- ive ported from many sources. Theso reMen Killed When Sawmill ports, however, aro contradictory as oiler Explodes. to the result. The Mexican governEighty-twmen ment bas received an official dlspatcn Blucflcld, W. Va, to tho effect that tbe rebels were routwere killed by a gas explosion In tho ed, and President Madero In on InterJed Coal and Coko company's mine view last night said It meant tho at Jed, W. Va., six miles from here. breaking of tho rebel cause, lie said Only eleven men escaped alive and rebel losses In killed and wounded one of theso died within an hour after would reach 1,000 men. being brought to the surface. A special dispatch originating at Thlrty-threbodies havo been lo- Torfcon sent to El Imparclal at Mexwill have them cated and tbe rescuers ico City nnd bearing evidence of beout shortly. ing authentic, reported that tho fedWhen tho explosion took place probreably only tbo eleven men working at erals had been defeated and that betreating government soldiers wero the foot of the shaft bad a chance for ing mobilized there. their lives. They readily made their Both reports contain tbo fact that way up tho cages which were not Gen. Gonzales Salas, former minister damaged. Though some of tbo blades of the of war, committed suicide nfter his In bad fans were shattered, they continued command had been routed. to operate, with tho fortunato result repute, ho resigned bis portfolio to hoping to rehabilitate that enough air was present to admit take thoIn field, eyes himself tbo of his countrymen. searching parties Immediately. 'The government troops have scored Less than half an hour after the news of tho explosion had been com- a dccislvo victory," declared Presireports municated to this placo relief meas dent Madero. "Our latest ures were being taken. Oxygen hel- show a complete defeat ot tbo rebels were near Corralltos, their losses In dead, mets nnd other nppllanccs rushed from tho plant of the United wounded and captured accounting tor States Coal and Coko company, a 1,000 of their men. It has been a hard United States Steel corporation mine won victory, but It means tbo breaknear by; a government mine rescue ing of tho rebel power. For tho rash car en roulo to Huntington. W. Va.. act of General Salas we have only rewas turned back on telegrnphic or gret. It was not necessary." ders from Washington and another BOY CAPTURED IS car was started from Pittsburgh. Tbe ALLEN first car reached hero shortly after noon. The experts Immediately con- Claude, Son of Floyd, Caught Near ceded that all In the mlno wero dead. Home Three Other Outlaws State mine Inspectors promptly or Are Surrounded. ganized rescuo parties and began the exploration of levels. As tho gases Hlllsvllle, Va. Claude Allen, the began fifth of tho Allen gang of Carroll wero cleared out and they searches of the lower levels they Im- county, was arrested in tho mountains mediately began to come upon min- three miles from the homo of bis faers who had been killed almost In- ther, Floyd Allen, who Is In Jail at stantly. Other mines near by sent ex- Roanoke recovering from wounds reperienced foremen to lead hundreds ceived during the sbcotlng In the of olunteor rescuers who flocked to courtroom. the scene as the news spread about Detectives received a tho countryside message from Mount Airy, N. C, stating that SIdna Allen, Wesley Edwards PHILIP HICHB0RN A SUICIDE and Frcil Allen are surrounded In tbe mountains, with no chance of escape. Claude Allen when captured was Despondency Over Wife's Elopement armed with two pistols, but offered no Supposed to De Cause or Washresistance. He was taken to Roanington Millionaire's Act. oke for safo keeping. o o e cate and wish to reside in Berea for a longer or snorter time to enjoy lt educational advantages, the College lias a number of houses, large and small, some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable terms. Address THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. THE Berea Hospital Nurse Training School of Berea College HAS BEST OPERATING ROOM AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER OP PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREATMENT GREATLY INCREASES PROSPECTS OF RECOVERY. Rntc3 Ono Dollar a day and up. Bond for prompt payment required. For 'further particulars address THE BEREA HOSPITAL BEREA, KY. f L ad. i3 directed at the who has all the business in his line in Bowling Green. -- - Robert Martin, the son of S. 11. Martin of tho Threo Porks neighborhood, was brought to this city to undergo the Pasteur treat this city to undergo the Pasteur treatment at the bacteriological laboratory of the statu board ct health. Tho young man was bitten by ti dog near his homo last week, Several other persons from different parts of the state are hero receiving tho sarao LOSES treatment. Tho linemen of thu Versailles. Fnyetto Homo Telephouo company hero aro on a strike. They asked for a raise In wuges from $2.25 to $2.50 a day, which increase tho company had given to tho linemen In reFayette county, Tho company fused to uccedo to their demnndo on tho ground, It Is said, that the rate the company received for telephones In this county were too low to justlf tliolr paving moro than $2.25. Thu men thou walked out. Bowling Green. The canning factory, which has been saut down for severnl your, will resume operations Arrangements havo been In June. mado with tho Struwber-- y association to use Its surplus crop. Contracts have been innde for auroral hundred acres of tomatoeB. a Philip Hlcbborn, millionaire In his own right and n member of one of tho oldest nnd wealthiest families In Washington, was found dead In his bathroom, having shot himself with a re Despondency caused by his volver. wife running oft with Horace Wylle, a prominent clubman, Is presumed to havo been tliOjCauso of tho suicide. Mrs. Hlcbborn Is a beautiful wom years old. Both an, about thirty-fivHlcbborn and Wyllo wero over forty years old. The eloping couplo aro supposed to be In Kurope. Washington. e THIS ITALIANS 3,527 LOSE TO TURKS In Men Fall In Fierce Battle Tripoli Location Not Given. In London. The Turkish army Tripoli has achieved a great victory over tho Italian army, whoso losses wero twenty-seveofficers aud 3,500 men killed and wounded, according to the report of tho Turkish commander at Bengazl, received hero from a special correspondent at tho Turkish headquarters. Tho location ot tho battle Is not given In tho report, which says that tho entire camp equipment of tho Itallomptalnt of Mrs. Helen Fuld Dwelle ians fell Into tho hands of tho Turkish Against Wisconsin Leather Manutroops. facturer Dismissed. Tho Turkish commander says tho New York. Supreme Court Justice casualties among the Turkish aud Gerard dismissed n suit for damages Arab troops numbered only 150 killed brought by Mrs. Helen Fuld Dwelle, and wounded. also known as Mrs. Jenkins, against Illinois Jurist Is Stain. Nathan Allen, the Wisconsin leather manufacturer, and tho detectlvo Arm Greenville. Miss Judgo Trogdon of of Mooney & Boland nrlslng out of Pnrts. HI., was lllftnntlv killed bv a by Sumner fired the taking by Allen of securities, revolver shot Jewelry and other valuables which Rhoades. also of Paris, but who had wero In a safe deposit box and which been ou tho Trogdon plautatlou sev Mrs. Jenkins said wero hers. eral months. NATHAN ALLEN SUIT this community. J Mr. Merchant You say you've got it all. You're selling them all they'll buy, anyhow. But at the same timo you would like more business. J Make this community buy more. J 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 at your ad. Talk And strong on washtubs. you'll find every woman in this vicinity who has been getting along with a rickety washtub for years and years will buy a new one from you. J That's creative business power. OURo AD. RATES ARE RIGHT CALL ON U3 d'opiruti:, rfthuenh, Tho case against Frank I,. lAnsor In tho circuit court ut Paris, Tenn., whero ho Is charged with obtaining money by falso pretenses, was continued until tho July who lives here, was term. arrested recently on tho charge of obtaining: money by false pretonscs while ho was agent for an Insurance, company. Frasklln. nnnouMi-s fair Secretary J. A. Crowdua thut tho Simpson county will ba held August , Inclusive. Paducah.Tho finance committee of the general council and Mayor T. N, Ilazellp nro considering tho Instal lation of tho Ilortlllou system for the pollco department. Oeorge S. Mo Cormlck, representative of tho Ynw-ma- n & Erbo Manufacturing company, Rochester, iN. Y la hero and says tho syotem can be installed for $600, and bo added to Inter. Descriptions of the murderers of Olllo I". Hugger to the number of 25,000 are lielug printed and will bo sent ull over tho United States. Pass Arizona Recall Bill. Phoenix, Arlz.Tho bill submitting tho Judiciary recall amendment to tho people at tho next general election has passed tho lower bouse of tho Arizona legislature, An Identical bill Is In tho hands ot tho scnato committee on constitutional amendments. Rochester Tailors May Strike. Rochester. N. Y. Max J. Sllliuskl, a national organizer of tho United Journeymen Tailors of America, has presented n demand for recognition of wage union tabor nnd n minimum scale to local manufacturers, and threatens a strike. Banana Famine Seems Likely, 'r w- - u-- ' TRADE MORAL The quality 1 Richmond. James 0ltland of WinOperate on Senator Taylor, chester,, while attempting to board a tVnutiltictnn. Senator Tnvlor nt freight train hero fell under the Tennessee underwent an operation for wheels. Ono leg waB so badly Injured gnilstones nnu u was pronouueeu sue-that amputation was found to H COSKiui. iiopos nuw uiu for bis recovery. Puerto Cortez, Honduras. Thu Ion drought along tho north coast ot Hon dura has burned tho banana crop a. most to a crisp. Planters aro die biarlcncd. what you have to sell Is known to some people all of the time and all of the people some ol the timo, but advertise regularly with us and you'll reach all of the people all of the tima. Page Four. THE CITIZEN. April 4, gi2. W. Reduso' and B. Nuform Corsets are mad World-know- of n Fabrics for their ml fm DURABILITY and STRENGTH COYLE'S DRY GOODS STORE You pay less or get mora o o oooooooooooooooooooooooooo LOCAL PAGE NEWS a o A OF BEREA. AND VICINITY,, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES Mr. Balrd o ooooooooooooooooioooooooooo Jesse to Lancaster, attend the funeral DR. BEST, Saturday, friends. wentreturned, Tues his DENTIST CITY I'HONK 153 Office over Berea Bank &, Trust Co. 2 DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock INSURANCE Will sign your bond. Phone 505 Richmond, Ky. LAN. TIME TABUE. North Beund Looal 10:66 p. m. 7:00 a. m. KnoxvUle BEREA. 1:04 p. m. J: 61 a. m. C:30 p. 7:46 a. m. Cincinnati Soatfc Bound Looal 4:30 a. m. Cincinnati I: IS p. in. BEREA 12:34 p. m. 11:13 a. in. KaoxvtUe 1:66 p. m. 6:6 a. to of one of Ho clay. Mr. E. H. Muncy was In Richmond, Monday, on business. Mr. Roy Dunn and Mr. Thos. Logs don made a business trip to Rich mond, Monday. Mr. Walter Englc was In Cincinnati from Saturday until Monday on business. Mrs. Ernbcrg returned to Cin cinnati, Thursday, where sho has charge of tho Derca exhibit of fireside industries at "The World." Last Wednesday another car load came to Welch's. This of buggies makes two cars this year and another one yet to come. You cant miss It if you wantod to when you go to Welch's. Miss Cameron was called to Detroit this week on account of tho Illness of one of her relatives. Miss Bird, who has been assisting months In tho Library for several left, this week, for Zanesvllle, O. has Tho latest Improved Caloric Porcelain Enameled cooking compartmentsReal Aluminum Covers and a Patented Ventilating Valve all of them real points of superiority, not to be had on any cheap, make-shif- t, "Cooker." Douglas, Simmons and Deatherage, Richmond, Ky. Chas. Aiken left, Saturday, for Toledo, O., where ho Is visiting home-folfor a few days. Mr. Homer Campbell, of Madlson-vlllO., who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Chas. Burdette, returned home, Monday. Mr. Howard DUney left for Harlan last Friday, where ho will be employed for some time. ladles' class of the Tho young Christian Sunday School gave a party, Monday night, Inviting their gentlemen friends. Refreshments were serv ed and an excellent time reported. Mr. E. C. Holllday, a real estate man of Winchester, was in Berea, e, Express Trmlu Stop to take oa and let off gers from beyond Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and beyond. oat CtaolaaaU UBRJiA BEREA. 1:0 Brail a. sa. Bo nod u:44 a. North 4:46 p. m. 6:37 p. m. Cincinnati EGGS from Single Comb Brown Leghorns, 60 cents per 16. SIMON MUNCY, Berea, Ky. Every Caloric Fireless Cookstove is completely equipped with Real aluminum cooking utensils; bread 160 and plo baking racks, tongs, age cook book and a full set of radiators. Demonstration continues till Saturday, April 6. Douglas, Simmons and Deatherage, Richmond, Ky. Miss Maude Parker and 'Miss Hetty Bell Brcokshlro of Lexington visited Miss Edna Early Uie latter part of last week. Also, Miss Mclntyre of Pennsylvania who has been in school hero spent a few days with Miss Early before leaving for her home. We tell you what our buggies are and then we stand behind them. That's what we call a guarantee nt Welch's. 'Mr. Joe Bonder was visiting In Berea last Friday. Remember the special demonstration of the Caloric fireless cookstove closes, Saturday, April C Douglas, Simmons and Deatherage, Richmond, Ky. Mr. Edwlu Tatum, who is now depot agent at Fort Estill, was a Berea which exist Mr. Roosevelt, Is committed to tte Mr. and "Mrs. Ernest Bender of political conditions Richmond were visiting In Berea tho In Denver. Great corporations control- rcnomlnatlon of Pres. Tart, fsella latter part of last wcok. led politicians nnd public officers. that tho Taft Administration bis Mr. Torlton Combs was taken to Public funds were wasted or stolen been so great as to deserve not only the hospital, Saturday, with pneu- by paying extravagant prices for tho ondoroomcnt of the party, but stationery nnd court supplies, and In another four years' lease of life. monia fever. Mr. T. n. Stephens of Willow, Leo a hundred ways tho rich wcro profCounty, was In Berea, tho latter part ited by tho oppressing nnd debauchof last week and entered his little ing of the poor nnd the young. William J. Choatccn died March son In school. At tho close of tho address Presi- 19, 1312, at tho ago of 71 years. Ho I am giving my customers tho benedent Frost asked thoso young men was the son of B. O. Chastnen. Ho fit of two good city trimmer this who wished to pledgo themselves to was married to Kllza J. Doolcy In of tho year 18G3, and twelvo children season. Miss Jlolen Jackson who has opposition to such perversions , given satisfaction here five seasons government to como forward and uprn bam to them. Ho proved him- her exquisite work Is too well known mako pledgo by taking his hand. First gc,f a kn(, fn,hcr nnd ft ,ov,n? hug. to need advertising and Miss Bettle two or three, then a dozen, and fin- - ,antj. 18, 1891. H wlfo died March Azblll, who worked at Ijveman Jo- ally practically every man In tho ,Pmbcr of tho wng ft fnUnf seph and Locb, tho largest millinery house, took tho pledgo which runs as naptiat church nt Now Hope and establishment In Birmingham, Ala., follows: 'them wns never an nllgatlon brought last season and has como to us full ngnlnst him. GOOD CITIZENSHIP PLEOQE of good style Ideas and designs. Heart failure was the cause of College, April 3, 1912. Berea We are prepared to give you beautihis death. Ho was quietly burled In to pledgo ourselves We hereby ful hats this season handmade to the Abnny cemetery nenr Johnetta, order, match any suit. Placo your or use all tho Killtlclal power and March 20th. He left eight children, '. we possess fur tho public der with us It will bo greatly appregrandchildren nnd a host twenty-siWo will treat the Interests of ciated. .Mrs. Laura Jones. mourn his death. the community ns a sacred trust. We of friends lo Messrs. Oscar Hays and J. S. Gott vote, Influence or will not sell our wcro Richmond visitors, "Monday, FOR SALE cfflclal favor for any money, InfluMr. Jerry Richardson made a busi On Center Street a good lot knowa ence or other rewnrd. Wo will do Tho Caloric will Roast and Bake, as ness trip to Hamilton, O., last week. place. Hons aaa our utmost to ticrsuaito others to as the John Bales well as Steam, Stew and Boll cook Mr. Chns. Clinton Early left, Satbarn on lot. Good reason for selllag. all foods from their raw state, never urday, for Cleveland, whero he will adopt these principles, and to punish owe money. D. N. Welch. those who violate them. burns, never falls. Special demonstra- take a course of study In civil engintion this week. Douglas, Simmons eering. ANNOUNCEMENT SECRETS OF SUCCESS ...... ... s. v. Miss Nancy Robinson of Hockley, i . .. . i "Mr. C. A. Casteel of Weaver. Laurel W. Va., who has been visiting relaTo the Democrats and Cltliens H I'rnf. Cromer's lecturo on "Secrets Madison County, Kentucky: County, was In Berea a few days last tives hero lor several days left, week visiting relatives. Mr. Casteel Tuesday, for her home. of Success," Mar. ISth inailo use of i hereby announco my candidacy ' Is The Cltlxcn'8 agent at Weaver. WANTED: A good reliable man n number of quotations from eml- - for tho office of Judgo of the Madl-nebusiness men. One which came S()n County Court, and 1 will appre-to- o to deliver nursery stock nnd collect Whlto Orpington Eggs for Setting late for Insertion will bo of In- - elate and bo under many obllcatloaa Fine Stock 30c for 15 E. L. Roberts. accounts. Apply by letter. Brown terest to the Citizen. It Is from Mr. to you for your support. If nomlnat-llerbe- rt Mr. Vernon Wheeldon, a student of Brothers Company, Rochester, N. Y. !cd and elected, I pledge myself to A. Wilder, of Boston. Mrs. J. Q. Scrlvner has returned Berea a few years ago, and now enThere Is only one quality thnt the enforcement of tho laws against gineer In the Custon Ilouso Power from Richmond where she has been success and that Ih found all offenders allko; to show no parti- Plant, New York City, and student In waiting on relatives with smaIlox. stands 'or Mr. J. Q. Scrlvner Is under a " l"e onB worl ctinracter.' v itn- - allty for or toward any one; to do Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. Is In K 'n"uro l'ow- - everything I can for the advancement 'l c'80 wl" tho Protestant Hospital, Norfolk, Va., treatment w ith Dr. Gibson for a few !out vxer outwardly proseroii9 one may 0f good roads without favoring any days. where ho lo recovering from a very C. A. VanWinkle of Vnnceburg. Ky., npjiear to bp. I will not attempt to particular section of the County; to successful operation for appendicitis. Is visiting relative's In Berea this ! ampttfy. believing thnt young men treat evoryeno having business in my Mr .Tnnlr AnHoruin lpft SnnHnv. fnr i and kindly; to to "arlantown the wlio nnve had advantages sucn as offlco courteously wl" Battle Crock. 'Mich., whero . ho has '. offers will readily understand welcomo you In the offlco at all last of the week, where lie tins been a position for me spring anu summer. I tlmos, and to seo that the Us payers called as pastor of the Christian what that word represents. Mrs. Will Golden and children of church. "In the last analysis, success stands g(,t valuo for every cent of mon-fLexington have been visiting for defined 0y oxpondod by the County. Hoping that not always Mrs. Dr. Cornelius was a Livingsseveral days at tho home of Mr. and ton visitor, Monday and Tuesday. quality character. to havo a favorable consideration at Mrs. Hardin Golden. your hands, 1 am yours very truly, Judge Holllday, Andrew Isaacs, D. ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. Verne Smith, who had to leave N. Welch, Gran Hays, Win. Isaacs, II. C. Rloe. school on account of his eyes, left and many others of our townsmen Wo aro authorized to announce tho last week for his homo at SU Louiswere In Richmond, Monday, on busi- candidacy of Mr. C. C. Walloco of 2 cans Tomatoes and 1 Corn, 25c ville, Ohio. 25c ness. Richmond, Ky., as a delegate from 3 cans Corn Think how much embroidering, sew 25c this, tho 8th District, to tho Nati- 3 cans Peas ANNOUNCEMENT ing or shopping you can do while the onal Republican Convention to be 3 cans Pic Peaches 25c meal Is cooking unattended In the to held In Chicago, Juno 18th. was unable Geo. W. Cable Heavy Syrup Table Peaches, 20c Doulgas, Simmons and DeaCaloric. Mr. Wallace Is an Attorney of prom- till his appointment on Wednesday 2 cans Waldorf Corn. .25c therage, Richmond, Ky. and the presevening, Apr. 3rd, on account of sick- - Inence In Richmond 2 cans Waldorf Peas 25c ent Chairman of tho Madison Co. 15c Republican Committee. He baa been Waldorf Tomatoes prominent In Republican politics for Navy Beans 5c per pound a number of years, and bis services Choice Dried Peaches, " land loyalty neve been such aa not I AT only to commend him to the consider ation of tho Republicans of Madison County, but to tho district at large. Mr. Wallace, while appreciating the former services and the greatness of ""obituar- y- I Wfl-fan- x f - nt I fu or I BU GQ IES A complete line of 12c TATUM'S Delivers Any Time lh the School ks BANNER, PARRY and HOUGHTON BUGGIES now at Welch's. We tell you what they are and stand behind them. EASTER EXERCISES, UNION CHURCH BIBLE SCHOOL The Following Program will be Rendered at the Parish House at 0:30, Next Sunday Morning. Song Invocation Song "Crowning the Cross" Sunday. Mr. Tolbort Holllday, a prominent U. S. '.Marshal of the 11th District, was visiting In Berea, Sunday. Mr. Hugh M. Miller, contracting ngent for tho Demorcst Comedy Co., lias been In town this week arranging dates for fair week. The longer you delay "trying out" a Caloric, the more you lose. It pays FOR SALE: Pure Rhode Island Red for Itself lr. what It saves. See one for batching 75 cents to 61.03 Douglas, for 15 eggs. Orders taken now. Phono visitor, Sunday. In operation this week. Mr. S. W. Boggs who has been sick Simmons and Deatherage, Richmond, Mrs. D. S. Bodkins, No. 171-n is out again. Ky. or address R. R. 1, Paint A cheap buggy painted may be sold Mr. W. H. Porter was in Lexing- Lick, Ky. for a good oue, so It pays to go whero ton, Monday and Tuesday, on busiTho Berea Intercollegiate Prohibionly good ones are sold Welch's of ness. tion Leaguo hold Its homo oratoricourse. to FOR SALE: Three car loads of cal- contest Saturday night y select Mr. B. E. Matson of Klngsvllle, O., buggies at Welch's. Exclusive agency u orator for the State contest at vUlted his son, Carlton, who Is at- for Houghton, Banner, and Parry R'cnmonu mis montn. mere wore tending school hero, Tuesday. jthreo contestants, Robert Murphy, buggies I,arlan WunU' Ten copies of Ben Llndsoy'a book, Mr. P:ira,er ,Gabbar'1 and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. P. Faulkner, ., wen. "Tho Beast," have been placed in the ,, .... 18 Library. aru8lDf Mrs. R. H. Cowley are visiting "The "h n'no"S World" in Cincinnati, this week. ar0 Crested In tho study of Prohlbl- Mr. Howard Hudson Is in Cincinnati on I on business this week. Wlss A Burprls-.- - party was given fnMnrv vi.i,.!, fmm Nina King last Saturday evening in has charge of the demonstration of her birthday by a few of Caloric fireless cookstoves at Douglas, honor ! of .. . I. . 1. I. u" ""m ul Simmons nnd Deatherage. Richmond,:"" A I'lcasant oven , St' wa8f Ky., all the week ending Saturday, 7 April C. Don't fall to attend. sandwiches, pickles, cake and choco Ladies' Collar, reg. price 10c, 5c Tho bazaar which Is to be held by wcro served. the Woman's "Missionary Society of lates Ladies' Collars, reg. price 25c, 10c Mrs. Halo and family havo moved tho Baptist church lu the front part from Boono St, to Mr. Green Hill's Dutch Collars, reg. 25c sellers, 10c of the Berea Bank and Trust buildproporty on Center St ing next Saturday, will have an 5c Ribbon bows, reg.. 10c sellers, Misses Frances Bowles and 'Margarof good things to cat and both useful and fancy articles et Johnson entertained qulto a numMarch 23 for sale which no one can afford to ber of young people at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. Burdette last Satmiss. Pres. Frost will speak at Chapel urday evening. Tho party was given of Miss Lillian Klar THE RACKET STORE uoxt Sunday night.Duck eggs. 75 c. In honor school and Is going to who her has left Indian Runner home. a setting. Mrs. J. W. Herndon. 4, Wal-laceto- WELCH'S t liylhe Philalhea Ctitt and Seven Junior "Chime On, Sweet Kaster Hells" Song and K.xtrci:e, by Six Girlt KeciMion "Will lou Carry the Message?" An K.ercite, by Siren Girlt "Lilies White" liy three Primariet "Easter Messages" "Daffodils, Uright Daffodils" - Solo, by a "ll'ee One" An Exercise, by Eight lioyt "Life Savers" Recitation, to Muiic "Softly l'eals trie Organ" An Exercite "The Gates Ajar" CHARACTERS ......... ..... FAITH, Hol'IC, OF CkoHH-IIkAKX- By the School l'lLIIKIM, A AM) A ness, Instead ho will give the enter-egg- s tainmcnt ono week later, Wednesday evening, April 10th. Tickets are on sale at the Storo for students, and ut the two drug stores. Admission 25 cents. StuCo-o- HrLUVKHS." acllniai thr udi'ncc arltet and triumphantly alnga with "Pilgrim" and her Company, the "Coronation." "CllORf dents and children under of age, 15 cents. MILLINERY 15 years INVITATION CORDIALLY INVITED to attend the first exhibition of 1912 spring fashions in ready-to-wegarments for men, women and children Quality Store." Our spriner 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-skirts- , the 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. eJf 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. OPENING ., m.,. t. Ladles, you aro most cordially Invited to attend my millinery opening, April 5 and C, 1912. Mrs. Laura Jones, Chestnut St., Berea, Ky. POLICE COURT NEWS Mr. Went Hord and Mack Lane, charged with drunkenness and conduct, were tried, Apr. 2nd, before Pollco Judgeiand fined $2.00 each and all costs. AN UNUSUAL ly IJJ lOU ARE ar at"e I,ntet SPECIAL SALE NECKWEAR s, 1 SCENE An unusual scene, occurred In the Chapel Sunday night. In placo of Saturday, a sermon President Frost read extended extracts from a recent book called "Tho Beast" which Is a description of tho career of Ben Llndseyof tho Children's Court In Denver, Colo. The nar rat I vo not only tells of tho establishment of tho Children's Court which has set a now fashion and benefited children almost throughout tho world, but It also narrates Judgo Llndscy's struggle with the HA YE BEREA S C& '"&c Quality Store" GO TT KENTUCKY. April 4, 191a. THE CITIZEN. bt Tho Citizen would llkn to know Page Five. Mr. Housekeeper: something of a soldier's llfo In tho Phlllpplno Islands, I wilt tell a llttlo afternoon and most stretched about tin trees sleeping, some and boxing, whllo others aro writing to homo folks In tho dear old states. At present wo nro not nt Camp Kclthtcy but at Leontiinno, about six miles out In tho forest, whero we havo built our camp of bamboo poles and wild gross, Our camp duties havo been few slnco wo camo out hero and wo have spent much tlmo hunting wild hogs, der, wild ducks and wild chickens. Tho bamboo and wild grass aro so thick that a person can hardly get thru It, but It makes a great placo for hunting. Bananas, cocoanuts, Pino npplos, bread fruit, and many other fruits grow wild and all wo havo to do Is to go out nnd gather what we want. Tho Islands are not very healthy for tho soldiers, but I havo had very good health slnco I have been hero Often wo havo skirmishes with tho natlvo '.Morroos. In December our commander took twelve privates out to capture some Morroos and In u battle nine Morrocs wore killed and ono American soldier was wounded. This was thlrty.fivo miles from Camp nnd wo carried him In on a litter of bamboo across our shoulders thru n forest so thick that wo had to cut our way, but It wt a pleasure to servo our country loyally. Tho 6th Infantry Is to be sent back to tho states soon nnd most of Co. II., being Kentucky boys, wish It would bo to Ft. Thomas In dear old Kentucky. I succeeded In getting tho Company's barbershop. They furnUh everything nnd glvo me half tho re ceipts. There aro fifty In Co. H. and get a dollar a month from each, half of which Is mine, adding this to the $18 which I nlready draw makes me $43. I send a good big sum home to my dear old mother nt Is land City every month and deposit the rest with tho paymaster so 1 will havo somothlng when my three years havo expired and I return to my mother and sisters In the states. For some boys who will savo their money the nrmy is all right but If they havo a mother and sisters they should stay at homo and 'support them. This Is my ndvlco to tho boys of Kentucky. With regards to all my dear old 1 Why not let the Telephone do some of the work at home and save your wife from fret and worry? of my own camp This Is Sunday of tho boys aro dor tho bamboo aro wrestling life. How many unnecessary steps it saves the housewife can only be realized by those who have the Telephone handy and would not do without it. It is ever ready for use when needed worst and does not cost you anything for repairs or maintenance. Your neighbor's wife has the advantage of a Telephone, why not yours? Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? You buy the same goods at Engle's Store for less money Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, Flour, Meal, Sugar, Coffee Always The Best i' BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? Phone 60 INTENSIVE FARMING ORCHARD PRUNNING If not previously given attention, Iho present month affords one ot the best oporttmltlcs to give to many orchards tholr needed winter pruning. If dono annually Iho pruning will usually bo a light one, but, In ierhaps a majority ot orchards In Kentucky, Uie work la neglected from year to year until mora radical treatment may bo necessary. In trees thus neglected, In which llttlo recent growth has been made and with lowered Vitality, a vigorous winter pruning tends to quicken thu activities of the tree, and It followed by feeding, cultivation, and spraying, will often bring such trees Into a profitable bearing condition within a short time. A treo, however, already growing vigorously will require pruning somewhat guardedly, an a savcro pruning at this season will often result In a . The most common error In tho of pruning Is In cutting a branch several Inches out from tho main stem upon which It grow. Frequently this pruning Is dono with an ax, leaving stubs three to six Inches long. This Is a ruinous pactlce, for the long stub cannot be covered ovor with new healing tissue, and In a few years 'decay will bo sarted In this spur and soon travel down Into tho main branch or trunk of tho true, finally resulting In a rotten hearted or hollow tree, a delightful place whllo It lasts for tho woodpeckers to nest, but soon destined to bo broken down In a galu of wind or a sleet storm. Thousands of apple and other trees In Kentucky have been brought to an untimely end through such careless methods ot pruning, as can be seen In orchards alt over tho State. The orchard Is no place for an htm stay In the wood lot. rank growth ot water sprouts during the spring and summer. Any such of a treo when seen In a mature, specimen Is usually duo to n strong soli, thoro tilling or over manuring, and may usually bo checked by withholding tillage and manure and seeding down for a while. In ono ot Its fundamental objects pruning Is not materially unlike, the purpose of a farmer when, In his corn field, by or by thinning ho tries to securo a uniform stand of plants, neither too tow nor too many stalks In each hill, according to the. kind ot corn, fertility of the land, purposes of the crop and other conditions. So In a tree-to- p It Is Important, among other things, for tho largest production of fruit that thcro should lw a full "stand" of branches, forming a round, tree, with such modifications of form as are well characteristic of tho variety, tilled on all sides, yet nowhere so crowded as to prevent free circulation of air and liberal admission ot over-grow- th d It ax-ma- n. In removing tho branch ot a treo light ASIA'S GREATEST (Prom "Proceeding-- "My own conviction is that the oriental nations aro poor, not because of their dense population, but becauso ot their dofectlve Industrial organization, because they do not provldo men with tools and knowledge to work with. Ignorance nnd kick of machlnory, these havo kept Asia poor. Knowledge and modern tools, these have made America rich. tat tho South mako hasto to learn tho lesson' that the" Orient teaches. Wo must thoroughly cducato all our people Was It not an oriental prophet who wroto: "My people aro destroyed for lack of knowledge?"' This Is Asia's most Important lesson for tho Jjouth tho messago that C. W. Mathews, comes to us trumpct-tonge- d from I'rofessor of Horticulture and Botany. any thoughtful study of tho stagnaKentucky Agricultural Experiment tion and poverty of tho eastern world Station. and of tho problem of avoiding such a body of death in our southern country. LESSON FOR THE SOUTH er It Is ot great Imiiortanco to saw It off close to the branch or trunk upon which It was growing. It It Is a large and heavy branch, first mako an undercut upon tho lower side ot the limb, then complete uion tho up-lsldo so that In falling away tho branch may not tear oft a strip ot wood and bark, leaving an ugly wound uK)n tho main branch.. Tho cut surface. It more than an inch across, should bo brushed with paint or some similar material to prevent decay starting In tho wood before It has tlmo to becomo healed over. Pruning, however. Is only one of practices needed In most several Kentucky orchards, and should bo followed by spraying, by fertilizing and by tillage. richer racial heritage. Wo havo been born Into a society whero a higher level of prosperity obtains, whero a man's labor and effort count for more, simply because ot what previous generations have dono for Increasing tho efficiency of tho masses through tools and knowledge, education and machinery. As tho employ-huot machinery Increases, an Increasing number of men aro set fro to produce some comfort or luxury, with tho result that the standard nf living steadily rises. On tho other hand, In tho Orient, where machinery Is not used to an Important extent, men, women and children allko do the work of beasts of burden, as well as that of human beings, for a wnga that ranges from t cents to CO cents a day. Ordinarily, of course, when ono answers tho ques tion, "Why Is It that tho oriental gets such low wages nnd has such a low earning power?" tho answer Is, "An overcrowded population." I do not belle vo it. Tho truth Is that every man should be able to earn a little moro than he consumes; nnd It society bo so ablo to handlo men that they produce any fraction moro than they consume, tho moro tho men tho better the nt R. J. ENGLE, Ky. building. It Is being arranged to have thoso who attend visit the University to see tho course in op eration and visit tho high schools, Continuation schools, new school buildings, Art '.Museum, Art Academy, Kookwood Pottery and tho Zoo. Save 700 Hours of kitchen drudgery 2 hours dally by using Caloric tire less cook ctovo. Douglas. Elmmona and Deathcrago, Richmond, Ky. BOOSTERS' SPECIAL world. friends In Kentucky, I remain, P. F. Begley. Tho young housewife, learning to master tho art of cooking, need have no shadow across her path with a CALORIC. The mother, with small children and perhaps a baby to care for, need not wear herself out watch lng the cooking food. Douglas, Sim mons and Deatherage, Richmond, Ky. ILLINOIS LETTER Bowon, 111., Mar. 22. Frank Hicks and Charley Hicks who have been sick so long with typhoid fever aro able to bo out again. K. Denham and wife and LUlle Setser were the guests ot Frank Hicks last Sunday. Tho Cincinnati Commercial Asso ciation will start its Boosters' Special to tho South, April 22nd. It Is scheduled to return to Cincinnati after an 825 inllo trip, April 26th. The train will consist of ten special cars, and going from Cincinnati, will travel over tho Q. & C. to Chattanooga, re turning by way ot tho Southern and L. & N. Berea Is scheduled for a stop on tho return trip, April 26th, from 1:20 to 2:05 p. m. Arrangements should bo begun at onco to glvo tho boosters a suitable welcome. Tho band, of course, will be in readiness to vie with We bora Hand that the boosters carry with them. But It will not "be enough to havo tho band. Berea should havo a thorough cloanlng from the station to the remotest alley and cubby hole. It Is to be hoped that by that tlmo winter will bo on Its way to the polar regions, and that overy Individual and organliatlon may bo Induced to come out ot winter quarters and help to boost tho town. Tho cheap cuts ot meat are thor oughly done In tho CALORIC cooked In their own juices. They are placed on tho table treo from taint treo from shrinkage. There is no leathery exterior because every cell has cooked evenly and thoroughly. Douglas, Simmons and Deatherage, Richmond, Ky. LETTER FROM ARKANSAS nlno months whllo tho length of tho terms In Kentucky Is only six months. I am teaching In a small town, not the ono I am living In but Just a few miles away. I am tho principal and 'Mrs. Hacker the assistant. Wo are having a good attendance, tho enrollment being ever ono hundred. Children hero don't have such rough roads to travcrso and creeks to cross In going to school as do some of the boys and girls of Kentucky, and so some of the schools aro largo. I hopo somo day to visit Kentucky and find better roads and Kentucky no longor ct tho bottom of tho list In educational matters. Tho town In which wo llvo has a population of moro than two thousand and is growing rapidly. It has several different churches. Bantlst. '.Methodist, Christian, Catholic and Presbyterian and no saloons. Thoro are Sunday Schools, and I have tho honor of being a teacher in tho Baptist Sunday School, which Is growing rapidly. Wishing the College and all tho readers of The Citizen much success In 1912, I remain. P. L. Hacker. IN OUR OWN STATE (Continued fnn frttpafc) threatening to break places. Tho Mississippi bo forty mile's wide In of Cairo, and the Ohio available lowlands. In various is said to tho vicinity covers all 1 ; JUDGE O'REAR AMBITIOUS Judgo Ed C. O'Rear, who heads tho Roosevelt forces In Kentucky By Clarence H. Poe, Editor," Progressive Farmer," Raleigh, just issued.) Tho prosperity of every man depends upon tho prosperity, and therefore tho efficiency, of tho average man. Tho welfare of every Individual depends upon tho uplift ot tho great masses of tho people. Tho most Important fact that I discovered In alt N.C SOUTHERN EDUCATIONAL FERENCE CON- of the Fourteenth Conference for Education In the South." Hamilton, 0., Latter 23. The Miami University Glee Club sang to a large audlenco In tho First M. E. church, Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Mere dith Gabbard and daughters ot Hamil ton. 0.. visited "The World In Cincinnati," last Saturday and were very Col-lemuch Interested In tho Berea exhibit In charge ot Dr. Pennl-maA. J. Gabbard of Hamilton, O., who has been In Ashevllle, N. C, for his health since last Sept. will return home Mar. 28th, with tho condition of his health much Improved. Threo firemen were killed In a fire that damaged tho Butler County court house about $50,000, Thursday, 'Mar. 14th. Tho big tower that held tho town clock was completely destroyed, and when It fell tho firemen were taught beneath tho falling debris, ono being killed Instantly and the other two dying later. Mr. Grath, tho undertaker, who dressed tho last one ot these men that died, cut his hand .slightly and blood poison set up, which killed him throo days later. Between COO and 700 drawing and manual training teachers aro expected to bo In Cincinnati the first weok In May to attend tho annual meeting of and Manual tho Western Drawing Training Association, which will bo held In tho Woodward High School n. despite tho fact that last year he claimed to bo for President Taft, has announced himself as a candidate for delegate to largo to the Natlnal Convention at Chicago. While ho favors Mr. Roosevelt, ho says in effect rather than not get tho trip he will vote for Mr. Taft If so Instructed. NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued Inm Brit page my trip through tho Orient was the importance fundamental, world-wjd- o of this too llttlo accepted economic doctrine. In tho United States tho South especially has been slow to accept It, and has paid tho cnalty of Its delay In a tragically belated I ifl education, democratic Institutions, and n proper organizaCURES and tion of Industry are tho primary PREVENTS GAPES causes which havo resulted In giving whlto diarrhoea, roup, cholera tho averago mau a high degrco of uol other cMck Ulkvatr. efficiency and therefore a high degree of prosperity, as compared with the One 50c liotllo of lot ot tho average man In tho Orient Wo live In better homes, havo moro Makes 11! Gnlloin of Medicine. lolsuro and recreation, enduro less Every poultry raUer fth"uM keep a botllo ot bitter toll; In short, we find human thla meOicina on hnd. Writs ( r (res tampls llfo fairer and sweeter than our and Hooklet on "DUouiei of 1'uwla," AJJren, OURBON In Asia, not becauso you and ItEHEDT C0UP1NT, trillion, lj. I, as individuals, deserve so much Sold by PETTUS & PARKS, Berea, Ky. bettor than he, but becauso of our In America down ths throat nf a chicken dotroti tho wormi A anil tare the clilck'n lite tovr ilropi In ttiv drlnhlnit water development. Nowhero In cither America or Asia much can tho Individual accomplish uclcss tho great mosses of the people havo been trained to efficiency. Every man who through Ignorance, lack ot training, or any other hindering causo Is producing or earning only halt as much as ho ought, by his Inefficiency "capey" Is making everybody clso In tho com- munity pocrer. Ono of tho most important conferences ever held In tho South Is now In session nt Nashville, Tenn. The leading educators, statesmen, lawyers, and others, both men and women, representing all tho professions and walkB of llfo are assembled to discuss tho problems of Southern life In their application to tho existing conditions. Altho It Is an educational conference It Is not a teachers' association, but represents all classes who havo tho Interest ot the South and welfare of the nation at heart. Delegations from all tho leading Universities and Colleges of the South nro present ready to participate In tho discussions nnd share in tho re- Hamilton, O., Mar. Hartford, Ark., Mar. 2, 1912. Door Friends of Berea: I havo often thought of the good and profitable times spent in Berea, and the many good things I learned there. Wo get The Citizen overy week and enjoy reading about Berea. It is just like a visitor coming to our home ovory week and telling us what tho students are doing, and tho earnest efforts tho members of tho faculty aro putting forth to help tho many young people gathered there. Attor leaving school last spring I came to Arkansas and attended tho County Instltuto and afterward took tho examination In order that I might becomo a toachor In this state. I mado a first grado certificate. My preparation was mado In tho Normal Department at Berea. I had no troublo In securing a school becauso the western states aro short of teachers. But most ot tho public schools of Arkansas havo terms of NOT A STRIKE BUT A VACATION About four hundred thousand men stopped work In the coal mines ot tho country, Monday, and It Is expected that no coal will bo mined either In tho bituminous or anthracite fields for two or threo weeks. Tho between differences the operators and the representatives ot the miners hbve not boon definitely settled, but It Is now practically certain that they will bo adjusted, and so tho minors havo left pump men In charge ot tho mines go as to avoid damago and loss. NO DOLLAR A DAY PENSIONS Tho United States Senato, on tho 29th, killed tho Sherwood Dollar-a-Da- y Pension BUI by a vote ot CI to 16. A bill lenewn as tho Smoot General Ago and Sorvlco Pension Law was passed In Its stead. This measure will a2d twenty million dollars to tho Government's pension budget annually for tho next five years. sults. Berea College holds a unlquo position In Southern dovelopmcnt and Is loiiig represented by Prof. C. D. Lewis, Mr. C. C. Andorson and Misses Welsh, and Uowersox, who will no doubt havo something of Interest to report on their return. LETTER FROM Bourbon Poultry Cure PHILIPPINES an Co. II. 6th Inft. Camp Kolthley, Mindanao, P. I. Dear Editor: Thinking of my "Old Kentucky Homo" nnd that tho many readers BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE PARKS PETTUS BEREA, CHESTNUT STREET, KENTUCKY A COMPLETE LINE HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES DOOLEY'S FOR EVERYTHING TO EAT In addition to the advantages of getting the very best grade ot goods in our line at a reasonable price, we are in a position to show you how to obtain a handsome set of "ROGERS' SIL. the regular price. .'. .'. VERWARE" at about one-thir- d PriccsRight J. fl. 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Perry llunlcr. turns to hatr" Oayley seek solitude, where ho perfects alfylm? machine. White soarlni? UD " over the Arcll? regions. I Pck In the curiously shaped stick lie had seen lie disMounting apln. Hand. cover a ynrht anchored In he meet I a sccndlng near the steamer, on an loo Moo, lie learns that the JrirTs name la Jeanne Fielding nnd hat signs come the yacht lioa Captainnorth to seek arctic Fielding, an of her father. A party from the yacht la ma. eiplorer. king ararch ashore. After Cnyloy departscuJcanna nnd that he ha.l dropped a and stick. Captain Planck his the nurvtilng crew of co.ist.wrecked whaler A Riant rufon the .ire In lilUInK Hoscoe. had murdered Meld fian named Ing and lil two companions, after the had retcated tho location of an enormous ledge of pure (told. Iloacoe then develops party. look command of thecommittedIt the mur- Jhat tho rufdan had Koscoe plans fler witnessed by Caylcy. eacope with a to capture the yacht and big loail of irolil. Jeanne tells the visit of the owner of tho yacht, about aky.nun and allows him tho stick left by Cnylcy. I'anshaw dectaros that It Is an used to shoot Ifeklmo throwtnif-atlcdarts. Tom Kanahaw returns from the searching party with a sprained ankle. I'erry Hunter Is found murdered and Cnyley Is accused of the crime but Jeanne tjollevca tilm Innocent. A relief party goes to find ths searchers. Tom professes his love for Jeanne, 8he rows ashore and enters an abandoned hut, and there finds her father's diary, which discloses the explorer's suspicion of Hoscoe. The ruffian returns to the hut and sees Jeanne, Ho Is Intent on murder, when the skyman swoops dawn and the ruffian flees. Jeanne Rives Oayley her father" diary's to read. The yacht disappears and plans to capture It are revealed. Jennno's only hope la In Cayley. The seriousness of their situation becomes ap- fiarent toaJeanne and the sky.man. finds a polar bear. Next he clue, to the, hiding place of tho stores. A cellar In two hut has a chlmney-llk- e hole leading np through the Ice to an observatory where Captain Fielding had hlddon supplies. ' rlously-slmpe- d Kos-coe- CHAPTER no product of tho twilight and the fact that you wero far from homo. Thero was something there, slipping along from tho shelter of one boulder to that of another. I found tho tracks iu the snow. They weren't moro than ten paces away from you when I camo down out of the sky." "Was It tho bear?" she asked. "That was what you thought It might have been, at tho tlmo." But he could seo In tier eyes that this was not the answer sho expected. Ho shook his head; that told her -terror, about, and Joanno, It was no baseless- enough. A 8 Roscoo fled along the beach on the night Caylcy descended upon him through tho fog, there was no doubt In his mind that ho baa seen tho ghost of tho man he had murdered and the shadow of a black avenging spirit hovering aver his head. When he found that his boat had gone adrift and that tils only means of getting back to tho Aurora had gono with it, ho dropped down upon beach, crawled up Into tho lee of a great rock and had spent tho night thero, his mind completely torpid with fear. When the numbness of this terror passed away, as gradually It did, he licnt all this thoughts upon tho Aurora and upon tho possibility, not quite inconceivable, that I1I3 crew had succeeded In overpowering her people and wero now In possession of tho yacht. He tried to persuade himself that this was so and that with the coming of tho dawn thoy would send a boat asboro for him. Of tho strango flguro he had seen thero in the hut, so Iiko and yot so terribly unliko the victim of his murderous lust four years ago of that, and of the moro torrlblo apparition he had seon coming down out of the sky, he thought, or tried to think nothing nt all. It was only a nightmare, only a delusion, natural enough when one considered all tho circumstances. When Urn fog lifted with tho approach of dawn, ho discovered what Philip and Jeanne did not become aware of until several hours later, that tho Aurora had drifted out to sea in tho gala Tho clean lino of the horl-iowas broken by nothing but tho plunging masses of the Ice. Thero was just gne chance, ho thought, thai she might'' still be comparatively noar at Imnd. Southward and eastward tho horizon wns unbroken, but the Jutting Hints of the promontory to tho west cut off bis view In that direction. It was posslblu that tho gale which had destroyed tho floo that formed tho tiaibor, had also broken up the park Ice al the other side of the peninsula, tho sldo from which Cayley, on the vvIer. tad first approached this unThe yacht might bo known land. thore, riding safely In prnctlcally oien n uutcr. lie got ;p from the snow nest ho lmd m.iuc for himself In tho leo of the rock, and cautiously lloxod his stiffened tuusc!c, with the Idoa of setting out at once down thn bonch and arour.d 'he hcndland lo learn whether this Jut hope of his was groundless. Kffillv. r his heart, he had tin hopo t all, but that fact made it easy to poat.oa for a little longer the putting of tills delusion of u hope no hur to tho st of loallty. Tbu that hu was ruvoiiuiuly hungry, and thiit his most sensible courso would he to no up tho glacier In the cave and cook hlnunlf n breakfast before hu did cjj-thin- ioua ho mado lo lifnuelf was, el a P. k when she broatlied. He laid tho upon tho Ice, drew nerves and muscles taut for his rush. Then, Just then, ho saw tho thing that mado Jcanno closo her eyes, the flashing sword-cu- t of thnt great golden wing, as tho thing It boro turned W.ROSSER upon the other. DV TMf CCNTURV CO Hoscoe dropped down, as If ho had COPYRIGHT I9IO DY THE SUCCESS CO been blasted by tho sight of n sword-carchangel, In thn shelter of his lay thero, prono, hugging Ho was fully persuaded by that tlmo rock. He had seen nt tho hut last his head In his arras. He did not that what he forcnight during tho storm had been noth- rouso himself, did not succeed In musing but a hallucination. None thn less, ing his treacherous nerves nnd obey his will until It wns qulto he knew thnt It would be easier to cles to a glanco behind walk past that empty hut In full broad dark. Then, without began scrambling day, than In this tricky, misty, uncer- him, he arose nnd madly up tho broken faco of the talus, tain light of dawn. reaching tho top of It, went on Ho carried out this plan at once, and, scaled tho cliff Itself. It was a tho point, that Is, of going up the and which oven ho could hardly have to glacier to tho envo, building n flro feat except under tho exaccomplished thorePand satisfying his sharp hunger tremity of terror. with an enormous meal. Hut ho had only so long aB was necessary not slept at nil tho night before, and to For regain his breath, ho lay panting now the warmth and the satisfaction upon tho cllff hcnd. In tho dark, rushof his nppetlto made his nerveless ing along as If the precipitous trail he hand release tho bone he was gnawthorfollowed had been a o ing, nud caused him to roll over oughfare, ho rotraced his way down tho flro and to fall aslocp. tho landwanl sldo of thn mountain He slept deeply for a number of and across tho valtoy. Ho did not prisoners of ourselves until the winter Is one thing, hours. Then, arming himself with a pause until ho found hlniRelf safe in does It for us. Thero though," ho added thoughtfully nfter throwlng-sticand a number of darts, tho cavo again bosldo tho glacier. n little silence, "ono thing that must he stepped outsldo tho cave, Intent do at once, nnd that Is to destroy upon his expedition to' tho other side these sheds where they kept their CHAPTER XVII. of tho peninsula where there was a stores. They would furnish a cover possibility of finding tho yacht ns good a cover as any enemy could A Stats of Siege. Tho cavo was situated somo tittle Cayley's discovery of tho tracks fur- nsk for. They hinder our view up tho up the glacier, and the distance shortest, though by far the moro dif- nished tho last element of tho drama beach." long do you suppose It will "How ficult, way of reaching his destination which was to piny Itself out that winIn a voice that shook lay, not along tho beach but up ter upon this stago which had been last?" sho asked, long can It last? How through tho Interior valley and across so strangoly set for It. It was Just a llttlo. "Howlive like that, oven supthroo days since, flying slowly north- long ran wo tho precipitous coast range of hills. posing that our watch Is effective and It was not tho natural way to go, ward beforo n mild southerly breeze, thnt they aren't ablo to surprise us?" but the fact that It was actually short- the Ico pack below him, ho caught his Sho clasped her hands, with a shuder gave him a sort of excuse for avoid- first glimpse of tho unknown land der, nnd gripped them between her ing another visit, Just now, to tho where Captain Fielding had met his tragic fate so many years beforo. Threo knees. "Oh, If It would only happen Bceno of his discomfiture of the night soon," sho went on, "whatever It Is!" before. Ho sworo at himself, not so days since he had witnessed, from "What I don't understand." said aloft, tho murder of a man ho might much for taking this course as for tho reasons which his common sense al- have saved, tho man lo whom, had Cayley, "Is why they haven't nttacked ho. saved hlrn, ho might have turned us already. Why havo they waited leged against him. for exoneration from a stain upon his until wo are fortified nnd secure? Why His present route took him closo namo didn't they attack us yesterday mornwhich was now ineradicable. gold ledge, and tho sight of tho to tho Threo days ago he had thought his ing when they would hnve found us Inexhaustible, precious, useless metal world was empty, swept clean of hu- helpless?" that remained hero brought upon him man concern and human affection. "Surely," said Jeanne, 'he couldn't for the first time. In full force, a Threo days ago bo had not known tbat havo hoped for a better opportunity to sense of his loss, a sense of what that Jeanne attack mo than ho lint when I was Heldlrs existed. luckless trip ashoro from the Aurora As for Cto Identity of tho monster nlono thero In the twilight, beforo you in search of that rosewood box had who had left tho proof of his existence camo flying down out of tho sky; and cost htm. Why do In those tracks which 1'hlllp had dis- iou n:d !n wns quite near At an Increased pace he descended covered In tho snow, they of course you Hupf.u. c h didn't? Why do you from the glacier, crossed tho valley had no certain knowledge; neverthe- suppose ho waited?" and scaled the landward sldo of one less, they entertained but little doubt "And even after I came down." said of the mountains of tho coast range, that he was Koscoe himself. Tho foot- Cayley, "I was helpless for a minute to a notch where he could command prints were Immense, Cayley said, and whllo I was getting clear of my plnnes. a view of tho sea to tho westward. their distance apart bespoke the stride Yes, that was tils chance, nnd yet he He saw there what. In tho bottom of of a giant. waited. After we had gone, ho aphis mind, he had all along been sure If It wero Roscoo who had been parently scaled tho cliff, for his trucks ho would see nothing but another crouching thero behind tho boulder, led right up to It, and then disapbarren, bleak horizon. then It seemed to them unlikely that peared. It's not quite so precipitously At that, for a while, his fortitude he was hero alone; unlikely that he steep thero as It Is here, but I would broko down, and he raved and wept had not nt least two or three of his hardly havo dreamed that n human being could climb It." and cursed like ono demented. Hut at crew with him. "Ho'a nfnild," aald Jeanne after a last, spent, sobered, conscious once That Idea, when It first occurred to "simply thoughtful silence, moro of a sharp hunger, ho climbed a them, brought llttlo added terror with llttlo little farther up tho mountain to a It The person of the monstrous mur- afraid. Hut if he's tho man we think ledge, where, as his minute knowlcdgo derous ruffian, who was tho chief, ho Is, It wouldn't bo a human fear. It of the country led him to expect, he dwarfed his subordinates to pygmies. must bo superstitious In aomo way. It found a number of loons sitting. He Yet when they came to think over the wouldn't be nondcrful If he felt that, killed ono of these birds with a dart, situation, reasonably, this uncertainty after tho two glimpses he had of you. and then, like the bruto he was, ate it as to tho number of their enemy I remombcr how I felt at first when proved a vital element In It It put you alighted on the tloe beside me. raw and warm. Hy that time It was lato In the aft- an unequivocal veto upon Cayley's Ho's seen you twice, rcmembor. Tho ernoon. Hravado. combined with a first plan, which was to start out at first tlmo at night In tho fog; tho more real belief than he had yet suc- onco and tako tho aggressive against second tlmo in broad day, with the No, it Isn't ceeded In retaining, to the effect that their enemy, beforo lie should have sun on your wings. strango If he thinks of you, not as a all his terror of the night before had tlmo to movo against them. resulted from nothing moro serious This bit of beach whero tho hut man at all, but ns a sort of terrible than n nightmare, led him to decide to stood was practically fortified. Tho angel keeping guard over mo. When go homo by way of tho beach, rather cliff behind it was absolutely sheer, I go very long without seeing you. or than along tho difficult Interior trail and was capped with deep, perpetual when I seo you In flight. I get to thinkup which he had come. snow. Holt a mllo to the westward ing of you In thnt way myself." to was tho promontory, and about half "If that's tho way he thinks of me," Tho descent from tho the beach was nothing to a man of his a mile up the beach from the hut, to said Cnylcy, "we'll try not to disabuse Inhuman strength and activity, though tho eastward, tho glacier projected him. A belief like that Is an Item on an ordinary skilled mountaineer might Its Ico masses In a long (loo out to our sldo of tho ledger, certainly. And have hesitated before attempting It. seaward. This glacier provided tho we haven't any such balnnco in our of the way only practicable means of entrance to favor that wo enn afford to throw an Nevertheless, and tho ledgo advantage away, even a rnnall one." down he nearly fell but for luck he tho Interior valloy Iteally tho balance of advantage be- would have fallen, for ho caught a where tho gold was. glimpse of a lonely figure, a quarter of a mile away, perhaps, seated upon a ledge, bending forward, chin In hand. In an attitude which recalled, and horribly echoed, that of tho man ho long ago bad murdered. When he had steadied himself a little, ho made his way cautiously down to the level of the beach. His emotions were divided about equally between fear and anger, the anger existing because of the fear. With Infinite caution he approached that lonely, unsuspecting figure, slipping from tho shelter of one rock to that of one a little nearer. Three times bis left hand drew back balanced and the throwlng-stickaimed along a line that would send Its thin Ivory dart as swiftly and as suro-lto that beautiful throat as the ono that bad found and transfixed Terry Hunter's; and thrco times his braced themselves for the effort to propel It. Hut each timo, with n breathless oath, ho lowered tho weapon again, and with tho back of his hairy hand wiped tho sweat from his forehead, Tho act had none of tho quality of mercy In It; It wa3 simply thn result of a logical dilemma, If the thing ho saw beforo him wore a ghost, tho ghost of the man ho had already murdered, his dart would do no harm. If It wero not a ghost; If It were what It looked more and mora llko as ho drew nearer, a living, breathing woman ho licked his lips and wrung them with his hand If It wero u woman, ho did not want to kill her. If he could bo suro, could only b sure, he would drop his woo pon and make one rusli and hold her holploss In those great hands of his. And with ovory tlvo pacos that lessoned tho dlstanco between them, that wrtalnty grew uion him. No, Little Thoughtful Silence. she was no Immaterial spirit of a man "He's Afraid," Said Jeanne, After STIR d well-wor- Dy moans of a targe scale map, Cayley pointed out to Joanno this nilvnn-tsgof their position. "Ho long as wo stick to this bit of beach," he said, "wo can't bo rushed nor surprised. No ono can attack us without either coming down tho glacier at ono end, or around the promontory at tho other. From either direction thoy'vo got to approach without cover. Of courso If there nro a lot of them, wo Bha'n't hsvn any chance. Hut It may be there's only one, nnd It's likely thnt thero nro not moro thnn three." "Hut nt night," said tho girl, night there'll be nothing to prevent thny their coming as close ns plense. They miy ho out there, not n dozen ynrds awny." "They're not doing much If thoy are. We'ro securely barricaded here, nnd they can't attempt to break In without giving us fnlr warning. Unless thero nro too many of them wn should beat them at thnt camo. No; the time to look out for them Is when we'ro outside the hut out on tho bench doing the things we'll have to do bringing In firewood, looking for moro game, nnd so on." "Shall wo havo to do that? Can't we Just stay In hero, safe?" "The daylight will answer that question for me," ho said. "We must mnko tho most of It. A month from now there'll bo but little. We mush't mnko "at k 1 cliff-hea- two-third- s , y mus-clo- a Tho thing In tho situation which caused Csyloy tho mont uneasiness was the fenr that somo tlmo or otlmr mystery, olvo thn lUmcoo would would see him In tho very act of paired. taking to tho nlr This fenr suggested There wero two things that kept nn expedient to him ono day an hu to ilespalr. wns flying along near tho them from succumbing edgo of tho cliff. Tho first wns thnt they never really "I don't know why I nover thought permitted themselves to hope, to In dulge in nny thoughts of n summer's of It before," ho said to Jeanno oh he) dny when their horizon Ktinuld bo cut nllghted beside her a moment or two by tho spnrs nnd fnnnnVH of n ship nftcrwanl; "but I've got U now tho bringing relief. They were simply wny to prevent Hoscoe from every going to live one day at n time. Fur every dny that they could snntrh out of tho hand of death, thoy would give thanks. It was tho only attitude possible for people In their condition. And the thing that helped them to maintain It was tho abundance of They dirourlno occupation. vided their day Into watches. Cayley slept from four o'clock In tho afternoon until midnight and then kept watch nlono, as the girt hnd done, until eight During thnt period thoy ro-malned Inside tho hut Tho day, from eight until four, they spent out of doors, when tho condition of the weather mnde this passible, either nt work or merely tramping up and down for exerclso. At first there wan a good deal of work to do. Tearing down tho sheds which clustered about thn hut, and reducing their frames nnd planking to was nn nrduous task, but he worked nt It until It won done, Jeanne standing sentinel nil tho time. When It was done, they wore prac'What Do Wo Do to Sentinels Wo tically secure against surprise, for Oo to Sleep?" from their windows, with tho nld of a which Cayley had found solving thn mystery of your guardian In tho observatory, they were able to angel. I thought of It when I saw tho sweep tho whole beach absolutely mound up on tbo cllff hcnd that Is clean, In both directions, formed by tho observatory, it can't And nlmost every day while tho ho burled so very deop In tho snw light lasted, with Jeanne, nrmed with becauso tho mound Isn't so very bfg. tho revolver, keeping watch beforo the I'm going up there now to dig It out hut, Cnyley took to his wings nnd enough, nt least, so that I can tnko patrolled tho bench, from tho glacier wing from thero." "You never ran dig out enough Bnow to tho promontory, high up above tho level of tho crest of thn cliff. Ills to get n running start up there," sho flight was always nlong (ho same objected. "I sha'n't havo to. I'll Just dlvn off track. Ho never winged his way Intho cliff." land nor out to sea, "Philip, you aba'n't!" Thero were two reasons for thK "Why not?" He dared not go so far away from "You know what you told mo yourJeanne that a flash and a swoop would not bring him to her sldo. Tho other self. Thnt nono of tho big birds can reason was, that if a superstitious fear take to the nlr without n running wero really start; and about taking pelicans nnd of this great man-birwhat deterred their enemy from at- birds llkn that up Into high buildings tacking them, it was well to let him and throwing them out of windows, believe that immunity from this por- and how they wore always killed." "Thnt'o because they've only got tent could bo secured by keeping Nono away from this particular stretch of Instinct Instead of Intelligence. of their family had ever been thrown beach. out of wlndowH beforo, nnd thny didn't An the shortening days sped by and do. Hut I can get my what began to get themselves reckoned Into know quite alo safely that way as any start grow upon weeks, tho conviction Oh. yes, l'vo dono It. Do you Philip and Jeanno that their securest other Imagine, Joanne thnt I'd tnko nn protection lay In his wings, In the unnecessary riskdear, lon ns my life so terrorizing effect upon their Invisible, is thn only posHlblo protection thero silent enemy of tho innjestlc winged is for youra?" which was so often seen apparition He spent tho rest of tho day soaring In mldsky nbovn tho hut nnd out from the obsormtory. lie the little stretch of beach surrounding Something was protecting them did not dig in tho snow; ho simply It. evidently. Almost nvery week brought packeil It. gradually enlarging thn tho some evidence not only of thn exis- space from a section tho slzo of door to a spaco at thu tence but tho nearness of their enemy pilot house wldn enough for tho full oil ko They never actually caught sight or cliff's of hU wings. sound of him, but some times wbon spread Jeanne was watching on the beach wind blew from the right quarter tho when ho made his first flight from they could mnko out with their a wrack of brownish smoke, this acrln, and. In npltn of her In his powers, sho endured a such ns would bo given off by burning whnlo oil, drifting down from some horrible moment or two. For ho ramn where nlong tho glacier, and mado hurtling down, head first, nt nn nngin vlslblo by tho dazzling whiteness of of CO degrees; nnd ho hnd traversed s of tho dlstanco to tho bench that background. And sometimes they saw track In beforo his lino defleo(od outward and the newly fallen snow, never coming began curving up toward tho horivery near tho hut but trespassing n zontal. When sho saw that ho wns safe, little way, cither down from tho glacier or up from tho headland, upon that hn had really dono the thing ho tho stretch of beach they wero de- had said ho ,could, sho dropped down which wns spread fending, They nover found the tracks upon a of more than a slnglo man, and theso beforo tho hut, nnd shut hnr eyes, for wero always tho same. Ho that they what sho had seon had turned her a camo to believe, although thoy could bit giddy. That feeling passed In n moment. not know, that tbey bad only ono man Sho opened her eyes nnd lay, stretchto deal with. . Thoy sometimes speculated on the ed nt full length, upon tho wntrhlng tilm us ho whnoled and question whether ho wns Koscoo or somo other member of tho Walrus dipped, then lowered nlolt iignln In crew; really, In fact, they found It thnt fading violet Hky, supremely Impossible) to hopo that It was any masterful, maJtHtlcnlty dominant of tho unstable uluniotit he hud conother than be. Thoy got proof of his Identity, or quered. She sat up suddenly, erect, upon what amounted to It along toward tho eyes thn bear skin, with tho realization that Cayley's keen end of October. It wns caught, ono day, from up nloft whero daylight nearly dark. Their hours of wero gutting very scanty bo was soaring, tba glint of somuthlng nnco was gone, nl-on tho beach near tho foot of tho now. Today's allow hot-l- i wna not yet threo In the aftheadland, He circled down In u long ernoon, It swoop, caught it up without ullgutlng Sho looked nloft for Oayloy, but and mounted Into tho air, a trick of not sen tilm. Then, thu next nornnuutlca which mndu Jeanne, ac- could tho whlnu of thn was by uon to see- moment, sho hourd customed as sho rigging, und ho sailed ing him In lllght, catch her breath a air through his down ou a long tdaut and alighted bollttlo. sldo her. When ho descended and alighted Hu got clear of his planes with an besido her a fow moments later, ho unaccountable air of haslu, and held showed her a sheath knlfo, thu huft of out both bands to help her rl.su. which wua a rudi.-lcurved walrus "What do wo do with sontlnols who Tho hand of tho last user of It go to bleep on duly?" hu questioned tusk. upon It, and ltn Imprint hnd had blood with n Inugli, upou tbo surface of tho Ivory wus "I wasn't nsleep," sho said contriteplainly to bo soon. Tba lines in tho ly, "but it wns Just nbout us bad. I palm wero traceablo and, lengthwise, there, wua thinking" Slio paused along tho sldo of tho himdlo, tho then added, "about you. What's thu print of an inmicuso thuuub. sentence of tho court7" "You seo,A 'saUl Cuyloy itulotly, ''ho Alroady ho had his wings fulJsd up was using this kid Bo and was handing them to hor. paled a little ua sho bunded Thu clrl (TO UK CONTINUKU.) snow-crested y d field-glass fluid-glastwo-thirdbear-skinbonr-skin( y twven them and their enemy was amazingly oven. Thoy had tho hut, tho enemy tho stores. They had Captain Floldlng's Journal, tholr enomy tho exporloncn and practical knowledge of tho country, Thoy wero two, with but a single weapon between them. Thslr cnomy, for aught thoy know, might bo ono or n half n dozen; nnd how armed, they did not know. Fortunately, no prophetic vision enabled them to anticipate, on that first evening, the longth of time Hint thnt precarious Ufa nnd death bnlnncn They hnd would maintain Itself. ngrecd, Philip and Jeanne, thnt tho only thing to do im to wnlt and to mnlntnln nn unwinking vigilance Hut both of thorn thought of the duration of this watt In terms of hours, or, nt most, days. Hnd they foreseen tbnt It would strctr.h Itself out Into weeks nnd months, they might well hnve des- tho weapon back to him, but shospos quietly enough: "It's good to know," sho said, a relief." CHAPTER XVIII. 'si-mo- st An Attack. wn Tho fact thnt their enemy stone nnd Hint Im was Koscoo himself was responsible for tho convlrtlon thnt Cnyley'n wings wero nil thnt stood between (hem nnd nn nti.ick. No terror nttrlhutnble to human causes would hnve hold back that solitary and altogether dosporalo out- cast April 4, 1912. WHAT "CROP ROTATION" DOES THE CITIZEN. Ons of Simplest and Most Practical Ways by Which Income of Farm May Da Increased. Page Seven. FARM AND THE SONG RENEWED BEREA ALCOHOL GARDEN uimnu RAISING JU onion-growin- ONIONS FOR MARKET Avoid New Land, Oct Pure Seed and Cultivate Properly System of Rotation lo Best. my n. o. WE.vrnr.uxTONi:.) Now land In not adapted to nnd this crop should nlwnys follow nomo crop thnt tins been under hop, nnd frco from weeds. Onlona bhould follow potatoes, lcnns or corn. mo lanu should Do well plowed In tha nilttimn. disked nnd hnrrnwnl In the spring until It Is ns tine as garden-noil. Always heavily beforo mnntiro oroaKing up mo inna in tho fall. On new land cowpeas arc excellent for unnging tno mini into shape. Onions should lo crown under n system of crnn rnt.it Inn tint Ihn nrr.na used In tho rotation must bo thoso ttioi ?ughly drr.lned, plow In beds, Icav Ing a double furrow between tho beds to carry off surplus water. Tbcso beds mnyfco 75 to 160 feet la width puts the land In Tho lino condition after It has been thor oughly plowed In tho foil. For tlnlrh Ing the roll a tool Is now made, which when drawn over tho ground will nil nnd obliterate all tracks, leaving tho surface smooth and even, and In flno condition for cither seed or trans disc-harro- Pevlce for Smoothing Soil Before seeding. will not oxhnust tho high fcrtll that Ity necessary to onions. Continuous cropping with onions will causa ttio land to becomo diseased and tilled with Insect enemies. Otin of tho most Important thlncs ln'onlon-culturIs to mix the fertilizer with tho roll well. Un Innd that Is not planting. Tho feeding-rootof tho onion run close to tho surface, nnd should not bo disturbed by deep cultivation. After a rnln, break up tho rurfaco of tho noil by means of a steel rake. As soon ns tho plants aro growing well, tho cultivator should bo started nnd kept going. In order to keep tho soil In good condition, nnd to prevent weeds. Is an excellent Tho slnglo wheel-botool for thin purpose. Soma of tho largo growers noar Chicago have adopted a boo stock, consisting ot a s Wheel Hoet Adapted to Worklnn Onions. plow-handle- pair nn Iron of light stock, nnd tho front wheel ot a bir cycle. This Ik patented. Tho may bo used to good advanhand-weede- tage. HANDY MACHINE FOR PLANTS Chopper and Thinner, Newly Patented Implement, Cn Be Used Like an Ordinary Cultivator. , garden, recently patented, IB n, chopper and thinner for work among plants. Ouo ot tno handles ot this Milnncr terminates lit n digger, nnd through, a holo Just nbovo tho digging point passes a blade, which Is attached to a ohlft lover. Tho blado Is arranged A now Implement for uso In tho ably. Experienced onion growers do cot advlio nor follow tho practlco ot planting onions on raw or new land as a first crop. Consider tho clovers. It ottcn means tho difference between failure and. sucGamo Birds. cess. Tho clovers are almost indispenTho bulletin Just Issued by the sable In the farm scheme. PropaAmerican Gumo Protectlvo and Tha sooner manuro Is spread in tha gation association should bo read wide- field, the smaller the loss ot fertility ly. Facts about the dauger ot extincIncurred and tho smaller the amount tion for such familiar sounding crea- of labor required to handle It tures as the snipe and tho passenger The common disk harrow Is more plfceon will make many a man thought- generally used than any other Impleful about protecting them who wouldn't ment to cultivate alfalfa, and when properly adjusted does good work. sow oat from anothtr. blado-carrylu- Chopper and Thinner. to nctuato within tho hole, n spring, extending between tho upper und of tho lover and ono of tho handles, end of tho keeping tho lover adjacent to tho digging point. Tho machlno Is pushed along between tho rows of plunts In tho sumo manner as an ordinary cultivator. Tho rotation of crops Is ono of tha slmptnst nnd most practical ways by which tile Incomo of tho farm may bo By Rev. Parley E. Zartmann, Increased without greatly adding to D. D., Secretary of Extension I tho coat cf operation. Department, Moody Dible Tho rotation of crops Is tho nlterna tlon of tho three general classes of Institute, Chicago farm crops; namely, grnln crops grass crops and cultivated crops, so that n crop from each of tho thrco classco will appear on each field nt Ti:XT And when thn burnt onVrlne least onco during each cycle ot tho beRBn the irnnK ot tho Lord began alio. II Cliron. rotation. Under "grain crops," such crops ns Thla statement wheat, barley, flax ond millet may be occurs In tho classed, In their relation to tho soil midst ot h dra Millet, though grown for hny, bnu matic Incident In practically tho snmo effect on th noil tho history ot tho as n grain crop. These crops dcplctu Children of Israel, tho soil of vegctablo matter, nllow Chapter 2S tells weeds to grow, and havo a tendency Ahnz, of tho to dcplcto thc( productlvo power of tho wicked king who land. who caused tho Under "grass crops" may bo lm.lud worship of Jeed t'mothy, bromus nnd tho clovers, hovah to rcasn In Though tho clovers nro not truo tho teraplo in .To gnoses, they hnvo heavy root sysrn snlom, who tems, and ndd vegctablo matter to tho closed tho doors toll. Tho clovers nlso ndd nitrogen of tho templo, to tho Kill; but their chief vntuo In n and who gavo tho rota'tlon seems to bo duo to the fact sacred vessels ot 111! that their heavy tho boll with vcgotnblo matter, thus mak tho templo ns tribute to foreign klng3 whom ho hoped to appcaso. Chapter 20 Ing It moro hospltnblo to plants. Under cultivated crops may bo tells of Ilczlklah, the good king, who placed corn, potatoes nnd root crops, required tho priests to sanctify them Owing to their cultivation during selves nnd clcanso tho temple, who growth, these.' crops havo n cleaning brought hack tho sacred vessels, and effect on the soli. They nre, however, who restored tho customary routine cxbnuKtlve of roll fertility, because tho of sacrllico nnd servlco within tho constant cultivation encourages tho temple. Chapter 30 describes tho reliberation ot large quantities of plant vival which took placo throughout tho food. Theso crops leave tho coll In rntlro Innd following tho cleansing of good condition for succeeding grain tho templo nnd tho restoration of the sacrifice Tho background Is dark crops. enough a polluted temple, tho serv lco neglected, God forsaken by tho CARE OF TOMATOES PROPER IH'oplo. tho vessels of holiness given away for unholy purposes, and tho Trlmmlno of Vines In song of tho Iord having ceased In tho Will Greatly Increase Yield Ex. courts of tho temple. perlments In Maine. Music was a prominent part In tho Very few amateurs practice trim, templo service, and It U a prominent mlng tomato Tines, but If this is done part of Christian life. No ono has so much right to sing as tho man or In midsummer tho yield ot fruit Is woman who has been redeemed by very greatly Increased. Experiments at tho Maine, expert tho precious blood of Jesus Christ; mcnt how that tho lncreaso duo to no ono can know such joy as tho ono who has a sense of foiulveness. There aro two or thcee very plain and practical lessons which emergo from the reading of tho chapters connected with tho text. 1. God cannot uso an unclean thing. So tho vital question Is, "Is my heart right with God?" God does not ask for golden vessels, God does not ask for silver vessels, but God does ask for clean vessels. Therefore, thoso of us who havo named the name ot Christ may well tako tho place of the Psalmist nnd Bay, "Search roe, O God, and know my heart; try me, and know my thoughts; and sco If thero An Excellent Specimen. bo any wicked way In me, and lead trimming reached from 6 to BO per mo in tho way everlasting." cent., and tho gain by weight was 2. God cannot give power to an un very marked, in ono lustanco reach yielded life. Tho temple In Jerusa 6S per cent. magnificent and costly though It Tho plants wcro grown under or lem, dinary Held cultnro and they wcro was, did not havo the visible in an I testation ot started In tho green homo April 1, was entirely God's prcsenco until It dedicated to him. There planted In tho field Juno 1 and head ed back July SI, August 8 and Sep Is a peculiar senso In which It Is truo; "Ho hath filled tbo hungry with go,od tember G. Bent At each trimming tho leading things, and tbo rich ho hath branches wcro shortened about six ompty away. 3. Power Is to bo claimed only Inches and most ot tho side shoots below tho first clusters wore removed, upon tho conditions of a clean heart tho others being shortened, nnd tho and a yielded life. Perhaps you havo been a Christian sunlight was thus freely ndmlttcd. Training tomatoes on wires to run many years, and yet for a long tlmd from fivo to ten feet high is becom thero hs: been no song in your soul; ing a common practice. This method prayer has been a burden, tbo word Increases tho yield ns tho sunlight of God has had no meaning to you, reaches all ot tho fruit and makes and servlco has been Irksome. Why! It may bo: picking much easier. 1. Neglected prayer. God means prayer to bo tho greatest power in the spiritual world, and although Christians know how to do scores of other things, nnd although churches use numerous agencies for making tho work successful, yet wo havo lost tho Kalllr corn makes good silage. secret of tho church and tho secret Keep tho manuro spreader busy. Why not try a patch ot alialta this of victory in onr Christian lives we do not know how to pray. scaFon? S. Neglect of God's word. Many a Plow tho garden deep when you man can Unci tho first stop In bis plow It. A truo saying: "A good garden is career away from God In his neglect ot tho word of God which Is meant, half tho living." Flax Is a plant that docs well on a not only for his food, but tor his guidance. So many ot us object to varocty of soils. Tho well drained garden has many tho Mule, or neglect it becauso Its teachings go contrary to somo habit things In its fnvor. Millet hay, to give tho best results, which wo cherish, or somo sin which wo commit. must not get too ripe. 3. Lack of forgiveness or apology. A good gnrdener will not bo content If wo aro too stubborn to forglvo peowith raising ono crop a year. Tho careful Btockman gives his ma ple who havo Injured us, or too proud to nsk forgiveness of thoso whom wo nure spreader dnlly cxcrclso. Grasshoppers may bo materially de havo injured, God pity us, for thero creased by winter or early spring disk- can bo no song In tho soul until wo aro right with God and right with our ing. Rhubarb Is ono of tho standard gar fcllowmen. 4. Unconfesscd and unforsaken sin. den crops In tho vicinity of largo This may seem small to tbo sinner, cities. Tho green food problom In winter but sin which is not confessed and Isn't much ot a problom It thero is any forsaken, closes the eyes against tho beauties of heaven, shuts tho ears nlfnlfti bay on tho placo. All tho kernels ot an ear ot corn aro against tho songs ot heaven, and bars approximately ot tho same compost, tho way to tho soul that would enter tlon, but different ears vary consider In. Moro than that, sin drive Joy s IS SOMATIC POISON Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Arc Your Talents? What Are Your Aims? Bcrca Has the Training That is Best For YOU. Insidiously Atacks Highest Functions of Brain and Mind and Over- throws All the Faculties. Garden Farm Notets Fccond week of llfo. Consequently the power of reasoning would bo surrendered while memory remained active. And so with other faculties, which will bo enumerated presently, the highest being tho power of discrimination and of Among the first faculties then which a man lores when ho becomes Intoxihis discated aro his fine crimination and his senso ot shame. Hence he raises his voice and talks Inadvisedly, disagreements of no moment Irritate him. ho becomes volurheble nnd Indulges In toric. In patriotic buncombs, or In shallow sentimentality. In short, alcohol so weakens his Judgment thnt he can no longer distinguish tbo tri vial from the Important. Also he grows restless and walks about gesticulating wildly, for, as his power for deliberative movements Is Impaired, so his ability for cxpresslvo movements which was an earlier ac quirement. Is temporarily Increased As a consequence, besides his gesticulations with arms, Bhoulders and body, he makes grimaces, wng3 his head and laughs and cries by turns easily Next, this faculty and exceedingly. In Its turn weakening, tho lmltatlva faculty appears. Ho now yelps, barks and crows or Imitates ridiculously the speech of thoso about him. Then at last his attention wanes and his movements become mora uncertain until no longer able to coordinate his muscles, he sinks to tho door, wbero ho lies twitching, and then still breath ing stertorously. Thu3 ho returns by the alcohol route to tho helplessness of the babe. The superficial brilliancy of speech sometimes displayed by the intoxicated comes from tho loss of tho higher faculty ot abstract thought and the consequent lncreaso of constructive Imagination, with its still moro Inferior companion, reminiscent imagination. But though tho speech of tho drunkard appear brilliant, adorned as It Is with metaphor and extravagant Imagery, his thoughts lack coherenco and rationality, and his seeming bril liancy soon abates and ends in unintelligible gihberlng. l. l, high-flowAnti-Alcoh- How alcohol destroys a man's faculties In nn exactly Inverse order to that Arc you not far advanced? Then enter tho of their acquirement has been most FOUNDATION SCHOOL, A. Edwards, Superintendent. Here yoir graphically depleted by Dr. A. D. will bo placed with others like Thos. yoursolf, under a special teacher, nnd mako-mos- t Hush, the well known authority on rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic nnd tho common montnl diseases, rays Mr. Elliot Hint branches and ho ready to uso them. You will have singing, drawing, farm In tho Vindicator. and household management, nnd frco Ono year In tho founDoctor Hush declares alcohol to be dation School costs less than $00 and Is worth $1,000. a somatic (body) poison which nets Aro you aiming to bo a teacher? Then Join tho upon tho tissues destructively nnd NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmorc, Dean. Here you will ho so produces moro or less ncuto but well marked psychoses (derangements of trained that you will fenr no examination, nnd you will bo taught how to leach. Tho demand for Berea trained teachers far exceeds the? supply. the nervous system). "Opium," bo rays, "overwhelms tho Are you Interested In earning money? organism producing collapse; strychTHE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. nine exhausts the centers of respira- Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. tion; prusslc acid paralyzes at once, Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. but nlcohol Insidiously attacks the Printing and Business Course, Etc. highest functions of the brain and Hero you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy doing: mind and successively and in inverse order overthrows all tho Intellectual things In a superior manner. Aro you desiring the next best thing to a College Course? Then tako-twfaculties acquired by tho evolutionary years or three years In tho process, reduces man to tho level of tho brute and finally to tho gutter as GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. n mere animate being." or three years, In such practical studies as will fit you for an honor Ouo day of heavy drinking Is, ac- able and useful life. You select your studies from such as these: Physi cording to Doctor Hush, sufllctcnt to ology tho science of health; Civics the science of government: Grammar overthrow tho cumulative work of the art of correct speech and Kthlcs tho rclenco of right, nges nnd to resolve man Into his prim- and wrong; History nccessnry for politics, law and general Intelligence; itive capacity of simple nervous re- Botany necessary for the doctor nnd Interesting to every lady; Physics sponse. the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc. In tho development of the child tbo Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start in tho emotion of shame Is a later acquireDEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny, ment than tho emotion of fear, and Dean. Ilcst training In Mathematics, Languages, Science nnd History. Tho licnco In tho process of devolution or s and Men's Dormitory, nnd n large body regression tho former would bo soon- Academy has Its own rea- ot students of high character and ability, able Instructors, and uso ot Coler lost. Likewise the faculty of son, first manifested by the infant in lege Library and apparatus. the fourth month. Is a higher fr.culty than that ot memory shown In tho Bcrea College text-bookBook-OlndlnTwo-yearletter-writinclass-room- The College lticlf stands apart from nil the other schools under Its management and has long maintained the highest standards known in the South. To conform to the Carnegie standards wo havo diminished our former requirements! Required nnd elective studies with opportunity to concentrate In particular lines. Latest collego library In Kentucky. Laboratories equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. II., n. S.. B. L., nnd B. Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture. Piano, Theory. Band, may be taken for special fees In connection with work In any of tho above schools. Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Students. Bcrea College, with Its ntllllateil schools, is not a money-makinInstitution. It requires certain fees, but. It expends many thousands ot dollars each year for tho benefit of Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students-tearn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation ot the young people. Our students comu from tho best families and nro earnest to do well nnd Improve. For any who may be sick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Berea live In College tmildlngs. anil assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except In winter It Is expected that nil will have a chanco to earn a part of their expenses. Write to tho Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate la the best, hut as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes nre necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and g other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students; live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing ot bedding nnd towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 n week, In tho fall, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of tedding, 40 to CO cents tor oath person. SCHOOL FEES aro two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second nn "Incidental Fee"tohelpon expenses for caro of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services or tcachprs all our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students Is $5.00 n term, $C.OO iu Academy and Normal, nnd $7.00 In Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE. Incidental fee nnd room rent by the term, board by the halt term. Installments are as follows: Vocational and Foundation FALL TERM School. $ COO 5. CO Academy and Normal. $ COO Collego. $ 7.00 Incidental Fee Hoom Board, 7 weeks Amount duo Sept. 13, 1911 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 J29.C0 $ 5.00 COO ; 7.00 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 7.00 9.45. Labor Union. SPRING TERM Incidental Fee ambition nnd Impaired ettlclency la a Room handicap to the worklngmcn at the Board, 5 weeks very points whero bo needs to be Amount duo Murch 27, 1912 strougest it ho is to Improve bis conBoard, 5 weeks, duo May 1, 1912 dition. The Paris correspondent of tho Journal ot tho American Medical Association writes that the scourge of alcoholism to which for a long tiino tho working class of Franco has been very indifferent, has, at Inst, begun to rcnlly and vitally Interest them. There has been recently organized a Feder Workmen which ation of is sending out an appeal to all the syndlcal organizations Inviting them to propaganda. tako part In Tbo federation has already held several meetings and given moving plo- ture lectures in Paris. Llko other continental workmen tho French begin to realize that drink by dulling Anti-Alcohnntl-nlcoh- $23.46 9.4 & $32.90-$32.40- Total for term If paid In advance WINTER TERM Incidental Feo Boom Board, C weeks - $3t,D $ 0.00 $ 9.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 ' 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 $ COO $23.29-9.0- Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 Board C weeks, duo Feb. 14, 1912. .. .. $20.00 9.00. $29.00 $28.50 $ 5.00 " Total for term If paid In advance $32.20 $31.70 $ 7.00 COO 4.00 G.75 5.00 C75 C.75 $18.75 6.75 $15.75 C.75 out ot tho Christian lite. 5. Lack of completo surrender. This Is the real meaning of tho text, for the burnt offering Indicated that everything was given up to God; and it Is only as we make a completo abandonment ot ourselves to God, that he fills us with Joy in believing nnd happiness In Christian service. May It not bo that. tho yean of our Christian Ufo have been unfruitful and Joyless, and void of music, because we bave kept back part of the price which we should have paid to God? Do wo not know that there hao been a lack ot complete surrender, and complete abandonment to hlml The Economy of Prevention. $22.00 $24.00 If paid In advance $25.00 To Bpcnd money luvishly on boa pltals, Insane asylums, jails ami re Now, formatories is well, but better would be a public desire to go behind the pauyoung man or young woman can got an education nt Any per, criminal and diseased In mind and Berea It thero Is tho will to do so. body, seek the causes that mado them It Is a great advantngo to start in tho Full and bave a full year of conthus inefficient units, and to apply the young peoplo wnste tlmo In tho public schools going: prevention, It It is In tbo public power, tinuous study. Many over the same things, when they might be Improving much faster as it has been demonstrated, largely over and to Bcrea and starting In on new studies with some of by coming the best to do. young men and women from other counties and States. Mqke your plans to come March 27th. Dangerous Enemy. Fur Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, Beer Is a far more dangerous en my to Germany than all the aruilei Ot France. Von Moltke. - Total for term $22.60 $24.60 $25.50 Plan Come March 27th able-bodie- D. WALTER MORTON, berea, ky- Page Eiqht. Messier preached Sunday night, In THE CITIZEN. last a. m. Tho Woman's Improvement club will tender a reception to all nt'fln, tho Mothers, Thursday evening from Hugh, April 1, Tho warm weather I to 1, April 11th. Tho themo for for tho past few days has brought discussion will be Spring Gardening. smiles nnd gladness to every one. LEE COUNTY Fnnners are very badly behind with I HAM AT Campbell wag their work. Mr. Frank Idamay, Mar. 2.". Miss Fanny Mays In our midst visiting friends, Sunwas tho guect of Miss llertlc Mays, of day. Kletnon Azblll nnd family Saturday night. Miss Kthel Conglc- Hamilton have returned to Kentucky. ton nnd Oscar Congleton returned tho Writ. Elizabeth Powell gavo home, Saturday, from Ilerca, where young folks of Hatchers Hun and they havo boon going to school for Kerby Knob a social gathering, Sat- quite, n while, .Miss Martha Hughes urday. Mr. and .Mrs. 0. Drew wcro was tho guest of Miss Alllo Cornell, visiting nt Hugh, Sunday. L. o Sunday. Davy ICsfes nnd 'Mat of Dreyfus is building wire nnd Leonard Cornctt were Ida- fenco for V. K. Uenge, this week may visitors, Sunday. Miss Ilebeccn Melvln Azblll and family of HamilIlohd and Clnudo Hamilton worn ton, Ohio, aro visiting their parents. married at tho bride's home, March Ebb Hose was calling on friends 22. 'Miss M. Tlnchcr of Cross Hoods last Sunday. It was a mistake about visited Miss Knto Isaacs of HeidelJonnlo Azblll being seriously Injured berg last Sundny. Miss Mary Cornctt by her horso falling with her. Mr. Is visiting her daughter nt Sturgeon. M. Hongo of Happy Holand Mrs. 0. Luther Isaacs was an Idamay visilow visited tho latter's parents nt tor, Sunday. Miss Alllo Cornctt nnd Hatchers Run, Sunday. It. I. Hnlo 'Miss Mnrtha Hughes attended Sunday visited his mother at Kingston who Hchool nt Cross Hoads, Sundny after-neoIs Borlously ill. John Embrco called at tho Kim-herln- ln Vcn-abln. April 4, 1913. tho chapel Royal BAKING POWDER AksoMmly Purm Used and praised by the most competent and careful pas try cooks the world over The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar made from grapes rERTflX ' Write Now to the homo of Miss Besslo Powell, Sunday. Mat Vcnablo was tho guest of Miss Tor Rales of Fare, Fall Information and Frc Vine, Mar. 29. 'Mrs. May Ponder Is Minna Tlncher, Sunday. Herbert niaitrated Literature abont the seven treat very sick. Henry Anderson and Farley nttended Sunday School at family havo returned from Illinois, Cross Hoadc, Sunday. Ho reported a a spent a few weeks look- nlco tlmo. Miss Hentrlco Ilaker re- with his grandfather, Mr. Clifton Irenmliu wcro laid to rest In Itorlli Dakota. Moataae, teako. where they MlaitMta, WUcmls, aad Orn. C Locate aloai "Tke Scaalc HilWway ing for a sultnblo location. Mrs. Lizturned homo from Collego last la Slaaaard Railway el tb Nertaweel. Get rear Intade Mrs. I,. Hlddlo who has boon ' mond cemetery. 'Mr. and Mrs John Oa- te fa aad lena eeloar. 4 Aak a boat Lew zie Durham had a working, Tuesday, sick for some tlmo Is slowly Improv- - Smith wcro tho guests of their war Sprint Celeaiat rare, eflectire ai!r Marti H.m.i.f kra 11 te April IStk aad Raaad-trilug. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hlddlo of , parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Rogers, Tar, elleclUe a firal aad laird Teeedaye e( eack eieatk. CWrileeewte Kingston were the guests of MIsh last Saturday nnd Sundny. Mr. and Palmier Alfl. Horn llenge, Sunday. J. W. Catlitli .Mrs. J.u, Packard went tho guests of U.J. COSTELLO, DiiMtt 40 ti. 4lh Art Ciwinntli or IxMight a plecu of lnnd from (Jeorgo Oscar Gabbnrd and family last SunAllnl, J. C. EATXHt. Trowliaf Immifttlum An.. CiaiMiJ 40 E. 4th Tho Citizen continues to receive ting your paper. Hill for :I00. Mr. and Mrs. Harden day. Hill Howling who lived In Wal- I don't see why, for tho fault cancomplaints from subscribers that the Coyle, who have been In Ohio for tho Inecton has moved to tho Grlffeth paper docs not corao regularly. In not bo ours. Wo have your subscrip- imst year, havo returned. Mr. F. M. farm. John Wren was tho guest of lcrsonal letters to all from whom tion marked paid until June, 1, 11)12, Jones has lost 10 hogs with cholera Steve Hatcomb nnd family last Thurs comptatnts havo ccme, as well as in and your stencil Is In tho proiwr Several more are sick. Our Sunday day night. tho news and editorial columns, ex- place, tho ink showing that tho pa- school Is progressing nicely. James LAUREL COUNTY planations have been made, and it per Is addressed to you regularly. Denny U superintendent. VIVA Tho troublo must bo with tho malls is gating to bo pretty well known Vla, Mar. 24. John Simpson of ROCKCASTLE COUNTY courso and most likely with your local jkjsI where tho troublo lies. Of Mildred was at this placo last week HOONK nothing could bo more foolish than office You might show tho ixratmnu-to- r Hoone, '.Mar. M. Mrs. Ida Huff on business. Robert D. Jones, Ellas this letter. to suppose that tho management is Simpson, T. A. Newman, Felix Bog-Ic- y Wo have ton subscribers at , who has been quite sick Is Improving, indifferent as to whether a paper no coneipesduce pnblltlied snltil altfitd In loll ly tbt writer. Ice tire and A. Johnston attended tho Those who have mensles aro get reaches tho subscriber or not for tho papers going to tho offlco In a an arldenc o( food Uith. Write plainly. It set (01 pabllcitloa, bat Itatht-onlilblo class convention of the success of The Citizen dopends bundlo which Is tern open by tho ting along nicely. t.eo. Wren pur tho K. of 1'. at Corbln. Ono of Mr. upon whether tho subscribers aro postmaster, l.o distributing them to chased a farm from Mr. Dave Martin Ulatr bought Itolley Hoatty's mules fell dead In recently for (2.500.-- 11. of Mr. and Mrs. P. Hobbs died with pleased. And it ought to go with- various subscribers according to their EGGS a small tract of land from J. H. Urn the harness tact week. Thocausowas scarlet foyer. Mar. 26th, and was burl-e- out question that letters telling of names cn tho upper left hand mar bert for also a small tract from unknown. J. H. Jones and Luther at this place. Tho farmers aro the paper's failure to arrive would be gin of tho front page. Now If ono .1. Wren Slnco eggs aro what you want on for 1176. M. Keller of Rich Howies passed thru hero this week gets n paicr you subscriber lu buy S. C. Drown very busy In this vicinity preparing thankfully received. tho farm, why not and staed over night with F. C. Tho position of the management as must get yourc unless It Is given mond was In Hoone, Friday, on busi Leghorns, which will lay eggs and for their crops. Elmer Click had a Jones. Loo Congleton was at this ness. plenty of them. Eggs CO c. per 15 working last week and got 160 panel to theso failures cannot bo better out to somo ono else at tho offlco place last week on business. 'Mrs. CLIMAX of fence made. Oran and Bessie Click shown than In a letter recently sent there. 40 hens and 3 roosters for sale. Climax, Mar. 24. W. J. Chasteen of Lucy Johnson was tho guest of her I am qulto sure If you show this camo home from Berea where they to a subscriber, and It Is published Simon Muncy, Berea, Ky. Saturday Wednesday. Ho was sister, Mrs. Snlllo Miller, had been In school, last week. Mr. herewith In order that tho blame may to tho postmaster ho can straighten Dlsputanta, died, night. Mrs. Ilrumlt of Corbln Is vispuryou will confer a groat laid to rest, Thursday, In tho John It out, and and Mrs. Silas Powell are mado be properly placed and for tho JACKSON COUNTY etta cemetery. Funeral wrvlces wero iting her daughter, Mrs. Addlo Cenhappy over the arrival of a baby pose of encouraging those, who llko favor upon us by doing so. SAND OAF. conducted by Rev. J. W. Chasteon ters, nt present. Mrs. Leah 8woeny Sand Gap, Mar. 30. Owing to the girl. Thomas Baker and Miss Mary The Citizen, in on effort to secure After doing thU, If you do not get t nnd Wm. Durham. Married, John who tins boon visiting relatives your paper, please drop us a card continuance of bad weather, farmers Abrams wcro quietly married at tho better postal service. Miller and Ida M. Croutcher, last this placo for somo tlmo has return'March, 1, 1912. aro very much behind In their work. home of the bride. Mar. 28th. Mrs. and we shall ask tho Postofflco au'Miss Thursday. Tha quiet wedding took ed to h:r homo In Illinois. Roads aro almost impassable, and Ethel Williams has been 111 for the Dear Frlond: thorities to Investigate tho matter. Grnclo Freeman who has spent tho placo at the homo of tho bride. Very truly yours, We havo a card frcm Mr. Mcllono merchants can hardly get gcods haul- past few weeks. Henry Smith left. Sunday, to par a winter with relatives hero has gono ed. There is a great deal of sickJ. I Faulkner. stating that you havo not been get MeKEK week's visit to his homo folks In to her father's nt Day. Dr. Hayes of ness In this vicinity. McKeo, April 1. Circuit Court is County. There will bo church McKeo mado a professional call here In session here this week. This Is meeting at llrush Creek, tho first MADISON COUNTY last week. J. It. Durham attended J. a two weeks term, but there aro hard and got a nlco day's work done. Saturday In each month. Abney 111(1 HILL. Miss Lottie Davis, Is staying with F. Engle's salb at 'McKee, Tuesday. ly enough cases on docket to make Is still sick. He Is not ImprovP. H. Hceco has bought a 1GO0 gaso- It last that long. R. M. Bradshaw Mrs. Bill McDanlel, who Is sick. April 1. Mr. and Mrs. Big Hill, ing. line grist mill, and has it in opera- has sold his hotel to J. E. Holcomb There will bo preaching at the Silver ,'Slicmian Collins aro tho promt s .i,. llIHrilTANTA BY UfOL' tion here. Corn Is very scarce. It for the consideration of $2,500. Holfltlde lint' tmf-tn m J. Anrtl rnn.ll.Mp.l l.v thn llev I). S. I Dlsputanta, Mar. 23. Died, on tho sells for a dollar per bushel. Tine comb took possession last Thursday. Gap Tho entertainment at Narrow 18th. Undo Will Chasteen. Ho was Smith. G. W. Browning had a workWilliams and Green Johnson havo The surveyors who have been sur ing, Wednesday, with twelve work- Jast Saturday night was very good. one of our best citizens nnd wns lik Just completed a new store house. veying tho Thomas land have been All report a nlco time. Mrs. J. W. ed by every body. Ho was also a mem Our llttlo vlllago Is rapidly growing. called In, and have quit their work. ers. Ho got a flno day's work done. THE MERRIAM WEBSTER Haley who has been In bed with Mrs. Fred Ponder of Malcom spent ber of tho Ilaptlst church. Tho beWo now havo four stores, two blackTho Only S'ew unabridged dicIs much better. Mr. and reaved family hnvo tho sympathy of . lagrlppe Messrs. Harmon, Forsyth, and Lane a lew days witn ncr motner, Mrs, smith shops, one grist mill, a tionary in many yorrs. Mrs. J. U. Richardson, W. 'M. Haley tho who havo been here for some time Sarah Wilson, who is neighborhood. very ill Albert Hart still entlra Contains tho pith nnd essence ono church and another ono left, Monday. S. B. Fulton has gone 'and wiro visiieu air. rnuip iiayrs, Is ablo to be out again. Alice Mildinner of on authoritntivo library. bolng built, besides quite a number to Louisville for a few days.J. F. Dill Daker of McKee, took Sunday evening. Oscar Hayes was days. Dr. Covory ovcry Held of kaowl. of nice dwellings. Mrs. J. It. Dur- Engle has been having a clearing sale with his aunt, Liza Ferguson, last In this vicinity, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ler has been sick for several edgo. An Encyclopedia in t, Ixiwls of Wlldlo Is her physician. Friday. Miss Lottie Maupln of this ham who has been sick for so long is for several arrejolco over tho days. Harry Rose of placo siuglo book. Hob McQueen la moving his saw mill is staying with Mrs. J as. Wil- E. E. Hrockman boy. Mr. slowly recovering. Mrs. David Dur- Georgia Is In chargo of tho sale. T. J. Tho Only Dictionary 7:.'a the son at Wclchburg Julia and Gilbert rival of a baby this week. lien Shearer of Madison ham is also out again. Last Satur-urda- y R. M. Bradshaw has moved Into AVw Divided Piific. has been on the sick list for County wns out to bco his brother night, and Sunday were tho regular tho Little property. L. T. Wedlock Ferguson spent Thursday 400,000 Words. a fow days. Mr. J. W. Haley and K. who Is sick thin week. Very little 2700 ra,-;oi- . with th;lr brother, Green Ferguson church mooting times here. Services was visiting at his home In Annvlllo 0000 Illustrations. Cost noarly E. Hrockman havo been trading some. half a million dollars. were conducted by our Moderator, last Saturday and Sunday. Dan Gab- - of Big Soxtcn. Henry Campbell of Mr. Haley traded his land on Silver farm wcrk Is being dono In this owing to tho bad Lot us toll you about this most G. V. Clemmons, assistant Moderator, bard was visiting at this place last Owsley County, visited friends of Creek to E. E. Hrockman's land hero. neighborhood weather. Tho new telephano lino romarknblo singlo volumo. Wm. It. Lako and Rev. John Jones. Saturday and Sunday. Miss Hockje, this place last Saturday and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Tlrls Abney called on Oscar ChasWrite forsamcls a Rev. Wm. R. Lako gavo the church tho principal of McKeo Academy, was Chas. Ward of Conway visited friends relatives here, Saturday, a week has been completed. page. lull sur- - I teen was married to Eva Clark, tho a flno scriptural lecture. It was a sick last Wednesday, and tho stu- here from Friday until Monday. ago. Jesso Necly Is putting up a ticuUn, eta. jl frank and impartial lecture and seem- dents of her room had a holiday. J. Walter Goforth of Hcattyvlllo visited new fenco. The pike Is drying out 23rd. Rav. J. W. Lambert was tho Ntxno this ed to bo enjoyed by most every ono S. Reynolds bought a mulo from H. friends and relatives In Jackson and and tho people aro beginning to travel officiating minister. paper and Clay Counties, last week. John H. present. Wo hope to have Rov. Lake COUNTY GARRARD we will more. Nantz last week. Next Saturday Downey spent Saturday and Sunday rAIMT UCK. end re with us often. C. S. Durham was mass convention will bo held in PKnTVUs a set of Edgar Downey, of Paint Lick, Mar. 21. Mr. Ernest surveying land at Kerby Knob tho McKee, to choose delegates to at- with his cousin, Pocket Radors Crock. John L. and Levi Dreyfus, Mar. 21. Tho Rev. J. P. Dalton and "XIlss Eliza Weaver were first of this week. Mrs. C. S. Dur- tend the conventions at Corbln and Usps Pennington mado a business trip to Dlcknell of Uerea preached at the married In Richmond last Wednesday. ham accompanied by her mother, Louisville, where delegates will bo I 'Moorcs Crock last Saturday. Christian church, Saturday night and Mrs. Mack Mulllns who has been ill Brockman, visited Mr. and chosen to vote In the presidential IIUIIMNO Hl'lilNfiS (Sunday. Gcorgo Hill of Illoomlng- - so long, caused by sticking a nail In Mrs. J. R. Durham, Saturday night race. The Loyal Sons Sunday School Durnlng Springs, 'Mar. SO. H. M. ton, 111., Is hero on business this her foot, dl?d last Wednesday night KEUDY KNOII class gave a social In tho chapel Anderson and family who moved to week. Walter Ilcngo of Lebanon, at her home. Funeral services were CftCMtntiaC. Korby Knob, Mar. 31. A llttlo son last Saturday night. Rev. I. T. Springfield, Illinois recently relumed very much Ohio, visited a few days last week conducted by Rov. Hryant and tho discouraged with tho trip. One of their twin boys which was very sick Why Pay Flva Tinws Mart for Is recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rett than You naad to? Tankerslcy will soon leavo to resldo In Hamilton, O. Mrs. II. M. Horns-b- y Is spending a few days at her old homo on Laurel Creek. Dr. W. Roofs. I). Hornsby and wife aro visiting friends in 'McKee. Misses Lily DakNearly Twenty Years' Test Proves it. Made-to-We- ar er and Mary Clarkston who have been attending Derea Collego reIf you expect to do uy painting, yoa are inter etted you should be in the turned very much pleased with tho work which they did there. The lat- quality of the paint to be wed. C, Has no Equal for .1 rnt. n'na ....nil I .. ,kA X'.. La any given job of painting, labor repreienU practically material water light seams. Farm, Factory and partmcnt and will teach this year. the coL one-lluYour Dealer can If uiiu i'lrn. juuii .uuwaru 01 It atanda to reaaon that with to much expenae in labor, the nduriag quality .ii, .1 w Residence buildirel Creek announce the birth of their furnish of the paint U all important ngs. Why have the painting done unlesa the protectioo and durability of the job son. Its name Is Thos. Lincoln. and Proofs. Mr. Jcsso Maggard who has spent is aought? C. Kant Leak Kleets a few years In tho west returned How it one to determine the true value and obtain paint dial maybe depended C. If not, ash Us. insure absolutely and says there Is no placo like old upon for durability ? HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT NOT A SECRET. Kentucky for comfort, Joy and happiThis paiat ha ness. James Little, a carpenter of formula on every package. the Ikrea, returned to finish work on The makeri have confidence and take pride in the quality and tell the public buildings which Ell Daker bad left the cccapoMBoa of the pakt. undone. Our Improvement Society la The Diem & Wing Paper Company, IS THIS OF ANY VALUE TO YOU? IT OUGHT TO BE. o theso days repairing roa auua av PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE fences, walks, etc. The Union 8. 8. . OHIO CINCINNATI, lot this place Invite all to tho special Kaster exercises next Sunday at 9 VINK CLAY COUNTY Prosperity States of America Weak-laila- Rich-Ik'tig- i'. Where The Trouble Lies East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else d Ie Hal-llng- or k.. .h,i 1D INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY NEW post-offic- e, -- Xhi,I FLINTOID ROOFING Outlasts FIVE Ordinary Hanna's Green Seal 'The rd Paint" two-lhkd, 1 C T I Samples prated II ROOFING DEPARTMENT wldo-awak- J. D. CLARKSTON, Berea, Ky. v